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The Jewish Floridian ( December 24, 1948 )

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B^JewwislbJEIIoiPiidliiQun yp^UME 21-NUMBER 51 Combining THE JEWISHU NITY and THE JEW ISH WEEKLY ^^LI!^£H IDAY DECEMBER MHMT PRICE TEN CENTS William D. Singer To Head 1949 UJA William D. Singer, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will serve as chairman of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced today. Jacob Sher, president of the Federation, explained that Mr. Singer's duties would include the enlisting of the nine solicitation units chairmen, five non-solicitation units chairmen and more than 150 divisional chairmen and co-chairmen for the campaign. Goal of the 1949 drive will be set at a meeting of the board of governors early in January and the campaign will officially get under way in March. This year's campaign will be the eleventh annual fund-raising effort of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Machinery for conducting the drive will be under the direction of a campaign cabinet, membership of which will be composed of the campaign chairman and the heads of the campaign units to be named by Mr. Singer. Last year the goal of the Combined Jewish Appeal was set at {1,489,925 but before the drive was over nearly $1,525,000 had been subscribed by more than 8,000 contributors. In his announcement of the appointment of Mr. Singer to the ampaign chairmanship, Mr. Sher told the leaders of the Jewish community that they were facing a "tremendous task," in planning for the growth of the county. "As a community, we've come a long way since 1939, birth year of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation," he said. "In its first annual campaign in 1939. Federation raised $82,745 from 1,631 donors. In our past campaign in 1948, nine years later, more than 8,000 contributors gave more than $1,500,000. These figures reflect the powth of Greater Miami's Jewish community. "We can be justly proud of the Part we have played during the Past decade in aiding the Jews of w>pe and in upbuilding the and of Israel, all the while vigorously supporting our welfare proPWj at home. However, the [[owth of South Florida has been Phenomenal that our own local •gencies have not been able to ep pace with the multiplying aemands made upon them and in "any case., have been unable to "PPly the essential services relied by the community." ml?; revealed that the com?EP nning c mmittee of the SfS c?' Under the chairmanJPofStanley C. Myers, is cur*2L C nductin g a study of the S?K tl0r growth and ne *ds of ffn£ Wter Miami Jewis h comGdnVf a b3Sis for a ve-year with X fUnds Dlan t0 k ^P Pace ItkecJL a ? tici Pa*ed growth of kd2^ m ?u nity How much Wffl be KiSf 1 949 campaign oa been T, g ? Ur Pses has not yet ?? dete rmined, Mr. Sher said. l*aiL S n,T r in ^cepting the IWa hlp f the 1949 camKPH rted that the services VS by the Fe deration "retion to fu outsta nding contribu5-1 n ty e T" e ft th tQ tal • is with a sense Transjordan King Receives Israeli Peace Offer; Jerusalem Discussed William D. Singer of keen responsibility that I undertake the chairmanship of the campaign," he declared. JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Col. L. M. Carlsen, chief United Nations observer here, returned to the city after a visit to Amman where h e discussed with King Abdullah an Israeli proposal that negotiations be started immediately for an armistice, and, later a final peace settlement. It is reported here that at the next meeting between the Israeli and Arab Legion commanders in Jerusalem the Transjordan commander will be able to announce his monarch's formal reply to the negotiations offer, made last week. It is understood that Carlsen made a detailed report of his talk with Abdullah and forwarded it to the United Nations Secretariat and acting mediator Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, as well as to the memIbers of the consular truce commission here. One member of the commission, American acting consul general William Burdett, is presently on a tour of Amman and Beirut. Unofficially it was learned here that King Abdullah told Carlsen that he opposes the internatioy alization of Jerusalem and prefers that the city be partitioned between Israel and Transjordan. When Carlsen reportedly told Abdullah that in opposing internationalization of the city he was on the opposite side of the fence from Britain, the monarch is alleged to have replied that he had been advised otherwise. To Carlsen's arguments that Jews and Christians throughout the world opposed the idea of partitioning Jerusalem, Abdullah replied that it was the only solution. Meanwhile, reports here assert that Transjordan is facing a political crisis, with the Cabinet having resigned in protest against Abdullah's readiness to negotiate with the Israelis. The heir apparent is said to be under house arrest for opposing Abdullah's desire to negotiate. An Israeli spokesman this week revealed that there had been two British warships on the Gulf of Food For Israel Campaign To Begin Sunday Aqaba this month, showing a "certain British interest in this part of the world." He was commenting on a report in the Hebrew press, which quoted unnamed U.N. observers as stating that British troops have reached the Aqaba area. The spokesman also expressed his government's impatience at Egypt's continued delay in implementing the U.N. Security Council's instructions to begin armistice talks. Forty American tiuce observers are scheduled to leave Jerusalem shortly in line with the liquidation of the mediator's staff in Palestine. Preparations for the reception of the Conciliation Commission, set up by the recent General Assembly session in Paris, have already begun, despite the fact that it is not yet known whether the members of the threenation body will set up their headquarters in the Old City or the former Government House, in the demilitarized section of the new city. Cardinal Spellman's personal representative, Thomas McMahon, arrived here this week. The Food for Israel drive, now being conducted throughout the country by the Zionist Organization of America, will be launched Sunday by the Miami Beach Zionist District, according to Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the local campaign. Support for the drive, which will continue here through the Chanuka week, will be in the form of Chanuka gifts. Gift certificates of five and ten dollars will be sold by the Miami Beach District and the Miami Beach Masada. A goal of $10,000 has been established. Thursday has been set aside as Food for Israel day, Ginsburg announces, and tables will be set up all over Miami Beach for the sale of the gift certificates. Manuel Posey, national ZOA director of the American Zionist Fund, explained that the purpose of the drive is to supply Israel with foodstuffs and agricultural .•ommodities to alleviate the acute food shortage now confronting the civilian population of the country. The drive was activated by the ZOA in response to an official request of the Israel Supply Mission for immediate aid. Within two weeks three ships laden with food will be sent by the ZOA to Palestine. Ginsburg has selected the following committee chairmen: Dr. E. J. Edelman, distribution of certificates and liaison with Masada: | A *v e "" a t "8 pm S. Ashkenazy and Alfred Stone, Food for Israel day; Cantor Samuel Kclemer and Mike Cooper, hotel and night club coverage. Also participating in the drive will be: William Wagner, Paul Eisman, S. A. Goodman, Murray Goodman, Jacob Fishman, Meyer Edelman and at least one hundred volunteers from the Miami Beach District. Congregation Beth El To Dedicate New Building Sunday With Services And Ball Congregation Beth El will celebrate the dedication of the new Beth El Center and Religious School Sunday with a formal dedication service in the patio at 2:30 p.m. and a reception and grand ball for members of the congregation in Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Security Council Rejects Israeli Application For U. N. Membership fighting Breaks Out W* Negev front e Wir VlV ISrae1


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PAGE TWO +Jewlst> FhridHar FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 19 48 Community Chest To Stage Drive For More Funds A post-campaign drive to raise a minimum of $75,000 additional funds for the Community Chest of Dade County was announced by Paul R. Scott, president. The announcement followed a meeting of campaign leaders, the Chest budget committee, and presidents and executives of the Chest member agencies. Robert J. Mosher, Chest executive director, explained to the agency representatives what the allocation to each Red Feather service would be in 1949 on the basis of $824,396 raised to date, and what it would be if the total raised were increased to $900,000 He pointed out that an analysis of returns in the recent drive which ended December 2 showed that approximately 1800 accounts which had contributed S40.000 in the 1948 drive were still open for solicitation. Most of the outstanding accounts represent small businesses and winter residents who had not yet arrived during the campaign period, he explained. Those present at the meeting agreed unanimously to organize a clean-up team consisting of 200 to 300 workers, made up of agency board members and key campaign presonnel, and to conduct a concerted drive between January 10 and 31 to complete this job. The Miami Beach soliciting organization had previously decided on a clean-up campaign during the same period in order to reach winter residents and seasonal business establishments. Chest agencies will receive their January allotments on the basis j of their 1948 budgets, and 1949 allocations have been deferred until the total amount raised by the clean-up campaign is known. DON'T READ THIS Unless you are interested in a ture thing and have at least $50,000.00 in cash to invest. I have a small subdivision which contains large home sites, a 2-acre motel site with egress-ingress to U. S. 1 Hwy., and 9 large business sites on this hwy.; M established business in a new building with living quarters with 2 baths and a 4-bedroom, 2-tiled baths. CBS home on \\ acre. The price for all this is only $82,500.00, free and clear. See owner at Trade Winds Pottery Shoppe, Kendall, Fla. Pioneer Women To Celebrate Chanuka A Chanuka latke party will be given by the Pioneer Women Club No. One. Miami Beach. Sunday evering at 8 o'clock at the Park Central Hotel. 640 Ocean Drive Special Chanuka games have been arranged and a musical program will be presented. A recent Palestine film. "The Birthdav of a Prophecy,*' will be shown. Mrs. Bess Spanner, field representative of the national organization, will be guest speaker. Admission is $1.25. Proceeds will go to the children's emergency building fund in Israel. The Pioneer Women Club No. Two. Miami Beach, will hold a traditional Chanuka party Monday at the Educational Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave. Abe Dorf will conduct the Chanuka candle lighting ceremony which will precede the program Program will include Mollic Weissman with her accordion and Tanya Shore vocal soloist. Mrs. Bess Spanner wil speak to the group. A dinner, including latkes. will be served at 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes will be hosts. Communal singing around the candle light will also be included. —Associated Photographers Fannie Levitt, (seated) chairman of the dance committee makes final plans with Jerry Sussman of the Ritz Plaza Hotel for the annual fund-raising Chanuka dance sponsored by the Miami Business and Professional Group of Hadassah. The affair is scheduled for Sunday evening, 9 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Other members of the committee are, standing, (1. to r.) Thelma Smolensky, Anne Glazier, Ruth Smolensky. ^ Beach Jr. Hadassah Holds Formal Dance Tomorrow evening the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will present its annual "Miss Membership Formal Dance" at the King Cole Hotel. The affair will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and a cocktail party in the lounge of the hotel will precede the dance. Mai Malkin and his orchestra will play for dancing and there will be entertainment and favors. This affair is held exclusively for members of Junior Hadassah and their guests. Highlight of the evening will be the coronation of "Miss Membership"—the girl in Junior Hadassah who has brought in the most members during the contest period. Chairman of the affair is Miss Beverly Raphael, vice president. Members of the committee are the Misses Toby Cooper and Phyllis Wilpon, invitations: Miss Lillian Aronson, arrangements; Miss Freida Ankus, door; Miss Natalie Samuels, hostess. Assisting are the Misses Phoebe Koondel, Janice Goldriner. Kaylee Raffel, Roslyn Elbaum, Naomi Segal and Ethel Spahn. Novel programs and souvenirs for the event have been designed by Miss Toby Cooper, president. HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-D467, 5-0468 44Q E. LAS OLAS BLVD. IT. LAUDERDALE Leo Edwards, new chairman of Florida Racing Commission, now busy studying turf affairs at Tropical Park before being sworn in on January 4. The Miamian long a racing enthusiast, is well equipped for the official duties ahead. United Jewish Schools To Give Party Sunday The United Jewish Schools, sponsored by the Coral Gables, the Flagler-Granada, and the West Miami Jewish Centers, will hold 3 Chanuka party Surday morning at 10 o'clock at the Coral Theatre in Coral Gibles. The program, which has been arranged by Hy Pomerantz, director of the school, includes selections by the school choir, community singing, several numbers by Cantor Kenneth Randell and a Chanuka quiz. 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Wg^?Z^te^'*t^J.&££. Bn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 I'll Say... *J^lfHrhrffdfiaun PAGE THREE By HARRY SIMONHOFK Anti-Defamation League: The New Shtadlan In the days before the Demo-1 ing in Miami, seems to have had ratic Era. when Kings ruled by: but 5 members). Presumably, ornivine right, the people were sub-1 ganized Anti-Semitism has collects or serfs in a restricted polity lapsed. For, in spite of the efforts d economy. Jews were also Ser l^al disability They fived in Ghettoes, which had unavorable as well as favorable aspects. A profession arose that filled the needs of the time. Men either wealthy, influential, or talented, represented the Jewish declassees in the Castle or the to whip up sentiment for a $53,000,000 allocation from the Greater Miami Federation, little or nothing was said about the present activities of such hate mongering rabble. On the contrary, Atlanta, the birthplace and capitol of the K.K.K. was heralded as a sort of haven of arch-liberalism Palace, before the Legislature or, and good will, where Jews stand the Monarch. He was called the in the highest esteem. Shtadlan. a Polish title for the representative of Jewry. Advocate, intercessor, and spokesmen, the Shtadlan, was faced with the task of averting any disaster threatening his people. Generally, he was capable and conscientious; in the main, he performed his job creditably. Yet in history, this Hof-Jude is not remembered with honor. The very nature of his backstairs gum shoeing was demeaning. His use of persuasion and flattery, bribery and cajolery recalls the painful conditions under which the depressed and submerged Jews labored. The importance of the Shtadlan declined during the struggle for emancipation. The rise of the Zionist movement brushed him aside completely. Zionism declared that help could not come through the intercession of either friend or foe. The broad masses of Jewry must demand their just rights openly and fearlessly, from an unwilling world. The Old Methods But the obsolete has a curious way of returning. When Nazi propaganda launched a full scale, Anti-Semitic campaign in the U.S., we felt the impact in Miami. We had recourse to the methods of the old-fashioned Shtadlan. Among the numerous problems calling for action was a project to ferry American tourists between Key West and Havana by German owned ships, manned by Nazi seamen. Our backstairs negotiations induced both the Seaboard Airline RR. Co. and the Florida Motor Bus Line to cancel their agreements already entered j n f ac t, a very small premium for with the Nazi controlled North this kind of insurance. The cynic German Lloyd. Our numerous exm ight sneer that this excellent ploits attracted the attention of program to eliminate evil from Henry Monsky, late President of the world has been the goal of B'nai B'lith and Richard F. Gud-1 religions and governments. And stadt, national director of the'both have failed. Yet there is A.D.L. At our suggestion, they opened the first Regional A.D.C. Office in the South, which has been operating in Miami since 1940. The J.D.A. Conference Over a week ago a state wide conference of the Jewish Defense Appeal was called at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Miami Beach. The J-D.A. is the agency that raises funds for the defense uses of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League. At this session, lasting most of Sunday, we listened to the usual eloquent denunciations of Antikemitism. We also heard that beore the war there functioned in the U.S. over 800 Jew-baiting organizations. (One of these, W. G. Blanci.urd's White Front, operatThe constructive part of the program came up in the form of "Songs of Friendship" and a short movie. The songs, scarcely above the kindergarten mentality, are calculated in some way to ease racial and religious tensions. The picture, "Make Way for Youth" shows how a league of youngsters were able to break down the walls of group hatreds in Madison, Wis. and usher in the millenium when "the wolf shall dwell with the lamb." Our public relations experts in defense and good will maintained quite seriously that this movie, geared to the mentality of a 3rd grade public school child, would be used to show International Conferences, with long impressive names, how to abolish prejudice from the world. The New Technique The J.D.A. Conference demonstrated that the obsolete methods of the old-time Shtadlan are now passe. The new scientific techlique seems to be based on the assumption that as long as there exists hatreds against Negroes, Japs, Mormons, Jehovah-Witnesses, or Snake-Handling Sects, the Jews are not safe. Furthermore, the Anti-Semite is generally a frustrated creature, whose neurosis rises in the same ratio as depression and employment increases. Ergo, it is our obligation to stamp out every imaginable form of bigotry and intolerance. Furthermore, it is essential to maintain the status-quo of prosperity and good wages. An allotment by the Federation that will increase last year's $20,000 by an additional $33,000, is Essen Will Head Hibiscus Lodge A long-time active participant in Masonic events, Ben Essen this week was unanimously elected worshipful master of Hibiscus Lodge No. 275 by his fellow lodge members. He will serve for one year. Essen is a 32nd degree Mason, a member of the Miami Scottish Rites consistory and a Ben Essen member of the Mahi Shrine Temple. Besides being one of the most active members in all of these groups, Essen takes an intense interest in numerous other civic and welfare groups in Miami Beach. Junior Hadassah Will Sponsor Cocktail Party Plans have been completed for a cocktail party Sunday night at 8:30 o'clock at the home of Sonny Jaffee, 1895 S.W. 11th Terr. Entertainment will include selections by Renee Greenfield, vocalist and Rita Jo Quartin, pianist. Proceeds of the party will go towards the Youth Aliyah (immigration) agency that maintains refugee European youth in Palestine and the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing in Jerusalem. Senior Judaeans Elect The Ninth Grade Senior Judaeans, a newly organized group composed of eighteen members, elected the following members as officers: Gail Horowitz, president; Rhoda Feldman, vice president: Ann Cooper, publicity: Ruth Korn. chairman of Heren Hanoar; Beverly Hcilbrum, recording secretary; Ruth Jonas, corresponding secretary; Judy Grossman, treasurer; Andra Tompkins, JNF representative; Ann Brick, council representative. The group will present Palestinian songs and dances at the Chanuka convention to be held at Miami Beach Y. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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PAGE FOUR +Jelst)fk)rlcfk*ti FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 EDITORIAL Chanuka Outwardly the struggle of the Maccabeans was one against barbaric oppression, against a tryant who indulged in massacre as if it were a play thing. But the core of the conflict, the inner and more important strife, concerned itself with the opposition of two powerful faiths, two cultures, two completely dissimilar ways of life—the Hebrew versus the Greek. At the time when Mattathias called his people to resistance, Hellenism had filtered through the entire Middle East and even Judea was beginning to fall to the influence of the Greeks. Half of Judea spoke Greek, dressed Greek, felt Greek. It was when Antiochus Epiphanes outlawed the Sabbath, built a statue of Zeus in the center of the Temple and sacrificed pigs on the sacred altar that the true significance of Hellenistic expansion became apparent. The revolt began and it had to end in victory. The Jews could not sacrifice their past. It had come with too much struggle to be forfeited. The conception of one God as too lofty a height to be replaced with the diversities of pagan deities. The soft, easily enjoyed morality of the Greeks was too insipid a solution for the complexities of living. It missed the single firmness. It vacillated. It played with geomoetry and logic. The Jews demanded a truth, a way of conduct. They could not tolerate mental posing, mental arithmetic. They could not be satisfied with nice, philosophic nuances. Aristotlian analysis could not make up for the ecstatic righteousness that belonged to Moses. A culture was at stake. Judaism held the banner. It would not permit itself, nor the world, to slip back. Zeus could not triumph over Jehovah. When the sons of Mattathias returned victorious to a Temple no longer desecrated by pagan deities, Hallel the song of Thanksgiving was sung. Thus they showed their gratitude to a God who allowed His children to struggle for the honor of His name. A single jar of oil was found undefiled in the Temple sanctuary. It had escaped the profanation of the heathens. It was lit and the flame burned eight days, thus allowing time for the preparation of new oils, time for the ritual of the new dedication of the Temple. Since then it has been a Jewish custom during the eight-day Chanuka celebration to set the Menorah at night-fall to burn against the window so that a world whose heaven is darkened may behold light. Perhaps at no time since the days of the Maccabeans of old has Chanuka seemed to have so My Credentials—May I Come In? much meaning as it has for us today. On the face this appears to be a paradox. It is as though we were to say the farther we go from an event the closer it comes to us. Yet this is actually the case, and the explanation does not lie in any twilight realm of paTadox. We feel the Chanuka spirit more vividly this year because we have witnessed in our own days what amounts to a repetition of the great Maccabean feat and wonder of old. We have seen, as in the day of our Maccabean sires, a small number conquer a great host. The Maccabeans triumphed over a great Syrian military leader, Antiochus, reputed for his armed prowess. We have seen the Jews in Israel triumph over the Syrians and the Iraquis and the Yemenites and the Saudi Arabians and even over the British. We have seen what appeared a lost cause turn into brilliant victory. The Maccabean heroism still lives in the Jew. Year after year we have gone on praying for reVood For Israel The coming week of Chanuka has been A signated as "Food for Israel" week. Under tK general sponsorship of the Miami Beach Zi 0n District a one week campaign will take place t answer the nationwide call by the State of Ism l Supplies are urgently needed to augment the feS supplies, according to the Israeli Supply Mission here in our country to personally appeal on be half of the young country desperately trying on all fronts to stabilize its economic being. The ZOA is the exclusive agency for the col lection and dispatching to Israel of two and a half-million dollars worth of goods in this emeroency food procurement effort. y Israel has had to mobilize to the fullest its resources and manpower, to meet invasion on five fronts. Its women have sent their sons, husbands and sweethearts off to defend their soil—in the hills of Galilee, on the parched sands of the Negev, in Jerusalem. Others, not so young, not so fit, have been off working on hastily erected fortifications, or on Israel's "Burma Road," the lifeline to beleaguered Jerusalem. Many of the farms had to be neglected, as their tillers dropped their plowshares for swords to defend their hardwon land. That is why Israel's civilian population needs food, until once again it is left free to develop the land and its resources to support itself. Situated in the southermost portion of the United States the Greater Miami Community has been asked to support the "Food for Israel" drive by purchasing Gift Certificates, thus eliminating freight, packing and other unnecessary items in forwarding the merchandise to shipping centers. You can make it a happy Chanuka for our brethren in Israel by sending your gift certificate to the Miami Beach Zionist District office, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Ask your friends and neighbors to do likewise—make it a happy Chanuka! demption. We made our little contributions for Palestine. We sanq the song of Hatikvah, meaning hope, yet so long has been the Jewish tragedy that few of us dared hope very much. We had taken sufferance "to be our badge," as a great poet wrote. Yet, the miracle has happened. After the darkest night in our history, dawn has finally broken on Israel. As we kindle the Chanuka lights anew this year, the light that is Israel will brighten the festivity and illuminate the road to our destiny. Both Tfilah To Present Cantor Cantor Samuel Vigoda, renowned religious singer, will conduct services at Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., this evening and tomorrow. Services this evening will begin promptly at 5 and tomorrow morning promptly at 8, according to Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. The cantor will also appear in a Chanuka concert Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Ho will be accompanied by JosPlaza Features Stars On Stage Program Beginning December 29 at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, Paul Burstein and Lillian Lux, supported by a large New York vaudeville company, will appear in person. The screen attraction will feature Jennie Goldstein in an all Yiddish film with English subtitles, "Two Sisters." This week's bill starting today Temple Isaiah To Mark Chanuka On Sunday at 7 p.m. Temple Isaiah in cooperation with the Sisterhood will sponsor a Chanuka package party. The kindling of the candelabra will be featured and there will be community singing and entertainment, including a playlet to be presented by the boys and girls of the Religious School. Participating in the program will be eph Shreibman. Tickets may be purchased at %  SSLr^^SSSLf? fc the synagogue or from the folbrings Max Kletter, operatic star! Joy Brenner, Milton Tupler, and concert violinist, with the' Glenn Gordon, Gail Pollack and Feder Sisters, in a program of Roberta Cohen. A full length movie will be shown by Abe lowing 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. vJewisli fiforffdiatjn Published every Friday since 1P2V vy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£ Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed •he Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newsoaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 3.00 Two Years 1 5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE rnd PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 51 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 KISLEV 22, 5709 "The Jolly Shoemakers," a Yiddish musical comedy, will be presented at the Plaza Theatre. Miami Beach, for a five day engagement starting December 29 through January 2. Starring Pesechka Burstein with the young Yiddish star Lillian Lux, the play has received an enthusiastic reception throughout the country. Sholom Secunda, composer of Bie Mere Bist du Shein, wrote the music. This will be the only appearance of the troupe in the area. A continuous performance during the five days will begin at two o'clock until midnight. Schonfeld, official movieman of the temple and dancing will follow in the patio. Refreshments will be provided. According to the Mesdames Ida Belle Purcel, Betty Silver and Rose Brodsky, ways and means committee of Temple Isaiah's Sisterhood, admission to the party is by a small gift package which will be auctioned for the benefit of the temple. The public is invited. Blue Ribbon Laundry Marks 1st Anniversary Today marks the first anniversary of the new management of the Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc., now owned and operated by Nathan Slomowitz. Located at 1403 N.W. 7th Ct., the building has been renovated inside and out. New equipment has been installed by the owner-manager who has been in the dry cleaning and laundry business for 28 years, coming here from Ossining, N. Y. The Blue Ribbon was established 15 years ago and formerly specialized in agency work. This has been eliminated by Mr. Slomowitz in favor of dealing direct with the retail trade. In addition, the establishment handles much of the hotel business. "Lengthening the life of your linens," is the aim of the veteran operator, who states that he has introduced a policy of never neglecting his year-round customers for the season trade. "We are here to serve you when you need us— not onljfawhen business is slack, is the motto of the management. Leaders In Gables Jewish Center Drives Rabbi Grauer To Begin Forum Series Tonight Rabbi Murray Grauer inaugurates the fourth series of Friday evening forums at Congregation Beth El tonight. The forums are beginning this week in conjunction with the dedication of the new synagogue which was built under the guidance and leadership of the Rabbi. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Dedication, a Joint Theme with Chanuka." CanTo Meet Tuesday Night President Sam Silver has called a board meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center for Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. M. Corenblum, 6404 S.W. 12th St. which will consist of traditional Zemiros and modern Palestinian songs. An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by the Sisterhood, will be held after the services in the Dora August Memorial Hall. Rabbi Grauer, who received his B. A. from Yeshiva University, was also ordained at that institution. He worked for his M. A. tor Milton Friedman will render in political science and sociology isical portion of the service | at Columbia University. JL^afftl a^H iBaW i^Li ^W^ ^OW[ m $?&-*m& 1*5 Safe \ • .1 i r L5IJ W I ^p* A y. ^^"" %  •/v ( H 1 Sam Weissel William L. Pallot, Miami attorney and resident of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, has been appointed chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish Center membership drive which is now in full swing. Sam Weissel, pioWilliam Pallot neer Jewish resident of Coral Gables, is a leading light in tw Center's building campaignArchitectural plans have already bee completed and the erection ol Center building is imminent.



