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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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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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
ftjjME 21NUMBER 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Lt. Friedberg Capt. Albala
traeli Army Yets To Speak To
deration Women At Annual Institute
Lt. Shula Friedberg and Captain Alexander Albala, veterans
|the Army of Israel, will be featured speakers at the first annual
ititute of the Women's Year-Round Council of the Greater
lami Jewish Federation to be held Wednesday, December 8,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant, 211 22nd St.,
|ami Beach.
Jiss Friedberg left her career
fa successful fashion designer
serve with the Israeli Army.
Irn in Kovno, Lithuania in
E4, Miss Friedberg- came to
Bestir.e in 1937. Since 1944
|ss Fiiedberg has been an in-
uctor in the use of small arms
|the Haganah and more recent-
with the Israeli Army. She
rticipated in some of the most
five fighting during the recent
ab-Jewish conflict. She is now
(command of a CHEN (Israeli
linterpart of the WAC) unit
[Haifa.
Captain Albala, 25, has been
host continuously at the front
Ice the outbreak of hostilities
]November 29, 1947. He came
(Palestine via the underground
feral years ago, and was held
1 British detention camps for
months.
6oth Captain Albala and Lt.
ledberg are in this country as
ft of the "Friendship Mission
Israeli Youth," a group of
ag men and women mem-
Is of the Israeli Army who
It come to America under the
Ipices of the United Jewish
Ipeal to report on conditions
I Israel and the vast program
I upbuilding and construction
under way there.
ither speakers on the all-day
Igram include Mrs. Monte
]ig, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
Herman Selinsky and Mor-
Klass, executive director of
federation. They will each
lak on various phases of the
pet "The Jewish Woman
hs a Changing Community."
Nature event of the all-day
ptute will be a luncheon and
Won show under the direction
|Mrs. Alexander Kogan. This
will display the latest crea-
te by Louis Haftel.
ne program is under the co-
(irmanship of Mrs. Irving
rman and Mrs. George
frtkof. Mrs. Abraham Good-
is president of the Women's
Jr-Round Council.
U.N. Political Committee
Debates Palestine Future
U.S. Backs Original Stand
PARIS, (JTA)~The U.N. Political Committee this week re-
sumed debate on Palestine as its 58 members discussed a
Soviet resolution calling for withdrawal of all foreign troops
from both the territory of Israel and that area of the country
set aside by the U.N. partition decision for an independent Arab
state. The committee also spent
Zionist Conferees
Adopt Full Program
At Charleston
One of the largest and most
enthusiastic Zionist gatherings
ever held in this area, re-elected
Sol Benamy of Atlanta president
of the Southeastern Region and
formulated concrete policies for
the continuation of Zionist work
in the South. The occasion was
the eleven annual "Salute to Is-
rael" convention of the South-
eastern Z.O.A. Region, which con-
vened in Charleston over the
week-end of November 20 to 22.
Joke Felt of Miami Beach, Rob-
ert M. Travis of Atlanta, Abe
Berkowitz of Birmingham, Ike
Abelson of Birmingham and Alex
Van Straaten of Miami Beach
were chosen as honorary vice
presidents. New vice president of
the Florida Region is Shepard
Broad.
some time on a Polish resolution
calling for a settlement of the
Palestine situation on the basis
of the partition decision alone.
Dean Rusk, of the United States,
opposed the Soviet and Polish
proposals. Rusk expressed the
view that the Security Council
had already taken action for a
Palestine armistice, and under its
resolution of Nov. 16 a withdrawal
of armed forces was contemplated
in keeping with the armistice pro-
posal. Rusk said the General As-
sembly should concentrate on
broader questions of political
settlement and leave to the Se-
curity Council the question of
strict withdrawal.
The discussion was opened by
Russia with a demand that all
foreign troops be withdrawn from
Palestine soil for the sake of es-
tablishing security and stability.
Egypt protested against Russia's
reference to the armies of the
Arab states as "foreign" troops.
The Egyptian representative as-
serted that no case of unwarrant-
ed intervention had been estab-
lished by the Security Council
against the Arab states. "We went
to Palestine as welcome guests,"
the Egyptian added.
Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli repre-
sentative, declared that the pres-
ence of foreign troops in Pales-
tine constituted a threat to world
peace. He added that Israel sup-
ports the Polish and Russian reso-
lutions.
Harold Beeley, Middle East ex-
Commissioner
fill Address
>XTA Conference
|TLANTAEdward O'Connor,
"nber of the U. S. Displaced
pons Commission, and promi-
l| civic leaders will address the
fttheastern Regional Confer-
of United Service for New
ericans-, major welfare agency
n6 immigrant newcomers,
en will be held here at the
fma-Biltmore Hotel on Sat-
W evening and Sunday (De-
fer 4 and 5).
Kmissioner O'Connor, who
P P1(,vious position as execu-
assistant of Relief Services
!ne National Catholic Wel-
Conference made a first-
study of Europeans up-
|ea from their homelands, will
uss at the luncheon session on
faay the implications of the
Placed Persons Act of 1948 fo.
erican communities receiving
aiding in the adjustment of
[comers now arriving under
Jaw Reuben B. Resnik, di-
or of the Community Rela-
uepartment of United Serv-
I wm also address this session.
ponsor from this community
UQe Samuel Blank, Mr. and
*> Myers, Dan Ruskin, Mr.
Mrs. Monte Selig, Jacob Sher,
Jy Stone, Morris Klass and
jamin Meyers.
NEWS FLASHES
Agriculture Decision Postponed
WASHINGTON, (JTA)On recommendation from its general
committee, the fourth annual conference of the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organization at its plenary session here put off
until its next session the application of Israel for membership in
the organization.
Ecuador Will Accept 100 Families
QUITO, Ecuador, (JTA)President Galo Plaza Lasso has in-
dicated that Ecuador would be willing to help solve the acute
Shanghai refugee crisis by accepting 100 families from among the
5,000 Jewish refugees who have long been marooned in the Chinese
port city.
$250,000 Memorial Fund Established
WALTHAM, Mass., (JTA)The establishment of a $250,000 fund
by Meyer Jaffe, of Fall River, Mass., and a group of his friends to
be known as the William Walter Jaffe Memorial Library Building
Fund for the construction of a university library was announced
this week by the Brandeis University here. The building will be
named in honor of Mr. Jaffe's son who was killed in an automobile
accident in 1945. The library will be the first unit in a new expansion
program of the university.
To Return IVazi-Looted Valuables
BUDAPEST, (JTA)The Ministry of Finance this week issued
an order providing for the return of Nazi-looted valuables to their
rightful owners provided they can identify themselves and prove
ownership.
Israel Applies For U.N. Membership
pert of the British Foreign Office,
said, on behalf of Britain, that it
was impossible to determine who
was the foreigner in Palestine. He
asserted that there were no Arab
troops on the territory proposed
for the Jews in the report of the
late Count Folke Bernadotte.
Byelorussia's delegate said that
he had not seen documents invit-
ing the Arab armies to Palestine.
Each Arab state, he said, was
grabbing a piece of the country,
and under such circumstances
there would never be peace.
Transjordan, he added, was en-
couraged to invade Palestine and
its army was led by a British com-
mander with British officers serv-
ing under him.
One of the highlights of the
debate was afforded by New
Zealand's Prime Minister Peter
Fraser, who, although opposing
the Polish proposal as "hope-
less," declared that agreement
could be reached only if the
U.N. provided the conflicting
parties with the needed lead
and guidance. The partition re-
solution of last Nov. 29 should
be the basis of everything to be
decided from now on, and the
Bernadotte plan, as well as
other resoultions seeking to
modify the original territorial
settlement, should be regarded
only as auxiliary factors, he as-
serted.
Eban followed by asserting that
"my delegation believes the Nov.
29 resolution is still a valid in-
strument of international law."
He also pointed out that neither
the late mediator nor acting med-
iator Dr. Ralph Bunche consid-
ered the Bernadotte recommenda-
tions a final solution of the Pal-
estine problem. A vote on the
Soviet and Polish proposals was
postponed until a later date.
During the debate in the Politi-
cal Committee this week, Philip
Jessup of the United States, re-
minded the body that it should
keep in mind that it is still con-
cerned with basic objectives in its
consideration of the Palestine
case. These he listed as: 1. Estab-
lishment of peace in Palestine:
2. Early attainment of a political
settlement; and, 3. Reconciliation
between the Jews and Arabs.
Turning to the question of the
resolutions before the Political
Committee, the American dele-
gate said that his government ap-
preciates that the British have
incorpated several American
amendments in their latest ver-
sion of the McNeil resolution.
However, one amendment, which
ihe U.S. considers most important,
hi* not been included.
This one, he said, asks the As-
sembly "to call upon the govern-
ments and authorities concerned
to extend the scope of the negotia-
tions provided for in the Security
Council resolution of Nov. 16 to
seek an agreement by negotia-
tions conducted either directly or
tnrough the conciliation commis-
sion with a view to a final settle-
ment of all outstanding questions
between them."
Sternists Mutiny
Set Prison Afire
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israeli mili-
tary police, under strong armed
escort, this week transferred a
group of detained Sternists from
a nearby detention camp to Acre
after the Sternists had staged a
mutiny and set the building in
which they were hold afair. The
Sternists surrendered to the Is-
raeli M.P.'s only after it became
too dangerous for them to remain
in the blazing building.
Two Carloads Collected In SOS
Drive, Mrs. Ratner Reports
PARIS, Nov. 29, (JTA)On the
first anniversary of the United
Nations decision to partition Pal-
estine into an independent Jew-
ish and an independent Arab
state, the Israeli government
Tuesday submitted its formal ap-
plication for membership in the
world body. The document was
submitted by Israeli Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Shertok to U.N. Sec-
retary-General Trygve Lie.
The enclosure filed with the ap-
plication states: "In behalf of the
state of Israel I, Moshe Shertok,
Minister for Foreign Affairs, de-
clare that the state of Israel here-
by unreservedly accepts the ob-
ligations of the United Nations
Charter and undertakes to honor
them from the day when it be-
comes a member of the United
Nations."
"We are happy to report to the
Jewish community which so gen-
erously responded to the SOS
drive on November 19 that two
carloads of food, baby layettes,
and new clothing, left Miami yes-
terday for overseas shipment,"
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, chairman of
the local committee stated.
"We owe a debt of thanks to
all the area chairmen, to each
SOS organization chairman, and
to the hundreds of men and wom-
en throughout the county who
worked on layettes, and assorted
and packed the many thousands
of cans of food which came to the
depots.
"We are grateful to the owners
of the 200 trucks which were
contributed to the drive and to
the drivers who scoured the city
for merchandise on collection day.
"A very special vote of thanks
should go to the following Mi-
amians whose contributions of
time and energy contributed
strongly to the success of the
drive: Mrs. Anna Brenna Meyers,
Sherman Tobin, Sol Rovin, Stuart
Gordon, Eli Kammer, Sidney Al-
terman, Martin Lipman, Harold
Turk, Jules Channing, Leonard
Tobin, Harry Kaufman and Al-
fred Katz.
"To the many women who
sewed layettes lor many weeks
before collection day and who
have agreed to continue with this
work through the winter and
spring and as long as there is
need, we offer our profound
thanks.
"We wish to express our ap-
preciation to the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach YMHA's, the Beth
Sholom Center, Sam Weissel and
George Bertram for the use of
their buildings as depots.
"To the greater Miami Jewish
Federation and to everyone who
participated in the drive, we are
deeply grateful."
Reach Agreement
In Jerusalem
JERUSALEM, (JTA)An of-
ficial communique announced this
week that as a result of meetings
which took place between Lt. Col.
Moshe Dayan, Israeli commander
ir the Jerusalem area, and Lt.
CoL Abdullah Bey el Tel, com-
mander of the Arab Legion in
Jerusalem, orders have been is-
sued to both the Israeli Army and
the Arab Legion, as well as to the
irregular units attached to the
Legion in the Jerusalem region,
to cease sniping. The actual cease-
fire went into effect shortly after-
wards.
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Work On Florida
JDA Meet Plans
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1948
Yivo Collections Enriched With Material On Israel
ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
The Yivo Archive possess rich collection of mireriils on the ctiTitiej of the
Jewish underground orgimatioos in Pilejrine in the period of the British Mndte,
Several examples are prcsen'.ed below. ,
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Max .V. Krolotf
Max M. Kroloff ubove\ Anti-
Defamati >n League chairman for
B'nai B'rith, District No. 5. will
head the list of featured speakers |
at the Firs: Florida State Confer-
ence of the Joint Defense Appeal,
convening in the Hotel Roney
Plaza. Miami Beach, or. Decem-
-.2.
Kroloff. forn-.er assistant na-
al director of the ADL. and
one of Atlanta's m si activ< civic
leaders ir. Jewish affairs, will out-
line the program, of the ADL and
the American Jewish Committee
in fightlr .. anti-Si mitism.
Tw "' mians will plav im-
nt '. s Ir the first Florida
:-.:' rence of the Joir.t Defense
Appeal 'JDA I id at the
Roney Plaza Hotel in Miami
Beach. December 12. Leonard L.
Abe.-- is co- n of the con-
ference, will attract top
r. leaders from all sections
of the state, while Jacob Scher.
It r-.t :' Greater Miami
sh Feder l n s a member of
the "tee.
The JDA. currently seeking a
E of S6.'.04.540 is th
fund-: aising rm of the American
rr.ittee and the Anti-
D< ion League of B'nai
B'rith. nat r.al agencies devoted
to the cause of combatting re-j
[it 1 pron "tire
inter. >ny.
Serving viX Mi Abess as co-
il rr n I the event is Harry
W Reinstim : Jacksonville.
Other members r' the conference'
:ommit1 is still in form-
a1 are Charles A '". r. president
:' -h- Jewish Welfare Organiza-
tion of T in S ''" Ifs n
Dresident f tl I nvill Jew-
ish Community Council. Inc.
Wit i nt Jew-
ish leaders from all sections of
the state expected to attend, the
conference will -duct a full-
dress review of the- causes of anti-
Semitism and the action local
committees can take to combat
Featuures of the Miami parley
will be the showing of the notable
film -Make Yau For Youth."
which has :: ; irte-rr.ational
attention among educators, social
workers tnd religious leaders: and
the technicolor film, "Songs of
Friendship'' by Irving Caesar.
whi. h is now part : the Florida
grac I curriculum

An 1mm of the Haganih baHetia fUiemth.
tilted -Fiai: On Durv ar Has.oih [i iburb (X
Tel-Aviv] at Xsght." A report ci eevel |
every balf-bow in iK reprise M ihc Arab
ruck upon the city.
ANTI-TERROR LEAGUE
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An app"' fcT he "Aad-Ttow Leaf
A new collection of materials
showing activities of Jewish un-
derground organizatioas in Pales-
tine prior to the proclamation of
the Jewish State has been added
to the archives of the Yiddish
Scientific InstituteYivo. world
center for Jewish social research.
Th.s announcement was made in
_-:rr.;r: el the IfflM concernioj
G attack) ~i:t br At crgan:ztion.
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annual conference of the institute,
which will be held in New York
from January 15-18, 1949. The
Yivo today houses one of the
largest and rarest archives on
Jewish life, present and past, in
the world. The reproductions
above are examples of some of
the materials newly received.
Polish American
Glee Club To Sing
At Sholem Lodge
A folksong pageant will be pre-
sented by the glee club of the
Polish American Club Auxiliary
or. Tuesday. December 14. 8:30
p.m. at the regular meeting of
Sholem Lodge in Temple Israel.
Miami.
Program. Chairman Sidney
Aronovitz has announced that the
fourteen voice choral group under
the direction of Leonard Widaw-
ski will be dressed in peasant cos-
tumes ar.d will offer traditional
Polish-American folk tunes. Feat-
ured speaker of the evening will
be Maurice Bisgyer. national sec-
retary of B'nai B'rith who has re-
cently returned from a five week
trip to Europe and Israel.
Invitations will be extended to
all civic, service, religious and
educational groups in Greater Mi-
ami, it is announced by Marx
Facer, president Sholem Lodge.
JEWISH GENTLEMAN
Would like to meet lady 45 to
55 with $20,000 to S3\000 to
back wonderful chain project.
Will consider matrimony.
Write Mr. S.
Box 2973. Miami 18
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PAGE THREE
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Jewish Bureaucrat
T the last few years, a strange the budgets of local institutions.
evolution has crept surreptitious-1 These Janizaries were not slow
Iv into American life. As every in imitating the methods and
"C kn(T;.rnBy ToZSlecuZ techniques of the dictator. They
... ____ ^c^r, learned h
the more a person
lost its
leeerdcrmain
tarns the less he keeps propor-
donatelv. The high bracketeer has
he alternative of either paying
taxes or giving to charity.
A Changed World
During the same period,
Jewish soul sustained a deep
the
ow to surround them-
selves with stooges, preferably
imported from other cities. These
well paid underlings did not have
to report slighting remarks from
Baaley Batim. The top autocrat
sitting in his inner sanctum knew
all that transpired in the room of
the board of directors. He could
wound by the exterminate of take the precaution of installing
the 6.000.000 martyrs. The need a pjpe ]ine Mq th(, mcoting cham.
for a Jewish State now became
obvious to all except morons. The
American Jew could show his
sorrow for the dead, his sym-
oathv for the survivors, and his
nridc in the gallant fighters of
Palestine, only by contributing
-enerously and liberally.
A new leadership suddenly
emerged. The former Zionist
chairman, the synagogue elder,
the lodge president, or the charity
worker were brushed aside.
Neither Europe nor Palestine
could use speeches. Money and
money only would talk. Conse-
quently, the money man was now
put at the helm. But was he quali-
fied by education, training, or
background for the new task? His
business experience taught him
to buy professional talent. He was
accustomed to hire managers,
technicians, publicity men, public
relations experts, advertising art-
ists. Why not get experts, he
argued, and pay them well for
the specific job of raising large
sums? It was, after all, just an-
other business.
A New Bureaucracy
The demand was quickly sup-
plied. Overnight, YMHA directors
became big time collectors. Social
workers at the periphery of Jew-
ish philanthropy, J.D.C. field men.
or U.P.A. solicitors were quick to
grab off the lush jobs. The
enormous campaigns were able to
siphon off with ease some of the
war profits. It was the Jewish
answer to Nazi tormentors and
Ami. aggressors. The 1948 cam-
paign of the U.J.A. went out for
the unprecedented sum of $250.-
000.0'i0: at the same time Ameri-
can Jewry set out to expand their
synagogues, hospitals, Y.M.H.A.'s
and old folks homes.
The success of the drives soon
turned the heads of the campaign
foremen. They were quick to
sense their opportunity. They
watched the moneyed leadership
become exhausted with the strain
of long drawn out, never ending
meetings, which left little time
for gin rummy, golfing, cocktail
parties, or rhumba dancing. All
details of administration were
perforce left to the professional
management.
These frustrated rabbis, disap-
pointed lawyers, or struggling
journalists of the Anglo-Jewish
press could now hold up their
heads and banish all complexes of
inferiority. They quickly de-
veloped a Jewish bureaucracy,
which for arrogance and officious-
ness, could make even the old
Russian Chinovnik green with
envy. The petty bureaucrats were
now able to send out "million-
ber. By means of radio mechan-
ism, he was able to hear every
spoken word. And woe to the
trustee bold enough to voice his
criticism. He would somehow fail
to get notices of further meetings.
At the folowing election, the name
of such critic might well be left
off the list of executives, blandly
suggested to the nominating com-
mittee. If the disgruntled trustee
belonged to a higher economic
bracket, he would no longer re-
ceive an invitation to sail on the
Sunday cruise in the dictator's
"yacht."
Mounting Discontent
Dissatisfaction with the Bureau-
cratic high command begins to
swell and fester even in Miami,
noted for good humored tolerance
in organizational matters. Some
are objecting to the rising over-
head costs. They maintain that
the latest increase of the director's
salary puts him on the wage
level with a Justice of the Su-
preme Court. Others see a cynical
disregard of community opinion
when a director takes on the addi-
tional job of managing a hospital
drivewhile on the Federation's
time. They murmur not only at
the fat fee collected by him for
the initial pledges; but also for
the additional commissions to be
received on the subsequent in-
stallment payments.
Normally, such abuses of dis-
cretion and flouting of public
opinion would lead to a com-
munity schism. But folks are
smothering their discontent. Don't
rock the boat in the general senti-
ment. Nothing should interfere
with the success of the campaigns.
The D.P.'s are still depending on
American funds for their miser-
able existence in concentration
camps. What would the heroic
defenders of the infant Israeli
Statet do without our help? Let
the bureaucrats have their field
day. Was it Lincoln who said
"You can't fool all the people all
the time?"
Dr. Belov Itosigiis
From Orchestra
Dr. Joel Belov, associate con-
ductor of the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra, re-
signed from that position effec-
tive last Sunday, Joseph Tarpley.
School of Music secretary, an-
nounced. Head of the violin de-
partment at the University, Dr.
Belov asked' to be relieved of
orchestral chores to complete
work on a textbook, which will
soon be published.
Joining the University staff in
1938, Dr. Belov was promoted to
assistant conductor to the late
Arnold Volpe in 1939. Following
Dr. Volpe's death early in 1940,
he completed the concert season
as conductor. He has served as
assistant conductor and concert-
master under Modeste Alloo for
the last six years.
The textbook now in progress
will be entitled "The Art of
Modern Violin Technique." Dr.
Belov has previously had pub-
lished a two-volume work on "The
White Keys of the Violin," a
violin concerto and a number of
shorter violin pieces. A string
quartclt, "Prophecy,"' was pre-
sented by the Gordon String
Quartet three years ago.
Despite his resignation from the
orchestra. Dr. Belov will continue
to teach advanced composition at
the University, as well as courses
in violin, viola, conducting, or-
chestration and string and piano-
ensemble.
Balkin To Address
Isaiah Sisterhood
Gilbert J. Balkin, associate di-
rector. Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League B'nai
B'rith, will address the meeting
of Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Mon-
day, at 2 p.m. at the Temple, 4925
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The
Mrs. Leicourt Fetes
New Hadassah Members
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W.
26th Road, was hostess to new
members of the Miami Group of
Hadassah Wednesday at the third
in a series of "Get Acquainted"
parties. Mrs. H. C. Moser, presi-
dent, gave a report on the Na-
tional Hadassah Convention held
recently in Atlantic City and in-
vited new members to share in subject of Mr. Balkin's talk will
the work of building the State of
Israel.
BBG'S Are Baby Sitters
The ALS Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Girls are inaugurating a
baby sitting service, Bonnie Col-
ton, chairman, announces. Chap-
ter members, who range from 15
to 17 years, offer their services
at fifty cents per hour. For in-
formation call 9-2593 after 3 p.m.
be "Making Democracy Work."
Mrs. Dora Katz will be guest
soloist at the meeting. A report
on the Chanuka ball will be made
by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness,
Sisterhood president. Refresh-
ments and a social hour will
follow.
Xewsforiefs
Boa Silver Stepkin has an-
nounced her association with the
Security Company, a real estate
concern located at 510 Biscayne
Blvd. The firm features a com-
plete realty service.
The Raleigh Hotel has an-
nounced the addition to its staff
of Victor Muzii, formerly of Vic-
tor's on Coral Way. Victor, who
is well known to Greater Miami's
dining public, will supervise the
dining room of the Raleigh. The
restaurant opened for the 1948-49
season on Thanksgiving Day.
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Karpowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Karpowitz, 151 S.W. 17th PL, will
take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky and Rabbi Murray
Grauer will officiate. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Florence Abramson
llcach Masada To
Sponsor Dance
The Miami Beach Masada will
sponsor a dance tomorrow night
at 8:30 in the Firefly patio of the
Ritz Plaza Hotel. Florence Abram-
son, arrangements chairman, an-
nounced today. Kanez and his
Rumberros will provide the music
and a floor show will be provided.
In case of rain the affair will be
moved inside.
Proceeds will benefit Masada's
Israeli projects.
SAMUEL M. GRUNDWERG
and
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the late Mrs. Rebecca Gompers
will be unveiled Sunday at 2:30
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EDITORIAL
Chanuka or ...
How would you spell ChanukaHanuka.
Hanukka, Hanukkah, Hanukah, Hanuca, Hanuc-
cha, Hanucca or Honuccah. Then of course we
offer the variations of ChanukaChanukah.
Chanukka, Chanukkah. For more variety we
give Honica or Hanica. There are still others!
The endless variations of spelling Jewish holi-
days whose pronunciation are transliterations of
the Hebrew language include the many holidays
throughout the year. Simchas Torah, Succos, Rosh
Hashonah, Pessach all appear in print in numer-
ous fashions.
The releases from local and national groups
sent to us have no set form. Ours is an insigni-
ficant complaint. It could make our chores just a
little easier and lend our finished product more
consistency if there was a guide to follow.
Just where the responsbility should fall we de
not know but somewhere there should be an
organization to help and establish a guide or
pattern for all to use.
WE PREFER CHANUKA!
Mt. Sinai Hospital
Further negotiations announced recently be-
tween the City of Miami Beach and Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital brings new hope that the hospital project
will become a reality in the very near future.
A meeting of the minds between the parties
concerned has been established for quite some
time. The necessary formalities commonly re-
ferred to as red-tape have prevented definite
action by Mt. Sinai trustees in any direction.
A distraught Jewish community whose en-
If we are let alone, we'll clear it away
together
thusiasm has been aroused numerous times as
the hospital program seemed on the verge of
going into action, eagerly looks forward once
more to definite news from Mt. Sinai
Jewish Booh Month
The advent of Jewish Book Month-to be
served from November 26 through December ML
is a very welcome event in Jewish com,, V~
^H BSJ2S ever greater SSS
and participation. As in previous years th
significant cultural occasion is under the leadI
ship of the Jewish Book Council of America an
activity of the National Jewish Welfare Board
While figures don't always tell the whole story
in this case they are significant and revealina
Last year some 1,700 Jewish cultural and fraternal
groups, spearheaded by some 320 Jewish Centers
took part. The numbers this year, we are told, wili
be larger.
Jewish Book Month is a thrilling experience for
the very young as well as the venerable members
of the community. It has nothing stodgy about it
It does not look down its nose at anyone. All are
welcome and all participate: the children and the
golden agers; the women's and men's clubs; the
Center and every kind of educational and cultural
group. All work together in what has become an
important force for unity and cooperation in Jew-
ish life.
The educational and spiritual uplift that the
"Month" gives is unden able. In commemorating
the dates of great Renaissance and modern writ-
ers, in lectures, in radio programs, in symposia
and exhibits, thousands are becoming aware of
the golden treausry of Jewish lore and culture.
This annual cultural event, we are sure, is bound
to leave each year a richer soil for the flowering of
Jewish culture.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women To Hold
Reward Luncheon
The ways and means committee
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will enter-
tain at a reward luncheon for
all members who have already
raised at least S25 toward their
quota for the annual donor
luncheon and fashion show.
This reward luncheon, the first
of a series, will be held at the
home of Mrs. Gilbert Goldman.
4622 N. Bay Rd.. on Thursday.
December 9 at 12:30 p.m.
Quotas are being raised
though private parties, ads for the
journal or contributions.
The B'nai B'rith Women's fund-
raising project for the year is the
first eye-clinic in Tel Aviv, for
the use and benefit of Israeli
soldiers.
Co-chairmen of the ways and
means committee. Mrs. Arthur
Frishman and Mrs. Alexander
Libow are being assisted in ar-
rangements by Mrs. Alper and
Mrs. Harry Kaufman.
All members who have raised
this quota and can be a guest are
asked to notify Mrs. Dave Alper,
6-5073, or Mrs. G. Goldman,
5-3108.
