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The Jewish Floridian ( December 17, 1948 )

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%  e H M s t u E l o n d G k a n 21-NUMBER 50 Combining THE J EWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 177194?" PRICE TEN CENTS N Picks 3-Power Israel Commission PARIS, OTA)—The United Natiions General Assembly admed its Paris session this week following the formation of a Jestine conciliation commission composed of the United States, j!ce and Turkey with the powers and functions formerly held the U.N. Palestine mediator and the Security Council truce nission. .esolution adopted by the asnbiy instructs the commission assist the governments conjned to achieve a final settletut on all outstanding questions th regard to Palestine. At the ne time, the assembly resolucalled on the Palestine dislitants to seek agreement by negation either through the comision or directly. The assembly (reaffirmed the decision of a j ago to place Jerusalem under international regime. [The assembly decision to set up %  commission was adopted by a of 35 to 15. with eight abntions. Voting for the resolute were: [Argentina. Australia, Belgium, il, Canada, China, Colombia, nmark, Dominican Republic, uador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, nee, Great Britain, Greece, ti, Honduras. Iceland, Liberia, xembourg, the Netherlands, .•Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, nama, Paraguay, Peru, the lippir.es, Siam, Sweden, TurSouth Africa, the United Food For Israel Irive To Begin lero December 26 Zion Ginsburg, chairman the Food for Israel Drive of i Miami Beach Zionist District, (formed his committee that the will start on Sunday, Denber 26, the beginning of banuka. |"An all out campaign for a lanuka gift to our brethren in pel will be conducted during week of Chanuka," stated Jisburg. Ifred Stone, president of MiBeach Zionist District, apted the following to assist Mr. isburg on the Food for Israel npaign; Saul Ashkenazy, LeonBarr, Mike Cooper, Leon J. Dr. E. J. Edelman, Paul Eisn. Jacob Fishman, S. A. GoodMurray Goodman, Cantor ruel Kelemer, Dr. L. G. Lytton William Wagner. States, Uruguay and Venezuela. Against: Afghanistan, Byelorussia, Czechosolovakia, Cuba, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Poland. Saudi Arabia, Syria, the Ukraine, the Soviet Union, Yemen and Yugoslavia. Abstentions: Bolivia, Burma, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala. India, Iran and Mexico. Commenting on the assembly resolution, an Israeli delegation spokesman said: "Israel views with satisfaction that the resolution contains no vestige of endorsement of the late mediator's report which the delegation declared from the outset to be unacceptable even as a basis of discussion. Moreover, there is nothing in the resolution which invalidates in any way the basicprinciples of the Palestine resolution of Nov. 29, 1947." Asserting that Israel has consistently advocated a settlement through, negotiation—which the assembly now provides — the spokesman reaffirmed Israel's willingness to enter into negotiations without delay. The negotiations, he added, should aim at a solution of the problem by agreement on all problems between the Arabs and Jews, taking full account of "existing realities." Truman Proposes Liberal DP Act WASHINGTON, (JTA) — President Truman this week indicated that he will proposed to the 81st Congress liberalization of the prcsnt law for the admission of displaced persons to t he United States, which he termed antiJewish after it was passed by the 80th Congress. The President gave this indication during a talk in the White House with David Dubinsky and Alex Rose, leaders of the Liberal Party. The President also expressed satisfation with the developments in Israel and declared placed persons to the United velopments in Israel. Twenty Sign U.N. Genocide Pact PARIS. (JTA)—Twenty countries this week signed the genocide convention adopted last week by the United Nations outlawing the mass extermination of religious and racial groups. Twenty signatures were needed for the convention to acquire binding legal force. The last requirement to be fulfilled is ratification by the legislative bodies of the 20 countries Whose delegates signed the document. Ernest A. Gross, who signed for 7-Nation Meet On Negev Withdrawal Order Cancelled PARIS, (JTA)—The seven-nation Security Council sub-committee on the Negev which was scheduled to meet here this week has cancelled its session and adjourned indefinitely. The group, which was appointed in connection with the council order to withdraw from the Negev, has the power to recommend sanctions for failure to obey the order. It was learned in highly authoritative quarters that Canada is ready to supply the sixth affirmative vote on Israel's application for U.N. membership, while France's position remains in doubt. Meanwhile, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok will remain here until next Sunday to exert the strongest diplomatic pressure on the Security Council on the question of the application. The council is now slated to meet soon on the application. A decision on Israel's application was postponed until Friday at the request of French Delegate Alexander Parodi, French sources said Parodi asked for the delay because he still had received no instructions from his government as to how he should vote. Britain and Syria both served notice they will try to postpone action on the application indefinitely. the United States, declared the convention "responds to the unanimous request of members of the United Nations that suitable methods of international cooperation be organized to prevent recurrence of acts of barbarism, which are still fresh in our minds. The government of the United States considers this an event of great importance in the development of international law and cooperation among states." The other signatory states were Australia, France, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti, Liberia, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, the United States, Uruguay and Yugoslavia. The General Assembly also approved over the week-end a universal "declaration of human rights"—the first such international document in history. The document was approved by a vote of 48 to zero with eight abstentions. The declaration, designed to affirm that every human being in the world, regardless of race, creed, religion or sex, is entitled to a square deal, is the first step in the U.N. plan in which the next stage is to be an international agreement for the implementation of the declaration. A number of Russian amendments which sought to link the declaration to the Marxist conception of a state or of society were defeated before the final vote was taken. Dade High Schools To Participate In Sholem Lodge Debate Contest President Truman's Civil Rights Program was chosen last weekend as the subject for the annual current affairs debate held for Dade county high school students by Sholem Lodge ,B'nai B'rith, according to Jerome Weinkle, of the lodge's committee on public affairs. This is the third year of the competition which has attracted national attention. The winning team and its coach will be given a trip to Washington, D. C. They will meet top government officials, see Congress in action and visit historic shrines. They will be interviewed over a national radio hookup. The official debate subject reads: "Resolved, That President Truman's Civil Rights Program Should Be Enacted Into Law by Congress." Each of the county's high schools has been invited to take part and trials and eliminations will begin immediately. Hundreds of students will participate in the school level. Each school will send two teams to the semifinals which will be held March 16. The debate program was initiated in 1946 when the public affairs committee was created. Charter members of this committee include: John Kronenfeld, chairman; Col. Elry Stone, Gilbert Balkin, Daniel Satin, Jerome H. Weinkle, Wallace N. Maer, R. Weinkle, Robert Levin and Charles R. Jacobson. It began a series of community forums on local and national topics which still continue. More than a dozen round tables were held on the Miami-Dade consolidation issue last spring and the committee has been one of the chief supporters of a slum clearance program. Last year's debate was won by Miami High. The topic was: "Resolved, That the Marshall Plan Will Promote World Peace." Arlene Perry and Burton Michaels, with their coach, made the trip to Washington. Off The Record g ITEMS P"tish statesmen are so soPtous of Israel's welfare that V Just can't stand the idea of PJJg the "poor and useless land" | the Negev to the Jewish state •'it ncver answer ed what %  A rabs will do with the poor a useless land ... The answer I ourse is tightly locked in the *"y strong box at London • No better example of the wttc! adage about one sin giv' D 'rth to another was ever ^hed than by our own Ameri8ove rnmt nt Having yieJd ""the question of holding the %  W-0 conference in Lebanon INV, J nment of cour se found BS* Jews in it5 delegation Lcm State Department gnman say the lack of Jews Iml egation was the result lhl chance • • • Ma > rbe the y I gm • • • But it seems to us [ n vie w of Lebanon's open p. against the admission of wthe conference consideraother than „ pure chance „ 'nave prompted inclusion of •L„ ne Jew in the American WUon •-. The story about the non-Jewish DP's to whom America's doors have been opened by the Wiley-Revercomb Bill approved by the 80th Congress was vividly related recently by David W. Nusbaum of the Overseas News Agency ... The real displaced non-Jews have long returned to their homes • The 400,000 remaining today were not displaced persons but people who had voluntarily joined the Nazis in their retreat from Eastern Europe late in 1944 ... It appears that certain German Jews have learned nothing from Hitler %  Speaking recently at Munich a so-called leader of the Jewish community, Dr. Spanier, summoned enough audacity to say that the wave of anti-Semitism in Germany is not directed against German Jews but against the uprooted Jews %  • Those elements seem to have forgotten already that Hitler's extermination policy was directed against them as much as against the "OestenJuden" ... We wonder what the Organization; to Exterminate Jews, now functioning in the British zone, would do to Dr. Spanier if given a free hand ORCHIDS • Zwi Prihar, Israel's postmaster won a signal victory at the international conference on communications at Mexico City ... He won admission over vehement British-led and British-inspired opposition ... His quiet, dignified and diplomatic ability won him and Israel many friends Herman Hollander, the American businessman who was recently appointed Under-Secretary for trade in the Israeli Ministry for Trade is a strictly orthodox Jew Professor Einstein is a great admirer of the folk dance If the great Hillel, as the Talmud tells, could do a little stepping on joyous occasions, why not the man who knows so much about the dance of the toms? When Professor Einstein received a copy of Corinne Chochcm's book 'Jewish Holiday Dances." published by Behrman House, he sent her an enthusiastic note in which, Corinne says, the father of relativity displayed, relatively speaking of course, as much knowledge of the dance as of relativity David Opatoshu, one of the 1947 winners of the literary prizes awarded annually by the Louis LaMed Foundation for outstanding works produced in Hebrew and Yiddish on the American continent, is a product of American soil The book which gained him the award was a Yiddish volume of short stories, entitled "Between Desert and Sea" The book deals with soldier life in the Pacific, where David served during the war Young Opatoshu is also of the outstanding young Yiddish actors He appeared in "Naked City" and in "Molly and Me" One of Hollywood's leading producers is eyeing that young man both as an actor and script writer. POTPOURRI .. Dr. John Slawson of the American Jewish Committee is studying Hebrew and Yiddish Dr. S. Margoshes is authority for the information that Dr. Sidney Marks of the ZOA Is not only an authority on jurisprudence but on poetry as well ... In fact the former professor of law writes poetry Yiddish was the official language at the recent JDC Paris conference JDC's European director, Dr. Joseph Schwartz, chaired the conference in a rich and juicy Yiddish The fastest romance in the history of the ZOA belongs to Tehillah Feinerman, secretary to Dr. S. Bernstein She met the gentleman at the famous Cafe Royal in New York on a Thursday, announced her engagement on Friday, and became Mrs. Elberg a few days later Tehillah, whose English translation of Yal Peretz's "Three Canopies" was acclaimed by many critics, has been commissioned by Alfred A. Knopf, publisher, to translate a novel from the Hebrew by Moshe Shamir, the first Palestine-bom novelist Shamir's dramatized novel is a big hit at the Ohel Theatre at Tel Aviv Her husband, Y. Elberg, managing editor of a Yiddish daily in Paris, survived the Hitler holocaust as a partisan ... He came to this country as a delegate to the recent conference of the Congress for Jewish Culture.



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PAGE TWO vJewisti ftoridliftn Council Of Jewish Federations And Welfare Funds Ends UPA Conflict NEW YORK. (JTA) — Full settlement of the differences between the United Palestine Appeal and the Committee of Contributor; and Workers announced last week, assuring national united fund-raising in 1949 for Jewish needs in Europe. Israel and immigration to America was made by Edwin Rosenberg, chairman of the conciliation committee cf the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which conducted negotiations between the two groups on behalf of its 800 organized Jewish member communities in the United States. The accord covered the powers and functions of the U.P.A., clarified procedures for disbursement and allocation of funds, composition of governing bodies, procedures for re-constituting the U.J.A.. voting by mail or telegraph in certain circumstances, and provided for cancellation of the December 11-12 conference called by the Committee of Contributors. Concerning representation on the governing bodies of the U.P.A., it has been agreed that 60 percent would be designated by the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund, beneficiaries of the UP.A., and 40 percent representation would be from the American Jewish communities. The procedure for designa-, tion would be from the American Jewish communities. The procedure for designation of community representatives will be deter-1 i lined by the U.P.A. in cor.sulta-1 tion with the council. A small sub-1 committee of the committee will be available to the Council for' crnsultation regarding these procedures. Subject to the above provisions, the UPA. will elect its own oflicers. will d< ne the organization's admin: I • budget and all matters of staff personnel. and will establish all rules of procedure required for the fur.ctions •..: the U.P.A. The income of the U.P.A. will be made le with the great-j cst promptitude to the principal] tenefi namely the treasury of the Jewish Agency for Pales-, tme ;>nci the head offices of the, Palestine Foundation Fund and nal Fund in Israel. 1 The U.P.A. will disburse such funds through agencies and procedures authorized by these beneficiaries. The U.P.A. will also be empowered to rmke its own recommendations regarding special allocations or grants for agencies ether than the principal beneficiaries. Recommendations made by the American Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund will go to the U.P.A. for consideration and action by it \ before they are transmitted to Israel. (Minority as well as majority reports may be transmitted). Final decision on all grants and John L. Leban. winter resident of Miami Beach, has been named president of Schenley Distillery, Inc., it was announced recently. Leban. who has been with the subsidiary of Schenley Industries. Inc.. since 1935, served in a consulting capacity with the OPA and as consultant to the Army Services of Supply. allocations rests with the head offices of the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund in Israel, and the executive of the Jewish Agency. The U.P.A. will negotiate an agreement with the J.D.C. for setting up the U.J.A. and for the conduct of the joint campaign. Ontor Religious Schools To Show Palestine Films Harry Sirkin. chairman of the daily religious school, and David R. Isen. chairman of the Sunday school. Miami Beach Jewish Center, announce that a full length movie on Palestine will be presented at the school building. 1415 Euclid Ave.. every other Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. The Center recently played host to the nurserv school of the Beach Y when 25 children, accompanied by their teachers, made a study of the synagogue and its ceremonial objects. Fred Berkovitz. director of education and youth activities, served as guide and explained to the children the meaning of the Eternal Light, the Scrolls and other traditional objects. Children of the first grades of the daily religious school of the Center celebrated the completion of their first book with a Siyum Hasefer last week at the school building. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Sigmund Scherrr.er, chairman of the youth breakfast service, Mr. Bodenstein and Mrs. Bloom. The following were elected officers of the student council: Jerry Klonsky. president: Sue Gans, vice president: Iris Thorpe, secretary: Merlene Bertman, treasurer: Barbara Falk. librarian: Beverly Hader. editor. Officers for the Junior Congregation are: Richard Rose, president: Joseph Ginsberg, rabbi: Leonard Tupler. cantor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1 948 Junior League Of Miami Y To Hold Picnic Sunday A picnic at Matheson Hammock will be held by the Junior League of the Miami YMHA. Members and friends will meet 10 a.m., for transportation to the picnic grounds, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kessler, who are in charge of arrangements, announced. A meeting of the Junior League will take place Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Y building. Young men and women over 21 years of age are invited to join the social organization. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at the Miami Y, David Kornberg, president announced. Mrs. Murry Grossman, cochairman of the membership committee, Miami Beach Group Hadassah, presided over a cake ceremony commemorating the birthday of Henrietta Szold. organization founder, at a tea Monday at Dave Singer's Restaurant. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 W\ p0KE% %  CONOlMSfD wFfau* ROKEACH **; / [BARLEY MUSH £0118 H* 01 ssas" ,?• ROKEACH KOSHER D *L'ClOUS Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IX. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 Unveiling Services For Pauline Scher In Palm Beach Sunday A monument to the memory of Mrs. Pauline Scher, mother of Mrs. Burnett Roth, will be unveiled Sunday at 3 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery. West Palm Beach. At 3:30 ceremonies dedicating the Scher Memorial Plaque, in memory of Mrs. Scher and her husband Samuel Scher, who passed away in 1942, will be held in Temple Beth El. 630 Fern St., West Palm Beach. The couple were pioneer residents of Palm Beach where they were founders of Congregation Beth El. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Scher are invited to attend the unveiling and the dedication services. Club Celebrates Chanuka The Histadruth LTarbuth Ivrith will hold a Chanuka celebration meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff, 1130 S.W. 9th St., Sunday December 26, at 3 p.m. A program is being prepared and Chanuka refreshments will be served. All members and friends interested in the Hebrew movement are invited. 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Lm*Y 1 DE CEMBER 17, 1948 +Jenlsti fhrkHar PAGE THREE I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFr The Bookie Joint And The Blind Tiger—A Parallel Recently this column attempted Dado County." Mr. Sullivan virdtoCUSS with cool detachment, tually threw down the gauntlet i •he Syndicate problem on Miami to the community to demand the' nach jo niv surprise, folks crit-1 suppression by law enforcement £ed" it as pussyfooting on a officials of tne 2 50 gambling 1 turning public issue. This I take! aces on MJami tl) be a healthy sign. It shows £ a l pt ,,pl.' are in the mood for crusade rather than a calm appraisal. The newspapers Can the Jewish majority on Miami Beach afford to ignore the challenge of the former F.B.I, agent? But what can they do? Organizations can, of course, call n.ass meetings. The B'nai B'rith can pass a resolution. The Zionists and the Hadassah jointly can stage a huge demenstration at Flamingo Park. The Rabbis can preach sermons, and their congregations, can deny membership to the Syndicate, its followers and henchmen. But would all of these methods remedy the corrupt situation? One may ask whether the Federal Government, with the asthe all powerful | sistance of the 48 States, besides with its influence county sheriffs and municipal police was able to catch the rum runners, stop the highjackers, destroy the stills, or prevent the violation of the National Prohibition Act? The Remedy What can be done to abolish the Syndicate, and put an end to the moral corruption which widespread bookiedom breeds? Probucks'on hVfavoVite"horse. If he! h ibi,ion is the Parallel and sug1 gests the answer. When F.D.R. have lately j front page stories about Governor-Elect, Fuller Warren, showing interest in a proposal to erect pari-mutual betting stations outside of racing arenas. Such a measure would bring to the state such revenue as it loses through the illegal betting on horses in sub-rosa dens. But far more is involved than lost revenue. In a former discussion I tried to show how the far flung bookie "industry" on Miami Beach gave rise Syndicate, reaching into City Hall and Police Department. The Horse Betting Absurdity To the unsophisticated citizen the necessity for the secret opera tion of the bookie stall is shrouded in mystery. He knows it is quite lawful to walk up to a window at Tropical Park, and in the presence of 10.000 spectators, place 2 Israeli Elections | To Be Held Jan. 25 TEL AVIV. (JTA) 1 I State Council unanin ously decided to hold national el i m Jan. 25. The decision was taken afti i Interior Minister It/hak Gruenbaum revealed that on the basis of the completed population census, a total of 477.000 residents will be entitled to cast their 1.allots in the Jewish .state's first elections, Gruembaum announced that identity raids for voters will be issued by January, at the latest. The central elections supervision committee will be made up of four Mapai members, two from Mapam, two from Mizrachi and Hapoel Hamizrachi, two Progressives, two Revisionist, and one each from Agudas Israel and Poalei Agudas Israel. WIZO. the Communists, General Zionists, Yemenites and Sephardic community. Israeli Army officers will be permitted to address election meetings during the forthcoming election campaign, it was an nounced. They will not, however, be permitted to speak in uniform. By a 29-7 vote, the council approved a kosher food ordinance for the Israeli Army which guarantees that all religious soldiers are to receive kosher food. The Ministers of Defense and Religion were instructed to carry out the new law. Chiropractors Elect oi directors were Dr. H. B. Albea, Election of officers was held Dr Zene Tozcr and Dr Hiram by the Dade County Chiropractic F Po P e last week at the home of Prior to the meeting a dinner Dr. Z Tozer, 1H35 S.W. 10th was served on the patio of the St. I Tozer home. The following were elected: Dr. I J. R. Lasky, president: Dr. Daniel N. Home, vice president; Dr. R. F. Prigger, secretary-treasurer; Dr. John J. Kirton, educational director. Also elected to the board MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill o{ Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Authorized Sales and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 wins or loses, each and every county in Florida gets a cut on his bet. Yet if he gets into an argument in a pool room as to respective merits of race horses, and bets his friend that his filly or that mudlark will win, he is subject to arrest and conviction as a law breaker. The plain citizen surely cannot have much respect lor a law that permitts betting in H Meah and makes betting a misdemeanor on Miami Beach. A law that is neither logical nor en(orcable drives its violators underground. This gives an opening to the professional bookie, who can take any sized bet and pay off the largest jackpot within 2 minutes after the race. There is a close parallel between the bootlegger of the prohibition era and the bookmaker of the Truman age. Both flourished because of public contempt for a law that could not be enforced. Al Capone, olav hasholem, was the product of a system that made it a crime to carry a halfpint in one's hip pocket. When horse betting becomes illegal, a Syndicate of super bookies grows and prospers. So what is the remedy? A Vicious Situation Again I must repeat that the situation is of more than academic interest to the Jewish majority on Miami Beach. Last week Daniel P. Sullivan, Director of the Crime Commission of Greater Miami, addressed the American Veterans Committee. He "minced no words in his punch laden talk" and called by name the five Jewish magnates heading the Miami Beach Syndicate. It gave little Pleasure to read excerots of his s Peech quoted in the d'aily press about "gambling racketeers surrounding themselves with thugs iinc > gunmen ready to take Over abolished the Volstead farce, the effects were immediately felt, though the moral damage has not yet been repaired. When liquor selling became legal, there was no further place for the blind tiger, the bootlegger with his poisonous hooch, or the organized gang with the vice overlord. It seems ordinary common sense that if betting on horses were made legal, not only in Hialeah but in Dade County as well, the racket would instantly dry up. There would be no need to pay $50,000 rent to a Miami Beach hotel for a cigar concession that earns about $1,000 a year. Book making would then become a licensed business, with the operator paying his income tax, and the State getting its pari-mutual percentage. The Syndicate would immediately collapse. Will the Jewish community sit comfortably by and permit this cancer to eat into the vitals of private and public life? Or will it take a vigorous part in a campaign to induce the new Governor and legislature to make betting on horses a licensed business, carefully supervised by the State. Sholem Lodge Forms Arbitration Committee An arbitration committee has been established by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. for the pur pose of keening litigation involving Jewish persons out of court. The committee is composed of 15 men. including a rabbi, a doctor, attorneys, real estate brokers and other business and professional men. Small groups chosen for abilities or experience particularly suited to the case in hand, will be utilized each time. 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PAGE FOUR +Jelstinorkfton FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 m EDITORIAL IMMVI'N Constitution Constitutions are man made documents and, like all works of man, are subject to changes dictated by time and conditions. Israel's proposed Constitution, as released this week, will doubtlessly go through a process of interpretation similar to that of the American Constitution. The eternal elements in a constitution cae the moral forces and precepts behind its birth. Motivation is the source which shapes the character and the nature of the document. Where the objective is noble, the document must express nobility. The high purpose of the Israeli Constitution, with its provisions for human rights and the recognition of the dignity of man, is evident to all who read it. But the preamble to the Constitution, sensitive with vision and prophecy, is a document whose full appreciation must be left to the ages. Because it would be idle for us to attempt to illuminate the preamble with inadeguate words of our own, we give you its own language instead: "We, the People of Israel, Humbly giving thanks to Almighty God for having delivered us from the burden of exile and brought us back to our ancient land; Recalling the tenacious endurance of the generations of the Exile and their heroic sacrifices for the survival of our People and the preservation of its spiritual heritage; Gratefully remembering the faithful remnant who maintained the continuity of Jewish settlement in Palestine throughout the centuries, and the inspired efforts of the pioneers of the national revival; Resolved to rebuild our Commonwealth in accordance with the ideals of peace and WELL DONE rWC^^ft X CHANUKA 5709 righteousness of the Prophets of Israel, to welcome home every Jew who seeks entry, and to promote the security and well-being of all who dwell within our gates. Have Adopted The Following Constitution:". 1 ash •.. As 1948 draws to a close preparations have already begun for the forthcoming Combined Jewish Appeal under the auspices of the local Federation. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chair man of the United Jewish Appeal in an appeal last week said that we cannot consider the 1948 campaign f.nished until all pledges have been converted into cash. "All of us can look back with a real sense of satisfaction to the favorable developments that opened the road for greater Jewish resettlement and recovery, and to our own contribution to these developments through the UJA," Morgenthau said. "We still have one serious problem, however "We simpty do not have sufficient cash to make possible the continued flow of Immigration into the new State of Israel. Since the first of the year over 115,000 Jews have reached Israel, 23,000 of them in the month of November alone. The progress of that State has been the greatest satisfaction to all of us. That progress must not be retarded. Local leaders have joined in this plea to all contributors whose pledges these past years are as yet unpaid, to fulfill their obligations before the end of the year. It would be tragic indeed if the flow of immigration were to be curtailed or halted by the lack of cash with which to sustain it. The opportunity to solve the problem of the DPs and of other Jews in Europe who also need help so desperately, constitutes a challenge to our statesmenship which we dare not neglect. Hadassah Group To Hold Dinner Dance The Deborah Group of Hadassah has made final plans for the dinner dance to be held this Sunday evening at 6:30 at the Variety Club of the Alcazar Hotel in Miami. Mrs. Alexander Strauss is chairman. Mrs. Louis Gidney and Mrs. Joe Postol are co-chairmen. Serving on Mrs. Strauss' committee are Mesdames Norman Babel. Sam Coolick, Ed Dokson. Herbert Gutman, Alexander Robbins, Ralph Robbins and Jack Weinstein. Tickets are $15 per couple for dinner, dancing and entertainment. Dress is optional, and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Strauss 5-6733, or Mrs. Gidney or Mrs. Postol. Outlining a program for the coming year. Mrs. Leo Levin, president, disclosed plans to help to repair the war damage to the Haddash Hospital and Medical Center on Mt. Scopus, outside Jerusalem, as soon as possible and that the erection of an undergraduate medical school, the first in the Holy Land, is projected for 1949. Max Kletter To Appear At Plaza Starting Doc. 24 A return engagement at Miami Beach brings Max Kletter, operatic star and composer, to the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, for five days beginning December 24. Supporting Mr. Kletter will be the Feder Sisters who appeared with the headliner at the Miami Beach High school last year under j the auspices of Jacob Schachter. director of the Jewish Musical Hour. Next week's engagement will feature the three stars in songs, music and comedy skits. Mr. Kletter, an accomplished violinist, will play for the first time in this area. The trio of artists have appeared on stages in principal theatres in the north. Mr. Kletter. who has been heard on the radio for many years, has several recordings to his record, among them the Anniversary Waltz with a sale of more than a half million copies. New Kosher Meat Mkt. To Open On Beach The opening of a new meat and poultry market at 505-07 Meridian Ave. has been announced by Henry Bleicher who will open his doors to the public on Tuesday, December 21. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, is in charge of kashruth arrangements in the new establishment. According to Mr. Bleicher, meat will be delivered from the north in fifty to sixty hours to avoid washing enroute. A former New Yorker, Mr. Bleicher served in World War II until he was wounded in battle. He was associated with his father in the kosher meat and poultry business from the time of his boyhood and intends that the establishment will be operated strictly in accordance with Jewish law. The Meridan Ave. enterprise will be known as Bleicher's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market. The Mizrachi Women's Organization of America oversubscribed its Jewish National Fund quota last year by 11%. Junior Hadassah Will Sponsor Cocktail Party Plans are nearing completion for a cocktail party to be held by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah at the home of Sonnv Jaffee. 1895 S.W. 11th Terr., on'Sundav, December 26, at 8:30 p.m., according to Elaine Sachs, president. There will be dancing and entertainment provided by Renee Greenfield and Lillian Stein, vocalists, and Rita Jo Quartin, pianist. *Jenist fkridliar, Published every Friday tinea M %  y The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£ iixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Ln22r %  ? ec nd-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridlart has absorbed fD e d' W '\ > l Unity and *"• Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telearaphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Association. American Association of EnglishJewish Newtpaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year j 3.n0 Two Yeart t 600 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 50 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 KISLEV 15, 5709 Pioneer Women Will Give Chanuka Party A Chanuka latke party, the second of a series of parlor meetings, held by Kadimah Club of Pioneer Women will take place Thursday at the home of Mrs. Isadore Faber at 3470 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. The first in this series, a mombe-hip musicale. was held at the home of Mrs. Herman Honig at 2268 S.W. 16th Terr, yesterday with Mrs. Hy Sootin and Mrs. Sam Friedman as co-chairmen. Admission to the Chanuka party will be an article of women's cotton clothing, to be sent to Israel for the use of new immigrants. All types of clothing, underwear, dresses, playclothes, as well as towels, sheets and pillowcases are acceptable. Co-chairman for this clothing drive are Mrs. E. Decky and Mrs. S. Milman. Bel Ii Tfilah To Present Cantor Cantor Samuel Vigoda, world famous liturgical singer, will appear in a Chanuka concert at Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday night, December 26, at 8 o'clock. Cantor Vigodah, whose appearance here is meeting with considerable enthusiasm, according to Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, will conduct services at the synagogue Friday evening, December 24, at 5 o'clock and Saturday morning, December 25, at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be purchased at the synagogue or from the following committee members: H. Zeidman, Dade Kosher Market, 153 N.W. 5th St.; N. Kaplan, 423 Washington Ave.; I. Diamond, 843 Meridian Ave.; S. Hill, 1006 Meridian Ave. Israelite Sisterhood To Meet Wednesday The Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will hold a meeting Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at 3346 S.W. 24th St. The Sisterhood will sponsor a Chanuka card and mah jong party Thursday, December 30, at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club, Mrs. Irving Goldberg, chairman, announced. A Chanuka candle lighting ceremony will precede the games and Chanuka songs will be sung. Refreshments will be provided. Members of Mrs. Goldberg's committee are the Mesdames Finkelstein, Katz, Eisner, Gorman and Cohen. Tickets are fifty cents and proceeds will go towards the synagogue building fund. FOR CHANUKA Send your relatives and friends a one-year or two-year GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JEWISH FL0RIDIAN Chanuka means to the Jew what Christmas means to the Christian. At this time of the year gifts are in order. One gift that surely is in order is a subscription to THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. The adult will appreciate this weekly treat. 