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pumAY-D ECEMBER 24, 1948 Center Sisterhood To Hold Meeting The f' rst :' fternoon meetin K in history of the Sisterhood of e Miami Beach Jewish Center ill be held Monday at 1:30 p.m the Center pattio in the new building, 1701 Washington Ave.. which is just being completed under the supervision of Architect Albert Anis. After a brief business meeting Mrs. Arthur Klein, president, will introduce Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman. The program will be introduced by a Chanuk; candle light ceremony. Rabbi Lehrman will review the book "Prince of the Ghetto" by Maurice Samuel. Community singing will be led by Ben Yomen, musical director of the Center and a Chanuka party will follow. Special honor guests will be the following members who celebrate their birthdays during the month of December: Mother Bloom, the Mesdames J. Feinbcrg. A. Schwartz, Geo. Sugarman. Mary Cohen. H. Mitchell, Sallie Rosenson, Julius Seligman, L. H. Dobrow, M. Pulver, Chas. Brown, J. Hader, Helen Reisman, Frances Paetro, M. Gordon, Pauline Rosengarten, M. S. Rubin, H. Auslander, E. Spitzer, Mollie Wittner, Tillye Zucker, Sylvia Singer, H. Kipness, Sally Horowitz, Evelyn Morrison, Frances Warschoff, Rebecca Merrivitzer and Bernard Brown. Hostesses for this meeting will be the following members: Miss Lil Danziger, the Mesdames Hattie Friedlanel. Abraham Goodman, J. Burris, Geo. Goldberg, Samuel Ginsberg, Ben Zion Ginsberg and Jack Falk. A Chanuka game night will be given by the Sisterhood on Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Center patio at 1701 Washington Ave. Proceeds (if this affair, which is an annual event, will be used towards furnishing the new reFor Your Chanukah Recipes Temple Sisterhood Opens Gift Shop To commemorate Chanuka which begins the evening of De cember 26, the Temple Both Sholom Sisterhood has on hand Chanuka menorahs and candles as well as gifts, to fill every conceivable holiday need, according to an announcement by Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Sisterhood Gift Shop. "For weeks we have been purchasing the most complete supply of Chanuka menorahs. games, books, records, informals, book marks, seals, candles and 'dreidels\" states Mrs. Ell, "until now we have the most complete stock of Chanuka items in Greater Miami. All proceeds from the operation of the Sisterhood Gift Shop which is now in its second year, are spent for the maintenance' and enlargement of the Temple Religious school. l^l^tlhridliar PAGE FIVE FOR RENT Beautiful, modern 2-Bedroom home. Every convenience — completely furnished. Lovely quiet neighborhood for people who want and appreciate nice surroundings. Suitable for 4 adults. By year or season — Reasonable. CLOSE IN 835 N.W. 7th Street Road Phone 82-6981 Foatnrinr, u —Ardmore Studio and Ph 3 u *u com P le *e display of Chanuka Menorahs TemS'K *!' V h e Beach is 'he. 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PAGE SIX JetviW norldHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) BEHIND THE SCENES: A long-standing conflict between the members of the Jewish Agency executive in Jerusalem and those in the United States has finally been settled to the satisfaction of the American members The conflict developed over the jurisdiction of the American branch of the Jewish Agency ... Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann and other U. S. members of the Jewish Agency executive insisted that nothing should be done by the Jerusalem branch in the United States over the head of the American executive They demanded that the American branch be considered the supreme authority over Zionist issues in the United States ... In other words—they wanted complete autonomy in matters concerning supervision of Zionist activities in this country and the work conducted on American soil to help in the development of Israel This demand arose as a result of the Jerusalem's branch's addressing communication to groups in this country directly, sometimes even without prior consultation with the American section of the executive For a while it looked as though there might be a serious breach between the Jewish Agency leaders in New York and j the headquarters of the Agency in j Jerusalem Some members of the American section even indicated that they might resign, if Jerusalem continued to ignore their request ... It reached a point where some of the leading members of the American section of the executive were inclined not to participate in U.P.A. negotiations with the J.D.C. for the renewal of the United Jewish Appeal for the coming year Now the matter has been settled completely with the announcement by the Jerusalem executive giving the fullest rights to the American section The latter has now been entrusted "with full responsibility for representing, guiding and supervising all activities on behalf of the Zionist movement on the American scene" Thus, Dr. Silver and his group again emerged victorious from a battle which was this time conducted in great secrecy, but which could have ended with plenty of noise. • • • DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: Believe it or not, but the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is now already thinking in terms of Jewish needin 1975 This is due to a report by the U. S. Bureau of the Census predicting changes in the general population in this country by 1975 that have stror.g implications for planners of Jewish community organisation ... Tr.e report foresees a decrease in the population growth, a large increase in the older age groups and little change in the number of children and youths Looking at the implications of these trends, the Council of Jewish Federations notes that the aging population will need expanded programs byfamily services, community centers, hospitals and homes for aged ... It also draws attention to the fact that immigration, or rather the immigration quota, will have its effect on the growth and age composition of the Jewish population in this country Unless immigration is increased, the present programs of Jewish social agencies will definitely be affected Incidentally, other studies made in various cities reveal that the annual birth rate among Jews in the United States is 30 percent lower than that of non-Jews These studies also reveal that intermarriage is constantly increasing in New York and that this seems to be the case also in other cities Intermarriage occurs more frequently in the case of Jewish men than women, and the non-Jewish spouse is more often a Protestant than a Catholic The Jews have a longer span of life than members of non-Jewish groups. Dr. Kurt Singer To Address North Shore B'nai BVith Women At Lunch Dr. Kurt Singer, author of the book, "Spies and Traitors of best seller, "Spies and Traitors of. World War II" has been transWorld War II" and authority on, lated into 15 languages and has international affairs will[address j ^^ considerable praise from Gablos ZOA Will Hold First Meet The inaugural meeting of the Coral Gables Chapter of the Zionist Organization of America will take place Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Shepard Broad, active in local Zionist affairs and vice president of the Southeastern Region ZOA. will be principal speaker. Harold George Shapiro, a leader in national Masada, will also speak briefly. A Chanuka candle lighting ceremony under the direction of Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director, will precede the program. Community singing led by a Masada group and a social hour will follow. Chanuka refreshments will be served. The public is invited, and there will be no solicitation of funds. members of the North Shore Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith at a literary luncheon and autograph party honoring the author Monday at 12:30 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant, Miami Beach. Dr. Singer, who is a member of the United Nation's Speaker's research committee, has addressed college audiences, civic forums and radio listeners exceeding five million persons and has contributed to the Saturday Evening Post, the American Magazine, Liberty, the New York Times and New York Herald-Tribune. His Beach Zionists Will Hear Rabbi Shoulson Rabbi Isadore Shoulson, past president of the Eastern Delaware Zionist District in Philadelphia, will speak on "The Normal State of Israel" at the luncheon club of the Miami Beach Zionist District at the National Hotel, Wednesday at 12:15, Harold Shapiro, chairman, announced. Rabbi Shoulson, who held the pulpit in Westchester, Pa., for eleven years, is Rabbi Emeritus of Kosher Israel Congregation in Westchester and is now on leave of absence from Ohavas Chessed Syngagoue in Philadelphia. Rabbi Shoulson will spend his winters here, where he is engaged in business and his summers in Atlantic City, where he owns and directs a hotel. CLUB GRANADA introduces The Zwillionaires in "ZWILL'S A POPPIN" It' 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 $1.50 Up It's well worth the trip 4897 S. W. 8th Street (On the Trail) Mizrachi Women To Mark Chanuka The Miami Beach Branch, Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, will present a Chanuka festival at the Beth Jacob Synagogue Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Proceeds will go towards the children's village project in Palestine, it was announced by Mrs. Nat H. Hochman, president. This event, which is an annual affair, is to be one of the organization.^ largest projects of the year. Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct the Chanuka candle lighting ritual and will render a number of traditional holiday songs. Mrs. Martha Redding, pianist and popular singer, will present a program of songs in Hebrew and Yiddish. Following the entertainment, refreshments will be served. Mrs. Betty Turk is chairman. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Pauline Chill and Mrs. Tillie Levine. Chairman of the refreshment committee is Mrs. Bessie Michalberg. Serving on her committee as hostesses will be: Mesdames Mary Goodman, Cecelia Goldenberg, Goldie Sir, Minnie Wexlcr, Ida Friedman, Samuel Reinhard, Rachel Katz, Molly Sobel and Miriam Strosky. Mrs. Hochman has announced a general membership meeting for tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Committee reports will be given and a program and refreshments will follow the meeting. Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Pauline Chill are in charge of arrangements. Rer. Philip Fried Expert Certified Mohel Graduate of Philadelphia Jewish Hospital Recommended by PHYSICIANS and RABBIS Phone 58-3659 D. ROSNER Management Dietary Laws Phone 5-0041 %  tL on the beach at nth Street miAmi BEACH," FLORIDA*. [-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i V-TEL. 3343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL MMES Inlvmation Gladly Futnatttd on ftcqutit SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish the critics. His most recent book, published December 17, is called "Three Thousand Years of Espionage" and reveals the workings of spy rings since the beginning of history. Dr. Singer now resides in Coral Gables but is continuing his lecture appearances throughout the East and Middle West. The luncheon committee of the North Shore Women's of B'nai B'rith is headed by Mis. 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FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 24, 1948 ^Jenhtthrid/an Need Help in • Hurxy?-Call R.l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Oolor*d Hlp Phone* -M17 — •e727 B1 N. B. Bth 8tret Al_ MEIDENBERQ. Owner SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM REST, CONVALESCENCE ANP CMMtOC CAMS MsTOWSeW lAMI-rinRIDA B'nai B'rith Council Launches 1949 Fund Raising Campaign This Week The B'nai B'rith Council, i presenting more than 3400 B'nai B'rith men and women in the Greater Miami area, has launched its 1949 fund drive, Wm. L. Pallot. council president, announced this week. The fund-raising campaign will support B'nai B'rith community Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami Essen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. 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The drive will also facilitate expansion of the organization into new lodges and chapters in this area. During the past year, five adult lodges and chapters and two youth groups have been organized in Miami and Miami Beach. Individual lodges and chapters will realize a percentage of all monies raised wihich are earmarked for local service projects Major charitable project of B'nai B'rith on a national scale is the "Aid-to-Israel" program which has been highlighted by contributions of automotive equipment, medical supplies, clothing, jeeps, ambulances, and other necessary items from the larger metropolitan centers in the United States. At the local level, B'nai B'rith Women chapters have maintained a year-round service program in the Pratt Veterans Hospital while other groups have supplied schools with books and play ground equipment. The B'nai B'rith Council consists of 46 delegates from all B'nai B'rith groups and this unit formulates and activates the service policies of B'nai B'rith in the greater Miami area. The next meeting of the B'nai B'rith Council is scheduled for Thursday at 330 Seybold Building, at which time officers for 1949 will be elected. Miami Judaeans To Mark Judaea Month The Young Judaeans and Senior Judaeans of Miami and Miami Beach will observe National Young Judaea Month on Wednesday with a special Young Judaea Chanuka night to be held at the Miami Beach Y, according to Joseph Pardo, chairman of the Young Judaea Leader's Council. The month of December has been designated Young Judaea month to mark the 40th anniversary of the organization which represents more than 15,000 young people throughout the United States. Young Judaea is under the auspices of the American Zionist Youth Commission, the joint agency of the Zionist Organization of America and Hadassah, and embodies more than 900 groups. The primary objective of Young Judaea Month, Mr. Pardo said. is to acquaint the community with Young Judaea's intensive program on the American scene and its activities in support of the youth of Israel, so as to stimulate the organization of new groups in the community. The Miami Young Judaea Clubs are currently participating, together with other groups ot Young Judaea throughout the country, in a drive to build a training center in Israel for the Tsofim, Jewish Scouts. Beach AJC Women Give Dinner Dance Miami Beach Chapter, American Jewish Congress, will hold its annual benefit dinner dance at the Beachcomber on Chanuka eve, Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Mac F. Weiner. Mrs. Edward Glasser and Miss Clara Goldenberg are in charge of reservations, while Mrs. Jerome Kimball is in charge of publicity. Public relations committee for the event include Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jew 1st fhridictr FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 19 48 %  %  I ..... i : I i. I.' %  %  Harriet Schiff Married To Dr. Jules Beck wit t In Ceremony At Shelborne Dr. and Mrs. Jules Irvvin Beckwitt are shown following their wedding on Dee. 11 at the Shelborne Hotel. Mrs. Beckwitt is the former Miss Harriet Schiff. daughter of Dr. Nathan S. Schiff of New York, and Mrs. Sylvia II.iir...11. Siudio Schiff of Miami and Washington. D. C. Nuptials were performed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, pioneer Miami residents. Mr. And Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk United In Garden Wedding December 5 In a double ring wedding amid a garden setting Sheldyne Arons. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Arons. 1152 N.W. 6th St., became the bride of Sheldon Lelchuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk. 1414 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated and Mrs. M. Yomen provided the organ music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white slipper satin trimmed with a bertha of white Chantilly lace edged in seed pearls. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a satin bonnet with orange blossoms, and her train was court length. She carried a mother-ofpearl prayer book adorned with white orchids. Rita Arons, maid of honor, for her sister, wore a gown of pale blue marquisette and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Lawrence Arons was best man. The bride's mother chose-a dress of dusty rose crepe with a bodice of silver beads. She wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Lelchuk wore a dress of taupe crepe trimmed in lace. Her corsage was composed of green orchids. A reception followed the ceremony. After the wedding trip, couple will reside at 1000 7th St. the N.W. : ^r w n"' ';;ii lliCC m iJArns imcoin 'ft CQ*0iT*O*tb\ I 1 La *'*• COMDinOMO £ 145 I. FLAGLER ST. OPEN 11:45 SUNDAY Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk Betrothal Announced The betrothal of Miss Barbara Hecsh to Arthur Miller, Philadel1 phia, Pa., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Hecsh, 1619 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Barbara, her fiance and her brother, Robert J. Hecsh, will spend the holidays with the Hecshes. They attend schools in Philadelphia. 'ENJOY LIVING BY GIVING" Visit the SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE BETH SIIOLOM RELIGIOUS GIFT SHOP 4144 Chase Avenue MIAMI BEACH CHANUKAH SPECIALS Menorahs Candles Dreidels Records Books Games Seals Informals Souvenirs MONDAY THRU FRIDAY— 9 TO 5 SUNDAY—10 TO 12 A.M. Personally Speaking Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei have as their houseguest Mrs. Tillie Katz, Mrs. Machtei's mother. Mrs. Machtei and her mother arrived from New York Tuesday. Mrs. Katz will spend the winter in Miami, returning to New York after Pesach. + %  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables, have their two sons Cadets William (Buddy) and F. Roy, home from Valley Forge Military Academy for the holidays. Buddy plans to spend the New Year's weekend in Havana, Cuba, as the guest of Cadet Louis Lastra. Several parties have been arranged for the boys durina their stay. Hyma B. Hecht, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128 Washington Ave., has returned for the holidays from the Long Island College of Podiatry, where he is a sophomore student. Hecht is a graduate of the University of Miami. Mrs. Esther Scheinholt and her two children are spending the Chanuka holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman, 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Scheinholt will celebrate her eighteenth wedding anniversary Monday, December 27, which is also Mr. Werman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, owners and operators of the Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are spending the next three months at the Yacht Basin Apartments in Clearwater Beach, Fla. Before returning to Hendersonville to open the hotel for the summer, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will stop in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzman, 1207 Meridian Ave., announce the birth of a boy on December 18. Mrs. Weitzman is vice Dresident of the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Alfred Aronovitz is spending the holidays wi,th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave. Alfred, who is a junior at Harvard, arrived Monday and will return to Cambridge. Mass., shortly after the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eugene Farber and daughters Jane and Virginia of Toledo, Ohio, are the houseguests of Mr. Farber's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch of the Royal Beauty Supply Co. + Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller and their two children, Jay and Franklin, arrived at their home at 3010 S.W. 19th Terr, for the winter season. They have as their guest Miss Violet Friedman of Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen will spend the holidays in Miami. Dr. Cohen is the son of Dr. Harry Cohen, 1130 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Cohen is the former Judith Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Euaene Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St. + Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, have as holiday houseguests Mrs. Turk's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Schwartz, of Long Island, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P. Wohlstadter, Brooklyn. The Northerners will remain in Miami until shortly after the first of the year. -fc Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jaff'ee of Chicago, 111., are vacationing at the Jefferson Hotel on Miami Beach. Mrs. Jafee is giving a review of "Destination, Palestine" by Dr. Ruth Gruber at the home of Mrs. Bessie Adlerblum, 1320 S.W. 6th St., Tuesday at 8 p.m. Joseph Richards of Brookline, Mass., is spending his vacation with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2541 S.W. 14th St. M Mr. and Mrs. Murray Idelson, Dorchester, Mass., are spending their annual vacation in Miami Beach. During their stay they will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans. + Monte Tischler, freshman at the University of Chicago, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Tischler, 2133 S.W. 19th Ave. Joining the other college students spending the holidays in Miami is Artrhur Pearl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl, 1823 S.W. 14th Terr. Arthur is a freshman at Emory in Atlanta. %  % %  %  Sandra Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bossak, recently underwent a tonsilectomy. %  %  Leonard Fruchtman of Toledo, Ohio, is a guest at the Shelborne Hotel. • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rokeach. Great Neck, Long Island, and their two children, Linda and Michael, are visiting Mrs. Rokeach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schatz, Miami Beach. %  % %  Dr. and Mrs. Max Tendrich announce the birth of a baby girl, Adrian Lynne, born at Coral Gables Hospital December 20. Carole J. Fenias To Celebrate Birthday Chanuka Events Planned For Beth David Children Sunday morning a Chanuka party sponsored by the PTA will be held during the Sunday school session. Chanuka gifts will be exchanged and refreshments will be served. A program will be presented during the assembly at 11:30 a.m. Children of the 7th through the Uth grades will hold a dance in the Talmud Torah puditorium at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Children of the Hebrew school vill celebrate with a traditional Chanuka latke party Thursday morning which will include the kindling and blessing of the Chanuka lights. Carole Jov Fenias A formal supper and dance honoring the 16th birthday of their daughter Carole Joy, is being given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fenias of 4170 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach, in the ocean lounge of the Rpney Plaza hotel on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Among the sixty young guests and immediate family, there will be many who have traveled a long way to join Miss Fenias' celebration of her birthday. Out of town guests include: Miss Sally Goodman, Burlington, N. C; Miss Barbara Tobias, High Point, N. C; Miss Amy Levy, Philadelphia, Pa.; Miss Sue Gilbert, New York City, N. Y.; Seymour Bates, Greensboro, N. C; Jay Tellas, Philadelphia, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fenias of Newark, N. J. Nat Blumbergs To Hold Open House On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg will be hosts at an open house on Sunday from three to six at their home 1285 S.W. 19th Terr. Honor guests will be their sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried, whose wedding was a Thanksgiving Day event in Elizabeth, N. J. The Frieds, who are expected to arrive today, will remain until January 2. Arriving earlier this week to attend the affair were Stanley's brother Marvin and a friend, Jerry Levy, also of Elizabeth. 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ppiDAY JDECEMBER 24, 1948 Double Ring Candlelight Ceremony joins Audrey Hankoff And Nelan Sweet A double ring candlelight ceremony last Sunday united i in marRabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The couple repeated their vows beneath a carnation decked canopy in a room decorated with potted palms and gladioli. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory satin and Chantilly lace bridal gown designed with long lace sleeves tapering into pointed wrists. A highnecked fitted lace bodice [encrusted with seed pearl icame to a point in front and back and the satin skirt fell into a long train An elbow-length veil of ilIlusion with a scattered seed | pearl design fell from a &seed pearl coronet. The bride carried a Bible covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Miss Marcia Hankoff, sister of the bride. She wore an offthe shoulder gown of rose net over satin. Mrs. Theodore B. Hankoff, sister-inlaw of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Tema Rubenstein, cousin of the bride, and Miss Pearl Sapero. The three attendants wore identical gowns of silver-gray lace over satin with off-the-shoulder necklines. Bernard Sweet, of Madison, served as best man for his brother. Justin Sweet, of Madison, another brother of the bridegroom, and Theodore B. Hankoff, Ardmore studio brother of the bride, were ushers. A dinner in the Monte Carlo Hotel followed the ceremony. Joseph M. Rose, lifelong friend of the bride's parents, served as I toastmaster. Formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., the bride has lived in Miami Beach lor 12 years. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High school, and attended the University of Texas, the University of Miami and the Imversity of Wisconsin. Marcilyne Frank Weds Murray Zohn PAGE NINE Sonya Joan Danbaum Betrothal Revealed i Mr. Sweet is the son of William Sweet, of Madison and the late Mrs. Sweet. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Law, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity. Be also has a bachelor's degree in accountancy lrom tne University oi Wisconsin School of Business Science. He will be associated with Mr. Hankoff in the Monte Carlo Hotel. L h ? co u £l is s P cn d ir ig a 10-day honeymoon motoring through testate of Florida. On their return, they will make their home in |Hiami Beach. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding included WiUiam I Mr. it ir* S w €et and Mr and Mrs Bernard Sweet, of Madison; IM m £'J ler f pi "s b "rgh, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hankoff || Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bellinson of Troy, N. Y. Mrs. Murray Zohn The wedding of Marcilyne Frank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frank, 5400 La Gorcc Dr., to Murray Zohn, son of Mrs. Sophie Zohn, 922 S.W. 3rd St., took place Sunday, December 12, in the patio of the Miami Beach Elks Club. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the ceremony and Cantor Maurice Mamches chanted the traditional wedding music. The bride, who was given in Sonya Joan Danbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum of 200 West Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sonya Joan, to Samuel Joseph Rabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob marriage by her father, wore a i Rabin of Dayton, Ohio. fanette Tupler Engaged To Gershon Miller; Wedding Set For February 20 The engagement of Jeanette Tupler to Gershon Miller, son of F and Mrs. Simon MiUer, Dif*> Island, has been announced i her mother Mrs. Faye Tupler, The bride-elect is a graduate of Northwestern University School J Spcech a nd has taught and petal dramatics in Chicago and *nu. She is presently doing fid 'o acting and announcing as Cr member of station WXRT p in Chicago. The local Jewf News and Views program of atlt "> WMBM was initially cast b V her. Miss Tupler JMed Camp Brandeis Institute r fl the first scholarship award^J> 'he Miami area. Miller attended Stevens InJye a r? e f Chn0l0gy Two <* hL < years of service in the Army I overseas as flight control W I Present he is Practic% haying graduated from *cum,^ SUy J o fMi ami School of C a Ud ?' Mr Mi er is the grand marshall of the t-psilon Law Fraternity 'lumnus of Pi Lambda %  "5 e At present he is t'Te f thG y Uth di rru d Drive. gown of white duchess satin with lace jacket and lace gloves. She carried a white Bible showered with white orchids. Mrs. Milton Fink, the matron of honor, was attired in yellowfaille. Bridesmair.s were Mrs. Irwi n Berger, Mrs. Lloyd Gardner and Estelle Grecnberg, cousin of the groom. They were gowned in aqua tafetta. Milton Zohn was best man for his brother. Ushers included Morton Frank, brother of the bride. Irwin Berger and Lloyd Gardner. Mrs. Frank chose a toast colored lace gown for her daughter's wedding. The groom's mother was attired in aqua silk crepe. A reception followed the ceremony. Out of town wedding guests were Mrs. Betty Utlcy, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Mildred Kates, Havan.i, Cuba, aunts of the groom; Mrs. Yetta Metz and Jacob Metz, Brooklyn. N. Y., aunt and grandfather of the bride. The bride attended Miami Beach High school. The groom, who is a graduate of Miami Senior High, served for four and a half years in the Naval Air Force. He is now owner of the Rich-Zohn Beauty Shop at 530 N.W. 42nd Ave. After a week's honeymoon at a Miami Beach Hotel, the couple is residing at 821 S.W. 18th Ave. Miss Danbaum is a graduate of Kcmper Hall in Kenosha, Wis., and now attends the University of Miami, where Mr. Rabin is a member of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He organized and for two years was president of the Hucksters Club, university advertising fraternity. He was also business manager of the 1947 Ibis, school yearbook. In February, 1946, Mr. Rabin was discharged from the Air Corps after three and one half years of active duty, having been stationed at Wright Field, Manila and Tokyo. The engagement party is being held at the. bride elect's home, with a dinner for family and friends afterwards at the Versailles Hotel. Miami Sisters Wed To California Bovs :current Miami Comm,, -. uuem Miami jfi&ff* CentCr Build 'ehruary 20 *edding. has been set for Sally Snow To Appear At Foster Musicale Sally Snow, concert pianist who recently moved to Miami, will appear at Miss Bertha Foster's weekly musicale at the Foster estate, 18 Belle Isle, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Fraternal Order To Sponsor Musical Evening Celebrated performers, M. Gibson. N. Melnick, Deborah Rosenblum. have been brought back to Miami by popular demand for an evening of music, comedy and drama to be presented at the Miami Beach High school auditorium January 2 at 8:30 p.m. Also on the program, which is being sponsored by the Nathan Shandloff Branch No. 192, Jewish People's Fraternal Order, is Luba Kadison, well known concert pianist. Tickets range from $120 to $1.80 (tax included) and may be purchased at the door. Mrs. Melvin Robert Shaw Two Miami sisters were recently married to Californians. Florence Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101 S.W. 20th Ave., was married to Melvin Robert Shaw of San Francisco on August 29 in the Palace Hotel in that city. Her sister, Shirley, was married to James Ellison, also of San Francisco there last Sunday. Both girls attended Miami Senior High. Upon graduation, Florence attended the Miami Conservatory of Music, where she studied piano. Florence was also a pupil at the Hildegarde School of Dance for many years. Shirley Mrs. James Ellison attended the University of Miami and later taught piano at the Miami Conservatory. Both girls were active in USO work during the war. Mr. Shaw, son of Ellis Lapkin, attended Stowe School and Oxford University in England. He served with the RAF for three years and is now a student at the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Ellison, son of Mrs. r "" Ellison, was a student at Marquette University in Milwaukee. Wis. He served in the Army for three years and is now enrolled at the University of San Francisco. Both couples will reside in San Francisco. %  I i [' i t I i • • • %  S ^^HBBMfi^^HBi %  ,.


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PAGE TEN +JeisHk>ridfiar> FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1949 STEEL ERECTING HAULING Non Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Talented Five Year Old Diver Was Afraid Of Water Seven Months Ago DINING AND DANCING "AT ITS BEST" VICTOR'S FOOD FOR THE EPICURE' NOW AT THE RALEIGH OCCAM CORNCR AT 1 8th ST PHGNl 5-072., ,. S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. ciED -iris Telephone 5-9017 Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director A five-year-old who seven months ago was afraid of the water is today attracting the attention of experts for his dexterity in diving and performing aquatic acrobatics. He is David Eisenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Eisenberg, 7734 Bvron Ave., who accompanied by their son and daughter, moved here from Syracuse, N. Y., in May. Little Davy, who shied away from the water during his initial visit to a pool with his father, taught himself to dive without his parents' knowledge and was soon drawing crowds who marveled at his prowess on the diving board. Ralph "Smitty" Smith, well known diving coach, learned of Daw's ability and placed the boy under his tutelage. After one day's coaching, the instructor placed Daw in a water show. Smitty is very enthusiastic about the boy's ability, calls him "a natural born diver" and predicts that if he continues to progress at his present rate he will be on the Olympic team by the time he is thirteen. Producer John Johnson, who is here for the shooting of "Slattery'S Hurricane," heard about Davy and last week made screen tests of the boy and his twelve year old sister, Helene, who is also an accomplished diver. The tests were successful and Producer Johnson has promised to cast Davy in a film when the former returns to Hollywood. Davy, whose half gaynors, swan dives, one and a half twists have earned him an accolade from experts and laymen alike, has been dubbed the "Wonder Boy" by a local columnist. In making a dive the 57-pound Davy flies 22 feet into the air. He has appeared in a number of aquatic exhibitions including the lend-a-hand benefit at the Snore Club last week. SEITLIN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Temple Israel To
Hold Student Dance
The annual homecoming dance
for university students who are
on their holiday vacation in Mi-
ami, will be held at Temple Is-
rael in Kaplan Hall on Sunday
at 9 p.m.
This event which has been a
tradition in the Temple, is espe-
cially intended as a welcome home
for Greater Miami youth who at-
tend out of town universities. The
affair also serves as a get-to-
gether for alumni of the Temple
Israel confirmation classes and
youth groups. Last year over a
thousand guests were present at
the reception and dance.
The reception is being planned
by a large Temple committee and
a band, under the direction of
Louis Adler, will provide the
music for the celebration.
Larry Kline To Become
Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow
Larry Kline, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Kline of 818 Penn-
sylvania Ave., will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock in ceremonies at the
Beth Jacob Congregation with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
A dinner in his honor will take
place tomorrow evening at the
Blackstone Hotel at 8 p.m. Out-
of-town guests include Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Sloane of Hollis, Long
Island; Mr. and Mrs. Harold La-
choff and Mrs. Sarah Kline of
Brooklyn, and William Fisher of
Indianapolis. Among local guests
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kline are
long-time residents of Miami
Beach who have registered at the
Blackstone for trie season. Mrs.
Kline is an active member of
numerous civic groups, particular-
ly the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, for
which she is co-chairman of the
current membership drive and
head of the ways and means com-
mittee.
Beach Comber Honored
By Special Race
At Biscayne Kennel
Beach Comber, the Biscayne
champion, will be honored at the
j track Christmas night with "The
Beach Comber Race" as the feat-
ure of an all-star holiday card.
One of the greatest greyhounds
to come along in recent years, he's
almost sure to set a world record
of winning achievements during
the Miami season and quite possi-
bly right at Biscayne before the
first half of the meeting ends
Jan. 1.
The Beach Comber story has
been told many times but it's still
interesting. Back in April 1947
there was a fire in the greyhound
kennels that destroyed many
greyhounds. Among the rescued
ones was Beach Comber who got
out of danger in the nick of time.
Well, you would hardly think
such an experience would fit a
dog for a winning performance
and not only that but a winning
initial performance. However,
that's just what Beach Comber
did the opening night of the Bis-
cayne meeting in 1947, capturing
the Inaugural, the feature event
on the program.
That race started Beach Comb-
er on the road to fame, fortune
and furious competition. Since
that memorable night he has
moved steadily ahead corraling
his 60th victory the 15th of De-
cember, just a month to the day
since he captured the Biscayne
Inaugural on Nov. 15, 1948. He
has been east, west, north and
south in his pilgrimage to the top;
that is if you can classify Miami
as both east and south. In the
north he raced at Raynham, Mass.
then took a- transcontinental trip
to Tia Juana, Mexico and then
back again to Biscayne. So it
really looks as though a celebra-
tion was due this fellow on
Christmas night. And owner Paul
Sutherland will be right there to
take part in the festivities.
Fleming.
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B'nai B'rith Youth Groups Dr. Kushner To Serve
Plan 3-Day Tournament |As Hospital Officer
Abe Gannes To Speak
Abe Gannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
speak on "The Light Burns Eter-
nal" Tuesday night at a meeting
of the Israelite Center at 3346
S.W. 24th St. A business session
will follow Mr. Gannes' address.
The public is invited.
A three-day B'nai B'rith youth
tournament featuring athletic,
social and cultural programs will'
be held on Sunday, Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Ed
Tescher, chairman of the tourna-
ment committee, announced to-
day.
Members of AZA chapters and
BBG units in the greater Miami
area will launch the weekend ac-
tivities with a registration dance
on Sunday evening at the Mi-
ami Y.
Assisting Ed Tescher with ar-
rangements are: Steve Kobley, co-
chairman; Allan Sorch, publicity;
Dave Berman, social chairman;
and Bob Hurwitz, Bob Rothberg
and Marshall Harris, athletic com-
mittee.
Edwinn To Appear On
Carnegie Hall Program
Frank Edwinn, basso, will ap-
pear on the Carnegie Hall pro-
gram Sunday evening at 7:30 over
station WQAM. Edwinn, who is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Ginsburg, 151 Collins Ave., has
been selected as one of the four
"outstanding young American
artists of the year" who will be
heard on the program.
Edwinn's Town Hall recital on
May 12 has been chosen as the
best recital of the year and one
of the best debut recitals in ten
years by the New York critics.
He has recently signed a con-
tract with National Concert Art-
ists' Corporation and is on the
Civic Concert list.
National Conference To Plan United
Jewish Appeal Campaign For 1949
The officers of the United Jewish Appeal announced this
week that a three-day national conference will be held in At-
lantic City beginning Wednesday, January 12, to plan the 1949
campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for mass settlement and
upbuilding in Israel, for relief and rehabilitation in Europe,
' conference will be held at the
Chelsea Hotel.
North Africa and other areas, and
for refugee adjustment in the
United States. All sessions of the
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 Temple Israel To Hold Student Dance The annual homecoming dance for university students who are on their holiday vacation in Miami, will be held at Temple Israel in Kaplan Hall on Sunday at 9 p.m. This event which has been a tradition in the Temple, is especially intended as a welcome home for Greater Miami youth who attend out of town universities. The affair also serves as a get-together for alumni of the Temple Israel confirmation classes and youth groups. Last year over a thousand guests were present at the reception and dance. The reception is being planned by a large Temple committee and a band, under the direction of Louis Adler, will provide the music for the celebration. Larry Kline To Become Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Larry Kline, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kline of 818 Pennsylvania Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock in ceremonies at the Beth Jacob Congregation with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. A dinner in his honor will take place tomorrow evening at the Blackstone Hotel at 8 p.m. Outof-town guests include Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Sloane of Hollis, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lachoff and Mrs. Sarah Kline of Brooklyn, and William Fisher of Indianapolis. Among local guests are Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. William Kline are long-time residents of Miami Beach who have registered at the Blackstone for trie season. Mrs. Kline is an active member of numerous civic groups, particularly the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, for which she is co-chairman of the current membership drive and head of the ways and means committee. Beach Comber Honored By Special Race At Biscayne Kennel Beach Comber, the Biscayne champion, will be honored at the j track Christmas night with "The Beach Comber Race" as the feature of an all-star holiday card. One of the greatest greyhounds to come along in recent years, he's almost sure to set a world record of winning achievements during the Miami season and quite possibly right at Biscayne before the first half of the meeting ends Jan. 1. The Beach Comber story has been told many times but it's still interesting. Back in April 1947 there was a fire in the greyhound kennels that destroyed many greyhounds. Among the rescued ones was Beach Comber who got out of danger in the nick of time. Well, you would hardly think such an experience would fit a dog for a winning performance and not only that but a winning initial performance. However, that's just what Beach Comber did the opening night of the Biscayne meeting in 1947, capturing the Inaugural, the feature event on the program. That race started Beach Comber on the road to fame, fortune and furious competition. Since that memorable night he has moved steadily ahead corraling his 60th victory the 15th of December, just a month to the day since he captured the Biscayne Inaugural on Nov. 15, 1948. He has been east, west, north and south in his pilgrimage to the top; that is if you can classify Miami as both east and south. In the north he raced at Raynham, Mass. then took atranscontinental trip to Tia Juana, Mexico and then back again to Biscayne. So it really looks as though a celebration was due this fellow on Christmas night. And owner Paul Sutherland will be right there to take part in the festivities.— Fleming. +Jmlstifhr*** PAGE ELEVEN n W ej%Hk *ur Respect Jewish orq?rSll M i ami Rabbinical Association urges all da7s scrunW ? r6COgni2e and re8pec the ewi hoUoTaani^ ^ d 8 t ensihv *es the carrying out of their Eve Z d JS ST' II r^ U "*** New Year's Z* MS. US n / n l aY night l6Wish o r **uons on AaTnignt **** b m h lding SOcial *""* %  RA j gI MOSES MESCHELOFF, Secretary. B'nai B'rith Youth Groups Dr. Kushner To Serve Plan 3-Day Tournament | A s Hospital Officer Abe Gannes To Speak Abe Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on "The Light Burns Eternal" Tuesday night at a meeting of the Israelite Center at 3346 S.W. 24th St. A business session will follow Mr. Gannes' address. The public is invited. A three-day B'nai B'rith youth tournament featuring athletic, social and cultural programs will' be held on Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, Ed Tescher, chairman of the tournament committee, announced today. Members of AZA chapters and BBG units in the greater Miami area will launch the weekend activities with a registration dance on Sunday evening at the Miami Y. Assisting Ed Tescher with arrangements are: Steve Kobley, cochairman; Allan Sorch, publicity; Dave Berman, social chairman; and Bob Hurwitz, Bob Rothberg and Marshall Harris, athletic committee. Edwinn To Appear On Carnegie Hall Program Frank Edwinn, basso, will appear on the Carnegie Hall program Sunday evening at 7:30 over station WQAM. Edwinn, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg, 151 Collins Ave., has been selected as one of the four "outstanding young American artists of the year" who will be heard on the program. Edwinn's Town Hall recital on May 12 has been chosen as the best recital of the year and one of the best debut recitals in ten years by the New York critics. He has recently signed a contract with National Concert Artists' Corporation and is on the Civic Concert list. National Conference To Plan United Jewish Appeal Campaign For 1949 The officers of the United Jewish Appeal announced this week that a three-day national conference will be held in Atlantic City beginning Wednesday, January 12, to plan the 1949 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for mass settlement and upbuilding in Israel, for relief and rehabilitation in Europe, conference will be held at the Chelsea Hotel. North Africa and other areas, and for refugee adjustment in the United States. All sessions of the 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 fine.t and frethett meat, under the stricttst Kashruth •uperviiion, under government control. 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PAGE TEN J^n/sl?/fcr/c//a/7 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1943 STEEL ERECTING HAULING Nona Too Larga or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Talented Five Year Old Diver Was Afraid Of Water Seven Months Ago DINING AND DANCING "AT ITS BEST" VICTOR'S FOOD FOR THE EPICURE' NOW AT THE RALEIGH L OCfAl CODNM AT IfckST PMGNl 5-072 S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. DIM irie Telephone 5-9017 Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. 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Smitty is very enthusiastic about the boy's ability, calls him "a natural born diver" and predicts that if he continues to progress at his present rate he will be on the Olympic team by the time he is thirteen. Producer John Johnson, who is here for the shooting of "Slattery's Hurricane," heard about Davy and last week made screen tests of the boy and his twelve year old sister, Helene, who is also an accomplished diver. The tests were successful and Producer Johnson has promised to cast Davy in a film when the former returns to Hollywood. Davy, whose half gaynors, swan dives, one and a half twists have earned him an accolade from experts and laymen alike, has been dubbed the "Wonder Boy" by a local columnist. In making a dive the 57-pound Davy flies 22 feet into the air. He has appeared in a number of aquatic exhibitions including the lend-a-hand benefit at the Snore Club last week. Abbey-Stan Dauid Eisenberg IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QOMLITV WORKMANSHIP J ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE W0T0R TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODF.RN FACILITIES | with •NIW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT" and KNOW-HOW MECHANICAL STAFF : %  UDGET PLAN IF DESIRED SAM MURRAY INT U foil W.r* Tota l17 T'SCAYNE ROULEVARD PHONE 9.47*1 TRUCK DIVISION 45 N. E i/TM STREET PHONE 9.75*7 I'l 1 I'.l neivl %  .*(!' •-.' cAitrrutt* Jewish Education Bureau To Sponsor Chanuka Parties The traditional inter-school Chanuka celebration, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, for the Jewish schools of Miami, will be held on Monday and Tuesday at 10 a.m. In Miami Beach the celebration will be held on Monday at the Cameo Theater, and in Miami on Tuesday at the Tower Theater. Over two thousand children are expected to attend. The program will include songs, refreshments and prizes. As a special attraction the feature film. "My Father's House," will be shown. Admission is free. All the children are being encouraged to bring a Chanuka gift for the children in Israel. A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be chairman of both affairs. 3 Jewish Students At U. Of M. Listed In College Who's Who Three Jewish students are among the thirty members of the University of Miami student body who were selected for the 1949 edition of "Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges." They are Tobie Jacobskind, James Kahn and Arthur Roth. Students from 600 institutions in the nation have been chosen for membership. Their names and biographical sketches will appear in the annual edition next summer. "Who's Who" recognition is awarded after the board of students, faculty and administration recommend the student for outstanding achievement, scholarship, leadership and cooperation in educational and extracurricular activities, good citizenship and future usefulness. Juniors seniors and graduate students arc eligible. AN EVENING OF MUSIC, COMEDY AND DRAMA M. Gibson Deborah Rosenblum N. Melnick Luba Kadison JANUARY 2ND AT 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Admission $1.20 SI.80 p a y at the Door (Tax Included) Sponsored by Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Nathan Shandlof] Branch No. 192 Miami's Foremost Vegetarian, Dairy and Fish RESTAURANT NOW OPEN SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS 841 Washington Ave., M. B. Ph. 5-9182 — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — (pomplek and 5bepe/it/atfe cfi/k Sefrice M IAMI TITLE & distract Co. 21 TEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE IN SURAN CE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 Temple Israel To Hold Student Dance The annual homecoming dance for university students who are on their holiday vacation in Mi-| ami. will be held at Temple Israel in Kaplan Hall on Sunday at 9 p.m. This event which has been a tradition in the Temple, is especially intended as a welcome home for Greater Miami youth who attend out of town universities. The affair also serves as a get-together for alumni of the Temple Israel confirmation classes and youth groups. Last year over a thousand guests were present at the reception and dance. The reception is being planned by a large Temple committee and a band, under the direction of Louis Adler, will provide the music for the celebration. Larry Kline To Become Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Larry Kline, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kline of 818 Pennsylvania Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock in ceremonies at the Beth Jacob Congregation with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. A dinner in his honor will take place tomorrow evening at the Blackstone Hotel at 8 p.m. Outof-town guests include Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Sloane of Hollis, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lachoff and Mrs. Sarah Kline of Brooklyn, atid William Fisher of • Indianapolis. Among local guests are Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. William Kline are long-time residents of Miami Beach who have registered at the Blackstone for the season. Mrs. Kline is an active member of numerous civic groups, particularly the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, for which she is co-chairman of the current membership drive and head of the ways and means committee. Abe Gannes To Speak Abe Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on 'The Light Burns Eternal" Tuesday night at a meeting of the Israelite Center at 3346 S.W. 24th St. A business session will follow Mr. Gannes' address. The public is invited. Beach Comber Honored By Special Race At Biscayne Kennel Beach Comber, the Biscayne champion, will be honored at the track Christmas night with "The Beach Comber Race" as the feature of an all-star holiday card. One of the greatest greyhounds to come along in recent years, he's almost sure to set a world record of winning achievements during the Miami season and quite possibly right at Biscayne before the first half of the meeting ends Jan. 1. The Beach Comber story has been told many times but it's still interesting. Back in April 1947 there was a fire in the greyhound kennels that destroyed many greyhounds. Among the rescued ones was Beach Comber who got out of danger in the nick of time. Well, you would hardly think such an experience would fit a dog for a winning performance and not only that but a winning initial performance. However, that's just what Beach Comber did the opening night of the Biscayne meeting in 1947, capturing the Inaugural, the feature event on the program. That race started Beach Comber on the road to fame, fortune and furious competition. Since that memorable night he has moved steadily ahead corraling his 60th victory the 15th of December, just a month to the day since he captured the Biscayne Inaugural on Nov. 15, 1948. He has been east, west, north and south in his pilgrimage to the top; that is if you can classify Miami as both east and south. In the north he raced at Raynham, Mass. then took a transcontinental trip to Tia Juana, Mexico and then back again to Biscayne. So it really looks as though a celebration was due this fellow on Christmas night. And owner Paul Sutherland will be right there to take part in the festivities.— Fleming. +Jelsii fhridiam PAGE ELEVEN We Ank Your Renpeet UwJk! Gre a,e f Miami Ra bbinical Association urges all da7s scST a,i ? ,0 r6COgnize and !" ** h lewilbhot oraaniT P E! 8 t ens,tiviue *he carrying out of their organued actmties. It further urges that sice New Year's ££VEL££ n / ri i aY night Iewish o^nkationa re on^at night "* ***** fr m h lding SOcial functions RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF, Secretary. B'nai B'rith Youth Groups Dr. Kushner To Serve Plan 3-Day Tournament As Hospital Officer A three-day B'nai B'rith youth tournament featuring athletic, social and cultural programs will be held on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Ed Tescher, chairman of the tourna\ ment committee, announced today. Members of AZA chapters and BBG units in the greater Miami area will launch the weekend activities with a registration dance on Sunday evening at the Miami Y. Assisting Ed Tescher with arrangements are: Steve Kobley, cochairman; Allan Sorch, publicity; Dave Berman, social chairman; and Bob Hurwitz, Bob Rothberg and Marshall Harris, athletic committee. Succeeding Dr. David Nathan as secretarytreasurer of the St. Francis hospital is Dr. Alexander Kushner. Dr. Nicholas Tierney will fill the president's chair while Dr. Herbert Virgin, Jr. was elected vice president. The election took place last week by members of the staff. Dr. Kushner Edwinn To Appear On Carnegie Hall Program Frank Edwinn, basso, will appear on the Carnegie Hall program Sunday evening at 7:30 over station WQAM. Edwinn, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg, 151 Collins Ave., has been selected as one of the four "outstanding young American artists of the year" who will be heard on the program. Edwinn's Town Hall recital on May 12 has been chosen as the best recital of the year and one of the best debut recitals in ten years by the New York critics. He has recently signed a contract with National Concert Artists' Corporation and is on the Civic Concert list. National Conference To Plan United Jewish Appeal Campaign For 1949 The officers of the United Jewish Appeal announced this week that a three-day national conference will be held in Atlantic City beginning Wednesday, January 12, to plan the 1949 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for mass settlement and upbuilding in Israel, for relief and rehabilitation in Europe, in North Africa and other areas, and for refugee adjustment in the United States. All sessions of the 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 ttricteit Kashruth •uperviiion, under government control. 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The national conference will also observe the tenth aniversary of the establishment of the United Jewish Appeal as the combined campaign through which American Jews have "achieved a decade of dedicated service" in the tasks of saving and rebuilding the lives of the surviving victims of persecution and war in Europe. Hebrew Academy Party Pupils of the Hebrew Academy will have a Chanuka presentation at their regular assembly this afternoon at 1 o'clock. The program will consist of a Hebrew playlet and musical selections. ^onp*o ^SfcTyDV lift Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 s. vv. 22nd Avsnue PHONE 4-6M0 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. 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PAGE TWELVE p-JenlstncrkflbrJ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 Beth Jacob Sisterhood To Sponsor Fourth Chanuka Musical Festival —Ardmore Studio Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. William Kline. Mrs, Harry Genet and Mrs. David Whitman. The fourth annual music festival in celebration of Chanuka will be presented by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob on Sunday, January 2, at 8:30 p.m. at the synagogue. Featured on the program will be Rose Kempfer, Columbia recording artist, known for her renditions of Jewish folk songs and Palestinean melodies and Mme. Olga Bibor-Stern. concert pianist. Mme. Stern is a pupil of her mother, who in turn was a pupil of composer Franz Liszt. Also participating in the program will be the Hy Fried classical string trio and the Singers of Israel, under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. This group of vocalists includes Dr. Paul Beck, Elaine Weil, Leon Shiff and Leona Samuels. In addition to the musical program a number of guest stars will appear. Proceeds from this event will be used for the expansion program of the religious school. The new building of classrooms and offices has been completed and is in use. The community hall is being completely renovated and A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Eatwell Restaurant; Some As Good None Better "The Best jor Less" 909 N. Miami Ave. MIAMI SINCERE HOLIDAYS GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarrilx Drive PHONE 6-6811 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY €& W SANDWIC SHOP 339 N. E. First Avenue air conditioned. A modern kitchen is being completely equipped to make available one of the largest social halls on the Beach. Heading tne Sisterhood committee for the concert is Mrs. William Kline. She is assisted by Mesdames David Whitman, Jack Felt, Louis Makovsky, Anna R. Berow, Harry Genet, Edward Mendelsohn, William Stander, George Hoffspiegel, Malvin Englander, Phillip Pores and Phillip Fried. Chanuka Celebration Set For Beach Zionists The Miami Beach Zionist District will hold a Chanuka celebration Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Temple Beth Sholom, according to Alfred Stone, president, and S. A. Goodman, chairman of the North Beach area. Joseph Pardo, dramatic tenor, will render new Palestinian songs and traditional Chanuka songs. Mr. Pardo, a student at the Law School of the University of Miami, received his B.B.A. at the University of Miami. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Masada and helped to organize the Miami Masada, both Young Adult Group affiliates o! the Zionist Organization of America. He is chairman of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council, a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and a recent graduate of Brandeis Camp Institute Herman Fried, music director of the Beach Y will coordinate the musical program. 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Myers has been named to the planning committee of the second annual conference Of United Service for New American* to be held at the Biltmore Hotel in New York January 8 and 9, according to Edwin Rosenberg, president of United Service More than 1000 Jewish community leaders are expected to attend the two-day meeting, which will blue-print a largeMale aid program for newcomers arriving here under the Displaced Persons Act of 1948 and others coming under regular immigration laws. Among the speakers to address the conference will be former Governor Herbert H. Lehman; William Rosenwald, honorary president of United Service and national chairman of United Jewish Appeal, of which United Service is a constituent agency; Henry Morgcnthau, Jr., general chairman of the UJA; Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, president of the National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Irving M. Engcl, chairman of the board of United Service, and Rosenberg. 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Assisting Chairman Mrs. Joseph Milgrim are Mrs. George Goldberg, refreshments; Mrs. Harry Einhorn and Mrs. Max Feldman, tickets; and Mesdames Elix Hinkes, Harry Mandell, Harry Cantor, Jacob Wasserman and Fox. Gartenberg and Schechter at the beautiful HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th St., Miami Beach Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open to the Public Call 5-5785 for Reservations WILNO KOSHER MEAT iitom ns DISTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FINEST AND BEST KNOWN NATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS Managed by 1725 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONES 3-0021. 2-6141 and 2 6142 Hallandala. Florida OPENS CHRISTMAS NIGHT Saturday. Dec. 25 -** o tta*'* 0 THE DANCING LAMAES BARBARA BLATJE DON CORTEZ and His BAND %  %  %  k. •?!B=*r tv > ? y w n aa u ~#c?acc£ Bajjkoeq