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Musical Drama Added
To Yiddish Program
Morris Nasatir, director of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, has an-
nounced the addition of a new
feature, a transcribed musical
drama in serial form entitled "The
Musician's Daughter." The drama
is written by Louis Freiman and
features music by the noted com-
poser, Sholom Secundo. The cast
includes New York actors such
..s the late Isador Cashier, Gustav
Berger, Flora Freiman, Celia
Budkin. Charlotte Goldstein and
Ben Zion Witler.
The YiddishClassical Hour may
be heard on Sundays from noon
until 1:30 p.m. and on Tuesdays
from 6 to 7 p.m. over Station
WINZ.
Y Junior League To Give
Membership Dance
A free membership dance will
be given by the Junior league of
the Miami YMHA Sunday at 8:30
p.m. in the outdoor patio of the
Y, Samuel Kessler, membership
chairman, announced today.
David Kornberg is club presi-
dent.
Academy To Hoar
Noted Soldier At
Birthday Banquet
Major Wellesley Aron, the first
Jew in Palestine to be given a
commission in the British Armv,
will speak at the first anniversary
dinner of the He-
brew Academy
to be held on
Sunday evening.
December 12 at 6
p.m. at the Gross-
inger Pancoast
Hotel.
This affair is
being tendered
as a testimonial
dinner to Dr.
David S. An-
Major Aron dron president
of the academy.
Major Aron is a well-known ed-
ucator and orator. He received
his education at Cambridge Uni-
versity where he distinguished
himself in the fields of history
and modern languages. A leading
figure in modern Israel, he has
been chiefly associated with edu-
cational affairs. During the years
that he has lived in Palestine, he
has taught various subjects at the !
higher educational institutions of
Haifa and Tel Aviv. |
In 1937 Sir Archibald Wavell
delegated Major Aron to under-
take negotiations with the London
War Office for the purpose of
organizing industrial mobilization
of Palestine in the event of war.
As soon as war broke out, Major
Aron enlisted in His Majesty's
Forces in Palestine. As part of the
Desert Forces in Egypt, Major
Aron commanded the all-Jewish'
Palestinian unit which was in the
siege of Tobruk in 1941. He par-
ticipated in the campaigns of
North Africa, Malta and Italy. In
1944 Major Aron's unit was in-
corporated into the now famous
Jewish Brigade of World War II.
His unit received a citation from
General Mark Clark's American
Fifth Army, and he was later
decorated by the British Eighth
Army in Italy for "gallant and
distinguished service whilst or.
active duty." He gave evidence
before the Anglo-American Com-
mittee of Inquiry in Jerusalem.
Professional Women's i Diabetes Drive
Board To Meet Monday I Begins Monday
The executive board of the
Business and Professional Wom-
en's Division, Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, will hold their regular
meeting Monday evening, 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Y, it has been
announced by Miss Rosalyn Klein,
president.
Final plans will be made for
the fund-raising Chanuka dance
to be sponsored by the organiza-
tion on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 26. 8:30 p.m. in the patio of
the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman of
the ways and means committee
is in charge of arrangements for
the affair. Freddie D'Alonzo and
his orchestra will furnish music
for dancing and the program will
Dade County's mass diabetic de-
tection campaign to be conducted
by the Miami Diabetic Associa-
tion will get under way Monday
morning and will continue until
December 12. During this period
the association hopes to collect
and analyze 100,000 urine speci-
mens.
All drug stores throughout the
city will serve as depots for urine
specimens, which must be labeled
before brought in. All urine speci-
mens presented for examination
should preferably be passed two
or three hours after a fairly
representative meal.
Free analyses of these speci-
mens will be made at the Medi-
cal Research Building at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. If abnormal
be highlighted by popular night conditions are discovered, indi-
club entertainment. I viduals will be advised to consult
Proceeds of the affair will be their physicians, or if financially
allocated towards the various pro-
jects undertaken by the organ-
ization offering aid to Israel.
Tickets at SI.25 each may be
secured from any of the members
or by calling Miss Levitt at
83-2061.
unable to do so, to go to the Dia-
betic Clinic at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
There is a high familial incid-
ence of this disease and those in-
dividuals who have knowledge of
diabetes among their relatives
should particularly be checked.
Diabetes is the eighth ranking
cause of death and is the only
major disease for which there is
a known specific treatment.
Mass surveys by the United
Hp "!^ aiQ?:nUiIdaRC*.wl" States Department of Health in
landan' Th 5 "S^ "'f^ several cities have indicated that
vn"nt m PT Bna' B:nth three per cent of the total pop-
Young Women tomorrow night at ulation is afflicted with diab^tePSi
with a large portion of this num-
Clara Landau Chapter
BB Young Women To
Sponsor Do-nut Dance
Temple Sisterhood
Will Observe
Jewish Book Month
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will observe Jewish Book
Month at their regular December
meeting to be held Monday after-
noon at 2 at the Temple.
In keeping with this theme, Mrs.
Colman Zwitman, program chair-
man, has arranged a literary pro-
gram which will feature a review
of the new best seller. George
Granados* "Birth of Israel," by
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. A guest
musical artist will also appear.
The program will be followed
by a reception and tea.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Harry V. Simons, Elry Stone, S.
Hantman, Henry Hirsch, Harry
Nevins, Albert Hirsch. Mrs. Isaac
Levin will preside over the busi-
ness meeting which will precede
the program.
8:30 at the American Legion Halll
1828 Alton Road. Miami Beach, it
has been announced bv Miss
Gloria Farkas, president. Proceeds
of the affair will be used to pur-
chase food baskets to be presented
to needy children at a pool partv
at the Marseilles Hotel.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
the Misses Arline Sisselman and
Marjorie Stern. Miss Elaine
Schwartz and Miss Lorry Finke
are publicity co-chairmen.
ber unaware of it.
Organizations participating in
the drive are: Dade County Medi-
cal Association, Southeastern
Florida Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion, Medical Research Institute,
Jackson Memorial, surgical sup-
ply houses throughout Dade
County.
Junior Hadassah To
Hold Lawn Party
An informal lawn party will be
sponsored by the Miami unit of
Junior Hadassah, Sunday at 8
p.m. at the home of Evelyn Pol-
lack, 1853 S.W. 23rd St.
A program has been prepared
by Rita Ross and prizes for best
participants in talent contest.- will
be awarded.
Admission is 50c stag or drag.
In case of rain the party will be
postponed to the following Sun-
day night.
Zionists To Hold Forum
The Miami Zionist Forum, con-
ducted by Hymen Sootin, will
meet at the Beth David audi-
torium on Thursday, December 9.
at 8 p.m. Subject for discussion'
will be: "Should all Zionist or- j
ganization in the U. S. merge into j
one Zionist group despite differ-!
ent political viewpoints."
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
To Stage Game Party
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob is sponsoring a game
party to be held in the patio of
the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Wed-
nesday, at 1 p.m.
Mrs. George HoffspiegeL chair-
man, will be assisted by Mrs. D.
Whitman, Mrs. Wm. Kline, Mrs.
Edw. Mendelsohn. Mrs. P. Pores.
Mrs. M. Er.glander, Mrs. J. Felt
and Mrs. L. Makovsky.
Refreshments will be served.
Proceeds of the function will be
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Obituaries
DR. SAMUEL ROSENBERG
Age t>, of 37S5 Chase Ave., Miami
Reach, passed away on November 30.
He was a member of the Marshall
I^odge, F. and A. M.. New York Cltv.
He la survived by his wife. Ottllie:
two daughters, Mrs, Thelma Vnger.
and Miss Kmma Rosenberg, two bro-
thers, Ixiuis and Arthur; four sisters.
Mrs Annie Wolrlch. Mrs. Lillian
H "tr- ^.Mrs- Ma>' Kallk "<< Miss
Uertha Rosenberg-. Services were held
yesterday at Riverside Memorial
< hapel with Interment at Mt Neho
2!E?!?T- Rabbl Irvln* Lehrm'an of-
ficiated.
WILLIAM EHRENREICH
Age oS, of 1411 Collins Ave.. Miami
Reich, died Monday He came here
from Ferndale. N. Y.. and was the
former owner of the Helen-Mar Apart-
ment Hotel. Surviving are his wife.
Rose: two sons. Including Milton, Mi-
ami Reach; a sister and two broth
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948


Israelite Center Sisterhood
Holds First Installation
First installation of officers of
newly formed Dora Stein
the
Sistcrh
d of the Israelite Cen-
Following the installation cere-
mony, M. Stein presented the
r too0k0pla"c'e \ast weVk at 3M6 f f^ With a gift of ne -
cw 24th St idred d0llars and an embroidered
Harrv Gross, president of the Torah cover.
center, spoke on the growth of Entertainment by Arthur Pola-
flje organization, and Irving check, violinist, Mrs. Lennie
Sperling, toastmaster installed the Levenstein, piano accordionist
officers, who included: Mrs. Irv-. William Smuckler, singer, and Mr'
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jng Sperling, president; Mrs. Max | and Mrs. Ben Katz, singers
vice Dresident; Mrs. Samuel eluded the meeting.
con-
Ben, vice pw.. -r --
Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs.
Bernard Bauer, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Helen Stock,
treasurer; Mrs. Max Lefkowitz,
financial secretary. Trustees are
the Mesdames Max Hoffman, Ben
Katz, Sam Eisner, Louis Pearl,
Nathan Schenken.
Committee chairmen include;
Mrs. Irving Goldberg, telephone;
Mrs. Ben Katz, entertainment;
Mrs. Max Schenkman, publicity;
Mrs. Herbert Gorman Hebrew
school, and Mrs. Harry Gross,
sunshine.
The Israelite Center was found-
ed a year and a half ago and its
membership is composed chieflv
of residents of the southwest sec-
tion, east of Coral Gables.
Officers are: Harry Gross, presi-
dent; Irving Sperling, first vice
puti'dent; J. Brown, second vice
president; Jack Finkelstein, first
gabba; M. Stein, second gabba;
Mrs. Samuel Cohen, recording
secretary; Mrs. Louis Pearl, fi-
nancial treasurer; Max Schenk-
man, corresponding secretary; and
Samuel Cohen, treasurer.
Beach ZOA Will
Honor I. R. Goodman
The Luncheon Club of the Mi-
ami Beach District, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will meet
Tuesday at 12:15 in the Shelborne
Hotel dining room to pay tribute
to a member of their board of
directors and chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Emergency
Council, I. R. Goodman.
Mr. Goodman, a member of the
executive, ZOA and liaison agent
for the American Zionist Emerg-
ency Council and American
Christian Palestine Committee for
the Southeastern states, will give
a report on the Southeastern Con-
ference on Israel which was re-
cently held under his direction
in the Greater Miami area. Good-
man, who was responsible for this
type of program in St. Louis
while he lived there, originated
the idea of Regional Christian
Conferences on Palestine. His
blueprint was accepted by the
American Zionist Emergency
Council and the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee and was
followed and implemented by
similar groups throughout the
country. He was instrumental in
forming a strong chapter of the
American Christian Palestine
Committee in the Greater Miami
area, which now already has over
1,000 members.
He attended the World Zionist
Congress in Basle, Switzerland as
a ZOA delegate and visited Israel
in 1947.
Mr. Goodman, who is also a
member of the boards of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, the He-
brew Academy, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, was educated
in St. Louis public schools. Uni-
versity of Chicago, Northwestern
University, the Law School of
Washington University, and the
Yeshivas Rabbi Zachariah Joseph.
The public is invited.
7. R. Goodman
Clara Landau Meeting
A meeting of the Clara Landau
Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Wom-
is scheduled for the Miami
Beach Y Monday at t8:30 p.m. A
movie, "This Is B'nai B'rith," wil'
be shown.
1000 Expected At
Chanuka Institute
1,000 women are extected to at-
tend the Chanuka Preparation In-
stitutes, sponsored by the PTA's
and Sisterhoods of Greater Miami
in cooperation with the Bureau
of Jewish Education, Mrs. Harry
Rogers and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg,
co-chairmen, announced.
The Miami Institute will be held
at the Miami Y December 13 from
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Luncheon
will be served for 25 cents and
children from three to five will
be cared for.
Miami Beach will have its in-
stitute at the Wofford Hotel De-
cember 16 from 9:30 to 1 p.m.
For complete information on
the institute, call the Bureau of
Jewish Education at 3-5858, Mrs.
Harry Rogers at 5-5928 or Mrs.
Jack Rosenberg at 9-0527.
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Golden Age Club
Marks Birthday
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami YM-YWHA
celebrated its first anniversary on
Sunday, November 28. at the
Town Y auditorium with a pro-
gram for the 300 members present.
Ben Essen, vice president of the
Miami Y, and Maurice Grossman,
executive director, extended their
Greetings to the group. Mrs.
Evelyn Samuels was featured
vocalist, and the Golden Age
chorus and folk dance group per-
formed several numbers.
The Rev. L. Lehrer gave the in-
vocation at the banquet which
followed the program.
Frances Cohen, Eli
Jacobson Engaged
The engagement of Miss Frances
Cohen to Eli Jacobson, Trenton,
N*. J., has been announced by her
father, Irving Cohen, Waverly
Arms Apartments, Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place
January 9 at the Waldorf-Astoria,
New York, and the couple will
spend a honeymoon in Miami at
the Roney Plaza.
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white orchid, for traveling. The
couple will move into their own
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East Jersey Ave., Roselle Park,
upon its completion next month.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
3, 1948
Deborah Hadassah
Plans Dinner Dance
The Deborah Group of Ha-
dassah is making plans for a
dinner dance to be held in the
Variety Club at the Alcazar Hotel.
Sunday. December 19, at 6:30p.m.
Mrs. Alex Strauss has been ap-
pointed chairman of the event.
Mrs. Louis Gidney and Mrs. Joe
Postal are sub-chairmen.
Also serving on the committee
are the Mesdames Norman Babel.
Sam Coolik. Ed Dokson, Herbert
Gutman. Alex Robbins, Ralph
Robbins and Jack Woinstein.
Dress is optional and reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Strauss at 5-7633.
Final plans for the affair will
be formulated at a regular meet-
ing of the group at the Miami
Beach YMHA, December 13. at 1
p.m. Chanuka will be the theme.
Mrs. Edith Levin, president, will
report on the Hadassah conven-
tion which she attended recently
in Atlantic City. A program feat-
uring Singer Pauline Fried and
an interpretive dancer has beer,
arranged by Mrs. Julius Mufson.
program chairman.
Mrs. Nelson Announces
Luncheon Hostesses
Zionist Youth
Coiiiinitt The monthly meeting of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission, comprised of repre-
sentatives of the ZOA and Ha-
dassah who meet to coordinate
and direct the activities of the
Zionist youth groups, will be
held at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. 8:15 p.m., Wednesday.
Dr E. J- Edelman, chairman of
the Zionist Youth Commission,
will call for reports from S. A.
Goodman. Masada advisor. Mrs.
Silverman and Mrs. Alex \ an
Straaten. Jr. Hadassah advisors,
and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. ad-
visor to Young Judaea.
Activities planned by the
General Zionist youth groups in-
clude a Young Judaea dar.ee at
the National hotel and a Mi-
ami Beach Masada dance at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel tomorrow, a re-
port to the Miami Zionist District
at their meeting at Beth David
Congregation yesterday, the par-
ticipation in conducting of serv-
ices at Temple Beth Sholom by
Miami Beach Masada on Decem-
ber 10, a lawn party by Miami
Jr. Hadassah Sunday, and a
Young Judaea "Chanuka Night
to be conducted by twelve of the
Young Judaea clubs of Miami and
Miami Beach at the Miami Beach
YMHA December 27.
Miami Y to Sponsor
Ballet Program
By Dancecrafters
The Miami YM-YWHA is spon-
soring the Dancecrafters of Mi-
ami in an evening of ballet at the
Y auditorium on Sunday evening.
December 19, at 8 p.m.
The Darcecrafters consist of 35
dancers, headed by Bernard Ost-
feld. ballet instructor, and under
the direction of Hildegarde. The
program will consist of selection
from the Ballet Suite from Aida:
the Spectre De La Rose; and a
solo dance by Mr. Ostfcld depict-
ing the Wandering Jew. In addi-
tion, the full ballet of Coppelia
will be performed.
Admission for the performance
is S1.20 including tax and tickets
will be on sale at both the Town
and Beach Y's.
North Shore Women
Plan Author's Luncheon
North Shore Women of B'nai
B'rith will originate a new type
of cultural program with an au-
thor's luncheon on December 27.
Monday at a Miami Beach res-
taurant, President Mrs. Stanley
Phillips has announced.
The program will feature a
prominent author residing in the
Miami area who will tell of the
background and circumstances
surrounding the writing of his
latest book. It is expected that
Kurt Singer, author of the best
seller, "Spies and Traitors of
World War II," will appear to
speak about his latest book,
"Three Thousand Years of Espion-
age."
Mr. Singer is at present on a
lecture tour and is due to return
to the Miami area on December
20.
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A dessert-luncheon shower will
be given Wednesday. December
8, at 12:30 p.m.. in the Temple
patio. Mrs. Bess Nelson, chairman
of the bazaar committee of the
Sisterhood of the Temple Beth.
Sholom. announces.
Hostesses will be Bertha Brick-
man, Mollie Chasin. Betty Keats,
lrma Herman. Ann Ginsberg. Sue
Rossoff, Julia Jaffe. Blanche
Cowen and Janet Simon. These
hostesses. Mrs. Nelson explained
in her announcement, are in
charge of house furnishings, kit-
chen wear and electrical appli-
ance booths at the bazaar which
will be held at the Temple patio
on December 22 and 23. Admis-
sion to the function on December
8 will be any item of merchandise
fa''ing into these categories. The
merchandise collected will be sold
at the baz;>
Each Wednesday various bazaar
booth directors serve as hostesses
?t these functions for the purpose
o! collecting bazaar merchandise.
The last of these "showers" will
be held on December 15. the week
preceding the opening of the
bazaar.
Law Partners Open
Lincoln Road Office
Announcement is made of the
association of Charlotte Kay
Black, Samuel B. Pearlman and
Edith Held Cooper for the prac-
tice of law at 235 Lincoln Road
under the firm name of Black.
Pearlman and Cooper.
Miss Black, who attended Mi-
ami Beach High school, is now
secretary of the alumni associa-
tion of that institution. She grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami Law school and has been a
resident of Miami Beach for
twelve years.
Pearlman was formerly associ-
ated with the firm of Fischel. Hart
and Kahn in Chicago and is a
member of the Illinois and Flor-
ida bar.
Also receiving a degree from
the University of Miami Law
school, Mrs. Cooper and her hus-
band, Murray Cooper, a local bus-
iness man, are active members of
the Miami Beach chapter of the
American Veterans Committee.
Loon SHisH'hler
On Plaza Kill
Leon Schachter, director and
star of the Lincoln Art Theatre,
is currently appearing on the
same bill 'with Friedle Oysher,
internationally known Jewish
comedienne, at the Plaza Theatre.
Miss Oysher. sister of Moishe
Oysher. is well known for her per-
formances in Yiddish sketches
and scenes and for her inimitable
presentation of Jewish folk songs
and ballads.
r*
Esther Chapter AJC Meet
The Esther Chapter, the Yid-
dish speaking group, of the
American Jewish Congress, will
meet 8 p.m. Monday at the Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miss Pauline
Pfefferman and Mrs. Sam Hodinck
will entertain. Refreshments will
be served.
twelve years he was director of
the MacKinley Square Theatre
in the Bronx. He has been af-
filiated with the Lincoln Art The-
atre in Philadelphia for the last
two years.
Mr. Schachter has appeared in
"Sholem Alechem," "Schwer zu
Sein ein Yid," and Scholem
Asch's "Gott fin Nekume." He
played for a short time on the
New York stage in "Next Door to
Broadway." At present Mr.
Schachter is making a tour of the
country.
This program will continue at
the Plaza through Sunday.
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Export Dept. Opened
Albert J. Hirsch, president of
the Royal Beauty Supply Com-
pany, who recently returned from
a business trip to Nassau, an-
nounces the opening of a new-
exporting department which will
take care of Cuba, Nassau and
South America.
Y Forms Chess Club
The YM & YWHA of Miami
Beach through the chairman of
its program committee, Mrs.
David Walterman, announces the
formation of a Chess & Checker
Club which held its first meeting
recently.
The club is under the direction
of Gershon Miller, well known as
a chess and checker player.
Any persons interested in par-
ticipating are urged to inquire at
the Y about subsequent meetings.
Leon Schachter
On the same program is an all
Yiddish film, -Motel the Opera-
tor," with Chaim Tauber and an
all star cast.
Mr. Schachter, whose appear-
ance here was arranged by his
brother. Jacob, a local resident, is
a pioneer in the theatre. For
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Chicago Club Elects
Election of officers for the 1949
season of the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami was held at its
regular monthly meeting last
Sur.dav. The new officers are:
Michael M. Isenberg, president:
Meyer M. Friedman, first vice
president: Hylan Kout. second
vice president: Maurice C. Cohn.
third vice president; Shirley Al-
perstein. secretary". Marion Gold-
farb. financial secretary; Alex
Golblatt, treasurer.
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Center Fund Drive Begins On Tuesday
The Miami Beach Jewish r. c;j___ *_*.... *
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center building fund
rive for $200,00 will get under
way Tuesday, Joseph M. Rose,
president of the congregation, an-
nounced. Campaign leaders as-
signed prospect cards to 5<> volun-
teer solicitors who will be known
as Builders at a meeting held at
the Center November 29.
Heading the three week fund
drive are Samuel Friendland and
George J. Talianoff. Division
chairmen are: Jack Ablin, initial
gifts; Alfred Stone, hotel division;
Joseph Lipton, general solicita-
tions; Oscar Mamber, seating
committee; Mayer H. Frankel,
memorials; Mrs. Raymond Rubin,
women's division; Harry Sirkin,
Sidney Raffel, Louis E. Rosen-
stein, Ed Singer, Phil Salmon,
Alex Sussman and Ira C. Walsey.
Joseph Lipton, chairman of the
general solicitations, will be aided
by I. L. Mintzcr, Hyman Berman,
Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Raymond
Rubin, Archie Brick, Abraham
Goodman, Al Qsheroff, Arthur
Klein, I. R. Goodman, Matthew
Silverstein and Nat Hankoff.
Report meetings will be held
once a week during the drive, the
first of which took place yester-
day.
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center wil hold a
housewarming Monday at the
Center building to mark the
launching of the Center Building
Ardmore studio
Mrs. Raymond Rubin, chairman of the women's division of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Building Fund Drive is
shown consulting with her aides. (Left to right, Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, Mrs. Arthur Klein, president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Sam
Wiesen and Mrs. Anna Wolf.)
rating committee; Gershon Miller,
youth division; and David R.
Isen, victory dinner committee.
Captains working under initial
gilts chairman, Albin: Harry
Bodenstein, Leo Eisenstein, Dr. J.
J. Falk, Bill Glick, Nathan Glos-
ser, Baruch Holrnan, W. B. Kraft,
Samuel Lipton, Oscar Mamber,
Irving Schatzman, Harry Sirkin,
Henry Spero and Julius Rosen-
stein.
Captains aiding Alfred Stone,
chairman of the hotel division are
Jack Burris, Nathan Darsky, Wil-
liam Fcuer, George Goldberg,
Abraham Halperin, Samuel Katz,
Morris Kriegel, Joseph Lipton,
Fund Drive, Mrs. Raymond Rubin,
recently appointed chairman of
the women's division of the drive,
announced. A committee of volun-
teer solicitors to be known as
Builders will be enrolled to cover
cards of prospects and to conduct
a brick campaign. Aiding Mrs.
Rubin in the drive will be a steer-
ing committee composed of Mrs.
Arthur Klein, president of the
Sisterhood, Mrs. Sam Wiesen,
Mrs. Anna Wolf, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose.
The campaign conducted by the
women's division will be co-ordi-
nated with other phases of the
three week drive.
Cardiac Home Group
Plans Membership Tea
Plans are complete for the an-
nual membership tea to be given
by the Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
in the Melvin Cohen Hall of the
Home, 4250 West Flagler St.,
Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Mrs. Daniel Sepler, program
chairman, announces that the pro-
gram will include a fashion show
by Leeds of Lincoln Road with
shoes and bags by Gainsborough
Ltd. Sadye Nathan will serve as
commentator. Mrs. Phil Abrams
will provide the musical accom-
paniment. Mrs. Hank Meyer,
known professionally as Miss
Lenore, will appear in sketches,
and Richard Berenson, presiacnt
of the home, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff is gen-
eral chairman of the event. As-
sisting her are: Mrs. Murray
Marks and Mrs. G. Glick, hospi-
tality; Mrs. Rosalyn King, mem-
bership dues; Mrs. A. Niel Sawyer
and Mrs. Alex Strauss, refresh-
ments; and the Mesdames Mer-
nard Sklarew, Florence Stern, F.
Yurdin, Michael Miller, Leon
Kaye, Morris Obeleer, A. Gold-
berg, Fay Schaeffer. A. Ager A.
berg and Fay Davis, miscella-
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Admission will be paid up mem-
bership plus a new member.
Pittsburgh Club
Picks New Slate
New officers of the Pittsburgh
Club of Greater Miami, represent-
ing over a thousand former Pitts-
burgh residents, are: Maurice
Finkelhor, president; Milton S.
Goldman, first vice president;
George Schwartz, second vice
president; Mrs. Edna Berk, sec-
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urer.
Members of the board of di-
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Mickey Cohen, Jack Dines, Mrs.
Philip Goldman, Mrs. Rose Grass,
Mrs. Lillian Gutman, Mrs. Helen
Jacobson, Esther Schwartz, Jacob
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Samuel Rogow.
Chairmen of the newly formed
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and George Schwartz, program.
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day at 8:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge,
720 West Ave., Miami Beach. Leon
J. Ell, who has just returned from
a trip to Israel, will be guest
speaker and a forum will follow
his talk. The meeting will be fol-
lowed by a games party. All
former residents of Pittsburgh and
surrounding areas are invited.
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raiDAY- DjCEMBg^iy
Personally Speaking
Miss Rita Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Solo-
mon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr., left for Columbus, Ohio, Friday to
complete arrangements for her wedding to Sam LeVine, which
will take place Sunday, January 2, in that city. While there
she will reside with her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Nachman, 820
S. 22nd St.
* *
Accompanied by their daughter, Dorothy, and son, Arthur,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S.W. 17th St., attended the
homecoming celebration at the University of Florida. They were
the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Newton
Frishman. Mr. Frishman is working toward his M.A. in psy-
chology.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Braunstein announce the birth of a
daughtetr, Michel Helen, November 13.
*
Mr. and Mis. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., are
anticipating the arrival of Mrs. Loeb's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Katz, from Los Angeles, December 18.
* *
Miss Frances Miller, office manager of the Royal Beauty
Supply Company, was married at her home Thanksgiving to
Frank J. Gross. The couple left for a honeymoon in Cuba and
upon their return will reside at 10838 N.E. 2nd Ct.
*
Naomi Machtei, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei,
left for New York last Saturday where she will remain with
relatives until her marriage to Morton Stitsky, which is sched-
uled for June 26. Naomi will enter New York University for the
spring term. She was formerly a student at Florida State Uni-
versity. In addition to her studies Naomi will be kept busy as-
sembling her trousseau in New York where she and Morton
plan to reside.
* M
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, 614 N.K. 31st St., announce
the birth of a granddaughter, Victoria Roland, born Saturday,
November 27, to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Schindler, Jackson Heights, N. Y.