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TwiDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 g9MnHHBgH3| mHEffl IffHH mental in formulating the concept of an international ment to outlaw genocide. Mrs. Glasser To Attend AJC Thirtieth Birthday Conference in Philadelphia MlS Louis Glasser, national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, leaves this weekend for Philadelphia to attend the allday session at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel to mark the founding of the congress, thirty years ago. Among the leaders in the formation of the congress were such national figures as its incumbent president, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, a pioneer in the Zionist movement as well as a religious and civic leader; the late United States Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis; Louis Lipsky, a founder of the Zionist movement, and the late Nathan Straus, whose philanthropies served the entire American community. The congress, founded in December. 1918, was one of the first organizations to recognize the menace of Hitlerism and organized the historic Madison Square Garden meeting of March 27, 1933, which launched a world wide protest movement against Nazism. Through its commission of law and action and its commission on community interrelations, the congress constantly has worked to secure and protect full civil rights of all Americans. It filed the first state court brief against restrictive covenants in real estate agreements and submitted a brief to the U. S. Supreme Court leading to the decision which invalidated enforcement of such restrictive covenants. The congress drafted a fair educational practises bill and organized community backing which led to its passage in New York. On the international scene, the American Jewish Congress was instrumental in organizing the World Jewish Congress in 1936. The WJC now speaks in behalf of Jewish organizations in 65 countries. In joint efforts, the American Jewish Congress and the World Jewish Congress gathered extensive data on the Jewish catastrophe in Europe and formulated principles with regard to war criminals, property restitution, rehabilitation, human rights, and international relief which helped shape post war programs in those fields-. Many of those principles are embodied in World War II peace treaties. The American and World Jewish Congress have focused world attention on the precarious position ot Jews in Moslem lands, documented the failure to denazify Germany, championed an international bill of rights in the United Nations and were instru^JS^tPorldnan PAGE FIVE agreeDedication Of Beth El Set For Dec. 26 Plans are being formulated for the dedication of the Beth El Center and Religious school at 500 S.W. 17th Ave., on SundayDecember 26, at 2:30 p.m. Representatives of national and local communal agencies as well as leaders in the political, social and religious life of our community will attend as honored guests. The event will mark the formal opening of the structure which will house the cultural and socfal activities of Congregation Beth El. For the past two and one half years, Rabbi Murray Grauer has been the spiritual leader of this congregation. Sidney H. Palmer is chairman of the dedication committee. Serving with him are: P. Berkowitz, A. Pepper, H. Ginsburg, A. N. Baer, H. Goldberg, C. Adelman, L. Kaplan, H. Rifas, J. Temple, M. R. Silver, F. Shochet, A. Cantor, L. Green, D. Singer, W. Maer and Mrs. Chas. Stahl. Prizes Awarded To Jerome Weinkle, Mrs. Wellins In B'nai B'rith Drive Gables Zionists Meet The Coral Gables Zionist District will hold its first public meeting Sunday, December 26, at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. A prominent speaker will address the meeting and communitysinging led by a Masada group will follow. Chanuka refreshments will be served. Admission is free and there will be no solicitation of funds. Nat Roth of Miami, president of the Florida Fashion Mart, Tuesday was elected president of the National Association of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen in Kansas City, Mo. Sam Joseph, of Jacksonville, was named a regional vice president. Mr. Roth was one of the organizers of the Florida Fashion Mart created as a war project to con| serve fuel and resulting in a permanent organization which stages 1 salesmen's shows several times during the year. Roth has served as commander of the local Jewish War Veterans Post and is past state commander of the Jewish War Veterans. MME THE. 50-PRIZES-50 IN OUR SANTA CLAUS PACK No Rules — Just Writ* MAIL YOUR ENTRIES TODAY TO CONTEST JUDGES AT THE HOTEL J% kM/PfCTP*IC&/ m oteatofate HOTEL PINING1JOOM 800 WA$HIN6T0NAVE.MIAMI BEACH nss.iot//s,S8'f8ii /ttuiauncing, ON TUESDBV, DEC. 21st., 1948 BLEICHERS KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 505-7 MERIDIAN AVENUE New York FRESH KILLED Kosher Meat Under Supervision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Rev, M, Faber The Truman Forest soon to be planted in Israel by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America will contain 50,000 trees—one for each Mizrachi women in the United States. Climaxing the enrollment of 304 new members in the ranks of B'nai B'rith, awards for membership activity were made at Temple Israel Tuesday to Tropical Lodge, Jerome Weinkle of Sholem Lodge, and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter. Topping all individual effort, Weinkle secured 39 members and received as first prize a radio from his lodge and two tickets to the Orange Bowl football game from the B'nai B'rith Council. President Bill Pallot made the presentations. Best women's worker, already feted and presented with a silver platter by her own group, Mrs. A. Frank Wellins received a bracelet from the B'nai B'rith Council. Tropical Lodge came through the membership campaign with exactly 50 new members, meeting their quota of 50, and earning first prize, a bronze engraved plaque, the first annual council memebrship award given any lodge in this area. Twenty-two members enrolled more than five new Ben B'riths, entitling them to receive gold Menorah pins, while six will receive District Grand Lodge membership certificates for enrolling ten or more persons. The latter group includes: Jerome Weinkle, Milton A. Friedman, and Irving Saal of Sholem Lodge; Barnett Beckerman of Miami Beach Lodge; Gershon Miller and Irving Cypen of Tropical Lodge; Lou Sherman of North Shore Lodge; and Leonard Spiegel of Coral Gables Lodge. Sholem Women's Chapter, under the leadership of Chairman Mrs. Lenore Curtice, enrolled thirty-six ladies at their fashionbrunch Tuesday, two weeks after the official close of the drive. New members were greeted at ceremonies Tuesday closing the drive, when Maurice Bisgyer, national secretary of B'nai B'rith, spoke to greater Miami membership on his recent visits to Israel and the D.P. camps of Germany. DEAR PARENTS: KINDERGARTEN AND NURSERY provide a happy and constructive pre-school life for your child. 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PAGE SIX +Jen 1st fhr/dlktn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 Federation Budget Committee Nears End of 1949 Hearings, Meisel Reports i Dixie PI to Max Meisel, cl budgtt < Jewish Ft his w.-.ich has been n Septemb • • and analysis 61 agencies I the ye; 1949. The ree le by Mr. Meisel's 21-man committej •vili be thoroughly reviewed by the Federation"* >ard ol governors, which is composed of one delegate for the first 500 members of each of the organizations in Federation and a second delegate for those with memberships exceeding 500, plus 75 to 100 delegates-at-large. Not all of these organizations are beneficiaries of the Federation's fur.ds. The board of governors, which has final jurisdiction over the recommendations, is expected to approve them by the first of the year. The total amount required to fill applications after this approval will be I < goal for the 19-49 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign to be conducted by the Federation the first of the year. To get a clear picture of the work of the budget committee it is necessary to know that the function of the Federation is twofold: to serve as a planning body for local organizational activities, and to act a* a centralized fund raising and distributing agency. Serving as secretary to the budget committee, which falls under the Federation's community planning activities, is Max Gettir.ger, who has recently been added to the Federation staff as assistant director in charge of community planning. In addition to his duties with the budget committee, he has been assigned the task of completing the Jewish population survey which the Federation has been conducting in this area. Gettmger is also directing a study of the care for the aged in Miami as well as a study of leisure time agencies here. Gettinger comes to the Federation from the Jewish Community Council in Brooklyn. He has served as a case worker with the Jewish Welfare Bureau in Buffalo and was ir. charge of family case work and immigration resettlement with the Jewish Social Service Bureau in Detroit. As a worker with the Jewish Board of Guardians in New York. Gettinger worked among prisoners. From 1943-1945 he was a neuro-psychiatric worker in the Navy. He and Mrs. Gettinger expect to reside in Miami. Agencies which appeal to the budget committee for funds are Mf-ib n cf the budcet comrrrttee. Greater Miami Jewish e rested, (left to right) I. S. Shapoff. Joieph Duntov. Mrs. Lcuis G:asser, Max Me : sel. Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Harry P standing, Stuart Gordon, Dr. Frank Core 1 Lawience LevenlOti Joseph H. Gardner, Max Gettinger, on the Federation staff, tec re ry of the committee. Morton Russack. Samuel T. Sapiro, Leo Chaikin. Sam Goldman and Dr. David S. Ar.dron. Not pictured are Dr. Stanley Frehling, Milton Friedman, Maurice G. Furman, Milton Sirkin, Alfred Stone, Col. Elry Stone. divided into six categories: local agencies, overseas agenies, def( nse agencies, national service agencies, education and health and yeshivoth. The budget comsub-committee Is Mrs. Louis Glasser. Other members of this subcommittee are: Dr. David Andron, Leo Chaikin, Joseph Duntov, Sam Sapiro. The defense agency sub-committee is composed of Joseph Gardner, chairman: Lawrence Levenson. Alfred Stone. Sam Goldman is chairman of the national service agency group. Assisting him are: Dr. Stanley Frehling and Morton Russack. On the education and health sub-committee are: Max Meisel. chairman: Harrv Rabe. Louis Wolf. Chairman of the Yeshivoth committee is Elry Stone, who is aided by Milton Sirkin and Milton Friedman. Max Gettinger mittee numbers 21 and is divided into sub-committees, each of which considers applications falling under one of these categ On the local agencies sub-committee are: I. S. Shapoff. chairman: Dr. Frank Coret; Maurice Furman: Sam Goldman; Mrs, Abraham Goodman; and Stuart Gordon. Heading the overseas agency Beach Masada To Meet The study group of the Miami Beach Masada will meet at the home of Ted Nelson, 1320 Michigan Ave.. at 8 p.m. Monday. Subject for discussion will be •AutoEmancipation." a Zionist classic by Leo Pinsker. The group will hear modern recorded Israeli music. CLUB GRANADA introduces The Zwillionaires in "ZWILL'S A POPPIN" It's the Talk of The Town Zwing & Zway The Zwillionaire Way zany! whacky! zilarious! DON'T MISS MIAMI'S MOST ORIGINAL & BEST FORM OF FUN 3—SHOWS NIGHTLY—3 Full Course Dinners SI.50 Up It's well worth the trip 4897 S. W. 8th Street (On the Trail) Rev. Philip Fried Export Certified Mohel Graduate of Philadelphia Jewish Hospital Recommended by PHYSICIANS and RABBIS Phone 58-3659 ^ D. ROSNER Management Dietary Laws Phone 5-0041 r710S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI-. 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CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director Supplementing its program of He has children's activity initialed last)] week, the Coral Gables Jewish Center has inaugurated a full adult and young adult program on cultural, social, religious and recreational levels, it was announced by Robert Bergman, Center director. Adult courses, open to all without charge, will take place Monday evenings in the director's home, 920 S.W. 58th Ave. Two hour-long courses will be offered. Hebrew 1 (Modern Hebrew and the Prayerbook) and "Living a Jewish Life in the Modern World." Sixteen students have already enrolled. "After the first hour of Hebrew," Mr. Bergman said, "members of the class will be able to read the prayerbook and have a working knowledge of twentyfive basic words. After a month, students will have a command of the basic vocabulary of the n i n prayerbook, voRobert Bergman^^ fm the home, synagogue and festivals, as well as a minimal working grammar. The Sephardic pronunciation, current in Israel, wil be used throughout." "Jewish Life" is designed to discuss some of the urgent problems facing modern Jews. There will be eight lecture-discussions: 1. (a) The Problem, (b) Orthodoxy, Conservatism and Liberalism; 2. Chanuka, Christmas and Your Child; 3. Twentieth Century Shabbos; 4. Dietary Laws and Atom Bombs: 5. What Kind of Religion for Your Child's Peace of Mind? 6. Jewish Mourning Practices and Beliefs; 7. An Approach to Dignified and Effective Inter-faith Relations; 8. The Impact of the Jewish State. Classes in Hebrew and "Jewish Life" begin Monday evening, December 13, the former at 8 p.m.. the latter at 9:05. Refreshments will follow. Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2-4 p.m. will, from now until Chanuka, be devoted to making Chanuka decorations, gift-wrappings, greeting cards, table center-pieces. On these occasions, parents and others may come to the director's home for ali or part of each period. On Tuesday evenings at 8, the newly formed Center Adult Choir holds rehearsals under Mr. Bergman's direction, with rehearsals limited to one hour and a half. The Jewish Club Leader-Camp Counselor Teacher Training chapFreeserved as civilian ain at Fort Thomas, Ky., man Air Base, Ind., Selfridge Field (Oscoda Air Base). Mich., Wright Field-Vandalia Station, O., Ft. MeClellan, Ala. and Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. In addition to his Center work. Mr. Bergman is chaplain at Pratt Veterans Hospital. NOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks—Chops—Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED—5 1264 GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 1 V 3 DINING ROOM Now open to the public daily serving strictly kosher dinners. For Reservations Phone 5-6617 516 Washington Ave.. Miami Be.ich CATERING TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS Kovner To Award Prizes For Best "Israel" Poems The family of the late Harry Kovner, life-long Zionist and a business man whose hobby was poetry, has established three annual awards totalling S350 for poems on a Jewish theme. The first awards will be announced on November 1. 1949 for the year's best English poems, published or unpublished, on the "Israel Reborn" theme. There will be a first prize of S200, a second prize of $100, and a third prize of $50. The judges of the contest are Abraham M. Klein, Maurice Samuel and Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, editor of The Jewish Spectator, under whose auspices the prizes will be awarded. Poems entered in the contest should be typed in double space and mailed before midnight May 31, 1949 to: The Jewish Spectator, Kovner Poetry Prizes, 110 West 40th St., New York 18, N. Y. Harry Kovner was for many years a resident of Miami, where his widow and his son, Walter C. Kovner, are maintaining homes now. ^ with mzt 2oi j as good as home-made! 3 other tempting varieties with Rice • Noodles • Clear HO ROWITZ* MARGARETEN O condensed KOSHIR CANHID CH/CWW SOUPS like all the other HOROWITZMARGARETEN S0SHEI C ANNED CHICKEN PRODUCTS Beth Sholom Will Sponsor Bazaar Madame Zaza, seeress who has been consulted by some of the nation's most prominent people, will be one of the featured attractions at the bazaar sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood in the Temple patio Wednesday and Thursday, Mrs. Bess Nelson, bazaar chairman announced. The bazaar will be open from 11 a.m. to midnight both days. Merchandise of all kinds will be on sale at booths and hamburger luncheons and full course dinners will be served. According to Mrs. Nelson, there will be games, gifts and movies for children as well as turkey trots and dancing for adults. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlsli fhrlcflan Personally Speaking ... Roberta Weiner To Appear In Concert FRIDAY, DECE MBER 17 l948 Talented twelve year old Roberta Weiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Weiner, 2256 S.W. 5th St., will appear as vocalist on the Caesar La Monica band concert at Bayfront Park Monday evening at 7:45. Roberta, who with her parents moved from Pittsburgh to Miami three years ago, won a superior test sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs last A daughter, Lizabeth, was born recently at St. Francis Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levkoff. 1011 Bay Drive. Mr. Levkotf is comptroller for Morris Brothers Department Stores. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Cirlin, 1754 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have returned home after a five week sojourn in Phoenix, Arizona, and California and one week in Chicago, where Dr. Cirlin attended the convention of the American Academy of Dermatology. They also visited their son, Byron, who is a cadet at Riverside Military Academy at Gainesville, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. J. Baida will celebrate the first birthday of their son, David Tobias, with a party Sunday from 2:30 to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Baida's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sperling, rating in a statewide 3545 S.W. 3rd Ave. The boy's godparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sincoff, who are visiting from New York, will attend. Mrs. Sadie Pont will honor her new grandson, Edwin Stephen, at a Pidyon Haben at her home, 2611 S.W. 5th Ave., Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont. Mrs. Pont's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Zalkin of Charleston, S. C, are in town for the affair. Miss Dorothy Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Golden, 1040 S.W. 6th St., is expected in Miami this weekend to spend the holidays with her parents. Dorothy, who is a sophomore at Duke University, is the second Jewish girl in the history of the school to become president of Sandals, a women's leadership sorority. %  %  %  *. David, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, is recovering from a tonsilectomy. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Weinkle and daughter Romelle, who have been living in New York, have moved to Miami Beach and are residing at 3586 Flamingo Drive. Mrs. Weinkle is the former Reggie Goldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein of this city. The Weinkles entertained last Sunday at garden party in honor of the birthdays of Carl Weinkle and Dr. Isaac Weinkle. Wintering in Miami Beach at 1032 Michigan Ave. are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Samovitz of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. %  *.* %  %  Miss Barbara Weiner, daughter of the Milton Weiners, 3020 S.W. 4th Ave., and her room mate, Miss Marilyn Goodman, daughter of the Samuel A. Goodmans, 6780 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, are expected home for the holidays from Vanderbiltbilt University this weekend. The girls are freshmen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101 S.W. 20th Ave., will hold open house Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 in honor of their daughter Shirley's wedding to James Ellison of San Francisco, which will take place in the California city on Sunday. %  • %  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols of Baltimore, Md., are spending the winter at 815 West 39th St., Miami Beach. Miss Joyce Rosengarten. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, 5960 Pine Tree Drive, arrives today to spend the holidavs with her parents. Miss Rosengarten, a student at Ohio State University, will have as her house guest Miss Audrey Fleischner of Bristol, Conn. Miss Fleischner is a student at Emerson University, Boston. Moe Feinaold, who accompanied by Mrs. Feingold recently flew to California for o visit with relatives, returned to Miami this week. Mrs. Feingold is expected to arrive in Miami in several weeks. -..., ,....,. — t. Miss Dorothy Sheff Dorothy Sheff's Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sheff, 1050 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy, to Merritt N. Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Abrams, 2045 North Bay Rd. The bride-elect attended schools in Arlington, Va., and Blackstone College, Blackstone, Va., where she was a member of Phi Delta sorority. Mr. Abrams is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Miami, where he was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi. No date has been set for the wedding. Muriel F. Segal Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Morris s. Sega, nf New York and Deal, N J ?* announced the engage,^ V Q their daughter, Muriel Felice t Leonard Viner, son of Mr '2 D "c "andC"" f WaShi "^ L). c. and Miami Beach Miss Segal is a granddaughter of Mrs^ Benjamin Landau and the late Mr. Landau, and a great granddaughter of Mis. Regina Joyce Shabat Pledged To Joseph Flaks The engagement of Joyce Shabat to Joseph (Buddy) Flaks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Flaks, Baltimore, Md., has been announced by her mother Mrs. "ATBOTH THEATRES. irpiemiiL^oiT. Sisterhood To Hold Weekly Games Party The Sisterhood of the Congregation Beth El is sponsoring a weekly games party which takes ->lare every Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Admission is a small gift which will be sold at the White Elephant booth at the bazaar to be held from January 8 to 15. Mrs. Eugene Schwartz. 1930 S.W. 5th St.. is chairman of the event. PATRONIZE AND SAVE FOR CHANUKA AND HOLIDAY GIFTS Best Plastic Tablecloths White Lace. Multicolored, Delightful Floral Designs All Colors & Sizes Aprons to Match Shower Curtains and all Household Appliance Covers Also Plush Stuffed Animals and Dolls Personality Imprint Novaltiei Napkins Matches Bar Mitzva Place Cards, etc. MRS. SOL GUTSTEIN 3010 S. W. 19th Terrace Ph. 4-5825 Roberta Weiner year. As a result of this honor, she was chosen as a representative of Miami to sing at a convention of the state music clubs at McAllister Hotel. Roberta has appeared before large civic organizations throughJ out the city many times and has entertained the soldiers at Pratt Hospital on several occasions. She has also appeared on Eve Telegan's Charm School of the Air over WQAM. Many widely known critics have acclaimed her for her poise, charm and general ability. Coached by Louise Sparrenberger. Roberta is a soprano. She has chosen "Because" and 'Irish Lullaby" for Monday night's performance. KathyWohl Plans Party For Fiance Miss Kathy Wohl and her brother, Bert, will honor Jim Lewy. Miss Wohl's finance, December 22 at a Vacation Capers party at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl 1238 N.E. 96th St. Mr. Lewy, who arrives December 17 for a visit at the Wohl home, is completing his last semester at the University of Michigan, from which Miss Wohl graduated last June. When Mr. Lewy returns to his home in Chicago December 23, Miss Wohl will go north for a visit with his parents and they will be hosts to a group of friends at a New Year's eve party. From Chicago Miss Wohl will go to Philadelphia, where she will visit her former college room mate, Mrs. David Weiss, the formerly Molly Ann Boyell of Miami. Miss Wohl will return home January 4. She and her fiance are planning • spring wdding. Muriel Felice Segal Margareten of the well-known Horowitz-Margareten firm. Miss Segal attended the Knox school in Cooperstown, N. Y., also studied at Columbia University, and the Dramatic Workshop of the New School. She was graduated from the University of Arizona. Mr. Viner attended the Pennsylvania Military Academy in Chester, Pa. and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. During the recent war, he worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is quite active in leading philanthropic organizations in Washington. Afiss Joyce Shabat Dorothy Shabat, 720 West 50th St., Miami Beach. Miss Shabat, who was graduated from Miami Beach High, is now a sophomore at the University of Miami. A gradruate of Charlotte Hall Military Academy, Mr. Flaks served in the Navy for three and one-half years. No date has been set for the wedding. Claire Pinnas To Wed Dr. Pushkin Mrs. Anna Pinnas of 2543 S.W. 13th St., anonunces the engagement of her daughter, Claire, to Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin of 230 S.W. 29th Road. Miss Pinnas is a graduate of Weequahic High school, Newark, N. J., and was assistant to the chief radiologist at the Newark Beth Israel Hospital for four years. Dr. Pushkin, q granduate of Annapolis, Maryland, High school, attended St. John's College (Annapolis), Pennsylvania State College of Optemetry, and Ohio State University. During the war, he served as army optometrist for two and a half years. Dr. Pushkin has been in practice in Miami since his discharge from the service two years ago. Wedding plans are being made va January 1* Eileen Sigman Is Betrothed to XV Man The betrothal of Eileen Sigman to Sy Gitlin has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sigman, 326 S.W. 14th Ave. Mr. Gitlin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gitlin, New Rochelle, N. Y. The bride-elect attended schools in New Jersey and the University of Miami. Her fiance was graduated from New York schools and served in the paratroops for three years. The wedding will take place next June in New York. & SUEDE CORDUROY JACKET '25 Soft suede corduroy—richly textured. 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ppjpAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 Henrietta Jacobs, Ron's Bell United In a ceremony at Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Sunday Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman united in marriage Henrietta Jacobs and Boris I. Bell. The bride, who is a daughter 0 f Mr. ;md Mrs. Morris Jacobs of Miami, is a graduate of Miami High She is a member of the Club Kverglades and the Miami yM-YWHA. Mr. Bell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bell of Houston, Tex. He attended the University of Texas and the University of Houston. He served with the U. S. Air Force for three and one half years and is now managing the Bell Insurance Agency in Houston. He is a member of the Workmen's Circle and Alphi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The bride chose a white brocade dress with a bertha neckline made of net for the ceremony. She wore a double strand pearl necklace and carried a colonial bouquet consisting of roses and camellias. Mrs. Phil Weiner was her sister's only attendant. Louis Plott was Mr. Bell's best man. Ushers were Phil Weiner, brother-in-law of the bride, and Aaron Aronoff. Miss Janice Waitsman, niece of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly." Mis. Kitty Laber, another sister of the bride, kept the guest book. After a wedding trip through Florida and Georgia, the couple will motor to Houston, where they will make their home. Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. Bell will honor their son and daughter-in-law at a reception January 2. Out-of-town guests who attended the wedding were: Mrs. Helen B. Kapiloff, sister of the groom and her son David, Mrs. Eva Green, Mrs. Luba Weiss, Mrs. William Weintraub, Mrs. Ben E. Rabhan. Louis Platt, all from Houston, TIN.. Mrs. I. We-incr from Gal—LeMan Photo Mrs. Boris I. Bell veston, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Merlin from Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jacobs, brother and sister-inlaw of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rose from Durham, N. C; Mrs. Erlick, Paterson, N. J. The bride's sister, Mrs. Ann Wackesman flew from Fairbanks, Alaska, especially for the wedding. RabbiMeschelof f to Begin Forum Series Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will open his twelfth series of Friday night forum., at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Miami Beach, tonight at 8:30. Tii is year's forums will be opened with a series of three lectures presenting the historic background of the holiday of Chanuka in the |i K ht of present developments in Israel. "The Struggle for Light" will be the subject this Friday night. It will compare the modern Zionist movement with the organization of resistance founded bv Mattathias. "The Struggle for Right" will be the theme of next week's forum. It will compare the basic principles for the wars of Judas Maccabee with the present victories in Israel. "The Struggle for Empire" will complete the trilogy on December 30. It will present the causes for the downfall of the second Jewish commonwealth, and will discuss the problems of the present government in Israel. The series of lectures is open to the public. Communal singing will open and close each forum. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, ordained by the Yeshiva, and a Phi Beta Kappa, graduate of the College of the City of New York is a member of the national executive committee of the Rabbinical Council of America, and secretary of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. In his twelve years service in this comPAGE NINE Women Of WC 692 Sponsor Card Party Women's Branch No. 692 of the Workmen's Circle is sponsoring a card party tomorrow night at 8:30 at the Mew Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Admission is fifty cents and proceeds will be used for the adoption of a child overseas. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ida Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave. For information call 5-1031. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff munity he has helped found a number of local Jewish organizations and is represented on the boards of many others. He is active in both Jewish and non-Jewish cultural and philanthropic societies. Room with Kitchen Privileges or Board In Strictly Kosher Home Wanted by mother and extraordinarily friendly 3' year old child. Mrs. G.. Box 2973. Miami 18 CAN YOU USE Efficient, conscientious SecretaryStenographer. 10 years diversified experience. Also bookkeeping. Strictly Orthodox—Don't work Saturdays. Part or full time. Mrs. E. G., Box 2973. Miami 18 • —Ardmore Studio Rabbi Leon Kronish, Jack Lawson, membership chairman. Sam Lachman, president, Louis J. Krensky, chairman of the board, (left to right) are shown discussing membership drive of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach, under the leadership of Jack Lawson, who has organised "Congregational Commando" teams to ^nlist the unaffiliated in Temple Beth Sholom. Tau Alpha Omega Dance Hungarian Tau Alpha Omega Social Club is sponsoring a Silhouette Dance December 23 at 8 p.m. at the American Culture Club, 390 N.W. 2nd Ave. Entertainment will be provided. For tickets and additional information, call Cynthia Fine at 48-0023. CONGREGATION 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 Ave.; I. Diamond, 843 Meridian Ave.; Simon Hill. 1006 Meridian Ave„ Miami Beach: in Miami. H. Zaidman. 153 N. W. 5th St. Anna Grossberg II IAS To Present Concert Sunday The HIAS Peoples Tourist Committee will hold a concert Sunday in the Miami Beach High school auditorium, 14th St. and Drexel Ave., Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Anna Grossberg, star comedienne of the Polish Banda, will headline the program. Other participants will be: Cantor J. Y. Goldring, Miami Beach Jewish Center; Sofie Kemper, radio performer and folk song interpreter; the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Choir, which will present selections in Hebrew, Yiddish and English. Anyuta Melicov will serve as piano accompanist. Joseph L. Tepper is chairman for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller are defraying all expenses for the concert. A program of speaking engagements for Greenberg is being arranged by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. He will speak at a Young Judaea Leader's Council meeting Tuesday at the home of Libby Hochman at 560 Michigan Ave. Greenberg will speak before a mass meeting of all Jr. Hadassah, Masada and IZFA chapters Wednesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave and on Thursday evening he will address 100 S enior Judaeans. A nlw"lmniigrant-adjustment center will !• %  **** X vear in the environs of Tel AVIV S the Junior Mizrachi Women s Organization of America. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI, FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST IN FLORIDA 43, divorced, college education. Wishes to marry girl, widow, divorcee 32-40, healthy, cultured, possessing any reliable profession or some means. Write J. F., Box 2973. Miami 18 EVELYN BAUER 724 Washington Avenue Miami Beach (Wm. Penn Hotel) Ph. 5-0851 Ph. 48-6031 Jewish Letter Writing Public Stenographer—Translator Bookkeeping Services LILLIAN III TRUANT'S list Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER THE GREATER MIAMI VAAR IIAKASIIRI I II The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Organized by the following Congregations and their Rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center—Rabbi I. Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi L. Kronish Beth El Congregation—Rabbi M. Grauer Beth David Congregation—Rabbi M. Shapiro Congregation Beth Tfilah—Rabbi J. E. Raekovsky for the public welfare of the Jewish community to assist them in matters appertaining to Kashruth, furnishes the following "KASHRUTH GUIDE" as a free service to the public: Miami Beach Berman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave. S. & H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave. Malter's Live Poultry, 436 Collins Ave. Royal Packing Meat Co., 515 Collins Ave. (Wholesale Only) Norman Kaplan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 552 Washington Ave. T.obel's Koshej Meat & Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave. Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St. Hoffman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Miami N. W. Section Ideal Live Poultrv Inc., 155 N.W. 5th St. (Wholesale Only) Sam's Live Poultry Inc., 2011 S.W. 8th St. (Poultry Only) Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 153 N.W. 5th St. Florida National Kosher Provision, 230 N.W. 5th St. National Kosher Meat & Poultry Co., 230 N.W. 5th St. Miami S.W. Section Sam's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave. Quality Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St. B & B Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave. Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S.W. 27th Ave. Perril's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 5108 S.W. 8th St. Miami N.E. Section Florida Wholesale. 50 N.E. 14th St. (Wholesale OnlyJ Coral Way Section Malter's Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way South Miami Section Adler's Poultry Farm, 853 Sunset Drive (Wholesale Only) Look for the sign of the G.M.V.H. in the meat market before you buy your Kosher product. Look for the G.M.V.H. ring or the chicken before you buy in any live poultry market. The sign of G.M.V.H. is your assurance for Kashruth. For any information about Kashruth call Rabbi J. E. Raekovsky, Director of the G.M.V.H., at 5-3595. Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. A. M. Bear. Vice Pres. S. Lobel. Treas.



