The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"MiAMTFLORiBATFRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. jJF
PRICE: TEN CENTS
HAGANAH AND IRGUN MOBILIZE FORCES
IV
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The no-man's land between Tel Avi
and Jaffa continued to hold its position as the chief battleground
in Palestine this week as frenzied Arab bands made several
attempts to invade the city. At the same time both the Jews and
Ihe Arabs appeared to be mobilizing their forces in apparent ex-
pectation of the spread and intensification of violence which
has held sway in the country since early last week. The total
of known dead this week-end is 14 Jews and six Arabs, with
several more Arabs believed killed, and several score wounded.
The Haganah has issued a call for the mobilization of all
young Jews between the ages of 17 and 25. It is expected that
about 70,000 men will answer the call for "security and other
essential services." The Arabs have been actively recruiting
men to cross Palestine's northern border to Syria to join a force
which is supposedly being raised there for a later invasion of
Palestine. They are also organizing Arabs for home service in
Jewish-Arab cities.
A daily curfew has been clamped down on the roads lead-
ing from the Arab towns of Ramallah and Hebron to Jerusalem,
to prevent armed Arabs from congregating in the city. Reports
reaching Jerusalem said Nablus, Tulkarm and Jenin were
jammed with Arab villagers armed with rifles.
In a move officially designed to protect an estimated sev-
eral thousand Jews in 14 settlements recently established in the
Negev, the British military commander of the southern district
of Palestine called in the secretaries of the local councils of the
settlements and advised that they abandon their communities.
At first the Jewish officials refused to even discuss evacuation,
but after the Briton became more insistent, they referred him
to the Jewish national institutions for a decision.
British Police Withdraw From Tel Aviv Dec. 15
JERUSALEM, OTA)All British police units
will be withdrawn from the Tel Aviv area on
Pecember 15 and Jewish police will take over
responsibility for the maintenance of order in
an area containing nearly half the Jews in Pales-
tine, it was officially announced.
Meanwhile, the sound of gunfire was heard
almost continuously in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa area for
several days this week. On one day alone 14
lews, two Britons and three Arabs were killed.
The area in which Jewish police will take over
JerusalemBritish troops blocked the gates
oi Jerusalem's old walled city just before noon
Thursday as firing in its ancient maze of streets
reached proportions which indicated a battle of
sizable proportions had broken out between
Arab and Jewish inhabitants.
next Monday includes the city of Tel Aviv and
its suburbs, bounded by the towns of Petach Tik-
vah, Ramath Gan and Bnei Brak. No mention
was made of the evacuation of British troops,
many of whom have been stationed in the battle
area between Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
The official announcement followed on the
heels of charges by the Haganah that at least two
of its men were killed by British police while they
were defending Jewish positions on the Jaffa
boundary line. The government's statement
clearly distinguished between the police with-
drawal and the forthcoming general British evac-
uation from the country, stating that the Tel Aviv
move had nothing to do with the general picture.
Among the Jews killed was Joshua Glober-
man, chief of the Haganah's divisional headquar-
ters in Jerusalem, who was leading a motor convoy
from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv. On the road the con-
voy was halted by a British armored car and all
the vehicles and passengers were searched for
arms. As the search ended, Globerman who had
halted his vehicle slightly in front of the remainder
of the convoy, saw two Arabs aiming rifles at
him. He attempted to move, but was not quick
enough and was shot in the head and instantly
killed.
The Britihs soldiers in the armored vehicle
made no attempt to return the fire, nor did they
pursue the killers. Globerman had been assigned
to the convoy after the Egged Bus Company re
versed its decision to suspend operations unless
its convoys were protected by either British sol-
diers or armed members of the Jewish militia.
Arab Attack on Tel Aviv
A well armed and well trained Arab band
which Monday night launched an attack on for
ward positions of the Haganah in the Hatikvah
quarter of Tel Aviv was beaten off following a
fierce battle which lasted more than an hour.
Before they were flung back, the Arabs advanced
several hundred yards and fired a few huts in
the Jewish quarter. Haganah reinforcements
rushed to the scene and flares soared into the
skies from the fighting zone summoning additional
men. Withering fire swept every foot of the battle
ground. Before they went over to the offense, the
Jews put up a savage resistance forcing the raid-
ers to slow up and eventually halted them.
Many inhabiants, old Yemenite Jewish men
and women, making their way from the battle
zone toward the center of the city, spread panic
when entered movie theatres, interrupting the
performances and demanding that everyone hurry
and join the battle. Flames shooting upwards
from the burning buildings tended to sow more
confusion.
Miami Delegation In Atlantic City
For United Jewish Appeal Meeting
Headed by Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, a delegation of 25 leaders of the local Jewish
community left by plane yesterday (Thursday) for Atlantic City,
to attend the annual conference of the United Jewish Appeal to
set the national goal for 1948. They are due back next Mon-
day night. ------
In Atlantic City, the Mi?
"ans will meet MM. Monte
s'ig. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Md Max Oroviti, who have jut
"turned to this country from
a five-week inspection tour of
placed persona camps and
other Jewish communities in
Europe and Palestine.
The conference began with
reception last night (Thursday)
and will open formally this n
ing at the Chelsea hotel
Today's Bessions will be devot-
&04S. Campaign Huge Success
"The S.O.S. drive was a tremendous success." accordinq to
** Sidney L. Weintraub. chairman, and Monte Selig. vice
^airman. The one-day campaign was held November 30. A
Preliminary survey indicates that the quota of 100,000 pounds
01 food and clothing for this area was topped. Assorting and
Peking is now taking place and a detailed report will be
I"ade to the entire community shortly. Mrs. Weintraub stated.
' wish to extend my special thanks to all the workers and to
,h contributors who evidenced a spirit of cooperation which in
mV estimation has been unequalled in this area."
ed to a report and examination
of the United Jewish Appeal cam-
campaign of 1947 and to a thorugh
analysis and discussion of the
programs and prospects of the
agencies of the United Jewish
Appeal for 1948.
Charles Brown, president ol tne
Jewish Community Council of
L >s Angeles, will preside, follow-
ing opening remarks by Rabbi
ronah B. Wise national chairman
0f the United Jewish Appeal. The
experts of the Joint Distribution
Committee, the United Palestine
Appeal and the United Servfce
for New Americans, together with
nomists and authorities
emed with the International
Refugee Organization and the
United States Army relationships.
will state their needs in detail.
Chairman of this afternoons
n will be Julian H. Kiolik.
I;.,,, f the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit.
During today's meeting, a Pre-
naratory Sub-Committee will ho
;nted. Its task win be to ex-
., ine the material to be dis-
continued On Page 4)
British To Surrender Palestine
LONDON. (JTA)Official circles this week indicated that the
British Government intends to surrender the Palestine Mandate on
May 15. 1948. An announcement to this effect will be made by Sir
Alexander Cadogan. head of the British delegation at the United
Nations, to the U.N. implementation commission as soon as the com-
mission is set up, a government spokesman said. He hinted that Sir
Alexander will suggest that the independent Jewish and Arab states
in Palestine come into existence on June 1st.
(At Lake Success, Sir Alexander told a Jewish Telegraphic
Agencv correspondent that "May 15th seems the logical date" for
the laying down of the Mandate. He confirmed the London report
that he will submit the exact date of the surrender of the Mandate
to the U.N. Commission.)
Well informed circles revealed that the first talk on Palestine
between U.S. Secretary of State Marshall and British Foreign Sec-
retary Bevin, held a few days ago. ended "inconclusively." Mr. Mar-
shall ar.d Mr. Bevin are expected again to discuss the future of
Palestine before the Secretary of State returns to the United States.
Brooklyn Carol Ran Investigated
NEW YORKMayor William O'Dwyer has directed an in-
vestigation of an assistant superintendent of schools' order that
pupils of 23 Brooklyn schools may not observe the Christmas season
in their classrooms with the traditional religious carols and symbols.
Assistant Superintendent Isaac Bildersee last week ordered that
such observances of the season as Santa Claus are approved, but
that 'Christmas carols with reference to the Nativity may not be
sung, nor may decorations include religious symbols of any faith
in schools under his charge.
Bildersee meanwhile, explained he directed the principals of
his schools to avoid religious expressions, including such carols as
'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing."
He said he suggested use of Santa Claus, holly and such, of
"Tinele Bells" and anything else "not specifically religious" includ-
ing the carol "about peace on earth" He approved Dickens A
Christmas Carol" and Bret Harte's "How Santa Claus Came To
Simpson's Bar," though he said the latter required elimination of
some words.



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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, m
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Greater Miami Zionist Groups Hail
Partition With Local Celebration
A "aimcha" in celebration of
the recent U.N. decision in favor
of Palestine partition is being
held for the Zionist groups of
Greater Miami in the Beth David
Synagogue December 16 at 8 p.m.
Musical program in the audi-
torium will feature Hebrew
songs by Cantor Maurice Mamchcs
with audience participation and
several selections by the Jewish
Folk chorus.
Master of ceremonies. Burnett
Roth, will explain the particulars
of the partition plan creating the
Jewish state, Other speakers in-
clude Harold G. Shapiro. Miss
Doris Albin of Junior Hadassah.
and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi
Murray Grauer will give the in-
vocation and Dr. Jacob Kaplan
the benediction.
Representatives to be presented
during the evening include Mrs.
Joseph Carp of Miami Hadassah.
Mrs. Hyman Sootin of Kadimah
Pioneer Women. Mrs. Lena Push-
kin of Pioneer Women Club No.
1. and Ethel Weinstein, Business
& Professional Women of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. I) Marcus is in charge
of refreshments
Mayor Liberman
IbV.'iHi Chairman
March of lllmoo
Mayor Marcie Liberman has
been named chairman of the
1948 Miami Beach March of
Dimes campaign. Appointment
was made at the organizational
Bartlett and Robertson, Piano Duo
Opens Community Concert Series
Gables Jewish Center
New Year's Party Limited
Second annual New Year's eve
jamboree of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center is being held this
year at the Coral Gables Wom-
en's club. Because of the limita-
tion to 75 couples for the evening.
members contemplating attend-
ance are urged by co-chairmen
Mrs. A. Edgar Miller and Sidney
L. Lewis to send in their reserva-
tions early.
Catered buffet dinner, "set-
ups" for drinks and music for
dancing is being provided attend-
ants for S12.50 a couple. Informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
Mrs. Joseph Rogers at 48-1493.
[ Hebrew Schools Meet
to Determine Standards
Representatives of Greater Mi-
ami Congregations which conduct
Hebrew schools will gather at
the office of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education Tuesday evening to
set a code of standards for He-
brew teachers. The 8 p.m. meet-
ing has been called to establish
qualifications and salaries for
future reference and to create a
board of licenses to qualify teach-
ers of the area,
Rabbi Leon Kronish has been
appointed chairman of the pro-
gram. Teachers of the various
schools will also be represented.
Bartlett and Robertson .inter-
nationally famed pianists, will
bring a varied program of music
ai ranged for two pianos for the
opening recital of the Communi-
ty Concert series. December 16.
Sponsored by the Miami Beach
YM & WHA, the concert will be
held in the Miami Beach high
sch<;>l auditorium, beginning at
8:30 pin.
Selections of the Robertsons
include the Suite "Scaramouche"
by Darius Milhand and a fugue
by Bach, as well as more popular
compositions such as Chopin's
Rondo, the Scherzo from Men-
dlcssohn's Midsummer Night's
Dream, and Lizt's second Hun-
garian Rhapsody.
The series which sponsors Fth ,
Bartlett and Rae Ro*^
Tuesday, also features Alt!
Sp.ld.ng, violinist, in janu*'
Ruth Draper, dramaic ,,!"
February; Menahem fSJ?
directed to Mrs. Leo H^
DR. HARRY GREEN
Announces The Removal
Of His Office To
2515 S. W. 17TH AVE
PHONE 48-3981
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

1420 Congress Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
Kletter. Feder Sisters
In Local Presentation
A "Sing and Laugh" program
at the Miami Beach High school
December 21 will star Max Klet-
ter. well-known operetta Star
Appearing with him are the
Feder Sisters, famous as the
"Singing Buds."
Tickets may now be purchased
at the London Arms hotel. 727
Collins a\e Miami Beach, or
Washington Radio store. 657
Washington ave.
A nnoun vinti
COLLEGE OF II \\ IMI Ml IHIS
Sponsored By
Bureau oi Jewish Education Y.M. & Y.W.H.A.
Miami Synagogues
Variety oi Courses Qualified Instructors
Monday Evenings 8 10:30 P. M.
Registration Monday, December 8th. 7:45 P. M.
Information 3-5489 or 3-5858
The Only Community Wide Kashruih Association
I III: 4.121: A I 'EH MIAMI
YAAII M AKASHR1 III
This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following
congregations and rabbis:
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi living
Lehrman
The Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Ralbi Murray Grauer.
Miami
Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Mi-
ami Beach
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miami B> .
Miami Beach
Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
Malter's Live Poultry Market. 436 Collins Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave.
Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only), 515 Collins Ave.
Bei man's Live Poultry. 87 Washington Ave.
Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Miami Northwest Section
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 15!) N. W. 5th St
Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5th St.
National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W, 5th St.
National Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. 5th St.
Miami Southwest Section
Quality Kosher Food Market. 1961 S. W. 8th St.
B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W. 27th
Ave.
Cashvan & Venesky Live Poultry, 2011 S. W. 8th St.
Coral Way Section
Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
"LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGN! IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE
FOR KASHRUTH"
For information regarding kashruih, call our Director Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439.
Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are: Harry
Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear, vice-president; H. Sootin, Secre-
tary; S. Lobel. treasurer.
Marcie Liberman
meiting of the campaign com-
Mice al tlie Lord Tarleton hotel
Saturday.
Goal of the drive for funds to
figh' infantile paralysis was set
at $125,000. The campaign will
open January 5 for about 30
days.
Councilman Herbert Fiink is to
ne co-chairman and Paul Bruun
publicity chairman to assist Lib-
;rman. Circuit Judge George Ed-
ward Holt is state chairman for
the drive.
Removal Notice
Harry and Sam Simonhoff have
innouncod the removal of then
law offices to 5925 North' Bay-
shore Drive, Miami. The firm of
Simonhoff & Simonhoff was
formerly located in the Congress
building.
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DECEMBER 12, 1947
FRIDAY,
Beach Congress Women
Hold Chanuka Brunch
Tchanukah brunch m given
h, the board of the Miami Beach
rhiotcr Women's Division Amer-
S Jewish Congress at the At-
. Hold Roof last Tuesday
SSJ Traditional candle light-
ffSUony in honor of the
holiday followed a short business
"a* Clarence Cohn, president.
a assisted bv Mrs. Alfred
sic in the procedure, and the
seven candles were represented
hv Mrs Bertram Thorpe. Mrs
Vi," San. Lipton, Mrs. B. B
Wolff Mrs< Jlian C- Lenrnan and
In Louis l- Julien.
' Highlights of the program were
the singing of Chanuka songs
bv Cantoi Jacob Y. Goldring.
With Joseph Schreibman supply-
ing an organ accompaniment.
The chairman for the brunch was
Mr, Herbert Glickman with
Mis' G B( rk her co-chairman.
Hostesses included- Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman. Mrs Joseph Kane, Mrs
William Loeb, Mrs. M. J. Maurer.
Mrs. Anna Tanenbaum. Mrs
John Soifer, Mrs. Morris Rabino-
witz. Mrs. Anna Wilk. Mrs
Emanuel Baskind, Mrs. Bcnj
Feld and Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Spinoza Forum to Hear
Prof. Whelan. Wolfson
Spinoza Forum for Adult Ed-
ucation will feature Professo:
Ralph F. Whelan and Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson speaking on the
philosophy ol Spinoza this Satur-
day aftem.. >n at 3 o'clock.
Meeting under the canopy on
the lawn of Dr. Wolfson, 124
11th Beach, the attend-
ants ivill hear a musical program
p:l ling the lectures and open
forum i nons.
*J Unhtinn the Chanuka Candles*
PAGE THREE
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JNF Establishes Palestine Pen Pals
In view of the ever present
need to bring the Jewish children
of Palestine closer to their bre-
thren abroad, particularly in
the United States, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund has established a
service for the interchange of
correspondence. Inaugurated by
the JNF many years ago, the
Palestine Pen Pals has incessant-
ly increased in momentum arous-
ing interest in Palestine and Jew-
ish affairs in general.
Teachers or children desiring
to avail themselves of the service
I are advised to write Pen-Pals,
addressing their requests to Avi-
Dan, Jewish National Fund, P.O.
box 283, Jerusalem, stating the
age and sex of the correspondent
desired among other relevant
particulars.
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Scenes like this are gracing the homes ol thousands of Jew-
ish families in this area this week, joining their brethren through-
out the world in silent mass appreciation over the Festival of
Lights. For this year's Chanuka prayers have a special
meaning to the descendants of the Israelites who watched the
destruction oi their sacred temple. Judea is to be once again,
and with its creation is seen the realization of a homeland for
oppressed displaced Jews who paid their price in blood and
tears.
Mrs. William Glick of Miami is shown above directing
her two sons, Arthur, 5Vi, and Robert, 2V4, in their 8-day duty
of keeping the Chanuka "licht" burning. Mr. Glick is assistant
campaign director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Rabbi Raab Speaks
On WMBM Saturday
Rabbi David Raab from Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale
will appear this Saturday on the
"Jewish Events" program over
Station WMBM. Subject of his
short address will be "A Message
From Zion."
Conducted by Miss Jeanette
Tupler every Monday through
Saturday from 4 to 4:15 p.m.., the
broadcast features announcement
of current Jewish news and so-
cial events. Local clubs and or-
ganizations have been invited by
Miss Tupler to submit any item
of current activity to her at the
station.
A fifteen minute program of
Jewish "Grandmother's Tales" for
children is also narrated by the
WMBM announcer Sunday morn-
ings at 9 o'clock under the aus-
pices of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Apartment Association
Selects Board Members
Miami Beach Apartment Assn.
' \it d twelve new members to
the board of directors Monday
night. They are Julius Arnold.
Harry Bodenstein, Michael Fox,
Morris Gold, Sam Goldberg,
Harry Levine, Herman Lippman,
Jack Lipson. Charles Oppenheim,
Rose Solinsky. Abraham Sir and
Meyer Teitman.
John Mantell, Julius Nathen-
son, Helen Sanders, Ralph Ehr-
lick, Ben Giller. Sam Tannen-
baum. Irene Adler, Seymour
Frishman, Morris Seigel and
Mortimer Raskin are holdovers
from the old board.
DR. E. E. Schon
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the opening
of his new office at
115 S. Miami Ave.
Phone 3-9945
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Tanmra chapter of Mtjrachi
Women held a board meeting
ut the home of .Mrs. Herbert
Harris. 1819 S.W. 7th st., Wed-
nesday, Mrs Israel Yulish pre-
siding. Plans were made for a
fund raising project for the
Misrachi Children's village in
Palestine.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, m

EDITORIAL
RESTMTUTiON
The announcement that the U.S. Military
Government in Germany decreed a restitution law
in the American zone is gratifying although be-
lated news.
Common sense and basic concepts of jus-
tice dictate that the first act of the liberatos should
have been to restore the property that had been
stolen by the Hitler regime, at least to the sur-
viving victims. Hitler's Germany brooked no de-
lay in confiscating the property. Certainly there
was no reason why those whose property had
been taken away and who survived the Nazi
holocaust should have been subjected to the pain
and agony of waiting.
The clue to the delay may be found this time
in sources other than the AMG The three Ger-
man states in the American zone seemed to have
had more power in delaying the hand of justice
than the victims had in setting it into motion.
But a restitution law alone will not be suf-
ficient unless drastic measures are taken to
eliminate the red tape generally involved In such
procedure. Otherwise the purpose of the law will
be defeated. Nor will the law have any meaning
unless the property, or the increment from prop-
erty, to which there are no apparent heirs, is re-
turned to organizations representing the victims
so that it might be used to alleviate the plight of
those who still look to private relief organizations
for subsistence. Such a course woud materially
contribute to the problem of maintaining and re-
habilitating the Jewish survivors.
PARTITION COMMENTS
Jewish organizations of varying functions
2nd political orientations and prominent indivi-
duals joined during the week in hailing the U.N.
establishment of a Jewish State.
The American Zionist Emergency Council,
speaking for the entire Zionist movement in the
U.S., called the Assembly's decision "a milestone
in the history of the world." It expressed "deep
thanks" to the U.S., the Soviet Union and the
other governments who had fought for partition
and paid tribute to the "ceaseless efforts" of
American Zionists. The Council foresaw difficult
days ahead, but voiced confidence that the Jews
of Palestine backed by American public opinion
could meet all eventualities.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, national chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal, said that U.N. action was
payment of a "debt due the Jewish people from
the world in reparation for the tragic story of
persecution and homelessness." He warned, how-
ever, that both inter-governmental assistance as
well as large-scale giving by American Jews
will be necessary to implement fully the decision
to set up a Jewish State.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at special services
A DREAM COMES THROUGH
last week stated "There is great rejoicing all over
the world. Never in the past two thousand years
have so many Jews in so many countries raised
their hearts to God and their eyes to the nations
of the world in unbounded gratitude. After al-
most two thousand years of exile there is again a
Jewish commonwealth. In the concentration
camps of Europe the formerly hopeless Jewish
D.P.s find new life. They now count the hours
which separate them from a land of security and
permanent domicile. In the streets of Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv and the other cities and towns of the
Holy Land, Jews sing with new courage and
dance with greater fervor. The dream for which
they have been giving their all has become a
great reality.. Palestineat least a part of it
has become the Jewish homeland. In our own
country, five million Jews rejoice. The only solu-
tion to the plight of the hundreds of thousands of
fellcw Jews in Europe has been found. The vision
and the persistance of all Zionists has become
an existing entity.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky issued a state-
ment saying "Until now the nations of the world,
alone, were morally responsible for the misfor-
tunes of our afflicted and unfortunate co-religion-
ists. Now that immigration into Palestine will be
permitted and the re-organization of a Jewish
homeland is On the order of the day, we, too, have
the responsib lity to see to it that our DPs shall
have the opportunity to begin a new life f0r the
selves, and at the same time for our Jewish nati
in Eretz Yisroel."
Justice Meir Steinbrink. national chairrn
of the Anti-Defamation League, said establish"
ment of a Jewish State "means life and dicmit
for thousands of our fellow Jews who have faced
only death and degradation." He added that b
normalizing the lives of DP's and disinherited
Jews, the new state will help to eliminate antagon-
ism between Jews and non-Jews in many pans
of the world and deprive anti-Semites in this
country of fuel to feed the fires of anti-Semitism.
The American Jewish Committee, through
Judge Joseph Proskauer, welcomed the Assembly
action and hailed the contributions of the US
delegation. It reiterated, however, the Commit-
tee's pos.tion that "there can be no political ident-
ification of Jews outside of Palestine with what-
ever government may there be constituted."
Hadassah hailed the U.N. move as "a deci-
sion which will end Jewish homelessness." Mrs.
Samuel W. Halprin, president of the organization,
said that Hadassah's institutions in Palestine
would continue to serve both Jews and Arabs
alike as they have been doing.
The National Council of Jewish Women, in a
statement issued by Mrs. Joseph Welt, president,
said that the General Assembly "has taken a
long step which will help solve a problem that
has caused injustice and hardship to thousands
of Jews in DP camps and Palestine." She termed
the U.N. action "a necessary part of any program
that will enable the Jews of the world to rebuld
their lives in freedom and security," but pointed
out that "it is not a complete and permanent
answer to all the problems which world Jewry
faces today."
Pabb' M^ir Berlin, renowned Jewish tVItt.
president of the World Mizrachi Organization and
a member of the Board of Governors oi the Keren
Kayemeth Leisrael in Jerusalem, who arrived last
week from Palestine, made the followinq state-
ment: "As a leader of Mizrachi, the religious
wing of the World Zionist Organization, I am in-
deed very happy to be able, after setting foot on
the soil of this great and free republic, to give
expression to our sense of gratitude over the his-
toric decision reached last Saturday by the Gen-
eral Assembly of the United Nations. We are deep-
ly convinced that the decision of the United Na-
tions is Divinely inspired. We offer our humble
thanks to the Almighty for this act of justice
which the nations have at long last promulgated,
and we cherish the unshakeable hope that this
act is the beginning of full redemption for the
Jewish nation in the spirit of the Biblical prop-
hecies.
Myers Author Of Imoal JFormula
Stanley C. Myers, national president of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was the author of the
goal-setting formula which will be introduced at the UJA Con-
ference.
Under the Myers plan, adopted unanimously by the execu-
tive committee of the UJA in New York last week-end, a "Pre-
paratory Sub-Committee" will be named to sub- _.
mit recommendations to the UJA Conference for I
action on the 1948 goal.
Mr. Myers proposed that the Jewish com-
munities of America designate 100 nominees for
representatives on the Preparatory Sub-Com-
mittee, which would have a total membership
of approximately 130.
The formula submitted by Mr. Myers and
adopted by the UJA executive committee pro-
vides that 10 of the 100 shall come from New York City; two
each from the eleven next largest cities; and one each from a
group of 52 communities based on population categories. In addi-
tion each of the eight regions of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare Funds will be entitled to two representatives
named by each region to represent communities of less than
5,000 Jewish population.
The presentation of this formula, which is expected to be
adopted without opposition by the UJA Conference delegates,
will be made by a committee on committees, consisting of
seven members elected last week by the UJA executive com-
mittee. On this committee are Mr. Myers, Henry Morgenthau,
Jr., William Rosenwald, Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, Rabbi Israel Gold-
stein, William J. Shroder and Harold J. Goldenberg.
UJA Conference
In Atlantic City
(Continued From Page 1)
cussed today and tomorrow eve-
ning and to make recommen la-
tions which will be submitted to
he whole assembly Sunday morn-
ing. Jacob Slier is Greater Mi-
ami's representative on this body.
Tomorrow's session v> ill I i
at 0:30 p.m. with a dinner. .The
program following will be de-
voted to a presentation of the
horizons for Jewish reconstruc-
tion. Following opening r< marks
by William Rosenwald. nat
co-chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal. Henry Morgenthau,
Jr., general chairman of the UJA
will take the gavel.
Speakers foi the Saturday night
m will include General John
H. llilldnng, United Slat!
presentative to the United Na-
tions: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz;
Moshe Shertok, head of the Poli-
tical Department, Jewish Agency
for Palestine; Hon. James G. Ful-
ton, member of Congress from
Pennsylvania and chairman ,,l
the House Foreign Affairs Special
Sub-Committee on the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization and
the International Trade Organ-
ization: Gen. Joseph T. McNar-
ney, chief of United States Air
Material Command and former
commander in chief, United
States Forces of Occupation in
Germany; and Dr. .Chain) Weiz-
mann.
Sunday will be given over to
a discussion by the delegates of
the recommendations made by
the Preparatory Sub-Committee
Harold J Goldenberg, vice-presi-
de nt. Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, will pre-
side at this session, following
opening remarks by Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, national co-chairman
of the UJA.
Representing the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation at the
conference will be: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Appel. Sam Blank, Irving
Frankel, E. Max Goldstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Goodman. Dr. Erna
Klass, Morris Klass, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Sam Lachman, Rabbi
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Joseph
Lipton. Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev C.
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz,
Joseph Pollack, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Scher, Jacob Sher, Mr. and Mrs
Monte Selig, Mr. and Mrs. Wm
I> Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph R. Stein.
Miami Beach Mizrachi wo-
men will hold their regular
Meeting Saturday night, M
Frieda Kalstein, newly fleeted
president, pres d ng. Mrs. Jos-
eph Brenner, charlady '"
charge of overseas relief, w"
report oh the 1200 pounds oj
clothing, food and medief*
gathered for shipment to ""
Belgian Children's camp adopt-
ed by Mizrachi women.
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Friday, December 12. '"