* *
Miss Rita Shlafrock, freshman at Florida State University,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Shlafrock, 1857 N.W. 58th St.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Glickman, 2444 Flamingo PI., an-
nounce the birth of a dauqhter, Susan, November 12.

Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel, who formerly lived at 1351 S.W. 7th
St., have moved to their new home at 2222 S.W. 9th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. 1285 S.W. 19th Terr., returned
Monday night horn Elizabeth, N. J., where they attended the
Thanksgiving day wedding of their daughter, Charlotte, to
Stanley Fried of Elizabeth.
* *
Mrs. Hanna Sayetta, mother of Mrs. Rose Weiss, is ill and
a patient at Mt. Pleasant Convalescent Home.
* *
Mrs. Alvin Gardner is convalescing at her home following
an appendectomy'at the Biscayne Hospital last week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Golden. 1483 Center Dr., San Antonio,
Texas, announce the birth of a daughter, Carol Susan, November
19. Mr. Golden is the son of Max Goldenblank of this city.
* *
Mrs. C. Leon (Bette) Shalloway, 1946 Marseilles Drive, is
convalescing at home following a minor operation at Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
* *.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont 740 S.W. 7th St., announce the
birth of a son Edwin Stephen on November 20 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Pont is the former Helen Zalkin of
Charleston, S. C, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin of
that city.
* *
A daughter was born last Saturday to the Murray Wemgers
at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Weinger is the former Estelle
Neufield.
M + +
Carl Grossberg, of the Riverside Memorial Chapel, New
York, is spending two weeks at the Marseilles Hotel here.
o____ir___i t~ CM1, 12:15 today, will be Sam Kaplan,
Sam Kaplan To Speak icommander of Amvets, Jack
Speaker at the Sholem Lodge. Kefoed, Jr., Post No. 4. His sub-
B'nai B'rith luncheon to be held Meet will be: "Present Efforts to
at the Downtowner Restaurant at I Discredit Veterans Organizations."
Feinbcrgs United
At Beth David
In a ceremony at Beth David
Congregation on November 26,
Rabbi Max Shapiro united in
marriage Annette Silberman and
Dr. Lawrence Feinberg. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Silberman, of Wood-
bine. N. J. She is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school and at-
tended the University of Miami
where she was a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi. She was also
secretary of the Women's Ath-
letic Association and a member
of the P. E. M. club.
Dr. Feinberg is the son of Mr.
?nd Mrs. Albert Feinberg, 1945
N.W. 1st Terr. Following his grad-
vation from Miami Senior High
school the groom attended the
University of Florida. He is a
graduate of the Southern College
of Optometry in Memphis where
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi and Omega Epsilon Phi fra-
ternities. Dr. Feinberg served
three years in the Navy as a
lieutenant (J.G.). He has recent-
ly opened offices at 1442 S.W. 8th
St.
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents entertained at a
dinner in honor of the newly-
weds at the Bahama Room of the
Columbus Hotel.
Following their honeymoon the
couple will reside at 795 N.W.
32nd Ct.
Engagement Of Carolyn Saffer To Rill
Bracker Announced By Her Parents
Mescheloff Joins
Robert Tuckers
Evelyn Rosenblum, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Issie Rosenblum.
1510 Drexel Ave., was married to
Robert Tucker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Dworett, 4430 Alton Road.
Sunday afternoon, in the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. who of-
ficiated at the ceremony.
Diana Tucker, sister of the
groom, was the bride's only at-
tendant. Stanley Rosenblum.
cousin of the bride, was best man,
and Stuart Rosenblum, another
cousin, was page boy.
The bride attended Erasmus
High school in Brooklyn. The
groom is a graduate of Jefferson
High school, Elizabeth, N. J., and
is a veteran of the Army Air
Force.
A dinner followed the cere-
mony.
Gables Center To Meet
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
will hold its regular monthly
meeting Sunday at 8 p.m. at the
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. The Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a covered dish supper at 6
p.m. prior to the meeting. A pro-
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"^rnAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948
Miami Synagogues To Hold Memorial
Services For Mrs. Wise December 10
^J^lstncrSdliari
PAGE NINE
Services in all Miami Synagogues Friday, December 10,
will be conducted in memory of the late Louise Waterman
Wise, wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, on the first anniversary
of her death. Members of both the Miami and Miami Beach
Chapters of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Con-
of which Mrs. Wise was-------------------------------------------------
Rabbi Zwitman
To \ildross New
Bit Young Women
A meeting of the newly formed
Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of
the B'nai B'rith Young Women to
be held at the Stevens Hotel Sun-
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, will''
be addressed by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman, in whose honor mem-
bers of the group named their
organization.
Mayor Marcie Lieberman of Mi-
ami Beach will welcome the group
into the community and Milton
Friedman, president of the Flor-j
ida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, will present the charter
to Miss Carol Potasnik, president
of the chapter.
A play will be presented by
the group under the direction of
Miss Sandy Schocnberg.
The Misses Harriet Feinberg
and Cecile Zaretsky will be in
charge of the reception and tea
which will follow the ceremonies.
Irving Kaufman and Mark Ham-
mer, manager of the Stevens Ho-
tel, will serve as hosts to the
group.
The Colman A. Zwitman Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women
is composed of young ladies be-
tween 18 and 25. Those interested
in attending this invitation affair
and joining the group are asked
to contact Miss Potasnik.
grcss
founder and national president for
many years, will participate in
the services.
Those who will speak at the
services arc: Mrs. Benjamin T.
Sherry, Temple Israel; Mrs. Leon-
ard Glickman, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, AJC, Beth
Sholom: Mrs. A. A. Hayden, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter, Beth
David; Mrs. Louis Glasser, presi-
dent of the Florida AJC and na-
tional vice president, Miami Beach
Community Center; Malvina
Weiss, Temple Isaiah.
Mrs. Wise, who began her ca-
reer as an artist, became a social
worker at the University Settle-
ment. She organized and presided
over the Visiting Nurses Associa-
tion, Portland, Oregon. In 1914
she founded the Child Adoption
Committee of the^ Free Syna-
gogue, which has placed over
3500 children. She was president
of this committee until her death.
Mrs. Wise established the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Refugee
Houses, which have sheltered 4,-
000 refugees from many lands and
of many faiths, and the Congress
Defense Houses, which offer shel-
ter to service men of the United
States.
Mrs. Wise exhibited paintings
at Pennsylvania Academy and at
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.
C. and was a member of the Na-
tional Association of Women
Painters and Sculptors. Many of
her translations from Hebrew
have been published.
On a national scale a youth
hostel for the children of Israel
being established in memory
f Mrs. Wise by the AJC. The
project, which will be supervised
by the Youth Bureau of Israel's
Department of Education, re-
vived its first contribution from
Rabbi Wise, who donated funds
sent to him at his wife's death for
a living memorial in her honor.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Girls' Club Rehearses
First rehearsal of a Chanuka
Program to be given by the Hatik-
yah Club of Young Judaea will
be held Sunday at 7 at the Con-
gregation Beth El. Girls between
'he ages of 10 and 13 are invited.
Shirley Ross Is
Betrothed To
James Ellison
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101
S.W. 20th Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Shir-
ley, to James Ellison, son of Mrs.
Lee Ellison, San Francisco.
The wedding will take place
December 19.
Miss Ross is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High, where she was
a member of the glee club and
participated in USO service work.
She attended the University of
Miami and majored in music
there.
Mr. Ellison attended San
Francisco High, after which he
served in the Army for three
years. He is now majoring in busi-
ness administration at the Uni-
versity of California.
Mrs. Leliriiian Is
Elected Academy
PTA President
Mrs. Irving Lehrman was elect-
ed president of the Pare/it Teach-
er Association of the Hebrew
Academy at a recent meeting.
Other officers elected were: Mrs.
Jack Burris, vice president; Mrs. Irv-
ing FYankel, vice president; Mrs. Al-
fred Stone, vice president; Mrs. Jos-
eph Bolowey, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Leon Kronish, recording
secretary; Mrs. i. Rubinstein, financial
sen-clary; Mrs. Mosej Mescheloff,
treasurer; Mrs. Paviil Amlmn, organ-
ization chairman.
The following members were elected
committee chairmen: Mrs. David An-
dron, committee on by-laws: Mrs. S.
R.iliinowitz. room mother. Mrs. Sol
\j. Suearman. publicity; Mrs. TV Z.
Oinsburg, hospitality. Mrs. Jos. SolO-
wev. membership; Mrs. i. Makovsky,
library: Mrs. Sol I/. Sugarman, li-
brary: Mrs. B. 7.. Ginsburg, Hebrew
Academy Reylew associate editor; Mrs.
J. Imberman. diulm; room.
The following will serve as memhers
of the hoard of directors: The Mes-
dames trying Roxenbaum, I.eon
Chaves, Urn Zion Glnsburg, Leonard
Ollckman, T-ouis Glasser, Sydney
Cans. Jack Imberman. William
Jacobs. George Kimmel, I.ouls Levin,
Irwln Makovsky, Sidney Rablnowit*.
Max Shapiro, I. H. Rhmilson, Sol L.
Sugarman.
A program was prepared by
Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman of
the program committee, in cele-
bration of Jewish Book Month.
Mrs. Leon Kronish, Ben Yomin,
Mrs. Louis Levin and Abe Gannes
participated.
Refreshments were served and
arranged by Mrs. B- Z. Ginsburg,
Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs.
Irving Frankel.
The regular meeting day of the
PTA is on the first Tuesday of
every month.
Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen
Miamian's Wife Heads
B. B. Young Women
Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen is the
recently elected national president
of B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Past president of the District No.
5 B'nai B'rith Young Women and
co-chairman of the national con-
vention for the year 1947, she is
the wife of Seymour S. Cohen of
Miami who last year was national
president of B'nai B'rith Young
Men.
Mrs. Cohen, the former Ruth
Fagan of Washington, D. C, was
married to Mr. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel A. Cohen, 1864
S.W. 14th Terr., a year ago.
She has ben active in B'nai
B'rith Young Women for three
years and is a member of the
Frances Y. Slanger chapter in
Washington. A graduate of Roose-
velt High school in Washington.
she attended Wilson Teachers
College.
Mr. Cohen is the regional di-
rector of the Western Pennsyl-
vania and West Virginia B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization and is
now living in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Thomas Phillip Markowitz
Thomas P. Markowitz
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Thomas Phillip Markowitz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz,
801 N.E. 74th St., will be Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning at
9:30 at Beth David Synagogue.
Thomas, a student of Horace
Mann school, Miami Shores, will
address the worshippers and Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will respond.
Pioneer Miamians, the Mark-
owitzs are extremely active in
local organizational work. Mr.
Markowitz is president of Beth
David Congregation.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies. Friends and relatives
are invited to attend.
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Letters To The Editor
Regular Reader
Miami Beach, Florida
November 22, 1948
Editor. Jewish Floridian:
I am a regular reader of the
column "I'll Say" by Harry
Simonhoff and find these articles
stimulating and challenging.
Frankly. I like them. I am, per-
sonally, deeply interested in all
that concerns Israel, and want
you to know that such interest
springs from a heart that beats
with warm and tender love for
the Jewish people, for from them,
according to the flesh, our blessed
Messiah and Saviour. Jesus, came.
I am much burdened because
of the existing misunderstanding
between the Christian and Jew.
To me. it should not be, for our
holy religion has its roots in Old
Testament Judaism. As I see it.
what the flower is to the bud.
TRUE Christianity is to Judaism!
Many of our Jewish friends do
not know, and many Christians
evidently have forgotten, that the
birth of the Christian Church on
the Day of Pentecost some two
thousand years ago was from
among JEWRY.
To anyone acquainted with
Biblical Jewish history, it is well
known that anti-Semitism, as it
is currently called, began cen-
turies before the Christian area.
An Egyptian Pharoah was per-
haps the first "Hitler" on the
! pages of history and instituted the
! first Jewish pogrom. However, the
1 tragic fact remains that Church
history also reveals that some of
the most cruel and bloodiest
pogroms were instigated by of-
ficial Christianity, such as the
Spanish Inquisition. Our Jewish
j friends cannot find it easy to dis-
associate such deeds perpetrated
| against them under the guise of
Christianity from the life, char-
acter, and teachings of Christ
Himself, and one cannot blame
them for it. either, especially
when even today the same spirit
of cruel intolerance continues
against them in. and by, so-called
Christian nations and people!
I remain
Sincerely yours.
In God's will and service,
Estelle Crutcher. Minister
Beth-El Church of the Nazarene
Miami Beach. Florida.
Opportune
I. R. Goodman, Coordinator
Southeastern Conference on
Israel
Dear Mr. Goodman:
I want to express my deep ap-
preciation and great thanks for
giving me the privilege and op-
portunity of participating in the
Southeastern Conference on Is-
rael and also for the many kind-
nesses you extended so gracious-
ly to my guests.
In my humble opinion, the Con-
ference was one of the best pro-
grams that has ever been brought
to the community of Greater Mi-
ami. I am still awed by the ex-
ceedingly competent staff of au-
thorities you brought into our
midst. Without exception they
were brilliant personalities. In re-
cent months I have noted with
concern fever Hares indicating
mental illness due to social and
economic tenions in our commun-
ity. For this reason the Confer-
ence came at a most opportune
time and I am convinced that the
Conference's effect has been both
immediately prophylactic and
prophetically remedial. The Con-
ference, in my judgment, was ex-
ceptionally enlightening and in-
spiring. I should like to note also
that I have never seen a Confer-
ence conducted with greater care
given to mechanical details which
unquestionably contributed large-
ly to the success achieved.
Again I say thank you for your
great favors shown to me and my
friends. May the nation Israel
soon be at her place in the United
Nations and always continue to
inspire mankind to a greater de-
votion to the great ideals of faith,
freedom and democracy.
(Signed) Edward W. Ullrich
Dean of Christian Workers
College, Greater Miami.
Jack Gordon Appointed
Jack Gordon, state chairman of
the American Veterans Commit-
tee, was recently appointed
Southeastern Regional chairman
at the national convention in
Cleveland. Ohio, AVC head-
quarters announced.
Gordon will take his place on
the 24-man national Planning
committee, the AVC governing
body.
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for quality Kosher foods and
1 other products for the home.
, Horowitz-Margareten. too. is
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foods including Kosher canned
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represent them here because they
feel that they can be served to
best advantage by a firm which
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The Palm Distributors person-
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provision distributor here. The
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firms as Martinson's Coffee and
Chenkin's Natural Food Company
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El. 590 SW. 17th Ave.
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Mr and Mrs. Rosner
Hosts At Dinner
At Victor Opening
M,. and Mrs. David Rosner, of
,he Victor Hotel, were hosts
Tuesday evening to more than
seventy guests at a dinner which
marked the formal opening of the
Well-known Beach resort for the
current season.
Among those present were
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer,
Mr and Mrs. Edgar Pearce. Mrs.
Ethd Shochet. Fred Shoehet. Dr.
and Mrs. Julius Oshlag and fam-
ily Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth,
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rack-
ovskv. Dr. and Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky. Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Mcscheloff and family, Rabbi
Jacob Andron, Dr. and Mrs. David
Andron, Mrs. Auerbach and fam-
ily Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Landes-
man, Attorney Harry Gordon and
family. I. Chapman and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Slotnik and family,
Jacob Rosner, Miss Eva Heim-
owitz and Fred Jacobs.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Hornstein of Brook-
lyn, Mr. and Mrs. Socoloff, Phila-
delphia. Mr. Goodfriend of New
York. David Freeman, Atlantic
City, Mrs. Shapiro and Mr. Haikin
of New York City, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lefkoe of Niagra Falls.
Ardmore studio
Among members of the cast of 'The Women" which was presented by Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood on the evenings of November 30 and December 1, at Miami Beach Senior High school are Mrs.
Randolph Shevach. Mrs. William Bernstein, Mrs. Allan Herron, Mrs. Morry B. Morris, Mrs. Daniel
Sabath, Mrs. B. Stern, Mrs. Morton Luchom. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich is seated.
Hollywood B'nai
B'rith Youth Host
To West Palm Group
The Hollywood Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, enter-
tained the West Palm Beach
Chapter last weekend.
The two groups met at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center at seven o'clock Satur-
day evening. A buffet supper was
, served. Leonard Robbins, Hol-
lywood attorney, was guest speak-
Basketball League
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A final meeting of team repre-
sentatives and managers for the
all-Miami Basketball League to
be sponsored by the Miami YM-
YWHA was held at the Miami Y
this Wednesday evening. Decem-
ber 1, at 8 p.m.
The teams which participated
were Miami Beach YMHA, Elks
Lodge, and Checker Cab Com-
pany, Miami Beach; and Saint
Sophia Church, Eastern Air Lines,
be played on Saturday and Wed-
nesday evenings beginning De-
cember 18. An entrance fee of
$20.00 will be required of each
team to defray official and award
costs.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women To Fete
U. Of M. Students
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will fete University
of Miami students at a Chanuka
frolic Wednesday evening, De-
cember 8 at the Hillel House in
celebration of the approaching
Festival of Lights.
Mrs. Ida Optner, party chair-
man and B'nai B'rith representa-
tive on the Hillel Council, in co-
operation with Hillel director, Dr.
Donald D. Michelson, is planning
an evening in keeping with the
nirit of the holiday. Members of
Hillel will present a program of
songs and dances under the lead-
ership of Darby Levine and Mimi
Braunner. Dr. Michelson will con-
duct the ceremonial Kindling of
the Lights with the students par-
ticipating in the prayers. An open
invitation has been extended to
all students as well as patients
at the Pratt General Hospital.
Mrs. Optner and her co-chair-
man, Mrs. Dave Alper, will be as-
sisted in the preparation and serv-
ing of the traditional Chanuka
"latkas" by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, Mrs. Charlotte Haas,
Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. H. B.
Reichek and Mrs. Meyer Baskin.
Representatives of the fraternaties
and sororities on campus will act
as hosts and hostesses.
SOM-S MUSIC LAUGHTER

er and an open'forum was held, and Miami YMHA, Miami.
Harry Straus the Balti-
morean who heads the Tropi-
cal Park organization, arrived
from Maryland for the open-
ing of the Florida season at
the Coral Gables course last
Wednesday. In addition to his
Tropical Park duties Straus
finds time to serve as presi-
dent of the American Total-
isator Co. He also breds
horses and cattle.
following which, the entire group
! attended the golden friendship
dance of the Hollywood Youth
Association.
On Sunday morning, a swim-
ming party was held at Hallan-
dale Beach followed by a picnic
at Greynolds Park. At six o'clock
on informal get-together was giv-
en at the Jewish Community
Center.
The guests were housed in the
homes of the members of the Hol-
lywood chapter.
Life Insurance Eatates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ine. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 34616 or 4-9981
See or phone me for your
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
The league will consist of dou-
ble round robin series of games to
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
TOETK
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will eave on a new roof later
"Satiafactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 f. w. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-MM
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
ments on display for
immediate delivery in
all Jewish cemeteries.
Serving the leading
Jewish families in this
area since 1925.
Look For the 2-Story White Building
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
OPEN SUMNADAKVESRS "^ "^ ^"^ ^PHONE 4-3249
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Phone 4-0335
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
EDDIE ALPER
SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc.
EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR
WILNO
KOMI I IK MEAT PUOIHCTS
SALAAMI FRANKFURTERS BALOGNA
CORNED BEEF ROLLED BEEF PASTRAMI
Managed by
PEARL BROS.
1725 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE
PHONES 3-0021. 2-6141 and 2 6142
DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FINEST AND BEST KNOWN
NATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS ^^^^__
Magnavox
' Authorized Sales
and Service
MIAMI
BEACH
*fil?"LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE 51-7575
FREIDELE 0YSHER
The Sister of Moishe Oysher
in a
PERSONAL APPEARANCE
together with
LEON SCHACHTER
Talented Jewish Artist
Director and Star
of
Jewish Art Theatre of Philadelphia
at the
JsS. END WASH. AVE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2102
4 DAYS CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
THURS. FRI. SAT. SUN.
Dec. 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
On the Screen
All Yiddish Talkie
"Motel the Operator"
WITH CHAIM TAUBER
And All Star Cast
1
It
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i


Joseph Malek Opens
Law Office Here
Joseph Malek is announcing the
opening of law offices at 1703
Congress Building.
Malek. who received his law
degree from the University of
Miami Law School, also worked
for his B. A. at the university. He
was a member of the Internation-
al Relations club, the Psycho-
logy club and the State Junior
Bar Association. An active par-
ticipant in Hillel, he conducted
Passover services at the universi-
ty last year.
He graduated from Miami
Senior High school and took his
first two years of college work
at Wayne University and the De-
troit Irstitute of Technology.
where he was president of the
freshman class, vice president of
the sophomore class and associ-
ate editor of the Detroit Tech-
nonian.
Rev. and Mrs. Joseph
Michigan Ave., Mi-
he is treasurer of
Lodge B'nai B'rith, a
of the Miami Beach
Son of the
Malek, 1361
ami Beach.
Tropical
member
YMHA and Masada. He l<
rctive in other community
leligious affairs.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE OIRCCIT COl'RT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FIX>RIDA
IX CHANCERY. No. 120828.
MAX XECKOWITZ. rialnllff. vs.
VIOLA XECKOWITZ. Defendant.
THE STATE OK FLORIDA:
TO: VIOJ-V XECKOWITZ
In Care >f MRS RUTH OlMDA
68' Cherry Street
Vineland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to Appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
at> led cause on or before the .1 day
of January, 194s. otherwise the al-
ienations of the said BUI will be taken
aa confessed against you.
DATED this 1 day of December.
1948.
E. R. LEATHER.MAX.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
LEGAL NOTICE
JOSEPH W MAl.EK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
Congress Building
Miami 82, Florida
1J J-10-17-24
C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
also
and
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE O I NTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
Dl vis : F
CHARLES OTTO MOLDEXHAUER
I M IRY M< 'LDEXHAUER. his
wlf< ffs. vs FANNIE BOR-
DEN:
hoe naim unkni wn, .*: i II
elthei e said 1 defendants be
d< .- .--
; .-. II partii -
an interest ... l<
gainst lants and
. I part lei knowi .< hav -
;-- aiming t right,
title or interest in i i
ins; des property sit
Ins In I '.i<:- C inty, F
- : In Bli :-B of
PTRE IMLAX1 G VRI 'ENS a ord-
Ing t. th< : d in
" ge 27. of the Publ
' la of Dadi C intj Florida
Defei lanu
TO THE DEFENDANTS FANNIE
RDEN I. If i I, her a
wh tn wn, and If either
lea '.. the hi Ira
- ntees edltora and all
ruj an merest by.
or if at the said
' fend ,,r;ir< known or
unki wi having or claiming to have
any right I I interest :.n or to the
1 .; ....... ( .
lying I ing ::. P.". Fl' : -
| 'A
Lot 2 lr Bio k 2-B f STREAM-
LAN! RDENS i ordlng to
th< PI it thei : !.;: PI :
Book : Page .' f the 1
Rt rds of Da ; .:- Fl
4 y< U ave hereby
" .in the
. --. led ee before the Circuit
' Florid at the
:'-.- M ami, Dade
r before Jan
f Comi tint
gainst j 'harles Otto
I '' enhauer
-: for the uieting
- '. ng the title 1 thi above
-. -
tiffs "harles M and
'--<' ihi -> m
Mtiins of th( aaid BUI
"; ... ....
'.:
this -' lay of November.
E E v'HERMAN,
'lerk C rcu I Court
ty, I rida
: Court BeaD
By R H. RICE, JR
Deputy Clerk
ALFREt KREISLER
..... --.
: Arm Bank 1 |
-.-'.-.4
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREET-
INGS
This is to certify that, whreas.
Jack L Rosen. Miami Beach, Florida,
Helen Gorecke, Miami Beach, Florida,
., J Kronlck, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, did on the 10th day of July. AD.
194*, cauaa to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10098, Laws
of Florida. Acts of IMS, MIAMI
LEATHERCOTE COMPANY, INC.,
corporation, with its principal i I
of buaineaa at Miami Beach, Dade
County, in the state of Florida
whereas the proper officers of such
ration did on the 26th day of
November, A.D. 1948, Cause I
' the Secretary of State
Of the State of Florida, a duly au- '
then tica ted resolution adopted by the
stockholders under the provisions of
said Chapter 10098, Laws of F I la
Acts of 1925. Showing the dis lut
of such corporation, and the Secretary
of State is satisfied that the require-
entts of law have been complied
with.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF !
have hereunto get my hand
ha\e affixed the Great Peal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahasse.
the Capital, this the ;th dav of
November, A.D. 1948,
(SEAL)
R. A GRAY.
Secretary of State.
12 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT OOCRT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 120839.
IRVING OCHITILL. Plaintiff. vs.
SYLVIA OCHITII.L. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Tl I SYLVIA (H-HITII.L
-"" Elliott Plai a
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
' riled against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 3 dav
anuary, 1st?: otherwise the al-
legations of aald Bill will be taken as
conressed against you.
Dated: December J, 194.
E B. I.EATHERMAX.
-.. ,^ .lerk nt circuit Court.
'.:rt Sea!)
By M
JOSEPH W MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
greaa
M : Fl irida
:2 S-lO-17-84
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
*;' !.-. ::ng to engage In
new under the fi,tltioUS ,,
w Manufacturing Co. at 80S X F
Jfl V" .Miami, F rida, Intend to
name with the Clerk of
Florida! of Dad County.
MAX ALCON
ROBERT SAUXDFRS
WILLIAM I BRENNER 8
A"- "" >' K\ pllcanta
- -: M7-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Perl Bros, at 131) N.E. 2nd Ave.. Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
A. ft PERL
MICHAEL PERL
11/5-12-19-26 12/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlnir to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Raphael's Restaurant at 746
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade I'ounty, Florida.
EZRA RAPHAEL
12 3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IX AXD FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
120.136.
JOAN SHIRLEY CORTESE. Plaintiff,
vs COLOMBO CORTESE, Defend-
ant.
You. COLOMBO CORTESE. 926
West Tabor Road. Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania, are notified to file your ap-
pearance in the above cause for di-
vorce on the 3rd day of January. A.D
1949. otherwise Decree Pro Confess.,
will be entered against you.
Dated this 2fith dav of November
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAX.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WILLIAM STOCKING.
..___ Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
i"i'3 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
12 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
JANET OBERLAXn'' Pi".8'.'
GEORGE OliERu.N,,''I',',f,:ff; U
To: George Oberland "f,|"l-int.
1046 E. 35th Street
Brooklyn. Xew York-
You are hereby ordered tn fiu
appearance or answer to ,L 'i,?,w
complaint for divorce filed ,. '" '
by JANET OBERLAN-V ~V"'t Vou
the. r day of Deeembei "?'0r"
tner.
will
111
m-
Court.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE BAG & METAL CO., not in*
iorporated at 1212 X. W. First Avenue.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida
J. F. LAZARUS
WASMAN. SILVER SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
11 19-26 12 3-10-17
---------------------^ -^. '"> i-ii.i '
wise the allegations of ,
be taken an confessed l,v '
DOXE AXD ORDERED
of November, A.D. 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN
(Circuit Court^Val,0' C,""t CcS
By r. i GOULD
GEORGE J. TALIAXOFK"P"l> Ch*
Solicitor for Plaintiff
11/12-19-26 12/3
^NOT,CE W\^^^'
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GlVB-v .u
the undersigne.l, dealring to eiuanTt!1
business under the fi,t|,, t K '"
joel's shoes ," ,:-''!
Avenue. Miami, Florida, ,,..^1"
register said name with the PlS* t0.