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J^DKT Pioneer Women To Give Chanuka Fetes Tin' I'luiii'iT Women, (.I'M. i Mi •\i'i:.nn i'lul>. will linlil .i lutkc .iiul .ii.l pill t\ Sim.l.iv inr.lil .il ;i o'clock .ii ilif I'l'iir.n 'notion Both I'l. 1M)0 s \V 17th AMMI-: All-ill Munnej will sinii .MI.II selections accompanied b> Mi Jennie Cameron .M the pi.mo Tickets urc si 00 und proceeds u ill i',< to Hi.' Child Welfare Fund, Mi-; p. MI l Ki H'I'.I'I. chairman, an uounccd The l • i.Mi.ii Women, Club No Pwo .'i Miami Bench announces i a) Mi and Mrs Joe Minttes are ri\ ui;-. .i Chanuka pai iy .il tl><' Kducational Lyceum, :':< Wasli Ion Ave., Monday, December 27 Dinner will be served .it <* p.m, A concert and other entertainment H-III follow the dinner Admission $\ i>,' Proceeds ill !:>< to the Moap ath fund, ol w hich Mrs Mn i '" %  is chairman I'!;,. Pioncci \\ omen, Club N.< One, Miami Beach, will hold a Chanul In nl .it the Park Cen u' Ocean Dr Sundaj IV,. nbei 2tf, al : ; p in C ail nan M %  '" I announced l .itkcis will .-,' sen ed and all .•.• w ill be played .... %  also ude a o n t Palest M thday i a Prophecy." .i .• .• %  in %  • • -, akei usical ii.. • .-. \ Mi s All* I MJ nnes ....'.'. IU\1 l\> Ml >-. %  on at I p %  ••-• group an held the si • • •' %  id .'• %  sdj j > • %  .: • at vV ; .;..:. : T Nat I Council Plans Dinner Dance Jan. 9 \ S .'-<: '..\S >. ....'.• %  ... • ... .' .'.'.. -.'. > '. •,s : '. • S. N :. • s '. Mrs .-..-' .-• %  • ... %  ... • %  %  •. Annual CJEWF Assembly Set For January 14-17 The r.'tli annual General Asgembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. designed ( %  be "the national operating Assembly %  • %  the Jewish community organizations," will be held January M IT. at Philadelphia's Bellevue Stratford Hotel, it was announced by Stanley C. Myers. CJFWF piesuient. 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Mm? FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 +Jmist fhridfiar PAGE ELEVEN Max N. Kroioff Highlights JDA Slate Conference Comparing anti-Semitism to a raging fire, Max N. Kroioff, Atlanta civic leader and chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of E'nai B'rith District No. 5, urged that fire precautionary measures be taken now before the flame, fanned by a depression, begins to spread and brings on destruction. on the subject other literature were discussed. Leonard L. Abess presided over the afternoon session which began with a welcome to the conference from Miami Beach Mayor Marcie Liebeiman. Following Kroloff's address, Maurice Bisgyer briefly discused anti-Semitism in Europe and the course which B'nai B'rith is taking in attempting to eradicate it. A highlight of the parley's proceedings was a question and answer period in which conference delegates discussed local Sneaking before over two hunProblems and exchanged experispt m s ences. dred Jew.sn community leaders, The confercnce { d i at the f.rst Florida Conference oil e of the f „ n the Joint Defense Appeal held at & "Be it reso ived that Ms the Roney Plaza last Sunday Florida gtate R Kroioff asserted that "this period ence caU J of intensifying world conflict with munities ^ statc totalitarianism makes t more the cu Joint Defe 3? £S~ L ha M U M e ^; Campaign for $6,826,115 required States B'nai B'rith Women To Hear Kurt Singer Dr. Kurt Singer, author, foreign correspondent and authority on international affairs, will be the guest of the North Shore Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith at an author's luncheon Monday, 12:30 p.m., December 27 at the Colony Restaurant, President Mrs. Stanley Phillips has announced. r.. c Ralph Bargteil, ur. binger, whose most recent' nounced Hebrew School To Hold Chanuka Latke Party Plans are being formulated by the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation for a Chanuka latke party to take place in the rumpus room of the school Sunday, December 26. Mrs. Herman Needelman and Mrs. Henry Steinbach are co-chairmen of the event. Children of the Hebrew and Sunday School will present a Chtnuka play in the auditorium Sunday morning, January 2. Mrs. chairman, anfreedoms in the United be not only safeguarded extended. The liberties of Americans cannot be forgotten or overlooked and attention withdrawn from them, despite the involvement of Americans with world problems." "In fact," Kroioff continued, "the very solution of these international problems—the triumph of democratic American ideals and principles in all the world— cannot in any way be separated from the very real issue of the traditional democratic rights of all Americans. Our record at home is our record abroad." The all-day conference, which was arranged by co-chairmen Leonard L. Abess, Miami Beach, and Harry W. Reinstine, Jacksonville, explored the steps local communities can take to gear their campaigns for democratic liberties with the coordinated program of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League. The morning session, presided over by Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'na B'rith Lodges, was devoted to a discussion of audio visual aids for better human relations. Two films, Irving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship" and "Make Way for Youth," were shown and radio transcriptions, pamphlets and to make the work of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith effective in our communal life, and that the communities of this state raise and contribute their fair and equitable share of this national goal." Gartenberg And Schecter Open Helene Hotel The long established partnership of Gartenberg and Schecter have announced the opening under their management of the Helene Hotel 1030 15th St., Miami Beach. They formerly operated the Pioneer Country Club, Greenfield Park, New York, the Clarendon Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey, and the Alton on Miami Beach. The Helene features a strictly kosher dining room which is open 10 the public. Special attention will be given to weddings. Bar Mitzvahs and other social functions. book "Three Thousand Years of Espionage" was published December 7, will review the circumstances surrounding publication of this and other exposes of communism and fascism. His book "Spies and Traitors of World War II" has been trans-! men. lated into 15 languages and has been highly praised by Walter Winchell and literary critics throughout the east. Dr. Singer has lectured before more than five million persons in this country and has contributed feature articles to the Saturday Evening Post, American magazine, Liberty, the New York Times and the New York Herald Tribune. He is a member of the United Nation's speakers research committee and is now a resident of Coral Gables where he is engaged in completing a novel. The committee in charge of the affair is headed by Mrs. Mark Silverstein who will be assisted by Mrs. Sol Schwartz, Mrs. Sol Hayman, Mrs. Selma Leban, Mrs. George Gallander and Mrs. David Shiftman. Highlight of a membership rally to be held Wednesday evening, January 5, will be a talk by Jack Bell, Herald columnist who recently returned from a tour of DP camps. Mrs. Peter Glazer and Mrs. Nathan Coulton are co-chairInfra Red Ray Bake Plus LUBY QUALITY Preparation before Painting. Any Car $57.50 S1.32 per week No money down 12 months to pay CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. FLACLER ST.. PH.9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE." PH. 28408 Newsbriei Robert Bergman, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be guest-speaker on Jacob Sehachter's Jewish Musical program today at 11 o'clock over WBAY. Dr. Saul Futterman has opened offices for the general practice of medicine at 4257 West Flagler St., Miami. 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. Brooks Unveiling Sunday The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Elka Brooks of Miami Beach will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Friends and relatives are in\ ited to attend. .; i.: r .iijiaimiimioM Mendelsohn's S Restaurant 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE TELEPHONE 5-9085 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear iniiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiniiiiimiimiiii ___— VICTOR NASATIR Factory Representative Available to Give You Personal Service and Information PHONE 58-6311 KOSHER ZION Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN Make your parties and functions desirable and satisfying by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your guests and family. Made with the fineat and freshest meat, under the itrictest Ka.hruth supervision, under government control. U.S.EST.No.l For your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, undsr the supervision of Rsbbi Sholem GedaHa Kalpass. DAVID MANASTER AND BROTHERS KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. 37th St and Normal Chicago. 111.. U.S.A. Tel. BOUlevard 9303 Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Biscayne Kennels Vie For Honors At Halfway The big race at the Biscayne Kennel Club is now between Beachcomber and his effort to set a new record for victories. On Wednesday, Dec. 8, he captured his 59th race, just one within the splendid record of Merrill Blair's great greyhound, Flashy Sir. With several days remaining for the first half of the Biscayne meeting it is quite likely the Paul Sutherland star will go right along adding to his prestige and wind up with a world record mark. Another big race at Biscayne is on between the different kennels. Up to and including Friday. Dec. 10, the L. M. Kirkpatrick establishment was one UD on the Fred Whitehead outfit, the former with 20 firsts against Whitehead's 19. The Randle Brothers' string of 12 firsts does not represent the true strength of the kennel as sickness has kept many of the Randle performers on the side lines. They'll be heard from in the near future. Top Price Piid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plus Bottle Depoiiti PHONE 2-4128 AUGUST BROS R Vr IS the BEST Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Ii Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks Released From Hospital Jack Burd, service officer of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans, has been discharged from Veterans Administration Hospital No. 81. Bronx, N. Y., where he has been confined since August 14 of this year, and is making his home at 471 N.W. 32nd PI. All correspondence for Mr. Burd should be sent c/o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline of 811 N.W. 13th St. Life Iniurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Ll*e Ina. Co. 907 Blaeayna Bldfl. Ph. 3-4618 Or 4-9981 Sao or phono J".S E f £ /§"? 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PAGE TWELVE t-Jewlstncrktton Beth Tfilah Elects New Officers Election of officers was held Tuesday night at Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The following were elected to offices: Israel Diamond, president: H. Zeidman, vice president; Simon Hill, treasurer; I. Sobel, recording secretary; Ira Shulman. corresponding secretary. The new board of directors includes: I. Kaplan, N. Kaplan, H. Zeidman, S. Hill, L. Linkeler, J. Levitt, Goldorsen, Vernor. Abrams, I. Shulman, W. Rothman, S. Schachno, J. Hutner. Rabbi J. Andron, Dr. David Andron, A. Katz, J. Kramer, L. Ohl. J. Weinberger, I. Sobel, Pike, I. Diamond, H. Sher, Shipzelman and Bornstein. A committee for installing the new officers was named by retiring president, N. Kaplan. The committee consists of: I. Diamond. H. Zeidman, Rabbi J. Andron. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and N. Kaplan will serve ex officio. The Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will hold a special meeting Wednesday. Plans will be made for a Chanuka latke party. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Manuel Posy To Speak At Zionist Luncheon Manuel Posy, director of the American Zionist Fund. National ZOA, will be the featured speaker at the luncheon club of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Wednesday at 12:15 at the National Hotel, Harold Shapiro, chairman, has announced. Aryeh Greenberg. national rosh (chairman^ of the expansion committee of Plugat Aliyah (Pioneer Movement to Israel), will be guest of honor. Mr. Greenberg is also a member of Kibbutz Aliyah, the first American General Zionist collective group, which plans for settlement in the near future. He has completed his preparation in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and was detained from leaving for Israel in order to do organization and expansion work in the United States. Aryeh Greenberg is well informed on all vital subjects pertaining to youth work and the present picture in Israel. He was the initiator and active worker in setting up Chug Aliyah groups, Young Judaea study groups. The public is invited. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT i'OfRT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 121114. KENNETH RYAN. Plaintiff, vs. FLORENCE RYAN. Defendant. THE STATE OF KI.ORIPA: TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYAN :.? Hill I-ne Hlcksville. L. I., New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 17 day of January, 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered against you. DATED this 16 day of December, 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court B< By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy (".• k SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 12 17-24-31 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undr the fictitious nan.. %  ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-123 S.E Second Street, Miami, Florida, intend to res -': said name with the I of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. ONEIDA LaRl'E AQCILINK SANTOS JUAN ORTIZ FRANK E SOLI >M< >N Attorney for oneida Cleaners 12 17-24-31 1 7-14 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNT* Jl'I'V.'-f. S9SJS IN AND FOR PAPE (OlNTl. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 21742. In K< : ESTATE OF SADIE B. RAFFEL, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: ^ ou. and ea--h of you. arc heiepx ed and required to present any b and demands which you. <>r ither of vou, may have against the of SADIB. B. RAFFEL, deI late of Pade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, Count} Judee of Pade County, and file the same in his office In the County i". irthouse In Pade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication here.-.iid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and t i be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Si 'ion 120 of the I9:i3 Probate Act S. SIDNEY RAFFEL, As Executor of tlie 1-ast Will and Testament of SADIE B. RAFFEL, i >ei eased. HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESy. Attorney for Executor :: 17-24-31 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORTHWEST MILLWoRKS at 7420 N.W, 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. CHESTER W. CLARK JOHN H. SCHMIDT ELRY BTl >NE Attorney for Chester W. Clark and John H. >. hmidt 12, 17-24-31 1 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HELPS BEAUTY SALON at 420 ESPANOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH, FI-oRIDA, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida, MIRIAM COHEN RENEE ETHEL ROLNICK WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Att' rneys for Applicants 12 17-24-m 1 7-14 Book Council To Hold Literary Symposium "The Future of Jewish Literature" will be the title of a symposium to be presented by the Miami Jewish Book Council at the Miami Y Thursday at 8 p.m. Dr. M. J. Glick will preside as moderator. Speakers will be Harry Simonhoff, Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The event has been arranged as part of national observance of Jewish Book Month. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BARRI MANUFACTURERS at 3100 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIKE BARISO ELMER OASKINS VALENTINE BUNETTA FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Barrl Manufacturers 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 908 Langford Building, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcuuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MONDRES AND COMPANY 908 Langford Building 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OLD CASTLE INN at 151 S.E. 2nd Street. Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clroult Court of Dade County, Florida, SOLOMON FAHBER JOHN VUNA TOUNILOYWU NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121061. HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA I. SWEET, bis wife. STANLEY C MOORE, and MRS. STANLEY C. MOORE, his wife, Defendants, SUIT To QUIET TITLE IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: JACOB B SWEET, and GENEVA I. SWEET, his Wife, STANLEY C. MooRE and MRS. STANLEY C. MOORE, his wife, if alive, and If dead, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, successors or assigns, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming interests by, through, under or against any ol the named defendants, deceased or otherwise, and to all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the following described land situate, lying and being in Pade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot :.n of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a Subdivision In Section 12. Township %  "! South, Range 40 Bast, according to the Revised Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book s. at I'ate 28 of the Public Records of Dado County, Florida. Lot 51 of TAMIAMI LAWNS a subdivision in Section 12, Township •' %  I South of Range 40 East, accordlng to the Revised Iiat thereof recorded in Plat Book 8 at Cage 28, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has been brought against you in the above entitled Court, in chancery, by the above named plaintiffs for the' purpose of quieting title to the above described property; said action being based upon possession by the plaintiffs under a tax deed from the State of Florida by E. B. Leatherman, based upon non-payment of taxes It is therefore ORDERED that vou and each of you file an appearance in the above styled cause In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, at the Court House In the City of Miami, .State of Florida on or before the 17 day of Januarv, 1949, to the Bill of Complaint brought against you by HAROLD JORDAHL and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, for the purpose of quieting title of the "M HAROLD JORDAHL and ALRORA JORDAHL. his wife as plaintiffs. In and to the above described property; otherwise the allegations In the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. It Is further ORDERED that this Order to Appear shall be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 14 day of December. A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C.'FEIGE. Deputy Clerk MARION BROOKS. Attorney Olympic. Bldg. 13.m-34.-Sl I/? NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN '". tUNTY JUDGE S COURT, DAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 17130. RE ESTATE 1 >F JOHN WATSON BREMNER, 1 •. • ased, Ni >TICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge is Administrator of the .state of JOHN WATSON BREMNER, deceased; and that on the 10 day of January, 1949, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for filial discharge as Administrator of the Statl Of JOHN WATSON BREMNER. >b, eased. This Kth day of December. 1948. HARRY MOLINEUX. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 12 10-17-24-81 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IX CHANCERY, No. IS 1805. SELMA KING, Plaintiff, vs. LEONKINO, Defendant. To; LEON KING i %  • Decnelm Farm Cok ny Farm No. 3, R.p. 1 Northampton, Pennsylvania and DAVID KAROL 1713 Cedar Street A lien tow ii, Pennsylvania iAs guardian of the estate of LE( >N KING) YOU ARE HEREBY 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 conit ssed by you. This order is to be published in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN <>nce each week for 'four consecutive weeks. Dated this I day of December. 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGB, MILTON FRIEDMAN. DePU,> *"*• Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold Building 12,10-17-24-31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Commercial Paint Products at 1208 >.. U 82nd Street, Miami, Florida. intend to legist,.,Ba id name with the '. f .J h c 'i"cult Courl of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL A. KATZ DORIS KATZ Co-Owners MARX FABER Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Building 12 I"1 7-21-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 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 regJh Cr ^ al .. nRI,,e wi,h ,he fl-rk of Florida. Coi,rt of Pade Co y. LOUIS ZAKARIN Bole Owner 11/2H 12/3-10-17. 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .h T J CI V S HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlmr to engage In business under the fictitious name of ui Ra phael B<""ta..rant nt 746 n^nd^ n ^^r a'cou^-^-,?^^^ 12/3-,0.n.,^ RA RAPHAEL 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 FIJORIDA: TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER KHAN. Lakewood Township, Ocean County, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered i" appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled 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 12 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDERI FJCT.T.OU. sad name with the Clerk of the Ci? cult Court of Dade County Florida WASMAN. SIL^I^KWZ' nViT-T6 > T2; 3 r,o A ?7 n,,pant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HERERYV.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engae. in &£%•% t he dl '' !" So" ine Tape Measure at 1420 MW M 8a^S N n£ Rr EN8ER .ll.lt/S.lMT t 4 W NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 21715. 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 either of you, may have against the estate of Ix>uis Mogul, deceased, late of Pade County, Florida, to the Hon. W IV Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Pade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal 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 8, A.D. 1948. ESTHER MOGUL, As Executrix of the last Will and Testament of Louis Mogul, Deceased. HERBERT E KAUFMAN Attorney for Executrix 12 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LARRY MARKS & CO. (not Inc.) at 127 N. \V. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY MARKS MURRAY MARKS AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 505 Olympia Building 12/10-17-24-31 1/7 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, LEGAL NOTICE 1948 ix Asr&s^&gnSi nth JODICLVL CIRCUIT 9E T H FOR PADE COUNTY H r£ AN 't> IN CHANCERY No ii sV? RIDA ~ MAX NECKOWIT7 IM • VIOLA NECKOWIT7 'I";""* THE STATE OF F .optl,! endan 'TO: VIOLA NECKown';'' 1 In Care of MRS. RUTH rctr> 624 Cherry Street GUDA Vlneland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and M to appear to the Bill of c,?m*i der *< 1 Divorce filed against vl, !" ,tt> styled cause on or i,\. fnr th h p % ab ?^ of January. 1943: otherwise V d,y legations of the said Bill w ,1 b i\*. •>• as confessed against v.m e tal< PATED this 2 day rf n 1948. Xi of December, E Cle B rk '', A T" l:RMA *. (Circuit Court Seal) "'" t Cour ' Clerk. Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 12/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT (",i-KT.?=. N 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?V IS 25 Elliott Place Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and orders to appear to the Bill of c,,m,,i a(n ', Divorce filed against vou in styled cause on or bVfore Z tVl of January, 1949; otherwlaa, y legations 0 f said Bill wWlb?iSL* confessed against vou en a Dated: Deeemher 2, 1149 E c. B jxprriuauai, (Circuit Court Sea?, f C,rCU C " C1 k Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg Miami 32. Florida 12/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service at ."ilO Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAURICE L. YALMAN Sole. Owner 12/10-17-24-31 1/7 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 120421, Division F. CHARLES OTTO MOLPENHAUER and MARY MOLPENHAUER. his Wife, Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BOUDEN; and, if married, her spouse whose name is unknown, and if • •ither 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 anv right title or interest In or to the following described property situate, Iving and being in Dade County, Florida, !.'l". w i, t: 'ot ln Block 2-B of STREAMLAND GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof recorded In I lat Book 17. Page 27. of the Public r.erendants f DadC C Un,y FI rl f r an ,ee8 creditors and all parties claiming an Interest by, through, under or against the said efendants; and all parties known or unknown having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In or to the following described property situate, Ida to'wlf Dade County Flor 1 £&' i n .£ Iook 2B of STREAM• £**£ GARDENS, according to tilTi. ?•$ I' er,>of recorded in Plat Book 17, Page 27, of the PublicRecords of Dade County. Florida. m,,,?.i -P2 Sf h of >' ou ar e hereby •,h !" iV" e an a "P ea '-ance In the com, f ty n d „ a r. U8e before tne Clrcult Co n..? f < P ade c P. u nty. Florida, at the eEESZ CT M M Hou8e> M,aml Da,le h ,„Ih, ,99| a bl of Complaint vt it gainst yon by Charles Otto hisI w n i Rl r er R 2 d Mary Moldenhauer. and .!.nf. 1 th purpose of quieting de-nHK^^iS! the tl,le t0 a "ove tCti. AS ffiSP*£S ln and to the PlalnVinrv SKS&l tt0 M la nhau r and ill rj D J. o'ofnhauer. his wife, otherwise the allegations of the said Bill of gjnjPjalnt will be taken as co.-feUed 194 n 8 H Gti thls M dav of November. 8. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, 'Circuit Court 8&j Un,y Florlda By R. H. RICE, JR ALFRED KREISLER D PU ^ Clerk i „V.' rn ey f or P1 tntlffs. i<"> Pan American Bank Rid* r .'-\u.17.j4 "*" *** ola < NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .-tigae. In business under h e fictitious n" of \\ Indsor Manufacturing Co. al F 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida ,nVnd to XF& sa !" nam wl,h Clerk of Florida Ur f VU Coum v MAN ALCON ROBERT SAINPFRS WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Applleants 12/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP >-'>tioe is hereby given that Harold S, Abrams and Jay Donald Ogden on the 17th day of November, 1948. dissolved the co-partnership known as Ogden of Miami Cigar Stand, Win St and Blscayne Blvd.. Miami. Ha., and that Jay Donald Ogden la no longer %  ontiected with Ogden of Miami. II 26 12/3-10-17 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hereby given that the larrncrshlp, SUZANNE SLIPPER WOP. 34 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Honda, between EDWARD E JLASSER and STANFORD II GOLD!ERG has been dissolved. EDWARD E CI.ASSKR BANFORD H, H'lLPBERG 12/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Hie undersigned, desiring to engage InDUSlnesa under the fictitious name of lOEL'S SHOES at 34 North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florlda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. MEYER A WOLPE LEONARD WOLFE WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for ApplicantI1/19-2B 12/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I" ennage In business under the fictitious name of Mercury Cleaners at Miami Heaeh, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. SAMUEL LANGER 12/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Troplcraft at 2489 S. W. sih Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to reglslrr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County. Florida. IRVING SCHWARTZ Sole Owner 12/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desltimr to engage in business under the fictitious name 0 FIFTH STREET MEAT MARKET t 149 N. W. 5th Street. Miami. Klorirta. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florlda. SID WESTRICH ELRY STONE Attorney for Sid Westrlch 12/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .,.. ... NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil L.\ WSJ the undersigned, deslrin? to enp-'*' "1 business under the fictitious na-' HORNS FURNITURE EXCHA. •* at 5041-5043 S. W. 8th Street. Mi.''" 1 Florlda. Intend to register said !" with the Clerk of the Circuit < of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD HORN SIDNEY KALM LEO SHEINER Attorneyfor Applicants 1204-OS Pacific HuUdlruj, Miami. Fia W-U-tt-IMl '•* *