MDAY. DECEMgRJg^^
November 30 Ceremony in Blackstone Gardens
Unites Miss Judith Weiss, Dr. Elliot Cohen
/\n early afternoon ceremony
the gardens of the Blackstone
Lei. Sunday, November 30,
ted Miss Judith Irene Weiss
ZJeHlstirhrWhn
PAGE FIVE
uni
and Dr.
Cohen is the
Eugene J. Weiss of 1650
St.; he is the son of
Elliot Carl Cohen. Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.
S.W. -lst
Dr and Mrs. Harry Cohen of Mi-
Beach and New York. Rabbi
Grauer officiated.
ami
Murray
The bride, given in marriage
chose her sister,
maid of
by her parents,
Miss Rita Weiss, as
honor, and the bridegroom's Bis-
m:s. Marvin Landwehr of
New York City, matron of honor.
She was also attended by Miss
Kathleen Poser of Richmond, Va
bridesmaid, and bridesmatrons,
Mrs. Jack Kamenoff, Orlando,
Fla... and Mrs. Howard Schim,
Fort Mey< a
Marvin Landwehr served as
best man for his brother-in-law.
Ushers included Arthur Saltztein
of Milwaukee, Howard Schim,
Martin Schim <>f Miami Beach,
and Leonard Caplin and Jack
Zillin. b th of Miami.
A reception for 400 guests in
the garden followed the cere-
mony. Out-of-town guests in-
cluded Fred F. Weiss, New York
Qty; Mrs Ida Shapiro, Miss Bess
Wolfson and Charles Wolfson, of
Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Wolfberg, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Kreizvogel, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Linkofsky, Brooklyn.
A grad late of Miami Senior
High scho 'I. the former Miss
Weiss : the University of
Miami. She received her Bachelor
of Science degree in Dramatic
Art fr Sehool of Educa-
tion at New York University.
D; Cohen was graduated from
Yale (Jnivi ity and L. I. College
of Medic ne He is now a resident
physician at the Cumberland hos-
pital in !> ooklyn.
Following their honeymoon at
the Hit,! Nacional, Havana,
Cuba, and the Raleigh hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, the couple will pro-
ceed to iklyn where they
are to reside.
Our Headline
AH copy on events intended
or publication must be in the
Jewish Floridian office not
later than Tuesday evening
of the week of publication.
All material received after
that time will receive second-
ary attention with publication
doubtful.
This deadline will be strict-
ly enforced.
Mrs. Elliot Cohen
Miss Joy Fine
Announces Engagement
Troth of two University stu-
dents. Miss Joy Fine and Morton
Pried, was told this week by he.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine,
S.W. 18th ave. Fried is th.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fried.
St. Albans, L. I.
.M s Fine is a sophomore ma-
joring in interior decorating.
Her finance attended the Uni-
ty for two years before serv-
ing in the Army Air Forces for
and one-half years. He re-
ceives his bachelor's degree in
June, alter which he plans to
study law.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
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Violette Todd Becomes Bride of
Arthur Kahn In Miami Beach Ceremony
Miss Violette Todd of Forest
Hills, Long Island, became Mrs.
Arthur M. Kahn. November 30.
before the immediate families of
the couple in the El Morocco Vil-
las, Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitnian united the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd of
Forest Hills, and the son ol Mr
and Mrs. Albert L Kahn. Miami
Beach.
Miss Sonia Todd served as
maid of honor for her sister.
Burton S. Kahn. cousin of the
groum, was best man.
Following the ceremony a wed-
ding dinner was held at the
ftoney Plaza hotel.
A graduate of Hunter College,
the bride is a member of Alpha
(fipsilon Phi sorority. During the
.var siie was active in Red i
work.
Mr. Kahn, an associate of
Kahn and Alpert. Inc., attended
schools in Miami Beacn and
graduated from the Univi
of Florida where he was presi-
dent of Tau Epsilon Phi. H>
uncharged us a major Iron.
army after having served four
and a half years. Presently, he i.s
a member of the Junior Chambei
of Commerce, Civic league and
Miami Insurance b
Out-of-town guests at the
ceremony besides the parents oJ
the bride included her uncK Al-
bert Gildred, who came from
Mexico for the wedding and left
immediately for his honu in
Lima, Peru; and Mrs. Rita Gellis,
the bride's aunt, from New S
The couple will reside at
Lenox ave., Miami Beach.
Personally Speaking .
Mrs. Nat L. Williams will leave shortly for a ten day trip
to Alabama. She has been requested by the National Commit-
tee on Section Service to visit National Council of Women's
Sections in Birmingham and Mobile, Ala.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gutstein of 3010 S.W. 19th Terrace, are
having Attorney and Mrs. Oscar Nudelman of Chicago as their
house guests for a few weeks.
* *
David Mark was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Epstein in the
Jackson Memorial hospital last Friday morning. Attorney and
Mrs. Epstefn live at 1751 Washington ave., Miami Beach..
* *
A dinner party in honor of Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Fishbein was
held Saturday evening, Dec. 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Turk. 4312 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. Dr.. Fishbein
has resumed practice at 420 Lincoln rd., after five years in mili-
tary service in the United States, and the African-European
Theaters of Operations. Following his discharge he furthered
his graduate study in psychiatry at the Graduate School of
Medicine, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and the
Institute of Living (Neuropsychiatric Institute of the Hartford
Retreat) in Hartford, Conn.
* *
of Charleston, S. C, is visiting her
Irwin Gordon, 720 S.W. 24th rd. for
Miss Helen Zalkin
cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
several weeks.
* *
A daughter, Elaine Richman, was born to Mr. .and Mrs.
Sidney Aronovitz of 2154 S.W. 22nd st. at the Victoria hospital
December 3.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman of Belle Harbor, L. I., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies of Miami. Mr. Newman
is a brother of Mrs. Margulies.
* *
Mrs. Sam B. Miller is spending two weeks in Waterbury,
Conn., on a combined business and pleasure trip. She had just
recently returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth
Greenberg, in Birmingham.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Leviten of 2151 S.W. 21st st., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Sara Bess, in the Coral Gables
hospital Monday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are leaving tomorrow for Hot
Springs, Ark. Upon their return they will stop in St. Louis.for a
combined business and pleasure trip, arriving home Jan. 12.
Mrs, Arthur Kahn
Mrs. Goldstein Speaker
Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women of Hadassah
will hold their next meeting Mon-
day evening at 8:30 P.M., at the
Balfour Hotel. 350 Ocean Drive.
The organization will celebrate
For Beach B. & P. Women
Chanuka with an appropriate
program. Guest speaker of the
evening will be Mrs, Benj. Gold-
stein. President of Miami Beach
Senior Hadassah.
A skit will be presented by-
two members, commemorating
Chanuka and the birthday of
Henrietta Szold.
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Annual B'nai B'rith
Youth Tournament
Scheduled December 27
Plans are being completed for
the annual B'nai B'rith youth or-
ganization mid-winter tourna-
ment featuring sports, social and
cultural activities, scheduled for
December 27 to 30 at a Miami
Beach hotel.
AZA Chapters and BBG groups
from greatei Miami and West
Palm Beach will participate in!
the varied programs being plan-
* lewlsHnbridlinit
FRIDAY, DECEMBER |j
McDonald Address Terms Palestine
Political Organization Unique
Before a capacity crowd of 36-
at the Hebrew University and
Hadassah Medical School banquet
given bv members of the local
committee. Sunday. James F. Mc-
Donald, guest speaker, comment-
ed favorably on the unique poli-
tical organization of Palestine.
"It is the only country where
-- --- .--.-. women actually hold political
ned by the convention committee i "u m*n" McDon-
headed by Mis, Beryle Axlrod P|f -"> X^ JuSts of the
president of MLO. and Gerald JJ^gd dmne. g ^ ^^
Shenkman of Sigma Rhu AZA. fX described Goldie Meyer-
The tournament will include toot- hot, L<1J Histadruth and
ball, basketball, and ping pun* lX h Agencv.
in the athletic categories as well n '* J^
as a track meet foi b .ys. Debat- as tht ^ ^
'^ WI" that she has done. The
highight the cultural acUvitieS \^\. ^ va,i(,ns High com-
and a barbecue dance has been former United Nat"*" J
planned for the openujg night fS^^^JS^Z
committee-.,, d and P ?tlnf m Sous "OrS
: R hardPallol lh^H v.muallv make the
, and finance, Arthur Pearl, sore _would even uaUy make to
and Martin Liebling.

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Introducing t h e principal
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Mrs Max Dobnn r< i
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the 70.000 members of the Ha-
ganah in Palestine."
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
of the South Florida section of
the local campaign introduced
Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe. Miami
University president, who de-
ed his visit to Palestine and
Egypt 20 years ago with refer-
ence to current advances of the
new Jewish state.
Mrs. Adlerbloom Hostess
Beach Mizrachi Women
Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom was
hostess to the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi Women Monday evening at
a Chanuka party in her home,
1820 S.W. 6th st. Proceeds of the
affair are for the Mizrachi Chil-
dren's Village in Palestine.
Evening's entertainment fea-
tured songs by Mrs. Harry Wag-
ner. Mrs. Betty Turk and Mrs.
Abraham Kraftsow. as well as
immunity singing.
Assisting Mrs. Adlerbloom were
Mrs. Turk. Mrs. Israel Slotsky,
Mrs Jack Kane and Mrs. Lane
Zimmerman.
.. Film Folk..
Beautiful Marlene Dietrich has
d in Hollywood after a so-
journ in France, to play th
of the lovely siren in Paramount'^
A Foreign Affair" which the
studio's ace director-producer
team of Billy Wilder and Charles
Brackett is preparing for the
camera. The glamorous actress
tells me that she'll begin to get
ready at once for her role in the
edy of an Am<
. gswoman in Berlin lil-
ting the morale of Ameri-
can troops.