SriSr c"uri "f sw
MEYER a. WOLPE
LEONARI) Wul pi.-'
WASMAN. SILVER A SAK0WIT2
Attorneys for Applicants Z
11/19-26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTI7loU7~
NAME LAW 5
NOTICE IS HHREBY GIVEN th..
the undersigned, dealring to engageta
business under the flctltloua name of
Raubs Hardware 8ervlce at ilURW
8th Street, Miami. Florida, ,': nd
register said name with th, Clerk Of
F.or.dCa:'CU,t C0Urt f M
MANUEL F. RAUBFOQEL
v,^vS-IAUT1X P RAUBKOGEL
MILTON A. FBI El .MAN ^
Attorney for Applicant a
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
11/5-12-19-26 12'3
OF
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREET-
INGS
This Is to certify that, whereas,
MARX M FEIXBERG. Miami, Florida.
SAM SEITLIN, Miami. Florida,
ANN SMAGA.I. Miami. Florida.
on the 12th day of December.
A D. '.947, cause to be Incorporated
under the provisions of Chapter 1 -
Lawa of Florida, Acts of 192".. UNITED
ACCESSORIES, INC., a corporation,
with ::- ; r: pal place "f business
at Miami, Dade County, in the Stat*>
of F>rida. and whereas the proper
' era of such corporation did on
the 28th day of November. A.D, I I!
to be filed in the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, a duly authenticated res ra-
tion adopted by the stockholders un li
the provisions of said Chapter I
I-aws of Florida. Acts of 1?::., Show- 1
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP
Notice la hereby given that Harold
the 1-M ". r,"d,Ja.>' n""'d OKrfen on
i J /lay of November. 194S di-
Ogden .? ,nCT-ir,tnershl" knowndas
OF
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
V PARTNERSHIP
-Notice Is herebv given that .K
Parrnershlp. SUZANNE SUPPER
Flown'. 34 ,N" Ml"ml Avenue. Mtam?
Mot Ida. between FDW\RO i-
gfclUPP "> SANFORDH. GOLD
BKRl, has been dissolved u^-
EDWARD E. OLASSER
J/-10-17?84NFORD ,:,"-""h
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Rudma Picture Co
St., Coral Gables,
register said name
the Circuit Court
Florida.
CHARLES S. AMDUR
Sole Owner.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney
412 Congress Bldg.
11 19-26 12 '3-10
at 3822 S.W. 8th
Fla intends to
with the Clerk of
of Dade County,
NOTICE
NUANMEERLA^CT,T,OUS
Dade
I-OUIS POWFSKT
Ing the dissolution of such ; ra-l -iphif pouVci-v
on. and the Secretary of State lal" I2-:?-2^ 12 3-ifJ TO"H*1
of!
satisfied that the requirements
law have been complied with.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal
the State of Florida, at Tallahas-
see, the Capita!, this the 26th da
of November, A.D. 1?4?
(SEAL)
R. A. GRAY
Secretary ( State
12 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Wit the CJerk of ,^^^8rtt'r,5a,', namt
-tvkM; cu"Court of
, ,..,... _f-\MUEL LANGER
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
""L "',Il,i:,AI' CPRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IX CHANCERY. No. 120889
PAULINE MAE FlORniLISO. Plain-
DILIso. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-
TK9piV^KoA(rAri'KioRDii-iso
Jamaica South. Long Island,
Xew York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above-
styled cause on or before the dav
of December. 1948: or a Decree Pro.
' onfesso win he entered against vou
Dated at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this 9 dav of November. 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Conr,C!?eVf ClrCU" CUrt
By WM. W.
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealring to .-ngagi in
buMneaa under the flctli :. *Te 0"
Click Pjoducta c0. at 333 x \v *nd
Lane, Miami. Florida, Intend, to "^
st.:- said name with I '|ert of
^Circuit Court of Dad. Count,!
LOUIS ZAKARIX
s.4e Owner
M 26 12 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to -ngage In
blneaa under the flctltloua nlme of
the Tape Measure at 142'> \ \v frd
Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend, to
regis er said name with the Clert of
FloridarCUlt CO"r, f "a'!" C
MARTIN GREEXBERG
,. ... s",e Owner.
11 26 12 8-10-17-24
JOSEPH W. MALEK
solicitor for Plaintiff
li3 Congrese Building
Miami 32. Florida
'.1 12-19-26 12 3
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the flctli m of
0e-l-Aunder-Rite" at :: g.w. 1st
street. Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
' Mid name in, the Clerk of the
uM ourt of Dade O inty, Flor-
1(1.l#
G. B. SCHOLTEX8
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FR1EDMAX
Attorney for Applicant
1051 Seybold Bldg
Miami. Fla.
II ".-12-19-26 12/3
Mendelsohn's SSC^Y Restaurant
"30" Coll.na Ave.. Miami Beach
WHERE THE FISEST MEET TO DISE
TELEPHONE S-90&5
AIR COOLEDa* BEER AND WINES SERVED
Free Parking in Rear
NOT.CE N^|R FACTITIOUS
. ess -i- '.- i ,,,. cr>caKe in
Miarr.:. Flo-Ma i^_2l" ,n s,rt.
12 3-10-".7-24-31
DE SOTO HOTEL
And Health Resort
Ideal for relaxation and health building. A modern
steam heated hotel, all rooms with prWaie bath or
shower. Physiotherapy treatments; message, mineral
and cabinets baths; rational food.
SAFETY HARBOR, FLA.
TEL.: CLEARWATER 257
NOTICE
. lffljB"iX!?m,0u
Florida
ELRY STOxg WESTR'CH
NOT'CE UaS**, f ,ct'tious
.NOTICE irMAELBAYWGIVEX tha,
BERXARD HORN
LEO .HEInST" KALM
:\vi7:'>r,fc,r Applicanta
LSin? FUC:'lC BuUdin-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ex-Ray Shoe Store at 1117 W. Flagler
St., intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
' ounty, Florida.
L FR1EDI.ER
Sole Owner
BIRNETT ROTH
Attorney
412 Congress Bldg.
11'19-28 12/8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Essex Village Texaco at 201 E 4th
Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
tV ,circult Court of ^de Countv.
Florida.
RALTH. ROBERT and
.1 ,, ,nN.ORMAN ROSEN.
11'a-12-19-26 12 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I
("underalgned, di all ng ens iga In
buaineaa under the flctli
hum <5 ".*" SuPP'y '"'I Tir. Co. at
.'. N. \\. :th Avenue, Miami, tin.
intends to register aaid name with
the ( leik of the CIrcu I C irt of
I 'ounty. Florida.
EMMANUEL COT1N0
..,. So| Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
11/12-19-28 12'3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
"llSP V,1R^K,IT OOFRT OF THE
[-,T rvttrSJS^ IN AN'n F^R I>ADE
W ~ IN CHA-N'OERY, No.
E^VTJ1 1 fTOAHT. Plaintiff, vs.
BRINO WILLIAM STUART. De-
Mdant.
You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART
I t Allagash AP97. Co Postmaster,
New Wk. New York, are notified to
e your appearance In the above
cause for divorce on the 10th dav of
De> ember, A.D. 1948, otherwise decree
pro ronfesso win be entered against
A D,t? E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
ult Court Sean
By M. C. FEIGE.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN^0' ^
rnejr at Law
- Seybold Building
Florida
-'- -'.--26 XZJi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigrned, desiring to engage in
businesa under the flrtitio:;v name of
1'OITI.AR HOMES at ..i" West Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad. C<
Florida.
ALEX H. RICHARD
ir-^ c MAX SHLAFRO'K
LEO 8HEINER
Attorney for Applicants
1204-03 Pacific Building
Miami. Florida.
U/5-12-19-26 12 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THK
1IT1I JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN A*iD
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.-
IX CHANCERY. No 120468
FREDERICK C. THOMSON, : ntiff.
vs. JOY Thomson. D. fen
THE STATE OF Ff,ORIP\
TO: MRS. JOY THOMSON
Batchelors Barn
Vlpn Road
Andover. Hants.
England
You are hereby notified and
Jo appear to the Bill of C Int (or
Divorce filed against you ir. '
Styled cause on or before the 13 day
of December, 1948: otherwise U>e al-
legations of said Bill of Complainant
will be taken as confessed agalnat
you.
DATED this 12 day of No\ember,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit ro:rt.
(Circuit Court Se^D
By Wat w
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plalnu/f
1703 Congiess Buildfng
Miami | Florida
ti/l-4 12/S-18
STOCKING
Deputy C


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1848
Miller Announces
Game Nights For
Center Fund Drive
Two game nights on behalf of
the building fund for the new
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center were announced by Ger-
shon S. Miller, chairman of the
youth division for the 1948-49
Building. Fund Campaign.
The game nights will take place
on successive Sunday evenings,
December 5 and 12. Scene of the
activities will be the Amvets Hall,
*liBfoft ihriJiafj
Piano Duo, DoughteryAniRuzicka,
tJ^Mmunlly Concert Series
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Miami Beach High Sch^o" dS. FarM.""1 B,Mh YMYWHA-
erw'and0 v"1315, ?"? DUgh- l ^^ ne of the outstanding
erty and Vincenz Ruz.eka. will musical units to be heard todav
maueuratp thP thi,H ^,.i n._. iedra loaav
Children's Home Group
To Sponsor Luncheon
The annual membership des-
sert-luncheon of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver
will be held on Tuesday at 12:30
P-m. at the Colony Restaurant
211 23rd St., Miami Beach.
A mother and daughter fashion
show will be presented by Irene
Miller's dress salon, with models
from Fred Allan Models.
Mrs. Ben Bloom, chairman of
the day announces the following
committees: Mrs. Frank S. Cole,
program chairman; Mrs. M. B.
Ross, publicity chairman; Mrs.
Sam Alexander and Mrs. Sam
Luby, ticket chairmen, and Mes-
dames George Feller, John Feller
Mel Crane, Albert Dubler, Her-
man Wronker, Abe Pollack, Ruth
Kane, Gisela Newlander, Harriet
Jamison and Francine Dayan,
hostesses.
Admission will be paid up mem-
bership.
Spanish Lessons
Grammar or conversation at your
convenience, private or groups,
taught by Cuban Native Lawer.
Tel. 82-6901
Nilo C. Regojo 73 N.W. 27th St.
Silverplating
Chrome Brass Gold
CENTURY PLATING &
ENGINEERING CO.
3134 Coral Way
CHARLES POSNER, Owner
Tel. 48-2456
Top Price Paid for
MEN'S USED CLOTHING
Al'S
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
inaugurate the third annual Com-
munity Conceit Series, sponsored form.
on the American concert plat-
Gershon Miller
235 Fifth St., Miami Beach. Co-
sponsors on December 5 will be
the BBYM and Debbs Chapter of
Miami, while Tropical Lodge
B'nai B'rith and Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter will co-sponsor
the December 12 event.
The public is invited to attend.
Arons. Lelchuk To
Be United Sunday
No personal invitations will be
issued for the wedding of
Sheldyne Frances Arons, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Arons,
1152 N.W. 6th Ave., to Sheldon
Neal Lel'huk, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar C. Lelchuk, which will take
place Sunday at 3 p.m. in the
Lelchuk home. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate at the garden
ceremony. A reception will fol-
low. Friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.
Koppelman To Attend
UZR Meet In New York
Irving Koppelman, treasurer of
the Florida chapter of the Unitetd
Zionists Revisionists of America,
will be a delegate at the organiza-
tion's national convention to be
held December 11 and 12 at the
"eedom House in New York City.
One of the highlights of the con-
Wave will be a first-hand report
n the situation in Israel by ex-
ecutive director, Dr. Harry Levi.
recently returned from there.
eir Grossman, president of the
world Revisionist Organization
revision,.st representative on the
orkl Zionist executive commit-
m!'f'VXpected to attend the
Z JosePh Schechtman,
Pre .dent of UZR and its repre-
sentat.ve on the Jewish Agency,
!!!i P^ide over the conference.
by the Miami Beach YM-YWHA,
in Miami Beach High school audi-
torium on Wednesday evening,
December 8 at 8:30.
Virtually unknown eight years
ago, the names of Dougherty and
Ruzicka are now recognized
across the continent as one of the
most popular two piano teams on
the American concert stage. Ac-
claimed by public and press for
their musical and temperamental
accord, these two Americans have
been classified as an unusually
refreshing combination.
Dougherty specialized in music
at the University of Minnesota.
He is a former pupil of Josef
Lhevinne and composer Ruben
Goldmark. In 1930 he made his
debut as a solo pianist in New
York. Subsequently he appeared
in European capitals in associa-
tion with many leading artists.
Dougherty is a well known com-
poser as well as pianist and has
written music for string quartets,
piano and violin.
Vincenz Ruzicka was a child
prodigy. Young Ruzicka made his
debut as a solo pianist when he
was thirteen years of age. At six-
teen he won the national prize
for American music. Two years
later he performed with the Chi-
cago Symphony. He studied at
the University of Chicago and
then in Europe. While still in his
twenties he was appointed head
of the music department at the
University of Texas. Soon after-
ward he came to New York to
continue his studies and there
met Dougherty.
Both were established artists
when in 1939 they joined forces
Other artists to be presented in
this series are Jean Casadesus,
pianist, in January; Mischa El-
man, violinist, February; Andres
Segovia, guitarist, March; and
Rose Bampton, Metropolitan so-
prano, April.
Isaiah Youth To Party
A surprise party has been
planned by Temple Isaiah's
Young Folks' League for Sunday
evening in the Temple haTl. There
will be dancing, entertainment
and refreshments. A welcome ad-
dress will be given by Rabbi Raab
and by Dr. Seymour Kreisler, act-
ing chairman of the group. Miss
Gloria Berry, social chairman,
and Jerry Linet, program chair-
man, are in charge of the party.
Sholem Asch Sea Gull
Cabana Club Visitor
Sholem Asch, noted Jewish au-
thor, is again a member of the
Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club
on 21st St. and the Ocean. He is
now working on a new book, in
which he will mention many of
the highlights of Miami Beach.
Mr. Asch, who writes his notes
out in longhand while basking on
Ihe sands of the Sea Gull beach,
did most of his work on his latest
success, 'Tales of My People"
there. Some of his books include
"The Nazarene" and "East River."
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tSMtOUUD TO muSFOOR YEARS lATER

TODAY HE IS EDITOR 0? !PL*Y1N WR
KEMFER* AND THE'ha "> >- [ =
OfflOAl TIPOISH mO ENCUSn '*, Of
THE OS IAMR ZIONIST MMM'nT
SINCE Ri5 RR;A4. tw .N *E0 STATES.HE
HAS CROSSES --: ::.*'' Sc.iM. TV:S.
SHAWN* IN MAAif Of UM* ZtiN.SM.-C S **
accomplished "ERr orator .
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i;- ;.- .-.MU TTU AND Of THE EXECUTIVE
SPOKESMAN FOR TMf iARoi rtefi .
IN AMERICA. A/HO Ui MH i*tr.M, m
SERVICE TO tfAUfnfi mNUHOI isfcAfl
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Photo Arts
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1 advertising by firms thi ng it 1 -nil : Rud .-- executi\e
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7- Ace Lett Ser ted at llfl N.E 6th St en :r
fc asin mce 1927 and nsi 1 the largest of its l
-. : .- mg, the firm is equipped to r.ai
Standing, left to right. R. J. Crystle. Mary Rubey. Goldie
Shenkmar.. Benjamin Shorstein. M. P. Bock. Arthur Porcelain.
Harold Watman. William Magir.nis. Harry Kantor. Dorothy Turner.
Sylvia Bujaky. Sitting, left to right. Anne Miller. Fannie Naihan-
son. Margaret Adelberg. Betty Meyer. Louise Walker, Jeanne
Rentschler and Dolores Dickover.
MOTOR TUNE UP
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Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 2-CS3, ?:er 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks
Town Hall Lists Talks By Singer
Wendt, La Galliene, FPA, Nance
t
You may obtain your copy of
SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL
Written by
lilt. JACOB H. KAPLAX
By calling at or writing to
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NX. 19th ST.. MIAMI
or by writing
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087, MIAMI. FLA
Price $230
a
Sp :-.- lecture will discuss -Successful Living" in
7 Hall I Miami | his April 6 address.
F
zr.d by Herrr.ar.
Tickets for the series may be
obstamed at Temple Israel, 137
N.E. 19th St.
Herman B
o%lto
his violin his orchestra
Limited engagements now aocepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366
A Binder, Town
Hall president.
The speakers ...
Dr. Kurt llracli Auxiliarv
author Directors Meet'
IV **+ A ^-"" Wendt.'. ^' -^x Greenberg will open
f ^A iit r:al director ^C'r "jf at,1100 U0tr- St- Mia^:
M- nee Ill-as- ?eac> Tuesday at 8 p.m.. to the
gazine; JardK ^mbers of the Miami
Eva La Gaili- Beach Auxiliary of the Jewish
enne no'ed ac* Horne for *he A8ed for a meeting
rthor; arf recePlifn g g
columnist, author, and "Informa- ImPi^tant flans for fund rais-
t.^^ du. tn :r-S *'iU be discussed. Mrs. Ben-
Please mainstay; and Dr.'jamin sherr>. president> asserts.
E. C. Nance, president of the An anniversary meeting of the
University of Tampa. auxiliary will take place Tues-
Dr. Singer, who was a meir.be- day afternn. December 28, with
of the Allied Nations underground RoVT^" ,heuSuTmer
;- wr^u n- tt Book PrJect under the chair-
in World War II, will speak on manahip of Mrs. Sol Silverman.
-Beyond the Iron Curtain" at |------------------------------
Temple Israel on January 3 Gym Group Swims
Dr. Wendt wiu speak January The women's athletic class.
2,. He is a leading authority on I which meets at the Miami YM-
atomic energy and its use in con- YWHA gj-mnasium each Tuesday
structive ceyelopment. Miss La! afternoon at 1:15 o.m., began al-
,.e/'ne %V. Sp,eaK 0n Theatre t-mating its activities between
-1949 in her lecture on Feb- the regular gymnasium class and
ruary 23. a ttAaA party at the Venetian
Adams, wno is known as F. P Pool. Transportation will leave for
A., will lecture on 'Sense and the pool from the Y at 2 p.m. on
Nonsense ..larch 15. Dr. Nance| alternate Tuesdays.
At'oo. time or ******* I'm*
At oh time fSZZJsmU oref-
com* upeet ljltter7.(:;e,SmS
wrought DTT.Thi tMSW* m
work well the nt day. .f ywgX
Um ret you need. At "^EJaodi
not do m to many lhousaa for orer xty yeanVJ
Miles NERVINE
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genuin. Mile* NerrinA.
Hat. it on haodtnd he
prepared oext um t*
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too awake or make r
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WHtBrnH HR^^I
p,mAY. DECEMBER 3, 1948
Final Plans Made
For AJC Women's
Dance December 12
Arrangements for the first an-
nual dance of the Miami Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, to be
held at the Grotto Sunday, De-
cember 12 at 8:30 p.m. are near-
ine completion, according to Mrs.
A A Hay den, president, who is
working in close cooperation with
Dance Chairman Mrs. Ben Essen
and her committee.
Harvey Bell, popular night club
entertainer, will serve as M. C.
and Crusty Drybread's orchestra
will P^y for dancin. Mrs- Hay"
den announced. Ethel and Manola
of the Raleigh Hotel will present
a dance exhibition.
Goldman Named
Palsy Assn. Head
Irving I. Goldman was re-
elected president of the Cerbral
Palsy Association at a recent
meeting at Central school.
Other new officers are: Mrs.
Robert Weinstein, Mrs. Sidney
Boeninger, and Harry Rosen-
bloom, vice presidents; Mrs. Irv-
ing G. Kobley, treasurer; Mrs.
Lorene Strang, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. J. G. Knapp, recording
secretary: and Mrs. Marilyn Spain,
corresponding secretary.
The new board of directors in-
cludes: Samuel Gold, Eli Andron,
Robert Weinstein, Lionel J. Sil-
vcrman, Dr. Robert Allan and
Sidney Boeninger.
^J^IstinDrictigtr
Klein. Kaplan
Attend JWV Meet
Dr. Maurice Klein, state com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, and A. J. Kaplan, adjutant,
attended a quarterly executive
meeting of the Florida depart-
ment in St. Petersburg recently.
Dr. Klein was honor guest at a
banquet given by the St. Peters-
burg post at the Empire Hotel
there.
During the course of the two
day business session, delegates
passed five major resolutions ask-
ing Congress to pass more liberal
DP legislation, to give immediate
recognition to the State of Israel,
to ask the United Nations to
recognize Israel and to grant it a
vote in U.N. affairs, and to pass
in original form the Taft-EUend-
er-Wagner Housing Hill.
The group also approved resolu-
tions asking for liberalization of
loans for veterans' housing, re-
questing each Florida post, JWV.
to support the sale of U.S. Sav-
ings Bonds through press and
radio, setting a date for. JWV
Poppy Day, and planning a May
Memorial Day program in honor
of Jewish war dead.
A tour of Bay Pines facilities
ended the two-day meet.
n-
ill
the
House
Miami Y Launches
League Competitions
Last week marked the begi.
nmg of basketball and volleyba
House League competition in
Miami YM-YWHA.
In the Intermediate Hou
Basketball League, the Maccab
oee Juniors, captained by Irving
witch kow, barely nosed out the
AU Stars, piloted by Stu Lubitz,
21 to 20.
In the Senior House Basketball
J-eague. the Habohnim team cap-
tained by Nat Golzbein, defeated
I \ Pialik team- led *y
Koel, 34 to 22.
In the Men's Volleyball Leag
Which followed the Lox
int !3reakfast on Sunday u.
ng. the Heavyweights, led
T*S Gladstone, romped
7 BIa<* Sheep; and the Olden
'*. led by Dave Davis,
ouT f Goody Noddies in a
TV 3 three game series-
it. Sunday morning immedi-
JJy following the Lox and
tK?st and discussion gi
Black Sheep will play
S, Timer, and the Heavy
Si meet the Goody
Joe
:ue,
and
morn-
by
over
won
best
Bagel
group,
the
Sholem Lodge Women
To Sponsor Brunch
Sholem Lodge Women of B'nai
B'rith will sponsor a membership
brunch and fashion show Tues-
day, 12 noon, December 14, at the
Clover Club, it has been an-
nounced by President Mrs. Harry
Gordon.
The fashion parade will be sup-
ervised by Mrs. Emphy Benway,
fashion coordinator of Burdine's
Department store in Miami, and
PAGE FIFTEEN
holiday frocks modeled by Bur-
dine's fashion models will be on
display.
Guest of honor at the affair will
be Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, wife of
the national secretary of B'nai
Bnth. She recently attended the
United Nation's general assembly
sessions in Paris as a representa-
tive of the B'nai B'rith women's
supreme council, of which she is
a vice president.
The entire program is under the
direction of the Mesdames Sam
Silver and Charles R. Jacobson.
Favorites Chalk Up Good
Record at Biscayne Track
Thus far, favorite players at
the Biscayne dog track have had
a fair measure of success. For
instance during the first seven
nights of play, twenty first-
choices rewarded chalk players
or an average of almost 3 a
night. This amounts to a per-
centage of 28 plus and 33 1/3
percent of winning favorites and
is considered very good. As the
season progresses and players
become more familiar with the
ability of the greyhounds there
should be an increase in the
number of winning choices.
Rabbi Shapiro Speaks
Rabbi Max Shapiro joined the
Rev. Glenn C. James and the Rev.
J. H. McAtee in a discussion of
"The Spiritual Status of the
Family" at a meeting of the Dade
County Council of the PTA held
at Citrus Grove school Wednes-
day morning.
CARE
GOES
WHERE
HUNGER
Hunger, today, is the capital of many countries.
Millions of minds, wanting peace and freedom, are
mocked by empty stomachs.
To these countries to the men, women and children
who are these countries CARE goes.
CARE goes with parcels of food, with clothing, with
woolen blankets.
But CARE goes nowhere without YOU.
Non-profit CARE makes it simple and convenient for
you to help persons or families you know in Europe.
Non-profit CARE sends more for Jour money than you
can send in any other way. Non-profit CARE guarantees
delivery or refunds your money.
CARE is government-approved. Twenty-six major
American relief groups are members of CARE.
If you are now sending parcels abroad, please in-
vestigate CARE's organization. Through CARE, buying
in immense volume, you can send more for less. If you
are not now sending help abroad, the need is urgent.
Full information from CARE, 50 Broad Street, New
York. Or from your local bank, YWCA, Western Unioo
city offices, your local CARE committee.
CAKE
50 Broad Street, New York 4, N. Y.
THIS MESSAGE ON BEHALF OF CARE MADE POSSIBE THROUGH THE COOPERATION OF:
Leo Gerngoss
MIAMI BEACH
Club Greenacres
HOLLYWOOD


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rjenisti FhridHan
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
- raiDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak 00
"The Character of Rebekah.'' Mr. anil
Mrs. Nathan W. Kritzer will be hosts
for the Oneg Shabbal following the
services on Friday evening and Sat-
urday. Saturday morning service at
10 a.m. Sunday School at 10:80. He-
brew School Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation
and Bar Mltzvah classes at extra ses-
sion Thursday at 3 p.m.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Regular Sabbath eve services for
Jewish patients and residents of the
Coral Gables area at Pratt General
Hospital chapel at S p.m. Robert Berg-
man, director, Will preach. An
1'iirg Shabbat featuring the Kid-
duah, folk and Sabbath songs. Jewish
humor and readings, also refreshments,
will follow. Everyone Is welcome As
patients must retire by S45 wor-
shippers are asked to arrive promptly
at 8.
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus. University of Miami.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible Class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan.
teacher. An open forum follows.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning at S:30. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will speak on Touble Ed-
ucation.'' Junior services held for
children of elementary school age in
the Religious School annex at 10 a.m.
under direction of Max Bertman of the
faculty. Kiddush will be served under
direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mln-
cha at 5 followed by Snaloa Beudoa
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
1 '. f the Week. Sunday School
at 9:80 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to
: :
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Fr:day evening services at I 12
Services this week dedicated to the
PTA Participating will be Mrs Max
Feldman, president, with Mrs. .\ u n
!e!i and Frank Rose. Rabbi
Shai topic will be '''Enough of
I ear] Harl J- b in and
a pr >f< Ml si choir will participate in
the servl .- Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
ti will t hosts at a re
f II' Ing the servli ei
son T':.. .- Bar Mltsvah.
nad< thi I fferlnj
The Bar Mltsvah will tak- pi
Saturday moraine services at
The first In a series .:' Sunday Bar
''.-.. its I in 1 girls
nd over n e held tl
Ss at i
Si services at 1
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 17; 1
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
':'' lay : .:._- -:-.: .-- .-, :'
Ral ; h on "Of the ;
K Ige Th Shalt Eat" in :.
