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

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

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VOLUE 21-NUMBER 49
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
UPA Conflict Settled
Through Council Aid
Formal announcement was
made Wednesday that the United
Palestine Appeal conflict concern-
ing fund-raising and policy-form-
ulating for unified efforts between
the UPA organization and the
Committee of Contributors and
Workers, a dissatisfied group of
the UPA, was amicably settled.
Conciliation between the parties
was carried on through a com-
mittee of the Jewish Federations
.Tid Welfare Funds, of which
Stanley C. Myers is national
president.
The CJFWF had made tentative
plans to establish a national Jew-
ish Welfare Fund under the aus-
p;ccs of the Jewish Communities
of America if the efforts at settl-
ing the dispute had failed.
The conference set for Atlantic
City by the CCW has been called
off and it is understood that ses-
sions between the JDC and UPA,
which constitute the United Jew-
ish Appeal (UJA) for a joint cam-
paign will get under way im-
mediately.
Abraham Goodman, vice presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, issued the following
statement this week:
"I have just learned of the con-
tents of a telegram received this
morning by Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, and
signed Feinberg and Shulman. Mr.
Feinberg is the chairman and
Mr. Shulman is the secretary of
a group of individuals known as
the Committee of Contributors
and Workers, that has in recent
weeks been carrying on a con-
troversy with the United Palestine
Appeal, which has caused a deep
rift in Jewish fund raising circles.
This committee, according to the
telegram, has just approved the
text of an agreement with the
U.P.A., which was worked out
through the mediation of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. In accordance
Abe Goodman
with the terms of the agreement,
the committee is calling off a
conference planned for December
12 at Atlantic City, to which it
invited Jewish leaders from every
part of the country. The telegram
does not give the other terms of
the agreemen^jbut to the best of
my knowledge, it calls for a 40%
participation by Jewish communi-
ties in the United Palestine Ap-
peal. It also calls for a cessation
of the controversial activities of
the Committee of Contributors
and Workers.
"As one who for many years
has been a contributor and worker
(but not with capital letters) to
the cause of Israel, I greet with a
deep sigh of welcome and relief,
the reestablishment of peace on
the fund-raising scene in all Jew-
ish communities of America. I
sincerely hope trfat the members
of the Committee of Contributors
and Workers will immediately lay
down their arms of atttack, which
unfortunately they used so per-
sistently and so harshly in recent
weeks against the leadership of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
(Continued on Page 4)
Israel's Bid For
U.N. Membership
Seems Doomed
PARIS, (JTA)The United Na-
tions General Assembly is ex-
pected to conclude its session at
the end of this week after giving
consideration to the watered-
down British resolution on Pal-
estine which was finally passed
by the Political Committee of the
Assembly by a vote of 25-21, with
nine abstentions, and which pro-
vides for a three-nation concilia-
tion commission to be appointed
by the Big Five Powers.
A move to slash all controver-
ial features from Britian's reso-
lution for a Palestine settlement,
already twice revised, developed
as the general assembly sought
to clear up its work for adjourn-
ment Saturday night.
Israel's bid to become the 59th
member of the United Nations
this year appeared today to be
doomed. The security council
scheduled a meeting Friday to re-
sume study of the Israeli applica-
tion.
Chanuka Institutes
To Honor Rabbis
All the rabbis of greater Miami
will be honored at the Chanuka
Preparation Institutes to be spon-
sored by the PTA's and Sister-
hoods of local synagogues in co-
operation with the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
The Miami institute will take
place in the Miami Y Monday
from 10 a.m. to 2:30 pm. The
Beach institute is scheduled for
Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the Wofford Hotel, 2400 Collins
Ave.
Chanuka blessings, songs,
stories, decorations, games and
recipes will be taught.
A special Chanuka booklet has
been prepared by the Jewish Bu-
reau of Education for distribution
at the institutes.
Basic Israel Problems
Solved Mediator Says
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Although difficulties lie ahead, the "basic
problems" of the establishment of the Jewish state and immigra-
tion to Israel have already been solved, acting mediator Dr.
Ralph Bunche this week told newsmen here after a visit with
Premier David Ben Gurion and high officials of the Foreign Office.
The mediator, who arrived in
the Israeli capital over the land
route from Jerusalem, stated that
to all "practical purposes" a settle-
ment has been reached and added
that he does not expect the re-
sumption of open warfare, al-
though minor incidents are al-
ways possible. "If all parties try
hard enough it will be possible to
make the transition from truce to
armistice and then to a final set-
tlement," Dr. Bunche said.
He insisted that after meeting
with Egyptian Premier Nokrashy
Pasha, King Abdullah of Trans-
jordan, Ben Gurion and Presi-
dent Weizmann, "the biggest
hurdles have already been taken." was already too much outside in-
During the meeting between
the mediator and the Israeli of-
ficials, the discussion centered
about "who will arrange outstand-
ing matters in the Negev, the arm-
istice prospects in the light of the
Paris resolutions and the refugee
problem," it was announced here.
A group of Palestine Arabs sub-
mitted a memorandum to Dr.
Bunche in Amman asserting that
they were representatives of the
Palestine Arabs and favoring
"Abdullah's rule over the Arab
part of Palestine," George Barnes,
the mediator's press officer, dis-
closed here. The Palestine Arabs
added that they felt that there
The armistice, unlike the truce,
he declared, "will mean a with-
drawal and reduction of forces and
the establishment of normal con-
ditions."
He revealed that he had heard
from the Israelis that a solution
of the Cyprus refugee problem is
terference in Palestine's affairs.
Dr. Bunche spent three hours with
Abdullah and several more hours
with the Transjordan Foreign
Minister, Barnes added.
Responsible U.N. sources said
the Israeli delegates had advised
their government in Tel Aviv to
near and that direct British-Is-' agree to free 1,500 Egyptian
raeli talks have taken place. The. troops trapped in the Negev and
United Nations never saw a "valid thus pave the way for armistice
reason" for the detention of the negotiations as a result of the
Jews, he continued. | semi-ultimatum issued by the se-
The mediator will make a full curity council Wednesday.
report of the current situation to
the Security Council in Paris, he
said, adding that he hoped to have
more positive news by the time
he reports. He asserted that the
situation in the Negev was "sat-
isfactory to the Jews and less so
to the Egyptians, while the United
Nations feels that the resolution
has not been realized fully." In
a joking aside, he said that the
arrival of the armistice and the
departure of the U.N. truce ma-
chinery from the Middle East
would be a "welcome reward"
for all concerned.
Britain told the United Nations
this week she had information
that Jewish armed forces had vio-
lated the borders of Trans-Jordan
at least twice.
Britain indicated neither of the
incursions was sizeable or signifi-
cant, but warned she has a treaty
of mutual assistance with Trans-
Jordan which requires her to aid
the little Arab kingdom in case
of attack.
The British report was prompt-
ly denied by Aubrey S. Aban,
Israeli representative, who called
it both "unfortunate and false."
Florida J DA Conference Opens at Roney Sunday
Mt. Sinai Corporation Will
Take Over Nautilus Hospital
The problem of anti-Semitism and a program for combatting
religious intolerance will be reviewed as more than 100 leaders
of Florida Jewish communities convene in the Roney Plaza
Hotel, Sunday, for the first Florida conference of the Joint De-
fense Appeal.
Max N. Kroloff, ADL chairman
for B'nai B'rith District No. 5, will
head the list of feature speakers
with an address on the coordin-
ated program of
the ADL and theTV!
American Jewish
Committee i n
fighting anti -
Semitism. The
conference wil
witness a show-
ing of the notabl
film "Make Wa
For Youth" an
the technicolor]
film "Songs o
Friendship" by
frving Caesar.
An audio visual aid panel for
better human relations will open
the conference, Co-chairmen
Leonard L. Abess of Miami Beach
and Harry W. Reinstine of Jack-
sonville, announced. Luncheon
will be served in the Surf room of
the hotel. Subject of the afternoon
Panel wil be: "What the Com-
munity Can Do to Support JDA."
Among panel participants will
be: Gilbert Balkin, Lawrence
Koch, Mitchell Wolfson, Benjamin
Mark, George J. Talianoff. Milton
Jocob Sher
A. Friedman, Jacob Sher, Sidney
Meyer, Mickey Michael, Alex-
ander F. Miller, Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi Marius Ranson,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Morris Skop, Morrice Uman.
Daniel Goodmark, Jack Kapner,
Albert E. Einstein, William Pal-
lott, J. Harold Saks, Sam Wolfson.
Harry Katz, Gustave Bear, C. M.
Daniels, Sidney Segall.
Members of the conference com-
mittee include Charles Adler.
president of the Jewish Welfare
Organization of Tampa; Jacob
Sher, president of the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation; Sam
Wolfson and Ben Stark, president
and executive director, respective-
ly, of the Jacksonville Jewish
Community Council; C. M. Dan-
iels, president of the B'nai B'rith
Lodge of Hollywood; Marx Faber.
president of B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge of Miami; Morris Klass, ex-
ecutive director, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Sidney Meyer,
chairman of the ADL Regional ex-
ecutive committee; and JDA Na-
tional Council members Jack
Kapner of West Palm Beach,
Charles Twain of Sarasota and
Louis Wellhouse, Jr., of Tampa,
and numerous others.
Academy Will Honor
Andron At Dinner
Four hundred religious, educa-
tional and community leaders are
expected to attend a testimonial
banquet in honor of Dr. David
S. Andron, president of the He-
brew Academy, Sunday at 6 p.m.
at the Grossing-
er Pancoast Ho-
tel. The dinner is
being sponsored
by the academy
in recognition of
Dr. A n d r o n s
contributions to
its founding and
growth.
Major Welles-
ley Aron, noted
Dr. Andron war hero and ed-
ucator, will be guest speaker of
the evening. In addition a musical
program will be presented.
Dr. David S. Andron is one of
the founders of the Hebrew Aca-
demy. He is vice president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District and
a member of the board of gover-
nors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Vice president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
treasurer of the Greatetr Miami
Zionist Emergency Council, he is
active in a number of communal
and philanthropic organizations.
(Continued on Page 4)
War Assets Administrator Jess
Larson yesterday approved sale
of the Nautilus Hotel, which has
been used as an army hospital and
rest home, to the City of Miami
Beach.
Under an agreement with the
city, the Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami will operate the
hospital. According to Lionel Sil-
verman, acting executive secre-
tary to the Mt. Sinai board of
trustees, the corporation will take
over immediately after the trans-
fer of deeds and papers, -and a
100-bed hospital is expected to be
ready for occupancy within six
to nine months.
In the meantime plans are being
completed for a 300-bed hospital
to be built by the corporation on
Collins Island and a health cen-
ter on Johns Island.
The agreement between the
city and Mt. Sinai carries with it
permission to operate the hos-
pital for a period of 20 years. At
the end of this time, the group
has an option to buy at not more
than $1,400,000the value which
the government has placed upon
land and buildingless whatever
improvements have been made.
Inasmuch as the Mt. Sinai cor-
poration expects that expenditure
for improvement will exceed this
amount, Silverman does not an-
ticipate that there will be any
transfer of funds at that time.
Silverman says that the present
25-year old structure, contrary to
rumors that have been given cur-
rency lately, is not and never has
been condemned. After a com-
plete survey of the building, the
Russell Engineering Co. of De-
troit has announced that it is in
sound condition.
Silverman announces that the
hospital fund-raising drive will
be intensified.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10,
Injunction Trieste Halt Temple Isaiah Services
Officials of Temple Isaiah were served this week with a
summons and complaint for temporary and permanent injunc-
tion by the Wags Transportation System, Inc., a New York
corporation of which Dan Arnstein is the president. The suit
charges that "large crowds" which "gather as a congregation
cause "noise and great traffic con-
gestion of hundreds of automo-
biles" which disturb Arnstein. De-
fendants in this action, which was
instituted in the United States
District Court, Case No. 2763M.
Civil Docket, are Herman E.
Cohen. Morris Resnick and Tem-
ple Isaiah of Miami Beach, Flor-
ida.
Temple Isaiah which was organ-
ized on June 8, 1948, as the only
Reform Jewish Congregation on
Miami Beach, began holding serv-
ices June 11 on the premises at
Isaiah is now estimated at ap-
proximately one hundred people,
with the same number belonging
to the Sisterhood.
4925 Collins Ave Miami Beach,
against which the injunction is
aimed. Temple Isaiah at its formal
opening had Rabbi Jacob Kaplan,
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association and the
Florida State Rabbinical Associa-
tion, install Ravvi David Raab
as spiritual leader of the Temple.
Dan Arnstein. who resides in
the residence directly south of the
premise;? temporarily used as a
Terr.ple, is plaintiff.
Harold Shapiro, president of
Temple Isaiah, when informed of
the court action this week stated:
"For a long time Miami Beach
has felt the need of a reform
Jewish Congregation and Temple
Isaiah is filling that need. There
is no other reform Temple to
which worshippers can go except
Temple Israel in Miami which is
overcrowded. It is our desire to
serve North Miami Beach area
including Surfside. Bay Harbor,
Bal Harbor and Normandy Isle.
We are not violating any zoning
ordinance because although this
particular building is located at
premises known as RAA District
for one-family mansions, yet there
is no provision anywhere in the
city zoning laws for a synagogue,
temple or church. We feel that
because there is no provision
made that we can continue meet-
ing at our present location. Other
temples and churches are located
in areas which are similar to the
PAA District. We are certainly
rot creating a nuisance because
we conduct our services in a quiet.
signified and exemplary manner.
Through the generosity of
Sam Kay and Herman Cohen
these premises were made avail-
able to us free of charge to No-
vember 1 and from that date until
June 1 we are leasing the
premises.
"It is our intention to resist this
injunction with all our might and
we hope to enlist the support of
the entire community, both Jew-
ish and Gentile."'
Rabbi Raab when asked for
comment stated "We hold Friday
evening services which are an
examply of dignity, solemnity and
religiosity. People who have
been attending have been inspired
by the services and the religious
instruction from which they re-
ceive enlightenment. I, as the
spiritual leader, feel that just as
you cannoi limit God to any one
locality so one should not zone
against the worship of God."
The membership of Temple
Rabbi Kronish Picks
New Israelite Staff
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
of publications, Miami Beach
Zionist District, announces that
the new staff of the Israelite, pub-
lished each month by the organ-
ization for its members, includes:
business manager, Murray Good-
man; cultural editor, Dr. Z. I.
Sabshin; youth activities, Dr. E.
J. Edelman; political actions, I. R-
Goodman; economic affairs. Abra-
ham Goodman; editorial, Alfred
Stone; rewrite and tintypes. Philip
Salmon; national fund and lunch-
eon club, Harold Shapiro: mem-
bership information, Alex Van
Straaten.
The Israelite publishes national,
regional and local Zionist news
as well as a calendar of Zionist
activities in the community for
the current month.
Miami Y Organizes
Girls' Athletic Club
A girls' athletic club has been
formed at the Miami YM-YWHA.
Objectives of the club, which
were outlined at the first meeting
Monday night, will include form-
ulation of policies to govern girl's
evening gymnasium classes and
in-service training for leadership.
The girls have decided to con-
duct a round robin volleyball lea-
gue. Teams and captains have
been selected and games will be-
gin this week.
Officers of the club are: presi-
dent, Felice Bobson; vice presi-
dent, Elaine Palmer; secretary.
Julie Chabner; treasurer, Sallye
Weinberg.
The girls will meet every other
Thursday evening at the Y at 7
p.m.
Beach Y Plans
Basketball Game,
Dance December 26
Plans for a basketball game and
dance to be held Sunday night,
December 26 at the Miami Beach
YMHA were formulated this week
at a meeting of the social and
athletic committee of the Y.
The chairman of the affair, Leo
A. Chaikin, announced that the
following people will assist in
completing arrangements for the
affair: athletic committee. Milton
Weinkle. Sid Sobelson, Ed Sirkin,
Fred Drucker and Irving Wilson:
publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lef-
kowitz and Murray Sparaga:
ticket committee, Al Ossip an*
Terry Shuman; refreshments,
Jules Channing; host and hostess
committee. Herbert Wallach and
Jack Lampert.
Hapoel Hamizrachi
To Meet Sunday Night
Hapoel Hamizrachi. the religious
labor Zionist youth group, met
last Sunday evening at 7:30 at
the home of Marvin Zalis, 1668
S.W. 14th Terr.
Temporary officers of the or-
ganization are: Moshe Grund-
werg, president; Marvin Zalis,
first vice president: Morty Rosen-
baum, second vice president: Ruth
Saal, secretary: Bobby Lauer,
treasurer.
Newsbriefs
The Citizens Board of the Uni-
versity of Miami has announced
the election of Dr. J. Holden Beck-
with, Miami dentist, as first presi-
dent of the organization. The new
group will serve as a liason body
between the university and the
citizens of the area. Serving with
Dr. Beckwith will be Henry O.
Shaw. Max Orovitz, Ray M.
Earnest and Mitchell Wolfson.
Membership will be by invitation
only.
Hadassah Bridge Party
The Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale
Chapter of Hadassah will hold a
dessert bridge at the Serf Hotel
on Thursday at 1 p.m. Prizes will
be ofered to the member who fills
the greatest number of tables for
the afternoon. Chairmen in charge
are Mrs. George Sogg and Mrs
Rose Adler of the Serf Hotel.
Those planning to attend should
notify these ladies.
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1948
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PAGE THREE
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Jew in the Fiction of England
Rpccntlv, the top notch English
Jxiuccr" filmed Oliver Twist, a
Jtorv written about 90 years ago
^Charles Dickens. Why did Ar-
SLr Bank brush aside some of
greatest classics of England
order to wipe the dust off this
omt-what antiquated novel? Was
Jmerely incidental that this book
contains a Jewish character who
L one of the most repulsive in
literature? One cannot shake off
the suspicion that filming the vile
jew Fagin is somehow related
to the smart the British feel over
their spectacular failure in Pales-
tine Or does it indicate the rising
tide of English Fascism, with its
usual lap dog: anti-Semitism? So
far, this picture has been barred
by American censorship.
Charles Dickens
AH of which poses the question
why a social reformer like Charles
Dickens should have stooped to
such low grade Jew-baiting. Dick-
ens could hardly be charged with
anti-Semitism. Filled with sym-
pathy for the underdog, he was
a powerful force in the reform of
the pestiferous English prisons. He
hardly intended to malign or
pillory the Jewish people; for
when his attention was directed
to the damage the Jew Fagin had
caused, he expressed genuine re-
gret. Ho tried to make amends by
writing Our Mutual Friend in
which he presents another Jew.
Mr. Riah is sweet, self-effacing,
venerable, honest and altogether
too perfect to be human. This
time Dickens went too far afield
in the camp of the angels. Riah
is as much exaggeration of the
Jew in goodness as Fagin is in
villainy. It is significant, how-
ever, that Mr. Rank did not see
fit to produce Our Mutual Friend.
It might have brought some
solace to a martyred people, a
third of whose numbers had just
been annihilated.
Such ambidextrous treatment of
the Jew is characteristic of the
English novel. In spite of the
paucity of Jews in England dur-
ing the 18th century, the great
authors of the time, Fielding,
Richardson, Smollett,' Defore.
Swift and Edgeworth, pounced
upon them as bizarre amphibian
creatures fit only to revile, to
scorn and to pillory. With few
exceptions, the Jew in early Eng-
lish fiction is uniformly depicted
as vicious, cunning, greedy,
treacherous, and altogether de-
spicable. They followed the pace
set by the greatest of English
poetsShakespeare himself.
Shakespeare
Much ink has been spilled on
speculations as to "the Jew which
Shakespeare drew." The bard of
Avon could hardly have seen any
Jews; they were not permitted to
live in England in his day. Jews
never bore such namei as Shy-
lock, Tubal or Jessica. They never
swore "by our Holy Sabbath."
How could any Jew in the 16th
century have had the temerity to
cut a pound of flesh out of a
dominant Christian? Without civil
nghts in Christendom, they were
hounded from pillar to post. There
were stakes on all sides ready to
bum them for the salvation of
their souls. In Venice itself, the
r'ght to live in the Ghetto was
conditioned by a contract (con-
dotta) to be renewed every four
years. What would the other Jews
in Venice have done to a co-re-
ligionist, whose insistence on his
pound of flesh could have caused
their immediate expulsion, besides
bringing in the hooligans to mur-
der and pillage. Yet in spite of
the absurdity of the tale, and tho
instinctive lack of bloodthirsti-
ness in the Jewish makeup, Shy-
lock remained the archtype.
Scores of authors molded their
Jewish character from the Shake-
spearian model.
The Liberal Reaction
The first great writer to reverse
the trend was Sir Walter Scott.
In Ivanhoe, he created Rebecca,
who ranks as one of the noblest
characters in English literature.
As a kind of atonement for many
wrongs done, some authors now
also attempted to create virtuous
Jews of perfect character. But
they went to an opposite extreme.
All did not have the sympathetic
insight of George Elliott. Yet even
she erred on the side of the an-
gels. Daniel Deronda and Mor-
decai Lapidoth are too lofty, too
faultless, to be convincing as hu-
man beings.
It might be a comfort to some
Jews that other minorities have
been treated in similar fashion
In Anglo-American fiction, the
earlier types of Indians, Mexi-
cans, Negroes, Chinese. Japs.
Creoles, Spaniards, or other for-
eign groups were drawn as crimi-
nal, licentious, cruel, sinister, or
blood thirsty. Then the pattern
changes. The unfamiliar alien be-
comes comical, an object of ridi-
cule, seldom deserving pity or
sympathy. Later, as if to make up
for the unfairness of such racial,
religious, or national harpooning
the reviled outsider is turned into
a model of saintly conduct.
It is impossible to calculate the
harm these fanciful fictionists
have done. Thousands of readers
would get all their knowledge of
Jews from some badly written
novel by an author who had
scarcely ever seen a Jew. With
few exceptions, the fictional
stereotype of the Jew remained
sinister, corrupt, disgusting until
late in the 19th century. It was
only when talented Jewish writ-
Israeli Flag Described
According to a recent declara-
tion by the provisional State
Council of Israel, the official
national flag, originally the
banner of the Zionist move-
ment, is approximately five by
seven. It has a white field with
two deep blue stripes which
run the length of the flag ap-
proximately one foot from the
top and bottom. In the center
is a Shield of David composed
of six blue stripes which from
two superinmposed equilaterial
triangles, the bases of which
are parallel to the stripes.
Ambijan To Hold
Concert Dee. 12
Maxin Brodyn, internationally
celebrated singer, and Zelda
Zlatin, distinguished monologist
and pianist, will appear in con-
cert at the Miami Beach High
school auditorium, 8 p.m., Sun-
day, December 12, under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Am-
bijan committee. Also on the pro-
gram will be selections by the
Jewish Folk Chorus of Greater
Miami, conducted by Ben Yomen.
Admission will be $120.
Tropical Women To Fete
Cardiac Home Children
Musical acts, cookies and ice
cream will highlight a party spon-
sored by the Tropical Lodge Wom-
en's Chapter for the children at
the National Children's Cardiac
Home Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Vocal selections will be offered
by Mrs. Milton Katz and Mrs.
Mort Goldenberg accompanied by
Mrs. Herbert Silver on the piano.
Mrs. Joseph Feldman will present
comedy skit and Herbert Silver
ard Milton Katz of the Tropical
Lodge will entertain with imper-
sonations of movie stars.
Refreshments will be provided
by Mrs. Sam Kessler. Mrs. Sol
Barnett is chairman of the event.
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Full Course Dinners
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Music Phone 5-6651
Barry Gray To Speak
To Beth Sholom Men
Barry Gray, radio personality,
will be the guest speaker at the
regular monthly meeting of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Men's Club to be
held December 13 at 8 p.m. in
the Temple patio.
An exhibit of colored photo-
graphic prints from the collection
of E. Allen Becker, camera artist,
will be displayed at the meeting.
Abe Solosko is president of the
Men's Club and the program has
been prepared by Jules Chan
ning, program committee chair-
man.
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Professional Women
To Meet Thursday
A meeting of the Emma La-
zarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Busi-
ness and Professional Women, is
scheduled for Thursday at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Y.
The chapter will conduct Fri-
day evening services, December
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jamin Far jean and Israel Zang-
well, Gentile writers began to pay
closer attention to their Jewish
characters. The Jew in the Eng-
lish novel ceased to be a stereo-
type, either villainous, angelic, or
contemptible.
Correction
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin,
who recently announced the birth
of a son. Elliott Neal, reside at
1941 S.W. 18th St. Mrs. Botwin
is the former Rosalind Friedman.
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Tillie Livingston and Dorothy
Nader.
Mizrachi Women To Meet
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Dr. Andron
A reception Sunday evening will honor Dr.
David Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy.
Despite the many doubters who questioned the
wisdom of the establishment of the academy, none
can deny the enviable record achieved in the
short period of one year by the educational in-
stitution that combines secular and Jewish train-
ing under one roof.
Credit must be given to the tireless efforts, un
ending energies and brilliant leadership given
the Hebrew Academy by its president. Dr. Andron.
The institution is recognized nationally as hav-
ing a high and unquestioned scholastic rating.
It has been approved by school board officials
and as important it has been accepted by the
community.
Affable and humble, pleasant and cordial,
David gets things done.
EDITORIAL
raiDAY^ECEMBtt I0 ,
"AbmentlUa"
In an article in this week's issue of The Jewish
Floridian Rabbi Leon Kronish comments on the
"Seventh Day Absentists" in our community.
Rabbi Kronish was prompted, we believe, to
philosophize on this outstanding weakness of the
Jewish people by the current membership drive
of his temple on Miami Beach. We imagine his
chagrin in checking the various lists and finding
so many of the "prominent" names and families
"missing."
Rabbi Kronish deplores the lack of attendance
at the House of Worship by our local residents.
Even more deplorable is the fact that so few of
the local families are affiliatedbe they reform,
-f f# 1 Conference
More than one hundred leaders of Florida '
munities will convene for an all day session S
day when the Joint Defense Appeal will a tf
its program in fighting anti-Semitsm
The JDA is the fund-raising arm of the
can Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defam
League of the B'nai B'rith, national agencSs
voted to the cause of combatting religious in, u
ance and promoting intergroup harmony
We cannot overlook the continued need
wcrk in the anti-defamation and public relati
field nor underestimate the strength of the
Semite, now harder at work than ever to und
mine and destroy. Through the past years mu
of this battle was fought on the open field. To
it is again an underground battle that all fre
loving peoples must fight to eradicate.
Still Menacing
conservative or orthodox. For without this affilia-
tion, the joining with some shade of organized
Judaism, there cannot be even a semblance of
desire to attend services.
Uniform Spelling
Appropos of our comments on the various wq,
of spelling Jewish holiday transliterations is
letter received this week from the National (
mittee for Labor Palestine known as the
tadrut.
In announcing a change of name from Nation
Committee for Labor Palestine to National Cc
mittee for Labor Israel and to Israel Histad,
Campaign a request is made to please note th
the word "Histadrut" is spelled without a fin.
"h." The letter asks "cooperation in establishii
this uniform spelling."
How about more uniformity in this direction!
Council Mediators
Settle UPA Rift
(Continued from Page 1)
ica and the United Palestine Ap-
peal, and that they will join in a
new spirit of unity in the great
task ahead to reunite Jewish
forces in every community for an
all out effort to transport to Is-
rael and resettle there in the year
1949, 200.000 Jewish repatriates,
as called for by the program of
the Jewish Agency.
"As one who took an active
part in trying to settle this con-
troversy at meetings in New York
and Chicago, also, as one who oc-
cupies a leading post in the Zion-
ist Organization of America, I
want to say, in all fairness and
without a trace of partisanship,
that there were no substantial is-
sues involved at any time which
could not have been resolved
around a conference table peace-
fully and expeditiously. I firmly
believe that the fight was pri-
marily motivated by personal
feelings and antagonism, rather
than by basic differences of opin-
ion. I therefore hope that those
who took a leading part in stirring
Academy Will Honor
Andron At Dinner
(Continued from Page 1)
be no solicitation
There will
of funds.
Chairmen of the dinner are:
Isidore Goldberg, Jack Satin, Mat-
thew Silverstein and Kolman|
Luria.
The officers and directors of the j
Hebrew Academy are: Dr. David,
S. Andron, president; Isidore
Goldberg, Harry Levitt. Paul
Gro&singer, A. M. Bear, vice presi-
dents; Samuel Grundwerg, treas-
urer: David Levinson, co-treasur-
er; Aaron S. Lauer, general sec-
retary: Samuel Reinhard, finan-
cial secretary; Martin Genet, rec-
ording secretary; Dr. Irwin Ma-
kovsky, medical advisor; Sol L.
Sugarmen, principal; Aaron S.
Lauer, supervisor; Helene Burick-
son, registrar.