Luther Adler, noted stage actor
->nd director, also flew to Holly-
wood this week from New York
i ept th< m st important film
f his career, that of the
gypsy school teacher, with Rita
Hayworth in Colmubia's drama.
"The Loves of Carmen." Adler
ivas signed for this part his
third film rolejust the other
day and was hustled aboard a
plane for Hollywood within 12
hours, Prior to "Carmen." Luther
had appeared in but two films
Saigon" at Paramount and "Cor-
nered" at RKO.
His stage experience, however.
dates back to 1908 when as a child
actor he followed his parents'
footsteps on the stage in a Yid-
dish play. Since that time he has
appeared in more than fifty legiti-
mate successes on Broadway and
on tour, many of which he also
directed and staged. His most
recent stage engagement was that
of actor-director in the year-long
run of Ben Hecht's "A Flag Is
Born." In case you've forgotten.
Luther's father and mother.
Jacob Adler and Sarah Lewis.
both were notable Yiddish per-
formers, as is his sister, Stella
Adler, who is also at the moment
appearing before the cameras in
Hollywood. Warner Brothers to
be exact.
Michel Rosenberg Act0r
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Michel Rosenberg fam
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Hour this Sunday. acc(,dm7
Director Morris Nasatir. TheV
year veteran of the Yiddi^
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Nasatir after which he will?'
Rosenberg has often been de-
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pdlPA-i. DECEMBEB 12, 194?
jDC To Hold 33rd Annual Meeting
In New York On January 3rd, 4th;
To Mark Third Of Century Of Aid
*,Jmt$hthrtftor>
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abroad
voluntary
will be
pmbers of the JDC National
The thiirty-third annual meet-
e of the Joint Distribution
Committee, major American
ageney aiding distressed Jews
and the world's largest
welfare organization,
held in the Commodore
Hotel New York City, on January
3rd and 4th. it was announced by
Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC
chairman.
The meeting will mark the
jDC's completion of one-third of
a century of aid to Jewish men,
women and children in needy
areas abroad as well as its accom-
plishments in 1947, the JDC's
greatest single year of ac-
tivity. In the first eleven months
of this year. JDC appropriations
for its aid programs abroad
amounted to $69,591,000.
Sunday morning, January 4th
Council, the agency's corporate
body, and the Board of Directoi
will gather from throughout the
nation, to elect officers, review
1947 operations and examine 1948
needs and projected activities.
In calling the meeting, Mr.
Warburg pointed out that "his-
toric decisions which have the
greatest significance for the des-
tiny of Jews everywhere are in
the making. Against the back-
ground of a UN decision on Pales-
tine, cf Congressional considera-
tion of the Stratton Bill, and ol
the Marshall Plan shall be dis-
cussed JDC's plans and program
for 1948.
"From the JDC meeting must
come to the country at large the
clearest possible understanding of
the great responsibilities before
JDC in behalf of the 1.500.000
Jews of Europe, both those who
will stay and those who will
leave "
Shepard Broad Speaks
Before Zionist Groups
Second in a scries of social-
educational gatherings sponsored
jointly by Junior Hadassah's and
Masada, young women's and
men's Zionist organizations, was
held at the home of Mrs. Jandon
Schwarz, 2225 Meridian ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Tuesday.
Featured speaker of the eve-
ning was Shepard Broad, Miami
Beach attorney, who holds the
post of first vice-president in the
Zionist Organization of America,
and was recently a delegate to
the International Zionist Con-
ference in Basel, Switzerland.
Broad spoke on "An Intro-
duction to Zionism."
Group singing and dancing in
the Palestinian manner were in-
cluded in the program, which
had been arranged by the co-
chairmen of the education com-
mittee of the two groups, Selma
Lewis and Ted Nelson. Refresh-
ments were served.
Heacli Kemit'l
Mars* .Schooling
Schooling races for the 1947-48
meet at Miami Beach Kennel
club will begin Tuesday and con-
tinue through December 23, ac-
cording to an announcement by
William E. Gardner, general man-
ager of the oceanside oval. After
a one-day closing, the track will
re-open for its official 86-night
meet. Christmas night.
John En right, director of rac-
ing, said that more than 500
greyhound- have been registered
for competition this winter at
Beach track and the roster in-
cludes some outstanding new ca-
nine stars along with most of the
outstanding racers seen in action
here last winter.
Dr. Clarke Book Review
For Congress Series
Miami Beach Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress con-
tinues its Friday review series
with Th >mas Costain's "The
Money man." today, at 1:30 p.m
Dr. Edward Clarke will present
the review to be followed by an
open discussion in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Her-
bert Glickman, chairman of the
project, will be assisted by her
co-chairman, Mrs. Anna Tanen-
baum. Tickets may be obtained
at the .
Pioneer Club No. 1 Plan
January Celebration
Pioneer Women's Club No, 1
will celebrate the establishment
of the Third Jewish Common-
wealth Sunday, January 4 at 1!
p.m. in the auditorium of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
Dr. David S. Andron and Rab-
bi Max Shapiro are to be guest
speakers. Cantor Jacob Y. Gold-
ring will render several Hebrew
selections accompanied by Joseph
Schreibman and recent Pales-
tinian technicolor films will be
shown.
Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan. JNF chair-
man for the club, announced that
the occupants of the Dorann apts.
244 Pennylvania ave., Miami
Beach, made a gift to the group's
fund in honor of the occasion.
Collection was made by Mrs. N.
Bloom and Mrs. M. Mendelson
residents of the apartment house.
Junior League of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center donated
the one hundred dollars in pro-
ceeds from tlieir November 29
dance at the Ritz Plaza hotel
to thz Center building jund.
The league holds weekly dances
at the center for members and
ds every Sunday.
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Hebrew Academy Offers Chanuka
Celebrafion Sunday Afternoon
As part of a Chanuka week-end
program dedicated to the presen-
tation of the work and progress of
the Hebrew Academy, located at
Sixth Street, corner Jefferson
Avenue. Miami Beach, a drama-
tic and musical program will be
presented Sunday afternoon. De-
cember Nth at 2:00 p.m. at the
Hebrew Academy acditorium.
The program, which employs
the Chanuka motif, will be per-
formed by the children of the
first four years of the school, as
well as by the children of the
kindergarten department of the
Academy.
This Chanukah presentation
will climax a week-end which the
Rabbinical Advisory Board of
the Hebrew Academy has desig-
nated "Hebrew A y Week-
end."' Today. December 12th, I
entire community of Miami and
Miami Beach has been invited to
visit the Academy and to ob-j
serve the school in its various
phases of study, play, and artistic
activities. Friday evening and
Saturday the various Rabbis of
virtually all the Synagogues in
the area will deliver sermons and
addresses describing the unique
work and the progressive pro-
gram of the Academy.
The Hebrew Academy, which
is in existence only a few months,
already boasts an enrollment of
100 children The boys and girls
receive not only a combined and
progressive American and He-
brew education, but also activi-
ties in mu>:'- and the arts. The
classes are in session five days
B week, from 8:30 to 3:30, with
no afternoon or Sunday classes
The Acad( my is a community
project and caters to children
from the Greater Miami Beach
and Miami areas. The school has
available transportation facilities
and provide- a fleet of buses fol
all children to and from the
Si '::< '1
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 194?
Chanuka Meeting Launches Program
At a special sessi in of the
tee of the Greater,
i Vaad Hakashruth,
munity wide kashruth as
tion, and participal :
, iti Mia J F' -
i n, it was res Ivi I I
an intensive program of edui
nts and tourists
ommunity. C
am will be the vai -
nd coi
the G ter Mi-
'. ,: Hakashruth.
The program which ha
tion ill include state-
piritual leadi
the various s luring
vices in
matters and facts relative to
ruth will be pn sented I tin
nts In addition, p
meat and poul-
ments which are
now under the sup' f this
nunal kashruth associatioi
will ted en the bulletin
and i prominent
nout the city. The
munity will be
Hi :; in its pur-
. i to generally conform
to the regulations issued by the
c,:. ter Miamii Vaad Hakash-
ruth.
;ues affiliated with
the G imi Vaad Hakash-
ruth are' Miami Jewish Ortho-
d ix Coi R ibi Murray Graut i;
Beth S Ci nter, Rabbi Leon
K Beth Tfilah. Rab-
bi .1 iseph E Rackovsky; Cong.
Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro:
Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi I vin Lehrman.
Topps Restaurant Opens
Topps restaurant recently re-
; ned under the original man-
nl ol I ieorge Greenspan,
ilizing in expertly prepared
is featuring busi-
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year, in addition to their
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Helen Traubel, famous so-
prano of the Metropolitan
Opera, will be featured with
this week's appearance of the
ersity oj Miami symphony
orchestra. Third in a si
oj concerts g i
by the In i I'i'sity. Miss Traubel
will be heard at the Miami
Sen or High auditorium, Sun-
day (it 8:30 p in.
M ami Hindi Chapter of
B'uai B'ritli Women will hold
their regular meeting this
month al the Robert Richter
hole I, Tuesday, at I p.tn Be-
sides tlie business of the day
an entertaining program is
planned.
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tak.ng place tomorrow morn-
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ceremony will be held in the
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. A reception for
inends and relatives follows
the services.
Annual Chanuka par:y being
tendered by the sisterhood of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, will take place
Sunday at 7 p.m. Throph the
facilities of the Miami YMHA
extension program, Barry Lip-
kin. Y dramatics supervisor, has
d.rrv'.ed a play on Chanuka
which will be presented at the
affair.
Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
fiood IS holding an open meet-
ing December 17 at 1:30 p.m.
in the Temple patio in the
form of a shower. Merchan-
dise brought by members will
lie used for the Bazaar the
women are planning for Jan-
uary.
Children of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Con-
gregation will present a Chan-
uka festival Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the auditorium.
Rabbi .Simon April will address
parents and friends.
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Center Building
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Rabbi Lehrman
Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center Building Fund
Drive for $150,000. additional
funds needed to complete its new
building at 17th Street and
Washington Avenue, gets under
way December 16, announced
George J. Talianoff, general
chairman.
Return of Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man from an extended tour of
Europe and Palestine, will mark
the opening day of the campaign.
Comprising the Steering Com-
mittee, which has assumed -re-
sponsibility for the campaign,
arc: Joseph M. Rose, president of
the Congregation; Samuel Fried-
land, immediate past president;
Abraham Goodman. Initial Gifts
Chairman, together with Talian-
off. Jack D. Burris heads the
General Solicitation phase of the
campaign, assisted by Leo Eisen-
stein and Alfred Stone.
The two week drive will be
highlighted by the Banquet of the
Chevra Kadishah on December
18 at the Victor Hotel, a Recep-
tion to Rabbi Lehrman the eve-
ning of Dec-ember 21 under the
sponsorship of the Sisterhood, and
a Victory Banquet to be held
during January.
Installation dinner of the
Workmen's Circle, branches 292,
692-Y and the Women's club,
all of Miami Beach, will be held
Sunday at the Lyceum 25
Washington are. Reservation
may be made by calling Mrs.
Leon Elkin at 5-1317.
Jacob Sisterhood Tea
At Atlantis Hotel
Mrs. Benjamin Feld will l.
chairman of the afternoon a *
annual Membership Teaofr
gregation Beth Jacob Sisterh^*
to be held at the Atlan '>,
Roof Garden, cm MoSay '<
p.m. t
Rabbi Moses Meschelofl j. tn
be guest speaker. His tonic V
These, Our Children" For
Feature of the afternoon j, .
Junior Style Show, pr n
children of members "nS
original designs by Rulh I'"f
Originals Toby of Miam,^
Rose and the the Miami Gun
Introducing the children will be
the children s committee is Mrs
Carl Willis. She is assisted
Mrs. Eugene Weiss. Mrs. Milton
Weiss, Mrs. I. Slutzky, Mrs a
P. Cannes, and Mrs. Edna Harris'
Mrs. Irving Genet will be at the
piano. l
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, hospital-
ity chairman, will be assisted by
Mrs. Jack Satin, Mrs. Harry Was
serman, Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs
Ben Kalish, Mrs. Anne Berow
Mrs. David Whitman. Mrs. Eu-
genia Lilienfeld and Mrs. Harry
Zeilinger.
Mrs. Martin Genet will lead in
community singin-
Greater Miami Folk Chorui
is holding a Chanuka party this
evening at 8:30 in Beth David
auditorium. 135 N.W. 3rd ire.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
To celebrate the Festival of
Liglits. the Beth David sister-
hood is entertaining members
and friends of the congrega-
tion at a latke party Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock.
MICHAEL ROSENBERG
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rpinAYJDECEMBER 12, 1947
Council^enPlan
Third Annual Dinner
Dance af Colonial
Plans for the third Annual Din-
. Dance of the Miami Section,
Lonal Council of Jewish Wom-
en to be held at the Colonial
Inn January 5th, were made at
a luncheon in the Cadillac Hotel.
Monday. .
Mrs. David Phillips, Chairman,
and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, co-
Chairman, wore hosts to the fol-
lowing committee members:
Mrs. Benj. Bronston, Mrs. Wm.
Caplan. Mrs Leo Ackerman.
m Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Jos.
p Oleicher, Mrs. Harold Aus-
land0,. Mrs Aaron Farr, Mrs.
|ht L. Williams, Mrs. Leonard
Vein, and Mrs. Herbert Scher.
Funds raised from this year's
affair will help to maintain Coun-
cil's ovi projects.
+Jewl$tirhrkUam
PAGE NINE
SINGLE MAN WILL SHARE
APARTMENT
With Couple or 2 Gentlemen
4 ROOMS
Near Synagogue and Shopping
Convemtrt loc.ilion S. W. Section
tan til M.iy 1st or rent by week
W Call 9-9997
Working mother Needs home for 3
wjr.old daughter. Reasonable. Also
wishes position practical nursing or
takt charqe of child for working
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P. 0. Bex 2973, Miami 18. Fla.
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Miami Orthodox Congregation Installs Offi
icers
Shown above are new leaders of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation installed at a ban-
quet in the Victor hotel, Miami Beach last Sunday. Left to right they are: Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Hyland Rifas. treasurer; Wallace Maer. second vice president; Frank Weinstein, third vice presi-
dent; Max Silver, first vice president; Sidney Palmer, president; and Charles Adelman, recording
secretary. Not pictured is Nathan Abraham, financial secretary.
Ludwig Lewisohn, Novelist Lecturer
Guest B'nai B nth Metropolitan Council
Ludwig Lewisohn. noted Ji
ish novelist and lecturer, w 11
discuss ""Jewish Literature in
America"' at a program sp ins ired
by the B'nai B'rith Council of
greater Miami in obsei
Jewish Book Month torn i
evening. 8 p.m., at Temple 1
Feature of the literary evening
is an extensive book exhibit pre-
pared and supervised by Max
Meisel, President of the Bureau
of Jewish Education and one
of the co-chairmen of thi
fair. Also on display
collection of rare
will be a
16th and 17th
Dr. Max I. Tendrich
Dentist
Announces the opening of an
additional office at
2190 S. W. 16th Street
Also Evening Appointments
Hours 7-9
Mondays and Wednesdays
Phone 3-9956
century Jewish ceremonial art
ts recently retrieved from
the Nazis and shown in Miami
for the first til
Lou Heiman, President of Dis-
5, B'nai B'rith, will address
n the subject "Jew-
ish Book Monl an intro-
ductory talk by Harold Turk.
B'nai B'rith Council President.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Tem-
pi,- Israel has been invited to
introduce Mr. Lewisohn to the
Miami audience.
Chairman of the program for
B'nai B'rith Council is Mon-
tague Rosenberg who will be as-
I by b committee including
Abe Gannes, Executive Director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Eli Hurwitz, Morton Beigel,
C. R. Jacobson, Mrs. Norman
Babel, and Mrs. Norman Jacobs.
Members of the Clara Landau
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women will, act as usherettes.
Admission to the literary eve-
ning is free and the public has
been invited.
Chanuka Social
For Center Bldg.
Chanuka game night at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center is being sponsored by the
Sisterhood tomorrow evening at
8 o'clock. Chairmen Mrs. Joseph
A. Berman and Mrs. Samuel Lip-
ton have announced that pro-
ceeds will be donated to the Cen-
ter fund drive to be used for
furnishing the kitchen in the new
building.
Refreshments are under the
charge of Mrs. Harry Brodes,
Mrs. Abe Horowitz, Mrs. Lillian
Oka, Mrs. Philip Abrams. Mrs.
Sam Ginsburg and Mrs. M. Rubin.
Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mrs. Sam
Weisen, Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs.
Joseph Lipton and President Mrs.
Ira Walsey will serve as hostesses.
Rose Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women are sponsoring a party
for veterans at the Pratt Gen-
eral Hospital on Sunday, De-
cember 14, at 7:30 p.m.. it has
been announced by Mrs. Max
ine Reinhard, president.
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ATTENTION!!
To All Members and Friends of
Jewish Home For the Aged
First anniversary celebration of the dedication of the Home
will be held Sunday, December 28th, at 2 p.m., on the HOME
grounds, 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami.
You are invited to participate in a special name contest
now being held for the best name for the HOME'S LIFE MEM-
BERSHIP SOCIAL CLUB. Send in suggested names to the
Chairman, Max Greenberg, care of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
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winner In case of a tie between a man and a woman two wrist
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Remember the DateSunday, December 28th
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fRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, m
Local Masada Adopts
National Co-ed Policy
After two years as an all-male
organization, the local chapter of
Masada has voted to admit wom-
en into their membership. The
move followed the lead of na-
tional headquarters of the young
men's Zionist group recently an-
nouncing a "co-ed" policy.
President Joe Pardo has made
plans to enlarge his group on the
new basis, and a meeting is called
for Sunday, December 14. at 8
p.m.., in the home of Miss Toby
Cooper, 1624 West ave. All pres-
ent members are asked to bring
young women as well as young
men who might be eligible for
admission under the new rules.
In charge of the Sunday meet-
ing will be Theodore Nelson; co-
chairman, was designated as Ar-
nold Bernson. and David Liebman
was asked to speak on the pur-
poses of the chapter and its rela-
tionship to the world Zionist pic-
ture.
LOOK TO UJA NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR NEW LIFE IN PALESTINE
Biscayne Bay Handicap
At Gulfstream Saturday
A nominating band of 14 route
running thoroughbreds have been
named for next Saturday's re-
newal of the $5000 Biscayne Bay
Handicap at Gulfstream Park. In-
cluded among the lineup of prob-
ables are several outstanding
prospects for the Janary 15 run-
ning of the $25,000 Gulfstream
Park Handicap at a mile and a
quarter, and the Biscayne Bay
may be in the manner of an im-
puitant early prep for that rich
closing day stake.
Scheduled to match strides
over the mile and a sixteenth of
the Biscayne Bay are such as
Mrs. Albert Sabath's Say Blue,
winner of last Saturday's Holly-
wood Handicap, S. Greenfield's
stretch-running High Trend who
was out of his proper element in
two recent sprint essays, S. D.
Sidell's Iodine. W. H. Veeneman's
Tweets Boy, the Bermill Farm's
Bug Juice, the Woolford Farm's
Sublime and others. Lightning
could strike from any one of
these speedy sources, although
the nominees are so evenly
matched that the victory of any
one of the 14 could occasion but
mild surprise.
As Europe's Jevi.-li displaced persons looked hopefully
this week for an early end to iheir homeleHIMM, more
than 1,000 American Jewish leaders, spurred by the his-
tory-making U. N. decision on Palestine, were scheduled
to meet in Atlantic City's Chelsei Hotel for a four-day
national conference of the United Jewish Appeal to take
decisive action on the mass resettlement of Europe's
homeless Jews in the reborn Jewish State. Out-landing
national and international leaders who will address the
UJA conference on the program for mass settlement in
Palestine, overseas relief and rehabilitation and refugee
aid in the United Slates include General Joseph T.
McNarney, former Commander of U. S. Forces in Europe;
Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring, member of the U. S. Dele-
gation to the U. N. General Assembly; Dr. Chaim Weix-
mann, renowned former President of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine; former Secretary of the Treasury Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., UJA General Chairman; Eliezer Kaplan,
Treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, European Director of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. The Atlantic City Conference will
also determine the 1948 goal of the United Jewish Appeal
for the reconstruction programs of the Joint Distribution
Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service
for New Americans, constituent agencies of the UJA.
Burt Lobel Attends
Masada Convention
Burt Lobel of the Miami R* .
chapter. Masada, was aSgB,Sh
teen delegates from the &
eastern Region of Masada at2'
mg the.r 13 annual national "
vention in Cincinnati Thank?"
mg weekend. Orlando, ft"'
ham, Atlanta, New O, lean S"
ville and Savannah were S"
represented aiSo
M A ala celebration of the United
Nation,i decision to create ,32
>sh state, took precedence ovE
convention plans Saturday nigh,
though regular deliber2
committee meetings and progra^
were carried out during the\
clave. '
Israel Katz of Atlanta. presi
dent of this region, was elected
national vice president. Other
southerners named to national of
fices include Mrs. Larry Levy of
Orlando, a delegate at' large on
the executive committee; and
Sidney Mazer of Birmingham,
from Southeastern
representative
region on the committee,
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
Dade County Solicitors Office
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AL MEIDENBERG, Owner
Manning's Host to
Jai Alai Players
Harry Zuckerman of Manning's
Seafood Restaurant is acting as
host to Richard Berenson and the
1947-48 line-up of Jai Alai play-
ers at noon Friday, December 12.
The public is invited to get a
preview of the players before the
season starts on Dec. 15. They
will also have an opportunity to
listen to the cestamen relate their
experiences in various parts ol
the globe during the hour broad-
cast, "Luncheon at Manning's" di-
rect from the dining room.
Personalities to be interviewed
during the broadcast will be
Richard Berenson, president and
general manager; Pedro Mir.
players' manager, and such pelota
ers as Bari, Andrinua, Ce-
cilio, Adolfo. Hernando. Cermeno,
Epifanio, Rene and Fares. .
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rPTHAY. DECEMBER 12, 194?*
tJenUihflcrMfofi
PAGE ELEVEN
Jewish Quiz Box
n Why i cuftomary for
k. the children to play with a
Jjc.Ued the "dreidel" on
Chinukah?
A During various Jewish per-
Jitions during- the Middle
Ties the tyrants always tried to
slop the Jews from studying the
Torah. In those days Jewish
Siolarship was earned on by
*,niith to mouth" transmission
;dUnot through writing. The
Talmud, especially, was studied
on|v orally, in groups. A decree
as then fore issued prohibiting
anv assemblage for the purpose
0( studying the Torah, under pen-
alty of death. Not discouraged by
this malicious decree, the Rabbis
cnuBht to camouflage their studies
bv giving them the outward ap-
IrancP of play. This as
achieved by spinning the "top of
chance" which was a common
pastime
There being no evident signs of
writing, the observer would con->
elude only that the group was
engaged in play and not in ac-
tual study To commemorate this
trick, it is still customary to spin
"Chanukah tops." It has thus re-
mained a custom to play "games
of chance" on QhanUkah, al-
though they are prohibited on all
other occasions.
Q. What doe* the word "dreid-
el" ictually mean?
A. The top is called a "dreidel"
because the word stems from the
German word "dreihen" which
means to "turn" or to "spin." It
is also called "trendel" at times,
Q. What do the inscribed let-
ter* on the "dreidel" represent?
A. The "dreidel" has four
sides which are inscribed with
the letters "Nun." "Gimel." "Heh"
and "Shin" respectively. As far
as the actual game is concerned,
they represent the four German
words "Niehts," "Gans." "Halb,"
and "Shtel," which mean "Noth-
ing," "All." 'Half," and "Put"
respectively. Thus they indicate
each plaver destined gains and
losses in the play, depending upon
wincu side of the top falls up-
right.
The four letters have si ill an-
other significance. They indicate
the first letters of the four words
"Nes Gadol Heuch Shorn" which
means (in Hebrew) "A great mir-
acle happened there." In this re-
spect the little top is a reminder
of the miracle of Chanukah. .
Q. Why is it customary to eat
cheese delicacies*on Chanukah?
A. The explanation for tins
custom is usually connected with
the story of Judith who perform-
ed a great deed during the heroic
exploits of the Maccabees. Judith,
according to the story, fed cheese
to the enemy leader in a success-
Phi Sigma Sigma Alums
Welcome Mrs. Blatt
Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae club
welcome Mrs. Gerson Blatt of
I conut Grove, an alumus of the
Univemity of Wisconsin, as a new
member at its regular meeting to-
morrow evening. The group will
meet at the home of Miss Helene
Hirschthal, 1334 Washington ave
Miami Beach.
Plans for the annual picnic and
ier roast at Matheson Ham-
mock to honor the University of
Miami Beta Theta chapter will be
discussed.
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, presi-
dent, recently announced the fol-
lowing chairmen for the year:
social, Mrs, Hyman Koch; Sphinx
reporter, Miss Hirschthal; pub-
licity, Mrs. Jerome Adelman; and
housing fund, Mrs. Robert Rosen.
All alumnae in the area are
invited to attend the meeting.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
I the present whereabouts of Mor-
i ris Lubin on behalf of his wife,
Helen, and two minor daughters,
residents of Philadelphia, Pa..
who are in need of his financial
assistance. Mr. Lubin separated
;from them in August, 1945 and
since tnen has neglected to make
provision for them, with the re-
sult that they are in great need.
Morris Lubin, who always worked
in the produce line, is a native
of Philadelphia, Pa. and was born
on April 9, 1909, is 5 ft. 7 in. tall,
weighs 130 pounds, has black
hair, brown eyes, is reported to
have gone to Florida. Anyone
aware of this man's location is
requested to communicate with
he National Desertion Bureau,
105 Nassau St., New York 7. N. Y.
ful attempt to make him thirsty
and cause him to drink much
wine. He then became drunk and
she beheaded him and carried off
his head in a sack. This act en-
couraged the defenders and dis-
couraged the enemy who lost
in age and fled before the Jews.
As a reminder of this brave feat
... serve cheese delicacies on
Chanukah.
TO ALL
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GREETINGS
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
324 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
Miami, Florida
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON
George's Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
FARREY'S, INC.
To All a Most Happy
Chanuka
SAVOY HOTEL
252 N.W. Second Street
"Open Year Around"
Hardware
WHOLESALE RETAIL
1692 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone 5-4621
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS
y
Belford's Produce & Trucking Co.
i
1299 N. W. 23rd Streat
Miami. Florida
A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
TROPICAL
METAL CRAFTS, Inc.
(Custom Manufacturing)
Anything in Stainless Steel
From Refrigerators to Tackle
Boxes
FREE ESTIMATES
1711 N.W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 9-2259
GREETINGS
T
Workmen's Circle Youth
Named Everglades Chap.
Youth Branch 699, Workmen's
Circle, has officially changed its
name to "Everglades Chapter"
and its number to "1000." The
group will meet on Monday, De-
cember 15, in the Workmen's Cir-
cle building, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.,
at 8 p.m. This will be the first
meeting at which the newly-
elected officers preside.
We Extend Best Wishes
For a Happy Chanuka
Miami
Typesetting Co.
F. H. STREIFERT
and Associates
2015 N. W. First Avenue
Phone 2-5935
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
AOHI.i: II. IAIKKI'II
REAL ESTATE
1623 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
NOW LOCATED
1553 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270
Under the Management oi MR. and MRS. LOUIS KATZ
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
PALM BAKERIES, INC.
I. E. BRENNER
5708 N. W. 7th Avenue
1442 S. W. 8th Street
H. L. SKLANSKY
Phone 7-2361
156 N. W. Fifth Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
MARGARET WEWMAN
and ASSOCIATES
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
l{,
STANLEY G. TARILTON
REAL ESTATE
1101 Lincoln Road Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
MARGARET ANN
Super Markets
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FOR BUILDING MATERIALS AND LUMBER
CALL THIS NUMBER
2-152 0
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Miami. Fla.