N nal Jew ish } 'k M ntl
- a.rr. and '.' | m At Sat-
in :.. n mini servl es Ral I wlU
The Weeklv Portion of
the Law." John, s-n of Mr and Mrs
Ira C Walsey will become Bar Mlts-
vah, Junior Congregation at i-:30. C^n-
reakfaat Sunday morning
at 9:11 the chapel. Hebrew school
M r. lay through Thursday 3:3 to
Snnday school '.o o'clock t" noon.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon K onish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:15
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Separa-
tion .'f Church and State in Is-
A reception will follow the
services. Sabbath service at 10:45
Dalton Becker will become Bar Mltz-
vah. Sunday school at 10:45 for chil-
dren from 4H to .15. Hebrew classes
weekdays from 3:15 for children T1^
to 14.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:15. Stu-
dents' services at 1" a.m. Sat., super-
vised by Bernard W. Kimmel of the
Religious school staff. Bar Mltzvah
of Lawrence Lapln, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Lapln. Sunday school at
10 a.m. Daily RellgoUl school from
330 to 6 p m. Dallj services 8 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening servl es at 5:15;
Saturday morning services at 9
a m. Rabbi Simon April will Speak
on "The National Ideal" Mlshna
class at 5 p m Mil ha at 5:30 p m. foi-
. I I SI S l< I I Thi- Rabbi
will speak "ii the Portion of the Week
Sui lay School at 10 a.m.; Hebrew
School dally from 3:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Daily Bervi ..: 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Rev Clareno C Btauffer, of
aant Park Christian Church ai
president '. :he Ministerial Associa-
tion, will speak on "The Christian
Community's Challenge to Congrega-
tion Emanu-Kl and to Rabbi Marius
Ranson." Rabbi Ran* r. will res
with "My Work Here" a reception
will follow In the social hall. The
t" attend the si
at p.m ind the reception at 8:80
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:1^ .-
i.il ;: for the new m w\
be offe Sai irday morning at -
Th.- Rabbi will speak on "D<
Rrit.ii:; and A -.ii.es "
Saturday evening len i: 4 The
Rabbi will address the congrega-
te :: r.n "Inner Ci nfll t Mir -
Cha at 4:30 followed by ShalOS Seudog
and a program of Hebrew songs and
mlros Dally services at 7:30 a.ra
Class in Mlshna will be addressed by
the Rabbi following the services.
Services at 5:15 p.m. foiowed by a
is l:i Jewish laws and customs.
Maartv at S p.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 4925
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Fr. lay evening services at 8:15. The
will speak on "The Struggle
for Freedom." Rita Hyman Bukstel,
soprano, will be guest soloist accom-
i Bi tty Halem, pianist. A re-
ception will follow. The public is In-
vited. Thanksgiving party for Reli-
-> us h >] Sunday at 1" a.m. Movies
will be sh'wn by Abe SVhonfeld.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at S:15
condu. ted I > Rabbi Zwitman. The
will be "Tomorrow Is
Her.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Plan Luncheon
Johnny Howard, comedian
formerly appearing in the Harem
room at the Latin Quarter, will
act as master of ceremonies at the
Coral Gables Women B'nai B'rith
quota luncheon on Tuesday, 12:30
p.m. at Erving's Restaurant on
Coral Way.
A change in program has been
announced by Mrs. William Hech-
ler, chairman. The new program
Will consist of the Cadillac Hotel
floor show plus four rumba ex-
hibitions. The luncheon will also
feature a talk on membership by
Mrs. Irving Becker, first vice
president of Women's District
Grand Lodge 5 and district mem-
bership retention chairman.
Co-chairman Mrs. H. Bernstein
advises that some plates are still
available at $10 per plate and
checks should be sent to the sec-
retary-treasurer of the quota j
luncheon committee, Mrs. Mildred I
Suss. 120 A villa Ct., Coral Gables.
tribute to the memory of Henriet-
ta Szold, founder of Hadassah.
on the occasion of her birthday.
A reception will follow the pro-
gram and the public is invited.
Associated Photographers
Appearing left to right are members of the cast "Price on
Survival," a drama to be presented by the Hadassah Players
Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Miami YMHA, seated, the Mes-
dames David Hess, Sol Rovin, Harold B. Cohen; standing, the
Mesdames George Buch. Harry Laufer, Ernest Chernolf, Manuel
Burstein.
Hadassah Players To Present
"Price On Survival" Monday Night
"Price on Survival," a drama
performed by the Hadassah Play-
ers, will highlight a program pre-
sented by the organization's Mi-
ami chapter Monday night at 8
o'clock at the Miami Y.
The cast will include the Mes-
dames David Hess, Harry Laufer,
Ernest Chernoff, Sol Rovin,
George Buch, Monica Monheit,
Joseph Weitzner. Manuel Bur-
stein and Harold B. Cohen. Mrs.
Rovin will direct, Mrs. Joseph
Sugarman will act as stage man-
ager and Mrs. Irving Sperling will
have charge of the costumes.
A Chanuka candle lighting
ceremony will precede the play
and the Singers of Israel, under
the direction of Joseph Schrieb-
man, with Leon Schiff as soloist,
will render Hebrew and Jewish
folk songs.
Mrs. Ben S. Hertz will pay
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PAGE SIX mJewMh noridHtn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948 Deborah Hadassah Plans Dinner Dance The Deborah Group of Hadassah is making plans for a dinner dance to be held in the Variety Club at the Alcazar Hotel. Sunday. December 19, at 6:30p.m. Mrs. Alex Strauss has been appointed chairman of the event. Mrs. Louis Gidney and Mrs. Joe Postal are sub-chairmen. Also serving on the committee are the Mesdames Norman Babel. Sam Coolik. Ed Dokson, Herbert Gutman. Alex Robbins, Ralph Robbins and Jack Woinstein. Dress is optional and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Strauss at 5-7633. Final plans for the affair will be formulated at a regular meeting of the group at the Miami Beach YMHA, December 13. at 1 p.m. Chanuka will be the theme. Mrs. Edith Levin, president, will report on the Hadassah convention which she attended recently in Atlantic City. A program featuring Singer Pauline Fried and an interpretive dancer has beer, arranged by Mrs. Julius Mufson. program chairman. Mrs. Nelson Announces Luncheon Hostesses Zionist Youth Coiiiinitt Each Wednesday various bazaar booth directors serve as hostesses ?t these functions for the purpose o! collecting bazaar merchandise. The last of these "showers" will be held on December 15. the week preceding the opening of the bazaar. Law Partners Open Lincoln Road Office Announcement is made of the association of Charlotte Kay Black, Samuel B. Pearlman and Edith Held Cooper for the practice of law at 235 Lincoln Road under the firm name of Black. Pearlman and Cooper. Miss Black, who attended Miami Beach High school, is now secretary of the alumni association of that institution. She graduated from the University of Miami Law school and has been a resident of Miami Beach for twelve years. Pearlman was formerly associated with the firm of Fischel. Hart and Kahn in Chicago and is a member of the Illinois and Florida bar. Also receiving a degree from the University of Miami Law school, Mrs. Cooper and her husband, Murray Cooper, a local business man, are active members of the Miami Beach chapter of the American Veterans Committee. Loon SHisH'hler On Plaza Kill Leon Schachter, director and star of the Lincoln Art Theatre, is currently appearing on the same bill 'with Friedle Oysher, internationally known Jewish comedienne, at the Plaza Theatre. Miss Oysher. sister of Moishe Oysher. is well known for her performances in Yiddish sketches and scenes and for her inimitable presentation of Jewish folk songs and ballads. r* Esther Chapter AJC Meet The Esther Chapter, the Yiddish speaking group, of the American Jewish Congress, will meet 8 p.m. Monday at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Miss Pauline Pfefferman and Mrs. Sam Hodinck will entertain. Refreshments will be served. twelve years he was director of the MacKinley Square Theatre in the Bronx. He has been affiliated with the Lincoln Art Theatre in Philadelphia for the last two years. Mr. Schachter has appeared in "Sholem Alechem," "Schwer zu Sein ein Yid," and Scholem Asch's "Gott fin Nekume." He played for a short time on the New York stage in "Next Door to Broadway." At present Mr. Schachter is making a tour of the country. This program will continue at the Plaza through Sunday. Slip, Covers f Upholstering | Draperies tied Spreads ) Head Boardn Cornices < Made to Order n Reasonably Priced ,, Quality work guarauteed I THE ORIGINAL fJOSEPH J. &f R A W L S O N t k 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE i PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES Export Dept. Opened Albert J. Hirsch, president of the Royal Beauty Supply Company, who recently returned from a business trip to Nassau, announces the opening of a newexporting department which will take care of Cuba, Nassau and South America. Y Forms Chess Club The YM & YWHA of Miami Beach through the chairman of its program committee, Mrs. David Walterman, announces the formation of a Chess & Checker Club which held its first meeting recently. The club is under the direction of Gershon Miller, well known as a chess and checker player. Any persons interested in participating are urged to inquire at the Y about subsequent meetings. Leon Schachter On the same program is an all Yiddish film, -Motel the Operator," with Chaim Tauber and an all star cast. Mr. Schachter, whose appearance here was arranged by his brother. Jacob, a local resident, is a pioneer in the theatre. For MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 BEDROOM APT. TO SHARE Will share apt. on Beach with Woman or Girl. Prefer Businesslady. Kosher kitchen. Mrs. Jacobson 900 Pennsylvania Ave., Apt. 1 Phone 5-9312 Chicago Club Elects Election of officers for the 1949 season of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami was held at its regular monthly meeting last Sur.dav. The new officers are: Michael M. Isenberg, president: Meyer M. Friedman, first vice president: Hylan Kout. second vice president: Maurice C. Cohn. third vice president; Shirley Alperstein. secretary". Marion Goldfarb. financial secretary; Alex Golblatt, treasurer. AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON [-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI L-TEL. 3-3431„ YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IIOVT READ THIS Unless you are interested in a sure thing and have at least $50,000.00 in cash to invest. I have a small subdivision which contains large home sites, a 2-acre motel site with egress-ingress to U. 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PAGE EIGHT -.knlst fhrMlan raiDA YDjC EMBg^iy Personally Speaking • Miss Rita Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr., left for Columbus, Ohio, Friday to complete arrangements for her wedding to Sam LeVine, which will take place Sunday, January 2, in that city. While there she will reside with her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Nachman, 820 S. 22nd St. Accompanied by their daughter, Dorothy, and son, Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S.W. 17th St., attended the homecoming celebration at the University of Florida. They were the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Frishman. Mr. Frishman is working toward his M.A. in psychology. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Braunstein announce the birth of a daughtetr, Michel Helen, November 13. %  %  Mr. and Mis. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., are anticipating the arrival of Mrs. Loeb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz, from Los Angeles, December 18. Miss Frances Miller, office manager of the Royal Beauty Supply Company, was married at her home Thanksgiving to Frank J. Gross. The couple left for a honeymoon in Cuba and upon their return will reside at 10838 N.E. 2nd Ct. • %  %  %  Naomi Machtei, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, left for New York last Saturday where she will remain with relatives until her marriage to Morton Stitsky, which is scheduled for June 26. Naomi will enter New York University for the spring term. She was formerly a student at Florida State University. In addition to her studies Naomi will be kept busy assembling her trousseau in New York where she and Morton plan to reside. M Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, 614 N.K. 31st St., announce the birth of a granddaughter, Victoria Roland, born Saturday, November 27, to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schindler, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Miss Rita Shlafrock, freshman at Florida State University, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shlafrock, 1857 N.W. 58th St. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Glickman, 2444 Flamingo PI., announce the birth of a dauqhter, Susan, November 12. %  % %  % %  %  Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel, who formerly lived at 1351 S.W. 7th St., have moved to their new home at 2222 S.W. 9th St. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. 1285 S.W. 19th Terr., returned Monday night horn Elizabeth, N. J., where they attended the Thanksgiving day wedding of their daughter, Charlotte, to Stanley Fried of Elizabeth. Mrs. Hanna Sayetta, mother of Mrs. Rose Weiss, is ill and a patient at Mt. Pleasant Convalescent Home. Mrs. Alvin Gardner is convalescing at her home following an appendectomy'at the Biscayne Hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Golden. 1483 Center Dr., San Antonio, Texas, announce the birth of a daughter, Carol Susan, November 19. Mr. Golden is the son of Max Goldenblank of this city. Mrs. C. Leon (Bette) Shalloway, 1946 Marseilles Drive, is convalescing at home following a minor operation at Jackson Memorial Hospital. %  *. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont 740 S.W. 7th St., announce the birth of a son Edwin Stephen on November 20 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Pont is the former Helen Zalkin of Charleston, S. C, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin of that city. A daughter was born last Saturday to the Murray Wemgers at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Weinger is the former Estelle Neufield. M + + Carl Grossberg, of the Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York, is spendin g two weeks at the Marseilles Hotel here. o i r i„„ T~ C M „1, 12:15 today, will be Sam Kaplan, Sam Kaplan To Speak i c ommander of A mvets, Jack Speaker at the Sholem Lodge. Kefoed, Jr., Post No. 4. His subB'nai B'rith luncheon to be held Meet will be: "Present Efforts to at the Downtowner Restaurant at I Discredit Veterans Organizations." Feinbcrgs United At Beth David In a ceremony at Beth David Congregation on November 26, Rabbi Max Shapiro united in marriage Annette Silberman and Dr. Lawrence Feinberg. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silberman, of Woodbine. N. J. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. She was also secretary of the Women's Athletic Association and a member of the P. E. M. club. Dr. Feinberg is the son of Mr. ?nd Mrs. Albert Feinberg, 1945 N.W. 1st Terr. Following his gradvation from Miami Senior High school the groom attended the University of Florida. He is a graduate of the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi and Omega Epsilon Phi fraternities. Dr. Feinberg served three years in the Navy as a lieutenant (J.G.). He has recently opened offices at 1442 S.W. 8th St. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained at a dinner in honor of the newlyweds at the Bahama Room of the Columbus Hotel. Following their honeymoon the couple will reside at 795 N.W. 32nd Ct. Engagement Of Carolyn Saffer To Rill Bracker Announced By Her Parents Mescheloff Joins Robert Tuckers Evelyn Rosenblum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Issie Rosenblum. 1510 Drexel Ave., was married to Robert Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dworett, 4430 Alton Road. Sunday afternoon, in the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. who officiated at the ceremony. Diana Tucker, sister of the groom, was the bride's only attendant. Stanley Rosenblum. cousin of the bride, was best man, and Stuart Rosenblum, another cousin, was page boy. The bride attended Erasmus High school in Brooklyn. The groom is a graduate of Jefferson High school, Elizabeth, N. J., and is a veteran of the Army Air Force. A dinner followed the ceremony. Gables Center To Meet The Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its regular monthly meeting Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. The Sisterhood is sponsoring a covered dish supper at 6 p.m. prior to the meeting. A program has been planned by Mrs. William Heckler. Sam Silver will preside. .SOUR, "'*OKC4C|4 f to** 1 1 y %  -_-,•• ,.,. ^_S ROKFACH KOSHTR wfl&yU* ROKEACH "*S5? Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 NX 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 6-3938 Carolyn Saffer —Harry M. Smith Photo The betrothal of Miss Carolyn Saffer to Bill Bracker, son of Mrs. Violet Bracker and the late Murray Bracker of New York, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer, 1425 S.W. 18th St. Miss Saffer is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Bracker is vice president and treasurer of Bracker Hanger Manufacturing Company, 421 7th Ave., New York City. He is brother of Milton Bracker, chief of the New York Times' Buenos Aires staff, and of David S. BrackSisterhood Luncheon The Temple Isaiah Sisterhood is sponsoring a dessert luncheon and social hour at the Temple on Wednesday, December 15. Entertainment will be provided and subscriptions are $1.25. For reservations call 6-4378. er, an attorney in Savannah. Mrs. Bracker is a sister of Nat Blumberg of this city. The Saffers are long time residents who devote much of their time to communal endeavors. Plans call for a spring wedding. % unfine's HAND-PAINTED PLASTIC TABLECLOTHS $1.79 each Something new and practical. Clear, supple plastic with allover lacy design, with gay, hand-painted Hibiscus—grand for Florida homes! Durable, waterproof plastic can be cleaned in a jiffy with a damp cloth and resists stains. About 54x54inch size. Burdin', Miami. 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mmm pomAY DECEMBER 3, 1948 +J€ni§ti norSdiiaiii PAGE THREE I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Jewish Bureaucrat T the last few years, a strange the budgets of local institutions. evolution has crept surreptitious-1 These Janizaries were not slow Iv into American life. As every in imitating the methods and C kn( T;.r n By ToZ S l ecuZ techniques of the dictator. They ... „ „^c^r, learned h the more a person lost its leeerdcrmain tarns the less he keeps propordonatelv. The high bracketeer has he alternative of either paying taxes or giving to charity. A Changed World During the same period, Jewish soul sustained a deep the ow to surround themselves with stooges, preferably imported from other cities. These well paid underlings did not have to report slighting remarks from Baaley Batim. The top autocrat sitting in his inner sanctum knew all that transpired in the room of the board of directors. He could wound by the exterminate of take the precaution of installing the 6.000.000 martyrs. The need a pjpe ]ine MQ th( mcoting cham for a Jewish State now became obvious to all except morons. The American Jew could show his sorrow for the dead, his symoathv for the survivors, and his nridc in the gallant fighters of Palestine, only by contributing -enerously and liberally. A new leadership suddenly emerged. The former Zionist chairman, the synagogue elder, the lodge president, or the charity worker were brushed aside. Neither Europe nor Palestine could use speeches. Money and money only would talk. Consequently, the money man was now put at the helm. But was he qualified by education, training, or background for the new task? His business experience taught him to buy professional talent. He was accustomed to hire managers, technicians, publicity men, public relations experts, advertising artists. Why not get experts, he argued, and pay them well for the specific job of raising large sums? It was, after all, just another business. A New Bureaucracy The demand was quickly supplied. Overnight, YMHA directors became big time collectors. Social workers at the periphery of Jewish philanthropy, J.D.C. field men. or U.P.A. solicitors were quick to grab off the lush jobs. The enormous campaigns were able to siphon off with ease some of the war profits. It was the Jewish answer to Nazi tormentors and Ami. aggressors. The 1948 campaign of the U.J.A. went out for the unprecedented sum of $250.000.0'i0: at the same time American Jewry set out to expand their synagogues, hospitals, Y.M.H.A.'s and old folks homes. The success of the drives soon turned the heads of the campaign foremen. They were quick to sense their opportunity. They watched the moneyed leadership become exhausted with the strain of long drawn out, never ending meetings, which left little time for gin rummy, golfing, cocktail parties, or rhumba dancing. All details of administration were perforce left to the professional management. These frustrated rabbis, disappointed lawyers, or struggling journalists of the Anglo-Jewish press could now hold up their heads and banish all complexes of inferiority. They quickly developed a Jewish bureaucracy, which for arrogance and officiousness, could make even the old Russian Chinovnik green with envy. The petty bureaucrats were now able to send out "millionber. By means of radio mechanism, he was able to hear every spoken word. And woe to the trustee bold enough to voice his criticism. He would somehow fail to get notices of further meetings. At the folowing election, the name of such critic might well be left off the list of executives, blandly suggested to the nominating committee. If the disgruntled trustee belonged to a higher economic bracket, he would no longer receive an invitation to sail on the Sunday cruise in the dictator's "yacht." Mounting Discontent Dissatisfaction with the Bureaucratic high command begins to swell and fester even in Miami, noted for good humored tolerance in organizational matters. Some are objecting to the rising overhead costs. They maintain that the latest increase of the director's salary puts him on the wage level with a Justice of the Supreme Court. Others see a cynical disregard of community opinion when a director takes on the additional job of managing a hospital drive—while on the Federation's time. They murmur not only at the fat fee collected by him for the initial pledges; but also for the additional commissions to be received on the subsequent installment payments. Normally, such abuses of discretion and flouting of public opinion would lead to a community schism. But folks are smothering their discontent. Don't rock the boat in the general sentiment. Nothing should interfere with the success of the campaigns. The D.P.'s are still depending on American funds for their miserable existence in concentration camps. What would the heroic defenders of the infant Israeli Statet do without our help? Let the bureaucrats have their field day. Was it Lincoln who said "You can't fool all the people all the time?" Dr. Belov Itosigiis From Orchestra Dr. Joel Belov, associate conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, resigned from that position effective last Sunday, Joseph Tarpley. School of Music secretary, announced. Head of the violin department at the University, Dr. Belov asked' to be relieved of orchestral chores to complete work on a textbook, which will soon be published. Joining the University staff in 1938, Dr. Belov was promoted to assistant conductor to the late Arnold Volpe in 1939. Following Dr. Volpe's death early in 1940, he completed the concert season as conductor. He has served as assistant conductor and concertmaster under Modeste Alloo for the last six years. The textbook now in progress will be entitled "The Art of Modern Violin Technique." Dr. Belov has previously had published a two-volume work on "The White Keys of the Violin," a violin concerto and a number of shorter violin pieces. A string quartclt, "Prophecy,"' was presented by the Gordon String Quartet three years ago. Despite his resignation from the orchestra. Dr. Belov will continue to teach advanced composition at the University, as well as courses in violin, viola, conducting, orchestration and string and pianoensemble. Balkin To Address Isaiah Sisterhood Gilbert J. Balkin, associate director. Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League B'nai B'rith, will address the meeting of Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Monday, at 2 p.m. at the Temple, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The Mrs. Leicourt Fetes New Hadassah Members Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W. 26th Road, was hostess to new members of the Miami Group of Hadassah Wednesday at the third in a series of "Get Acquainted" parties. Mrs. H. C. Moser, president, gave a report on the National Hadassah Convention held recently in Atlantic City and invited new members to share in subject of Mr. Balkin's talk will the work of building the State of Israel. BBG'S Are Baby Sitters The ALS Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls are inaugurating a baby sitting service, Bonnie Colton, chairman, announces. Chapter members, who range from 15 to 17 years, offer their services at fifty cents per hour. For information call 9-2593 after 3 p.m. be "Making Democracy Work." Mrs. Dora Katz will be guest soloist at the meeting. A report on the Chanuka ball will be made by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, Sisterhood president. Refreshments and a social hour will follow. Xewsforiefs Boa Silver Stepkin has announced her association with the Security Company, a real estate concern located at 510 Biscayne Blvd. The firm features a complete realty service. The Raleigh Hotel has announced the addition to its staff of Victor Muzii, formerly of Victor's on Coral Way. Victor, who is well known to Greater Miami's dining public, will supervise the dining room of the Raleigh. The restaurant opened for the 1948-49 season on Thanksgiving Day. FOR RENT Twin Bedroom—Connecting Bath By Week, Month or Season Breakfast Privileges 2103 S. W. 11th Street Phone 3-2935 pERfECT CRACKER SURE TO PLEASE $NA CKT.E FAVORITE WITH JAM 0RCHEESE' TAM / TA.M wm >r? W&M& A. &UHI B MAMlSCMtVMTZ CO 'Star of ifi&tntul Karpowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Max Karpowitz, 151 S.W. 17th PL, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Florence Abramson llcach Masada To Sponsor Dance The Miami Beach Masada will sponsor a dance tomorrow night at 8:30 in the Firefly patio of the Ritz Plaza Hotel. 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Israelite Center Sisterhood Holds First Installation First installation of officers of newly formed Dora Stein the Sistcrh d of the Israelite CenFollowing the installation ceremony, M. Stein presented the r too 0 k 0 pla"c'e \ast weVk at 3M6 f f^ With a gift of ne cw 24th St idred d0llars and an embroidered Harrv Gross, president of the Tora h cover. center, spoke on the growth of Entertainment by Arthur Polaflje organization, and Irving check, violinist, Mrs. Lennie Sperling, toastmaster installed the Levenstein, piano accordionist officers, who included: Mrs. Irv-. William Smuckler, singer, and Mr' m. _1loi rtrocinant' icere. WHO ~ I M !" *i wmw, u jng Sperling, president; Mrs. Max | and Mrs. Ben Katz, singers „ vice Dresident; Mrs. Samuel eluded the meeting. conBen, vice pw—.. -— r —-•-— Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Bernard Bauer, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Helen Stock, treasurer; Mrs. Max Lefkowitz, financial secretary. Trustees are the Mesdames Max Hoffman, Ben Katz, Sam Eisner, Louis Pearl, Nathan Schenken. Committee chairmen include; Mrs. Irving Goldberg, telephone; Mrs. Ben Katz, entertainment; Mrs. Max Schenkman, publicity; Mrs. Herbert Gorman Hebrew school, and Mrs. Harry Gross, sunshine. The Israelite Center was founded a year and a half ago and its membership is composed chieflv of residents of the southwest section, east of Coral Gables. Officers are: Harry Gross, president; Irving Sperling, first vice puti'dent; J. Brown, second vice president; Jack Finkelstein, first gabba; M. Stein, second gabba; Mrs. Samuel Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Louis Pearl, financial treasurer; Max Schenkman, corresponding secretary; and Samuel Cohen, treasurer. Beach ZOA Will Honor I. R. Goodman The Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach District, Zionist Organization of America, will meet Tuesday at 12:15 in the Shelborne Hotel dining room to pay tribute to a member of their board of directors and chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, I. R. Goodman. Mr. Goodman, a member of the executive, ZOA and liaison agent for the American Zionist Emergency Council and American Christian Palestine Committee for the Southeastern states, will give a report on the Southeastern Conference on Israel which was recently held under his direction in the Greater Miami area. Goodman, who was responsible for this type of program in St. Louis while he lived there, originated the idea of Regional Christian Conferences on Palestine. His blueprint was accepted by the American Zionist Emergency Council and the American Christian Palestine Committee and was followed and implemented by similar groups throughout the country. He was instrumental in forming a strong chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee in the Greater Miami area, which now already has over 1,000 members. He attended the World Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland as a ZOA delegate and visited Israel in 1947. Mr. Goodman, who is also a member of the boards of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Hebrew Academy, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was educated in St. Louis public schools. University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the Law School of Washington University, and the Yeshivas Rabbi Zachariah Joseph. The public is invited. 7. R. Goodman Clara Landau Meeting A meeting of the Clara Landau Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Wom is scheduled for the Miami Beach Y Monday at t8:30 p.m. A movie, "This Is B'nai B'rith," wil' be shown. 