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^^^^^^^^^^^ ^Y.PECEMBEBgi 1948 ^J^IsNThriidtiari $ 350 Pledged At End Of First Week Of Center Drive At the first report meeting of J, workers in the Miami Beach Swish Community Center buildM fund drive held Sunday mornII at the Center. $66,350 was related as pledged at the end of E first week of the drive. With one quarter of the drive „ ach ed, Co-Chairmen Samuel Friedland and George J. Talianoff expressed confidence that the $200 000 goal would be attained bv December 31 when the campaign terminates. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Joseph MR sc president of the congregation, will present a report on the progress of the drive during services to be held this evening in the new building at 1701 Washington Avc. The Sunday morning report breakfast was dedicated to Harry Sirkin, vice president of the congregation, who was celebrating his birthday. The leading team was that of Oscar Mamber and Jack Ablin, who reported $19,000 in pledges. The second report meeting will be held Sunday morning. The victory dinner is being planned for the month of February under the chairmanship of David R. Isen. Other leading teams in the 1948-49 building fund drive are those of Nathan Darsky,*Alex Sussman, Sidney Raffel and Morris Kriegel. PAGE FIFTEEN Riverside Chapel Makes Improvements On Beach Newsbriefs The organizational meeting of the Miami Beach March of Dimes was held Saturday afternoon at the Hyde Park Hotel. Taking the lead in the forthcoming drive will be Mayor Marcie Liberman, Neil, Hayes, Lee Powell, Judge George E. Holt, Ike Gold, Miami Beach chairman, and Sam Gold. Dr. John DMilton was recently elected president of the Dade County Medical Association. Modernized facade of Riverside Chaoel Morrli Bros. Photi PLANTS & SHRUBS For Sale Reasonable JOSEPH MELNICK 1252 N. W. 33rd St. Tel. 3-7115 Camp Akiba Accepts Reservations For 1949 Reservations for the 1949 season are now being accepted for Camp Akiba in the Poconos, near Stroudsburg, Pa. Operated by Morris Edelson, Louis Sherr and Meyer Heiman, the two separate resorts for boys and girls are situated 85 miles from Philadelphia. Featuring every type of water sport on a private lake, the camp also boasts 950 acres of mountains and woodlands. Physicians and nurses are on hand at all times. Louis Sherr is now in Miami Beach and can be reached by interested parents at 3-7264, or may he interviewed personally at 80 S. Biscaync Blvd., Miami, at the D.A.R. Company. Recent renovations of the Riverside Memorial Chapel at 1236 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, have made it one of the most modern funeral homes in the country, according to Abe Eisenberg, treasurer of the Miami Beach branch. Designed by Architect Don Smith with Arthur Miles as contractor, the improvements include air conditioning throughout the building, redecoration of the chapel, modernization of the facade and the addition of a new wing 28 x 45 to be used for reposing rooms. A unique feature of the chapel is the group of private waiting rooms which adjoin it. In these relatives and friends of the deceased may remain in complete tranquility until the time of the services. Riverside Memorial Chapel, which was founded over fifty years ago in New York City by Charles Rosenthal. now has five blanches and is the largest organization of funeral directors in the country. There are Riverside Chapels in New York, Brooklyn, Far Rockaway. Miami and Miami Beach. Edward P. Newman, the only Jewish funeral director in the state of Florida, is on the Riverside staff. In addition to funeral service, Riverside also provides 24-hour ambulance service. All Riverside ambulances are equipped with oxygen tanks. Officers of the organization are: Charles Rosenthal, Edward Rosenthai, Morton Rosenthal, Carl Grossberg. Maxwell W. Passerman and Leo J. Filer. Newsbrief A. J. Ilirsch, Royal Beauty SupPly Company, was recently informed that he is the recipient of a $100 cash award in a sales promotion contest sponsored by the Martin Brothers Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hirsch, who came in fourth in the entire country, was also made a member of the Turbinator Topper Club for selling 24 or more Turbinators between October 15, 1947, and November 15, 1948. Committee Heads For Miami Y Picked Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami YM-YWHA, has anounced the following appointments of committee chairmen: house committee, Sam Weber; finance committee, Max R. Silver; membership, S. B. Biller, chairman and Irving Saal, vice chairman; adult activities, Ben Essen; publicity. Jack Simon; youth activities, Ada Sheiner, chairman and Martin Rubinstein, vice chairman; home camp, Ada Sheiner; athletic, Abe Cutler, chairman and Perry Botwin, vice chairman; social, Fred Grossberg; extension, Milton Malakoff: personnel, Sam Seitlin: constitution, George Chertkof; collections, M. J. Kopelowitz; boy scouts, Nat Cans. A special meeting of all officers and chairmen of committees will be held Sunday morning at the Y for the purpose of discussing program and policy for 1949. ABBEY-STARR PHOTOGRAPHERS (Lincoln Road) WE HAVE MOVED VISIT OUR NEW MODERN STUDIO. AIR CONDITIONED AND BETTER EQUIPPED TO SERVE YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY. OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 4-2283 2735 Coral Way MIAMI. FLORIDA GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 1 • 3 DINING ROOM N0W 0Pen t0 %gtsasaia^g^ d EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB C u, m iS er f Commerce Building ,4 1 N. E. 3rd Ave.. Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 2J8" 2 P-m. to 10 p.m. WRIJE P. O. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewislincrtdliaft FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 Mrs. Sol Silverman has served as chairman of the summer book project of the Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Daily Minyonin Held Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky has announced that minyonin will be held at the Beth Tfilah Synagogue, 935 Euclid Ave., daily at 7 and 8 a.m. Spanish Lessons Grammar or conversation at your convenience, private or groups, taught by Cuban Native Lawyer TeL 82-6901 and 82-4335 NILO C. REGOJO 107 N. E. 1st Ave., Room 225 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX T1IK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 121231. ETHHI. LUCILLE I'ARROT, Plaintiff, vs. JOHNNIE JASPER PARROTT, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHNNIE JASPER l'ARROTT General Delivery Grimesland, North Carolina You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Dill of Complaint for divorce filed against you In the above Styled cause on or before the 2o day of January, 14'.', or a Decree Pro t'onfi-sso will be entered against you. DATED this 23 day of December, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MAI.KK Solicitor for Plaintiff 17 Hi Congress Building .Miami :i2. Florida 11' 24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 12123S. LOUIS KARLES. Plaintiff, vs. HELEN KARLES, Defendant. TO: Helen Karles 117 W. 88th Street New York City. New York You are hereby required to file an appearance in the above action for divorce "n or before the 21st day of January, 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 22nd day of December, li'4S. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12,-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 M & H Market at 6744 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS SMALL HYMAN STOTSKY SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants 17'.:! Congress Bldg. IJ 24-81 1 7-14-21 Gables Center To Stage Party For Veterans The Coral Gables Center will stage its Chanuka party bunday at 6:30 p.m. in the Pratt Hospital Recreation Hall. A program of prayer, followed by songs, dances, games and refreshments has been planned. Cantor Joseph Malek will be heard in a program of Chanuka liturgy. There will be no admission charge and the public is invited to attend. Chanuka Latke Party Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a Chanuka latke and games party Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the William Penn Hotel, 1722 Washington Ave. The Da J will be sponsored by Mrs S !3 Schachno and Mrs. Exra R aphae l I Admi ssion is $1.00 and the nubJ | lie is g invited. For reservations cal] f> M C, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of All-Brite Services at 206 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD HOFFMANSAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 12/24-31 1/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HHOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and SUNDRY SHOP at 90O South Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID SHOR JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Shor's Luncheonette and Sundry Shop 12/24-31 1/7-14-21 Greater Miami's most conveniently located Dog Track. Within comfortable walking distance from most sections of Miami Beach, Buses and jitneys operated on established routes from downtown Miami and all sections of Miami Beach pass by the track at regularly scheduled intervals. Ample parking facilities for private cars. Better still, call a cab. 76e JineM (* V*$ TZ*ct*f Again the bugles blow and the music throbs again a blaze of lights shine down on a colorful scene again waves of excitement till the watching throng. 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*^*ss fffnfflmTr fflr %  I ^mAY DECEMBER 24, 1948 Chanuka—Symbol Of Freedom nr Trude Weiss-Rosmarin s t0 th f Jews of the Middle By *• Truae W Ages and of today, their God and Chanuka. the eight-day festival His Law stood not merely for ^Jenlstfkrldltori ("rejoicing and thanksgiving, is •art of Jewish Independence n„v It commemorates the victory freedom-loving Maccabees „, .he freedom-iuvuiB ^a^o^o over the Syrian Hellenists who •anted to force them to adopt S creed and way of life. For ,,• twenty-one centuries our Lponle has celebrated this victory with joyousness and the lights of ^ Menorah, proclaiming the triumph of the democratic way of ife over ruthless totalitarianism. Antiochus Epiphanes, the Syrian oppressor against whom the Maccabees and their followers revolted, was one of the later heirs of Alexander the Great, the first conqueror-dictator with a totalitarian ideology. Alexander was not satisfied with military conguests. He dreamed of a world empire ruled by the Greek military machine and moulded by Greek thought and ideals. His goal was to subjugate the whole world to his rule and compel all nations to adopt the Greek way of life. Alexander died before the realization of the first half of his ambitious program, and so he had no time to learn that there are fastnesses of the spirit which cannot be taken with the batteringram and the sword. His heirs, however, were to learn that in the contest of sword and spirit, the latter will invariably carry the palm of victory. When Antiochus Epiphanes, as a true heir to Alexander's legacy, prohibited the observance of Jewish law and custom on the very soil of the Holy Land and demanded that the statue of Zeus be worshipped in the Temple of the Only God, he expected that the Jews, like all the other conquered nations, would desert their God in favor of the Greek idols. To the Jews of old, however, even CORAL WAY CLEANERS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Rugs and Drapes. All Work On Premises Phone 4 1345 249 Coral Way A Complete Lubrication Free With the Purchase of 100 Gallons of Gas Try Our High Test Gas — You Will Like It Cars Washed and Polished HERB JENSEN SERVICE AMOCO PRODUCTS 802 N. W. 4th Street PHONE 82-9146 TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS CARL C MCLURE Co. "Personalized Realty Serv 500 S.W. in St. Phone 3-6666 ceremonial observances. God to the Jew has always been the symbol and guarantee of ethics and justice, a promise of the fulfillment of the Messianic program of brotherhood and universal peace. When Antiochus Epiphanes prohibited the practice of the Jewish religion he challenged, in fact, Jewish democratic conviction avowing that all men are created free and equal. Judaism may proudly claim credit for having first proclaimed this eternal truth which made civilized society possible. The Sages of the Talmud expressed their belief in the equality of all men in the pithy parable that God created only one human being in the beginning, so that no man should ever be able to claim more noble descent than his fellow. The Greeks had a slant on human relations. Despite their highly cultivated aesthetic sense and their achievements in abstract science and philosophy, they were, ethically speaking, barbarians. Their culture and their society were predicated on slavery in the worst form. Plato and Aristotle taught the inequality of men and propounded that slavery was ordained by the gods who gave the strong mastery over the weak. In contradistinction, Jewish law demands love, kindness—and the deeds flowing from them—for the underprivileged. While the Greeks took overreaching of the poor for granted, the Hebrew conscience demanded that special consideration and protection be extended ,;„ poor whom God regards as His" people. When Mattathias, the Hasmonean, rallied his five sons and his followers to fight the Greek tyrant, he really summoned them to wage war for the principles of human equality and freedom, for the eternal truths of democracy which were denied and despised by the Hellenist philosophy of life. The Greeks, and later the Romans, were intolerant to the point of brutality, for their philosophy of the inequality of men would not let them grant the slave the right to think for himself and choose his belief in accordance with the dictates of his heart. Only the rich and powerful few had the right, secured and protected by their might, to shape (Continued on Page 24) PAGE SEVENTEEN SEASON'S GREETINGS LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN B39 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL PROUD AND COMPANY KELVINATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 450 N. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jewish Hcrldteti FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1945 Auxiliary To Entertain Aged At Chanuka Fete The Miami Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish Homo for the Aged, will entertain the residents of the home with a Chanuka latke and games party Sunday at 8 p.m. Leo Allen, executive director of the home, will assist the ladies The auxiliary will hold a meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y, Mrs. Ktha lUvk, president, has announced. Piana for future projects will be discussed and Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home, and L > Allen will .iddress the meeting. Obituaries GEORGE A. DIAMOND. i7i>i t< \v istti si died last week Ha .!> .1 metnbei ol U wU U'rlth, UM Klka tii.Round rabto \ Christiana and Jew* and Temple larael Mr I'Mmond a-aa alao active In community nnd % % %  > •• ua effalra H< ia aurviveil l>> his wife, Mra Sadie diamond; one daughter, Mra Wlaiu he Millei oin port, \\ 1 mil i • • mid inre< grandchildren Rtveralde funeral Horn. uam charge o< • %  • i • %  ••'• interment in lira, i and Men Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan 1 rfl lated. PAl'LNNE FLtlSCHER GROSS. Of •-'i.' Prexel Av. N I lM) „ t week. S in lv .a the hueband U aham H two dauat, N ~ I %  • %  %  : .' .. s%  > %  • > M ar) I) \ two e-.ateta, Mra L*uia anetn %  Mian I and Mra %  imaa 1. of Kanaaa Oitj l! v.. V %  ••• > ; -i ,-,-a weri .. Id \V ni ad* %  at .... jj %  ment took ceiand > |-rk lb Rabbi Ja K %  • n* NATHAN LE\ \ -; v • S-. M .. last week He haa a raaident of v. am, .,.-: right yeara Mi Lav) %  rena wil '• %  e HI '•-' N ^; '•• : and burial I i1 CLAA PL ME\ ER. lied of a a dd< n iieaa Ha la ,ivcd t>> '• wil. •' %  .. Ra \., soni Sow > rk I • aervicca rd b> 'Beach Mi DR. JACOB A. MIRCHIN. retired, ; ••< I awaj i <. *ntl> He eaxea I • i %  '• ••' nl R • N, York | %  aervicea ... > i Reacli M JOSEPH B LOON, S W. *th Ot .,< •.. %  r a 11 New York >, I • t Ml N l e rj Ra S \s LLIAM R Nd %  .last vc:ti -. for >••• = = 5 ;-:;> }VT Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan of Miami Beach entertained the delegates of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, who were attending the recent National Hadassah Conv e "V> n *" Atlantic City. They are as follows: ((seated, left to right) Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. William J. Morsiein. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. (Standing) Miss Esther Goodman, Mrs. Freda Newman, Miss Lillian Goodman, President Miami Beach B. & P. Group, Miss Roslyn Klein, president Miami B. & P. Group, Mrs. H. C. Moser, president Miami Group, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president Greater Miami Chapter, Mrs. Leo Levin, president Deborah Group, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Mrs. William Keller. Beach Workmen To Hold New Year's Fete Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692. Miami Beach, is holding a New Year's Eve party at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Friday, December 31, at 10 p.m.. according to Harry Spivack, chairman. A full-course dinner Including drinks will be prepared and Histadruth To Hold Chanuka Celebration The Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith will hold a Chanuka celebrarv.eef.r.g .-.t the home of Mr. and Mrs F. Puchkoff, 1130 S.W 9th St Sunday at 3 p.m. The prograin ;s being prepared and Chanuka refreshment! will he served. ; All members and friends interested in the Hebrew movement are invited to attend Beginning January the Histadruth LTarbul '.'.:•.:-. w:'.l h.;'..i regu'.ar rr.eotings every Sunday at 3 p.m at the Spinoza Forum, 11th and Collins Ave served by the Roman's Club of the organization and music will be provided for dancing. Tickets for the affair are $5 per person. Reservations may be made by calling Harry Spivack at 5-1031. Mrs. Leon Elk:n at 5-1317 or Mr. Freedman at 58-1732. No tickets will be sold after DecemDANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. MR. JACKIE MAYE and America's Foremost Female Impersonators Res. 9-3100 CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR. President FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD s*v,£ w i:.:v\ %  '. s i MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS I DO Y I PAl DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Inaaxnnca ATail*>'. On AH SJxipcnaots WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. let Are. Pa. S-tt67 A Phone Call Will Bring O-JI Representative to Eatimata Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAIXTIXC • PAPERH AM.IM, • WATERPROOFLXG We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Moro Pahthg Co, Office Phone C-4573 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21at Straot 4-7472 EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK v AV v aT-a-t t-sea ovt eS E 2-3 St. bt *r "at and eavi No Job Too SmalL Or Too Big