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pjyDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 New Deborah Group formed On Beach The Miami Beach Chapter of the Deborah Society was organized Wednesday at a luncheon at the National Hotel with Mrs. Ed Singer as hostess of the affair. The Deborah Society, founded in 1923 by Mrs. Dora Mones %  S| Mrs. Falk %  Mrs. Singer Shapiro, maintains a tuberculosis sanitarium at Browns Mill, N. J. The sanitarium, which is non-sectarian, offers its services free of charge to the needy. Mrs. Clara Falk, superintendent of the institution, attended the luncheon and will be present for the Southern premiere of "The Red Shoes" which will be sponsored by the society at the Flamingo Theatre on December 25. New Cabana Club Near Completion Demand for a business and social club by the Greater Miami Jewish Community has resulted in the construction by the Sirkin family of the new half million dollar Town and Beach Club, which will be completed in about three or four weeks. Located on the ocean at Lincoln Road the new cabana colony was so named because of the fact that, not only will it be directly on the ocean, but within a short walking distance of the business section of Lincoln Road. It is slated to be cne of the most exclusive town clubs for business men and a beach club for their families and vacationers. Every luxury and convenience has been anticipated by the noted designer and architect Igor Polevitzky. Ultra-modernistic and the largest of its type in South Florida, the Town and Beach Club will consist of 125 spacious concrete block cabanas. Each cabana is 10x16 feet, with private showers, two dressing rooms, cabinets, full length mirrors, special lighting, telephone and paging service. In addition to the cabanas, locker rooms to accommodate 250 members are located in a special building. The swimming pool is 36x100 feet, and holds 163,000 gallons of ocean water that is filtered and sterilized before it enters the pool and will be constantly recirculated to assure cleanliness and purity at all times. In addition, an elaborate sprayer system will be provided to aerate and cool the water. Night bathers will swim with underwater lighting. There will be three diving boards for the use of guests and aquatic diving performances. Other conveniences include a s Peeial dub house, lounge, openair and enclosed dining rooms, cardrooms, gymnasium, massage rooms, solariums, children's playground, a beach snack bar, dance Patio and many other features. The grounds of the new Town Bergman To Address Coral Gables Women Robert Bergman, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will be the principal speaker at the next regular meeting of the Coral Gables Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Tuesday, December 21, 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Mr. Bergman will speak on the subject: "Chanuka and Christmas," and will be introduced by chairman of the evening, Mrs Lawrence Simpkins. Announcement will be made of the recent appointment of Mrs. Arthur Winkleman as a BBYO advisor and youth chairman for the group, and plans will be told of the appropriation of the sum of $25 for the purchase of books dealing with inter-faith subjects for the promotion of inter-group relations. Reports will be heard from Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, chairman of the Coral Gables Chapter's Vets' Hospital service committee, on plans for a holiday party for members of the TB ward shortly. Betrothal Announced Announcement is made of the engagement of Elaine Winer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Winer of Cleveland, Ohio, to Jack Zageria, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Zageria, 1923 S.W. 23rd St. Miss Winer, now residing at 2772 S.W. 25th St., is a graduate of Ohio State University where she received her bacheler of arts. While attending the university she was a member of Chi Delta Phi honorary. She also attended Western Reserve School of Library Science. Mr. Zageria attended schools in Plainfield, N. J., and Miami. He is active in the Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith. +Je*istifhrkffofi PAGE THIRTEEN Flagler-Granada Group To Report On Journal A report breakfast on the journal of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center is slated for Sunday at 10 a.m. at Rosedale Restaurant. On the journal committee are: Robert Abel and Herman Feldman, co-chairmen; Sam Weber and Leo Rothstein, co-trustees; Sol Nisinoff, Al Feldman and Joe Masters, co-editors; Mrs. Robert Abel, chairman of jewels and well wishes; Paul Sarver, financial secretary; Shirley Sarver, recording secretary; Dr. George Balber, Jack Cohen, Berry Clein, Hy Coverman, Lester Tenny, Mrs. Ben Clein, Mrs. Rose Isaacson, Bernice Segal, Sylvia Kirschner, Lillian Lang, Goldie Adelman, team captains. and Beach Club will front 400 feet on Lincoln Road and extend easterly another 275 feet on the ocean. There will be two main buildings for cabanas and an administration building. Samuel Sutter has been named as manager of the club. Sutter, known in Greater Miami for the past 25 years as a "club management specialist" stated, "The Town and Beach Club will have the widest and finest accommodations south Florida has ever seen, and will create the perfect surroundings for an exclusive social club." GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 lilt Women's Hub To Hold Danee I'lans have been completed for the annual danee and fashion Bnow tu be sponsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Business and Professional Women at the Hyde Park Hotel Sunday at 8:30 P-m., Miriai • V^ Goldstein, chairman, announced. %  • Fashions will be presented by "' M Goldstein Cherry's Twin Shops, Miami Beach, with Jacqueline May as commentator. Rickey Carmen's orchestra will provide music for dancing. Admission is $1.50 per person and part of the proceeds will be contributed to the Damon Runyon Memorial Cancer Fund. Dr. AndMrslWeiss Direct Mt. Pleasant Convalescent Home Announcement has been made of the change in management of the newly decorated Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home at 1408 N.E. Bayshore PI. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss are the new directors. Dr. Weiss maintains offices at 420 Lincoln Rd., where he practices chiropody. Mrs. Weiss is the active director of the home. Mrs. Weiss, the former Ruth Lieberman, attended Brooklyn College and is a graduate of Kings Tickets For Town Hall May Be Bought From Officers And Board Members Tickets for the Town Hall Forum Series, sponsored by Ternpie Israel, Miami Shores Community Church and Robertson Memorial Church, may be purchased from any of the officers or members of the board of directors of the corporation, Herman Binder, president announced. Speakers for the 1949 series include: Dr. Kurt Singer, author and linguist; Dr. Gerald Wendt, Israeli Songs To Highlight Meeting A Cavalcade of Palestinian songs will highlight the preChanuka meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob to be held at the synagogue Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Three sisters who received their childhood training in Palestine, Mrs. Jerome B. Gordon, Mrs. Bernard Kelemer and Mrs. Nathan Rabinowitz, will present the Palestine Pioneer songs of yesteryear and today. A Chanuka skit will also be presented by Mrs. M. Mescheloff, Mrs. Wm. Kline, Mrs. P. Pores, Mrs. J~ Felt and Mrs. C. Hoffspiegel. Mrs. Harold Turk will give a dramatic reading on theme of Chanuka. The Sisterhood meeting will be opened with the lighting of candles and a musical program presented by the Beth Jacob school choir under the direction of Philip Fried. editorial director of Science Illustrated; Eva Le Gallienne, actress and author; Franklin P. Adams, columnist, author, and "Information Please" regular; and Dr. E. C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa. Dr. Singer will inaugurate the series with a talk on "Behind the Iron Curtain," January 3. He will be followed by Dr. Wendt on January 27. Dr. Wendt is an authority on atomic energy and its use. Miss Le Gallienne will speak on "Theatre—1949" February 28. Adams' lecture on March 15 will be on "Sense and Nonsense." The subject of Dr. Nance's talk to be given April 6 will be "Successful Living." Other officers of Town Hall Forum, Inc., are: Harold B. Spaet, vice president; Henry E. Wolff, secretary; J. Gerald Lewis, treasurer. Members of the 1949 board of directors are: R. W. Apte, Jerome Cohen, Herbert U. Fiebelman, Louis Gillman, Stuart Gordon, Max Holtsberg, Baron ae Hirsch Meyer, Max Orovitz, Jules Pearlman, Phil Schiff, Monte Selig, William D. Singer, Joseph R. Stein, I. M. Weinstein, Myron Zeientz, Paul H. Marks and Isaac Joffe. Beth David To Hold Elections Sunday The annual election of officers and board of directors of Congregation Beth David will be held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. Final reports for the year will be given and memorial services for those members who died during the year 1948 will be held. Harry Markowitz, president, extends an invitation to all members of the congregation. Mrs. Eugene Weiss County Hospital School of Nursing. She was associated with Bellvue Hospital, Willard Parker Hospital and Kingston Avenue Hospital, New York. She is vice president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob. Dr. Weiss, the son of Rose and Jeremiah Weiss of this city, is a graduate of Miami Beach High. Long Island University and the First Institute of Podiatry-Chiropody in New York. Dr. Weiss is president of the Dade County Chiropody Association, editor of the Florida Journal of Chiropody, a member of the Anglers' Club and is active in many civic and Jewish organizations. Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home offers attractive home-like surrounding with 24-hour registered nurse care. There are spacious outdoor patios and porches and food is under the supervision of a dietician. Directors Of Beach AJC To Give Chanuka Brunch The third annual Chanuka brunch sponsored by the board of directors of the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at the Atlantis Hotel roof garden, 2655 Collins Ave. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz is general chairman. She will be assisted by Mrs. Jerome Kimball, publicity; Mrs. George Berk, program 1 Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI PRESENTS Metropolitan Opera Stars ee All* A •• JANUARY 15, 17, 18. 22 with MARJORIE LAWRENCE Selma Kaye—Frederick Jagel Nicola Moscona—Ivan Petroff TICKETS on sale at Burdine's 3rd floor, near bridge. Ph. 9-1332; Amidon's, Coral Gables; Cordelia's, Miami Beach Radio Co. 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KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th 8T.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA. Price 92JH a THE DIPLOMATIC POUCH: Arab-Jewish peace could have been achieved the day following Truman's victory in the Presidential elections This is the opinion of shrewd diplomatic observers who witnessed the moods at the United Nations session in Paris on the day that Truman's victory became known there The Israeli delegation was -invigorated, but the Arabs were the most downhearted delegates in the lobby of the Palais de Chaillot A feeling prevailed that an agreement could have been reached on that day and peace overtures could have been formularized. had Britain but confirmed to the Arabs how greatly the situation had changed The military success of the Israeli Army has cost British General Patrick A. Clayton—"father" of the famous proArab "Clayton Plan'*—his career Gen. Clayton would have been the hero of thr entire Middle East had the Arabs won their war against Israel • • Now he has been compelled to leave Cairo for Britain and retirement, a bitter and broken man His functions have been taken over partially by Harold Beeley, the pro-Arab and bitterly anti-Israeli British official of the Foreign Office who is considered the outstanding British expert on Arab-Jewish relations Boeley is reported to have assured Egyptian and Syrian delegates at the United Nations 'hat considerable aid would be forthcoming to the Arab countries —not only from Britain alone, but in the form of U.N. sanctions It was after this assurance that the "sanctions against Israel" campaign was started at the United Nations with Britian and China* taking the lead Nevertheless, some of the Arab countries, considered dealing directly with Israel as a better way out. These countries are militarily shattered by the success of Israeli arms, politically disturbed and economically unable to bear any longer the cost of waging a losing war NURSE Can accommodate 1 or 2 con valescents in nice spacious kosh home on the beach. Special diet and care for Cardiacs. 58-2014 Dr. Andron. Associates, Purchase Tower Hotel Announcement has been made of the sale of the 99-year ground lease and Tower Hotel at 6061 Collins Ave. to Dr. David S. Andron and associates. The Tower, built in 1941, is a seven-story, fireproof building with bedroom suites and hotel rooms. Among the hotel guests in recent years were the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Lord Beaverbrook, John Jacob Astor, James Roosevelt, Yehudi Menhuin, and many other internationally known people. Dr. Andron, ardent Zionist and president of the Hebrew Academy, is vice president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners' Association. He operates the Albion and Crest Hotels and is the former operator of the Pierre. He was also owner of the Alamac and Ocean Spray. David R. Isen, realtor, 420 Lin coin Road, consummated the deal. Attorneys Williams, Solomon and Katz represented the sellers, Lux Tower Corp., while Jack Burris of Goldstein, Klein and Burris represented Dr. Andron. Elections Held At Savannah Conference Leon H. Steinberg of Charleston, S. C, was elected president of the Southeast Region of the Friends of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at an education conference held last week in Savannah. Albert Tenenbaum, Savannah, and Jacob J. Becker, Jacksonville, were elected as co-chairmen of the region. They are to be assisted by an executive committee to consist of representatives from all conservative congregations and communities where there are Friends of the Seminary now organized. Meyer W Tenenbaum, Savannah, has been appointed chairman of the synagogue expansion committee of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America. This announcement was made by Macey Kronsberg president of the region, at the conference in Savannah. Jewish Quiz Box Q.: What is the definition of the term "Mitirah?" (Submitted by A.S.. Brooklyn, N. Y.) A.: The term "Mitzvah" comes from the Hebrew root "tzeevoh," which means "to command." "Mitzvah" therefore means "a commandment" and generally refers to any of the things which the Jewish religion, through the medium of the Torah, "commands" us to do or not to do. There are many sources which locate all these "Mitzvahs" in thr "Five Books of Moses." Later on, the term "Mitzvah," in the language of the rabbis, came to be r term denoting any act of humar kindness, so that today, for al most any good deed a person i? told he has performed a "Mitz vah." This is not stretching th< point too far because almost any favor or kindness that one maj do usually has its root in some "commandment" in the Bible. • Q.: How many "Mitzvahs" are there and where do we find the source for this count? A.: Authoritative sources, as early as the first century of thr Common Era, claim there are 613 of these commandments in the Bible. The first one to establish the count is said to be Rabbi Simon of Cairo, who wrote the famous "Halochoth Gedolos" around 900 C.E. He was followed by Saadia Gaon and other contemporaries. Perhaps the most extensive work on this subject may be that of the famous Maimonodies, who wrote the wellknown "Sefer Hamitzvahs" (the Book of Mitzvahs.) The number 613 seems to have been known for many years before Rabbi Simon. It is recorded in the very first publication of the Tasnatic Era (Pirke D'Reb Eliez er) dating as far back as the first century of the Common Era Thig source finds the symbol of the number 613 in the fact that the numerical values of the Hebrew word "Torah" amounts to 611. Tc this two is added because of the first two commandments uttered by Gold, resulting in a total of 613. 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^iv i DECEMBER 17. 1948 ^JwisJhFhridlgan ( | n Observance Of Jewish Book Month.. PAGE FIFTEEN Sponsored Locally by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Greater Miami Y.'s pad of Israel on Hebrew Culture D.. TM3 M I 1 TDVIMn By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Oijr generation has been privileged to see the State of 1 com e into being and the vision of Herz about to be realed Zionists look forward hopefully to the day when Ahad tram's dream will also come to complete fruition. 3 Ahad Ha'am. philosopher, essayist and one of the fathers Renaissance was the beauty and enchantment. The writer of the idea cultural center: of Hebrewgreat exponent Palestine as a center of wisdom, of Hebrew language and literature, of physical labor and purity of soul A centcr which will represent the Jewish people in miniature, so that who seeks a model of iif inc j j{ Jewish cultural life may there. Ahad Ha'am s ideas became early a part of the Zionist ideology, and to this day his influence is strong among the leaders of Israel. One of Ahad Ha'am's ardent disciples was Dr. Weizmann. Throughout the years of struggle and sacrifice, cultural and practical settlement work went hand in hand. And on May 14, 1948 when the State of Israel was proclaimed, it found a people in possession of a unified National Hebrew language, and a system of educational and technical institutions including the great Hebrew University. The high degree of literary progress continues despite the tense political situation prevailing in Israel. Over four hundred books were published last year covering every field of literature. One is struck by a significant phenomenon, the appearance of the younger generation on the literary stage. Among the authors of fiction and poetry books one finds mostly names of the young writers. It shows that the new Hebrew literature is gradually freeing itself from the influence of the school of the older writers. The older generation were motivated in fiction and poetry by romanticism, nostalgia and frustation. They reacted and were inspired by a foreign environment and in addition they were hampered by the limitation of the Bible-Hebrew they have to employ. The younger generation, on the other hand, has absorbed the Hebrew language with their mother's milk: a modern pliable language for the expression of the complex moods and situations of pioneer life. This year's novels and poetry are realistic and one feels and breathes the spirit of a beloved motherland in all its Chalutziuth Missions—A number of qualified men f !0m Israel will be sent out to the Galut on missions for Hebrew culture. They help alleviate shortage is young and peoples his stories with young men and women, and tells their personal problems and struggles with surrounding enemies. Indeed, one cannot imagine that these books could have been written anvwhere else except in Palestine. In the books of poetry one finds the best attributes of the old masters especially the influence of Bialik to which the new poets added their own imagry, acrostics and echoes. In poetry as well as in fiction one meets many women writers, a rare phenomenon in the history of Hebrew literature. For obvious reasons this year's output of books of fiction and poetry was smaller than in previous years, but they were richer and more colorful than ever before. There were also published many important works on Jewish history, religion, philosophy and on current events. • Israel is, indeed, an arsenal of Hebrew culture, precisely what Ahad Ha'am envisioned. Israel has, already, exerted a marked influence on American Jewry and renewed efforts to foster Hebrew culture are now being undertaken. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jenistfkrkftor FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 Dr. Andron Feted At Academy Dinner RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Dr Andron, feted ;it ;i |*U n>.-nuil dinner tendered by the Hebrew Academy, .'! which he is founder, Sunday night ;'.> Aron, Israeli wai hero, \\ ho was guest speaker stated that "the acaden j a like an echo ol the new rebirth of tho men! of this unique form of eul anc eni culture now emerging i" tural and educational prog ram Israel.' %  l choose Ki construe the trib Ral In ng Lchm esenl ute to me not .;> .; persoi al testi cd a >' %  kg silvi que J.' 1 Dr monial." the pioneci in Hebrew Vndron mition oi 1 edu education in this area said t>ut Icatior c ements foi the .;•• 1 ecogn lion ol • ,-•• %  ixlesi '". %  u nit) ure o( achievement I maj haw Cantor J V Goldring ol made to the welfare ol the cow Miami Beach Jew sh Centt n$ munit^ several li. ;• ... .-. ,. cms The :'. v I ...:. to D \ -. nj hoi us .--'• the < .. ,;t : e •• '•'.••• I w fh nu ked I %  >-r Schreib the I anniversary of 1 >e aca 1 tng Jew sh s %  > S 1 B domj w pre i : ::.-.:K educa Mi Jewish Community Center .Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. .j f \i ln| services al I: \: ,\ Kaufti %  l <"* r \ Max 1 On wtlt be 1 oet* ro S %  : % %  .. .. tand s.it I ii %  v > Hex. M *Jaj and u i I ..: I | %  •' %  atkil M i al • xv i %  • Coral Gable* Jewish Center (Liberal). i < for ( area at 1 at! i %  • -. %  • ,. • %  : .. at this .. ., t> ilcrs w • i i liaious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. l..il> services I a '" and ;>:i"> p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April. Pride.) evening services at 5.00 p.m. day morn i i services at 8:30 a.m Rabbi \; ril ... speak on "The • ,r Light and Darkness L'pon CSani I erele Kelemer will : •.;.< service. Mlahna class at Mil ha al %  "• :O0 p m. followed i gai doe. Th< Rabbi ill Portion of the Week. Sunda) ScbI at I I a.m.: Hi .i Rl. to 12:30 P.RI Daily aervl ea at T:M and t p-.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. "..,: '>s at 8:15. Sen • c or Lip Y %  Idring • %  %  : -•:>:( %  {! by r the direction social hall. The Dubllr attend the sen c. u reception at :30. ""' th Congregation Beth TfiUk i thodox). 935 Euclid Ave V?'Beach. Rabbi Joseph i S ovsky. nack Friday evening ...; %  .: .. .... Saturday morriins evening service at i speak on "The Portl The Rabbi will ad : gation on "Jacol 6 ^ Mincha at t %  ., Shalos Seudo, an |, to addressed by the Rabbi '/l 1 servieea. Bervl • %  s th by a class in J. ... Bl '. :"'l toma Maariv at | J *" d • Temple Isaiah (Reform), 4 92S Pri.lay SV| •..• | f Temple Israel (Reform), 1M N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kapl^ Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evealnc I lay n>orning.In recogn:ti r. %  v %  v..i. M.w ~ ich on The I new Beform coni United Jewish Scbools. Nortn Annual | Miami fold. t Campus University of Miami. %  IS, *v_ k *"*' *" %  %  ** %  ;iivs aillf Conarecation Beth Jacoc vCr; ^. 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21-NUMBER 50
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 177194?"
PRICE TEN CENTS
N Picks 3-Power Israel Commission
PARIS, OTA)The United Natiions General Assembly ad-
med its Paris session this week following the formation of a
Jestine conciliation commission composed of the United States,
j!ce and Turkey with the powers and functions formerly held
the U.N. Palestine mediator and the Security Council truce
nission.
, .esolution adopted by the as-
nbiy instructs the commission
assist the governments con-
jned to achieve a final settle-
tut on all outstanding questions
th regard to Palestine. At the
ne time, the assembly resolu-
called on the Palestine dis-
litants to seek agreement by ne-
gation either through the com-
ision or directly. The assembly
(reaffirmed the decision of a
j ago to place Jerusalem under
international regime.
