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The Jewish Floridian ( December 20, 1946 )

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fewkbJElDipidliiaun ('nmGtmwATHE JEWISH UNITY F ami THE JEWISH WEEKLY gjME 19 NUMBER 51 MIAMI_18, FL'ORIDA, FRIDAY. DKEMBRR an UM6 HO IS SET FOR No Decision Reached PRICE: TEN CENTS L T j c and religious leaders will Lticipate in the ground dedrca" n ce remon> of the new home ,i. Miami Beach Jewish he new I ..ti..n. 17th st. and fchington ave., Miami Beach, 13 p.m. Sunday. f g| at the dedication temony will include CongrcssL, : ,:. Smathers, Mayor fcerbcrt Frink of Miami Beach, \ 1! Kaplan, president {the Gre t< Miami Rabbinical \ Rev. R. Wiley Scott, Miami Beach ComLmit} ch; John Montgomery, editor and publisher; Sam Wedland, president of the Cen: living Lehrman, kritual leader of the congrega. h now maintains facilifes at Euclid ave. and 14th st. [The proposed Center building i bo erecti I on the site which Blends from Washington ave. i James av< on the north side 17th st, will constitute the %  rgest Jew ish place for worship I the S uth, according to present I • iral plans. Accommodatcns for 1.600 persons will be tovided for in the main synajugue thciprl. Plans also call for i separate building which will bclu'V a I..:.auditorium and ffal hall with facilities for 1,000 fen ary, youth activities >oms and • neral congregational Bices i ; in for 21 religious wool da rooms, a kinderferten and nursery rooms have i been m de. The ceremony will mark the punching of a campaign for additional funds in the amount |of S250.0flO to complete the fctructure, the erection of which pillcomrr.snce as soon as buildling restrictions are removed or |9ernment permission is obiained. N 'at Hank it. Miami and Miami ach hotel %  perator, has acceptI the general chairmanship of ie $250,000 drive to complete • buildings. Aiding Mr. Han. are the following sub-comee chairmen: Alfred vllx Silkin finance; Samuel nedbn! special gifts; Herman j '"'. tuUri-ttSWlllinn, F„..„.. real tourists; William Feuer, late; Jack D. Burris, genJoseph M. Rose, last groups cities have I solicitation jels; Harry Levine^ apartment : George J. Talianoff, pub'ons, and Samuel Sloan, ^Paign director. •./ %  / R anko£f announced that •nnanc-nt seats pthased bv —o n Partition, London Conference by Zionists Wo5f L 7i f !SViTr SS10 i ned appeds ,he inexact science of ,rial an d error. While woria Zionist Congress to suonort the nnrinn tition policy of the executive and to vote in ex P erimen,s mi 9 hl turn out !" "<311 one favor of participation in the London confersucceeds makes U P for a of them. ence on Palestine were made this week bp ^ e warne d the delegates that if they beDr. Chaim Weizmann, David Ben Gurion heved that Britain and the United States would fight over the issue of Zionism, they and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, winding up the sixday political debate. Dr. Silver, who preceded them, called for a boycott of the London parley and urged the Congress to disown "the disastrous diplomacy" of the executive. He also called for continuous Jewish immigration to Palestine "regardless of the cost." He reiterated his support of the Jewish Agency's partition plan, slating that while many mistakes may have been made, the Agency's letter to the Colonial Secretary proposing partition was not one of them. Declaring that he did not know whether sending the letter had ben tactically correct, he said: "I am not a tactician. I will leave that to the qenerals." He disclosed that as far back as the closing months of the Churchill regime, a special ministerial committee was working on a partition scheme. Although it was important to the Jews that they not be a minority in Palestine, it was also important to the Arabs, and "that drives us to partition," he continued. "I wish I had the power of the prophets to show the Jewish people the way to obtain freedom and independence," he said, but politics is an were badly mistaken. Replying to those whose have been urging a reorientation ol the Zionist movement towards other countries besides England, the aged Zionist leader said: 'I have not seen any other government rushing to build up the Jewish state." The greatest obstacle to creation of a Jewish state is continued terrorism, he stated. "The Agency may be unable to control terror, but terror may soon control the Agency," if it is not curbed. Branding terrorism a "deadly cancer," he told the Congress that it must not allow it to grow or "it will destroy all we have created." To a delegate who shouted "demagogue," Weizmann interrupted to reply that "every house in Nahalal and Tel Aviv has a drop of my blood in it." His answer touched off a demonstration by almost the entire audience, which rose and applauded. Only the Revisionist delegates remained seated. "Just as Winston Churchill promised 'blood, sweat and tears' to the British people, so I can promise the Jews hardships for many generations," Dr. Weizmann declared. He (Continued on Page 4) TWO POLES TO DIE FOR KILLING JEWS Federation Directors to Set 1947 Goal Next Thursday WARSAW. (JTA>—A mil tribunal in 1. sentenced two Poles to death for killing three Jews in Piotrkow-Trybunal£ ozenni Chajes Slated ski. The names of the murdered c..J. Jews were given a i, • t Male, For Concert Sunday Sara Uszercwicz and Rachael Rolnik. A number of other Poles involved in the murders were uerite Kozenn and Julius Chajes, dramatic soprano and composer-pianist, will present a tenced to from four to ten yea:, m „f Hebraic and general i r t favorites when they ap, • under the auspices of the What funds local Jewry will be asked to raise in 1947 for the beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be determined at an open session of Federation's board of directors Thursday evening at the Beach campaign headquarters, 1660 Michigan ave. The board will review the recimprisonment. Two Jews removed from trains pe the auspicesi ol "**| on ^endationsi for allocations to between Biala-Podlaska andlGreatei Miami Jew ltural I ,.,„.,, „ a ,;„ n; ,i nn d overseas aeenE UP TO $622,872 The $622,872 mark in the Mt. Sinai hospital campaign for $2,500,000 was reached yesterday when Miami special gift workers reported pledges amounting to $70,000. Meeting with J. Gerald Lewis, chairman, the special gifts' division workers held their first report luncheon at Topp's restaurant. A third $50,000 gift was announced by Sam Blank, initial gifts chairman, but names of these top donors were not revealed. Today, initial gifts workers, who have accepted a quota of $1,500,000, will convene at the Only Inn. A special brunch will be held at 10:15 a.m. Sunday at the White House hotel. Launched Sunday, the drive will continue full speed with daily luncheons throughout next week. Mledzyrzec were freed by th kidnappers after being Ci in the woods for 10 day. They Stone, construction; reported that they were released 1 when they produced "aryan" identity documents. At present, there are no Jews left in BialaPodlaska n<>r Miedzyrzec. The of JeWS fioni these been transferred to Silesia. committee at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Senior High school. Mr, and Mrs. in real life, the artists recently concluded a two months' European tour during which they played before thouls in displaced persons camps. They have also appeared in Tel (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) or pews may be contributors at S750.00 and $500.00 hej TOianent dual ibut -...* ......,,,„i per 1 • seats will remain the -.it property of the indi< transferable. ConKvTSei? S25 r *fmar.ent more will names listed on a Plaeque which will be m the building. Those gating between $100 and |have their names enKi''V'. G olden Book to be E;' n m ;' in W Premises. In %  ties in n us rooms and facili%  purrh-. ',' ew stl 'ucture may be |C S 7V' nd dedicated in the 1 departed persons. ICENTER Gr ON THE AIR ir,^!io„ iduct%  "--"" ceremonies J*i,i, J? by ,he Miami Beach tut .cn,er "ill 3 v Station 1 Pm. Sunday. b* broadWKAT at Leaders in the Miami %  — ^H*flS -and" additional S250.000 YTn^o V^new structure. Pictured Washington ave. study Plans for^Ui-n ^^ rf are (seated) Rabbi Irving Lehnn.n. P Center and congregation; Samuel [Jf^TEdS* (Standing) SamNat HankofJ. ^ neral ; h p a r 7 r a o n f he Center, and Harry Sirkm. ue! Sloan, executive director of the b treasurer of the Center. local, national and overseas agencies made by the budget committee which has been meeting under the chairmanship of Herb Scher since September. Federation officials have refused to release the recommended figures to The Jewish Floridian. Principle work pi the board will be to set the local grant to the United Jewish Appeal, which received $517,000 from Greater Miami last year for its rescue, relief and rehabilitation work in Europe and Palestine. With a national goal of $170.000.000 for 1947, UJA will probably seek over one million dollars from Greater Miami. Here to present the case for UJA arc Henry Montor. executive vice president of UJA; Sholem Sontup, associate field director, and Leon Retter, secretary of the Central Committee of Liberated Germans. The trio was heard by the joint session of the budget and executive committees of Federation last night and feted at a luncheon at the White House hotel yesterday. Approximately 80 organizations besides UJA will be considered in the determination of the Federation goal. In the 1946 campaign, a quota of $785,000 was set. Final figures of the drive totalled more than $830,000. Beach Zionist Drive Spurred By Rallies Miami Beach Zionist district is averaging 60 new members at each rally it holds in its monthlong campaign to enroll 3,000 new members, according to Jack D. Burris, president of the district. Miami Beach Senior High school, Beth Jacob and the Miami Beach Jewish Center were the scenes of rallies within the past two weeks. Temple Beth Sholom and the Jewish War Veterans are slated to hear the Zionist message in the near future, Burris said. Members of the district's speakers' bureau are addressing various parlor meetings at private homes throughout the drive. Dr. David S. Andron is chairman of the drive which has reached as far as Ft. Lauderdale. Twenty-four new members were enrolled by Burris following his speech at Temple Emanu-El last Friday evening. Weekly report luncheons are held Wednesdays at the National hotel. A pledge to obtain 150 new members by the end of the month was made by Louis Miller at this week's luncheon. 1,250 Refugees Return To Haifa From Cyprus HAIFA, (JTA) —Twelve hun|dred and fifty Jewish refugees from Cyprus arrived here this week. Another 500 are due soon. Seven hundred and twenty of the arrivals were transferred to a Jewish Agency camp at Kiryat Schmuel, near Chedera, to await release under the Dec.-Jan. immigration schedule. The others, together with the 500 due on Tuesday, will be held at the Athlit clearance camp until they are eligible to be released under subsequent monthly quotas. Seven-hundred and thirty-two shipwrecked Jews were removed [from the island of Sirini by a British destroyer and transported to Cyprus this week. Sixteen wounded and sick persons were sent to a hospital in Rhodes. NOTICE! For the next two issues of The Jewish Floridian, articles and pictures must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Mondays due to the short work week. Following New Year's week. The Floridian will revert to its 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline. I a • %  i i .; j 4 i %  %  <•>• 3&£2 JSttBBttiHWUWMH



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PAGE TWO *Jeistncridlan Pertonally, Speaking MISS SILVERMAN Mr. Singer and Bride To Honeymoon Here RICK HOME TO BE SCENE OF WEDDING MissH • Silverman. daughThe home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben,,...,. nd Mrs. Jacob Silverjamin Rick, 503 S. \V. lit:, st., tie, Pa., will exwill be the scene f I • '• %  '••with Law(lf tne j r daughter, Ada. to Oscar E S '. i r, of Miami. in a • to be performed Sun• thi Sav y Plaza N. w York city. in N< %  '.' York f"i the 1 Mr Singer's par, : • and Mrs. Wm D Singer, S W 12th ndi nts, Mr. and Mi s. Harry David Rappaport, son of Mrs Max Rappaport, (112 S. W. Thud st at 2 p.m. Sunday. The bi ide will be attended by her sister. Annetta. Rabl is Murray Grain-:and Max Shapiro will officiate. Miss Rick attended schools in MISS STONE Stones to Announce Daughter's Betrothal Formal announcement of the betrothal of Miss Adele Stone and George Bernstein will be de by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone, of 1884 S. W. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett will entertain their friends at a house warming from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday in their new home, 1326 15th st. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson ave., are planning a reception Dec 29 for Mr. and Mrs. Winton L. Moeller and daughter. Janet, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who are houseguests of the Silvers for the holidays. The party, which will begin at 3 p.m., will be a reunion of the friends of Camp Osceola, Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. Moeller is principal of Hartwell High school in Cincinnati and has been associated with Camp Osceola for 12 years Mrs. Louis Zeientz will leave tomorrow to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Srole, in Silver Spring, Md. The real attraction is her new grandson, Allen William Srole, who was born Nov. 25. Leaving for New York tomorrow will be Miss Charlotte Blumberg who will attend the wedding of a cousin at the Savoy Plaza during her two-week vacation. Charlotte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, are giving her the trip as a present because she was one of the ten Miami Senior High school students whose essays were submitted by the school In the finals of the Herald's Goldl i rid Mr. i nd Mrs Singer; his t the Misses v; w Jersey and is a graduate of : Singer, and Miami Senior High school. She is Tenth st., at a dinner for the imscholarship contest. Charlotte's essay came in handy in another way, for with it she reSenior ceived a grade of 102 in sociology. She had earned 99 from her class work and go Jc the extra points for her essay mediate families Sunday evening at the Versailles hotel. A graduate of Miami Hiflh school, Miss Stone is a junior at the University of Mi-, fr m her class work a "d got ami, majoring in journalism. B fore enrolling at the local camMiss Judith Weiss, actress Machtei, v 01 Mr. M Singer are plannin. ption for their ighterin-law at the R mi y Plaza hotel, Miami 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday. 1 Afti tl h nej moon here. a member of t":.e F.manon club of the Miami Y. At the present time. she is bookkeeper for her father's building business. Mr. Rappaport is a law student a! ',:.' University of Florida. !!' %  received his bachelor of arts daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu a ** M : ~„ \Af^;__ iccn o in n,_ wich, Conn, will — r < ^'end fc>-| 'heir niece, Mi ss SrS i\ man, Tuesday etLjj* Pie Beth Sholor^?"> Mr. and Mrs MJ ?f* MM Alton SlSSiS be married to DavidSH Mr, Newman', gg^S ter-in-law, Mr anri M -Neu m an, a r, h S S 4 Manan and Hd£| -Il8< • ters Nyack, N. Y., are entertained a group 0 f Q at a supper pa rty SaturdayT mng at h er parent Sen C island home ... m Miss Ester Argintcrr, dauqj of the Oscar Arqin.ars, arS homei from Florida State CoU for Women Wednesday ? companied by Ml ss JJ Vitskey, she will leave Wed n day for Montreal to attend the national convention of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Miss H gintar is president of the FSCW chapter of the soronty, and Miss Vitskey, daughter of Ma Rose Vitskey of Miami Beadkl is the chapter delegate. Both girls will return to Miami oi New Year's day ... I Mrs. Ethel Growman, 1627 RJ W. First st„ returned Monday! from New York where she had I been visiting since July ...Mis I Naomi Machtei, who flew New York today, will get hal first glimpse of snow within thai next week or so. Scheduled lol be graduated from Miami Sen-I ior High school in January, Na-I omi received the trip from hal parents. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M.I as a combination! pus. she attended Louisiana State; !" ^""£ !" mr. ana Mrs. LUgraduation and Chanukch university for two years. While 9 ene vyeiss, IboU b. W. 21st preS ent. Before flying home ml student at LSU she was pros.-, s t "ome on an extended j an 6 Naomi will attend Ael %  S !\ e h as been working reU nion of Camp Lakoda visit relatives in New Ton a dent the young couple will go to Philalegree ; n 1943 A columnist for .. hi re Mr Singer 1a \v School of Final Foil ing his gradua. tin y will reside in Miss S:l\ %  nded high .1 in Ni A ( tie and busi1 liege in Pittsburgh. A graduate of Miami Senior Hic.h school, Mr, Sini 1 ently %  Army with the rank of lii ut( nant after serving twi n the Philippines with the ordnance department. the university newspaper, he is a er of the John Mars:.all Bar iation and the university chapter 1 f the An 1 1 it an Vetei ans committee. He si rv d in the armed forces for t: ree and one-half • 1 ..: I. visit. of sororities and a member of with the Yiddish Art theatre and I Alpha Epsilon Phi and Lambda, the People's Radio Foundation honorary intersorority organizain New York. Her sister, Rita, tion. j is the new "Miss University of Sonof Mrs. Sivie Bernstein, 12111 Miami," having been selected Meridian ave.. Mr. Bernstein is from a group of 22 candidates an alumnus of Miami high. Saturday night at the Tau Epsifrom the i r2 Graduated cum laude from the University of Miami, he was named to Iron Arrow honorary society, the national collegiate Wh I'S Who and Junior Hosts honorary. During his college career he -eived as a student senator. After three and one-half years in the Navy, Mr. Bernstein was released last March with the rank of lieutenant (JK>. He saw action in the Atlantic and Mediterranean theatres No definite plans have been made for their wedding. She plans to enter Florida State I College for Women neit *| mester. Mrs. Joseph Weiss, 2440 Flamingo dr., celebrated her W birthday Wednesday evening.! She has two sons and a daug>| ter living up North and a daugb-l ter and son. Rose and Abe, Iff\ fraternity Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shering at the Beach man and Abe Sherman of Nor(CONTINUED ON PAGES POSITION WANTED as housekeeper for adults or family with teen-age children. Excellent cook. Best of references. Will sleep in. CALL MORNINGS 581992 Set Delicately fragrant sachet satin balls by Orloff, combined with Textron's guilt ed rayon covered coa' hangers what a nice gift idea for someone who has lovely clothes! MIAMI STORK, RIBBONS AND TRIMMINU8, BECQND FLOOR Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 For The Best Hand Made Chocolates Created By The House of QIRARD CANDIED FRUITS FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE PARCEL POST FROM COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power A Light Co. An ('veiling of musical delight' THE JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE PRESENTS MARGUERITE JULIUS K0ZENN &CKAJES SOPRANO PIANIST IN A PROGRAM OF JEWISH AND CLASSICAL MUSIC Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Tickets May Be Secured al the Miami YM Y The Miami Beach YM WHA. and the Bureau Jewuh Education. Admiwion: $1.80. including



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,p A Y, DEC EMBER 20, 1946 mem orial Fund Gives edical Care for Aged jvjn g tribute to Sidney Ap: % % % %  college student ^"suddenly last January, 20-year-old anncum ,,l at the first anniersarj lum %  henn of the Miami ., Won;, ns Auxiliary to the G, Home for tte Aftd TottL at the Wofford hotel. a j, w m In a memorial fund to lovjde medical care tor resident thc Home for the Aged, acrfding to Mis Benjamin Sherry, "csident of the auxiliary, who fajnated the idea. Hospitalizaion jost of ambulances, x-rays id care by specialists will be eluded. We are determined that the ie dical staffs of Greater Miami II realize that we don't want Lircharitj for our old people," L said. "The Sidney Appel Ld will make the best medical [re available to them." |0vc: $51 was spontaneously | Uscribcd by guests at the lunch'• L n Am the contributors fe:u Miss Civie Appel, Sidney's isliT. and the Miami Women's Lttiliary to the Home. YounR Appel was the son of p. and Mrs Benjamin Appel of Fiami Beach who have endowed lie medical room at the Home a memorial library at the lau Epsil-'ii Phi house at Chapel |ill. N. C. in honor of his memThe Sidney Appel Memor[' hind whii li supports a numi luuities has been Bed I y ;i branch of the :..n New York. iMrs. Appel is a vice president [the Beach auxiliary. ISSB TO DETERMINE REFUGEE AID FUTURE oi F the U [2f?iJl istrativestructu "' ,! P.m. Mor ; with Mrs. Benjamin %  the board will decide ( ,h "' MSB will continue t STt lhe P^ram as p:il •i bure Uor help supervise 'indent organization to handle the refugee problem. Of the refugee pro_ b >; the Greater Miami Jew. Ration or Community :|1 •'! %  i be debated. ndations for the bureaus policy toward noi aents will be presented by Mrs Eppstein, chairman of the mmittee. Herbs.!, %  t on activities of the finance tte< Of Which : man, PAGE THREE DISCUSS HOSPITAL PLANS I '""mnt RABBI HELLER LAUDS BETH DAVID DRIVE S? snnnnn i G Mt SmQi h Spi,al buildin< ? fund campaign for S2.S00 000 look at tentative hospital plans at a "brunch" in the Shelborne hotel. Miami Beach, at the launching of the drive Sunday. From left to right, they are Sam Blank, chairmar o the initial gifts division; Jack Abbott, Baron de Hirsch Meyer chairman of the general campaign and Mt. Sinai hospital president: Jack Burris and Jacob Sher. chairman of the race track division. Abbott and Burris were "brunch" chairmen. Ihapiro to Broadcast Zionism for the Veteran" [professor of composition at lent for Beth David's Wilding drive was received this week m a letter from Rabbi James of Cincinnati, who spoke linner here several weeks tion raise 5525.000. i Heller wrote: "] am greatly interested in the success ;' the app al and I .. i of its further progress. I had the impression at the dinner that you had made a fine beginu no more than that and that thi re is a Ions; and arduous Director of music at the Detroit £g- £ g Jewish Community Cent, and ,,,., taciliti s J j sha „ ^g e with greatest interest the progress APPEAR SUNDAY ^Continued in,)1) foi the Veteran" will I discussed by Harold Shapiro, l-Navyman, i n the "Inside Palm ist at 7:45 p.m. Iinday over Station WKAT. Institute of Musical Art affiliated rf'^rlS^*^ ££." with the University ol Detroit. Specia and ^ Chajes made his American debut p,.,. t not in New York's Town Hall in 1938. contacted heretofon were entertained at a dinner ttSs^xSJPS!? !" ><>• Jacob she,^ „i gh t. in 1940 with tl N York Plnlill also describe the harmonic orchestra and the Sen pganah and give the latest news BUt Palestine. i broad as) is a weekly event knsored by the Miami Beach IThe name of Maccabeus, hero I inukah story, has been pserved in the name of many F roups, notably the >ccabi movement, but the origJudah Maccabeus and his pliers fought against the Heli'stic spirit of athletics. Cantorum. Her eludes 26 operas. Their program will be: repertoire inSunday night I. : iffissin •• • AD I OtN 11 AT THREE THEATRES Daring adventure and head-sirong romance ta Alexandre Duma's swift moving story! LOUIS HAYWARD BARBARA BRITTON "The Return of Monte Cristo" Y's TO HOLD RALLY FOR YOUNG ADULTS Formation of a youth institute by the Miami and Beach Y's will li ; taken at an all-day rally for young people next Thursday. acci rding to Dan Ros tivities director of the Miami Y. Prayer from '"I.. (Ilt-I.l i w i 1' : Gypsy Song (Csi rhi Pi I% %  : Si Ra MISS KOZKNN Bcheraa Oj>. event will be held at the|Levin, Polonaise SISTERHOOD RENEWS HOMECOMING EVENT First postwar edition of t h e ming party traditionally I for young adults by the Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Temple, 137 N.E. 19th st. The dance and buffet supper will honor University of Miami students, students of other collegi returning to Miami for the holidayas well as young men and women recently discharged from military service and their friends. Included also will be those who are not students but in that age group. Invitations have already been posted on U. of M. bulletin boards been extended to frau rnities and sororities as well as independents on the campus. Also n ceiving invitations will be Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the University, and Mrs A e; Rabbi and Mrs. Albert Michels of the Hillel foundation; Fi St< r E. Alter, dean of men; Miss Mary B. Merritt, dean of women, and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Celman A. Zwitman of the Temple. The working committee to date consists of the Mesdames Isaac chairman, Louis Zeientz, i >|. '.: MR CHAJES III (> Lord Return 11'mini \ l > II. inn. h Lonellnesn i-'/< • Shabben Nooh Minrhe A IV. Hinder Ml>.k' iZKNN IV Palestinian Melmll.-s I Palestinian l "am Jul MR rHAJES V Legend Hrbi rt Fi c I-.-I i I %  Sons %  !' n be pn sen-tea. Where the TiuiiRows an Chajci A dinner in the evening will be Adarlm iPaleslinlnn Shepherd gdng) ...... followed by dancing. Miss KOZENN All young people between the of 18 and 26 are invited to Jewish youth groups beY and will begin with a eon at 12:30 p.m. N\edof young adults in the Greater Miami Jewish conimuunity and steps to be taken to meel them will be d A Louis Boyell, tl all game at 4 p.m. between teams from the two Y's will be one of the many attractions to Colman Zwitman, Harry Boyell, Harry Kevins. Ouida Rubin, J. D. Holly, Samuel Simonhoff, Gordon Davis, Elry Stone, Adolph Wer. er, Maurice Serotta and Wanted woman to cook KOSHER meals for two adults in return for room and board. References. 831 N. W. 3rd Street, Apt. t ittend. ages have been reted to send a minimum of ive delegates. There will be I • ation fie. 3A ^fej Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Battled woman wanted as ccok part-time to prepare one meal (dinner) tor one man. No Mousework or washing. One who knows how to prepa.e Jewish American meal. Hours 1 to 5.30 P.M. Address F. E. S.. care of 7 ewl5h Fiondian. P. O. Box 2973. Lindy Pessin Receives Inter-Faith Scholarship Miss Lindy Pessin, a junior at the University of Miami, was presented the Minnie Ross memorial interfaith scholarship by Dean Foster Alter at a joint JewishChristian holiday program Wednesday evening at Hillel house. The scholarship is to be awarded each year to the student who, Hess of religious affiliation, has been most active and effective in promotion of intercultural relationships. Clarence A. Ross of Gestonia, N.C.. an alumnus of the university law school, established the award as a memorial to his mother. THE 'BOOGIE' MAN! Our Pianist, is a sharp character. All his clothes, including his STRAIGHT JANETS, are the DRAPE TYPE! ZlMKN't I74S U. MIAMI Ml M.. m c. *.* %  """l r • I | I I • I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I t t • I I I I I I I i „,., TFR wiMCHELL QUOTE: "Alec Templeton'i mockery of turned fonastyhsts makes cunninfl entertainment. He really r.p. ... tassels o'f their corn. RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE SEASON IN FLORIDA ALEC TEMPLETON Pianist Composer Humorist Ronofi F LA. Temple Beth Sholom-4144 Chase Ave. Beneh P££m ^^^ ^ 1947 8:30 P M E. 2nd Ave. T D Block) Electric City. Inc.. 41 u Quarters 708 Langford Bldg. Information. 9-2358. 58-2064 HeadqUar pRICES-S2.00. S2.50. S3.00. S3.50. Plus Tax ATTENTION TO OUR ^"L^"?^'* A reception honoring Mr. and nq the concert at Mn. Ell, 5-9682; D. Harris. 5-4566. Reviewer to Discuss Leland Stowe Book Leland Stowe's latest book, "While Time Remains," will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein at the Friday Review Series oi Miami Beach Women's division. American Jewish Conpress. The meeting will be held 1:30 p.m. next Friday al Ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid ave. A political review has been prepared by Mrs. Leonard Kimball and Mrs. Frank-Weiss, cochairmen of lhe book review committee. Ovin baled until golden-brown and foirly bursting with toiidorn in, than drenched in rich tomato sauce—that's good eating I T ?JZ ******* Kosher Bea** s MEANS KOSHER look (or the @ seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA on the label of more than 40 Heim Varieties. i \1. I i fl %  : %  -> J



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PAGE FOUR knist fk>ridF*ir/ nUDAY, DECBMidni %  • %  %  k I Editorial SUPPORT ZIONIST MEMBERSHIP DRIVE FINANCIAL ROUNDUP Building programs of local Jewish organizations, excluding Mt. Sinai hospital, were estimated at more than two million dollars by a reporter of The Jewish Floridian this week. Although most groups would not reveal the exact amounts they will spend, approximate figures were available. Beth Jacob congregation and the Hillel Advisory council are joining eleven other groups now in the process of building, repairing or dreaming of building or repairinq. The Miami Beach orthodox congregation expects to s\ar\ construction on an annex to its community buildinq on Washington ave. at Third st. in January at an expected cost of S5U.UUU. Construction may be completed within three months. A large kitchen and two classrooms will be included in the structure which is to be financed by contributions from the Beth Jacob membership. ... • With the Jewish student population of the University of Miami estimated at a minimum of 1,500 about twice last year s enrollment -the Hillel Advisory council is taking steps to build an outdoor dance floor adjacent to the Hillel house in Coral Gables, landscape property next to the house and make other adjustments to ease the crowded conditions No decision has been made as to financing, but Council officials emphasaed that work will be done as economically as possible, bearing in mind that a new Hillel house will be built on the new University of Miami. ... v __;i; As for the rest of Miami, construction of the Miami i iacmm cropnone J8 nuum .. ..——., _. ~ --,— — .— i a m m ^ ties which are estimated to cost about $125,000, is under way David g Andron. chairman of the membershp drive; Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney;.! oss the street from the present building at 1567 S. W. F i„„i. r n.,-;<> nrociHsnt nf the district, and Rabbi Irvina Lehrman. st. The main building is to be finished early in June with an auditorium, qymnasium, kitchen and dininq room facilities etc. The Y's building was subscribed to during the organization s Miami Beach rabbis and civic leaders urged increased support for the Zionist Organimtion of America at a rally sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist district last Monday at tie Miami Beach Senior High school. The distric! is seeking 3,000 new members. Shown at flu microphone is Rabbi Leon Kronish, and seated (left to right) Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Dr. David S. Andron, chairman of the membershp drive; Harold Shamro. Minmi JWri, ~ Jack D. Burris, president of the district, and Rabbi Irving LehrmaTi. LONDON SYNAGOGUE BURNED BY FASCISTS LONDON. UTAl-Afuciitd in mm on opp*. oa .... ted Natu-ns by the an,z ;"-. its, asking for eretlonal Guard ', NO DECISION REACHED ON PARTITION YET (Continued from Page I > recent campaign. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation leaders are not aens m th;|t h( IV W( |( differences \ V ^ V( \ connection with an appeal nitely planninq a campaign to finance the new synaqoque between the Jews and the rest st nt t() tne Unitw" uildinq at S W. 17th ave. and Sixth st. A sinale contribution ,,, hl u .,„i (1 w j t h regard to the hj S. Revisionists of the entire outside structure has been promised. As soon as interpretation of the Balfour at „, n () r a u.N. trusteeship for a huildina Dermit is available, the congregation expects to begin Declaration, but added that the Palestine, and for newspapc. ada Duiiainq H" Zionists are not downhearted vertisements calling for aid for M n ( -! e n !!rt nL he made of the National Children's when they fail and not excited the extremist force* in Palestine, Mention must also be made J" ,ne / exDansion prowhen they triumph. "1 do not h as been deferred pending receipt Cardiac Home out on West Flagler st.. whose expansion pro ^^ ^ ^ ^^ gituation ^ |nformtt|oo from New Y ork. gram, conservatively estimated, runs around sou.uuu. hurts ^ ^^ mQn x)ym j( stronfilv defended the Completion of the addition to the Home for the Aged addition hu|ts ^ j ^.^ ^ foft commodating 40 people is expected by Jan. 10 I he Home hfld gome p (| t m bringing ii L.IJ J l;-„.;~~ rorMiriic Dor 29 hns been COndUCt_, nn n nnn I i.. Ii-.l... accommc political policy of the Zionist i -iv^ fvv r .v — ~.. r luni BUIIIC trait "• i"'h'"h the executive and particularly that which will hold dedication services Dec. 29, has been conductpre8ent fi0 0.000 Jews to Palestine, ing a drive for S75.000 since Dec. 8 to cover its buildinq costs. Dr. Silver, defending his stand a t ii Dr. Weizmann, and defended 3 a drive for S75.000 since Dec. 0 to cover us UUHU.UK ""?" Ur. Silver, rtcicnciinn ms stand a t great length the partition Miami's pioneer congregation. Beth David, which hds been against participation in the L.>nscheme of the Jewish Agency attemptinq to raise S525.000 for its construction, has no definite don conference, said that if such executive. In urging the Congress nlans when work on its Coral Way structure will begin. participation is approved by the to decide in favor of participanstaDation of air conditioning and other changes in Temple Congress, the Zionist representa„„ n in the London parley, he Israel 137 N E 19th st.. will total approximately S75.000 when "ves should present only J* Mid: Israel, ici a. a. rr classic program of "a Jewish -\Ve stipulated our participation work is completed. s ,. lt( in tlu wno le of Palestine." .,, the London conference deAlso planned in town is a building for the Miami Hebrew Any l( ntIa v proposal would be pended on the release of the leadSchool and Junior Conqreqation which anticipates spending transmitted to the Zionist Actions era of the Jewish Agency from between S35.000 and S5C.000. Icommittee for a decision. the Latrun detention camp. Well. On the Beach, the Miami Beach Jewish Center will break "Our representatives should not they are free. They have been qround Sunday on its Washinqton ave. and 17th st. property, not be given carte blanche," he heard at this Congress. Again The Center is'now tryinq to raise the remaining half of its insisted He warned against American government support ^50C 000 drive qoal sending to the conference these has been won. We can lose pub... ... connnnn „i „;„=,} members of the executive who lie opinion the world over if we With approximately two-thirds of its S300.000 goal raised. ^.^ whiil ,. h( ; „„. lilv n u re fuse to meet as equals with the the Beach Y is indefinite about its plans for building on the Uon ,. ]t wouW h)> f ; it;i| fu] lfJ Hntlsh government and with the newly-purchased Bay rd. property. chances," he said. He tailed Arabs. That we should not go to Construction of a Ritualarium in South Miami Beach this upon the Congress to reaffirm the London parley would not only summer cost approximately S35.000. A qreat deal of the funds clearly and unmistakably the proneedlessly insult the British and were provided by winter residents. mam of a Jewish state in an perhaps incurably alienate the Other Beach orqanizations in the building scene are Temple "undivided and undiminished" United States government, but Beth Sholom, which is making minor alterations and constructPalestine. The Congress, he said, would be considered as w*U" ,; „ ,„u„„ „„J it, „„,..,, U„ll W.IUM*. >,r, „. n, n ,„ must declare that the partition tional affront to public opinion, ing a soaa hall, kitchen and banquet hall facilities up at Chase n nQ ex a „ Ui „ lx ial opinioB on ave. and 41st st.. and Roth Tfilah, whose new buildinq at Euclid which we denend larcely throuehave. and Ninth st.. will cost around $75,000 when finished. Replymg to his critics. Dr. Sil'"' ' n J a disciplined manner. "I a "T beheve in di rderly undudH plined terrorism." he said"I fervenUy pleaded for Je J| of displaced J. ws from EjjJ and the.r transfer to Palesw| ins that might be reached tlu re. "We shall accept no decisions that do not involve the cancellation of the White Paper," he said We will reject the federalization such a political crisis as it does now. Britain's disregard of n • Britain. 'The commitments, coupled with a policy of vacillation and cruelty, Powei of resistance must be has set off a chain of terrorism which threatens to develop into s,! I and the world must civil strife. '' convinced <>f the British < nWhile that is the internal picture in Palestine, tens of thou"' /: m "'" he desands of Jews who survived Hitlerism are languishing in dis' ',, placed persons camps and their threads of life are held together ui .,^!,u V '"" •"'" n n by hope that a way will ultimately be found to have^them Sn^^elega^on^'Seir t &7Xtt&tt+3SZ brought into the Holy Land, bimilar hopes are shared by the tens of thousands of Jews who escaped the camps, but whose life in hostile surroundings and on soil drenched in Jewish of a vast, perhaps most influential, segment of Jewry. Jt is, blood, is a nightmare. in every sense, a conclave not concerning itself with PalestineThese are but few of the problems faced by the World alone, nor with political Zionism alone, but with the vast problem Zionist Congress now being held in Basle. To hope that the o' saving the Jewish people. conclave will evolve a solution would require an unbelievable With this realization, the Miami Beach Zionist district has degree of optimism, since no decision it will reach can have any set out to strengthen their cause with the addition of 3,000 concrete meaning unless it is implemented by action—and the members. This number presents a task equal to this group that implementation of those decisions^ seems to rest on an indifferhas previously shown that it can accomplish that which it sets thrOUahoilt th*> uj^rlrl out tr, Ars TV. ,.,..!.. ... 4 l_ j • %  ,• .1 _.. 1___! 9-JfniaiknffJl FLORIDA'S ONLV ANGL0-JEWIWI WEEKLY Publi.Md ev.ry ^"Ts. H by The Jewish FloriJ"" •{_ Flo riM| Sicond Avenue. Miam' J* ,M Entered a ••""VnffiMo' M '-l 4. 1930. at the POit 0f' • J EJll FU.. under the Ac. of M.r ^ The Jewish Fl r """ h e Je*W| the Jewish un.ty • jj h TeJ Weekly. M emMr ^':„ Arts f "**\ B raphic AQ*ncy. Seven A ^a.1 Syndicate. 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pECEMBER jO. 1946 *Je*lstifhrMlnm L*, Leads Effort Hospital Kashrus by the board of (or kosher new Mt. decision to provide ffitCn met with Tuhout the Jewmitv Ot Greater Miami. ,"s enthusiastic about Nathan Ginsberg, Miami hotel owner, who assumed p m the d-'ive for [dining room of the Tides Lhich he owns, has been ,e of his major efforts. he was Imst to rabbis r communal leaders at a m where plans for kosher 5 were discussed. Wednight the group met again over the details. he >.'>s. "orthodox k-ill'be able to visit here the fear that, should taken ill. they will be • to confinement in a hostd have to eat non-kosher People take things like |toconsideration when they itrip, and I know for a fact New Yorkers haven't in thpast because arc no kosher provisions in k;ami hospitals." %  berg pointed out that the Jewish community will |t through the addition of a kitchen in the proposed I institution. observance of kashrus," Iclared. "will boost the moitrictly orthodox Jewish Its. and will help them to Icil a great deal more quickled I'm speaking out of perjexperiencf.'' jsberg referred to the past (tmters when he was often upi>n to deliver kosher | to Jewish patients in variJl:i.~i hospitals. For one, he %  HUd Jacob Goodman, presiof Yeshiva and Mesifta in lYork, whom he served from Btel kitchen for many weeks Goodman was a hospital kr since plans for Mt. Sinai Ital were announced," he "guests in my hotel have [after me to see to it that it i kosher kitchen." PAGE FIVE Nathan Ginsberg (center), chairm Women of B'nai B'rith Giv^ Hospital Parties Patients and children of patients and staff personnel of Pratt General hospital, Coral Gables, will be entertained at two parties by B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. The first party, to be held between 2 and 4 p.m. tomorrow, will be for the children of patients and staff personnel. Gifts and toys will be given in cooperation with the American Red Cross director at the hospital. Cake and ice cream will be served. Mrs. Sam Goldman, president of the Women's group, and Miss Olivier, Ked Cross representative, MJOC Students to Give | Mrs. Kogan Entertains Play at Chanukah Event i Ad "Saleswomen" in establishment of kosher faciHHes a. M Imai V %  was host to rabbis and other F.^c^munrf Si M' day at the Tides hotel. He is 'shown STat! 2ving lZ man. left, and Rabbi Murray Grauer. who joined in the dis" Ahame d the Magician" will cussion of hospital kashrus. Bdline the variety program ____^^_^^______^_ : ward patients at their party B p.m. Monday evening. Miss Heddy Harris, pianist, will render ia few selections. Others on the program will be Berniee Bran:'. tap dancer, and Elaine LcIvine, Alicia Gulkis, Marjorie Miller and Harriet Rosenstock, singing quartet. Mrs. Herbert Adams and Mrs. Arnold Simon will make quick sketches of the boys. Goldman, Mrs. Maurice Corenblum, Mrs. Louis Rubin, Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Elry Stone and Mis. George Adler are on the "A Light to Live By" is tm play to be presented by students of the Miami Jewish Or'. Congregation at their Chanukah celebration 10 a.m. Sunday in the Talmud Torah. The choir will chanl the candle lighting ceremonii s and students will illustrate their pro-, n learning. Refreshments and the exchange of gifts will be undi r the auspices of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Dobrin to Speak Mrs. Max Dobrin will i.e guest speaker at the meeting of the Business and Professional W mens division of Hadassah 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Beach Y She will talk on "Political Zioni I Anne Rubin of D I nm School of Charm will present tw i >: hei young pupils. Sheila Kacn. singer; and Boa':.a T< PI""-', dancer. Members and their friends are invited to attend. Ten dollars cr more worth of ads for the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood ad journal will be the admission to a cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president, 3 p.m. Tuesday at 3722 Royal Palm ave. Proceeds of the journal will go to the religious school of the Temple. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich has '„'.'„\\. committee! planned an entertainment pro-—— gram which will include Rudy Baum and his orchestra. Miss Amdur at the Temple will take reservations until Monday. Beach Lodge Donates Microfilm Projectors Now, no veteran in the Veterans Administration Nautilus hospital in Miami Beach need wait long months until he is able to manipulate unweildy books and magazines to do his own reading. The Miami B e a ch lodge of B'nai B'rith presented the hospital with four microfilm projectors Monday night. A recent contribution of two like projector devices by the Coronet Fund makes six available to patients at the hospital. A slight tug on the cord over the reader's shoulder "turns the page." The film can be projected on the ceiling for persons unable to sit up. In addition to the projectors, B'nai B'rith presented the hospitals with 10 folding wheel chairs which will enable patients to more easily be transported to entertainments away from the hospital. Godfrey Newman, chairman of the lodge's veteran service committee, arranged the presentation. An informal sketch class is being held at the Beach Y every Monday evening at 8:15 p.m. The class is under the supervision of George Gray, internationally famous muralist, who gives personal attention to each individual attending. ETS Name Lehrman ner. Chaplain oorary membership in the tTS. Rol ert Riehter post, [bestowed upon Rabbi Irvhrman | the Miami Beach %  '• Center Monday evening. I* same time, the rabbi was ft c.-.upk, :n 0 f tno post commander Nat Pollack F^ed appointment of P. .chairman, and Rabbi Lehr% Levin M Brodcr, M. tor, A. Le.,n and M. Reiner, „ on the welfare commit• Johansen, chairman, L. m, S. Stulh-r, E. Lieberman !*Ginsberg, athletic commit"' n 'y Carver, assistant fi• officer: Leona Willman, asW adjutant, and H. Johan•Prc-sentative to the Dade f'y Vete Tans are uncil. under way for the %  V," Conr rt to be sponsored I"* Poa Feb. 12 Night Club Performers To Entertain Mizrachi Night club entertainers of the Mocamba, Beachcomber, Latin Quarter and Copa Cabana an scheduled to perform at the annual Chanukah latke party of the Mizrachi Men and Women's organization 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beth Jacob synagogue. The program will also include Mrs. Minnie Shul ow, i omlc reader; Melvin Michael, violinist with the University of Miami symphony orchestra, an I M fc etsky, singer, formerly with the metropolitan Opera association A cantor will light the Chanukah candles. Cochairman for the affair are Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs. Ida Friedman and Mrs. Edith Brenner. The public is invited to attend. GABLES CHILDREN TO EXCHANGE GIFTS Dvie Is Cancelled; Course Planned fcto the Federation board of ??' lkc P Jan. 7. a new tiern'i '' T,ures n readings fPen-d ASH* liter ature will ('] •-•asses will be held at Wlnsular institute every* 'norninn at today 'Pant, • 10:3 a Sunday school children ol the Coral Gables Jewish Center will join in the spirit of Chanukah and exchange gifts at a festival 2 p.m. Sunday at the H.llel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd. A program has been prepared by me students and refreshments will be served. hcM Country Club Is Site Of New Year's Event Proceeds from the gala Nov. Year's Eve dance and buffet supper of the Temple Beth Sholom Men's club will be devoted to youth activities the organization sponsors, according to Abe Solosko. chairman of the event. Scene of the festivities will be the Golf Park Town and Country club, ny id. at N. W. 27th ave. Reservations, $6 per person. will close next Thursday. No tickets will be sold at the door. Jack Schaeffer. Abraham Schiff and Mildred Solosko are taking! reservations at the Temple every afternoon between noon and 3 p.m. Folk Chorus Offers Honorary Membership •Unite in song to commemorate the martyrdom of the six million European Jews" is the stimulus with which the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus conducts its activities. Featured on practically every program of local Jewish organizations, the chorus is opening its ranks to honorary members as well as active participants Regular rehearsals are held under the direction of Conductor Sub Pov/esky, at Beth David Say evenings and Beth Jacob Thursday evenings. 9 Mescheloff i Esther Norris, M's.-s Mcschiloff manager of the chorus, addressed the membercandle. Three Couples Win Sunday school clas l Tee ^* Dance •very Sunday morning front 0 Champagne At "JWf Three couples received clum JEfcr winning dancejuntes* a!m r Vl2noon. Knijh.untimiy be made with Mrs. Sidney 1 Ch; man. 235 Santillane ave Gables. Coral Temple Israel Youth To Cast Ballots be held Elections of officers wi bv the Youth group of T>mpic £.5 8 p.m. Sunday in Kaplan "^Dancing to the music of popular recordings and the serving ol re 'will read English fwahmenta will follow.All young "f selections bv Jewneople of the coi gregation people vited to attend. VSTcSS ball -" by tEmanon club Sunday eve•*• at K i^Miss Clarice Grop"STSu?BowSi. leading per and J ?""J*T terg Sandra '' ,KlbUe ndJcMome Robinson. Brown ^ | JJ r 3j charlotte SeranJ&Awhowon the ^'"'""Sd.n.r will be A ^SabatthV Miami Y held by the club atu. Skins, social chairman. Daily Double 1st and 2nd Races il 01 BI11 0 R I lOrtlf • %  l /: %  .:1