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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12,
Ladies League Holds Dessert Luncheon
A dessert luncheon and enter-
tainment is scheduled for Decem-
ber 18th at 1:30 p.m.. to be held
at the Tides Hotel. Ocean Drive,
by the Ladies League of the He-
brew Academy.
The event will signal the
campaign in behalf of the Ladies
League. Outstanding entertain-
ment and a social and cultural
program have been arranged for
the afternoon event. Admission
to the affair will be free to all
paid-up members. A record at-
tendance is expected.
The Ladies League of the He-
1 rew Academy is an affiliated
organization of the Academy and
helps in adopting measures and
raising funds for the support and
maintenance of the Academy
To date, the Ladies League has
conducted a Book Shower as
well as a Kitchen Shower, which
helped to provide a library, as
well as equipment for the dining
room and kitchen of the Acad-
emy.
The Hebrew Academy is a
unique institution in the South-
eastern region of the United
ites. It is the only all-day
school which oilers to the child-
ren of the greater Miami and Mi-
ni Beach communities an edu-
cational program combining a
progressive American education
..'l conjunction With Hebrew
'.raining.
Among those on the committee
for the Membership Dessert
Lunchc.n affair are: Co-chair-
re Goldberg and
Mrs. A. C. Osheroff, Mrs. Sam
Grundwerg, Mrs. Berth,. Makov-
Mrs. David s. Andron, Mrs
.. iseph Rackovsky, Mrs. Jack
Burns Mrs. Harrj Genet, Mrs.
Max Shapiro, Mrs. S. Schlessing-
er. Mrs. Morris Silverberg. Mrs
S. Miller, Mrs. Mitchel Reiner.
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BLEM
MIAMI MATTRESS
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
Book Month Agenda
Follows Meeting of
David Sisterhood
A program in keeping with th*
observance of Jewish Booh
Month has been prepared by
Mrs. Alex Stiebel to follow ;
short business session of Beth
David Sisterhood this Wednesday
The meeting is scheduled for )
p.m. in the synagogue, according
to Mrs. Norman Jacobs, president
Mrs. Joel Belov is to reviev
the life of Hannah Solomon
founder of the National Council
of Jewish Women, based on thi
book. "Fabric of My Life." Mrs
Minna Mell will relate Jcwi.-i
anecdotes from the recently pub-
lished book, "Royte Pomerantzen.'
Musical selections will be ren-
dered by Mrs Harold Cohen and
Mrs. Joe Shaeffer.
Membership Chairman Mrs
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NEW ELITE
RESTAURANT
"Where Friends Meet"
Home Cooking a Specialty
SPAGHETTI
Bernard Sterling has requested
that all who have joined th
group since June, 1947. be pres-
ent to be officially installed by
Mrs. William Danziger. Sisterhood
executive officers will serve as
hostesses at the social hour in
the auditorium.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL
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44 S. W. 3rd Street
Phone 3-3131
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
JUDGE
HENRY L. OPPENBORN
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
NELLIE E. BRENNAN
REAL ESTATE
404 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-1953
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI BEACH
CHEMICAL CO.
Anchor Brand Products
Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary
Supplies, Deodorants,
Disinfectants
Phone 5-4353
824 First St. Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
Beit Wishes to Our M.
Friends and SO***
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RESTAURANTS
106 N. Miami Avenu,
261 E. Flagler Sire.,
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PHONE 3-3453
T
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KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
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DAN CHAPPELL
Pan American Bank
Building
Red Road Liquor Store
Mr. and Mrs.
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Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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f0Ktl DECEMBER 12, 1947
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
REFORM
TemPle Israel. 137 N.E. 19lh st.
Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman; Dr.
"|Eb H.Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services Friday
n it 815 P-m-> Chanuka
^vi'ce dedicated to new mem-
' Sunday school 10 a.m. .ill
^Temple1 Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
JwT ave.. Fort Lauderd.le.
Babbi David Raab.
fndav evening services at 8
om Raul" H;,ub wil1 Preach on
ihesubji''-' Ancient and Modern
Interpretation of Dreams."
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood.
Babbi Max Kaufman.
Fridav evening services at 8:15
m Rabbi Kaufman will speak
on the subject "The Feast of
Lights" Mr. and Mrs. H. Hy-
mason will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat that follows. Saturday
morning services 10 a.m. Mr. and
Mrs Max Hankin will be hosts
after the service. Sunday morn-
ing at 11 'clock the religious
school will hold a Chanuka cele-
bration for tiie children. A play
is scheduled directed by Mrs. Etta
Lavine and Mrs. Diane Kaufman.
A party luncheon and exchange
Of gifts full ".V.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Bwch. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Friday evening services at 5
p.m. Friday night forum at 8:30
p.m. R.ibi' Mescheloff will lec-
ture on the theme "Hollywood
Solves A Problem." Early sabbath
services at tiiiO a.m. Regular Sab-
bath servi it 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
subject "The End of the Begin-
ning." Intermediate services for
teen age youth at 9 a.m. under
supervision of the Board of Ed-
ucation. Junior Congregation for
children of elementary school age
a: 10 a.m. under the supervision
of Max Bertman of the faculty.
Kiddush served to both groups
by a Sisterhood committee. Bible
study at 4 p.m. with S. I. Fried-
man. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed
by Shalus Seudos. Rabbi will
speak on the Portion of the
Week. Sunday school from 10 till
noon. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30
p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Jojeph E. Rackovsky.
Mincha Friday at 5:15 p.m
Saturday morning services at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
R0S
cmPJete
u% 3-4848
Brjpig
COMPLCtl PISI C1N1KHI.
speak on "The Symbol of the
Small Lights." Class on the bibli-
cal Portion of the W.-,-k at 3 pn
conducted by Rabbi Jacob I,
Andron. Mincha at 4 p.m fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
will speak on the Sedra of the
Week. Maariv at 6 p.m Daily
morning services at 7:1)0 followed
by a class in Mishna. Mincha at
5:15 followed by a class in Jewish
laws and customs Maariv at I
p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening service at 5
pm. Saturday morning at 9 a.m
Rabbi April will speak on the
subject "Rededicate Your Tem-
ple." Mincha at 5 p.m. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will
speak on the Portion of the
Week. Hebrew and Sundaj
school children will report to the
Talmud Torah at 9 a.m. Sunday
from where they will proceed t<
the unified Chanuka service in
the Beach Plaza Theater. Daily
Hebrew school 3:15 to 6:15 p.m
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17lh ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening sei vices at 5:15
p.m. Late Friday evening forum
dedicated to the cause free,
dom as reflected in the Fr<
train. Forum commences at 8:30
p.m. Saturday services at 8:30
a.m. dedicated to the Hebrew
Academy. Rabbi Grauer will
preach on "Kindling a New Light
In Zion." Junior service at 10:30
a.m. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Children oi
the religious school will meet
Sunday at 9 a.m. to attend the
community-wide Chanuka cele-
bration. Daily religious school
3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches.
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on the subject "A Re-
curring ProblemReligion in the
Schools." (Brought about by the
recent protest to the ban of cai Is
in Brooklyn schools.! Services
dedicated to Emma Lazarus chap-
ter. B'nai BVith Women. Presi-
dent Mrs. Norman Giller and re-
presentatives will conduct the re-
sponse. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wi is-
sel will be hosts at the recep-
tion in the auditoriium immedi-
ately following services, in mem-
ory of Mrs. Weissel's mother. Mrs.
S. M. Goodman. Floral offering
has been made in Mrs. Goodman's
memory. Buses for transportation
of children of the Hebrew and
Sunday schools will leave the
congregation at 9 a m
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity. 1415 Euclid avo.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 5:30
p.m. Late Fi iday evening service
at 8:15 p.m. In the absence of
Rabbi Lehrman. Dr. Jacob H
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Tem-
ple Israel, will speak on "H '
Will the World Rededicate the
Holy Land." Saturdaj morning
service at 9 a.m. Kabbi Colman
A. Zwitman of Temple Israi
preach on "Maccabbean Victory
In Our Day." Bar Mitzvah of
^Jewistfhridlilann
i
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
'y Berber. Junior Congregation
''- 1" a.m. AZA-BBG Youth
Service breakfast Sunday morn-
ing at 9 a.m. for boys and girls
over 13. Guest spoaker will be
Allied Stone, chairman of the
construction committee of the
Center building will Spoak on
'th In Our New Center."
nuka celebration for religious
1 children at 9:30 a.m. at
Theater. Hebrew
Kehgious School Mondav through
Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pre-
kindergarten school Monday
through Friday mornings. 9 a.m
till 12 noon
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
1 1 iy evening service at 8:15
'in. Rabbi Kronish will speak
in "Members, Maccabbees and
the Third Jewish Common-
th." Chanuka Sabbath de-
dicated to the 70 new members
oining the congregation this
year. Oneg Shabbat follows the
ice Sabbath Service at 10:45
i.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
hildren from the ages of 4'-
to 14'^. High school of Jewish
Studies. Sunday morning at 9:45
a.m, fir young people 15 years
1 age and over. Hebrew classes,
alternate weekday afternoons,
and girls ages 7lj to 13.
Nursery school, daily morning
ind afternoon sessions, children
from 2' to 5.
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
ixi .,,.. No. 20160
V, MATTER of the Guardian-
nt|> of:
BL'SIE MATHTS.
A Mental Incompetent.
Notice of Application to Sell
. Property
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ETHEL R1DGWAY
as Guardian of sisii: MATHIS, has
"led In tin- County Judge's Court, in
and r.ir naih, County, Florida, a Fe-
lltlon for Authority to receive, man-
age, control, dispose of. remove and
ksii at private Bale, for the purpose
of sa ill removal, the following real
sine ana personal property of su-
sil. MATHIS, in Dade County, Flor-
Ida, in v. |i
Lot FVteen (16), Block Seven
I ) of l..\\\ ki-.m i-. USTATHl
LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVI-
SION, a s.....Ilvlslon In Uade
County, Florida, according to
the Plat thereof recorded In
Plat Hook ,u Page 40 of
Hi.- I'uhlli- Record! of Dade
County. Florida,;
also
The Furniture and Furnish-
Inge and Household Kquip-
ini-iu contained In the Dwell-
.nj Houses located on the said
real estate hereinabove de-
scrlli, (I.
Votlce is given that the undersigned,
as such Guardian, intends to apply
to the Honorable w. P, uianton.
County Judge, at his office In the
Courthouse, in Miami, liadc County,
Florida, at the hour of 11 o'clock
A. M., on the 5th day of January.
1948, for authority to sell the prop-
el ty hereinabove described, at pri-
vate sale, for the purposes aforesaid,
anil that said 1'etltlon shall be pre-
-iii.,1 to the said Judge at same time
and place
THIS 26th day of .November, A. D.,
1947,
ETHKI, RIDGWAY. as Guardian
Of SUSIE MATHIS
WA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
II 28. 12/5-12-19,
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, |
IN A.\|) FOR DADE tULMt,1
NO,
vs.
Ue-
l-'l.i IRIDA, IN CHANCERY ,
MANUEL DKALUCK, I'laliitlff,
HELEN MARIE ORALI CK,
fendant,
I i Mrs Helen Marie Draluck
B iff i New Stl I -i
Ulasboro, New Jersey
YtH ARE HEREBY III : jl 1IM -I to
file an Appei i I he above ui-
...... a tlon -. or befoi i J nuarj ft,
1918, othi Decree Pro O
will be entered agalnsl you In accord-
anci with the laws of the State oi
DATED this l"th das of December,
A. D .
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk oi the Circuit Court.
iii- i .in t Seal)
llj M C. GREEN,
Deputy Cleric,
ALFRED KRE1SLER
Attornex for Plaintiff
IU09 Pan American Bank Ruthimg
Miami, I
I : 12-19-26 1 -
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
: he 111 tltloua Maun- oi
WII.'KS DRKilNAL SAMPLE SHOP
.a I'll North Miami Avenue, Miami,
: said name
the Clerk of tne Circuit Court
..: j) i, County, Florida.
ED I'll K WlLCK
I'etltloni r,
MYERS, HEIMAN S KAPLAN
neya foi Petitioner
IS 12-19-26 1 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, di siring to engage in
,, .,.,,,-. under the fletltloui name oi
MONDRESS AND COMPANY at 908
Langford Building, Miami. Fl'.riaa,
: i reglater said name with the
, thi Circuit Court of Dade
iy, Florida,
' DOROTHY MONDRESS
JOSEPH K. MONDRESS
U 12-19-26 l 2-9___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
,,;. .. i desiring to engage
r the flctltloua name
,-u K.I.NU HOI si, a.
of Hlaleah, Florida, Intends to
lei said name With the Clerk of
I Couri of Uade County,
Kl'"'1'1'' JOSEPH BRBOMAN.
LJjSO SHBINER,
Building
Florida
for Applli ant
i -_________
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 18887
Re: Estate of
ABIC OREL.
i leceaaen
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion for Final Discharge
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
tratrix Cum Testanu-nto Annexo of
the .state of auk OREL, ucccased;
and that on the 19th day of Decem-
ber, 1947, I will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
1 final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix, CTA, OI
the Estate of Abe Orel, il.-ceased.
This 1Mb day of November, 1947.
ANNE OREL.
itRKSLOW ,v OKI.P., American Hank
Bldg., Miami, Fla.,
Attorneys for Administrate CTA.
11/21-28. 12/5-12,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
hi business under the fictitious name
I ROXY HUTEL, at 2632 North Ml-
,iii. Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK KAUFMAN.
Applicant.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/21-28. 12/5-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of .MICHIGAN BAR at Dade county,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clork of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN S1EMASZ.
ANNA S1E.MASZ.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
.: _i 18. 12/0-12-19.
IDEAL FdrTTHTSMALL KITCHEN
or
APARTMENT
THE DETROIT JEWEL
GAS RANliK
Complete cooking service in a small
space. Four burners full sized heat
controlled oven storage.
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
PEOPLES ^NlfS1 colHPANY
Mi-mi Beach Hollywood Fcrt Lauderdale
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busin.-ss under the fictitious name
,r i'I.CH SAVOY at number f.:tr.
N. W. Third Avenue In the City of
Miami, Florida, intenda to register
aald iiain.' with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida. .. ''
SAVOY CAFB, INC.
Aronowltz, Welnkle A Aronowitz,
Attorneys for Applicant,
12 5-12-19-26 1/2
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 16283
R*: Estate of
JOAN CI-YRK FIAMVKKS,
Deceased.
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion For Final Discharge
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti
tlon for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator of the estate of JOAN CLARK
FLOWERS, deceased: and that on
the 211th day of December, 1947, 1
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Uianton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of JOA.N
CLARK FI/JWERS, deceased.
Tins 18th day of November, 1947.
C D. VAN UHSIJliL
MAX R. SU-VER,
Attorney for Administrator.
11/21-28. 12/5-12.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FI/>RIDA FURNITURE COM-
PANY, INC., at IS1 N. E. 10th Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
, u,i c,,urt of Hade County. Florida.
AMERICAN DISTK^rJTJN^
11/28. 12/5-12-19-26.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
In business under the fictitious name
of A-l PRINTING SERVICE. 334
South Miami Avenue, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
DAVID MAKKH.
MARX FEINBKRG,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/21-28. 12/5-12.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BIL-WITE PRODUCE CO., at
118S H W. 6th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
f Dade County norMI..WBIB8i
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/28. 12/6-12-19-26.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage-
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME SUPPLY COMPANY at
1166 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi
Dade County, Florida,
JACK GOTTLIEB.
HARRY SMITH,
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/21-28. 12/5-12-19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
In Chancery No. 113046
BENJAMIN UoSKIN and ESTHER
BOSK1N, his wife
Plalntini
-vs
anna M SNIGGS, et al..
Defendants
Order For Publication Notice
To Appear
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA M. SNIGGS and --------
SNIGGS, her husband, If marrlea;
M. H. BOYER and GEORGIA V.
BUYER, his wife; -------- TRACE y
and TRACEY, his wife, if mar-
ried: H. F. KAUFMAN and
KAUFMAN, his wife, if married,
whose residence! are unknown: and
all unknown persons having or claim-
ing any interest in and to the fol-
lowing described real estate, lying
and being in Dade County, Florida,
to-wlt:
Lots Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine
(9), Ten (10), Eleven (11) and
Twelve (121 of Block Nine (9) of
the original plat of PLNEWOOU
PARK, a Subdivision recorded in
Dade County. Florida, and re-
corded In Plat Cook 6. on Page
42 of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida,
whether as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, oredltors, trustees, exeou
tors, administrators, or otherwise, or
any other claimants by. through or
under the said named Defendants.
YOl", and each of you, are hereDy
notified that a suit has been tiled in
the above Court by BENJAMIN BOS-
KIN and ESTHER BOSKIN, his wit,-,
for the purpose of (iiiietlng the tltlj
to and confirming the title in the
said Plaintiffs, their grantee* and
successors in title to the above de-
scribed property. The said Piaintlfis
In said suit also seek to have th
above Court in and by Its decree ad-
judicate that all claims, rights, titles
and Interests of all Defendants m
said suit, all persons claiming Dy,
through or under them, or any <'t
them, since the filing of the LIs
Pendens in said suit, be forever can-
celled and decreed to be null and
void.
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to file your appearance in said
suit on or before tbe 22nd day of
December, 1SM7, and in default of
sucli appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
DONE AND ORDERED In tne City
of Miami, Dade County, Florida, this
20th day of November, 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
SEAL
By: M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Cierg.
WA8MAN, SILVER A SAKOW1TZ,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
11/21-28. 12/5-12.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 113146.
1IATHILDE CCRTIS,
Plain tier,
HEWITT CLAY CCRTIS,
Defendant.
Notice To Appear
To: HEWITT il.AY CURTIS,
600 Smith Oakland Avenue,
Carbondale, Illinois.
You are hereby notified and re
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before December 26. 1947, other-
wise the Bill 0* Complaint will be
taken as confessed against >"" lsi
this order be published once ;i week
for not less than four successive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published In Dade county,
Florida. ...
Dated this 25th day of November,
1J4 E B. DEATHERMA.N,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MILTON A. FREEDMAN,
Attorney.
Deputy Clerk.
11/28. 12/5-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AIRWAYS RADIO A KI.ICVKON
IC CO (Not Inc.), at 1464 S. W. 6th
St. Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING SCHULMAN.
11/28. 12/5-12-19-26.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SEMINOI.E GROCERY, at 434 E.
1st Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SIMON GKOHS.
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
11/28. 12/6-12-19-26.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
* kwisUFlvrldinin
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, ig47

"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ZIONIST PROBLEMS:.
Now that the week of celebra-
tions of the birth of the Jewish
state in Palestine is over. Amer-
ican Zionist leadership is again
1 cginning to think in prosaic
practical terms One majoi
problem facing American Zionis
loaders is how to obtain from th.
I nited States tanks and plane.
f >r the Haganah Anothei
problem is the normalization of
relations t between the Amer-
ican Zionists and the new
Jewish government in which noni
. ut citizens of the Jewish state
can be a member ... It is ob-
vious that the upbuilding of thi
Jewish state will remain depend-
ent upon aid from American Jew-
! quite a long time Th<
question is therefore asked: "How
will American Jewish leadi rship
be able to exercise the same in-
fluence on the Jewish Cabinet as
it did on the Jewish Agency ex-
ecutive?" Some Zionist lead-
i rs m this country will not b
satisfied with merely playing the
. ile of "outside helpers" to the
Jewish g ivcrnmcnt On the
ether hand, they cannot hope to
be in the government as long as
they are American citizens ... It
can be expected that some of the
American leaders will give up
their citizi :p and settle in the
Jewish state But even then
nces of obtaining posi-
tions in the Cabinet will be poor,
since they will no longer repre-
nt the p twerful force of Ameri-
i in Jewry The problem ol
'taxation without representation'
which may develop with regari
lo Zionist groups outside Pales-
. ne also faces the World Zionist
ship Some urge con-
1 nuation of the World Zionist
ngress as the supreme organ
of the Zionist movement >n
Diaspora, although the Zionist
aim of establishing a Jewish stati
in Palestine has been achieved .
a W ii Id /.. n
--. executive elected by such -,
Congress could work in coopera
ion with net oi the Jew
ish state Otlu i i not a
ptimistic They insist that
to be a member of an executive
which is subsidiary to a govern-
ment is not the same as being a
member of the government.
?
COMMUNAL TRENDS:
Jewish organizations have sub-
letted an application to the State
Department, asking that it ap-
prove the Jewish Restitution
Commission as the representative
Jewish body to become the heir
o henless Jewish property in
he U.S. zone of Germany under
he terms of the recently pub-
lished restitution law The
ewish Rcs.itution Commission is
omposed of representatives of
najor Jewish groups in the
United States. Britain and France
. There was quite a scene at
he An erican Jewish Conference
inclave in Chicago between
B'nai B'rith President Frank L.
loldman and American Jewish
ongress President Dr. Stephen
S, Wise Wise said that the
Conference seemed more anxious
o hold the B'nai B'rith within its
ranks than to make it possible
for the American Jewish Con-
i stay in This resulted
in an exchange of highly uncom-
Dlimentary remarks between the
two ... It required Dr. Israel
Goldstein's valiant efforts to make
leace between the disputants .
rhere is a good deal of behind-
the-scene dickering among major
Jewish organizations regarding
naming of a successor t<
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, who is
... ..ai.ei.iig the post ol adviser
m Jewish affairs to the American
military command in Germany
. The names of Jacob Billikoff
:>: James Heller, and Dr. L
Sachar have been mentioned
among the candidates Bu'
the competition has nerrowei
down to Harold J. Goldenberg of
Minneapolis and Prof. William
Haber, who was head of the Na-
tional Refugee Service in the
aily war years One of the
two is most likely to succeed
udge Levinthal The nationa.
ouncil of Americans for Hagan-
h, an organization seeking sup-
>ort in this count! y for the
Haganah, recently acquired two
Quick Starts
PIXIE TIRE 0
^^ MIAMI MIAMI RFAt W
101 S. W. First Street
5327 N. Miami Avt.
3539 N.W. 17th Ave,
MIAMI BEACH
945 Fifth Street
1840 Alton Rood
important members .They are
Herbert H. Lehman and Sumner
Welles.

BETWEEN COVERS:
Jewish readers will take a spe-
cial interest in Prof. Herman rin-
g's "America's Destiny. Just
published by MacmiUan. for three'
reasons F.rstly. because of
Ita main thesis-that as long as
,ho United Nations is not in a
position to exert force to main-
tain peace, the United States, a
the greatest world power. mus<
do it Secondly, because of
!hc author's charges against the
democratic world in connection
with the Nazi mass annihilation
,1 the Jews of Europe Tnnrt-
ly because of his analysis of the
differences between the Presi-
dent and the State Department
on the Palestine issue Pro'
finer minces no words in stating
that "millions upon millions
were content to turn their backs
on Hitler's atrocities against Jews
before they finally took any ac-
tion And even then the ac-
tion taken was hardly that of a
good Samaritan, he points out .
He reminds his readers that in
spite of the President's plea for
admission of more DP's to the
U.S.. the opposition is still over-
whelming With regard to
Palestine, he declares that no-
body could be sure at any time
of the true mind of American
leadership on this vital matter
. While the President made one
declaration concerning Palestine,
the State Department was si-
multaneously outlining a con-
tradictory policy ... No one.
Prof. Finer says, has ever known
who came first ... Of course, the
book was wriitten before the
United States clarified its attitudi
m Palestine at the United Na-
tions .. Nevertheless the views
expressed on subjects of direct
interest to Jews are still solid .
Not to speak of the main theme
of the book, which deals with
major world problems.