[The assembly decision to set up
commission was adopted by a
of 35 to 15. with eight ab-
ntions. Voting for the resolu-
te were:
[Argentina. Australia, Belgium,
il, Canada, China, Colombia,
nmark, Dominican Republic,
uador, El Salvador, Ethiopia,
nee, Great Britain, Greece,
ti, Honduras. Iceland, Liberia,
xembourg, the Netherlands,
.Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway,
nama, Paraguay, Peru, the
lippir.es, Siam, Sweden, Tur-
South Africa, the United
Food For Israel
Irive To Begin
lero December 26
Zion Ginsburg, chairman
! the Food for Israel Drive of
i Miami Beach Zionist District,
(formed his committee that the
will start on Sunday, De-
nber 26, the beginning of
banuka.
|"An all out campaign for a
lanuka gift to our brethren in
pel will be conducted during
week of Chanuka," stated
Jisburg.
Ifred Stone, president of Mi-
Beach Zionist District, ap-
ted the following to assist Mr.
isburg on the Food for Israel
npaign; Saul Ashkenazy, Leon-
Barr, Mike Cooper, Leon J.
. Dr. E. J. Edelman, Paul Eis-
n. Jacob Fishman, S. A. Good-
Murray Goodman, Cantor
ruel Kelemer, Dr. L. G. Lytton
William Wagner.
States, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Against: Afghanistan, Byelorus-
sia, Czechosolovakia, Cuba, Egypt,
Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Poland.
Saudi Arabia, Syria, the Ukraine,
the Soviet Union, Yemen and
Yugoslavia.
Abstentions: Bolivia, Burma,
Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala.
India, Iran and Mexico.
Commenting on the assembly
resolution, an Israeli delegation
spokesman said: "Israel views
with satisfaction that the resolu-
tion contains no vestige of en-
dorsement of the late mediator's
report which the delegation de-
clared from the outset to be un-
acceptable even as a basis of dis-
cussion. Moreover, there is noth-
ing in the resolution which in-
validates in any way the basic-
principles of the Palestine resolu-
tion of Nov. 29, 1947."
Asserting that Israel has con-
sistently advocated a settlement
through, negotiationwhich the
assembly now provides the
spokesman reaffirmed Israel's
willingness to enter into negotia-
tions without delay. The negotia-
tions, he added, should aim at a
solution of the problem by agree-
ment on all problems between the
Arabs and Jews, taking full ac-
count of "existing realities."
Truman Proposes
Liberal DP Act
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Presi-
dent Truman this week indicated
that he will proposed to the 81st
Congress liberalization of the prc-
snt law for the admission of dis-
placed persons to t he United
States, which he termed anti-
Jewish after it was passed by the
80th Congress.
The President gave this indica-
tion during a talk in the White
House with David Dubinsky and
Alex Rose, leaders of the Liberal
Party. The President also ex-
pressed satisfation with the de-
velopments in Israel and declared
placed persons to the United
velopments in Israel.
Twenty Sign U.N. Genocide Pact
PARIS. (JTA)Twenty coun-
tries this week signed the genoc-
ide convention adopted last week
by the United Nations outlawing
the mass extermination of reli-
gious and racial groups. Twenty
signatures were needed for the
convention to acquire binding
legal force. The last requirement
to be fulfilled is ratification by
the legislative bodies of the 20
countries Whose delegates signed
the document.
Ernest A. Gross, who signed for
7-Nation Meet On
Negev Withdrawal
Order Cancelled
PARIS, (JTA)The seven-na-
tion Security Council sub-commit-
tee on the Negev which was
scheduled to meet here this week
has cancelled its session and ad-
journed indefinitely. The group,
which was appointed in connec-
tion with the council order to
withdraw from the Negev, has
the power to recommend sanc-
tions for failure to obey the order.
It was learned in highly author-
itative quarters that Canada is
ready to supply the sixth affirma-
tive vote on Israel's application
for U.N. membership, while
France's position remains in
doubt. Meanwhile, Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Shertok will re-
main here until next Sunday to
exert the strongest diplomatic
pressure on the Security Council
on the question of the application.
The council is now slated to meet
soon on the application.
A decision on Israel's applica-
tion was postponed until Friday
at the request of French Delegate
Alexander Parodi, French sources
said Parodi asked for the delay
because he still had received no
instructions from his government
as to how he should vote.
Britain and Syria both served
notice they will try to postpone
action on the application indef-
initely.
the United States, declared the
convention "responds to the un-
animous request of members of
the United Nations that suitable
methods of international coopera-
tion be organized to prevent re-
currence of acts of barbarism,
which are still fresh in our minds.
The government of the United
States considers this an event of
great importance in the develop-
ment of international law and co-
operation among states."
The other signatory states were
Australia, France, Bolivia, Brazil,
Chile, the Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti,
Liberia, Norway, Pakistan, Pana-
ma, Paraguay, Peru, the Philip-
pines, the United States, Uruguay
and Yugoslavia.
The General Assembly also ap-
proved over the week-end a uni-
versal "declaration of human
rights"the first such interna-
tional document in history. The
document was approved by a vote
of 48 to zero with eight absten-
tions.
The declaration, designed to af-
firm that every human being in
the world, regardless of race,
creed, religion or sex, is entitled
to a square deal, is the first step
in the U.N. plan in which the
next stage is to be an internation-
al agreement for the implementa-
tion of the declaration.
A number of Russian amend-
ments which sought to link the
declaration to the Marxist con-
ception of a state or of society
were defeated before the final
vote was taken.
Dade High Schools To Participate
In Sholem Lodge Debate Contest
President Truman's Civil Rights
Program was chosen last week-
end as the subject for the annual
current affairs debate held for
Dade county high school students
by Sholem Lodge ,B'nai B'rith,
according to Jerome Weinkle, of
the lodge's committee on public
affairs.
This is the third year of the
competition which has attracted
national attention. The winning
team and its coach will be given
a trip to Washington, D. C. They
will meet top government offi-
cials, see Congress in action and
visit historic shrines. They will be
interviewed over a national radio
hookup.
The official debate subject
reads: "Resolved, That President
Truman's Civil Rights Program
Should Be Enacted Into Law by
Congress."
Each of the county's high
schools has been invited to take
part and trials and eliminations
will begin immediately. Hundreds
of students will participate in the
school level. Each school will send
two teams to the semifinals which
will be held March 16.
The debate program was initiat-
ed in 1946 when the public affairs
committee was created. Charter
members of this committee in-
clude: John Kronenfeld, chair-
man; Col. Elry Stone, Gilbert
Balkin, Daniel Satin, Jerome H.
Weinkle, Wallace N. Maer, R.
Weinkle, Robert Levin and
Charles R. Jacobson.
It began a series of community
forums on local and national
topics which still continue. More
than a dozen round tables were
held on the Miami-Dade consoli-
dation issue last spring and the
committee has been one of the
chief supporters of a slum clear-
ance program.
Last year's debate was won by
Miami High. The topic was: "Re-
solved, That the Marshall Plan
Will Promote World Peace." Ar-
lene Perry and Burton Michaels,
with their coach, made the trip to
Washington.
Off The Record
g ITEMS .
P"tish statesmen are so so-
Ptous of Israel's welfare that
V Just can't stand the idea of
PJJg the "poor and useless land"
| the Negev to the Jewish state
'it ncver answered what
Arabs will do with the poor
a useless land ... The answer
I ourse is tightly locked in the
*"y strong box at London
No better example of the
wttc! adage about one sin giv-
' D'rth to another was ever
^hed than by our own Ameri-
8overnmt.nt Having yieJd_
""the question of holding the
W-0 conference in Lebanon
Inv, Jnment of course found
BS* Jews in it5 delegation
Lcm State Department
gnman say the lack of Jews
Iml !egation was the result
lhlchance Ma>rbe they
I .gm But it seems to us
[ n view of Lebanon's open
p. against the admission of
wthe conference considera-
other than pure chance
'nave prompted inclusion of
Lne Jew in the American
WUon -. The story about
the non-Jewish DP's to whom
America's doors have been opened
by the Wiley-Revercomb Bill ap-
proved by the 80th Congress was
vividly related recently by David
W. Nusbaum of the Overseas
News Agency ... The real dis-
placed non-Jews have long re-
turned to their homes The
400,000 remaining today were not
displaced persons but people who
had voluntarily joined the Nazis
in their retreat from Eastern
Europe late in 1944 ... It appears
that certain German Jews have
learned nothing from Hitler
Speaking recently at Munich a
so-called leader of the Jewish
community, Dr. Spanier, sum-
moned enough audacity to say
that the wave of anti-Semitism in
Germany is not directed against
German Jews but against the up-
rooted Jews Those elements
seem to have forgotten already
that Hitler's extermination policy
was directed against them as
much as against the "Oesten-
Juden" ... We wonder what the
Organization; to Exterminate
Jews, now functioning in the
British zone, would do to Dr.
Spanier if given a free hand .
ORCHIDS
Zwi Prihar, Israel's postmaster
won a signal victory at the inter-
national conference on commun-
ications at Mexico City ... He
won admission over vehement
British-led and British-inspired
opposition ... His quiet, dignified
and diplomatic ability won him
and Israel many friends Her-
man Hollander, the American
businessman who was recently ap-
pointed Under-Secretary for trade
in the Israeli Ministry for Trade
is a strictly orthodox Jew .
Professor Einstein is a great ad-
mirer of the folk dance If
the great Hillel, as the Talmud
tells, could do a little stepping on
joyous occasions, why not the
man who knows so much about
the dance of the toms? When
Professor Einstein received a copy
of Corinne Chochcm's book 'Jew-
ish Holiday Dances." published
by Behrman House, he sent her
an enthusiastic note in which,
Corinne says, the father of rela-
tivity displayed, relatively speak-
ing of course, as much knowledge
of the dance as of relativity .
David Opatoshu, one of the 1947
winners of the literary prizes
awarded annually by the Louis
LaMed Foundation for outstand-
ing works produced in Hebrew
and Yiddish on the American con-
tinent, is a product of American
soil The book which gained
him the award was a Yiddish
volume of short stories, entitled
"Between Desert and Sea" .
The book deals with soldier life
in the Pacific, where David served
during the war Young
Opatoshu is also of the outstand-
ing young Yiddish actors He
appeared in "Naked City" and in
"Molly and Me" One of Holly-
wood's leading producers is eye-
ing that young man both as an
actor and script writer.
POTPOURRI .. .
Dr. John Slawson of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee is study-
ing Hebrew and Yiddish Dr.
S. Margoshes is authority for the
information that Dr. Sidney
Marks of the ZOA Is not only an
authority on jurisprudence but on
poetry as well ... In fact the
former professor of law writes
poetry Yiddish was the of-
ficial language at the recent JDC
Paris conference JDC's Euro-
pean director, Dr. Joseph
Schwartz, chaired the conference
in a rich and juicy Yiddish .
The fastest romance in the history
of the ZOA belongs to Tehillah
Feinerman, secretary to Dr. S.
Bernstein She met the gentle-
man at the famous Cafe Royal
in New York on a Thursday, an-
nounced her engagement on Fri-
day, and became Mrs. Elberg a
few days later Tehillah, whose
English translation of Yal Peretz's
"Three Canopies" was acclaimed
by many critics, has been com-
missioned by Alfred A. Knopf,
publisher, to translate a novel
from the Hebrew by Moshe
Shamir, the first Palestine-bom
novelist Shamir's dramatized
novel is a big hit at the Ohel
Theatre at Tel Aviv Her hus-
band, Y. Elberg, managing editor
of a Yiddish daily in Paris, sur-
vived the Hitler holocaust as a
partisan ... He came to this
country as a delegate to the re-
cent conference of the Congress
for Jewish Culture.


PAGE TWO
vJewisti ftoridliftn
Council Of Jewish Federations And
Welfare Funds Ends UPA Conflict
NEW YORK. (JTA) Full
settlement of the differences be-
tween the United Palestine Ap-
peal and the Committee of Con-
tributor; and Workers announced
last week, assuring national
united fund-raising in 1949 for
Jewish needs in Europe. Israel
and immigration to America was
made by Edwin Rosenberg, chair-
man of the conciliation committee
cf the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, which
conducted negotiations between
the two groups on behalf of its
800 organized Jewish member
communities in the United States.
The accord covered the powers
and functions of the U.P.A., clari-
fied procedures for disbursement
and allocation of funds, composi-
tion of governing bodies, pro-
cedures for re-constituting the
U.J.A.. voting by mail or tele-
graph in certain circumstances,
and provided for cancellation of
the December 11-12 conference
called by the Committee of Con-
tributors.
Concerning representation on the
governing bodies of the U.P.A., it
has been agreed that 60 percent
would be designated by the Pales-
tine Foundation Fund and the
Jewish National Fund, benefi-
ciaries of the UP.A., and 40 per-
cent representation would be from
the American Jewish communi-
ties. The procedure for designa-,
tion would be from the American
Jewish communities. The proce-
dure for designation of communi-
ty representatives will be deter-1
i lined by the U.P.A. in cor.sulta-1
tion with the council. A small sub-1
committee of the committee will
be available to the Council for'
crnsultation regarding these pro-
cedures.
Subject to the above provisions,
the UPA. will elect its own of-
licers. will d< ne the organ-
ization's admin: I budget
and all matters of staff personnel.
and will establish all rules of pro-
cedure required for the fur.ctions
..: the U.P.A.
The income of the U.P.A. will
be made le with the great-j
cst promptitude to the principal]
tenefi namely the treasury
of the Jewish Agency for Pales-,
tme ;>nci the head offices of the,
Palestine Foundation Fund and
nal Fund in Israel.1
The U.P.A. will disburse such
funds through agencies and pro-
cedures authorized by these bene-
ficiaries.
The U.P.A. will also be em-
powered to rmke its own recom-
mendations regarding special al-
locations or grants for agencies
ether than the principal benefi-
ciaries. Recommendations made
by the American Palestine Found-
ation Fund and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund will go to the U.P.A.
for consideration and action by it \
before they are transmitted to Is-
rael. (Minority as well as ma-
jority reports may be transmitted).
Final decision on all grants and
John L. Leban. winter resident
of Miami Beach, has been named
president of Schenley Distillery,
Inc., it was announced recently.
Leban. who has been with the
subsidiary of Schenley Industries.
Inc.. since 1935, served in a con-
sulting capacity with the OPA
and as consultant to the Army
Services of Supply.
allocations rests with the head
offices of the Palestine Founda-
tion Fund and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in Israel, and the ex-
ecutive of the Jewish Agency. The
U.P.A. will negotiate an agree-
ment with the J.D.C. for setting
up the U.J.A. and for the conduct
of the joint campaign.
Ontor Religious
Schools To Show
Palestine Films
Harry Sirkin. chairman of the
daily religious school, and David
R. Isen. chairman of the Sunday
school. Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, announce that a full length
movie on Palestine will be pre-
sented at the school building. 1415
Euclid Ave.. every other Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited.
The Center recently played host
to the nurserv school of the Beach
Y when 25 children, accompanied
by their teachers, made a study
of the synagogue and its cere-
monial objects.
Fred Berkovitz. director of ed-
ucation and youth activities,
served as guide and explained to
the children the meaning of the
Eternal Light, the Scrolls and
other traditional objects.
Children of the first grades of
the daily religious school of the
Center celebrated the completion
of their first book with a Siyum
Hasefer last week at the school
building.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Sigmund Scherrr.er, chair-
man of the youth breakfast serv-
ice, Mr. Bodenstein and Mrs.
Bloom.
The following were elected of-
ficers of the student council:
Jerry Klonsky. president: Sue
Gans, vice president: Iris Thorpe,
secretary: Merlene Bertman,
treasurer: Barbara Falk. librarian:
Beverly Hader. editor. Officers for
the Junior Congregation are:
Richard Rose, president: Joseph
Ginsberg, rabbi: Leonard Tupler.
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A picnic at Matheson Hammock
will be held by the Junior League
of the Miami YMHA. Members
and friends will meet 10 a.m., for
transportation to the picnic
grounds, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kessler, who are in charge of ar-
rangements, announced.
A meeting of the Junior League
will take place Wednesday at 8
p.m. at the Y building.
Young men and women over 21
years of age are invited to join
the social organization. Meetings
are held the second and fourth
Wednesdays of every month at
the Miami Y, David Kornberg,
president announced.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, co-
chairman of the membership
committee, Miami Beach Group
Hadassah, presided over a cake
ceremony commemorating the
birthday of Henrietta Szold.
organization founder, at a tea
Monday at Dave Singer's Rest-
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+Jenlsti fhrkHar
PAGE THREE
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFr
The Bookie Joint And The
Blind TigerA Parallel
Recently this column attempted Dado County." Mr. Sullivan vir-
dtoCUSS with cool detachment, tually threw down the gauntlet i
he Syndicate problem on Miami to the community to demand the'
nach jo niv surprise, folks crit-1 suppression by law enforcement
ed" it as pussyfooting on a officials of tne 250 gambling1
turning public issue. This I take! ,aces on MJami
tl) be a healthy sign. It shows
al pt,,pl.' are in the mood for
, crusade rather than a calm ap-
praisal.
The newspapers
Can the Jewish majority on Mi-
ami Beach afford to ignore the
challenge of the former F.B.I,
agent? But what can they do?
Organizations can, of course, call
n.ass meetings. The B'nai B'rith
can pass a resolution. The Zionists
and the Hadassah jointly can
stage a huge demenstration at
Flamingo Park. The Rabbis can
preach sermons, and their con-
gregations, can deny membership
to the Syndicate, its followers and
henchmen. But would all of these
methods remedy the corrupt sit-
uation? One may ask whether the
Federal Government, with the as-
the all powerful | sistance of the 48 States, besides
with its influence county sheriffs and municipal
police was able to catch the rum
runners, stop the highjackers, de-
stroy the stills, or prevent the
violation of the National Pro-
hibition Act?
The Remedy
What can be done to abolish
the Syndicate, and put an end to
the moral corruption which wide-
spread bookiedom breeds? Pro-
bucks'on hVfavoVite"horse. If he!hibi,ion is the Parallel and sug-
1 gests the answer. When F.D.R.
have lately
j front page stories
about Governor-Elect, Fuller
Warren, showing interest in a
proposal to erect pari-mutual
betting stations outside of racing
arenas. Such a measure would
bring to the state such revenue
as it loses through the illegal
betting on horses in sub-rosa dens.
But far more is involved than lost
revenue. In a former discussion I
tried to show how the far flung
bookie "industry" on Miami Beach
gave rise
Syndicate,
reaching into City Hall and Police
Department.
The Horse Betting Absurdity
To the unsophisticated citizen
the necessity for the secret opera
tion of the bookie stall is shrouded
in mystery. He knows it is quite
lawful to walk up to a window
at Tropical Park, and in the pres-
ence of 10.000 spectators, place 2
Israeli Elections |
To Be Held Jan. 25
TEL AVIV. (JTA) 1 I
State Council unanin ously decid-
ed to hold national el i m Jan.
25. The decision was taken afti i
Interior Minister It/hak Gruen-
baum revealed that on the basis
of the completed population cen-
sus, a total of 477.000 residents
will be entitled to cast their 1.al-
lots in the Jewish .state's first
elections,
Gruembaum announced that
identity raids for voters will be
issued by January, at the latest.
The central elections supervision
committee will be made up of
four Mapai members, two from
Mapam, two from Mizrachi and
Hapoel Hamizrachi, two Pro-
gressives, two Revisionist, and
one each from Agudas Israel and
Poalei Agudas Israel. WIZO. the
Communists, General Zionists,
Yemenites and Sephardic com-
munity.
Israeli Army officers will be
permitted to address election
meetings during the forthcoming
election campaign, it was an
nounced. They will not, however,
be permitted to speak in uniform.
By a 29-7 vote, the council ap-
proved a kosher food ordinance
for the Israeli Army which guar-
antees that all religious soldiers
are to receive kosher food. The
Ministers of Defense and Religion
were instructed to carry out the
new law.
Chiropractors Elect oi directors were Dr. H. B. Albea,
Election of officers was held Dr Zene Tozcr and Dr Hiram
by the Dade County Chiropractic F- PoPe-
last week at the home of Prior to the meeting a dinner
Dr. Z Tozer, 1H35 S.W. 10th was served on the patio of the
St. I Tozer home.
The following were elected: Dr. I-
J. R. Lasky, president: Dr. Daniel
N. Home, vice president; Dr. R. F.
Prigger, secretary-treasurer; Dr.
John J. Kirton, educational di-
rector. Also elected to the board
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wins or loses, each and every
county in Florida gets a cut on
his bet. Yet if he gets into an
argument in a pool room as to
respective merits of race horses,
and bets his friend that his filly
or that mudlark will win, he is
subject to arrest and conviction
as a law breaker. The plain citizen
surely cannot have much respect
lor a law that permitts betting in
H Meah and makes betting a mis-
demeanor on Miami Beach. A law
that is neither logical nor en-
(orcable drives its violators under-
ground. This gives an opening to
the professional bookie, who can
take any sized bet and pay off
the largest jackpot within 2 min-
utes after the race.
There is a close parallel be-
tween the bootlegger of the pro-
hibition era and the bookmaker
of the Truman age. Both flour-
ished because of public contempt
for a law that could not be en-
forced. Al Capone, olav hasholem,
was the product of a system that
made it a crime to carry a half-
pint in one's hip pocket. When
horse betting becomes illegal, a
Syndicate of super bookies grows
and prospers. So what is the
remedy?
A Vicious Situation
Again I must repeat that the
situation is of more than academic
interest to the Jewish majority
on Miami Beach. Last week
Daniel P. Sullivan, Director of
the Crime Commission of Greater
Miami, addressed the American
Veterans Committee. He "minced
no words in his punch laden talk"
and called by name the five Jew-
ish magnates heading the Miami
Beach Syndicate. It gave little
Pleasure to read excerots of his
sPeech quoted in the d'aily press
about "gambling racketeers sur-
rounding themselves with thugs
iinc> gunmen ready to take Over
abolished the Volstead farce, the
effects were immediately felt,
though the moral damage has not
yet been repaired. When liquor
selling became legal, there was
no further place for the blind
tiger, the bootlegger with his poi-
sonous hooch, or the organized
gang with the vice overlord.
It seems ordinary common sense
that if betting on horses were
made legal, not only in Hialeah
but in Dade County as well, the
racket would instantly dry up.
There would be no need to pay
$50,000 rent to a Miami Beach
hotel for a cigar concession that
earns about $1,000 a year. Book
making would then become a
licensed business, with the opera-
tor paying his income tax, and
the State getting its pari-mutual
percentage. The Syndicate would
immediately collapse.
Will the Jewish community sit
comfortably by and permit this
cancer to eat into the vitals of
private and public life? Or will
it take a vigorous part in a cam-
paign to induce the new Governor
and legislature to make betting on
horses a licensed business, care-
fully supervised by the State.
Sholem Lodge Forms
Arbitration Committee
An arbitration committee has
been established by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. for the pur
pose of keening litigation involv-
ing Jewish persons out of court.
The committee is composed of
15 men. including a rabbi, a doc-
tor, attorneys, real estate brokers
and other business and profes-
sional men. Small groups chosen
for abilities or experience parti-
cularly suited to the case in hand,
will be utilized each time.
All sessions of the committee
will be strictly confidential and
both sides must agree to accept
the decisions of the committee.
Further information may be
obtained at the B'nai B'rith office
or from Theodore J. Sakowitz,
committee chairman.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 m
EDITORIAL
ImmvI'n Constitution
Constitutions are man made documents and,
like all works of man, are subject to changes
dictated by time and conditions. Israel's pro-
posed Constitution, as released this week, will
doubtlessly go through a process of interpretation
similar to that of the American Constitution.
The eternal elements in a constitution cae the
moral forces and precepts behind its birth. Motiva-
tion is the source which shapes the character and
the nature of the document. Where the objective
is noble, the document must express nobility.
The high purpose of the Israeli Constitution,
with its provisions for human rights and the
recognition of the dignity of man, is evident to all
who read it. But the preamble to the Constitution,
sensitive with vision and prophecy, is a document
whose full appreciation must be left to the ages.
Because it would be idle for us to attempt to
illuminate the preamble with inadeguate words of
our own, we give you its own language instead:
"We, the People of Israel,
Humbly giving thanks to Almighty God for
having delivered us from the burden of exile
and brought us back to our ancient land;
Recalling the tenacious endurance of the gen-
erations of the Exile and their heroic sacrifices
for the survival of our People and the pre-
servation of its spiritual heritage;
Gratefully remembering the faithful remnant
who maintained the continuity of Jewish set-
tlement in Palestine throughout the centuries,
and the inspired efforts of the pioneers of the
national revival;
Resolved to rebuild our Commonwealth in
accordance with the ideals of peace and
WELL DONE rWC^^ft
X
CHANUKA 5709
righteousness of the Prophets of Israel, to
welcome home every Jew who seeks entry,
and to promote the security and well-being
of all who dwell within our gates.
Have Adopted The Following Constitution:".
1 ash ..
As 1948 draws to a close preparations have
already begun for the forthcoming Combined
Jewish Appeal under the auspices of the local
Federation. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chair
man of the United Jewish Appeal in an appeal
last week said that we cannot consider the 1948
campaign f.nished until all pledges have been
converted into cash.
"All of us can look back with a real sense of
satisfaction to the favorable developments that
opened the road for greater Jewish resettlement
and recovery, and to our own contribution to these
developments through the UJA," Morgenthau said.
"We still have one serious problem, however
"We simpty do not have sufficient cash to make
possible the continued flow of Immigration into
the new State of Israel. Since the first of the year
over 115,000 Jews have reached Israel, 23,000
of them in the month of November alone. The
progress of that State has been the greatest satis-
faction to all of us. That progress must not be
retarded.
Local leaders have joined in this plea to all
contributors whose pledges these past years are
as yet unpaid, to fulfill their obligations before
the end of the year.
It would be tragic indeed if the flow of immigra-
tion were to be curtailed or halted by the lack of
cash with which to sustain it. The opportunity
to solve the problem of the DPs and of other Jews
in Europe who also need help so desperately,
constitutes a challenge to our statesmenship which
we dare not neglect.
Hadassah Group To
Hold Dinner Dance
The Deborah Group of Hadas-
sah has made final plans for the
dinner dance to be held this Sun-
day evening at 6:30 at the Variety
Club of the Alcazar Hotel in Mi-
ami. Mrs. Alexander Strauss is
chairman. Mrs. Louis Gidney and
Mrs. Joe Postol are co-chairmen.