Board of directors: Jacob An-
dron, Benjamin Appel. Charles
Bender, Hyrr.an Berman, Shepard
Broad, Jack Burris, Charles
Charcowsky, Harry Cohen, Harry
H. Cohen, Nathan Darsky. Sydney
Gans, Harry Genet, Martin Genet,
Ben Zion Ginsberg, Nathan Gins-
berg, David Glosser, Nathan Glos-
ser, Joseph Gorshor, Abraham
up this so harmful and unneces- Goodman, I. R. Goodman, Abra-
sary controversy, will, upon sober
reflection, learn a lesson for the
future that it is not only nobler,
ham Halperin, Hyman Jablon,
Samuel Kaplan, Samuel Katz,
Harry Koretsky, Samuel Lach-
but a lot simpler to settle differ- man, Samuel Lehrman, Solomon
ences at a conference table in a j Lobel, Kolman Luria, Sam Magid,
spirit of give and take, rather Abraham Mason, H. D. Mendel-
than through the medium of heat-1 s0hn, Louis Miller, Al Osheroff.
ed arguments, name calling and Matilda Ratner, Mitchell Reiner,
wide-spread propaganda. | Raymond Rubin, Jack Satin, S. E.
"Let us all therefore forgive and Schwartz, Benjamin Sherrv, Mat-
forget and earnestly resolve to thew silverstein, Alfred Stone,
dedicate ourselves in the year I Michael Tose, Gus Trau, H. Was-
ahead unitedly and with our ut- serrnan, David Whitman.
Rabbi Kaufman To
Address Zionists
Harold Shapiro, chairman of the
luncheon club, Miami Beach Zion-
ist District announces that the
next meeting will be held Wed-
nesday at 12:15 in the dining room
of the National Hotel, 1677 Col-
lins Ave.
Rabbi Max Kaufman of the
Jewish Community Center of Hol-
lywood, will speak on "The Spirit-
ual Contribution of Palestine."
Rabbi Kaufman, a graduate of
the Hebrew Union College in Cin-
cinnati, received his Ph.D. degree
at Columbia University and held
pulpits at the College Street Tem-
ple in Schenectedy, N. Y. and
the Jewish Center of Kingsbridge.
New York City. He has authored
several books, including, "Maton"
and "Chaos From Specks of
Dusk." and has contributed to
periodicals such as the "New Hu-
manist." "Social Science," "The
Frontier" and "Middleton" quar-
terlies.
Rabbi Kauffman was with the
Scientific Research and Develop-
ment office in New York City,
under the auspices of the Uni-
versity of California, during the
war and received a certificate of
Merit from the United States gov-
ernment for his work with that
organization.
The public is invited.
Debbs To' Install New
Officers At Dance
Officers of the Debbs Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
be installed at a dinner-dance for
members and escorts tomorrow
at 7 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Preceding the evening affair,
members will gather at the home
of Miss Doris Klein, 309 N.W. 59th
Terr., for cocktails.
Miss Doris Brown will be in-
stalled as president, with Marx
Faber, president of Sholem Lodge
acting as inducting officer. Other
officers to be installed will be:
first vice president, Marcia Cam-
ner; second vice president, Thel-
ma Rappaport; recording secre-
tary, Lillian Goldstein; corre-
sponding secretary, Charlotte
Sandier; treasurer, Roslyn Mor-
ris; parliamentarian, Trudi Lach:
chaplain, Donnal Feldman; serg-
geant at-arms, Thelma Schwartz;
board members, the "Misses Doris
Klein, Carol Milberg and Joanne
Shier.
Chairman for the evening will
be Miss Marcia Camner. Sou-
venirs will be presented to all
guests.
Pioneer Women
Groups In Area
To Give Functions
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president i
the Pioneer Women's Organia
tion Club No. 1, of Miami Beacj
announced that the grouD w
meet on December 14 at Congrj
gation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclj
Ave., at 8 p.m. Bess Spanner, i
tional field organizer, will
guest speaker. A handmade Con
pocketbook will be presented
a worker on the membership drW
committee.
The organization is planning]
Chanuka partv for December
at the Park Central Hotel, "
Ocean Drive.
most energy and sustenance, to
the great call of Israel."
Children's Home Group
Elects New Officers
At a recent meeting of the
Women's advisory board of the
Children's Home Society of Flor-
ida, Southeastern Division, Mrs.
Harry F. Nolte, Mrs. Henry Baird
and Mrs. John Moeri were re-
elected president, vice president
and secretary respectively. Other
officers are: Mrs. D. B. Cameron,
treasurer, and Mrs. James T. Wil-
son, recording secretary.
George Naylor, division super-
intendent, made his monthly re-
port to the group. He said that
thus far in 1948 30 children have
been placed for adoption. About
a quarter of the children being
served by the Southeastern Divi-
sion are in the Receiving Home, held at the
he added. |cember 26.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman is presi-
dent of Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion; Mrs. Al Osheroff, president
of the Ladies League and Mrs.
David S- Andron serves as liason
officer.
Beth David Sisterhood
To Celebrate Chanuka
A monthly meeting and Chanu-
ka celebration will be held by the
Beth David Sisterhood at the Tal-
mud Torah, Friday, December 17
at 1:30 p.m.
The following will participate
in the program, arranged by Mrs.
William Danziger: Mesdames
Harry Gordon, Moe Schatzman.
Meyer Forer, Eugene Mayers.
David Rayvis and Alex Hinkes.
Mrs. Stiebel recently appointed
Mrs. Mayers ps gereraUchairman
of the Chanuka Latke party to be
Talmud Torah De-
Newsbriefs
Wiley R. Reynolds, honorary
chairman of the 1st National Bank
of Miami, passed away this week
at the age of 69. Mr. Reynolds was
also president and chairman of
the board of the 1st National
Bank of Palm Beach, and chair-
man and a director of the 1st Na-
tional Bank of Fort Lauderdale.
The banker came to Palm Beach
in 1936 to retire but instead be-
came one of the most prominent
figures in South Florida's finan-
cial circles.
Dr. Maurice Kovnat, 605 Lin-
coln Road, was double winner in
an essay contest conducted re-
cently by the Dade County Medi-
cal Association. Correct names of
the participants did not appear
on the papers submitted and when
the winning essays were an-
nounced it was found that Dr.
Kovnat's won first and third
place. Dr. Victor H. Kugel, 1700
Meridian Ave., was the second
prize winner.
Dr. Hiram B. Weiss
Guest Of Emanu-El
Dr. Hiram B. Weiss, formerly
physician to the Hebrew Union
College faculty and staff, will
speak tonight from the pulpit of
Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauder-
dale. His topic will be "The Ex-
panding Program of the Hebrew
Union College." Dr. Weiss is on
the board of governors of the
institution.
Together with Mrs. Weiss the
visitor from Cincinnati, is the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
George Roth of Hollywood. They
will remain in Florida for two
weeks.
The directors of Temple Emanu-
El have invited the public to at-
tend tonight's services and re-
main for the reception which will
be held by the Sisterhood.
Pioneer Women, Club No.
Miami Beach, is holding a men
bership tea at the home of
Esther Shedroff, 520 16th fcj
morrow night with Chavera
Spanner as guest.
The regular meeting W
held Monday evening at 8 pm.i
Beth Jacob Congregation. ChavaJ
Bessie Weissman, Chicago, "
be guest speaker. A program wil
be presented and refreshmentj
will be served.
The Pioneer Women, Gold
Meyerson Club of Miami, willb*
a latke and card party Sun"
December 19. at 8 p.m. at the i
gregation Beth El, 590 S.W. 170
Ave
Tickets are one dollar and pn
ceeds will go to the Child Re*
Fund, of which Mrs. Pearl KnegB
is chairman.
Beach AJC To Sponsor
Review Of New Book
In observance of Bill of Rights
Day, the Miami Beach Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress
will present a review of Walter
White's "A Man Called White"
by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein at Tem-
ple Beth Sholem Wednesday, De-
cember 15, at 8 p.m. Mr. White is
chairman of the Association for
Advancement of Colored People
and his book deals with racial dis-
crimination.
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iv DECEMBER 10. 1948
^JewlstirhrldHam
till Speak To
uolcin Lodge
Maurice Bisgyer
jurice Bisgyer, national sec-
U of B'nai B"rith, will report
[his five week trip to Europe
[Israel at a meeting of Sholem
e, B'nai BYith, at Temple
5^1, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night.
Mr Bisgver will describe the
sons of the United Nations
*eral Assembly which he at-
fcded in Paris as a representa-
, of B'nai B'rith. He will de-
Ebe steps taken for the open-
of a European B'nai B'rith
ice to unify the community
vice work in the European
k
During his stay in Israel, Mr.
fayer visited with President
um Weizmann in Rehovoth
also conferred with Prime
nister David Ben Gurion and
S. Special Representative
nes G. McDonald. He inspected
tbtary hospitals and other in-
utions making arrangements
[the immediate shipment of 44
(lapsible wheel chairs for am-
which were urgently
Ued
pere are 21 B'nai B'rith lodges
women's chapters in Israel.
se organizations are servicing
I hospitals and establishing new
fcvalescent and recreation
ns, according to Bisgyer.
ffith a do/en other officially
Teditcd organizational repre
Jitatives in Paris. Mr. Bisgyer
td the American zone in Ger-
hf in the personal plane of
neral Lucius D. Clay, Ameri-
commander, and had an op-
rtunity to interview American
German officers, educators,
Iders and inmates of DP camps.
r. Bisgyer, a former instructor
iNew York University has been
pely engaged in social work
years. He served for four
la as the director of the Jew-
\ Educational Alliance in Balti-
p and for 14 years as execu-
! director of the Jewish Com-
' Center of Washington,
He was appointed national sec-
ary of B'nai B'rith in 1937 and
a member of the National
iviioryCorrmittee on Education
Tointed by Presidents Hoover
Roosevelt
Maurice Bisgyer, wife of
(secretary who attended United
lions sessions as vice president
I ne B nai B'rith Women's Su-
P Council, will have a mes
P for the women of B'nai B'rith
Pe meeting.
"Tie meeting is open to the pub-
W of charge and there will
n solicitation of funds, it is
Jjunced by Marx Faber,
l'fm Lodge president.
Cardiac Home Group
Installs Officers
Three hundred fifty attended
the installation luncheon of the
Miami Chapter, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home at Fu Man-
chu restaurant last week.
Mrs. Jean Raab, president of
the Dade Chapter, installed the
new officers, who are: Mrs. Sam
Goldman, president; Mrs. George
Wolpert. first vice president; Mrs.
Dave Rifas, second vice president;
Mrs. Al Kasder, third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sal Ramalgi, fourth
Mrs. Jean Raab. president of
Dade Chapter, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home, presents
the gavel to Mrs. Sam Gold-
man, newly elected president of
the Miami Chapter at an in-
stallation luncheon at Fu Man-
chu restaurant last week.
vice president; Mrs. Leo Sobel,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Harold Spahn, social secre-
tary; Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, treas-
urer; Mrs. Bella Jacobson, fi-
nancial secretary.
Members of the group particip-
ated in a radio program, "Lunch-
eon with Josephine," which
emanates from the restaurant.
Kitty Bloom and Helyn Sedon ap
peared in a skit. Mrs. Samuel
Tunick was chairman of the day.
A paid membership will be ad-
mission to the tea which the chap-
ter is holding Tuesday at 2 o'clock
at the Melvin Cohen Hall on the
grounds of the home.
Richard Berenson, president of
the home, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Sam Weissel, program chair-
man, has arranged a program, in
which Phi Sigma sorority will
participate. Mrs. Al Kasder is
chairman of the day and Mrs.
Herman Wronker is in charge of
refreshments.
MME WE.
50-PRIZES-50
Mills, Lipton
Selected To Fill
Bed Cross Posts
Charles A. Mills was elected
chairman of the Dade countv
chapter, American Red Cross, at
the organization's 32nd annual
meeting Wednesday night in Huy-
lers restaurant.
He succeeds H. H. Hyman, chap-
ter chairman for the past two
years.
A resident of Miami for the
past 50 years, Mills brings a long
record of civic service to his new
office.
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association, was elected
treasurer. Mr. Lipton, an active
civic leader, is a member of the
campaign cabinet of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and is
also a member of its executive
committee. A co-chairman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center fund-
raising committee, Mr. Lipton is
also a board member of the Penn-
sylvania Club, a university alum-
ni organization.
Elected to the executive com-
mittee were Harold Ward, Charles
Helmly and James R. Gash.
Named to three year terms on
the board of directors were Sam
Becker, Mrs. Roger E. Fox.
Charles Helmly, Gash, Harold D.
Steward, Mrs. W. W. Gramling.
Mrs. H. O. Vance, Ward, Mrs.
M. F. Wittichen, Jose Garcia, Miss
Nancy Woodward, Mansfield.
PAGE FIVE
Labor Zionist Meeting
The A. D. Gordon Branch of the
Labor Zionist Organization of
America. Poale Zion. will meet
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi
ami Y.
Joseph M. Lipton
Charles Clements, Neal Lang and
Horace Loomis.
J. A, Henderson, Chester M.
Wright and Dr. C. Russell Morgan
were appointed to two year
terms, and Dr. Wylie Scott, was
elected to fill out a one year term.
Professional Women
To Hear Mrs. McCaffery
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chairman of the Southeastern
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Letters To The Editor
One Of Tlie Best
November 30, 1948
Dear Sir:
Harry Simonhoff s article on the
Jewish Library of Greater Miami
was one of his best.
I should like to point out, for
the benefit of your readers, that
without Harry Simonhoff's untir-
ing efforts and interest the Jew-
ish Library of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education would not have
been possible.
Being a passionate book lover
himself. Harry Simonhoff inter-
ested a few people in the library,
bought books when he was
travelling north or south, and has
helped make the library a fine
adjunct to our cultural life in the
community. I hope his dream of
gathering thousands and thous-
ands of Hebraica-Judaica to serv-
ice our community and visitors,
will become a reality.
A. P. Ganr.es.
To aid Israel will bring you
Good-will, fame and honor, al'
over the globe for time immem-
orial for the emancipation and
. redemption of Israeli. History will
record your name and deed as
the Great Emancipator Abraham
Lincoln.
Thanking you in anticipation
for giving this letter your kind
and speedy attention with all
good wishes for your political suc-
cess, I am
Jacob S. Silberman, N.D.
Writes to Truman
Following is a letter written to
President Harry S. Truman by
Jacob S Silberman, New York City,
a cousin ol Mrs. Jennie Badanes.
126 8. W. 9th Aw., long; time Mi-
ami resident:
Hon. Harry S. Truman
White House. Washington, D. C.
My dear Mr. President:
May I take the privilege of ad-
dressing this most important
message to you. I have been a
staunch and loyal Democrat, and
I have been voting the Democratic
ticket since the year 1910.
Millions of Americans, both
Christians and Jews, have voiced
their sentiments with intense
jubilation, concerning that "Good
Friday," May 14 last, the day
when Providence has directed
your very good mind, to call the
General Assembly of the United
Nations to partition Palestine.
That deed marked the culmina-
tion and realization of a long and
a waited dream.
I beseach you Mr. President,
since you are the only gentleman
vested with the authority, to
grant Israeli de jure recognition
and likewise lift the embargo on
arms so that Israeli might attain
the dignity of a bona fide nation,
likewise please cause the Import
Export Bank, the promised loan
to Dr. Weitzman to become a
reality.
Hitler and his henchmen who
looted, haunted and slaughtered
six million defenseless Jews with
sadistic delight and fiendish cruel-
ty, has impressed upon the 20th
century Jew the ironclad fact that
national sovereignty is the only
right aim to live and die by with
d'gnity. This realization has been
indelibly imprinted into the soul
of every living Jew. The State of
Israel is thus the shield of world
Ji wry. It is the only haven, the
only house that will shelter the
Jew in the future from further
horrors.
Mr. President, kindly realize
that you are the only man in the
United States who was prede-
stined to be the Messiah and
emancipator of the Jewish people
all over the diaspora. This mission
has been entrusted to you alone,
because of the uprightness which
is so consistently and visibly in-
scribed in your name, viz: Tru-
man. God's Providence was clear-
ly exhibited and has rendered
you to be the Savior of all the
cnildren of Israel, who have been
subjected to trials and tribula-
tions for 2000 years.
Historians who are well versed
in the great contribution Jews
have given to civilization and to
Christianity were barely sym-
pathetic to our great suffering.
Our Standard Banner was and
will be to live by our rule of
Peace, Good-will and Justice.
Beigin A Hero
The oharce that top leaders of
American Zionist organirations had
refused to expose the activities of
Menachem Beiftin. head of the Pal-
estine "freedom Party,'' was made
today bv senators of a public letter
Including Professor Albert Einstein,
Professor Sidney Hook. Professor
Zelllg 8. Harris, Dr. Hannah Arendt,
ami Louis P. Rocker, statins that
"the public avowals of Beigin'! party
are no guide whatever to its actual
character," the statement declared
that "the discrepancies between the
bold Claims now being made by
Beigin and his party, and their
record of past performance in Pal-
estine hear the unmlstakeable
stamp of a fascist party.'1 While
avowing freedom and democrac) as
their aims, gangster methods" were
used to Intimidate the Pales!
population and extort tribute I
thMii. the statement declared p.eigin
and his followers of the Irgun Zvai
Leuml have had no part In construc-
tive achievements in Palestine."
Editor.
Nov. 29. 1948
Editor Jewish Floridian,
A few months ago, Harry
Simonhoff has written a column
on the Irgun, villifying the lead-
ership of Menahim Beigin the
commander of the Irgun, and its
so-called terroristic activities.
It so happens, that Menahim
Beigin, has arrived in New York
on Nov. 24. Over 2000 people met
the plane at the La Guardia air-
port. And among those, who were
at the airport to meet him, was
the gray haired Rabbi Roznikoff,
80 years old at the head of a
delegation of 50 Rabbis, with a
Sofer Torah in his arms. The
reception accorded Menshim
Beigin, was the equivalent to a
national hero. The Daily Yiddish
Press has been giving full publici-
ty of his arrival, his biography,
and his mission in this country,
but I have yet to find any sort of
notice of his arrival in the local
press. Permit me therefore to give
a short biography of Menahim
Beigin on this historical occasion
of his visit to this country.
Who is Menahim Beigin? What
did he accomplish for the Jewish
people and especially for Medinas
Israel? Volumes of books could
be written on this subject. When
peace will again settle over Is-
rael, and passions will subside,
history will record in an unbiased
manner the heroism and accom-
plishments of all our heroes, the
name of Menahim Beigin will re-
main a shining legend.
He was born in Brest Litovsk.
Poland in 1913. As a young man
he became an active, militant
Zionist and joined the militant
youth movement the BETAR,
which drew its inspiration from
the Zionist leader Vladimir Zha-
botinsky. When war broke out he
found himself in the Polish army
and in a short time, he was exiled
to Siberia accused as an agent of
British imperialism. He was later
released on condition that he join
the Polish brigade in North Af-
rica. Coming to the Middle East,
Beigin utilized his opportunity of
fulfilling his vow to the BETAR
movement, not to rest till Israel
became an independent Jewish
commonwealth. With a group of
other Jewish youths, he created
the Irgun Zvai Leumi, the na-
tional army to liberate Eretz Is-
rael.
The Irgun, an underground
fighting organization considered
Great Britain its No. 1 enemy, and
immediately began operations
against the increasing occupa-
tional army of British soldiers.
In 1943, Menahin Beigin took over
the command of the Irgun army.
England offered 10,000 pounds re-
ward for his captured, dead or
alive. The whole British army in
Palestine made house to house
searches to capture him. Failing
to do so, in an act of revenge
the British officers started whip-
ping the captured Irgun soldiers.
The Irgun retaliated by whip-
ping a few British officers. It is
to be noted that the British never
used the whipping tactics against
any Jew, after that incident. De-
spite the huge reward offered for
the capture of Beigin, he never
left the land of Israel. He never
carried any weapons. He used the
Savoy Hotel in Tel Aviv as his
headquarters, and at one time, the
British nearly caught up with him
in Petach Tikvah in an abandoned
house. He concealed himself in a
narrow space between ceiling
rafters and roof and laid there for
over 48 hours with not a drop of
water to drink. He came out of it
a complete wreck, the heat was
unbearable at daytime. When the
chase got too hot, he grew a beard
and side locks, and disguised as a
Chassidic Rabbi, taught Torah
with a group of elderly Jews.
From time to time his contact
men came to him to take orders
and give reports. The press and
radio daily featured the legendary
feats of Menahim Beigin, but no
one knew his whereabouts or how
he looks, even his own young son,
who was a hero worshipper of
Menahim Beigin, never knew that
his own father the man, the world
marveled at. Beigin's stragedy was
to make it "hot" for the British
occupation forces. The continuous
destruction of tax records, the
printing of so called "illegal" im-
migration certificates, continuous
attacks on the personnel and am-
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munition "dumps" of the British,
eventually nullified the British
policy in Palestine. The most dar-
ing act was the dynmiting of the
British prison stronghold in Echau
in 1947. This impregnable fortress
was even too much for Napoleon
and his hordes to destroy.
The whole world was amazed
at this feat accomplished by the
Irgun. And by similar tactics, that
made the life of the British oc-
cupation forces miserable. Eng-
land was compelled to liquidate
its mandate over Palestine and
abandon it on May 15.
When Medinas Israel was of-
ficially proclaimed, the Irgun, no
longer an underground army came
out in the "open," and ordered its
members to join with the Jewish
army and fight the aggressive
forces on its borders. From then
on, Menahim Beigin began or-
ganizing the new political party
called "Tenuach Hacherus," the
freedom movement. The new pol-
itical party is growing daily and
eventually expects to become the
dominating party in Israel. The
coming elections in January will
tell the story.
In summary, to those who are
not biased in their thinking, will
acknowledge, and will not deny
that if it wasn't for the tactics and
struggle of the Irgun, the British
would have never abandoned Pal-
estine, and without that British
decision, the U.N. Assembly would
have never declared the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State even
in a partitioned Palestine.
Isn't that enough of an historic
accomplishment that deserves the
respect of every living Jew, due
to that historic figure, now in our
WttDAY, DECEMBER ir, ,.
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The Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale
Chapter of Hadassah inaugurated
their seasonal activities with a
membership tea at the home of
the president, Mrs. Louis J. Gold-
en. Held on November 16, the
affair was attended by more than
90 members and guests.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sogg, re-
cently returned from Israel, dis-
cussed the situation there and
'cnducted a question and answer
period. Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter, reviewed the work of
Hadassah in Palestine. Following
the showing of a film "A Letter
from Israel," a social hour con-
The program was arranged by Mrs.
Uoldcii, assist.-d by ntesdames Joseph
Matz, J. J. Briefer, H. Tollman, Joseph
Baum, U Kravitz, H. Joslin, N.
animus, m. Lehrman, Karl Brown, Wil-
liam Lewis, Samuel Collti, Max Hy-
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New members who joined the ranks
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Mesdames C. ti. Uoldberg, Rose C.
Epstein and Cells Kretchman of Port
Lauderdale and the Mesdames A. Ber-
low, Max Bohrer. Frances briefer,
Harry link, I.. Firestone, Florence
(ioldman, J. Handshu, L. Housman,
Max Hymanson, Louis Kaplan, Hyd
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bloom, Dave Sokolow, Israel Spiers,
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Friedman, ft. Gordon, A, Hartman,
J. Schachter, J. Sleplan, Hose Mann-
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Bernita -Newman all of Hollywood.
Guests of the evening included the
Mesdames Irene Harris, Thea Rappa-
port, Gertrude Robey, M. Barko, Hattie
Wagner. Lucille Sokolow, Shirley
Kosofsky, K. E. Wise, Richard lirief-
>r, Jennie Handler, Ed Lublin of
Hollywood and Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs.
1. Stein and Mrs. Bertha S. Keller
<.f Miami. Others Included Dan Tan-
nen, !>>uis J. Golden, Samuel t'olitz
and Harry Joslin.
Miami V PiMwnts
Third Of Forums
Thud in a series of Miami YM-
YWHA sponsored forums will
take place Tuesday evening, De-
cember 14, at the Y auditorium.
The topic of the evening will be
"U. S. Foreign Policy in Ger-
manyRight or Wrong," and the
speakers will be Jack Bell, Mi-
ami Herald columnist, William
Zuckerman, and the Rev. R. G.
Pavey of the Coral Gables Con-
gregational Church. Professor
William Munson of the Miami
University will serve as moder-
ator.
"The Gershwin Review" will be
presented at Coral Gables for the
veterans of Pratt Hospital, Sun-
day, Dec. 12, through the cooper-
ation of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the Jewish War Vet-
erans of Hollywood. Mrs. Sarah
Holland, a member of the Com-
munity Center, will furnish re-
freshments to all patients. Trans-
portation of the cast and of the
costumes and equipment will be
in charge of Mrs. Michael Lubalin
and Mrs. Isidore Orgel.
Junior Hadassah To
Sponsor Record Sales
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah is sponsoring the sale of
albums of Hebrew folk music en-
titled "Israel in Song." Proceeds
from album sales will go toward
the children's village of Meier
Shfeyah, maintained by Junior
Hadassah.
The collection includes: "The
Song of the Pioneers," "In Gali-
lee," "Hymn to Labor," "Rejoice,
O Land of Sharon," "Night in
Gilboa," "Stamp Your Feet" and
"In Spite of All."
"Israel in Song" contains four
ten-inch records and the price is
$5.35, including handling. All
orders should be sent to Mickey
Einhorn, 2474 Swanson Ave., Co-
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J. Gerald Lewis, president of
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County Cancer Clinic opened by
the first of the year. A $100,000
research fund is on deposit await-
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is now under construction on the
old Sewell estate, near Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
Lewis also announced that the
name of his group has been
changed to Dade County Cancer
Institute, Inc., instead of Dade
County Cancer Society, which was
too easily confused with the
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Mourn Death of Publisher
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Slomovitz, president of the Amer-
ican Association of English-Jew-
ish Newspapers, this week issued
a message of condolence to Mrs.
Herman Burwasser on the death
last week of her husband, publish-
er and editor of the Atlantic City,
New Jersey, Jewish Record.
Beth Sholom Conducts
Membership Drive
Temple Beth Sholom is con-
ducting an extensive membership
drive. Jack Lawson is member-
ship chairman.
Lawson has appointed the fol-
lowing as captains in this cam-
paign: Dr. Norman Russ, North
Beach area; Sam Segal, Jr.,
Forty-first Street section; David
Pollack, Surfside section.
Also assisting in the drive are:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslem, Ar-
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man, Krank Kamen, Dr. Lester
Saroff, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Si-
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Strauss, Mrs. Melvin Richards,
Mrs. Morton Moses, Dr. and Mrs.
William Bernstein, Abe Solosko,
Jules Channing, Frank Steinberg,
Bess Nelson, Louis J. Krensky,
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Men's Chapter. Cardiac
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an election took place. Following
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948
Joy Simonhoff Engaged To Brooklyn
Boy January Wedding Planned
The engagement of Joy Simon
hoff to Arthur Epstein, of Brook-
lyn, has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff, 5925 North Bayshore Dr.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High school, Joy received
her bachelor of arts degree at the
University of Maryland where she
w*>s a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi and Alpha Lambda Delta
Honorary Sorority.
Mr. Epstein took his bachelor
of science degree at the same
university, completing a course
which was interrupted by three
years' service in the Army Air
Corps as first lieutenant. He ex-
pects to receive his master of arts
at New York University where
he is now completing his thesis.
the
,'inuary 30
wedding.
has been set for
Gabriel Stanley Zatlin
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Carol Wolpert
Selected For
Magazine Board
Carol Jane Wolpert, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert.
1776 S.W. 16th Ave., was recently
chosen a member of the college
board of Mademoiselle magazine.
Carol, an English major at the
University of Alabama, is a
sophomore, a member of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority, of which she
is social chairman, and writes for
the Rammer Jammer, campus
humor magazine.
At Miami High school she was
a member of National Honor So-
ciety, the Thespians and Tri Beta
Sorority.
Her sister, Judith, served on the
college board last year.
Leon Rosenblums To
Live In New Jersey
Miss Paula Lach. daughter of
Mrs. Isidor Lach. 574 N.E. 94th
| St., and the late Mr. Lach. be-
came the bride of Leon S. Rosen-
blum, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Rosenblum, Patterson, N. J., on
Thanksgiving day at the home
of the bridegroom's parents in
Patterson. Rabbi Arthur T. Buch
performed the ceremony.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her mother, was
gowned in ivory satin with a
Chantilly lace peplum. Her illu-
sion veil extended from a Queen
Anne tiara. She carried a Bible
showered with orchids.
Miss Fern Ann Bosenblum was
the bride's only attendant. Charles
W. Shain was best man.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the Robin Hood Inn.
After a wedding trip to Nevele
Country Club, Ellenville. N. Y.,
the couple will reside in Patter-
son. For travel the bride chose a
beige and toast suit, brown ac-
cessories and an orchid corsage.
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Gabriel Zatlin
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zatlin, 511
15th St.. announce the Bar Mitz-
vah of their son, Gabriel Stanley,
to be held at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center tomorrow morn-
ing.
A luncheon at the Shelborne
Hotel for eighty guests will follow
the ceremonies.
Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Zat-
lin will be hosts at cocktails, din
ner and dancing at the Martinique ,
Hotel. Approximately forty rela-
tives and friends from out-of-j
town are expected to attend the
affairs.