MEN AND DEEDS:
You may be interested to know
that Dr. Chaim Weizmann will
liave his autobiography published
soon by a well-known publishing
'muse ... A Jewish daily news-
paper in New York is negotiat-
ing for Yiddish translation rights
for $25,000 One of the most
impressive affairs in New York
was the celebration of Dr. Weiz-
niann's 73rd birthday on the eve
of the United Nations' historic
decision to establish a Jewish
state in Palestine For the
first time in its history, the fa-
mous Boston Symphony Orches-
tra, directed by Serge Koussevit-
ky. played in a hotel And
lor the first time in the histoi>
it the Waldorf-Astoria a sym-
phony orchestra played in its
ballroom The atmosphere was
invigorating, the food superb, the
.hampagne exhilarating, and Dr
and Mrs. Weizmann were really
happy The credit for bring-
ing 2,000 prominent peopleeach
if whom paid $250to the Weiz-
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n
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Experinced In Miami
Since 1925
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
3253 S. W. 8th St.
Two-Story White Building
Opposite
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Rehabilitation Clinic Is Feature Of
Annual Dade Chapter Red Cross
Meeting
H. H. Flyman, chairman of the]director of relief operation*
Dade county. m
Mrs. Roger
Dade county chapter. American
Red Cross announced this week
that the organization's thirty-first
annual meeting will be held at
8 p.m. Tuesday. Dec. 16 in Cen-
tral school auditorium, 275 N.W.
Second st. The public is invited.
Th." program at the meeting
will feature a rehabilitation clin-
ic, at which disaster workers will
tell the story of the Red Cross
job in Dade county following the
September October hurricanes
and floods.
A review of actual cases, un-
altered except to disguise names
and addresses, will be presented.
A disaster advisory committee
will consider them, and with au-
dience participation, will decide
the amount of relief and re-
habilitation necessary.
The clinic will give the public-
an opportunity to see just how
the Red Cross disaster relief and
rehabilitation program operates,
who is eligible for assistance and
how amount of aid is determined.
In charge of program planning
'i: Dr. Everett S. Smith, chapter
program chairman, assisted by
Mrs. M. F. Wittichen rhn*r
secretary, and Maurice R. Reddy,
fox, assisted hv
Miss Margery Conroy will be re
sponsible for decorations
Charles A. Mills, chairman of
the nominating committee wil
offer names of new board mem
bers, and a slate of new officers
will be presented to the 194.
board immediately followi
annual meeting.
"at the
Emanon Dance
At Floridian Hotel
Emanon club of the Miami YM
& WHA are celebrating Chanuka
this week with a ball at the Flor-
idian hotel, Miami Beach. The
dance will begin in the ballroom
tomorrow night at 9 o'clock.
A waltz contest and floor show
have been planned by Mr and
Mrs. Herbert Rubin, dance com-
mittee chairmen. Formal attire
is optional.
Tickets for Saturday's affair
may be purchased at the Y or
at the door the night of the
dance.
mann affair and for the success
of the concert-supper party, goes
to Meyer Weisgal. Dr. Weizmann's
right-hand man ... It was at
that dinner that Moshe Shertok
was rewarded for his excellent
work at the United Nations .
Dr. Weizmann, who is considered
the almost certain choice for the
post of first President of the
Jewish state, singled out Shertok
and paid him a touching tribute,
.hile the assemblage gave him
a tremendous ovation Two
i>ther outstanding affairs that fol-
lowed the decision of the United
Nations on partition were private
parties thrown by Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, ZOA president, and
by the Hadassah.
St. Regis Opens Friday
For Eighteenth Season
The St. Regis Restaurant, 446
Collins ave., opens today, be-
ginning its 18th year in the same
location and under the same
management. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sherry, the owners, state that the
finest in American-Jewish cuisine
will prevail.
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PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN JEWISH AND ORIENTAL
LORE.ADIER WAS ACTIVE IN THE FOUNDING OF THE
JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY IN IB88 AND THE
AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN 1892.
THE LATTER WAS THE FIRST 6R0UP TO ATTEMPT
SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF HISTORY OF JEWS IN AMERICA.
U |908 HE REACHED ONE OF THE MAJOR
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190$. HE SPENT THE NEXT S YEARS
AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE
RENOWN SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE IN
WASHINGTON.
MEANWHILE,HEADING A COMMITTEE
OF SEVEN EDITORS, ADLER WORKED ON
A NEW TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE,
WHICH WAS PUBLISHED IN 1917.
OHl OF THE MOST ARDEHT SUPPORTERS OF THE
JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, ADLER BECAME
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in the Marine Corps, the Marine
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Off:re Building, announced here
today
Previously all Marine enlistees
mt to recruit training unless
Ihey had prior infantry or rifle
training.
The announcement, by Capt.
K. E. Flake, in charge of Marine
recruiting in Florida, called at-
tention to the new hours of the
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to 9:00 p.m. on weekdays and
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tiO.000 families' electric needs-
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10 Local Jewish Schools Join For
City Wide Chanuka Celebration
Children of 10 local Jewish
schools have been invited to par-
ticipate in the city-wide Chanuka
celebration Sunday at the Plaza
Theater at 9:30 a.m. The affair
is sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education and its affili-
ated schools, including: Beth
David, Temple Israel, Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, Workmen's Circle,
and the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter.
A program has been arranged
with participation by children of
seven schools. Featured for the
morning will be a movie, "House
in the Desert," shown for the
first time in Miami and cartoons
through the courtesy of Wometco
theaters. Aso planned are play-
lets, dances, songs, prizes and a
quiz. Louis Heiman, honorary
president of the bureau. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, president of the rab-
binical association of Greater Mi-
ami and Max Meisel, president of
the bureau, will take part in the
program.
Manager of the theater, Edgar
Pierce, and Wometco officials
have cooperated with the bureau
in the undertaking.
Judges for the quiz will be Dr.
M. A. Lipkind, David Isen, Eli
Hurwitz and S. A. Goodman. Can-
tors Samuel Kelemer, Jacob
Goldring. and Maurice Mamches.
will conduct the singing. Mrs.
Leon Ell, member of the bureau
board, is in charge of the arrange-
ments and refreshments commit-
tee. Superintendents of several
schools, Herbert Zuckerman. S.
Grpenberg. H. Ruby and Mrs. E.
Richman. are assisting with the
affair.
Regional Director
To Appear Before
Miami Hadassah
Members and friends oi Great-
er Miami chapter of Hadassah
have been invited to hear Mrs.
Perry Sewell, Southern Regional
Director, at a membership party
in Kaplan hall. Temple Israel,
Thursday. Mrs. Sewell, a member
of the national board of Hadassah
and the national speaker's Bu-
reau, has just completed a tour
of the Southeastern region.
A more intensive drive for
membership has been inaugur-
ated by the national organization
so that complete enrollment will
be forthcoming by January 15.
enabling members to vote in the
World's Zionist Congress elec-
tion.
>AY, DECEMBER l2,
Plant are under way for
Gala New Year's Eve Ball spon-
sored by the Miami Chapter
Number One of the American
Veterans Committee to be held
al the Civic Arena, 35 N.W. 2nd
st. Tickets for the ball are S3
and may be obtained at the
AVC Hall. Civic Arena, or by
calling 2-2422.
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Significance of Chanuka will
be the subject of a discussion
lead by Miss Harriet Dresnick
al a meeting of the Rose Chap
ter, B'nai B'rith women on
Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Louis Kessler, 1061
Euclid ave., Miami Beach.
New Film Demonstrates
Democratic Youth Action
NEW YORK"Make Way for
Youth," a 22 minute sound film
telling how racial and religious
tensions can be overcome via
democratic youth action, had its
premiere here at the Museum of
Modern Art, it was announced by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. The JWB is one of 21 na
tional youth-serving organizations
represented on the Youth Divi-
sion of the National Social Wel-
fare Assembly, producer of the
motion picture. Frank L. Weil,
president of JWB, is chairman
of the Assembly's executive com-
mittee.
Beth David Congregation re-
cently announced thai Emma
Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith,
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women, and the Miami Zionist
District are to participate in the
remaining three Friday eve-
ning services for the Synagogue
during December. j ti
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Roof Garden of the Atlantis
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anniversary meeting of Miami
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afternoon at 1:30 o'clock Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry presiding.
Conclusion of the summer
Book Project, under the chair-
manship of Miss Clare Golden-
berg for the last several months,
will take place. The project is
the major fund-raising work of
the organization for the year.
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PAGE EIGHT vjenisti Hcridii^r Hebrew Academy Offers Chanuka Celebrafion Sunday Afternoon As part of a Chanuka week-end program dedicated to the presentation of the work and progress of the Hebrew Academy, located at Sixth Street, corner Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, a dramatic and musical program will be presented Sunday afternoon. December Nth at 2:00 p.m. at the Hebrew Academy acditorium. The program, which employs the Chanuka motif, will be performed by the children of the first four years of the school, as well as by the children of the kindergarten department of the Academy. This Chanukah presentation will climax a week-end which the Rabbinical Advisory Board of the Hebrew Academy has designated "Hebrew A y Weekend."' Today. December 12th, I entire community of Miami and Miami Beach has been invited to visit the Academy and to ob-j serve the school in its various phases of study, play, and artistic activities. Friday evening and Saturday the various Rabbis of virtually all the Synagogues in the area will deliver sermons and addresses describing the unique work and the progressive program of the Academy. The Hebrew Academy, which is in existence only a few months, already boasts an enrollment of 100 children The boys and girls receive not only a combined and progressive American and Hebrew education, but also activities in mu>:'and the arts. The classes are in session five days B week, from 8:30 to 3:30, with no afternoon or Sunday classes The Acad( my is a community project and caters to children from the Greater Miami Beach and Miami areas. The school has available transportation facilities and providea fleet of buses fol all children to and from the Si ':: %  < '1 FRIDAY, DECEM BER 1 2 194? Chanuka Meeting Launches Program At a special sessi in of the tee of the Greater, i Vaad Hakashruth, munity wide kashruth as tion, and participal : iti Mia J %  %  %  %  F' %  i • n, it was res Ivi I I an intensive program of edui nts and tourists ommunity. C am will be the vai nd coi the G ter Mi'. ,: Hakashruth. The program which ha tion % %  ill include statepiritual leadi the various s luring vices in matters and facts relative to ruth will be pn sented I tin nts In addition, p meat and poulments which are now under the sup' f this nunal kashruth associatioi will %  ted en the bulletin and i prominent nout the city. The munity will be Hi :; in its pur. i to generally conform to the regulations issued by the c,:. ter Miamii Vaad Hakashruth. ;ues affiliated with the G imi Vaad Hakashruth are' Miami Jewish Orthod ix Coi R ibi Murray Graut i; Beth S Ci nter, Rabbi Leon K Beth Tfilah. Rabbi .1 iseph E Rackovsky; Cong. Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi I vin Lehrman. Topps Restaurant Opens Topps restaurant recently re; ned under the original mannl ol I ieorge Greenspan, ilizing in expertly prepared is featuring businessmen's luncheons and parties year, in addition to their ir full c iurse evening dinated at 345 N.E. 2nd a • High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 Helen Traubel, famous soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, will be featured with this week's appearance of the ersity oj Miami symphony orchestra. Third in a si oj concerts g i by the In i I'i'sity. Miss Traubel will be heard at the Miami Sen or High auditorium, Sunday , Roof Garden, cm MoSay '< p.m. %  • t Rabbi Moses Meschelofl j. tn be guest speaker. His tonic •V These, Our Children" For Feature of the afternoon j, Junior Style Show, pr n children of members "nS original designs by R ulh I'"f Originals Toby of Miam,^ Rose and the the Miami Gun Introducing the children will be the children s committee is Mrs Carl Willis. She is assisted£ Mrs. Eugene Weiss. Mrs. Milton Weiss, Mrs. I. Slutzky, Mrs A P. Cannes, and Mrs. Edna Harris' Mrs. Irving Genet will be at the piano. l Mrs. Louis Makovsky, hospitality chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Jack Satin, Mrs. Harry Was serman, Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs Ben Kalish, Mrs. Anne Berow Mrs. David Whitman. Mrs. Eugenia Lilienfeld and Mrs. Harry Zeilinger. Mrs. Martin Genet will lead in community singinGreater Miami Folk Chorui is holding a Chanuka party this evening at 8:30 in Beth David auditorium. 135 N.W. 3rd ire. *=>u> tP|M yi pea Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 To celebrate the Festival of Liglits. the Beth David sisterhood is entertaining members and friends of the congregation at a latke party Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. MICHAEL ROSENBERG The Famous Star Comedian will be the guest star on the Yiddish Classical Hour this Sunday, December 14th Listen to WINZ-940 on your dial for the Yiddish Classical Hour. 12 noon till 1:30 P.M. every Sunday MEN! BUY DIRECT! "Finest Quality Men's Fabrics in the World" Genuine Forstmann Charmain Silk GABARDINE SUITS and SLACKS "Hard to fit sites our specialty" DIRECT FACTORY PRICE Austin II. Ilurke G00 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2 Fenimore Apartments and Hotel 1200 EUCLID AVENUE Wish All Their Friends and Acquaintances SEASON'S GREETINGS CIGARETTES Direct to you! 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rPTHAY. DECEMBER 12, 194?* tJenUihflcrMfofi PAGE ELEVEN Jewish Quiz Box n Why i •' cuftomary for •K. the children to play with a Jjc.Ued the "dreidel" on Chinukah? A During various Jewish perJitions duringthe Middle Ties the tyrants always tried to sl op the Jews from studying the Torah. In those days Jewish Siolarship was earned on by *,niith to mouth" transmission ; d U not through writing. The Talmud, especially, was studied on |v orally, in groups. A decree as then fore issued prohibiting anv assemblage for the purpose 0 ( studying the Torah, under penalty of death. Not discouraged by this malicious decree, the Rabbis cnuBht to camouflage their studies bv giving them the outward apIrancP of play. This as achieved by spinning the "top of chance" which was a common pastime There being no evident signs of writing, the observer would con-> elude only that the group was engaged in play and not in actual study To commemorate this trick, it is still customary to spin "Chanukah tops." It has thus remained a custom to play "games of chance" on QhanUkah, although they are prohibited on all other occasions. Q. What doe* the word "dreidel" ictually mean? A. The top is called a "dreidel" because the word stems from the German word "dreihen" which means to "turn" or to "spin." It is also called "trendel" at times, Q. What do the inscribed letter* on the "dreidel" represent? A. The "dreidel" has four sides which are inscribed with the letters "Nun." "Gimel." "Heh" and "Shin" respectively. As far as the actual game is concerned, they represent the four German words "Niehts," "Gans." "Halb," and "Shtel," which mean "Nothing," "All." 'Half," and "Put" respectively. Thus they indicate each plaver destined gains and losses in the play, depending upon wincu side of the top falls upright. The four letters have si ill another significance. They indicate the first letters of the four words "Nes Gadol Heuch Shorn" which means (in Hebrew) "A great miracle happened there." In this respect the little top is a reminder of the miracle of Chanukah. Q. Why is it customary to eat cheese delicacies*on Chanukah? A. The explanation for tins custom is usually connected with the story of Judith who performed a great deed during the heroic exploits of the Maccabees. Judith, according to the story, fed cheese to the enemy leader in a successPhi Sigma Sigma Alums Welcome Mrs. Blatt Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae club welcome Mrs. Gerson Blatt of I conut Grove, an alumus of the Univemity of Wisconsin, as a new member at its regular meeting tomorrow evening. The group will meet at the home of Miss Helene Hirschthal, 1334 Washington ave Miami Beach. Plans for the annual picnic and ier roast at Matheson Hammock to honor the University of Miami Beta Theta chapter will be discussed. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, president, recently announced the following chairmen for the year: social, Mrs, Hyman Koch; Sphinx reporter, Miss Hirschthal; publicity, Mrs. Jerome Adelman; and housing fund, Mrs. Robert Rosen. All alumnae in the area are invited to attend the meeting. Wanted Information is being sought of I the present whereabouts of Mori ris Lubin on behalf of his wife, Helen, and two minor daughters, residents of Philadelphia, Pa.. who are in need of his financial assistance. Mr. Lubin separated ;from them in August, 1945 and since tnen has neglected to make provision for them, with the result that they are in great need. Morris Lubin, who always worked in the produce line, is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. and was born on April 9, 1909, is 5 ft. 7 in. tall, weighs 130 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, is reported to have gone to Florida. Anyone aware of this man's location is requested to communicate with •he National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St., New York 7. N. Y. ful attempt to make him thirsty and cause him to drink much wine. He then became drunk and she beheaded him and carried off his head in a sack. This act encouraged the defenders and discouraged the enemy who lost in age and fled before the Jews. As a reminder of this brave feat ... serve cheese delicacies on Chanukah. TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES LEONARD HOI I I 54 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH y* GREETINGS PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies "PACCO PRODUCTS" 324 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON George's Garage, Inc. 170 N. E. First Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA FARREY'S, INC. To All a Most Happy Chanuka SAVOY HOTEL 252 N.W. Second Street "Open Year Around" Hardware WHOLESALE — RETAIL 1692 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-4621 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS y Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. i 12 99 N. W. 23rd Streat Miami. Florida A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL TROPICAL METAL CRAFTS, Inc. (Custom Manufacturing) Anything in Stainless Steel From Refrigerators to Tackle Boxes FREE ESTIMATES 1711 N.W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-2259 GREETINGS T Workmen's Circle Youth Named Everglades Chap. Youth Branch 699, Workmen's Circle, has officially changed its name to "Everglades Chapter" and its number to "1000." The group will meet on Monday, December 15, in the Workmen's Circle building, 1545 S.W. 3rd St., at 8 p.m. This will be the first meeting at which the newlyelected officers preside. We Extend Best Wishes For a Happy Chanuka Miami Typesetting Co. F. H. STREIFERT and Associates 2015 N. W. First Avenue Phone 2-5935 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA AOHI.i: II. IAIKKI'II REAL ESTATE 1623 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270 Under the Management oi MR. and MRS. LOUIS KATZ TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA PALM BAKERIES, INC. I. E. BRENNER 5708 N. W. 7th Avenue 1442 S. 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PAGE FOUR Jew 1st ncridfiar? FRIDAY, DECEM BER 1 2 m EDITORIAL RESTMTUTiON The announcement that the U.S. Military Government in Germany decreed a restitution law in the American zone is gratifying although belated news. Common sense and basic concepts of justice dictate that the first act of the liberatos should have been to restore the property that had been stolen by the Hitler regime, at least to the surviving victims. Hitler's Germany brooked no delay in confiscating the property. Certainly there was no reason why those whose property had been taken away and who survived the Nazi holocaust should have been subjected to the pain and agony of waiting. The clue to the delay may be found this time in sources other than the AMG The three German states in the American zone seemed to have had more power in delaying the hand of justice than the victims had in setting it into motion. But a restitution law alone will not be sufficient unless drastic measures are taken to eliminate the red tape generally involved In such procedure. Otherwise the purpose of the law will be defeated. Nor will the law have any meaning unless the property, or the increment from property, to which there are no apparent heirs, is returned to organizations representing the victims so that it might be used to alleviate the plight of those who still look to private relief organizations for subsistence. Such a course woud materially contribute to the problem of maintaining and rehabilitating the Jewish survivors. PARTITION COMMENTS Jewish organizations of varying functions 2nd political orientations and prominent individuals joined during the week in hailing the U.N. establishment of a Jewish State. The American Zionist Emergency Council, speaking for the entire Zionist movement in the U.S., called the Assembly's decision "a milestone in the history of the world." It expressed "deep thanks" to the U.S., the Soviet Union and the other governments who had fought for partition and paid tribute to the "ceaseless efforts" of American Zionists. The Council foresaw difficult days ahead, but voiced confidence that the Jews of Palestine backed by American public opinion could meet all eventualities. Dr. Israel Goldstein, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, said that U.N. action was payment of a "debt due the Jewish people from the world in reparation for the tragic story of persecution and homelessness." He warned, however, that both inter-governmental assistance as well as large-scale giving by American Jews will be necessary to implement fully the decision to set up a Jewish State. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at special services A DREAM COMES THROUGH last week stated "There is great rejoicing all over the world. Never in the past two thousand years have so many Jews in so many countries raised their hearts to God and their eyes to the nations of the world in unbounded gratitude. After almost two thousand years of exile there is again a Jewish commonwealth. In the concentration camps of Europe the formerly hopeless Jewish D.P.s find new life. They now count the hours which separate them from a land of security and permanent domicile. In the streets of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and the other cities and towns of the Holy Land, Jews sing with new courage and dance with greater fervor. The dream for which they have been giving their all has become a great reality.. Palestine—at least a part of it— has become the Jewish homeland. In our own country, five million Jews rejoice. The only solution to the plight of the hundreds of thousands of fellcw Jews in Europe has been found. The vision and the persistance of all Zionists has become an existing entity. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky issued a statement saying "Until now the nations of the world, alone, were morally responsible for the misfortunes of our afflicted and unfortunate co-religionists. Now that immigration into Palestine will be permitted and the re-organization of a Jewish homeland is On the order of the day, we, too, have the responsib lity to see to it that our DPs shall have the opportunity to begin a new life f 0r the selves, and at the same time for our Jewish nati !" in Eretz Yisroel." Justice Meir Steinbrink. national chairrn of the Anti-Defamation League, said establish" ment of a Jewish State "means life and dicmit for thousands of our fellow Jews who have faced only death and degradation." He added that b normalizing the lives of DP's and disinherited Jews, the new state will help to eliminate antagonism between Jews and non-Jews in many pans of the world and deprive anti-Semites in this country of fuel to feed the fires of anti-Semitism. The American Jewish Committee, through Judge Joseph Proskauer, welcomed the Assembly action and hailed the contributions of the US delegation. It reiterated, however, the Committee's pos.tion that "there can be no political identification of Jews outside of Palestine with whatever government may there be constituted." Hadassah hailed the U.N. move as "a decision which will end Jewish homelessness." Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, president of the organization, said that Hadassah's institutions in Palestine would continue to serve both Jews and Arabs alike as they have been doing. The National Council of Jewish Women, in a statement issued by Mrs. Joseph Welt, president, said that the General Assembly "has taken a long step which will help solve a problem that has caused injustice and hardship to thousands of Jews in DP camps and Palestine." She termed the U.N. action "a necessary part of any program that will enable the Jews of the world to rebuld their lives in freedom and security," but pointed out that "it is not a complete and permanent answer to all the problems which world Jewry faces today." Pabb' M^ir Berlin, renowned Jewish TVITT. president of the World Mizrachi Organization and a member of the Board of Governors oi the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael in Jerusalem, who arrived last week from Palestine, made the followinq statement: "As a leader of Mizrachi, the religious wing of the World Zionist Organization, I am indeed very happy to be able, after setting foot on the soil of this great and free republic, to give expression to our sense of gratitude over the historic decision reached last Saturday by the General Assembly of the United Nations. We are deeply convinced that the decision of the United Nations is Divinely inspired. We offer our humble thanks to the Almighty for this act of justice which the nations have at long last promulgated, and we cherish the unshakeable hope that this act is the beginning of full redemption for the Jewish nation in the spirit of the Biblical prophecies. Myers Author Of Imoal J Formula Stanley C. Myers, national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was the author of the goal-setting formula which will be introduced at the UJA Conference. Under the Myers plan, adopted unanimously by the executive committee of the UJA in New York last week-end, a "Preparatory Sub-Committee" will be named to sub_. mit recommendations to the UJA Conference for I action on the 1948 goal. Mr. Myers proposed that the Jewish communities of America designate 100 nominees for representatives on the Preparatory Sub-Committee, which would have a total membership of approximately 130. The formula submitted by Mr. Myers and adopted by the UJA executive committee provides that 10 of the 100 shall come from New York City; two each from the eleven next largest cities; and one each from a group of 52 communities based on population categories. In addition each of the eight regions of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds will be entitled to two representatives named by each region to represent communities of less than 5,000 Jewish population. The presentation of this formula, which is expected to be adopted without opposition by the UJA Conference delegates, will be made by a committee on committees, consisting of seven members elected last week by the UJA executive committee. On this committee are Mr. Myers, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., William Rosenwald, Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, Rabbi Israel Goldstein, William J. Shroder and Harold J. Goldenberg. UJA Conference In Atlantic City (Continued From Page 1) cussed today and tomorrow evening and to make recommen lations which will be submitted to he whole assembly Sunday morning. Jacob Slier is Greater Miami's representative on this body. Tomorrow's session v> ill I i at 0:30 p.m. with a dinner. .The program following will be devoted to a presentation of the horizons for Jewish reconstruction. Following opening r< marks by William Rosenwald. nat co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the UJA will take the gavel. Speakers foi the Saturday night m will include General John H. llilldnng, United Slat! presentative to the United Nations: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz; Moshe Shertok, head of the Political Department, Jewish Agency for Palestine; Hon. James G. Fulton, member of Congress from Pennsylvania and chairman ,,l the House Foreign Affairs Special Sub-Committee on the International Refugee Organization and the International Trade Organization: Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, chief of United States Air Material Command and former commander in chief, United States Forces of Occupation in Germany; and Dr. .Chain) Weizmann. Sunday will be given over to a discussion by the delegates of the recommendations made by the Preparatory Sub-Committee Harold J Goldenberg, vice-preside nt. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will preside at this session, following opening remarks by Rabbi Israel Goldstein, national co-chairman of the UJA. Representing the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the conference will be: Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Sam Blank, Irving Frankel, E. Max Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman. Dr. Erna Klass, Morris Klass, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sam Lachman, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Joseph Lipton. Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev C. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Joseph Pollack, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher, Jacob Sher, Mr. and Mrs Monte Selig, Mr. and Mrs. Wm I> Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein. Miami Beach Mizrachi women will hold their regular •Meeting Saturday night, M Frieda Kalstein, newly fleeted president, pres d ng. Mrs. Joseph Brenner, charlady '" charge of overseas relief, w" report OH the 1200 pounds oj clothing, food and medief* gathered for shipment to "" Belgian Children's camp adopted by Mizrachi women. vJmlsti fkiidian Published every f^J^ff^t oy The Jewish F'oridian 1 Sixth Street. Miam. !" !" % 4, tered a* lecond-c *****% M ,imi, 1930. at the Post Office" ,„,, Fla.. under the Act of Mar ^ The Jewith F orid.an ha. • jlh Mi. Jewi.h Un.ty and tM „. Weekly. Member of the Jew • f graphic Agency. Seven Art. Syndicate. Worldwide N'w.'^, National Editorial AMoelat o J<-||K can Aaaociation of t"g ||jn Newipaper.. 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^AY DECEMBER 12, 1947 | IVES OF OUR TIMES **istfk,Mici r PAGE FIFTEEN £L CYRUS .ADLER §. ,940, WORLD JtWRY ^0UMfTHEW$$IN6OFT MAMWHOWASCAUEP'THl yS SPOKESMAN OF AMWICftM JIWS".< k. NORMAN .nd SOI NODfl •.. % RHODA B SIMON ROM IN ARKANSAS IN l6J,ADUR RECEIVED HIS I.A. AND M.A.DE6REES FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.AND HIS Ph.D. fROM JOHHS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY AT THE AGE OF M ', FIVE YEARS LATER, HE WAS SUMMONED TO THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR TO BECOME SPECIAL COMMISSIONER TO THE ORIENT. BECOMING WIDELY KNOWN, ADLER REPRESENTED THE U.S. AT THE LONDON CONFERENCE ON INTERHATIWUl CATALOGUE OF SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN JEWISH AND ORIENTAL LORE.ADIER WAS ACTIVE IN THE FOUNDING OF THE JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY IN IB88 AND THE AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN 1892. THE LATTER WAS THE FIRST 6R0UP TO ATTEMPT SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF HISTORY OF JEWS IN AMERICA. U |908 HE REACHED ONE OF THE MAJOR MILESTONES OF HIS CAREER WHEN HE WAS APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF THE NEWLY-FORMED DROPSIE COLLEGE FOR HEBREW AND COGNATE UARNING IN PHILADELPHIA.HE HELD THIS POST UNTIL HIS DEATH. IIU, ,,„., THE FOLLOWING YEAR.HE EDITED THE FIRST AMERICAN JEWISH YEARBOOK AND CONTINUED ITS PUBLICATION UNTIL 190$. HE SPENT THE NEXT S YEARS AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE RENOWN SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE IN WASHINGTON. MEANWHILE,HEADING A COMMITTEE OF SEVEN EDITORS, ADLER WORKED ON A NEW TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED IN 1917. OHl OF THE MOST ARDEHT SUPPORTERS OF THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, ADLER BECAME ITS PRESIDENT IN 1924.FIVE YEARS LATER, SUCCEEDING LOUIS MARSHALL AS HEAO OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE.HE WAS VALIANT IN DEFENDING THE RI6HTS OF JEWS EVERYWHERE 1 1 ..'-•..-"Jifcjn IN 1928, DR. ADLER PUBLISHED AN INTERESTING BlOGRAfHY OF JACOB SCHIFF. DURJN6 THE MIDDLE 50s, HE WORKED UNCEASINGLY TO HAVE THE U.S. STOP THE HITLER ATROCITIES.JUST BEFORE PEARL HARBOR,PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ASKED HIM TO JOIN A VMAN BOARD OF RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP TO FIGHT FOR ?f ZCF IN A SENSE TNI' WAS THE CLIMAI OF HIS CAREER, AND H c DEVOTED ALL HIS TIME TO THE PROJECT UNTIL HIS DEATH IN t40,AT THE AGE OF .'. THIS WAS THE 6REAT CIVIC LEADER, EDUCATOR,AUTHOR,PHILOSOPHER AND HUMAHITAFUAH-* ?0"'CMI IMl e> JEWISH TIiI&i^PHiC AGIhCT '! Marine Corps Announce Training Regulations JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Men who have served as much as one year in the Army, Navy or Coast Guard will not be required to undergo recruit training at Parris bland. S. C, when they enlist in the Marine Corps, the Marine R*-ruiting Office, room 252, Post Off:re Building, announced here today Previously all Marine enlistees mt to recruit training unless Ihey had prior infantry or rifle training. The announcement, by Capt. K. E. Flake, in charge of Marine recruiting in Florida, called attention to the new hours of the Marine office lure: from 8:00 a.m.. to 9:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays Enlistee.-, for whom recruit training is waived will be transferred to the Marine Barracks, Quantico. V.i. f ( r duty, or for further assignment. A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL DR. and MRS. EUGENE WEISS To ALL ... A HAPPY CHANUKA H>ii & Jackie Tots to Teens 8< 3 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7841 MIAMI BEACH Florida rower Push*'* I I furls O II Construction Despite efforts to push its $85,000,000 construction proi Florida Power & Light Company is sounding ;i note of warning that a serious power shortage may develop during cold spells if residents attempt to heat their homes with electricity. Principal cause of a tight squeeze on the power BUPPly is failure of manufacturers to deliver generating equipment on promised schedule Two new plants have been completed in the company's postwar construction program, one at Sarasota and one at Riviera. However, the installation of 62.000 kilowatts of new generators — enough to take care of more than tiO.000 families' electric needsis being delayed by failure oi manufacturers to deliver the equipment. These new genei being installed at the company's Miami and Sanford plants, were both to have been in operation by December 1. Their completion will mark the tripling of the company's plant capacity since 1939. an increase from 156.000 kilowatts to 344.000 kilowatts "Packing House of Citrus Fruits" Bonded Shippers — Whole Distributors BISCAYNE FRUIT & VEGETABLE CO. GIFT BOXES—SHIPPED TO ALL PARTS U.S. AND CANADA 316 West Flagler St. Ph. 2-9671 Miami, Fla. A Most Happy Chanuka to All Jewry Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. 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MDAY. DECE MgRJg^^ November 30 Ceremony in Blackstone Gardens Unites Miss Judith Weiss, Dr. Elliot Cohen /\n early afternoon ceremony • the gardens of the Blackstone Lei. Sunday, November 30, ted Miss Judith Irene Weiss ZJeHlstirhrWhn PAGE FIVE uni and Dr. Cohen is the Eugene J. Weiss of 1650 St.; he is the son of Elliot Carl Cohen. Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.W. lst Dr and Mrs. Harry Cohen of MiBeach and New York. Rabbi Grauer officiated. ami Murray The bride, given in marriage chose her sister, maid of by her parents, Miss Rita Weiss, as honor, and the bridegroom's BisM :S Marvin Landwehr of New York City, matron of honor. She was also attended by Miss Kathleen Poser of Richmond, Va„ bridesmaid, and bridesmatrons, Mrs. Jack Kamenoff, Orlando, Fla... and Mrs. Howard Schim, Fort Mey< a Marvin Landwehr served as best man for his brother-in-law. Ushers included Arthur Saltztein of Milwaukee, Howard Schim, Martin Schim <>f Miami Beach, and Leonard Caplin and Jack Zillin. b th of Miami. A reception for 400 guests in the garden followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included Fred F. Weiss, New York Qty; Mrs Ida Shapiro, Miss Bess Wolfson and Charles Wolfson, of Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wolfberg, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kreizvogel, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linkofsky, Brooklyn. A grad late of Miami Senior High scho 'I. the former Miss Weiss : the University of Miami. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Dramatic Art fr Sehool of Education at New York University. D; Cohen was graduated from Yale (Jnivi ity and L. I. College of Medic ne He is now a resident physician at the Cumberland hospital in !> %  ooklyn. Following their honeymoon at the Hit,! Nacional, Havana, Cuba, and the Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach, the couple will proceed to iklyn where they are to reside. Our Headline AH copy on events intended •or publication must be in the Jewish Floridian office not later than Tuesday evening of the week of publication. All material received after that time will receive secondary attention with publication doubtful. This deadline will be strictly enforced. Mrs. Elliot Cohen Miss Joy Fine Announces Engagement Troth of two University students. Miss Joy Fine and Morton Pried, was told this week by he. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine, S.W. 18th ave. Fried is th. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fried. St. Albans, L. I. .M s Fine is a sophomore majoring in interior decorating. Her finance attended the Unity for two years before serving in the Army Air Forces for and one-half years. He receives his bachelor's degree in June, alter which he plans to study law. No date has been set for the wedding. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED KREE METHOD Consultation Free Appointment Call PHONE 48-6071 Violette Todd Becomes Bride of Arthur Kahn In Miami Beach Ceremony Miss Violette Todd of Forest Hills, Long Island, became Mrs. Arthur M. Kahn. November 30. before the immediate families of the couple in the El Morocco Villas, Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitnian united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd of Forest Hills, and the son ol Mr and Mrs. Albert L Kahn. Miami Beach. Miss Sonia Todd served as maid of honor for her sister. Burton S. Kahn. cousin of the groum, was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was held at the ftoney Plaza hotel. A graduate of Hunter College, the bride is a member of Alpha (fipsilon Phi sorority. During the .var siie was active in Red i work. Mr. Kahn, an associate of Kahn and Alpert. Inc., attended schools in Miami Beacn and graduated from the Univi of Florida where he was president of Tau Epsilon Phi. H> uncharged us a major Iron. army after having served four and a half years. Presently, he i.s a member of the Junior Chambei of Commerce, Civic league and Miami Insurance b Out-of-town guests at the ceremony besides the parents oJ the bride included her uncK Albert Gildred, who came from Mexico for the wedding and left immediately for his honu in Lima, Peru; and Mrs. Rita Gellis, the bride's aunt, from New S The couple will reside at Lenox ave., Miami Beach. Personally Speaking Mrs. Nat L. Williams will leave shortly for a ten day trip to Alabama. She has been requested by the National Committee on Section Service to visit National Council of Women's Sections in Birmingham and Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gutstein of 3010 S.W. 19th Terrace, are having Attorney and Mrs. Oscar Nudelman of Chicago as their house guests for a few weeks. David Mark was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Epstein in the Jackson Memorial hospital last Friday morning. Attorney and Mrs. Epstefn live at 1751 Washington ave., Miami Beach.. A dinner party in honor of Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Fishbein was held Saturday evening, Dec. 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk. 4312 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. Dr.. Fishbein has resumed practice at 420 Lincoln rd., after five years in military service in the United States, and the African-European Theaters of Operations. Following his discharge he furthered his graduate study in psychiatry at the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and the Institute of Living (Neuropsychiatric Institute of the Hartford Retreat) in Hartford, Conn. of Charleston, S. C, is visiting her Irwin Gordon, 720 S.W. 24th rd. for Miss Helen Zalkin cousins, Mr. and Mrs. several weeks. A daughter, Elaine Richman, was born to Mr. .and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz of 2154 S.W. 22nd st. at the Victoria hospital December 3. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman of Belle Harbor, L. I., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies of Miami. Mr. Newman is a brother of Mrs. Margulies. Mrs. Sam B. Miller is spending two weeks in Waterbury, Conn., on a combined business and pleasure trip. She had just recently returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Greenberg, in Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Leviten of 2151 S.W. 21st st., announce the birth of a daughter, Sara Bess, in the Coral Gables hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are leaving tomorrow for Hot Springs, Ark. Upon their return they will stop in St. Louis.for a combined business and pleasure trip, arriving home Jan. 12. Mrs, Arthur Kahn Mrs. Goldstein Speaker Miami Beach Business and Professional Women of Hadassah will hold their next meeting Monday evening at 8:30 P.M., at the Balfour Hotel. 350 Ocean Drive. The organization will celebrate For Beach B. & P. Women Chanuka with an appropriate program. Guest speaker of the evening will be Mrs, Benj. Goldstein. 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V PAGE TWELVE +Je*lstfk>rM**n FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1 2 Ladies League Holds Dessert Luncheon A dessert luncheon and entertainment is scheduled for December 18th at 1:30 p.m.. to be held at the Tides Hotel. Ocean Drive, by the Ladies League of the Hebrew Academy. The event will signal the campaign in behalf of the Ladies League. Outstanding entertainment and a social and cultural program have been arranged for the afternoon event. Admission to the affair will be free to all paid-up members. A record attendance is expected. The Ladies League of the He1 rew Academy is an affiliated organization of the Academy and helps in adopting measures and raising funds for the support and maintenance of the Academy To date, the Ladies League has conducted a Book Shower as well as a Kitchen Shower, which helped to provide a library, as well as equipment for the dining room and kitchen of the Academy. The Hebrew Academy is a unique institution in the Southeastern region of the United • ites. It is the only all-day school which oilers to the children of the greater Miami and Mini Beach communities an educational program combining a progressive American education ..'l conjunction With Hebrew '.raining. Among those on the committee for the Membership Dessert Lunchc.n affair are: Co-chairre Goldberg and Mrs. A. C. Osheroff, Mrs. Sam Grundwerg, Mrs. Berth,. MakovMrs. David s. Andron, Mrs .. iseph Rackovsky, Mrs. Jack Burns Mrs. Harrj Genet, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. S. Schlessinger. Mrs. Morris Silverberg. Mrs S. Miller, Mrs. Mitchel Reiner. SAY EM BLEM MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street Book Month Agenda Follows Meeting of David Sisterhood A program in keeping with th* observance of Jewish Booh Month has been prepared by Mrs. Alex Stiebel to follow ; short business session of Beth David Sisterhood this Wednesday The meeting is scheduled for ) p.m. in the synagogue, according to Mrs. Norman Jacobs, president Mrs. Joel Belov is to reviev the life of Hannah Solomon founder of the National Council of Jewish Women, based on thi book. "Fabric of My Life." Mrs Minna Mell will relate Jcwi.-i anecdotes from the recently published book, "Royte Pomerantzen.' Musical selections will be rendered by Mrs Harold Cohen and Mrs. Joe Shaeffer. Membership Chairman Mrs SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee—And None Better NEW ELITE RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI Bernard Sterling has requested that all who have joined th group since June, 1947. be present to be officially installed by Mrs. William Danziger. Sisterhood executive officers will serve as hostesses at the social hour in the auditorium. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL RED TOP CAB CO. 44 S. W. 3rd Street Phone 3-3131 SEASON'S GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA NELLIE E. BRENNAN REAL ESTATE 404 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-1953 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. Anchor Brand Products Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS Beit Wishes to Our M Friends and SO*** KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS 106 N. Miami Avenu, 261 E. Flagler Sire., Miami GREETINGS I ( i T DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N.E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 T GREETINGS MORRIS KALER SAM KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 TO ALL BEST WISHES DAN CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building Red Road Liquor Store Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL l" T It. II. Sliaddirk REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 GREETINGS HI %  I l T N Bf AND WILSO X 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES AHI1 Sign Co. 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 SEASONS GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA THE I iiilm.in Corp. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL BISCAY N E LAIISDR Y %  P ut Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems In Our Hands" 231 11th Street Miami Beach GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends HI S. II. KRESS & CO, 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Ml T O ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA llrad-Mar IScauty Shoppc "Beauty In All Its Branches" 4190 S. W. 8th Si. Miami. Honda GREETINGS ii! "fr Your Host WELCOMES YOU } TO THE NATIONAL Hotel BEACH Round ot IT* St. DININ' ROOM cociiiii i illy fHIVATr Bf ACM DOOl i AI.ANAS _^_ TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Joseph II. Clayton REGISTERED BROKER Real Estate Sales Rentals 7501 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3465 EAST COAST FISHERIES Phone 3 5514 360 W. Flagler at Bridge Ample Parking See Our Appetizing Display SALT MACKEREL. YELLOWTAIL. TROUT. POMPANO. RED SNAPPER. MACKEREL — We Grind Fish Free — TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1055 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach li'JfllVJI! SEASON'S GREETINGS IVoiiH'n's Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429