Serving on Mrs. Strauss' commit-
tee are Mesdames Norman Babel.
Sam Coolick, Ed Dokson. Herbert
Gutman, Alexander Robbins,
Ralph Robbins and Jack Wein-
stein. Tickets are $15 per couple
for dinner, dancing and entertain-
ment. Dress is optional, and re-
servations may be made by call-
ing Mrs. Strauss 5-6733, or Mrs.
Gidney or Mrs. Postol.
Outlining a program for the
coming year. Mrs. Leo Levin,
president, disclosed plans to
help to repair the war damage
to the Haddash Hospital and Med-
ical Center on Mt. Scopus, outside
Jerusalem, as soon as possible and
that the erection of an under-
graduate medical school, the first
in the Holy Land, is projected for
1949.
Max Kletter To
Appear At Plaza
Starting Doc. 24
A return engagement at Miami
Beach brings Max Kletter, operat-
ic star and composer, to the Plaza
Theatre, Miami Beach, for five
days beginning December 24.
Supporting Mr. Kletter will be
the Feder Sisters who appeared
with the headliner at the Miami
Beach High school last year under j
the auspices of Jacob Schachter.
director of the Jewish Musical
Hour.
Next week's engagement will
feature the three stars in songs,
music and comedy skits. Mr.
Kletter, an accomplished violin-
ist, will play for the first time in
this area. The trio of artists have
appeared on stages in principal
theatres in the north. Mr. Kletter.
who has been heard on the radio
for many years, has several rec-
ordings to his record, among them
the Anniversary Waltz with a
sale of more than a half million
copies.
New Kosher Meat Mkt.
To Open On Beach
The opening of a new meat and
poultry market at 505-07 Meridian
Ave. has been announced by
Henry Bleicher who will open his
doors to the public on Tuesday,
December 21.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, is in charge of kash-
ruth arrangements in the new
establishment. According to Mr.
Bleicher, meat will be delivered
from the north in fifty to sixty
hours to avoid washing enroute.
A former New Yorker, Mr.
Bleicher served in World War II
until he was wounded in battle.
He was associated with his father
in the kosher meat and poultry
business from the time of his boy-
hood and intends that the estab-
lishment will be operated strictly
in accordance with Jewish law.
The Meridan Ave. enterprise
will be known as Bleicher's Kosh-
er Meat and Poultry Market.
The Mizrachi Women's Organ-
ization of America oversubscribed
its Jewish National Fund quota
last year by 11%.
Junior Hadassah Will
Sponsor Cocktail Party
Plans are nearing completion
for a cocktail party to be held by
the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah at the home of Sonnv Jaffee.
1895 S.W. 11th Terr., on'Sundav,
December 26, at 8:30 p.m., accord-
ing to Elaine Sachs, president.
There will be dancing and en-
tertainment provided by Renee
Greenfield and Lillian Stein,
vocalists, and Rita Jo Quartin,
pianist.
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Pioneer Women Will
Give Chanuka Party
A Chanuka latke party, the
second of a series of parlor meet-
ings, held by Kadimah Club of
Pioneer Women will take place
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Isadore Faber at 3470 Chase Ave.,
Miami Beach.
The first in this series, a mom-
be-hip musicale. was held at the
home of Mrs. Herman Honig at
2268 S.W. 16th Terr, yesterday
with Mrs. Hy Sootin and Mrs. Sam
Friedman as co-chairmen.
Admission to the Chanuka party
will be an article of women's
cotton clothing, to be sent to Is-
rael for the use of new immi-
grants. All types of clothing, un-
derwear, dresses, playclothes, as
well as towels, sheets and pillow-
cases are acceptable. Co-chairman
for this clothing drive are Mrs.
E. Decky and Mrs. S. Milman.
Bel Ii Tfilah To
Present Cantor
Cantor Samuel Vigoda, world
famous liturgical singer, will ap-
pear in a Chanuka concert at Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday night,
December 26, at 8 o'clock. Cantor
Vigodah, whose appearance here
is meeting with considerable en-
thusiasm, according to Rabbi Jos-
eph Rackovsky, will conduct serv-
ices at the synagogue Friday eve-
ning, December 24, at 5 o'clock
and Saturday morning, December
25, at 8 o'clock.
Tickets may be purchased at
the synagogue or from the follow-
ing committee members: H. Zeid-
man, Dade Kosher Market, 153
N.W. 5th St.; N. Kaplan, 423
Washington Ave.; I. Diamond, 843
Meridian Ave.; S. Hill, 1006
Meridian Ave.
Israelite Sisterhood
To Meet Wednesday
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will hold a
meeting Wednesday night at 8
p.m. at 3346 S.W. 24th St.
The Sisterhood will sponsor a
Chanuka card and mah jong party
Thursday, December 30, at 8 p.m.
at the Coral Gables Woman's
Club, Mrs. Irving Goldberg, chair-
man, announced. A Chanuka
candle lighting ceremony will pre-
cede the games and Chanuka
songs will be sung. Refreshments
will be provided.
Members of Mrs. Goldberg's
committee are the Mesdames
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mental in formulating the con-
cept of an international
ment to outlaw genocide.
Mrs. Glasser To Attend AJC Thirtieth
Birthday Conference in Philadelphia
MlS. Louis Glasser, national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision of the American Jewish
Congress, leaves this weekend for
Philadelphia to attend the all-
day session at the Bellevue-Strat-
ford Hotel to mark the founding
of the congress, thirty years ago.
Among the leaders in the forma-
tion of the congress were such
national figures as its incumbent
president, Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
a pioneer in the Zionist movement
as well as a religious and civic
leader; the late United States Su-
preme Court Justice Louis D.
Brandeis; Louis Lipsky, a found-
er of the Zionist movement, and
the late Nathan Straus, whose
philanthropies served the entire
American community.
The congress, founded in De-
cember. 1918, was one of the first
organizations to recognize the
menace of Hitlerism and organ-
ized the historic Madison Square
Garden meeting of March 27,
1933, which launched a world
wide protest movement against
Nazism.
Through its commission of law
and action and its commission on
community interrelations, the
congress constantly has worked
to secure and protect full civil
rights of all Americans. It filed
the first state court brief against
restrictive covenants in real
estate agreements and submitted
a brief to the U. S. Supreme Court
leading to the decision which in-
validated enforcement of such re-
strictive covenants. The congress
drafted a fair educational prac-
tises bill and organized communi-
ty backing which led to its pass-
age in New York.
On the international scene, the
American Jewish Congress was
instrumental in organizing the
World Jewish Congress in 1936.
The WJC now speaks in behalf of
Jewish organizations in 65 coun-
tries.
In joint efforts, the American
Jewish Congress and the World
Jewish Congress gathered exten-
sive data on the Jewish catas-
trophe in Europe and formulated
principles with regard to war
criminals, property restitution, re-
habilitation, human rights, and
international relief which helped
shape post war programs in those
fields-. Many of those principles
are embodied in World War II
peace treaties.
The American and World Jew-
ish Congress have focused world
attention on the precarious posi-
tion ot Jews in Moslem lands,
documented the failure to denazify
Germany, championed an inter-
national bill of rights in the
United Nations and were instru-
^JS^tPorldnan
PAGE FIVE
agree-
Dedication Of Beth
El Set For Dec. 26
Plans are being formulated for
the dedication of the Beth El
Center and Religious school at
500 S.W. 17th Ave., on Sunday-
December 26, at 2:30 p.m.
Representatives of national and
local communal agencies as well
as leaders in the political, social
and religious life of our commun-
ity will attend as honored guests.
The event will mark the formal
opening of the structure which
will house the cultural and socfal
activities of Congregation Beth El.
For the past two and one half
years, Rabbi Murray Grauer has
been the spiritual leader of this
congregation.
Sidney H. Palmer is chairman
of the dedication committee. Serv-
ing with him are: P. Berkowitz,
A. Pepper, H. Ginsburg, A. N.
Baer, H. Goldberg, C. Adelman,
L. Kaplan, H. Rifas, J. Temple,
M. R. Silver, F. Shochet, A. Can-
tor, L. Green, D. Singer, W. Maer
and Mrs. Chas. Stahl.
Prizes Awarded To Jerome Weinkle,
Mrs. Wellins In B'nai B'rith Drive
Gables Zionists Meet
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict will hold its first public
meeting Sunday, December 26, at
8:30 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation,
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
A prominent speaker will ad-
dress the meeting and community-
singing led by a Masada group
will follow. Chanuka refreshments
will be served.
Admission is free and there
will be no solicitation of funds.
Nat Roth of Miami, president
of the Florida Fashion Mart, Tues-
day was elected president of the
National Association of Women's
and Children's Apparel Sales-
men in Kansas City, Mo. Sam
Joseph, of Jacksonville, was
named a regional vice president.
Mr. Roth was one of the organ-
izers of the Florida Fashion Mart
' created as a war project to con-
| serve fuel and resulting in a per-
manent organization which stages
1 salesmen's shows several times
during the year.
Roth has served as commander
of the local Jewish War Veterans
Post and is past state commander
of the Jewish War Veterans.
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Climaxing the enrollment of 304
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Lodge, Jerome Weinkle of Sholem
Lodge, and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins
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Weinkle secured 39 members and
received as first prize a radio
from his lodge and two tickets to
the Orange Bowl football game
from the B'nai B'rith Council.
President Bill Pallot made the
presentations.
Best women's worker, already
feted and presented with a silver
platter by her own group, Mrs.
A. Frank Wellins received a
bracelet from the B'nai B'rith
Council.
Tropical Lodge came through
the membership campaign with
exactly 50 new members, meeting
their quota of 50, and earning
first prize, a bronze engraved
plaque, the first annual council
memebrship award given any
lodge in this area.
Twenty-two members enrolled
more than five new Ben B'riths,
entitling them to receive gold
Menorah pins, while six will re-
ceive District Grand Lodge mem-
bership certificates for enrolling
ten or more persons.
The latter group includes:
Jerome Weinkle, Milton A. Fried-
man, and Irving Saal of Sholem
Lodge; Barnett Beckerman of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge; Gershon Miller
and Irving Cypen of Tropical
Lodge; Lou Sherman of North
Shore Lodge; and Leonard
Spiegel of Coral Gables Lodge.
Sholem Women's Chapter, un-
der the leadership of Chairman
Mrs. Lenore Curtice, enrolled
thirty-six ladies at their fashion-
brunch Tuesday, two weeks after
the official close of the drive.
New members were greeted at
ceremonies Tuesday closing the
drive, when Maurice Bisgyer, na-
tional secretary of B'nai B'rith,
spoke to greater Miami member-
ship on his recent visits to Israel
and the D.P. camps of Germany.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,
1948
Federation Budget Committee Nears End of 1949 Hearings, Meisel Reports
i
Dixie PI to
Max Meisel, cl
budgtt <
Jewish Ft
his w.-.ich has
been n
Septemb !
and analysis
61 agencies I the ye;
1949.
The ree le by
Mr. Meisel's 21-man committej
vili be thoroughly reviewed by
the Federation"* >ard ol gover-
nors, which is composed of one
delegate for the first 500 mem-
bers of each of the organiza-
tions in Federation and a
second delegate for those with
memberships exceeding 500, plus
75 to 100 delegates-at-large. Not
all of these organizations are
beneficiaries of the Federation's
fur.ds. The board of governors,
which has final jurisdiction over
the recommendations, is expected
to approve them by the first of
the year. The total amount re-
quired to fill applications after
this approval will be I < goal for
the 19-49 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign to be conducted
by the Federation the first of the
year.
To get a clear picture of the
work of the budget committee it
is necessary to know that the
function of the Federation is two-
fold: to serve as a planning body
for local organizational activities,
and to act a* a centralized fund
raising and distributing agency.
Serving as secretary to the
budget committee, which falls
under the Federation's community
planning activities, is Max Get-
tir.ger, who has recently been
added to the Federation staff as
assistant director in charge of
community planning. In addition
to his duties with the budget com-
mittee, he has been assigned the
task of completing the Jewish
population survey which the Fed-
eration has been conducting in
this area. Gettmger is also direct-
ing a study of the care for the
aged in Miami as well as a study
of leisure time agencies here.
Gettinger comes to the Federa-
tion from the Jewish Community
Council in Brooklyn. He has
served as a case worker with the
Jewish Welfare Bureau in Buffa-
lo and was ir. charge of family
case work and immigration re-
settlement with the Jewish Social
Service Bureau in Detroit. As a
worker with the Jewish Board of
Guardians in New York. Gettinger
worked among prisoners. From
1943-1945 he was a neuro-psy-
chiatric worker in the Navy. He
and Mrs. Gettinger expect to re-
side in Miami.
Agencies which appeal to the
budget committee for funds are
Mf-ib n cf the budcet comrrrttee. Greater Miami Jewish
e rested, (left to right) I. S. Shapoff. Joieph Duntov.
Mrs. Lcuis G:asser, Max Me:sel. Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Harry
P standing, Stuart Gordon, Dr. Frank Core1. Lawience Leven-
lOti Joseph H. Gardner, Max Gettinger, on the Federation staff,
tec re ry of the committee. Morton Russack. Samuel T. Sapiro,
Leo Chaikin. Sam Goldman and Dr. David S. Ar.dron. Not pic-
tured are Dr. Stanley Frehling, Milton Friedman, Maurice G.
Furman, Milton Sirkin, Alfred Stone, Col. Elry Stone.
divided into six categories: local
agencies, overseas agenies, de-
f( nse agencies, national service
agencies, education and health
and yeshivoth. The budget com-
sub-committee Is Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser. Other members of this sub-
committee are: Dr. David Andron,
Leo Chaikin, Joseph Duntov, Sam
Sapiro.
The defense agency sub-com-
mittee is composed of Joseph
Gardner, chairman: Lawrence
Levenson. Alfred Stone.
Sam Goldman is chairman of
the national service agency group.
Assisting him are: Dr. Stanley
Frehling and Morton Russack.
On the education and health
sub-committee are: Max Meisel.
chairman: Harrv Rabe. Louis
Wolf.
Chairman of the Yeshivoth com-
mittee is Elry Stone, who is
aided by Milton Sirkin and Mil-
ton Friedman.
Max Gettinger
mittee numbers 21 and is divided
into sub-committees, each of
which considers applications fall-
ing under one of these categ
On the local agencies sub-com-
mittee are: I. S. Shapoff. chair-
man: Dr. Frank Coret; Maurice
Furman: Sam Goldman; Mrs,
Abraham Goodman; and Stuart
Gordon.
Heading the overseas agency
Beach Masada To Meet
The study group of the Miami
Beach Masada will meet at the
home of Ted Nelson, 1320 Michi-
gan Ave.. at 8 p.m. Monday. Sub-
ject for discussion will be Auto-
Emancipation." a Zionist classic
by Leo Pinsker.
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recorded Israeli music.
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Supplementing its program of He has
children's activity initialed last)]
week, the Coral Gables Jewish
Center has inaugurated a full
adult and young adult program
on cultural, social, religious and
recreational levels, it was an-
nounced by Robert Bergman,
Center director.
Adult courses, open to all with-
out charge, will take place Mon-
day evenings in the director's
home, 920 S.W. 58th Ave. Two
hour-long courses will be offered.
Hebrew 1 (Modern Hebrew and
the Prayerbook) and "Living a
Jewish Life in the Modern
World." Sixteen students have al-
ready enrolled.
"After the first hour of He-
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book and have a
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five basic words.
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well as a minimal working
grammar. The Sephardic pronunc-
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used throughout."
"Jewish Life" is designed to
discuss some of the urgent prob-
lems facing modern Jews. There
will be eight lecture-discussions:
1. (a) The Problem, (b) Orthodoxy,
Conservatism and Liberalism; 2.
Chanuka, Christmas and Your
Child; 3. Twentieth Century
Shabbos; 4. Dietary Laws and
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Classes in Hebrew and "Jewish
Life" begin Monday evening, De-
cember 13, the former at 8 p.m..
the latter at 9:05. Refreshments
will follow.
Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons from 2-4 p.m. will, from
now until Chanuka, be devoted to
making Chanuka decorations,
gift-wrappings, greeting cards,
table center-pieces. On these oc-
casions, parents and others may
come to the director's home for
ali or part of each period.
On Tuesday evenings at 8, the
newly formed Center Adult Choir
holds rehearsals under Mr. Berg-
man's direction, with rehearsals
limited to one hour and a half.
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Mr. Bergman is chaplain at Pratt
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Kovner To Award Prizes
For Best "Israel" Poems
The family of the late Harry
Kovner, life-long Zionist and a
business man whose hobby was
poetry, has established three an-
nual awards totalling S350 for
poems on a Jewish theme. The
first awards will be announced
on November 1. 1949 for the
year's best English poems, pub-
lished or unpublished, on the "Is-
rael Reborn" theme. There will
be a first prize of S200, a second
prize of $100, and a third prize
of $50. The judges of the contest
are Abraham M. Klein, Maurice
Samuel and Trude Weiss-Ros-
marin, editor of The Jewish
Spectator, under whose auspices
the prizes will be awarded. Poems
entered in the contest should be
typed in double space and mailed
before midnight May 31, 1949 to:
The Jewish Spectator, Kovner
Poetry Prizes, 110 West 40th St.,
New York 18, N. Y.
Harry Kovner was for many
years a resident of Miami, where
his widow and his son, Walter C.
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Wednesday and Thursday, Mrs.
Bess Nelson, bazaar chairman an-
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The bazaar will be open from
11 a.m. to midnight both days.
Merchandise of all kinds will be
on sale at booths and hamburger
luncheons and full course dinners
will be served. According to Mrs.
Nelson, there will be games, gifts
and movies for children as well
as turkey trots and dancing for
adults.
Luis Gomez and Beatrice, inter-
nationally famous ballroom dance
team now appearing in the Zebra
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Personally Speaking ...
Roberta Weiner To
Appear In Concert
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 l948
Talented twelve year old Rob-
erta Weiner, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Weiner, 2256 S.W. 5th
St., will appear as vocalist on the
Caesar La Monica band concert
at Bayfront Park Monday evening
at 7:45.
Roberta, who with her parents
moved from Pittsburgh to Miami
three years ago, won a superior
test sponsored by the National
Federation of Music Clubs last
A daughter, Lizabeth, was born recently at St. Francis
Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levkoff. 1011 Bay Drive. Mr.
Levkotf is comptroller for Morris Brothers Department Stores.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Cirlin, 1754 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
have returned home after a five week sojourn in Phoenix,
Arizona, and California and one week in Chicago, where Dr.
Cirlin attended the convention of the American Academy of
Dermatology. They also visited their son, Byron, who is a cadet
at Riverside Military Academy at Gainesville, Georgia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Baida will celebrate the first birthday of
their son, David Tobias, with a party Sunday from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Baida's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sperling, rating in a statewide
3545 S.W. 3rd Ave. The boy's godparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Sincoff, who are visiting from New York, will attend.
* *
Mrs. Sadie Pont will honor her new grandson, Edwin
Stephen, at a Pidyon Haben at her home, 2611 S.W. 5th Ave.,
Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Pont. Mrs. Pont's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Zalkin of Charles-
ton, S. C, are in town for the affair.
* *
Miss Dorothy Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Golden, 1040 S.W. 6th St., is expected in Miami this weekend
to spend the holidays with her parents. Dorothy, who is a
sophomore at Duke University, is the second Jewish girl in the
history of the school to become president of Sandals, a women's
leadership sorority.
*.
David, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, is recovering
from a tonsilectomy.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Weinkle and daughter Romelle, who
have been living in New York, have moved to Miami Beach and
are residing at 3586 Flamingo Drive. Mrs. Weinkle is the former
Reggie Goldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
of this city.
The Weinkles entertained last Sunday at garden party in
honor of the birthdays of Carl Weinkle and Dr. Isaac Weinkle.
* *
Wintering in Miami Beach at 1032 Michigan Ave. are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Samovitz of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
*.*
Miss Barbara Weiner, daughter of the Milton Weiners, 3020
S.W. 4th Ave., and her room mate, Miss Marilyn Goodman,
daughter of the Samuel A. Goodmans, 6780 Harding Ave.,
Miami Beach, are expected home for the holidays from Vander-
biltbilt University this weekend. The girls are freshmen.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101 S.W. 20th Ave., will hold
open house Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 in honor of their
daughter Shirley's wedding to James Ellison of San Francisco,
which will take place in the California city on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols of Baltimore, Md., are spend-
ing the winter at 815 West 39th St., Miami Beach.
* *
Miss Joyce Rosengarten. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, 5960 Pine Tree Drive, arrives today to spend the
holidavs with her parents. Miss Rosengarten, a student at Ohio
State University, will have as her house guest Miss Audrey
Fleischner of Bristol, Conn. Miss Fleischner is a student at
Emerson University, Boston.
* *
Moe Feinaold, who accompanied by Mrs. Feingold recently
flew to California for o visit with relatives, returned to Miami this
week. Mrs. Feingold is expected to arrive in Miami in several
weeks.
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Miss Dorothy Sheff
Dorothy Sheff's
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sheff,
1050 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Dorothy, to Merritt N.
Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Abrams, 2045 North Bay Rd.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Arlington, Va., and Blackstone
College, Blackstone, Va., where
she was a member of Phi Delta
sorority.
Mr. Abrams is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Miami, where
he was affiliated with Alpha Ep-
silon Pi.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Muriel F. Segal
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Morris s. Sega, nf
New York and Deal, N. J ?*
announced the engage,^ Vq
their daughter, Muriel Felice t
Leonard Viner, son of Mr '2
D "c "andC"" f WaShi"^
L). c. and Miami Beach
Miss Segal is a granddaughter
of Mrs^ Benjamin Landau and the
late Mr. Landau, and a great
granddaughter of Mis. Regina
Joyce Shabat Pledged
To Joseph Flaks
The engagement of Joyce
Shabat to Joseph (Buddy) Flaks,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Flaks, Baltimore, Md., has been
announced by her mother Mrs.
"aTboth theatres.
irpiemiiL^oiT.
Sisterhood To Hold
Weekly Games Party
The Sisterhood of the Congrega-
tion Beth El is sponsoring a
weekly games party which takes
->lare every Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock at the Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Admission is a small gift which
will be sold at the White Elephant
booth at the bazaar to be held
from January 8 to 15. Mrs. Eu-
gene Schwartz. 1930 S.W. 5th St..
is chairman of the event.
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Ph. 4-5825
Roberta Weiner
year. As a result of this honor,
she was chosen as a representative
of Miami to sing at a convention
of the state music clubs at Mc-
Allister Hotel.
Roberta has appeared before
large civic organizations through- J
out the city many times and has
entertained the soldiers at Pratt
Hospital on several occasions. She
has also appeared on Eve Tele-
gan's Charm School of the Air
over WQAM. Many widely known
critics have acclaimed her for her
poise, charm and general ability.
Coached by Louise Sparren-
berger. Roberta is a soprano. She
has chosen "Because" and 'Irish
Lullaby" for Monday night's per-
formance.
KathyWohl Plans
Party For Fiance
Miss Kathy Wohl and her
brother, Bert, will honor Jim
Lewy. Miss Wohl's finance, De-
cember 22 at a Vacation Capers
party at the home of their pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl
1238 N.E. 96th St.
Mr. Lewy, who arrives Decem-
ber 17 for a visit at the Wohl
home, is completing his last sem-
ester at the University of Michi-
gan, from which Miss Wohl grad-
uated last June.
When Mr. Lewy returns to his
home in Chicago December 23,
Miss Wohl will go north for a visit
with his parents and they will be
hosts to a group of friends at a
New Year's eve party.
From Chicago Miss Wohl will
go to Philadelphia, where she will
visit her former college room
mate, Mrs. David Weiss, the form-
erly Molly Ann Boyell of Miami.
Miss Wohl will return home Jan-
uary 4.
She and her fiance are planning
spring wdding.
Muriel Felice Segal
Margareten of the well-known
Horowitz-Margareten firm. Miss
Segal attended the Knox school
in Cooperstown, N. Y., also
studied at Columbia University,
and the Dramatic Workshop of
the New School. She was grad-
uated from the University of
Arizona.
Mr. Viner attended the Penn-
sylvania Military Academy in
Chester, Pa. and is a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania.
During the recent war, he worked
for the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation. He is quite active in
leading philanthropic organiza-
tions in Washington.
Afiss Joyce Shabat
Dorothy Shabat, 720 West 50th
St., Miami Beach.
Miss Shabat, who was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High, is
now a sophomore at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
A gradruate of Charlotte Hall
Military Academy, Mr. Flaks
served in the Navy for three and
one-half years.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Claire Pinnas To
Wed Dr. Pushkin
Mrs. Anna Pinnas of 2543 S.W.
13th St., anonunces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Claire, to
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin of 230
S.W. 29th Road.
Miss Pinnas is a graduate of
Weequahic High school, Newark,
N. J., and was assistant to the
chief radiologist at the Newark
Beth Israel Hospital for four
years.
Dr. Pushkin, q granduate of
Annapolis, Maryland, High school,
attended St. John's College (Anna-
polis), Pennsylvania State Col-
lege of Optemetry, and Ohio State
University. During the war, he
served as army optometrist for
two and a half years. Dr. Pushkin
has been in practice in Miami
since his discharge from the serv-
ice two years ago.
Wedding plans are being made
va January 1*
Eileen Sigman Is
Betrothed to XV Man
The betrothal of Eileen Sigman
to Sy Gitlin has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Sigman, 326 S.W. 14th Ave.
Mr. Gitlin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Gitlin, New Rochelle,
N. Y.
The bride-elect attended schools
in New Jersey and the University
of Miami. Her fiance was grad-
uated from New York schools and
served in the paratroops for three
years.
The wedding will take place
next June in New York.
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ppjpAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948
Henrietta Jacobs,
Ron's Bell United
In a ceremony at Arbeiter Ring
Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Sun-
day Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
united in marriage Henrietta
Jacobs and Boris I. Bell.
The bride, who is a daughter
0f Mr. ;md Mrs. Morris Jacobs of
Miami, is a graduate of Miami
High She is a member of the
Club Kverglades and the Miami
yM-YWHA.
Mr. Bell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Bell of Houston, Tex.