Mrs. Sandier Chosen
Mrs. Charles Turk, president of
Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Wom-
en of Greater Miami has appoint-
ed Mrs. Alfred Sandier of 2685
S.W. 17th St., chairman of the
linen drive for the children at the
Children's Village and Farm
School in Raanana, Israel. Mrs.
Sandier has not yet named the
committee that will assist her in
a concentrated drive to collect
new articles of wearing apparel,
bed clothings, towels, etc., in the
immediate future.
Sholem Women To
Sponsor Luncheon
And Fashion Show
Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, wife of
the national secretary of B'nai
Brith, will be guest of honor at
a membership luncheon and stylo
show to be sponsored by the
Sholem Lodge Women Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. at the Clover Club.
Mrs. Bisgyer will report on her
recent trip to Paris where she at-
tended the sessions of the United
Nations General Assemblv as a
representative of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council, of which she
is vice president.
This affair will bring to a close
the membership drive which the
organization has been conducting
in Greater Miami. Mrs. Lenore
Curtice has served as chairman
of the campaign.
The fashion show, which will
be under the direction of Mrs.
Err.phy Benway, fashion director
at Burdine's, will feature holiday
styles modeled by Burdine's man-
nequins.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, president
of Sholem Chapter will preside.
The program has been arranged
by the Mesdames Sam Silver and
C. R- Jacobson.
Betrothal Of Tobe
Ritwe Announced
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ritwe. 1957
S.W. 17th St.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Tobe.
to William W. Levy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Lew, Atlantic
City. N. J.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Senior High, where
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauffmann, 5700 Devonshire Road
Coral Gables, have returned to their home after touring the
United States and Canada since May.
* *
Mrs. Leon Lieberman recently flew to Newark, N. J., to visit
her family and to attend the wedding of her brother, Mack
Rauchbach. She will return to Miami on December 20
* *
Mrs. Emma Newmark, New York, has arrived to spend the
winter as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Beck, 1785 S.W. 13th St.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Rosenthal recently returned from a
summer vacation at Monticello, N. Y. Back at their home at 244
West Rivo Alto Drive, Rivo Alto Island, Dr. Rosenthal has re-
opened offices at 420 Lincoln Road.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kochen and daughter Susan are making
ther permanent residence at 742 Michigan Ave. The Kochens
come to Miami Beach from Lima, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schachno, friends of the new Miamians, are introducing them
to the Jewish community.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Halpert, 3550 S.W. 6th St., are giving
a barbecue luncheon tomorrow afternoon in honor of their
children's birthday. Barry, six, and Leslie, four, were both born
on December 13.
* *
Miss Jean Tepper, who is to become the bride of Joseph
Munchick on December 18, was feted at a luncheon and card
party last Sunday by Miss Lenore Waldman and her sister,
Mrs. Milton Baker, at the Baker home.
* -*
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Weinkle announce the birth of their
son, Roy Ernest.
* *
Mrs. Oida Rubin, 5901 North Bayshore Drive, returned
Wednesday from a trip to New York.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman have just returned from
New York where they spent five weeks, combining business
and vacation.
* *
First house guests of the William Glicks in their new resi-
dence at 2381 S.W. 25th Terr, are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gurtman,
of Brooklyn. Mrs. Gurtman is the sister of Mrs. Glick. The visitors
will remain here for several weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Speiser of New York, are staying at the
Dorchester Hotel. While here they are being entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gordon.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frank, 992 S.W. 9th St., will be hosts
to Mr. Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frank, of Brooklyn,
for two weeks. The senior Franks are expected to arrive on
Monday.
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CONG. BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Announces that
Cantor Samuel Vigoda
and Choir
One of the most outstanding and
world famous cantors will offici-
ate in our Synagogue on Friday
evening, Dec. 24th and Saturday
morning, Dec. 25th. Cantor Vigoda
will also conduct Maariv Services
on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
and will give a grand
Chanuckah Concert
Tickets for Friday and Saturday
as well as for the Chanuckah Con-
cert may be secured at the Syna-
gogue or from the Committee:
Norman Kaplan. 452 Washington
At*.; I. Diamond, 843 Meridian
Are.; Simon Hill, 1006 Meridian
Ajrt.
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Toby Ritwe
she was a member of the band
and Tri Beta sorority. She at-
tended Florida State University,
and is at present attending the
University of Miami, from which
she will graduate in February.
She is affiliated with Alpha Ep-
silon Phi and the Hillel Four.da
tion.
Mr. Lew attended the Uni-
versity of Idaho and received his
bachelor's degree in engineering
from Pennsylvania State. He is a
member of Tau Beta Pi, engineer-
ing society, Druids, honorary ath-
letic society, and Zeta Beta Tau.
He served with the armed forces
for three years.
No date has been set but a
spring wedding is planned.
Evelyn Baumoehl
Betrothal Told
The betrothal of Miss Evelyn
Baumoehl to William P. Taub is
announced today by her mother,
Mrs. Clara Baumoehl, 953 S.W.
10th St.
Mr. Taub is the son of Mrs.
Eva Taub, 1424 S.W. 17th Terr.
January 30 has been selected
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jC Women Will
onduct Services,
ponsor Dance
L weekend will be a busy
"(or Mrs. A. A. Hayden presi-
j!t of the Miami Chapter, Amer-
C Jewish Congress, and the
P., members of her organiza
E Tonight the group, together
h the Beach chapter, is par-
Ling in synagogue services
[memory of the first annivers-

2 Days Remain In
Diabetes Drive
Only two days remain in the
mass diabetic campaign which is
being conducted by the Miami
Diabetic Association.
Urine specimens may be turned
in at any drug store until Sunday.
All specimens should be labeled
with name, address and age of
contributor and should preferably
be passed two or three hours after
a fairly representative meal.
Free analyses of these speci-
mens are being made at the Medi-
cal Rsearch Building at Jackson
Memorial. If the symptoms of the
disease are detected, individuals
will be advised to consult their
physicians, or if financially un-
able to do so, to go to the Dia-
betic Clinic at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
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Piano Duo To Appear In Concert Tuesday
PAGE NINE
Burdine's Photo Reflet
Mrs. A. A. Hayden
r of the death of the late Mrs.
bise Waterman Wise, founder
, rational president for many
Kunday night the chapter is
msoring its first annual dance
|be held at the Grotto at 8:30
l Harvey Bell, night club sing-
I will act as M. C. and Crusty
r-bread's orchestra will play for
pcing. Ethel and Manola will
SM a dance exhibition.
audience participation pro-
kn with valuable prizes has
k arranged, according to Mrs.
tyden.
pickets are $150 per person.
". Ben Essen is chairman.
Jrority Open House
leta Theta Chapter of Phi
na Sigma held their annual
^n house Thanksgiving day at
! Caribbean Hotel from 3 to 6
The affair introduced new
riges and celebrated Founder's
fledge Mother Doris Shapiro
prded two cups given every
to the pledges of the pre-
us class. Ann Rosenthal re-
wd the scholarship cup and
} best pledge cup was awarded
|Harnet Slornowitz.
|ie following pledges were in-
duced: Jean Bailinger, Beverly
"nett Lee Beverly Berger, Shir-
Blumberg, Carol Brandt,
Kie Chadwin, Maralyn Hoch-
n. Vivian Hoffman, Eleanor
nthal, Norma Rubel, Eleanor
PJor, Eleanor Schrier, and
para Zises.
Sholem Luncheon Club
To Hear ADL Officers
J. Harold Saks, national di-
rector of the Community Service
Division of the Anti-Defamation
League, and Alexander F. Miller,
director of the Southeastern Re-
gion of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue, will address members of the
Sholem Lodge Luncheon Club to-
day at 12:15 p.m. in the Down-
towner restaurant. Their subject
will be: "Combatting Bigotry."
The speakers will be introduced
by Burnett Roth, luncheon chair-
man.
Mr. Miller and Mr. Saks are in
this city to attend the Florida
State Regional Conference of the
Joint Defense Appeal on Sunday
at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Seligman Named
To Sisterhood Board
Mrs. Marie Seligman was elect-
ed for a six year term as a mem-
ber of the National Board of
Temple Sisterhoods at a meeting
of the board in Boston last week.
A member of Temple Israel,
Mrs. Seligman has been a Sunday
school teacher there for twenty-
three years. She is a member of
the Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors and maintains offices in the
Mercantile Bank Building.
Esther Chapter Party
Esther Chapter, the Yiddish
speaking group of the American
Jewish Congress, will hold a card
party Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the
Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, Mrs. Gussic
Packer, president, announces.
Paula Chertok and Kenneth Cox
Bachelor's
Miamian To Be Soloist
With N. Y. Philharmonic
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, 703
West Flgaler St., recently learned
that their son, Leonard, who is
first 'cellist with the New York
Philharmonic, will be soloist with
the orchestra at a Sunday after-
noon broadcast, January 30. Rose
will play the Schelomo concerto
by Block and Leopold Stokowski
will conduct. Rose's performance
as soloist last week brought an
accolade from the critics.
Paula Chertok, eleven year old
second cousin of Israeli Minister
of Foreign Affairs Moishe Sher
tok, will appear in a duo-piano
recital with Kenneth Cox, Jr.,
twelve, at the Miami Woman's
Club Auditorium, 1737 North Bay-
shore Drive, Tuesday evening at
8:30.
Paula, who gave her first re-
cital at the age of eight, appeared
with Kenneth in a duo-piano re-
cital last year. At that time the
First Piano Quartet auditioned the
children and Franz Mittler, a
member of the quartet, presented
them with his Junior American
Concerto, which they will play
Tuesday night. Selections by
Bach. Haydn, Chopin, Tschaikow-
sky, Schubert and Nash will also
be included on the program.
According to musicians who
have heard them, both children
are considered exceptionally
talented. Paula and Kenneth will
also appear in concert in Mont-
gomery, Alabama, on February 6.
Beth El Sisterhood
Stages Weekly Events
To Aid Bazaar
Every Wednesday afternoon is
game-time for the members of
Congregation Beth El Sisterhood
who meet at 1:30 at 500 S.W. 17th
Ave. The public is invited to at-
tend these affairs which will be
held weekly until January 8. Ad-
mission to the card parties is the
donation of an article to be sold
at a bazaar which will be held by
the Sisterhood next month.
Marcus Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Ben
Marcus, husband of Mrs. Anna
Marcus, will take place Sunday
at 10 a.m. in Woodlawn Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. Friends and relatives are
invited to attend.__________
Hadassah To Meet At Y
The Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah will meet Mon-
day night at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Y to complete arrangements
for a Chanuka dance to be held
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel December
26 at 8:30 p.m. Miss Rosalyn
Klein, president, will report on
the convention of the Women's
Zionist Organization of America
held recently in Atlantic City.
The meeting is open to pros-
pective members. Any young wo-
men interested in joining the
group are asked to contact Ruth
Steinberg, membership chairman,
at 2-6839.
Chanuka Seminar For
Club Leaders To Be Held
A special Chanuka seminar for
club leaders will be held on Sun-
day night at 8:30 at the Bureau
of Jewish Education, 318 Congress
Building.
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Beach Y Will Sponsor
Community Musicale
Second in a series of community
musicales will be presented at the
Beach Y tomorrow evening at
fi:30. Participating in the program,
which will include Hebrew and
Yiddish music, are Cantor Louis
Yelsky, iormerly of New York;
Mrs. Albert E. Nannes, soprano;
Eli Samuels, New York choir di-
rector; Miss Fay Drazin, color-
atura soprano; Joseph Pardo,
dramatic tenor.
Following the musical program,
"Tzena Tzena" and "Eile Eile,"
two films with Palestinian back-
grounds, will be shown. Admis-
sion is free to the public.
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Why Should I Attend Religious Services?
Why Should I Send My Children to Religious School?
Why Should I Join A Temple or Synagogue?
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom Miami Beach. FJj in the
We live in "fSS2S TheBeSh congregation*.espe-
Synagogue seems to ^ SP? i^dgduring the -season." Yet an
dally, f^d themselves filled to caparity 8 regarding Sabbath
honest and objective appaisal or the .n dQ ^ ^^
worship would reveal that most of our local on
either the early or late Fi ida> even'"f ~ seating capacity
morning. Simple mathematics reveal, that ^^around %00.
oi all the synagogues o* Greater Mam somewhere between
The total number of adult /^ pi "d"' t census 0f the Greater
25.0CH' and 30.000 as revealed btheietenJbcbeath in February the
Miami Jewish Federation. Or.any given sao t e
fact that the Beach synagogues hje no vacant lation,
FSe SSoli long decayed I tread once more
tt^A?! "Frpt floor
Fnr lu-k of pilgrims doubly art thou waste,
FThv Jaths and walks are overgrown with grass
The "spider on thy beams its web has traced
thlS Sr;Jewish witt ha^-t^aljy labeled^ea children tfM
Sav* Absent 2? "Why don^youcome to Temple- in typically
?idd4 -tvle the question will be answered with a question: Why
Sh00e ifremSedS'the story of the Irishman who was so puzzled
hv this Yiddish trait of answering a question with a question that
hi Hecided to ask one of his Jewish friends. "Why do you Jews
answer a question with a question?" To which his friend replied:
'^Xd^'hosf who answer the query with the weary: ;Why
should I go to Temple?" we usually say: "Why shouldn t you?
Ana the answers are legion. Of those who are allergic to the
Tewish religion there are five main species:
A The "Hitch Hiker" who wants to come to the synagogue
only on Rush Hashonoh and Yom Kippur or who wants to wait until
his children grow up or who simply wants to buy tickets for the
HlghBHThe "Golden Ruler" who doesn't need religious services or
-eligious institutions because he claims to be living the Golden Rule
C The charity giver who gives only to charity and doesnt
wish to give to synagogue; or else charity for others has become
D.' The criticizer who doesn't like the Rabbi or the Cantor or
the President or some other member and probably doesn't like
himself as a Jew. .,.. .,
E. The "Beroigiser" who is angry because he didn t receive the
proper welcome and attention from the officers and directors and
the congregation when he was contemplating affiliation.
All of this, of course, is subterfuge and these reasons do not
represent the real truth. This, one can glean from the parents who
asks rhetorically, "Why should I send my child to Religious School?"
The following record of a telephone conversation in our school
office will be of interest in this connection:
One of our teachers telephoned a parent to find out why her
daughter had not been attending Hebrew School. "Well," answered
the parent, "she doesn't want to contribute to Karen Ami."
"Oh, she won't have to contribute to Keren Ami if she doesn't
want to," explained the teacher. "Contributions to Keren Ami are
purely voluntary."
Somewhat dismayed by the hasty explanation of the teacher, the
parent, sotto voice, was heard to summon her little girl and to ask
her excitedly, "Isn't there any other reason why you don't want to
go to Hebrew School?" to which the little girl replied that she had
to attend Girl Scouts.
"Well, we can easily arrange to give your daughter special
coaching some other day when she doesn't go to Girl Scouts," she
was told.
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When the teacher checked to find out how often the child had
come to class, the records revealed that she had attended exactly
oneon the first day of school!
Here you have it: The proof that all these excuses are merely
rationalizations for the rebellious spirit which has replaced the old
repentant spirit. The synagogues and its schools may, in all humility,
not be perfect the synagogue adherents may not be practicing the
piety or perfection its prophets are teaching. But there are very
few men outside the precincts of the synagogue who have attained
piety, perfection or prophetic stature nor can. Whatever they
did attain was indirectly rooted in the Bible. It was all right for
Abraham Lincoln to say: "If I could find a church whose only condi-
tion for membership was that one should love God and his fellow-
man, I would join at once." Lincoln never joined the church. But
most of us are not Lincolns nor are we Theodor Herzls. Most of us
are imperfect, ordinary mortals, with our problems, our frustrations,
our fears, our quest for security and our yearnings for our children!
And so to the "Seventh Day Absentists," I say: "Come Home."
Come home to your house of assembly and you will find new
Jewish fellowship. You will find here an island of spiritual security
in a sea of confusion. The medieaval synagogue was often built as a
fortress. This is your great spiritual fortess.
"Return and bring your children home to the House of Study
and discussion and here they will hear of Moses and Herzl, of Jere-
miah and Stephen S. Wise, of Maccabbees and of the Haganah. Here
are songs for their throats, sacred Hebrew prayers for their lips, plays
and pageants for their talents, thrilling holidays for their emotions.
Here they will know who they are and hold their heads high!
"Come home to your House of Prayer for solace, for consolation
for meditation. Come here for the three necessities of your existence'
A philosophy of life
A psychology of dignity
and above all,
A program of action.
"For here in what Franz Werfel called the 'Eternal Road,' both
your ancient and modern prophets will make you sensitive to'every
injustice and angry at every cruelty and will move you to enlist in
the regiments of righteousness, for nothing human is foreign to us
"And here in the synagogue you will give the lie to Toynbee
who calls us in his book, 'Study of History,' a 'fossiled people For
you will be not only Bahim better children of Israel, but you will
become Bonimbuilders, building out of the ruins, sanctuaries of
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PAGE ELEVEN
.. In Observance of Jewish Book Month..
Sponsored Locally by the Bureau ol Jewish Education and Greater Miami Y/s
Jewish Literature In Yiddish
By M. J. GLICK, M.D.
In introducing this subject to the English reading public, I
find it necessary to say a few words about the language of the
literature, namelyYidd-'sh. From my converations with many
I discover that there are so many misconceptions and pre-
judices about Yiddish, that I consider it imperative to begin with
A b Celementary matter that
everybody should know, but, un-
fortunattely, do not. Therefore,
these cobwebs should be cleaned
out first.
To begin with let me state that
Yiddish is not a German dialect,
neither is it a corrupted German.
This is antisemitic trite that was
accepted without close examina-
tion, lock, stock and barrel by
many Jews; this notion about
Yiddish is a sign of an inferiority
complex, of self-hate and has im-
poverished our cultural life. Dur-
ing my school days in Russia we
were taught that there was no
Ukraine language, that it was a
dialect of the Russian language.
This was Russia's policy in order
to Russify the Ukraine. Only a
few miles from our locality, across
the Austrian border, the Uk-
rainians were taught both Uk-
ranian and German in the Aus-
trian schools; this was the Aus-
trian attempt to sever the Aus-
train Ukranians from their Rus-
sian half-brothers. Today the
Ukranian language has received
full recognition in Russia, too. I
can assure the reader that Russian
and Ukranian have much more
in common than Yiddish and Ger-
man. For one thing Yiddish is
written in Hebrew characters, not
in German. Then the grammar
and syntax are entirely different.
It is true, that some words in
Yiddish have a common deriva-
tion with some German words:
but this Ls also true of some Eng-
lish words. Father and fater,
mother and muter, street and
gtrasse, earth and erde, moon and
mundc, sun and sonne, etc., ob-
viously have a common deriva-
tion, but that does not mean that
English is a German dialect or
that English is a corrupted Ger-
lllllllUIIIIIIIUIIIIIillUIIUIIUIMIIIIIIIIUIIIIllllllUIUilll
man. Then why should this be
true of Yiddish? Is it because
Jews speak the language?
Jews began to speak Yiddish
about 1000 years ago while they
were living in the Rhine basin.
Later, when they migrated fur-
ther east to the Slav countries,
they retained Yiddish as their
language, modified it, cultivated
it, adapted it to their way of
thinking (gave it a Hebrew sent-
ence-structure), added to its vo-
cabulary many Hebrew and some
Slav words, coined entirely new
words of their own and made it
the instrument of everyday-life
and Jewish expression. At first
they called it Ivri-Teitsch, (He-
brew-German), but later honored
it with the name Yiddish, which
meansJewish. Today Yiddish to-
gether with English, German,
Dutch, Danish, Swedish and sev-
eral others forms the class of
Germanic languages.
During the medieval period all
learning in the Christian world
was in Latin. The spoken lan-
guages of the masses were de-
spised and neglected by the
scholars. Only with the advent of
the Renaissance did the litera-
tures of the different nationalities,
such as English, French, Italian,
Spankh, German, etc., come into
existence. The change from Latin
to the language of the land as the
language of the schools and learn-
ing made education and learning
more democratic and more ac-
cessi to the masses.
In the Jewish world the same
process was taking place with the
onry difference that here Hebrew
is the language of learning. The
Yiddish literature had to go
through the same stages of de-
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velopment and the same struggles
only, due to special circumstances,'
at a much later period. The Jew-
ish scholars studied the Talmud,
the Bible, the different comment-'
aries and other religious books in
Hebrew; but while learning in
Hebrew, every word, every sent-
ence was translated into Yiddish
this was, and still is in many
Ye'hivos, the method of learning.
Scholarly discussions were carried
on in Yiddish interspersed with
many Hebrew quotations
"psukim." While this learning
and also prayingwere going on
in Hebrew, Jewish life was pulsat-
ing very strongly in Yiddish.
Jews worked and traded, sang and
danced, amused themselves and
entertained, laughed and weeped,
banded together and quarrelled,
played and had fun,all this in
Yiddish.
It was only logical that under
such circumstances a literature in
Yiddish should spring forth.
At first bards sang and recited
their own creations and the crea-
tions of others to audiences. Then
:liese creations were circulated in
manuscript. Some of these manu-
scripts are preserved in various
lioraries. One of the oldest manu-
scripts in Yiddish known to me is
riated 1517 and is preserved at the
Munich library. The oldest printed
book in Yiddish known to me is
a copy of the "Bevo-Buch" dated
1541 and located at the Zurich li-
brary in Switzerland.
The topics on the early Yiddish
literature fall into two categories:
1. Religious topics and liturgical
books; legends based on the Bible,
translations from the Old Testa-
ment, Sidurim (prayer books),
Tchinas (special prayers fro wom-
en in Yiddish) and religious lyrics.
2. Topics of lighter veinsatires
on prominent people, jokes,
comedies, etc.
During the 16th century two
bards were especially popular:
Aaron of Frankfurt, and Shloime
Zinger of Prague.
An early writer in Yiddish of
great importance was Eliyohu
Bochur (1468-1549). He was born
near Nuremburg, but lived most
of his life in Italy. He was also
a Hebrew writer of note and a
Hebrew grammarian. While in
Italy he lived for 13 years (1514-
1527) at the palace of his friend
Cardinal E. Viterbo whom he
taught Hebrew. Some of his Yid-
dish creations that were preserved
wholly or in part include "Sreife
Lied," "Hamadil" (1513), the
above mentioned "Bovo-Buch,"
and "Paris and Vienna."
The early publications in Yid-
dish were meant for women and
plain folks who did not know
Hebrew sufficiently. The scholars
and those who pretended to be
scholars, treated with disdain and
snobbed these "lowly books for
women." But in the moments
when these scholars were in a
lighter mood they "stole a glance"
at these lowly books and "bent
an ear" to a recitation in a light-
er vein.
Space does not permit me to
trace though the development of
Yiddish literature in detail. Suf-
fice it to say that the Yiddish
literature through the years be-
came more popular and gained
both in quantity and quality. Dur-
ing the latter half of the nine-
teenth century and the beginning
of the twentieth century it grew
by leaps and bounds and rose to
considerable heights, in spite of
the many obstacles that it had to
overcome from oppressive govern-
ments (the Czarist regime) and
the resistance of the highbrows.
Books of high literary value, nu-
merous daily newspapers, period-
icals, weekly and monthly maga-
zines began to appear in many
countries all over the world. Be-
fore World War II the most im-
portant centers of Yiddish litera-
ture were: Poland, United States
and Canada, Russia, Argentina
and Brazil. Due to the catastophe
that befell our people in Europe
in the last decade during which
the great majority of the creators
of the Yiddish word and the bulk
of the consuming public were an-
nihilated, the United States be-
came the undisputed most import-
ant center of Yiddish literature,
but by no means the only one.
Yiddish books, newspapers and
periodicals reach us from such
places as: Canada, Mexico, Cuba,
Central and South America, Rus-
sia and its satelites, South Africa.
Shanghai, Australia and, last but
not least, Israel.
In the United States today hun-
dreds of books are published an-
nually, some of them real gems
of literature, creations that even
rich literatures, such as English,
could be proud of. Numerous
periodicals, weeklies and month-
lies of high standard are being
published. In New York alone
four daily newspapers with a total
circulation of over 300,000 are
being published. Trfese news-
papers are in no way inferior,
and some consider them even su-
perior, to newspapers of equal
size in other languages. The Yid-
dish press is second only in im-
portance, both in quantity and
quality, to the English press in
the U.S.A., and is first among the
newspapers of foreign language
groups. Although the great ma-
jority of the readers of the Yiddish
press read the English press too,
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948
Center Fund Drive Being Conducted
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Building Fund Drive for
$200,000 got under way Monday
with 50 volunteer workers cover-
ing the city for contributions.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Center, addressed
the workers at final planning
eph M. Lipton, chairman of gen-
eral solicitations.
Report meetings will be held
once a week, with a final report
luncheon meeting scheduled for
December 26. A housewarming at
the new Center building will be
held during the month of Decem-
Mrs. Selicj On WWPB
Mrs. Monte Selig. secretary of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, will speak over WWPB
Saturday at 8 p.m. on the Jewish
Radio Forum. Mrs. Selig who is
chairman of the Refugee Resettle-
ment Committee will speak on the
problems of the displaced per-
sons which the committee seeks
to alleviate.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiveage in
business under the fictitious name of
Commercial Paint Products at l.tw
N W. 62nd Street, Miami. Honda,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL A KATZ
I" IRM KATZ
Co -Owners
MARX FABER
Attornev for Applicants
412 Congress Building
12 10-17-24-31
Ardm.re Studio
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Building Fund Leaders
Seated, left to right. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Fried-
land, co-chairman; Jack Ablin. chairman, initial gifts division;
George J. Talianoff, co-chairman; Alfred Stone, chairmn, hotel
division.
meeting. Other speakers were
Samuel Friedland ar.d George
Talianoff. co-chairmen of the
three week campaign: Joseph M.
Rose, president of the congrega-
tion; Jack Ablin, chairman of the
initial gifts division: Alfred Stone,
hotel division chairman: and Jos-
ber under the auspices of the
Sisterhood. Mrs. Raymond Rubin,
chairman of the women's division,
is in charge of the affair. She
will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur
Klein, president of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Sam Wieson, Mrs. Anna
Wolf, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose.
Tides Hotel Holds
Formal Opening
The dining room of the Tides
Hotel, on the ocean between 12th
and 13th Sts., Miami Beach,
opened for the 1948-49 season last
Sunday.
Guests present or. the occasion
included: Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph
E. Rackovsky. Rabbi Jacob An-
dron. Dr. and Mrs. David Andron
and son, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. Rabbi ar.d Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff. Rabbi and Mrs. Mur-
ray Grauer. Dr. and Mrs. M. A.
Lipkind, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Louis Ros-
enblatt. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Satin, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kantzler.
Allan L. Karson, Mrs. Ruby Ain.
Mrs. Mae Friedman and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Delesantro.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Kesselman.
Mrs. Herman Steen, Mr. and Mrs.
Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Butaw.
Mrs. Minnie Mervis, Mrs. Levy,
Mrs. Aaronson, Rabbi J. Cohn,
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Pincus,
Mrs. Sarah Frankel, Miss Elsie
Haiken, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Mil-
ler and daughter Rosalie, Mrs.
Sarah Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher,
Mrs. H. Wiengarten and family,
Mrs. Anna B. Shapiro and Mr.
and Mrs. Schrag.
Hosts to the gathering were
S. M. Grundwerg and Morris
Newmark, owners and operators
of the hotel.
Fishing Party Dec. 19
Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai
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for its members and friends on
Sunday. December 12, 8:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. on the board the Admiral,
President Leonard Spiegel an-
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docks on Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, I>AI>E
COUNTY. FLORIDANo. 17430.
RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN WATSON BREMNER,
i eased,
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of JOHN WATSON BRL'M-
NER, deceased, and that on th- 1"
day of January, 1(41, I will apply to
th>- Honorable w. f Blanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
^al of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrate
State of JOHN WATSON liREM-
NER, deceased.
This 9th day of December, 1948.
HARRY MOLIXEUX.
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
12 10-17-24-31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN iND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
tins.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS MOGUL, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
ither of vou, may have against the
.st He of Louis Mogul, deceased, late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
n the County Courthouse in Dade
unty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the le>gal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date December AD. 194.
ESTHER MiKll'U
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Louis Mogul, De-
ceased.
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attorney for Executrix
12 10-17-24-81
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LARRY MARKS & CO. tnot Inc.) at
i7 X. W. 2nd Street. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Flotilla.
LARRY MARKS
HURRAY MARKS
\Mos BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
505 Olympla Building
i: M-17-24-31 1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
"omplete Bookkeeping and Tax Service
at B10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE L. YALMAX
Sole owner
12 10-17-24-J1 1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XoTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Click Products Co. at 333 N.W. 22nd
Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
LOUI8 ZAKARIN
S-ile Owner
11 :'' 12 8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in-
^uin*!"' "r"1"r th* fictitious name of
JOELS SHOES at 34 North Miami
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the c,rcuit Court of Dade Countv
Floilda.