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PAGE TWO >Jewlsttk>rldlari FRIDAY, DECE MBER 1 2 m V H I Greater Miami Zionist Groups Hail Partition With Local Celebration A "aimcha" in celebration of the recent U.N. decision in favor of Palestine partition is being held for the Zionist groups of Greater Miami in the Beth David Synagogue December 16 at 8 p.m. Musical program in the auditorium will feature Hebrew songs by Cantor Maurice Mamchcs with audience participation and several selections by the Jewish Folk chorus. Master of ceremonies. Burnett Roth, will explain the particulars of the partition plan creating the Jewish state, Other speakers include Harold G. Shapiro. Miss Doris Albin of Junior Hadassah. and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Murray Grauer will give the invocation and Dr. Jacob Kaplan the benediction. Representatives to be presented during the evening include Mrs. Joseph Carp of Miami Hadassah. Mrs. Hyman Sootin of Kadimah Pioneer Women. Mrs. Lena Pushkin of Pioneer Women Club No. 1. and Ethel Weinstein, Business & Professional Women of Hadassah. Mrs. I) Marcus is in charge of refreshments Mayor Liberman IbV.'iHi Chairman March of lllmoo Mayor Marcie Liberman has been named chairman of the 1948 Miami Beach March of Dimes campaign. Appointment was made at the organizational Bartlett and Robertson, Piano Duo Opens Community Concert Series Gables Jewish Center New Year's Party Limited Second annual New Year's eve jamboree of the Coral Gables Jewish Center is being held this year at the Coral Gables Women's club. Because of the limitation to 75 couples for the evening. members contemplating attendance are urged by co-chairmen Mrs. A. Edgar Miller and Sidney L. Lewis to send in their reservations early. Catered buffet dinner, "setups" for drinks and music for dancing is being provided attendants for S12.50 a couple. Information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Joseph Rogers at 48-1493. [ Hebrew Schools Meet to Determine Standards Representatives of Greater Miami Congregations which conduct Hebrew schools will gather at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education Tuesday evening to set a code of standards for Hebrew teachers. The 8 p.m. meeting has been called to establish qualifications and salaries for future reference and to create a board of licenses to qualify teachers of the area, Rabbi Leon Kronish has been appointed chairman of the program. Teachers of the various schools will also be represented. Bartlett and Robertson .internationally famed pianists, will bring a varied program of music ai ranged for two pianos for the opening recital of the Community Concert series. December 16. Sponsored by the Miami Beach YM & WHA, the concert will be held in the Miami Beach high sch<;>l auditorium, beginning at 8:30 pin. Selections of the Robertsons include the Suite "Scaramouche" by Darius Milhand and a fugue by Bach, as well as more popular compositions such as Chopin's Rondo, the Scherzo from Mendlcssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream, and Lizt's second Hungarian Rhapsody. The series which sponsors Fth Bartlett and Rae Ro*^ Tuesday, also features Alt! Sp.ld.ng, violinist, in j anu *' Ruth Draper, dram a ic „,,!"£ February; Menahem fSJ? directed to Mrs. Leo H^ DR. HARRY GREEN Announces The Removal Of His Office To 2515 S. W. 17TH AVE PHONE 48-3981 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 1420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 Kletter. Feder Sisters In Local Presentation A "Sing and Laugh" program at the Miami Beach High school December 21 will star Max Kletter. well-known operetta Star Appearing with him are the Feder Sisters, famous as the "Singing Buds." Tickets may now be purchased at the London Arms hotel. 727 Collins a\e Miami Beach, or Washington Radio store. 657 Washington ave. A nnoun vinti COLLEGE OF II \\ IMI Ml IHIS Sponsored By Bureau oi Jewish Education — Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. Miami Synagogues Variety oi Courses Qualified Instructors Monday Evenings 8 10:30 P. M. Registration Monday, December 8th. 7:45 P. M. Information 3-5489 or 3-5858 The Only Community Wide Kashruih Association I III: 4.121: A I 'EH MIAMI YAAII M AKASHR1 III This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following congregations and rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi living Lehrman The Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Ralbi Murray Grauer. Miami Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Miami Beach Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miami B> Miami Beach Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. Malter's Live Poultry Market. 436 Collins Ave. S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave. Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only), 515 Collins Ave. Bei man's Live Poultry. 87 Washington Ave. Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St. Miami Northwest Section Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 15!) N. W. 5th St Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5th St. National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W, 5th St. National Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. 5th St. Miami Southwest Section Quality Kosher Food Market. 1961 S. W. 8th St. B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Cashvan & Venesky Live Poultry, 2011 S. W. 8th St. Coral Way Section Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way "LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGN! IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE FOR KASHRUTH" For information regarding kashruih, call our Director Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439. Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are: Harry Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear, vice-president; H. Sootin, Secretary; S. Lobel. treasurer. Marcie Liberman meiting of the campaign com• Mice al tlie Lord Tarleton hotel Saturday. Goal of the drive for funds to figh' infantile paralysis was set at $125,000. The campaign will open January 5 for about 30 days. Councilman Herbert Fiink is to ne co-chairman and Paul Bruun publicity chairman to assist Lib;rman. Circuit Judge George Edward Holt is state chairman for the drive. Removal Notice Harry and Sam Simonhoff have innouncod the removal of then law offices to 5925 North' Bayshore Drive, Miami. The firm of Simonhoff & Simonhoff was formerly located in the Congress building. ^^ Try this tempting treat I HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING All the high-quality HorowitzMargareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old home-stvie Jewish way. 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f0K t l DECEMBER 12, 1947 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM TemP le Israel. 137 N.E. 19lh st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. "|Eb H.Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sa bbath eve services Friday n it 815 Pm -> Chanuka ^vi'ce dedicated to new mem£' Sunday school 10 a.m. .ill ^Temple 1 Emanu-El. 1801 S. AnJwT ave.. Fort Lauderd.le. Babbi David Raab. fndav evening services at 8 om Ra ul H;,ub wil1 P reach on ihesubji''-' Ancient and Modern Interpretation of Dreams." The Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Babbi Max Kaufman. Fridav evening services at 8:15 „m Rabbi Kaufman will speak on the subject "The Feast of Lights" Mr. and Mrs. H. Hymason will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat that follows. Saturday morning services 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs Max Hankin will be hosts after the service. Sunday morning at 11 %  •clock the religious school will hold a Chanuka celebration for tiie children. A play is scheduled directed by Mrs. Etta Lavine and Mrs. Diane Kaufman. A party luncheon and exchange Of gifts full ".V. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington ave., Miami Bwch. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Feder. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Friday night forum at 8:30 p.m. R.ibi' %  Mescheloff will lecture on the theme "Hollywood Solves A Problem." Early sabbath services at tiiiO a.m. Regular Sabbath servi it 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject "The End of the Beginning." Intermediate services for teen age youth at 9 a.m. under supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation for children of elementary school age a: 10 a.m. under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both groups by a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalus Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 till noon. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Jojeph E. Rackovsky. Mincha Friday at 5:15 p.m Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will R0S c m P Jete u % 3-4848 Brjpig COMPLCtl PISI C1N1KHI. speak on "The Symbol of the Small Lights." Class on the biblical Portion of the W.-,-k at 3 pn conducted by Rabbi Jacob I, Andron. Mincha at 4 p.m followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Sedra of the Week. Maariv at 6 p m Daily morning services at 7:1)0 followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha at 5:15 followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs Maariv at I p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening service at 5 pm. Saturday morning at 9 a.m Rabbi April will speak on the subject "Rededicate Your Temple." Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Hebrew and Sundaj school children will report to the Talmud Torah at 9 a.m. Sunday from where they will proceed t< the unified Chanuka service in the Beach Plaza Theater. Daily Hebrew school 3:15 to 6:15 p.m Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17lh ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening sei vices at 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening forum dedicated to the cause free, dom as reflected in the Fr< train. Forum commences at 8:30 p.m. Saturday services at 8:30 a.m. dedicated to the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Kindling a New Light In Zion." Junior service at 10:30 a.m. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Children oi the religious school will meet Sunday at 9 a.m. to attend the community-wide Chanuka celebration. Daily religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "A Recurring Problem—Religion in the Schools." (Brought about by the recent protest to the ban of cai Is in Brooklyn schools.! Services dedicated to Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai BVith Women. President Mrs. Norman Giller and representatives will conduct the response. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wi issel will be hosts at the reception in the auditoriium immediately following services, in memory of Mrs. Weissel's mother. Mrs. S. M. Goodman. Floral offering has been made in Mrs. Goodman's memory. Buses for transportation of children of the Hebrew and Sunday schools will leave the congregation at 9 a m Miami Beach Jewish Community. 1415 Euclid avo.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Late Fi iday evening service at 8:15 p.m. In the absence of Rabbi Lehrman. Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will speak on "H Will the World Rededicate the Holy Land." Saturdaj morning service at 9 a.m. Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israi preach on "Maccabbean Victory In Our Day." Bar Mitzvah of ^Jewistfhridlilann i Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har'•y Berber. Junior Congregation ''1" a.m. AZA-BBG Youth Service breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for boys and girls over 13. Guest spoaker will be Allied Stone, chairman of the construction committee of the Center building will S po ak on 'th In Our New Center." nuka celebration for religious 1 children at 9:30 a.m. at Theater. Hebrew Kehgious School Mondav through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Prekindergarten school Monday through Friday mornings. 9 a.m till 12 noon LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1 1 iy evening service at 8:15 'in. Rabbi Kronish will speak in "Members, Maccabbees and the Third Jewish Commonth." Chanuka Sabbath dedicated to the 70 new members oining the congregation this year. Oneg Shabbat follows the ice Sabbath Service at 10:45 i.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. hildren from the ages of 4'to 14'^. High school of Jewish Studies. Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m, fir young people 15 years 1 age and over. Hebrew classes, alternate weekday afternoons, and girls ages 7 l j to 13. Nursery school, daily morning ind afternoon sessions, children from 2' % %  to 5. PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, ixi „.,,.. No. 20160 V, MATTER of the Guardiannt|> of: BL'SIE MATHTS. A Mental Incompetent. Notice of Application to Sell — Property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ETHEL R1DGWAY as Guardian of SISII: MATHIS, has "led In tinCounty Judge's Court, in and r.ir naih, County, Florida, a Felltlon for Authority to receive, manage, control, dispose of. remove and KSII at private Bale, for the purpose of sa ill removal, the following real • sine ana personal property of susil. MATHIS, in Dade County, FlorIda, in v. |i Lot FVteen (16), Block Seven I %  ) of l..\\\ KI-.M i-. USTATHl LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, a s Ilvlslon In Uade County, Florida, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Hook ,u Page 40 of Hi.I'uhlliRecord! of Dade County. Florida,; also The Furniture and FurnishInge and Household Kquipini-iu contained In the Dwell.n J Houses located on the said real estate hereinabove descrlli, (I. Votlce is given that the undersigned, as such Guardian, intends to apply to the Honorable w. P, uianton. County Judge, at his office In the Courthouse, in Miami, liadc County, Florida, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M., on the 5th day of January. 1948, for authority to sell the propel ty hereinabove described, at private sale, for the purposes aforesaid, anil that said 1'etltlon shall be pre-III. ,1 to the said Judge at same time and place THIS 26th day of .November, A. D., 1947, ETHKI, RIDGWAY. as Guardian Of SUSIE MATHIS WA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Petitioner. II 28. 12/5-12-19, LEGAL NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, | IN A.\|) FOR DADE tULMt, 1 NO, vs. Uel-'l.i IRIDA, — IN CHANCERY MANUEL DKALUCK, I'laliitlff, HELEN MARIE ORALI CK, fendant, I • i Mrs Helen Marie Draluck B iff i • %  New Stl I -i Ulasboro, New Jersey YtH ARE HEREBY III : %  jl 1IM -I • to file an Appei i I he above uia tlon -. or befoi i J nuarj ft, 1918, othi Decree Pro O will be entered agalnsl you In accordanci with the laws of the State oi DATED this l"th das of December, A. D I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk oi the Circuit Court. iiii .in t Seal) llj M C. GREEN, Deputy Cleric, ALFRED KRE1SLER Attornex for Plaintiff IU09 Pan American Bank Ruthimg Miami, I %  I : %  12-19-26 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In : he 111 tltloua Maunoi WII.'KS DRKilNAL SAMPLE SHOP .a I'll North Miami Avenue, Miami, : said name the Clerk of tne Circuit Court ..: j) i, County, Florida. ED I'll K WlLCK I'etltloni r, MYERS, HEIMAN S KAPLAN neya foi Petitioner IS 12-19-26 1 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, di siring to engage in ,, .,.,,,-. under the fletltloui name oi MONDRESS AND COMPANY at 908 Langford Building, Miami. Fl'.riaa, : i reglater said name with the ,• thi Circuit Court of Dade iy, Florida, DOROTHY MONDRESS JOSEPH K. MONDRESS U 12-19-26 l 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ,,;. .. i desiring to engage r the flctltloua name ,-u K.I.NU HOI si, a. of Hlaleah, Florida, Intends to lei said name With the Clerk of I Couri of Uade County, Kl '"' 1 1 '' JOSEPH BRBOMAN. LJjSO SHBINER, Building Florida for Applli ant i IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 18887 Re: Estate of ABIC OREL. i leceaaen Notice of Intention to Make Application for Final Discharge NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix Cum Testanu-nto Annexo of the .state of AUK OREL, ucccased; and that on the 19th day of December, 1947, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval 1 final report and for final discharge as Administratrix, CTA, OI the Estate of Abe Orel, il.-ceased. This 1Mb day of November, 1947. ANNE OREL. itRKSLOW ,v OKI.P., American Hank Bldg., Miami, Fla., Attorneys for Administrate CTA. 11/21-28. 12/5-12, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage HI business under the fictitious name I ROXY HUTEL, at 2632 North Ml,iii. Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK KAUFMAN. Applicant. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 11/21-28. 12/5-12-19. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of .MICHIGAN BAR at Dade county, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clork of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN S1EMASZ. ANNA S1E.MASZ. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. .: _i 18. 12/0-12-19. IDEAL FdrTTHTSMALL KITCHEN or APARTMENT THE DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANliK Complete cooking service in a small space. Four burners —full sized heat controlled oven — storage. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PEOPLES ^NlfS 1 colHPANY Mi -mi Beach Hollywood Fcrt Lauderdale NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busin.-ss under the fictitious name ,r i 'I. CH SAVOY at number f.:tr. N. W. Third Avenue In the City of Miami, Florida, intenda to register aald iiain.' with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. .. '•' SAVOY CAFB, INC. Aronowltz, Welnkle A Aronowitz, Attorneys for Applicant, 12 5-12-19-26 1/2 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 16283 R*: Estate of JOAN CI-YRK FIAMVKKS, Deceased. Notice of Intention to Make Application For Final Discharge NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and peti tlon for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of JOAN CLARK FLOWERS, deceased: and that on the 211th day of December, 1947, 1 will apply to the Honorable W. F. Uianton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ad ministrator of the Estate of JOA.N CLARK FI/JWERS, deceased. Tins 18th day of November, 1947. C D. VAN UHSIJliL MAX R. SU-VER, Attorney for Administrator. 11/21-28. 12/5-12. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FI/>RIDA FURNITURE COMPANY, INC., at IS1 N. E. 10th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr, u,i c,,urt of Hade County. Florida. AMERICAN DISTK^rJTJN^ 11/28. 12/5-12-19-26. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago In business under the fictitious name of A-l PRINTING SERVICE. 334 South Miami Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. FlorDAVID MAKKH. MARX FEINBKRG, Attorney for Applicant. 11/21-28. 12/5-12. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BIL-WITE PRODUCE CO., at 118S H W. 6th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court „ f Dade County norMI.. WBIB8i Sole Owner. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. 11/28. 12/6-12-19-26. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagein business under the fictitious name of HOME SUPPLY COMPANY at 1166 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County, Florida, JACK GOTTLIEB. HARRY SMITH, EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicants. 11/21-28. 12/5-12-19. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY In Chancery No. 113046 BENJAMIN UoSKIN and ESTHER BOSK1N, his wife Plalntini —-vs— ANNA M SNIGGS, et al.. Defendants Order For Publication Notice To Appear THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ANNA M. SNIGGS and SNIGGS, her husband, If marrlea; M. H. BOYER and GEORGIA V. BUYER, his wife; TRACE y and — TRACEY, his wife, if married: H. F. KAUFMAN and KAUFMAN, his wife, if married, whose residence! are unknown: and all unknown persons having or claiming any interest in and to the following described real estate, lying and being in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lots Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10), Eleven (11) and Twelve (121 of Block Nine (9) of the original plat of PLNEWOOU PARK, a Subdivision recorded in Dade County. Florida, and recorded In Plat Cook 6. on Page 42 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, whether as heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, oredltors, trustees, exeou tors, administrators, or otherwise, or any other claimants by. through or under the said named Defendants. YOl", and each of you, are hereDy notified that a suit has been tiled in the above Court by BENJAMIN BOSKIN and ESTHER BOSKIN, his wit,-, for the purpose of (iiiietlng the tltlj to and confirming the title in the said Plaintiffs, their grantee* and successors in title to the above described property. The said Piaintlfis In said suit also seek to have th %  above Court in and by Its decree adjudicate that all claims, rights, titles and Interests of all Defendants m said suit, all persons claiming Dy, through or under them, or any <'t them, since the filing of the LIs Pendens in said suit, be forever cancelled and decreed to be null and void. You are hereby ordered and required to file your appearance in said suit on or before tbe 22nd day of December, 1SM7, and in default of sucli appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DONE AND ORDERED In tne City of Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 20th day of November, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. SEAL By: M. C. GREEN. Deputy Cierg. WA8MAN, SILVER A SAKOW1TZ, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 11/21-28. 12/5-12. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 113146. 1IATHILDE CCRTIS, Plain tier, HEWITT CLAY CCRTIS, Defendant. Notice To Appear To: HEWITT il.AY CURTIS, 600 Smith Oakland Avenue, Carbondale, Illinois. You are hereby notified and re quired to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before December 26. 1947, otherwise the Bill 0* Complaint will be taken as confessed against >"" LSI this order be published once ;i week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade county, Florida. ... Dated this 25th day of November, 1J4 E B. DEATHERMA.N, Clerk of Circuit Court. By WM. W. STOCKING. MILTON A. FREEDMAN, Attorney. Deputy Clerk. 11/28. 12/5-12-19. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AIRWAYS RADIO A KI.ICVKON IC CO (Not Inc.), at 1464 S. W. 6th St. Miami. Florida. Intends to regIster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING SCHULMAN. 11/28. 12/5-12-19-26. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SEMINOI.E GROCERY, at 434 E. 1st Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIMON GKOHS. Sole Owner. SAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. 11/28. 12/6-12-19-26. I %  '• %