He attended the University of
Texas and the University of Hous-
ton. He served with the U. S. Air
Force for three and one half years
and is now managing the Bell In-
surance Agency in Houston. He
is a member of the Workmen's
Circle and Alphi Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
The bride chose a white brocade
dress with a bertha neckline made
of net for the ceremony. She wore
a double strand pearl necklace
and carried a colonial bouquet
consisting of roses and camellias.
Mrs. Phil Weiner was her sis-
ter's only attendant. Louis Plott
was Mr. Bell's best man. Ushers
were Phil Weiner, brother-in-law
of the bride, and Aaron Aronoff.
Miss Janice Waitsman, niece
of the bride, sang "I Love You
Truly." Mis. Kitty Laber, another
sister of the bride, kept the guest
book.
After a wedding trip through
Florida and Georgia, the couple
will motor to Houston, where they
will make their home.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. Bell will honor
their son and daughter-in-law at
a reception January 2.
Out-of-town guests who attend-
ed the wedding were: Mrs. Helen
B. Kapiloff, sister of the groom
and her son David, Mrs. Eva
Green, Mrs. Luba Weiss, Mrs. Wil-
liam Weintraub, Mrs. Ben E. Rab-
han. Louis Platt, all from Houston,
Tin.. Mrs. I. We-incr from Gal-
LeMan Photo
Mrs. Boris I. Bell
veston, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Merlin from Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Jacobs, brother and sister-in-
law of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Rose from Durham, N. C;
Mrs. Erlick, Paterson, N. J. The
bride's sister, Mrs. Ann Wackes-
man flew from Fairbanks, Alaska,
especially for the wedding.
RabbiMeschelof f to
Begin Forum Series
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
open his twelfth series of Friday
night forum., at the Beth Jacob
synagogue, Miami Beach, tonight
at 8:30.
Tii is year's forums will be
opened with a series of three lec-
tures presenting the historic back-
ground of the holiday of Chanuka
in the |iKht of present develop-
ments in Israel.
"The Struggle for Light" will
be the subject this Friday night.
It will compare the modern Zion-
ist movement with the organiza-
tion of resistance founded bv
Mattathias.
"The Struggle for Right" will
be the theme of next week's
forum. It will compare the basic
principles for the wars of Judas
Maccabee with the present vic-
tories in Israel.
"The Struggle for Empire" will
complete the trilogy on December
30. It will present the causes for
the downfall of the second Jew-
ish commonwealth, and will dis-
cuss the problems of the present
government in Israel.
The series of lectures is open
to the public. Communal singing
will open and close each forum.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, or-
dained by the Yeshiva, and a Phi
Beta Kappa, graduate of the Col-
lege of the City of New York
is a member of the national ex-
ecutive committee of the Rab-
binical Council of America, and
secretary of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association. In his
twelve years service in this com-
PAGE NINE
Women Of WC 692
Sponsor Card Party
Women's Branch No. 692 of the
Workmen's Circle is sponsoring a
card party tomorrow night at 8:30
at the Mew Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Ave. Admission is fifty cents
and proceeds will be used for the
adoption of a child overseas.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ida
Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave. For
information call 5-1031.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
munity he has helped found a
number of local Jewish organiza-
tions and is represented on the
boards of many others. He is ac-
tive in both Jewish and non-Jew-
ish cultural and philanthropic
societies.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish, Jack Lawson, membership chairman.
Sam Lachman, president, Louis J. Krensky, chairman of the board,
(left to right) are shown discussing membership drive of Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach, under the leadership of Jack Law-
son, who has organised "Congregational Commando" teams to
^nlist the unaffiliated in Temple Beth Sholom.__________________
Tau Alpha Omega Dance Hungarian -
Tau Alpha Omega Social Club
is sponsoring a Silhouette Dance
December 23 at 8 p.m. at the
American Culture
Club, 390 N.W. 2nd Ave. Enter-
tainment will be provided. For
tickets and additional informa-
tion, call Cynthia Fine at 48-0023.
CONGREGATION 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
Ave.; I. Diamond, 843 Meridian
Ave.; Simon Hill. 1006 Meridian
Ave Miami Beach: in Miami.
H. Zaidman. 153 N. W. 5th St.
Anna Grossberg
II IAS To Present
Concert Sunday
The HIAS Peoples Tourist Com-
mittee will hold a concert Sun-
day in the Miami Beach High
school auditorium, 14th St. and
Drexel Ave., Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Anna Grossberg, star comed-
ienne of the Polish Banda, will
headline the program. Other par-
ticipants will be: Cantor J. Y.
Goldring, Miami Beach Jewish
Center; Sofie Kemper, radio per-
former and folk song interpreter;
the Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Choir, which will present selec-
tions in Hebrew, Yiddish and
English. Anyuta Melicov will
serve as piano accompanist.
Joseph L. Tepper is chairman
for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Miller are defraying all expenses
for the concert.
A program of speaking engage-
ments for Greenberg is being ar-
ranged by the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission. He
will speak at a Young Judaea
Leader's Council meeting Tues-
day at the home of Libby Hoch-
man at 560 Michigan Ave.
Greenberg will speak before a
mass meeting of all Jr. Hadassah,
Masada and IZFA chapters Wed-
nesday at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave and
on Thursday evening he will ad-
dress 100 Senior Judaeans.
A nlw"lmniigrant-adjustment
center will !**** X
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Beth El CongregationRabbi M. Grauer
Beth David CongregationRabbi M. Shapiro
Congregation Beth TfilahRabbi J. E. Raekovsky
for the public welfare of the Jewish community to assist them
in matters appertaining to Kashruth, furnishes the following
"KASHRUTH GUIDE" as a free service to the public:
Miami Beach
Berman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave.
Malter's Live Poultry, 436 Collins Ave.
Royal Packing Meat Co., 515 Collins Ave. (Wholesale Only)
Norman Kaplan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 552 Washington
Ave.
T.obel's Koshej Meat & Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave.
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Hoffman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Miami N. W. Section
Ideal Live Poultrv Inc., 155 N.W. 5th St. (Wholesale Only)
Sam's Live Poultry Inc., 2011 S.W. 8th St. (Poultry Only)
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 153 N.W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Provision, 230 N.W. 5th St.
National Kosher Meat & Poultry Co., 230 N.W. 5th St.
Miami S.W. Section
Sam's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave.
Quality Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St.
B & B Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave.
Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S.W. 27th
Ave.
Perril's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 5108 S.W. 8th St.
Miami N.E. Section
Florida Wholesale. 50 N.E. 14th St. (Wholesale OnlyJ
Coral Way Section
Malter's Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
South Miami Section
Adler's Poultry Farm, 853 Sunset Drive (Wholesale Only)
Look for the sign of the G.M.V.H. in the meat market before
you buy your Kosher product. Look for the G.M.V.H. ring or
the chicken before you buy in any live poultry market.
The sign of G.M.V.H. is your assurance for Kashruth.
For any information about Kashruth call Rabbi J. E. Raekovsky,
Director of the G.M.V.H., at 5-3595.
Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
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Tin' I'luiii'iT Women, (.I'M.i
Mi\i'i:.nn i'lul>. will linlil .i lutkc
.iiul .ii.l pill t\ Sim.l.iv inr.lil .il
;i o'clock .ii ilif I'l'iir.n'notion Both
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Mi-: All-ill Munnej will sinii
.mi.iI selections accompanied b>
Mi-. Jennie Cameron .M the pi.mo
Tickets urc si 00 und proceeds
u ill i',< to Hi.' Child Welfare Fund,
Mi-; p. mi l Ki h'i'.i'i. chairman, an
uounccd
The li.Mi.ii Women, Club No
Pwo .'i Miami Bench announces
i a) Mi and Mrs Joe Minttes are
ri\ ui;-. .i Chanuka pai iy .il tl><'
Kducational Lyceum, :':< Wasli
Ion Ave., Monday, December 27
Dinner will be served .it <* p.m, A
concert and other entertainment
h-iII follow the dinner Admission
. $\ i>,' Proceeds ill !:>< to the
Moap ath fund, ol w hich Mrs
Mn i '" is chairman
I'!;,. Pioncci \\ omen, Club N.<
One, Miami Beach, will hold a
Chanul......In nl .it the Park Cen
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The r.'tli annual General As-
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Federations and Welfare Funds.
designed ( be "the national op-
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community organizations," will be
held January M it. at Philadel-
phia's Bellevue Stratford Hotel, it
was announced by Stanley C.
Myers. CJFWF piesuient.
Jewish communal leaders from
.ill parts of the United States and
Canada will convene ;it the four-
day gathering to discuss all major
aspects of Jewish affairs and take
joint action to meet 1MB local.
overseas and Israel needs with
maximum effectiveness
Bernard Pepinsky of Cinicin-
nan. program chairman, declared
that the General Assembly will
be a "working and action" meet-
ing where delegates would not
only "listen and learn." but take
an "active part in formulation
programs of action" for the com-
ing ye.r..
The 1949 assembly will be an
action and business meeting Ol
the Jewish communities of Amer-
ica." Mr Pepinsky declared in re-
leasing the preliminar} program.
it will deal with the major p
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welfare funds and community
councils face in common. Its pur-
pose > to resuli in concrete plans
and action for overcoming them
Ii will .' beyond discussion and
analysis to reach conclusions and
recommendations it will provide
the basis for continuing year
around action by the council
board of directors, its national
and regional committees, and by
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PAGE ELEVEN
Max N. Kroioff
Highlights JDA
Slate Conference
Comparing anti-Semitism to a
raging fire, Max N. Kroioff, At-
lanta civic leader and chairman
of the Anti-Defamation League of
E'nai B'rith District No. 5, urged
that fire precautionary measures
be taken now before the flame,
fanned by a depression, begins to
spread and brings on destruction.
on the subject
other literature
were discussed.
Leonard L. Abess presided over
the afternoon session which be-
gan with a welcome to the con-
ference from Miami Beach Mayor
Marcie Liebeiman. Following
Kroloff's address, Maurice Bisgyer
briefly discused anti-Semitism in
Europe and the course which
B'nai B'rith is taking in attempt-
ing to eradicate it.
A highlight of the parley's pro-
ceedings was a question and
answer period in which confer-
ence delegates discussed local
Sneaking before over two hun- Problems and exchanged experi-
spt'm s ences.
dred Jew.sn community leaders, The confercnce { d i
at the f.rst Florida Conference oil e of the f n !
the Joint Defense Appeal held at & "Be it resoived that Ms
the Roney Plaza last Sunday Florida gtate R *
Kroioff asserted that "this period ence caU J
of intensifying world conflict with munities ^ statc
totalitarianism makes t more the cu Joint Defe '
3? S~ LhaMUMe^; Campaign for $6,826,115 required
States
B'nai B'rith Women
To Hear Kurt Singer
Dr. Kurt Singer, author, foreign
correspondent and authority on
international affairs, will be the
guest of the North Shore Women's
Chapter, B'nai B'rith at an au-
thor's luncheon Monday, 12:30
p.m., December 27 at the Colony
Restaurant, President Mrs. Stan-
ley Phillips has announced.
r.. c. Ralph Bargteil,
ur. binger, whose most recent' nounced
Hebrew School To Hold
Chanuka Latke Party
Plans are being formulated by
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation for a Chanuka latke
party to take place in the rumpus
room of the school Sunday, De-
cember 26. Mrs. Herman Needel-
man and Mrs. Henry Steinbach
are co-chairmen of the event.
Children of the Hebrew and
Sunday School will present a
Chtnuka play in the auditorium
Sunday morning, January 2. Mrs.
chairman, an-
freedoms in the United
be not only safeguarded
extended. The liberties of
Americans cannot be forgotten or
overlooked and attention with-
drawn from them, despite the in-
volvement of Americans with
world problems."
"In fact," Kroioff continued,
"the very solution of these inter-
national problemsthe triumph
of democratic American ideals
and principles in all the world
cannot in any way be separated
from the very real issue of the
traditional democratic rights of
all Americans. Our record at home
is our record abroad."
The all-day conference, which
was arranged by co-chairmen
Leonard L. Abess, Miami Beach,
and Harry W. Reinstine, Jackson-
ville, explored the steps local com-
munities can take to gear their
campaigns for democratic liberties
with the coordinated program of
the American Jewish Committee
and the Anti-Defamation League.
The morning session, presided
over by Milton A. Friedman, pres-
ident of the Florida Federation of
B'na B'rith Lodges, was devoted
to a discussion of audio visual
aids for better human relations.
Two films, Irving Caesar's "Songs
of Friendship" and "Make Way
for Youth," were shown and radio
transcriptions, pamphlets and
to make the work of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee and the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith effective in our communal
life, and that the communities of
this state raise and contribute
their fair and equitable share of
this national goal."
Gartenberg And Schecter
Open Helene Hotel
The long established partner-
ship of Gartenberg and Schecter
have announced the opening un-
der their management of the
Helene Hotel 1030 15th St., Miami
Beach. They formerly operated
the Pioneer Country Club, Green-
field Park, New York, the Claren-
don Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey,
and the Alton on Miami Beach.
The Helene features a strictly
kosher dining room which is open
10 the public. Special attention
will be given to weddings. Bar
Mitzvahs and other social func-
tions.
book "Three Thousand Years of
Espionage" was published De-
cember 7, will review the cir-
cumstances surrounding publica-
tion of this and other exposes of
communism and fascism.
His book "Spies and Traitors
of World War II" has been trans-! men.
lated into 15 languages and has
been highly praised by Walter
Winchell and literary critics
throughout the east. Dr. Singer
has lectured before more than five
million persons in this country
and has contributed feature arti-
cles to the Saturday Evening Post,
American magazine, Liberty, the
New York Times and the New
York Herald Tribune.
He is a member of the United
Nation's speakers research com-
mittee and is now a resident of
Coral Gables where he is en-
gaged in completing a novel.
The committee in charge of the
affair is headed by Mrs. Mark
Silverstein who will be assisted
by Mrs. Sol Schwartz, Mrs. Sol
Hayman, Mrs. Selma Leban, Mrs.
George Gallander and Mrs. David
Shiftman.
Highlight of a membership rally
to be held Wednesday evening,
January 5, will be a talk by Jack
Bell, Herald columnist who re-
cently returned from a tour of
DP camps. Mrs. Peter Glazer and
Mrs. Nathan Coulton are co-chair-
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Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Mur-
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and relatives are in\ ited to attend.
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Another big race at Biscayne
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t-Jewlstncrktton
Beth Tfilah Elects
New Officers
Election of officers was held
Tuesday night at Congregation
Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
The following were elected to
offices: Israel Diamond, president:
H. Zeidman, vice president; Si-
mon Hill, treasurer; I. Sobel, rec-
ording secretary; Ira Shulman.
corresponding secretary.
The new board of directors in-
cludes: I. Kaplan, N. Kaplan, H.
Zeidman, S. Hill, L. Linkeler, J.
Levitt, Goldorsen, Vernor.
Abrams, I. Shulman, W. Roth-
man, S. Schachno, J. Hutner.
Rabbi J. Andron, Dr. David An-
dron, A. Katz, J. Kramer, L. Ohl.
J. Weinberger, I. Sobel, Pike, I.
Diamond, H. Sher, Shipzelman
and Bornstein.
A committee for installing the
new officers was named by re-
tiring president, N. Kaplan. The
committee consists of: I. Diamond.
H. Zeidman, Rabbi J. Andron.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and N.
Kaplan will serve ex officio.
The Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will
hold a special meeting Wednes-
day. Plans will be made for a
Chanuka latke party.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Manuel Posy To Speak
At Zionist Luncheon
Manuel Posy, director of the
American Zionist Fund. National
ZOA, will be the featured speaker
at the luncheon club of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, Wed-
nesday at 12:15 at the National
Hotel, Harold Shapiro, chairman,
has announced.
Aryeh Greenberg. national rosh
(chairman^ of the expansion com-
mittee of Plugat Aliyah (Pioneer
Movement to Israel), will be guest
of honor.
Mr. Greenberg is also a mem-
ber of Kibbutz Aliyah, the first
American General Zionist collec-
tive group, which plans for settle-
ment in the near future. He has
completed his preparation in
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and was de-
tained from leaving for Israel in
order to do organization and ex-
pansion work in the United States.
Aryeh Greenberg is well informed
on all vital subjects pertaining to
youth work and the present pic-
ture in Israel. He was the initia-
tor and active worker in setting
up Chug Aliyah groups, Young
Judaea study groups.
The public is invited.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT i'OfRT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR PAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 121114.
KENNETH RYAN. Plaintiff, vs.
FLORENCE RYAN. Defendant.
THE STATE OF KI.ORIPA:
TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYAN
:.? Hill I-ne
Hlcksville. L. I.,
New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above styled cause on or before the
17 day of January, 1949. or a Decree
Pro Confesso Will be entered against
you.
DATED this 16 day of December,
194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court B<
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy (". k
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
12 17-24-31 1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undr the fictitious nan..
ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-123 S.E
Second Street, Miami, Florida, intend
to res -'-:' said name with the I
of the Circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
ONEIDA LaRl'E
AQCILINk SANTOS
JUAN ORTIZ
FRANK E SOLI >M< >N
Attorney for oneida Cleaners
12 17-24-31 1 7-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNT* Jl'I'V.'-f. S9SJS
IN AND FOR PAPE (OlNTl.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
21742.
In K< : ESTATE OF
SADIE B. RAFFEL, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
^ ou. and ea--h of you. arc heiepx
ed and required to present any
b and demands which you. <>r
. ither of vou, may have against the
, of SADIB. B. RAFFEL, de-
I late of Pade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, Count}
Judee of Pade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
i". irthouse In Pade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
.-.iid claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
t i be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Si 'ion 120 of the I9:i3 Probate Act.
S. SIDNEY RAFFEL,
As Executor of tlie 1-ast Will and
Testament of SADIE B. RAFFEL,
i >ei eased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESy.
Attorney for Executor
:: 17-24-31 1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST MILLWoRKS at 7420
N.W, 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade
County, Florida.
CHESTER W. CLARK
JOHN H. SCHMIDT
ELRY BTl >NE
Attorney for Chester W. Clark
and John H. >. hmidt
12, 17-24-31 1 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HELPS BEAUTY SALON at 420
ESPANOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH,
FI-oRIDA, intend to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida,
MIRIAM COHEN
RENEE ETHEL ROLNICK
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Att' rneys for Applicants
12 17-24-m 1 7-14
Book Council To Hold
Literary Symposium
"The Future of Jewish Litera-
ture" will be the title of a sym-
posium to be presented by the
Miami Jewish Book Council at
the Miami Y Thursday at 8 p.m.
Dr. M. J. Glick will preside as
moderator. Speakers will be
Harry Simonhoff, Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni, Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man.
The event has been arranged
as part of national observance of
Jewish Book Month.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BARRI MANUFACTURERS at 3100
Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MIKE BARISO
ELMER OASKINS
VALENTINE BUNETTA
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Barrl Manufacturers
12/17-24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 908 Langford Building,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cuuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MONDRES AND COMPANY
908 Langford Building
12/17-24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLD CASTLE INN at 151 S.E. 2nd
Street. Miami, Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clroult Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida,
solomon fahber
John vuna touniloywu
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121061.
HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA
JORDAHL, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA
I. SWEET, bis wife. STANLEY C
MOORE, and MRS. STANLEY C.
MOORE, his wife, Defendants,
SUIT To QUIET TITLE
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, TO:
JACOB B SWEET, and
GENEVA I. SWEET, his Wife,
STANLEY C. MooRE and
MRS. STANLEY C. MOORE, his wife,
if alive, and If dead, their unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees,
successors or assigns, creditors,
trustees or other claimants claiming
interests by, through, under or
against any ol the named defend-
ants, deceased or otherwise, and to
all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in
the following described land situate,
lying and being in Pade County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot :.n of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a
Subdivision In Section 12. Town-
ship "! South, Range 40 Bast, ac-
cording to the Revised Plat there-
of, recorded In Plat Book s. at
I'ate 28 of the Public Records of
Dado County, Florida.
Lot 51 of TAMIAMI LAWNS a
subdivision in Section 12, Township
'I South of Range 40 East, ac-
cordlng to the Revised Iiat there-
of recorded in Plat Book 8 at
Cage 28, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has
been brought against you in the above
entitled Court, in chancery, by the
above named plaintiffs for the' pur-
pose of quieting title to the above de-
scribed property; said action being
based upon possession by the plain-
tiffs under a tax deed from the State
of Florida by E. B. Leatherman, based
upon non-payment of taxes
It is therefore ORDERED that vou
and each of you file an appearance in
the above styled cause In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
County, at the Court House In the
City of Miami, .State of Florida on or
before the 17 day of Januarv, 1949,
to the Bill of Complaint brought
against you by HAROLD JORDAHL
and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, for
the purpose of quieting title of the
"M___HAROLD JORDAHL and
ALRORA JORDAHL. his wife as
plaintiffs. In and to the above de-
scribed property; otherwise the al-
legations In the said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
It Is further ORDERED that this
Order to Appear shall be published
once a week for four consecutive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published in Dade County
Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14 day of December.
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C.'FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
MARION BROOKS. Attorney
Olympic. Bldg.
13.m-34.-Sl I/?
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN '". tUNTY JUDGE S COURT, DAPE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 17130.
RE ESTATE 1 >F
John WATSON BREMNER,
1 ased,
Ni >TICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge is Administrator of
the .state of JOHN WATSON BREM-
NER, deceased; and that on the 10
day of January, 1949, I will apply to
the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
filial discharge as Administrator of
the Statl Of JOHN WATSON BREM-
NER. >b, eased.
This Kth day of December. 1948.
HARRY MOLINEUX.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
12 10-17-24-81
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IX CHANCERY, No.
IS 1805.
SELMA KING, Plaintiff, vs. LEON-
KINO, Defendant.
To; LEON KING
i Decnelm Farm Cok ny
Farm No. 3, R.p. 1
Northampton, Pennsylvania
and
DAVID KAROL
1713 Cedar Street
A lien tow ii, Pennsylvania
iAs guardian of the estate of
LE( >N KING)
YOU ARE HEREBY 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-
it ssed by you.
This order is to be published in the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN <>nce each week
for 'four consecutive weeks.
Dated this I day of December. 194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGB,
MILTON FRIEDMAN. DePU,>' *"*
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Building
12,10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Commercial Paint Products at 1208
>.. U 82nd Street, Miami, Florida.
intend to legist,.,- Baid name with the
'. "f.Jh" c'i"cult Courl of Dade
County. Florida.
SAMUEL A. KATZ
DORIS KATZ
Co-Owners
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Building
12 I"-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 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-
JhCr^al',..nRI,,e wi,h ,he fl-rk of
Florida. Coi,rt of Pade Coy.
LOUIS ZAKARIN
Bole Owner
11/2H 12/3-10-17.24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
- NAME LAW
.h TJCIVS HEREBY given that
the undersigned, deslrlmr to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
* uiRa.phael B<""ta..rant nt 746
n^nd^n^^r
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12/3-,0.n.,^RA RAPHAEL
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 FIjORIDA:
TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as
PEER KHAN.
Lakewood Township,
Ocean County, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
i" appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled 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
12 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDERI FJCT.T.OU.
sad name with the Clerk of the Ci?
cult Court of Dade County Florida
WASMAN. SIL^I^kWz'
nViT-T6>T2;3r,oA?7n,,pant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HERERyV.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engae. in
&%%the "dl''So"
ine Tape Measure at 1420 MW m
8a^SNnRr-EN8ER
.ll.lt/S.lMT,.t4W-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
21715.
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
either of you, may have against the
estate of Ix>uis Mogul, deceased, late
of Pade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W IV Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse in Pade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal 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 8, A.D. 1948.
ESTHER MOGUL,
As Executrix of the last Will and
Testament of Louis Mogul, De-
ceased.
HERBERT E KAUFMAN
Attorney for Executrix
12 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LARRY MARKS & CO. (not Inc.) at
127 N. \V. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LARRY MARKS
MURRAY MARKS
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
505 Olympia Building
12/10-17-24-31 1/7
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,
LEGAL NOTICE
1948
ix Asr&s^&gnSi
nth JODICLVL CIRCUIT 9E TH
FOR PADE COUNTY H r AN't>
IN CHANCERY No ii sV?RIDa~
MAX NECKOWIT7 im '
VIOLA NECKOWIT7 'I";""- *
THE STATE OF F .optl,! endan'-
TO: VIOLA NECKown';''1
In Care of MRS. RUTH rctr>
624 Cherry Street GUDA
Vlneland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and m
to appear to the Bill of c,?m*i der*<1
Divorce filed against vl, ,tt>
styled cause on or i,\.fnr thhp%ab?^
of January. 1943: otherwise V d,y
legations of the said Bill w ,1 bi\*. >
as confessed against v.m e tal<
PATED this 2 day rf n
1948. Xi of December,
ECleBrk,'',AT"l:RMA*.
(Circuit Court Seal) "'"t Cour<-
By M '' KEI0E.
JOSEPH W. MALEK 1Jl-,'ut>' Clerk.
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
12/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT (",i-KT.?=.N
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?V IS
25 Elliott Place
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and orders
to appear to the Bill of c,,m,,ia(n, ',
Divorce filed against vou in "
styled cause on or bVforeZ tVl
of January, 1949; otherwlaa, *y
legations 0f said Bill wWlb?iSL*
confessed against vou en a"
Dated: Deeemher 2, 1149
Ec.B jxprriuauai,
(Circuit Court Sea?, f C,rCU" C"<-
By M. c. FEIOE
JOSEPH W. MALEK '"'!"U>' C1"k'
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg
Miami 32. Florida
12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service
at ."ilO Blscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MAURICE L. YALMAN
Sole. Owner
12/10-17-24-31 1/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
120421, Division F.