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PAGE SIX *Je*isttk>ridltori I PERSONALLY SPEAKING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) Visiting their parents for the holiday season are the Misses Florence Wohl and Molly Ann Boyell. Miss Wohl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl. 1236 N. E. 96th st., and Miss Boyell, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell, J Scott* was borii Dec. 4. They 2336 S. W. 23rd st. Both girls %  ii ve at 101 Washington ave. are students at the University Stephen Allen, born Dec. 2, is A. Boxer, 638 Michigan/xive., announce the arrival of their son, Joseph Leonard, on Dec. 4 Steven Edward was born Dec. 4. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Harvey M. Nagel, 218 29th st. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dansky's son, Alan FRIDA Y PLAN HADASSAH WORK AT LUNCHEON MEMBER of Michigan where Florence is studying for a teacher's certifithe new arrival in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Wiencate in speech and English and e r, 413 Meridian ave. Molly Ann is majoring in bac\ A j^y boy was born to Mr. tenology. ; and Mrs R aymon d E. Feiner, Miss Jeanette Tupler, dra1608 xhexeX ave-i on Nov. 28. matics director at North Shore |His name 1S Leon Maynard Temple Israel, Glencoe, 111., p hyl i is G ale was born Nov. 24. and a senior student at NorthHer parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, organizational chairman of the Miami Beach group of Hadassah. tendered a luncheon at the western university, will arrive, Hyman Greenberg, 411 N. W. Tides hotel last week to key organizational committees conhnmo Snnrlnv to snond tho T* term; KI i._ :•: / ik n mnm'hApe'hm r^mmiHAA honHor" X%* MM TABAnU home Sunday to spend the Third st William Alexander, holidays with her parents, Mr. son o( Mr and Mrs Ra)ph R and Mrs. H. Tupler, 1035 14th K a p ] a n 1557 Pennsylvania st., Miami Beach. She will reave was born Nov 2 7 Mr.! turn to her studies Jan. 5 d Mrs Sidney Diamond's Taking time off from school daug hter, Judy Joy, was born \ to enjoy the holiday season is Nov 2 n. Th reside a 125 5 Miss Judy Wolpert. daughter of s w 16th s The son o) Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. Mr and Mrs Nathan A Gold ( 1776 S. W. 16th ave and her stein nM Eudid ave was classmate. Miss Barbara Field born Nov 16 His name is of Massachusetts. Both girls Haro]d Martin Karen Louise attend Wellesley college %  wag born Nov 18 Sho 1S the Also from Wellesley is Maxdaughter o( Mr and Mrs Theo ine Bublitz, who will arrive todoie E Wol(e jr 990 Biarritz 1 morrow. Her brother, Maxdr Rabbi S. M. Machtei recently officiated at the Brism of the well, is vacationing from studies at Phillips Exeter. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. • %  lir n 1.1:1 nc ut~~;A s n s of Mr. and Mrs. Gus ave Maxwell E. Bublitz, 1746 Mend_ .. _. ... sisting of the membership committee, headed by Mrs. Joseph Pomerance; the fund-raising committee, including Mrs. Milton Woh, chairman, and the hospitality committee of which Mrs. J. Gordon is chairman. Activities launched at this meeting include a membership campaign for 2,000 members by January's meeting; final plans for the dinner-dance to be held at the Copa Cabana club on Jan. 5. the proceeds of which are to be used for Hadassah Medical organization activities in Palestine, and a project whose funds will go to the Youth Aliyah, Child Welfare and Jewish National Fund guotas. Members of the fund-raising committee pictured at the luncheon include Mrs. Milton Wolf. Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild. Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Ben Goldstein. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs. Sam Upton, Mrs. Lee Rubin. Mrs. F. Kolstein, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs. Van Straaten. S. Edelman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miss Beckwitt Names ily Feibelman made the Zeldman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wedding Attendants ;„ L_ c;, 0 „i, onc !" un* Kaplan, Mr. ion ave. trip from Stephens college, Missouri, where she is a senior, and Mrs. Max Winer, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Mizrach. Mr. and Mrs. Herman to be with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman OPf 6 "^"'. M J, and ^ rs 5990 N. E. Fifth ct. Her brother, | ^ ll,on Marglis Mr. an ? Mrs. Herbert, jr.. is back from the ? arrv ? ansk yUniversity of Alabama. HerMiss Beatrice Beckwitt will become t I • ide of Harry H. Engel, son 1 : Mi s, Max Knurl. Charlesbert returned to school after three years in the Navy Mr. and Mrs. Henry Besdine of New York are houseguests of Mrs. Tessie Glickman, 1116 Ocean dr. Mr. Besdine is a distributor of Kaiser Frazier cars Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grossman of Gainesville, Fla., are visiting friends and rela tives in Miami Beach. They are staying at the Astor hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk. 4312 Royal Palm ave., are entertaining Miss Cynthia Wohlstadter of Brooklyn, N. Y., for the holidays. Miss Wohlstadter is Mrs. Turk's sister Due to the sudden illness of Milton Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan ave., the open house party scheduled for Sunday was post poned. He is now recuperating at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Josefsberg, now living in Charlotte, N. C., announce the birth of a son, Allan Jay, Dec. 6. Mrs. Josefsberg is the former Mathilde Cohen Barbara Jean, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, 868 N. E. 81st st., was born Nov. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Carl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File A 1<>1*2 NOTK'K IS Mi:Ui:i!Y CIVKN lh.it M Harklns. h<>io>r oi Cbunty Tax Certificate No. 708 IKHUCII the 1th dm of June. A.l). 1944, has filed same In niv office, and has made application for a tax deed to he liwued thereon Bald Certificate embracei the follow IIIK described property in the County of Pade, State of Florida, to-wll W/j Section 8, Township 63 South. Range M Fast containing 120 acri more or ICSH in the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment <>f said property under the nnld certificate was In th. name of Chan. R. Krmentrout. UnleBH s.iirl certificate shall he redeemed according to law, the property described therein will be sold to thi highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of Fehruary, 1947. which is the 3rd dav of Fehruary. 1947 Dated this 19th day of December. 1"4 (Circuit Court SeaH i: B I.F.AT1TF.RMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida. Rv M C. STERRETT, D.C. 12/20-27 1/3-10 Mr. and Mrs. Lou Richman and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Minor. Beach AJC Members To Be "Third Nighters" American Jewish Congress members of Miami Beach and their friends will be "third nighters" at the Latin Quarter when they sponsor their annual dinner-dance at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Opening tonight with a show brought from Pans by Lou Waltert. the club will have its regular performers on hand for the AJC affair, which will benefit Congress' educational program to combat anti-Semitism. Mrs. Morns Rabinowitz and Mrs Edna Soifer are m charge of arranging the affair. Dress will be optional. Reception to Honor Miss Shier and Fiance A reception for Miss Edith Shu r in In nor of her engagement to Bernard Applebaum will toi S, C 3 p.m. Sunday at T< inbe held at tho home of her parpie Israel Miss Beckwitt is the enta, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier. ol Dr. and Mrs. Charles '236 S. W. 21st ter.. Sunday from Lwitt, 221 S. W. 11 >t. Rabbi :i '" 5 Pm Mr Applebaum is the i u-.il-.. ..; t->.. i M,n f Mrs. Hane Applebaum, Colman A. Zwitman and Dr. Ja, 71 Q w ^ ^ cob II Kaplan will officiate. NH invitations have been sent Attei dii g the I ride will be her and friends and relatives are in:. M Enrique LaGuette, as vited to attend. The couple plans n :, and her cousin, u > be married some time in June. 1 of Miss Beberman University Student M A r h em !>ny Performed J MaxSh pire will unfe O Beberman and Leo a* '• 3:30 p m Su ; Beth I avi d congregate L •s the daughter [uj M: v Beberman.
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    im nrCEMB ER 20, 1946 rious schools of Greater H participate in the anfcr-school Chanukah celef be sponsored by the [Jewish Education at 10 bday at the Beach the%  1500 children arc cxI, attend fron Beth David, i;il Gables Jewish Beach Jewish School Icob, Coi Miami Miami Hebrew Cong %  gation, Miami rorthodox Congregation, pie Beth Shothe Workmen's Circle [cpram con isthig of films, recitations and a I with the | schools. H Kaplan, prcsi[ the Gn ati Miami Rab| tion. will deliver a Louis Heiman, presiau of Jewish bo. will greet the children. of Jewish Book Max Meisel, treasurer of breau. will present book Mrs. Louis Glasser. i of the bureau board, will |t the quiz. in Jacobs of the man of the bent committee and will %  sted by the Mesdames J. Inn. J. August, N. Ross. Eli. E Karger, A. Steibel, jrir.an and K Kichman. Samuel Kelcmer of [Both Sholom and Cantor 1 Mamches (if Beth David Kduct the musical part of logram with the assistance tr.an Fried at the piano. I children have been asked If Chanukah gifts for chilnission will be banRossman, another rnem|the bureau, made arrangcfor use oi the theatre |h George C Hoover, genf Miami Paramount N. and Arthur Schwartz, pi 'if the Beach theatre. pL. Thompson of the Paraibtained the films. Beach Lodge Changes Scene of Luncheons Scene of the weekly luncheon sponsored by the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith was re cenlly changed to a private room of the Russian Bear res l****tlk,ridlto r Home Marks FirsTwT Plans Dedication first anniversary of the admis5 ,' on f ,: resident to the Home for the A il1 %  meeting 0 f the PAGE SEVEN MJOC SISTERHOOD TO SERVE LATKES DBG INSTALLS SIX DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith A atke c card P ar, y. sponsored i Girls has six new members foltaurant. 927 Lincoln rd. Ha old Horn.' ," < K Turk, luncheon chairman ? f directo d We %  at the Strath I last Thursday night. Ii l lh f "' s ; : f the life memI %  rg, chain. : committee, ann by the Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, will be held Sunday evening at ihe Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. Proceeds will help maintain the Sunday and Hebrew schools. Cochairman for the party are Mrs George Sollinger and Mrs. Anne Sands. extended an invitation to members and friends to attend the events at noon each Tuesday. Magician to Entertain In celebration of Chanukah a party will be held for children'of '" "' Phus for dediall ages at the Miami B. j. tion of the new annex to the ish Center 10:30 a.m. Mo, I y Home at 2 The program was arrani n the \l,:. SmSr (; """": ft, hotel; MiamTieTch: Diek Thorp, magician, will 1 I M. Louis Miller will featured and Chanukal | dollar hm sts. Joseph L. Tepper is will be tcld by the child, f „, J c ? mpaign and president of the group which is HIAS Banquet Scheduled •' %  %  9 is the date chosen by the HIAS People's Tourist comfor their annual banquet. The affair will be held at the Viclowing the candlelight initiation service held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Pat Curtice, president, 364 S. W. 19th rd. Initiates are Beverly Curtice, Rose Guberman, Marion Malakoff, Charlene Rossin, Marlene Koslin and Renee Weiss. Mrs. Joseph Bermann, advisor, welcomed the girls into the chapter. A Chanukah program is being planned by the group for Monday evening. E X T R A 1 On account of my poor health, good income property for quick sale. 1157 N. Miami Avenue See Owner at 36 N. E. 10th St. Ask for Mr. Ely icing to Follow onim Celebration %  i ll follow the Chanu% rcgram to be presented by fim. 8 p.m. Sunday at the F Beach Jewish Center, acF to Mart} Mai tell, proItommittei chairman. % group is fanning an outi park for Dec. Wing th( Beach Y at 10:30 •group from the Beach will I'wn members at the MayF restaurant at 11 a.m. beProcttdmu to the park. "Wire in the evening will Mhe program. MIAMI BEACH P£S AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES E-BRONSTON. Realtor L."* c _^v Real Lincoln R d Estate Sarvlca Ph.: ISUI L 'sten to the [Palestine Report f ery Su nday Evening Station WKAT 7 =45 P. M • MIAMI BEACH ZI0 *ST DISTRICT Most people arc astounded to learn that cancer kills children. They had always thought of this deadly killer as a disease of "old ladies." That's because cancer ha? been regarded as a "hush-hush" subject. No one wanted to talk about it. It was almost as if there were some ehame attached to the word. And the cancer death rate rose. vomen .. WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT III First of all. we can talk about cancer. We can discuss it as freely as mumps, measles or scarlet fever. The more we do talk about it, the more readily the "danger signals" of the cancer will be recognized. Next, we can support the work of the American Cancer Society. This year voluntary gifts to the Society have made possible grants of several millions of dollars to The National Research Council. RESPECTS NEITHER AGE NOR SEX Guard Those to* Uv .. WM KnwMf This year alone, 90,000 wome 83,000 men • and 2,000 children Jv un(kr way are expenwill be iu victims. That is an an^ couiprchen sive as those palling total, but even more trag. ^ d c % %  •*"" %  ta %  he bMll, Up or • % %  • %  • s. progrwti.. shaMj la *a ...i. mills or hlrihourh. 4. IV,.1.leal IndleoMlOB. oolor •!"•'• iHMiloa. jnnw.1 oaaaddaao] ooaa*. %  froA.J Ha. 14 • MH OOSIStl. DADE COUNTY UNIT Information Center 843 Ingraham Building Phone 3-2665 THE V/Wj""** MANNING IlSTAURANT frCOCKIAatWMW SLEPT IN ... ^RANKHARNE^R,MANAGING DIRECTOR^ !.•... o. n-nn MOON JMyi <


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    ^H — %  -; I PAGE EIGHT +Jen1stifk>r/dr&in f: %  i • • %  i l • : TEMPLETON'S LIFE FILLED WITH MUSIC Alec Templeton, eminent pianist and composer who appears locally Jan. 9 under the auspices of the Temple Beth Sholom P-TA, takes in music as other people take in breath. When he awakes in the morning, his first gesture is to switch on the radio. If another station schedules a work he likes, he goes across the living room and switches on the other radio. Next to his piano—where he spends most of his time—there is a combination radio and phonograph. Without leaving the piano bench, he has command over keys, dial and discs. Templeton devotes serious hours to intensive practising, but it isn't always easy for him to tell where practising leaves off and living-with-music begins. He works, experiments, discovers something he likes. Then he puts the discovery to work for him in a score of other places. After hours of such concentrated \ work, he relaxes by playing piano just for the fun of it. This, he tells you, is quite a different mat| ter from practising. Following his local concert, which will be held at the White Temple auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. I Templeton will be honored at a reception at the Hall of Art, 415 Lincoln rd. Reservations for the reception may be made with Mrs. Leon Ell or Mrs. David Harris. Service League to Give Picnic for Brownies A picnic on Dec. 29 at Matheson Hammock is being planned for its Brownie pack by the Miami Servlc* league, according to Mrs. B. Sterling. chairman Brownies, busy in preparation for the event, are embroidering "situpons" for use at the picnic. The group is led under the leadership of Mrs. Milton Stone, Mis Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs. Laura Sacks. A cub pack for boys between the ages of 9 and 12 is now being formed by the league. Meetings will be held every Friday afternoon at the Miami Y from 4 to 5 p.m. with Mrs. Ethel Sernaker as den mother. Rave notices have been greeting Iva Kitchell for the past few weeks in the national press. The dance humorist, who will appear at Miami Beach Senior High school Dec. 28 on the Community Concert Series, has been kruded by Life, Time and PM in recent issues. Kitchell gets inspiration for her dance sketches in the oddest places, at the queerest times. Her "Maiaie at the Movies" routine hit her all of a whallop at the Metropolitan Museum oi Art. It is just possible that the Kitchell feet were hurting and Iva wanted to slip out of her shoes as Maisie does. Her appearance here will be under the auspices of the Beach Y. AMBIDJAN OFFICIAL TO VISIT LOCAL GROUP J. M. Budish of New York, executive vice president of the American Biro-Bidjan committee, will be guest at a luncheon 1 p.m Thursday at the Belvedere hotel, Miami Beach. The luncheon will be sponsored by the local Ambijnn chapter. Loaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community have been invitid to attend. FOR A HEALTHY MIAMI SUPPORT MT. SINAI HOSPITAL DRIVE! shal, president Z' !lva i board of EL"?* .'' ; $65 '<>0,000. oalill ''" lar t sum ev e **| a y voluntary is ,L ^ -"•4ht ly the UmtelijS? JM6. it represent! Se,1 "f ""% forth?! %  ; Appeal. BANK EXECUTIVE L C. RUSM.11 Sohn .46 .vjJ Jen of the America?! B nk f Miami, died tfwl attack Wednesday in* J 18 V E. 87th st Hey in apparent good health, I Ih-.-ametoMiamunlSj,! Philadelphia and was credit! ager for the former .£] Bank & Trust co., until 19tgl lie bt came assistant cash* in 1942 cashier. He was* a viec president in January! AUGUST BROS ft) Is thebtST! Miami Hadassah to Sew Two Women Instruct For Palestinians "New garments for a new life in a new land" is the slogan of the sewing project adopted Monday by the Miami group of Hadassah in connection with its Palestine supply program for : efugees. Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, head of the program, named Mrs. Benjamin Blum chairman of the sewing with Mrs. Hyman C. Moser as cochairman and Mrs. Rose Burstein assisting. Serving with Mrs. Jacobs are Mrs. Elix Hinkus, Mrs. Simon April. Mrs. Ida HartZ and Mrs Morris Aron. Highlight of the meeting was the commemoration of the birthday of Henrietta Szold. Hadassah founder. Members participated in the candle-lighting ceremony and made donations to the Hadassah medical organization for the privilege. Mrs. David S. inaker, HMO chairman, officiated. Mrs. Joseph Carp presided and lighted the first candle on the birthday cake. Mrs. Moe Feingold reported on the recent national Hadassah convention. Council Charm Forum Mrs. Sydney L. WeinJraub and Miss Lenore will instruct the charm forum of the National Council of Jewish Women in public speaking, charm and make-up at 2 p.m. today at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Weintraub is chairman of the forum which maintains Council's scholarships at the University of Miami. University to Present Handel's "Messiah" The University of Miami, response to a wide demand. ua m t$ < --. in is presenting Handel's masterpiece, the "Messiah", for the third consecutive year, Sunday at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of Miami Senior High schools First written in 1741, the "Messiah" was presented before charitable institutions and hospitals the following year. After the initial performance. Handel rewrote much of the oratorio, and the finished work was published in 1767. Sunday's program will be participated in by the University Symphony orchestra, conducted by Modeste Alloo, a chorus of 150 voices under the direction of William J. Lee, and four soloists. The soloists will be Olive Elliott, soprano; La Rue Storm, messo contralto; Charles Wilfred Smith, tenor, and Robert Reinert, baritone. JUNIOR HADASSAH TO CHOOSE QUEEN As a climax to Junior Hadassah's Hi' n I" i ship di i\ e, the girl who bring: t i most members will be crown. M Ml mlxr ship of 1946 ai d 1947" at a Cin den 11: Ball to b< hi Id at the Woff. rd I otel, De< 28 The winru > u ill be pn i nted with a plaque by Mrs. Alex Van Sti aaten, • • advisor, Wii ner of the plaque for three Utive v.i i k.will retain it pel mam ntly, Ei '. i lainn i nt will be provided by Joseph Pardo, singer, ai panied by Bcrnice Rabinowitz at the j iano. A "blind date bureau,'" headed by Elarose Rogow is arranging datefor Junior Hadassah gnls. The membership committee, by Miss Doris AH in, is divided into two v ams and the group bringing in 75 members will be awarded a prize by Mrs Van Straati In the first group are the Mi i Rosylyn Worth, chairman; Elaine Paulsen. Florence Hildebrandt and Doris Shapiro. Tinseci nd group consists of the Misses Shirl-i ty Pardo, i n; Mitzie DeKoven, Frieda Ankus, Selma Lewis and Nogah Slobin. Prizes will also be awarded to n. mbers who bung in 50 members. Tickets are S3 per couple. Each member may bring one guest couple. Miss Doris All.in. 1918 Liberty ave., is taking reservations. /J 0. SEMI-FINALS of the ANNUAL JUVENILE tfiiound Ctop^nsliipj FINALS MONDAY NIGHT. DEC. 23rd MORE THAN ^V '** W ^ PURSES THE RICHEST PUPPY RACE IN THE NATION "Our Modern Maccabees" will be Dr. Max Kaufman's sermon topic during serrices this evening at the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. LAWYERS TO INSTALL Installation of officers and di-1 rectors of the newly-organized Miami Beach Bar association, will take place 6:30 p.m. tonight at a banquet at the Copa Cabana club. Officials to be installed are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president; Ben Cohen, vice president; Darry A. Davis, second vice president, and Jack A. Abbott, secretary. Harold Zinn is in charge of arrangements. This clastic will bring together the outstanding puppies in the greyhound racing world. See the Nation's fastest greyhounds in action ... at Greater Miami's oldest and largest dog track. TRACK CLOSES DECEMBER 26th REOPENS APRIL 4th, 1947 TRACK fe 115th Street Between N I: 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves Post Time 8:00 PJ DAILY DOUBLE IK and 3rd ** ,0 Rac I** Quiniela. Ever? B"! N 0 **> **A



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    DECEMBER 20. 1940_ tSEHS TO DISCUSS NEW PARTY TS CIRCLE SERIES %  ==^= = Zl^hinuridiar economic and political problems and the progress National Education Committee for a New Party will be Id by August Claessens, formerly member of the New L! lature, in a series of talks this weekend. p'cent candidate for Congress, Claessens will speak at U sponsored by the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 ai or lyceum. 25 Washington ave., this evening and Sun A Monday evenings. Saturday evening he will speak tale's Vladeck Branch 699 at peaker at the lyceum last night. Circle's Vladeck Branch 699 at the Miami Y. He was iDea ker at the lyceum last niaht. &• evenin8 eVcnt WU „ ue t to honor the memJEgene V. Debbs, pioneer K'is national secretary %  Social Demo, ...tic FcdcraL an instructor at the dioolof Social Science in ^ He has written a 0 [ bucks for the AF of L : Branch 692 are bbcrn. financial secretary; Cninn. corresponding w ; Samuel Katz, treasjman I ibson, recording -v; Dr. L iis Sadoff, hosbr Miami: Harry AbramImspitaler for Miami Beach. ibers of the cemetery cornare H. Abramowltt, J. Mrs Esther Elkin, H. and S. Jackson. Felix al and Leon Elkin serve press committee. ig the Ladies" club of the are Esthei Elkin. chairiatie Tishler, vice chairJflie Laibson, financial secfetta K stein, recording v. and Sarah Gold, treasIquaint origin of latkes as St popular C'hanukah deliI supposed to be the panIhastly prepared by the iwomen for the soldiers of when Ihey halted for ile pursuing the troops of .'Sthened were iors by those that Judas Maccabeus used to have decreed that [should i at latkes on kah. Kosher Killed [POULTRY P Quality Obtainable at SONABLE PRICES • lOCHED ON PREMISES PLFORD POULTRY !N.W. 8th Street Miami ""Ollts DIVOTID TO UKUMOU, itviNo %  0*upil RUT,vl R R h C U| SINE ^"" lonucui;.. v.— "" %  •cud,. y, 0 I DRIVE BEACH MORE FUNDS TOR IDA B'nai B'rith. y Sholt m lod 8f. • rtTZ • ** raising agency for or defense agencies _> Art.-D,famati.m league of and the American h Committee iOO from the ration in 1946. PAGE NINE 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular prices. sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS Burris to Address Jacksonville Center Jack I). Burris. president of the • ; < ich Zionist district, will the Jacksonville Jewish munity Center this evening His topic will ho "What Future world Jewry?" 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    %  J : : %  j 'i %  • i %  %  d : 4 \ PAGE TEN fjenistrfrrid!* !" raiDA *.DECEMmi SCHWARTZMAN TO GET COMMISSION TODAY Ted D. Schwartzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman of 2845 Fairgreen dr., Miami Beach, will be graduated from the United Stales Mi reliant Marine academy at Kings Point, N, Y., today. A vi teran of World War II. he will be com:i issii ned a n ensign in both the U.S. Maritime S< rvice and the U.S. Naval Reserve. Pi lor to returning to Ins home at Miami Beach, he will visit fi lends and n latives in New York and Baltimore. U J.A. BRIGHTENS HER HANUKKAH IN THE JEWISH HOMELAND Get Acquainted Brunch Is Weekly Event Every Sundaj morning at 10 a.m., TV mple B< th SI olom plays I ost at a "get acquainted brunch" in the Frances K. Powell restaurant, 525 41st st. ••To get acquainted with your , according to Louis J. Krensky, lii unc i aii man. Thi re at e no fund-raising campaigns and no long spi i just a morning of good fellowship, he said To Choose Sweetheart Royal Palm chapter of AZA will ch e a "Sweethi art" at its eighth annual dance at the Wof' h i ;; 30 p m Saturday. Vying for the title are Rhoda Zi an Shi nkman and UNVEILING The unveiling <>f a memorial in memory of the late W. L. Williams and his wife, Jennie, will take place 2 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Congregation Beth David of which Mr. and Mrs. Williams were life-long members, will officiate. Arrangements have been made by Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Williams were the parents of Nat L. Williams, Miami attorney. Assimilation Is Topic "Assimilation or Rededication" is the topic chosen by Rabbi David Raab when he speaks 8 p.m. tonight at Temple EmanuKl in Ft. Lauderdale. Special Chanukah services will be presi nted, Today we light one candle on the first day of Chanukah and an additional one on each successive day of the festival, but once it was customary to light eight candles on the first day and to reduce the number on each successix night. SHE KF.EPS THE LIGHTS BURNING. Thi* three-year-old Palestinian child lilfcti lh traditional Hanukkali esndlei in the window of her borne in the hop* that the ceremonial alesm ma> .how the way to a new life for tl.oufamU of di'placed Jewi anxiou-ly wailini for entry to the J.-wi.ii homeland. Jo assist in the reconstruction of Palestine and its n.>> s.lllenient by Europe • Jewish survivors, and to provide l-rgc*calc relief and rehabilitation to homeless and destitute Jew, all over the world, in addition to adiurtin*. refugeenewcomer* to the United States, the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overteai Need, and Palestine ll undertaking a phenomenal 1941^ nationwide campaign for f 170,000,000. American Jewry's support of the 19*7 United Jewish Appeal for $170.000,000 will enable the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans to give hope, home and a future to the 1,500,000 Jew. who survived Ilidcrum and war. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phono 2-7439 20, Pf p layer COQ^ Miami Y Cagemen Under the l eadersh Cutler, former DrZ? Mimil; tlc j 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI -1 Lf£L 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" KJI SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th* Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro ducts and lea Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE WE Of FIOAU.Y KPKSENT THE MAJORITY Of NMTHEiM JEWISH fUKERAl HOMES fn/wmalion Clodt) fmru%M on Ktqunl SERVING MIAMI BEACH-* MIAMI Exclusively Jewish ^C\-2* HOUR \> JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES ol th* nation-wide CAAApprord AIR AMBULANCE SEHVICE with nurse and doctor lenici | U needed. SERVING! SOUTH FLORIDA 24 Hours! DAILY, BEACH Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH,FLA. IRVING BLASBERS Teen R W. WILSON, Funenl fl'**j MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building P* one W7i Mount Sinai Memorial P** MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETHTC ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE M 0 MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOOP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE^^ Affiliate Congregations: Beth Da v j* B e e JS snelftn* Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood CMWaj" • ^ For Further Iniormcrtion Phon 9-2664. '__^*—-"* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Rood, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. *- %  PALMER FUNERAL CHAPt*| "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMONIlY" ^ PHONE MIM E.E. CARTER. Funeral Direct or "A Wend to Kaad" J 001 i a* j a it-ji 11 Sfs t ajta a *00+ t % n&6+m+0* MM)