1000 Expected At Chanuka Institute 1,000 women are extected to attend the Chanuka Preparation Institutes, sponsored by the PTA's and Sisterhoods of Greater Miami in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education, Mrs. Harry Rogers and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, co-chairmen, announced. The Miami Institute will be held at the Miami Y December 13 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Luncheon will be served for 25 cents and children from three to five will be cared for. Miami Beach will have its institute at the Wofford Hotel December 16 from 9:30 to 1 p.m. For complete information on the institute, call the Bureau of Jewish Education at 3-5858, Mrs. Harry Rogers at 5-5928 or Mrs. Jack Rosenberg at 9-0527. ARE YOU LONELY? JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 -->** J 5feSsK [GEFULTE nsr The way you love it. Under delicious with that wondorful old-time Jewiih tattel 6 big portion*, in their own quick-jelling broth. Koeher, Porovo—order It now I # Golden Age Club Marks Birthday The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YM-YWHA celebrated its first anniversary on Sunday, November 28. at the Town Y auditorium with a program for the 300 members present. Ben Essen, vice president of the Miami Y, and Maurice Grossman, executive director, extended their Greetings to the group. Mrs. Evelyn Samuels was featured vocalist, and the Golden Age chorus and folk dance group performed several numbers. The Rev. L. Lehrer gave the invocation at the banquet which followed the program. Frances Cohen, Eli Jacobson Engaged The engagement of Miss Frances Cohen to Eli Jacobson, Trenton, N*. J., has been announced by her father, Irving Cohen, Waverly Arms Apartments, Miami Beach. The wedding will take place January 9 at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York, and the couple will spend a honeymoon in Miami at the Roney Plaza. JWJSSF*^ ***ISUUWITZ WFUIU fUHSk rtOOOQ 01 TO lUlM Of KMMCWWtU ATZ0 Frieds At Home Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried, whose marriage was a Thanksgiving Day event in Elizabeth, N. J., are residing at the home of Mr. Fried's parents, 316 Galloping Hill Road, Roselle Park, following a brief honeymoon at Atlantic City. Mrs. Fried, the former Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na t Blumberg of Miami, chose a plaid suit with blue accessories, complemented with a white orchid, for traveling. 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y-.-**? FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1848 Miller Announces Game Nights For Center Fund Drive Two game nights on behalf of the building fund for the new Miami Beach Jewish Community Center were announced by Gershon S. Miller, chairman of the youth division for the 1948-49 Building. Fund Campaign. The game nights will take place on successive Sunday evenings, December 5 and 12. Scene of the activities will be the Amvets Hall, %  %  %  *liBfoft ihriJiafj Piano Duo, DoughteryAniRuzicka, tJ^Mmunlly Concert Series PAGE THIRTEEN '*—T—•—_ „„.... Miami Beach High Sch^o" DS. FarM."" 1 B,Mh YMYWHA erw'and 0 v" 1315, ?"? D Ugh l ^^ ne of the outstanding erty and Vincenz Ruz.eka. will musical units to be heard todav maueuratp th P thi,H ^,.„i n._. iedra loaav Children's Home Group To Sponsor Luncheon The annual membership dessert-luncheon of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held on Tuesday at 12:30 P-m. at the Colony Restaurant 211 23rd St., Miami Beach. A mother and daughter fashion show will be presented by Irene Miller's dress salon, with models from Fred Allan Models. Mrs. Ben Bloom, chairman of the day announces the following committees: Mrs. Frank S. Cole, program chairman; Mrs. M. B. Ross, publicity chairman; Mrs. Sam Alexander and Mrs. Sam Luby, ticket chairmen, and Mesdames George Feller, John Feller Mel Crane, Albert Dubler, Herman Wronker, Abe Pollack, Ruth Kane, Gisela Newlander, Harriet Jamison and Francine Dayan, hostesses. Admission will be paid up membership. Spanish Lessons Grammar or conversation at your convenience, private or groups, taught by Cuban Native Lawer. Tel. 82-6901 Nilo C. Regojo 73 N.W. 27th St. Silverplating Chrome Brass Gold CENTURY PLATING & ENGINEERING CO. 3134 Coral Way CHARLES POSNER, Owner Tel. 48-2456 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING Al'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 inaugurate the third annual Community Conceit Series, sponsored form. on the American concert platGershon Miller 235 Fifth St., Miami Beach. Cosponsors on December 5 will be the BBYM and Debbs Chapter of Miami, while Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith and Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter will co-sponsor the December 12 event. The public is invited to attend. Arons. Lelchuk To Be United Sunday No personal invitations will be issued for the wedding of Sheldyne Frances Arons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Arons, 1152 N.W. 6th Ave., to Sheldon Neal Lel'huk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk, which will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Lelchuk home. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate at the garden ceremony. A reception will follow. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Koppelman To Attend UZR Meet In New York Irving Koppelman, treasurer of the Florida chapter of the Unitetd Zionists Revisionists of America, will be a delegate at the organization's national convention to be held December 11 and 12 at the "eedom House in New York City. One of the highlights of the conWave will be a first-hand report n the situation in Israel by executive director, Dr. Harry Levi. !" recently returned from there. !" eir Grossman, president of the world Revisionist Organization revision,. st representative on the orkl Zionist executive commitm!'f'V Xpected to attend the Z Jose P h Schechtman, Pre .dent of UZR and its representat.ve on the Jewish Agency, !!!i P^ide over the conference. by the Miami Beach YM-YWHA, in Miami Beach High school auditorium on Wednesday evening, December 8 at 8:30. Virtually unknown eight years ago, the names of Dougherty and Ruzicka are now recognized across the continent as one of the most popular two piano teams on the American concert stage. Acclaimed by public and press for their musical and temperamental accord, these two Americans have been classified as an unusually refreshing combination. Dougherty specialized in music at the University of Minnesota. He is a former pupil of Josef Lhevinne and composer Ruben Goldmark. In 1930 he made his debut as a solo pianist in New York. Subsequently he appeared in European capitals in association with many leading artists. Dougherty is a well known composer as well as pianist and has written music for string quartets, piano and violin. Vincenz Ruzicka was a child prodigy. Young Ruzicka made his debut as a solo pianist when he was thirteen years of age. At sixteen he won the national prize for American music. Two years later he performed with the Chicago Symphony. He studied at the University of Chicago and then in Europe. While still in his twenties he was appointed head of the music department at the University of Texas. Soon afterward he came to New York to continue his studies and there met Dougherty. Both were established artists when in 1939 they joined forces Other artists to be presented in this series are Jean Casadesus, pianist, in January; Mischa Elman, violinist, February; Andres Segovia, guitarist, March; and Rose Bampton, Metropolitan soprano, April. Isaiah Youth To Party A surprise party has been planned by Temple Isaiah's Young Folks' League for Sunday evening in the Temple haTl. There will be dancing, entertainment and refreshments. A welcome address will be given by Rabbi Raab and by Dr. Seymour Kreisler, acting chairman of the group. Miss Gloria Berry, social chairman, and Jerry Linet, program chairman, are in charge of the party. Sholem Asch Sea Gull Cabana Club Visitor Sholem Asch, noted Jewish author, is again a member of the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club on 21st St. and the Ocean. He is now working on a new book, in which he will mention many of the highlights of Miami Beach. Mr. Asch, who writes his notes out in longhand while basking on Ihe sands of the Sea Gull beach, did most of his work on his latest success, 'Tales of My People" there. Some of his books include "The Nazarene" and "East River." RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD Yiddish Theatre On the Air (940 on Your Dial) l2onS Y SUN D A Y P V r N 0n t0 1 : 3 PM. EV E R Y TUESDAY VIJJ? : t0 7:00 p M iWdish Classical Hour /VERY SUNDAY iL. L iety of s,ars in the a5S£S5 rtto C Available CLA JSICAL-LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC YidHinl !" Ur New Pe^ure M Na h J h6atre n ** Air ^ %  wiir. Program Director A. F. f.IVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. 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WHtBrnH HR^^I p,m AY. DECEMBER 3, 1948 Final Plans Made For AJC Women's Dance December 12 Arrangements for the first annual dance of the Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress, to be held at the Grotto Sunday, December 12 at 8:30 p.m. are nearine completion, according to Mrs. A A Hay den, president, who is working in close cooperation with Dance Chairman Mrs. Ben Essen and her committee. Harvey Bell, popular night club entertainer, will serve as M. C. and Crusty Drybread's orchestra will P^y for dancin £. Mrs Hay den announced. Ethel and Manola of the Raleigh Hotel will present a dance exhibition. Goldman Named Palsy Assn. Head Irving I. Goldman was reelected president of the Cerbral Palsy Association at a recent meeting at Central school. Other new officers are: Mrs. Robert Weinstein, Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, and Harry Rosenbloom, vice presidents; Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, treasurer; Mrs. Lorene Strang, financial secretary; Mrs. J. G. Knapp, recording secretary: and Mrs. Marilyn Spain, corresponding secretary. The new board of directors includes: Samuel Gold, Eli Andron, Robert Weinstein, Lionel J. Silvcrman, Dr. Robert Allan and Sidney Boeninger. ^J^IstinDrictigtr Klein. Kaplan Attend JWV Meet Dr. Maurice Klein, state commander of the Jewish War Veterans, and A. J. Kaplan, adjutant, attended a quarterly executive meeting of the Florida department in St. Petersburg recently. Dr. Klein was honor guest at a banquet given by the St. Petersburg post at the Empire Hotel there. During the course of the two day business session, delegates passed five major resolutions asking Congress to pass more liberal DP legislation, to give immediate recognition to the State of Israel, to ask the United Nations to recognize Israel and to grant it a vote in U.N. affairs, and to pass in original form the Taft-EUender-Wagner Housing Hill. The group also approved resolutions asking for liberalization of loans for veterans' housing, requesting each Florida post, JWV. to support the sale of U.S. Savings Bonds through press and radio, setting a date for. JWV Poppy Day, and planning a May Memorial Day program in honor of Jewish war dead. A tour of Bay Pines facilities ended the two-day meet. nill the House Miami Y Launches League Competitions Last week marked the begi. nmg of basketball and volleyba House League competition in Miami YM-YWHA. In the Intermediate Hou Basketball League, the Maccab oee Juniors, captained by Irving witch kow, barely nosed out the AU Stars, piloted by Stu Lubitz, 21 to 20. In the Senior House Basketball J-eague. the Habohnim team captained by Nat Golzbein, defeated I \ P ialik team led *y K oel, 34 to 22. In the Men's Volleyball Leag Which followed the Lox int 3reakfas t on Sunday u. ng. the Heavyweights, led T*S Glad stone, romped 7 BIa< Sheep; and the Olden '*. led by Dave Davis, ouT f Good y Noddies in a TV 3 three game series it. Sunday morning immediJJy following the Lox and tK? st and discussion gi • Black Sheep will play S, Timer, and the Heavy Si meet the Goody Joe :ue, and mornby over won best Bagel group, the Sholem Lodge Women To Sponsor Brunch Sholem Lodge Women of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a membership brunch and fashion show Tuesday, 12 noon, December 14, at the Clover Club, it has been announced by President Mrs. Harry Gordon. The fashion parade will be supervised by Mrs. Emphy Benway, fashion coordinator of Burdine's Department store in Miami, and PAGE FIFTEEN holiday frocks modeled by Burdine's fashion models will be on display. Guest of honor at the affair will be Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, wife of the national secretary of B'nai Bnth. She recently attended the United Nation's general assembly sessions in Paris as a representative of the B'nai B'rith women's supreme council, of which she is a vice president. The entire program is under the direction of the Mesdames Sam Silver and Charles R. Jacobson. Favorites Chalk Up Good Record at Biscayne Track Thus far, favorite players at the Biscayne dog track have had a fair measure of success. For instance during the first seven nights of play, twenty firstchoices rewarded chalk players or an average of almost 3 a night. This amounts to a percentage of 28 plus and 33 1/3 percent of winning favorites and is considered very good. As the season progresses and players become more familiar with the ability of the greyhounds there should be an increase in the number of winning choices. Rabbi Shapiro Speaks Rabbi Max Shapiro joined the Rev. Glenn C. James and the Rev. J. H. McAtee in a discussion of "The Spiritual Status of the Family" at a meeting of the Dade County Council of the PTA held at Citrus Grove school Wednesday morning. CARE GOES WHERE HUNGER Hunger, today, is the capital of many countries. Millions of minds, wanting peace and freedom, are mocked by empty stomachs. To these countries to the men, women and children who are these countries — CARE goes. CARE goes with parcels of food, with clothing, with woolen blankets. But CARE goes nowhere without YOU. Non-profit CARE makes it simple and convenient for you to help persons or families you know in Europe. Non-profit CARE sends more for Jour money than you can send in any other way. Non-profit CARE guarantees delivery — or refunds your money. CARE is government-approved. Twenty-six major American relief groups are members of CARE. If you are now sending parcels abroad, please investigate CARE's organization. Through CARE, buying in immense volume, you can send more for less. 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CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected Till.. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. 4 Snapper Creek Center Fund Drive Begins On Tuesday The Miami Beach Jewish r !" C;J •*_*.... The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center building fund rive for $200,00 will get under way Tuesday, Joseph M. Rose, president of the congregation, announced. Campaign leaders assigned prospect cards to 5<> volunteer solicitors who will be known as Builders at a meeting held at the Center November 29. Heading the three week fund drive are Samuel Friendland and George J. Talianoff. Division chairmen are: Jack Ablin, initial gifts; Alfred Stone, hotel division; Joseph Lipton, general solicitations; Oscar Mamber, seating committee; Mayer H. Frankel, memorials; Mrs. Raymond Rubin, women's division; Harry Sirkin, Sidney Raffel, Louis E. Rosenstein, Ed Singer, Phil Salmon, Alex Sussman and Ira C. Walsey. Joseph Lipton, chairman of the general solicitations, will be aided by I. L. Mintzcr, Hyman Berman, Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Raymond Rubin, Archie Brick, Abraham Goodman, Al Qsheroff, Arthur Klein, I. R. Goodman, Matthew Silverstein and Nat Hankoff. Report meetings will be held once a week during the drive, the first of which took place yesterday. The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center wil hold a housewarming Monday at the Center building to mark the launching of the Center Building Ardmore studio Mrs. Raymond Rubin, chairman of the women's division of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Building Fund Drive is shown consulting with her aides. (Left to right, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Arthur Klein, president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Sam Wiesen and Mrs. Anna Wolf.) rating committee; Gershon Miller, youth division; and David R. Isen, victory dinner committee. Captains working under initial gilts chairman, Albin: Harry Bodenstein, Leo Eisenstein, Dr. J. J. Falk, Bill Glick, Nathan Glosser, Baruch Holrnan, W. B. Kraft, Samuel Lipton, Oscar Mamber, Irving Schatzman, Harry Sirkin, Henry Spero and Julius Rosenstein. Captains aiding Alfred Stone, chairman of the hotel division are Jack Burris, Nathan Darsky, William Fcuer, George Goldberg, Abraham Halperin, Samuel Katz, Morris Kriegel, Joseph Lipton, Fund Drive, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, recently appointed chairman of the women's division of the drive, announced. A committee of volunteer solicitors to be known as Builders will be enrolled to cover cards of prospects and to conduct a brick campaign. Aiding Mrs. Rubin in the drive will be a steering committee composed of Mrs. Arthur Klein, president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Sam Wiesen, Mrs. Anna Wolf, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. The campaign conducted by the women's division will be co-ordinated with other phases of the three week drive. Cardiac Home Group Plans Membership Tea Plans are complete for the annual membership tea to be given by the Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home, in the Melvin Cohen Hall of the Home, 4250 West Flagler St., Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Daniel Sepler, program chairman, announces that the program will include a fashion show by Leeds of Lincoln Road with shoes and bags by Gainsborough Ltd. Sadye Nathan will serve as commentator. Mrs. Phil Abrams will provide the musical accompaniment. Mrs. Hank Meyer, known professionally as Miss Lenore, will appear in sketches, and Richard Berenson, presiacnt of the home, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff is general chairman of the event. Assisting her are: Mrs. Murray Marks and Mrs. G. Glick, hospitality; Mrs. Rosalyn King, membership dues; Mrs. A. Niel Sawyer and Mrs. Alex Strauss, refreshments; and the Mesdames Mernard Sklarew, Florence Stern, F. Yurdin, Michael Miller, Leon Kaye, Morris Obeleer, A. Goldberg, Fay Schaeffer. A. Ager A. berg and Fay Davis, miscellaneous. Admission will be paid up membership plus a new member. Pittsburgh Club Picks New Slate New officers of the Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami, representing over a thousand former Pittsburgh residents, are: Maurice Finkelhor, president; Milton S. Goldman, first vice president; George Schwartz, second vice president; Mrs. Edna Berk, secretary; Mrs. Gussie Glick, treasurer. Members of the board of directors are: Edward H. Levin, Mickey Cohen, Jack Dines, Mrs. Philip Goldman, Mrs. Rose Grass, Mrs. Lillian Gutman, Mrs. Helen Jacobson, Esther Schwartz, Jacob Spirer, Dr. Stanley Sutnik, and Samuel Rogow. Chairmen of the newly formed committees include: Mrs. Sam Rogow, reception; Leonard Kimball, membership; Mickey Cohen and George Schwartz, program. Next meeting will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, 720 West Ave., Miami Beach. Leon J. Ell, who has just returned from a trip to Israel, will be guest speaker and a forum will follow his talk. The meeting will be followed by a games party. All former residents of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas are invited. NOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks-Chops-Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. RESERVATIONS^UGGE^rED-^oi E. S. (AL) HIRSCH FORMERLY WITH THE SOUTHEASTERN OPTICAL CO., Inc. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE HIRSCH OPTICAL CO. SPECIALIZING IN COMPLETE SERVICE ON OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS AND THE DUPLICATION OF LENSES 609 Huntington Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 82-2608 CHICKEN "A L A RING" Truly a regal dish 1 Delicious, Kosher ideal for tempting year 'round menut. HOROWITZ • MARGARETEN CHICKEN "A LA KING like HOROWITZ.MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN FRICASSEE and other chicken products, makes quick, tasty meals Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 6-3938 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ Except EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK MIAMI: Miomi Tronsit buses leove on N. E. 2nd St., between lit ond 2nd Avenues, •very 15 minute* storting ot 6:30. Coost City Coaches leove Hovono-Modrid Terminal. S. E. 2nd St. ond S. E. 3rd Avenue every few minutes, storting at 6:30. MIAMI BEACH: Stanley Tours bu.es leave from 14th and Collins, every 15 minutes from 6:45 until 8:13 ... ond will also pick up passengers on Collins Ave. ot 23rd. 65lh ond 71st Streets. eAr/ 0NLY\ [ FUTURITY TRACK SSI/ 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N W. 7th Aves 11 It i 4 : f j



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PAGE TWO *Je*lsti ncrkflar i i %  I Abess, Scher Work On Florida JDA Meet Plans FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 19 48 Yivo Collections Enriched With Material On Israel ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL The Yivo Archive possess • rich collection of mireriils on the ctiTitiej of the Jewish underground orgimatioos in Pilejrine in the period of the British Mndte, Several examples are prcsen'.ed below. niiam a ii ] i n *{£* ^ irtfi tm m on ^m — e %  ti r' •* -l — r- r -WJ TrV I —n "i *-.* *** •t-e r*: *%  *?>•;*-* *Max .V. Krolotf Max M. Kroloff ubove\ AntiDefamati >n League chairman for B'nai B'rith, District No. 5. will head the list of featured speakers | at the Firs: Florida State Conference of the Joint Defense Appeal, convening in the Hotel Roney Plaza. Miami Beach, or. Decem-.2. Kroloff. forn-.er assistant naal director of the ADL. and one of Atlanta's m si activ< civic leaders ir. Jewish affairs, will outline the program, of the ADL and the American Jewish Committee in fightlr .. anti-Si mitism. Tw %  mians will plav im• nt '. s Ir the first Florida :-.:' %  rence of the Joir.t Defense Appeal 'JDA I id at the Roney Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach. December 12. Leonard L. Abe.-is con of the conference, will attract top •r. leaders from all sections of the state, while Jacob Scher. It r-.t :' •'• Greater Miami sh Feder l n s a member of the "tee. The JDA. currently seeking a E of S6.'.04.540 is th fund-: aising rm of the American rr.ittee and the AntiD< ion League of B'nai B'rith. nat r.al agencies devoted to the cause of combatting re-j [it %  1 pron "tire inter. >ny. Serving viX Mi Abess as coil rr n I the event is Harry W Reinstim : Jacksonville. Other members r the conference' :ommit1 is still in forma1 • are Charles A '".• r. president :' -hJewish Welfare Organization of T in S '•' %  Ifs n Dresident f tl I nvill Jewish Community Council. Inc. Wit i nt Jewish leaders from all sections of the state expected to attend, the conference will -duct a fulldress review of thecauses of antiSemitism and the action local committees can take to combat Featuures of the Miami parley will be the showing of the notable film -Make Yau For Youth." which has :: ; irte-rr.ational attention among educators, social workers tnd religious leaders: and the technicolor film, "Songs of Friendship'' by Irving Caesar. whi. h is now part : the Florida grac I curriculum An 1MM of the Haganih baHetia fUiemth. tilted -Fiai: On Durv ar Has.oih [i iburb (X Tel-Aviv] at Xsght." A report ci eevel | every balf-bow in iK reprise M ihc Arab •ruck upon the city. ANTI-TERROR LEAGUE PALESTINE I) WWl %  Ttrnr • 2, Tim <•* ;*%  -% % % % %  ISOLATE THE TEIBOCISTSI if i^u tW ifc :i TW ..••• t--< %  *"< • %  •• .'".'.. -. %  i. : • : %  m t) Tl MlM --" -< < %  % %  "" %  '" '" *" "' tl TaMrtiTf —r— *•:'.€• %  aaaafcaa :'ti ;.-•' a -. ;.. 7> T. .,-,.-. I tr^em* iSc'd I*J> W th, c:*' •€ ,. ... i• ~t '%  %  •'' I 7 HMI -• %  %  %  %  P iM^M* Tl mllll %  %  KMtttMIM'ltaHMlMM 10) -W '' *• "e-r.iu. t (--*• %  .J. ->• '' •-• | : :-. IS t.l %  '•••-• '"' • '* ; %  k 0!•!'• i--t Ion MhjMii tu i t>r< HUM I %  = •• Aim %  TfOR %  UACtl ?i '• M T.: A.,. An app"' fc T he "Aad-Ttow Leaf A new collection of materials showing activities of Jewish underground organizatioas in Palestine prior to the proclamation of the Jewish State has been added to the archives of the Yiddish Scientific Institute—Yivo. world center for Jewish social research. Th.s announcement was made in _-:rr.;r: el the IfflM concernioj G attack) ~i:t br At crgan:ztion. ir uu % % %  "im iwrt tnex iD'ao'inun nx iiia"5 w —A-y rrrv :.-.--: :-< "• J" PM ""• ~" ; %  •: -r IS tfa :— m ^ r %  T- —i WV :-" "-"' -." '" ""* r r [ : IfW :;;" ; •.-,:•.-: .%  "' % %  -" mTCS Itr-t —;" s ._._... ...... -.— ; %  :r ,• %  n-z-.-i:--:-'-'-'• % % %  '''T-— :• a ...... ... ....j : :%  r- —:• • rv ft -i "•• %  %  — %  ". "•""• ~-~ '* jr.-I ;i — 1C •%  -•a —r— raw : -j j in Pa.c>!ir.e to is.-lir; the MffOfittt. annual conference of the institute, which will be held in New York from January 15-18, 1949. The Yivo today houses one of the largest and rarest archives on Jewish life, present and past, in the world. The reproductions above are examples of some of the materials newly received. Polish American Glee Club To Sing At Sholem Lodge A folksong pageant will be presented by the glee club of the Polish American Club Auxiliary or. Tuesday. December 14. 8:30 p.m. at the regular meeting of Sholem Lodge in Temple Israel. Miami. Program. Chairman Sidney Aronovitz has announced that the fourteen voice choral group under the direction of Leonard Widawski will be dressed in peasant costumes ar.d will offer traditional Polish-American folk tunes. Featured speaker of the evening will be Maurice Bisgyer. national secretary of B'nai B'rith who has recently returned from a five week trip to Europe and Israel. Invitations will be extended to all civic, service, religious and educational groups in Greater Miami, it is announced by Marx Facer, president Sholem Lodge. JEWISH GENTLEMAN Would like to meet lady 45 to 55 with $20,000 to S3\000 to back wonderful chain project. Will consider matrimony. Write Mr. S. Box 2973. Miami 18 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 ACH BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IM. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Flo. Phone 6-3933 DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. MR. JACKIE MAYE and America's Foremost Female Impersonators Res. 9-3100 HAROLD'S, INC. HairdrvssvrH 1D39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-Q467, 5046s AAO E. LAB CJLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR, President FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD DAVID ROSNER ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THAT T H E VICTOR HOTEL On the Ocean at 12th Street — Miami Beach IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEaASON Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Caterinq to a clientele desiring the utmost in excellent Kosher cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under whose management the VICTOR HOTEL enjoys its splendid reputation. Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open to the Public Make your arrangements now jor special functions in our dining room, catering to organizations, weddings and Bar Mitzvahs. PHONE 50041 For Better Service to the Public In Greater Miami... • Up-fo-Mi.-mlt hi M*T m.nt, btaurifylly Hn*+* •> dtcoraUd through**, •• "*T MIAMI branch ri f %  *9f* l icy of %  ravMlafl #MWI tm*~ %  Hi fin.rt character. 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE IVEISIIK MEMORIAL CHAPEL ISM WASHINGTON AVINUI, MIAMI lACM Ph...: 5-3355 S7 7 ,^^ IOWARD T. NIWMAN, ?"•'•' Wr ^ wr All IISINIIM. Tr^wr^ riWAMAVlNi



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PAGE FOURTEEN 9-Jenistfkrkfiar HAYIU GREENBE^KOOuC0 FRIDAY, DECEMB ER 3, 19 48 • v VfTElAM S/OfcESMAN EOR T lAMR ZIONIST U0EMEN7 ill Ta£ US U: .>i Of TIE fORikWST ZIONIST UAWR5 %  m WOMD TOOAY. ass* £ TURNED TO WRITING AND IECTURJN6.IN %  EftXElV Y'PMSH AND RUSSIAN,IN MHAlf Of -;: •-,-DEU.-E .1" RUSSIA 'N ;i;C.*sD tSMtOUUD TO muSFOOR YEARS lATER TODAY HE IS EDITOR 0? !PL*Y1N WR KEMFER* AND THE HA "> %  >•[ = OfflOAl TIPOISH mO ENCUSN '*£, Of THE OS IAMR ZIONIST MMM'NT SINCE Ri5 RR;A4. TW£ .N *E0 STATES.HE HAS CROSSES --: ::.*'' Sc.iM. T V:S. SHAWN* IN MAAif Of UM* ZtiN.SM.-C S ** ACCOMPLISHED "ERr ORATOR ST ,nttSC*! -• S A MEMIER Of THE ZIONIST i;;..-.MU TTU AND Of THE EXECUTIVE SPOKESMAN FOR TMf IAROI rtefi •. IN AMERICA. A/HO Ui MH i*tr. M M SERVICE TO tfAUfnfi mNUHOI isfcAfl REBUILT k^ 7 ^^ ^frJ IMMEDIATE SEiVICt — REASOKAILE PllCfS : QUALITY WOtSMANSHIf W' 1 ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE —Photo Arts -.i-Le a '•' % %  -' and letl multigraphing, photog. etc. in _.. ^ t addition! services and -,.: -. rk Ace Letter is managed 1 advertising by firms thi ng it 1 -nil : Rud .--• executi\e ,_.• .: SlirJinn loft t(1 noht • via -•> %  __..... — ....__--ida The to" the :--a:. Advertising rial ... rganization, at its 27th annual %  .-. i ..-. i Sept be 7Ace Lett Ser ted at llfl N.E 6th St en :r fc asin mce 1927 and nsi 1 the largest of its l • -. %  : .mg, the firm is equipped to r.ai Standing, left to right. R. J. Crystle. Mary Rubey. Goldie Shenkmar.. Benjamin Shorstein. M. P. Bock. Arthur Porcelain. Harold Watman. William Magir.nis. Harry Kantor. Dorothy Turner. Sylvia Bujaky. Sitting, left to right. Anne Miller. Fannie Naihanson. Margaret Adelberg. Betty Meyer. Louise Walker, Jeanne Rentschler and Dolores Dickover. MOTOR TUNE UP LUBRICATION FRONT EN0*AU6NNEMT PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW *i RECONOITICNED MOTORS HOUOA-S MOST MO08N FACAITIIS MEW fosTWA* wanaw KNOV.-MOWMKHAIKAl JIAf lUCOn riAM OtMtt • SAM MURRAY MIC t1 MCATM WiMVAID PHONE *4l TRUCK DIVISION • b N f nn srnn PMCM ^CMinAil .1 c Collins Transport & Terminal V.orp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 2-CS3, ?:er 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks Town Hall Lists Talks By Singer Wendt, La Galliene, FPA, Nance t You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by lilt. JACOB H. KAPLAX By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NX. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087, MIAMI. FLA Price $230 a Sp • : %  -.lecture will discuss -Successful Living" in 7 Hall I Miami | his April 6 address. F zr.d by Herrr.ar. Tickets for the series may be obstamed at Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. Herman B £o%lto his violin — his orchestra Limited engagements now aocepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366 A Binder, Town Hall president. The speakers ... Dr. Kurt llracli Auxiliarv author Directors Meet' IV **+ A ^-"" Wendt.'. ^' -^x Greenberg will open f ^A iit r:al director ^ C r "jf !" at 1100 U 0 tr St Mia ^ : Mnee Ill-as? eac > Tuesday at 8 p.m.. to the gazine; J ard K ^mbers of the Miami Eva La GailiBeach Auxiliary of the Jewish enne no'ed ac* Horne for he A 8 ed for a meeting rthor; ar f rece P li fn g g columnist, author, and "InformaIm P i ^ tant flans for fund raist.^^ DU. • %  TN :r -S *'iU be discussed. Mrs. BenPlease mainstay; and Dr.' j amin sherr> president> asserts E. C. Nance, president of the An anniversary meeting of the University of Tampa. auxiliary will take place TuesDr. Singer, who was a meir.beday af tern n. December 28, with of the Allied Nations underground RoVT^" ,he u SuTmer ;wr^u nTT %  „ Book Pr Ject under the chairin World War II, will speak on manahip of Mrs. Sol Silverman. -Beyond the Iron Curtain" at | Temple Israel on January 3 Gym Group Swims Dr. Wendt wiu speak January The women's athletic class. 2,. He is a leading authority on I which meets at the Miami YMatomic energy and its use in conYWHA gj-mnasium each Tuesday structive ceyelopment. Miss La! afternoon at 1:15 o.m., began al,. e /' ne %V Sp eaK 0n Theatre t-mating its activities between -1949 in her lecture on Febthe regular gymnasium class and ruary 23. a ttAaA party at the Venetian Adams, wno is known as F. P Pool. Transportation will leave for A., will lecture on 'Sense and the pool from the Y at 2 p.m. on Nonsense ..larch 15. Dr. Nance| alternate Tuesdays. At'oo. time or ******* I'm* At OH time %  fSZZJsmU orefcom* upeet •lj ltter 7. ( :; e SMS wrought DTT.Thi tMSW* m work well the nt day. .f yw gX UM ret you need. At "^EJaodi not do M to many lhousaa