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PAGE FOURTEEN kwisUFlvrldinin FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 2 ig 47 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ZIONIST PROBLEMS:. Now that the week of celebrations of the birth of the Jewish state in Palestine is over. American Zionist leadership is again 1 cginning to think in prosaic practical terms One majoi problem facing American Zionis loaders is how to obtain from th. I nited States tanks and plane. f >r the Haganah Anothei problem is the normalization of relations t between the American Zionists and the new Jewish government in which noni ut citizens of the Jewish state can be a member ... It is obvious that the upbuilding of thi Jewish state will remain dependent upon aid from American Jew! %  quite a long time %  Th< question is therefore asked: "How will American Jewish leadi rship be able to exercise the same influence on the Jewish Cabinet as it did on the Jewish Agency executive?" • Some Zionist leadi rs m this country will not b satisfied with merely playing the ile of "outside helpers" to the Jewish g ivcrnmcnt On the ether hand, they cannot hope to be in the government as long as they are American citizens ... It can be expected that some of the American leaders will give up their citizi :p and settle in the Jewish state But even then nces of obtaining positions in the Cabinet will be poor, since they will no longer repre•nt the p twerful force of Amerii in Jewry The problem ol 'taxation without representation' which may develop with regari lo Zionist groups outside Pales. ne also faces the World Zionist ship Some urge con1 nuation of the World Zionist ngress as the supreme organ of the Zionist movement >n Diaspora, although the Zionist aim of establishing a Jewish stati in Palestine has been achieved a W ii Id /.. n executive elected by such -, Congress could work in coopera ion with net oi the Jew ish state Otlu i i not a ptimistic They insist that to be a member of an executive which is subsidiary to a government is not the same as being a member of the government. • • &f COMMUNAL TRENDS: Jewish organizations have subletted an application to the State Department, asking that it approve the Jewish Restitution Commission as the representative Jewish body to become the heir o henless Jewish property in he U.S. zone of Germany under he terms of the recently published restitution law The ewish Rcs.itution Commission is %  omposed of representatives of najor Jewish groups in the United States. Britain and France There was quite a scene at he An erican Jewish Conference • inclave in Chicago between B'nai B'rith President Frank L. loldman and American Jewish %  ongress President Dr. Stephen S, Wise Wise said that the Conference seemed more anxious o hold the B'nai B'rith within its ranks than to make it possible for the American Jewish Con• i stay in This resulted in an exchange of highly uncomDlimentary remarks between the two ... It required Dr. Israel Goldstein's valiant efforts to make leace between the disputants rhere is a good deal of behindthe-scene dickering among major Jewish organizations regarding naming of a successor t< Judge Louis E. Levinthal, who is ... ..ai.ei.iig the post ol adviser m Jewish affairs to the American military command in Germany The names of Jacob Billikoff :>: James Heller, and Dr. L Sachar have been mentioned among the candidates Bu' the competition has nerrowei down to Harold J. Goldenberg of Minneapolis and Prof. William Haber, who was head of the National Refugee Service in the aily war years One of the two is most likely to succeed udge Levinthal The nationa. ouncil of Americans for Haganh, an organization seeking sup>ort in this count! y for the Haganah, recently acquired two Quick Starts PIXIE TIRE £0 ^^ MIAMI MIAMI RFAt W • 101 S. W. First Street 5327 N. Miami Avt. 3539 N.W. 17th Ave, MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Rood important members .They are Herbert H. Lehman and Sumner Welles. • • • BETWEEN COVERS: Jewish readers will take a special interest in Prof. Herman ring's "America's Destiny. Just published by MacmiUan. for three' reasons F.rstly. because of Ita main thesis-that as long as ,ho United Nations is not in a position to exert force to maintain peace, the United States, a the greatest world power. mus< do it • %  Secondly, because of !hc author's charges against the democratic world in connection with the Nazi mass annihilation ,1 the Jews of Europe Tnnrtly because of his analysis of the differences between the President and the State Department on the Palestine issue %  Pro' finer minces no words in stating that "millions upon millions were content to turn their backs on Hitler's atrocities against Jews before they finally took any action And even then the action taken was hardly that of a good Samaritan, he points out He reminds his readers that in spite of the President's plea for admission of more DP's to the U.S.. the opposition is still overwhelming %  With regard to Palestine, he declares that nobody could be sure at any time of the true mind of American leadership on this vital matter While the President made one declaration concerning Palestine, the State Department was simultaneously outlining a contradictory policy ... No one. Prof. Finer says, has ever known who came first ... Of course, the book was wriitten before the United States clarified its attitudi m Palestine at the United Nations .. Nevertheless the views expressed on subjects of direct interest to Jews are still solid Not to speak of the main theme of the book, which deals with major world problems. • • MEN AND DEEDS: You may be interested to know that Dr. Chaim Weizmann will liave his autobiography published soon by a well-known publishing 'muse ... A Jewish daily newspaper in New York is negotiating for Yiddish translation rights for $25,000 One of the most impressive affairs in New York was the celebration of Dr. Weizniann's 73rd birthday on the eve of the United Nations' historic decision to establish a Jewish state in Palestine For the first time in its history, the famous Boston Symphony Orchestra, directed by Serge Koussevit•ky. played in a hotel And lor the first time in the histoi> it the Waldorf-Astoria a symphony orchestra played in its ballroom The atmosphere was invigorating, the food superb, the .hampagne exhilarating, and Dr and Mrs. Weizmann were really happy The credit for bringing 2,000 prominent people—each if whom paid $250—to the WeizLong Life n Dependability Performance• Long lift MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Ones." Experinced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. Rehabilitation Clinic Is Feature Of Annual Dade Chapter Red Cross Meeting H. H. Flyman, chairman of the]director of relief operation* Dade county. m Mrs. Roger Dade county chapter. American Red Cross announced this week that the organization's thirty-first annual meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Dec. 16 in Central school auditorium, 275 N.W. Second st. The public is invited. Th." program at the meeting will feature a rehabilitation clinic, at which disaster workers will tell the story of the Red Cross job in Dade county following the September October hurricanes and floods. A review of actual cases, unaltered except to disguise names and addresses, will be presented. A disaster advisory committee will consider them, and with audience participation, will decide the amount of relief and rehabilitation necessary. The clinic will give the publican opportunity to see just how the Red Cross disaster relief and rehabilitation program operates, who is eligible for assistance and how amount of aid is determined. In charge of program planning %  i: Dr. Everett S. Smith, chapter program chairman, assisted by Mrs. M. F. Wittichen rhn*r secretary, and Maurice R. Reddy, fox, assisted hv Miss Margery Conroy will be re sponsible for decorations Charles A. Mills, chairman of the nominating committee wil offer names of new board mem bers, and a slate of new officers will be presented to the 194. board immediately followi annual meeting. "at the Emanon Dance At Floridian Hotel Emanon club of the Miami YM & WHA are celebrating Chanuka this week with a ball at the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach. The dance will begin in the ballroom tomorrow night at 9 o'clock. A waltz contest and floor show have been planned by Mr and Mrs. Herbert Rubin, dance committee chairmen. Formal attire is optional. Tickets for Saturday's affair may be purchased at the Y or at the door the night of the dance. mann affair and for the success of the concert-supper party, goes to Meyer Weisgal. Dr. Weizmann's right-hand man ... It was at that dinner that Moshe Shertok was rewarded for his excellent work at the United Nations Dr. Weizmann, who is considered the almost certain choice for the post of first President of the Jewish state, singled out Shertok and paid him a touching tribute, .hile the assemblage gave him a tremendous ovation Two i>ther outstanding affairs that followed the decision of the United Nations on partition were private parties thrown by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, ZOA president, and by the Hadassah. St. Regis Opens Friday For Eighteenth Season The St. Regis Restaurant, 446 Collins ave., opens today, beginning its 18th year in the same location and under the same management. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry, the owners, state that the finest in American-Jewish cuisine will prevail. 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j MnW) ^nCffi %  PAGE TEN +JewlsHhrklk>r fRIDAY. DECEMBER 1 2 m Local Masada Adopts National Co-ed Policy After two years as an all-male organization, the local chapter of Masada has voted to admit women into their membership. The move followed the lead of national headquarters of the young men's Zionist group recently announcing a "co-ed" policy. President Joe Pardo has made plans to enlarge his group on the new basis, and a meeting is called for Sunday, December 14. at 8 p.m.., in the home of Miss Toby Cooper, 1624 West ave. All present members are asked to bring young women as well as young men who might be eligible for admission under the new rules. In charge of the Sunday meeting will be Theodore Nelson; cochairman, was designated as Arnold Bernson. and David Liebman was asked to speak on the purposes of the chapter and its relationship to the world Zionist picture. LOOK TO UJA NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR NEW LIFE IN PALESTINE Biscayne Bay Handicap At Gulfstream Saturday A nominating band of 14 route running thoroughbreds have been named for next Saturday's renewal of the $5000 Biscayne Bay Handicap at Gulfstream Park. Included among the lineup of probables are several outstanding prospects for the Janary 15 running of the $25,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap at a mile and a quarter, and the Biscayne Bay may be in the manner of an impuitant early prep for that rich closing day stake. Scheduled to match strides over the mile and a sixteenth of the Biscayne Bay are such as Mrs. Albert Sabath's Say Blue, winner of last Saturday's Hollywood Handicap, S. Greenfield's stretch-running High Trend who was out of his proper element in two recent sprint essays, S. D. Sidell's Iodine. W. H. Veeneman's Tweets Boy, the Bermill Farm's Bug Juice, the Woolford Farm's Sublime and others. Lightning could strike from any one of these speedy sources, although the nominees are so evenly matched that the victory of any one of the 14 could occasion but mild surprise. As Europe's Jevi.-li displaced persons looked hopefully this week for an early end to iheir homeleHIMM, more than 1,000 American Jewish leaders, spurred by the history-making U. N. decision on Palestine, were scheduled to meet in Atlantic City's Chelsei Hotel for a four-day national conference of the United Jewish Appeal to take decisive action on the mass resettlement of Europe's homeless Jews in the reborn Jewish State. Out-landing national and international leaders who will address the UJA conference on the program for mass settlement in Palestine, overseas relief and rehabilitation and refugee aid in the United Slates include General Joseph T. McNarney, former Commander of U. S. Forces in Europe; Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring, member of the U. S. Delegation to the U. N. General Assembly; Dr. Chaim Weixmann, renowned former President of the Jewish Agency for Palestine; former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., UJA General Chairman; Eliezer Kaplan, Treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, European Director of the Joint Distribution Committee. The Atlantic City Conference will also determine the 1948 goal of the United Jewish Appeal for the reconstruction programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans, constituent agencies of the UJA. Burt Lobel Attends Masada Convention Burt Lobel of the Miami R* chapter. Masada, was aS g B ,S h teen delegates from the & eastern Region of Masada at2' mg the.r 13 annual national vention in Cincinnati Thank !" ?" mg weekend. Orlando, ft"' ham, Atlanta, New O, lean S" ville and Savannah were S" represented aiSo M A ala celebration of the United Nation,i decision to create ,32 >sh state, took precedence ovE convention plans Saturday nigh, though regular deliber2 committee meetings and progra ^ were carried out during the\ !" clave. Israel Katz of Atlanta. p res i dent of this region, was elected national vice president. Other southerners named to national of fices include Mrs. Larry Levy of Orlando, a delegate at' large on the executive committee; and Sidney Mazer of Birmingham, from Southeastern representative region on the committee, SEASON'S GREETINGS ROBERT R. TAYLOR AND ASSOCIATES Dade County Solicitors Office NEED HELP IN A HURRY? CALL A -1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 96727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner Manning's Host to Jai Alai Players Harry Zuckerman of Manning's Seafood Restaurant is acting as host to Richard Berenson and the 1947-48 line-up of Jai Alai players at noon Friday, December 12. The public is invited to get a preview of the players before the season starts on Dec. 15. They will also have an opportunity to listen to the cestamen relate their experiences in various parts ol the globe during the hour broadcast, "Luncheon at Manning's" direct from the dining room. Personalities to be interviewed during the broadcast will be Richard Berenson, president and general manager; Pedro Mir. players' manager, and such pelota ers as Bari, Andrinua, Cecilio, Adolfo. Hernando. Cermeno, Epifanio, Rene and Fares. % A L E X DRUCKERJ MUSIC TEACHER £ All Instruments—Reasonable J Instruments Furnished Free! < Phone 2-4303 \ 433 N.W. 12th Avenue AUGUST BROS Rv t "J won (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. 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rpinAY JDECEMBER 12, 1947 Council^enPlan Third Annual Dinner Dance af Colonial Plans for the third Annual Din. Dance of the Miami Section, Lonal Council of Jewish Women to be held at the Colonial Inn January 5th, were made at a luncheon in the Cadillac Hotel. Monday. Mrs. David Phillips, Chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, coChairman, wore hosts to the following committee members: Mrs. Benj. Bronston, Mrs. Wm. Caplan. Mrs Leo Ackerman. m Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Jos. p Oleicher, Mrs. Harold Ausland0 ,. Mrs Aaron Farr, Mrs. |ht L. Williams, Mrs. Leonard Vein, and Mrs. Herbert Scher. Funds raised from this year's affair will help to maintain Council's ovi projects. +Jewl$tirhrkUam PAGE NINE SINGLE MAN WILL SHARE APARTMENT With Couple or 2 Gentlemen 4 ROOMS Near Synagogue and Shopping Convemtrt loc.ilion S. W. Section tan til M.iy 1st or rent by week W Call 9-9997 Working mother Needs home for 3 wjr.old daughter. Reasonable. Also wishes position practical nursing or takt charqe of child for working mother in your home. Live out. WRITE MRS. M. WEINBERG P. 0. Bex 2973, Miami 18. Fla. ELOERLY LADY Living in ef'iciency apartment on Miami Beach would give room and board to middle-aged lady for companionship—light cooking. WRITE MRS. I. L. P. O Box 2973, Miami 18 FOR RENT 2437 S. W. 13th Street Telephone 48-9530 Beautiful Room — Twin Beds Private Entrance Kitchen Privileges FOR RENT • Any Room ing Facilities wer and Entrance Michigan Ave. mi Beach NEW REST HOME WITH NURSING CARE Ideally located on Miami Beach. Strictly Kosher Cuisine. Special diets, card, ic, arthritis, etc. For season or year round. Address inquiries to MRS. ROSE Box 2973 Miami, Florida Miami Orthodox Congregation Installs Offi icers Shown above are new leaders of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation installed at a banquet in the Victor hotel, Miami Beach last Sunday. Left to right they are: Rabbi Murray Grauer, Hyland Rifas. treasurer; Wallace Maer. second vice president; Frank Weinstein, third vice president; Max Silver, first vice president; Sidney Palmer, president; and Charles Adelman, recording secretary. Not pictured is Nathan Abraham, financial secretary. Ludwig Lewisohn, Novelist Lecturer Guest B'nai B nth Metropolitan Council Ludwig Lewisohn. noted Ji ish novelist and lecturer, w 11 discuss ""Jewish Literature in America"' at a program sp ins ired by the B'nai B'rith Council of greater Miami in obsei Jewish Book Month torn i evening. 8 p.m., at Temple 1 Feature of the literary evening is an extensive book exhibit prepared and supervised by Max Meisel, President of the Bureau of Jewish Education and one of the co-chairmen of thi fair. Also on display collection of rare will be a 16th and 17th Dr. Max I. Tendrich Dentist Announces the opening of an additional office at 2190 S. W. 16th Street Also Evening Appointments Hours 7-9 Mondays and Wednesdays Phone 3-9956 century Jewish ceremonial art ts recently retrieved from the Nazis and shown in Miami for the first til Lou Heiman, President of Dis5, B'nai B'rith, will address n the subject "Jewish Book Monl an introductory talk by Harold Turk. B'nai B'rith Council President. Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Tempi,Israel has been invited to introduce Mr. Lewisohn to the Miami audience. Chairman of the program for B'nai B'rith Council is Montague Rosenberg who will be asI by B committee including Abe Gannes, Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Eli Hurwitz, Morton Beigel, C. R. Jacobson, Mrs. Norman Babel, and Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Members of the Clara Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women will, act as usherettes. Admission to the literary evening is free and the public has been invited. Chanuka Social For Center Bldg. Chanuka game night at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center is being sponsored by the Sisterhood tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Chairmen Mrs. Joseph A. Berman and Mrs. Samuel Lipton have announced that proceeds will be donated to the Center fund drive to be used for furnishing the kitchen in the new building. Refreshments are under the charge of Mrs. Harry Brodes, Mrs. Abe Horowitz, Mrs. Lillian Oka, Mrs. Philip Abrams. Mrs. Sam Ginsburg and Mrs. M. Rubin. Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mrs. Sam Weisen, Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Joseph Lipton and President Mrs. Ira Walsey will serve as hostesses. Rose Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women are sponsoring a party for veterans at the Pratt General Hospital on Sunday, December 14, at 7:30 p.m.. it has been announced by Mrs. Max ine Reinhard, president. Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning j Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. 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Ptaw* Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, Directors 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-5975 or 5-4239 ATTENTION!! To All Members and Friends of Jewish Home For the Aged First anniversary celebration of the dedication of the Home will be held Sunday, December 28th, at 2 p.m., on the HOME grounds, 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami. You are invited to participate in a special name contest now being held for the best name for the HOME'S LIFE MEMBERSHIP SOCIAL CLUB. Send in suggested names to the Chairman, Max Greenberg, care of the Jewish Home for the Aged. A Bulova 17 Jewel Wrist Watchwill be awarded to the winner In case of a tie between a man and a woman two wrist watches will be awarded. Presentation of awards will take place on date of clebration. All entries must be postmarked no later than December 25th, 1947. Remember the Date—Sunday, December 28th Entertainment — Refreshments l