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    Y pECEMBER_20 1 _1946 .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. tVurtly Qonfrdentlal (Copyright. 1946, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate) BT PHINEAS J. BIRON rgNTION: J. EDGAR HOOVER: the "German Communist Organization" operating in the United ues is a gigantic canard blown up by notorious nab Lee to the United States of America" You. as chief of th. ki, should make doubly certain that your prestige is not being de a tool of those men whom you should expose as No. I en democracy ... We mean the •'gentlemenwho escaped I llilion trials and who consistently violate post office regulations sending their filthy propaganda through the mails ...'.; >Vl ... why don't you get some of these American lellites of Hitler and shut them up once and for all' 1 tresent a real danger to our country. ioADWAY GOSSIP: Milton Berle, currently brightening Nicky Blair's afterfctinNVw York, may cancel a $15,000 a week Miami i ib d i( Last-to-coast hookup offered by one of the big foui ipanics is th'' reason Al Jolson is also considering a L. he wants to transcribe it, a la Crosby May he something [the Winchell report that Al has been clawed by Wall Street L,rs... Eddie Cantor is offering $500 for a caricature of Ins Iroy Wojewowski Cantor Kilroy, who sprang fully grown ihis "father's" head is a 200-pound football player, and is said avc Eddie's pop-eyes Johnny Garfield, win, started hi w ten years ago as Julie Garfinkel of the Bronx, is slated f ( ,i llead in Warner Brothers' "Rebel Without Cause" The UiU i summary of all the miscasting that has so completely "t; |rf:e!d. who might be a good actor if he could get out of Ins rut. IMPORTANT: There is a tendency on the part of certain groups to minmiie the importance of Columbians, Inc. The fact is that the Columbians are in line for big financial subsidies from a jroup of industrialists who intend lo use its anti-Negroism ind anti-Semitism in their fight against organized labor's rire io unionize the South, NCTUARY: [Leonard Lyons, New York Post columnist, reports that William lbs. head ol Creek Relief in the United States, and Dean Alfange hibematorial candidate in New York, will urge the Greek gov%  ment to invite ">0.000 Jewish displaced persons to settle there and p rebuild the country Your columnist recently reported an Kal by Elian Barzalai, chief rabbi of Athens, for "moral and ferial aid to assist the democratic peoples of Greece" Ral Wai reminded us that Greek democratic forces, who saved nds of Jewish lives during the Nazi occupation, are today [persecuted and terrorized by the Greek government ... A femment that is using the same police force the German Fascists 1 during the war Jewish DP's can expect no sanctuary : a government. r POURI: [Its good t,, have Carl Alpert back in the New Palestine "ling Lights." by Bella Chagall, is distinguished by 36 draw|of Marc Chagall, which makes it attractive under any circum' J"? • • %  It is published by Shocken Books Yeshiva College, % York rabbinical seminary, will play a 21-game basketball "Mule this year, opening against New York university and closlagainst Brooklyn college The future rabbis have produced K upsets in past seasons Judge Sam Leibowitz will return *i the 22nd World Zionist Congress at Basle, Switzerland, in j to preside at the Nickel-Mergcnthaler trial Ben Cohen. I aide to Jimmy Byrnes, is livening up Big Four conferences i doodled sketches of the conferees ... He presents his models leted sketches, with "the compliments of the artist." Community Coop**** In Nurse Recruitment P u11 cooperation from schools ^ immunity organizations was '£*i thi8w by officials of ''"' D J C0UI ty chapter, Amer' H Cr : nurse """' %  n < activities in conjunc : witn 1 '" % %  norial hosu • out "'; <> communities of th. inty. nt drive to recruit 40 thi l b 15 • '''" nurse training i„ continue through Jan. 18. %  nc. of munity ,,.;. | I 1 ""' 1 ,: %  fivelocalso" rl titerEach IS nan,.I in the amount of $300 I remain %  '' %  a' thi hi pital. The entir. i iod of three years, with : "'*t six months devoted to intensive classroom work. room, 'hoard and laundry service at Jackson Memorial nursing school. In addil M5 mthly following the ,,x months preclinical ''' %  '!';•:• : i nl : applicants • •:;. i., between the ages of 18 and 30, unmarried.' high school graduates and in : health. Further information on enrolling in the class and application scholarship loans may be obtained by calling nui sing activAmerican Re I C iss head. 507 N E First ave., or Jackson Memorial hospital. Metro Council Maps Local Radio Series A series of radio programs is being planned by the Metropolitan council, coordinating body for local B'nai B'rith groups, according to Harold Turk, chairman. Geoige J. Talianoff, Florida rel director of the Anti-Defamation league, and Miss GertCarnovsky, district director ( B'nai B'rith girls work, are lkl! gements for the sei ies. The committee on constitution by-laws, headed by Walter C. Kovner, will present its recommendations to the council n the next week. PAGE ELEVEN Teach Cardiac Children Resumption of the Bureau of Jewish Education's classes at the National Children's C a r d iac Home was announced this week by A. P. Gannes, director of the bureau. The classes are taught by Miss Dorothy Lightman. 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    ii 1. %  i -1 1 • ; PAGE TWELVE FOUR LABOR ZIONISTS TO GET JNF AWARDS Four Jewish National Fund golden book certificates will be awarded to active workers of the local labor Zionist movement at the Chanukah celebration of the Jewish National Workers alliance 8 p.m. Saturday at the Beach Y Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on the significance of Chanukah. The cultural program will be followed by Chanukah refreshments, The public is invited. Report of the JNWA convention will be given by Jacob Fishman 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Beach Y. Fishman was a delegate to the convention held rccently in New York. New Workmen's Circle Branch Lists Leaders Officers of the newly organized Branch 692Y of the Workmen's Circle were installed last night at the labor lyceum, Miami Beach. Heading the group, which is the English-speaking divisi< n, are Paul Katz, president; Lou Golden and Bill Brody. vice presidents: : Cobern, financial secretary; Sylvia Katz. recording secretary Helen Brody. corresponding secretary; Bill Brody. treasurer: Marsha Sadoff, hospitaler; Beatrice Goldberg, publicity chairman; Leon Cooper, social committee chairman; Bill Brody. press committee chairman. August Claessens, former New York assemblyman, was guest : at the meeting Temple Emanu-El Plans Party for Children A dio broadcast depicting the • •. of the Maccabees will be nted by children of the Temple Emanu-E) religious school Id 30 a in. Sunday at the Chanukah party to be held in the Ft Laud< rdalc Ti n pie. Sp nsors of the show ill be Merle Sanford of Station WFTL and Osi ar Siegel. B'NAI B'RITH DONATES TO NURSES MEMORIAL Contribution of $2,000 to the Nurses National Memorial by the Washington. DC, chapter Of B'nai B'rith was announced this week by Arthur H. Johnson, chairman of the memorial. The B'nai B'rith gift was made' in memory of Lt. Frances Y Slan%  er of Boston. Mass. a Jewish voman who was the first nurse killed in action in the European theater in World War II. To be located in Washington. DC. the memorial will be a national headquarters for medical service women. YPL TO HEAR TALK ON JOB PROBLEMS Members of the Young People's league will her a talk on "Employment Problems of Jewish Youth Today'' given by ,;, r ge Tahanoff. Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation league, when they meet 8:30 p.m. Monday the Miami Beach J< wish Center. A new organization program for the year will be presented by Samuel SI. an, executive dilcitol of the Center. Mrs. Shapiro Invites Group to Latke Party Chanukah will be celebrated in traditional fashion ai the latke party Mrs. Max Shapiro will give Monday evening at her home. 498 S.W. 18th rd.. for members of the Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women's Organisation for Palestine. Mrs Shapiro is chairman of cultural studies for the chapter whose membership is near 100. Part of the 21.000 Pioneer Women in North American, these young women devote JBPAY.tteBu^ Y PLAYERS R Eu Undrr the directi.n YMHA have bcEim ," ol March. u s "netin Groups are now w'''-'-'•niak-C^'' "nine in d ge,echl ning. n ru dayJ TEMPLE MEN'S CLUB TO SEE MOVIE, ELECT The film, "One People," will • „ f, atured at a meeting of the M, • %  elul. of Temple Beth SI olom 8 p n Tl ursday at the Temple. Tl e moviewill be shi wn the courtesy of the Anti11. tion leagued B'nai B'rith. Alex Strauss, sole candidate for I, nt. w ill : e el< cted with ffici Fi llowing the meeting a recep. : : %  %  eld and refn ments will be served. NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! 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    HHHMnBHfl p^i^SS^KS^^^ FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1946 ^t^jstncrildlSmn a Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. POLITICAL NOTES: What is going to happen to the Agency? Many a wellrt ad reader frequently confuses the Jewish Agency executive with hl executive of the World ZionOrcanization under the misthat they are the Actually they are will bring it vory close to j me Zionist conception. DIPLOMATIC NOTES! The decision of the Council of Foreign # Ministers that the go !" "'""n's of Hungary and Rumania turn over heirless Jewish is! appro! i 0 same body • tw0 ,, parate bodies. While the world Zionist execuiive is composed of Zionists only, the Jewish Agency executive is nominally composed of an equal number of Zionists and non-Zionists Usually the non-Zionists in the Agency meet immediately at the conclusion of the World Zionist Congress—at the same place where the Congress has taken place and name their members of the executire However, there will be no meeting of the non-Zionists in Basle after the conclusion of the current Zionist Congress. How, then, will the executive of the Jewish Agency be formed? Who will name the non-Zionist s? This question was disin New York by both and non-Zionist leaders bi fore the Zionist Congress opened The non-Zionists, though entitled to .0 per cent of SS.^fitW bothered, to utilize this right. worl > I behfi the Now the Zioi • .. %  "*> """< %  this ruling that their non-2 • %  ..... _! 2?ta7? J more active in th, l!l And "" ,,< '" : %  ency session of I ., ** *ey I t the no, I h "he pe lomst members ol the Ag ej b. •. ken executive be i rdlu, etaoin shrdlu etaoinenuu organizations not affiliated with As AI>E FEIipiLVL •^ mm MIAMI mpl Israelite to %  nd a repPeering imposed a S400.000 000 reaentative into the Jewish "contribution" upon the Jews Agency execul ke up the \ n Ge rmany after the assassinanon-Zionist membi i This is a departure from the traditional form of selecting nonZionist members which had been in force since the days of Louis Marshal and Felix Warburg The American Jewish Committee, with whom the li a lers of the i world Zion i ment arc negotiating on tl tter is opai,uall .v already been acknowlposed to the change Speakedged by lhe fact ,hat the Allies ing of the American Jewish comall ttwl S22.500.000 from German mittee, it can be predicted that i re P aratl n funds to the Intergovat its annual meeting next month ernm ental Committee on Refugees it will announce a change in its ''"' ""' work of resettlement of policy on Palestine And the displaced Jews. Now the question will be how to embody in the peace treaty with Germany a number of j clauses which will not only guari antee restoration of equal rights to Jews, but also secure financial j | compensation Incidentally, the inside story of the "tight\ | rope walking" which Jewish lead1 crs had to do between rival Eastern and Western blocks at the Paris peace conference in their effort to secure the "Jewish clauses" in the peace treaties with Hungary and Rumania is told in the current issue of the NewPalestine by I. L. Kcnen, execu" live director of the American Jewish Conference ... As between the Anglo-Saxon powers on the one hand and the Slavic countries on the other, "the Jews were in a no-man's land" However, Soviet foreign Minister V. Molotov solved the problem during the meeting of the council of foreign ministers which has just concluded meeting in New York ... He had the Slav bloc agree to a compromise under which heirless Jewish property in Rumania and Hungary would be turned over to local Jewish communities rather than to the proposed International Refugee Organization of the United Nations. I his compromise was acceptable to the Jewish leaders in the United States, since it was in line with their original demands at Paris. LITERARY NOTES: Had Stefan Zweig, the great German-Jewish writer, not committed suicide in 1942 in Brazil, disappointed in a world infected with Nazism, he would have lived today not only to witness the destruction of Nazi Germany, but also the publication of two books in which he was personally interested One is his own "Balzac," the biography of the great French writer which he completed shortly before he took his life The other is his biography "Stefan Zweig," written by his own wife Friderike Zweig and published t by Crowell. Like Zweig's biographies of Marie Antoinette, Mary Queen of i Scots and others, his "Balzac"— \ published by the Viking Press— ; is a fundamental literary portrait. It is a classic on which Zweig worked for many years The PHONE 3-4627 Calling Garment Mfgrs., Laundries Cleaners, Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES, HANGERS, PINS. NEEDLES, SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 162 W. Flagler Street PAGE THIRTEEN volume "Stefan Zweig," although written with a deep feeling of love and devotion, is more of a personal record of Zweig's life than a true analytical portrait of him. We learn that Zweig's grandfather, a prominent Jewish businessman in Ancona, when it was part of Austria, was a banker to the Pope ... His mother never knew the difference between Jew and non-Jew, but died under the Nazi regime persecuted by Hitler's racial laws The book reveals the interesting fact that Zweig owed his literary career to Dr. Theodor Herzl ... It was Dr. Herzl, who, as literary editor of the Neue Freie Presse, the leading newspaper in Vienna, accepted his first articles and encouraged him to write. The book also discloses that Zweig, since his early youth, had an aversion against Christmas trees When Austria became a republic, he was offered a diplomatic post, which he rejected because of his conviction that a Jew occupying a prominent position aroused envy, and thus injured the Jewish people These and other interesting details of Zweig are interestingly told by his wife in a book which will be of interest to Jewish readers since it throws light on Zweig's sensitive Jewish feelings. -tirTt *&*>. 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    i fl inMffiBfffW WTff TMWwffB '> II' ; %  I PAGE FOURTEEN *Jeistncridtori raw. DBCEM t*. „ Use of Electricity Shows Marked Increase Florida's winter season is almost two months ahead of schedule. This was revealed in figures released by McGregor Smith, president of the Florida Power & Light company, which showed that electricity consumption is greater now than it was at the height of the season last year in February. The power company president said that its system peak last Friday night was 236,000 kilowatts, the highest ever, which exceeded the raid-season peak last year by 20.000 kilowatts. New customer connections, another barometer, showed 20.000 more customers today than at this time last year. "Florida's growth is vividly reflected in these statistics." Smith said. He pointed out that an even greater total will be shown when his company is able to get scarce materials for serving new construction. "The scarcity of copper wire, poles and transformers has slowed down these new connections even though the company is fine-combing the nation for these items and has brought poles in from as far as Washington." But along with the optimistic outlook for season business, there came a warning that scarcity of transformers may cause a serious problem in event of a cold snap Smith explained that transformers are used to reduce tin electric current from the high voltage to low for home use When these transformers are overloaded by too much use of electricity in a given neighborhood, they burn out and must be n placed. "In normal times there is no difficulty." he said, "but now there are not enough transformers available for very many replacements We are discouraging use of electric heaters. If a cold spell comes, householders should make sure that the heaters and the electric stove are not in use at the same time for that would put too heavy a load on the transformers which cannot be replaced. If the lights in your house crow him. that's a sign the load is getting too heavy and you should turn off your electric heating appliances." The power company president said thousands of transformers are on order but scarcity of materials makes their early delivery highly improbable. Obituaries CHARLES Mrs. Rat Charles, 12, ol <•''<: Nau tllus Jr., Miami Beach, died Saturdaj MM earns here five year* ago from Chicago. Surviving are her hushanu. Karl A. Charleaj three daughters, including Mrs Eunice Horowlti ana MIHS Joan Charles, three sisters, Mr Milton Dine. Mrs Harold U an.l Mrs. Sidney Backs, all o Ml ll.a.h. ami four brothers. Serylc.-i were h.>M in Temple Israel, MM Riverside Memorial chapel in charge oi arrangements. KORMAN Mrs, Minnie Korman, r 92a Fifth St., Miami Ueai h, '""I Saturda) She came here foui yean igo "/;''' New Sfork three daughu Bui \ i*:" ai %  a son an ,,f whom, Mr* Minnie Flcher, lives R( Miami K>. h The %  •!% was ceni t" N; >"' h the Rlverclde Memorial chapel Richard Wartell Named Army Fiscal Officer M-Sgt Richard H. Wartell. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Wartell, 1579 Meridian BVe„ has been named fiscal SLOSBERO I/.uls II Sloaberg, 15. ot caj ne i>i\ %  alaters, Mrs r*annle lutcl ami Miss Harrlel Hlosberg, Miami l'""" 1 h, anu ,i slater In Lakeland I'l.i SCHULTZ Mrt Ida Behulti. 70, of 1361 Mvr\ I u av* Mil 'each, died i .lav. She cam.here I from New fork husband, Harry, son Stt \ lcs w i i Riverside Memorial ha pel M DUX Celebrate Holiday A special Chanukah program was presented by the Dux club Wednesday evening at the Miami Y. Chanukah lights were kindled and a talk on the significance of the holiday was given by Dan Rosenthal, activities director of the Y. Games and dancing followed. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS HaVC your root repaired now| you will cave on c new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Life Incurance EcUtee Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Inc. Co. •07 Blccayne Blda. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-MI1 TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUQK and MARL. Any Mixture No Sheila or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind, Landscaping Estimatea All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 8. W. 21il Terraca MAGRILL Coleman Magrlll, I, of 151 First si formi stand ai N E -• S i: i' %  three years %  "<"']\\ WarI veteran h" %  rhattanooya, Ti ni • ., lurvlvlng are his father, Kilns J Miami, and six broth" n and •• • lers Bervlcee wen I,, Rabbi Max Bhaplrn ni nord f • ,: i me ind bj ihi \ %  legion al Ml Si bo HERZ M r Martha Hi r, 92 %  • I ''.' Wi-dnesday at h.r home, n-i N 4nd si She imi • Miami I !, from New for" v "" Mn Sadie Herachfleld, M Services wi % % %  hi Id li I i .. il Home chapel ROSENBERG Morris Rosenberg. 55, • %  '-" v u Si i ,,x. died Mnnda; Hi D years ago and onerati %  ai imhrella repali shop at 512 N W %  avi HIwife, Mrs Vetts %  i • i ,-i con and a daughti i I The bod> was sei I In Sew v • ii b) the i loi don Puni i al home BROWN l-hlliv Brown, 52 of I Mn Fifth st Miami Reach, died Monday Survlv ii L;i %  his wife, Mn Lena Rmwi Mas a nd Ram, and a dnngh., • Miss l v • '> • firm* n, ill of Ml iml i:. I %  ti s. %  i • wen held I ll Rlvi r d( Memoi lal rl RAND MrRnphle Rand of 44 151 -i M nml Ri HI h died Mi iid •• Bi • had liv • -I hi re ".' veari ren indm '•' %  Monrla: • R l II • \ Rand, Miami Reach, sun RANKER Mrs Ida Panker, 64, died T u laj Bhe MM fi"in Ni v• k I• i• i^,. .ii -i ii\ ,-d at '. J" i %  \. i\,', Miami Reach Burvlvlnc. are hei husband, Mori Is i %  • .-.• %  .-. A I ind Lennai d Panhei u I n •! mghti i Mrs. Bertha Mini ilellli Rea Riverside Memoi lal ranged foi • %  New 1 SCHAFFER Harry s. haft. • • • %  • died Tuesday II, moved hen ihn years ago from B| i fli l M IKI FUVI de Memoi al for cervices h R PASCUL Isadore pasenl, • • %  f 251 Washington avi Miami I died Tuesdaj He moveil here four ears ago from i %  .-• ) %  < vlvlng ire hi wlf. v | p ind two sons Norman and i Ml" ami Reach Services n In Hlvei side Memorial rh pel wltl Ral |,| | rv I"C l^-hrnian nffli |R| %  %  Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialist! On BUICK and HUPMOBILE Body, Fenders and Painting Top, and Seat Covers 125 N. E. 13th STREET officer at the Loi Alamos, N. M.. Army post. Before taking over ins (1 ii t i e i .it Los A 1 .i m o B, Wai tell was fiscal auditor for the Manhattan pioji it for four m II n t h s in W a % % % %  i n gton, I). C. II e w ;i s in charge of the payroll r e i m burs* tin nt tion of the Pleasantville Constructors, Inc., m Nassau f o r a period of six months in 1942. During 1943, he was chief project auditor for the government in Bclem, Brazil. Wartell was inducted into the Army in 1944 ami later served at Oak Ridge, T. %  nn as acting business manager of the Oak Ridge %  iiicii and Welfare association. He arrived at Los Alamos m March of the same year and was government auditor there until September, 1945. SHRINE GRID TILT AIDS CRIPPLED CHILDREN The greatest pre-game and hetween-half pageant in the history of Florida football, will be presented next Wednesday mht in the Orange Bowl stadium. This will highlight the outstanding interscctional high school football classic between the two great unbeaten elevens of Classical High of Lynn, Mas. and Granby High of Norfolk, Va. Remaining tickets for the end battle and pageant, sponsored by the Main Temple Shi me of Miami for the benefit of its crippled children's fund and other local charities, are available at the PEC offices in the Ingraham bldg. and at the Homy I Ma/a hot, 1 ALUMINUM BLINDS Especially Desirable For This Climate You may have the regular blinds, of course, but many l1 pr< fer the Aluminum. They an long-lasting and do not cost any more. Speciaal attention to out-of-town ordi :. Write for prices.' PROMPT DELIVERY AUGUST BROS ftwi fa the BEST' X WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glawware Chinaware Silverwar. Steam Table*—Coffee Urn*—Ranges Fryeri—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301311 Wathi Mami Beach. Rabbi MOMS Mescheloff, Canlor Louis D. F*d' 0n "'' "American Youth and Palestine" will be the theme of th Zionist Actions committee services at 8:30 p.m Guest srJ ? oun t be Charles Freefield with Al Curson. Ed Boyer. Uavi; L%h WlU Saul Genet leading the scriptural and responsive ieadine c?^ 11 a.m.; intermediate youth service 9 -, mb,ab bath ii..',' • J ur "or mn' service, 830 negation, 10 a.m., followed by a kiddush S. J. Freedman in charge. Mincha at 5 Bible "'or con-' Sudos at which Rabbi Mescheloff will speak ,',n th'c'^--^ 8 ^* 1 week. Potion of thj MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 s w 17th are, Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabalos Shabbos. 5:15 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8 15 Dm dedicated to the Jewish Social Service bureau. Mrs. Btniam Movers, president of the bureau, will speak. (The f„rum was can celled last week due to inclement weather.) The Talmud Torah choir led by Joseph Malek will accompany Cantor Bcrelc Ktlemw in liturgical and Palestinian selections. Hillel Sabbath service 9 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Dedicating Our Youth" Cantor Kelemer will chant the prayers. Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed bv ShaloS Sudos. Junior service. 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Fred Oehs and Mrs. Emanuel Karger as hostesses Bar Mit/va breakfast sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Adler 8:30 a.m. Sunday with Mrs. Leo Rotenberg and Mrs. Ochs as hostesses. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. "Youth Accepts the Challenge" will be the theme of a d. cussion to be held by the Debbs chapter. B'nai B'rith Girls, at services. 8:15 p.m. Participating will be Berenyee Badanes, president. Paula Lachs and Irene Jacobs. Following the services, Mr. and Mrs Abraham Kasow will be hosts at a reception in honor of I wedding anniversary. Sabbath service. 8:30 a.m.. and student services, 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Shapiro will speak en "ReconM nation" in observance of Chanukah. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weasel will be hosts at the Bar Mitzva breakfast club sponsored by the j P-TA. 8:45 a.m. Sunday in honor of the birthday of their son, Buddy. During the assembly, 11 a.m. Sunday, a Chanukah playlet will be presented by the students of the Sunday school. Parents have been invited. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "The Peace That Is Death" at services at 8 15 p.m. tonight. Saturday morning services will be held at 9 am Rabbi Lehrman will preach on tin weekly portion of the law The Bar Mitzva of Rubin, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel H Ball's, will be observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. SUBlay morning. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sixty-one new members will be honored at tin rV d.,> service. 5:15 p.m.. which will have a Chanukah heme R->bb,Z^tman will preach on "Light of a New Day." Judge Harold :B.Spa* president of the Temple; Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, p.esident of Sisterhood; Louis CUman. president of the Mens club, and a rep ntative of the Youth group will participate in the %  serv reception sponsored by the Sisterhood Will i follow with tte* dames Adolph Werthe.mcr. H. F. Fisher. Stella Hantn-an. Ben amm Landau and Harold B. Spaet serving as hostesses _""-JW !" Lewis will light the candles and say Che blessing. Sabbath service, 11 a 111. Saturday. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beacn. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Canlor Samuel Kelemer. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Jewish Youth at the Crossroads' at services, 8:13 p.m. tonight. Sabbath service, 10 45 a m. ^ ,u u •,[ Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical p.rt ons a services. First monthly luncheon honoring bn-thdaV s c u Ol the religious school will be held at the Francis K. Fowu' rant following the birthday service at 10:4o a.m. in The luncheons are sponsored by the P-TA. "LIFE" Magazine: "Her audience was convulsed called back until all she could do was gasp she was plain tired and wanted New York "TIMES : £ ought to travel ... on ne trail of the various balW companies o restore sanity. —John Martin. to go home." THE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS i KITCHELL COMIC DANCE FIND OF THE YEAR "TIME" Magazine: ". masNew York "PM": ^nfcl tered techniques of all da"" w • %  ballet styles." evening. December 28. 1946 Miami Beach High Sc Adm. $3.00 (Tax Incl.) AUSPICES: YM fc WHA OF MIAMI BEACH. 1 LJ FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5 5319



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    / D ECEMBER 20, 1946 ,^^0^1 Closes BS Juvenile Finals l ta V ',„iilu.ls iind race compefe since its opening on Nov. r5 move to the clow of M I 1 •! greatest meetlnp in h.s| ,: ^Thursday, Dec. 26. Bis" !,,,„„! meeting of 44 K Will open April 4 and conLfflESie nal races of the ani Juvenile championship, an Bt going for more than $5,000 Krses to be the richett puppy JeTever run on a kennel club *Tte Mmi-finali are slated for tonight and the rich Juvenile ffpionship finals on Dec^M. \ special 10-race card has been Arranged for Tuesday and Wed. dav W ith the closing nights card being a salute to the broaching Orange Bowl football classic Biscayne'i managing direct r, Joe H. Adams, is an Bowl committee member. Another highlight of the olospi mises to be one or between the two • nal racers since Nov. 15, Rollei and Sandy Roll, r.,iticinal start of the last year, Flashy Sir. With ih' nightly 10-race schedules starting at p.m. each even;ni r. the crowds continue to jam |il,,nt that is rolling along <>n a $190,000 to $200,000 pite several nights of inclement weather. First, second and thud choices are dominating the cards to give Biscayne another meeting of notable formful racing. TO PORTRAY MIMI Jtni*.t fir rid/gun ISSB to Aid Students In Social Work Career An information service for ^udents interested i n social work as a career has been establuhed by the Jewish Social Semce bureau, according to Charles Cohen, executive director. The bureau is concentrating on encouraging young people irom the local community to enter the profession, and on recruiting the JSSB staff in this area, he said. Students may consult with Cohen at the bureau's office. 127 N.W. Second st PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he under-signed, cliring to engage In uuHlneBH under the fictitious name of M.NDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144 %  W. Eighth Btreet, intends to register raid name with the deck of the ueult Court of Dude Cnuntv, Florida MV,., ,,l:N ltV II. PENCHAN8KY MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. •27 1/3-10-11 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring t,, engage In iiu.vin.sunder the fictitious name of ROYAL POINCIANA REST.U'RANT. at i::\ K, \v. J7th Avenue, Miami, la, Intend to register said name with the (Jierk of the Circuit Court of '-••!•County, Florida, RUDOLF BBOEEST MARTHA BEGEEST AMOS BENJAMIN, Attorney for Rudolf Martha Begeest, "" Olympla Bldg., Miami 32. 12 20 27 I '3-10-17 Role of the fragile Mimi will be portrayed by Marita Farell, soprano star of the Metropolitan Opera association, when the Miami Opera Guild pn i nl La Boheme" in January Sholem lodge, B'ruii B'rith, will sp the Jan. 14th performance which will feature a full symphonj chestra and eh.mm at thi Miami Senior Ilijih School auditorium. Tickets, priced from S3.60 to $4.80. may be reserved with Marx Feinberg, chairman of the opera committee, at 405 Congress bid",. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Saperstpin Annnml^J iderslgned, desiring to engage In uvij-eiaiein Appointed inder the flcUtlous name ol Albert I Qnnnrci l -i ALLAPATTAH PROPERTIES, In the J %  %  tanl %  Miami. I-' la, Intend to reg: : inistrator for the '"' : ""' ~'"' 1 %  '"" %  "'"> e Clerk city of Mia. B rida. ClreuU Courl "' ; "'" County> assistanl city attorney Jan. l. A late of the Uni\ | Miami law school, he practiced law in DetM.it four .-.ens and pi the Florida bar last fall. He has been a city employee tor five AW MEYERS WEINSTEIN ANNA BRENNER MEYERS •' i 3-10-17 SEASONS GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-3163 School Children See Puppet Show at Party A costume play will highlight the Chanukah party for ch of the religioui school ol Temple Beth Sholom to be held 11 a.m. Sunday at the Tempi', 4144 Chase ave. A puppet show will be presented by Mrs. Samuel Palenu r ai d finals in the "dreidel" contest will be held. Refreshments will be served. -;,JANISCHEIVET MAT/0 MEAL Memo for sutra Chonukoh joyr fluffy. feather-light pancake* better-tailing every time mod* with hi fint o matio meeli ,k.> I I C,A N UK^vATKlron— onion IW Ki.i.o'" J -nor 0O*' nO \ and d.o. M IV] ioD'cipoo o"r-" un "' b W I ERANCH ? crRVUS I a esp eciaMy **P on and Korea You can stil. wriSe these tickets in the Regular Army N> enlisting in the new Regular Army for 3 years you have two very important privileges: ... You may choose any branch of service wnw i i i qnotai to be filled. Also, you may select to serve m cei • everscai theaters which still have openings. New higher pay, education, training, experience, trai W all a part of modern Army life. Gel the facts at your u S. Army Recruiting Station. JOUR REGULAR ARMY SIRVIS "" NATION AND MANKIND W WAR AND PEACE A oooo IOB ton rou U. S. Army CHOOtC "*. %  _. l( ,*OftSSlOH HOW, U. S. POST OFFICE ROOMS 302-303 WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS Oo^STa^) Multiple Viumlu until tomorrow. „ptul NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ii rti-rslgncd, desiring to engage In us under tinfictitious name of SIXTY-SECOND BTREET PROPERTIE8, in the City ..f Miami, Florida, I to reglstei the said name with iin > i.ru ..f th.Circuit Court i.r bade nunty, l-'ici Ida JERRY WEINSTEIN BENJAMIN MEYERS ROBERT BRENNER HERMAN II. BRENNER 12/20-27 l/:!-l"-i7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In inder the fictitious name of TROPICAL TRADERS, al tit N. W. 12th Ave Miami, Pla., Intendi in register said name with the i'i..rk of the Circuit Court nf Dade county. Florida. REBA BALSAM. 12 L'"-:'T 1 :: 10-17 Sole owner. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEANING COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd Btroet, Miami, Ela., Intends to regibter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY KAHN Sole Owner. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUN HAY SPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, at 2163 N. \V. Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Oounty, Florida. IRVING BIRNBERO HARRY MILDNER, Partners. LESTER LA SKY, Attorney for Applicants. 1105 Congress Bldg. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of "•UI.IJNS FISH MARKET, at 604 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AL RENNERT HARRY EDEI.MAN SOIiOMON BRAUNSTEIN Partnera. HERMAN M. BERK, Attorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In BS under the fii titlous name of VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2970 N. W. Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla., Ini*nd to register said name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. fJLARENCE .1. WALLACE SAMUEL KI.KSi II Co-owners. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants. II 29 12/6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business Ulid-r the fictitious name of FLORIDA UPHOLSTERY SUPPLY CO., In the City of Miami. Florida, i to register the said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of %  | County, Florida. HERBERT HOFFMAN BETTY HOFFMAN EDWARD 11. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicants. 11 29 12 6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS, at 3491 R W. 17th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD SCHINI JACK N. WEST HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants, Congress Bldg. 11/29 12-6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OCEAN BLUE HOTEL, at 334 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH W. GELFMAN BESSIE GELFMAN SAMUEI RUBIN, Atorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 11 & H BATTERIES, at 4601 N. W. 22nd Ave., Dade County, Fla., intend to register said name with the clerk ,.f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD B. ColIEN HAROLD 0. VanDAM ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants. 12 13-20-27 1/3-10 NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in inder the fictitious name of CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Fla.. Ini. ii.l lo register said, name with the fjlerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade inty, Florida. __ MORRIS CRAVIS. ETHEL CRAVIS. Co-Owners. SAMUEL RUBIN, Attorney for Applicants. : jO-27 1/8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in „ under ""^teUtlojw nama el HERMAN'S VALET, "t 1390 8. W. "th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend to r said name With the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade County. '' '•' %  HERMAN KALER ELINOR KALER %  mi PILVER. attorney for Applicants, liog Congress Bldg. I, .,, 12/8-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ,l .undersigned, desiring to engage In Florida. „ AN BCHREIBER. WA !" Sole Owner. \t \X I! SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. H/M-29 1 2'6-I3-2Q Tv rnFNTY .IITMiES COURT '-"DAP!: .'VNTY FLORIDA ,„ ,..,,„. .^VlNW. CHESHIRE. Final DMharn as §gSBI, >*; '•""", "' ,i,.t on the 16th da>of eased: and that !" l y t0 the '""'.' W Qo,h h d* l Ilr nf November. 1946. Thl of%nLEY H CHESHIRE "' ^i Executor of the estate „V John W. Cheshire. "^fcafHgW* .1/22-29 12/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at 7932 N. E. Second Avenue Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL SILVERBLATT. Owner. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RESTAURANT, at 655 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE KOSHER RESTAURANT. INC.. a Florida Corporation SAM SHEMISH. Pres. SAMUEL GOTTFRIED. Sec. MILTON FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Applicants. 12/6-13-20-27 1/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at 2049 N. Miami Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. „„„„,_ ROBERT KNOBEL. Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 13668 „.„„ Re: Estate of ELMER J. BLENIS. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISNOT1CE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of ELMER J. BLENIS. del-eased; and that on the 16th day of December. 1946, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of Elmer J. Blenis. deThlS 20th day of November 1946. WILLIAM GEERY Administrator. MAX R. Sn.VER. Attorney for Administrator. 11/22-29 12/6-13-20 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 17065 „ ., Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISNOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of DAVID K. REED, debased and that on the 23rd day of December, 1946, will apply to the lion W. F Blanton, County Judge of bade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as £xeoutrlx of the estate of David K. Reed, deceased. This 18th day of November, 1948. ESTHER K. REED Executrix of the Estate of David K. Reed, deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executrix. 11/22-29 12/6-1S 1 I \* 1 i I — —^^^^^^H



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    ft fe j BfflJ nB^H I ,.. .. f \Y %  %  PAGE SIXTEEN *Je#lst>flcridfori IHTOA^DECEMBER HOSPITAL I • %  .. %  i. The Mt. Sinai Hospital Building Fund Campaign Mt. Sinai Hospital will be a non-sectarian general hospital operated under Jewish auspices. Campaign goal is $2,500,000. According to the survey of Dr. Jacob J. Golub. this is the minimum amount needed to begin construction of an efficient, modern hospital Present campaign for $2,500,000 is exclusively for the building and equipping of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Campaign will be formally launched December 15. 1946. and will end April 15. 1947. Ground is expected to be broken for the new hospital in early fall of 1947. It is hoped it will open in 1948. The entire Jewish community of Greater Miami, also winter residents, visitors and vacationists, will be solicited for funds. It is anticipated that approximately one-half of the hospital's accommodations will be devoted to semi-private and ward patients. The hospital site has not yet been determined. It will be centrally located and easily accessible to patients and doctors from Miami and Miami Beach. Alton Road Hospital will be operated by Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc., as the Alton Road Hospital and only as a stop-gap operation until Mt. Sinai opens its doors. Alton Road Hospital will open in January. 1947. as a 50-bed institution. First payment on hospital pledges may be made in December. 1946. Although payments may be made over a three-tax year period, it is necessary that the total sum of $2,500,000 be pledged during the campaign so that the Board of Trustees can be assured of having the necessary money to purchase the site and begin building operations. Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc., has been accepted as a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Any gift of $1,000 or over can be a permanent dedication. A schedule of dedication opportunities is available covering every part of the hospital from a bed to an entire wing. This campaign will succeed if contributors will set their giving standards to the magnitude of the Mt. Sinai Hospital undertaking. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 1002 Congress Building. Miami 1660 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach FOSSETT'S THIS SPACE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COOPERATION OF PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ETHICAL DRUGGISTS Largest in the South—27 Years 168 S. E. First Street Phone 2-7691 I