MEYER A. WOLPE
i.-.cn. v '-KONARD WOLPE
WASMAN SILVER & BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11 19-26 123-10-17
Workmen's Circle To
Honor Committee
Branch 692 and the Women's
Club of the Workmen's Circle
will honor the Southern District
committee, which is currently
holding its annual session on Mi-
ami Beach, at a dinner tomorrow
evening at 6:30 at the New Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. All members and
friends of Workmen's Circle are
invited. Admission is $1.75. For
reservations call 5-1317.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COFRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IX AXD FOR DADE
< OUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
SELMA KINO, Plaintiff, v LEON
KINO. Defendant.
To: LEON KINO
c.o Decheim Farm Colony
Farm No. 3. R.D. 1
Northampton, Pennsylvania
and
DAVID KAROL
1713 Cedar Street
Allentown. Pennsylvania
'As guardian of the estate of
LEON KINO i
YOU ARE HEREBT required to file
an appearance in the above suit for
divorce on the 31st day of December.
1948. otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
This order is to be published in the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN once each week
for four consecutive weeks.
Dated this 1 day of December, 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Building
12/10-17-24-31 ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.KNOTIC5,18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Raphaels Restaurant at 74
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
with ,hJ?-V,nuS J re*i,,er said name
**VKZV&^Circnit Court of
12 3-ir,,7-:f.3',RA RAPHAEL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
thSZSSLIs F*pmfQmat that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
a< t. bag & METAL CO. not in-
corporated at 1212 N. W. First Avenue
Miami. Florida, intends to roister
sad name with the Clerk "of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
WASMAN. tevktftK&oWlTZ
vNOT,CC tfflE"LAFtfT,T,0U
The TaneUnv'r th' "S" "
ln" TaP Measure at 1420 Nw Sr*
ll/JI 12. 3-10-17-:4
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 120908.
MARY KAPLAN KHAN. Plaintiff, vs.
PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER
KHAN. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIRIDA:
TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as
PEER KHAN,
Lakewood Township.
Ocean County. New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
stvled cause on or before the 6 day
of January. 1949; otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken as
confessed against you.
DATED this 6 day of December,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
A J. KAPLAN
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
IS in-17-24-31
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 1147 W. Flagler
St., Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
L. FRIEDLER
Sole Owner.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney
412 Congress Bldg.
U/19-2t 12/3-10
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. at 3822 S.W. 8th
St., Coral Gables, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
CHARLES g, AMOUR
Sole OwAer.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney
412 Congress Bldg.
11/19-26 12/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 120466.
FREDERICK C THOMSON. Plaintiff,
vs. JOY THOMSON, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIX>RIDA:
TO: MRS. JOY THOMSON
Batchelors Barn
Vigo Road
Andover, Hants,
England
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 13 day
of December, 1948; otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complainant
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATED this 12 day of November,
1948.
F. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sel)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
11/19-26 12/3-10
NOTICE" TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
120421, Division F.
CHARLES OTTO MOLDENHAUER
and MARY MOLDENHAUER. his
wife. Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BOR-
DEN; and, if married, her spouse
whose name is unknown, and If
either of the said Defendants be
dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors and all parties claiming
an Interest by, through, under or
against the said Defendants; and
all parties known or unknown hav-
ing or claiming to have any right,
title or interest in or to the follow-
ing described property situate, King
and being in Dade Countv, Florida.
to-Wit; Ixit 2 in Block 2-B of
STREAMLAND GARDENS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof recorded In
Plat Book 17, Page 27. of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
Defendants.
TO THE DEPENDANTS: FANNIE
BORDEN; and. if married, her spouse
whose name is unknown, and if either
of said defendants be dead, the heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors and all
parties claiming an Interest bv.
through, under or against the said
defendants; and all parties known or
unknown having or claiming to have
any right, title or Interest In or to the
following described property situate,
lying and being in Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, to wit:
Ix>t 2 In Block 2-B of STREAM-
LAND GARDENS, according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 17, Page 27. of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida
>ou and each of you are herebv
required to file an appearance In the
a hove styled cause before the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
(ounty Court House, Miami, Dade
County, Florida, on or before Janu-
ary 10th. 1949. to a bill of Complaint
brought against you by Charles Otto
MoMeMhauer and Mary Moldenhauer.
nis wife for the purpose of qu4etlng
and confirming the title to the above
mSC'^w r,,rPIt>' ln and to the Plain-
V." r.h*rle* tt0 Moldenhauer and
Mary Moldenhauer. his wife, otherwise
the allegations of the said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
19:UCd th'8 M d*y f J^e**'".
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cleric of Circuit Court,
.-,, Paa County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
ALFRED KREISLER D'PU,y Clerk
''''"^V for Plaintiffs,
1001 Pan American Bank Bldg.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'Tm
!& iHS!CUL CIRCUIT ?X InS
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIIVi
IN CHANCERX No. 20828 A~
MAX NECKOWITZ. Plaintiff
VIOLA NECKOWITZ. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA; nd*nt-
TO: VIOLA NECKOWITZ
l5.C?.rve of MRS RUTH GL'IDA
62* Cherry Street
Vineland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint 7,1
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 3d,,
of January. 1949: otherwise the a|
legations of the said Bill will be taken
as confessed against you
mSATKD th'S 2 da>' of Member.
EA.B. LEATHERMAN
(Circuit CourtCls4ai)f C"eU" C"ur
By M. C. PBIGE
JOSEPH W. MALEK DePUt>' Clerk
Solicitor for Plaintiff
173 Congress Building
Miami 32. Horida
12/3-10-17-24
v- J}H?ER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX \"u
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
,t,V^HANCERY- N 120829 -
m=v,N^,.OCHITI1^ Plaintiff va
SYLVIA OCHITILL, Defend im
THE STATE OF FLORIDA '
TO; SYLVIA OCHITILL
2- Elliott Place
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
DtaSSTni!S th* Bl" of cnPlalm for
Divorce filed against you In the above
Styled cause on or before the ?T
-f January, 1949; otherwise the .'
Kar,ions f 8al confessed against you. s
Dated: December 2 194s
EB.LfeATHER.MAN-,
(Circuit Court Seea.k) f C'rCUit '
By M.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg
Miami 32. Florida
12/3-10-17-24
C PEIQE,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MM NAME LAW
,.N,I'K, 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Windsor Manufacturing Co. at ms F
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with ,hVn of
PterlreU,t Court ot ** County!
MAX ALCOX
w.lliam rRBRE5r^UNDER8
^Toe--,7f204r.3,PPl'an,S
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that Harold
the l-i"hn"! and,J?.y Donald "Kden On
the l,th day of November. 194t di-
oJVu', V1* ',,-!,artnTShip known a.
that Jay Donald Ogden is no longer
mS^.TSSt0"*- of MiHmi '
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
BERG has been dissolved
lrP,WRD E 0LA88ER
12/3-10-17^24 H- GOU)I'ERU
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
the'?,Ir~( ,S i^RBBY^GIVEX that
husines. fr,ned- wde8lrln'5 o engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\',i ream Company at 2417 N.
JUSTH Avpnue- Miami, Florida. In-
CU-rk fre.KSt% ,a,d nan,e "" h-
oSmt^jh^^ Court of Dade
IX1UIS POWESKY
I1/II.W-M BUS* POWESKY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
the V.Ii IS "KRKBY GIVEN that
h.in rN"tJn,,d' d'^'''nP to engage In
Mercurv U**r ,he "<-"<"->* "ame of
S y,rlTr" at Miami Beach,
with .1 ln,,1en,ls 'o register said name
ni,dVcf,rnlr;.kp,f,,r,xcir<-uit c<,,,rt of
l*/l-10.17-nifU,BL LANOER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Im NAME LAW
th. OT'CI:. ,s HEREBY GIVEX that
l,V.tinn lsiRi,ed- de8'ring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 ropicraft at 2489 S. W, Sth Street.
-Miami, Florida, intends to register
sad name with the Clerk of th Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
IRVING SCHWARTZ
Sole Owner
12/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, ,~ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
SrKSS" *$* "" fictitious name of
f.nTr" ,STREF:'r MEAT MARKET at
149 .V^ \\. ;th Street. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
_..__ SII1 WESTRICH
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Sid Westrlch
12/8-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
t~_.,, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
?,u^ln5ss ur"ler the fictitious name of
HORN S FURNITURE EXCHANGE
at 5041-5043 S. W. 8th Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD HORN
r *.~ SIDNEY KALM
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicants
1204-05 Pacific Building.
Miami. Fla.
12/8-10-17-24-31


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1948
Beach Hadassah To
Honor Members
Miami Beach Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its regular meeting
in the form of a membership
party honoring all new members
on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Dave
Singer's restaurant, 88 23rd St.,
Miami Beach, Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
membership chairman, an-
nounced.
A cake and candle lighting serv-
ice will be held to commemorate
the birthday of Henrietta Szold,
founder of the organization, and
to celebrate Chanuka, the festival
of lights.
Reports on Hadassah's 34th an-
nual convention, held in Atlantic
City recently will be given by the
following delegates: Mesdames
Milton Sirkin, Abe Goodman,
Alexander Kogan, Alfred Mamlet,
Freda Newman and Irwin Ma-
kovsky.
Mrs. Ben Z. Giasburg, program
chairman, will present a farcical
skit, "The First Hundred Mem-
bers Are the Hardest." Participat-
ing will be Mesdames Carl Wein-
kle, Leon Kaye, Alfred Stone, J.
L. Shawmut, Ida Goldberg, Ben Z.
Ginsburg, Leo Chaikin, M. Mann-
heimer, Harry Platoff, N. Brown,
R. Sepna and Carl Susskind.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be the Mesdames Joseph A. Ber
man, Ned Sail, Samuel Feldman,
Ed Friedman, Jerome Goodman,
Samuel Kelemer, Barney Wein-
kle, Leon Kaye, Adolph Gins-
burg, Buelah Davis, Joseph Lip-
ton, Jack Miller, Dave Blank,
Philip Neuwirth.
Plaza Theatre To Play
Moishe Oysher Film
Yiddish movie enthusiasts are
locking forward to the coming
attraction at the Plaza theatre
starring Moishe Oysher in "The
Cantor's Son." Mr. Oysher will
be supported by an outstanding
cast including Michael Rosenberg,
Isidore Cashier, Florence Weiss,
and Judah Bleich.
The story concerns the adven-
tures of a Polish lad who leaves
his home to travel with a troupe
of actors who eventually come
to America. Although the major
interest lies in the fine music
written by Alex Olshanetsky a
love story and excellent comedy
relief contribute much to the
picture.
The film is far advanced tech-
nically over preceding Yiddish
motion pictures, and English sub-
titles are provided for those not
understanding the Jewish lan-
guage.
"The Cantor's Son" will be
shown at the Plaza Theatre start-
ing December 16.
Abraham Orovitz. 75,
Dies In Beach Hospital
Abraham Orovitz, father of Max
Orovitz. president of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, died in a Miami Beach
ingPattalth^0nday,,T10,"ning mor""
SfmLF f 75'fol,owmg a
Mr. Orovitz, who came hero
S? e!!T' Georgia'20 iS2
ago, resided at 1350 Collins Ave
He was a retired merchant. He
was a Mason, a member of the
M,1naam,R?efKch Jewish Center and
onai B nth.
Other survivors in addition to
Max, who is president of Alfred
Destin Co. and co-owner of the
Public Gas Co.. are the widow
Jennie; a son, Maurice M.. and
two daughters, Mrs. David Bass
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Meyer"
Bloomberg. Dothan, Alabama, and
nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
Gordon Funeral Home Tuesday
with interment at Woodlawn
Memorial Park. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated.
Obituaries
HARRY ALEXANDER GREENE
Age 72, of 1306 N. Miami Ave
passed away suddenly on November
27. He is survived by his wife. Tillie
Md son Irwin. of Miami, also two
sisters and a brother of Brooklyn
Mr Greene came to Miami from New
York in 1934 In 1935 he opened a
restaurant. Haloney Harrvs at 426
ft. -., d V& wnich he Prated until
the time of his death. Cordon Funeral
Home was in charge of funeral ar-
rangements. Interment was in Mt
Nebo Cemetery with Rabhi Max
.Shapiro officiating.
IRVING BECKER
Ago 52. retired candy broker, of
3920 Carden Ave.. Miami Beach, died
after a lingering illness. He is sur-
vived by his widow. Beverly; and one
daughter, Mrs. Audrey Merker. Re-
mains were sent to Chicago for serv-
ices an.I interment by the Beach
Memorial Chapel.
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Beach School To Show
Sex Education Film
The South Beach Elementary
School PTA will present the sex
education film "Human Growth"
at its meeting Tuesday at 3:15
P-m. Miss Nina McAdams, di-
rector of guidance for Dade Coun-
ty, is scheduled to talk on this
subject.
Reports will be made on the
forthcoming dance and pet show,
as well as the results on the pur-
chase of black curtains for all
classrooms to aid in visual ed-
ucation.
Chairmen for the various under-
takings are: the Mesdames G.
Zoller, Harry Waldman, C. Cobb,
Abraham Shapiro, Harry Perkel,
Max Heilbrun and Milton Horn-
stein.
Refreshments will precede the
meeting. A year book -will be
Presented to every member.
LOUIS DIENSTAG
Age 72, of 2160 S.W. 16th St., passed
away November 27. Survivors are one
son. Bernard, and two daughters, Mrs.
Pearl Marks and Mrs. Ourtrude Marx.
Services were held at Riverside Mem-
orial Chapel with Interment at Mt
Nebo Cemetery.
MORRIS KAT2
Age 68, of 1963 N.W. 3rd St.. died.
Mr. Kntz was a member of Con-
gregation Beth Kl. He Is survived by
his wife. Oussie, three sons. Richard.
Nathan and Harry, two daughters,
Mis. Rose Silver and Mrs. Mildred
Taube. Services were held In the
Riverside fhnpet. Interment was In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery'.
Service Held For
gt. Marvin Roth
In Daytona Beach yesterday at
hiw, ? burial services wer*
wi Smi? Sgt' Marvin Roth who
was kllled m Germany in 1945
agt. Hoth was survived by his
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth,
and two sisters. Mrs. Elaine Sam-
uels and Judy Roth, all of Day-
tona Beach. Miamians attending
the ceremonies were Nat, Burnett
Dan and Al Roth, and their fam-
ilies; also Mrs. Anna Berger and
Mrs. Sylvia Krugman, aunts of
the war hero. Mrs. Ray Frisco of
Carrabellc, Florida, another aunt,
was among those present.
Adding to the tragedy of Mar-
vin s death was the fact that he
was killed in the last few days
of the active fighting and the
telegram announcing his passing
was received by his parents after
the armistice had been signed.
U. Of M. Concert Master
To Give Violin Recital
Dr. Frederick Neumann, con-
cert master of the University of
Miami Symphony orchestra, will
be presented by the School of
Music in a violin recital Thurs-
day evening at 8:30 in the Beau-
mont Memorial Lecture hall, main
campus.
Before joining the university
faculty this fall, Dr. Neumann war
on the staff of the Manhattan
School of Music in New York,
was chairman of the violin de-
partment of the Cornish School
of Music and Arts before the war.
A student of Sevoik, Marteau,
Flesch and Busch, he has played
concerts with the New York City
Center and on the west coast.
Selections to be played by Dr.
Neumann Thursday night will be
the Copland Sonata as well as
music by Corelli, Bach, Mozart,
Kreisler, Dvorak and Saint-Saens.
Harry Gregor will accompany
Dr. Neumann on the piano.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Cantor Vigoda Will
Sing At Beth Tfilah
Cantor Samuel Vigoda, world
renowned religious singer, will
appear in a Chanuka concert at
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave., Sunday, December
26, at 8 p.m. The cantor will also
officiate at Beth Tfilah Friday
night and Saturday morning serv-
ices, December 24 and 25.
Tickets for the services are two
dollars and for the concert two
dollars.
Election of officers for the con-
gregation will take place next
week. Norman Kaplan, president,
selected a nominating committee,
which will present the new slate
at the next meeting.
Chevrah Mishnayos of the con-
gregation announces that 40 new
members attended the first meet-
ing- of the season. Israel Diamond
presided. A malavah malkeh took
place after the ceremony. Mr.
Herzig served as toastmaster.
Rabbi Rackovsky, Rabbi J. An-
dron, Mr. Zeidman and Mr. Shul-
man spoke.
so:. SUSSMAN
1.-.75 Washington Ave., died Novem-
ber 27. He Is survived by his sister.
Mrs. Pauline Barnett, London, Enp-
lane}, one nephew, Morris, London,
t\e Miami Beach. Services were held at
the Riverside Memorial Chanel wirh
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. In-
terment took place in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
Newsbrief
Sidney Meyer and Mitchell
Wolfson, co-owners of the Womet-
co Theatre chain, were hosts to
more than three thousand people
last Tuesday night at the open-
ing of their new theatre in Coral
Gables, located on the Miracle
Mile and called the Miracle thea-
tre. Guest of honor was movie
starlet Terry Moore who was co-
.tarred with Glenn Ford in the
Miracle's first feature presenta-
tion "The Return of October."
HIAS To Give Concert
The annual concert of the HIAS
Peoples Tourist Committee will
be presented Sunday, December
19, at 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Y.
Included on the program will
be: Annie Grossberg, star of the
Polish Panda; Cantor J. Y. Gold-
ring, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter; Sofie Kemper, radio star and
folk song singer; and the Jewish
Folk Chorus of Greater Miami.
Expenses are being defrayed by
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller.
Rabbis Join Council
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and the
Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett have
joined the Miami Beach Clergy
Council, according to an an-
nouncement by the Rev. J. Mit-
chell Taylor, president of the
newly-formed council.
The next meeting of the council
will take place on Wednesday at
10:15 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Cellist To Be Solist
At U. Of M. Concert
Garbousova, celebrated 'cellist
will be guest soloist at the Uni-
versity of Miami concert Sunday
afternoon at 4:30 at Miami High
school auditorium. Modeste Alloo
will conduct.
Tickets are on sale at the Uni-
versity of Miami ticket office, 340
S.E. 1st St.; Amidon's, 220 Al-
hambra Circle, Coral Gables; Mi-
ami Beach Radio Co., 1219 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach; and the
University Symphony office, main
campus.
Meeting Postponed
The meeting of the Zionist
Youth Commission which was
scheduled for December 8 has
been postponed until Tuesday
night at 8:30 at Temple Beth
Sholom.
GRAND CONCERT
MAXIN BRODYN
International Celebrated Sinoer, and
ZELDA ZLATIN
Distinguished Raconteur Pianiat
JEWISH FOLK CHORUS BEN YOMEN, Conductor
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12th AT 8 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 1424 REXEL AVE.
Sponsored by Greater Miami JAmbijan) Committee
Admission $1.00 Tax .20 Total $1.20
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CHEVROLET CO.
Cantor Kelemer To
Appear At Shower
"A Glimpse Into Jewish Music,"
composed by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will be presented at the
meeting of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Wednesday at
12:30 p.m. in the Temple patio.
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, Sisterhood
president, announced.
Cantor Kelemer has prepared
this program especially for the
meeting and Cantors J. F. Gold-
ring, Maurice Mamches and Can-
tor Kelemer will participate in its
performance.
A dessert luncheon will be
served. This will also be the
last of the Wednesday afternoon
"showers" for the bazaar sched-
uled to take place on December
22 and 23. Gifts of groceries, knit
goods, leather goods and mis-
cellaneous items are requested.
Ladies in charge of these divi-
sions for the bazaar will serve
as hostesses on Wednesday. They
are: Mesdames Terry Miller,
Marion Frehling, Rhea Sommer-
stein, Lillian Blaseberg, Nattie
Lauer. Naomi Gelb, Ester Leven
son, Idel Merins, Doris Seidler,
Helen Braunstein, Bea Strause,
Lillian Babel, Mina Polakow and
Celia Kandel.
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Club To Present Film
The Russian Language Club of
the University of Miami will pre-
sent the Russian film, "Stone
Flower," a folk tale in color, to-
night at 7:30 at Memorial Lecture
Hall, main campus. Dr. Berthold
Friedl, club adviser, will speak
on Russian folklore.
Sisterhood To Give
Luncheon At Victor
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, president
of the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob of Miami Beach, will
be the hostess at a luncheon meet-
ing of the Sisterhood board of di-
rectors, at the Victor Hotel, Wed-
nesday, December 15.
Plans for a pre-Chanuka meet-
ing to be held by the Sisterhood
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue on
Wednesday, December 22, will be
completed.
A report on the fourth annual
Chanuka concert, which will be
presented at the synagogue under
the joint auspices of the Sister-
hood and congregation on Sun-
day night, January 2, will be
made. Chairman of this affair is
Mrs. William Kline, who is as
sisted by the Mesdames David
Whitman, Jack Felt, Edward Men-
delsohn and Louis Makovsky.
Mrs. David Whitman, member-
chip chairman, will report on the
current membership drive, which
will culminate in a membership
tea to be held at the Atlantis
Hotel on January 12, 1949.




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Births
The following births were an-
nounced this week:
A boy, Samuel'Roy, to the
David Millers, 1791 Marseilles Dr.,
Miami Beach.
A girl, Mara Rae, to the David
Goldsteins, 2271 S.W. 9th St.
A boy, Kenneth Mark, to the
Jack Rosengartens, 835 Alton
Road, Miami Beach.
A boy, Ronald Harry, to the
Julius Kaplans, 1030 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach.
A boy, Lewis Robert, to the
Robert Silvermans, Ft. Lauder-
dale.
A boy, Ronald Hal, to the Mar-
vin Sokolows, 1005 S.W. 19th Ave.
A girl, Clarice, to the Isidore
Feirs, 1257 S.W. 15th St.
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Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Myers Named
National Council Officers At Parley
Mrs. Nat Williams of Miami was
elected second vice president of
the Southern Interstate Confer-
ence of the National Council of
Jewish Women at a recent three-
day session in Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. Stanley C Myers, retiring
president, was elected to the
board of directors.
The conference was held in the
Peabody Hotel and was attended
by fifty-eight delegates from
twenty-six communities in eight
states.
At the business sessions where
all phases of work in education,
social welfare, service to the
foreign born and overseas pro-
jects were discussed, resolutions
were passed supporting partition
of Palestine under the United Na-
tions plan of November 29, 1947,
immediate de jure recognition of
Israel, a loan to Israel, formal
recognition of Israel by the U.N.
and immediate admission into
that body. The conference also
voted to urge Congress to rectify
the injustices of the present DP
law and pledged help in resettle-
ment of emigres in our communi-
ties. Delegates were urged to
work for legislation in their
states which will improve person-
nel and facilities for education,
health and hospitals in their com-
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Newly elected officers of the Southern Interstate Conference
of the National Council of Jewish Women include: Mrs. Seigfried
Guthman, Atlanta. Ga.. auditor; Mrs. Nat Williams, Miami, second
vice president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Miami, retiring president;
Mrs. James Strauss, Lexington. Ky.. president; Mrs. Jacob Solo-
mon, Birmingham, Ala., first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Wer-
than, Nashville. Tenn., secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Henri Wolbrette,
Shrevenort, La., and Mrs. Goodman. Memphis, Tenn., members of
the board. The conference met last week in Memphis at the Pea-
body Hotel.
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there are certain things
Yiddish press that cannot
found anywhere else.
I doubt very much whether our
community leaders realize the im-
portance of the Yiddish press in
forming Jewish public opinion
and keeping the public posted on
happenings in Jewish life here, in
Israel and all over the world. The
late great Jewish leader, Louis
Marshall, understood this import-
ance and, as busy as he was,
found time to learn Yiddish in
order that he could read the Yid
dish press, and could understand
the needs and the psychology of
the Jewish people whom he strove
to serve, and whom he served so
well.
I know that my few words, at
best, can be considered only as a
preface to the topic of Yiddish
literature. Those who are inter-
ested in this subject I can refer
to the following two books:
1. The Story of Yiddish Litera-
ture, New York, Yiddish Scientific
Institute1940, 448 pp. By A. A.
Roback, professor of Harvard Un-
iversity. At the end of this book
there is a very rich bibliography
of 17 pages on this subject.
2. The History of Yiddish Lit-
erature in the 19th Century, New
York, Scribner's, 1899, 384 pp., by
the late Leo Wiener, professor of
Harvard University.
Those who want to know what
went on in Yiddish literature for
the last few years, I refer to these
two articles:
1. Among the Recent Yiddish
books by Melech Ravitch.
2. Modern Yiddish Literature in
English Translalion by Shlomo
Noble.
Both of these articles appear in
the Jewish Book Annual 1948-
1949, published by the Jewish
Book Council of Americaa must
for every lover of the Jewish
book. It has sections in three
languages: Hebrew, Yiddish and
English.
Lear School Presents
Spanish Musical Play
Children of the afternoon ses-
sion of the Lear School presented
a play entirely in Spanish in the
patio of the school last Friday.
The patio was transformed into a
Mexican street, and students
from kindergarten through the
seventh grade spoke Spanish dia-
logue, sang Spanish songs, and
performed Spanish dances. The
kindergarten first and second
grades provided the musical ac-
companiment on triangle, tam-
bourines and drums.
Hungarian Restaurant
Opens For Third Season
The Royal Hungarian Restaur-
ant, 764 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, opened last night for its
third season. Specializing in Hun-
garian and Jewish-American
cooking and baking, the estab-
lishment is operated by Phillip
Weiss and Emanuel Abraham.
Mr. Abraham also operates the
Pontiac Hotel, White Lake, New
York.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Rabbi Ever To Head
Yeshiva Fund Drive
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southern
regional director of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, New York, has been ap-
pointed to head the Miami area
drive in the national campaign to
raise $7,500,000 for university ex-
pansion. Yeshiva is the only ac-
credited university under Jewish
,n>ices in the Americas.
3 The Miami goal will be $100,000.
Annroval of the campaign was
,iven at a meeting of the execu-
te committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation this
week It will be conducted at the
end of March after the Federa-
tion fund drive.
Rabbi Ever stated that money
collected in the drive will be used
to provide additional graduate
schools, to enlarge the College of
Arts and Sciences, and to provide
urgently needed dormitories,
laboratories and classrooms. Plans
are under way to organize a medi-
cal school to augment the present
pre-med undergraduate course. At
present there is no medical school
under Jewish auspices, Rabbi
Ever asserted.
Present enrollment at Yeshiva
University is close to 1500 and
students come from 26 states and
19 foreign countries. A faculty of
112 is required to teach in the
eight schools and divisions of the
university, which include: College
of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
Rabbi Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary. Teachers Institute, Bernard
Revel Graduate School, Harry
Fischel School for Higher Studies,
Accredited Preparatory School,
with branches in Brooklyn and
Queens. Graduate Institute of
Mathematics and School of Edu-
cation and Community Adminis-
tration.
Complete plans for the drive
will be announced in the near
future. Information regarding this
drive and the institution in gen
eral may be obtained from Rabbi
Ever at his Miami Beach office,
1416 Pennsylvania Ave.
Henry Ford II
Speaking at the twentieth
anniversary dinner of the In-
stitute of Human Relations, held
in New York recently under
the auspices of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, in cooperation with Co-
lumbia University. Henry Ford
IL recipient of the Institute's
Brotherhood award, cited four
requirements for good human
relationshipsa desire to
achieve goood relations, the dis-
covery of great areas of agree-
ment, religion and hope.
West Miami Group
Sponsors Carnival
The West Miami Jewish Center
is sponsoring a carnival at S.W.
65th Ave. and 8th St. The carnival
will be open through tomorrow
night with a matinee for children
tomorrow afternoon. Members of
the organization are serving as
cashiers and operating the booths.
Proceeds will go into the organiza-
tion's building fund.
Newsbriefs
Carol Jane Wolpert, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert,
1776 S.W. 16th Ave., will serve on
the college board of Mademoiselle.
Carol is a sophomore at the Uni-
versity of Alabama where she is
an English major. Judith Wol-
pert. her sister, served on the
hoard last year.
Temple Sisterhood
Directors To Meet
The December meeting of the
executive board of Temple Israel
Sisterhood will be held Monday
from 10 a.m. to noon in the Sister-
hood lounge, Mrs. Isaac Levin,
president, announced. The meet-
ing occurs a week earlier than
usual so that matters concerning
December and January events
may be discussed.
Mrs. Henry Wolff will present
plans for the Chanuka party for
the Sunday school and Mrs. Harry
V. Simons will announce hostesses
for January. Mrs. Levin will ap-
point chairmen for the coming
wedding anniversary and birth-
day celebrations.
Biscayne Kennel Shows
Attendance Increase
Figures released by the Florida
State Racing Commission cover-
ing the first few weeks of racing
at the Biscayne Kennel Club re-
veal a rise in attendance of 545
per night over the same period in
1947. Although there has been a
slight decrease in the amount of
wagers placed Biscayne Kennel
has felt the decline less than any
other track now operating in
Florida.
In the first futurity of the sea-
son held Saturday Beachcomber,
the heavy favorite, lost what
would have been his 59th victory
when Some Guy came in first.
Newsbrief
Dr. Albert E. Roscnthal, chair-
man of the publicity committee
of the Florida State Dental Socie-
ty, announces that more than 250
dentists are expected to attend
the 65th annual convention which
will open December 12 at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel.