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fPTDAY, P ECEMBER 24, 1948 JbrtstifkirMton PAGE NINETEEN Nit I Council Conducts Extensive Program io7"Fo7eignlorn By LOUIS ARONOVITZ class are afforded an opportunity Wi b" #WI papers less their arrival Jewish Floridian Staff Under the guidance of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, Mr. and Mrs. Ladislau Ackcrman, first community-sponsored DP's to find haven in this area, toe first naturalization than a week after here. Assisting the foreign born with naturalization is only one of the services performed by the National Council in their vast adjustment and integration program for newcomers. Until recently when the Dade County School Board undertook the project, the National Council conducted naturalization classes. To eliminate duplication, the naturalization classes were discontinued and in their stead last April the council organized English classes for foreign born adults. These classes, instructed by Mrs. Joel Belov, who is an accredited teacher, meet at the Miami YMHA at 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday of each week. At present there are about twenty students enrolled, including the Ackermans. All are from Czechoslovakia, Poland or Germany. Mrs. Belov teaches her students, whom she describes as alert and ambitious, through discussions of history, national customs and current events. Several weeks ago she assigned them compositions on Thanksgiving. Members of the opportunity to practice speaking English in mock interviews between employer and employee and landlord and tenant. Evidence of the school's success may be seen in the case of a young girl, who, forced to take a job which did not require knowledge of the English language when she arrived here in April, was able to secure employment as a salesgirl in June. Working in close cooperation with the United States Service for New Americans and HIAS, the council provides temporary maintenance and shelter for the new arrivals until permanent employment and living accomodations can be arranged. The council assists in searching for lost relatives and friends. The National Council also extends a helping hand to the refugees by introducing them to members of the community and assisting them with any problems which may arise. In accordance with this good neighbor policy, Mrs. Herbert Scher, National Council member, invited the Ackermans to Thanksgiving dinner and a number of members have paid hospitality calls upon them. Chairman of the committee on service to the foreign born is Mrs. Nat Williams with Mrs. Leonard Beldner as co-chairman. Assisting them are: Mrs. William Slepian, port and dock; Miss Edna Heller, office volunteer; Miss Edna KaufMrs. Florence Finkelstein. executive secretary, interviews an immigrant family. man, naturalization; Mrs. Irving' P rcsid ent; Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Kobley, transient hospitality; Mrs. Nat Levin, social welfare; Mrs. Alexander Libow and Mrs. B. C. Weller, overseas; Mrs. Stanley Freehling and Mrs. William Capland, housing; and Mrs. Harry Schiff, forum. Officers of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women include: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president; Mrs. Aaron Farr, first vice president; Mrs. Edward Cowen, second vice president: Mrs. Nathan Levin, third vice corresponding secretary; Mrs. David Catsman, recording secretary; Mrs. Leo Ackcrman, treasurer; Mrs. Sam Teran, financial secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Fanias, auditor. Directors are: Mrs. William Capland, Mrs. Irving Kobley, Mrs. Joseph Williamson, three years; Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, two years; Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Carl Wcinkle, Mrs. Max Dreycr, one year. Committees are under the chairmanship of the following: Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Ben Bron.ston, scholarship: Mrs. Monte Selig, by laws; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, pledge luncheon; Mrs. Isaac Levin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Herbert Scher, arrangements; Mrs. Aaron Farr, public relations; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, membership; Mrs. Abe Rubin, hospitality; Mrs. Joseph Gleicher, publicity; Mrs. Alyce Katz, Mrs. Lewis Capland, Mrs. William Bernstein, magazines and stationery; Mrs. Harold Auslander and Mrs. Bob Schwarz, telephone: Mrs. Julius Oshlag, bulletin; Mrs. Ada Joseph and Mrs. Lewis Brown, remembrance, Mrs. Edward Cowen, department of education; Mrs. Harold Rand, social legislation; Mrs. Albert Rosenthal, international relations; Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Jewish affairs; Mrs. Harry Barnhard. interfaith; Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, forum; Mrs. Joseph Williamson, program; Mrs. Nat Levin, department of service. According to Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, executive secretary, the National Council is making plans to expand the program to meet the needs of the nine refugee families which the Greater Miami Jewish Community has agreed to accept for resettlement here per month. "The council pledges that it will do everything possible to help these new comers become integrated into the community." A student reads an original composition to the rest of the class. Mrs. Joel Belov, teacher of the class, illustrates a point at the blackboard. Beach Chapter AVC To Fete Children At Party Guy Ronnie of Bill Jordan's Bar of Music will entertain a group of children who will be guests of the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Veterans Committee at a children's party to be held Sunday from 2 to 4 Pm. at Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave. Other entertainment will include a puppet show to be presented by Eugene Yulish of the Beach YW and WHA staff. Presents will be distributed and re•resnments will be served. Shirley Friedman is chairman oi th e committee on arrangements, others assisting her are £i Curson, Dr. David Prensky and ZE Pritcher and Mes da !" es J epn NeveL Melvin Feit, Lawrence ^oldberg, Elliott Pieze, David Jrensky, Joseph Torgow, William ^"cKerrnan and Miss Sarah Faigth A the various auxiliaries of I" e American Veterans CommitBeaeh Hadassah Gives JNF Party Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Jewish National Fund chairman of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, was hostess at a JNF party at Beth Sholom patio Tuesday at 1:30 p.m., was designated as the group's JNF day. Mrs. Makovsky, and her cochairman, Mrs. Arthur Simon, in conjunction with Mrs. Max Meisel, tree chairman, arranged for a showing of two JNF movies. "A State Is Born" and "Behind the Blockade." Helping the chairmen were the following: Mesdames Philip Neuwirth, Wm. Fueur, Al Osheroff. Barney Weinkle, Miss Dorothy Isberg. Members are requested to bring JNF boxes. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. 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PAGE TWENTY fJenisti ncrlcflan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1943 Plain Talk WE GIVE A PRIZE ... Lately I have been getting a cross-section look at Jewish public opinion on that matter of intermarriage. Intermarriage has been occurring in some of the most Orthodox families. So when a very lovely young lady brought the problem to my desk recently, I though it timely to bring it into the open in this column. What was the best way to do about a case of intermarriage? The young lady, non-Jewish, was engaged to a Jewish young man who had been her classmate in college. They had been in love from their freshman year but with rare, unfreshmanlike wisdom they had decided not to marry until they were graduated and could be sure it wasn't just puppy-love. Now they had come to years of discretion and they were still deeply in love. Both had jobs, she as a teacher. But now Now a wall of religious tradition had risen up and she was asking, could it be allowed to separate them? The young man's Orthodox parents had said no. The young lady was asking, however much she loved him, could she, in honest conscience, marry him? Wouldn't their marriage separate him from his parents and wouldn't that be an awful pain in his heart? Since she loved him. could she hurt him that way? Yet she was not without hope: Somebody might speak to his parents and bring them around. Would I speak to them through this column? Yes, I would help. I would bring the matter to the opinion of all who read the pieces I write. What did they think of intermarriage? What would they say to the parents? I offered a prize for the best answer: A subscription to the Jewish paper published in the area in which the prize-winner resides. The replies which have been piling up on my desk suggest how troubled the hearts of Jews are about intermarriage and what to do about it. There were those who were against any compromise; they stood with the parents I in opposition but they weren't in the majority. Mrs. Josef Widoff, of 1240-3/4 Maryland St., Los Angeles, a reader of the Los Angeles B'nai B'rith Messenger, wrote: "The wise par ents of this young man see the invisible wall which firmly stands between the religions in regard to marriage. Through their wisdom the parents know that such a wall spells unhappiness. Parents being the wonderful people they are, these are trying to save their son from the pain of the probable result. God bless them!" Others—the most of them — asked what's accomplished if parents set up a wall between their son's heart and themselves. Will he be brought closer to Judaism thereby or driven off? Will he love the religion of his father more? Yes, they said, his parents, instead of letting their Jewish household be broken, should make the best of it. Let them give their blessing; thtat way the pieces can be held together. J. J. Smith, Jr., of 329 Reilly Road, Wyoming, Ohio, a reader of Cincinnati's American Israelite, wrote: "Nowhere in law. ethics, morals or religion do we find the presumptive right to infringe upon the happiness of others nor does it lie to those A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL HANCOCK Refrigeration Co. "FRIGIDAIRE DEALER" Soles and Service 3637 N.W. 17th Ave. Phone 7-7276 H. C. HANCOCK, Prop. SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM DWYER'S METAL SHOP N.w Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS HOLIDAY GREETINGS COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., LTD. 3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors Now Located — 1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-3133 MIAMI BEACR FLORIDA A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL FUTCH ROBERTS PLUMBERS DAVID E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS CONTRACTING — REPAIRS "11 Experience Counts — We Count" 7516 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-7685 with 'feet of clay' to issue directives governing the course of another's life." The prize—a year's subscription to the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle of Milwaukee—goes to Mrs. Sam Salan, of Waupaca, Wisconsin, a reader of that paper "Ours is a marriage such as yours," she says in a letter which she addresses to the troubled young man and woman. "I know exactly what you are going tlnough. A marriage such as ours is a job to be worked at every day. I ought to know. I have had 23 years of it." Mrs. Salan asks the young woman to take her heart into sanctuary and ask it certain questions by way of test: "Will you or will you not grow bitter when you and your children are persecuted because of being Jewish? Will you be willing to do all in your power to bring about understanding between Jews and Gentiles? Do you regard the burden of being Jewish as a privilege?" 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mmAY. DECEMBER 24, 1948 Jewish Answerman A Chanuka Quiz nnrt of Us pro(?ram of service 7rwl-.h Community Centers and ;?. vulIAs and other community "Inclethe National Jewish WelHKnSrd has published a 102-page ? f w eMUIed THE JEWISH HOLIb n :'t^A ouide to Their Origin, iienlfi.nnce and Observance, by Dr. ? %  r ,'ii Soltcs. From this volume £ a 'supplementary series of JWB m.miiN on the observance of the Zl r Jewish festivals and holidays. r nP ,'f Which deals with Chanuka. there has been developed a series S lavish holiday qulxies of which tbU MSTOS Chanuka. is the third. Questions 1 in what Hebrew month does Chanuka fall and how long does it last? 2. What does Chanuka mean and by what two names is it tailed in English? 3. What historical event does Chanuka commemorate and when did it occur? 4. Why is Hanukah considered a irinor festival and who decreed its observance? 5. What special ceremony is observed in the home during Chanukah and what two hymns ere chanted after the Chanuka candles are lit? 6. How many lights are lit throughout the Festival of Illumination? 7. By what name is the extra candle called, which is used to light the others? 8. V/hat special prayers are recited during Chanuka? 9. To what unusual event does the custom of kindling lights during Chanuka trace its origin? 10. Why has it become customary to indulge in games, riddles and other pastimes, particularly during the evenings of the Festival of Dedication? 11. Describe the Chanuka "dreidel." 12. What Hebrew letters are inscribed on the four sides of the trendel and what do they represent? 13. What does the Hebrew sentence "Nes gadol hayah sham" mean? 14. Who were the Hellenists' 15. What orders did Antiokhus promulgate when he took control of Palestine? 16. Who was among the first Jewish leaders to raise the flag of rebellion against Antiokhus and in what community? 17. What Jewish mother displayed extraordinary courage and self-sacrifice in the early period of the Maccabean struggle? 18. Who assumed the leadership of the Jewish forces when old Mattathias died and from what motto was the name Maccabee derived? 19. In what city was the decisive battle fought between the Jewish forces and Syrians? 20. What was Judas' first act when his army defeated the Syrians and recaptured Jerusalem? (Answers will be found on page ?) Chanuka Quiz Answers 1. Kislev; eight days. 2. Dedication; Feast of Lights or Illumination and Feast of Dedication. 3. The successful struggle for religious liberty carried on by the Israelites under the Maccabees, against their Syrian oppressors; about 2100 years ago. 4. Because its observance is not enjoined in the Pentateuch; Judas Maccabeus and the Elders of Israel. 5. The kindling of the Chanuka lamp; Hanerot Halalu—Maoz Zur. 6. One on the first night, and an additional one each succeeding evening until the last, when eight candles are lit. 7. The Shamas. 8. Al Hanissim and Hallel (songs of praise from the Psalms). 9. To a miracle which is said to have occurred during the redediBest Wishes For A HAPPY SEASON Dade Paper & Bag Co. 144 N. E. 21st Street GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH Frist National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS Up-to-Dale Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA W. A. GLASS A HAPPY CHANUKA THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 DINING ROOM, COUNTER and CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE HAPPY CHANUKA ACE EXTERMINATING CO. 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION Phone 7-5347 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FINCHER OLDSMOBILE, INC. 1740 N. E. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jeni$ii Meridian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 Rabbi Machtei Elected Vice President Mt. Nebo At the annual meeting of Mount Nebo Cemetery, Inc., held recently, Rabbi S. M. Machtei who has been managing director of Mount Rabbi S. M. Machtei Nebo since November 1943, was elected vice president. Robert J. Yaffev, who has been a member of Mount Nebo's sales organization for the past few years, was engaged as sales manager. Under the direction of Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Mount Nebo Cemetery has become recognized as the outstanding family burial estate in this area. "The beauty of its grounds and peace and serenity of the park have been acclaimed by all who have visited Mount Nebo," Rabbi Machtei stated. Rabbi Machtei will devote himself to selling, as in the past, in addition to his new responsibilities. Lear School Presents Holiday Program Students of the afternoon session of the Lear School will present a program of two plays this morning at 10:30 in the recreation hall of the school. The first part of the program will be a play entitled '-The Toy Shop." After a short intermission, a New Year pageant will be presented. Children from the nursery school through the seventh grade will appear in the plays, which will have dance routines, costumes and songs. The remainder of the morning will be devoted to a swimming meet. Parents and guests are cordially invited. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE nili JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR I'A in: COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IX CHANCERY. No. 121140. CHARLES FINKEL, Plaintiff, vs. DORuTHY JUNE FINKEL, Defendant. Tii: DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, 1!<27 Wynnefield Terrace Apartments, Bryn Mawr and Parkside Avenuea, Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania, You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer t" the Mil of complaint for annulment filed against you by CHARLES FINKEL on or before the 17 day of January, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will he taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day of December, 1948. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By W'M V7. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Solicitor for I'lalntlff 12/24-31 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 Florence Villas at 1450 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARION' OSHER HYMAX KURLAN MARTHA KURLAN RKRH'K AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 12 24-81 1 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that the underpinned, desiring to engage in liuslness under the fictitious name of The Tape Measure at 1420 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida, MARTIN GREEXBERG Sole Owner. 11/26 12/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS~ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the undersigned, desiring; to engage in business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 90S I^angford Building, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrouuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MONDRES AND COMPANY 908 Langford Building J2/17-24-31 1/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IX THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREET1NUS This is to certify that, whereas, Harry Tolton, Miami, Florida Leona E. Tolton, Miami, Florida J. J. Scott, Miami, Florida, did on the ,Mh day of December, A.D. 1947, cause to be incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1923, 8411 BYRON CORP. a corporation, With Us principal place of business at Miami, Dade County, in the state of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corin did on the 17th daj of December, A.D. 1948, Cause to be filed In tin ol the Secr tarj of State of the State of Florida, a Consent ol all the st i lera under the pro11 said Chai I Law a ol Florida, Acts .: 1923, Showing the Involution ol rpoi atlon, and irj ol State la satisfied that the %  %  • I law have been \ WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 ii) hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State ol Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the seventeenth day ol December, A.D, 1948. iSEAL) K. A. GRAY, Secretary of state. 12 21 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE <.RIDA: TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER KHAN, I^iikevvood Township. Ocean County, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above 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 TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 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 Louis Mogul, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade 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 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK' TW 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Vx KM FOR DADE COUNTY, FLO lll\ IN CHANCERY, No. l'MH4 V ~~ KENNETH RYAN, Plaintiff „ FLORENCE RYAN, Defendant "' THE STATE OF FLORIDA*• TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYA\ 59 Hill Lane A-N Hlcksvllle, L. I., New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Com Him for Divorce filed against you X above styled cause on or before he 7 day of January, 1949. or a H,., Pro Confesso will be entered figg 1948 ATED th S 16 d y f Dece n>ber, E. B. LEATHERMAN (Circuit Court Seal, f <*" ** By WM. W. STOCKING SAM SILVER 1,r "" ,y C, 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 name of ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-133 s P Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk Florida ClrCU,t C Urt f Dad c,,u, v ONEIDA LaRUF. AQUILINO SANTOS JUAN ORTIZ FRANK B. SOLOMON Attorney for Onelda Cleaners 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 Commercial Paint Products at 120S N. \V. 62nd Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL A. KATZ DORIS KATZ Co-Owners MARX FABER Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Building 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 NORTHWEST MILLWORKS at 7420 N.W. 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHESTER W. CLARK JOHN H. SCHMIDT ELRY STONE Attorney for Chester W. Clark and John H. Schmidt 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 Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service at MO 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 MOLDENHAUER and MARY MOLDENHAUER. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BORDEN; and. If married, her spouse whose name Is unknown, and If either of the said Defendants bedead, the heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and all parties claiming an Interest by, through, under or against the said Defendants; and all parties known or unknown having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest in or to the following described property situate, lying and being in Dade County, Florida, to-vvit: Lot 2 in Block 2-B of STKEAMI^AND GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 17, Page 27, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, Defendants. TO THE DEFENDANTS: FANNIE BORDEN; and. if married, her spouse whose name is unknown, and if either of said defendants be dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and all parties claiming an Interest bv, through, under or against the said defendants; and all parties known or unknown having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In or to the following described property situate, lying and being In Dade County, Florida, to wit: Lot 2 in Block 2-B of STREAMLAND GARDENS, according to tho Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 17, Page 27, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. You and each of you are hereby required to file an appearance In the above styled cause before the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the County Court House, Miami, Dade County, Florida, on or before January loth. 1949, to a bill of Complaint brought against you by Charles Otto Moldenhauer and Mary Moldenhauer, his wife, for the purpose of quieting and confirming the title to the above described property in and to the Plaintiffs, Charles Otto Moldenhauer and Mary Moldenhauer. his wife, otherwise the allegations of the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 36 day of November, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER Attorney for Plaintiffs, 1009 Pan American Bank Bids. 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 BELD'S BEAUTY SALON at 420 ESPAXOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida MIRIAM COHEN RENEE ETHEL ROLNICK WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FoR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, Xo. 121061. HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA L. SWEET, his 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 L. 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 of 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 Dado County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot 50 of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a Subdivision in Section 12, Township 54 South, Range 40 East, according to the Revised Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book S. at I'age 28 of the Public Records of Dado County, Florida. Lot 51 of TAMIAMI LAWNS a subdivision In Section 12, Township 54 South of Range 40 East, according to the Revised Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 8 at Page 28, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has been brought against you In thv 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 you and each of you file an appearance I" 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 January. 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 said HAROLD JORDAHL and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, ns 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 Floridlan. 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 Olympla Bldg. 13/17-24-31 1/J



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I %  I fRlDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 "Jewish thrkAbmn Jlaer Ifcuits As Assistant County Solicitor; Shapiro Succeeds Him PAGE TWENTY-THREE Assistant County Solicitor Wallace NMaer has anounced that he will resign effective January j t0 return to private practice w ith the law firm of DeCostas, Ma er and Floyd. Maer is to be succeeded by Herbert Shapiro of the firm of Berick and Shapiro, Miami Beach. Maer, who has been assistant in the office of County Solicitor Robert R. Taylor since November 14, 1945, has been active in the prosecution of game law under statutes of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Commission. In court of crimes a year ago, Maer handled 315 cases in a single day and secured 15 0 convictions. He has also been instrumental in the enforcement of health regul a t i o n s, %  A especially those Ik-* 1 ^fl^ relating to mos%  T^fl quito control. |^jj Shapiro graduated from CoHerbert Shapiro lumbia Law School in 1934 and enlisted in the Army as a private in 1941. He attended officers' training school here and later went to London, where he became a first lieutenant. There he officiated at more than 100 courts martial. He remained in the Army three and one half years. A member of Hibiscus Lodge of Masons he lives with his wife, Ruth, at 7821 Abbot Ave. He is a director of the Miami Beach Bar Association. Wallace Maer Beach B'nai B'rith Women To Initiate The program for the Tuesday's meeting ofl the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held at the Miami Beach Y at 1 p.m. highlighted by the initiation of new members. Mrs. Harold Turk, president, welcomed the women and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, immediate past president, conducted the initiation ceremonies. Mrs. Arthur Frishman, who is co-chairman of the ways and means committee with Mrs. Alexander Libow, has announced that each member raising $500 dr more in ads, contributions and ticket sales for the coming donor lunchecn fashion show, slated for February 8, at the Delano Hotel, will receive an all-expense trip to Cuba. Free admission to the luncheon goes to all members raiding $150. Proceeds will go towards the establishment of an eye clinic attached to the field hospital in Tel Aviv for the Israeli soldiers. \ Hadassah Group To Give Chanuka Dance The annual fund-raising Chanuka dance of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will take place Sunday evening, December 26 at 9 o'clock in the patio of the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701 Collins, Ave., Miami Beach. Freddie d'Alonzo and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing. Bob Galub and Sarita will be featured vocalists. Galub who will also serve as master of ceremonies, has announced that there will be dance teams as well as guest stars from several of the Miami Beach night clubs to offer entertainment. Proceeds of the affair will be allocated towards the various projects undertaken by the group for the State of Israel. Miss Fannie Levitt heads the committee in charge of the affair. She will be assisted by the following members: tickets, Thelma Smolensky; entertainment, Ruth Steinberg; publicity, Anne Glazier; arrangements, Ruth Smolensky; door, Goldie Sander* (chairman), Goldye Bloom, Kenye Echtenthal, Fay Werner, Alice Cohen. Tickets are $1.25 and may be secured at the door or by calling Miss Anne Glazier at 2-0514. Expansion of the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Tel Aviv, a vocational training school for adolescent girls sponsored by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America will provide a full commercial curriculum for future Israeli secretaries. Louisville Title Insurance Company Louisville, Keniucky Announces the Appointment of FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY Langford Building Miami. Florida Telephone 2-5ZIB As Agent to Issue Policies of Title Insurance in Dade County, rw. THOMAS J. BLAKE, President BEST WISHES TO ALL II. G. Boardman of the FLORIDA BRIDGE & IRON INC. STEEL ERECTING PHONE 88-1430 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS ANITRA FASHIONS 127 N. W. 2nd Street Miami Office Phone 9-2074 Residence Phone 9-3612 Adams Venetian Blind Service RECONDITIONING AND REPAIRING IN YOUR HOME 2122 N. W. 27th Avenue Miami 37< F1 da Rabbi Opens Kosher Convalescent Home On Miami Beach Rabbi Isidore Shoulson, newcomer from Philadelphia, has inaugurated a new weekly radio program, "Share My Thoughts," an editorial commentary on Jewish life, over station WMBM from 5:05 to 5:15 p.m. every Tuesday. Rabbi Isadora Shoulson has recently opened Dream Haven Lodge, 1681 Meridian Ave., the only convalescent home which observes dietary laws on Miami Beach. Rabbi Shoulson, who was born in Jerusalem in 1913, is an eighth generation Palestinian. He received his early training in the Yeshiva Etz Chayim, a n d since his arrival in America in 1925, he has received degrees of BA, BBA and PA from the City College of New York. He was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanon Theological Seminary. One of five brothers who are serving as spiritual leaders, the rabbi has been an active participant in organizational and communal affairs. He was past president of his Zionist District, B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 1290, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Council and a host of other organizations. He is a member of the Rabbinical Council of America, the Jewish Board of Rabbis of Philadelphia, the Markaz Harabanim of Philadelphia and is chaplain of B'nai Chayim Social. He is a Ph. D. candidate at Dropsie College in Philadelphia. The rabbi has had considerable experience in the operation of convalescent homes. Three years ago he organized the Tel Aviv Convalescent Home and during the past year acquired the Shoulson Hersh-Carlton Hotel in Atlantic City. Dream Haven Lodge stands amidst two acres of landscaped grounds almost in the heart of the city. The rooms are large, airy and tastefully furnished. Registered nurses supervised by a visiting or private physician, are in charge twenty-four hours per day. The food is under the supervision of a dietitian. TO ALL GREETINGS TED & STAN'S SERVICE STATION Phone 48-1562 1602 S. W. 27th Avenue Miami. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street AMERICAN AWNING CO. Ben C. LaPointe. Owner PHONE 9-7801 'Anything that's made of Canvas" 571 N. W. S. River Dr. GREETINGS Coral Gables Title Company Mortgages-Construction Loans Escrows—AbstractsTitle Insurance 32 Giralda Phone 48-6543 Coral Gables SEASON'S BEST WISHES TROPICAL SHOP SUNDRIES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE 702 S. W. 27th Avenue GREETINGS I It Ml I lt\ II I I INC. PHONE 7-9790 1274 N. W. 79th Street Miami. Florida GREETINGS Superior Dry Cleaning Ine. (THE PLANT THAT GIVES SUPERIOR SERVICE) 2004 N. E. 2nd Avenue Telephone 3-0541 GREETINGS Southeastern Finanee Co. PHONE 2-7005 duPont Building Miami GREETINGS TED SCHNEIDER Experience Makes Our SIGNS Distinctive 685 N. W. 29th Street Phone 9-2517 ENJOY YOUR STAY AT PARADISE CAMPS, INC. 1900 N. W. 27ih Avenue Miami, Florida TRAILER SPACES ON THE MIAMI RIVER GREETINGS %  Miami Automotive Parts Co. YOUR N.A.P.A. JOBBER 1325 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 9 2634 TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS FLORIDIAN HALF PINTS INC. 1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida TO ALL SEASONS BEST WISHES DAVIS LINCOLN ROAD SHOP '•FOR DISTINCTIVE CASUALS" 649 Lincoln Road M* !" 1 Beach TO ALL GREETINGS! ELECTRIC CENTRAL WATER HEATING PLANTS THERMO-CAP ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS INMAN PRODUCTS Phone 3-3450 92 N. E. 28th Street I •I &f \ • i



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR rjenlst Hcr/dlari FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, Best Wiihu For A HAPPY HOLIDAY CITY LAUNDRY, INC 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL JOHN McCUDDEN REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER 4301 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-1822 TO ALL. GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES PHONE 4-0831 514 S. W. 22nd Avenue MknnL Florida *?-l TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS SERVICE QUALITY GOODWILL Florida Glass & Mirror Co., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS, UBBEY-OWENS-FORD GLASS CO. "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" 1601-1619 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phone 2-1796 MIAMI 36, FLORIDA STORE FDCTURES HAYDl STORE 25 Years Experience in Fine Cabinet Work at Your Service FURNTTURE, BANK. OFFICE. STORE & BAR FIXTURES Made to Order 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 9-7063 PHONE 7-3527 > t BOB JERNIGAN INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS GENERAL WELDING — ORNAMENTAL IRON 5860 N. W. 17th Avenue Miami. Florida TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA PARK MADISON STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 205-07 Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5260 Miami Beach, Florida OILS — FRAMES — MINIATURES GREETINGS LOGAN ROOFING CO. BUILT-UP & TILE ROOFS — ALL TYPES ROOFS REPAIRED — FREE ESTIMATES. 3478 Coral Way Phone 46-1519 i GREETINGS J. M. GUSKY DEVELOPER AND BUILDER 9920 N. W. 7th Avenue Chanuka—Symbol Of Freedom (Continued from Page 17) their lives and destinies as they pleased. The others, and they were the large multitude, had no say in matters of state. They were chattel driven to the battle field at the whim of their rulers. Their dead bodies paved the roads to the short-lived greatness of Greece and Rome, but while alive they were disfranchised in the most cruel manner. The Greeks worshipped beauty. regardless of its price in human suffering. What a shamelessly exorbitant price in human suffering was paid for the exquisite pieces of ancient art which now adorn our museums: How much of eternal value was sacrificed for the sake of imposing and grandiose edifices like the Acropolis of Athens and the Colosseum of Rome! It is only when we reflect on the blood and toil and tears that have gone into the making of antique architecture and art. made possible by slave labor, that we shall be able to appreciate the Hebrew genius which categorically prohibited the making of "a graven image ." Not beauty but justice and righteousness were, and are, the touchstones of Judaism. To the ancient Greeks and Romans, social justice and righteousness for the poor were altogether incomprehensible. They took it for granted that the poor were here to be exploited. When the Maccabeans rebelled against the Hellenists who wanted to force them to worship their idols, they really revolted against Hellenist totalitarianism. The worship of the Greek gods was to the Jews the symbol of Greek inhumaneness. Greek injustice and Greek immorality. The submission to the Greek gods was to the Jew synonymous with deserting goodness for beauty—and he considered death preferable. This is why Eleazar, the martyr, and Hannah, the mother of the seven sons, chose death rather than compromise on spiritual dignity. The millions of Jews through the ages who died as martyrs for their faith by •sanctifying God" thus proclaimed, in the manner of the heroes of the Masmonean age. that the dignity of human life, justice and liberty, righteousness and morality must be preserved and safeguarded, if necessary, with one's life. Tr.is is the true significance of the Jewish martyrdom of the ages. It was religious martyrdom, to be sure—but religion to those valiant men and women was all-inclusive: it meant God and ethics, humaneness and social justice—in one word, the spiritual values that distinguish men from the brutes. Greek totalitarianism, with its powerful and terrible war machine, set out to demolish the Jewish fortress of genuine democracy. The Greeks demanded that the Jews exchange the Only God for their many gods, and His single standard of ethics and justice for a flexible and perverted imitation of ethics and justice. They confronted Jewish tolerance with Greek intolerance, and the Jewish principle of equality with the adulation of slaver.and exploitation. They demanded that the Jews profess the credo of all tyrants in history: Might is right! The strong will rule and the weak must serve and obey! But, miracle of miracles, the Maccabees defeated the GreekSyrian dictator and thus demonstrated that might is not right, and never will be right. Outnumbered by the Hellenist armies, and in no manner a match for them, the small band of Jewish lovers of freedom defeated the aggressor who wanted to deprive them of the very meaning of their existence. They defeated them because RIGHT IS MIGHT. Jewish history bears out the Jewish belief in the unlimited power of right as opposed to crude might Chanuka is the most articulate symbol of that faith. GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS .1111. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDrnONED STORE OFF ICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER LUKER CO. INC. PIN BALL GAMES SERVICE CALL 9-7961 FOR THE 16th SEASON FRANCES K. POWELL AT HER NEWLY AIR CONDITIONED EL MOROCCO HOTEL DINING ROOM 33rd STREET AT COLLINS AVENUE Open 5 P. M.—Reservations Suggested—Phone 58-5546 GREETINGS S. E. GIFFEN, Chairman of Board S. C. RAYMOND, Pru D. E. GIFFEN. Vice Pre*. JOHN P. HUNTER, Sec y GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING — INSULATING — VENTILATING Manufacturers of CEMENT ROOFING TILE — SOLAR WATER HEATERS 236 ARAGON AVE. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA Phones: 4-1651 — 4-1652 y? A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 y* GREETINGS TO ALL RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS Phone 78-3432 RAY SIDE SHEET METAL WORKS 1095 N.W. 36th ST. MIAMI 37, FLA. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL A Complete Line oi Clay, Ceramic and Decorative Tiles UNITED ART TILE CO. Incorporated CONTRACTORS 4701 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 78-3261 To Jewry Everywhere


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fRTDAY^ DECEMBER 24, 1948 tk^i^mrldiiairi m TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA JAY-NON VENETIAN BLIND CO. Manufacturer* of CUSTOM VENETIAN BLINDS AND CORNICES 3603 N. W. 7th St. Phone 4-2113 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 150 N. E. 13th St. PHONE 3-8997 BEST WISHES TO ALL By CHARLOTTE WEBER WASHINGTON Feeding the people of Israel is one of the many non-political problems facing the new state that are quietly and efficiently being solved by Israeli experts. Food for Israel is the major concern of Dr. Ludwig Samuel Israeli expert on agricultural policy and food supplies, who was Israel's representative and observer at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's recent annual conference here. Dr. Samuel had been with the Jewish Agency in Palestince since 1934 as an adviser on agricultural and food problems. When Israel became a state this spring he continued those duties but with the new title of Agricultural Adviser to the Israeli treasury. He has been in the United States since July, however, and while here is attached to the Israeli Mission as Food Requirements and Program Officer. Dr. Samuel's work in Washington is largely with the International Emergency Food Council, the U. S. Department of Agriculture and in various contacts with the agricultural attaches of other foreign diplomatic missions in Washington. The IEFC was set up during the war by Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom to allocate supplies of the most essential foodstuffs. Most of the important countries of the world except Russia and Argentina have joined the IEFC since then and the allocation program has been continued. Thus it is important that Israel, while not a member, maintains a contact with the IEFCAlso important is Dr. Samuel's Capital Spotlight PAGE TWENTY-FIVE JiOI .7-UM M.E.2-4AVL GREETINGS BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BUNDS CORNICES Our New Home 21 Almeria Ave. CORAL GABLES Phone 4-6921 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FRED ARNOLD BUILDING CONSTRUCTION work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture since the U S production of short supply foodstuffs ro.fn C "v d a quarterly basis, country by country. The list of such short supply foods includes all cereals and rice, meat, livestock feed and seeds. The seeds include both those used for the production of new crops and those from which oils are extracted for margarine and vegetable fats. When the Department of Agriculture makes such an allocation to Israel Dr. Samuel must then go to the Department of Commerce for the necessary export license. This Ls a technicality, however, since the Commerce Department is obligated to grant the export license once the allocation lias been made. In addition to his work in Washington, Dr. Samuel has also made two trips to Canada on food purchasing missions. From Canada Israel has imported meat, canned salmon, milk powder, dried fruit and barley. Later she may be able to buy some wheat from Canada. Israel's food supply lines are by no means concentrated in the United States and Canada. Instead, they form an almost global network. In South America, for example, Israel purchases large quantities of frozen meats and livestock feed. From Argentina and Uruguay comes meat, from Brazil, rice and from Cuba, sugar. Israel also imports food from Australia, Czechoslovakia. Poland, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and India. From Holland and Denmark she gets dairy products, pcultry and some vegetables, from Ireland meat. The sardines that grace Israeli dinner tables are likely to have come from Portugal or Norway. The corn flakes might be made of the corn imported from the Union of South Africa. Israel's food purchasing problems are by no means simplified by the fact that she is a sterling bloc country and must trade for food largely in other countries of the bloc or countries where the seller will accept sterling. Many European countries, with the exception of Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, and Russia, will trade in sterling, however. So many demands are being made on Israel's dollar supply these days she must keep her food purchases in the United States to in absolute minimum. This necessitates a very tight schedule of planning and coordination between the Mission here and the Israeli treasury. It is Dr. Samuel's hope that some day Israel may plan her food purchasing activities over a full year's period and take in all the social and economic factors that affect food production and use. He cites as a good example of such a coordinated program the plan that was put in effect in the United Kingdom during the war. The plan, still being used in England with great success, gauges food purchasing programs with expected local production. Local production is stimulated by guaranteed prices; food purchases abroad are scheduled with an eye to nutritional and health needs, increasing industrial production and other factors. Such a program will be especially important in Israel where special attention must be given to raising the health standard of the several thousand displaced persons who will be entering Israel within the next few years. While, as Dr. Samuel explains, such a program would be carried out for the benefit of all the people, the DP's, with many years of near starvation behind them, have crucial nutritional requirements. While industrial planning in Israel will be necessarily restricted during the next few years since so much of the programs there will depend on outside investment and other external factors, Dr. Samuel believes that such agricultural planning is more of a possibility, being more directly in the hands of the government. GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bank Bldg. Miami, Fla. 1006 Fifth Street Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONxlL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes To Our Many Friends INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building PHONE 2-2661 GREETINGS "GENE" Groover's Pharmacy 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH i To All a Most Happy Chanuka SAVOY HOTEL 252 N.W. Second Street "Open Year Around" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 89-1661 HAPPY HOLIDAYS The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices DIXIE CASH MARTET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends S. II. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Phone 3-4859 CHARRONWILLIAMS Commercial College 804 N.E Second Avenue Mary Williams, B. S., Director Miami. Florida A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA GREETINGS III •JOHN A. MOORE AND BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. p, BIu Print* — Photostats — Drawing Materials ncfrup and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 § GREETINGS FROM MIAMI CONSERVATORY IN OUR NEW LOCATION 3900 BISCAYNE BLVD. Studios: Miami Beach, 741 W. 41it Si. PHONE 2-4159 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA GODDARD PAINTING CO. PHONE 5-0840 PAINTING • PAPERHANGING DECORATING • WATERPROOFING THOMAS GODDARD 1901 West Ave. Miami Beach II A MOST HAPPY CHANKA TO ALL § ST. M0RITZ HOTEL 1565 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH



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PAGE TWENTY-SIX +• knlst flcrldlatl FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1948 SEASON'S GREETINGS THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" Sraeel & Jacoby LINCOLN ROAD A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Sylvan Paterno Upholstering 1359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-0744 Miami. Florida TO ALL GREETINGS BEST MODE SPORTSWEAR 127 N. W. 2nd Street Miami Abess Re-elected To JDA Committee Leonard L. Abess of Miami, has been re-elected to the executive committee of the National Council of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA), it was announced by Oliver M. Kaufmann of Pittsburgh, executive committee chairman. Paying tribute to Mr. Abess' leadership in Jewish communal affairs, Mr. Kaufmann declared: "Mr. Abess' prestige and standing, not only in his own community, but throughout the state, er.inently equip him for leadership in the twin tasks of interpreting the vital work of the JDA agencies to local Jewry, and securing the funds with which to carry on our cause of extending human rights. We are proud to have a leader of Mr. Abess' calibre associated with us in this great cause." Hollywood News The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center in Hollywood will hold a Chanuka party featuring a supper and cabaret on Sunday, December 26. By special request of the community the Gershwin show which scored an overwhelming success during its recent two-day run will again be presented on January 23. West Miami Group To Hold Chanuka Party The West Miami Jewish Center is holding a Chanuka and Latke party on Sunday evening at their regular meeting place, 1000 S.W. 67th Ave. Admission is free and members are requested to bring their rfriends. To join in the spirit of Chanuka each person*is asked to bring a small gift not to exceed 25c and mark it male or female so that a grab bag can be held. There will be dancing, Chanuka games and refreshments. A Most Happy Chanuka Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fzed and Herbert Abrami Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 GREETINGS Phone 3-9114 GASSON'S BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 238 N. E. First Ave. Miami, Florida SELECTED FLORIDA FRUITS JELLIES. MARMALADES PECANS GREETINGS Jack Wechsler TOBACCONIST 326 Lincoln Road Phone 58-1544 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES Call 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Tamiami Trail) GREETINGS REN JUFFE AUCTIONEER 3094 N. W. 27th Ave. Miami GREETINGS PAULINE RURDINE CUSTOM MADE WOMEN'S APPAREL 730 Lincoln Road Miami Beach GREETINGS CIGARETTE SERVICE, INC. CONTACT US FOR A GOOD DEAL COURTEOUS. PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 387 N. W. South River Drive Phone 9-9978 GREETINGS FOR GOOD USED CARS SEE TOM FLETCHER 102 N.W. 36th Street Miami GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami GREETINGS I. L Christensen REGISTERED BROKER 1342 N. W. First Street Phone 9-9612 GREETINGS McCORMICK-IIOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuart Mill Building) MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA FOR SALES. SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793 Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 62 S.W. Third Street PHONE 2-7664 GREETINGS C. E. DUKES & SON WELL DRILLING AND PUMP SERVICE Phone 7-1316 2360 N. W. 88th Street Miami. Florida Dade Refrigerating Co., Inc. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS TO ALL SEASONS BEST WISHES MARGARET NEWMAN INC. ORIGINAL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 7610 N. E. 4th Court Miami GREETINGS TO ALL MR. AND MRS. MAX SHLAFROCK M. S. CONSTRUCTION CO. 545 West Flagler Street Miami TO ALL GREETINGS GARNITZ FURNITURE CO. NEW — MODERN 1672 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-8321 Greetings To All J. L. KELLY CONTRACTOR Underground Construction — Watermains & Sewers — Trenching & Excavating O. Rox 797 Coral Gables 34, Florida ) Telephone l-0tt71