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    L MCBMBEH 20, 1946 NAPKIN PROJECT TO BENEFIT BETH^AVm *^'hl n t jiidliicinn PAGE SEVENTEEN SEASON'S GREETINGS Certified Poultry & Egg Company 41 N. W. 10th Street OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 9 0 6 7 6 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. W. 8th Street eph I. Bermann (third from left), president oi the Belh David Sisterhood, coalers with of ,he club's napkin project on results to date in the fund-raising wok ^ento E names are embroidered within the Mcgen David on each linen square heTanking |be assemb ed into a hug. banquet cloth use a, Beth David events Shown w^MrT B ann are (left to right) Mrs. Maurice Sager. treasurer of the project; Mrs. BeT Fssen .airman.Mrs. Bernard Sterlma. chairman, and Mrs. Max Bergman, reservation chairman [the donor luncheon to be held at the Roney Plaza at the conclusion of the project. -Photo by Philip A. Feldman. SEASON'S GREETINGS DOBBS SERVICE STATION 475 41s. Street Road Service 3 9134 WASHING POLISHING — LUBRICATION TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES singer-Pancoast Second Season J (Jrossinger-PailCOaBt hotel liami Beach has opened for •cond season enhanced by a i decorated and furnished and a sparkling, postwar n. l Grossing! r has been namLnagmc director of the MiIBeach hotel by his parents, and Jennie Grossinger, i famed resort at Ferndale, [which hears their name. feer members <>f the staff ini .: Horowitz, executive .:.:. Leslie Super as resident iger and Miss Nan Cohen, again as social director. Joe ir.an is superintendent of Re. Miding td the Grossinger n. the kitchen will be run I strictly kosher plan. The (tth will be observed and kly lervices will be held by i Stone. peational facilities include a ished card room, a 420 feet : beach, cabana club, shuf:d courts and the palmPancoast park. ^.indpipor room latthe hotel Saturday eve[ featuring Joss Cortez and :'. orchestra. JKAH GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN |ALL ... A MOST tfPY CHANUKAH CAR RIB NOVELTY CO. pported and Domestic Novelties 1 306 Congress Building PHONE 3-0110 BE ST WISHES FOR H *PPY CHANUKAH Fncha Restaurant F N. Miami Avenue J taUl M,au Our Specially We Serve Parti., On Hequeit p HONE 2-9210 Two Men Sought Here By Desertion Bureau Information concerning t h e whereabouts of Sam (Sol) or Aron and Joseph Pel' also known as Joe Feldman or Jake Fried, is being sought by the National Desertion Bureau. Aaron, a painter, is alleged to be living in Florida. A native of Austria, he is 5 ft. 11 in. tall. weighs 190 lbs., has blonde dark hair, light complexion, grey eyes and is around 43 years old. He is being sought by his family, a wife and two sons, currently iiving in the Bronx, N. Y. Joseph Peltzman. sought „n behalf of his minor daughter, Florence, who is living with her mother in Brooklyn, was born in Russia on July 4, 1897. He is 5 ft. 10 in. tall, weighs 240 pounds, has light brown hair, blue i usually works as a ladies' coat operator or counterman. Anyone knowing the loeati >n of these men is requested to communicate the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th st., New York city. SEASON'S GREETINGS "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" LINCOLN ROAD CHANUKAH GREETINGS ? o Aril. 25*17 T DAN CHAPPEL HOLIDAY GREETINGS i(! J. B. FORD GENERAL CONTRACTOR 307 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-3508 AOGUST BROS Hyp ? ir'the BESTf u %  SEASON'S GREETINGS To Jewry, ACE-SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3898 N. E. Second Avenue CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES A Service Institution Phone 7-6677 EVERYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON SEASON'S GREETINGS It. T. JEFFRIES of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY 1.1. DISTRIBUTORS OF VAN MERRITT BEER 2101 N. W. 22nd Street PHONES 2-0351-2-4404 Miami, Florida TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS CHANUKAH GREETINGS KENMDRE HOTEL AMERICAN PLAN OPERATION STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE KITCHEN 1050 Washington Avenue 5-6621 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH HERB FRINK YOUR MIAMI BEACH MAYOR SEASON'S GREETINGS Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pinetree Drive MIAMI BEACH 11 i



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    PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jeisl>ncr**to£. !" 5^ECEMBER PANORAMA By DAVID SCHWARTZ I have a little imaginary daughter and like all children she asks many questions. Isn't that the great difference between children and grown ups? The children are always asking questions. It is not the hardening of the arteries so much that is the sign of age, as it is the hardening of attitudes. 'Yes," I said, "that was a miracle, but there was a greater miracle performed at the same time. The Jews had only a small number of men fighting the mighty Antiochus. the mad man. with his great war machine. Judas Maccabeus raised a standard. 'Who i Like Unto Thee, 0 Lord and As long as you are inquisitive, cal i cd U pon those willing to sacinterested, searching, you are rfflce all. to come to his standard. voung, no matter what your age| and the small number ol brave is or at least you are younger me n threw bark the enemy and than your age. saved the Jews and Judaism, and My" little g.rl saw me putting you might say they even saved the Chanukah candles close by Christianity too, or If thi Jew the window. "Why don't you put had been destroyed them on the mantle piece?" she asked. I told her that Char.ukah can dies were required to be placed would have been no Christianity. "Now," I continued, "you know i ne of the great lessons of Chanukah, why we should place lights seeking to bring the refugee* to ££ tine W e will teU about that ]lU ( g ir l, you read about to the P.,—. Who jumped overboard and tried to swim <> shore, we SS tell Of the brave Palost.n.an J.Wi who swam in a withering British fir, to prevent a British fhip from taking back the refugees. Yes. it iS a great ep.e story. Wo a re I near it to realize its grandeur." Mv little girl paused for a momen t Then she said. •'Tomorrow, you will lighl a second Chanukah candle, w there will be more "''Ye*, I Bald, "let us hope there will be more light tomorrow. The kindling of Chanukah The first oV^^ 5511555 lights was prohibited in the third never occur ^ Chani *ah century of the Christian era in year it occurred Tue % Persia because the fire-worshipI u was 0 on Wedn^ ping Magians. to whom fire was I the Chanukah h h UStom, sacred, were in power. | house. ** out al c 11. -; wctv reouireci 10 u> ^'u"- %  %  -%  I:,',',,. ^Ihcwmdows that people by the windows that Peopl outside may see them. "Whv?" she asked. "Because." I said, "the rabbis believed that these little candles conveved a great truth and inspiration and so all should see them." ••But they are very little candles." she said, "they only convey light a short distance." • Mv child." I said, "when you grow'up. vou will find that even a little light is not to be despised. The whole world might be pitch dark and yet with the light of a little cai die you could see your way through it from one end to the other. Sometimes a little light saved the whole world. Char.ukah commemorates this very thing. "You know." I contmued, "the passing may see them and take heart, that all of us may realize that even though we are small and think ourselves weak, we may yi t be a force, if truth, and right are with us." "It's the same thing in Palestine today." my little daughtei said "What do you mean"" I asked. "Well, the Jews are small. The British have a bigger army, haven't they?" "Yes." I said, "they h.,v, "Yet the Jews are fighting' there." "Yes." I replied. "Then the Jews in Palestine today are also Maccabeans," she said. "I think you are quite right in IOU RIIUW, •% %  ---• vour logic," I said. "Today we can Jewish law is tl at il > u have no understand these Maccabeans of money to buy Chanukah candles. ..ij bPt ter. because tlaj %  e same While the actual meaning of Chanukah is dedication because the Temple was : .dedicated during the events which the holiday commemorates, among the many explanations advanced for the origin of the name Chanukah is that it comes from Chanok. or Enoch, a character in Genesis. the great great great greatgrandsi n of Adam, who lived Jb5 years and who is associated by mystics with light because his years on earth equalled the number of days in the sun's journey. you must go and borrow it. You Lipposed to borrow for candles. You are not supposed to borrow anything for kind of fight is taking place." 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    L pECEMBCTjO. 1946 JEWS IN SPORTS ByH ASKF.LL COHEN icobs recovers from illness it is ex*S that he w iU the role Mike serious ir.ue e promoter. .astheexci unning Garden court Holman spok,uuu ior his sharo ,.f „,,;. 1, — ^ length on the role of ,poS m £ !" f" %  !" Columcurriculum of th„ in,ti.,„„.„ I •"* f monev h, : U : '" lu,t s,d awa V ^ the for his Boxing lent of best Mike r^atcVhimself at all •itement prevalent boxing shows is not l0 the health of one buffered a cerebral hem[fremarkable how the conjacobs-baiters among the „ have let up on Mike durKSst week's confinement. r vered by many sports ediJ the New York area, Mike have their respect I. promotir.C ability. 11 far from the cleanest sports te world but no one can say Lb; hasn't been responsible [pulling the Kame up to its eminent status. He has mos t of the racketeers out Garden and handles his notion with a skill hitherto pown am'" 12 the fight gentry old, calculating, and disagreet character. Jacobs has gained [respect of his enemies, too. It the recei t beefsteak dinner |, e New York Boxing Writers' iciaticn the scribes were jurprised to see Abe leii, president of the National Association, rise and ask assembly to join him in praythe boxing mongul. That lone should pray for a boxing jtoter was unheard of and at J to pray for Mike Jacobs was linkable. But there they were tding and praying for Jacobs, I hard boiled ticket broker. • • bat was a nice speech Nat man made or. the Garden court Ireen halves of the City Col10 game last week which tratid the centennial anniary of the founding of the With members of the City ktic teams lined up on the v h may bet .. • j out 01 • .... curriculum of the institution A ?' rather funny crack by a threw the press section h t ., panic as the members of %  • v probably ball squad were announce! rh, "B nan ;; boys, one carrying a football ur.,i '-' ,n 't been doing too well ; n der his arm, entered the arena tootba U but if you scanned their from the 50th Street side. As he weel up you ,. K nol I: to lure Sid away from the Bears; however, Halas can be very persuasive himself when the occasion demands. S sauntered across the court, the a ^arnol ... Eagle i wag shouted: "Two to one hi One of the monarchs of the Chazars, a South Russian people who were converted to Judaism in the eighth century, was named Chanukah. w vai*. ||. f v a *• %  •'in. i %  | fumbles." City's grid teams havi The traditional Chanukah dreidel's four Hebrew letters on each side—Nun, Gimmel, Hay and Shin—are the initials of the Hebrew words Hess Godol Hoyoh Shorn, meaning, "a great miracle occurred there," the miracle being the eight days during which the oil burned in the Temple. never equaled the record of mo t i .. J rusalem was liberated •• the Turks on Chanukah from 1917, ;. ghts hoop squads. In fact they are ": < %  „. Txn.^l'T m !i known to be the weakest football p ;iVj •* A1 tnby h f u v 'ne entered outfit in the F. a st v tar ln and ... city during the Feast of rumoi ; rt war era. leirpla .' • %  is alma mat %  to C ..asn't : .... thing i tain, hi the N.V Lc-Jair Teachers college. Sch„ ,. ,.. ~ h r ,' .s had to be married. ., tei knocked off Montclair outfit in the East, year in and year out. This being the post basketball coaches h pect anything from the Nat Holman, coach at City College, was confronted with a ni w excuse for a player mis %  game last week when Paul Scl mones begged off playing ... Montclair Teachers college. mones City big score the team dressed riedly and rushed to Schmones %  %  ances l l ,i ine •niuht fnrrp %  reception. Holman ,s look„.,. Sid :/ ward to two more wedding, on his „ „„„,,....,,. k : : squad when Milt Greenberg and „, b „ knock( Hilty Shapiro join the Ust of starts 6 Sid ,.„., benedicts within the next few go i n g „, hang aroun weeks. >At thirty, he is beini Speaking of weddings let's not forget that Georgie Abrnms inter-1 rupted his honeymoon to take on Marcel Cerdan, the French Tiger in a humdinger of a middleweight bout. Cerdan won the duke but Georgie did so well the Garden is clamoring for a rematch sometime in March. 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    PAGE TWENTY +JeistFlcridliar) i •J (Copyright, 194. 8ven Art* Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL. OBITUARY: I should tell you about aj president of two store* that nobleman among the Jews. He has been dead about two weeks, but an obituary needn't be a matter of the moment of a man's death. The saddest thing about obituaries is that they are for one edition or. maybe, a couple editions of the newspaper. All that a man did and lived for is publicly dismissed between the hours of one newspaper issue hare to do with women's ap parel. The morning he died, when I came to the newspaper office where I work. I found the young reporter who handles obituaries writing about him. He asked me: "Did you know Adolph Rosenberg who died this morning?" I looked over his shoulder. He had written: "Adolph RoWttthe hours or one newspapei ishue %  • %  r ^, A and the next. Tomorrow the bft prewdent ofG dMugs and piece of paper that contained the the Pans store. d>ed suddenh this story of his life will be flying !" ..„. awav on a breeze in the street. I chUtod the you h That Awhile ago. in a mood of curitot the way to, start >'•'> ositv I stopped a piece of newsHis being president of GWdjng p'per f.ultenng along the paveand the Pans .tore was the least ment. What. I asked myself, was of him „,„„-„• n ri this stray fragment carrying? As Yes. Adolph ^fa"*gM a newsman I had long entertained vate business was extra-curricumelancholy reflections on the, lar. you might say. to his ma n evanescence of what a man writes purpose of being a noMemar,ta for the daily press. Jewry. He gave more than half L .." T1 mtMm nt his time to it. He made it a There .was: The scrap of dedication ,,„ unders tood what paper in the wind earned the it meant to be a Jew It had to hfe and works of one ol out ^ ||fc hat WM jn notable citizens who had just d,ed^ The newspaper had made !" ewigh teaching with thc much of his Passing. He was a in wh ,, h Jewa would banker, an industrialist. There* porter wrote there was no est mate of the astronomical figures Of his wealth. It was all in the wind now. So it pleases me to do the rare thing: to write the obituary of a man after he has been gone sevI weeks; to look at him m perspective, unlike the reporter who to write of him in a hurry, in the hour of death. Besides, to write about a good man even two or three weeks after his th may suggest that his good ks do live after him and confer upon him the only immortality man can lie sure of. This man was Adolph Rosenberg. In our town (Cincinnati) he was a leading business man. GREETINGS For The HOLIDAY SEASON IDA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Upholsterinq 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 (It made no sense of a Jew to take his ideals aside as a private possession for his private comfort and delight. He must join in the synagogue with all the other Jews to carry the light of Jewish ideals into the world.) Judaism was no exclusive selfservice for the conveniences of Jews. It was a mission to carry the lights of the Torah to the ways of all men and to join it with the lights of other men of lined will who are going in the same way toward the brotherhood of man Adolph Rosenberg was no scholar in Israel but the DUllness man who thought out his way of being Jewish. By th.s he lived and worked. Before noon each day he put his business aside to gto the office of the Union Of American Hebrew Congregations of which he was the president. Coats and dresses could wait. Mr. Rosenberg felt ihe had more important concerns than that in his function as a Jew dedicated to help establish Judaism in the United States as j an ethical and spiritual way of life Jewish ideals, as expressed in Jewish religion, were central in his concept of being a Jew. In the Union of American Hebrew Congregations he could be helpful toward furthering this cencept. This was the better job and there was scarcely a day when he wasn't at it. He was a non-Zionist but his heart was warm for Palestine and its upbuilding as a good home for the homeless. He was no antiZionist, for to be anti-Zionist would mean to take part in one of the dissensions of Israel. The controversies in Jewry saddened him. When Israel should be marching in unity before the eyes of its enemies. Israel was in warfare against itself. Israel was stopping along the way for angry controversy. In his high place as president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Adolph Rosenberg was the conciliator between the contenders in Israel. A Most Happy Chanukah Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fred and Herbert Abrams Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 A man of peace among the few whose feet are bright on the mountainside, the bearers of good tidings of peace. He was at his Jewish function the day before he died. As usual, he had put away his business affairs, had gone to his desk at the Union of American Hebrew Congregations which was his daily altar. He had been ailing for some years and maybe he should have gone home to rest after his daily stint at his business, but through five years he chose to take on his double duty—the few hours at his business, then his service: to his religious faith which he gave feely through the afternoon. He died early the next morning. "Well," said the young reporter, "how would you write the lead on Mr. Rosenberg's death?" I wrote: "Adolph Rosenberg, lay leader of the 340 congregations of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, died after a heart attack this morning." "You see," I said to the boy, "his religious faith was the main thing in his life and that's the lead for his obituary, not his business." But the city editor changed it a bit. City editors are dazzled more by the prominence of a FRIDAY, ^CEMBER altar. So it ca L <* "Adolph RoJJ^'thB Giddmg's and £ V?* congregations 0 ,'* American Hebrew cl ^ l '"" aft a hit gre morning." art a *k A Happy Chanukah Surfside Barbecue 7305 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-9181 SEASON'S GREETINGS DR. and MRS. EUGENE WEISS I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Friend* 308 E. Flagler St. Phone 23718 HAPPY CHANUKAH to Our Many Friends Lakein Jewelry Co. 424 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1837 SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. 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    jNP*P*P5§Hlp*H(Wppsi(s*3 mm E m 1—i l^.Y D ECEMBERM. 1946 Juni0 r Congregation late8 Holiday Event In celebration of Chanukah. the cHav school group of the MlSU Hebrew School and Junior nl B -.tion will present a proongr t he Amvet club, 420 S. W. i ra K!have from 10 a.m. to 12 Bgh n Sunday. Mr. H. M. DreS.pros.acnt, will welcome the ^program will consist of rhVnukah recitations by Ita S M.lvin Price, Alan Stone, 5 Massre, Connie Scoott, SStI Seldan, Larry Coulton and El Long; kindling of ChanuS 1 hts bv Arnold Cutner and Sarnev Jacobsktad; "The MeanSr of Candles" recitation, by Arnold Cutner, Bernard Fogel, u.rvin Michaelson. Barney Jabskind. ROM Massre, Sheldon S, Roberta Fogel, Nelline Braunslein. and Lois Schwadron. The story of Chanukah will be tnld bv Jackie Langer and Lila Golden. A play entitled "Antio,. Coward" will be presented included in the cast are David Lancer Matthew Becker, Robert Blank David Fuchs, David Towe Myron Coulton, Howard Golden Philip Cowan, Marylin Kostof'f and Robert Winter. Lorraine Jacobskind will be the narrator. Eddie Siegei president of the Junior congregation, will talk on Chanukah. Rabbi Simon April will address the group. The entire program was prepared under the direction of Mrs. Simon April. Refreshments will be served. Parents and friends are invited to attend. The story of Chanukah does not I appear in the Old Testament but is recounted in post-Biblical Books of the Maccabees, all written in Greek by Palestinian, Alexandrian and Cyrenese Jewish writers within half a century after the events portrayed in the Chanukah saga. The writers were followers of the Maccabeans. TO ISRAEL In commemoration „/ ,i„, ,,.,„_ bration of Chanukah and the meeting of the World Ziomrt Conore.,., in Basle, Switzerland, Dr Z. I. Sabshin, 3760 R, ml t Palm are. has „ %  ,-,,,„ thj ; entitled "To Israel." A book of Dr SabshWt Y.d dish poetry is being published. Oh, Israel, thy people now is at a dread, And in to-day's "Feast of Light" does not partake. Enough tears he already shed — The Maccabean s< ul ,. ,j n j n him awake. Tell the world you must have your land.— A home as peoples on all the earth. Freely speak, and lift > ,ui hand. Get liberties at youi own h< Let all know of your holy toil Now in the old /.ion. Honestly struggle for your soil With that symbolic "lion." Endless wounds you had to care,— Sorrowful is your st Spring or summer could n n t spare.— Lack of a home caused all your worry. Now in Basle an li : • your choice.— To make the world see your sore. For human justice lift your voice— Do not wait any more. Oh, Israel, you can not be lost! Once for all your home demand. You can no longer remain in dustHave your future at thy land. PAGE TWENTY-ONE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL JEWRY Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA IN THE MAIL RELIGION IN SCHOOLS DECRIED BY READER Dear Sir: I am a subscriber to your newspaperand as such, have comedo look forward to its weekly delivure W ;, lU : Pal '" : "" 1 ^fo th in, ; '"'' Wee V "" "* forth in its columns a strict accounting of how much good the "dividual organizations, such as he B'nal B'rith, th, „,„, ->nd others, are doing for the com"ongood of Jewry, i ,,,., V( v deeply on the subject and that is what prompted me finally to jmte %  letter to a newspaper, my first in 37 yea My niece is spending the winter with us and is enrolled at the Shenandoah school in the sixth grade. For the past two weeks she has been mentioning the fact that s-nc is to take part in a school p ay much ex( :lH We naturally ed to hear that she was getting along so splendidly and commended her. It wasn't unl I that we found out what kind of a play it was. A Christmas Festival. 1 couldn't i tothi performance 'self, but a friend of mine from New York attended and what he had to say to me about the performance is best not put in print. SEASONS GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIHST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS Canal Street The idea of Jewish boys and girls taking part in a play of that sort was and is nothing short of sacrelige. But that is not the worst of it. I understand that the rehearsals are held in school on school time for which I, as a taxpayer, contribute. This is not the first time I have heard that religion is being taught in the public schools. Can't something be done? This insidious undermining of our Jewish precepts and the teaching of Christianity to our children AUGUST BROS, ft v./' is the at ST? will have far-reaching repercussions in the future when it is time for them to start Hebrew school. I implore you, if it is at all possible, to investigate this matter. Sincerely, Morris Friedberg 541 S.W. Fourth ave. 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    ^8.8' sspljpptplis I I r 1 '; PAGE TWENTY-TWO % ***/*#>/fcr**£L ilEAIlDECEMBHB By JOE FRIED Somewhere in the vastness of the Pacific there lies a dusted, worn Torah, the beloved possession of the late King David Kalakaua, 19th century ruler of the Hawaiian Islands. Versions as to the manner in which the holy Jewish Scroll found its way to the king are numerous. Its present owner remains a mystery. According to "old-timers" here, the Holy Scroll was presented to King Kalakaua by a Rabbi Klein, who was passing through Honolulu en route to Chin a and the Far East. The story tellers relate that the rabbi tutored His Majesty in the rituals of Judaism and taught him Hebrew. King Kalakua was interested in religion, as were his parents who had named their son in honor of the biblical Hebrew King David. During his stay in Hawaii, the rabbi was said to have resided in the luxurious royal palace. King Kalakaua is reported to have asked the rabbi to leave him a Torah with which he might further his studies privately since Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, but the Jews found theinseleves without a scroll. And so it was not strange that one morning in September the successors of King Kalakaua were approached by Jewish residents. Old-timers say the residents were granted permission to use the Torah. With the High Holidays at a close, the Holv Scroll was promptly returned, and with it a bouquet of flowers a token of appreciation or "lei," as it is known in the Islands. According to veteran Jewish residents the practice .if borrowing the Torah continued for years until a Holy Scroll was imported from the mainland. There is another version of King Kalakaua's Torah. Some say that he received the Scroll in the 1880's while on a trip to the United States when the king drew up the Important Reciprocity Treaty with America. Jews of the west coast may have given the king a Torah as a gift. The mystery of the Torah, howhut George Carter. 1903-1907. The Archives officials state that an employee of the governor a now deceased clerk, reported the Holy Scroll as having been stolen. Nothing more is contained in tne official records. The highly revered Torah of King Kalakaua takes its place among the more interestting odditie 0 f the Hawaiian Islands. Som< when' in the tropical bastion of the Pacific lies the much-discussed Jewish Scroll. Its present location and why it was stolen in the first place, remain unanswered mysteries. SEASON'S GREETINGS T A M I AM I CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street pei confirms the story of King Kalahaua's' Torah. What has become' of it they don't know For thirty years the Torah re-1 mained in the royal palace, Officially it was last observed during I!;,, administration of Governor Rabbi Klein was "soon to depart \" !" > U not in its 1 "" K,n .; „ from the Islands. r th %  P resont **" "*J !" S ml „ .. The famed Hawaiian Archives InThe Hawaiian Archives disease ly whR h ]S responsib i e f or that during the reign of King Ka-, rving reCords and documents lakaua the Holy Scroll was dis; Dt rtaininj j to rllk rs „f the Islands, played among his personal belongings at the royal palace in Honolulu. An Ark was constructed at the king's insistence. Islanders came from far and near to view th t precious scroll. At the time King Kalakaua came into possession of his Torah there were few Jews in the Hawaiian Islands. It was the late 1800's. Years later the first pion111 :ng Jews arrived here. Later, hundreds more were to arrive and blossom into a fair-sized Jewish community. At the turn of the century, however, there were but a handful of Jews in the Hawaiian Islands. Around the close of the first World War the Jews had organized sufficiently to hold Rosh FLOOR SANDING Doing Quality Workmanship Fur 20 Years In Miami ACE FLOORING CO. 2131 N W. 51st St. Phone 7-3544 HOLIDAY GREETINGS DR. F. H. 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    I •A |Ji %  1 I ,1 • i f PAGE TWENTY-FOUR kwUtFkr**** Question: Why do we kindle + lights on Chanukah? Answer: The most popular reason is that which is given in the Talmud (Tractate Shabbos 21b). The Greeks had defiled all the oil that was stored in the Temple. When the Maccabees achieved their victory, they searched the Temple and found point. Indeed the very first man upon the earth is claimed to have declared a holiday because of this phenomenon. The Talmud (Tractate Abode Zarah 8b) relates that he became very frightened as lie noticed the day getting smaller and smaller, fearing that if the mathematical sequence were carOily one small flask of oil bearj ried out to its extreme he would ing the seal of the High Priest, containing only enough oil to light the Menorah for one day. A miracle occurred and this oil lasted for eight days. Thus these eight days of the year were declared a holiday and candles are lit each night. Another curious reason, which is not so well known is that given in the Midrash. There it is claimed that when, the heroic sons of the Hasmoriean High Priest entered the Temple, they found eight iron spears. They stuck candles in these spears and kindled them. Some writers claim that the total of thirty-six candles that are lit on Chanukah (excluding the Shammas) represent the thirtysix hours that Adam witnessed the Eternal Light which was later hidden from man because of his sin. Question: "Chanukah" Lights?" Answer: Why do we call the "Festival of The most obvious be left in total darkness. Boundless was his joy, however, when he noticed the clays growinj longer after the winter solstice so greatly did he rejoice, that he made an eight-day festival at the time. Others claim that Chanukah is known as the Feast of Lights because the first act of the returning heroes was t>> rekindle the light in the Temple, Question: What is the "Shammas" candle? Answer: An t xt:.. can.lie is kindled each night of Chanukah and it is placed above the regular number that are lit for that particular night. It is called the "Shammas" for one of possibly two reasons. Firstly, this candle is generally lit first and with it all the regular candles are lit. Thus it becomes the "servant" of the others and the Hebrew word for such a servant is "Shan Secondly, it was forbidden to achieve any matei ial use out of any of the regular Chanukah rest. Also, should any use of light result, it could be said that it stemmed from the extra candle inst ead of from the "official „nes. Thus the extra candle was the one which "could be used or "was used." The name of in, dividuals who can be used freely or who are so used is a "Shammas." Question: Why was the victorious band of priests in the Chanukah story called the "HASMONEANS?" Answer: A number of reasons 'are given for this name. The ,teim Hasmonean is used in the feible to denote a prince (Psalms 68:32), The victors were thus called "Princes" since they became the rulers at that time. Others claim that the Hebrew characters that go into making up the name Hasmonean (e. i. Chet. Shin, Mem. Nun, Aleph) each stand for one of the observances which the Greeks forbade the Hebrews and which the victors succeeded in perpetuating. e writers claim that the ndfather of Mattathias. the High Priest, was named "Hasmonai." A few claim that the name was originally the name of their place of nativity, e. i. a place called "Hasmon" which was loi ated in the territory of Judah and which is mentioned in the Bible (Joshua 15:27). answer is, of course, the fact that candles when lit Th( lighti were we kindle lights on this Festival. I to be lit exclusively for religious Josephus. the historian, who is purposes SO that DO material use amongst the earliest sources I which might come of them would where we find this special name for the holiday calls it the Festival of Lights "because freed glowed and lighted up Jewish life unexpectedly." other sources tie it up with the nature of the season in which the holiday occurs. It is to be noted that invariably Chanukah includes the shortest day of the year in its eight-day series. We thus note that the holiday marks the miraculous return of the increase of light even when it is at its lowest HOLIDAY GREETINGS ARMATURE and GENERATOR EXCHANGE 340 N, W. First Court PHONE 2-0491 detract from the tance of the ritual. To keep this in mind, an extra candle was added, whose light could be used, in older to I denote the solemnity of all the SEASONS GREETINGS ill A A 61MCE AXLE, WHEEL and FRAME ALIGNING N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th St. MIAMI. 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Miami, Fla
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December 20, 1946