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Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
published in The Jewish Flori-
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Food Center, 451 41st St., and
Deutch Hotel and Restaurant
Meat and Poultry Supply, 951
Collins Court.
Newsbriefs
The Club Granada, 4897 S.W.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Book Council Plans
Exhibit Symposium
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the Miami Jewish Book
Council has arranged a central
book exhibit, exemplifying the
theme "People of the Book," to
be displayed at the Miami Beach
Public Library from December
13 to 18.
The book exhibit will include
books of Jewish interest in three
languages, Hebrew, Jewish and
English; original paintings; and
priceless ceremonial objects from
the collection of Sholem Asch. A
partial list of the collection in-
cludes Menorahs dating back a
thousand years, an ilustrated 17th
century Hagadah, a 14th century
manuscript translation of Saadia
Gaon's "Beliefs and Opinions of
Jews," a 14th century Jewish
marriage certificate on parch-
ment and Maimonides' "Com-
mentary on Ethics of the Fathers."
Max Meisel, chairman of the
exhibit is receiving the coopera-
tion of Miss Bertha Aldrich, li-
brarian at the Miami Beach Li-
brary, and Sholem Asch. Others
assisting him in setting up the
exhibit are Mrs. J. Duntov, Harry
Simonhoff, and William Hertz.
Mrs. A. Mamlet, Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle and Mrs. S. Kay will super-
vise the exhibit during the week.
Also in commemoration of Jew
ish Book Month, the council will
present a symposium entitled
"The Future of Jewish Literature"
at the Beach Y Thursday at 8
p.m.
Participants in the discussion
will be Dr. M. J. Glick, modera-
tor; Harry Simonhoff, "Jewish
Literature in English"; Dr. Aelx-
ander Mukdoni, "Jewish Litera-
ture in Yiddish"; Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman, "Hebrew Literature":
Sholem Asch will also be present.
This symposium will be repeat-.
ed in its entirety at the Miami
Y Tuesday, December 23, at 8
p.m.
The council has also arranged
the following radio programs in
connection with Book Month: A.
P. Gannes, today at 8:45 a.m. over
WMBM; Harry Simonhoff and
Mrs. Dorothy Fink, tomorrow at
2 p.m. over WKAT; Dr. M. J.
Glick, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. over
WINZ. Max Dobrin is in charge
of these programs.
The local Book Council con-
sists of: Harry Simonhoff, over-
all chairman, Mrs. A. Mamlet and
Dr. M. J. Glick, co-chairmen; Abe
P. Gannes, secretary; Mrs. J.
Duntov, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Wil-
liam Hertz, Dr. Max A. Lipkind,
Mrs. S. Kay, Max Meisel, Joseph
Rambam, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and
Mrs. Milton Sachs.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Blackstone Seeks Name
For Hotel Dining Room
A "No RulesJust Write" con-
test was launched this week by
the Blackstone Hotel, Miami
Beach, to name its dining room.
Winning entry for the best name
for the redecorated dining room
receives a special package of 50
prizes, including 25 choice din-
ners, said managing director Jack
Salomon.
Operating the" dining room for
the hotel management is Louis
Rappoport, hotel owner of Ausa-
ble Chasm, summer resort in the
Adirondacks. Contestants should
address their entires to the Dining
Room, Blackstone Hotel, Miami
Beach. The contest closes Christ-
mas Eve.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Fridav evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi "Max Kaufman will speak on
A Change "f Heart.'- Mr. and lira
Mas Hankln will be hosts for the
Oneg Bhabbat following the serv-
ices on Friday evening and Bat>
urdav. Saturday morning service at
in a'm Sunday School at 10:30. 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 Sal.bath eve services for
Jewish patients and residents of the
Coral Gables area at Pratt General
Hospital chapel at 8 p.m. Robert Berg-
man, director, will preach. An
Oneg Shabb.it featuring the Kid-
dush. folk and Sabbath songs. Jewish
humor and readings, also refreshments,
will follow. Everyone is welcome a.
patients must retire by MS 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 I.evitan,
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 8:30. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will speak on "The House of
My Father.'* Bar Mitzvah of Melvin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht.
Junior services held for chil-
dren 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 E followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday School
at 9:30 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to
6:30.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
I.ate Friday evening services at 8:15.
Participating will be Mrs. Aaron Hay-
den, president of American Jewish
Congress. Rabbi Shapiro's topic will
be "The Day Is Short'" Joseph
Schretbman and a professional choir
will participate In the services. Mr
and Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Goodman will be hosts
at a reception following the services
in memory of Mrs. Ruth Goodman,
mother of Mrs. Weissel and Mr. Good-
man. Saturday morning at 8:30 Donald
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Albert
will become Bar Mltzvah. Students
services at 10:80 a.m. Sunday Bar
Mitzvah breakfast for boys and girls
13 and over will be held this week at
8:40. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 17 il
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
I-ite Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi will preach on "The Power of
a Dream." In honor of AJC Sabbath
Mrs Louie Ghtsser Will speak on the
life of .Louise Waterman Wise, founder
whose Tahrzeit occurs this week. Sat-
urday morning services Rabbi will
preach on "The Weekly Portion of
the Law. Gabriel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Zatlin will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Junior Congregation at 9:30. Cen-
ter youth breakfast Sunday morning
at 9:15 in the chapel. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to
6:30 Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon K onish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on Why
Organised Religion?" Special memorial
service for the late Louise Waterman
Wise Mrs. Leonard Glickman, of the
\Ji\ will participate. A reception In
honor of "Mother" Baum's Toth blrth-
dav will follow the services. Sabbath
service at 10:4.'.. Kenneth Beckerman
will become Bar Mitzvah. Sunday
school at 10:45 for children from 4V4
to 1"> Hebrew classes weekdays from
|:1S for children 7's to 14.
Congregation BetH El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Qrauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Fridav evening services at 5:15. Sat-
urday services at a.m. Rabbi Qrauer
will preach on "Jacob's Exodus." Stu-
dents' services at 10 a.m. Saturday.
supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel of
the Religious school staff. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Dally Religious school
from 8:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services
". a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning services at 9
a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "The
Struggle of an Idea." Cantor Berele
Kelemer will conduct the service.
Mlshna class at 4:30 p.m. Mincha at
5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos.
The Rabbi will speak on the Portion
of the Week. Sunday School at 10
a.m.: Hebrew School daily from 3:15
to 6:16 p.m. Dally Services at 7:30
a.m.
Temple Emanu-El ^Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Rs.nson. Rabbi.
Dr. Hiram B. Weiss, Cincinnati
physician, will share the pulpit at 8
o'clock services tonight. "The Expan-
sion of Reform Judaism" will be the
general theme with the specific topic
discussed by Dr. Weiss "The Ex-
panding Program of the Hebrew Union
College." Rabbi Ranson will speak
on "Why 1 Believe in American Re-
form Judaism." George Roth, of Holly-
wood, will participate in the services.
A reception will follow In the social
hall. The public is Invited to attend the
service at 8 p.m. and the reception
at 9:30.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30. The
The Rabbi will speak on "Israel's
Escape.' Saturday evening services at
4. The Rabbi will address the congre-
gation on "Monument! Or House ol
God." Mincha at 4:30 followed by
Shalos Seudos and a program of He-
brew songs and mlros. Daily services
at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna will be
addressed by the Rabbi following the
services. Services at 5:15 p.m. followed
by a class in Jewish laws and cus-
tom.- Maariv at 6 p.m.
Tempi* Isaiah (Reform). 4925
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Special Memorial service in memory
of Louise Waterman Wise. Miss Mal-
vlna Weiss, principal of South Beach
Elementary School, will speak briefly.
Rabbi Raab will address the congrega-
tion on the subject "Quo Vadls?"
Rita Hyman Bukstel, soprano, will
be guest soloist accompanied by Betty
Halem, pianist. A reception will fol-
low. The public Is Invited.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
A. P. Cannes, Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, will speak In observance of
Jewish Book Month. He will review
"The Book of Books" by Solomon
Goldman. Max Meisel, chairman of
the current celebration will Introduce
the speaker. Memorial service will be
held for Louise Waterman Wise with
a member of the AJC bringing a mes-
sage. A library exhibit and a Sister-
hood reception will follow services.
10,
Beach Zionist Group
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Miami Beach Jewish Center
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Lff DECEMBER 10, 1948 jC Women Will onduct Services, ponsor Dance L weekend will be a busy (or Mrs. A. A. Hayden presij! t of the Miami Chapter, AmerC Jewish Congress, and the P., members of her organiza E Tonight the group, together h the Beach chapter, is parLing in synagogue services [memory of the first annivers2 Days Remain In Diabetes Drive Only two days remain in the mass diabetic campaign which is being conducted by the Miami Diabetic Association. Urine specimens may be turned in at any drug store until Sunday. All specimens should be labeled with name, address and age of contributor and should preferably be passed two or three hours after a fairly representative meal. Free analyses of these specimens are being made at the Medical Rsearch Building at Jackson Memorial. If the symptoms of the disease are detected, individuals will be advised to consult their physicians, or if financially unable to do so, to go to the Diabetic Clinic at Jackson Memorial Hospital. USSMiksMkui Piano Duo To Appear In Concert Tuesday PAGE NINE Burdine's Photo Reflet Mrs. A. A. Hayden r of the death of the late Mrs. bise Waterman Wise, founder rational president for many Kunday night the chapter is msoring its first annual dance |be held at the Grotto at 8:30 L Harvey Bell, night club singI will act as M. C. and Crusty r-bread's orchestra will play for pcing. Ethel and Manola will SM a dance exhibition. audience participation prokn with valuable prizes has k arranged, according to Mrs. tyden. pickets are $150 per person. ". Ben Essen is chairman. Jrority Open House leta Theta Chapter of Phi na Sigma held their annual ^n house Thanksgiving day at Caribbean Hotel from 3 to 6 The affair introduced new riges and celebrated Founder's fledge Mother Doris Shapiro prded two cups given every to the pledges of the preus class. Ann Rosenthal rewd the scholarship cup and } best pledge cup was awarded |Harnet Slornowitz. |ie following pledges were induced: Jean Bailinger, Beverly "nett Lee Beverly Berger, ShirBlumberg, Carol Brandt, Kie Chadwin, Maralyn Hochn. Vivian Hoffman, Eleanor •nthal, Norma Rubel, Eleanor PJor, Eleanor Schrier, and para Zises. Sholem Luncheon Club To Hear ADL Officers J. Harold Saks, national director of the Community Service Division of the Anti-Defamation League, and Alexander F. Miller, director of the Southeastern Region of the Anti-Defamation League, will address members of the Sholem Lodge Luncheon Club today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner restaurant. Their subject will be: "Combatting Bigotry." The speakers will be introduced by Burnett Roth, luncheon chairman. Mr. Miller and Mr. Saks are in this city to attend the Florida State Regional Conference of the Joint Defense Appeal on Sunday at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Seligman Named To Sisterhood Board Mrs. Marie Seligman was elected for a six year term as a member of the National Board of Temple Sisterhoods at a meeting of the board in Boston last week. A member of Temple Israel, Mrs. Seligman has been a Sunday school teacher there for twentythree years. She is a member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors and maintains offices in the Mercantile Bank Building. Esther Chapter Party Esther Chapter, the Yiddish speaking group of the American Jewish Congress, will hold a card party Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Mrs. Gussic Packer, president, announces. Paula Chertok and Kenneth Cox Bachelor's Miamian To Be Soloist With N. Y. Philharmonic Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, 703 West Flgaler St., recently learned that their son, Leonard, who is first 'cellist with the New York Philharmonic, will be soloist with the orchestra at a Sunday afternoon broadcast, January 30. Rose will play the Schelomo concerto by Block and Leopold Stokowski will conduct. Rose's performance as soloist last week brought an accolade from the critics. Paula Chertok, eleven year old second cousin of Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs Moishe Sher tok, will appear in a duo-piano recital with Kenneth Cox, Jr., twelve, at the Miami Woman's Club Auditorium, 1737 North Bayshore Drive, Tuesday evening at 8:30. Paula, who gave her first recital at the age of eight, appeared with Kenneth in a duo-piano recital last year. At that time the First Piano Quartet auditioned the children and Franz Mittler, a member of the quartet, presented them with his Junior American Concerto, which they will play Tuesday night. Selections by Bach. Haydn, Chopin, Tschaikowsky, Schubert and Nash will also be included on the program. According to musicians who have heard them, both children are considered exceptionally talented. Paula and Kenneth will also appear in concert in Montgomery, Alabama, on February 6. Beth El Sisterhood Stages Weekly Events To Aid Bazaar Every Wednesday afternoon is game-time for the members of Congregation Beth El Sisterhood who meet at 1:30 at 500 S.W. 17th Ave. The public is invited to attend these affairs which will be held weekly until January 8. Admission to the card parties is the donation of an article to be sold at a bazaar which will be held by the Sisterhood next month. Marcus Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Ben Marcus, husband of Mrs. Anna Marcus, will take place Sunday at 10 a.m. in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hadassah To Meet At Y The Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah will meet Monday night at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y to complete arrangements for a Chanuka dance to be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel December 26 at 8:30 p.m. Miss Rosalyn Klein, president, will report on the convention of the Women's Zionist Organization of America held recently in Atlantic City. The meeting is open to prospective members. Any young women interested in joining the group are asked to contact Ruth Steinberg, membership chairman, at 2-6839. Chanuka Seminar For Club Leaders To Be Held A special Chanuka seminar for club leaders will be held on Sunday night at 8:30 at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Building. Leonard A. Levme. Pros. Irving Blasberg. Treas. With DIGNITY and RESPECT ... our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. 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PAGE EIGHT vjewlsti ncrldlan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 19 48 Joy Simonhoff Engaged To Brooklyn Boy January Wedding Planned The engagement of Joy Simon hoff to Arthur Epstein, of Brooklyn, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, 5925 North Bayshore Dr. A graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school, Joy received her bachelor of arts degree at the University of Maryland where she w*>s a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary Sorority. Mr. Epstein took his bachelor of science degree at the same university, completing a course which was interrupted by three years' service in the Army Air Corps as first lieutenant. He expects to receive his master of arts at New York University where he is now completing his thesis. the ,'inuary 30 wedding. has been set for Gabriel Stanley Zatlin To Become Bar Mitzvah Carol Wolpert Selected For Magazine Board Carol Jane Wolpert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., was recently chosen a member of the college board of Mademoiselle magazine. Carol, an English major at the University of Alabama, is a sophomore, a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority, of which she is social chairman, and writes for the Rammer Jammer, campus humor magazine. At Miami High school she was a member of National Honor Society, the Thespians and Tri Beta Sorority. Her sister, Judith, served on the college board last year. Leon Rosenblums To Live In New Jersey Miss Paula Lach. daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lach. 574 N.E. 94th | St., and the late Mr. Lach. became the bride of Leon S. Rosenblum, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum, Patterson, N. J., on Thanksgiving day at the home of the bridegroom's parents in Patterson. Rabbi Arthur T. Buch performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by her mother, was gowned in ivory satin with a Chantilly lace peplum. Her illusion veil extended from a Queen Anne tiara. She carried a Bible showered with orchids. Miss Fern Ann Bosenblum was the bride's only attendant. Charles W. Shain was best man. A reception followed the ceremony at the Robin Hood Inn. After a wedding trip to Nevele Country Club, Ellenville. N. Y., the couple will reside in Patterson. For travel the bride chose a beige and toast suit, brown accessories and an orchid corsage. —Associated Photographer* Gabriel Zatlin Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zatlin, 511 15th St.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Gabriel Stanley, to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tomorrow morning. A luncheon at the Shelborne Hotel for eighty guests will follow the ceremonies. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Zatlin will be hosts at cocktails, din ner and dancing at the Martinique Hotel. Approximately forty rela• tives and friends from out-of-j town are expected to attend the affairs. Mrs. Sandier Chosen Mrs. Charles Turk, president of Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami has appointed Mrs. Alfred Sandier of 2685 S.W. 17th St., chairman of the linen drive for the children at the Children's Village and Farm School in Raanana, Israel. Mrs. Sandier has not yet named the committee that will assist her in a concentrated drive to collect new articles of wearing apparel, bed clothings, towels, etc., in the immediate future. Sholem Women To Sponsor Luncheon And Fashion Show Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, wife of the national secretary of B'nai Brith, will be guest of honor at a membership luncheon and stylo show to be sponsored by the Sholem Lodge Women Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Clover Club. Mrs. Bisgyer will report on her recent trip to Paris where she attended the sessions of the United Nations General Assemblv as a representative of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council, of which she is vice president. This affair will bring to a close the membership drive which the organization has been conducting in Greater Miami. Mrs. Lenore Curtice has served as chairman of the campaign. The fashion show, which will be under the direction of Mrs. Err.phy Benway, fashion director at Burdine's, will feature holiday styles modeled by Burdine's mannequins. Mrs. Harry Gordon, president of Sholem Chapter will preside. The program has been arranged by the Mesdames Sam Silver and C. RJacobson. Betrothal Of Tobe Ritwe Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ritwe. 1957 S.W. 17th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Tobe. to William W. Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lew, Atlantic City. N. J. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Senior High, where Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauffmann, 5700 Devonshire Road Coral Gables, have returned to their home after touring the United States and Canada since May. Mrs. Leon Lieberman recently flew to Newark, N. J., to visit her family and to attend the wedding of her brother, Mack Rauchbach. She will return to Miami on December 20 Mrs. Emma Newmark, New York, has arrived to spend the winter as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Beck, 1785 S.W. 13th St. Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Rosenthal recently returned from a summer vacation at Monticello, N. Y. Back at their home at 244 West Rivo Alto Drive, Rivo Alto Island, Dr. Rosenthal has reopened offices at 420 Lincoln Road. %  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kochen and daughter Susan are making ther permanent residence at 742 Michigan Ave. The Kochens come to Miami Beach from Lima, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, friends of the new Miamians, are introducing them to the Jewish community. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Halpert, 3550 S.W. 6th St., are giving a barbecue luncheon tomorrow afternoon in honor of their children's birthday. Barry, six, and Leslie, four, were both born on December 13. Miss Jean Tepper, who is to become the bride of Joseph Munchick on December 18, was feted at a luncheon and card party last Sunday by Miss Lenore Waldman and her sister, Mrs. Milton Baker, at the Baker home. %  -* Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Weinkle announce the birth of their son, Roy Ernest. Mrs. Oida Rubin, 5901 North Bayshore Drive, returned Wednesday from a trip to New York. %  + Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman have just returned from New York where they spent five weeks, combining business and vacation. First house guests of the William Glicks in their new residence at 2381 S.W. 25th Terr, are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gurtman, of Brooklyn. Mrs. Gurtman is the sister of Mrs. Glick. The visitors will remain here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Speiser of New York, are staying at the Dorchester Hotel. While here they are being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frank, 992 S.W. 9th St., will be hosts to Mr. Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frank, of Brooklyn, for two weeks. The senior Franks are expected to arrive on Monday. *~ : .-. CONG. BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Announces that Cantor Samuel Vigoda and Choir One of the most outstanding and world famous cantors will officiate in our Synagogue on Friday evening, Dec. 24th and Saturday morning, Dec. 25th. Cantor Vigoda will also conduct Maariv Services on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock and will give a grand Chanuckah Concert Tickets for Friday and Saturday as well as for the Chanuckah Concert may be secured at the Synagogue or from the Committee: Norman Kaplan. 452 Washington AT*.; I. Diamond, 843 Meridian Are.; Simon Hill, 1006 Meridian Ajrt. LeMan Photo Toby Ritwe she was a member of the band and Tri Beta sorority. She attended Florida State University, and is at present attending the University of Miami, from which she will graduate in February. She is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi and the Hillel Four.da tion. Mr. Lew attended the University of Idaho and received his bachelor's degree in engineering from Pennsylvania State. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, engineering society, Druids, honorary athletic society, and Zeta Beta Tau. He served with the armed forces for three years. No date has been set but a spring wedding is planned. Evelyn Baumoehl Betrothal Told The betrothal of Miss Evelyn Baumoehl to William P. Taub is announced today by her mother, Mrs. Clara Baumoehl, 953 S.W. 10th St. Mr. Taub is the son of Mrs. Eva Taub, 1424 S.W. 17th Terr. January 30 has been selected ai the wedding date. PATRONIZE WD SAVE FOR CHANUKA AND HOLIDAY GIFTS Best Plastic Tablecloths White Lace. 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PAGE TEN Jewish nwkUari FRIDAY, DECEMBER lo, PLANTS & SHRUBS For Sale Reasonable JOSEPH MELNICK 1252 N. W. 33rd St. TeL 3-7115 DINING AND DANCING "AT ITS BEST" VICTOR'S 'FOOD FOR THE EPICURE' NOW AT THE RALEIGH Ocean Corner at 18th St. PHONE 5-0792 S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and PrWsie Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN STEEL ERECTING HAULING Non 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 Why Should I Attend Religious Services? Why Should I Send My Children to Religious School? Why Should I Join A Temple or Synagogue? By RABBI LEON KRONISH Temple Beth Sholom Miami Beach. FJj in the We live in • "fSS2S TheBeSh congregation*.espeSynagogue seems to ^ SP? i ^dgduring the -season." Yet an dally, f^d themselves filled to caparity 8 regarding Sabbath honest and objective appaisal or the .n dQ ^ ^^ worship would reveal that most of our local on „ either the early or late Fi ida> even '"f ~ seat i n g capacity morning. Simple mathematics reveal, that ^^around %00. oi all the synagogues o* Greater Mam somewh ere between The total number of adult /^ pi d "'£ t census 0 f the Greater 25.0CH' and 30.000 as revealed b t h e i eten J b c b e ath in February the Miami Jewish Federation. Or .any given sao t e fact that the Beach synagogues hje no vacant lation F Se SSoli long decayed I tread once more tt^A? "Fr pt floor Fnr lu-k of pilgrims doubly art thou waste, F Thv Jaths and walks are overgrown with grass The "spider on thy beams its web has traced thlS S r ;Jewish wit t ha^-t^aljy labeled^e a children tfM Sav* Absent 2? "Why don^youcome to Templein typically ?idd4 -tvle the question will be answered with a question: Why Sh0 0 „e ifremSedS'the story of the Irishman who was so puzzled hv this Yiddish trait of answering a question with a question that hi Hecided to ask one of his Jewish friends. "Why do you Jews answer a question with a question?" To which his friend replied: '^Xd^'hosf who answer the query with the weary: ;Why should I go to Temple?" we usually say: "Why shouldn t you? Ana the answers are legion. Of those who are allergic to the Tewish religion there are five main species: A The "Hitch Hiker" who wants to come to the synagogue only on Rush Hashonoh and Yom Kippur or who wants to wait until his children grow up or who simply wants to buy tickets for the Hlgh B H The "Golden Ruler" who doesn't need religious services or -eligious institutions because he claims to be living the Golden Rule C The charity giver who gives only to charity and doesnt wish to give to synagogue; or else charity for others has become D.' The criticizer who doesn't like the Rabbi or the Cantor or the President or some other member and probably doesn't like himself as a Jew. .,.. ., E. The "Beroigiser" who is angry because he didn t receive the proper welcome and attention from the officers and directors and the congregation when he was contemplating affiliation. All of this, of course, is subterfuge and these reasons do not represent the real truth. This, one can glean from the parents who asks rhetorically, "Why should I send my child to Religious School?" The following record of a telephone conversation in our school office will be of interest in this connection: One of our teachers telephoned a parent to find out why her daughter had not been attending Hebrew School. "Well," answered the parent, "she doesn't want to contribute to Karen Ami." "Oh, she won't have to contribute to Keren Ami if she doesn't want to," explained the teacher. "Contributions to Keren Ami are purely voluntary." Somewhat dismayed by the hasty explanation of the teacher, the parent, sotto voice, was heard to summon her little girl and to ask her excitedly, "Isn't there any other reason why you don't want to go to Hebrew School?" to which the little girl replied that she had to attend Girl Scouts. "Well, we can easily arrange to give your daughter special coaching some other day when she doesn't go to Girl Scouts," she was told. 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 bored. When the teacher checked to find out how often the child had come to class, the records revealed that she had attended exactly one—on the first day of school! Here you have it: The proof that all these excuses are merely rationalizations for the rebellious spirit which has replaced the old repentant spirit. The synagogues and its schools may, in all humility, not be perfect the synagogue adherents may not be practicing the piety or perfection its prophets are teaching. But there are very few men outside the precincts of the synagogue who have attained piety, perfection or prophetic stature nor can. Whatever they did attain was indirectly rooted in the Bible. It was all right for Abraham Lincoln to say: "If I could find a church whose only condition for membership was that one should love God and his fellowman, I would join at once." Lincoln never joined the church. But most of us are not Lincolns nor are we Theodor Herzls. Most of us are imperfect, ordinary mortals, with our problems, our frustrations, our fears, our quest for security and our yearnings for our children! And so to the "Seventh Day Absentists," I say: "Come Home." Come home to your house of assembly and you will find new Jewish fellowship. You will find here an island of spiritual security in a sea of confusion. The medieaval synagogue was often built as a fortress. This is your great spiritual fortess. "Return and bring your children home to the House of Study and discussion and here they will hear of Moses and Herzl, of Jeremiah and Stephen S. Wise, of Maccabbees and of the Haganah. Here are songs for their throats, sacred Hebrew prayers for their lips, plays and pageants for their talents, thrilling holidays for their emotions. Here they will know who they are and hold their heads high! "Come home to your House of Prayer for solace, for consolation for meditation. Come here for the three necessities of your existence' A philosophy of life A psychology of dignity and above all, A program of action. "For here in what Franz Werfel called the 'Eternal Road,' both your ancient and modern prophets will make you sensitive to'every injustice and angry at every cruelty and will move you to enlist in the regiments of righteousness, for nothing human is foreign to us "And here in the synagogue you will give the lie to Toynbee who calls us in his book, 'Study of History,' a 'fossiled people For you will be not only Bahim better children of Israel, but you will become Bonim—builders, building out of the ruins, sanctuaries of CARR APPLIANCES. INC. OWEN L. CARR. 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JAN. 15th POST TIME-1:30 P.M. 8 RACES DAILY Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Myers Named National Council Officers At Parley Mrs. Nat Williams of Miami was elected second vice president of the Southern Interstate Conference of the National Council of Jewish Women at a recent threeday session in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Stanley C Myers, retiring president, was elected to the board of directors. The conference was held in the Peabody Hotel and was attended by fifty-eight delegates from twenty-six communities in eight states. At the business sessions where all phases of work in education, social welfare, service to the foreign born and overseas projects were discussed, resolutions were passed supporting partition of Palestine under the United Nations plan of November 29, 1947, immediate d e jure recognition of Israel, a loan to Israel, formal recognition of Israel by the U.N. and immediate admission into that body. The conference also voted to urge Congress to rectify the injustices of the present DP law and pledged help in resettlement of emigres in our communities. Delegates were urged to work for legislation in their states which will improve personnel and facilities for education, health and hospitals in their communities. •iiu: niiiiBiumnwMBnMn NURSE Can accommodate 1 or 2 con valescents in nice spacious kosher' home on the beach. Special diet and care for Cardiacs. 58-2014 riimmiMmagMMNMMMMMNMM! ARE YOU LONELY? JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Buildlnn 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 Newly elected officers of the Southern Interstate Conference of the National Council of Jewish Women include: Mrs. Seigfried Guthman, Atlanta. Ga.. auditor; Mrs. Nat Williams, Miami, second vice president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Miami, retiring president; Mrs. James Strauss, Lexington. Ky.. president; Mrs. Jacob Solomon, Birmingham, Ala., first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Werthan, Nashville. Tenn., secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Henri Wolbrette, Shrevenort, La., and Mrs. Goodman. Memphis, Tenn., members of the board. The conference met last week in Memphis at the Peabody Hotel. In Observance Of Jewish Book Month ID in the be (Continued from Page there are certain things Yiddish press that cannot found anywhere else. I doubt very much whether our community leaders realize the importance of the Yiddish press in forming Jewish public opinion and keeping the public posted on happenings in Jewish life here, in Israel and all over the world. The late great Jewish leader, Louis Marshall, understood this importance and, as busy as he was, found time to learn Yiddish in order that he could read the Yid dish press, and could understand the needs and the psychology of the Jewish people whom he strove to serve, and whom he served so well. I know that my few words, at best, can be considered only as a preface to the topic of Yiddish literature. Those who are interested in this subject I can refer to the following two books: 1. The Story of Yiddish Literature, New York, Yiddish Scientific Institute—1940, 448 pp. By A. A. Roback, professor of Harvard University. At the end of this book there is a very rich bibliography of 17 pages on this subject. 2. The History of Yiddish Literature in the 19th Century, New York, Scribner's, 1899, 384 pp., by the late Leo Wiener, professor of Harvard University. Those who want to know what went on in Yiddish literature for the last few years, I refer to these two articles: 1. Among the Recent Yiddish books by Melech Ravitch. 