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Joseph Malek Opens Law Office Here Joseph Malek is announcing the opening of law offices at 1703 Congress Building. Malek. who received his law degree from the University of Miami Law School, also worked for his B. A. at the university. He was a member of the International Relations club, the Psychology club and the State Junior Bar Association. An active participant in Hillel, he conducted Passover services at the university last year. He graduated from Miami Senior High school and took his first two years of college work at Wayne University and the Detroit Irstitute of Technology. where he was president of the freshman class, vice president of the sophomore class and associate editor of the Detroit Technonian. Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Michigan Ave., Mihe is treasurer of Lodge B'nai B'rith, a of the Miami Beach Son of the Malek, 1361 ami Beach. Tropical member YMHA and Masada. He L< rctive in other community leligious affairs. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE OIRCCIT COl'RT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIX>RIDA — IX CHANCERY. No. 120828. MAX XECKOWITZ. rialnllff. vs. VIOLA XECKOWITZ. Defendant. THE STATE OK FLORIDA: TO: VIOJ-V XECKOWITZ In Care >f MRS RUTH OlMDA 68' Cherry Street Vineland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to Appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above at> led cause on or before the .1 day of January, 194s. otherwise the alienations of the said BUI will be taken aa confessed against you. DATED this 1 day of December. 1948. E. R. LEATHER.MAX. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. LEGAL NOTICE JOSEPH W MAl.EK Solicitor for Plaintiff Congress Building Miami 82, Florida 1J J-10-17-24 C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. also and LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE O I NTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No Dl vis : F CHARLES OTTO MOLDEXHAUER • I M IRY M< 'LDEXHAUER. his wlf< ffs. vs FANNIE BORDEN: hoe naim unkni wn, .*: i II elthei e said 1 defendants be d< .%  %  .-• %  • ; .-. II partii an interest ... l< %  gainst • • %  • %  lants and I part lei knowi .< %  hav ;•-%  %  aiming t right, title or interest in i i ins; des %  %  property sit • Ins In I '.i<:C inty, F : In Bli :-B of PTRE IMLAX1 G VRI 'ENS a ordIng t. th< :• d in ge 27. of the Publ '• %  • la of Dadi C intj Florida Defei lanu TO THE DEFENDANTS FANNIE RDEN I. If i I, her a wh -• • tn wn, and If either lea '.. the hi Ira ntees edltora and all ruj an merest by. or if at the said %  %  • fend %  ,,r;ir< known or unki wi having or claiming to have any right I I '• interest : .n or to the 1 %  .; ....... ( lying %  •' I • ing ::•. P.". !• Fl' : | %  'A • Lot 2 lr Bio k 2-B f STREAMLAN! RDENS i ordlng to th< PI it thei %  : %  • %  .•;:• PI : Book : Page .' f the 1 Rt rds of Da ; %  .:-•• Fl 4 y< U ave hereby "• .in the -•-. led ee before the Circuit Florid at the • :•'-.-• M ami, Dade r before Jan f Comi tint gainst j 'harles Otto I • %  '•' enhauer %  % %  : %  • %  for the %  • • uieting '. ng the title 1 thi above %  %  • • • • %  -. tiffs "harles M %  • and '-%  <•'• ihi -••> M Mtiins of th( aaid BUI "•• %  ; ... % % %  ....• '.: this -•' lay of November. E •• • E v'HERMAN, 'lerk %  C rcu I Court ty, I rida : Court BeaD By R H. RICE, JR Deputy Clerk ALFREt KREISLER %  %  %  • %  ••--. :•• %  • %  %  Arm Bank 1 | -.•-'.•-.4 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS This is to certify that, whreas. Jack L Rosen. Miami Beach, Florida, Helen Gorecke, Miami Beach, Florida, ., J Kronlck, Miami Beach, Florida, did on the 10th day of July. AD. 194*, cauaa to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10098, Laws of Florida. Acts of IMS, MIAMI LEATHERCOTE COMPANY, INC., %  • corporation, with its principal i I of buaineaa at Miami Beach, Dade County, in the state of Florida whereas the proper officers of such • ration did on the 26th day of November, A.D. 1948, Cause I the Secretary of State Of the State of Florida, a duly au' then tica ted resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10098, Laws of F I la Acts of 1925. Showing the dis lut of such corporation, and the Secretary of State is satisfied that the requireentts of law have been complied with. IX WITNESS WHEREOF have hereunto get my hand ha\e affixed the Great Peal of the State of Florida, at Tallahasse. the Capital, this the ;th dav of November, A.D. 1948, (SEAL) R. A GRAY. Secretary of State. 12 3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT OOCRT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 120839. IRVING OCHITILL. Plaintiff. vs. SYLVIA OCHITII.L. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl I SYLVIA (H-HITII.L -"" Elliott Plai a Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for riled against you in the above styled cause on or before the 3 dav • anuary, 1st?: otherwise the allegations of aald Bill will be taken as conressed against you. Dated: December J, 194. E B. I.EATHERMAX. -.. ,^ lerk nt circuit Court. '.:rt Sea!) By M JOSEPH W MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff %  greaa M • : Fl irida :2 S-lO-17-84 C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • *; %  %  %  !.-. ::ng to engage In new under the fi,tltio US „„,£, „ w Manufacturing Co. at 80S X F Jfl V" %  .Miami, F rida, Intend to name with the Clerk of Florida! of Dad County. MAX ALCON ROBERT SAUXDFRS WILLIAM I BRENNER 8 A """ • >' %  K\ pllcanta -: M7-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Perl Bros, at 131) N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. ft PERL MICHAEL PERL 11/5-12-19-26 12/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlnir to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Raphael's Restaurant at 746 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I'ounty, Florida. EZRA RAPHAEL 12 3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 120.136. JOAN SHIRLEY CORTESE. Plaintiff, vs COLOMBO CORTESE, Defendant. You. COLOMBO CORTESE. 926 West Tabor Road. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 3rd day of January. A.D 1949. otherwise Decree Pro Confess., will be entered against you. Dated this 2fith dav of November 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk Circuit Court. • Circuit Court Seal) By WILLIAM STOCKING. ..„ Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law i"i'3 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 12 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE JANET OBERLAXn'' Pi". 8 '.' GEORGE Ol i ERu.N,,'' I ',' f ,:ff ; U To: George Oberland f ,| "l-int. 1046 E. 35th Street Brooklyn. Xew YorkYou are hereby ordered tn fiu appearance or answer to ,L 'i,?,w complaint for divorce filed ,. '" by JANET OBERLAN-V "„ ~V"'t Vou the. R day of Deeembei "?' 0r tner. will %  %  111 m i-ii.i wise the allegations of be taken an confessed l,v DOXE AXD ORDERED of November, A.D. 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN (Circuit Court^Val, 0 C, ""t CcS By r. i GOULD GEORGE J. TALIAXOF K P l> Ch Solicitor for Plaintiff 11/1219-26 12/3 ^ NOT,CE W\^^^' NOTICE 18 HEREBY GlVB-v .u the undersigne.l, dealring to eiuanTt! 1 business under the fi,t|,,„ t K '"• JOEL'S SHOES ," ,:-''! Avenue. Miami, Florida, • ,,..^1" register said name with the PlS* t0 SriSr c uri f sw MEYER A. WOLPE LEONARI) Wul pi.-' WASMAN. SILVER A SAK0WIT2 Attorneys for Applicants Z 11/19-26 12/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTI7loU7~ NAME LAW 5 NOTICE IS HHREBY GIVEN th.. the undersigned, dealring to engageta business under the flctltloua name of Raubs Hardware 8ervlce at ilURW 8th Street, Miami. Florida, ,': nd „ register said name with th, Clerk Of F.or.d C a :' CU,t C0Urt f M MANUEL F. RAUBFOQEL v,„^v S IAUT1X P RAUBKOGEL MILTON A. FBI El .MAN ^ Attorney for Applicant a 1023 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 11/5-12-19-26 12'3 OF CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS This Is to certify that, whereas, MARX M FEIXBERG. Miami, Florida. SAM SEITLIN, Miami. Florida, ANN SMAGA.I. Miami. Florida. on the 12th day of December. A D. '.947, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 1 •-• Lawa of Florida, Acts of 192".. UNITED ACCESSORIES, INC., a corporation, with ::; r: pal place "f business at Miami, Dade County, in the Stat*> of F>rida. and whereas the proper •' era of such corporation did on the 28th day of November. A.D, I I! • to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated res ration adopted by the stockholders un li the provisions of said Chapter I •• I-aws of Florida. Acts of 1?::., Show1 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP Notice la hereby given that Harold the 1-M ". r, d Ja .>' n ""'d OKrfen on i J / lay of November. 194S diOgden .? n C T-ir, tnershl known d a s OF NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION V .• PARTNERSHIP -Notice Is herebv given that .K„ Parrnershlp. SUZANNE SUPPER Flown'. 34 N Ml ml Avenue. Mtam? Mot Ida. between FDW\RO igfclUPP "> SANFORDH. GOLD BKRl, has been dissolved u ^EDWARD E. OLASSER J/-10-17?84 NFORD ,:, -""H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Rudma Picture Co St., Coral Gables, register said name the Circuit Court Florida. CHARLES S. AMDUR Sole Owner. BURNETT ROTH Attorney 412 Congress Bldg. 11 19-26 12 '3-10 at 3822 S.W. 8th Fla intends to with the Clerk of of Dade County, NOTICE N U A N ME ER L A^ CT,T,OUS Dade I-OUIS POWFSKT Ing the dissolution of such ••; ra-l -IPHIF pouVci-v on. and the Secretary of State lal" I2-:?-2^ 12 3-ifJ TO H 1 of! satisfied that the requirements law have been complied with. IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capita!, this the 26th da of November, A.D. 1?4? (SEAL) R. A. GRAY Secretary ( State 12 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Wit the CJerk of ,^^^ 8 r• t t r 5a, nam t -tv k M; cu C ourt of ,..,... _f-\MUEL LANGER ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ""L •"', I l i: ,AI CPRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IX CHANCERY. No. 120889 PAULINE MAE FlORniLISO. PlainDILIso. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDAT K 9 p iV^KoA ( r Ari K ioRDii iso Jamaica South. Long Island, Xew York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the abovestyled cause on or before the dav of December. 1948: or a Decree Pro. onfesso win he entered against vou Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 9 dav of November. 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN, (Circuit Conr, C !?eV f ClrCU C Urt By WM. W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealring to .-ngagi in buMneaa under the flctli %  : „* Te 0 Click Pjoducta c 0 at 333 x \v *nd Lane, Miami. Florida, Intend, to "^ %  st.:said name with I %  '| e rt of ^Circuit Court of Dad. Count,! LOUIS ZAKARIX s.4e Owner M 26 12 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to -ngage In blneaa under the flctltloua nlme of the Tape Measure at 142'> \ \v frd Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend, to regis e r said name with the Clert of Florida rCUlt CO r, f a C MARTIN GREEXBERG ,. ... s ,e Owner. 11 26 12 8-10-17-24 JOSEPH W. MALEK solicitor for Plaintiff li3 Congrese Building Miami 32. Florida '.1 12-19-26 12 3 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the flctli m of 0 !" e -l-Aunder-Rite" at :•: g.w. 1st street. Miami. Florida. Intends to reg'• Mid name in, the Clerk of the % %  uM ourt of Dade O inty, Flor1(1.l # G. B. SCHOLTEX8 Sole Owner MILTON A. FR1EDMAX Attorney for Applicant 1051 Seybold Bldg Miami. Fla. II ".-12-19-26 12/3 Mendelsohn's S !" S C ^ Y Restaurant "30" Coll.na Ave.. Miami Beach WHERE THE FISEST MEET TO DISE TELEPHONE S-90&5 AIR COOLEDa* BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear NOT.CE N ^ |R FACTITIOUS ess -i'.• %  i ,,,. cr >caKe in Miarr.:. Flo-M a i^_2l" ,n s,r t. 12 3-10-".7-24-31 DE SOTO HOTEL And Health Resort Ideal for relaxation and health building. A modern steam heated hotel, all rooms with prWaie bath or shower. Physiotherapy treatments; message, mineral and cabinets baths; rational food. SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. TEL.: CLEARWATER 25€7 NOTICE l ffljB"iX!? m,0u Florida ELRY STOxg WESTR 'CH NOT CE UAS**, f ,CT 'TIOUS .NOTICE ir„ M A E L B A Y W GIV E X tha, BERXARD HORN LEO .HEINST" KALM :\v i 7:' > r fc,r Applicanta LSin? FU C: lC BuUdin NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage In business under the fictitious name of Ex-Ray Shoe Store at 1117 W. Flagler St., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ounty, Florida. L FR1EDI.ER Sole Owner BIRNETT ROTH Attorney 412 Congress Bldg. 11'19-28 12/8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Essex Village Texaco at 201 E 4th Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tV circult Court of ^de Countv. Florida. RALTH. ROBERT and .1 ,, n N ORMAN ROSEN. 11'a-12-19-26 12 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I ("•underalgned, di all ng • ens iga In buaineaa under the flctli HUM <5 ".*" Su PP'y •'" %  'I Tir. Co. at .'•. N. \\. :th Avenue, Miami, tin. intends to register aaid name with the ( leik of the CIrcu I C irt of I '• %  • %  'ounty. Florida. EMMANUEL COT1N0 ..„,. So| Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 11/12-19-28 12'3 NOTICE TO APPEAR "llSP V, 1R ^K, IT OOFRT OF THE [-, T ADE W ~ IN CHA N 'OERY, No. E ^V T J1 1 fTOAHT. Plaintiff, vs. BRINO WILLIAM STUART. De• Mdant. You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART I t Allagash AP97. Co Postmaster, New Wk. New York, are notified to e your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 10th dav of De> ember, A.D. 1948, otherwise decree pro ronfesso win be entered against A D ,t ?e allegations of said Bill of Complainant will be taken as confessed agalnat you. DATED this 12 day of No\ember, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit r o:rt. (Circuit Court Se^D By Wat w SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plalnu/f 1703 Congiess Buildfng Miami |£ Florida ti/l-4 12/S-18 STOCKING Deputy C % 



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PAGE FOUR Jewlst> fk rid ton FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1948 %  %  < '< • II • EDITORIAL Chanuka or ... How would you spell Chanuka—Hanuka. Hanukka, Hanukkah, Hanukah, Hanuca, Hanuccha, Hanucca or Honuccah. Then of course we offer the variations of Chanuka—Chanukah. Chanukka, Chanukkah. For more variety we give Honica or Hanica. There are still others! The endless variations of spelling Jewish holidays whose pronunciation are transliterations of the Hebrew language include the many holidays throughout the year. Simchas Torah, Succos, Rosh Hashonah, Pessach all appear in print in numerous fashions. The releases from local and national groups sent to us have no set form. Ours is an insignificant complaint. It could make our chores just a little easier and lend our finished product more consistency if there was a guide to follow. Just where the responsbility should fall we de not know but somewhere there should be an organization to help and establish a guide or pattern for all to use. WE PREFER CHANUKA! Mt. Sinai Hospital Further negotiations announced recently between the City of Miami Beach and Mt. Sinai Hospital brings new hope that the hospital project will become a reality in the very near future. A meeting of the minds between the parties concerned has been established for quite some time. The necessary formalities commonly referred to as red-tape have prevented definite action by Mt. Sinai trustees in any direction. A distraught Jewish community whose enIf we are let alone, we'll clear it away together— thusiasm has been aroused numerous times as the hospital program seemed on the verge of going into action, eagerly looks forward once more to definite news from Mt. Sinai Jewish Booh Month The advent of Jewish Book Month-to be served from November 26 through December ML is a very welcome event in Jewish com !" ,, V~ ^H B SJ2S£ ever greater SSS and participation. As in previous years th significant cultural occasion is under the leadI ship of the Jewish Book Council of America an activity of the National Jewish Welfare Board While figures don't always tell the whole story in this case they are significant and revealina Last year some 1,700 Jewish cultural and fraternal groups, spearheaded by some 320 Jewish Centers took part. The numbers this year, we are told, wili be larger. Jewish Book Month is a thrilling experience for the very young as well as the venerable members of the community. It has nothing stodgy about it It does not look down its nose at anyone. All are welcome and all participate: the children and the golden agers; the women's and men's clubs; the Center and every kind of educational and cultural group. All work together in what has become an important force for unity and cooperation in Jewish life. The educational and spiritual uplift that the "Month" gives is unden able. In commemorating the dates of great Renaissance and modern writers, in lectures, in radio programs, in symposia and exhibits, thousands are becoming aware of the golden treausry of Jewish lore and culture. This annual cultural event, we are sure, is bound to leave each year a richer soil for the flowering of Jewish culture. Beach B'nai B'rith Women To Hold Reward Luncheon The ways and means committee of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will entertain at a reward luncheon for all members who have already raised at least S25 toward their quota for the annual donor luncheon and fashion show. This reward luncheon, the first of a series, will be held at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Goldman. 4622 N. Bay Rd.. on Thursday. December 9 at 12:30 p.m. Quotas are being raised though private parties, ads for the journal or contributions. The B'nai B'rith Women's fundraising project for the year is the first eye-clinic in Tel Aviv, for the use and benefit of Israeli soldiers. Co-chairmen of the ways and means committee. Mrs. Arthur Frishman and Mrs. Alexander Libow are being assisted in arrangements by Mrs. Alper and Mrs. Harry Kaufman. All members who have raised this quota and can be a guest are asked to notify Mrs. Dave Alper, 6-5073, or Mrs. G. Goldman, 5-3108. l Musical Drama Added To Yiddish Program Morris Nasatir, director of the Yiddish Classical Hour, has announced the addition of a new feature, a transcribed musical drama in serial form entitled "The Musician's Daughter." The drama is written by Louis Freiman and features music by the noted composer, Sholom Secundo. The cast includes New York actors such ..s the late Isador Cashier, Gustav Berger, Flora Freiman, Celia Budkin. Charlotte Goldstein and Ben Zion Witler. The YiddishClassical Hour may be heard on Sundays from noon until 1:30 p.m. and on Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. over Station WINZ. Y Junior League To Give Membership Dance A free membership dance will be given by the Junior league of the Miami YMHA Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the outdoor patio of the Y, Samuel Kessler, membership chairman, announced today. David Kornberg is club president. Academy To Hoar Noted Soldier At Birthday Banquet Major Wellesley Aron, the first Jew in Palestine to be given a commission in the British Armv, will speak at the first anniversary dinner of the Hebrew Academy to be held on Sunday evening. December 12 at 6 p.m. at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. This affair is being tendered as a testimonial dinner to Dr. David S. AnMajor Aron dron president of the academy. Major Aron is a well-known educator and orator. He received his education at Cambridge University where he distinguished himself in the fields of history and modern languages. A leading figure in modern Israel, he has been chiefly associated with educational affairs. During the years that he has lived in Palestine, he has taught various subjects at the higher educational institutions of Haifa and Tel Aviv. | In 1937 Sir Archibald Wavell delegated Major Aron to undertake negotiations with the London War Office for the purpose of organizing industrial mobilization of Palestine in the event of war. As soon as war broke out, Major Aron enlisted in His Majesty's Forces in Palestine. As part of the Desert Forces in Egypt, Major Aron commanded the all-Jewish' Palestinian unit which was in the siege of Tobruk in 1941. He participated in the campaigns of North Africa, Malta and Italy. In 1944 Major Aron's unit was incorporated into the now famous Jewish Brigade of World War II. His unit received a citation from General Mark Clark's American Fifth Army, and he was later decorated by the British Eighth Army in Italy for "gallant and distinguished service whilst or. active duty." He gave evidence before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry in Jerusalem. Professional Women's i Diabetes Drive Board To Meet Monday I Begins Monday The executive board of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will hold their regular meeting Monday evening, 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y, it has been announced by Miss Rosalyn Klein, president. Final plans will be made for the fund-raising Chanuka dance to be sponsored by the organization on Sunday evening, December 26. 8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman of the ways and means committee is in charge of arrangements for the affair. Freddie D'Alonzo and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing and the program will Dade County's mass diabetic detection campaign to be conducted by the Miami Diabetic Association will get under way Monday morning and will continue until December 12. During this period the association hopes to collect and analyze 100,000 urine specimens. All drug stores throughout the city will serve as depots for urine specimens, which must be labeled before brought in. All urine specimens presented for examination should preferably be passed two or three hours after a fairly representative meal. Free analyses of these specimens will be made at the Medical Research Building at Jackson Memorial Hospital. If abnormal be highlighted by popular night conditions are discovered, indiclub entertainment. I viduals will be advised to consult Proceeds of the affair will be their physicians, or if financially allocated towards the various projects undertaken by the organization offering aid to Israel. Tickets at SI.25 each may be secured from any of the members or by calling Miss Levitt at 83-2061. unable to do so, to go to the Diabetic Clinic at Jackson Memorial Hospital. There is a high familial incidence of this disease and those individuals who have knowledge of diabetes among their relatives should particularly be checked. Diabetes is the eighth ranking cause of death and is the only major disease for which there is a known specific treatment. Mass surveys by the United HP „"!^ a i Q ?: nU i I daRC *. w l States Department of Health in landan' Th 5 S^ "'f^ several cities have indicated that vn"nt m P T Bna B : nth three per cent of the total popYoung Women tomorrow night at ulation is afflicted with diab ^ te P Si with a large portion of this numClara Landau Chapter BB Young Women To Sponsor Do-nut Dance Temple Sisterhood Will Observe Jewish Book Month The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will observe Jewish Book Month at their regular December meeting to be held Monday afternoon at 2 at the Temple. In keeping with this theme, Mrs. Colman Zwitman, program chairman, has arranged a literary program which will feature a review of the new best seller. George Granados* "Birth of Israel," by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. A guest musical artist will also appear. The program will be followed by a reception and tea. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Harry V. Simons, Elry Stone, S. Hantman, Henry Hirsch, Harry Nevins, Albert Hirsch. Mrs. Isaac Levin will preside over the business meeting which will precede the program. 8:30 at the American Legion Halll 1828 Alton Road. Miami Beach, it has been announced bv Miss Gloria Farkas, president. Proceeds of the affair will be used to purchase food baskets to be presented to needy children at a pool partv at the Marseilles Hotel. Co-chairmen of the dance are the Misses Arline Sisselman and Marjorie Stern. Miss Elaine Schwartz and Miss Lorry Finke are publicity co-chairmen. ber unaware of it. Organizations participating in the drive are: Dade County Medical Association, Southeastern Florida Pharmaceutical Association, Medical Research Institute, Jackson Memorial, surgical supply houses throughout Dade County. Junior Hadassah To Hold Lawn Party An informal lawn party will be sponsored by the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah, Sunday at 8 p.m. at the home of Evelyn Pollack, 1853 S.W. 23rd St. A program has been prepared by Rita Ross and prizes for best participants in talent contest.will be awarded. Admission is 50c stag or drag. In case of rain the party will be postponed to the following Sunday night. Zionists To Hold Forum The Miami Zionist Forum, conducted by Hymen Sootin, will meet at the Beth David audi%  torium on Thursday, December 9. at 8 p.m. Subject for discussion' will be: "Should all Zionist orj ganization in the U. S. merge into j one Zionist group despite differ-! ent political viewpoints." Beth Jacob Sisterhood To Stage Game Party The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob is sponsoring a game party to be held in the patio of the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Wednesday, at 1 p.m. Mrs. George HoffspiegeL chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. D. Whitman, Mrs. Wm. Kline, Mrs. Edw. Mendelsohn. Mrs. P. Pores. Mrs. M. Er.glander, Mrs. J. Felt and Mrs. L. Makovsky. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds of the function will be HovntoH &f K „ • to"" "'" 1 "' sister ana two brothers aevoted to the expansion proJjg as an uncle of Rabbi Max Of the Talmud Tojah. I-^£i ro _. 0 _r don Funeral Home) WM In Obituaries DR. SAMUEL ROSENBERG Age t>, of 37S5 Chase Ave., Miami Reach, passed away on November 30. He was a member of the Marshall I^odge, F. and A. M.. New York Cltv. He la survived by his wife. Ottllie: two daughters, Mrs, Thelma Vnger. and Miss Kmma Rosenberg, two brothers, Ixiuis and Arthur; four sisters. Mrs Annie Wolrlch. Mrs. Lillian H "t r ^. Mrs Ma >' Kallk "<< Miss Uertha Rosenberg-. Services were held yesterday at Riverside Memorial < hapel with Interment at Mt Neho 2!E?!? T Rabbl Irvln Lehrm'an officiated. WILLIAM EHRENREICH Age oS, of 1411 Collins Ave.. Miami Reich, died Monday He came here from Ferndale. N. Y.. and was the former owner of the Helen-Mar Apartment Hotel. Surviving are his wife. Rose: two sons. Including Milton, Miami Reach; a sister and two broth Jenisit florid fan Published twery Friday since 1r77 uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N < %  8ixth Street. Miami 1. Florida, entered as second-class matter July *, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March J. 1879. Tha Jewish Floridian has absorbed •ha Jawlah Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Featurf Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service, National Editorial Assoelaton. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ona Vaar 1 3.00 Two Years $ 5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 48 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948