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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('nmGtmwA- THE JEWISH UNITY F
ami
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
gjME 19 NUMBER 51
MIAMI_18, FL'ORIDA, FRIDAY. DKEMBRR an UM6
HO IS SET FOR No Decision Reached
PRICE: TEN CENTS
LTjc and religious leaders will
Lticipate in the ground dedrca-
"n ceremon> of the new home
,i. Miami Beach Jewish
he new I ..ti..n. 17th st. and
fchington ave., Miami Beach,
13 p.m. Sunday.
fg| at the dedication
temony will include Congrcss-
l,:. ,:. Smathers, Mayor
fcerbcrt Frink of Miami Beach,
\ 1! Kaplan, president
{the Gre t< Miami Rabbinical
\ Rev. R. Wiley Scott,
Miami Beach Com-
Lmit} ch; John Montgom-
ery, editor and publisher; Sam
Wedland, president of the Cen-
: living Lehrman,
kritual leader of the congrega-
. h now maintains facili-
fes at Euclid ave. and 14th st.
[The proposed Center building
i bo erecti I on the site which
Blends from Washington ave.
i James av< on the north side
17th st, will constitute the
rgest Jew ish place for worship
I the S uth, according to present
I iral plans. Accommoda-
tcns for 1.600 persons will be
tovided for in the main syna-
jugue thciprl. Plans also call for
i separate building which will
bclu'V a I..:.- auditorium and
ffal hall with facilities for 1,000
fen ary, youth activities
>oms and neral congregational
Bices i ; in for 21 religious
wool da rooms, a kinder-
ferten and nursery rooms have
i been m de.
The ceremony will mark the
punching of a campaign for
additional funds in the amount
|of S250.0flO to complete the
fctructure, the erection of which
pillcomrr.snce as soon as build-
ling restrictions are removed or
|9ernment permission is ob-
iained.
N'at Hank it. Miami and Miami
ach hotel perator, has accept-
I the general chairmanship of
ie $250,000 drive to complete
buildings. Aiding Mr. Han-
. are the following sub-com-
ee chairmen:
Alfred
vllx Silkin- finance; Samuel ,
nedbn! special gifts; Herman j
'"'. tuUri-ttS- Wlllinn, F....
real
tourists; William Feuer,
late; Jack D. Burris, gen-
Joseph M. Rose, last groups
cities have
I solicitation
jels; Harry Levine^ apartment
: George J. Talianoff, pub-
'ons, and Samuel Sloan,
^Paign director.
.// Rankof announced that
nnanc-nt seats
pthased bv
-.....on Partition,
London Conference by Zionists
Wo5f L7if!SViTrSS10ined appeds' ,he inexact science of ,rial and error. While
woria Zionist Congress to suonort the nnr- inn -
tition policy of the executive and to vote in exPerimen,s mi9hl turn out "<3- 11 one
favor of participation in the London confer- succeeds' makes UP for a of them.
ence on Palestine were made this week bp ^e warned the delegates that if they be-
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, David Ben Gurion heved that Britain and the United States
would fight over the issue of Zionism, they
and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, winding up the six-
day political debate.
Dr. Silver, who preceded them, called for
a boycott of the London parley and urged
the Congress to disown "the disastrous
diplomacy" of the executive. He also called
for continuous Jewish immigration to Pales-
tine "regardless of the cost."
He reiterated his support of the Jewish
Agency's partition plan, slating that while
many mistakes may have been made, the
Agency's letter to the Colonial Secretary
proposing partition was not one of them.
Declaring that he did not know whether
sending the letter had ben tactically correct,
he said: "I am not a tactician. I will leave
that to the qenerals." He disclosed that as
far back as the closing months of the Churc-
hill regime, a special ministerial committee
was working on a partition scheme.
Although it was important to the Jews that
they not be a minority in Palestine, it was
also important to the Arabs, and "that drives
us to partition," he continued. "I wish I
had the power of the prophets to show the
Jewish people the way to obtain freedom and
independence," he said, but politics is an
were badly mistaken. Replying to those
whose have been urging a reorientation ol
the Zionist movement towards other countries
besides England, the aged Zionist leader
said: 'I have not seen any other govern-
ment rushing to build up the Jewish state."
The greatest obstacle to creation of a Jew-
ish state is continued terrorism, he stated.
"The Agency may be unable to control
terror, but terror may soon control the
Agency," if it is not curbed. Branding ter-
rorism a "deadly cancer," he told the Con-
gress that it must not allow it to grow or "it
will destroy all we have created."
To a delegate who shouted "demagogue,"
Weizmann interrupted to reply that "every
house in Nahalal and Tel Aviv has a drop
of my blood in it." His answer touched off
a demonstration by almost the entire audi-
ence, which rose and applauded. Only the
Revisionist delegates remained seated.
"Just as Winston Churchill promised 'blood,
sweat and tears' to the British people, so I
can promise the Jews hardships for many
generations," Dr. Weizmann declared. He
(Continued on Page 4)
TWO POLES TO DIE
FOR KILLING JEWS
Federation Directors to Set
1947 Goal Next Thursday
WARSAW. (JTA>A mil
tribunal in 1. sentenced
two Poles to death for killing -
three Jews in Piotrkow-Trybunal- ozenni Chajes Slated
ski. The names of the murdered c..J.
Jews were given a i, t Male, For Concert Sunday
Sara Uszercwicz and Rachael Rol-
nik. A number of other Poles in-
volved in the murders were -
uerite Kozenn and Julius
Chajes, dramatic soprano and
composer-pianist, will present a
tenced to from four to ten yea:, m f Hebraic and general
i rt favorites when they ap-
, under the auspices of the
What funds local Jewry will
be asked to raise in 1947 for the
beneficiary agencies of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation will
be determined at an open session
of Federation's board of directors
Thursday evening at the Beach
campaign headquarters, 1660
Michigan ave.
The board will review the rec-
imprisonment.
Two Jews removed from trains pe the auspicesi ol "**|on^endationsi for allocations to
between Biala-Podlaska andlGreatei Miami Jew ltural I ,.,.,, a,;n;,i nnd overseas aeen-
E
UP TO $622,872
The $622,872 mark in the Mt.
Sinai hospital campaign for $2,-
500,000 was reached yesterday
when Miami special gift workers
reported pledges amounting to
$70,000.
Meeting with J. Gerald Lewis,
chairman, the special gifts' di-
vision workers held their first re-
port luncheon at Topp's restau-
rant.
A third $50,000 gift was an-
nounced by Sam Blank, initial
gifts chairman, but names of these
top donors were not revealed.
Today, initial gifts workers,
who have accepted a quota of
$1,500,000, will convene at the
Only Inn. A special brunch will
be held at 10:15 a.m. Sunday at
the White House hotel.
Launched Sunday, the drive
will continue full speed with
daily luncheons throughout next
week.
Mledzyrzec were freed by th
kidnappers after being Ci
in the woods for 10 day. They
Stone, construction; reported that they were released
1 when they produced "aryan"
identity documents. At present,
there are no Jews left in Biala-
Podlaska n<>r Miedzyrzec. The
of JeWS fioni these
been transferred to
Silesia.
committee at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
evening at the Miami Beach Se-
nior High school.
Mr, and Mrs. in real life, the
artists recently concluded a two
months' European tour during
which they played before thou-
ls in displaced persons camps.
They have also appeared in Tel
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
or pews may be
contributors at
S750.00 and $500.00
hej
TOianent
dual
ibut
-...* ......,,,i per
1 seats will remain the
-.it property of the indi-
< transferable. Con-
KvTSei? S25 r
*fmar.ent
more will
names listed on a
Plaeque which will be
m the building. Those
gating
between $100 and
|- have their names en-
Ki''V'.Golden Book to be
E;'nm;' in W Premises. In
ties in "n"us rooms and facili-
purrh-. ',' "ew stl'ucture may be
|CS 7V'nd dedicated in the
1 departed persons.
ICENTER
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ON THE AIR
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iduct- "--"" ceremonies
J*i,i, J? by ,he Miami Beach
tut .- cn,er "ill
3v" Station
1 Pm. Sunday.
b* broad-
WKAT at
Leaders in the Miami ^H*flS -and"
additional S250.000 YTn^o V^new structure. Pictured
Washington ave. study Plans for^Ui-n ^^ rf
are (seated) Rabbi Irving Lehnn.n. P Center and
congregation; Samuel [Jf^TEdS* (Standing) Sam-
Nat HankofJ. ^neral;hpar7raonfhe Center, and Harry Sirkm.
ue! Sloan, executive director of the b
treasurer of the Center.
local, national and overseas agen-
cies made by the budget com-
mittee which has been meeting
under the chairmanship of Herb
Scher since September.
Federation officials have re-
fused to release the recom-
mended figures to The Jewish
Floridian.
Principle work pi the board
will be to set the local grant to
the United Jewish Appeal, which
received $517,000 from Greater
Miami last year for its rescue,
relief and rehabilitation work in
Europe and Palestine.
With a national goal of $170.-
000.000 for 1947, UJA will prob-
ably seek over one million
dollars from Greater Miami.
Here to present the case for
UJA arc Henry Montor. executive
vice president of UJA; Sholem
Sontup, associate field director,
and Leon Retter, secretary of the
Central Committee of Liberated
Germans.
The trio was heard by the joint
session of the budget and execu-
tive committees of Federation
last night and feted at a lunch-
eon at the White House hotel
yesterday.
Approximately 80 organizations
besides UJA will be considered
in the determination of the Fed-
eration goal. In the 1946 cam-
paign, a quota of $785,000 was set.
Final figures of the drive totalled
more than $830,000.
Beach Zionist Drive
Spurred By Rallies
Miami Beach Zionist district is
averaging 60 new members at
each rally it holds in its month-
long campaign to enroll 3,000
new members, according to Jack
D. Burris, president of the district.
Miami Beach Senior High
school, Beth Jacob and the Miami
Beach Jewish Center were the
scenes of rallies within the past
two weeks.
Temple Beth Sholom and the
Jewish War Veterans are slated
to hear the Zionist message in the
near future, Burris said. Mem-
bers of the district's speakers'
bureau are addressing various
parlor meetings at private homes
throughout the drive.
Dr. David S. Andron is chair-
man of the drive which has
reached as far as Ft. Lauderdale.
Twenty-four new members were
enrolled by Burris following his
speech at Temple Emanu-El last
Friday evening.
Weekly report luncheons are
held Wednesdays at the National
hotel. A pledge to obtain 150
new members by the end of the
month was made by Louis Miller
at this week's luncheon.
1,250 Refugees Return
To Haifa From Cyprus
HAIFA, (JTA) Twelve hun-
|dred and fifty Jewish refugees
from Cyprus arrived here this
week. Another 500 are due soon.
Seven hundred and twenty of
the arrivals were transferred to a
Jewish Agency camp at Kiryat
Schmuel, near Chedera, to await
release under the Dec.-Jan. im-
migration schedule. The others,
together with the 500 due on
Tuesday, will be held at the Ath-
lit clearance camp until they are
eligible to be released under sub-
sequent monthly quotas.
Seven-hundred and thirty-two
shipwrecked Jews were removed
[from the island of Sirini by a
British destroyer and transport-
ed to Cyprus this week. Sixteen
wounded and sick persons were
sent to a hospital in Rhodes.
NOTICE!
For the next two issues of
The Jewish Floridian, articles
and pictures must be submitted
by 5 p.m. on Mondays due to
the short work week. Following
New Year's week. The Floridian
will revert to its 5 p.m. Tuesday
deadline.
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MISS SILVERMAN
Mr. Singer and Bride
To Honeymoon Here
RICK HOME TO BE
SCENE OF WEDDING
MissH Silverman. daugh- The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
,,...,. nd Mrs. Jacob Silver- jamin Rick, 503 S. \V. lit:, st.,
tie, Pa., will ex- will be the scene f I
''- with Law- (lf tnejr daughter, Ada. to Oscar
, E S '. i r, of Miami.
in a
to be performed Sun-
thi Sav y Plaza
N. w York city.
in N< ''.' York f"i the
1 Mr Singer's par-
, : and Mrs. Wm D Singer,
S W 12th nd-
i nts, Mr. and Mi s. Harry
David
Rappaport, son of Mrs Max Rap-
paport, (112 S. W. Thud st at 2
p.m. Sunday.
The bi ide will be attended by
her sister. Annetta. Rabl is Mur-
ray Grain-:- and Max Shapiro will
officiate.
Miss Rick attended schools in
MISS STONE
Stones to Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Formal announcement of the
betrothal of Miss Adele Stone
and George Bernstein will be
de by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Stone, of 1884 S. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bar-
nett will entertain their friends
at a house warming from 2 to 6
p.m. Sunday in their new home,
1326 15th st. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson
ave., are planning a reception
Dec 29 for Mr. and Mrs. Win-
ton L. Moeller and daughter.
Janet, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who
are houseguests of the Silvers
for the holidays. The party,
which will begin at 3 p.m., will
be a reunion of the friends of
Camp Osceola, Hendersonville,
N. C. Mr. Moeller is principal
of Hartwell High school in Cin-
cinnati and has been associ-
ated with Camp Osceola for 12
years .
Mrs. Louis Zeientz will leave
tomorrow to visit her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Srole, in Silver Spring,
Md. The real attraction is her
new grandson, Allen William
Srole, who was born Nov. 25.
Leaving for New York to-
morrow will be Miss Charlotte
Blumberg who will attend the
wedding of a cousin at the Sa-
voy Plaza during her two-week
vacation. Charlotte's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
are giving her the trip as a
present because she was one
of the ten Miami Senior High
, school students whose essays
were submitted by the school
In the finals of the Herald's
Goldl i rid Mr. i nd Mrs
Singer; his t the Misses -v;' w Jersey and is a graduate of
: Singer, and Miami Senior High school. She is
Tenth st., at a dinner for the im- scholarship contest. Charlotte's
essay came in handy in an-
other way, for with it she re-
Senior ceived a grade of 102 in soci-
ology. She had earned 99
. from her class work and go
Jc_ the extra points for her essay
mediate families Sunday evening
at the Versailles hotel.
A graduate of Miami
Hiflh school, Miss Stone is a
junior at the University of Mi-, frm her class work a"d got
ami, majoring in journalism. B
fore enrolling at the local cam-
Miss Judith Weiss, actress Machtei,
v 01
Mr. M Singer are plan-
nin. ption for their
ighter- in-law at
the R mi y Plaza hotel, Miami
3 to 6 p.m. Sunday.
1
Afti tl h nej moon here.
a member of t":.e F.manon club of
the Miami Y. At the present time.
she is bookkeeper for her father's
building business.
Mr. Rappaport is a law stu-
dent a! ',:.' University of Florida.
!!' received his bachelor of arts
' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu
a**M : ~ \Af^;__ iccn o in n,_
wich, Conn, will
r < ^'end fc>-|
'heir niece, Miss SrS i\
man, Tuesday etLjj* *
Pie Beth Sholor^?">
Mr. and Mrs mJ?f*
MM Alton SlSSiS
be married to DavidSH
Mr, Newman', gg^S
ter-in-law, Mr anri M *
-Neuman,ar,hSS4
Manan and Hd|
-Il8<
ters
Nyack, N. Y., are
entertained a group 0f Q
at a supper party SaturdayT
mng at her parent Sen C
island home ... m
Miss Ester Argintcrr, dauqj
of the Oscar Arqin.ars, arS
homei from Florida State CoU
for Women Wednesday ?
companied by Mlss JJ
Vitskey, she will leave Wedn
day for Montreal to attend the
national convention of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority. Miss H
gintar is president of the FSCW
chapter of the soronty, and
Miss Vitskey, daughter of Ma
Rose Vitskey of Miami Beadkl
is the chapter delegate. Both
girls will return to Miami oi
New Year's day ... I
Mrs. Ethel Growman, 1627 rJ
W. First st returned Monday!
from New York where she had I
been visiting since July ...Mis I
Naomi Machtei, who flew
New York today, will get hal
first glimpse of snow within thai
next week or so. Scheduled lol
be graduated from Miami Sen-I
ior High school in January, Na-I
omi received the trip from hal
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M.I
as a combination!
pus. she attended Louisiana State; ^"" mr. ana Mrs. lu- graduation and Chanukch
university for two years. While 9ene. vyeiss, IboU b. W. 21st preSent. Before flying home ml
student at LSU she was pros.-,st- "ome on an extended jan 6 Naomi will attend Ael
' S!\e.has _been working reUnion of Camp Lakoda
visit relatives in New Ton
a
dent
the young couple will go to Phila- legree ;n 1943 A columnist for
.. hi re Mr Singer 1- a
\v School of
Final Foil ing his gradua-
. tin y will reside in
Miss S:l\ nded high
.1 in Ni a ( tie and busi-
1 liege in Pittsburgh. A
graduate of Miami Senior Hic.h
school, Mr, Sini 1 ently
Army with
the rank of lii ut( nant after serv-
ing twi n the Philippines
with the ordnance department.
the university newspaper, he is a
er of the John Mars:.all Bar
iation and the university
chapter 1 f the An 1 1 it an Vetei ans
committee. He si rv d in the arm-
ed forces for t: ree and one-half
1 ..: I.
visit.
of sororities and a member of with the Yiddish Art theatre and
I Alpha Epsilon Phi and Lambda, the People's Radio Foundation
honorary intersorority organiza- in New York. Her sister, Rita,
tion. j is the new "Miss University of
Sonof Mrs. Sivie Bernstein, 12111 Miami," having been selected
Meridian ave.. Mr. Bernstein is from a group of 22 candidates
an alumnus of Miami high. Saturday night at the Tau Epsi-
from the i r Ion Phi fraternity dance. She
represented Pi Lambda Phi
MISS MYERS PLANS
FEBRUARY WEDDING
Betrothal of Miss Joyce Beryl
Myers to Alvin Levine, Cincin-
nati, is announced by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jol n Myers, 1575
Drexel ave. The couple will be
man ied Fi b 9 al the Netherlands
Plaza hotel in Cincinnati.
The 1.ride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, is a
student at the University of Mi-
ami.
Mr. Levine attended Ohio State
university and the University of
Cincinnati. He was recently dis-
charged from the Army where he
held the rank of captain.
urdine's
Orloff's dainty sachets
and quilted hangers in
gift sets
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Graduated cum laude from the
University of Miami, he was
named to Iron Arrow honorary
society, the national collegiate
Wh i's Who and Junior Hosts hon-
orary. During his college career
he -eived as a student senator.
After three and one-half years
in the Navy, Mr. Bernstein was
released last March with the rank
of lieutenant (jk>. He saw ac-
tion in the Atlantic and Mediter-
ranean theatres
No definite plans have been
made for their wedding.
She plans to enter Florida State I
College for Women neit *|
mester. ,
Mrs. Joseph Weiss, 2440 Fla-
mingo dr., celebrated her W
birthday Wednesday evening.!
She has two sons and a daug>|
ter living up North and a daugb-l
ter and son. Rose and Abe, Iff-\
fraternity
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sher- ing at the Beach .
man and Abe Sherman of Nor- (continued on pages
POSITION WANTED
as housekeeper for adults or
family with teen-age children.
Excellent cook. Best of refer-
ences. Will sleep in.
CALL MORNINGS 581992
Set
Delicately fragrant sachet
satin balls by Orloff, com-
bined with Textron's guilt
ed rayon covered coa'
hangers what a nice
gift idea for someone who
has lovely clothes!
MIAMI STORK, RIBBONS AND
TRIMMINU8, BECQND FLOOR
Store hours 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone 3-1141
For The Best
Hand Made
Chocolates
Created By The
House of
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CANDIED FRUITS
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE PARCEL POST
FROM COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power A Light Co.
An ('veiling of
musical delight'
THE JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
PRESENTS
MARGUERITE JULIUS
K0ZENN &CKAJES
SOPRANO PIANIST
IN A PROGRAM OF JEWISH AND CLASSICAL MUSIC
Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at 8:30 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Tickets May Be Secured al the Miami YM Y
The Miami Beach YM WHA. and the Bureau
Jewuh Education. Admiwion: $1.80. including '


,pAY, DECEMBER 20, 1946
mem
orial Fund Gives
edical Care for Aged
jvjng tribute to Sidney Ap-
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college student
^"suddenly last January,
20-year-old
anncum
,,l at the first anni-
ersarj
lum henn
of the Miami
., Won;, ns Auxiliary to the
G, Home for tte Aftd Tott-
L at the Wofford hotel.
aj, wm In a memorial fund to
lovjde medical care tor resident
thc Home for the Aged, ac-
rfding to Mis Benjamin Sherry,
"csident of the auxiliary, who
fajnated the idea. Hospitaliza-
ion jost of ambulances, x-rays
id care by specialists will be
eluded.
We are determined that the
iedical staffs of Greater Miami
II realize that we don't want
Lircharitj for our old people,"
L said. "The Sidney Appel
Ld will make the best medical
[re available to them."
|0vc: $51 was spontaneously |
Uscribcd by guests at the lunch- '
Ln Am the contributors
fe:u Miss Civie Appel, Sidney's
isliT. and the Miami Women's
Lttiliary to the Home.
YounR Appel was the son of
p. and Mrs Benjamin Appel of
Fiami Beach who have endowed
lie medical room at the Home
a memorial library at the
lau Epsil-'ii Phi house at Chapel
|ill. N. C. in honor of his mem-
The Sidney Appel Memor-
[' hind whii li supports a num-
i luuities has been
Bed I y ;i branch of the
:..- n New York.
iMrs. Appel is a vice president
[the Beach auxiliary.
ISSB TO DETERMINE
REFUGEE AID FUTURE
oiFtheU[2f?iJlistrativestructu"
"' ,! P.m. Mor ;
with Mrs. Benjamin
the board will decide
(',h"' MSB will continue t
STt lhe P^ram as p:il,
i bure*Uor help supervise
'indent organization to
handle the refugee problem.
' Of the refugee pro-
_b>; the Greater Miami Jew-
. Ration or Community
:|1 '! i be debated. "
ndations for the bu-
reaus policy toward noi
aents will be presented by Mrs
Eppstein, chairman of the
mmittee. Herbs.!,
t on activities of the finance
tte< Of Which :
man,
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DISCUSS HOSPITAL PLANS
I '""mnt
RABBI HELLER LAUDS
BETH DAVID DRIVE
S? snnnnn i G, Mt* SmQi hSpi,al buildin S2.S00 000 look at tentative hospital plans at a "brunch" in
the Shelborne hotel. Miami Beach, at the launching of the
drive Sunday. From left to right, they are Sam Blank, chair-
mar o the initial gifts division; Jack Abbott, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer chairman of the general campaign and Mt. Sinai
hospital president: Jack Burris and Jacob Sher. chairman of
the race track division. Abbott and Burris were "brunch"
chairmen.
Ihapiro
to Broadcast
Zionism for the Veteran" [professor of composition at
lent for Beth David's
Wilding drive was received this
week m a letter from Rabbi James
of Cincinnati, who spoke
linner here several weeks
tion raise
5525.000.
i Heller wrote: "] am
greatly interested in the success
;' the app al and I .. i
of its further progress. I
had the impression at the dinner
that you had made a fine begin-
u no more than that and
that thi re is a Ions; and arduous
Director of music at the Detroit g- g
Jewish Community Cent, and ,,,., taciliti*s J j sha ^g
e with greatest interest the progress
APPEAR SUNDAY
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foi the Veteran" will
I discussed by Harold Shapiro,
l-Navyman, i n the "Inside Pal-
m ist at 7:45 p.m.
Iinday over Station WKAT.
Institute of Musical Art affiliated rf'^rlS^*^ ."
with the University ol Detroit. Specia, and ^
Chajes made his American debut p,.,.t. not
in New York's Town Hall in 1938.
contacted heretofon
were entertained at a dinner
ttSs^xSJPS!? ><> Jacob she,- ^ ight.
in 1940 with tl N York Plnl-
ill also describe the harmonic orchestra and the Sen
pganah and give the latest news
BUt Palestine.
i broad as) is a weekly event
knsored by the Miami Beach
IThe name of Maccabeus, hero
I inukah story, has been
pserved in the name of many
F roups, notably the
>ccabi movement, but the orig-
Judah Maccabeus and his
pliers fought against the Hel-
i'stic spirit of athletics.
Cantorum. Her
eludes 26 operas.
Their program
will be:
repertoire in-
Sunday night
I.
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AD
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AT THREE
THEATRES
Daring adventure and
head-sirong romance
ta Alexandre Duma's
swift moving story!
LOUIS HAYWARD
BARBARA BRITTON
"The Return
of
Monte Cristo"
Y's TO HOLD RALLY
FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Formation of a youth institute
by the Miami and Beach Y's will
li ; taken at an all-day rally
for young people next Thursday.
acci rding to Dan Ros
tivities director of the Miami Y.
Prayer from '"I..
(Ilt-I.l i w i 1' :
Gypsy Song (Csi rhi
Pi.....I- : Si
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MISS KOZKNN
Bcheraa Oj>. event will be held at the|Levin,
Polonaise
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SISTERHOOD RENEWS
HOMECOMING EVENT
First postwar edition of t h e
ming party traditionally
I for young adults by
the Temple Israel Sisterhood will
be held 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 29, at
the Temple, 137 N.E. 19th st.
The dance and buffet supper
will honor University of Miami
students, students of other col-
legi returning to Miami for the
holiday- as well as young men
and women recently discharged
from military service and their
friends. Included also will be
those who are not students but
in that age group.
Invitations have already been
posted on U. of M. bulletin boards
been extended to fra-
u rnities and sororities as well as
independents on the campus.
Also n ceiving invitations will
be Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, presi-
dent of the University, and Mrs
A e; Rabbi and Mrs. Albert
Michels of the Hillel foundation;
Fi St< r E. Alter, dean of men; Miss
Mary B. Merritt, dean of women,
and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rab-
bi Celman A. Zwitman of the
Temple.
The working committee to date
consists of the Mesdames Isaac
chairman, Louis Zeientz,
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MR CHAJES
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(> Lord Return 11'mini \ l >
II. inn. h -
Lonellnesn i-'/< -
Shabben Nooh Minrhe a IV. Hinder
Ml>.- k' iZKNN
IV
Palestinian Melmll.-s I
Palestinian l "am Jul
MR rHAJES
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Legend ...............H- rbi rt Fi
c -i-.-i i i. Sons !' n be pn sen-tea.
Where the Tiuii- Rows an Chajci A dinner in the evening will be
Adarlm iPaleslinlnn Shepherd .
gdng) ...... followed by dancing.
Miss KOZENN All young people between the
- of 18 and 26 are invited to
Jewish youth groups be-
Y and will begin with a
eon at 12:30 p.m.
N\ed- of young adults in the
Greater Miami Jewish conimu-
unity and steps to be taken to
meel them will be d A Louis Boyell,
tl all game at 4 p.m. be-
tween teams from the two Y's will
be one of the many attractions to
Colman Zwitman, Harry Boyell,
Harry Kevins. Ouida Rubin, J. D.
Holly, Samuel Simonhoff, Gordon
Davis, Elry Stone, Adolph Wer-
. er, Maurice Serotta and
Wanted woman to cook
KOSHER meals for two
adults in return for room
and board. References.
831 N. W. 3rd Street, Apt. t
ittend.
ages have been re-
ted to send a minimum of
ive delegates. There will be I
ation fie.
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Call 4-7485 for
SOLAR HEATER
HELP!
Repairs of All Kinds
Electrolysis Bushings
Boosters Installed
Solar Water Service
DON S. COLEMAN
Battled woman wanted as ccok
part-time to prepare one meal
(dinner) tor one man. No Mouse-
work or washing. One who
knows how to prepa.e Jewish
American meal. Hours 1 to 5.30
P.M. Address F. E. S.. care of
7ewl5h Fiondian. P. O. Box 2973.
Lindy Pessin Receives
Inter-Faith Scholarship
Miss Lindy Pessin, a junior at
the University of Miami, was pre-
sented the Minnie Ross memorial
interfaith scholarship by Dean
Foster Alter at a joint Jewish-
Christian holiday program Wed-
nesday evening at Hillel house.
The scholarship is to be award-
ed each year to the student who,
Hess of religious affiliation,
has been most active and effec-
tive in promotion of intercultural
relationships.
Clarence A. Ross of Gestonia,
N.C.. an alumnus of the university
law school, established the award
as a memorial to his mother.
THE 'BOOGIE' MAN!
Our Pianist,
is a sharp charac-
ter. All his clothes,
including his
STRAIGHT JAN-
ETS, are the
DRAPE TYPE!
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... tassels o'f their corn. '
RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS
FOURTH CONSECUTIVE SEASON IN FLORIDA
ALEC TEMPLETON
Pianist Composer Humorist
Ronofi F LA. Temple Beth Sholom-4144 Chase Ave.
Beneh Pm ^^^ ^ 1947_8:30 P.M.
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ATTENTION TO OUR ^"L^"?^'*
A reception honoring Mr. and
nq the concert at
Mn. Ell, 5-9682;
D. Harris. 5-4566.
Reviewer to Discuss
Leland Stowe Book
Leland Stowe's latest book,
"While Time Remains," will be
reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein at the Friday Review Se-
ries oi Miami Beach Women's
division. American Jewish Con-
press. The meeting will be held
1:30 p.m. next Friday al Ihe
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
1415 Euclid ave.
A political review has been
prepared by Mrs. Leonard Kim-
ball and Mrs. Frank-Weiss, co-
chairmen of lhe book review
committee.
Ovin baled until
golden-brown and
foirly bursting with
toiidorn in, than
drenched in rich
tomato saucethat's
good eating I
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Kosher
Bea**s
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look (or the @ seal of approval
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JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF
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SUPPORT ZIONIST MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
FINANCIAL ROUNDUP
Building programs of local Jewish organizations, excluding
Mt. Sinai hospital, were estimated at more than two million
dollars by a reporter of The Jewish Floridian this week. Although
most groups would not reveal the exact amounts they will spend,
approximate figures were available.
Beth Jacob congregation and the Hillel Advisory council
are joining eleven other groups now in the process of building,
repairing or dreaming of building or repairinq.
The Miami Beach orthodox congregation expects to s\ar\
construction on an annex to its community buildinq on Wash-
ington ave. at Third st. in January at an expected cost of S5U.UUU.
Construction may be completed within three months. A large
kitchen and two classrooms will be included in the structure
which is to be financed by contributions from the Beth Jacob
membership. ..... ...
With the Jewish student population of the University of Miami
estimated at a minimum of 1,500 about twice last year s en-
rollment -the Hillel Advisory council is taking steps to build
an outdoor dance floor adjacent to the Hillel house in Coral
Gables, landscape property next to the house and make other
adjustments to ease the crowded conditions No decision has
been made as to financing, but Council officials emphasaed
that work will be done as economically as possible, bearing in
mind that a new Hillel house will be built on the new University
of Miami. ... v __;i;
As for the rest of Miami, construction of the Miami i iacm- m,cropnone J8 nuum .. ..., _.----------------- ~ --,---------------- ..iamm, ^ .
ties which are estimated to cost about $125,000, is under way David g Andron. chairman of the membershp drive; Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney;.!
oss the street from the present building at 1567 S. W. F ii. r n.,-;<> nrociHsnt nf the district, and Rabbi Irvina Lehrman.
st. The main building is to be finished early in June with an
auditorium, qymnasium, kitchen and dininq room facilities etc.
The Y's building was subscribed to during the organization s
Miami Beach rabbis and civic leaders urged increased support for the Zionist Organim-
tion of America at a rally sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist district last Monday at tie
Miami Beach Senior High school. The distric! is seeking 3,000 new members. Shown at flu
microphone is Rabbi Leon Kronish, and seated (left to right) Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Dr.
David S. Andron, chairman of the membershp drive; Harold Shamro. Minmi JWri, ~----.
Jack D. Burris, president of the district, and Rabbi Irving LehrmaTi.
LONDON SYNAGOGUE
BURNED BY FASCISTS
LONDON. UTAl-Afuciitd
in mm on opp*. oa ....
ted Natu-ns by the an,z;"-. *
its, asking for ere- tlonal Guard- ',
NO DECISION REACHED ON PARTITION YET
(Continued from Page I >
recent campaign.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation leaders are not aen- s.m, th;|t ,h(.IV W(,|(. differences \V^V(\ connection with an appeal
nitely planninq a campaign to finance the new synaqoque between the Jews and the rest st.nt t() tne Unitw" "
uildinq at S W. 17th ave. and Sixth st. A sinale contribution ,,, ,hl. u.,i(1 wjth regard to the hj S. Revisionists
of the entire outside structure has been promised. As soon as interpretation of the Balfour at,n ()r a u.N. trusteeship for
a huildina Dermit is available, the congregation expects to begin Declaration, but added that the Palestine, and for newspapc. ad-
a Duiiainq h" Zionists are not downhearted vertisements calling for aid for
Mn(-!en!!rt nL he made of the National Children's when they fail and not excited the extremist force* in Palestine,
Mention must also be made J" ,ne/ exDansion pro- when they triumph. "1 do not has been deferred pending receipt
Cardiac Home out on West Flagler st.. whose expansion pro ^^ ^ ^ ^^ gituation ^ |nformtt|oo from New York.
gram, conservatively estimated, runs around sou.uuu. hurts ^ ^^ mQn x)ym j( stronfilv defended the
Completion of the addition to the Home for the Aged addition hu|ts ^ j ^.^ ^ foft
commodating 40 people is expected by Jan. 10 I he Home hfld gome p.(|.t m bringing
. ii l.ij J__l;-.;~~ rorMiriic Dor 29 hns been COndUCt- .........._, nnn nnn I....... i.. Ii-.l...
accommc
political policy of the Zionist
i -iv^ fvvr.v ~..r- luni buiiic trait i"'h'"h the executive and particularly that
which will hold dedication services Dec. 29, has been conduct- pre8ent fi00.000 Jews to Palestine,
ing a drive for S75.000 since Dec. 8 to cover its buildinq costs.
Dr. Silver, defending his stand at
ii Dr. Weizmann, and defended
3 a drive for S75.000 since Dec. 0 to cover us uuhu.uk ""?" Ur. Silver, rtcicnciinn ms stand at great length the partition
Miami's pioneer congregation. Beth David, which hds been against participation in the L.>n- scheme of the Jewish Agency
attemptinq to raise S525.000 for its construction, has no definite don conference, said that if such executive. In urging the Congress
nlans when work on its Coral Way structure will begin. participation is approved by the to decide in favor of participa-
nstaDation of air conditioning and other changes in Temple Congress, the Zionist representa- n in the London parley, he
Israel 137 N E 19th st.. will total approximately S75.000 when "ves should present only J* Mid:
Israel, ici a. a. rr classic program of "a Jewish -\Ve stipulated our participation
work is completed. s,.lt(. in tlu. wnole of Palestine." .,, the London conference de-
Also planned in town is a building for the Miami Hebrew Any l(,ntIa.v proposal would be pended on the release of the lead-
School and Junior Conqreqation which anticipates spending transmitted to the Zionist Actions era of the Jewish Agency from
between S35.000 and S5C.000. Icommittee for a decision. the Latrun detention camp. Well.
On the Beach, the Miami Beach Jewish Center will break "Our representatives should not they are free. They have been
qround Sunday on its Washinqton ave. and 17th st. property, not be given carte blanche," he heard at this Congress. Again
The Center is'now tryinq to raise the remaining half of its insisted He warned against American government support
^50C 000 drive qoal sending to the conference these has been won. We can lose pub-
... ... connnnn__i ;=,} members of the executive who lie opinion the world over if we
With approximately two-thirds of its S300.000 goal raised. ^.^ whiil,.h( ;.lilv ,n u. refuse to meet as equals with the
the Beach Y is indefinite about its plans for building on the Uon ,.]t wouW h)> f;it;i| fu]. lfJ Hntlsh government and with the
newly-purchased Bay rd. property. chances," he said. He tailed Arabs. That we should not go to
Construction of a Ritualarium in South Miami Beach this upon the Congress to reaffirm the London parley would not only
summer cost approximately S35.000. A qreat deal of the funds clearly and unmistakably the pro- needlessly insult the British and
were provided by winter residents. mam of a Jewish state in an perhaps incurably alienate the
Other Beach orqanizations in the building scene are Temple "undivided and undiminished" United States government, but
Beth Sholom, which is making minor alterations and construct- Palestine. The Congress, he said, would be considered as w*U"
,; ,u j it, ,..,, Ull W.IUM*. >,r, n,n, must declare that the partition tional affront to public opinion,
ing a soaa hall, kitchen and banquet hall facilities up at Chase _n nQ ex ,a Ui lx.ial opinioB on
ave. and 41st st.. and Roth Tfilah, whose new buildinq at Euclid which we denend larcely throueh-
ave. and Ninth st.. will cost around $75,000 when finished. Replymg to his critics. Dr. Sil- '"' ' .._ i ii .u .1 ver said that the same people who "u *"'
Temple Beth Sholom will eventually construct an entirely new previously ms|sted J JJ l|(.ipa.
rynagogue. ,.,,,, in tne ,_., conference
The money for these structures is coming out of the pockets only on the basis of partition 'are
of Greater Miami Jewry who this year are also being called now preparing a movement for
upon to subscribe S2.50C.000 for a hospital and upwards of anothei disastrous retreat" Seri-
Sl,000,000 (a very cautious estimate) for the Greater Miami "us and reasonable proposals to
j ,. RAilCTV T Atari an -.1 i, 1 ek0e%ie*a_
Jewish Federation.
3.000 NEW MEMBERS the meantime, he urged maxi- fust step in the procedure of the
mum support for the Palestine London conference." He empha-
Never before in its history has the Zionist movement faced Ji wish community in its struggle sized that by attending the Lon-
-V, rr nnlitirrtl rrisift n it Hrw^o nnw Rrilnin'a rticrartrtr^l ^.1 .,'.,, U. .,., .-ti... Yishuv's (ton t'llks the Zionists Would not
bind themselves to accept de-
to a syn in the East
afti r bin nmt: i the 1
Scrolls. Tl gue is ;nas-|
tion of the city which was thel
scene of i between Je*i|
and fascii' thi wir,
An anonyn u: caller phoned il
newspaper ., .-eub:r.g him-l
self as a ]; I tbelM
tior.al Guard, and -aid that the!
desecration of the .-ynagogue ml
a "warnini to ten ts in Pal|
tine that ss their polkjl
against Bi itis I ases, tM
National Guard will men temf|
with terror."
I)i Wise severely criticized Dr.
Silver for belittling" what the
government of the United States
has done for the Jews. At the
same time, he lashed out against
Britain tor the White Paper
national aspira- policy. "The White Paper," he
tion are bound to be made soon-1 said, "must go. and go at once.
er or later, I): Silver said. In It.- going should constitute the
the
MONTREAL, iJTA-LeGogbJ
notorious Cai lian ar.f.SerrJtirJ
newsp : i .i.-pi-ndediioM
at ion duri .'ar, has resum-l
ed publicati n It.- editor a Jot-I
eph Menard, well known as il
pamphlete. Semitic d|
cles.
al state which would be not bel
an Arab-Jewish state bat n*l
dominantly an Arab state. BI
irom the conference there (Kl
not emerge a Jewish state N
Palestine, the World Zi-mst w-l
ganizaUon will reject any ana
every decision taken by the con-j
ference." ,
Declaring that he beheve
Jewish resistance m ?****
Rabbi Wise emphasized that aej
resistance must be r">nJ
a disciplined manner. "I a "T
beheve in di rderly undudH
plined terrorism." he said- "I
fervenUy pleaded for Je J|
of displaced J. ws from EjjJ
and the.r transfer to Palesw|
ins that might be reached
tlu re.
"We shall accept no decisions
that do not involve the cancella-
tion of the White Paper," he said
We will reject the federalization
such a political crisis as it does now. Britain's disregard of n Britain. 'The
commitments, coupled with a policy of vacillation and cruelty, Powei of resistance must be
has set off a chain of terrorism which threatens to develop into s,!' I and the world must
civil strife. '' convinced <>f the British < n-
While that is the internal picture in Palestine, tens of thou- "' /:"m-"'" he de-
sands of Jews who survived Hitlerism are languishing in dis- ',, ,
placed persons camps and their threads of life are held together ,ui.,^!,u V'"" "'"n n
by hope that a way will ultimately be found to have^them Sn^^elega^on^'Seir t &7Xtt&tt+3SZ
brought into the Holy Land, bimilar hopes are shared by the
tens of thousands of Jews who escaped the camps, but whose ---------------------------------------------------------"
life in hostile surroundings and on soil drenched in Jewish of a vast, perhaps most influential, segment of Jewry. Jt is,
blood, is a nightmare. in every sense, a conclave not concerning itself with Palestine-
These are but few of the problems faced by the World alone, nor with political Zionism alone, but with the vast problem
Zionist Congress now being held in Basle. To hope that the o' saving the Jewish people.
conclave will evolve a solution would require an unbelievable With this realization, the Miami Beach Zionist district has
degree of optimism, since no decision it will reach can have any set out to strengthen their cause with the addition of 3,000
concrete meaning unless it is implemented by actionand the members. This number presents a task equal to this group that
implementation of those decisions^ seems to rest on an indiffer- has previously shown that it can accomplish that which it sets
thrOUahoilt th*> uj^rlrl out tr, Ars TV. ,.,..!.. ...___4__.l_ j .1 _.. 1_- __!
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KISLEV 27, 50.