2. Modern Yiddish Literature in English Translalion by Shlomo Noble. Both of these articles appear in the Jewish Book Annual 19481949, published by the Jewish Book Council of America—a must for every lover of the Jewish book. It has sections in three languages: Hebrew, Yiddish and English. Lear School Presents Spanish Musical Play Children of the afternoon session of the Lear School presented a play entirely in Spanish in the patio of the school last Friday. The patio was transformed into a Mexican street, and students from kindergarten through the seventh grade spoke Spanish dialogue, sang Spanish songs, and performed Spanish dances. The kindergarten first and second grades provided the musical accompaniment on triangle, tambourines and drums. Hungarian Restaurant Opens For Third Season The Royal Hungarian Restaurant, 764 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, opened last night for its third season. Specializing in Hungarian and Jewish-American cooking and baking, the establishment is operated by Phillip Weiss and Emanuel Abraham. 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PAGE TWO +.leistFk)rldttan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, Injunction Trieste Halt Temple Isaiah Services Officials of Temple Isaiah were served this week with a summons and complaint for temporary and permanent injunction by the Wags Transportation System, Inc., a New York corporation of which Dan Arnstein is the president. The suit charges that "large crowds" which "gather as a congregation cause "noise and great traffic congestion of hundreds of automobiles" which disturb Arnstein. Defendants in this action, which was instituted in the United States District Court, Case No. 2763M. Civil Docket, are Herman E. Cohen. Morris Resnick and Temple Isaiah of Miami Beach, Florida. Temple Isaiah which was organized on June 8, 1948, as the only Reform Jewish Congregation on Miami Beach, began holding services June 11 on the premises at Isaiah is now estimated at approximately one hundred people, with the same number belonging to the Sisterhood. 4925 Collins Ave„ Miami Beach, against which the injunction is aimed. Temple Isaiah at its formal opening had Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and the Florida State Rabbinical Association, install Ravvi David Raab as spiritual leader of the Temple. Dan Arnstein. who resides in the residence directly south of the premise;? temporarily used as a Terr.ple, is plaintiff. Harold Shapiro, president of Temple Isaiah, when informed of the court action this week stated: "For a long time Miami Beach has felt the need of a reform Jewish Congregation and Temple Isaiah is filling that need. There is no other reform Temple to which worshippers can go except Temple Israel in Miami which is overcrowded. It is our desire to serve North Miami Beach area including Surfside. Bay Harbor, Bal Harbor and Normandy Isle. We are not violating any zoning ordinance because although this particular building is located at premises known as RAA District for one-family mansions, yet there is no provision anywhere in the city zoning laws for a synagogue, temple or church. We feel that because there is no provision made that we can continue meeting at our present location. Other temples and churches are located in areas which are similar to the PAA District. We are certainly rot creating a nuisance because we conduct our services in a quiet. signified and exemplary manner. Through the generosity of Sam Kay and Herman Cohen these premises were made available to us free of charge to November 1 and from that date until June 1 we are leasing the premises. "It is our intention to resist this injunction with all our might and we hope to enlist the support of the entire community, both Jewish and Gentile."' Rabbi Raab when asked for comment stated "We hold Friday evening services which are an examply of dignity, solemnity and religiosity. People who have been attending have been inspired by the services and the religious instruction from which they receive enlightenment. I, as the spiritual leader, feel that just as you cannoi limit God to any one locality so one should not zone against the worship of God." The membership of Temple Rabbi Kronish Picks New Israelite Staff Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of publications, Miami Beach Zionist District, announces that the new staff of the Israelite, published each month by the organization for its members, includes: business manager, Murray Goodman; cultural editor, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin; youth activities, Dr. E. J. Edelman; political actions, I. RGoodman; economic affairs. Abraham Goodman; editorial, Alfred Stone; rewrite and tintypes. Philip Salmon; national fund and luncheon club, Harold Shapiro: membership information, Alex Van Straaten. The Israelite publishes national, regional and local Zionist news as well as a calendar of Zionist activities in the community for the current month. Miami Y Organizes Girls' Athletic Club A girls' athletic club has been formed at the Miami YM-YWHA. Objectives of the club, which were outlined at the first meeting Monday night, will include formulation of policies to govern girl's evening gymnasium classes and in-service training for leadership. The girls have decided to conduct a round robin volleyball league. Teams and captains have been selected and games will begin this week. Officers of the club are: president, Felice Bobson; vice president, Elaine Palmer; secretary. Julie Chabner; treasurer, Sallye Weinberg. The girls will meet every other Thursday evening at the Y at 7 p.m. Beach Y Plans Basketball Game, Dance December 26 Plans for a basketball game and dance to be held Sunday night, December 26 at the Miami Beach YMHA were formulated this week at a meeting of the social and athletic committee of the Y. The chairman of the affair, Leo A. Chaikin, announced that the following people will assist in completing arrangements for the affair: athletic committee. Milton Weinkle. Sid Sobelson, Ed Sirkin, Fred Drucker and Irving Wilson: publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz and Murray Sparaga: ticket committee, Al Ossip an* Terry Shuman; refreshments, Jules Channing; host and hostess committee. Herbert Wallach and Jack Lampert. Hapoel Hamizrachi To Meet Sunday Night Hapoel Hamizrachi. the religious labor Zionist youth group, met last Sunday evening at 7:30 at the home of Marvin Zalis, 1668 S.W. 14th Terr. Temporary officers of the organization are: Moshe Grundwerg, president; Marvin Zalis, first vice president: Morty Rosenbaum, second vice president: Ruth Saal, secretary: Bobby Lauer, treasurer. Newsbriefs The Citizens Board of the University of Miami has announced the election of Dr. J. Holden Beckwith, Miami dentist, as first president of the organization. The new group will serve as a liason body between the university and the citizens of the area. Serving with Dr. Beckwith will be Henry O. Shaw. Max Orovitz, Ray M. Earnest and Mitchell Wolfson. Membership will be by invitation only. Hadassah Bridge Party The Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah will hold a dessert bridge at the Serf Hotel on Thursday at 1 p.m. Prizes will be ofered to the member who fills the greatest number of tables for the afternoon. Chairmen in charge are Mrs. George Sogg and Mrs Rose Adler of the Serf Hotel. Those planning to attend should notify these ladies. 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T^n av DECEMBER 10,1948 ^JewlstrhridHan PAGE FIFTEEN Rabbi Ever To Head Yeshiva Fund Drive Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southern regional director of Yeshiva University, New York, has been appointed to head the Miami area drive in the national campaign to raise $7,500,000 for university expansion. Yeshiva is the only accredited university under Jewish ,n>ices in the Americas. 3 The Miami goal will be $100,000. Annroval of the campaign was ,iven at a meeting of the execute committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation this week It will be conducted at the end of March after the Federation fund drive. Rabbi Ever stated that money collected in the drive will be used to provide additional graduate schools, to enlarge the College of Arts and Sciences, and to provide urgently needed dormitories, laboratories and classrooms. Plans are under way to organize a medical school to augment the present pre-med undergraduate course. At present there is no medical school under Jewish auspices, Rabbi Ever asserted. Present enrollment at Yeshiva University is close to 1500 and students come from 26 states and 19 foreign countries. A faculty of 112 is required to teach in the eight schools and divisions of the university, which include: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Rabbi Elchanan Theological Seminary. Teachers Institute, Bernard Revel Graduate School, Harry Fischel School for Higher Studies, Accredited Preparatory School, with branches in Brooklyn and Queens. Graduate Institute of Mathematics and School of Education and Community Administration. Complete plans for the drive will be announced in the near future. Information regarding this drive and the institution in gen eral may be obtained from Rabbi Ever at his Miami Beach office, 1416 Pennsylvania Ave. Henry Ford II Speaking at the twentieth anniversary dinner of the Institute of Human Relations, held in New York recently under the auspices of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, in cooperation with Columbia University. Henry Ford IL recipient of the Institute's Brotherhood award, cited four requirements for good human relationships—a desire to achieve goood relations, the discovery of great areas of agreement, religion and hope. West Miami Group Sponsors Carnival The West Miami Jewish Center is sponsoring a carnival at S.W. 65th Ave. and 8th St. The carnival will be open through tomorrow night with a matinee for children tomorrow afternoon. Members of the organization are serving as cashiers and operating the booths. Proceeds will go into the organization's building fund. Newsbriefs Carol Jane Wolpert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., will serve on the college board of Mademoiselle. Carol is a sophomore at the University of Alabama where she is an English major. Judith Wolpert. her sister, served on the hoard last year. Temple Sisterhood Directors To Meet The December meeting of the executive board of Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held Monday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Sisterhood lounge, Mrs. Isaac Levin, president, announced. The meeting occurs a week earlier than usual so that matters concerning December and January events may be discussed. Mrs. Henry Wolff will present plans for the Chanuka party for the Sunday school and Mrs. Harry V. Simons will announce hostesses for January. Mrs. Levin will appoint chairmen for the coming wedding anniversary and birthday celebrations. Biscayne Kennel Shows Attendance Increase Figures released by the Florida State Racing Commission covering the first few weeks of racing at the Biscayne Kennel Club reveal a rise in attendance of 545 per night over the same period in 1947. Although there has been a slight decrease in the amount of wagers placed Biscayne Kennel has felt the decline less than any other track now operating in Florida. In the first futurity of the season held Saturday Beachcomber, the heavy favorite, lost what would have been his 59th victory when Some Guy came in first. Newsbrief Dr. Albert E. Roscnthal, chairman of the publicity committee of the Florida State Dental Society, announces that more than 250 dentists are expected to attend the 65th annual convention which will open December 12 at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Omitted From List Omitted from the list of butcher shops and meat markets under the supervision of Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth published in The Jewish Floridian last week were Community Food Center, 451 41st St., and Deutch Hotel and Restaurant Meat and Poultry Supply, 951 Collins Court. Newsbriefs The Club Granada, 4897 S.W. 8th St, opened last Friday featuring a new type of entertainment program for this area. The nite.

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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 Producte" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek Hollywood News The Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah inaugurated their seasonal activities with a membership tea at the hom e of the president, Mrs. Louis J. Golden. Held on November 16, the affair was attended by more than 90 members and guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Sogg, recently returned from Israel, discussed the situation there and %  cnducted a question and answer period. Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, reviewed the work of Hadassah in Palestine. Following the showing of a film "A Letter from Israel," a social hour conThe program was arranged by Mrs. Uoldcii, assist.-d by ntesdames Joseph Matz, J. J. Briefer, H. Tollman, Joseph Baum, U Kravitz, H. Joslin, N. animus, M. Lehrman, Karl Brown, William Lewis, Samuel Collti, Max Hymanson, Phillip Lavine, M. Goldman and 8yd LIpsltS, New members who joined the ranks Of Hadassah for the ensuing year are Mesdames C. ti. Uoldberg, Rose C. Epstein and Cells Kretchman of Port Lauderdale and the Mesdames A. Berlow, Max Bohrer. Frances briefer, Harry link, I.. Firestone, Florence (ioldman, J. Handshu, L. Housman, Max Hymanson, Louis Kaplan, Hyd Lampert, Mildred Lehrman, 8yd LipsIts, Blanche Newman, Mollie Podow, Mae Ramo, Dan Reiter, Martin Rosenbloom, Dave Sokolow, Israel Spiers, Dan Tannen, 8, Baum, s. Kramer, ii. Friedman, ft. Gordon, A, Hartman, J. Schachter, J. Sleplan, Hose Mannheim, Miss Shirley Spiers and Miss Bernita -Newman all of Hollywood. Guests of the evening included the Mesdames Irene Harris, Thea Rappaport, Gertrude Robey, M. Barko, Hattie Wagner. Lucille Sokolow, Shirley Kosofsky, K. E. Wise, Richard lirief>r, Jennie Handler, Ed Lublin of Hollywood and Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs. 1. Stein and Mrs. Bertha S. Keller <.f Miami. Others Included Dan Tannen, !>>uis J. Golden, Samuel t'olitz and Harry Joslin. Miami V PiMwnts Third Of Forums Thud in a series of Miami YMYWHA sponsored forums will take place Tuesday evening, December 14, at the Y auditorium. The topic of the evening will be "U. S. Foreign Policy in Germany—Right or Wrong," and the speakers will be Jack Bell, Miami Herald columnist, William Zuckerman, and the Rev. R. G. Pavey of the Coral Gables Congregational Church. Professor William Munson of the Miami University will serve as moderator. "The Gershwin Review" will be presented at Coral Gables for the veterans of Pratt Hospital, Sunday, Dec. 12, through the cooperation of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Jewish War Veterans of Hollywood. Mrs. Sarah Holland, a member of the Community Center, will furnish refreshments to all patients. Transportation of the cast and of the costumes and equipment will be in charge of Mrs. Michael Lubalin and Mrs. Isidore Orgel. Junior Hadassah To Sponsor Record Sales The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah is sponsoring the sale of albums of Hebrew folk music entitled "Israel in Song." Proceeds from album sales will go toward the children's village of Meier Shfeyah, maintained by Junior Hadassah. The collection includes: "The Song of the Pioneers," "In Galilee," "Hymn to Labor," "Rejoice, O Land of Sharon," "Night in Gilboa," "Stamp Your Feet" and "In Spite of All." "Israel in Song" contains four ten-inch records and the price is $5.35, including handling. All orders should be sent to Mickey Einhorn, 2474 Swanson Ave., Coconut Grove, Fla. Institute Hopes To Open Cancer Clinic By First Of Year J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Dade County Cancer Institute, Inc., announced that the organization hopes to have the Dade County Cancer Clinic opened by the first of the year. A $100,000 research fund is on deposit awaiting the clinic's opening. First unit of what will eventually be a hundred-bed hospital is now under construction on the old Sewell estate, near Jackson Memorial Hospital. Lewis also announced that the name of his group has been changed to Dade County Cancer Institute, Inc., instead of Dade County Cancer Society, which was too easily confused with the American Cancer Society, a national organization devoted chiefly to cancer education, eluded the meeting. Mourn Death of Publisher DETROIT (WNS) — Philip Slomovitz, president of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, this week issued a message of condolence to Mrs. Herman Burwasser on the death last week of her husband, publisher and editor of the Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jewish Record. Beth Sholom Conducts Membership Drive Temple Beth Sholom is conducting an extensive membership drive. Jack Lawson is membership chairman. Lawson has appointed the following as captains in this campaign: Dr. Norman Russ, North Beach area; Sam Segal, Jr., Forty-first Street section; David Pollack, Surfside section. Also assisting in the drive are: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslem, Arthur De Gutz, Benjamin Zimmerman, Krank Kamen, Dr. Lester Saroff, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Strauss, Mrs. Melvin Richards, Mrs. Morton Moses, Dr. and Mrs. William Bernstein, Abe Solosko, Jules Channing, Frank Steinberg, Bess Nelson, Louis J. Krensky, Judge Kenneth Oka, Melvin Richards and Morton Moses. The first report will be given at brunch Sunday in the Temple patio. Men's Chapter. Cardiac Home. Elects Officers Men's Chapter Number One of the National Children's Cardiac Home of Miami held an election meeting Monday night, Nov. 29, an election took place. Following are the new officers: George H. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948 +Jelst)fhr*A*r> PAGE ELEVEN .. In Observance of Jewish Book Month.. Sponsored Locally by the Bureau ol Jewish Education and Greater Miami Y/s Jewish Literature In Yiddish By M. J. GLICK, M.D. In introducing this subject to the English reading public, I find it necessary to say a few words about the language of the literature, namely—Yidd-'sh. From my converations with many I discover that there are so many misconceptions and prejudices about Yiddish, that I consider it imperative to begin with A B C—elementary matter that everybody should know, but, unfortunattely, do not. Therefore, these cobwebs should be cleaned out first. To begin with let me state that Yiddish is not a German dialect, neither is it a corrupted German. This is antisemitic trite that was accepted without close examination, lock, stock and barrel by many Jews; this notion about Yiddish is a sign of an inferiority complex, of self-hate and has impoverished our cultural life. During my school days in Russia we were taught that there was no Ukraine language, that it was a dialect of the Russian language. This was Russia's policy in order to Russify the Ukraine. Only a few miles from our locality, across the Austrian border, the Ukrainians were taught both Ukranian and German in the Austrian schools; this was the Austrian attempt to sever the Austrain Ukranians from their Russian half-brothers. Today the Ukranian language has received full recognition in Russia, too. I can assure the reader that Russian and Ukranian have much more in common than Yiddish and German. For one thing Yiddish is written in Hebrew characters, not in German. Then the grammar and syntax are entirely different. It is true, that some words in Yiddish have a common derivation with some German words: but this Ls also true of some English words. Father and fater, mother and muter, street and gtrasse, earth and erde, moon and mundc, sun and sonne, etc., obviously have a common derivation, but that does not mean that English is a German dialect or that English is a corrupted GerlllllllUIIIIIIIUIIIIIillUIIUIIUIMIIIIIIIIUIIIIllllllUIUilll man. Then why should this be true of Yiddish? Is it because Jews speak the language? Jews began to speak Yiddish about 1000 years ago while they were living in the Rhine basin. Later, when they migrated further east to the Slav countries, they retained Yiddish as their language, modified it, cultivated it, adapted it to their way of thinking (gave it a Hebrew sentence-structure), added to its vocabulary many Hebrew and some Slav words, coined entirely new words of their own and made it the instrument of everyday-life and Jewish expression. At first they called it Ivri-Teitsch, (Hebrew-German), but later honored it with the name Yiddish, which means—Jewish. Today Yiddish together with English, German, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and several others forms the class of Germanic languages. During the medieval period all learning in the Christian world was in Latin. The spoken languages of the masses were despised and neglected by the scholars. Only with the advent of the Renaissance did the literatures of the different nationalities, such as English, French, Italian, Spankh, German, etc., come into existence. The change from Latin to the language of the land as the language of the schools and learning made education and learning more democratic and more accessi to the masses. In the Jewish world the same process was taking place with the onry difference that here Hebrew is the language of learning. 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Jews worked and traded, sang and danced, amused themselves and entertained, laughed and weeped, banded together and quarrelled, played and had fun,—all this in Yiddish. It was only logical that under such circumstances a literature in Yiddish should spring forth. At first bards sang and recited their own creations and the creations of others to audiences. Then :liese creations were circulated in manuscript. Some of these manuscripts are preserved in various lioraries. One of the oldest manuscripts in Yiddish known to me is riated 1517 and is preserved at the Munich library. The oldest printed book in Yiddish known to me is a copy of the "Bevo-Buch" dated 1541 and located at the Zurich library in Switzerland. The topics on the early Yiddish literature fall into two categories: 1. Religious topics and liturgical books; legends based on the Bible, translations from the Old Testament, Sidurim (prayer books), Tchinas (special prayers fro women in Yiddish) and religious lyrics. 2. Topics of lighter veinsatires on prominent people, jokes, comedies, etc. During the 16th century two bards were especially popular: Aaron of Frankfurt, and Shloime Zinger of Prague. An early writer in Yiddish of great importance was Eliyohu Bochur (1468-1549). He was born near Nuremburg, but lived most of his life in Italy. He was also a Hebrew writer of note and a Hebrew grammarian. While in Italy he lived for 13 years (15141527) at the palace of his friend Cardinal E. Viterbo whom he taught Hebrew. Some of his Yiddish creations that were preserved wholly or in part include "Sreife Lied," "Hamadil" (1513), the above mentioned "Bovo-Buch," and "Paris and Vienna." The early publications in Yiddish were meant for women and plain folks who did not know Hebrew sufficiently. The scholars and those who pretended to be scholars, treated with disdain and snobbed these "lowly books for women." But in the moments when these scholars were in a lighter mood they "stole a glance" at these lowly books and "bent an ear" to a recitation in a lighter vein. Space does not permit me to trace though the development of Yiddish literature in detail. Suffice it to say that the Yiddish literature through the years became more popular and gained both in quantity and quality. During the latter half of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century it grew by leaps and bounds and rose to considerable heights, in spite of the many obstacles that it had to overcome from oppressive governments (the Czarist regime) and the resistance of the highbrows. Books of high literary value, numerous daily newspapers, periodicals, weekly and monthly magazines began to appear in many countries all over the world. Before World War II the most important centers of Yiddish literature were: Poland, United States and Canada, Russia, Argentina and Brazil. Due to the catastophe that befell our people in Europe in the last decade during which the great majority of the creators of the Yiddish word and the bulk of the consuming public were annihilated, the United States became the undisputed most important center of Yiddish literature, but by no means the only one. Yiddish books, newspapers and periodicals reach us from such places as: Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Central and South America, Russia and its satelites, South Africa. Shanghai, Australia and, last but not least, Israel. In the United States today hundreds of books are published annually, some of them real gems of literature, creations that even rich literatures, such as English, could be proud of. Numerous periodicals, weeklies and monthlies of high standard are being published. In New York alone four daily newspapers with a total circulation of over 300,000 are being published. Trfese newspapers are in no way inferior, and some consider them even superior, to newspapers of equal size in other languages. The Yiddish press is second only in importance, both in quantity and quality, to the English press in the U.S.A., and is first among the newspapers of foreign language groups. Although the great majority of the readers of the Yiddish press read the English press too, (Continued on Page 14) Spanish Lessons Grammar or conversation at your convenience, private or groups, taught by Cuban Native Lawyer TeL 82-6901 Nilo C. Regojo 73 N.W. 27th St. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Tot •' Ltancv DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 85c 75c ." 'Plus Bottle Oepojitl PHONE 2-4128 Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1. 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PAGE TWELVE +Je*Ktrk**fton FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948 Center Fund Drive Being Conducted The Miami Beach Jewish Center Building Fund Drive for $200,000 got under way Monday with 50 volunteer workers covering the city for contributions. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, addressed the workers at final planning eph M. Lipton, chairman of general solicitations. Report meetings will be held once a week, with a final report luncheon meeting scheduled for December 26. A housewarming at the new Center building will be held during the month of DecemMrs. Selicj On WWPB Mrs. Monte Selig. secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will speak over WWPB Saturday at 8 p.m. on the Jewish Radio Forum. Mrs. Selig who is chairman of the Refugee Resettlement Committee will speak on the problems of the displaced persons which the committee seeks to alleviate. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eiveage in business under the fictitious name of Commercial Paint Products at l.tw N W. 62nd Street, Miami. Honda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL A KATZ I" IRM KATZ Co -Owners MARX FABER Attornev for Applicants 412 Congress Building 12 10-17-24-31 —Ardm.re Studio Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Building Fund Leaders Seated, left to right. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Friedland, co-chairman; Jack Ablin. chairman, initial gifts division; George J. Talianoff, co-chairman; Alfred Stone, chairmn, hotel division. meeting. Other speakers were Samuel Friedland ar.d George Talianoff. co-chairmen of the three week campaign: Joseph M. Rose, president of the congregation; Jack Ablin, chairman of the initial gifts division: Alfred Stone, hotel division chairman: and Josber under the auspices of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Raymond Rubin, chairman of the women's division, is in charge of the affair. She will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur Klein, president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Sam Wieson, Mrs. Anna Wolf, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Tides Hotel Holds Formal Opening The dining room of the Tides Hotel, on the ocean between 12th and 13th Sts., Miami Beach, opened for the 1948-49 season last Sunday. Guests present or. the occasion included: Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. Rabbi Jacob Andron. Dr. and Mrs. David Andron and son, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi ar.d Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kantzler. Allan L. Karson, Mrs. Ruby Ain. Mrs. Mae Friedman and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Delesantro. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Kesselman. Mrs. Herman Steen, Mr. and Mrs. Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Butaw. Mrs. Minnie Mervis, Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Aaronson, Rabbi J. Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Pincus, Mrs. Sarah Frankel, Miss Elsie Haiken, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Miller and daughter Rosalie, Mrs. Sarah Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. H. Wiengarten and family, Mrs. Anna B. Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Schrag. Hosts to the gathering were S. M. Grundwerg and Morris Newmark, owners and operators of the hotel. Fishing Party Dec. 19 Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith will sponsor a fishing party for its members and friends on Sunday. December 12, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the board the Admiral, President Leonard Spiegel announced. The boat sails from Gulf docks on Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, I>AI>E COUNTY. FLORIDA—No. 17430. RE: ESTATE OF JOHN WATSON BREMNER, i •• eased, NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of JOHN WATSON BRL'MNER, deceased, and that on th1" day of January, 1(41, I will apply to th>Honorable w. F Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for %  ^al of said final report and for final discharge as Administrate • State of JOHN WATSON liREMNER, deceased. This 9th day of December, 1948. HARRY MOLIXEUX. MAX R SILVER Attorney for Administrator 12 10-17-24-31 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN iND FOR DADE COUNTS. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. tins. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS MOGUL, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or ither of vou, may have against the .st He of Louis Mogul, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office n the County Courthouse in Dade • %  •unty. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the le>gal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date December AD. 194. ESTHER MiKll'U As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Louis Mogul, Deceased. HERBERT E. KAUFMAN Attorney for Executrix 12 10-17-24-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LARRY MARKS & CO. tnot Inc.) at i7 X. W. 2nd Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flotilla. LARRY MARKS HURRAY MARKS \Mos BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 505 Olympla Building i: M-17-24-31 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name of "omplete Bookkeeping and Tax Service at B10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE L. YALMAX Sole owner 12 10-17-24-J1 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XoTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Click Products Co. at 333 N.W. 22nd Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. LOUI8 ZAKARIN S-ile Owner 11 :'•' 12 8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in^ u £i n "' r 1 r th fictitious name of JOELS SHOES at 34 North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the c,rcuit Court of Dade Countv Floilda. MEYER A. WOLPE I.-.CN. v '-KONARD WOLPE WASMAN SILVER & BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 11 19-26 123-10-17 Workmen's Circle To Honor Committee Branch 692 and the Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle will honor the Southern District committee, which is currently holding its annual session on Miami Beach, at a dinner tomorrow evening at 6:30 at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. All members and friends of Workmen's Circle are invited. Admission is $1.75. For reservations call 5-1317. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COFRT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IX AXD FOR DADE < OUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. SELMA KINO, Plaintiff, v LEON KINO. Defendant. To: LEON KINO c.o Decheim Farm Colony Farm No. 3. R.D. 1 Northampton, Pennsylvania and DAVID KAROL 1713 Cedar Street Allentown. Pennsylvania 'As guardian of the estate of LEON KINO i YOU ARE HEREBT required to file an appearance in the above suit for divorce on the 31st day of December. 1948. otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN once each week for four consecutive weeks. Dated this 1 day of December, 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold Building 12/10-17-24-31 ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .K NOT I C 5, 1 8 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Raphaels Restaurant at 74 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach with ,hJ?-V ,n u S J re i,,er said name **VKZV&^ C ircnit Court of 12 3-ir,,7-:f.3', RA RAPHAEL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS thSZSSL I s F*pm f Qmat that the undersigned, desiring to engage in A< t. BAG & METAL CO. not incorporated at 1212 N. W. First Avenue Miami. Florida, intends to roister sad name with the Clerk "of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida WASMAN. tevktftK&oWlTZ v NOT,CC tfflE"LA F tf T,T,0U The Tane Un v' r th "S" "•• l n Ta P Measure at 1420 Nw Sr* ll/JI 12. 3-10-17-:4 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 120908. MARY KAPLAN KHAN. Plaintiff, vs. PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER KHAN. Defendant. THE STATE OF FIRIDA: TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER KHAN, Lakewood Township. Ocean County. New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above stvled cause on or before the 6 day of January. 1949; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 6 day of December, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. A J. KAPLAN Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida IS in-17-24-31 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 1147 W. Flagler St., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. L. FRIEDLER Sole Owner. BURNETT ROTH Attorney 412 Congress Bldg. U/19-2t 12/3-10 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. at 3822 S.W. 8th St., Coral Gables, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. CHARLES g, AMOUR Sole OwAer. BURNETT ROTH Attorney 412 Congress Bldg. 11/19-26 12/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 120466. FREDERICK C THOMSON. Plaintiff, vs. JOY THOMSON, Defendant. THE STATE OF FIX>RIDA: TO: MRS. JOY THOMSON Batchelors Barn Vigo Road Andover, Hants, England You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 13 day of December, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complainant will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 12 day of November, 1948. F. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sel) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 11/19-26 12/3-10 NOTICE" TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 120421, Division F. CHARLES OTTO MOLDENHAUER and MARY MOLDENHAUER. his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BORDEN; and, if married, her spouse whose name is unknown, and If either of the said Defendants be dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and all parties claiming an Interest by, through, under or against the said Defendants; and all parties known or unknown having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in or to the following described property situate, King and being in Dade Countv, Florida. to-Wit; Ixit 2 in Block 2-B of STREAMLAND GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 17, Page 27. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, Defendants. TO THE DEPENDANTS: FANNIE BORDEN; and. if married, her spouse whose name is unknown, and if either of said defendants be dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and all parties claiming an Interest bv. through, under or against the said defendants; and all parties known or unknown having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In or to the following described property situate, lying and being in Dade Countv. Florida, to wit: Ix>t 2 In Block 2-B of STREAMLAND GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 17, Page 27. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida >ou and each of you are herebv required to file an appearance In the a hove styled cause before the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the ( o unty Court House, Miami, Dade County, Florida, on or before January 10th. 1949. to a bill of Complaint brought against you by Charles Otto MoMeMhauer and Mary Moldenhauer. nis wife for the purpose of qu4etlng and confirming the title to the above MSC'^W r, r PI t >' ln and to the PlainV." r. h rle tt0 Moldenhauer and Mary Moldenhauer. his wife, otherwise the allegations of the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. 19 :UCd th 8 M d y f J^e !" **'". E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cleric of Circuit Court, .-,, „ P aa County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., ALFRED KREISLER D PU,y Clerk ''' %  •'"^V for Plaintiffs, 1001 Pan American Bank Bldg. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OP PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'Tm !£& iHS! CUL CIRCUIT ?X INS FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIIVi IN CHANCERX NO. 20828 A ~ MAX NECKOWITZ. Plaintiff • VIOLA NECKOWITZ. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA; nd nt TO: VIOLA NECKOWITZ l5. C ?. r v e of MRS RUTH GL'IDA 62* Cherry Street Vineland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint 7,1 Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 3d,, of January. 1949: otherwise the a | legations of the said Bill will be taken as confessed against you mS ATKD th S 2 da> of Member. E A. B LEATHERMAN (Circuit Court Cl s4ai) f C eU C ur By M. C. PBIGE JOSEPH W. MALEK DePUt> Clerk Solicitor for Plaintiff 173 Congress Building Miami 32. Horida 12/3-10-17-24 %  vJ}H? ER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX \"u FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,T,V^ HANCERY N 120829 m =v, N ^,. O CHITI1 ^ Plaintiff va SYLVIA OCHITILL, Defend im THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO; SYLVIA OCHITILL 2Elliott Place Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and ordered DtaSSTni!S th Bl of c nPlalm for Divorce filed against you In the above Styled cause on or before the ?T %  f January, 1949; otherwise the .' %  K „ a r ,ions f 8al* "ame of S y r l T r at Miami Beach, with .1 ln 1 en,ls 'o register said name ni dVcf,„ r n l r;. k p f ,, r x c ir< uit c<,,,rt of l*/l-10.17-ni fU,BL LANOER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „„ Im NAME LAW th. OT CI: ,s HEREBY GIVEX that l,V.tin n lsiR i ,ed de8 rin g to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1 ropicraft at 2489 S. W, Sth Street. -Miami, Florida, intends to register sad name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. IRVING SCHWARTZ Sole Owner 12/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v !" ,~ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in SrKSS" *£$£* "•" fictitious name of f.nTr" STREF: r MEAT MARKET at 149 .V^ \\. ;th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida _..__ SII 1 WESTRICH ELRY STONE Attorney for Sid Westrlch 12/8-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS T~_.,, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ?, u ^l n 5 ss ur "ler the fictitious name of HORN S FURNITURE EXCHANGE at 5041-5043 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD HORN r *.~ „ SIDNEY KALM LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicants 1204-05 Pacific Building. Miami. Fla. 12/8-10-17-24-31