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ram AY. DECEMBER 24, 1948 Miami Hebrew School Joins Education Unit It was announced by A. P. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, that ,he Miami Hebrew School and junior Congregation has formally become affiliated with the Bureau ui Jewish Education. Rabbi Simon Ap; ;i is the spiritual leader of tie congregation. Mr. Gannes stated that all Hei rW schools and Sunday schools and the Workmen Circle Yiddish -chool are now affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education. Debbs To Entertain Men's Groups At Party Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women will be the host to Tropical Lodge, Isaac Levin Lodge, and the F.D.R. B'nai B'rith Young Men's Lodge at a party and dance on Saturday, December 25 8 um. at the home of Charlotte Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St. A program of party games has been planned and refreshments will be served. Thelma and Bobby Schwartz will assist Miss Sandier with arrangements. Hillel Advisors Named The following have been named members of the advisory committee for the Hillel Foundation: Harry Boyell, Abe Gannes, Mrs. Abe Goodman, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Monte Selig, Col. Elry Stone, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Sam Weissel, Isaac Levin, Max Holtsberg, Howard Kane, Mrs. Ben Danbaum, Mrs. Leo Robinson, Mrs. Sam Rost, Dr. Herman Meyers and Dr. Jess Spirer. A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES SEASON'S GREETINGS V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL w.cw LANTAFF D ade County Representative to the State Legislature GREETINGS m GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY • JOHNS-MANVILLE ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION • 2U9 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 9-4842 Beach Masada Group To Install New Officers Installation of officers of the Miami Beach Masada by Rabbi Leon Kronish will take place tonight during the services at Temple Beth Sholom. Also included will be a skit written by Rabbi Kronish, in which members will portray the various parts. Officers to be installed areGil Rappaport, president; Abe Schafer, first vice president; Libby Hochman, second vice president Bernice Dogoloff and Lola Pavalow, co-corresponding secretaries; Irving Best, treasurer; Adeie Zaker, recording secretary; Lillian Schachter, financial secretary. Committee chairman include: Morton Garfield, Israel projects; Arnold Berman, political actionsDavid Liebman, chaluziyut; Florence Abramson, membership; Helen Haves, publicty. Leonard Stein To Become Bar Mitzvah Leonard Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stein, 436 S.W. 2nd St., will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9:30 at Beth David Synagogue. A reception will follow the ceremony. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. We Extend Best Wishes For a Happy Holiday Miami Typesetting Co. F. H. STREIFERT and Associates 2015 N. W. First Avenue Phone 2-5935 GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAML FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 NEWMAN'S SIGNS "WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 HAPPY CHANUKA RUDY HESS CATERER SPECIALIZING IN KOSHER DISHES AND HOMEMADE FRENCH PASTERIES 2129 N. W. Miami Ct Phone 2-3808 ^J^MJhridi^r PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SUNSHINE BEAUTY SALON 523 41st St. Miami Beach GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 2-5197 Jerry Brady, director of racing at Tropical Park and one of the country's youngest turf executives. This is his eighth year in his present assignment at "The Friendly Course" in Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL Telephone 88-3714 Office. Docks and Residence—730 Okeechobee Road, Hialeah, Fla. ARNOLD MAUTE Captain FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 16 N. E. Ninfh Slreet Phone 3-5717 "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS" TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY JEWEL MFG. CO. ADVERTISING DISPLAYS 2047 S. W. 60th Court Miami A HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA GRINDING CO/ Distributors for Kleen Kut Meat Band Saw Machines Knives to Butcher, Hotel, Restaurant Servicing of Meat Choppers and Meat Band Saws RENTING--SERVICING 201 S. W. Fourth Ave. PHONE 3-5231 GREETINGS 1 Meet Me At HERALD GRILL REASONABLE PRICES 201 So. Miami Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 3-1427 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA 1816 West Ave. MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO. MILO W. BENNETT Miami Beach GREETINGS BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS & BABY CLOTHES ^ ^ 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue TO ALL GREETINGS n. w. HAIWJAU "PHOTOGRAPHY 605 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3221 TO ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. SERVICE — PHONE 2-1133 824 So. Miami Avenue Miami BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1013 duPont Building Phone 2-4033 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 TO ALL GREETINGS ELDER FAN COMPANY 28 N. W. 4th Street Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA CLYDE F. GRIMM ROOFING 2030 S. W. 64th Avenue TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAY L. & L. ROOFING TILE CO. INC. 755 N. W. 143rd Street Phone 7-1651 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA y* CHESTER E. SALB i !| I 1 ; !* I



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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Blag. 323 W. 47th Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FITI1I \> STUDIOS DANCING SCHOOL Miami Beach GREETINGS STEWARD AND SKINNER ARCHITECTS 2233 S. E. let Street A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Deering Awning and Furniture Co. Serving Greater Miami — Coral Gable. — Miami Beach Beach. Lawn and Porch Furniture COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE 1163 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-7200 TOAUA HAPPY CHANUK A DOYLE PLUMBING CO. 5705 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 78-3247 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TOWN LAUNDRY, INC. Wholesale • Retail Hotels Apartments COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE OPA LOCKA. FLORIDA Phone 89-3761 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL PEARL LINE LIGHTING PRODUCTS Manufacturers of FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT Phone 84891 915 N. E. Rut Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Pacific Lumber & Supply Co. "BULLY SERVICE" "BILL" FAXON, FOUNDER Not Incorporated Specializing in Fir Timbers 601 N.W. 11th St. Phon* 2-3163 Miami Plain Talk (Continued from Page 20 moments of conflict. Her young son, age 13, brought up Jewishly, is in high school. He is deep in football and basketball "He has seemed to think that we expect too much of him when we insist that he do extra-credit work in order that he may keep his grades up to the upper fourth of his class, so he may get into college. "This Sunday afternoon when l realized that he intended going out before doing his school work, I suggested that he do his work tirst. He answered that other ooys didn't plan on getting on the honor roll ... He named several boys who had been good in athletics and were admitted into colleges with average grades." Then she told him ... "I had to be the one to lay the burden of the centuries upon the shoulders of that happy-go-lucky American boy. I had to explain that being average or even better than average would not get him any place, he being a Jew. I had to tell him that because he was a Jew he might find it impossible to get into the college of his choice These facts I gave him no doubt will make a stronger and better man of him, but that knowledge did not lessen the ache in my heart as he cancelled his appointment with the gang and sat down to do his extracredit work." Was the young woman wise enough to face up to situations like that when her Jewish chil dren grew up? She could still change her mind about marrying the Jewish young man. She could marry a Christian and then her children would have no such problems as are for Jewish children. But if she Is willing and knows how wisely to face it all, "then go ahead," says Mrs. Salan. "Your husband's parents will live to give thanks for that day that brought you to them." By way of postscript, I should report a recent incident of intermarriage. The couple had been married by a Methodist minister. When the young man's Jewish parents said he desired a Jewish ceremony as well, Rabbi Louis Menrtoza, emeritus of the Reform temple at Norfolk, Viriginia, didn't hesitate. To refuse might be to push the youth all the way out of Judaism. Rabbi Mendoza had a brief speech at the ceremony. He said he was mindful that this was a inaniage of people of different fp.'ths. But between their religiins there is common ground. Eoth were dedicated to the respect of human personality and dignity. On this common ground of their faiths they could establish a happy marriage. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1943 TO ALL GREETINGS Western Meat Co. Inc. WHOLESALE — RETAIL 2122 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami LEW HEWES Chris Craft Sales and Service PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC. Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft' 412-18 N.W.N. Diver Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. RWer Dr. 8-25411 -— M MM-a-T-r-r — — — — %  w %  %  %  ^ ^ — %  SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES SAY EM BLEM E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Seott Motor & Salvage Company 2320 N. W. 54th Street Phone lt j m TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—SERVE WITH PRIDE MRS. NATT'S BAKERY PIES — CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLL8 WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY WHOLESALE and RETAIL 61 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-1849 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Miami Beach Awning Co. Bert J. Reillr, Owner—H. F. (Tex) Goodman, Manegtr SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND FOR HOME OR BUSINESS 1125 Fifth Street Phone 5-7345 Miami Batch GREETINGS LUMBER — PAINT — BUILDING MATERIALS "Try Us For Service" Peninsular Service Co, Inc. 2145 North Miami Avenue Phone 82-1571 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. Phones 48-1751 — 4-7777 YOUR SATISFACTION — OUR PLEASURE 2192 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami To All Our Friends and Patrons HOLIDAY GREETINGS w. j. iinn General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILWAY SEASON'S GREETINGS ttUtgkurij inc. U fw < >§§** Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3423



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HsasaaHnHHB HMBH r mAY. DECEMBER 24, 1948 ^J^htfhrHkir TO ALL • • • A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Hardeman-Wooten Agency—Insurance J. V. Herdeman and Harry D. Woolen 2J3 N. E2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 SINCEREST CHANUKA GREETINGS M. B. GABBIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" CTnnrc 1263 Weit Flagler Street aiUIu-3— 1?53 Nortnea t Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA HUNTER LYON, INC. 901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331 INSURANCE CHANUKA GREETINGS flouser Company, Inc Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans and Investments Honser Realty Co.. Inc. Real Estate -:Property Management FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. PHONE 3-2648 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA FRANK O. PRIJITT, Inc. —INSURANCE— 1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4036 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MARKS BROTHERS DEMOLITION—EXCAVATING "Anywhere in the State" Equipment For Rent 100% Veteran Owned and Operated Night Phone 4-6347 ^01 Alton Road Phone 58-1496 Chanuka—What Really Happened PAGE TWENTY-NINE P5* anUka V celebr ate, the Jewish night of lights eel I OW^H bey nd the vei1 of Maccabean night; \SS1Z2L*. m y s on t0 tell him what's behind The centurlWormMwax t'SSfffift time. All that Junior carries home from Seventh Day palaver Is cut and bloody fingers from his copper candelabra. Miracles and legends may suffice for fairy tales, rw UVA hlstor v s dee P er ro ts transcend the mystic pale; Our holy days and festivals can mean so much to youth if only we would take the time and come to grips with truth. To clearly comprehend this basic cause of Judah's ire Which kindled every Israelite with courage we admire, We have to mark the age in which these mighty deeds took place For only thus can we today assess the ancient case. When Alexander passed away his empire went to Hellene. The Syrians and Ptolemies carved by the Grecian melon; Their greatest source of trouble in the warring Middle East Was the tiny flame of Judah whose brilliance never ceased. The types of Jews were dominant and forced each other's hand; One was called Pro-Jewish, the Priests were of this band. They bowed to neighboring monarchs to minimize the strife, But they clung to ancient customs to foster Jewish life. The other group which grew in strength created quite a fuss; They changed their names, forsook the Law and bribed Antiochus. It didn't take these Hellenists too long to realize Appeasing of the Syrian king soon spelled their quick demise. Antiochus was eager to swoop across the State, Damning circumcision and what the people ate. He filthied up the Temple by forcing in the swine; He introduced Apollo in Israel's sacred shrine. The pious Jews, however, refused to bolt God's will; They vowed to keep the Sabbath even if they had to kill. The rite of circumcision and the dietary law Became the spikes which pierced their hearts and summoned Jews to war. The son of Mattathias was quick to seize the helm; He rallied all of Zion to fight against the realm. Judah's rebel forces struck with lightning speed. Despite their meagre garrison, Jerusalem was freed. The night they found the cruse of oil, our ancient legend writes, Freedom was established and Judah lit the lights; But victory over Syria did not occur that night; Maccabeus had to flee to carry on the fight. It took them four and twenty years to break the Syrian hold; And Maccabee like Moses failed to reach his cherished goal; His brothers Jon and Simon carried on the family flame For Judah died in battle to sanctify the name. With timbrels and with shouting, the Temple was adorned, Israel's Great Assembly proclaimed the Nation born; And so, my son, our Chanuka was merely but a step A symbol of triumphant faith our ancient fathers kept. And so it is with Israel—Judea of today, The sea of dazzling candle lights will guide her destined way; The heat Israelis kindle with their passion for God's right Will warm this cold and frightened world and bless it with new light. GREETINGS To All Our J.wi.h Friend* McAllister Flowers "S y It with Flowen But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-377* SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club k Casino Equipment CHANUKA GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Pacific Building MIAMI, FLORIDA TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA in R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occasions FEED and SUPPLIES Call 4-3375 274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOGS, INC. 1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2682 Manufacturers of LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Made In Miami CHANUKA GREETINGS HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints PromptlyBlue Prints—Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St PHONE 3-5777 SEASON'S GREETINGS MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 950 N. W. 73rd Street Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer of Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 201 Street—Phone 5-5908 Miami Beach A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach-247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York GREETINGS EATABITE 1145 N. & 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 i i %  i i ii %  ii



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PAGE THIRTY t '—*— Beach Auxiliary To Celebrate Birthday The fourth anniversary meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Atlantis Hotel, 2655 Collins Ave. The conclusion of the Summer Book Project will take place at this time with the entire proceeds from this endeavor going to the home. Mrs. Sol Silverman is book chairman. On her committee are: Mrs. Albert Pakoff, Mrs. Louis Mackovsky and Mrs. Michael Arnold. Gifts from the treasure chest will be awarded. A musical program will feature several vocal selections by Mrs. Harry Kroff, who will be accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. Hostesses for the afternoon will be: Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs. Sam Ritter and Mrs. Jacob Platkin. Mrs. Benjamin wil preside over the short business session. Members are welcome to invite friends as guests. trnteti ffrricfiatF FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 19 48 Chiropodists Elect At a recent meeting of the Dade County Chiropody Association the following members were reelected to offices: Dr. Eugene Weiss, president: Dr. Irving Block, vice president: Dr. F. N. Laubenthal, Jr., secretary-terasurer. The association plans to continue its efforts to make the examination of children's feet part of the health program in the public schools as it is in some of the other states. Raff Unveiling Sunday The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Clara Goldenblank Raff, long time Miami resident, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Junior Hadassah To Sponsor Album Sale Local distribution of "Israel in Song," a new album of Israeli music just completed by the Palestine Art Corporation has been undertaken by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah. Much of the music included in this album has never been heard in America. All the music was composed or arranged by Nachum Nardi, one of Israel's outstanding composers. Some of these selections are adaptations of ancient Hebrew music still heard in Israel. The composer himself plays the accompaniment. Songs in the album include: "Rejoice, O Land of Sharon," "In Spite of All," "Hymn to Labor," "Song of Pioneers," "Night in Gilboa," "Stamp Your Feet," "In Galilee." Beneficiaries from the record sales will be the Meier Shfeyah building fund and the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing in Jerusalem. Beth Jacob Children To Give Chanuka Party Children of the Beth Jacob Religious School will present their annual Chanuka program Thursday at 7 p.m. at the synagogue. The program will include songs, recitations and entertainment in three languages. A movie of the school and all the pupils will be shown. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood with Mrs. Jack Hirsch serving as hostess. Tickets for the function may be obtained from the children. Phone 5-7111 EIFIILI'S CAMERA SHOP Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 'WHERE THE ELITE MEET" SHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A.M. 15 N. E. 3rd Avenue Elks Club Building Authentic Chinese Dishes LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Orders Put Up to Take Out PHONE 2-2277 SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONYBAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 WHOLESALE "SAVE AT COOPER'S RETAIL COOPER FURNITURE COMPANY CLAUDE A. FLEMING, Owner Telephone 4.7958 210-12 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY PHONE 7-7083 HAYES GATEWAY SERVICE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 8000 Biscoyne Boulevard Miami, Florida GREETINGS New Typewriter Device Produced By Dania Firm Rib-N-Rite, a new device to produce multiple typewritten copies without the use of carbon, is being manufactured in Dania. Florida, at the newly constructed Ribbonwriter Plant, which covers a total of sixteen acres and will employ 500 workers when full production is reached about the first of the year. Rib-N-Rite, designed to fit any typewriter, can be attached in a few minutes and is said to last as long as the typewriter. Demonstrations of this product in many cities throughout the country have proved highly successful and distributors have expressed the belief that it will make a major contribution to the efficiency of modern business methods. Siegfried Bechhold, president of the new corporation, rose from a $12 a week shipping clerk in 1923 to president of the Armored Tank Corporation of New York 15 years later. Bechhold sold this company to the Pressed Steel Car Company of Pittsburgh in 1941 when he decided to retire from active business. During the war he served in the Army where he was considered an expert on tank construction, maintenance and operation. Returning to Florida after his war service, Bechhold came out of retirement to head the Ribbonwriter Corporation of America. GREETINGS REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2743 GREETINGS Paramount Soda Shop 253 East Flagler Street Miami? Florida Phone 3-9244 **ma** A HAPPY CHANUKA I..ula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages —Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 The Home of Delicious Foods" GREETINGS It. €. Fleeman Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLA. Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street Miami TO JEWRY EVERYHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 320 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 48-1731 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS Plymouth — DeSoto 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341 GREETINGS jrom JACK FISHMAN, President Rramlett Equipment & Supply Co. INCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY !* %  & > CLEANERS 3655 W. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 4-7861 GREETINGS McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. Phone 7.1667 FROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue—Phone 7-2404 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL in DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP. "We specialize in building one and two-family homes and additions.' P. DIAZ NATHAN DAVIDOW Free Estimates -:We Get You the Loan TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA ELLIS ELECTRIC CO. SALES — SERVICE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC WIRING Phone 48-5141 275 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FENNER IRON ORNAMENTAL METAL CRAFTSMEN DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS 3672 Coral Way Phone 48-3929 BEST WISHES THIS YOUR HOLIDAYS Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 %  ? % %  m % % % 



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%  *^'^|^^S-.f5^ !" ^l*5r7i*^^p? romAY. DECEMBER 24, 1948 HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Miami Produce Co. 1083 N. W. 21st Terrace Miami, Fla. GREETINGS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets • Linoleums • Workroom and Installation Service 3825 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2021 TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY ST. JOHNS ELECTRIC COMPANY ENGINEERS — CONTRACTORS JOHN SCHRAEDEL m. Owner 83 S.W. 8th Street Phone 9-0463 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY in GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami SHELL'S SUPER MARKET "Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market" 5841 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5744 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays CHANUKA GREETINGS JAMES P. STUART MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER 1240 Ingraham Building Phone 3-6653 GREETINGS HOSACK ELECTRIC CO. WIRING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION APPLIANCE REPAIRING 624 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-6831 +Je*istrk>rldllr>ri Jews In Sports The funniest and rr.ost tragir story of the football season occurred in Denver, Colorado this PMt fortni^.t. Harry Bitman, a tfilor sponsoring a grid radio show, was hit by an avalanche n^Lf T 0St Saw his business ruined because listeners to hLs radio program featuring a D being mentioned as the probable site for the roll-off. The sectional winners are brought to the rolloff site with all expenses paid. Louis Perlin, Louisville. K>. veteran bowling association worker is president of the National Association this year. Offiria recently met in Kansas City to make sectional plans. PAGE THIRTY-ONE PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc. 303 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401 DOJVT TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE TO ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Trees. Members National Food Brokers Assn. A uoaeb BONACKER & LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" PO. Box 2210 — 1111 N. W. 22nd Street — Miami 13. Florida GREETINGS FROM HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9891 SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2215-25 Collins Avenue EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS To ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ty w 11 s ii i is i ; 3710 Collins Ave. HOTEL Phone 5-5339 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BERTMAN Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY HOLIDAY TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4-4461 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY TILE — MARBLE — TERAZZO 2500 S. W. 28th Lane 4-6037 PHONES 4-4475 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL If. SIEGEL RECEIVER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF FRUIT AND PRODUCE CARLOAD LOT ONLY Phone 3-5340 $ TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6479