pECEMBERjO. 1946
*Je*lstifhrMlnm
l*, Leads Effort
Hospital Kashrus
by the
board of
(or kosher
new Mt.
decision
to provide
ffitCn met with
Tuhout the Jew-
mitv Ot Greater Miami.
,"s enthusiastic about
Nathan Ginsberg, Miami
hotel owner, who assumed
p m the d-'ive for
[dining room of the Tides
Lhich he owns, has been
,e of his major efforts.
he was Imst to rabbis
,r communal leaders at a
m where plans for kosher
5 were discussed. Wed-
night the group met again
over the details.
" he >.'>s. "orthodox
k-ill'be able to visit here
the fear that, should
taken ill. they will be
to confinement in a hos-
td have to eat non-kosher
People take things like
|toconsideration when they
itrip, and I know for a fact
New Yorkers haven't
in th- past because
arc no kosher provisions in
k;ami hospitals."
berg pointed out that the
Jewish community will
|t through the addition of a
kitchen in the proposed
I institution.
observance of kashrus,"
Iclared. "will boost the mo-
itrictly orthodox Jewish
Its. and will help them to
Icil a great deal more quick-
led I'm speaking out of per-
jexperiencf.''
jsberg referred to the past
(tmters when he was often
upi>n to deliver kosher
| to Jewish patients in vari-
Jl:i.~i hospitals. For one, he
HUd Jacob Goodman, presi-
of Yeshiva and Mesifta in
lYork, whom he served from
Btel kitchen for many weeks
Goodman was a hospital
kr since plans for Mt. Sinai
Ital were announced," he
"guests in my hotel have
[after me to see to it that it
i kosher kitchen."
PAGE FIVE
Nathan Ginsberg (center), chairm
Women of B'nai B'rith
Giv^ Hospital Parties
Patients and children of pa-
tients and staff personnel of Pratt
General hospital, Coral Gables,
will be entertained at two parties
by B'nai B'rith Women of Miami.
The first party, to be held be-
tween 2 and 4 p.m. tomorrow, will
be for the children of patients
and staff personnel. Gifts and
toys will be given in cooperation
with the American Red Cross di-
rector at the hospital. Cake and
ice cream will be served.
Mrs. Sam Goldman, president
of the Women's group, and Miss
Olivier, Ked Cross representative,
MJOC Students to Give | Mrs. Kogan Entertains
Play at Chanukah Event i Ad "Saleswomen"
in establishment of kosher faciHHes a. M Imai V ,
was host to rabbis and other F.^c^munrf Si M'
day at the Tides hotel. He is 'shown STat! 2ving lZ
man. left, and Rabbi Murray Grauer. who joined in the dis- "Ahamed the Magician" will
cussion of hospital kashrus. Bdline the variety program
____^^_^^______^_ : ward patients at their party
- B p.m. Monday evening. Miss
Heddy Harris, pianist, will render
ia few selections. Others on the
program will be Berniee Bran-
:'. tap dancer, and Elaine Lc-
Ivine, Alicia Gulkis, Marjorie Mil-
ler and Harriet Rosenstock, sing-
ing quartet. Mrs. Herbert Adams
and Mrs. Arnold Simon will make
quick sketches of the boys.
. Goldman, Mrs. Maurice
Corenblum, Mrs. Louis Rubin,
Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Abe
Aronovitz, Mrs. Elry Stone and
Mis. George Adler are on the
"A Light to Live By" is tm
play to be presented by students
of the Miami Jewish Or'.
Congregation at their Chanukah
celebration 10 a.m. Sunday in the
Talmud Torah.
The choir will chanl the candle
lighting ceremonii s and students
will illustrate their pro-, n
learning.
Refreshments and the exchange
of gifts will be undi r the aus-
pices of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Dobrin to Speak
Mrs. Max Dobrin will i.e guest
speaker at the meeting of the
Business and Professional W m-
ens division of Hadassah 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Beach Y She will
talk on "Political Zioni I
Anne Rubin of D I nm School
of Charm will present tw i >: hei
young pupils. Sheila Kacn.
singer; and Boa':.a T< PI""-', dancer.
Members and their friends are
invited to attend.
Ten dollars cr more worth of
ads for the Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood ad journal will be
the admission to a cocktail party
at the home of Mrs. Alexander
Kogan. president, 3 p.m. Tues-
day at 3722 Royal Palm ave.
Proceeds of the journal will go
to the religious school of the
Temple.
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich has ''.'\\. committee!
planned an entertainment pro- ------------------
gram which will include Rudy '
Baum and his orchestra.
Miss Amdur at the Temple
will take reservations until
Monday.
Beach Lodge Donates
Microfilm Projectors
Now, no veteran in the Veter-
ans Administration Nautilus hos-
pital in Miami Beach need wait
long months until he is able to
manipulate unweildy books and
magazines to do his own reading.
The Miami B e a ch lodge of
B'nai B'rith presented the hospital
with four microfilm projectors
Monday night. A recent contribu-
tion of two like projector devices
by the Coronet Fund makes six
available to patients at the hos-
pital.
A slight tug on the cord over
the reader's shoulder "turns the
page." The film can be projected
on the ceiling for persons unable
to sit up.
In addition to the projectors,
B'nai B'rith presented the hospi-
tals with 10 folding wheel chairs
which will enable patients to
more easily be transported to en-
tertainments away from the hos-
pital. Godfrey Newman, chair-
man of the lodge's veteran serv-
ice committee, arranged the pres-
entation.
An informal sketch class is be-
ing held at the Beach Y every
Monday evening at 8:15 p.m. The
class is under the supervision of
George Gray, internationally
famous muralist, who gives per-
sonal attention to each individual
attending.
ETS Name Lehrman
ner. Chaplain
oorary membership in the
tTS. Rol ert Riehter post,
[bestowed upon Rabbi Irv-
hrman | the Miami Beach
' Center Monday evening.
I* same time, the rabbi was
ft c.-.upk,:n 0f tno post
commander Nat Pollack
F^ed appointment of P.
.chairman, and Rabbi Lehr-
? Levin' M- Brodcr, M.
tor, A. Le.,n and M. Reiner,
on the welfare commit-
Johansen, chairman, L.
m, S. Stulh-r, E. Lieberman
!*Ginsberg, athletic commit-
"'n'y Carver, assistant fi-
officer: Leona Willman, as-
W adjutant, and H. Johan-
Prc-sentative to the Dade
f'y Vete
Tans are
uncil.
under way for the
V," Conr' rt to be sponsored
I"* Poa Feb. 12
Night Club Performers
To Entertain Mizrachi
Night club entertainers of the
Mocamba, Beachcomber, Latin
Quarter and Copa Cabana an
scheduled to perform at the an-
nual Chanukah latke party of
the Mizrachi Men and Women's
organization 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Beth Jacob synagogue.
The program will also include
Mrs. Minnie Shul ow, i omlc read-
er; Melvin Michael, violinist with
the University of Miami sym-
phony orchestra, an I M fc
etsky, singer, formerly with the
metropolitan Opera association
A cantor will light the Chanukah
candles.
Cochairman for the affair are
Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs. Ida Fried-
man and Mrs. Edith Brenner. The
public is invited to attend.
GABLES CHILDREN
TO EXCHANGE GIFTS
Dvie Is Cancelled;
Course Planned
fcto the Federation board of
??' lkc
P s meeting next Thursday
thr
and lecture
Miami adult
* for that evening will not
- according to A. P. Gan-
ni'ZVT,K cullural series will
?"**> Jan. 7. a new
tiern'i ''T,ures n readings
fPen-d ASH* literature will
(']
-asses will be held at
Wlnsular institute every*
'norninn at
today
, 'Pant, 10:3 a
Sunday school children ol the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
join in the spirit of Chanukah
and exchange gifts at a festival
2 p.m. Sunday at the H.llel House,
3306 Ponce de Leon blvd. A pro-
gram has been prepared by me
students and refreshments will be
served. hcM
Country Club Is Site
Of New Year's Event
Proceeds from the gala Nov.
Year's Eve dance and buffet sup-
per of the Temple Beth Sholom
Men's club will be devoted to
youth activities the organization
sponsors, according to Abe Solos-
ko. chairman of the event. Scene
of the festivities will be the Golf
Park Town and Country club,
ny id. at N. W. 27th ave.
Reservations, $6 per person.
will close next Thursday. No
tickets will be sold at the door.
Jack Schaeffer. Abraham Schiff
and Mildred Solosko are taking!
reservations at the Temple every
afternoon between noon and 3
p.m.
Folk Chorus Offers
Honorary Membership
Unite in song to commemorate
the martyrdom of the six million
European Jews" is the stimulus
with which the Greater Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus conducts its
activities.
Featured on practically every
program of local Jewish organiza-
tions, the chorus is opening its
ranks to honorary members as
well as active participants
Regular rehearsals are held un-
der the direction of Conductor
Sub Pov/esky, at Beth David
Say evenings and Beth Jacob
Thursday evenings. ,
9 Mescheloff i
Esther Norris,
M's.-s Mcschiloff
manager of the
chorus, addressed the member-
candle.
Three Couples Win
Sunday school clas l*Tee ^* Dance
very Sunday morning front 0 Champagne At "JWf
Three couples received clum
JEfcr winning dancejuntes*
a!mrVl2noon. Knijh.untimiy
be made with Mrs. Sidney 1 Ch;
man. 235 Santillane ave
Gables.
Coral
Temple Israel Youth
To Cast Ballots
be held
Elections of officers wi
bv the Youth group of T>mpic
.5 8 p.m. Sunday in Kaplan
"^Dancing to the music of popular
recordings and the serving ol re
'will read English fwahmenta will follow.All young
"f selections bv Jew- neople of the coi gregation
people
vited to attend.
VSTcSS ball -" by
tEmanon club Sunday eve-
* at "K' i^Miss Clarice Grop-
"STSu?BowSi. leading
per and J?""J*Tterg. Sandra
'',KlbUe ndJcMome Robinson.
Brown ^|JJr3j charlotte
SeranJ&Awhowon
the ^'"'""Sd.n.r will be
A ^SabatthV Miami Y
held by the club atu.
Skins, social chairman.
Daily Double
1st and 2nd
Races
il 01 BI11 0 R I lOrtlf

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PAGE SIX
*Je*isttk>ridltori
I

PERSONALLY SPEAKING .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
Visiting their parents for the
holiday season are the Misses
Florence Wohl and Molly Ann
Boyell. Miss Wohl is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wohl. 1236 N. E. 96th st., and
Miss Boyell, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell, J Scott* was borii Dec. 4. They
2336 S. W. 23rd st. Both girls iive at 101 Washington ave. .
are students at the University Stephen Allen, born Dec. 2, is
A. Boxer, 638 Michigan/xive.,
announce the arrival of their
son, Joseph Leonard, on Dec.
4 Steven Edward was born
Dec. 4. He is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Harvey M. Nagel,
218 29th st. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dansky's son, Alan
FRIDAY
PLAN HADASSAH WORK AT LUNCHEON
Member
of Michigan where Florence is
studying for a teacher's certifi-
the new arrival in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Wien-
cate in speech and English and er, 413 Meridian ave.
Molly Ann is majoring in bac- \ A j^y boy was born to Mr.
tenology. ;and Mrs Raymond E. Feiner,
Miss Jeanette Tupler, dra- 1608 xhexeX ave-i on Nov. 28.
matics director at North Shore |His name 1S Leon Maynard .
Temple Israel, Glencoe, 111., phyliis Gale was born Nov. 24.
and a senior student at North- Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, organizational chairman of the
Miami Beach group of Hadassah. tendered a luncheon at the
western university, will arrive, Hyman Greenberg, 411 N. W. Tides hotel last week to key organizational committees con-
hnmo Snnrlnv to snond tho t- term;___ ki______i._ :: / ikn mnm'hApe'hm r^mmiHAA honHor" X%* Mm TABAnU
home Sunday to spend the Third st William Alexander,
holidays with her parents, Mr. son o( Mr and Mrs Ra)ph R.
and Mrs. H. Tupler, 1035 14th K a p ] a n, 1557 Pennsylvania
st., Miami Beach. She will re- ave was born Nov 27 Mr.!
turn to her studies Jan. 5 d Mrs Sidney Diamond's
Taking time off from school daughter, Judy Joy, was born \
to enjoy the holiday season is Nov 2n. Th reside a, 1255
Miss Judy Wolpert. daughter of s w 16th s, The son o)
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. Mr and Mrs Nathan A_ Gold.(
1776 S. W. 16th ave and her stein nM Eudid ave was
classmate. Miss Barbara Field born Nov 16 His name is!
of Massachusetts. Both girls Haro]d Martin Karen Louise
attend Wellesley college wag born Nov 18 Sho 1S the
Also from Wellesley is Max- daughter o( Mr and Mrs. Theo.
ine Bublitz, who will arrive to- doie E Wol(e jr 990 Biarritz 1
morrow. Her brother, Max- dr
Rabbi S. M. Machtei recently
officiated at the Brism of the
well, is vacationing from studies
at Phillips Exeter. They are
the children of Mr. and Mrs.
lir n 1.1:1 nc ut~~;A sns of Mr. and Mrs. Gus ave
Maxwell E. Bublitz, 1746 Mend- .____..____, .. _. ...
sisting of the membership committee, headed by Mrs. Joseph
Pomerance; the fund-raising committee, including Mrs. Milton
Woh, chairman, and the hospitality committee of which Mrs.
J. Gordon is chairman.
Activities launched at this meeting include a membership
campaign for 2,000 members by January's meeting; final plans
for the dinner-dance to be held at the Copa Cabana club on
Jan. 5. the proceeds of which are to be used for Hadassah
Medical organization activities in Palestine, and a project
whose funds will go to the Youth Aliyah, Child Welfare and
Jewish National Fund guotas.
Members of the fund-raising committee pictured at the
luncheon include Mrs. Milton Wolf. Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs.
Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild. Mrs. Harold Spaet.
Mrs. Ben Goldstein. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs. Sam Upton, Mrs.
Lee Rubin. Mrs. F. Kolstein, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs.
Van Straaten.
S. Edelman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miss Beckwitt Names
ily Feibelman made the Zeldman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wedding Attendants
; L_ c;,0i,onc un* Kaplan, Mr.
ion ave.
trip from Stephens college,
Missouri, where she is a senior,
and Mrs. Max
Winer, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan
- Mizrach. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
to be with her parents, Mr. ana ,
Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman OPf6"^"'. MJ, and^rs-
5990 N. E. Fifth ct. Her brother, | ^ll,on Marglis Mr. an? Mrs.
Herbert, jr.. is back from the ?arrv. ?ansky-
University of Alabama. Her-
Miss Beatrice Beckwitt will be-
come t I ide of Harry H. Engel,
son 1 : Mi s, Max Knurl. Charles-
bert returned to school after
three years in the Navy .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Besdine
of New York are houseguests
of Mrs. Tessie Glickman, 1116
Ocean dr. Mr. Besdine is a
distributor of Kaiser Frazier
cars Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Grossman of Gainesville, Fla.,
are visiting friends and rela
tives in Miami Beach. They
are staying at the Astor hotel.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk.
4312 Royal Palm ave., are en-
tertaining Miss Cynthia Wohl-
stadter of Brooklyn, N. Y., for
the holidays. Miss Wohlstad-
ter is Mrs. Turk's sister .
Due to the sudden illness of
Milton Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan
ave., the open house party
scheduled for Sunday was post
poned. He is now recuperating
at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Josefs-
berg, now living in Charlotte,
N. C., announce the birth of a
son, Allan Jay, Dec. 6. Mrs.
Josefsberg is the former Ma-
thilde Cohen .
Barbara Jean, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind,
868 N. E. 81st st., was born
Nov. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Carl
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A 1<>1*2
NOTK'K IS Mi:Ui:i!Y CIVKN lh.it
M Harklns. h<>io>r oi Cbunty Tax
Certificate No. 708 IkhuciI the 1th dm
of June. A.l). 1944, has filed same In
niv office, and has made application
for a tax deed to he liwued thereon
Bald Certificate embracei the follow -
Iiik described property in the County
of Pade, State of Florida, to-wll
W/j Section 8, Township 63 South.
Range M Fast containing 120 acri
more or Icsh in the County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment <>f said property
under the nnld certificate was In th.
name of Chan. R. Krmentrout.
UnleBH s.iirl certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to thi
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of Fehruary, 1947. which is the 3rd
dav of Fehruary. 1947
Dated this 19th day of December.
1"4
(Circuit Court SeaH
i: B I.F.AT1TF.RMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Count v. Florida.
Rv M C. STERRETT, D.C.
12/20-27 1/3-10
Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Richman and Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Minor.
Beach AJC Members
To Be "Third Nighters"
American Jewish Congress
members of Miami Beach and
their friends will be "third
nighters" at the Latin Quarter
when they sponsor their annual
dinner-dance at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day.
Opening tonight with a show
brought from Pans by Lou Wal-
tert. the club will have its regu-
lar performers on hand for the
AJC affair, which will benefit
Congress' educational program to
combat anti-Semitism.
Mrs. Morns Rabinowitz and
Mrs Edna Soifer are m charge of
arranging the affair. Dress will
be optional.
Reception to Honor
Miss Shier and Fiance
A reception for Miss Edith
Shu r in In nor of her engage-
ment to Bernard Applebaum will
toi S, C 3 p.m. Sunday at T< in- be held at tho home of her par-
pie Israel Miss Beckwitt is the enta, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier.
ol Dr. and Mrs. Charles '236 S. W. 21st ter.. Sunday from
Lwitt, 221 S. W. 11 >t. Rabbi :i '" 5 P-m- Mr- Applebaum is the
i u-.il-.. ..; t->.. i M,n "f Mrs. Hane Applebaum,
Colman A. Zwitman and Dr. Ja- ,71. Q w ^ ^
cob II Kaplan will officiate. Nh invitations have been sent
Attei dii g the I ride will be her and friends and relatives are in-
:. M Enrique LaGuette, as vited to attend. The couple plans
n :, and her cousin, u> be married some time in June.1
of
Miss Beberman
University Student
MArhem!>ny Performed J
MaxSh pire will unfe O
Beberman and Leo a*
' 3:30 pm Su;
Beth I avid congregate L
s the daughter [uj
M:" v Beberman. (2nd ct.
'.h.
and. the bndee
Anna
2541 S. W. 16th st.
Mrs Sally Green, tat
8roi wnj ^,
honor and Lester [
brother to the bride, vrjjfl
is best man.
M -.'nattendedi
In Ni a York and is
ployed .i cashier.
A student t the
Miami where he is studyi
counting, Mr. Blui
three years in the Marine (
and held the rank of con
Out-< if-town
the v. ling w .11 be Mr. and J
Saul i n of Net
brothi | |
bride
Miss Han it I Lai g, as maid
honor, The bridesmaids will be
the Misse Judith Wolpert, An-
nette Vitsky, and Anna Mae War-
haw, I. uis Engel, the bridge-
m's brother, will serve as
man, and Jules Beckwitt.
Hi:biit Engel and Ernest Lang
will bi
A recej lion will follow the
ceremony in Kaplan hall and a
dinner will be held at the Shel-
ve! foi the family.
The ci uple will live tempo-
rarily in Philadelphia, Pa., and
later will n ake their permanent
residence in C : ton, S.C.
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. nrCEMBER 20, 1946
rious schools of Greater
H participate in the an-
fcr-school Chanukah cele-
f be sponsored by the
[Jewish Education at 10
bday at the Beach the-
1500 children arc cx-
I, attend fron Beth David,
i;il Gables Jewish
Beach Jewish
School
Icob, Coi
Miami
Miami Hebrew
Cong gation, Miami
rorthodox Congregation,
pie Beth Sho-
the Workmen's Circle
[cpram con isthig of films,
recitations and a
I with the
| schools.
H Kaplan, prcsi-
[ the Gn ati Miami Rab-
| tion. will deliver a
Louis Heiman, presi-
au of Jewish
bo. will greet the children.
of Jewish Book
Max Meisel, treasurer of
breau. will present book
Mrs. Louis Glasser.
i of the bureau board, will
|t the quiz.
in Jacobs of the
man of the
bent committee and will
sted by the Mesdames J.
Inn. J. August, N. Ross-
. Eli. E Karger, A. Steibel,
jrir.an and K Kichman.
Samuel Kelcmer of
[Both Sholom and Cantor
1 Mamches (if Beth David
Kduct the musical part of
logram with the assistance
tr.an Fried at the piano.
I children have been asked
If Chanukah gifts for chil-
nission will be
banRossman, another rnem-
|the bureau, made arrangc-
for use oi the theatre
|h George C Hoover, gen-
f Miami Paramount
N. and Arthur Schwartz,
pi 'if the Beach theatre.
pL. Thompson of the Para-
ibtained the films.
Beach Lodge Changes
Scene of Luncheons
Scene of the weekly luncheon
sponsored by the Miami Beach
lodge of B'nai B'rith was re
cenlly changed to a private
room of the Russian Bear res
l****tlk,ridltor
Home Marks FirsTwT
Plans Dedication
first anniversary of the admis-
5,'on "f ,: resident to the
" Home for the A .
il1 meeting 0f the
PAGE SEVEN
MJOC SISTERHOOD
TO SERVE LATKES
DBG INSTALLS SIX
DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith
A'atkec.card Par,y. sponsored i Girls has six new members fol-
taurant. 927 Lincoln rd. Ha old Horn.' ," < K '
Turk, luncheon chairman ? f directo d We
at the Strath I
last Thursday night. Ii
llh"f"'s';: f the life mem-
I .
rg, chain. :
committee, ann
by the Sisterhood of Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
will be held Sunday evening at
ihe Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W.
Third st. Proceeds will help
maintain the Sunday and He-
brew schools.
Cochairman for the party are
Mrs George Sollinger and Mrs.
Anne Sands.
extended an invitation to mem-
bers and friends to attend the
events at noon each Tuesday.
Magician to Entertain
In celebration of Chanukah a
party will be held for children'of '" "' Phus for dedi-
all ages at the Miami B. j. tion of the new annex to the
ish Center 10:30 a.m. Mo, I y Home at 2
The program was arrani n the \l,:.
SmSr (;""""-: ft, hotel; MiamTieTch:
Diek Thorp, magician, will 1 I M. Louis Miller will
featured and Chanukal | dollar hm sts. Joseph L. Tepper is
will be tcld by the child, f J c?mpaign and president of the group which is
HIAS Banquet Scheduled
' '' 9 is the date chosen by
the HIAS People's Tourist com-
for their annual banquet.
The affair will be held at the Vic-
lowing the candlelight initiation
service held Tuesday evening at
the home of Miss Pat Curtice,
president, 364 S. W. 19th rd.
Initiates are Beverly Curtice,
Rose Guberman, Marion Mala-
koff, Charlene Rossin, Marlene
Koslin and Renee Weiss. Mrs.
Joseph Bermann, advisor, wel-
comed the girls into the chapter.
A Chanukah program is being
planned by the group for Mon-
day evening.
E X T R A 1
On account of my poor health,
good income property for quick
sale.
1157 N. Miami Avenue
See Owner at 36 N. E. 10th St.
Ask for Mr. Ely
icing to Follow
onim Celebration
ill follow the Chanu-
?rcgram to be presented by
fim. 8 p.m. Sunday at the
F Beach Jewish Center, ac-
F to Mart} Mai tell, pro-
Itommittei chairman.
? group is fanning an out-
i park for Dec.
' Wing th( Beach Y at 10:30
group from the Beach will
I'wn members at the May-
F restaurant at 11 a.m. be-
Procttdmu to the park.
"Wire in the evening will
Mhe program.
MIAMI BEACH
PS AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
E-BRONSTON. Realtor
L."*c_^v Real
Lincoln Rd
Estate Sarvlca
Ph.: ISUI
L'sten to the
[Palestine
Report
fery Sunday Evening
Station WKAT
7=45 P. M.

MIAMI BEACH
ZI0*ST DISTRICT
Most people arc astounded to
learn that cancer kills children.
They had always thought of this
deadly killer as a disease of "old
ladies."
That's because cancer ha? been
regarded as a "hush-hush" subject.
No one wanted to talk about it. It
was almost as if there were some
ehame attached to the word.
And the cancer death rate rose.
" vomen ..
WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT III
First of all. we can talk about
cancer. We can discuss it as freely
as mumps, measles or scarlet fever.
The more we do talk about it, the
more readily the "danger signals"
of the cancer will be recognized.
Next, we can support the work
of the American Cancer Society.
This year voluntary gifts to the
Society have made possible grants
of several millions of dollars to
The National Research Council.
RESPECTS NEITHER
AGE NOR SEX
Guard Those to* Uv
. .. WM KnwMf
This year alone, 90,000 wome
83,000 men and 2,000 children Jv un(kr way are expen-
will be iu victims. That is an an- ^ couiprchensive as those
palling total, but even more trag. ^ d c U the fact that one in three might ^^ ^ ^^ w, cventu.
be saved through early recognition ^ flge<)ld ^ery.
d prompt effective treatment. 1 ^ R
AMERICAN CANCER SOCim. 47 BEM El
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TEMPLETON'S LIFE
FILLED WITH MUSIC
Alec Templeton, eminent pian-
ist and composer who appears
locally Jan. 9 under the auspices
of the Temple Beth Sholom
P-TA, takes in music as other
people take in breath. When he
awakes in the morning, his first
gesture is to switch on the radio.
If another station schedules a
work he likes, he goes across the
living room and switches on the
other radio.
Next to his pianowhere he
spends most of his timethere is
a combination radio and phono-
graph. Without leaving the piano
bench, he has command over
keys, dial and discs.
Templeton devotes serious
hours to intensive practising, but
it isn't always easy for him to
tell where practising leaves off
and living-with-music begins.
He works, experiments, dis-
covers something he likes. Then
he puts the discovery to work for
him in a score of other places.!
After hours of such concentrated \
work, he relaxes by playing piano
just for the fun of it. This, he
tells you, is quite a different mat- |
ter from practising.
Following his local concert,
which will be held at the White
Temple auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. I
Templeton will be honored at a!
reception at the Hall of Art, 415
Lincoln rd. Reservations for the
reception may be made with Mrs.
Leon Ell or Mrs. David Harris.
Service League to Give
Picnic for Brownies
A picnic on Dec. 29 at Mathe-
son Hammock is being planned
for its Brownie pack by the Mi-
ami Servlc* league, according to
Mrs. B. Sterling. chairman
Brownies, busy in preparation for
the event, are embroidering "sit-
upons" for use at the picnic.
The group is led under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Milton Stone, Mis
Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs. Laura
Sacks.
A cub pack for boys between
the ages of 9 and 12 is now be-
ing formed by the league. Meet-
ings will be held every Friday
afternoon at the Miami Y from 4
to 5 p.m. with Mrs. Ethel Sernak-
er as den mother.
Rave notices have been greeting Iva Kitchell for the past
few weeks in the national press. The dance humorist, who
will appear at Miami Beach Senior High school Dec. 28 on
the Community Concert Series, has been kruded by Life,
Time and PM in recent issues.
Kitchell gets inspiration for her dance sketches in the
oddest places, at the queerest times. Her "Maiaie at the
Movies" routine hit her all of a whallop at the Metropolitan
Museum oi Art. It is just possible that the Kitchell feet were
hurting and Iva wanted to slip out of her shoes as Maisie
does.
Her appearance here will be under the auspices of the
Beach Y.
AMBIDJAN OFFICIAL TO
VISIT LOCAL GROUP
J. M. Budish of New York, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
American Biro-Bidjan committee,
will be guest at a luncheon 1 p.m
Thursday at the Belvedere hotel,
Miami Beach.
The luncheon will be sponsor-
ed by the local Ambijnn chapter.
Loaders of the Greater Miami
Jewish community have been in-
vitid to attend.
FOR A HEALTHY MIAMI
SUPPORT MT. SINAI
HOSPITAL DRIVE!
shal, president Z' !lvai
board of EL"?*
..'' ; $65'<>0,000.oalill
''" lart sum eve. **|
ay voluntary is,L ^
-"4ht ly the UmtelijS?
JM6. it represent! Se,1
"f ""% forth?!
!' '; Appeal.
BANK EXECUTIVE L
C. Rusm.11 Sohn.46.vjJ
Jen of the America?!
B nkf Miami, died tfwl
attack Wednesday in* J
18 V E. 87th st Hey
in apparent good health, I
Ih-.-ametoMiamunlSj,!
Philadelphia and was credit!
ager for the former .]
Bank & Trust co., until 19tgl
lie bt came assistant cash*
in 1942 cashier. He was*
a viec president in January!
AUGUST BROS ft)
Is thebtST!
Miami Hadassah to Sew Two Women Instruct
For Palestinians
"New garments for a new life
in a new land" is the slogan of
the sewing project adopted Mon-
day by the Miami group of Ha-
dassah in connection with its
Palestine supply program for
: efugees.
Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, head
of the program, named Mrs. Ben-
jamin Blum chairman of the sew-
ing with Mrs. Hyman C. Moser
as cochairman and Mrs. Rose
Burstein assisting.
Serving with Mrs. Jacobs are
Mrs. Elix Hinkus, Mrs. Simon
April. Mrs. Ida HartZ and Mrs
Morris Aron.
Highlight of the meeting was
the commemoration of the birth-
day of Henrietta Szold. Hadassah
founder. Members participated
in the candle-lighting ceremony
and made donations to the Ha-
dassah medical organization for
the privilege. Mrs. David S. i-
naker, HMO chairman, officiated.
Mrs. Joseph Carp presided and
lighted the first candle on the
birthday cake.
Mrs. Moe Feingold reported on
the recent national Hadassah
convention.
Council Charm Forum
Mrs. Sydney L. WeinJraub
and Miss Lenore will instruct
the charm forum of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women in
public speaking, charm and
make-up at 2 p.m. today at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Weintraub is chairman
of the forum which maintains
Council's scholarships at the
University of Miami.
University to Present
Handel's "Messiah"
The University of Miami,
response to a wide demand.
ua
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t$
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in
is
presenting Handel's masterpiece,
the "Messiah", for the third con-
secutive year, Sunday at 4 p.m.
in the auditorium of Miami Sen-
ior High schools
First written in 1741, the "Mes-
siah" was presented before char-
itable institutions and hospitals
the following year. After the ini-
tial performance. Handel re-
wrote much of the oratorio, and
the finished work was published
in 1767.
Sunday's program will be par-
ticipated in by the University
Symphony orchestra, conducted
by Modeste Alloo, a chorus of
150 voices under the direction of
William J. Lee, and four soloists.
The soloists will be Olive El-
liott, soprano; La Rue Storm,
messo contralto; Charles Wilfred
Smith, tenor, and Robert Reinert,
baritone.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO CHOOSE QUEEN
As a climax to Junior Hadas-
sah's Hi' n I" i ship di i\ e, the girl
who bring: t i most members
will be crown. M Ml mlxr
ship of 1946 ai d 1947" at a Cin
den 11: Ball to b< hi Id at the Wof-
f. rd I otel, De< 28
The winru > u ill be pn i nted
with a plaque by Mrs. Alex Van
Sti aaten, advisor,
Wii ner of the plaque for three
Utive v.i i k.- will retain it
pel mam ntly,
Ei '. i lainn i nt will be provided
by Joseph Pardo, singer, ai
panied by Bcrnice Rabinowitz at
the j iano. A "blind date bureau,'"
headed by Elarose Rogow is ar-
ranging date- for Junior Hadas-
sah gnls.
The membership committee,
. by Miss Doris AH in, is
divided into two v ams and the
group bringing in 75 members
will be awarded a prize by Mrs
Van Straati
In the first group are the Mi i
Rosylyn Worth, chairman; Elaine
Paulsen. Florence Hildebrandt
and Doris Shapiro. Tin- seci nd
group consists of the Misses Shirl-i
ty Pardo, i n; Mitzie De-
Koven, Frieda Ankus, Selma
Lewis and Nogah Slobin. Prizes
will also be awarded to n. mbers
who bung in 50 members.
Tickets are S3 per couple. Each
member may bring one guest cou-
ple. Miss Doris All.in. 1918 Lib-
erty ave., is taking reservations.
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SEMI-FINALS
of the
ANNUAL JUVENILE
tfiiound Ctop^nsliipj
FINALS MONDAY NIGHT. DEC. 23rd
MORE THAN ^V '** W ^ PURSES
THE RICHEST PUPPY RACE IN THE NATION
"Our Modern Maccabees" will
be Dr. Max Kaufman's sermon
topic during serrices this eve-
ning at the Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood.
LAWYERS TO INSTALL
Installation of officers and di-1
rectors of the newly-organized
Miami Beach Bar association, will
take place 6:30 p.m. tonight at a
banquet at the Copa Cabana club.
Officials to be installed are
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent; Ben Cohen, vice president;
Darry A. Davis, second vice presi-
dent, and Jack A. Abbott, sec-
retary. Harold Zinn is in charge
of arrangements.
This clastic will bring together the outstand-
ing puppies in the greyhound racing world.
See the Nation's fastest greyhounds in ac-
tion ... at Greater Miami's oldest and
largest dog track.
TRACK CLOSES DECEMBER 26th
REOPENS APRIL 4th, 1947
TRACK fe
115th Street Between N I: 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves
Post Time 8:00 PJ
DAILY DOUBLE
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DECEMBER 20. 1940_
tSEHS TO DISCUSS NEW PARTY
TS CIRCLE SERIES
==^==Zl^hinuridiar
, economic and political problems and the progress
National Education Committee for a New Party will be
Id by August Claessens, formerly member of the New
l! lature, in a series of talks this weekend.
p'cent candidate for Congress, Claessens will speak at
U sponsored by the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 ai
or lyceum. 25 Washington ave., this evening and Sun
A Monday evenings. Saturday evening he will speak
tale's Vladeck Branch 699 at *
peaker at the lyceum last night.
Circle's Vladeck Branch 699 at the Miami Y. He was
iDeaker at the lyceum last niaht.
& evenin8 -eVcnt WU
uet to honor the mem-
JEgene V. Debbs, pioneer
K'is national secretary
Social Demo, ...tic Fcdcra-
L an instructor at the
dioolof Social Science in
^ He has written a
0[ bucks for the AF of L
: Branch 692 are
bbcrn. financial secretary;
Cninn. corresponding
w; Samuel Katz, treas-
jman I ibson, recording
-v; Dr. L iis Sadoff, hos-
br Miami: Harry Abram-
Imspitaler for Miami Beach.
ibers of the cemetery corn-
are H. Abramowltt, J.
Mrs Esther Elkin, H.
and S. Jackson. Felix
al and Leon Elkin serve
press committee.
ig the Ladies" club of the
are Esthei Elkin. chair-
iatie Tishler, vice chair-
Jflie Laibson, financial sec-
fetta K stein, recording
v. and Sarah Gold, treas-
Iquaint origin of latkes as
St popular C'hanukah deli-
I supposed to be the pan-
Ihastly prepared by the
iwomen for the soldiers of
* when Ihey halted for
ile pursuing the troops of
.'Sthened were
. iors by those
that Judas Maccabeus
used to have decreed that
[should i at latkes on
kah.
Kosher Killed
[POULTRY
P Quality Obtainable at
SONABLE PRICES

lOCHED ON PREMISES
PLFORD POULTRY
!N.W. 8th Street
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MORE FUNDS TOR IDA
B'nai B'rith. y Sholt'm lod8f.
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** raising agency for
or defense agencies
_> Art.-D,famati.m league of
' and the American
h Committee
iOO from the
' ration in 1946.
PAGE NINE
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OPEN 7 DAYS
Burris to Address
Jacksonville Center
Jack I). Burris. president of the
;< ich Zionist district, will
' the Jacksonville Jewish
munity Center this evening
His topic will ho "What Future
world Jewry?"
Mr. Bun is was guest speaker at
last Friday evening's services at
lemple Enianu-El, Ft. Lauder-
dale.