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1948 Beach Hadassah To Honor Members Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting in the form of a membership party honoring all new members on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Dave Singer's restaurant, 88 23rd St., Miami Beach, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, membership chairman, announced. A cake and candle lighting service will be held to commemorate the birthday of Henrietta Szold, founder of the organization, and to celebrate Chanuka, the festival of lights. Reports on Hadassah's 34th annual convention, held in Atlantic City recently will be given by the following delegates: Mesdames Milton Sirkin, Abe Goodman, Alexander Kogan, Alfred Mamlet, Freda Newman and Irwin Makovsky. Mrs. Ben Z. Giasburg, program chairman, will present a farcical skit, "The First Hundred Members Are the Hardest." Participating will be Mesdames Carl Weinkle, Leon Kaye, Alfred Stone, J. L. Shawmut, Ida Goldberg, Ben Z. Ginsburg, Leo Chaikin, M. Mannheimer, Harry Platoff, N. Brown, R. Sepna and Carl Susskind. Hostesses for the afternoon will be the Mesdames Joseph A. Ber man, Ned Sail, Samuel Feldman, Ed Friedman, Jerome Goodman, Samuel Kelemer, Barney Weinkle, Leon Kaye, Adolph Ginsburg, Buelah Davis, Joseph Lipton, Jack Miller, Dave Blank, Philip Neuwirth. Plaza Theatre To Play Moishe Oysher Film Yiddish movie enthusiasts are locking forward to the coming attraction at the Plaza theatre starring Moishe Oysher in "The Cantor's Son." Mr. Oysher will be supported by an outstanding cast including Michael Rosenberg, Isidore Cashier, Florence Weiss, and Judah Bleich. The story concerns the adventures of a Polish lad who leaves his home to travel with a troupe of actors who eventually come to America. Although the major interest lies in the fine music written by Alex Olshanetsky a love story and excellent comedy relief contribute much to the picture. The film is far advanced technically over preceding Yiddish motion pictures, and English subtitles are provided for those not understanding the Jewish language. "The Cantor's Son" will be shown at the Plaza Theatre starting December 16. Abraham Orovitz. 75, Dies In Beach Hospital Abraham Orovitz, father of Max Orovitz. president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, died in a Miami Beach ing P a t t al th^ 0nday T10, ning mor "" SfmLF f 75 f ol,owmg a Mr. Orovitz, who came hero S? e !!T' Georgia 2 0 iS2 ago, resided at 1350 Collins Ave He was a retired merchant. He was a Mason, a member of the M 1 n a a m, R ? e f K ch Jewish Center and onai B nth. Other survivors in addition to Max, who is president of Alfred Destin Co. and co-owner of the Public Gas Co.. are the widow Jennie; a son, Maurice M.. and two daughters, Mrs. David Bass Miami Beach, and Mrs. Meyer" Bloomberg. Dothan, Alabama, and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Gordon Funeral Home Tuesday with interment at Woodlawn Memorial Park. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Obituaries HARRY ALEXANDER GREENE Age 72, of 1306 N. Miami Ave passed away suddenly on November 27. He is survived by his wife. Tillie Md son Irwin. of Miami, also two sisters and a brother of Brooklyn Mr Greene came to Miami from New York in 1934 In 1935 he opened a restaurant. Haloney Harrvs at 426 ft. -., d V& wnich he Prated until the time of his death. Cordon Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Interment was in Mt Nebo Cemetery with Rabhi Max .Shapiro officiating. IRVING BECKER Ago 52. retired candy broker, of 3920 Carden Ave.. Miami Beach, died after a lingering illness. He is survived by his widow. Beverly; and one daughter, Mrs. Audrey Merker. Remains were sent to Chicago for services an.I interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. *&wlsl>fhrldht 1 Beach School To Show Sex Education Film The South Beach Elementary School PTA will present the sex education film "Human Growth" at its meeting Tuesday at 3:15 P-m. Miss Nina McAdams, director of guidance for Dade County, is scheduled to talk on this subject. Reports will be made on the forthcoming dance and pet show, as well as the results on the purchase of black curtains for all classrooms to aid in visual education. Chairmen for the various undertakings are: the Mesdames G. Zoller, Harry Waldman, C. Cobb, Abraham Shapiro, Harry Perkel, Max Heilbrun and Milton Hornstein. Refreshments will precede the meeting. A year book -will be Presented to every member. LOUIS DIENSTAG Age 72, of 2160 S.W. 16th St., passed away November 27. Survivors are one son. Bernard, and two daughters, Mrs. Pearl Marks and Mrs. Ourtrude Marx. Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel with Interment at Mt Nebo Cemetery. MORRIS KAT2 Age 68, of 1963 N.W. 3rd St.. died. Mr. Kntz was a member of Congregation Beth Kl. He Is survived by his wife. Oussie, three sons. Richard. Nathan and Harry, two daughters, Mis. Rose Silver and Mrs. Mildred Taube. Services were held In the Riverside fhnpet. Interment was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery'. Service Held For gt. Marvin Roth In Daytona Beach yesterday at hiw, ? burial services wer wi Smi? Sgt Marvin Roth w ho was k llled m Germany in 1945 agt. Hoth was survived by his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth, and two sisters. Mrs. Elaine Samuels and Judy Roth, all of Daytona Beach. Miamians attending the ceremonies were Nat, Burnett Dan and Al Roth, and their families; also Mrs. Anna Berger and Mrs. Sylvia Krugman, aunts of the war hero. Mrs. Ray Frisco of Carrabellc, Florida, another aunt, was among those present. Adding to the tragedy of Marvin s death was the fact that he was killed in the last few days of the active fighting and the telegram announcing his passing was received by his parents after the armistice had been signed. U. Of M. Concert Master To Give Violin Recital Dr. Frederick Neumann, concert master of the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, will be presented by the School of Music in a violin recital Thursday evening at 8:30 in the Beaumont Memorial Lecture hall, main campus. Before joining the university faculty this fall, Dr. Neumann war on the staff of the Manhattan School of Music in New York, was chairman of the violin department of the Cornish School of Music and Arts before the war. A student of Sevoik, Marteau, Flesch and Busch, he has played concerts with the New York City Center and on the west coast. Selections to be played by Dr. Neumann Thursday night will be the Copland Sonata as well as music by Corelli, Bach, Mozart, Kreisler, Dvorak and Saint-Saens. Harry Gregor will accompany Dr. Neumann on the piano. PAGE THIRTEEN Cantor Vigoda Will Sing At Beth Tfilah Cantor Samuel Vigoda, world renowned religious singer, will appear in a Chanuka concert at Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Sunday, December 26, at 8 p.m. The cantor will also officiate at Beth Tfilah Friday night and Saturday morning services, December 24 and 25. Tickets for the services are two dollars and for the concert two dollars. Election of officers for th e congregation will take place next week. Norman Kaplan, president, selected a nominating committee, which will present the new slate at the next meeting. Chevrah Mishnayos of the congregation announces that 40 new members attended the first meetingof the season. Israel Diamond presided. A malavah malkeh took place after the ceremony. Mr. Herzig served as toastmaster. Rabbi Rackovsky, Rabbi J. Andron, Mr. Zeidman and Mr. Shulman spoke. so:. SUSSMAN 1.-.75 Washington Ave., died November 27. He Is survived by his sister. Mrs. Pauline Barnett, London, Enplane}, one nephew, Morris, London, t\e'i i • i ;



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ZmKY. DECEMBER M, 1948 +Jmist fHridfan PAGE THREE /'// Soy... By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Jew in the Fiction of England Rpccntlv, the top notch English Jxiuccr" filmed Oliver Twist, a Jtorv written about 90 years ago ^Charles Dickens. Why did ArSLr Bank brush aside some of £ greatest classics of England „ order to wipe the dust off this omt-what antiquated novel? Was Jmerely incidental that this book contains a Jewish character who L one of the most repulsive in literature? One cannot shake off the suspicion that filming the vile jew Fagin is somehow related to the smart the British feel over their spectacular failure in Palestine Or does it indicate the rising tide of English Fascism, with its usual lap dog: anti-Semitism? So far, this picture has been barred by American censorship. Charles Dickens AH of which poses the question why a social reformer like Charles Dickens should have stooped to such low grade Jew-baiting. Dickens could hardly be charged with anti-Semitism. Filled with sympathy for the underdog, he was a powerful force in the reform of the pestiferous English prisons. He hardly intended to malign or pillory the Jewish people; for when his attention was directed to the damage the Jew Fagin had caused, he expressed genuine regret. Ho tried to make amends by writing Our Mutual Friend in which he presents another Jew. Mr. Riah is sweet, self-effacing, venerable, honest and altogether too perfect to be human. This time Dickens went too far afield in the camp of the angels. Riah is as much exaggeration of the Jew in goodness as Fagin is in villainy. It is significant, however, that Mr. Rank did not see fit to produce Our Mutual Friend. It might have brought some solace to a martyred people, a third of whose numbers had just been annihilated. Such ambidextrous treatment of the Jew is characteristic of the English novel. In spite of the paucity of Jews in England during the 18th century, the great authors of the time, Fielding, Richardson, Smollett,' Defore. Swift and Edgeworth, pounced upon them as bizarre amphibian creatures fit only to revile, to scorn and to pillory. With few exceptions, the Jew in early English fiction is uniformly depicted as vicious, cunning, greedy, treacherous, and altogether despicable. They followed the pace set by the greatest of English poets—Shakespeare himself. Shakespeare Much ink has been spilled on speculations as to "the Jew which Shakespeare drew." The bard of Avon could hardly have seen any Jews; they were not permitted to live in England in his day. Jews never bore such namei as Shylock, Tubal or Jessica. They never swore "by our Holy Sabbath." How could any Jew in the 16th century have had the temerity to cut a pound of flesh out of a dominant Christian? Without civil nghts in Christendom, they were hounded from pillar to post. There were stakes on all sides ready to bum them for the salvation of their souls. In Venice itself, the r 'ght to live in the Ghetto was conditioned by a contract (condotta) to be renewed every four years. What would the other Jews in Venice have done to a co-religionist, whose insistence on his pound of flesh could have caused their immediate expulsion, besides bringing in the hooligans to murder and pillage. Yet in spite of the absurdity of the tale, and tho instinctive lack of bloodthirstiness in the Jewish makeup, Shylock remained the archtype. Scores of authors molded their Jewish character from the Shakespearian model. The Liberal Reaction The first great writer to reverse the trend was Sir Walter Scott. In Ivanhoe, he created Rebecca, who ranks as one of the noblest characters in English literature. As a kind of atonement for many wrongs done, some authors now also attempted to create virtuous Jews of perfect character. But they went to an opposite extreme. All did not have the sympathetic insight of George Elliott. Yet even she erred on the side of the angels. Daniel Deronda and Mordecai Lapidoth are too lofty, too faultless, to be convincing as human beings. It might be a comfort to some Jews that other minorities have been treated in similar fashion In Anglo-American fiction, the earlier types of Indians, Mexicans, Negroes, Chinese. Japs. Creoles, Spaniards, or other foreign groups were drawn as criminal, licentious, cruel, sinister, or blood thirsty. Then the pattern changes. The unfamiliar alien becomes comical, an object of ridicule, seldom deserving pity or sympathy. Later, as if to make up for the unfairness of such racial, religious, or national harpooning the reviled outsider is turned into a model of saintly conduct. It is impossible to calculate the harm these fanciful fictionists have done. Thousands of readers would get all their knowledge of Jews from some badly written novel by an author who had scarcely ever seen a Jew. With few exceptions, the fictional stereotype of the Jew remained sinister, corrupt, disgusting until late in the 19th century. It was only when talented Jewish writIsraeli Flag Described According to a recent declaration by the provisional State Council of Israel, the official national flag, originally the banner of the Zionist movement, is approximately five by seven. It has a white field with two deep blue stripes which run the length of the flag approximately one foot from the top and bottom. In the center is a Shield of David composed of six blue stripes which from two superinmposed equilaterial triangles, the bases of which are parallel to the stripes. Ambijan To Hold Concert Dee. 12 Maxin Brodyn, internationally celebrated singer, and Zelda Zlatin, distinguished monologist and pianist, will appear in concert at the Miami Beach High school auditorium, 8 p.m., Sunday, December 12, under the auspices of the Greater Miami Ambijan committee. Also on the program will be selections by the Jewish Folk Chorus of Greater Miami, conducted by Ben Yomen. Admission will be $120. Tropical Women To Fete Cardiac Home Children Musical acts, cookies and ice cream will highlight a party sponsored by the Tropical Lodge Women's Chapter for the children at the National Children's Cardiac Home Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Vocal selections will be offered by Mrs. Milton Katz and Mrs. Mort Goldenberg accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Silver on the piano. Mrs. Joseph Feldman will present %  comedy skit and Herbert Silver ard Milton Katz of the Tropical Lodge will entertain with impersonations of movie stars. Refreshments will be provided by Mrs. Sam Kessler. Mrs. Sol Barnett is chairman of the event. 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 Magnavox Authorized So/ej and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-6651 Barry Gray To Speak To Beth Sholom Men Barry Gray, radio personality, will be the guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club to be held December 13 at 8 p.m. in the Temple patio. An exhibit of colored photographic prints from the collection of E. Allen Becker, camera artist, will be displayed at the meeting. Abe Solosko is president of the Men's Club and the program has been prepared by Jules Chan ning, program committee chairman. \ n m G A Professional Women To Meet Thursday A meeting of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Business and Professional Women, is scheduled for Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. The chapter will conduct Friday evening services, December Look ahead from with FASHIONS I 17 at Beth David Synagogue uners"appeared on the field that the der the direction^of^ Rabbi Max Jew began to take on human form, Shapiro so to speak. After the fine delineations *by Samuel Gordon, Benjamin Far jean and Israel Zangwell, Gentile writers began to pay closer attention to their Jewish characters. The Jew in the English novel ceased to be a stereotype, either villainous, angelic, or contemptible. Correction Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin, who recently announced the birth of a son. Elliott Neal, reside at 1941 S.W. 18th St. Mrs. Botwin is the former Rosalind Friedman. STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 %  &&*wit "• White Help for Homes. Hotels, Restaurants, Offices. Medical and Dental Assts. Ethel Pont, president, will speak. Miss Pont will be assisted by the two vice presidents, Tillie Livingston and Dorothy Nader. 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PAGE SIX +Jewistncridliar) Letters To The Editor One Of Tlie Best November 30, 1948 Dear Sir: Harry Simonhoff s article on the Jewish Library of Greater Miami was one of his best. I should like to point out, for the benefit of your readers, that without Harry Simonhoff's untiring efforts and interest the Jewish Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education would not have been possible. Being a passionate book lover himself. Harry Simonhoff interested a few people in the library, bought books when he was travelling north or south, and has helped make the library a fine adjunct to our cultural life in the community. I hope his dream of gathering thousands and thousands of Hebraica-Judaica to service our community and visitors, will become a reality. A. P. Ganr.es. To aid Israel will bring you Good-will, fame and honor, al' over the globe for time immemorial for the emancipation and redemption of Israeli. History will record your name and deed as the Great Emancipator Abraham Lincoln. Thanking you in anticipation for giving this letter your kind and speedy attention with all good wishes for your political success, I am Jacob S. Silberman, N.D. Writes to Truman Following is a letter written to President Harry S. Truman by Jacob S Silberman, New York City, a cousin ol Mrs. Jennie Badanes. 126 8. W. 9th Aw., long; time Miami resident: Hon. Harry S. Truman White House. Washington, D. C. My dear Mr. President: May I take the privilege of addressing this most important message to you. I have been a staunch and loyal Democrat, and I have been voting the Democratic ticket since the year 1910. Millions of Americans, both Christians and Jews, have voiced their sentiments with intense jubilation, concerning that "Good Friday," May 14 last, the day when Providence has directed your very good mind, to call the General Assembly of the United Nations to partition Palestine. That deed marked the culmination and realization of a long and a waited dream. I beseach you Mr. President, since you are the only gentleman vested with the authority, to grant Israeli de jure recognition and likewise lift the embargo on arms so that Israeli might attain the dignity of a bona fide nation, likewise please cause the Import Export Bank, the promised loan to Dr. Weitzman to become a reality. Hitler and his henchmen who looted, haunted and slaughtered six million defenseless Jews with sadistic delight and fiendish cruelty, has impressed upon the 20th century Jew the ironclad fact that national sovereignty is the only right aim to live and die by with d'gnity. This realization has been indelibly imprinted into the soul of every living Jew. The State of Israel is thus the shield of world Ji wry. It is the only haven, the only house that will shelter the Jew in the future from further horrors. Mr. President, kindly realize that you are the only man in the United States who was predestined to be the Messiah and emancipator of the Jewish people all over the diaspora. This mission has been entrusted to you alone, because of the uprightness which is so consistently and visibly inscribed in your name, viz: Truman. God's Providence was clearly exhibited and has rendered you to be the Savior of all the cnildren of Israel, who have been •subjected to trials and tribulations for 2000 years. Historians who are well versed in the great contribution Jews have given to civilization and to Christianity were barely sympathetic to our great suffering. Our Standard Banner was and will be to live by our rule of Peace, Good-will and Justice. Beigin A Hero The oharce that top leaders of American Zionist organirations had refused to expose the activities of Menachem Beiftin. head of the Palestine "freedom Party,'' was made today bv senators of a public letter Including Professor Albert Einstein, Professor Sidney Hook. Professor Zelllg 8. Harris, Dr. Hannah Arendt, ami Louis P. Rocker, statins that "the public avowals of Beigin'! party are no guide whatever to its actual character," the statement declared that "the discrepancies between the bold Claims now being made by Beigin and his party, and their record of past performance in Palestine hear the unmlstakeable stamp of a fascist party.' 1 While avowing freedom and democrac) as their aims, gangster methods" were used to Intimidate the Pales! population and extort tribute I thMii. the statement declared p.eigin and his followers of the Irgun Zvai Leuml have had no part In constructive achievements in Palestine."— Editor. Nov. 29. 1948 Editor Jewish Floridian, A few months ago, Harry Simonhoff has written a column on the Irgun, villifying the leadership of Menahim Beigin the commander of the Irgun, and its so-called terroristic activities. It so happens, that Menahim Beigin, has arrived in New York on Nov. 24. Over 2000 people met the plane at the La Guardia airport. And among those, who were at the airport to meet him, was the gray haired Rabbi Roznikoff, 80 years old at the head of a delegation of 50 Rabbis, with a Sofer Torah in his arms. The reception accorded Menshim Beigin, was the equivalent to a national hero. The Daily Yiddish Press has been giving full publicity of his arrival, his biography, and his mission in this country, but I have yet to find any sort of notice of his arrival in the local press. Permit me therefore to give a short biography of Menahim Beigin on this historical occasion of his visit to this country. Who is Menahim Beigin? What did he accomplish for the Jewish people and especially for Medinas Israel? Volumes of books could be written on this subject. When peace will again settle over Israel, and passions will subside, history will record in an unbiased manner the heroism and accomplishments of all our heroes, the name of Menahim Beigin will remain a shining legend. He was born in Brest Litovsk. Poland in 1913. As a young man he became an active, militant Zionist and joined the militant youth movement the BETAR, which drew its inspiration from the Zionist leader Vladimir Zhabotinsky. When war broke out he found himself in the Polish army and in a short time, he was exiled to Siberia accused as an agent of British imperialism. He was later released on condition that he join the Polish brigade in North Africa. Coming to the Middle East, Beigin utilized his opportunity of fulfilling his vow to the BETAR movement, not to rest till Israel became an independent Jewish commonwealth. With a group of other Jewish youths, he created the Irgun Zvai Leumi, the national army to liberate Eretz Israel. The Irgun, an underground fighting organization considered Great Britain its No. 1 enemy, and immediately began operations against the increasing occupational army of British soldiers. In 1943, Menahin Beigin took over the command of the Irgun army. England offered 10,000 pounds reward for his captured, dead or alive. The whole British army in Palestine made house to house searches to capture him. Failing to do so, in an act of revenge the British officers started whipping the captured Irgun soldiers. The Irgun retaliated by whipping a few British officers. It is to be noted that the British never used the whipping tactics against any Jew, after that incident. Despite the huge reward offered for the capture of Beigin, he never left the land of Israel. He never carried any weapons. He used the Savoy Hotel in Tel Aviv as his headquarters, and at one time, the British nearly caught up with him in Petach Tikvah in an abandoned house. He concealed himself in a narrow space between ceiling rafters and roof and laid there for over 48 hours with not a drop of water to drink. He came out of it a complete wreck, the heat was unbearable at daytime. When the chase got too hot, he grew a beard and side locks, and disguised as a Chassidic Rabbi, taught Torah with a group of elderly Jews. From time to time his contact men came to him to take orders and give reports. The press and radio daily featured the legendary feats of Menahim Beigin, but no one knew his whereabouts or how he looks, even his own young son, who was a hero worshipper of Menahim Beigin, never knew that his own father the man, the world marveled at. Beigin's stragedy was to make it "hot" for the British occupation forces. 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From then on, Menahim Beigin began organizing the new political party called "Tenuach Hacherus," the freedom movement. The new political party is growing daily and eventually expects to become the dominating party in Israel. The coming elections in January will tell the story. In summary, to those who are not biased in their thinking, will acknowledge, and will not deny that if it wasn't for the tactics and struggle of the Irgun, the British would have never abandoned Palestine, and without that British decision, the U.N. Assembly would have never declared the establishment of a Jewish State even in a partitioned Palestine. Isn't that enough of an historic accomplishment that deserves the respect of every living Jew, due to that historic figure, now in our WttDAY, DECEMBER ir, ,„. midst, Menahim Beigin Bv h„n mghimwewnibehUring^;;; Jewish hero who partieinf.fl ry the creation of the JewK'" monwealth. Sh com Sincerely, HYMAN SOOTIN. 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iv DECEMBER 10. 1948 ^JewlstirhrldHam till Speak To uolcin Lodge Maurice Bisgyer jurice Bisgyer, national secU of B'nai B"rith, will report [his five week trip to Europe [Israel at a meeting of Sholem e B'nai BYith, at Temple 5^1, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night. Mr Bisgver will describe the sons of the United Nations *eral Assembly which he atfcded in Paris as a representa, of B'nai B'rith. He will deEbe steps taken for the openof a European B'nai B'rith ice to unify the community vice work in the European k During his stay in Israel, Mr. fayer visited with President u m Weizmann in Rehovoth also conferred with Prime nister David Ben Gurion and S. Special Representative nes G. McDonald. He inspected tbtary hospitals and other inutions making arrangements [the immediate shipment of 44 (lapsible wheel chairs for amwhich were urgently Ued pere are 21 B'nai B'rith lodges women's chapters in Israel. se organizations are servicing I hospitals and establishing new fcvalescent and recreation ns, according to Bisgyer. ffith a do/en other officially Teditcd organizational repre Jitatives in Paris. Mr. Bisgyer td the American zone in Gerhf in the personal plane of neral Lucius D. Clay, Americommander, and had an oprtunity to interview American German officers, educators, Iders and inmates of DP camps. r. Bisgyer, a former instructor iNew York University has been pely engaged in social work years. He served for four la as the director of the Jew\ Educational Alliance in Baltip and for 14 years as execu! director of the Jewish Com' Center of Washington, He was appointed national secary of B'nai B'rith in 1937 and a member of the National iviioryCorrmittee on Education Tointed by Presidents Hoover Roosevelt Maurice Bisgyer, wife of (secretary who attended United lions sessions as vice president I ne B nai B'rith Women's SuP Council, will have a mes P for the women of B'nai B'rith P e meeting. "Tie meeting is open to the pubW of charge and there will n solicitation of funds, it is Jjunced by Marx Faber, l'fm Lodge president. Cardiac Home Group Installs Officers Three hundred fifty attended the installation luncheon of the Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home at Fu Manchu restaurant last week. Mrs. Jean Raab, president of the Dade Chapter, installed the new officers, who are: Mrs. Sam Goldman, president; Mrs. George Wolpert. first vice president; Mrs. Dave Rifas, second vice president; Mrs. Al Kasder, third vice president; Mrs. Sal Ramalgi, fourth Mrs. Jean Raab. president of Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, presents the gavel to Mrs. Sam Goldman, newly elected president of the Miami Chapter at an installation luncheon at Fu Manchu restaurant last week. vice president; Mrs. Leo Sobel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harold Spahn, social secretary; Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, treasurer; Mrs. Bella Jacobson, financial secretary. Members of the group participated in a radio program, "Luncheon with Josephine," which emanates from the restaurant. Kitty Bloom and Helyn Sedon ap peared in a skit. Mrs. Samuel Tunick was chairman of the day. A paid membership will be admission to the tea which the chapter is holding Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the Melvin Cohen Hall on the grounds of the home. Richard Berenson, president of the home, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Sam Weissel, program chairman, has arranged a program, in which Phi Sigma sorority will participate. Mrs. Al Kasder is chairman of the day and Mrs. Herman Wronker is in charge of refreshments. MME WE. 50-PRIZES-50 Mills, Lipton Selected To Fill Bed Cross Posts Charles A. Mills was elected chairman of the Dade countv chapter, American Red Cross, at the organization's 32nd annual meeting Wednesday night in Huylers restaurant. He succeeds H. H. Hyman, chapter chairman for the past two years. A resident of Miami for the past 50 years, Mills brings a long record of civic service to his new office. Joseph M. Lipton. president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, was elected treasurer. Mr. Lipton, an active civic leader, is a member of the campaign cabinet of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is also a member of its executive committee. A co-chairman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center fundraising committee, Mr. Lipton is also a board member of the Pennsylvania Club, a university alumni organization. Elected to the executive committee were Harold Ward, Charles Helmly and James R. Gash. Named to three year terms on the board of directors were Sam Becker, Mrs. Roger E. Fox. Charles Helmly, Gash, Harold D. Steward, Mrs. W. W. Gramling. Mrs. H. O. Vance, Ward, Mrs. M. F. Wittichen, Jose Garcia, Miss Nancy Woodward, Mansfield. PAGE FIVE Labor Zionist Meeting The A. D. Gordon Branch of the Labor Zionist Organization of America. Poale Zion. will meet Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi ami Y. Joseph M. Lipton Charles Clements, Neal Lang and Horace Loomis. J. A, Henderson, Chester M. Wright and Dr. C. Russell Morgan were appointed to two year terms, and Dr. Wylie Scott, was elected to fill out a one year term. Professional Women To Hear Mrs. McCaffery Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah, to be held at the Beach Y. Monday night. Mrs. McCaffrey, who is past president of the Florida State Federation of Women's Clubs and the recipient of its "outstanding women of the year" award in Dade County for 1948, was vice chairman of the Southeastern Conference on Israel, co-chairman of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine committee and recently attended a seminar on "Zionism in Palestine" at Frenk Licks Springs, Ind. Rose Marion Golden will also appear on the program in pantomime numbers. Plans will be completed at this meeting for the games party to be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel Thursday night. Miss Lillian Goodman, president, announced. 