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO = -Jewish Ihridicin FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 SOL BLOOM k, NORMAN *4 SOI MODEL ***i KHOQA t. SIMON ORMER SHOWMAN, TIcATRE OWNER, PROMOTER,REAL ESTATE OPERATOR, AND CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF ONE OF THE WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS IN THE COUNTRY-BORN IN ILLINOIS IN 1870 OF POOR POLISH JEWISH ORTHODOX IMMIGRANTS, THE YOUNGSTER GOT LITTLE SCHOOLING ANP HAD TO SELL NEWSPAPERS FOR A LIVING. WHtN HIS FAMILY MOVED TO SAN FRANCISCO, HE GOT A JOB IN A BRUSH FACTORY AT THE AGE OF EIGHT/HIS REMARKABLE MEMOir SOON BROUGHT PROMOTION TO BOOKKEEPER. AT THE AGE OF 13 HE WORKED IN TNI BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.SOON THEREAFTER THE Y00N6STER BECAME A THEATRE PUBLICITY A6SNT AND MADE A WEALTH OF CONTACTS. AFTER INVESTING HEAVILY IN VARIOUS ENTERPRISES, BLOOM WAS READY TO RETIRE AT THE AGE OF / INSTEAD, HE WAS IRVITED TO DIRECT THE MIDWAY AT THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR IN 1895. REMAINING IN CHICA60, BLOOM BUILT UP A CHAIN OF 80 MUSIC STORES,AND MADE A FORTUNE PUBLISHING SHEET MUSK. IN 1910 HE CAME TO NEW YORK AND WENT INTO REAL ESTATE AND CONSTRUCTION. DURIN6 THESE YEARS, HE MADE MANY POLITICAL FRIENDS. BLOOM WAS ELECTED REPRE5ENTATIVE TO CONGRESS ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET IN I9H, AND HAS BEEN SELECTED EVERY TERM SINCE. ;r KNOWN AS A LIBERAL LEGISLATOR AND CLOSE FRIEND OF PRfS. ROOSEVELT,BLOOM ALSO RATES AS A STUDENT OF AMERICAN HISTORY-PARTICULARLY OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON ERA AND OF THE CONSTITUTION IN 1939, HE BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. SINCE THEN HE HAS ACTIVELY DEVOTED HIMSELF TO STIFLING REACTIONARY MEASURES AND AIDING PROGRESSIVE CAUSES... Jewish Answerman (Continued from Page 21) culture and the Greek way of life. 15. He ordered the Jews to abandon their sacred religious practices and to worship Greek idols, TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick • Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782 GREETINGS SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Successor to Whaler's MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE 72 W. Flagler St. — Opposite Courthouse Established in 1887 Ph. 2-5996 Aqui se Habla Espanol erecting altars in every town and village. 16. Mattathias, the High Priest, with his five sons; Modin. 17. Hannah. 18. Judas Maccabeus; from the following inscription on Judas' banner: "Mi Kamokha Baelim Adonai" ("Who is like unto Thee, among the mighty, O Lord?"). The initial letters in this Hebrew TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA V. J. II 0 1 4 II lit 1 COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA L L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357 sentence make up the MKBI. 19. Emmaus (165 B.C.E.). 20. He proceeded to cleanse and to rededicate the Holy Temple. S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Richie Plumbing Supply, Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES DIXIE CURB 2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami, Fla. Branch: 810 N. W. 79th St. Telephone 7-5110 Miami, Florida THE LEVIN FAMILY MARKET TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY LAND TITLE COMPANY Biscayne Building 1061 Dade Boulevard Miami Miami Beach, Florida Quality Groceries and Meats R. E. and M. J. MAIN, Owners 6212 N. E. Second Ave. MIAMI 38. FLA. PHONE 7-0881 GREETINGS ... La Vigne Electric Company I HAPPY CHANUKA eUt TO ALL WANT TO BUY A BUSINESS? Call 82-3461 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE COLUMRIA RAKING COMPANY 38 N.W. Seventh Street—Phone 2-1759 The Finest in Business Opportunities SUPREME ENTERPRISES 1867 W. Flagler St. Irene Rich Church, Owner HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH %  %  „„„ „, SEASON'S GREETINGS East Coast Fisheries, Ine. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional Opposite Huntington Bldfl. 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463 MAY THE HOLIDAY SEASON PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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B^JewwislbJEIIoiPiidliiQun
yp^UME 21-NUMBER 51
Combining THE JEWISHUNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^^LI!^HIDAY- DECEMBER mHmT
PRICE TEN CENTS
William D. Singer
To Head 1949 UJA
William D. Singer, vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will serve as chair-
man of the 1949 Combined Jewish
Appeal, it was announced today.
Jacob Sher, president of the
Federation, explained that Mr.
Singer's duties would include the
enlisting of the nine solicitation
units chairmen, five non-solicita-
tion units chairmen and more
than 150 divisional chairmen and
co-chairmen for the campaign. .
Goal of the 1949 drive will be
set at a meeting of the board of
governors early in January and
the campaign will officially get
under way in March. This year's
campaign will be the eleventh an-
nual fund-raising effort of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Machinery for conducting the
drive will be under the direction
of a campaign cabinet, member-
ship of which will be composed
of the campaign chairman and
the heads of the campaign units
to be named by Mr. Singer.
Last year the goal of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was set at
{1,489,925 but before the drive was
over nearly $1,525,000 had been
subscribed by more than 8,000
contributors.
In his announcement of the ap-
pointment of Mr. Singer to the
ampaign chairmanship, Mr. Sher
told the leaders of the Jewish
community that they were facing
a "tremendous task," in planning
for the growth of the county.
"As a community, we've come
a long way since 1939, birth year
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration," he said. "In its first an-
nual campaign in 1939. Federation
raised $82,745 from 1,631 donors.
In our past campaign in 1948, nine
years later, more than 8,000 con-
tributors gave more than $1,500,-
000. These figures reflect the
powth of Greater Miami's Jewish
community.
"We can be justly proud of the
Part we have played during the
Past decade in aiding the Jews of
w>pe and in upbuilding the
and of Israel, all the while vigor-
ously supporting our welfare pro-
PWj at home. However, the
[[owth of South Florida has been
Phenomenal that our own local
gencies have not been able to
ep pace with the multiplying
aemands made upon them and in
"any case., have been unable to
"PPly the essential services re-
lied by the community."
ml?; revealed that the com-
?E-P nning cmmittee of the
SfS c?' Under the chairman-
JPofStanley C. Myers, is cur-
*2L C,nducting a study of the
S?Ktl0r" growth and ne*ds of
ffnWter Miami Jewish com-
GdnVf a,b3Sis for a ve-year
with X fUnds Dlan' t0 k^P Pace
ItkecJL a?ticiPa*ed growth of
kd2^m?unity- How much Wffl be
KiSf1949 campaign' oa"
been T, g ?UrPses has not yet
" ?? determined, Mr. Sher said.
l*aiLSn,Tr' in ^cepting the
IWa hlp f the 1949 cam-
KpH !rted that the services
VS by the Federation "re-
tion to fu outstanding contribu-
5-1 n tye T"e ft th tQtal
is with a sense
Transjordan King Receives Israeli
Peace Offer; Jerusalem Discussed
William D. Singer
of keen responsibility that I un-
dertake the chairmanship of the
campaign," he declared.
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Col. L.
M. Carlsen, chief United Nations
observer here, returned to the
city after a visit to Amman where
he discussed with King Abdullah
an Israeli proposal that negotia-
tions be started immediately for
an armistice, and, later a final
peace settlement. It is reported
here that at the next meeting
between the Israeli and Arab Le-
gion commanders in Jerusalem
the Transjordan commander will
be able to announce his monarch's
formal reply to the negotiations
offer, made last week.
It is understood that Carlsen
made a detailed report of his talk
with Abdullah and forwarded it
to the United Nations Secretariat
and acting mediator Dr. Ralph J.
Bunche, as well as to the mem-
Ibers of the consular truce com-
mission here. One member of the
commission, American acting con-
sul general William Burdett, is
presently on a tour of Amman
and Beirut.
Unofficially it was learned here
that King Abdullah told Carlsen
that he opposes the internatioy
alization of Jerusalem and pre-
fers that the city be partitioned
between Israel and Transjordan.
When Carlsen reportedly told
Abdullah that in opposing inter-
nationalization of the city he was
on the opposite side of the fence
from Britain, the monarch is al-
leged to have replied that he had
been advised otherwise. To Carl-
sen's arguments that Jews and
Christians throughout the world
opposed the idea of partitioning
Jerusalem, Abdullah replied that
it was the only solution.
Meanwhile, reports here assert
that Transjordan is facing a poli-
tical crisis, with the Cabinet hav-
ing resigned in protest against
Abdullah's readiness to negotiate
with the Israelis. The heir appar-
ent is said to be under house ar-
rest for opposing Abdullah's de-
sire to negotiate.
An Israeli spokesman this week
revealed that there had been two
British warships on the Gulf of
Food For Israel Campaign To Begin Sunday
Aqaba this month, showing a
"certain British interest in this
part of the world." He was com-
menting on a report in the He-
brew press, which quoted un-
named U.N. observers as stating
that British troops have reached
the Aqaba area. The spokesman
also expressed his government's
impatience at Egypt's continued
delay in implementing the U.N.
Security Council's instructions to
begin armistice talks.
Forty American tiuce observers
are scheduled to leave Jerusalem
shortly in line with the liquida-
tion of the mediator's staff in
Palestine. Preparations for the re-
ception of the Conciliation Com-
mission, set up by the recent Gen-
eral Assembly session in Paris,
have already begun, despite the
fact that it is not yet known
whether the members of the three-
nation body will set up their
headquarters in the Old City or
the former Government House, in
the demilitarized section of the
new city.
Cardinal Spellman's personal
representative, Thomas McMahon,
arrived here this week.
The Food for Israel drive, now being conducted throughout
the country by the Zionist Organization of America, will be
launched Sunday by the Miami Beach Zionist District, according
to Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the local campaign.
Support for the drive, which will continue here through the
Chanuka week, will be in the
form of Chanuka gifts. Gift certi-
ficates of five and ten dollars will
be sold by the Miami Beach Dis-
trict and the Miami Beach Masada.
A goal of $10,000 has been es-
tablished.
Thursday has been set aside as
Food for Israel day, Ginsburg an-
nounces, and tables will be set
up all over Miami Beach for the
sale of the gift certificates.
Manuel Posey, national ZOA di-
rector of the American Zionist
Fund, explained that the purpose
of the drive is to supply Israel
with foodstuffs and agricultural
.ommodities to alleviate the acute
food shortage now confronting the
civilian population of the coun-
try. The drive was activated by
the ZOA in response to an official
request of the Israel Supply Mis-
sion for immediate aid. Within
two weeks three ships laden with
food will be sent by the ZOA to
Palestine.
Ginsburg has selected the fol-
lowing committee chairmen: Dr.
E. J. Edelman, distribution of cer-
tificates and liaison with Masada: | A*ve""a't"8 pm
S. Ashkenazy and Alfred Stone,
Food for Israel day; Cantor Sam-
uel Kclemer and Mike Cooper,
hotel and night club coverage.
Also participating in the drive
will be: William Wagner, Paul
Eisman, S. A. Goodman, Murray
Goodman, Jacob Fishman, Meyer
Edelman and at least one hundred
volunteers from the Miami Beach
District.
Congregation Beth El To Dedicate New
Building Sunday With Services And Ball
Congregation Beth El will cele-
brate the dedication of the new
Beth El Center and Religious
School Sunday with a formal de-
dication service in the patio at
2:30 p.m. and a reception and
grand ball for members of the
congregation in Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th
Security Council Rejects Israeli
Application For U. N. Membership
fighting Breaks Out
W* Negev front
- eWirVlV" ISrae1' Joke Thursday between
PARIS, (JTA)The United Na-
tions Security Council this week
rejected the Israeli application for
membership by a vote of 5 to 1.
with 5 abstentions. The United
States, U.S.S.R., the Ukraine, Ar-
gentina and Colombia voted for
admitting Israel, while Syria cast
its ballot against it.
The balloting followed defeat
of a French proposal to delay ac-
tion on the application for an-
other month in order to give the
Security Council sufficient time
to consider the case in the light
of the activities and findings of
the U.N. Conciliation Commission
which would have begun its work
by that time. Also defeated was
a British resolution to postpone
indefinitely consideration of the
Israeli application. A Syrian pro-
posal to refer the Palestine ques^
tion to the International Court of
Justice was rejected.
Following the adverse vote, a
spokesman for the Israeli delega-
tion here said: "The position of
France in this matter does not
faciltate her task as a member
of the United Nations Concilia-
tion Commission to Israel and the
Arab states.
Modern in architecture, the
Beth El center is designed to
furnish the maximum light and
air. There are no corridors or
hallways in the entire structure,
which consists of seven class-
rooms; the Dora August Memorial
Hall, an auditorium with a seat-
ing capacity of 350 persons; an
enclosed patio with a seating
capacity of 750; offices and li-
brary. Every room in the entire
structure opens into the outdoor,
enclosed patio.
The Beth El Center houses the
religious school, of the congrega-
tion, and all its social activities,
in addition to accomodating many
other local organizations. It also
is equipped with a complete hotel
kitchen as well as a large outdoor
playground.
Norman M. Giller was the arch-
itect and Abe Kaplan, the con-
tractor. Mr. Kaplan served in an
advisory capacity, and the build-
ing committee consisted of Chas.
Adelman, chairman, Harry Gold-
berg, Sidney H. Palmer and Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
The afternoon dedication serv-
ice will include an invocation by
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congregation
Beth David, greetings from Mayor
W. Keith Phillips of Coral Gables,
and other city officials. Rabbi
Grauer will deliver the dedicatory
sermon and Cantor Milton Fried-
man will chant appropriate songs.
Marshal Winston and Robert
Fisher will speak in the name of
the student body of the religious
school. Sidney H. Palmer, presi-
dent of the congregation and
chairman of the dedication com-
mittee, will speak on behalf of
the congregation. Rabbi Simon
April, of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, will deliver
the benediction.
The evening affair will be for
members of the congregation and
their families, whereas the gen-
eral public is invited to attend
the afternoon ceremonies.
Serving on the dedication com-
mittee under the chairmanship
of Mr. Palmer are: P. Berkowitz,
A. Pepper, N. Ginsburg, A. M.
Bacr, H. Goldberg, C. Adelman,
L. Kaplan, H. Rias, J. Temple,
M. R. Silver, F. Shochct, A. Can-
tor, L. Gr*een, D. Singer, W. Maer
and Mrs. Charles Stahl.
The entertainment committee,
under the chairmanship of Alfred
Perl will be in charge of the eve-
ning reception. Serving with him
are: M. Pepper, D. Weiner, J.
Cohen, E. Karger, H. Pearl and
H. Steinberg.
There will be no fund raising
or solicitation in conjunction with
the dedication celebration.
Park Madison Studio
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Exterior view oj netu Beth El Center
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PAGE TWO
+Jewlst> FhridHar
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Community Chest
To Stage Drive
For More Funds
A post-campaign drive to raise
a minimum of $75,000 additional
funds for the Community Chest
of Dade County was announced
by Paul R. Scott, president.
The announcement followed a
meeting of campaign leaders, the
Chest budget committee, and
presidents and executives of the
Chest member agencies.
Robert J. Mosher, Chest execu-
tive director, explained to the
agency representatives what the
allocation to each Red Feather
service would be in 1949 on the
basis of $824,396 raised to date,
and what it would be if the total
raised were increased to $900,000
He pointed out that an analysis
of returns in the recent drive
which ended December 2 showed
that approximately 1800 accounts
which had contributed S40.000 in
the 1948 drive were still open for
solicitation. Most of the outstand-
ing accounts represent small busi-
nesses and winter residents who
had not yet arrived during the
campaign period, he explained.
Those present at the meeting
agreed unanimously to organize a
clean-up team consisting of 200 to
300 workers, made up of agency
board members and key cam-
paign presonnel, and to conduct
a concerted drive between Janu-
ary 10 and 31 to complete this
job.
The Miami Beach soliciting or-
ganization had previously decided
on a clean-up campaign during the
same period in order to reach
winter residents and seasonal
business establishments.
Chest agencies will receive their
January allotments on the basis j
of their 1948 budgets, and 1949
allocations have been deferred un-
til the total amount raised by the
clean-up campaign is known.
DON'T READ THIS
Unless you are interested in a ture thing and have at least
$50,000.00 in cash to invest. I have a small subdivision which
contains large home sites, a 2-acre motel site with egress-ingress
to U. S. 1 Hwy., and 9 large business sites on this hwy.; M
established business in a new building with living quarters with
2 baths and a 4-bedroom, 2-tiled baths. CBS home on \\ acre.
The price for all this is only $82,500.00, free and clear. See
owner at Trade Winds Pottery Shoppe, Kendall, Fla.
Pioneer Women To
Celebrate Chanuka
A Chanuka latke party will be
given by the Pioneer Women Club
No. One. Miami Beach. Sunday
evering at 8 o'clock at the Park
Central Hotel. 640 Ocean Drive
Special Chanuka games have
been arranged and a musical pro-
gram will be presented. A recent
Palestine film. "The Birthdav of
a Prophecy,*' will be shown. Mrs.
Bess Spanner, field representative
of the national organization, will
be guest speaker.
Admission is $1.25. Proceeds
will go to the children's emerg-
ency building fund in Israel.
The Pioneer Women Club No.
Two. Miami Beach, will hold a
traditional Chanuka party Mon-
day at the Educational Lyceum.
25 Washington Ave.
Abe Dorf will conduct the Chan-
uka candle lighting ceremony
which will precede the program
Program will include Mollic
Weissman with her accordion and
Tanya Shore vocal soloist. Mrs.
Bess Spanner wil speak to the
group.
A dinner, including latkes. will
be served at 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Mintzes will be hosts.
Communal singing around the
candle light will also be included.
Associated Photographers
Fannie Levitt, (seated) chairman of the dance committee
makes final plans with Jerry Sussman of the Ritz Plaza Hotel for
the annual fund-raising Chanuka dance sponsored by the Miami
Business and Professional Group of Hadassah. The affair is sched-
uled for Sunday evening, 9 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Other
members of the committee are, standing, (1. to r.) Thelma Smolen-
sky, Anne Glazier, Ruth Smolensky.______^__________________
Beach Jr. Hadassah
Holds Formal Dance
Tomorrow evening the Miami
Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah
will present its annual "Miss
Membership Formal Dance" at
the King Cole Hotel. The affair
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
and a cocktail party in the lounge
of the hotel will precede the
dance. Mai Malkin and his or-
chestra will play for dancing and
there will be entertainment and
favors.
This affair is held exclusively
for members of Junior Hadassah
and their guests. Highlight of the
evening will be the coronation of
"Miss Membership"the girl in
Junior Hadassah who has brought
in the most members during the
contest period.
Chairman of the affair is Miss
Beverly Raphael, vice president.
Members of the committee are the
Misses Toby Cooper and Phyllis
Wilpon, invitations: Miss Lillian
Aronson, arrangements; Miss
Freida Ankus, door; Miss Natalie
Samuels, hostess. Assisting are the
Misses Phoebe Koondel, Janice
Goldriner. Kaylee Raffel, Roslyn
Elbaum, Naomi Segal and Ethel
Spahn. Novel programs and sou-
venirs for the event have been
designed by Miss Toby Cooper,
president.
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By HARRY SIMONHOFK
Anti-Defamation League:
The New Shtadlan
In the days before the Demo-1 ing in Miami, seems to have had
ratic Era. when Kings ruled by: but 5 members). Presumably, or-
nivine right, the people were sub-1 ganized Anti-Semitism has col-
lects or serfs in a restricted polity lapsed. For, in spite of the efforts
'd economy. Jews were also
Ser l^al disability They
fived in Ghettoes, which had un-
avorable as well as favorable
aspects. A profession arose that
filled the needs of the time. Men
either wealthy, influential, or
talented, represented the Jewish
declassees in the Castle or the
to whip up sentiment for a $53,-
000,000 allocation from the Great-
er Miami Federation, little or
nothing was said about the pres-
ent activities of such hate monger-
ing rabble. On the contrary, At-
lanta, the birthplace and capitol
of the K.K.K. was heralded as a
sort of haven of arch-liberalism
Palace, before the Legislature or, and good will, where Jews stand
the Monarch. He was called the in the highest esteem.
Shtadlan. a Polish title for the
representative of Jewry.
Advocate, intercessor, and
spokesmen, the Shtadlan, was
faced with the task of averting
any disaster threatening his peo-
ple. Generally, he was capable
and conscientious; in the main, he
performed his job creditably. Yet
in history, this Hof-Jude is not
remembered with honor. The
very nature of his backstairs gum
shoeing was demeaning. His use
of persuasion and flattery, bribery
and cajolery recalls the painful
conditions under which the de-
pressed and submerged Jews
labored. The importance of the
Shtadlan declined during the
struggle for emancipation. The
rise of the Zionist movement
brushed him aside completely.
Zionism declared that help could
not come through the intercession
of either friend or foe. The broad
masses of Jewry must demand
their just rights openly and fear-
lessly, from an unwilling world.
The Old Methods
But the obsolete has a curious
way of returning. When Nazi
propaganda launched a full scale,
Anti-Semitic campaign in the
U.S., we felt the impact in Miami.
We had recourse to the methods
of the old-fashioned Shtadlan.
Among the numerous problems
calling for action was a project
to ferry American tourists be-
tween Key West and Havana by
German owned ships, manned by
Nazi seamen. Our backstairs ne-
gotiations induced both the Sea-
board Airline RR. Co. and the
Florida Motor Bus Line to cancel
their agreements already entered jn fact, a very small premium for
with the Nazi controlled North this kind of insurance. The cynic
German Lloyd. Our numerous ex- might sneer that this excellent
ploits attracted the attention of program to eliminate evil from
Henry Monsky, late President of the world has been the goal of
B'nai B'lith and Richard F. Gud-1 religions and governments. And
stadt, national director of the'both have failed. Yet there is
A.D.L. At our suggestion, they
opened the first Regional A.D.C.
Office in the South, which has
been operating in Miami since
1940.
The J.D.A. Conference
Over a week ago a state wide
conference of the Jewish Defense
Appeal was called at the Roney
Plaza Hotel on Miami Beach. The
J-D.A. is the agency that raises
funds for the defense uses of the
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League. At
this session, lasting most of Sun-
day, we listened to the usual elo-
quent denunciations of Anti-
kemitism. We also heard that be-
ore the war there functioned in
the U.S. over 800 Jew-baiting or-
ganizations. (One of these, W. G.
Blanci.urd's White Front, operat-
The constructive part of the
program came up in the form of
"Songs of Friendship" and a short
movie. The songs, scarcely above
the kindergarten mentality, are
calculated in some way to ease
racial and religious tensions. The
picture, "Make Way for Youth"
shows how a league of youngsters
were able to break down the walls
of group hatreds in Madison, Wis.
and usher in the millenium when
"the wolf shall dwell with the
lamb." Our public relations ex-
perts in defense and good will
maintained quite seriously that
this movie, geared to the mentali-
ty of a 3rd grade public school
child, would be used to show In-
ternational Conferences, with long
impressive names, how to abolish
prejudice from the world.
The New Technique
The J.D.A. Conference demons-
trated that the obsolete methods
of the old-time Shtadlan are now
passe. The new scientific techli-
que seems to be based on the as-
sumption that as long as there
exists hatreds against Negroes,
Japs, Mormons, Jehovah-Wit-
nesses, or Snake-Handling Sects,
the Jews are not safe. Further-
more, the Anti-Semite is gen-
erally a frustrated creature, whose
neurosis rises in the same ratio
as depression and employment in-
creases. Ergo, it is our obligation
to stamp out every imaginable
form of bigotry and intolerance.
Furthermore, it is essential to
maintain the status-quo of pros-
perity and good wages.
An allotment by the Federation
that will increase last year's $20,-
000 by an additional $33,000, is
Essen Will Head
Hibiscus Lodge
A long-time active participant
in Masonic events, Ben Essen this
week was unanimously elected
worshipful
master of Hibis-
cus Lodge No.
275 by his fellow
lodge members.
He will serve for
one year. Essen
is a 32nd degree
Mason, a mem-
ber of the Miami
Scottish Rites
consistory and a
Ben Essen member of the
Mahi Shrine Temple.
Besides being one of the most
active members in all of these
groups, Essen takes an intense in-
terest in numerous other civic
and welfare groups in Miami
Beach.
Junior Hadassah Will
Sponsor Cocktail Party
Plans have been completed for
a cocktail party Sunday night at
8:30 o'clock at the home of Sonny
Jaffee, 1895 S.W. 11th Terr.
Entertainment will include se-
lections by Renee Greenfield,
vocalist and Rita Jo Quartin,
pianist.
Proceeds of the party will go
towards the Youth Aliyah (im-
migration) agency that maintains
refugee European youth in Pal-
estine and the Henrietta Szold
School of Nursing in Jerusalem.
Senior Judaeans Elect
The Ninth Grade Senior Ju-
daeans, a newly organized group
composed of eighteen members,
elected the following members as
officers: Gail Horowitz, president;
Rhoda Feldman, vice president:
Ann Cooper, publicity: Ruth
Korn. chairman of Heren Hanoar;
Beverly Hcilbrum, recording sec-
retary; Ruth Jonas, correspond-
ing secretary; Judy Grossman,
treasurer; Andra Tompkins, JNF
representative; Ann Brick, coun-
cil representative.
The group will present Pales-
tinian songs and dances at the
Chanuka convention to be held
at Miami Beach Y. Meetings are
held every Tuesday evening at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
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something noble about an ideal
that is unattainable. It was Wil-
liam James, the greatest of Amer-
ican psychologists, who said that
if heaven were reached, it would
no longer be heaven.
But wouldn't it be wiser to soar
closer to earth? For instance,
Daniel P. Sullivan, former F.B.I,
agent and now director of the
Crime Commission of Greater Mi-
ami, charges that 250_bookie^stalls
are operating on
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Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A.
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Mitzvah of their oldest child, Har-
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at Congregation Brothers of Is-
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Rabbi Kellner is spiritual leader.
Rabbi Kellner formerly served as
Rabbi of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation.
under the aegis of the powerful
syndicate. Here the A.D.L. has a
glorious opportunity to eliminate
a cesspool the breeds anti-Semitic
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24,
1948
EDITORIAL
Chanuka
Outwardly the struggle of the Maccabeans was
one against barbaric oppression, against a tryant
who indulged in massacre as if it were a play
thing. But the core of the conflict, the inner and
more important strife, concerned itself with the
opposition of two powerful faiths, two cultures,
two completely dissimilar ways of lifethe He-
brew versus the Greek.
At the time when Mattathias called his people
to resistance, Hellenism had filtered through the
entire Middle East and even Judea was beginning
to fall to the influence of the Greeks. Half of
Judea spoke Greek, dressed Greek, felt Greek. It
was when Antiochus Epiphanes outlawed the
Sabbath, built a statue of Zeus in the center of the
Temple and sacrificed pigs on the sacred altar
that the true significance of Hellenistic expansion
became apparent.
The revolt began and it had to end in victory.
The Jews could not sacrifice their past. It had
come with too much struggle to be forfeited. The
conception of one God as too lofty a height to be
replaced with the diversities of pagan deities. The
soft, easily enjoyed morality of the Greeks was
too insipid a solution for the complexities of living.
It missed the single firmness. It vacillated. It
played with geomoetry and logic. The Jews de-
manded a truth, a way of conduct. They could not
tolerate mental posing, mental arithmetic. They
could not be satisfied with nice, philosophic
nuances. Aristotlian analysis could not make up
for the ecstatic righteousness that belonged to
Moses. A culture was at stake. Judaism held the
banner. It would not permit itself, nor the world,
to slip back. Zeus could not triumph over Jehovah.
When the sons of Mattathias returned victorious
to a Temple no longer desecrated by pagan
deities, Hallel the song of Thanksgiving was sung.
Thus they showed their gratitude to a God who
allowed His children to struggle for the honor of
His name. A single jar of oil was found undefiled
in the Temple sanctuary. It had escaped the pro-
fanation of the heathens. It was lit and the flame
burned eight days, thus allowing time for the
preparation of new oils, time for the ritual of the
new dedication of the Temple.
Since then it has been a Jewish custom during
the eight-day Chanuka celebration to set the
Menorah at night-fall to burn against the window
so that a world whose heaven is darkened may
behold light.
Perhaps at no time since the days of the Macca-
beans of old has Chanuka seemed to have so
My CredentialsMay I Come In?
much meaning as it has for us today. On the face
this appears to be a paradox. It is as though we
were to say the farther we go from an event the
closer it comes to us.
Yet this is actually the case, and the explana-
tion does not lie in any twilight realm of paTadox.
We feel the Chanuka spirit more vividly this year
because we have witnessed in our own days what
amounts to a repetition of the great Maccabean
feat and wonder of old.
We have seen, as in the day of our Maccabean
sires, a small number conquer a great host. The
Maccabeans triumphed over a great Syrian mili-
tary leader, Antiochus, reputed for his armed
prowess. We have seen the Jews in Israel triumph
over the Syrians and the Iraquis and the Yemeni-
tes and the Saudi Arabians and even over the
British. We have seen what appeared a lost cause
turn into brilliant victory.
The Maccabean heroism still lives in the Jew.
Year after year we have gone on praying for re-
Vood For Israel
The coming week of Chanuka has been a
signated as "Food for Israel" week. Under tK
general sponsorship of the Miami Beach Zi0n,
District a one week campaign will take place t
answer the nationwide call by the State of Ism l
Supplies are urgently needed to augment the feS
supplies, according to the Israeli Supply Mission
here in our country to personally appeal on be
half of the young country desperately trying on all
fronts to stabilize its economic being.
The ZOA is the exclusive agency for the col
lection and dispatching to Israel of two and a
half-million dollars worth of goods in this emero-
ency food procurement effort. y
Israel has had to mobilize to the fullest its re-
sources and manpower, to meet invasion on five
fronts. Its women have sent their sons, husbands
and sweethearts off to defend their soilin the
hills of Galilee, on the parched sands of the
Negev, in Jerusalem. Others, not so young, not
so fit, have been off working on hastily erected
fortifications, or on Israel's "Burma Road," the
lifeline to beleaguered Jerusalem. Many of the
farms had to be neglected, as their tillers dropped
their plowshares for swords to defend their hard-
won land.
That is why Israel's civilian population needs
food, until once again it is left free to develop the
land and its resources to support itself.
Situated in the southermost portion of the United
States the Greater Miami Community has been
asked to support the "Food for Israel" drive by
purchasing Gift Certificates, thus eliminating
freight, packing and other unnecessary items in
forwarding the merchandise to shipping centers.
You can make it a happy Chanuka for our
brethren in Israel by sending your gift certificate
to the Miami Beach Zionist District office, 235
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Ask your friends and
neighbors to do likewisemake it a happy
Chanuka!
demption. We made our little contributions for
Palestine. We sanq the song of Hatikvah, mean-
ing hope, yet so long has been the Jewish tragedy
that few of us dared hope very much. We had
taken sufferance "to be our badge," as a great
poet wrote.
Yet, the miracle has happened. After the dark-
est night in our history, dawn has finally broken
on Israel.
As we kindle the Chanuka lights anew this
year, the light that is Israel will brighten the
festivity and illuminate the road to our destiny.
Both Tfilah To
Present Cantor
Cantor Samuel Vigoda, re-
nowned religious singer, will con-
duct services at Congregation
Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., this
evening and tomorrow. Services
this evening will begin promptly
at 5 and tomorrow morning
promptly at 8, according to Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky. The cantor
will also appear in a Chanuka con-
cert Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Ho will be accompanied by Jos-
Plaza Features Stars
On Stage Program
Beginning December 29 at the
Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, Paul
Burstein and Lillian Lux, sup-
ported by a large New York
vaudeville company, will appear
in person. The screen attraction
will feature Jennie Goldstein in
an all Yiddish film with English
subtitles, "Two Sisters."
This week's bill starting today
Temple Isaiah To
Mark Chanuka
On Sunday at 7 p.m. Temple
Isaiah in cooperation with the
Sisterhood will sponsor a Chan-
uka package party.
The kindling of the candelabra
will be featured and there will be
community singing and enter-
tainment, including a playlet to
be presented by the boys and
girls of the Religious School. Par-
ticipating in the program will be
eph Shreibman.
Tickets may be purchased at SSLr^^SSSLf?fc
the synagogue or from the fol-
brings Max Kletter, operatic star! Joy Brenner, Milton Tupler,
and concert violinist, with the' Glenn Gordon, Gail Pollack and
Feder Sisters, in a program of Roberta Cohen. A full length
movie will be shown by Abe
lowing 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 Meri-
dian Ave.
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KISLEV 22, 5709
"The Jolly Shoemakers," a
Yiddish musical comedy, will be
presented at the Plaza Theatre.
Miami Beach, for a five day en-
gagement starting December 29
through January 2. Starring
Pesechka Burstein with the young
Yiddish star Lillian Lux, the play
has received an enthusiastic re-
ception throughout the country.
Sholom Secunda, composer of Bie
Mere Bist du Shein, wrote the
music. This will be the only ap-
pearance of the troupe in the
area. A continuous performance
during the five days will begin at
two o'clock until midnight.
Schonfeld, official movieman of
the temple and dancing will fol-
low in the patio. Refreshments
will be provided.
According to the Mesdames Ida
Belle Purcel, Betty Silver and
Rose Brodsky, ways and means
committee of Temple Isaiah's Sis-
terhood, admission to the party
is by a small gift package which
will be auctioned for the benefit
of the temple. The public is in-
vited.
Blue Ribbon Laundry
Marks 1st Anniversary
Today marks the first annivers-
ary of the new management of
the Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc.,
now owned and operated by Na-
than Slomowitz. Located at 1403
N.W. 7th Ct., the building has
been renovated inside and out.
New equipment has been installed
by the owner-manager who has
been in the dry cleaning and
laundry business for 28 years,
coming here from Ossining, N. Y.
The Blue Ribbon was estab-
lished 15 years ago and formerly
specialized in agency work. This
has been eliminated by Mr. Slom-
owitz in favor of dealing direct
with the retail trade. In addition,
the establishment handles much
of the hotel business. "Lengthen-
ing the life of your linens," is
the aim of the veteran operator,
who states that he has intro-
duced a policy of never neglect-
ing his year-round customers for
the season trade. "We are here to
serve you when you need us
not onljfawhen business is slack,
is the motto of the management.
Leaders In Gables Jewish Center Drives
Rabbi Grauer To Begin
Forum Series Tonight
Rabbi Murray Grauer inaugur-
ates the fourth series of Friday
evening forums at Congregation
Beth El tonight. The forums are
beginning this week in conjunc-
tion with the dedication of the
new synagogue which was built
under the guidance and leader-
ship of the Rabbi. Rabbi Grauer
will preach on "Dedication, a
Joint Theme with Chanuka." Can-
To Meet Tuesday Night
President Sam Silver has called
a board meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center for Tues-
day evening at 8 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. M. Corenblum, 6404 S.W.
12th St.
which will consist of traditional
Zemiros and modern Palestinian
songs. An Oneg Shabbat, spon-
sored by the Sisterhood, will be
held after the services in the
Dora August Memorial Hall.
Rabbi Grauer, who received
his B. A. from Yeshiva Universi-
ty, was also ordained at that in-
stitution. He worked for his M. A.
tor Milton Friedman will render in political science and sociology
isical portion of the service | at Columbia University.
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William L. Pallot, Miami at-
torney and resident of the Great-
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been appointed chairman of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center
membership drive which is now
in full swing. Sam Weissel, pio-
William Pallot
neer Jewish resident of Coral
Gables, is a leading light in tw
Center's building campaign- Arch-
itectural plans have already bee
completed and the erection ol
Center building is imminent.



pumAY-DECEMBER 24, 1948
Center Sisterhood
To Hold Meeting
The f'rst :'fternoon meetinK in
history of the Sisterhood of
e Miami Beach Jewish Center
ill be held Monday at 1:30 p.m
the Center pattio in the new
building, 1701 Washington Ave..
which is just being completed
under the supervision of Archi-
tect Albert Anis.
After a brief business meeting
Mrs. Arthur Klein, president, will
introduce Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
program chairman. The program
will be introduced by a Chanuk;
candle light ceremony. Rabbi
Lehrman will review the book
"Prince of the Ghetto" by Maur-
ice Samuel. Community singing
will be led by Ben Yomen, musi-
cal director of the Center and a
Chanuka party will follow.
Special honor guests will be
the following members who cele-
brate their birthdays during the
month of December: Mother
Bloom, the Mesdames J. Feinbcrg.
A. Schwartz, Geo. Sugarman.
Mary Cohen. H. Mitchell, Sallie
Rosenson, Julius Seligman, L. H.
Dobrow, M. Pulver, Chas. Brown,
J. Hader, Helen Reisman, Frances
Paetro, M. Gordon, Pauline Ros-
engarten, M. S. Rubin, H. Aus-
lander, E. Spitzer, Mollie Wittner,
Tillye Zucker, Sylvia Singer, H.
Kipness, Sally Horowitz, Evelyn
Morrison, Frances Warschoff, Re-
becca Merrivitzer and Bernard
Brown.
Hostesses for this meeting will
be the following members: Miss
Lil Danziger, the Mesdames Hat-
tie Friedlanel. Abraham Goodman,
J. Burris, Geo. Goldberg, Samuel
Ginsberg, Ben Zion Ginsberg and
Jack Falk.
A Chanuka game night will be
given by the Sisterhood on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. in the Center
patio at 1701 Washington Ave.
Proceeds (if this affair, which
is an annual event, will be used
towards furnishing the new re-
For Your Chanukah Recipes
Temple Sisterhood
Opens Gift Shop
To commemorate Chanuka
which begins the evening of De
cember 26, the Temple Both
Sholom Sisterhood has on hand
Chanuka menorahs and candles
as well as gifts, to fill every con-
ceivable holiday need, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Leon
J. Ell, chairman of the Sisterhood
Gift Shop.
"For weeks we have been pur-
chasing the most complete supply
of Chanuka menorahs. games,
books, records, informals, book
marks, seals, candles and 'dreid-
els\" states Mrs. Ell, "until now
we have the most complete stock
of Chanuka items in Greater Mi-
ami.
All proceeds from the operation
of the Sisterhood Gift Shop which
is now in its second year, are
spent for the maintenance' and
enlargement of the Temple Re-
ligious school.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
BEHIND THE SCENES:
A long-standing conflict be-
tween the members of the Jew-
ish Agency executive in Jeru-
salem and those in the United
States has finally been settled to
the satisfaction of the American
members The conflict de-
veloped over the jurisdiction of
the American branch of the Jew-
ish Agency ... Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann and
other U. S. members of the Jew-
ish Agency executive insisted that
nothing should be done by the
Jerusalem branch in the United
States over the head of the Amer-
ican executive They demand-
ed that the American branch be
considered the supreme authority
over Zionist issues in the United
States ... In other wordsthey
wanted complete autonomy in
matters concerning supervision of
Zionist activities in this country
and the work conducted on Amer-
ican soil to help in the develop-
ment of Israel This demand
arose as a result of the Jeru-
salem's branch's addressing com-
munication to groups in this coun-
try directly, sometimes even with-
out prior consultation with the
American section of the executive
. For a while it looked as
though there might be a serious
breach between the Jewish
Agency leaders in New York and j
the headquarters of the Agency in j
Jerusalem Some members of
the American section even in-
dicated that they might resign, if
Jerusalem continued to ignore
their request ... It reached a
point where some of the leading
members of the American section
of the executive were inclined not
to participate in U.P.A. negotia-
tions with the J.D.C. for the re-
newal of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for the coming year Now
the matter has been settled com-
pletely with the announcement by
the Jerusalem executive giving
the fullest rights to the American
section The latter has now
been entrusted "with full re-
sponsibility for representing, guid-
ing and supervising all activities
on behalf of the Zionist move-
ment on the American scene" .
Thus, Dr. Silver and his group
again emerged victorious from a
battle which was this time con-
ducted in great secrecy, but which
could have ended with plenty of
noise. .

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
Believe it or not, but the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds is now already
thinking in terms of Jewish need-
in 1975 This is due to a re-
port by the U. S. Bureau of the
Census predicting changes in the
general population in this coun-
try by 1975 that have stror.g im-
plications for planners of Jewish
community organisation ... Tr.e
report foresees a decrease in the
population growth, a large in-
crease in the older age groups and
little change in the number of
children and youths Looking
at the implications of these trends,
the Council of Jewish Federations
notes that the aging population
will need expanded programs by-
family services, community cen-
ters, hospitals and homes for
aged ... It also draws attention
to the fact that immigration, or
rather the immigration quota,
will have its effect on the growth
and age composition of the Jewish
population in this country Un-
less immigration is increased, the
present programs of Jewish social
agencies will definitely be af-
fected Incidentally, other
studies made in various cities re-
veal that the annual birth rate
among Jews in the United States
is 30 percent lower than that of
non-Jews These studies also
reveal that intermarriage is con-
stantly increasing in New York
and that this seems to be the case
also in other cities Inter-
marriage occurs more frequently
in the case of Jewish men than
women, and the non-Jewish
spouse is more often a Protestant
than a Catholic The Jews
have a longer span of life than
members of non-Jewish groups.
Dr. Kurt Singer To Address North
Shore B'nai BVith Women At Lunch
Dr. Kurt Singer, author of the book, "Spies and Traitors of
best seller, "Spies and Traitors of. World War II" has been trans-
World War II" and authority on, lated into 15 languages and has
international affairs will[address j ^^ considerable praise from
Gablos ZOA Will
Hold First Meet
The inaugural meeting of the
Coral Gables Chapter of the Zion-
ist Organization of America will
take place Sunday at 8 p.m. at
the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.
Shepard Broad, active in local
Zionist affairs and vice president
of the Southeastern Region ZOA.
will be principal speaker. Harold
George Shapiro, a leader in na-
tional Masada, will also speak
briefly. A Chanuka candle light-
ing ceremony under the direction
of Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel
director, will precede the pro-
gram.
Community singing led by a
Masada group and a social hour
will follow. Chanuka refresh-
ments will be served. The public
is invited, and there will be no
solicitation of funds.
members of the North Shore
Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith at
a literary luncheon and autograph
party honoring the author Mon-
day at 12:30 p.m. at the Colony
Restaurant, Miami Beach.
Dr. Singer, who is a member of
the United Nation's Speaker's re-
search committee, has addressed
college audiences, civic forums
and radio listeners exceeding five
million persons and has contrib-
uted to the Saturday Evening
Post, the American Magazine,
Liberty, the New York Times and
New York Herald-Tribune. His
Beach Zionists Will
Hear Rabbi Shoulson
Rabbi Isadore Shoulson, past
president of the Eastern Dela-
ware Zionist District in Philadel-
phia, will speak on "The Normal
State of Israel" at the luncheon
club of the Miami Beach Zionist
District at the National Hotel,
Wednesday at 12:15, Harold
Shapiro, chairman, announced.
Rabbi Shoulson, who held the
pulpit in Westchester, Pa., for
eleven years, is Rabbi Emeritus of
Kosher Israel Congregation in
Westchester and is now on leave
of absence from Ohavas Chessed
Syngagoue in Philadelphia.
Rabbi Shoulson will spend his
winters here, where he is engaged
in business and his summers in
Atlantic City, where he owns and
directs a hotel.
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Mizrachi Women
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The Miami Beach Branch, Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
America, will present a Chanuka
festival at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock. Proceeds will go towards
the children's village project in
Palestine, it was announced by
Mrs. Nat H. Hochman, president.
This event, which is an annual
affair, is to be one of the organ-
ization.^ largest projects of the
year. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will conduct the Chanuka candle
lighting ritual and will render a
number of traditional holiday
songs. Mrs. Martha Redding, pian-
ist and popular singer, will pre-
sent a program of songs in He-
brew and Yiddish. Following the
entertainment, refreshments will
be served.
Mrs. Betty Turk is chairman.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Pauline Chill and Mrs. Tillie
Levine. Chairman of the refresh-
ment committee is Mrs. Bessie
Michalberg. Serving on her com-
mittee as hostesses will be: Mes-
dames Mary Goodman, Cecelia
Goldenberg, Goldie Sir, Minnie
Wexlcr, Ida Friedman, Samuel
Reinhard, Rachel Katz, Molly
Sobel and Miriam Strosky.
Mrs. Hochman has announced
a general membership meeting for
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Committee reports will be given
and a program and refreshments
will follow the meeting.
Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs.
Pauline Chill are in charge of ar-
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The luncheon committee of the
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Silverstein who will be assisted
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Shiftman and George Gallander.
President Mrs. Stanley Phillips
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admitted to the practice of iaw
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its 1949 fund drive, Wm. L. Pallot.
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school auditorium. Leading
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and Ivan Petroff.
service activities and help to ex-
pand activities in the promotion
of local civic affairs and Ameri-
canism projects. The drive will
also facilitate expansion of the
organization into new lodges and
chapters in this area.
During the past year, five adult
lodges and chapters and two youth
groups have been organized in
Miami and Miami Beach.
Individual lodges and chapters
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monies raised wihich are ear-
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Women chapters have maintained
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the Pratt Veterans Hospital while
other groups have supplied schools
with books and play ground
equipment.
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B'rith groups and this unit form-
ulates and activates the service
policies of B'nai B'rith in the
greater Miami area. The next
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cil is scheduled for Thursday at
330 Seybold Building, at which
time officers for 1949 will be
elected.
Miami Judaeans To
Mark Judaea Month
The Young Judaeans and Senior
Judaeans of Miami and Miami
Beach will observe National
Young Judaea Month on Wednes-
day with a special Young Judaea
Chanuka night to be held at the
Miami Beach Y, according to
Joseph Pardo, chairman of the
Young Judaea Leader's Council.
The month of December has
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activities in support of the youth
of Israel, so as to stimulate the
organization of new groups in
the community.
The Miami Young Judaea Clubs
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Young Judaea throughout the
country, in a drive to build a
training center in Israel for the
Tsofim, Jewish Scouts.
Beach AJC Women
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annual benefit dinner dance at
the Beachcomber on Chanuka eve,
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Mac F. Weiner. Mrs. Ed-
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Goldenberg are in charge of re-
servations, while Mrs. Jerome
Kimball is in charge of publicity.
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Glasser, Mrs. Leonard Glickman
and Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
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VAAD HAKASHRUTH
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 CenterRabbi I. Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi L. Kronish
Beth El CongregationRabbi M. Grauer
Beth David CongregationRabbi M. Shapiro
Congregation Beth TfilahRabbi J. E. Rackovsky
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
Lobel's Kosher 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 Poultry Inc., 155 N.W. 5th St. (Wholesale 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.
MS'sSKo'sher:tMe1at & Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave.
Oualitv Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St.
Ft & 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.
Sam's Live Poultry Inc., 2011 S.W. 8th St. (Poultry Only)
^Florida Wholesale, 50 N.E. 14th St. (Wholesale Only)
Coral Way Section
Malter's Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
Adler's Poultry Farm, 853 Sunset Drive (Wholesale Only)
Look for the sign of the G.M.V.H. in the meat market before
vou bur your Kosher product. Look for the G.M.V.H. ring on
the chicken before you buy in any live poultry market.
The sicm of G.M.V.H. is your assurance for Kashruth.
F S &gSs?&Et5&g FtOH1 R"ck"*kr'
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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Harriet Schiff Married To Dr. Jules
Beck wit t In Ceremony At Shelborne
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Irvvin Beck-
witt are shown following their
wedding on Dee. 11 at the Shel-
borne Hotel. Mrs. Beckwitt is the
former Miss Harriet Schiff.
daughter of Dr. Nathan S. Schiff
of New York, and Mrs. Sylvia
II.iir...11. Siudio
Schiff of Miami and Washington.
D. C. Nuptials were performed by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The
bridegroom is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, pioneer
Miami residents.
Mr. And Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk United
In Garden Wedding December 5
In a double ring wedding amid
a garden setting Sheldyne Arons.
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Barnet
Arons. 1152 N.W. 6th St., became
the bride of Sheldon Lelchuk, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk.
1414 Alhambra Circle, Coral
Gables. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated and Mrs. M. Yomen pro-
vided the organ music.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
white slipper satin trimmed with
a bertha of white Chantilly lace
edged in seed pearls. Her finger-
tip veil of illusion fell from a
satin bonnet with orange blos-
soms, and her train was court
length. She carried a mother-of-
pearl prayer book adorned with
white orchids.
Rita Arons, maid of honor, for
her sister, wore a gown of pale
blue marquisette and carried a
bouquet of pink roses. Lawrence
Arons was best man.
The bride's mother chose-a dress
of dusty rose crepe with a bodice
of silver beads. She wore an or-
chid corsage. Mrs. Lelchuk wore
a dress of taupe crepe trimmed in
lace. Her corsage was composed
of green orchids.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
After the wedding trip,
couple will reside at 1000
7th St.
the
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OPEN
11:45 SUNDAY
Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk
Betrothal Announced
The betrothal of Miss Barbara
Hecsh to Arthur Miller, Philadel-
1 phia, Pa., has been announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
H. Hecsh, 1619 Lenox Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Barbara, her fiance and her
brother, Robert J. Hecsh, will
spend the holidays with the
Hecshes. They attend schools in
Philadelphia.
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MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKAH SPECIALS
Menorahs Candles
Dreidels Records
Books Games
Seals Informals