CHARLES OTTO MOLPENHAUER
and MARY MOLPENHAUER. his
Wife, Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BOU-
DEN; and, if married, her spouse
whose name is unknown, and if
ither 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 anv right
title or interest In or to the follow-
ing described property situate, Iving
and being in Dade County, Florida,
!.'l".wi,t: '-ot ln Block 2-B of
STREAMLAND GARDENS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof recorded In
I lat Book 17. Page 27. of the Public
r.erendantsf DadC CUn,y' FIrl .o.V,,T.v-E DEFENDANTS: FANNIE
BORDEN; and, if married, her spouse
whose name is unknown, and If either
of said defendants be dead, the heirs.
oe rr8> fr,an,,ee8. creditors and all
parties claiming an Interest by,
through, under or against the said
efendants; and all parties known or
unknown having or claiming to have
any right, title or Interest In or to the
following described property situate,
Ida to'wlf Dade County- Flor"
1 &' in.Iook 2B of STREAM-
** GARDENS, according to
tilTi. ?$ ,I'er,>of recorded in Plat
Book 17, Page 27, of the Public-
Records of Dade County. Florida.
m,,,?.i -P2 Sfh of >'ou are hereby
,h. iV"e an a"Pea'-ance In the
com, ftyn d ar.U8e before tne Clrcult
Co n..?f eEESZ ctmm Hou8e> M,aml' Da,le
h ,Ih,,.,99|., a bl" of Complaint
vt it gainst yon by Charles Otto
hisI wniRlrer R2d Mary Moldenhauer.
and .!.nf. 1 th purpose of quieting
de-nHK^^iS! .the. tl,le t0 a"ove
tCti. AS ffiSP*S ln and to the Plaln-
Vinrv SKS&l tt0 Mla'nhaur and
illrjDJ. o'ofnhauer. his wife, otherwise
the allegations of the said Bill of
gjnjPjalnt will be taken as co.-feUed
194n8H'Gti thls M dav of November.
8. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
'Circuit Court 8&j Un,y- Florlda-
By R. H. RICE, JR .
ALFRED KREISLER D*PU^ Clerk
i,V.'rn.ey f.or P1tntlffs.
i<"> Pan American Bank Rid*
r .'-\u.17.j4 "*" *** ola<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-tigae. In
business under ,he fictitious n" of
\\ Indsor Manufacturing Co. al f
1st Avenue. Miami. Florida ,nVnd to
XF& sa!" ,nam" wl,h Clerk of
Florida Ur' f VU* Coum-v'
MAN ALCON
ROBERT SAINPFRS
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applleants
12/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
>-'>tioe is hereby given that Harold
S, Abrams and Jay Donald Ogden on
the 17th day of November, 1948. dis-
solved the co-partnership known as
Ogden of Miami Cigar Stand, Win St
and Blscayne Blvd.. Miami. Ha., and
that Jay Donald Ogden la no longer
ontiected with Ogden of Miami.
II 26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that the
larrncrshlp, SUZANNE SLIPPER
WOP. 34 N. Miami Avenue, Miami,
Honda, between EDWARD E
JLASSER and STANFORD II GOLD-
!ERG has been dissolved.
EDWARD E CI.ASSKR
BANFORD H, H'lLPBERG
12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage In-
DUSlnesa under the fictitious name of
lOEL'S SHOES at 34 North Miami
Avenue. Miami. Florlda, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
MEYER A WOLPE
LEONARD WOLFE
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant-
I1/19-2B 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" ennage In
business under the fictitious name of
Mercury Cleaners at Miami Heaeh,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
SAMUEL LANGER
12/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Troplcraft at 2489 S. W. sih Street,
Miami. Florida, Intends to reglslrr
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Pade County. Florida.
IRVING SCHWARTZ
Sole Owner
12/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desltimr to engage in
business under the fictitious name 0
FIFTH STREET MEAT MARKET t
149 N. W. 5th Street. Miami. Klorirta.
Intends to register said name
with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florlda.
SID WESTRICH
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Sid Westrlch
12/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .,.. ...
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil L.\ WSJ
the undersigned, deslrin? to enp-'*' "1
business under the fictitious na-' '
HORNS FURNITURE EXCHA. *
at 5041-5043 S. W. 8th Street. Mi.''"1'
Florlda. Intend to register said *"
with the Clerk of the Circuit <
of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD HORN
SIDNEY KALM
LEO SHEINER
Attorney- for Applicants
1204-OS Pacific HuUdlruj,
Miami. Fia
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pjyDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948
New Deborah Group
formed On Beach
The Miami Beach Chapter of
the Deborah Society was organ-
ized Wednesday at a luncheon at
the National Hotel with Mrs. Ed
Singer as hostess of the affair.
The Deborah Society, founded
in 1923 by Mrs. Dora Mones
S|
Mrs. Falk Mrs. Singer
Shapiro, maintains a tuberculosis
sanitarium at Browns Mill, N. J.
The sanitarium, which is non-sec-
tarian, offers its services free of
charge to the needy.
Mrs. Clara Falk, superintendent
of the institution, attended the
luncheon and will be present for
the Southern premiere of "The
Red Shoes" which will be spon-
sored by the society at the Fla-
mingo Theatre on December 25.
New Cabana Club
Near Completion
Demand for a business and
social club by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community has resulted
in the construction by the Sirkin
family of the new half million
dollar Town and Beach Club,
which will be completed in about
three or four weeks. Located on
the ocean at Lincoln Road the
new cabana colony was so named
because of the fact that, not only
will it be directly on the ocean,
but within a short walking dis-
tance of the business section of
Lincoln Road. It is slated to be
cne of the most exclusive town
clubs for business men and a
beach club for their families and
vacationers.
Every luxury and convenience
has been anticipated by the noted
designer and architect Igor Pole-
vitzky. Ultra-modernistic and the
largest of its type in South Flor-
ida, the Town and Beach Club
will consist of 125 spacious con-
crete block cabanas. Each cabana
is 10x16 feet, with private show-
ers, two dressing rooms, cabinets,
full length mirrors, special light-
ing, telephone and paging service.
In addition to the cabanas, lock-
er rooms to accommodate 250
members are located in a special
building. The swimming pool is
36x100 feet, and holds 163,000
gallons of ocean water that is
filtered and sterilized before it
enters the pool and will be con-
stantly recirculated to assure
cleanliness and purity at all times.
In addition, an elaborate sprayer
system will be provided to aerate
and cool the water. Night bathers
will swim with underwater light-
ing. There will be three diving
boards for the use of guests and
aquatic diving performances.
Other conveniences include a
sPeeial dub house, lounge, open-
air and enclosed dining rooms,
cardrooms, gymnasium, massage
rooms, solariums, children's play-
ground, a beach snack bar, dance
Patio and many other features.
The grounds of the new Town
Bergman To Address
Coral Gables Women
Robert Bergman, director of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, will
be the principal speaker at the
next regular meeting of the Coral
Gables Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wo-
men, Tuesday, December 21, 8:15
p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.
Mr. Bergman will speak on the
subject: "Chanuka and Christ-
mas," and will be introduced by
chairman of the evening, Mrs
Lawrence Simpkins.
Announcement will be made of
the recent appointment of Mrs.
Arthur Winkleman as a BBYO ad-
visor and youth chairman for the
group, and plans will be told of
the appropriation of the sum of
$25 for the purchase of books
dealing with inter-faith subjects
for the promotion of inter-group
relations.
Reports will be heard from Mrs.
Sidney Boeninger, chairman of
the Coral Gables Chapter's Vets'
Hospital service committee, on
plans for a holiday party for
members of the TB ward shortly.
Betrothal Announced
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Elaine Winer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Winer
of Cleveland, Ohio, to Jack
Zageria, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris L. Zageria, 1923 S.W. 23rd
St.
Miss Winer, now residing at
2772 S.W. 25th St., is a graduate
of Ohio State University where
she received her bacheler of arts.
While attending the university
she was a member of Chi Delta
Phi honorary. She also attended
Western Reserve School of Li-
brary Science.
Mr. Zageria attended schools in
Plainfield, N. J., and Miami. He
is active in the Tropical Lodge of
B'nai B'rith.
+Je*istifhrkffofi
PAGE THIRTEEN
Flagler-Granada Group
To Report On Journal
A report breakfast on the jour-
nal of the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center is slated
for Sunday at 10 a.m. at Rosedale
Restaurant.
On the journal committee are:
Robert Abel and Herman Feld-
man, co-chairmen; Sam Weber
and Leo Rothstein, co-trustees;
Sol Nisinoff, Al Feldman and Joe
Masters, co-editors; Mrs. Robert
Abel, chairman of jewels and well
wishes; Paul Sarver, financial
secretary; Shirley Sarver, record-
ing secretary; Dr. George Balber,
Jack Cohen, Berry Clein, Hy
Coverman, Lester Tenny, Mrs.
Ben Clein, Mrs. Rose Isaacson,
Bernice Segal, Sylvia Kirschner,
Lillian Lang, Goldie Adelman,
team captains.
and Beach Club will front 400
feet on Lincoln Road and extend
easterly another 275 feet on the
ocean. There will be two main
buildings for cabanas and an ad-
ministration building.
Samuel Sutter has been named
as manager of the club. Sutter,
known in Greater Miami for the
past 25 years as a "club manage-
ment specialist" stated, "The
Town and Beach Club will have
the widest and finest accommoda-
tions south Florida has ever seen,
and will create the perfect sur-
roundings for an exclusive social
club."
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I'lans have been completed for
the annual danee and fashion
Bnow tu be spon-
sored by the
Emma Lazarus
Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Business
and Professional
Women at the
Hyde Park Hotel
Sunday at 8:30
P-m., Miriai V^
Goldstein, chair-
man, announced.
Fashions will
be presented by "'M Goldstein
Cherry's Twin Shops, Miami
Beach, with Jacqueline May as
commentator. Rickey Carmen's
orchestra will provide music for
dancing.
Admission is $1.50 per person
and part of the proceeds will be
contributed to the Damon Runyon
Memorial Cancer Fund.
Dr. AndMrslWeiss
Direct Mt. Pleasant
Convalescent Home
Announcement has been made
of the change in management of
the newly decorated Mount Pleas-
ant Convalescent Home at 1408
N.E. Bayshore PI. Dr. and Mrs.
Eugene Weiss are the new di-
rectors. Dr. Weiss maintains of-
fices at 420 Lincoln Rd., where
he practices chiropody. Mrs. Weiss
is the active director of the home.
Mrs. Weiss, the former Ruth
Lieberman, attended Brooklyn
College and is a graduate of Kings
Tickets For Town Hall May Be Bought
From Officers And Board Members
Tickets for the Town Hall
Forum Series, sponsored by Tern-
pie Israel, Miami Shores Com-
munity Church and Robertson
Memorial Church, may be pur-
chased from any of the officers
or members of the board of di-
rectors of the corporation, Her-
man Binder, president announced.
Speakers for the 1949 series in-
clude: Dr. Kurt Singer, author
and linguist; Dr. Gerald Wendt,
Israeli Songs To
Highlight Meeting
A Cavalcade of Palestinian
songs will highlight the pre-
Chanuka meeting of the Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth Jacob
to be held at the synagogue Wed-
nesday at 8:30 p.m.
Three sisters who received their
childhood training in Palestine,
Mrs. Jerome B. Gordon, Mrs. Ber-
nard Kelemer and Mrs. Nathan
Rabinowitz, will present the Pal-
estine Pioneer songs of yesteryear
and today.
A Chanuka skit will also be
presented by Mrs. M. Mescheloff,
Mrs. Wm. Kline, Mrs. P. Pores,
Mrs. J~ Felt and Mrs. C. Hoff-
spiegel.
Mrs. Harold Turk will give a
dramatic reading on theme of
Chanuka.
The Sisterhood meeting will be
opened with the lighting of can-
dles and a musical program pre-
sented by the Beth Jacob school
choir under the direction of Philip
Fried.
editorial director of Science Il-
lustrated; Eva Le Gallienne, act-
ress and author; Franklin P.
Adams, columnist, author, and
"Information Please" regular; and
Dr. E. C. Nance, president of the
University of Tampa.
Dr. Singer will inaugurate the
series with a talk on "Behind the
Iron Curtain," January 3. He will
be followed by Dr. Wendt on Jan-
uary 27. Dr. Wendt is an authority
on atomic energy and its use. Miss
Le Gallienne will speak on "Thea-
tre1949" February 28. Adams'
lecture on March 15 will be on
"Sense and Nonsense." The sub-
ject of Dr. Nance's talk to be giv-
en April 6 will be "Successful
Living."
Other officers of Town Hall
Forum, Inc., are: Harold B. Spaet,
vice president; Henry E. Wolff,
secretary; J. Gerald Lewis, treas-
urer.
Members of the 1949 board of
directors are: R. W. Apte, Jerome
Cohen, Herbert U. Fiebelman,
Louis Gillman, Stuart Gordon,
Max Holtsberg, Baron ae Hirsch
Meyer, Max Orovitz, Jules Pearl-
man, Phil Schiff, Monte Selig,
William D. Singer, Joseph R.
Stein, I. M. Weinstein, Myron
Zeientz, Paul H. Marks and Isaac
Joffe.
Beth David To Hold
Elections Sunday
The annual election of officers
and board of directors of Congre-
gation Beth David will be held
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Beth David auditorium. Final re-
ports for the year will be given
and memorial services for those
members who died during the
year 1948 will be held. Harry
Markowitz, president, extends an
invitation to all members of the
congregation.
Mrs. Eugene Weiss
County Hospital School of Nurs-
ing. She was associated with
Bellvue Hospital, Willard Parker
Hospital and Kingston Avenue
Hospital, New York. She is vice
president of the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Jacob.
Dr. Weiss, the son of Rose and
Jeremiah Weiss of this city, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High.
Long Island University and the
First Institute of Podiatry-Chiro-
pody in New York.
Dr. Weiss is president of the
Dade County Chiropody Associa-
tion, editor of the Florida Journal
of Chiropody, a member of the
Anglers' Club and is active in
many civic and Jewish organiza-
tions.
Mount Pleasant Convalescent
Home offers attractive home-like
surrounding with 24-hour regis-
tered nurse care. There are spa-
cious outdoor patios and porches
and food is under the supervision
of a dietician.
Directors Of Beach AJC
To Give Chanuka Brunch
The third annual Chanuka
brunch sponsored by the board of
directors of the Miami Beach
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress will be held Monday at
11 a.m. at the Atlantis Hotel roof
garden, 2655 Collins Ave.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz is gen-
eral chairman. She will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Jerome Kimball,
publicity; Mrs. George Berk, pro-
gram1 Mrs. Herbert Greenberg,
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AJC Women To Sponsor
Annual Chanuka Brunch
The Miami Chapter, Women's
Division of American Jewish Con-
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Chanuka brunch Wednesday at
11:30 a.m. at the Monte Carlo,
700 S.W. 8th St. The Jewish cul-
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in modern life will be expressed
in skit being prepared by the pro-
gram chairman, Mrs. Jerry Gold-
man. Participating in the program
are Mrs. P. Zimmerman, chair-
man; Mrs. R. Levin, Mrs. I. Hy-
man, Mrs. L. Curtice, Mrs. S.
Finn, Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. I. Fine
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THE DIPLOMATIC POUCH:
Arab-Jewish peace could have
been achieved the day following
Truman's victory in the Presi-
dential elections This is the
opinion of shrewd diplomatic ob-
servers who witnessed the moods
at the United Nations session in
Paris on the day that Truman's
victory became known there .
The Israeli delegation was -in-
vigorated, but the Arabs were the
most downhearted delegates in
the lobby of the Palais de Chaillot
. A feeling prevailed that an
agreement could have been
reached on that day and peace
overtures could have been formu-
larized. had Britain but confirmed
to the Arabs how greatly the
situation had changed The
military success of the Israeli
Army has cost British General
Patrick A. Clayton"father" of
the famous pro- Arab "Clayton
Plan'*his career Gen. Clay-
ton would have been the hero of
thr entire Middle East had the
Arabs won their war against Is-
rael Now he has been com-
pelled to leave Cairo for Britain
and retirement, a bitter and brok-
en man His functions have
been taken over partially by
Harold Beeley, the pro-Arab and
bitterly anti-Israeli British of-
ficial of the Foreign Office who
is considered the outstanding
British expert on Arab-Jewish re-
lations Boeley is reported to
have assured Egyptian and Syrian
delegates at the United Nations
'hat considerable aid would be
forthcoming to the Arab countries
not only from Britain alone, but
in the form of U.N. sanctions .
It was after this assurance that
the "sanctions against Israel"
campaign was started at the
United Nations with Britian and
China* taking the lead Never-
theless, some of the Arab coun-
tries, considered dealing directly
with Israel as a better way out. .
These countries are militarily
shattered by the success of Is-
raeli arms, politically disturbed
and economically unable to bear
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of the sale of the 99-year ground
lease and Tower Hotel at 6061
Collins Ave. to Dr. David S. An-
dron and associates.
The Tower, built in 1941, is a
seven-story, fireproof building
with bedroom suites and hotel
rooms. Among the hotel guests in
recent years were the Duke and
Duchess of Windsor, Lord Beaver-
brook, John Jacob Astor, James
Roosevelt, Yehudi Menhuin, and
many other internationally known
people.
Dr. Andron, ardent Zionist and
president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, is vice president of the
Miami Beach Hotel Owners' As-
sociation. He operates the Albion
and Crest Hotels and is the form-
er operator of the Pierre. He was
also owner of the Alamac and
Ocean Spray.
David R. Isen, realtor, 420 Lin
coin Road, consummated the deal.
Attorneys Williams, Solomon and
Katz represented the sellers, Lux
Tower Corp., while Jack Burris
of Goldstein, Klein and Burris
represented Dr. Andron.
Elections Held At
Savannah Conference
Leon H. Steinberg of Charles-
ton, S. C, was elected president
of the Southeast Region of the
Friends of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America at an educa-
tion conference held last week in
Savannah.
Albert Tenenbaum, Savannah,
and Jacob J. Becker, Jackson-
ville, were elected as co-chairmen
of the region. They are to be as-
sisted by an executive committee
to consist of representatives from
all conservative congregations and
communities where there are
Friends of the Seminary now or-
ganized.
Meyer W Tenenbaum, Savan-
nah, has been appointed chair-
man of the synagogue expansion
committee of the Southeast Re-
gion of the United Synagogue of
America. This announcement was
made by Macey Kronsberg presi-
dent of the region, at the confer-
ence in Savannah.
Jewish Quiz Box
Q.: What is the definition of the
term "Mitirah?" (Submitted by
A.S.. Brooklyn, N. Y.)
A.: The term "Mitzvah" comes
from the Hebrew root "tzeevoh,"
which means "to command."
"Mitzvah" therefore means "a
commandment" and generally re-
fers to any of the things which
the Jewish religion, through the
medium of the Torah, "com-
mands" us to do or not to do.
There are many sources which
locate all these "Mitzvahs" in thr
"Five Books of Moses." Later on,
the term "Mitzvah," in the lan-
guage of the rabbis, came to be r
term denoting any act of humar
kindness, so that today, for al
most any good deed a person i?
told he has performed a "Mitz
vah." This is not stretching th<
point too far because almost any
favor or kindness that one maj
do usually has its root in some
"commandment" in the Bible.
* *
Q.: How many "Mitzvahs" are
there and where do we find the
source for this count?
A.: Authoritative sources, as
early as the first century of thr
Common Era, claim there are 613
of these commandments in the
Bible. The first one to establish
the count is said to be Rabbi
Simon of Cairo, who wrote the
famous "Halochoth Gedolos"
around 900 C.E. He was followed
by Saadia Gaon and other con-
temporaries. Perhaps the most
extensive work on this subject
may be that of the famous Mai-
monodies, who wrote the well-
known "Sefer Hamitzvahs" (the
Book of Mitzvahs.)
The number 613 seems to have
been known for many years be-
fore Rabbi Simon. It is recorded in
the very first publication of the
Tasnatic Era (Pirke D'Reb Eliez
er) dating as far back as the first
century of the Common Era Thig
source finds the symbol of the
number 613 in the fact that the
numerical values of the Hebrew
word "Torah" amounts to 611. Tc
this two is added because of the
first two commandments uttered
by Gold, resulting in a total of
613.
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^JwisJhFhridlgan
(.|n Observance Of Jewish Book Month..
PAGE FIFTEEN
Sponsored Locally by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Greater Miami Y.'s
pad of Israel on Hebrew Culture
D.. TM3 M I 1 TDVIMn
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Oijr generation has been privileged to see the State of
1 come into being and the vision of Herz about to be real-
ed Zionists look forward hopefully to the day when Ahad
tram's dream will also come to complete fruition.
3 Ahad Ha'am. philosopher, essayist and one of the fathers
Renaissance was the
beauty and enchantment. The
writer
of the idea
cultural center:
of Hebrew-
great exponent
Palestine as a
center of wisdom, of Hebrew lan-
guage and literature, of physical
labor and purity of soul A cen-
tcr which will represent the Jew-
ish people
in miniature, so that
who seeks a model of
. ii--------fincj j{
Jewish cultural life may
there.
Ahad Ha'am s ideas became
early a part of the Zionist ideo-
logy, and to this day his influ-
ence is strong among the leaders
of Israel. One of Ahad Ha'am's
ardent disciples was Dr. Weiz-
mann. Throughout the years of
struggle and sacrifice, cultural and
practical settlement work went
hand in hand. And on May 14,
1948 when the State of Israel was
proclaimed, it found a people in
possession of a unified National
Hebrew language, and a system
of educational and technical in-
stitutions including the great He-
brew University.
The high degree of literary pro-
gress continues despite the tense
political situation prevailing in
Israel. Over four hundred books
were published last year covering
every field of literature.
One is struck by a significant
phenomenon, the appearance of
the younger generation on the
literary stage. Among the authors
of fiction and poetry books one
finds mostly names of the young
writers. It shows that the new
Hebrew literature is gradually
freeing itself from the influence
of the school of the older writers.
The older generation were motiv-
ated in fiction and poetry by
romanticism, nostalgia and frus-
tation. They reacted and were in-
spired by a foreign environment
and in addition they were ham-
pered by the limitation of the
Bible-Hebrew they have to em-
ploy. The younger generation, on
the other hand, has absorbed the
Hebrew language with their mo-
ther's milk: a modern pliable lan-
guage for the expression of the
complex moods and situations of
pioneer life. This year's novels
and poetry are realistic and one
feels and breathes the spirit of a
beloved motherland in all its
Chalutziuth MissionsA num-
ber of qualified men f!0m Israel
will be sent out to the Galut on
missions for Hebrew culture. They
help alleviate shortage
is young and peoples his
stories with young men and wom-
en, and tells their personal prob-
lems and struggles with surround-
ing enemies. Indeed, one cannot
imagine that these books could
have been written anvwhere else
except in Palestine.
In the books of poetry one finds
the best attributes of the old
masters especially the influence
of Bialik to which the new poets
added their own imagry, acrostics
and echoes. In poetry as well as
in fiction one meets many women
writers, a rare phenomenon in the
history of Hebrew literature.
For obvious reasons this year's
output of books of fiction and
poetry was smaller than in pre-
vious years, but they were richer
and more colorful than ever be-
fore. There were also published
many important works on Jewish
history, religion, philosophy and
on current events.
* *
Israel is, indeed, an arsenal of
Hebrew culture, precisely what
Ahad Ha'am envisioned. Israel
has, already, exerted a marked in-
fluence on American Jewry and
renewed efforts to foster Hebrew
culture are now being undertaken.
The Union of Hebrew Culture
(Brith Ivrith Olamith) with head-
quarters in Tel Aviv, initiated
two important projects: The
Chalutziuth Missions and Jeru-
salem examinations.
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Hebrew teachers wherever it may
occur. *
Jerusalem Examinations The
purpose of these examinations is
to set a general universal stand-
ard for minimal Hebraic Knowl-
edge required of cultured Jews.
The examination papers will be
marked by a special board in
Jerusalem which will issue di-
plomas to the successful candi-
dates. These Hebraists will be
called upon to make their influ-
ence felt and will set the cultural
pace in their communities.
On the occasion of the Jewish
Book Month, it is appropriate to
remind all Hebraically-literate
Jews to do for Hebrew culture
more than lip service. For expres-
sions of love and admiration for
the new Hebrew literature is not
enough. It behooves every one
who knows Hebrew to extend a
helping hand to the writers and
publishers of Israel by buying
their books.
Buy books for your home and
for your local library for your
instruction and edification.
Let the books form the legend-
ary miraculous paper bridge be-
tween Israel and America.
Library Open To Public
The Jewish National Fund
Council, 235 Lincoln Road, an-
nounces that a library composed
of approximately 150 books on
Zionism and other subjects of
Jewish interest is open' to the
public from 9:3') a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily except Saturday and Sun-
day. All the books included are
oil written in English.
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+Jenistfkrkftor
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948
Dr. Andron Feted At Academy Dinner RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Dr Andron, feted ;it ;i |*U
n>.-nuil dinner tendered by the
Hebrew Academy, .'! which he is
founder, Sunday night ; (.iroaainjwr PanooAul Hotel,
tribute to the Jewish community
(.<. the iuppori and encourage
paid 1100 per plate Congratula-
torj messages from all parts of
the nation ere -
MaJ WelU >'.> Aron, Israeli wai
hero, \\ ho was guest speaker
stated that "the acaden j a like
an echo ol the new rebirth of tho
men! of this unique form of eul anc eni culture now emerging i"
tural and educational prog ram Israel.'
l choose Ki construe the trib Ral In ng Lchm esenl
ute to me not .;> .; persoi al testi cd a >' kg silvi que j.'1 Dr
monial." the pioneci in Hebrew Vndron mition oi 1 edu
education in this area said t>ut Icatior.....cements foi the
.; 1 ecogn lion ol ,- ixlesi '". ......unit)
ure o( achievement I maj haw Cantor J V Goldring ol
made to the welfare ol the cow Miami Beach Jew sh Centt n$
munit^ several li. ; ... .-. ,. cms The
:'. v I ...:. to D \ -. -....... nj hoi us .--' the < ..
,;t : e ''. I w fh nu ked I >-r Schreib
the I anniversary of 1 >e aca 1 tng Jew sh s .> S 1 B
domj w pre i :::.-.:k educa Mi
Jewish Community Center
.Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
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12th Are. Rabbi Simon April.
Pride.) evening services at 5.00 p.m.
day morn i i services at 8:30
a.m Rabbi \; ril ... speak on "The
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CSani I erele Kelemer will
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Mil ha al :O0 p m. followed
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
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Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
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attend the sen c. u '
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Beach. Rabbi Joseph i S
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Saturday morriins
evening service at i
speak on "The Portl
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Shalos Seudo, an |, to
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Temple Isaiah (Reform), 492S
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N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A
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ek*att 4144 Chase Ave_ Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor
Samuel Keiemer.
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