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raiDA*.DECEMmi
SCHWARTZMAN TO GET
COMMISSION TODAY
Ted D. Schwartzman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartz-
man of 2845
Fairgreen dr.,
Miami Beach,
will be gradu-
ated from the
United Stales
Mi reliant Ma-
rine academy
at Kings Point,
N, Y., today.
A vi teran of
World War II.
he will be com-
:i issii ned a n
ensign in both
the U.S. Maritime S< rvice and the
U.S. Naval Reserve.
Pi lor to returning to Ins home
at Miami Beach, he will visit
fi lends and n latives in New York
and Baltimore.
U J.A. BRIGHTENS HER HANUKKAH IN THE JEWISH HOMELAND
Get Acquainted Brunch
Is Weekly Event
Every Sundaj morning at 10
a.m., TV mple B< th SI olom plays
I ost at a "get acquainted brunch"
in the Frances K. Powell restau-
rant, 525 41st st.
To get acquainted with your
! >, according to Louis J. Krensky,
lii unc i aii man. Thi re at e no
fund-raising campaigns and no
long spi i just a morning of
good fellowship, he said
To Choose Sweetheart
Royal Palm chapter of AZA
will ch e a "Sweethi art" at its
eighth annual dance at the Wof'
h i ;; 30 p m Saturday.
Vying for the title are Rhoda
Zi an Shi nkman and
UNVEILING
The unveiling <>f a memorial in
memory of the late W. L. Wil-
liams and his wife, Jennie, will
take place 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, of Congregation Beth David
of which Mr. and Mrs. Williams
were life-long members, will offi-
ciate.
Arrangements have been made
by Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument company. Friends
and relatives are requested to at-
tend.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams were
the parents of Nat L. Williams,
Miami attorney.
Assimilation Is Topic
"Assimilation or Rededication"
is the topic chosen by Rabbi
David Raab when he speaks 8
p.m. tonight at Temple Emanu-
Kl in Ft. Lauderdale. Special
Chanukah services will be pre-
si nted,
Today we light one candle on
the first day of Chanukah and an
additional one on each successive
day of the festival, but once it
was customary to light eight can-
dles on the first day and to re-
duce the number on each succes-
six night.
SHE KF.EPS THE LIGHTS BURNING. Thi* three-year-old Palestinian child
lilfcti lh traditional Hanukkali esndlei in the window of her borne in the
hop* that the ceremonial alesm ma> .how the way to a new life for tl.oufamU
of di'placed Jewi anxiou-ly wailini for entry to the J.-wi.ii homeland. Jo
assist in the reconstruction of Palestine and its n.>> s.lllenient by Europe
Jewish survivors, and to provide l-rgc*calc relief and rehabilitation to home-
less and destitute Jew, all over the world, in addition to adiurtin*. refugee-
newcomer* to the United States, the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overteai Need, and Palestine ll undertaking a phenomenal 1941^ nationwide
campaign for f 170,000,000. American Jewry's support of the 19*7 United
Jewish Appeal for $170.000,000 will enable the Joint Distribution Committee,
United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans to give hope,
home and a future to the 1,500,000 Jew. who survived Ilidcrum and war.
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phono 2-7439
20,
Pf player Coq^
Miami Y Cagemen
Under the leadersh
Cutler, former DrZ? *
Mimil;
tlc<- session.
are U
Monday ;,n,| Tuesdiv e"
the Miami Y. daycvei"n
Monday ;,nd tu-i,.7 ?**
Tuesday fV
1 of about
for
montl arting jan7
Six teams have s
are prartu-.nR under the
of Mannj LubeiL
"Maoz-Tzur," (R^ of ,J
the familiar hymn that j?
after the kindling f the cv
kahhg:.:- ;, is not a Jewuantf
but an :..l;.ptatH.n uf anoU&
man folk song of the m
Ages Thi German tune has j|
been utilized by Christians Mi
tin Luther having employ
for his chorals, Oneofthe',
1,1 L rd Byron's Hebrew He.
dies""On Jordan's BankH
was set to the music of
Tzur" by the great poet's fa
ish friend, Isaac Nathan.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
X, v. ; f the Jewish War
V. ti ran ffici lly launi
in tii, Pain B< ai I i Sun
afternoon at Si hei Memorial hall
.; Greenstein n I
: i f the post, whic!
r two Palm
Bi H lates who
baum of Miami, and Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Bernbaum
were pi escnt foi thi cei emony.
Abe Goldman of Miami, who
.- Fli rida d< partment command! i
of JWV, was installing officei
'i main add: ess w as deli\
: ','. I Wai U bV Phil O'Connell, local attorney. wili ^ presented at the luncht
lost i
Th were Sheldon Ben *
got M nd M Si I B< m-
LFAR
A large delegate ml tl e Mi-
JW'V ai d Art i i ican Legion
atti n I
Flags were pn enl to the
Y t e Palm Beach bi anch
i f the Florida Power ai d Li
:: ; any.
Sholem Lodge to Hear
MacVicar At Luncheon
I 1). MacVicar, newly-elected
county commissioner, will be
. uest -i aker at the B'nai B'rith
Sholem lodge luncheon 12:15 p m.
today at the Downtown Club res-
taurant Mr, MacVicar will speak
on "Problems Confronting Coun-
ty Commissioners."
Cochairman for the luncheon
are Burnett Roth and William
Pall.it.
A review of the lodge's accom-
pli.- hinents during the past year
on
wfc r*
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In t!.. ab nee of Rabbi Man-
ui I (in ensti in, J. Glas er,
dent of Cong] Beth El, of-
ted at the congregation's
services Friday night. Mr. S
:: .'. as cant i
next Friday by E. Albert Pullot,
out-going president.
Community organizations were
asked this week by Louis Hei-
man, president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, to select repre-
sentatives of their groups to serve
on the Bureau.
(
Faye Canter presided at the
special meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Stars Monday evening at the
Fried's home on Florida avenue.
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.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
tVurtly Qonfrdentlal
(Copyright. 1946, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate)
BT phineas j. biron
rgNTION: J. EDGAR HOOVER:
the "German Communist Organization" operating in the United
ues is a gigantic canard blown up by notorious nab
Lee to the United States of America" You. as chief of th.
ki, should make doubly certain that your prestige is not being
de a tool of those men whom you should expose as No. I en
democracy ... We mean the 'gentlemen- who escaped I
llilion trials and who consistently violate post office regulations
sending their filthy propaganda through the mails ...'.;
>Vl... why don't you get some of these American .
lellites of Hitler and shut them up once and for all'1
tresent a real danger to our country.
ioADWAY GOSSIP:
Milton Berle, currently brightening Nicky Blair's after-
fctinNVw York, may cancel a $15,000 a week Miami i ib d i(
Last-to-coast hookup offered by one of the big foui
ipanics is th'' reason Al Jolson is also considering a
L. he wants to transcribe it, a la Crosby May he something
[the Winchell report that Al has been clawed by Wall Street
L,rs... Eddie Cantor is offering $500 for a caricature of Ins
Iroy Wojewowski Cantor Kilroy, who sprang fully grown
ihis "father's" head is a 200-pound football player, and is said
avc Eddie's pop-eyes Johnny Garfield, win, started hi
w ten years ago as Julie Garfinkel of the Bronx, is slated f(,i
llead in Warner Brothers' "Rebel Without Cause" The UiU
i summary of all the miscasting that has so completely "t;
|rf:e!d. who might be a good actor if he could get out of Ins rut.
IMPORTANT:
There is a tendency on the part of certain groups to min-
miie the importance of Columbians, Inc. The fact is that
the Columbians are in line for big financial subsidies from a
jroup of industrialists who intend lo use its anti-Negroism
ind anti-Semitism in their fight against organized labor's
rire io unionize the South,
NCTUARY:
[Leonard Lyons, New York Post columnist, reports that William
lbs. head ol Creek Relief in the United States, and Dean Alfange
hibematorial candidate in New York, will urge the Greek gov-
ment to invite ">0.000 Jewish displaced persons to settle there and
p rebuild the country Your columnist recently reported an
Kal by Elian Barzalai, chief rabbi of Athens, for "moral and
ferial aid to assist the democratic peoples of Greece" Ral
Wai reminded us that Greek democratic forces, who saved
nds of Jewish lives during the Nazi occupation, are today
[persecuted and terrorized by the Greek government ... A
femment that is using the same police force the German Fascists
1 during the war Jewish DP's can expect no sanctuary :
a government.
r POURI:
[Its good t,, have Carl Alpert back in the New Palestine
"ling Lights." by Bella Chagall, is distinguished by 36 draw-
|of Marc Chagall, which makes it attractive under any circum- '
J"? It is published by Shocken Books Yeshiva College,
? York rabbinical seminary, will play a 21-game basketball
"Mule this year, opening against New York university and clos-
lagainst Brooklyn college The future rabbis have produced
K upsets in past seasons Judge Sam Leibowitz will return
*i the 22nd World Zionist Congress at Basle, Switzerland, in
j to preside at the Nickel-Mergcnthaler trial Ben Cohen.
I aide to Jimmy Byrnes, is livening up Big Four conferences
i doodled sketches of the conferees ... He presents his models
leted sketches, with "the compliments of the artist."
Community Coop****
In Nurse Recruitment
P'u11 cooperation from schools
^ immunity organizations was
'*i thi8w* by officials of
''"' DJ..... C0UIty chapter, Amer-
' H" Cr : nurse
"""'n< activities in conjunc
': witn -1'" norial hos-
u
out "'- ;<> communities of th.
inty.
nt drive to recruit 40
thi l b 15
'''" nurse training i
continue through Jan. 18.
nc. of
munity ,,.;. |
I1""'1 ,:' fivelocalso-
" rl titer-
Each
IS nan,.I in the amount of $300
I remain
'
''.....
' a' thi hi pital.
The entir. i
iod of three years, with
:"'*t six months devoted to
intensive classroom work.
room, 'hoard and
laundry service at Jackson Memo-
rial nursing school. In addil
M5 mthly follow-
ing the ,,x months preclinical
''' '!';: : i nl : appli-
cants :;. i., between
the ages of 18 and 30, unmarried.'
high school graduates and in
: health.
Further information on enroll-
ing in the class and application
scholarship loans may be ob-
tained by calling nui sing activ-
American Re I C iss head-
. 507 N E First ave., or
Jackson Memorial hospital.
Metro Council Maps
Local Radio Series
A series of radio programs is
being planned by the Metropoli-
tan council, coordinating body for
local B'nai B'rith groups, accord-
ing to Harold Turk, chairman.
Geoige J. Talianoff, Florida re-
l- director of the Anti-De-
famation league, and Miss Gert-
Carnovsky, district director
( B'nai B'rith girls work, are
lkl! gements for the se-
i ies.
The committee on constitution
by-laws, headed by Walter
C. Kovner, will present its rec-
ommendations to the council
n the next week.
PAGE ELEVEN
Teach Cardiac Children
Resumption of the Bureau of
Jewish Education's classes at the
National Children's C a r d iac
Home was announced this week
by A. P. Gannes, director of the
bureau. The classes are taught by
Miss Dorothy Lightman.
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
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FOUR LABOR ZIONISTS
TO GET JNF AWARDS
Four Jewish National Fund
golden book certificates will be
awarded to active workers of the
local labor Zionist movement at
the Chanukah celebration of the
Jewish National Workers alliance
8 p.m. Saturday at the Beach Y
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on the significance of Chanukah.
The cultural program will be fol-
lowed by Chanukah refreshments,
The public is invited.
Report of the JNWA conven-
tion will be given by Jacob Fish-
man 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Beach Y. Fishman was a dele-
gate to the convention held rc-
cently in New York.
New Workmen's Circle
Branch Lists Leaders
Officers of the newly organized
Branch 692Y of the Workmen's
Circle were installed last night at
the labor lyceum, Miami Beach.
Heading the group, which is
the English-speaking divisi< n, are
Paul Katz, president; Lou Golden
and Bill Brody. vice presidents:
:. Cobern, financial secretary;
Sylvia Katz. recording secretary
Helen Brody. corresponding
secretary; Bill Brody. treasurer:
Marsha Sadoff, hospitaler; Beat-
rice Goldberg, publicity chair-
man; Leon Cooper, social commit-
tee chairman; Bill Brody. press
committee chairman.
August Claessens, former New
York assemblyman, was guest
: at the meeting
Temple Emanu-El Plans
Party for Children
A dio broadcast depicting the
of the Maccabees will be
nted by children of the Tem-
ple Emanu-E) religious school
Id 30 a in. Sunday at the Chanu-
kah party to be held in the Ft
Laud< rdalc Ti n pie.
Sp nsors of the show ill be
Merle Sanford of Station WFTL
and Osi ar Siegel.
B'NAI B'RITH DONATES
TO NURSES MEMORIAL
Contribution of $2,000 to the
Nurses National Memorial by the
Washington. DC, chapter Of
B'nai B'rith was announced this
week by Arthur H. Johnson,
chairman of the memorial.
The B'nai B'rith gift was made'
in memory of Lt. Frances Y Slan-
er of Boston. Mass. a Jewish
voman who was the first nurse
killed in action in the European
theater in World War II.
To be located in Washington.
DC. the memorial will be a na-
tional headquarters for medical
service women.
YPL TO HEAR TALK
ON JOB PROBLEMS
Members of the Young Peo-
ple's league will her a talk on
"Employment Problems of Jew-
ish Youth Today'' given by
,;, rge Tahanoff. Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation league, when they meet
8:30 p.m. Monday the Miami
Beach J< wish Center.
A new organization program
for the year will be presented by
Samuel SI. an, executive dilcitol
of the Center.
Mrs. Shapiro Invites
Group to Latke Party
Chanukah will be celebrated
in traditional fashion ai the
latke party Mrs. Max Shapiro
will give Monday evening at
her home. 498 S.W. 18th rd..
for members of the Kadimah
chapter. Pioneer Women's Or-
ganisation for Palestine.
Mrs Shapiro is chairman of
cultural studies for the chapter
whose membership is near 100.
Part of the 21.000 Pioneer
Women in North American,
these young women devote
JBPAY.tteBu^
Y PLAYERS REu
Undrr the directi.n ,
YMHA have bcEim ,"ol
March. u s"netin
Groups are now w-
'''-'-'niak-C^''
' "nine -ind ge,echl,
ning. n rudayJ

TEMPLE MEN'S CLUB TO
SEE MOVIE, ELECT
The film, "One People," will
f, atured at a meeting of the
M, elul. of Temple Beth SI o-
lom 8 p n Tl ursday at the Tem-
ple. Tl e movie- will be shi wn
the courtesy of the Anti-
11. tion leagued B'nai B'rith.
Alex Strauss, sole candidate for
I, nt. w ill : e el< cted with
ffici
Fi llowing the meeting a recep-
. : : eld and refn
ments will be served.
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DECEMBER 20, 1946
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
POLITICAL NOTES:
What is going to happen to the
Agency? Many a well-
rtad reader frequently confuses
the Jewish Agency executive with
hl, executive of the World Zion-
Orcanization under the mis-
that they are the
. Actually they are
will bring it vory close to
j me Zionist conception.
DIPLOMATIC NOTES-
! The decision of the Council of
Foreign# Ministers that the go
"'""n's of Hungary and Ru-
mania turn over heirless Jewish
is!
appro! i 0
same body
tw0 ,, parate bodies.
While the world Zionist exe-
cuiive is composed of Zionists
only, the Jewish Agency execu-
tive is nominally composed of
an equal number of Zionists
and non-Zionists Usually
the non-Zionists in the Agency
meet immediately at the con-
clusion of the World Zionist
Congressat the same place
where the Congress has taken
place__and name their mem-
bers of the executire How-
ever, there will be no meeting
of the non-Zionists in Basle
after the conclusion of the cur-
rent Zionist Congress.
How, then, will the executive
of the Jewish Agency be formed?
Who will name the non-Zionist
s? This question was dis-
in New York by both
! and non-Zionist leaders
bi fore the Zionist Congress
opened The non-Zionists,
though entitled to .0 per cent of SS.^fitW
bothered, to utilize this right. worl> I behfi the
Now the Zioi .. *"*> """< this ruling .
that their non-2 -...... _! 2?ta7? J'
more active in th, l!l
And
'
, "",,,< '" :' ency session of I .,
** *ey I t the no, I h "he pe
lomst members ol the Agej b. ken
executive be i rdlu, etaoin shrdlu etaoinenuu
organizations not affiliated with As the Zionist mi Spe_ med it will not only be a
cifica ly. they want organizations ^""on of securing heirless
Ukethe American Jewish Confer- Jewish property for Jewish
en<('' ,h' Wish Com- "''-rehabilitation, but also real
Imittee, the B'nai B'rith, the Board reParat'ons for looted Jewish
Of Deputies of British Jews, the belongings For example.
Alliance Isra<
tion of the German diplomat
Ernst Vom Rath in Paris .
Not to speak of confiscated
Jewish enterprises and the
burning down of synagogue
buildings, the value of which
runs into billions of dollars.
The right of the Jews to ask
reparations fn m Germany has
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Agency execul ke up the \n Germany after the assassina-
non-Zionist membi i
This is a departure from the
traditional form of selecting non-
Zionist members which had been
in force since the days of Louis
Marshal and Felix Warburg .
The American Jewish Committee,
with whom the li a lers of the i
world Zion i ment arc ne-
gotiating on tl tter is op- ai,uall.v already been acknowl-
posed to the change Speak- edged by lhe fact ,hat the Allies
ing of the American Jewish com- all"ttwl S22.500.000 from German
mittee, it can be predicted that i reParatl"n funds to the Intergov-
at its annual meeting next month ernmental Committee on Refugees
it will announce a change in its ''"' ""' work of resettlement of
policy on Palestine And the displaced Jews.
Now the question will be how
to embody in the peace treaty
with Germany a number of j
clauses which will not only guar- i
antee restoration of equal rights
, to Jews, but also secure financial j
| compensation Incidentally,
the inside story of the "tight- \
| rope walking" which Jewish lead-
1 crs had to do between rival East-
ern and Western blocks at the
Paris peace conference in their
effort to secure the "Jewish
clauses" in the peace treaties with
Hungary and Rumania is told in
the current issue of the New-
Palestine by I. L. Kcnen, execu-
" live director of the American
Jewish Conference ... As be-
tween the Anglo-Saxon powers
on the one hand and the Slavic
countries on the other, "the Jews
were in a no-man's land" .
However, Soviet foreign Minister
V. Molotov solved the problem
during the meeting of the council
of foreign ministers which has
just concluded meeting in New
York ... He had the Slav bloc
agree to a compromise under
which heirless Jewish property in
Rumania and Hungary would be
turned over to local Jewish com-
munities rather than to the pro-
posed International Refugee Or-
ganization of the United Nations.
I his compromise was acceptable
to the Jewish leaders in the
United States, since it was in line
with their original demands at
Paris.
LITERARY NOTES:
Had Stefan Zweig, the great
German-Jewish writer, not com-
mitted suicide in 1942 in Brazil,
disappointed in a world infected
with Nazism, he would have lived
today not only to witness the de-
struction of Nazi Germany, but
also the publication of two books
in which he was personally inter-
ested One is his own "Balzac,"
' the biography of the great French
writer which he completed short-
ly before he took his life .
The other is his biography "Stefan
Zweig," written by his own wife
Friderike Zweig and published
t by Crowell.
Like Zweig's biographies of
Marie Antoinette, Mary Queen of
i Scots and others, his "Balzac"
\ published by the Viking Press
; is a fundamental literary portrait.
It is a classic on which Zweig
worked for many years The
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PAGE THIRTEEN
volume "Stefan Zweig," although
written with a deep feeling of
love and devotion, is more of a
personal record of Zweig's life
than a true analytical portrait of
him.
We learn that Zweig's grand-
father, a prominent Jewish busi-
nessman in Ancona, when it was
part of Austria, was a banker to
the Pope ... His mother never
knew the difference between Jew
and non-Jew, but died under the
Nazi regime persecuted by Hitler's
racial laws The book reveals
the interesting fact that Zweig
owed his literary career to Dr.
Theodor Herzl ... It was Dr.
Herzl, who, as literary editor of
the Neue Freie Presse, the lead-
ing newspaper in Vienna, accept-
ed his first articles and encour-
aged him to write.
The book also discloses that
Zweig, since his early youth, had
an aversion against Christmas
trees When Austria became a
republic, he was offered a diplo-
matic post, which he rejected be-
cause of his conviction that a Jew
occupying a prominent position
aroused envy, and thus injured
the Jewish people These and
other interesting details of Zweig
are interestingly told by his wife
in a book which will be of inter-
est to Jewish readers since it
throws light on Zweig's sensitive
Jewish feelings.
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Use of Electricity
Shows Marked Increase
Florida's winter season is al-
most two months ahead of sched-
ule.
This was revealed in figures re-
leased by McGregor Smith, presi-
dent of the Florida Power & Light
company, which showed that
electricity consumption is greater
now than it was at the height of
the season last year in February.
The power company president
said that its system peak last Fri-
day night was 236,000 kilowatts,
the highest ever, which exceeded
the raid-season peak last year by
20.000 kilowatts.
New customer connections, an-
other barometer, showed 20.000
more customers today than at
this time last year.
"Florida's growth is vividly
reflected in these statistics."
Smith said. He pointed out that
an even greater total will be
shown when his company is able
to get scarce materials for serv-
ing new construction. "The
scarcity of copper wire, poles and
transformers has slowed down
these new connections even
though the company is fine-comb-
ing the nation for these items and
has brought poles in from as far
as Washington."
But along with the optimistic
outlook for season business, there
came a warning that scarcity of
transformers may cause a serious
problem in event of a cold snap
Smith explained that trans-
formers are used to reduce tin
electric current from the high
voltage to low for home use
When these transformers are
overloaded by too much use of
electricity in a given neighbor-
hood, they burn out and must be
n placed.
"In normal times there is no
difficulty." he said, "but now
there are not enough transform-
ers available for very many re-
placements We are discouraging
use of electric heaters. If a cold
spell comes, householders should
make sure that the heaters and
the electric stove are not in use
at the same time for that would
put too heavy a load on the trans-
formers which cannot be re-
placed. If the lights in your
house crow him. that's a sign the
load is getting too heavy and you
should turn off your electric heat-
ing appliances."
The power company president
said thousands of transformers
are on order but scarcity of ma-
terials makes their early delivery
highly improbable.
Obituaries
CHARLES
Mrs. Rat Charles, 12, ol <''<: Nau
tllus Jr., Miami Beach, died Saturdaj
Mm earns here five year* ago from
Chicago. Surviving are her hushanu.
Karl A. Charleaj three daughters, in-
cluding Mrs Eunice Horowlti ana
MIhs Joan Charles, three sisters, Mr
Milton Dine. Mrs Harold U
an.l Mrs. Sidney Backs, all o Ml
ll.a.h. ami four brothers. Serylc.-i
were h.>M in Temple Israel, mm River-
side Memorial chapel in charge oi ar-
rangements.
KORMAN
Mrs, Minnie Korman,
r 92a
Fifth St., Miami Ueai h, '""I Saturda)
She came here foui yean igo "/;'''
New Sfork
three daughu
Bui \ i*:" ai a son an
,,f whom, Mr*
Minnie Flcher, lives R( Miami K>. h
The !!% was ceni t" N; >"'h "
the Rlverclde Memorial chapel
Richard Wartell Named
Army Fiscal Officer
M-Sgt Richard H. Wartell. son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Wartell,
1579 Meridian BVe has been
named fiscal
SLOSBERO
I/.uls II Sloaberg, 15. ot
caj ne i>i\ came here 10 yeani ag<
X. Y. sm v Ivlni are
Slosberg: twi
Miami, and
rhursda} '
from II ifl
in- |f< Mrs l<
....... Myron ind f J
i, daughtei In Hurl i >
alaters, Mrs r*annle lutcl ami Miss
Harrlel Hlosberg, Miami l'"""1 h, anu
,i slater In Lakeland I'l.i
SCHULTZ
Mrt Ida Behulti. 70, of 1361 Mvr\ I u
av* Mil......'each, died i
.lav. She cam.- here I
from New fork
husband, Harry, son
Stt \ lcs w i i
Riverside Memorial
ha pel
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DUX Celebrate Holiday
A special Chanukah program
was presented by the Dux club
Wednesday evening at the Miami
Y. Chanukah lights were kindled
and a talk on the significance of
the holiday was given by Dan
Rosenthal, activities director of
the Y.
Games and dancing followed.
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MAGRILL
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War- I veteran h"
rhattanooya, Ti ni .,
lurvlvlng are his father, Kilns J
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HERZ
Mr. Martha Hi r, 92 I ''.'
Wi-dnesday at h.r home, n-i N "
4nd si She imi Miami I
!, from New for" v "" '
Mn Sadie Herachfleld, M
Services wi hi Id li I
i .. il Home chapel
ROSENBERG
Morris Rosenberg. 55, '-" v u
Si i ,,x. died Mnnda; Hi
D years ago and onerati ai
imhrella repali shop at 512 N W
avi HI- wife, Mrs Vetts
. i i ,-i con and a daughti i
I The bod> was sei I In Sew
v ii b) the i loi don Puni i al home
BROWN
l-hlliv Brown, 52 of I Mn Fifth st
Miami Reach, died Monday Survlv
ii l- ;i his wife, Mn Lena Rmwi
Mas a nd Ram, and a dnngh-
., Miss lv '> firm* n, ill of Ml iml
i:. i ti s. i wen held I ll
Rlvi r d( Memoi lal rl
RAND
Mr- Rnphle Rand of 44 151
-i m nml Ri hi h died Mi iid Bi
had liv -I hi re ".' veari
ren indm ''! Monrla: R
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Rand, Miami Reach, sun
RANKER
Mrs Ida Panker, 64, died T u laj
Bhe MM fi"in Ni v- k I-
i i^,. .ii -i ii\ ,-d at '. J" i \.
i\,', Miami Reach Burvlvlnc. are hei
husband, Mori Is i .-..-. A I
ind Lennai d Panhei u I n mghti i
Mrs. Bertha Mini ilellli
Rea Riverside Memoi lal
ranged foi New 1
SCHAFFER
Harry s. haft.
died Tuesday II, moved hen ihn
years ago from B| i fli l m iki
FUvi de Memoi al
for cervices h R
PASCUL
Isadore pasenl, .
f 251 Washington avi Miami I
died Tuesdaj He moveil here four
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vlvlng ire hi wlf. v | p
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ami Reach Services n In Hlvei
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HARRISON'S GARAGE
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BUICK and HUPMOBILE
Body, Fenders and Painting
Top, and Seat Covers
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officer at the Loi
Alamos, N. M..
Army post. Be-
fore taking over
ins (1 ii t i e i .it
Los A 1 .i m o b,
Wai tell was fis-
cal auditor for
the Manhattan
pioji it for four
m ii n t h s in
W a i n gton,
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Pleasantville Constructors, Inc.,
m Nassau f o r a period of six
months in 1942. During 1943, he
was chief project auditor for the
government in Bclem, Brazil.
Wartell was inducted into the
Army in 1944 ami later served at
Oak Ridge, T.nn as acting bus-
iness manager of the Oak Ridge
iiicii and Welfare associa-
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m March of the same year and
was government auditor there
until September, 1945.
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classic between the two great un-
beaten elevens of Classical High
of Lynn, Mas- and Granby High
of Norfolk, Va.
Remaining tickets for the end
battle and pageant, sponsored by
the Main Temple Shi me of Miami
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301311 Wathi
Mami Beach. Rabbi Moms Mescheloff, Canlor Louis D. F*d'0n "''
"American Youth and Palestine" will be the theme of th
Zionist Actions committee services at 8:30 p.m Guest srJ ? ount
be Charles Freefield with Al Curson. Ed Boyer. Uavi; L%h WlU
Saul Genet leading the scriptural and responsive ieadine c?^11
a.m.; intermediate youth service 9 -, m- b,abbath
ii..',' Jur"or mn'
service, 830
negation, 10 a.m., followed by a kiddush
S. J. Freedman in charge. Mincha at 5
Bible
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Sudos at which Rabbi Mescheloff will speak ,',n th'c'^--^ 8^*1
week.
Potion of thj
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 s w
17th are, Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabalos Shabbos. 5:15 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8 15 Dm
dedicated to the Jewish Social Service bureau. Mrs. Btniam
Movers, president of the bureau, will speak. (The frum was can
celled last week due to inclement weather.) The Talmud Torah
choir led by Joseph Malek will accompany Cantor Bcrelc Ktlemw
in liturgical and Palestinian selections. Hillel Sabbath service 9
a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Dedicating Our Youth" Cantor
Kelemer will chant the prayers. Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed bv
ShaloS Sudos. Junior service. 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Talmud
Torah with Mrs. Fred Oehs and Mrs. Emanuel Karger as hostesses
Bar Mit/va breakfast sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Adler
8:30 a.m. Sunday with Mrs. Leo Rotenberg and Mrs. Ochs as host-
esses.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
"Youth Accepts the Challenge" will be the theme of a d.
cussion to be held by the Debbs chapter. B'nai B'rith Girls, at ser-
vices. 8:15 p.m. Participating will be Berenyee Badanes, president.
Paula Lachs and Irene Jacobs. Following the services, Mr. and
Mrs Abraham Kasow will be hosts at a reception in honor of I
wedding anniversary. Sabbath service. 8:30 a.m.. and student
services, 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Shapiro will speak en "Recon-
m nation" in observance of Chanukah. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weasel
will be hosts at the Bar Mitzva breakfast club sponsored by the
j P-TA. 8:45 a.m. Sunday in honor of the birthday of their son,
Buddy. During the assembly, 11 a.m. Sunday, a Chanukah playlet
will be presented by the students of the Sunday school. Parents
have been invited.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "The Peace That Is Death" at
services at 8 15 p.m. tonight. Saturday morning services will be
held at 9 am Rabbi Lehrman will preach on tin weekly portion
of the law The Bar Mitzva of Rubin, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel
H Ball's, will be observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. Sub-
lay morning.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sixty-one new members will be honored at tin rV d.,>
service. 5:15 p.m.. which will have a Chanukah heme R->bb,Z^t-
man will preach on "Light of a New Day." Judge Harold :B.Spa*
president of the Temple; Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, p.esident of
Sisterhood; Louis CUman. president of the Mens club, and a rep
ntative of the Youth group will participate in the serv
reception sponsored by the Sisterhood Will ifollow with tte*
dames Adolph Werthe.mcr. H. F. Fisher. Stella Hantn-an. Ben amm
Landau and Harold B. Spaet serving as hostesses _""-JW"
Lewis will light the candles and say Che blessing. Sabbath service,
11 a 111. Saturday.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beacn.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Canlor Samuel Kelemer.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Jewish Youth at the Crossroads'
at services, 8:13 p.m. tonight. Sabbath service, 10 45 a m. ^,u-u ,[
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical p.rt ons a
services. First monthly luncheon honoring bn-thdaVs c' u.
Ol the religious school will be held at the Francis K. Fowu' '
rant following the birthday service at 10:4o a.m. in
The luncheons are sponsored by the P-TA.
"LIFE" Magazine: "Her audi-
ence was convulsed call-
ed back until all she
could do was gasp she
was plain tired and wanted
New York "TIMES :
ought to travel ... on ne
trail of the various balW
companies o restore sanity.
John Martin.
to go home."
THE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
PRESENTS
i KITCHELL
COMIC DANCE FIND OF THE YEAR
"TIME" Magazine: ". mas- New York "PM": ^nfcl
tered techniques of all da"" w
ballet styles." evening.
December 28. 1946 Miami Beach High Sc
Adm. $3.00 (Tax Incl.)
AUSPICES: YM fc WHA OF MIAMI BEACH. 1 LJ
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5 5319


/ DECEMBER 20, 1946
,^^0^1 Closes
BS Juvenile Finals
lta"V',iilu.ls iind race compe-
fe since its opening on Nov.
r5 move to the clow of M
I1 greatest meetlnp in h.s-
|,: ^Thursday, Dec. 26. Bis-
" !,,,! meeting of 44
K Will open April 4 and con-
LfflESie nal races of the an-
i Juvenile championship, an
Bt going for more than $5,000
Krses to be the richett puppy
JeTever run on a kennel club
*Tte Mmi-finali are slated for
tonight and the rich Juvenile
ffpionship finals on Dec^M.
\ special 10-race card has been
Arranged for Tuesday and Wed-
.dav With the closing nights
card being a salute to the
broaching Orange Bowl foot-
ball classic Biscayne'i manag-
ing direct r, Joe H. Adams, is an
Bowl committee member.
Another highlight of the olos-
pi mises to be one or
between the two
nal racers since Nov. 15,
Rollei and Sandy Roll,
r.,iticinal start of the
last year, Flashy Sir.
With ih' nightly 10-race sched-
ules starting at p.m. each eve-
n;nir. the crowds continue to jam
|il,,nt that is rolling
along <>n a $190,000 to $200,000
pite several nights of
inclement weather. First, second
and thud choices are dominating
the cards to give Biscayne an-
other meeting of notable formful
racing.
TO PORTRAY MIMI
Jtni*.t fir rid/gun
ISSB to Aid Students
In Social Work Career
An information service for
^udents interested in social
work as a career has been es-
tabluhed by the Jewish Social
Semce bureau, according to
Charles Cohen, executive di-
rector.
The bureau is concentrating
on encouraging young people
irom the local community to
enter the profession, and on re-
cruiting the JSSB staff in this
area, he said.
Students may consult with
Cohen at the bureau's office.
127 N.W. Second st
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he under-signed, cliring to engage In
uuHlneBH under the fictitious name of
M.NDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144
W. Eighth Btreet, intends to reg-
ister raid name with the deck of the
ueult Court of Dude Cnuntv, Florida
mv,., .,,l:NltV II. PENCHAN8KY
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
27 1/3-10-11
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
iiu.vin.s- under the fictitious name of
ROYAL POINCIANA REST.U'RANT.
at i::\ k, \v. J7th Avenue, Miami,
la, Intend to register said name
with the (Jierk of the Circuit Court of
- '-!- County, Florida,
RUDOLF BBOEEST
MARTHA BEGEEST
AMOS BENJAMIN,
Attorney for Rudolf
Martha Begeest,
"" Olympla Bldg., Miami 32.
12 20 27 I '3-10-17
Role of the fragile Mimi will
be portrayed by Marita Farell,
soprano star of the Metropolitan
Opera association, when the Mi-
ami Opera Guild pn i nl La
Boheme" in January Sholem
lodge, B'ruii B'rith, will sp
the Jan. 14th performance which
will feature a full symphonj
chestra and eh.mm at thi Miami
Senior Ilijih School auditorium.
Tickets, priced from S3.60 to
$4.80. may be reserved with Marx
Feinberg, chairman of the opera
committee, at 405 Congress bid",.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Saperstpin Annnml^J iderslgned, desiring to engage In
uvij-eiaiein Appointed inder the flcUtlous name ol
Albert I Qnnnrci l -i ALLAPATTAH PROPERTIES, In the
,J tanl Miami. I-'......la, Intend to reg-
: : inistrator for the '"': ""' ~'"'1 "'"" "'"> e Clerk
city of Mia. B rida.ClreuU Courl "' ";"'" County>
assistanl city attorney Jan. l. A
late of the Uni\ | Mi-
ami law school, he practiced law
in DetM.it four .-.ens and pi
the Florida bar last fall. He has
been a city employee tor five
AW MEYERS WEINSTEIN
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
' i 3-10-17
SEASONS GREETINGS
Superior Sheet Metal
Works
830 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-3163
School Children See
Puppet Show at Party
A costume play will highlight
the Chanukah party for ch
of the religioui school ol Temple
Beth Sholom to be held 11 a.m.
Sunday at the Tempi', 4144 Chase
ave.
A puppet show will be present-
ed by Mrs. Samuel Palenu r ai d
finals in the "dreidel" contest will
be held. Refreshments will be
served.
-;,JANISCHEIVET
MAT/0 MEAL

Memo for sutra Chonukoh joyr
fluffy. feather-light pancake* -
better-tailing every time mod*
with hi fint o matio meeli
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esp
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on
and Korea
You can stil. wriSe these
tickets in the Regular Army
N> enlisting in the new Regular Army for 3 years you
have two very important privileges: ... .
You may choose any branch of service wnw i i i
qnotai to be filled. Also, you may select to serve m cei
everscai theaters which still have openings.
New higher pay, education, training, experience, trai
W all a part of modern Army
life. Gel the facts at your
u- S. Army Recruiting Station.
JOUR REGULAR ARMY SIRVIS
"" NATION AND MANKIND
W WAR AND PEACE
A oooo iob ton rou
U. S. Army
CHOOtC "*._.
,l(, ,*OftSSlOH HOW,
U. S. POST OFFICE
ROOMS 302-303
WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS
Oo^STa^) Multiple Viumlu
until tomorrow. ptul
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ii rti-rslgncd, desiring to engage In
us under tin- fictitious name of
SIXTY-SECOND BTREET PROPER-
TIE8, in the City ..f Miami, Florida,
I to reglstei the said name with
iin > i.ru ..f th.- Circuit Court i.r bade
' nunty, l-'ici Ida
JERRY WEINSTEIN
BENJAMIN MEYERS
ROBERT BRENNER
HERMAN II. BRENNER
12/20-27 l/:!-l"-i7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
inder the fictitious name of
TROPICAL TRADERS, al tit N. W.
12th Ave Miami, Pla., Intendi in
register said name with the i'i..rk of
the Circuit Court nf Dade county.
Florida. REBA BALSAM.
12 L'"-:'T 1 :: 10-17 Sole owner.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEAN-
ING COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd
Btroet, Miami, Ela., Intends to reg-
ibter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY KAHN
Sole Owner.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN HAY SPORTSWEAR MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY, at 2163 N.
\V. Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Oounty, Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERO
HARRY MILDNER,
Partners.
LESTER LA SKY,
Attorney for Applicants.
1105 Congress Bldg.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
"UI.IJNS FISH MARKET, at 604
Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
AL RENNERT
HARRY EDEI.MAN
SOIiOMON BRAUNSTEIN
Partnera.
HERMAN M. BERK,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
bs under the fii titlous name of
VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2970 N. W.
Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla., Ini*nd to
register said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
fJLARENCE .1. WALLACE
SAMUEL KI.KSi II
Co-owners.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants.
II 29 12/6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business Ulid-r the fictitious name of
FLORIDA UPHOLSTERY SUPPLY
CO., In the City of Miami. Florida,
i to register the said name with
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
| County, Florida.
HERBERT HOFFMAN
BETTY HOFFMAN
EDWARD 11. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
11 29 12 6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEW ERA HYDROPONICS, at 3491
R W. 17th Street, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD SCHINI
JACK N. WEST
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Bldg.
11/29 12-6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OCEAN BLUE HOTEL, at 334 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH W. GELFMAN
BESSIE GELFMAN
SAMUEI RUBIN,
Atorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
11 & H BATTERIES, at 4601 N. W.
22nd Ave., Dade County, Fla., intend
to register said name with the clerk
,.f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HAROLD B. ColIEN
Harold 0. VanDAM
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants.
12 13-20-27 1/3-10 ____
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
inder the fictitious name of
CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26
Alton Road. Miami Beach. Fla.. In-
i. ii.l lo register said, name with the
fjlerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
inty, Florida. __.__
MORRIS CRAVIS.
ETHEL CRAVIS.
Co-Owners.
SAMUEL RUBIN, .
Attorney for Applicants.
: jO-27 1/8_____________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
, under ""^teUtlojw nama el
HERMAN'S VALET, "t 1390 8. W.
"th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend to
. r said name With the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County.
'' '' HERMAN KALER
ELINOR KALER
mi PILVER.
attorney for Applicants,
liog Congress Bldg.
I, .,, 12/8-13-20-27_________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
,l .undersigned, desiring to engage In
Florida. AN BCHREIBER.
WA Sole Owner.
\t \X I! SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
H/M-29 12'6-I3-2Q_________,
Tv rnFNTY .IITMiES COURT
'-"DAP!: .'VnTY FLORIDA
, ,..,,. .^VlNW. CHESHIRE.
Final DMharn as gSBI, >*;
'""", "' ,i,.t on the 16th da>- of
eased: and that l" ,y t0 the
'""'.' ,WQo,hhd*lI-lrnf November. 1946.
Thlof%nLEY H CHESHIRE
"' ^i Executor of the estate
V John W. Cheshire.
"^fcafHgW*
.1/22-29 12/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at
7932 N. E. Second Avenue Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL SILVERBLATT.
Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RESTAU-
RANT, at 655 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, Fla., intend to register said
name with tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida. -
ROSE KOSHER
RESTAURANT. INC..
a Florida Corporation
SAM SHEMISH. Pres.
SAMUEL GOTTFRIED. Sec.
MILTON FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/6-13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at
2049 N. Miami Ave.. Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida. ,_
ROBERT KNOBEL.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 13668 .
Re: Estate of ELMER J. BLENIS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
NOT1CE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of ELMER J. BLENIS. de-
l-eased; and that on the 16th day of
December. 1946, will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Elmer J. Blenis. de-
ThlS 20th day of November 1946.
WILLIAM GEERY
Administrator.
MAX R. Sn.VER.
Attorney for Administrator.
11/22-29 12/6-13-20
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 17065 .,
Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of DAVID K. REED, de-
based and that on the 23rd day of
December, 1946, will apply to the
lion W. F Blanton, County Judge
of bade County, Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as xeoutrlx of the
estate of David K. Reed, deceased.
This 18th day of November, 1948.
ESTHER K. REED
Executrix of the Estate of
David K. Reed, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
11/22-29 12/6-1S