Souvenirs
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
9 TO 5
SUNDAY10 TO 12 A.M.
Personally Speaking .
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei have as their houseguest
Mrs. Tillie Katz, Mrs. Machtei's mother. Mrs. Machtei and her
mother arrived from New York Tuesday. Mrs. Katz will spend
the winter in Miami, returning to New York after Pesach.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables, have their
two sons Cadets William (Buddy) and F. Roy, home from Valley
Forge Military Academy for the holidays. Buddy plans to spend
the New Year's weekend in Havana, Cuba, as the guest of Cadet
Louis Lastra. Several parties have been arranged for the boys
durina their stay.
* *
Hyma B. Hecht, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht,
128 Washington Ave., has returned for the holidays from the
Long Island College of Podiatry, where he is a sophomore
student. Hecht is a graduate of the University of Miami.
* *
Mrs. Esther Scheinholt and her two children are spending
the Chanuka holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Werman, 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Scheinholt will
celebrate her eighteenth wedding anniversary Monday, De-
cember 27, which is also Mr. Werman's birthday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, owners and operators of the Dun-
craggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are spending the next three
months at the Yacht Basin Apartments in Clearwater Beach, Fla.
Before returning to Hendersonville to open the hotel for the
summer, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will stop in Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzman, 1207 Meridian Ave., an-
nounce the birth of a boy on December 18. Mrs. Weitzman is
vice Dresident of the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women.
* *
Alfred Aronovitz is spending the holidays wi,th his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave. Alfred, who is
a junior at Harvard, arrived Monday and will return to Cam-
bridge. Mass., shortly after the first of the year.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Eugene Farber and daughters Jane and
Virginia of Toledo, Ohio, are the houseguests of Mr. Farber's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch of the
Royal Beauty Supply Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller and their two children, Jay and
Franklin, arrived at their home at 3010 S.W. 19th Terr, for the
winter season. They have as their guest Miss Violet Friedman
of Chicago.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen will spend the holidays in
Miami. Dr. Cohen is the son of Dr. Harry Cohen, 1130 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Cohen is the former Judith Weiss,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Euaene Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm Ave., Miami
Beach, have as holiday houseguests Mrs. Turk's brother-in-law
and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Schwartz, of Long Island, and
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P. Wohlstadter,
Brooklyn. The Northerners will remain in Miami until shortly
after the first of the year.
* -fc
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jaff'ee of Chicago, 111., are vacationing
at the Jefferson Hotel on Miami Beach. Mrs. Jafee is giving a
review of "Destination, Palestine" by Dr. Ruth Gruber at the
home of Mrs. Bessie Adlerblum, 1320 S.W. 6th St., Tuesday at
8 p.m.
* *
Joseph Richards of Brookline, Mass., is spending his vaca-
tion with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2541 S.W.
14th St.
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray Idelson, Dorchester, Mass., are spend-
ing their annual vacation in Miami Beach. During their stay they
will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans.
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Monte Tischler, freshman at the University of Chicago,
is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morti-
mer Tischler, 2133 S.W. 19th Ave.
* *
Joining the other college students spending the holidays
in Miami is Artrhur Pearl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl,
1823 S.W. 14th Terr. Arthur is a freshman at Emory in Atlanta.
.
Sandra Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bossak, recent-
ly underwent a tonsilectomy.
*
Leonard Fruchtman of Toledo, Ohio, is a guest at the Shel-
borne Hotel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rokeach. Great Neck, Long Island, and
their two children, Linda and Michael, are visiting Mrs. Ro-
keach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schatz, Miami Beach.
**
Dr. and Mrs. Max Tendrich announce the birth of a baby
girl, Adrian Lynne, born at Coral Gables Hospital December 20.
Carole J. Fenias To
Celebrate Birthday
Chanuka Events Planned For Beth David Children
Sunday morning a Chanuka
party sponsored by the PTA will
be held during the Sunday school
session. Chanuka gifts will be ex-
changed and refreshments will be
served. A program will be pre-
sented during the assembly at
11:30 a.m.
Children of the 7th through the
Uth grades will hold a dance in
the Talmud Torah puditorium at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Children of the Hebrew school
vill celebrate with a traditional
Chanuka latke party Thursday
morning which will include the
kindling and blessing of the
Chanuka lights.
Carole Jov Fenias
A formal supper and dance
honoring the 16th birthday of
their daughter Carole Joy, is be-
ing given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fenias of 4170 Nautilus Dr., Mi-
ami Beach, in the ocean lounge
of the Rpney Plaza hotel on Tues-
day at 8:30 p.m.
Among the sixty young guests
and immediate family, there will
be many who have traveled a
long way to join Miss Fenias'
celebration of her birthday. Out
of town guests include: Miss Sally
Goodman, Burlington, N. C; Miss
Barbara Tobias, High Point, N. C;
Miss Amy Levy, Philadelphia, Pa.;
Miss Sue Gilbert, New York City,
N. Y.; Seymour Bates, Greens-
boro, N. C; Jay Tellas, Philadel-
phia, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Fenias of Newark, N. J.
Nat Blumbergs To Hold
Open House On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
will be hosts at an open house
on Sunday from three to six at
their home 1285 S.W. 19th Terr.
Honor guests will be their son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Fried, whose wed-
ding was a Thanksgiving Day
event in Elizabeth, N. J. The
Frieds, who are expected to ar-
rive today, will remain until Jan-
uary 2. Arriving earlier this week
to attend the affair were Stan-
ley's brother Marvin and a friend,
Jerry Levy, also of Elizabeth.
No personal invitations have
been issued to the reception to
which their many friends in the
area are invited.
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ppiDAYJDECEMBER 24, 1948
Double Ring Candlelight Ceremony
joins Audrey Hankoff And Nelan Sweet
A double ring candlelight ceremony last Sunday united i
in mar-

Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating.
The couple repeated their
vows beneath a carnation
decked canopy in a room
decorated with potted
palms and gladioli.
The bride, given in mar-
riage by her father, wore
an ivory satin and Chan-
tilly lace bridal gown de-
signed with long lace
sleeves tapering into
pointed wrists. A high-
necked fitted lace bodice
[encrusted with seed pearl
icame to a point in front
and back and the satin
skirt fell into a long train
An elbow-length veil of il-
Ilusion with a scattered seed
| pearl design fell from a
&seed pearl coronet. The
bride carried a Bible cov-
ered with white orchids
and stephanotis.
! Maid of honor was Miss
Marcia Hankoff, sister of
the bride. She wore an off-
the shoulder gown of rose
net over satin. Mrs. Theo-
dore B. Hankoff, sister-in-
law of the bride, served as
matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Miss Tema
Rubenstein, cousin of the
bride, and Miss Pearl
Sapero. The three attend-
ants wore identical gowns
of silver-gray lace over
satin with off-the-shoulder
necklines.
Bernard Sweet, of Madi-
son, served as best man for
his brother. Justin Sweet,
of Madison, another bro-
ther of the bridegroom,
and Theodore B. Hankoff,
Ardmore studio brother of the bride, were
ushers.
A dinner in the Monte Carlo Hotel followed the ceremony.
Joseph M. Rose, lifelong friend of the bride's parents, served as
I toastmaster.
Formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., the bride has lived in Miami Beach
lor 12 years. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High school, and
attended the University of Texas, the University of Miami and the
Imversity of Wisconsin.
Marcilyne Frank
Weds Murray Zohn
PAGE NINE
Sonya Joan Danbaum Betrothal Revealed
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Mr. Sweet is the son of William Sweet, of Madison and the late
Mrs. Sweet. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School
of Law, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
Be also has a bachelor's degree in accountancy lrom tne University
oi Wisconsin School of Business Science. He will be associated with
Mr. Hankoff in the Monte Carlo Hotel.
L .h? co,ul is sPcndirig a 10-day honeymoon motoring through
testate of Florida. On their return, they will make their home in
|Hiami Beach.
Out-of-town guests attending the wedding included WiUiam
I Mr. it ir* Sw,et and Mr- and Mrs- Bernard Sweet, of Madison;
IM m 'Jler ,f pi"sb"rgh, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hankoff
|| Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bellinson of Troy, N. Y.
Mrs. Murray Zohn
The wedding of Marcilyne
Frank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Frank, 5400 La Gorcc Dr.,
to Murray Zohn, son of Mrs.
Sophie Zohn, 922 S.W. 3rd St.,
took place Sunday, December 12,
in the patio of the Miami Beach
Elks Club. Rabbi Max Shapiro
performed the ceremony and
Cantor Maurice Mamches chanted
the traditional wedding music.
The bride, who was given in
Sonya Joan Danbaum.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum
of 200 West Rivo Alto Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, are announcing the
engagement of their daughter,
Sonya Joan, to Samuel Joseph
Rabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
marriage by her father, wore a i Rabin of Dayton, Ohio.
fanette Tupler Engaged To Gershon
Miller; Wedding Set For February 20
The engagement of Jeanette
Tupler to Gershon Miller, son of
F and Mrs. Simon MiUer, Di-
f*> Island, has been announced
i her mother Mrs. Faye Tupler,
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Northwestern University School
J Spcech' and has taught and
petal dramatics in Chicago and
*nu. She is presently doing
fid'o acting and announcing as
Cr member of station WXRT
p in Chicago. The local Jew-
f News and Views program of
atlt"> WMBM was initially
,cast bV her. Miss Tupler
JMed Camp Brandeis Institute
rfl the first scholarship award-
^J> 'he Miami area.
* Miller attended Stevens In-
Jyear?efChn0l0gy- Two <* hL<
years of service in the Army
I overseas as flight control
W I Present he is Practic-
% haying graduated from
*cum,^SUyJofMiami School of
CaUd?' Mr' Mier is the
grand marshall of the
t-psilon Law Fraternity
'lumnus of Pi Lambda
"5<- a nai dvuu ____i
oiher 0f
^.Beta
an alumnus
id
*'He
B'rith and a
.ittee" a, n HiUcl Advisor>
e- At present he is
* t'Te f thG yUth di"
rru
d Drive.
gown of white duchess satin with
lace jacket and lace gloves. She
carried a white Bible showered
with white orchids.
Mrs. Milton Fink, the matron
of honor, was attired in yellow-
faille. Bridesmair.s were Mrs. Ir-
win Berger, Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and Estelle Grecnberg, cousin of
the groom. They were gowned in
aqua tafetta.
Milton Zohn was best man for
his brother. Ushers included Mor-
ton Frank, brother of the bride.
Irwin Berger and Lloyd Gardner.
Mrs. Frank chose a toast colored
lace gown for her daughter's wed-
ding. The groom's mother was
attired in aqua silk crepe.
A reception followed the cere-
mony. Out of town wedding
guests were Mrs. Betty Utlcy, De-
troit, Mich., and Mrs. Mildred
Kates, Havan.i, Cuba, aunts of
the groom; Mrs. Yetta Metz and
Jacob Metz, Brooklyn. N. Y., aunt
and grandfather of the bride.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High school. The groom, who is
a graduate of Miami Senior High,
served for four and a half years
in the Naval Air Force. He is
now owner of the Rich-Zohn
Beauty Shop at 530 N.W. 42nd
Ave.
After a week's honeymoon at a
Miami Beach Hotel, the couple is
residing at 821 S.W. 18th Ave.
Miss Danbaum is a graduate of
Kcmper Hall in Kenosha, Wis.,
and now attends the University
of Miami, where Mr. Rabin is a
member of Zeta Beta Tau Frat-
ernity. He organized and for two
years was president of the Huck-
sters Club, university advertising
fraternity. He was also business
manager of the 1947 Ibis, school
yearbook.
In February, 1946, Mr. Rabin
was discharged from the Air
Corps after three and one half
years of active duty, having been
stationed at Wright Field, Manila
and Tokyo.
The engagement party is being
held at the. bride elect's home,
with a dinner for family and
friends afterwards at the Ver-
sailles Hotel.
Miami Sisters Wed To California Bovs
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current Miami
* Comm,, -. uuem Miami
jfi&ff* CentCr Build"
'ehruary 20
*edding.
has been set for
Sally Snow To Appear
At Foster Musicale
Sally Snow, concert pianist who
recently moved to Miami, will ap-
pear at Miss Bertha Foster's week-
ly musicale at the Foster estate,
18 Belle Isle, this afternoon at 4
o'clock.
Fraternal Order To
Sponsor Musical Evening
Celebrated performers, M. Gib-
son. N. Melnick, Deborah Rosen-
blum. have been brought back to
Miami by popular demand for an
evening of music, comedy and
drama to be presented at the
Miami Beach High school audi-
torium January 2 at 8:30 p.m.
Also on the program, which is
being sponsored by the Nathan
Shandloff Branch No. 192, Jewish
People's Fraternal Order, is Luba
Kadison, well known concert
pianist.
Tickets range from $120 to
$1.80 (tax included) and may be
purchased at the door.
Mrs. Melvin Robert Shaw
Two Miami sisters were recent-
ly married to Californians. Flor-
ence Ross, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ross, 1101 S.W. 20th
Ave., was married to Melvin Rob-
ert Shaw of San Francisco on
August 29 in the Palace Hotel in
that city. Her sister, Shirley, was
married to James Ellison, also of
San Francisco there last Sunday.
Both girls attended Miami
Senior High. Upon graduation,
Florence attended the Miami Con-
servatory of Music, where she
studied piano. Florence was also
a pupil at the Hildegarde School
of Dance for many years. Shirley
Mrs. James Ellison
attended the University of Miami
and later taught piano at the Mi-
ami Conservatory. Both girls
were active in USO work during
the war.
Mr. Shaw, son of Ellis Lapkin,
attended Stowe School and Ox-
ford University in England. He
served with the RAF for three
years and is now a student at
the University of California at
Berkeley.
Mr. Ellison, son of Mrs. r ""
Ellison, was a student at Mar-
quette University in Milwaukee.
Wis. He served in the Army for
three years and is now enrolled
at the University of San Fran-
cisco.
Both couples will reside in San
Francisco.
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aquatic acrobatics.
He is David Eisenberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Eisenberg, 7734
Byron Ave., who accompanied by
their son and daughter, moved
here from Syracuse, N. Y., in
May.
Little Davy, who shied away
from the water during his initial
visit to a pool with his father,
taught himself to dive without his
parents' knowledge and was soon
drawing crowds who marveled at
his prowess on the diving board.
Ralph "Smitty" Smith, well
known diving coach, learned of
Davy's ability and placed the boy
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Smitty is very enthusiastic
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Producer John Johnson, who is
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year old sister, Helene, who is
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tests were successful and Pro-
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Davy, whose half gaynors, swan
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dubbed the "Wonder Boy" by a
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Jewish Education
Bureau To Sponsor
Chanuka Parties
The traditional inter-school
Chanuka celebration, sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, for the Jewish schools of
Miami, will be held on Monday
and Tuesday at 10 a.m.
In Miami Beach the celebration
will be held on Monday at the
Cameo Theater, and in Miami on
Tuesday at the Tower Theater.
Over two thousand children are
expected to attend.
The program will include songs,
refreshments and prizes. As a
special attraction the feature film.
"My Father's House," will be
shown. Admission is free.
All the children are being en-
couraged to bring a Chanuka gift
for the children in Israel.
A. P. Gannes, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will be chairman of both
affairs.
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who were selected for the 1949
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They are Tobie Jacobskind, James
Kahn and Arthur Roth.
Students from 600 institutions
in the nation have been chosen
for membership. Their names and
biographical sketches will appear
in the annual edition next sum-
mer. *
"Who's Who" recognition is
awarded after the board of stu-
dents, faculty and administration
recommend the student for out-
standing achievement, scholar-
ship, leadership and cooperation
in educational and extracurri-
cular activities, good citizenship
and future usefulness. Juniors
seniors and graduate students arc
eligible.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Temple Israel To
Hold Student Dance
The annual homecoming dance
for university students who are
on their holiday vacation in Mi-|
ami. will be held at Temple Is-
rael in Kaplan Hall on Sunday
at 9 p.m.
This event which has been a
tradition in the Temple, is espe-
cially intended as a welcome home
for Greater Miami youth who at-
tend out of town universities. The
affair also serves as a get-to-
gether for alumni of the Temple
Israel confirmation classes and
youth groups. Last year over a
thousand guests were present at
the reception and dance.
The reception is being planned
by a large Temple committee and
a band, under the direction of
Louis Adler, will provide the
music for the celebration.
Larry Kline To Become
Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow
Larry Kline, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Kline of 818 Penn-
sylvania Ave., will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock in ceremonies at the
Beth Jacob Congregation with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
A dinner in his honor will take
place tomorrow evening at the
Blackstone Hotel at 8 p.m. Out-
of-town guests include Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Sloane of Hollis, Long
Island; Mr. and Mrs. Harold La-
choff and Mrs. Sarah Kline of
Brooklyn, atid William Fisher of
Indianapolis. Among local guests
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kline are
long-time residents of Miami
Beach who have registered at the
Blackstone for the season. Mrs.
Kline is an active member of
numerous civic groups, particular-
ly the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, for
which she is co-chairman of the
current membership drive and
head of the ways and means com-
mittee.
Abe
Gannes To Speak
Abe Gannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
speak on 'The Light Burns Eter-
nal" Tuesday night at a meeting
of the Israelite Center at 3346
S.W. 24th St. A business session
will follow Mr. Gannes' address.
The public is invited.
Beach Comber Honored
By Special Race
At Biscayne Kennel
Beach Comber, the Biscayne
champion, will be honored at the
track Christmas night with "The
Beach Comber Race" as the feat-
ure of an all-star holiday card.
One of the greatest greyhounds
to come along in recent years, he's
almost sure to set a world record
of winning achievements during
the Miami season and quite possi-
bly right at Biscayne before the
first half of the meeting ends
Jan. 1.
The Beach Comber story has
been told many times but it's still
interesting. Back in April 1947
there was a fire in the greyhound
kennels that destroyed many
greyhounds. Among the rescued
ones was Beach Comber who got
out of danger in the nick of time.
Well, you would hardly think
such an experience would fit a
dog for a winning performance
and not only that but a winning
initial performance. However,
that's just what Beach Comber
did the opening night of the Bis-
cayne meeting in 1947, capturing
the Inaugural, the feature event
on the program.
That race started Beach Comb-
er on the road to fame, fortune
and furious competition. Since
that memorable night he has
moved steadily ahead corraling
his 60th victory the 15th of De-
cember, just a month to the day
since he captured the Biscayne
Inaugural on Nov. 15, 1948. He
has been east, west, north and
south in his pilgrimage to the top;
that is if you can classify Miami
as both east and south. In the
north he raced at Raynham, Mass.
then took a transcontinental trip
to Tia Juana, Mexico and then
back again to Biscayne. So it
really looks as though a celebra-
tion was due this fellow on
Christmas night. And owner Paul
Sutherland will be right there to
take part in the festivities.
Fleming.
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PAGE ELEVEN
We Ank Your Renpeet
UwJk! Gre.a,ef Miami Rabbinical Association urges all
da7s scSTa,i? ,0 r6COgnize and ** h* lewilbhot
oraaniTP E! 8tens,tiviue* *he carrying out of their
organued actmties. It further urges that sice New Year's
VEL n/riiaY night' Iewish o^nkationa re
on^at night "* ***** frm hlding SOcial functions
______________RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF, Secretary.
B'nai B'rith Youth Groups Dr. Kushner To Serve
Plan 3-Day Tournament As Hospital Officer
A three-day B'nai B'rith youth
tournament featuring athletic,
social and cultural programs will
be held on Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Ed
Tescher, chairman of the tourna- \
ment committee, announced to-
day.
Members of AZA chapters and
BBG units in the greater Miami
area will launch the weekend ac-
tivities with a registration dance
on Sunday evening at the Mi-
ami Y.
Assisting Ed Tescher with ar-
rangements are: Steve Kobley, co-
chairman; Allan Sorch, publicity;
Dave Berman, social chairman;
and Bob Hurwitz, Bob Rothberg
and Marshall Harris, athletic com-
mittee.
Succeeding Dr. David Nathan
as secretary-
treasurer of the
St. Francis hos-
pital is Dr. Alex-
ander Kushner.
Dr. Nicholas
Tierney will fill
the president's
chair while Dr.
Herbert Virgin,
Jr. was elected
vice president.
The election took
place last week
by members of the staff.
Dr. Kushner
Edwinn To Appear On
Carnegie Hall Program
Frank Edwinn, basso, will ap-
pear on the Carnegie Hall pro-
gram Sunday evening at 7:30 over
station WQAM. Edwinn, who is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Ginsburg, 151 Collins Ave., has
been selected as one of the four
"outstanding young American
artists of the year" who will be
heard on the program.
Edwinn's Town Hall recital on
May 12 has been chosen as the
best recital of the year and one
of the best debut recitals in ten
years by the New York critics.
He has recently signed a con-
tract with National Concert Art-
ists' Corporation and is on the
Civic Concert list.
National Conference To Plan United
Jewish Appeal Campaign For 1949
The officers of the United Jewish Appeal announced this
week that a three-day national conference will be held in At-
lantic City beginning Wednesday, January 12, to plan the 1949
campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for mass settlement and
upbuilding in Israel, for relief and rehabilitation in Europe,
in
North Africa and other areas, and
for refugee adjustment in the
United States. All sessions of the
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The Atlantic City meeting will
set up a unified fund-raising pro-
gram for 1949 for the United Pal-
estine Appeal, the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the United
Service for New Americans, ac-
cording to the joint statement
that was issued by William Rosen-
wald, Herman L. Weisman and
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national
chairmen of the United Jewish
Appeal.
The national conference will
also observe the tenth aniversary
of the establishment of the United
Jewish Appeal as the combined
campaign through which Ameri-
can Jews have "achieved a de-
cade of dedicated service" in the
tasks of saving and rebuilding the
lives of the surviving victims of
persecution and war in Europe.
Hebrew Academy Party
Pupils of the Hebrew Academy
will have a Chanuka presentation
at their regular assembly this
afternoon at 1 o'clock. The pro-
gram will consist of a Hebrew
playlet and musical selections.
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Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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Sunday at the Beth El Synagogue
at 7 p.m. Shell work and other
original artistic creations will be
on display and the group will ap-
pear in skits. Members, parents
and guests are Jnvited.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Beth Jacob Sisterhood To Sponsor

Fourth Chanuka Musical Festival
Ardmore Studio
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. William Kline. Mrs, Harry Genet
and Mrs. David Whitman.
The fourth annual music festi-
val in celebration of Chanuka will
be presented by the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Jacob on Sun-
day, January 2, at 8:30 p.m. at
the synagogue.
Featured on the program will
be Rose Kempfer, Columbia rec-
ording artist, known for her rendi-
tions of Jewish folk songs and
Palestinean melodies and Mme.
Olga Bibor-Stern. concert pianist.
Mme. Stern is a pupil of her
mother, who in turn was a pupil
of composer Franz Liszt. Also
participating in the program will
be the Hy Fried classical string
trio and the Singers of Israel,
under the direction of Joseph
Schreibman. This group of vocal-
ists includes Dr. Paul Beck, Elaine
Weil, Leon Shiff and Leona
Samuels.
In addition to the musical pro-
gram a number of guest stars will
appear.
Proceeds from this event will
be used for the expansion pro-
gram of the religious school. The
new building of classrooms and
offices has been completed and
is in use. The community hall is
being completely renovated and
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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Heading tne Sisterhood com-
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William Kline. She is assisted by
Mesdames David Whitman, Jack
Felt, Louis Makovsky, Anna R.
Berow, Harry Genet, Edward
Mendelsohn, William Stander,
George Hoffspiegel, Malvin Eng-
lander, Phillip Pores and Phillip
Fried.
Chanuka Celebration
Set For Beach Zionists
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict will hold a Chanuka cele-
bration Monday at 8:30 p.m. in
the patio of the Temple Beth
Sholom, according to Alfred
Stone, president, and S. A. Good-
man, chairman of the North
Beach area.
Joseph Pardo, dramatic tenor,
will render new Palestinian songs
and traditional Chanuka songs.
Mr. Pardo, a student at the
Law School of the University of
Miami, received his B.B.A. at the
University of Miami. He is a past
president of the Miami Beach
Masada and helped to organ-
ize the Miami Masada, both
Young Adult Group affiliates o!
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. He is chairman of the Young
Judaea Leaders' Council, a mem-
ber of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and a recent graduate
of Brandeis Camp Institute
Herman Fried, music director
of the Beach Y will coordinate
the musical program.
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/(,.- following Mrthi aftri an-
nouncad during lha weeh
A boy, Kenneth. t< tin- Sher-
,,,., Toblni, 7683 Tetum Watei
way, Mi.ni" Beach
a girl, Denlae, t" the Jack
Courahoni, 171)1 Manelllaj Dr.,
Minn.) Baach,
A kiiI, Barbara, t.. tin- Robert
Lavltte, own Bay Dr., Miami
Beach.
A girl, Joyoa, t" tha Btanley
: im i.ii..irga, 841 Candla Avt.,
('hinl Oablaa.
a girl, Bather Judy, to tin- Max*
wi-ii Freytaga, Hlalaah,
A girl, Ranee Beatrice, lo the
Barnard Oatteldi, 144.1 N.W. 55th
St.
A boy, Mink Steven, to the
C.-n.- Qoldmani, 1779 Marseilles
I ii Mi.imii Beach.
a girl, Judith Eileen, to the
All..'11 Cl-i''--. 11-5 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach,
A boy, Michael, to the Howard
Stahla, 2482 B.W. 88rd St.
A girl, Lynn, to the Sidney
Roblnowitzea, 190 S.Wl 12th St.
A girl, Siisnn. to the Mortimer
Schclnhorni, 1838 San Ignacio
Ave. Coral Oablea,
A boy, Hairy, to the Rudolph
Kurllakyi, 953 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
A boy, Richard, to the Leonard
Splegela, 38 Ovideo, Coral Qablea.
A girl, Hay. t the Irving
Applebauma, 4321 Nautilus Dr.,
Miami Beach.
A girl, Florence, to the William
Koblcncea, 711 S.W. loth Ave.
Myen To Help
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Btanley C. Myers has been
named to the planning committee
of the second annual conference
Of United Service for New Amer-
ican* to be held at the Biltmore
Hotel in New York January 8
and 9, according to Edwin Rosen-
berg, president of United Service
More than 1000 Jewish com-
munity leaders are expected to
attend the two-day meeting,
which will blue-print a large-
Male aid program for newcomers
arriving here under the Displaced
Persons Act of 1948 and others
coming under regular immigra-
tion laws.
Among the speakers to address
the conference will be former
Governor Herbert H. Lehman;
William Rosenwald, honorary
president of United Service and
national chairman of United Jew-
ish Appeal, of which United
Service is a constituent agency;
Henry Morgcnthau, Jr., general
chairman of the UJA; Mrs. Jos-
eph M. Welt, president of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en; Mrs. Irving M. Engcl, chair-
man of the board of United Serv-
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The annual traditional Chanuka
latke party of the Beth David
Sisterhood and PTA will be held
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in
the Talmud Torah auditorium.
Cards and man jong games have
been arranged and the highlight
of the evening will be the kindl-
ing of the Chanuka candles and
the chanting of the blessings by
Cantor Maurice Mamehes, to be
followed by community singing
Chanuka refreshments will be
served.
Assisting Chairman Mrs. Joseph
Milgrim are Mrs. George Gold-
berg, refreshments; Mrs. Harry
Einhorn and Mrs. Max Feldman,
tickets; and Mesdames Elix
Hinkes, Harry Mandell, Harry
Cantor, Jacob Wasserman and
Fox.
Gartenberg and Schechter
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1948
^J^IsNThriidtiari
$ 350 Pledged At
End Of First Week
Of Center Drive
At the first report meeting of
J, workers in the Miami Beach
Swish Community Center build-
M fund drive held Sunday morn-
II at the Center. $66,350 was re-
lated as pledged at the end of
E first week of the drive.
With one quarter of the drive
ached, Co-Chairmen Samuel
Friedland and George J. Talianoff
expressed confidence that the
$200 000 goal would be attained
bv December 31 when the cam-
paign terminates.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Jos-
eph M- Rsc' president of the con-
gregation, will present a report on
the progress of the drive during
services to be held this evening
in the new building at 1701 Wash-
ington Avc.
The Sunday morning report
breakfast was dedicated to Harry
Sirkin, vice president of the con-
gregation, who was celebrating
his birthday.
The leading team was that of
Oscar Mamber and Jack Ablin,
who reported $19,000 in pledges.
The second report meeting will
be held Sunday morning. The
victory dinner is being planned
for the month of February under
the chairmanship of David R.
Isen. Other leading teams in the
1948-49 building fund drive are
those of Nathan Darsky,*Alex
Sussman, Sidney Raffel and Mor-
ris Kriegel.
PAGE FIFTEEN
Riverside Chapel Makes Improvements On Beach
Newsbriefs
The organizational meeting of
the Miami Beach March of Dimes
was held Saturday afternoon at
the Hyde Park Hotel. Taking the
lead in the forthcoming drive
will be Mayor Marcie Liberman,
Neil, Hayes, Lee Powell, Judge
George E. Holt, Ike Gold, Miami
Beach chairman, and Sam Gold.
Dr. John D- Milton was recently
elected president of the Dade
County Medical Association.
Modernized facade of Riverside Chaoel
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Reservations for the 1949 sea-
son are now being accepted for
Camp Akiba in the Poconos, near
Stroudsburg, Pa. Operated by
Morris Edelson, Louis Sherr and
Meyer Heiman, the two separate
resorts for boys and girls are sit-
uated 85 miles from Philadelphia.
Featuring every type of water
sport on a private lake, the camp
also boasts 950 acres of moun-
tains and woodlands. Physicians
and nurses are on hand at all
times.
Louis Sherr is now in Miami
Beach and can be reached by in-
terested parents at 3-7264, or may
he interviewed personally at 80
S. Biscaync Blvd., Miami, at the
D.A.R. Company.
Recent renovations of the
Riverside Memorial Chapel at
1236 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, have made it one of the
most modern funeral homes in
the country, according to Abe
Eisenberg, treasurer of the Miami
Beach branch.
Designed by Architect Don
Smith with Arthur Miles as con-
tractor, the improvements in-
clude air conditioning throughout
the building, redecoration of the
chapel, modernization of the fac-
ade and the addition of a new
wing 28 x 45 to be used for re-
posing rooms. A unique feature
of the chapel is the group of
private waiting rooms which ad-
join it. In these relatives and
friends of the deceased may re-
main in complete tranquility un-
til the time of the services.
Riverside Memorial Chapel,
which was founded over fifty
years ago in New York City by
Charles Rosenthal. now has five
blanches and is the largest or-
ganization of funeral directors in
the country. There are Riverside
Chapels in New York, Brooklyn,
Far Rockaway. Miami and Miami
Beach.
Edward P. Newman, the only
Jewish funeral director in the
state of Florida, is on the River-
side staff.
In addition to funeral service,
Riverside also provides 24-hour
ambulance service. All Riverside
ambulances are equipped with
oxygen tanks.
Officers of the organization are:
Charles Rosenthal, Edward Rosen-
thai, Morton Rosenthal, Carl
Grossberg. Maxwell W. Passer-
man and Leo J. Filer.
Newsbrief
A. J. Ilirsch, Royal Beauty Sup-
Ply Company, was recently in-
formed that he is the recipient of
a $100 cash award in a sales pro-
motion contest sponsored by the
Martin Brothers Electric Com-
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Hirsch,
who came in fourth in the entire
country, was also made a mem-
ber of the Turbinator Topper
Club for selling 24 or more Turbi-
nators between October 15, 1947,
and November 15, 1948.
Committee Heads
For Miami Y Picked
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Miami YM-YWHA, has anounced
the following appointments of
committee chairmen: house com-
mittee, Sam Weber; finance com-
mittee, Max R. Silver; member-
ship, S. B. Biller, chairman and
Irving Saal, vice chairman; adult
activities, Ben Essen; publicity.
Jack Simon; youth activities, Ada
Sheiner, chairman and Martin
Rubinstein, vice chairman; home
camp, Ada Sheiner; athletic, Abe
Cutler, chairman and Perry Bot-
win, vice chairman; social, Fred
Grossberg; extension, Milton
Malakoff: personnel, Sam Seitlin:
constitution, George Chertkof; col-
lections, M. J. Kopelowitz; boy
scouts, Nat Cans.
A special meeting of all officers
and chairmen of committees will
be held Sunday morning at the
Y for the purpose of discussing
program and policy for 1949.
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Announces that
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Assisted by a Symphony Choir
conducted by the famous musician
EH Samuels, of New York,
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 secujod at the Syna-
gogue or from the Committee:
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PAGE SIXTEEN
+Jewislincrtdliaft
Friday, December 24.
Mrs. Sol Silverman has served
as chairman of the summer
book project of the Miami
Beach auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Daily Minyonin Held
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky has
announced that minyonin will be
held at the Beth Tfilah Syna-
gogue, 935 Euclid Ave., daily at
7 and 8 a.m.
Spanish Lessons
Grammar or conversation at your
convenience, private or groups,
taught by Cuban Native Lawyer
TeL 82-6901 and 82-4335
NILO C. REGOJO
107 N. E. 1st Ave., Room 225
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX T1IK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 121231.
ETHHI. LUCILLE I'ARROT, Plain-
tiff, vs. JOHNNIE JASPER PAR-
ROTT, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOHNNIE JASPER l'ARROTT
General Delivery
Grimesland, North Carolina
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Dill of Complaint for
divorce filed against you In the above
Styled cause on or before the 2o day
of January, 14'.', or a Decree Pro
t'onfi-sso will be entered against you.
DATED this 23 day of December,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MAI.KK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
17 Hi Congress Building
.Miami :i2. Florida
11' 24-31 1/7-14________________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
12123S.
LOUIS KARLES. Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN KARLES, Defendant.
TO: Helen Karles
117 W. 88th Street
New York City. New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance in the above action for di-
vorce "n or before the 21st day of
January, 1949, otherwise, a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated this 22nd day of December,
li'4S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12,-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
M & H Market at 6744 S.W. 8th
Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS SMALL
HYMAN STOTSKY
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
17'.:! Congress Bldg.
IJ 24-81 1 7-14-21
Gables Center To Stage
Party For Veterans
The Coral Gables Center will
stage its Chanuka party bunday
at 6:30 p.m. in the Pratt Hospital
Recreation Hall. A program of
prayer, followed by songs, dances,
games and refreshments has been
planned. Cantor Joseph Malek
will be heard in a program of
Chanuka liturgy. There will be no
admission charge and the public
is invited to attend.
Chanuka Latke Party
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a Chanuka latke
and games party Monday at 8:30
p.m. at the William Penn Hotel,
1722 Washington Ave. The DaJ
will be sponsored by Mrs S!3
Schachno and Mrs. Exra Raphael
I Admission is $1.00 and the nubJ
| lie isg invited. For reservations cal]
f> M C,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
All-Brite Services at 206 Miracle Mile,
Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
BERNARD HOFFMAN-
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
12/24-31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HHOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and SUN-
DRY SHOP at 90O South Miami Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID SHOR
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Shor's
Luncheonette and Sundry Shop
12/24-31 1/7-14-21