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PAGE FOUR rjewlst ftcrkMoif : t Dr. Andron A reception Sunday evening will honor Dr. David Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy. Despite the many doubters who questioned the wisdom of the establishment of the academy, none can deny the enviable record achieved in the short period of one year by the educational institution that combines secular and Jewish training under one roof. Credit must be given to the tireless efforts, un ending energies and brilliant leadership given the Hebrew Academy by its president. Dr. Andron. The institution is recognized nationally as having a high and unquestioned scholastic rating. It has been approved by school board officials and as important it has been accepted by the community. Affable and humble, pleasant and cordial, David gets things done. EDITORIAL raiDAY^ ECEMBtt I0 "AbmentlUa" In an article in this week's issue of The Jewish Floridian Rabbi Leon Kronish comments on the "Seventh Day Absentists" in our community. Rabbi Kronish was prompted, we believe, to philosophize on this outstanding weakness of the Jewish people by the current membership drive of his temple on Miami Beach. We imagine his chagrin in checking the various lists and finding so many of the "prominent" names and families "missing." Rabbi Kronish deplores the lack of attendance at the House of Worship by our local residents. Even more deplorable is the fact that so few of the local families are affiliated—be they reform, -f f# 1 Conference More than one hundred leaders of Florida munities will convene for an all day session S day when the Joint Defense Appeal will a tf its program in fighting anti-Semitsm The JDA is the fund-raising arm of the can Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defam League of the B'nai B'rith, national agencSs voted to the cause of combatting religious in, u ance and promoting intergroup harmony We cannot overlook the continued need wcrk in the anti-defamation and public relati field nor underestimate the strength of the Semite, now harder at work than ever to und mine and destroy. Through the past years mu of this battle was fought on the open field. To it is again an underground battle that all fre loving peoples must fight to eradicate. Still Menacing— conservative or orthodox. For without this affiliation, the joining with some shade of organized Judaism, there cannot be even a semblance of desire to attend services. Uniform Spelling Appropos of our comments on the various WQ, of spelling Jewish holiday transliterations is letter received this week from the National ( mittee for Labor Palestine known as the tadrut. In announcing a change of name from Nation Committee for Labor Palestine to National Cc mittee for Labor Israel and to Israel Histad, Campaign a request is made to please note th the word "Histadrut" is spelled without a fin. "h." The letter asks "cooperation in establishii this uniform spelling." How about more uniformity in this direction! Council Mediators Settle UPA Rift (Continued from Page 1) ica and the United Palestine Appeal, and that they will join in a new spirit of unity in the great task ahead to reunite Jewish forces in every community for an all out effort to transport to Israel and resettle there in the year 1949, 200.000 Jewish repatriates, as called for by the program of the Jewish Agency. "As one who took an active part in trying to settle this controversy at meetings in New York and Chicago, also, as one who occupies a leading post in the Zionist Organization of America, I want to say, in all fairness and without a trace of partisanship, that there were no substantial issues involved at any time which could not have been resolved around a conference table peacefully and expeditiously. I firmly believe that the fight was primarily motivated by personal feelings and antagonism, rather than by basic differences of opinion. I therefore hope that those who took a leading part in stirring Academy Will Honor Andron At Dinner (Continued from Page 1) be no solicitation There will of funds. Chairmen of the dinner are: Isidore Goldberg, Jack Satin, Matthew Silverstein and Kolman| Luria. The officers and directors of the j Hebrew Academy are: Dr. David, S. Andron, president; Isidore Goldberg, Harry Levitt. Paul Gro&singer, A. M. Bear, vice presidents; Samuel Grundwerg, treasurer: David Levinson, co-treasurer; Aaron S. Lauer, general secretary: Samuel Reinhard, financial secretary; Martin Genet, recording secretary; Dr. Irwin Makovsky, medical advisor; Sol L. Sugarmen, principal; Aaron S. Lauer, supervisor; Helene Burickson, registrar. Board of directors: Jacob Andron, Benjamin Appel. Charles Bender, Hyrr.an Berman, Shepard Broad, Jack Burris, Charles Charcowsky, Harry Cohen, Harry H. Cohen, Nathan Darsky. Sydney Gans, Harry Genet, Martin Genet, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Nathan Ginsberg, David Glosser, Nathan Glosser, Joseph Gorshor, Abraham up this so harmful and unnecesGoodman, I. R. Goodman, Abrasary controversy, will, upon sober reflection, learn a lesson for the future that it is not only nobler, ham Halperin, Hyman Jablon, Samuel Kaplan, Samuel Katz, Harry Koretsky, Samuel Lachbut a lot simpler to settle differm an, Samuel Lehrman, Solomon ences at a conference table in a j Lobel, Kolman Luria, Sam Magid, spirit of give and take, rather Abraham Mason, H. D. Mendelthan through the medium of heat-1 s0 hn, Louis Miller, Al Osheroff. ed arguments, name calling and Matilda Ratner, Mitchell Reiner, wide-spread propaganda. | Raymond Rubin, Jack Satin, S. E. "Let us all therefore forgive and Schwartz, Benjamin Sherrv, Matforget and earnestly resolve to thew silverstein, Alfred Stone, dedicate ourselves in the year I Michael Tose, Gus Trau, H. Wasahead unitedly and with our utserrna n, David Whitman. Rabbi Kaufman To Address Zionists Harold Shapiro, chairman of the luncheon club, Miami Beach Zionist District announces that the next meeting will be held Wednesday at 12:15 in the dining room of the National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave. Rabbi Max Kaufman of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, will speak on "The Spiritual Contribution of Palestine." Rabbi Kaufman, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, received his Ph.D. degree at Columbia University and held pulpits at the College Street Temple in Schenectedy, N. Y. and the Jewish Center of Kingsbridge. New York City. He has authored several books, including, "Maton" and "Chaos From Specks of Dusk." and has contributed to periodicals such as the "New Humanist." "Social Science," "The Frontier" and "Middleton" quarterlies. Rabbi Kauffman was with the Scientific Research and Development office in New York City, under the auspices of the University of California, during the war and received a certificate of Merit from the United States government for his work with that organization. The public is invited. Debbs To' Install New Officers At Dance Officers of the Debbs Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women will be installed at a dinner-dance for members and escorts tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Preceding the evening affair, members will gather at the home of Miss Doris Klein, 309 N.W. 59th Terr., for cocktails. Miss Doris Brown will be installed as president, with Marx Faber, president of Sholem Lodge acting as inducting officer. Other officers to be installed will be: first vice president, Marcia Camner; second vice president, Thelma Rappaport; recording secretary, Lillian Goldstein; corresponding secretary, Charlotte Sandier; treasurer, Roslyn Morris; parliamentarian, Trudi Lach: chaplain, Donnal Feldman; serggeant at-arms, Thelma Schwartz; board members, the "Misses Doris Klein, Carol Milberg and Joanne Shier. Chairman for the evening will be Miss Marcia Camner. Souvenirs will be presented to all guests. Pioneer Women Groups In Area To Give Functions Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president i the Pioneer Women's Organia tion Club No. 1, of Miami Beacj announced that the grouD w meet on December 14 at Congrj gation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclj Ave., at 8 p.m. Bess Spanner, i tional field organizer, will guest speaker. A handmade Con pocketbook will be presented a worker on the membership drW committee. The organization is planning] Chanuka partv for December at the Park Central Hotel, Ocean Drive. most energy and sustenance, to the great call of Israel." Children's Home Group Elects New Officers At a recent meeting of the Women's advisory board of the Children's Home Society of Florida, Southeastern Division, Mrs. Harry F. Nolte, Mrs. Henry Baird and Mrs. John Moeri were reelected president, vice president and secretary respectively. Other officers are: Mrs. D. B. Cameron, treasurer, and Mrs. James T. Wilson, recording secretary. George Naylor, division superintendent, made his monthly report to the group. He said that thus far in 1948 30 children have been placed for adoption. About a quarter of the children being served by the Southeastern Division are in the Receiving Home, held at the he added. |cember 26. Mrs. Irving Lehrman is president of Parent-Teacher Association; Mrs. Al Osheroff, president of the Ladies League and Mrs. David SAndron serves as liason officer. Beth David Sisterhood To Celebrate Chanuka A monthly meeting and Chanuka celebration will be held by the Beth David Sisterhood at the Talmud Torah, Friday, December 17 at 1:30 p.m. The following will participate in the program, arranged by Mrs. William Danziger: Mesdames Harry Gordon, Moe Schatzman. Meyer Forer, Eugene Mayers. David Rayvis and Alex Hinkes. Mrs. Stiebel recently appointed Mrs. Mayers PS gereraUchairman of the Chanuka Latke party to be Talmud Torah DeNewsbriefs Wiley R. Reynolds, honorary chairman of the 1st National Bank of Miami, passed away this week at the age of 69. Mr. Reynolds was also president and chairman of the board of the 1st National Bank of Palm Beach, and chairman and a director of the 1st National Bank of Fort Lauderdale. The banker came to Palm Beach in 1936 to retire but instead became one of the most prominent figures in South Florida's financial circles. Dr. Maurice Kovnat, 605 Lincoln Road, was double winner in an essay contest conducted recently by the Dade County Medical Association. Correct names of the participants did not appear on the papers submitted and when the winning essays were announced it was found that Dr. Kovnat's won first and third place. Dr. Victor H. Kugel, 1700 Meridian Ave., was the second prize winner. Dr. Hiram B. Weiss Guest Of Emanu-El Dr. Hiram B. Weiss, formerly physician to the Hebrew Union College faculty and staff, will speak tonight from the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale. His topic will be "The Expanding Program of the Hebrew Union College." Dr. Weiss is on the board of governors of the institution. Together with Mrs. Weiss the visitor from Cincinnati, is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Roth of Hollywood. They will remain in Florida for two weeks. The directors of Temple EmanuEl have invited the public to attend tonight's services and remain for the reception which will be held by the Sisterhood. Pioneer Women, Club No. Miami Beach, is holding a men bership tea at the home of Esther Shedroff, 520 16th fcj morrow night with Chavera Spanner as guest. The regular meeting W held Monday evening at 8 pm.i Beth Jacob Congregation. ChavaJ Bessie Weissman, Chicago, be guest speaker. A program wil be presented and refreshmentj will be served. The Pioneer Women, Gold Meyerson Club of Miami, willb* a latke and card party Sun" December 19. at 8 p.m. at the i gregation Beth El, 590 S.W. 170 Ave Tickets are one dollar and pn ceeds will go to the Child Re* Fund, of which Mrs. Pearl KnegB is chairman. Beach AJC To Sponsor Review Of New Book In observance of Bill of Rights Day, the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will present a review of Walter White's "A Man Called White" by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein at Temple Beth Sholem Wednesday, December 15, at 8 p.m. Mr. White is chairman of the Association for Advancement of Colored People and his book deals with racial discrimination. *Jenistifkri(JtM n..: Jnder the Ac. of M*** The Jewish Floridian •" %  ,__ Hie Jewith Unity and the Weekly. Member of the M *"£ w or.phic Aoency Seven Arts fc Syndicate. Worldwide Ntw JO National Editorial A.soel hen. can Association of tna | M Newepaoers. Florida Press Asset" SUBSCRIPTION *"*, One Year „ M Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141-2-8212 OFFICE and PLAN* 120 N. E. SbdhJ^, Volume 21 *T$l| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10,19 KISLEV 8, 5709



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•"JSTiSS ii^^viigltUEIIiDipidliiayn VOLUE 21-NUMBER 49 Co mbining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEW ISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS UPA Conflict Settled Through Council Aid Formal announcement was made Wednesday that the United Palestine Appeal conflict concerning fund-raising and policy-formulating for unified efforts between the UPA organization and the Committee of Contributors and Workers, a dissatisfied group of the UPA, was amicably settled. Conciliation between the parties was carried on through a committee of the Jewish Federations .Tid Welfare Funds, of which Stanley C. Myers is national president. The CJFWF had made tentative plans to establish a national Jewish Welfare Fund under the ausp ; ccs of the Jewish Communities of America if the efforts at settling the dispute had failed. The conference set for Atlantic City by the CCW has been called off and it is understood that sessions between the JDC and UPA, which constitute the United Jewish Appeal (UJA) for a joint campaign will get under way immediately. Abraham Goodman, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, issued the following statement this week: "I have just learned of the contents of a telegram received this morning by Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and signed Feinberg and Shulman. Mr. Feinberg is the chairman and Mr. Shulman is the secretary of a group of individuals known as the Committee of Contributors and Workers, that has in recent weeks been carrying on a controversy with the United Palestine Appeal, which has caused a deep rift in Jewish fund raising circles. This committee, according to the telegram, has just approved the text of an agreement with the U.P.A., which was worked out through the mediation of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. In accordance Abe Goodman with the terms of the agreement, the committee is calling off a conference planned for December 12 at Atlantic City, to which it invited Jewish leaders from every part of the country. The telegram does not give the other terms of the agreemen^jbut to the best of my knowledge, it calls for a 40% participation by Jewish communities in the United Palestine Appeal. It also calls for a cessation of the controversial activities of the Committee of Contributors and Workers. "As one who for many years has been a contributor and worker (but not with capital letters) to the cause of Israel, I greet with a deep sigh of welcome and relief, the reestablishment of peace on the fund-raising scene in all Jewish communities of America. I sincerely hope trfat the members of the Committee of Contributors and Workers will immediately lay down their arms of atttack, which unfortunately they used so persistently and so harshly in recent weeks against the leadership of the Zionist Organization of Amer(Continued on Page 4) Israel's Bid For U.N. Membership Seems Doomed PARIS, (JTA)—The United Nations General Assembly is expected to conclude its session at the end of this week after giving consideration to the watereddown British resolution on Palestine which was finally passed by the Political Committee of the Assembly by a vote of 25-21, with nine abstentions, and which provides for a three-nation conciliation commission to be appointed by the Big Five Powers. A move to slash all controverial features from Britian's resolution for a Palestine settlement, already twice revised, developed as the general assembly sought to clear up its work for adjournment Saturday night. Israel's bid to become the 59th member of the United Nations this year appeared today to be doomed. The security council scheduled a meeting Friday to resume study of the Israeli application. Chanuka Institutes To Honor Rabbis All the rabbis of greater Miami will be honored at the Chanuka Preparation Institutes to be sponsored by the PTA's and Sisterhoods of local synagogues in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Miami institute will take place in the Miami Y Monday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 pm. The Beach institute is scheduled for Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wofford Hotel, 2400 Collins Ave. Chanuka blessings, songs, stories, decorations, games and recipes will be taught. A special Chanuka booklet has been prepared by the Jewish Bureau of Education for distribution at the institutes. Basic Israel Problems Solved Mediator Says TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Although difficulties lie ahead, the "basic problems" of the establishment of the Jewish state and immigration to Israel have already been solved, acting mediator Dr. Ralph Bunche this week told newsmen here after a visit with Premier David Ben Gurion and high officials of the Foreign Office. The mediator, who arrived in the Israeli capital over the land route from Jerusalem, stated that to all "practical purposes" a settlement has been reached and added that he does not expect the resumption of open warfare, although minor incidents are always possible. "If all parties try hard enough it will be possible to make the transition from truce to armistice and then to a final settlement," Dr. Bunche said. He insisted that after meeting with Egyptian Premier Nokrashy Pasha, King Abdullah of Transjordan, Ben Gurion and President Weizmann, "the biggest hurdles have already been taken." was already too much outside inDuring the meeting between the mediator and the Israeli officials, the discussion centered about "who will arrange outstanding matters in the Negev, the armistice prospects in the light of the Paris resolutions and the refugee problem," it was announced here. A group of Palestine Arabs submitted a memorandum to Dr. Bunche in Amman asserting that they were representatives of the Palestine Arabs and favoring "Abdullah's rule over the Arab part of Palestine," George Barnes, the mediator's press officer, disclosed here. The Palestine Arabs added that they felt that there The armistice, unlike the truce, he declared, "will mean a withdrawal and reduction of forces and the establishment of normal conditions." He revealed that he had heard from the Israelis that a solution of the Cyprus refugee problem is terference in Palestine's affairs. Dr. Bunche spent three hours with Abdullah and several more hours with the Transjordan Foreign Minister, Barnes added. Responsible U.N. sources said the Israeli delegates had advised their government in Tel Aviv to near and that direct British-Is-' agree to free 1,500 Egyptian raeli talks have taken place. The. troops trapped in the Negev and United Nations never saw a "valid thus pave the way for armistice reason" for the detention of the negotiations as a result of the Jews, he continued. | semi-ultimatum issued by the seThe mediator will make a full curity council Wednesday. report of the current situation to the Security Council in Paris, he said, adding that he hoped to have more positive news by the time he reports. He asserted that the situation in the Negev was "satisfactory to the Jews and less so to the Egyptians, while the United Nations feels that the resolution has not been realized fully." In a joking aside, he said that the arrival of the armistice and the departure of the U.N. truce machinery from the Middle East would be a "welcome reward" for all concerned. Britain told the United Nations this week she had information that Jewish armed forces had violated the borders of Trans-Jordan at least twice. Britain indicated neither of the incursions was sizeable or significant, but warned she has a treaty of mutual assistance with TransJordan which requires her to aid the little Arab kingdom in case of attack. The British report was promptly denied by Aubrey S. Aban, Israeli representative, who called it both "unfortunate and false." Florida J DA Conference Opens at Roney Sunday Mt. Sinai Corporation Will Take Over Nautilus Hospital The problem of anti-Semitism and a program for combatting religious intolerance will be reviewed as more than 100 leaders of Florida Jewish communities convene in the Roney Plaza Hotel, Sunday, for the first Florida conference of the Joint Defense Appeal. Max N. Kroloff, ADL chairman for B'nai B'rith District No. 5, will head the list of feature speakers with an address on the coordinated program of the ADL and theTV! American Jewish Committee i n fighting anti Semitism. The conference wil witness a showing of the notabl film "Make Wa For Youth" an the technicolor] film "Songs o Friendship" by frving Caesar. An audio visual aid panel for better human relations will open the conference, Co-chairmen Leonard L. Abess of Miami Beach and Harry W. Reinstine of Jacksonville, announced. Luncheon will be served in the Surf room of the hotel. Subject of the afternoon Panel wil be: "What the Community Can Do to Support JDA." Among panel participants will be: Gilbert Balkin, Lawrence Koch, Mitchell Wolfson, Benjamin Mark, George J. Talianoff. Milton Jocob Sher A. Friedman, Jacob Sher, Sidney Meyer, Mickey Michael, Alexander F. Miller, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Marius Ranson, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Morris Skop, Morrice Uman. Daniel Goodmark, Jack Kapner, Albert E. Einstein, William Pallott, J. Harold Saks, Sam Wolfson. Harry Katz, Gustave Bear, C. M. Daniels, Sidney Segall. Members of the conference committee include Charles Adler. president of the Jewish Welfare Organization of Tampa; Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Mi ami Jewish Federation; Sam Wolfson and Ben Stark, president and executive director, respectively, of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council; C. M. Daniels, president of the B'nai B'rith Lodge of Hollywood; Marx Faber. president of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge of Miami; Morris Klass, executive director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Sidney Meyer, chairman of the ADL Regional executive committee; and JDA National Council members Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach, Charles Twain of Sarasota and Louis Wellhouse, Jr., of Tampa, and numerous others. Academy Will Honor Andron At Dinner Four hundred religious, educational and community leaders are expected to attend a testimonial banquet in honor of Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy, Sunday at 6 p.m. at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. The dinner is being sponsored by the academy in recognition of Dr. A n d r o n s contributions to its founding and growth. Major Wellesley Aron, noted Dr. Andron war hero and educator, will be guest speaker of the evening. In addition a musical program will be presented. Dr. David S. Andron is one of the founders of the Hebrew Academy. He is vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District and a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and treasurer of the Greatetr Miami Zionist Emergency Council, he is active in a number of communal and philanthropic organizations. (Continued on Page 4) War Assets Administrator Jess Larson yesterday approved sale of the Nautilus Hotel, which has been used as an army hospital and rest home, to the City of Miami Beach. Under an agreement with the city, the Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will operate the hospital. According to Lionel Silverman, acting executive secretary to the Mt. Sinai board of trustees, the corporation will take over immediately after the transfer of deeds and papers, -and a 100-bed hospital is expected to be ready for occupancy within six to nine months. In the meantime plans are being completed for a 300-bed hospital to be built by the corporation on Collins Island and a health center on Johns Island. The agreement between the city and Mt. Sinai carries with it permission to operate the hospital for a period of 20 years. At the end of this time, the group has an option to buy at not more than $1,400,000—the value which the government has placed upon land and building—less whatever improvements have been made. Inasmuch as the Mt. Sinai corporation expects that expenditure for improvement will exceed this amount, Silverman does not anticipate that there will be any transfer of funds at that time. Silverman says that the present 25-year old structure, contrary to rumors that have been given currency lately, is not and never has been condemned. After a complete survey of the building, the Russell Engineering Co. of Detroit has announced that it is in sound condition. 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PAGE SIXTEEN + Jew 1st thrkOar FRIDAY, DECEMBER Book Council Plans Exhibit Symposium In observance of Jewish Book Month, the Miami Jewish Book Council has arranged a central book exhibit, exemplifying the theme "People of the Book," to be displayed at the Miami Beach Public Library from December 13 to 18. The book exhibit will include books of Jewish interest in three languages, Hebrew, Jewish and English; original paintings; and priceless ceremonial objects from the collection of Sholem Asch. A partial list of the collection includes Menorahs dating back a thousand years, an ilustrated 17th century Hagadah, a 14th century manuscript translation of Saadia Gaon's "Beliefs and Opinions of Jews," a 14th century Jewish marriage certificate on parchment and Maimonides' "Commentary on Ethics of the Fathers." Max Meisel, chairman of the exhibit is receiving the cooperation of Miss Bertha Aldrich, librarian at the Miami Beach Library, and Sholem Asch. Others assisting him in setting up the exhibit are Mrs. J. Duntov, Harry Simonhoff, and William Hertz. Mrs. A. Mamlet, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. S. Kay will supervise the exhibit during the week. Also in commemoration of Jew ish Book Month, the council will present a symposium entitled "The Future of Jewish Literature" at the Beach Y Thursday at 8 p.m. Participants in the discussion will be Dr. M. J. Glick, moderator; Harry Simonhoff, "Jewish Literature in English"; Dr. Aelxander Mukdoni, "Jewish Literature in Yiddish"; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, "Hebrew Literature": Sholem Asch will also be present. This symposium will be repeat-. ed in its entirety at the Miami Y Tuesday, December 23, at 8 p.m. The council has also arranged the following radio programs in connection with Book Month: A. P. Gannes, today at 8:45 a.m. over WMBM; Harry Simonhoff and Mrs. Dorothy Fink, tomorrow at 2 p.m. over WKAT; Dr. M. J. Glick, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. over WINZ. Max Dobrin is in charge of these programs. The local Book Council consists of: Harry Simonhoff, overall chairman, Mrs. A. Mamlet and Dr. M. J. Glick, co-chairmen; Abe P. Gannes, secretary; Mrs. J. Duntov, Mrs. Max Dobrin, William Hertz, Dr. Max A. Lipkind, Mrs. S. Kay, Max Meisel, Joseph Rambam, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Milton Sachs. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Blackstone Seeks Name For Hotel Dining Room A "No Rules—Just Write" contest was launched this week by the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach, to name its dining room. Winning entry for the best name for the redecorated dining room receives a special package of 50 prizes, including 25 choice dinners, said managing director Jack Salomon. Operating the" dining room for the hotel management is Louis Rappoport, hotel owner of Ausable Chasm, summer resort in the Adirondacks. Contestants should address their entires to the Dining Room, Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach. The contest closes Christmas Eve. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Fridav evening services at 8:15. Rabbi "Max Kaufman will speak on A Change "f Heart.' Mr. and lira Mas Hankln will be hosts for the Oneg Bhabbat following the services on Friday evening and Bat> urdav. Saturday morning service at in a'm Sunday School at 10:30. 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 Sal.bath eve services for Jewish patients and residents of the Coral Gables area at Pratt General Hospital chapel at 8 p.m. Robert Bergman, director, will preach. An Oneg Shabb.it featuring the Kiddush. folk and Sabbath songs. Jewish humor and readings, also refreshments, will follow. Everyone is welcome A. patients must retire by MS 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 I.evitan, 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 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The House of My Father.'* Bar Mitzvah of Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht. 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 E followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. I.ate Friday evening services at 8:15. Participating will be Mrs. Aaron Hayden, president of American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Shapiro's topic will be "The Day Is Short'" Joseph Schretbman and a professional choir will participate In the services. Mr and Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Goodman will be hosts at a reception following the services in memory of Mrs. Ruth Goodman, mother of Mrs. Weissel and Mr. Goodman. Saturday morning at 8:30 Donald son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Albert will become Bar Mltzvah. Students services at 10:80 a.m. Sunday Bar Mitzvah breakfast for boys and girls 13 and over will be held this week at 8:40. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 17 il Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. I-ite Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi will preach on "The Power of a Dream." In honor of AJC Sabbath Mrs Louie Ghtsser Will speak on the life of .Louise Waterman Wise, founder whose Tahrzeit occurs this week. Saturday morning services Rabbi will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law. Gabriel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zatlin will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior Congregation at 9:30. Center youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9:15 in the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon K onish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on Why Organised Religion?" Special memorial service for the late Louise Waterman Wise Mrs. Leonard Glickman, of the \Ji\ will participate. A reception In honor of "Mother" Baum's Toth blrthdav will follow the services. Sabbath service at 10:4.'.. Kenneth Beckerman will become Bar Mitzvah. Sunday school at 10:45 for children from 4V4 to 1"> Hebrew classes weekdays from |:1S for children 7's to 14. Congregation BetH El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Qrauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Fridav evening services at 5:15. Saturday services at a.m. Rabbi Qrauer will preach on "Jacob's Exodus." Students' services at 10 a.m. Saturday. supervised by Bernard W. Klmmel of the Religious school staff. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally Religious school from 8:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services ". a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "The Struggle of an Idea." Cantor Berele Kelemer will conduct the service. Mlshna class at 4:30 p.m. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 10 a.m.: Hebrew School daily from 3:15 to 6:16 p.m. Dally Services at 7:30 a.m. Temple Emanu-El ^Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Rs.nson. Rabbi. Dr. Hiram B. Weiss, Cincinnati physician, will share the pulpit at 8 o'clock services tonight. "The Expansion of Reform Judaism" will be the general theme with the specific topic discussed by Dr. Weiss "The Expanding Program of the Hebrew Union College." Rabbi Ranson will speak on "Why 1 Believe in American Reform Judaism." George Roth, of Hollywood, will participate in the services. A reception will follow In the social hall. The public is Invited to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the reception at 9:30. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8:30. The The Rabbi will speak on "Israel's Escape.•' Saturday evening services at 4. The Rabbi will address the congregation on "Monument! Or House ol God." Mincha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and mlros. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi following the services. Services at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and custom.Maariv at 6 p.m. Tempi* Isaiah (Reform). 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Special Memorial service in memory of Louise Waterman Wise. Miss Malvlna Weiss, principal of South Beach Elementary School, will speak briefly. Rabbi Raab will address the congregation on the subject "Quo Vadls?" Rita Hyman Bukstel, soprano, will be guest soloist accompanied by Betty Halem, pianist. A reception will follow. The public Is Invited. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. A. P. Cannes, Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak In observance of Jewish Book Month. He will review "The Book of Books" by Solomon Goldman. Max Meisel, chairman of the current celebration will Introduce the speaker. Memorial service will be held for Louise Waterman Wise with a member of the AJC bringing a message. A library exhibit and a Sisterhood reception will follow services. 10, Beach Zionist Group Will Conduct Forum Miami Beach Jewish Center Euclid Ave., according t Al Stone, president Miami Beacfl America. 10niSt !" *.l CLUB GRANADj introduces The Zwillionairt in "ZWILL'S A-POPprw", If, the Talk of The Town Zwing & Zway The Zwillioncdre Way i my! whacky! rilariousl I DON'T MISS MIAMI'S MOST ORIGINA. & BEST FORM OF FUN| 3—SHOWS NIGHTLY-3 Full Course Dinners $1.501 It's well worth the trip 4897 S. W. 8th Street (On the Trail) Must Be Seen! Too many beautiful features to explain in this 5 bedroom 2 bath home—plus 3 fum. apts. in rear. Walk to town. Nice income and priced to sell. Also Exclusive 15 Unit CBS Apt Bldg. Close to 12th and Flagler Showing over $8,000 OPA income. $42,000—Terms Call HARRY SHIFT with RAY ZIEGLER Reg. 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