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BBBS :; 9 salSai ; *ip EHnl ^wiislbJEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ftjjME 21—NUMBER 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Lt. Friedberg Capt. Albala traeli Army Yets To Speak To •deration Women At Annual Institute Lt. Shula Friedberg and Captain Alexander Albala, veterans |the Army of Israel, will be featured speakers at the first annual ititute of the Women's Year-Round Council of the Greater lami Jewish Federation to be held Wednesday, December 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant, 211 22nd St., |ami Beach. Jiss Friedberg left her career fa successful fashion designer serve with the Israeli Army. Irn in Kovno, Lithuania in E4, Miss Friedbergcame to Bestir.e in 1937. Since 1944 |ss Fiiedberg has been an inuctor in the use of small arms |the Haganah and more recentwith the Israeli Army. She rticipated in some of the most five fighting during the recent ab-Jewish conflict. She is now (command of a CHEN (Israeli linterpart of the WAC) unit [Haifa. Captain Albala, 25, has been host continuously at the front Ice the outbreak of hostilities ]November 29, 1947. He came (Palestine via the underground feral years ago, and was held 1 British detention camps for months. 6oth Captain Albala and Lt. ledberg are in this country as ft of the "Friendship Mission Israeli Youth," a group of ag men and women memIs of the Israeli Army who It come to America under the Ipices of the United Jewish Ipeal to report on conditions I Israel and the vast program I upbuilding and construction under way there. ither speakers on the all-day Igram include Mrs. Monte ]ig, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Herman Selinsky and MorKlass, executive director of federation. They will each lak on various phases of the pet "The Jewish Woman hs a Changing Community." Nature event of the all-day ptute will be a luncheon and Won show under the direction |Mrs. Alexander Kogan. This will display the latest create by Louis Haftel. ne program is under the co(irmanship of Mrs. Irving rman and Mrs. George frtkof. Mrs. Abraham Goodis president of the Women's Jr-Round Council. U.N. Political Committee Debates Palestine Future U.S. Backs Original Stand PARIS, (JTA)~The U.N. Political Committee this week resumed debate on Palestine as its 58 members discussed a Soviet resolution calling for withdrawal of all foreign troops from both the territory of Israel and that area of the country set aside by the U.N. partition decision for an independent Arab state. The committee also spent Zionist Conferees Adopt Full Program At Charleston One of the largest and most enthusiastic Zionist gatherings ever held in this area, re-elected Sol Benamy of Atlanta president of the Southeastern Region and formulated concrete policies for the continuation of Zionist work in the South. The occasion was the eleven annual "Salute to Israel" convention of the Southeastern Z.O.A. Region, which convened in Charleston over the week-end of November 20 to 22. Joke Felt of Miami Beach, Robert M. Travis of Atlanta, Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham, Ike Abelson of Birmingham and Alex Van Straaten of Miami Beach were chosen as honorary vice presidents. New vice president of the Florida Region is Shepard Broad. some time on a Polish resolution calling for a settlement of the Palestine situation on the basis of the partition decision alone. Dean Rusk, of the United States, opposed the Soviet and Polish proposals. Rusk expressed the view that the Security Council had already taken action for a Palestine armistice, and under its resolution of Nov. 16 a withdrawal of armed forces was contemplated in keeping with the armistice proposal. Rusk said the General Assembly should concentrate on broader questions of political settlement and leave to the Security Council the question of strict withdrawal. The discussion was opened by Russia with a demand that all foreign troops be withdrawn from Palestine soil for the sake of establishing security and stability. Egypt protested against Russia's reference to the armies of the Arab states as "foreign" troops. The Egyptian representative asserted that no case of unwarranted intervention had been established by the Security Council against the Arab states. "We went to Palestine as welcome guests," the Egyptian added. Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative, declared that the presence of foreign troops in Palestine constituted a threat to world peace. He added that Israel supports the Polish and Russian resolutions. Harold Beeley, Middle East exCommissioner fill Address >X T A Conference |TLANTA—Edward O'Connor, "nber of the U. S. Displaced pons Commission, and promil| civic leaders will address the fttheastern Regional Conferof United Service for New ericans-, major welfare agency n 6 immigrant newcomers, en will be held here at the fma-Biltmore Hotel on SatW evening and Sunday (Defer 4 and 5). Kmissioner O'Connor, who P P 1(, vious position as execuassistant of Relief Services !ne National Catholic WelConference made a firststudy of Europeans up|ea from their homelands, will uss at the luncheon session on faay the implications of the %  Placed Persons Act of 1948 fo. erican communities receiving aiding in the adjustment of [comers now arriving under Jaw Reuben B. Resnik, dior of the Community Relauepartment of United ServI w m also address this session. ponsor from this community UQ e Samuel Blank, Mr. and %  *> %  Myers, Dan Ruskin, Mr. Mrs. Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, Jy Stone, Morris Klass and jamin Meyers. NEWS FLASHES Agriculture Decision Postponed WASHINGTON, (JTA)—On recommendation from its general committee, the fourth annual conference of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization at its plenary session here put off until its next session the application of Israel for membership in the organization. Ecuador Will Accept 100 Families QUITO, Ecuador, (JTA)—President Galo Plaza Lasso has indicated that Ecuador would be willing to help solve the acute Shanghai refugee crisis by accepting 100 families from among the 5,000 Jewish refugees who have long been marooned in the Chinese port city. $250,000 Memorial Fund Established WALTHAM, Mass., (JTA)—The establishment of a $250,000 fund by Meyer Jaffe, of Fall River, Mass., and a group of his friends to be known as the William Walter Jaffe Memorial Library Building Fund for the construction of a university library was announced this week by the Brandeis University here. The building will be named in honor of Mr. Jaffe's son who was killed in an automobile accident in 1945. The library will be the first unit in a new expansion program of the university. To Return IVazi-Looted Valuables BUDAPEST, (JTA)—The Ministry of Finance this week issued an order providing for the return of Nazi-looted valuables to their rightful owners provided they can identify themselves and prove ownership. Israel Applies For U.N. Membership pert of the British Foreign Office, said, on behalf of Britain, that it was impossible to determine who was the foreigner in Palestine. He asserted that there were no Arab troops on the territory proposed for the Jews in the report of the late Count Folke Bernadotte. Byelorussia's delegate said that he had not seen documents inviting the Arab armies to Palestine. Each Arab state, he said, was grabbing a piece of the country, and under such circumstances there would never be peace. Transjordan, he added, was encouraged to invade Palestine and its army was led by a British commander with British officers serving under him. One of the highlights of the debate was afforded by New Zealand's Prime Minister Peter Fraser, who, although opposing the Polish proposal as "hopeless," declared that agreement could be reached only if the U.N. provided the conflicting parties with the needed lead and guidance. The partition resolution of last Nov. 29 should be the basis of everything to be decided from now on, and the Bernadotte plan, as well as other resoultions seeking to modify the original territorial settlement, should be regarded only as auxiliary factors, he asserted. Eban followed by asserting that "my delegation believes the Nov. 29 resolution is still a valid instrument of international law." He also pointed out that neither the late mediator nor acting mediator Dr. Ralph Bunche considered the Bernadotte recommendations a final solution of the Palestine problem. A vote on the Soviet and Polish proposals was postponed until a later date. During the debate in the Political Committee this week, Philip Jessup of the United States, reminded the body that it should keep in mind that it is still concerned with basic objectives in its consideration of the Palestine case. These he listed as: 1. Establishment of peace in Palestine: 2. Early attainment of a political settlement; and, 3. Reconciliation between the Jews and Arabs. Turning to the question of the resolutions before the Political Committee, the American delegate said that his government appreciates that the British have incorpated several American amendments in their latest version of the McNeil resolution. However, one amendment, which ihe U.S. considers most important, hi* not been included. This one, he said, asks the Assembly "to call upon the governments and authorities concerned to extend the scope of the negotiations provided for in the Security Council resolution of Nov. 16 to seek an agreement by negotiations conducted either directly or tnrough the conciliation commission with a view to a final settlement of all outstanding questions between them." Sternists Mutiny Set Prison Afire TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israeli military police, under strong armed escort, this week transferred a group of detained Sternists from a nearby detention camp to Acre after the Sternists had staged a mutiny and set the building in which they were hold afair. The Sternists surrendered to the Israeli M.P.'s only after it became too dangerous for them to remain in the blazing building. Two Carloads Collected In SOS Drive, Mrs. Ratner Reports PARIS, Nov. 29, (JTA)—On the first anniversary of the United Nations decision to partition Palestine into an independent Jewish and an independent Arab state, the Israeli government Tuesday submitted its formal application for membership in the world body. The document was submitted by Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok to U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie. The enclosure filed with the application states: "In behalf of the state of Israel I, Moshe Shertok, Minister for Foreign Affairs, declare that the state of Israel hereby unreservedly accepts the obligations of the United Nations Charter and undertakes to honor them from the day when it becomes a member of the United Nations." "We are happy to report to the Jewish community which so generously responded to the SOS drive on November 19 that two carloads of food, baby layettes, and new clothing, left Miami yesterday for overseas shipment," Mrs. Matilda Ratner, chairman of the local committee stated. "We owe a debt of thanks to all the area chairmen, to each SOS organization chairman, and to the hundreds of men and women throughout the county who worked on layettes, and assorted and packed the many thousands of cans of food which came to the depots. "We are grateful to the owners of the 200 trucks which were contributed to the drive and to the drivers who scoured the city for merchandise on collection day. "A very special vote of thanks should go to the following Miamians whose contributions of time and energy contributed strongly to the success of the drive: Mrs. Anna Brenna Meyers, Sherman Tobin, Sol Rovin, Stuart Gordon, Eli Kammer, Sidney Alterman, Martin Lipman, Harold Turk, Jules Channing, Leonard Tobin, Harry Kaufman and Alfred Katz. "To the many women who sewed layettes lor many weeks before collection day and who have agreed to continue with this work through the winter and spring and as long as there is need, we offer our profound thanks. "We wish to express our appreciation to the Miami and Miami Beach YMHA's, the Beth Sholom Center, Sam Weissel and George Bertram for the use of their buildings as depots. "To the greater Miami Jewish Federation and to everyone who participated in the drive, we are deeply grateful." Reach Agreement In Jerusalem JERUSALEM, (JTA)—An official communique announced this week that as a result of meetings which took place between Lt. Col. Moshe Dayan, Israeli commander ir the Jerusalem area, and Lt. CoL Abdullah Bey el Tel, commander of the Arab Legion in Jerusalem, orders have been issued to both the Israeli Army and the Arab Legion, as well as to the irregular units attached to the Legion in the Jerusalem region, to cease sniping. The actual ceasefire went into effect shortly afterwards. r U \ 1 •'. i i



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PAGE SIXTEEN rjenisti FhridHan RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY raiDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1 948 Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak 00 "The Character of Rebekah.'' Mr. anil Mrs. Nathan W. Kritzer will be hosts for the Oneg Shabbal following the services on Friday evening and Saturday. Saturday morning service at 10 a.m. Sunday School at 10:80. Hebrew School Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p.m. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Regular Sabbath eve services for Jewish patients and residents of the Coral Gables area at Pratt General Hospital chapel at S p.m. Robert Bergman, director, Will preach. An 1'iirg Shabbat featuring the Kidduah, folk and Sabbath songs. Jewish humor and readings, also refreshments, will follow. Everyone Is welcome As patients must retire by S45 worshippers are asked to arrive promptly at 8. United Jewish Schools, North Campus. University of Miami. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible Class at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan. teacher. An open forum follows. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning at S:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on Touble Education.'' Junior services held for children of elementary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at 5 followed by Snaloa Beudoa Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the 1 '. f the Week. Sunday School at 9:80 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to •: : Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Fr:day evening services at I 12 Services this week dedicated to the PTA Participating will be Mrs Max Feldman, president, with Mrs. .\ u n !e!i and Frank Rose. Rabbi Shai • topic will be '''Enough of I ear] Harl J-•• %  b in and a pr >f< Ml si choir will participate in the servl ••.Mr. and Mrs. Harrj ti will t ••• hosts at a re •. • f II' Ing the servli ei •• • son T':.. •.Bar Mltsvah. nad< thi I fferlnj The Bar Mltsvah will takpi Saturday moraine services at • %  The first In a series .•:' Sunday Bar %  '.-.. its I in 1 girls %  nd over n e held tl Ss at i Si • •' services at 1 Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 17; 1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. ':'' lay %  • • : .:._-••:-.: .-.-,• :' Ral %  ; h on "Of the ; %  • K %  • Ige Th Shalt Eat" in :.• • N •• nal Jew ish } % % %  'K M ntl • a.rr. and '.' | m At Satin :.. %  n mini servl es Ral I wlU The Weeklv Portion of the LAW." John, s-n of Mr and Mrs Ira C Walsey will become Bar Mltsvah, Junior Congregation at i-:30. C^nreakfaat Sunday morning at 9:11 the chapel. Hebrew school M r. lay through Thursday 3:3 to • Snnday school '.o o'clock t" noon. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon K onish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:15 Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Separation .'f Church and State in IsA reception will follow the services. Sabbath service at 10:45 Dalton Becker will become Bar Mltzvah. Sunday school at 10:45 for children from 4H to .15. Hebrew classes weekdays from 3:15 for children T 1 ^ to 14. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services at 5:15. Students' services at 1" a.m. Sat., supervised by Bernard W. Kimmel of the Religious school staff. Bar Mltzvah of Lawrence Lapln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lapln. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily RellgoUl school from 330 to 6 p m. Dallj services 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening servl es at 5:15; Saturday morning services at 9 a m. Rabbi Simon April will Speak on "The National Ideal" Mlshna class at 5 p m Mil ha at 5:30 p m. foi. • I I SI %  %  S l< I I ThiRabbi will speak "ii the Portion of the Week Sui lay School at 10 a.m.; Hebrew School dally from 3:15 to 8:15 p.m. Daily Bervi ..: 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Rev Clareno C Btauffer, of %  aant Park Christian Church ai president • '. :he Ministerial Association, will speak on "The Christian Community's Challenge to Congregation Emanu-Kl and to Rabbi Marius Ranson." Rabbi Ran* r. will res with "My Work Here" A reception will follow In the social hall. The • t" attend the si at p.m ind the reception at 8:80 Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:1^ .%  • %  i.il ; % % % % %  : % %  for the new m w\ be offe • %  Sai irday morning at Th.Rabbi will speak on "D< Rrit.ii:; and A • -•.ii.es Saturday evening len •i: 4 The Rabbi will address the congregate :: r.n "Inner Ci nfll t Mir Cha at 4:30 followed by ShalOS Seudog and a program of Hebrew songs and mlros Dally services at 7:30 a.ra Class in Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi following the services. Services at 5:15 p.m. foiowed by a is l:i Jewish laws and customs. Maartv at S p.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Fr. lay evening services at 8:15. The will speak on "The Struggle for Freedom." Rita Hyman Bukstel, soprano, will be guest soloist accom• i % %  Bi tty Halem, pianist. A reception will follow. The public is Invited. Thanksgiving party for Reli->• us h >] Sunday at 1" a.m. Movies will be sh'wn by Abe SVhonfeld. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at S:15 condu. ted I > Rabbi Zwitman. The will be "Tomorrow Is Her. Gables B'nai B'rith Women Plan Luncheon Johnny Howard, comedian formerly appearing in the Harem room at the Latin Quarter, will act as master of ceremonies at the Coral Gables Women B'nai B'rith quota luncheon on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m. at Erving's Restaurant on Coral Way. A change in program has been announced by Mrs. William Hechler, chairman. The new program Will consist of the Cadillac Hotel floor show plus four rumba exhibitions. The luncheon will also feature a talk on membership by Mrs. Irving Becker, first vice president of Women's District Grand Lodge 5 and district membership retention chairman. Co-chairman Mrs. H. Bernstein advises that some plates are still available at $10 per plate and checks should be sent to the secretary-treasurer of the quota j luncheon committee, Mrs. Mildred I Suss. 120 A villa Ct., Coral Gables. tribute to the memory of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah. on the occasion of her birthday. A reception will follow the program and the public is invited. —Associated Photographers Appearing left to right are members of the cast "Price on Survival," a drama to be presented by the Hadassah Players Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Miami YMHA, seated, the Mesdames David Hess, Sol Rovin, Harold B. Cohen; standing, the Mesdames George Buch. Harry Laufer, Ernest Chernolf, Manuel Burstein. Hadassah Players To Present "Price On Survival" Monday Night "Price on Survival," a drama performed by the Hadassah Players, will highlight a program presented by the organization's Miami chapter Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Miami Y. The cast will include the Mesdames David Hess, Harry Laufer, Ernest Chernoff, Sol Rovin, George Buch, Monica Monheit, Joseph Weitzner. Manuel Burstein and Harold B. Cohen. Mrs. Rovin will direct, Mrs. Joseph Sugarman will act as stage manager and Mrs. Irving Sperling will have charge of the costumes. A Chanuka candle lighting ceremony will precede the play and the Singers of Israel, under the direction of Joseph Schriebman, with Leon Schiff as soloist, will render Hebrew and Jewish folk songs. Mrs. Ben S. Hertz will pay DINING AND DANCING "AT ITS BEST'' VICTORS "FOOD FOR THE EPICURE" NOW AT THE RALEIGH Ocean Corner at 18th St. PHONE 5-0792 HI lit & IIS l< VSTEIX RexdtoAi Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Year* of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 White Help for Homes, Hotels. Restaurants, Offices. Medical and Dental Assts. 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PAGE TEN ^Jewish Hcrldlar FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1948 \. I S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For' Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C'lBD "DTB Telephone 5-9017 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAJRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Somthern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. let Are. Ph. 3-2667 Letters To The Editor Regular Reader Miami Beach, Florida November 22, 1948 Editor. Jewish Floridian: I am a regular reader of the column "I'll Say" by Harry Simonhoff and find these articles stimulating and challenging. Frankly. I like them. I am, personally, deeply interested in all that concerns Israel, and want you to know that such interest springs from a heart that beats with warm and tender love for the Jewish people, for from them, according to the flesh, our blessed Messiah and Saviour. Jesus, came. I am much burdened because of the existing misunderstanding between the Christian and Jew. To me. it should not be, for our holy religion has its roots in Old Testament Judaism. As I see it. what the flower is to the bud. TRUE Christianity is to Judaism! Many of our Jewish friends do not know, and many Christians evidently have forgotten, that the birth of the Christian Church on the Day of Pentecost some two thousand years ago was from among JEWRY. To anyone acquainted with Biblical Jewish history, it is well known that anti-Semitism, as it is currently called, began centuries before the Christian area. An Egyptian Pharoah was perhaps the first "Hitler" on the pages of history and instituted the first Jewish pogrom. However, the 1 tragic fact remains that Church history also reveals that some of the most cruel and bloodiest pogroms were instigated by official Christianity, such as the Spanish Inquisition. Our Jewish j friends cannot find it easy to dis• associate such deeds perpetrated | against them under the guise of Christianity from the life, character, and teachings of Christ Himself, and one cannot blame them for it. either, especially when even today the same spirit of cruel intolerance continues against them in. and by, so-called Christian nations and people! I remain Sincerely yours. In God's will and service, Estelle Crutcher. Minister Beth-El Church of the Nazarene Miami Beach. Florida. Opportune I. R. Goodman, Coordinator Southeastern Conference on Israel Dear Mr. Goodman: I want to express my deep appreciation and great thanks for giving me the privilege and opportunity of participating in the Southeastern Conference on Israel and also for the many kindnesses you extended so graciously to my guests. In my humble opinion, the Conference was one of the best programs that has ever been brought to the community of Greater Miami. I am still awed by the exceedingly competent staff of authorities you brought into our midst. Without exception they were brilliant personalities. In recent months I have noted with concern fever Hares indicating mental illness due to social and economic tenions in our community. For this reason the Conference came at a most opportune time and I am convinced that the Conference's effect has been both immediately prophylactic and prophetically remedial. The Conference, in my judgment, was exceptionally enlightening and inspiring. I should like to note also that I have never seen a Conference conducted with greater care given to mechanical details which unquestionably contributed largely to the success achieved. Again I say thank you for your great favors shown to me and my friends. May the nation Israel soon be at her place in the United Nations and always continue to inspire mankind to a greater devotion to the great ideals of faith, freedom and democracy. (Signed) Edward W. Ullrich Dean of Christian Workers College, Greater Miami. Jack Gordon Appointed Jack Gordon, state chairman of the American Veterans Committee, was recently appointed Southeastern Regional chairman at the national convention in Cleveland. Ohio, AVC headquarters announced. Gordon will take his place on the 24-man national Planning committee, the AVC governing body. Local Firm Receives Exclusive Distributorship Of Leading Brands Palm Distributors. Inc.. with offices and warehouse at 14 N.E. 24th St.. have recently been appointed sole agents for the distribution of the products of I. Rokeach & Sons. Inc.. and Horowitz-Margareten in the Miami area. 1 The name of Rokeach has been famous for over half a century for quality Kosher foods and 1 other products for the home. Horowitz-Margareten. too. is known the world over for "the Matzoh with the Taste" and other foods including Kosher canned chicken soup and other chicken products. These manufacturers have chosen Palm Distributors, Inc.. to represent them here because they feel that they can be served to best advantage by a firm which .specializes in the distribution of I quality foods. The Palm Distributors personI nel have a thorough knowledge of the grocery field. Sol T. I Schwartz was formerly salesman | with a large Miami wholesale | grocery concern. Nat Schwartz, a veteran of World War II with four years service as a master sergeant, was formerly a well-known provision distributor here. The Schwartz brothers together have spent some thirty years serving the public in both wholesale and retail groceries. Another member of the firm. Harry Yagoda, is also a World War II veteran, having served in the U. S. Army Construction Corps in Greenland for almost two years and in the Navy for over two and one half years. Prior to his wartime experience, he was employed as general manager of the sales department by one of the foremost tobacco and candy jobbers in New York City. In addition to Horowitz-Margareten and Rokeach, Palm Distributors, Inc., represent and are the exclusive distributors for such firms as Martinson's Coffee and Chenkin's Natural Food Company (dried fruits of Zephyr Hills). Pioneer Women To Meet The Pioneer Women, Golda I Meyerson Club of Miami, will j hold its regular meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Congregation Beth El. 590 SW. 17th Ave. The meeting will honor new ; members. A program has been ar; ranged and refreshments will be served. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and ReailTering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUS LOUIS GERBER GRAND CONCERT MAXIN BRODYN International Celebrated Singer and ZEI.DA ZLATIX Distinguished Raconteur Pianist JEWISH FOLK CHORUS BEN YOMEN. Conductor Sunday, December 12th at 8 P. >| MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 1424 DREXEL AVE Sponsored by Greater Miami (Ambijan) Committee Adminission $1.00 Tax .20 Total S1.20 (ymplefe and ^bependaUe cTif/e Jefawe M IAMI TITLC & distract Co, tt TEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IK DRDE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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"^rnAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948 Miami Synagogues To Hold Memorial Services For Mrs. Wise December 10 ^J^lstncrSdliari PAGE NINE Services in all Miami Synagogues Friday, December 10, will be conducted in memory of the late Louise Waterman Wise, wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, on the first anniversary of her death. Members of both the Miami and Miami Beach Chapters of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Conof which Mrs. Wise was Rabbi Zwitman To \ildross New Bit Young Women A meeting of the newly formed Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Young Women to be held at the Stevens Hotel Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, will'' be addressed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, in whose honor members of the group named their organization. Mayor Marcie Lieberman of Miami Beach will welcome the group into the community and Milton Friedman, president of the Flor-j ida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will present the charter to Miss Carol Potasnik, president of the chapter. A play will be presented by the group under the direction of Miss Sandy Schocnberg. The Misses Harriet Feinberg and Cecile Zaretsky will be in charge of the reception and tea which will follow the ceremonies. Irving Kaufman and Mark Hammer, manager of the Stevens Hotel, will serve as hosts to the group. The Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women is composed of young ladies between 18 and 25. Those interested in attending this invitation affair and joining the group are asked to contact Miss Potasnik. grcss founder and national president for many years, will participate in the services. Those who will speak at the services arc: Mrs. Benjamin T. Sherry, Temple Israel; Mrs. Leonard Glickman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, AJC, Beth Sholom: Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president of the Miami Chapter, Beth David; Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida AJC and national vice president, Miami Beach Community Center; Malvina Weiss, Temple Isaiah. Mrs. Wise, who began her career as an artist, became a social worker at the University Settlement. She organized and presided over the Visiting Nurses Association, Portland, Oregon. In 1914 she founded the Child Adoption Committee of the^ Free Synagogue, which has placed over 3500 children. She was president of this committee until her death. Mrs. Wise established the American Jewish Congress Refugee Houses, which have sheltered 4,000 refugees from many lands and of many faiths, and the Congress Defense Houses, which offer shelter to service men of the United States. Mrs. Wise exhibited paintings at Pennsylvania Academy and at Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D. C. and was a member of the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors. Many of her translations from Hebrew have been published. On a national scale a youth hostel for the children of Israel being established in memory f Mrs. Wise by the AJC. The project, which will be supervised by the Youth Bureau of Israel's Department of Education, revived its first contribution from Rabbi Wise, who donated funds sent to him at his wife's death for a living memorial in her honor. Mrs. Irving Lehrman Girls' Club Rehearses First rehearsal of a Chanuka Program to be given by the Hatikyah Club of Young Judaea will be held Sunday at 7 at the Congregation Beth El. Girls between 'he ages of 10 and 13 are invited. Shirley Ross Is Betrothed To James Ellison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101 S.W. 20th Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to James Ellison, son of Mrs. Lee Ellison, San Francisco. The wedding will take place December 19. Miss Ross is a graduate of Miami Senior High, where she was a member of the glee club and participated in USO service work. She attended the University of Miami and majored in music there. Mr. Ellison attended San Francisco High, after which he served in the Army for three years. He is now majoring in business administration at the University of California. Mrs. Leliriiian Is Elected Academy PTA President Mrs. Irving Lehrman was elected president of the Pare/it Teacher Association of the Hebrew Academy at a recent meeting. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Jack Burris, vice president; Mrs. Irving FYankel, vice president; Mrs. Alfred Stone, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Bolowey, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leon Kronish, recording secretary; Mrs. i. Rubinstein, financial sen-clary; Mrs. Mosej Mescheloff, treasurer; Mrs. Paviil Amlmn, organization chairman. The following members were elected committee chairmen: Mrs. David Andron, committee on by-laws: Mrs. S. R.iliinowitz. room mother. Mrs. Sol \j. Suearman. publicity; Mrs. TV Z. Oinsburg, hospitality. Mrs. Jos. SolOwev. membership; Mrs. i. Makovsky, library: Mrs. Sol I/. Sugarman, library: Mrs. B. 7.. Ginsburg, Hebrew Academy Reylew associate editor; Mrs. J. Imberman. diulm; room. The following will serve as memhers of the hoard of directors: The Mesdames trying Roxenbaum, I.eon Chaves, Urn Zion Glnsburg, Leonard Ollckman, T-ouis Glasser, Sydney Cans. Jack Imberman. William Jacobs. George Kimmel, I.ouls Levin, Irwln Makovsky, Sidney Rablnowit*. Max Shapiro, I. H. Rhmilson, Sol L. Sugarman. A program was prepared by Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman of the program committee, in celebration of Jewish Book Month. Mrs. Leon Kronish, Ben Yomin, Mrs. Louis Levin and Abe Gannes participated. Refreshments were served and arranged by Mrs. BZ. Ginsburg, Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs. Irving Frankel. The regular meeting day of the PTA is on the first Tuesday of every month. Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen Miamian's Wife Heads B. B. Young Women Mrs. Seymour S. Cohen is the recently elected national president of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Past president of the District No. 5 B'nai B'rith Young Women and co-chairman of the national convention for the year 1947, she is the wife of Seymour S. Cohen of Miami who last year was national president of B'nai B'rith Young Men. Mrs. Cohen, the former Ruth Fagan of Washington, D. C, was married to Mr. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Cohen, 1864 S.W. 14th Terr., a year ago. She has ben active in B'nai B'rith Young Women for three years and is a member of the Frances Y. Slanger chapter in Washington. A graduate of Roosevelt High school in Washington. she attended Wilson Teachers College. Mr. Cohen is the regional director of the Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and is now living in Pittsburgh, Pa. Thomas Phillip Markowitz Thomas P. Markowitz To Become Bar Mitzvah Thomas Phillip Markowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 801 N.E. 74th St., will be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9:30 at Beth David Synagogue. Thomas, a student of Horace Mann school, Miami Shores, will address the worshippers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond. 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