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PAGE SIXTEEN
*Je#lst>flcridfori
IHTOA^DECEMBER
Hospital
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The
Mt. Sinai
Hospital
Building
Fund
Campaign
Mt. Sinai Hospital will be a non-sectarian general hospital
operated under Jewish auspices.
Campaign goal is $2,500,000. According to the survey of
Dr. Jacob J. Golub. this is the minimum amount needed to
begin construction of an efficient, modern hospital
Present campaign for $2,500,000 is exclusively for the build-
ing and equipping of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Campaign will be formally launched December 15. 1946.
and will end April 15. 1947.
Ground is expected to be broken for the new hospital in
early fall of 1947. It is hoped it will open in 1948.
The entire Jewish community of Greater Miami, also winter
residents, visitors and vacationists, will be solicited for
funds.
It is anticipated that approximately one-half of the hos-
pital's accommodations will be devoted to semi-private and
ward patients.
The hospital site has not yet been determined. It will be
centrally located and easily accessible to patients and
doctors from Miami and Miami Beach.
Alton Road Hospital will be operated by Mt. Sinai Hospital
of Greater Miami, Inc., as the Alton Road Hospital and only
as a stop-gap operation until Mt. Sinai opens its doors.
Alton Road Hospital will open in January. 1947. as a 50-bed
institution.
First payment on hospital pledges may be made in Decem-
ber. 1946.
Although payments may be made over a three-tax
year period, it is necessary that the total sum of $2,500,000
be pledged during the campaign so that the Board of
Trustees can be assured of having the necessary money to
purchase the site and begin building operations.
Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc., has been ac-
cepted as a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Any gift of $1,000 or over can be a permanent dedication.
A schedule of dedication opportunities is available cover-
ing every part of the hospital from a bed to an entire
wing.
This campaign will succeed if contributors will set their
giving standards to the magnitude of the Mt. Sinai Hospital
undertaking.
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
1002 Congress Building. Miami
1660 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach
FOSSETT'S
THIS SPACE MADE
POSSIBLE THROUGH
THE COOPERATION OF
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
ETHICAL DRUGGISTS
Largest in the South27 Years
168 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-7691
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L MCBMBEH 20, 1946
NAPKIN PROJECT TO BENEFIT BETH^AVm
*^'hl nt jiidliicinn
PAGE SEVENTEEN
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Certified Poultry & Egg Company
41 N. W. 10th Street
OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 9 0 6 7 6
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
NOW LOCATED
1553 S. W. 8th Street
eph I. Bermann (third from left), president oi the Belh David Sisterhood, coalers with
_ of ,he club's napkin project on results to date in the fund-raising wok ^ento
E names are embroidered within the Mcgen David on each linen square heTanking
|be assemb ed into a hug. banquet cloth use a, Beth David events Shown w^MrT
Bann are (left to right) Mrs. Maurice Sager. treasurer of the project; Mrs. BeT Fssen
.airman.- Mrs. Bernard Sterlma. chairman, and Mrs. Max Bergman, reservation chairman
[the donor luncheon to be held at the Roney Plaza at the conclusion of the project.
______________________________________ -Photo by Philip A. Feldman.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DOBBS SERVICE STATION
475 41s. Street Road Service 3.9134
WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION
TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
singer-Pancoast
Second Season
j (Jrossinger-PailCOaBt hotel
liami Beach has opened for
cond season enhanced by a
i decorated and furnished
and a sparkling, postwar
n.
l Grossing! r has been nam-
Lnagmc director of the Mi-
IBeach hotel by his parents,
and Jennie Grossinger,
i famed resort at Ferndale,
[which hears their name.
feer members <>f the staff in-
i .: Horowitz, executive
.:.:. Leslie Super as resident
iger and Miss Nan Cohen,
again as social director. Joe
ir.an is superintendent of
Re.
Miding td the Grossinger
n. the kitchen will be run
I strictly kosher plan. The
(tth will be observed and
kly lervices will be held by
i Stone.
peational facilities include a
ished card room, a 420 feet
: beach, cabana club, shuf-
:d courts and the palm-
Pancoast park.
^.indpipor room
latthe hotel Saturday eve-
[ featuring Joss Cortez and
- :'. orchestra.
JKAH GREETINGS
JUDGE
HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
|ALL ... A MOST
tfPY CHANUKAH
CAR RIB
NOVELTY CO.
pported and Domestic
Novelties
1306 Congress Building
PHONE 3-0110
BEST WISHES FOR
H*PPY CHANUKAH
Fncha Restaurant
F N. Miami Avenue
JtaUl' M,au Our Specially
We Serve Parti., On
Hequeit
pHONE 2-9210
Two Men Sought Here
By Desertion Bureau
Information concerning t h e
whereabouts of Sam (Sol)
or Aron and Joseph Pel'
also known as Joe Feldman or
Jake Fried, is being sought by the
National Desertion Bureau.
Aaron, a painter, is alleged to
be living in Florida. A native of
Austria, he is 5 ft. 11 in. tall.
weighs 190 lbs., has blonde dark
hair, light complexion, grey eyes
and is around 43 years old. He is
being sought by his family, a wife
and two sons, currently iiving in
the Bronx, N. Y.
Joseph Peltzman. sought n be-
half of his minor daughter, Flor-
ence, who is living with her moth-
er in Brooklyn, was born in Rus-
sia on July 4, 1897. He is 5 ft. 10
in. tall, weighs 240 pounds, has
light brown hair, blue i .
usually works as a ladies' coat
operator or counterman.
Anyone knowing the loeati >n of
these men is requested to com-
municate the National Desertion
Bureau. 67 West 47th st., New
York city.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
"THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS"
LINCOLN ROAD
CHANUKAH
GREETINGS
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Aril.
25*17
T
DAN CHAPPEL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
i(!
J. B. FORD
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
307 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-3508
aOGUST BROS Hyp
? ir'the BESTf
u ____
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Jewry,
ACE-SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE
3898 N. E. Second Avenue
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES
A Service Institution
Phone 7-6677
. EVERYWHERE
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
HOLIDAY SEASON
SEASON'S GREETINGS
It. T. JEFFRIES
of
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
1.1.
DISTRIBUTORS OF VAN MERRITT BEER
2101 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONES 2-0351-2-4404
Miami, Florida
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS .
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
KENMDRE HOTEL
AMERICAN PLAN OPERATION
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE KITCHEN
1050 Washington Avenue
5-6621
BEST WISHES FOR A
MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
HERB FRINK
YOUR MIAMI BEACH MAYOR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pinetree Drive
MIAMI BEACH
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
+Jeisl>ncr**to.
5^ECEMber
PANORAMA
By DAVID SCHWARTZ *
I have a little imaginary daugh-
ter and like all children she asks
many questions. Isn't that the
great difference between children
and grown ups? The children are
always asking questions. It is not
the hardening of the arteries so
much that is the sign of age, as
it is the hardening of attitudes.
'Yes," I said, "that was a mir-
acle, but there was a greater mir-
acle performed at the same time.
The Jews had only a small num-
ber of men fighting the mighty
Antiochus. the mad man. with his
great war machine. Judas Macca-
beus raised a standard. 'Who i
Like Unto Thee, 0 Lord and
As long as you are inquisitive, calicd Upon those willing to sac-
interested, searching, you are rfflce all. to come to his standard.
voung, no matter what your age|and the small number ol brave
is or at least you are younger men threw bark the enemy and
than your age. saved the Jews and Judaism, and
My" little g.rl saw me putting you might say they even saved
the Chanukah candles close by Christianity too, or If thi Jew
the window. "Why don't you put had been destroyed
them on the mantle piece?" she
asked.
I told her that Char.ukah can
dies were required to be placed
would have been no Christianity.
"Now," I continued, "you know
i ne of the great lessons of Chanu-
kah, why we should place lights
seeking to bring the refugee* to
tine We will teU about that
]lU,(. girl, you read about to the
P.,. Who jumped overboard
and tried to swim <> shore, we
SS tell Of the brave Palost.n.an
J.Wi who swam in a withering
British fir, to prevent a British
fhip from taking back the refu-
gees. Yes. it iS a great ep.e story.
Wo are I near it to realize its
grandeur."
Mv little girl paused for a mo-
ment Then she said. 'Tomorrow,
you will lighl a second Chanukah
candle, w there will be more
"''Ye*, I Bald, "let us hope there
will be more light tomorrow.
The kindling of Chanukah The first oV^^5511555
lights was prohibited in the third never occur ^ Chani*ah
century of the Christian era in year it occurred Tue% '
Persia because the fire-worship- I u was 0 on Wedn^
ping Magians. to whom fire was I the Chanukah h hUStom,
sacred, were in power. | house. ** outal
c 11. -; wctv reouireci 10 u> ^'u"- ........- -- ----- ,
I:,',',,. ^Ihcwmdows that people by the windows that Peopl
outside may see them.
"Whv?" she asked.
"Because." I said, "the rabbis
believed that these little candles
conveved a great truth and inspir-
ation and so all should see them."
But they are very little can-
dles." she said, "they only con-
vey light a short distance."
Mv child." I said, "when you
grow'up. vou will find that even
a little light is not to be despised.
The whole world might be pitch
dark and yet with the light of a
little cai die you could see your
way through it from one end to
the other. Sometimes a little light
. saved the whole world. Cha-
r.ukah commemorates this very
thing.
"You know." I contmued, "the
passing may see them and take
heart, that all of us may realize
that even though we are small
and think ourselves weak, we
may yi t be a force, if truth, and
right are with us."
"It's the same thing in Palestine
today." my little daughtei said
"What do you mean"" I asked.
"Well, the Jews are small. The
British have a bigger army,
haven't they?"
"Yes." I said, "they h.,v, "
"Yet the Jews are fighting'
there."
"Yes." I replied.
"Then the Jews in Palestine to-
day are also Maccabeans," she
said.
"I think you are quite right in
iou riiuw, -.....--- vour logic," I said. "Today we can
Jewish law is tl at il > u have no understand these Maccabeans of
money to buy Chanukah candles. ..ij bPtter. because t- laj e same
While the actual meaning of
Chanukah is dedication because
the Temple was : .dedicated dur-
ing the events which the holiday
commemorates, among the many
explanations advanced for the
origin of the name Chanukah is
that it comes from Chanok. or
Enoch, a character in Genesis.
the great great great great-
grandsi n of Adam, who lived Jb5
years and who is associated by
mystics with light because his
years on earth equalled the num-
ber of days in the sun's journey.
you must go and borrow it. You
Lipposed to borrow for
candles. You are not
supposed to borrow anything for
kind of fight is taking place."
"Do you know that some day
some writer will tell the story of
supposed to : row *"*"" the heroism of the Jewsh fighters
any of the J lldys-?x: ,lf Pal-tine of todav and we will
of Palestine of today and we will
read it in the history books as we
read in those books today the
,. these little Chanukah
lights."
-Why is that?" she **. st--. -of o.sm of the- Mac.
H' ''" ;;y S, 'f cabeans of old!"
' : ":"',V''d;h "You're a mature mind, my
Why is it so important she daughter said ,., am sure
'>k',<: ... ,~>*Atath 'that's exactly what will take
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"Oh, I know." my little girl
.said, "what wondrous things they
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Temple, they found only a little
jar of oil for B day or two, and
a miracle happened and the oil
lasted for eight days."
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L pECEMBCTjO.
1946
JEWS IN SPORTS
ByHASKF.LL COHEN
icobs recovers from
illness it is ex-
*S that he,wiU
the role
Mike
serious
ir.ue
.e promoter.
.astheexci
unning
Garden court Holman spok<- at
Abratns, however, is doing a lit-
ng. II.- dragged down the big.
* Pe ol his career when he
"I SIS.000 for his share
PAGE NINETEEN
mellow ar.d isn't anxious to start
taking punishment. If George
Halas thinks he needs Luckman
r it will take quite a bit of
vjoiul-u luuii nomian spoke at .------ *<.>,uuu ior his sharo ,.f ,,;. 1, ^-----
length on the role of ,poS m f" Colum-
curriculum of th in,ti.,. I "* f monev h, :U: '" lu,t' s,d awaV ^ the
for his
Boxing
lent
of
best Mike
r^atcVhimself at all
itement prevalent
boxing shows is not
l0 the health of one
buffered a cerebral hem-
[fremarkable how the con-
jacobs-baiters among the
have let up on Mike dur-
KSst week's confinement.
r vered by many sports edi-
J the New York area, Mike
have their respect
I. promotir.C ability.
11 far from the cleanest sports
te world but no one can say
Lb; hasn't been responsible
[pulling the Kame up to its
eminent status. He has
most of the racketeers out
" Garden and handles his
notion with a skill hitherto
pown am'"12 the fight gentry'
old, calculating, and disagree-
t character. Jacobs has gained
[respect of his enemies, too.
It the recei t beefsteak dinner
|,e New York Boxing Writers'
iciaticn the scribes were
jurprised to see Abe
leii, president of the National
Association, rise and ask
assembly to join him in pray-
the boxing mongul. That
lone should pray for a boxing
jtoter was unheard of and at
J to pray for Mike Jacobs was
linkable. But there they were
tding and praying for Jacobs,
I hard boiled ticket broker.

bat was a nice speech Nat
man made or. the Garden court
Ireen halves of the City Col-
10 game last week which
tratid the centennial anni-
ary of the founding of the
With members of the City
ktic teams lined up on the
"v h may bet ..
j out 01 ....
curriculum of the institution A ?'
rather funny crack by a
threw the press section h t .,
panic as the members of !. v probably
ball squad were announce! rh, "B nan ,;;,
boys, one carrying a football ur.- ,i'-',n't been doing too well ;n
der his arm, entered the arena tootbaU but if you scanned their
from the 50th Street side. As he weel up you ,.
K nol
I:' to lure Sid away from the
Bears; however, Halas can be
very persuasive himself when the
occasion demands.
S
sauntered across the court, the a ^arnol ... Eagle i
wag shouted: "Two to one hi
One of the monarchs of the
Chazars, a South Russian people
who were converted to Judaism in
the eighth century, was named
Chanukah.
w--------------- vai*. ||. f v---a 'in. i |
fumbles." City's grid teams havi
The traditional Chanukah drei-
del's four Hebrew letters on each
sideNun, Gimmel, Hay and
Shinare the initials of the He-
brew words Hess Godol Hoyoh
Shorn, meaning, "a great miracle
occurred there," the miracle be-
ing the eight days during which
the oil burned in the Temple.
never equaled the record of
mo t i ..
J rusalem was liberated
the Turks on Chanukah
from
1917,
;. ghts
hoop squads. In fact they are ": <. Txn.^l'T m !i
known to be the weakest football p ;iVj A1 tnby hfuv'ne entered
outfit in the F.ast vtar ln and ... city during the Feast of
rumoi ;
rt war era. .
leirpla .'

is alma mat
to C !
..asn't : .... ,
thing i tain, hi
the N.V
Lc-Jair Teachers college. Sch- ,. ,.. ~ hr ,'........ '
.s had to be married. ., tei
knocked off Montclair
outfit in the East, year in and
year out.
This being the post
basketball coaches h
pect anything from the
Nat Holman, coach at City Col-
lege, was confronted with a ni w
excuse for a player mis
game last week when Paul Scl
mones begged off playing ...
Montclair Teachers college. .
mones
City
big score the team dressed .
riedly and rushed to Schmones
ances l l ,i ine niuht fnrrp
reception. Holman ,s look.,. Sid :/
ward to two more wedding, on his ,,....,,. k, : :,
squad when Milt Greenberg and b knock(
Hilty Shapiro join the Ust of starts 6 Sid ,..,
benedicts within the next few going hang aroun
weeks. >At thirty, he is beini
Speaking of weddings let's not "
forget that Georgie Abrnms inter-1
rupted his honeymoon to take on
Marcel Cerdan, the French Tiger
in a humdinger of a middle-
weight bout. Cerdan won the
duke but Georgie did so well the
Garden is clamoring for a re-
match sometime in March.
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(Copyright, 194. 8ven Art* Feature Syndicate)
PLAIN TALK
. FROM ALFRED SEGAL.
OBITUARY:
I should tell you about aj president of two store* that
nobleman among the Jews. He
has been dead about two weeks,
but an obituary needn't be a
matter of the moment of a man's
death. The saddest thing about
obituaries is that they are for
one edition or. maybe, a couple
editions of the newspaper.
All that a man did and lived
for is publicly dismissed between
the hours of one newspaper issue
hare to do with women's ap
parel. The morning he died,
when I came to the newspaper
office where I work. I found
the young reporter who han-
dles obituaries writing about
him. He asked me: "Did you
know Adolph Rosenberg who
died this morning?"
I looked over his shoulder. He
had written: "Adolph RoWtt-
the hours or one newspapei ishue r^, A
and the next. Tomorrow the bft prewdent ofG dMugs and
piece of paper that contained the the Pans store. d>ed suddenh this
story of his life will be flying ...
awav on a breeze in the street. I chUtod the you h That
Awhile ago. in a mood of curi- tot the way to, start >''>
ositv I stopped a piece of news- His being president of GWdjng
p'per f.ultenng along the pave- and the Pans .tore was the least
ment. What. I asked myself, was of him ,- nri '
this stray fragment carrying? As Yes. Adolph ^fa"*gM
a newsman I had long entertained vate business was extra-curricu-
melancholy reflections on the, lar. you might say. to his ma n
evanescence of what a man writes purpose of being a noMemar,ta
for the daily press. Jewry. He gave more than half
L .." T1, mtMm nt his time to it. He made it a
There .was: The scrap of dedication ,, understood what
paper in the wind earned the
it meant to be a Jew It had to
hfe and works of one ol out ^ ||fc ,hat WM jn
notable citizens who had just
d,ed^ The newspaper had made *ewigh teaching, with thc
much of his Passing. He was a in wh,,h Jewa would
banker, an industrialist. There- *
porter wrote there was no est *
mate of the astronomical figures
Of his wealth. It was all in the
wind now.
So it pleases me to do the rare
thing: to write the obituary of a
man after he has been gone sev-
I weeks; to look at him m per-
spective, unlike the reporter who
. to write of him in a hurry,
in the hour of death. Besides,
to write about a good man even
two or three weeks after his
th may suggest that his good
ks do live after him and con-
fer upon him the only immor-
tality man can lie sure of.
This man was Adolph Rosen-
berg. In our town (Cincinnati)
he was a leading business man.
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(It made no sense of a Jew to
take his ideals aside as a private
possession for his private com-
fort and delight. He must join
in the synagogue with all the
other Jews to carry the light of
Jewish ideals into the world.)
Judaism was no exclusive self-
service for the conveniences of
Jews. It was a mission to carry
the lights of the Torah to the
ways of all men and to join it
with the lights of other men of
lined will who are going in the
same way toward the brother-
hood of man
Adolph Rosenberg was no
scholar in Israel but the DUll-
ness man who thought out his
way of being Jewish. By th.s he
lived and worked. Before noon
each day he put his business
aside to g- to the office of the
Union Of American Hebrew Con-
gregations of which he was the
president. Coats and dresses
could wait. Mr. Rosenberg felt
ihe had more important concerns
than that in his function as a
Jew dedicated to help establish
Judaism in the United States as
j an ethical and spiritual way of
life
Jewish ideals, as expressed in
Jewish religion, were central in
his concept of being a Jew. In
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations he could be
helpful toward furthering this
cencept. This was the better
job and there was scarcely a
day when he wasn't at it. He
was a non-Zionist but his heart
was warm for Palestine and its
upbuilding as a good home for
the homeless. He was no anti-
Zionist, for to be anti-Zionist
would mean to take part in one
of the dissensions of Israel.
The controversies in Jewry
saddened him. When Israel
should be marching in unity be-
fore the eyes of its enemies. Is-
rael was in warfare against it-
self. Israel was stopping along
the way for angry controversy.
In his high place as president
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, Adolph Ros-
enberg was the conciliator be-
tween the contenders in Israel.
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A man of peace among the few
whose feet are bright on the
mountainside, the bearers of good
tidings of peace. He was at his
Jewish function the day before
he died. As usual, he had put
away his business affairs, had
gone to his desk at the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions which was his daily altar.
He had been ailing for some
years and maybe he should have
gone home to rest after his daily
stint at his business, but through
five years he chose to take on
his double dutythe few hours
at his business, then his service:
to his religious faith which he
gave feely through the afternoon.
He died early the next morn-
ing. "Well," said the young re-
porter, "how would you write the
lead on Mr. Rosenberg's death?"
I wrote: "Adolph Rosenberg, lay
leader of the 340 congregations
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, died after a heart
attack this morning."
"You see," I said to the boy,
"his religious faith was the main
thing in his life and that's the
lead for his obituary, not his
business."
But the city editor changed it
a bit. City editors are dazzled
more by the prominence of a
FRIDAY,
^CEMBER
altar. So it caL <*
"Adolph RoJJ^'thB
Giddmg's and V?*
congregations 0, ,'*
American Hebrew cl ^
l'"" aft" a hit gre
morning." art a*k
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l^.YDECEMBERM. 1946
Juni0r Congregation
late8 Holiday Event
In celebration of Chanukah. the
cHav school group of the Ml-
SU Hebrew School and Junior
*nl B-.tion will present a pro-
ongrt he Amvet club, 420 S. W.
iraK!have from 10 a.m. to 12
Bghn Sunday. Mr. H. M. Dre-
S.pros.acnt, will welcome the
^program will consist of
rhVnukah recitations by Ita
S M.lvin Price, Alan Stone,
5, Massre, Connie Scoott,
SStI Seldan, Larry Coulton and
El Long; kindling of Chanu-
S 1 hts bv Arnold Cutner and
Sarnev Jacobsktad; "The Mean-
Sr of Candles" recitation, by
Arnold Cutner, Bernard Fogel,
u.rvin Michaelson. Barney Ja-
bskind. ROM Massre, Sheldon
S, Roberta Fogel, Nelline
Braunslein. and Lois Schwadron.
The story of Chanukah will be
tnld bv Jackie Langer and Lila
Golden. A play entitled "Antio-
,. Coward" will be present-
ed included in the cast are David
Lancer Matthew Becker, Robert
Blank David Fuchs, David Tow-
e Myron Coulton, Howard Gold-
en Philip Cowan, Marylin Kos-
tof'f and Robert Winter. Lorraine
Jacobskind will be the narrator.
Eddie Siegei president of the
Junior congregation, will talk on
Chanukah. Rabbi Simon April
will address the group.
The entire program was pre-
pared under the direction of Mrs.
Simon April. Refreshments will
be served. Parents and friends
are invited to attend.
The story of Chanukah does not
I appear in the Old Testament but
is recounted in post-Biblical
Books of the Maccabees, all writ-
ten in Greek by Palestinian,
Alexandrian and Cyrenese Jew-
ish writers within half a century
after the events portrayed in the
Chanukah saga. The writers were
followers of the Maccabeans.
TO ISRAEL
In commemoration / ,i, ,,.,_
bration of Chanukah and the
meeting of the World Ziomrt
Conore.,., in Basle, Switzerland,
Dr Z. I. Sabshin, 3760 R,ml t
Palm are. has ,-,,, thj ;
entitled "To Israel."
A book of Dr SabshWt Y.d !
dish poetry is being published.
Oh, Israel, thy people now is at a
dread,
And in to-day's "Feast of Light"
does not partake.
Enough tears he already shed
The Maccabean s< ul ,. ,jn jn him
awake.
Tell the world you must have
your land.
A home as peoples on all the
earth.
Freely speak, and lift > ,ui hand.
Get liberties at youi own h<
Let all know of your holy toil
Now in the old /.ion.
Honestly struggle for your soil
With that symbolic "lion."
Endless wounds you had to
care,
Sorrowful is your st
Spring or summer could n n t
spare.
Lack of a home caused all your
worry.
Now in Basle an li :. your
choice.
To make the world see your
sore.
For human justice lift your
voice
Do not wait any more.
Oh, Israel, you can not be lost!
Once for all your home demand.
You can no longer remain in
dust-
Have your future at thy land.
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL JEWRY
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
IN THE MAIL
RELIGION IN SCHOOLS
DECRIED BY READER
Dear Sir:
I am a subscriber to your news-
paperand as such, have comedo
look forward to its weekly deliv-
ure W ;,"lU:Pal'" :""1 ^-
fo th in, ;' '"'' Wee" V"" "*
forth in its columns a strict ac-
counting of how much good the
"dividual organizations, such as
he B'nal B'rith, th, ,,
->nd others, are doing for the com-
"ongood of Jewry, i ,,,., V(. v
deeply on the subject and that is
what prompted me finally to
jmte letter to a newspaper, my
first in 37 yea
My niece is spending the win-
ter with us and is enrolled at the
Shenandoah school in the sixth
grade. For the past two weeks she
has been mentioning the fact that
s-nc is to take part in a school
p ay much ex-
(':lH We naturally .
ed to hear that she was get-
ting along so splendidly and com-
mended her. It wasn't unl I
that we found out what kind of
a play it was. A Christmas Festi-
val.
1 couldn't i tothi performance
'self, but a friend of mine from
New York attended and what he
had to say to me about the per-
formance is best not put in print.
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A. H. BRANNON
FIHST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
Canal Street
The idea of Jewish boys and girls
taking part in a play of that sort
was and is nothing short of sac-
relige.
But that is not the worst of it.
I understand that the rehearsals
are held in school on school time
for which I, as a taxpayer, con-
tribute. This is not the first time
I have heard that religion is be-
ing taught in the public schools.
Can't something be done? This
insidious undermining of our
Jewish precepts and the teaching
of Christianity to our children
AUGUST BROS, ft v./'
is the at st?
will have far-reaching repercus-
sions in the future when it is
time for them to start Hebrew
school. I implore you, if it is at
all possible, to investigate this
matter.
Sincerely,
Morris Friedberg
541 S.W. Fourth ave.
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By JOE FRIED *
Somewhere in the vastness of
the Pacific there lies a dusted,
worn Torah, the beloved posses-
sion of the late King David Kala-
kaua, 19th century ruler of the
Hawaiian Islands. Versions as to
the manner in which the holy
Jewish Scroll found its way to
the king are numerous. Its present
owner remains a mystery.
According to "old-timers" here,
the Holy Scroll was presented to
King Kalakaua by a Rabbi Klein,
who was passing through Hono-
lulu en route to China and the
Far East. The story tellers relate
that the rabbi tutored His Maj-
esty in the rituals of Judaism and
taught him Hebrew. King Kala-
kua was interested in religion, as
were his parents who had named
their son in honor of the biblical
Hebrew King David.
During his stay in Hawaii, the
rabbi was said to have resided in
the luxurious royal palace. King
Kalakaua is reported to have
asked the rabbi to leave him a
Torah with which he might fur-
ther his studies privately since
Hashanah and Yom Kippur serv-
ices, but the Jews found thein-
seleves without a scroll. And so
it was not strange that one morn-
ing in September the successors
of King Kalakaua were approach-
ed by Jewish residents. Old-tim-
ers say the residents were granted
permission to use the Torah.
With the High Holidays at a
close, the Holv Scroll was prompt-
ly returned, and with it a bouquet
of flowers a token of apprecia-
tion or "lei," as it is known in the
Islands. According to veteran
Jewish residents the practice .if
borrowing the Torah continued
for years until a Holy Scroll was
imported from the mainland.
There is another version of
King Kalakaua's Torah. Some
say that he received the Scroll in
the 1880's while on a trip to the
United States when the king
drew up the Important Reciproc-
ity Treaty with America. Jews of
the west coast may have given
the king a Torah as a gift.
The mystery of the Torah, how-
hut
George Carter. 1903-1907. The
Archives officials state that an
employee of the governor a now
deceased clerk, reported the Holy
Scroll as having been stolen.
Nothing more is contained in tne
official records.
The highly revered Torah of
King Kalakaua takes its place
among the more interestting od-
ditie, 0f the Hawaiian Islands.
Som< when' in the tropical bastion
of the Pacific lies the much-dis-
cussed Jewish Scroll. Its present
location and why it was stolen
in the first place, remain unan-
swered mysteries.
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pei
confirms the story of King Kala-
haua's' Torah. What has become'
of it they don't know
For thirty years the Torah re-1
mained in the royal palace, Offi-
cially it was last observed during
I!;,, administration of Governor
Rabbi Klein was "soon to depart \"> U not in ,its 1""K,n.;
from the Islands. r"th" Presont **" "*J 'S
ml_ .. The famed Hawaiian Archives In-
The Hawaiian Archives disease ly whR.h ]S responsibie for
that during the reign of King Ka-, rving reCords and documents
lakaua the Holy Scroll was dis- ;Dt.rtaininjj to rllk.rs f the Islands,
played among his personal be-
longings at the royal palace in
Honolulu. An Ark was construct-
ed at the king's insistence. Island-
ers came from far and near to
view tht. precious scroll.
At the time King Kalakaua
came into possession of his Torah
there were few Jews in the
Hawaiian Islands. It was the late
1800's. Years later the first pion-
111 :ng Jews arrived here. Later,
hundreds more were to arrive and
blossom into a fair-sized Jewish
community. At the turn of the
century, however, there were but
a handful of Jews in the Hawa-
iian Islands.
Around the close of the first
World War the Jews had organ-
ized sufficiently to hold Rosh
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I Rabbi Irving Lehrman (extreme right) installed new officers of the Young People's league at
(the Miami Beach Jewish Center last week. Those installed were (seated, left to right)
Eleanor Schulang, corresponding secretary; Martin Goldberg, president: Norma Raskin, re-
I cording secretary; (standing) Gil Godley, membership secretary; Gershon S. Miller, treasurer;
Selma R Lewis, vice president
elta Sigma Pledges
even Local Men
Seven 1> dged to Delta Sigma, Univers-
of Florida's newly-organized
tjcial fraternity whose member-
Uup is entirely made up of Mi-
and Miami Beach residents.
hey are Fred Silverman, Dave
fakhinsky, Ed Penson, Hugo
litz, Larry Sirkis, Jerry Parks
Dave Gorshell.
Organized in March. Delta Sig-
ma has received recognition as a
Itolony group of the national fra-
[temity of Zeta Beta Tau. Offi-
cers of the ju'oup are Alan Fox.
[president: Bennett Kivel, vice
president; Danny Hubsch, treas-
urer: Bob Summer, secretary and
|intramu:al manager.
Charter n,embers are Kivel,
IFox. Sdmmer, Lewis Meisel, Hu-
jbsch. Albert Siegel, Jay Cohen
land Dave Kramer. Cohen and
IKramer arc now in the Army.
OYSHER GETS OVATION
Greater Miami turned out full
force Sunday evening to hear
Moishe Oysher. renowned bari-
tone, in a recital at the Miami
Beach Senior High school.
With a portion of the over-
capacity audience seated on the
stage, Oysher presented a well-
loved reportoire of traditional
and popular Yiddish music.
His powerful voice portrayed
the selections with dramatic abil-
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Question: Why do we kindle +
lights on Chanukah?
Answer: The most popular
reason is that which is given in
the Talmud (Tractate Shabbos
21b). The Greeks had defiled all
the oil that was stored in the
Temple. When the Maccabees
achieved their victory, they
searched the Temple and found
point. Indeed the very first man
upon the earth is claimed to have
declared a holiday because of this
phenomenon. The Talmud (Trac-
tate Abode Zarah 8b) relates that
he became very frightened as lie
noticed the day getting smaller
and smaller, fearing that if the
mathematical sequence were car-
Oily one small flask of oil bear- j ried out to its extreme he would
ing the seal of the High Priest,
containing only enough oil to
light the Menorah for one day.
A miracle occurred and this oil
lasted for eight days. Thus these
eight days of the year were de-
clared a holiday and candles are
lit each night. Another curious
reason, which is not so well
known is that given in the Mid-
rash. There it is claimed that
when, the heroic sons of the Has-
moriean High Priest entered the
Temple, they found eight iron
spears. They stuck candles in
these spears and kindled them.
Some writers claim that the total
of thirty-six candles that are lit
on Chanukah (excluding the
Shammas) represent the thirty-
six hours that Adam witnessed
the Eternal Light which was
later hidden from man because
of his sin.
Question:
"Chanukah"
Lights?"
Answer:
Why do we call
the "Festival of
The most obvious
be left in total darkness. Bound-
less was his joy, however, when
he noticed the clays growinj
longer after the winter solstice
so greatly did he rejoice, that he
made an eight-day festival at the
time. Others claim that Chanu-
kah is known as the Feast of
Lights because the first act of the
returning heroes was t>> rekindle
the light in the Temple,
Question: What is the "Sham-
mas" candle?
Answer: An t xt:.. can.lie is
kindled each night of Chanukah
and it is placed above the regular
number that are lit for that par-
ticular night. It is called the
"Shammas" for one of possibly
two reasons. Firstly, this candle
is generally lit first and with it
all the regular candles are lit.
Thus it becomes the "servant" of
the others and the Hebrew word
for such a servant is "Shan
Secondly, it was forbidden to
achieve any matei ial use out of
any of the regular Chanukah
rest. Also, should any use of
light result, it could be said that
it stemmed from the extra candle
instead of from the "official
nes. Thus the extra candle was
the one which "could be used
or "was used." The name of in-
, dividuals who can be used freely
or who are so used is a "Sham-
mas."
Question: Why was the vic-
torious band of priests in the
Chanukah story called the
"HASMONEANS?"
Answer: A number of reasons
'are given for this name. The
,teim Hasmonean is used in the
feible to denote a prince (Psalms
68:32), The victors were thus
called "Princes" since they be-
came the rulers at that time.
Others claim that the Hebrew
characters that go into making
up the name Hasmonean (e. i.
Chet. Shin, Mem. Nun, Aleph)
each stand for one of the ob-
servances which the Greeks for-
bade the Hebrews and which the
victors succeeded in perpetuat-
ing.
e writers claim that the
ndfather of Mattathias. the
High Priest, was named "Has-
monai." A few claim that the
name was originally the name of
their place of nativity, e. i. a place
called "Hasmon" which was lo-
i ated in the territory of Judah
and which is mentioned in the
Bible (Joshua 15:27).
answer is, of course, the fact that candles when lit Th( lighti were
we kindle lights on this Festival. I to be lit exclusively for religious
Josephus. the historian, who is purposes SO that DO material use
amongst the earliest sources I which might come of them would
where we find this special name
for the holiday calls it the Festi-
val of Lights "because freed
glowed and lighted up Jewish
life unexpectedly." other sources
tie it up with the nature of the
season in which the holiday oc-
curs. It is to be noted that in-
variably Chanukah includes the
shortest day of the year in its
eight-day series. We thus note
that the holiday marks the mirac-
ulous return of the increase of
light even when it is at its lowest
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5-3444
llrt Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
TRULY NOLEN. Presides
Weddings m;iy take place on
Chanukah. but not on Purim, al-
though both an- minor festivals
in the Hebrew calendar.
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
E-ZEDER
INC.
AUTHORIZED
Chrysler-Plymouth
DEALER
Parts and Service
401 S. W. 8th St.
2-5258
2-6520
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
y
SEASONS
BEST WISHES
$
IEIIIHOTEL
O. FISCHER. Mgr.
204 Biscayne Blvd.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
*tival bas^ V^ H
"-iumph of arms a6ains, ,^
mies lts ene.
SEASONS GREETINGS
CLUB-BAR
3181 CORAL WAY
SEASONS GREETINGS
FROM .
LE LIAN KRUMM
BEAUTY SALON
For Everything Pertaininf
To Beauty Work
216 Seybold Building
PHONE 3-4141
7 #mOMt
PER ANNUM*
ON
INSURED
SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS
Tk* F.drl Sjvlngi and Loin Iniuranca Corpora-
tion iniurai individual account* up to $5,000. Huibsnd
and wifa may hava total o( $15,000, fully iniur.d.
Chaia Fodaral tavingi accounh ara lagtl '"?-
mant* for Truit Funds, at wall ai Funds bald by Guardi-
ans, Administrators and Eiacuton.
Funds invsstad on or bofora tha lOth of tht month
aarn ai of th. lit of tha currant month. Fundi in.titad
aftor th. ICth aarn as of tha first of tKa following
month.
CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
1111 11-..U >.....* > HMfc ",,M
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