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DECEMBER 12, 1947 FRIDAY, Beach Congress Women Hold Chanuka Brunch Tchanukah brunch m given h, the board of the Miami Beach rhiotcr Women's Division AmerS Jewish Congress at the At. Hold Roof last Tuesday SS„J Traditional candle lightffSUony in honor of the holiday followed a short business "a* Clarence Cohn, president. a assisted bv Mrs. Alfred sic in the procedure, and the seven candles were represented hv Mrs Bertram Thorpe. Mrs n at 3 o'clock. Meeting under the canopy on the lawn of Dr. Wolfson, 124 11th Beach, the attendants ivill hear a musical program p :l ling the lectures and open forum i nons. *J


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ibdbevwiisllxlElliOipidliiaup •ySumT^-NUMBER 50 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY "MiAMTFLORiBATFRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. jJF PRICE: TEN CENTS HAGANAH AND IRGUN MOBILIZE FORCES IV JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The no-man's land between Tel Avi and Jaffa continued to hold its position as the chief battleground in Palestine this week as frenzied Arab bands made several attempts to invade the city. At the same time both the Jews and Ihe Arabs appeared to be mobilizing their forces in apparent expectation of the spread and intensification of violence which has held sway in the country since early last week. The total of known dead this week-end is 14 Jews and six Arabs, with several more Arabs believed killed, and several score wounded. The Haganah has issued a call for the mobilization of all young Jews between the ages of 17 and 25. It is expected that about 70,000 men will answer the call for "security and other essential services." The Arabs have been actively recruiting men to cross Palestine's northern border to Syria to join a force which is supposedly being raised there for a later invasion of Palestine. They are also organizing Arabs for home service in Jewish-Arab cities. A daily curfew has been clamped down on the roads leading from the Arab towns of Ramallah and Hebron to Jerusalem, to prevent armed Arabs from congregating in the city. Reports reaching Jerusalem said Nablus, Tulkarm and Jenin were jammed with Arab villagers armed with rifles. In a move officially designed to protect an estimated several thousand Jews in 14 settlements recently established in the Negev, the British military commander of the southern district of Palestine called in the secretaries of the local councils of the settlements and advised that they abandon their communities. At first the Jewish officials refused to even discuss evacuation, but after the Briton became more insistent, they referred him to the Jewish national institutions for a decision. British Police Withdraw From Tel Aviv Dec. 15 JERUSALEM, OTA)—All British police units will be withdrawn from the Tel Aviv area on Pecember 15 and Jewish police will take over responsibility for the maintenance of order in an area containing nearly half the Jews in Palestine, it was officially announced. Meanwhile, the sound of gunfire was heard almost continuously in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa area for several days this week. On one day alone 14 lews, two Britons and three Arabs were killed. The area in which Jewish police will take over Jerusalem—British troops blocked the gates oi Jerusalem's old walled city just before noon Thursday as firing in its ancient maze of streets reached proportions which indicated a battle of sizable proportions had broken out between Arab and Jewish inhabitants. next Monday includes the city of Tel Aviv and its suburbs, bounded by the towns of Petach Tikvah, Ramath Gan and Bnei Brak. No mention was made of the evacuation of British troops, many of whom have been stationed in the battle area between Tel Aviv and Jaffa. The official announcement followed on the heels of charges by the Haganah that at least two of its men were killed by British police while they were defending Jewish positions on the Jaffa boundary line. The government's statement clearly distinguished between the police withdrawal and the forthcoming general British evacuation from the country, stating that the Tel Aviv move had nothing to do with the general picture. Among the Jews killed was Joshua Globerman, chief of the Haganah's divisional headquarters in Jerusalem, who was leading a motor convoy from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv. On the road the convoy was halted by a British armored car and all the vehicles and passengers were searched for arms. As the search ended, Globerman who had halted his vehicle slightly in front of the remainder of the convoy, saw two Arabs aiming rifles at him. He attempted to move, but was not quick enough and was shot in the head and instantly killed. The Britihs soldiers in the armored vehicle made no attempt to return the fire, nor did they pursue the killers. Globerman had been assigned to the convoy after the Egged Bus Company re versed its decision to suspend operations unless its convoys were protected by either British soldiers or armed members of the Jewish militia. Arab Attack on Tel Aviv A well armed and well trained Arab band which Monday night launched an attack on for ward positions of the Haganah in the Hatikvah quarter of Tel Aviv was beaten off following a fierce battle which lasted more than an hour. Before they were flung back, the Arabs advanced several hundred yards and fired a few huts in the Jewish quarter. Haganah reinforcements rushed to the scene and flares soared into the skies from the fighting zone summoning additional men. Withering fire swept every foot of the battle ground. Before they went over to the offense, the Jews put up a savage resistance forcing the raiders to slow up and eventually halted them. Many inhabiants, old Yemenite Jewish men and women, making their way from the battle zone toward the center of the city, spread panic when entered movie theatres, interrupting the performances and demanding that everyone hurry and join the battle. Flames shooting upwards from the burning buildings tended to sow more confusion. Miami Delegation In Atlantic City For United Jewish Appeal Meeting Headed by Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a delegation of 25 leaders of the local Jewish community left by plane yesterday (Thursday) for Atlantic City, to attend the annual conference of the United Jewish Appeal to set the national goal for 1948. They are due back next Monday night. In Atlantic City, the Mi? "ans will meet MM. Monte s 'ig. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Md Max Oroviti, who have jut "turned to this country from a five-week inspection tour of placed persona camps and other Jewish communities in Europe and Palestine. The conference began with reception last night (Thursday) and will open formally this n ing at the Chelsea hotel Today's Bessions will be devot&04S. Campaign Huge Success "The S.O.S. drive was a tremendous success." accordinq to ** %  Sidney L. Weintraub. chairman, and Monte Selig. vice ^airman. The one-day campaign was held November 30. A Preliminary survey indicates that the quota of 100,000 pounds 01 food and clothing for this area was topped. Assorting and Peking is now taking place and a detailed report will be I" a de to the entire community shortly. Mrs. Weintraub stated. wish to extend my special thanks to all the workers and to ,h contributors who evidenced a spirit of cooperation which in m V estimation has been unequalled in this area." ed to a report and examination of the United Jewish Appeal camcampaign of 1947 and to a thorugh analysis and discussion of the programs and prospects of the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal for 1948. Charles Brown, president ol tne Jewish Community Council of L >s Angeles, will preside, following opening remarks by Rabbi ronah B. Wise national chairman 0 f the United Jewish Appeal. The experts of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Servfce for New Americans, together with nomists and authorities emed with the International Refugee Organization and the United States Army relationships. will state their needs in detail. Chairman of this afternoons n will be Julian H. Kiolik. I;.,,, „ f th e Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit. During today's meeting, a Prenaratory Sub-Committee will ho ;nt ed. Its task win be to ex.,„ ine the material to be discontinued On Page 4) British To Surrender Palestine LONDON. (JTA)—Official circles this week indicated that the British Government intends to surrender the Palestine Mandate on May 15. 1948. An announcement to this effect will be made by Sir Alexander Cadogan. head of the British delegation at the United Nations, to the U.N. implementation commission as soon as the commission is set up, a government spokesman said. He hinted that Sir Alexander will suggest that the independent Jewish and Arab states in Palestine come into existence on June 1st. (At Lake Success, Sir Alexander told a Jewish Telegraphic Agencv correspondent that "May 15th seems the logical date" for the laying down of the Mandate. He confirmed the London report that he will submit the exact date of the surrender of the Mandate to the U.N. Commission.) Well informed circles revealed that the first talk on Palestine between U.S. Secretary of State Marshall and British Foreign Secretary Bevin, held a few days ago. ended "inconclusively." Mr. Marshall ar.d Mr. Bevin are expected again to discuss the future of Palestine before the Secreta ry of State returns to the United States. Brooklyn Carol Ran Investigated NEW YORK—Mayor William O'Dwyer has directed an investigation of an assistant superintendent of schools' order that pupils of 23 Brooklyn schools may not observe the Christmas season in their classrooms with the traditional religious carols and symbols. Assistant Superintendent Isaac Bildersee last week ordered that such observances of the season as Santa Claus are approved, but that '•Christmas carols with reference to the Nativity may not be sung, nor may decorations include religious symbols of any faith in schools under his charge. Bildersee meanwhile, explained he directed the principals of his schools to avoid religious expressions, including such carols as •'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing." He said he suggested use of Santa Claus, holly and such, of "Tinele Bells" and anything else "not specifically religious" including the carol "about peace on earth" He approved Dickens A Christmas Carol" and Bret Harte's "How Santa Claus Came To Simpson's Bar," though he said the latter required elimination of some words. \ %  :



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4 PAGE SIX Annual B'nai B'rith Youth Tournament Scheduled December 27 Plans are being completed for the annual B'nai B'rith youth organization mid-winter tournament featuring sports, social and cultural activities, scheduled for December 27 to 30 at a Miami Beach hotel. AZA Chapters and BBG groups from greatei Miami and West Palm Beach will participate in! the varied programs being plan* lewlsHnbridlinit FRIDAY, DECEMBER |j McDonald Address Terms Palestine Political Organization Unique Before a capacity crowd of 36at the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical School banquet given bv members of the local committee. Sunday. James F. McDonald, guest speaker, commented favorably on the unique political organization of Palestine. "It is the only country where -•-•-.--.-. women actually hold political ned by the convention committee i u m *n" McDonheaded by Mis, Beryle Axlrod P|f -"> X^ JuSts of the president of MLO. and Gerald JJ^gd dmne. g ^ ^^ Shenkman of Sigma Rhu AZA. fX descri bed Goldie MeyerThe tournament will include toothot, L<1J Histadruth and ball, basketball, and ping pun* lX h Agencv in the athletic categories as well n %  '•£* J^ as a track meet foi b .ys. Debatas tht ^ ^ '^ WI '„ that she has done. The highight the cultural acUvitieS \^\. ^ v a ,i ( ns High comand a barbecue dance has been former United Nat"*" J !"!" planned for the openujg night fS^^^JS^Z committee-.,, d and P ? tln f m Sous "OrS : R hardPallol lh ^ H v.muallv make the and finance, Arthur Pearl, sore _would even ua Uy make to and Martin Liebling. 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See your dealer or call at our office lor your free copy today. the 70.000 members of the Haganah in Palestine." Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the South Florida section of the local campaign introduced Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe. Miami University president, who deed his visit to Palestine and Egypt 20 years ago with reference to current advances of the new Jewish state. Mrs. Adlerbloom Hostess Beach Mizrachi Women Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom was hostess to the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women Monday evening at a Chanuka party in her home, 1820 S.W. 6th st. Proceeds of the affair are for the Mizrachi Children's Village in Palestine. Evening's entertainment featured songs by Mrs. Harry Wagner. Mrs. Betty Turk and Mrs. Abraham Kraftsow. as well as immunity singing. Assisting Mrs. Adlerbloom were Mrs. Turk. Mrs. Israel Slotsky, Mrs Jack Kane and Mrs. Lane Zimmerman. .. Film Folk.. Beautiful Marlene Dietrich has d in Hollywood after a sojourn in France, to play th of the lovely siren in Paramount'^ •A Foreign Affair" which the studio's ace director-producer team of Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett is preparing for the camera. The glamorous actress tells me that she'll begin to get ready at once for her role in the edy of an Am< gswoman in Berlin lilting the morale of American troops. • • • Luther Adler, noted stage actor ->nd director, also flew to Hollywood this week from New York i ept th< m st important film f his career, that of the gypsy school teacher, with Rita Hayworth in Colmubia's drama. "The Loves of Carmen." Adler ivas signed for this part — his third film role—just the other day and was hustled aboard a plane for Hollywood within 12 hours, Prior to "Carmen." Luther had appeared in but two films— Saigon" at Paramount and "Cornered" at RKO. His stage experience, however. dates back to 1908 when as a child actor he followed his parents' footsteps on the stage in a Yiddish play. Since that time he has appeared in more than fifty legitimate successes on Broadway and on tour, many of which he also directed and staged. His most recent stage engagement was that of actor-director in the year-long run of Ben Hecht's "A Flag Is Born." In case you've forgotten. Luther's father and mother. Jacob Adler and Sarah Lewis. both were notable Yiddish performers, as is his sister, Stella Adler, who is also at the moment appearing before the cameras in Hollywood. Warner Brothers to be exact. Michel Rosenberg Act 0r WINZ Sunday Michel Rosenberg fam stage and radio comedian willu Suest of the Y.ddish Class,,! Hour this Sunday. acc( dm 7 Director Morris Nasatir. TheV year veteran of the Yiddi^ Theater will be taJSJw Nasatir after which he will?' Rosenberg has often been described by critics as the m! 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pdlPA-i. DE CEMBEB 12, 194? jDC To Hold 33rd Annual Meeting In New York On January 3rd, 4th; To Mark Third Of Century Of Aid Jmt$hthrtftor> PAGE SEVEN abroad voluntary will be pmbers of the JDC National The thiirty-third annual meete of the Joint Distribution Committee, major American age ney aiding distressed Jews and the world's largest welfare organization, held in the Commodore Hotel New York City, on January 3rd and 4th. it was announced by Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC chairman. The meeting will mark the jDC's completion of one-third of a century of aid to Jewish men, women and children in needy areas abroad as well as its accomplishments in 1947, the JDC's greatest single year of activity. In the first eleven months of this year. JDC appropriations for its aid programs abroad amounted to $69,591,000. Sunday morning, January 4th Council, the agency's corporate body, and the Board of Directoi will gather from throughout the nation, to elect officers, review 1947 operations and examine 1948 needs and projected activities. In calling the meeting, Mr. Warburg pointed out that "historic decisions which have the greatest significance for the destiny of Jews everywhere are in the making. Against the background of a UN decision on Palestine, cf Congressional consideration of the Stratton Bill, and ol the Marshall Plan shall be discussed JDC's plans and program for 1948. "From the JDC meeting must come to the country at large the clearest possible understanding of the great responsibilities before JDC in behalf of the 1.500.000 Jews of Europe, both those who will stay and those who will leave Shepard Broad Speaks Before Zionist Groups Second in a scries of socialeducational gatherings sponsored jointly by Junior Hadassah's and Masada, young women's and men's Zionist organizations, was held at the home of Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, 2225 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Tuesday. Featured speaker of the evening was Shepard Broad, Miami Beach attorney, who holds the post of first vice-president in the Zionist Organization of America, and was recently a delegate to the International Zionist Conference in Basel, Switzerland. Broad spoke on "An Introduction to Zionism." Group singing and dancing in the Palestinian manner were included in the program, which had been arranged by the cochairmen of the education committee of the two groups, Selma Lewis and Ted Nelson. Refreshments were served. Heacli Kemit'l Mars* .Schooling Schooling races for the 1947-48 meet at Miami Beach Kennel club will begin Tuesday and continue through December 23, according to an announcement by William E. Gardner, general manager of the oceanside oval. After a one-day closing, the track will re-open for its official 86-night meet. Christmas night. John En right, director of racing, said that more than 500 greyhoundhave been registered for competition this winter at Beach track and the roster includes some outstanding new canine stars along with most of the outstanding racers seen in action here last winter. Dr. Clarke Book Review For Congress Series Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress continues its Friday review series with Th >mas Costain's "The Money man." today, at 1:30 p.m Dr. Edward Clarke will present the review to be followed by an open discussion in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Herbert Glickman, chairman of the project, will be assisted by her co-chairman, Mrs. Anna Tanenbaum. Tickets may be obtained at the Pioneer Club No. 1 Plan January Celebration Pioneer Women's Club No, 1 will celebrate the establishment of the Third Jewish Commonwealth Sunday, January 4 at 1! p.m. in the auditorium of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Dr. David S. Andron and Rabbi Max Shapiro are to be guest speakers. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will render several Hebrew selections accompanied by Joseph Schreibman and recent Palestinian technicolor films will be shown. Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan. JNF chairman for the club, announced that the occupants of the Dorann apts. 244 Pennylvania ave., Miami Beach, made a gift to the group's fund in honor of the occasion. Collection was made by Mrs. N. Bloom and Mrs. M. Mendelson residents of the apartment house. 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PAGE SIXTEEN *Je*istfkridliian 10 Local Jewish Schools Join For City Wide Chanuka Celebration Children of 10 local Jewish schools have been invited to participate in the city-wide Chanuka celebration Sunday at the Plaza Theater at 9:30 a.m. The affair is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and its affiliated schools, including: Beth David, Temple Israel, Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Workmen's Circle, and the Coral Gables Jewish Center. A program has been arranged with participation by children of seven schools. Featured for the morning will be a movie, "House in the Desert," shown for the first time in Miami and cartoons through the courtesy of Wometco theaters. Aso planned are playlets, dances, songs, prizes and a quiz. Louis Heiman, honorary president of the bureau. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the rabbinical association of Greater Miami and Max Meisel, president of the bureau, will take part in the program. Manager of the theater, Edgar Pierce, and Wometco officials have cooperated with the bureau in the undertaking. Judges for the quiz will be Dr. M. A. Lipkind, David Isen, Eli Hurwitz and S. A. Goodman. Cantors Samuel Kelemer, Jacob Goldring. and Maurice Mamches. will conduct the singing. Mrs. Leon Ell, member of the bureau board, is in charge of the arrangements and refreshments committee. Superintendents of several schools, Herbert Zuckerman. S. Grpenberg. H. Ruby and Mrs. E. Richman. are assisting with the affair. Regional Director To Appear Before Miami Hadassah Members and friends oi Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah have been invited to hear Mrs. Perry Sewell, Southern Regional Director, at a membership party in Kaplan hall. Temple Israel, Thursday. Mrs. Sewell, a member of the national board of Hadassah and the national speaker's Bureau, has just completed a tour of the Southeastern region. A more intensive drive for membership has been inaugurated by the national organization so that complete enrollment will be forthcoming by January 15. enabling members to vote in the World's Zionist Congress election. !" >AY, DE CEMBER l 2 Plant are under way for • Gala New Year's Eve Ball sponsored by the Miami Chapter Number One of the American Veterans Committee to be held al the Civic Arena, 35 N.W. 2nd st. Tickets for the ball are S3 and may be obtained at the AVC Hall. Civic Arena, or by calling 2-2422. LEGAL NOTICE NOT,C E UNDIR^jcf^^ In builneaa under ,,„.""? to en^; -t Robert Leonard Co. | 0u "am. 1631 N.W. G^IKI so,., i M inc.i tend, to .,*,.. ; i ?*•'. B.£ MU.TOX A S>. Attorney for Applicant M/12-19-M ]/-.., Mrs. Perry Sewell Significance of Chanuka will be the subject of a discussion lead by Miss Harriet Dresnick al a meeting of the Rose Chap ter, B'nai B'rith women on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Louis Kessler, 1061 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. New Film Demonstrates Democratic Youth Action NEW YORK—"Make Way for Youth," a 22 minute sound film telling how racial and religious tensions can be overcome via democratic youth action, had its premiere here at the Museum of Modern Art, it was announced by the National Jewish Welfare Board. The JWB is one of 21 na tional youth-serving organizations represented on the Youth Division of the National Social Welfare Assembly, producer of the motion picture. Frank L. Weil, president of JWB, is chairman of the Assembly's executive committee. Beth David Congregation recently announced thai Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith, Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women, and the Miami Zionist District are to participate in the remaining three Friday evening services for the Synagogue during December. j ti BUTTER-EGGS *es At* AYS' Miami Beach Home For Aged Auxiliary Celebrates Second Anniversary Roof Garden of the Atlantis hotel will be the scene of the anniversary meeting of Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock Mrs. Benjamin Sherry presiding. Conclusion of the summer Book Project, under the chairmanship of Miss Clare Goldenberg for the last several months, will take place. The project is the major fund-raising work of the organization for the year. Musical program for the afternoon features Hungarian piano selections by Madame Olga Bihor Stern. 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