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^mAY DECEMBER 24, 1948
ChanukaSymbol Of Freedom
nr Trude Weiss-Rosmarin "s t0 thf ,Jews of the Middle
By Truae W Ages and of today, their God and
Chanuka. the eight-day festival His Law stood not merely for
^Jenlstfkrldltori
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art of Jewish Independence
nv It commemorates the victory
freedom-loving Maccabees
, .he freedom-iuvuiB ^a^o^o
over the Syrian Hellenists who
anted to force them to adopt
S creed and way of life. For
,, twenty-one centuries our
Lponle has celebrated this victory
with joyousness and the lights of
^ Menorah, proclaiming the
triumph of the democratic way of
ife over ruthless totalitarianism.
Antiochus Epiphanes, the Sy-
rian oppressor against whom the
Maccabees and their followers re-
volted, was one of the later heirs
of Alexander the Great, the first
conqueror-dictator with a total-
itarian ideology. Alexander was
not satisfied with military con-
guests. He dreamed of a world
empire ruled by the Greek mili-
tary machine and moulded by
Greek thought and ideals. His goal
was to subjugate the whole world
to his rule and compel all nations
to adopt the Greek way of life.
Alexander died before the real-
ization of the first half of his
ambitious program, and so he had
no time to learn that there are
fastnesses of the spirit which can-
not be taken with the battering-
ram and the sword. His heirs,
however, were to learn that in
the contest of sword and spirit,
the latter will invariably carry
the palm of victory.
When Antiochus Epiphanes, as
a true heir to Alexander's legacy,
prohibited the observance of Jew-
ish law and custom on the very
soil of the Holy Land and de-
manded that the statue of Zeus
be worshipped in the Temple of
the Only God, he expected that
the Jews, like all the other con-
quered nations, would desert their
God in favor of the Greek idols.
To the Jews of old, however, even
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ceremonial observances. God to
the Jew has always been the sym-
bol and guarantee of ethics and
justice, a promise of the fulfill-
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brotherhood and universal peace.
When Antiochus Epiphanes pro-
hibited the practice of the Jewish
religion he challenged, in fact,
Jewish democratic conviction
avowing that all men are created
free and equal. Judaism may
proudly claim credit for having
first proclaimed this eternal truth
which made civilized society pos-
sible. The Sages of the Talmud ex-
pressed their belief in the equality
of all men in the pithy parable
that God created only one human
being in the beginning, so that
no man should ever be able to
claim more noble descent than
his fellow.
The Greeks had a slant on hu-
man relations. Despite their high-
ly cultivated aesthetic sense and
their achievements in abstract
science and philosophy, they were,
ethically speaking, barbarians.
Their culture and their society
were predicated on slavery in the
worst form. Plato and Aristotle
taught the inequality of men and
propounded that slavery was or-
dained by the gods who gave the
strong mastery over the weak.
In contradistinction, Jewish law
demands love, kindnessand the
deeds flowing from themfor the
underprivileged. While the Greeks
took overreaching of the poor for
granted, the Hebrew conscience
demanded that special considera-
tion and protection be extended
,; ,poor' whom God regards
as His" people.
When Mattathias, the Has-
monean, rallied his five sons and
his followers to fight the Greek
tyrant, he really summoned them
to wage war for the principles of
human equality and freedom, for
the eternal truths of democracy
which were denied and despised
by the Hellenist philosophy of life.
The Greeks, and later the Ro-
mans, were intolerant to the point
of brutality, for their philosophy
of the inequality of men would
not let them grant the slave the
right to think for himself and
choose his belief in accordance
with the dictates of his heart.
Only the rich and powerful few
had the right, secured and pro-
tected by their might, to shape
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1945
Auxiliary To Entertain
Aged At Chanuka Fete
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish Homo for the Aged, will
entertain the residents of the
home with a Chanuka latke and
games party Sunday at 8 p.m.
Leo Allen, executive director of
the home, will assist the ladies
The auxiliary will hold a meet-
ing Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Y, Mrs. Ktha lUvk, presi-
dent, has announced.
Piana for future projects will
be discussed and Judge Harold B.
Spaet, president of the home, and
L > Allen will .iddress the meet-
ing.
Obituaries
GEORGE A. DIAMOND.
i7i>i t< \v istti si died last week Ha
.!> .1 metnbei ol U wU U'rlth, Um
Klka tii.- Round rabto \ Christiana
and Jew* and Temple larael Mr I'M-
mond a-aa alao active In community
nnd > ua effalra H< ia aurviveil
l>> his wife, Mra Sadie diamond; one
daughter, Mra Wlaiu he Millei oin
port, \\ 1 mil i mid inre<
grandchildren Rtveralde funeral Horn.
ua- m charge o< i '
interment in lira, i and Men
Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan 1 rfl lated.
PAl'LNNE FLtlSCHER GROSS.
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the hueband U aham H two
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Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kogan of Miami Beach entertained
the delegates of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, who
were attending the recent National Hadassah Conv.e"V>n *"
Atlantic City. They are as follows: ((seated, left to right) Mrs.
Abraham Goodman, Mrs. William J. Morsiein. Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. (Standing) Miss
Esther Goodman, Mrs. Freda Newman, Miss Lillian Goodman,
President Miami Beach B. & P. Group, Miss Roslyn Klein, presi-
dent Miami B. & P. Group, Mrs. H. C. Moser, president Miami
Group, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president Greater Miami Chapter, Mrs.
Leo Levin, president Deborah Group, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Mrs.
William Keller.
Beach Workmen To
Hold New Year's Fete
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692. Miami Beach, is holding a
New Year's Eve party at the New
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Fri-
day, December 31, at 10 p.m.. ac-
cording to Harry Spivack, chair-
man. A full-course dinner Includ-
ing drinks will be prepared and
Histadruth To Hold
Chanuka Celebration
The Histadruth L'Tarbuth Iv-
rith will hold a Chanuka celebra-
rv.eef.r.g .-.t the home of Mr.
and Mrs F. Puchkoff, 1130 S.W
9th St Sunday at 3 p.m. The pro-
grain ;s being prepared and Chan-
uka refreshment! will he served.
; All members and friends inter-
ested in the Hebrew movement
, are invited to attend Beginning
January the Histadruth LTarbul
'.'.:.:-. w:'.l h.;'..i regu'.ar rr.eotings
every Sunday at 3 p.m at the
Spinoza Forum, 11th and Collins
Ave
served by the Roman's Club of
the organization and music will
be provided for dancing.
Tickets for the affair are $5
per person. Reservations may be
made by calling Harry Spivack at
5-1031. Mrs. Leon Elk:n at 5-1317
or Mr. Freedman at 58-1732. No
tickets will be sold after Decem-
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PAGE NINETEEN
Nit I Council Conducts Extensive Program io7"Fo7eignlorn
By LOUIS ARONOVITZ class are afforded an opportunity Wib" "#WI "
papers less
their arrival
Jewish Floridian Staff
Under the guidance of the Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, Mr. and Mrs.
Ladislau Ackcrman, first com-
munity-sponsored DP's to find
haven in this area, toe
first naturalization
than a week after
here. Assisting the foreign born
with naturalization is only one of
the services performed by the
National Council in their vast ad-
justment and integration program
for newcomers. Until recently
when the Dade County School
Board undertook the project, the
National Council conducted na-
turalization classes.
To eliminate duplication, the
naturalization classes were dis-
continued and in their stead last
April the council organized Eng-
lish classes for foreign born adults.
These classes, instructed by Mrs.
Joel Belov, who is an accredited
teacher, meet at the Miami YMHA
at 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday and
Thursday of each week. At pres-
ent there are about twenty stu-
dents enrolled, including the
Ackermans. All are from Cze-
choslovakia, Poland or Germany.
Mrs. Belov teaches her students,
whom she describes as alert and
ambitious, through discussions of
history, national customs and cur-
rent events. Several weeks ago she
assigned them compositions on
Thanksgiving. Members of the
opportunity
to practice speaking English in
mock interviews between employ-
er and employee and landlord and
tenant. Evidence of the school's
success may be seen in the case of
a young girl, who, forced to take
a job which did not require
knowledge of the English lan-
guage when she arrived here in
April, was able to secure employ-
ment as a salesgirl in June.
Working in close cooperation
with the United States Service
for New Americans and HIAS,
the council provides temporary
maintenance and shelter for the
new arrivals until permanent em-
ployment and living accomoda-
tions can be arranged. The council
assists in searching for lost rela-
tives and friends.
The National Council also ex-
tends a helping hand to the refu-
gees by introducing them to mem-
bers of the community and as-
sisting them with any problems
which may arise. In accordance
with this good neighbor policy,
Mrs. Herbert Scher, National
Council member, invited the Ack-
ermans to Thanksgiving dinner
and a number of members have
paid hospitality calls upon them.
Chairman of the committee on
service to the foreign born is Mrs.
Nat Williams with Mrs. Leonard
Beldner as co-chairman. Assisting
them are: Mrs. William Slepian,
port and dock; Miss Edna Heller,
office volunteer; Miss Edna Kauf-
Mrs. Florence Finkelstein. executive secretary, interviews an
immigrant family.
man, naturalization; Mrs. Irving' Prcsident; Mrs. Bernard Fuller,
Kobley, transient hospitality; Mrs.
Nat Levin, social welfare; Mrs.
Alexander Libow and Mrs. B. C.
Weller, overseas; Mrs. Stanley
Freehling and Mrs. William Cap-
land, housing; and Mrs. Harry
Schiff, forum.
Officers of the Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en include: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
president; Mrs. Aaron Farr, first
vice president; Mrs. Edward
Cowen, second vice president:
Mrs. Nathan Levin, third vice
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
David Catsman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Leo Ackcrman, treas-
urer; Mrs. Sam Teran, financial
secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Fanias,
auditor.
Directors are: Mrs. William
Capland, Mrs. Irving Kobley, Mrs.
Joseph Williamson, three years;
Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, two
years; Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs.
Carl Wcinkle, Mrs. Max Dreycr,
one year.
Committees are under the chair-
manship of the following: Mrs.
Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Ben Bron-
.ston, scholarship: Mrs. Monte
Selig, by laws; Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, pledge luncheon; Mrs. Isaac
Levin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Her-
bert Scher, arrangements; Mrs.
Aaron Farr, public relations; Mrs.
J. Gerald Lewis, membership;
Mrs. Abe Rubin, hospitality; Mrs.
Joseph Gleicher, publicity; Mrs.
Alyce Katz, Mrs. Lewis Capland,
Mrs. William Bernstein, maga-
zines and stationery; Mrs. Harold
Auslander and Mrs. Bob Schwarz,
telephone: Mrs. Julius Oshlag,
bulletin; Mrs. Ada Joseph and
Mrs. Lewis Brown, remembrance,
Mrs. Edward Cowen, department
of education; Mrs. Harold Rand,
social legislation; Mrs. Albert
Rosenthal, international relations;
Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Jewish affairs;
Mrs. Harry Barnhard. interfaith;
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, forum;
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, program;
Mrs. Nat Levin, department of
service.
According to Mrs. Florence
Finkelstein, executive secretary,
the National Council is making
plans to expand the program to
meet the needs of the nine refugee
families which the Greater Miami
Jewish Community has agreed to
accept for resettlement here per
month. "The council pledges that
it will do everything possible to
help these new comers become in-
tegrated into the community."
A student reads an original composition to the rest of the class.
Mrs. Joel Belov, teacher of the class, illustrates a point at the blackboard.
Beach Chapter AVC To
Fete Children At Party
Guy Ronnie of Bill Jordan's
Bar of Music will entertain a
group of children who will be
guests of the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of the American Veterans
Committee at a children's party
to be held Sunday from 2 to 4
Pm. at Freedom House, 4323
Collins Ave.
Other entertainment will in-
clude a puppet show to be pre-
sented by Eugene Yulish of the
Beach YW and WHA staff. Pre-
sents will be distributed and re-
resnments will be served.
Shirley Friedman is chairman
oi the committee on arrange-
ments, others assisting her are
i Curson, Dr. David Prensky and
ZE Pritcher and Mesdaes J
epn NeveL Melvin Feit, Lawrence
^oldberg, Elliott Pieze, David
Jrensky, Joseph Torgow, William
^"cKerrnan and Miss Sarah Faig-
th a the various auxiliaries of
I"e American Veterans Commit-
Beaeh Hadassah
Gives JNF Party
Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Jewish
National Fund chairman of the
Miami Beach Group of Hadassah,
was hostess at a JNF party at
Beth Sholom patio Tuesday at
1:30 p.m., was designated as the
group's JNF day.
Mrs. Makovsky, and her co-
chairman, Mrs. Arthur Simon, in
conjunction with Mrs. Max Meisel,
tree chairman, arranged for
a showing of two JNF movies.
"A State Is Born" and "Behind
the Blockade."
Helping the chairmen were the
following: Mesdames Philip Neu-
wirth, Wm. Fueur, Al Osheroff.
Barney Weinkle, Miss Dorothy
Isberg. Members are requested to
bring JNF boxes.
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fJenisti ncrlcflan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1943
Plain Talk
WE GIVE A PRIZE ...
Lately I have been getting a
cross-section look at Jewish pub-
lic opinion on that matter of in-
termarriage. Intermarriage has
been occurring in some of the
most Orthodox families.
So when a very lovely young
lady brought the problem to my
desk recently, I though it timely to
bring it into the open in this
column. What was the best way
to do about a case of intermarri-
age?
The young lady, non-Jewish,
was engaged to a Jewish young
man who had been her class-
mate in college. They had been
in love from their freshman year
but with rare, unfreshmanlike
wisdom they had decided not to
marry until they were graduated
and could be sure it wasn't just
puppy-love.
Now they had come to years of
discretion and they were still
deeply in love. Both had jobs, she
as a teacher. But now .
Now a wall of religious tradi-
tion had risen up and she was
asking, could it be allowed to
separate them? The young man's
Orthodox parents had said no.
The young lady was asking, how-
ever much she loved him, could
she, in honest conscience, marry
him? Wouldn't their marriage
separate him from his parents and
wouldn't that be an awful pain
in his heart? Since she loved him.
could she hurt him that way?
Yet she was not without hope:
Somebody might speak to his
parents and bring them around.
Would I speak to them through
this column? Yes, I would help.
I would bring the matter to the
opinion of all who read the pieces
I write. What did they think of
intermarriage? What would they
say to the parents?
I offered a prize for the best
answer: A subscription to the
Jewish paper published in the
area in which the prize-winner
resides.
The replies which have been
piling up on my desk suggest how
troubled the hearts of Jews are
about intermarriage and what to
do about it. There were those
who were against any comprom-
ise; they stood with the parents
I in opposition but they weren't in
the majority.
Mrs. Josef Widoff, of 1240-3/4
Maryland St., Los Angeles, a read-
er of the Los Angeles B'nai B'rith
Messenger, wrote: "The wise par
ents of this young man see the
invisible wall which firmly stands
between the religions in regard
to marriage. Through their wis-
dom the parents know that such
a wall spells unhappiness. Par-
ents being the wonderful people
they are, these are trying to save
their son from the pain of the
probable result. God bless them!"
Othersthe most of them
asked what's accomplished if par-
ents set up a wall between their
son's heart and themselves. Will
he be brought closer to Judaism
thereby or driven off? Will he
love the religion of his father
more?
Yes, they said, his parents, in-
stead of letting their Jewish
household be broken, should make
the best of it. Let them give their
blessing; thtat way the pieces can
be held together.
J. J. Smith, Jr., of 329 Reilly
Road, Wyoming, Ohio, a reader
of Cincinnati's American Israel-
ite, wrote: "Nowhere in law.
ethics, morals or religion do we
find the presumptive right to in-
fringe upon the happiness of
others nor does it lie to those
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Mrs. Sam Salan, of Waupaca, Wis-
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"Ours is a marriage such as
yours," she says in a letter which
she addresses to the troubled
young man and woman. "I know
exactly what you are going
tlnough. A marriage such as ours
is a job to be worked at every
day. I ought to know. I have had
23 years of it."
Mrs. Salan asks the young wom-
an to take her heart into sanc-
tuary and ask it certain questions
by way of test: "Will you or will
you not grow bitter when you
and your children are persecuted
because of being Jewish? Will you
be willing to do all in your power
to bring about understanding be-
tween Jews and Gentiles? Do you
regard the burden of being Jewish
as a privilege?"
Mrs. Salan herself has had
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Jewish Answerman
A Chanuka Quiz
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. 7rwl-.h Community Centers and
;?. vulIAs and other community
"Incle- the National Jewish Wel-
HKnSrd has published a 102-page
?fw eMUIed THE JEWISH HOLI-
bn:'t^A ouide to Their Origin,
iienlfi.nnce and Observance, by Dr.
? r ,'ii Soltcs. From this volume
a 'supplementary series of JWB
m.miiN on the observance of the
Zl r Jewish festivals and holidays.
rnP ,'f Which deals with Chanuka.
there has been developed a series
S lavish holiday qulxies of which
tbUmSToS Chanuka. is the third.
Questions
1 in what Hebrew month does
Chanuka fall and how long does
it last?
2. What does Chanuka mean
and by what two names is it
tailed in English?
3. What historical event does
Chanuka commemorate and when
did it occur?
4. Why is Hanukah considered
a irinor festival and who decreed
its observance?
5. What special ceremony is ob-
served in the home during
Chanukah and what two hymns
ere chanted after the Chanuka
candles are lit?
6. How many lights are lit
throughout the Festival of Illum-
ination?
7. By what name is the extra
candle called, which is used to
light the others?
8. V/hat special prayers are re-
cited during Chanuka?
9. To what unusual event does
the custom of kindling lights dur-
ing Chanuka trace its origin?
10. Why has it become custom-
ary to indulge in games, riddles
and other pastimes, particularly
during the evenings of the Fes-
tival of Dedication?
11. Describe the Chanuka
"dreidel."
12. What Hebrew letters are in-
scribed on the four sides of the
trendel and what do they repre-
sent?
13. What does the Hebrew sent-
ence "Nes gadol hayah sham"
mean?
14. Who were the Hellenists'
15. What orders did Antiokhus
promulgate when he took control
of Palestine?
16. Who was among the first
Jewish leaders to raise the flag
of rebellion against Antiokhus and
in what community?
17. What Jewish mother dis-
played extraordinary courage and
self-sacrifice in the early period
of the Maccabean struggle?
18. Who assumed the leadership
of the Jewish forces when old
Mattathias died and from what
motto was the name Maccabee
derived?
19. In what city was the decisive
battle fought between the Jewish
forces and Syrians?
20. What was Judas' first act
when his army defeated the Sy-
rians and recaptured Jerusalem?
(Answers will be found on page ?)
Chanuka Quiz
Answers
1. Kislev; eight days.
2. Dedication; Feast of Lights or
Illumination and Feast of Dedica-
tion.
3. The successful struggle for
religious liberty carried on by the
Israelites under the Maccabees,
against their Syrian oppressors;
about 2100 years ago.
4. Because its observance is not
enjoined in the Pentateuch; Judas
Maccabeus and the Elders of Is-
rael.
5. The kindling of the Chanuka
lamp; Hanerot HalaluMaoz Zur.
6. One on the first night, and
an additional one each succeed-
ing evening until the last, when
eight candles are lit.
7. The Shamas.
8. Al Hanissim and Hallel
(songs of praise from the Psalms).
9. To a miracle which is said to
have occurred during the rededi-
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cation of the Holy Temple by
Judas Maccabeus and his war-
nors. When the perpetual lamp
was about to be lit there was
found only one cruse containing
sufficient undefiled oil for one
day but by a miracle it lasted
eight days, the time required for
the preparation of fresh oil.
10. Because it is not permitted
to do any work by the light of the
Chanuka lamp.
11. It is a ceremonial toy similar
to a spinning top or revolving die
with bottom and top pieces on all
four sides.
12. Nun, gimmel, heh, shin; they
are the initial letters of four words
which, when put together, make
up the sentence "Nes Gadol
Hayah Sham."
13. "A great miracle was or hap-
pened there."
14. The Jews in the time of the
Maccabees who imitated Greek
(Continued on Page 32)
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
+Jeni$ii Meridian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Rabbi Machtei Elected
Vice President Mt. Nebo
At the annual meeting of Mount
Nebo Cemetery, Inc., held recent-
ly, Rabbi S. M. Machtei who has
been managing director of Mount
Rabbi S. M. Machtei
Nebo since November 1943, was
elected vice president.
Robert J. Yaffev, who has been
a member of Mount Nebo's sales
organization for the past few
years, was engaged as sales man-
ager.
Under the direction of Rabbi S.
M. Machtei, Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery has become recognized as
the outstanding family burial
estate in this area. "The beauty
of its grounds and peace and
serenity of the park have been
acclaimed by all who have visited
Mount Nebo," Rabbi Machtei
stated.
Rabbi Machtei will devote him-
self to selling, as in the past, in
addition to his new responsibili-
ties.
Lear School Presents
Holiday Program
Students of the afternoon ses-
sion of the Lear School will pre-
sent a program of two plays this
morning at 10:30 in the recreation
hall of the school. The first part
of the program will be a play en-
titled '-The Toy Shop." After a
short intermission, a New Year
pageant will be presented. Chil-
dren from the nursery school
through the seventh grade will
appear in the plays, which will
have dance routines, costumes
and songs. The remainder of the
morning will be devoted to a
swimming meet. Parents and
guests are cordially invited.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
nili JUDICIAL circuit IX AND
FOR I'A in: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IX CHANCERY. No. 121140.
CHARLES FINKEL, Plaintiff, vs.
DORuTHY JUNE FINKEL, Defend-
ant.
Tii: DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, 1!<27
Wynnefield Terrace Apartments,
Bryn Mawr and Parkside Avenuea,
Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania,
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer t" the Mil of
complaint for annulment filed against
you by CHARLES FINKEL on or be-
fore the 17 day of January, 1949.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will he taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day
of December, 1948.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W'M V7. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for I'lalntlff
12/24-31 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
Florence Villas at 1450 Meridian Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARION' OSHER
HYMAX KURLAN
MARTHA KURLAN
RKRH'K AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
12 24-81 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage in
liuslness under the fictitious name of
The Tape Measure at 1420 N.W. 3rd
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida,
MARTIN GREEXBERG
Sole Owner.
11/26 12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS~
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 90S I^angford Building,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ouuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
MONDRES AND COMPANY
908 Langford Building
J2/17-24-31 1/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IX THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREET1NUS
This is to certify that, whereas,
Harry Tolton, Miami, Florida
Leona E. Tolton, Miami, Florida
J. J. Scott, Miami, Florida,
did on the ,Mh day of December, A.D.
1947, cause to be incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1923, 8411 BYRON
CORP. a corporation, With Us princi-
pal place of business at Miami, Dade
County, in the state of Florida, and
whereas the stockholders of such cor-
in did on the 17th daj of De-
cember, A.D. 1948, Cause to be filed
In tin ol the Secr tarj of State
of the State of Florida, a Consent ol
all the st i lera under the pro-
- 11 said Chai I Law a ol
Florida, Acts .: 1923, Showing the
Involution ol rpoi atlon, and
irj ol State la satisfied that
the I law have been
.
\ WITNESS WHEREOF. 1
ii) hand and
affixed the Great Seal of the
State ol Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the seventeenth
day ol December, A.D, 1948.
iSEAL)
K. A. GRAY,
Secretary of state.
12 21
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE <. FLORIDA
ro ALL TO WHoM THESE PRES
EX is SHALL CoME, GREETINGS
This is to certify that, whereas,
Harry Tolton, Miami, Florida,
Leona E. Tolton, Miami, Florida,
J. J. Scott, Miami, Florida,
did on the 6th day of December, A.D.
1947, cause to be Incorporated under
the provision of Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1925, 8401 UYRoN
CORK, a corporation, with its prlnci
pal plan- of business at Miami. Dade
County, in the State of Florida, and
where,is the stockholders of such cor-
poration did on the 17th day of De-
cember, A.D. 1948, Cause to be filed
in the office of the Secretary of State
of the State of Florida, a Consent of
all the stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter 101)96, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1923, Showing the
dissolution of such corporation, and
the Secretary of Slate is satisfied that
tho requirements of law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of the
Btate of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the seventeenth
day of December, A.D. 194S.
(.SEAL)
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of Mat p.
12 24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tropicraft at 2489 S. W. Bth Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING SCHWARTZ
Solo Owner
12'3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi" undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BARRI MANUFACTURERS at 8100
Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MIKE BARLSO
ELMER GASKINS
VALENTINE BL'.NETTA
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Barri Manufacturers
12/17-24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.Xo. 17430.
RE: ESTATE OF
JoIIN WATSON BREMXER,
i deceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of JolIN 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
final discharge as Administrator of
the State of JOHN WATSON BREM-
XER, deceased.
This 9th day of December. 1948.
HARRY MOLIXEUX.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
12/10-17-24-31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
21742.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAME B. RAFFEL, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and eaeh of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
i laims and demands which you, or
fit her of you, may have against the
e late of SADIE B. RAFFEL, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. w. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
S. SIDNEY RAFFEL,
As Executor of the I,ast Will and
Testament of SADIE B RAFFEL,
Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
12/17-24-31 1/7
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
For DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 120S28.
MAX NECKOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs.
VIOLA NECKOWITZ, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: VIOLA NECKOWITZ
In Care of MRS. RUTH GUIDA
624 Cherry Streel
Vlneland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
st vied cause on or before the 3 day
of January, 1949; otherwise the al-
I legations of the said Bill will be taken
.is confessed against you.
DATED this 2 day of December,
194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAV,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
170:1 Congress Building
.Miami 82, Florida
12 3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FoR DADE COUNTY, FI-ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, Xo. 120829.
IRVING OCHITILL, Plaintiff, vs.
SYLVIA OCHITILL. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: SYLVIA OCHITILL
29 Elliott Pla.c
Bronx'. 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 3 day
of January, 1949; otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken as
confessed against you.
Dated: December 2, 1948.
E. 13. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
.Ii ISEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami 31. Florida
12 3-UI-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Windsor Manufacturing Co. at 605 N.E.
1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hie Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX ALCON
ROBERT 6AUNDERS
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
il' 3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is heiebv given that the
partnership, SUZANNE SLIPPER
SHOP, 34 N. Miami Avenue. Miami,
Florida, between EDWARD E.
GLASSER and SANFORD H. GOLD-
III-.'IIH has been dissolved.
EDWARD E GLASSER
SANFORD II. GOLDBERG
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
Click Products Co. at 333 N.W. 22nd
Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS ZAKARIN
Sole Owner.
II '2fi 12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring* to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Raphael's Restaurant at 746
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County, Florida.
EZRA RAPHAEL
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
Mercury Cleaners at Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade 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
OLD CASTLE INN at 151 S.E. 2nd
Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
SOLOMON FARBER
JOHN VUNA HRANILOVICH
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
FIFTH STREET MEAT MARKET at
149 N. W. 6th Street, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
SID WESTRICH
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Sid Westrich
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
HORN'S FURNITURE EXCHANGE
at 5041-5043 S. W. 8th Street. Miami
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Gj*rk of the Circuit Court
of Dad.- e^fntv. Florida
BERNARD HORN
SIDNEY KALM
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicants
1204-H5 Pacific Building,
Miami, Fla.
12/S-10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 120908.
MARY KAPLAN KHAN, Plaintiff, vs.
PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER
KHAN, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIX>RIDA:
TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as
PEER KHAN,
I^iikevvood Township.
Ocean County, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
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 TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 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 Louis Mogul, deceased, late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
In the County Courthouse in Dade
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
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK' TW
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Vx Km
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLO lll\
IN CHANCERY, No. l'MH4 V~~
KENNETH RYAN, Plaintiff
FLORENCE RYAN, Defendant "'
THE STATE OF FLORIDA- *
TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYa\
59 Hill Lane A-N
Hlcksvllle, L. I.,
New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Com Him
for Divorce filed against you X
above styled cause on or before he
7 day of January, 1949. or a H,., .
Pro Confesso will be entered figg
1948ATED th'S 16 d"y f Decen>ber,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
(Circuit Court Seal, f <*" **
By WM. W. STOCKING
SAM SILVER 1,r"",y C,*
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 name of
ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-133 s P
Second Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
FloridaClrCU,t CUrt f Dad* c,,u,"v.
ONEIDA LaRUF.
AQUILINO SANTOS
JUAN ORTIZ
FRANK B. SOLOMON
Attorney for Onelda Cleaners
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
Commercial Paint Products at 120S
N. \V. 62nd Street. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL A. KATZ
DORIS KATZ
Co-Owners
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Building
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
NORTHWEST MILLWORKS at 7420
N.W. 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHESTER W. CLARK
JOHN H. SCHMIDT
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Chester W. Clark
and John H. Schmidt
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
Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service
at MO 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 MOLDENHAUER
and MARY MOLDENHAUER. his
wife, Plaintiffs, vs. FANNIE BOR-
DEN; and. If married, her spouse
whose name Is unknown, and If
either of the said Defendants be-
dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors and all parties claiming
an Interest by, through, under or
against the said Defendants; and
all parties known or unknown hav-
ing or claiming to have any right,
title or Interest in or to the follow-
ing described property situate, lying
and being in Dade County, Florida,
to-vvit: Lot 2 in Block 2-B of
STKEAMI^AND GARDENS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof recorded In
Plat Book 17, Page 27, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS: FANNIE
BORDEN; and. if married, her spouse
whose name is unknown, and if either
of said defendants be dead, the heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors and all
parties claiming an Interest bv,
through, under or against the said
defendants; and all parties known or
unknown having or claiming to have
any right, title or Interest In or to the
following described property situate,
lying and being In Dade County, Flor-
ida, to wit:
Lot 2 in Block 2-B of STREAM-
LAND GARDENS, according to
tho Plat thereof recorded In Plat
Book 17, Page 27, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida.
You and each of you are hereby
required to file an appearance In the
above styled cause before the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
County Court House, Miami, Dade
County, Florida, on or before Janu-
ary loth. 1949, to a bill of Complaint
brought against you by Charles Otto
Moldenhauer and Mary Moldenhauer,
his wife, for the purpose of quieting
and confirming the title to the above
described property in and to the Plain-
tiffs, Charles Otto Moldenhauer and
Mary Moldenhauer. his wife, otherwise
the allegations of the said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated this 36 day of November,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
1009 Pan American Bank Bids.
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
BELD'S BEAUTY SALON at 420
ESPAXOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH,
FLORIDA, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
MIRIAM COHEN
RENEE ETHEL ROLNICK
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
12/17-24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FoR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Xo.
121061.
HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA
JORDAHL, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA
L. SWEET, his 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 L. 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 of 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 Dado County,
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 50 of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a
Subdivision in Section 12, Town-
ship 54 South, Range 40 East, ac-
cording to the Revised Plat there-
of, recorded in Plat Book S. at
I'age 28 of the Public Records of
Dado County, Florida.
Lot 51 of TAMIAMI LAWNS a
subdivision In Section 12, Township
54 South of Range 40 East, ac-
cording to the Revised Plat there-
of recorded in Plat Book 8 at
Page 28, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU AUK
HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has
been brought against you In thv 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 you
and each of you file an appearance I"
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 January. 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
said HAROLD JORDAHL and
AURORA JORDAHL, his wife, ns
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 Floridlan. 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
Olympla Bldg.
13/17-24-31 1/J


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fRlDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
"Jewish thrkAbmn
Jlaer Ifcuits As Assistant County
Solicitor; Shapiro Succeeds Him
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Assistant County Solicitor Wal-
lace N- Maer has anounced that
he will resign effective January
j t0 return to private practice
with the law firm of DeCostas,
Maer and Floyd. Maer is to be
succeeded by Herbert Shapiro of
the firm of Berick and Shapiro,
Miami Beach.
Maer, who has been assistant
in the office of County Solicitor
Robert R. Taylor since November
14, 1945, has been active in the
prosecution of game law under
statutes of the Florida Game and
Fresh Water Commission.
In court of crimes a year ago,
Maer handled 315 cases in a
single day and
secured 15 0
convictions. He
has also been
instrumental in
the enforce-
ment of health
regul a t i o n s,
'A especially those
Ik-*1 ^fl^ relating to mos-
T^fl quito control.
|^jj Shapiro grad-
uated from Co-
Herbert Shapiro lumbia Law
School in 1934 and enlisted in the
Army as a private in 1941. He at-
tended officers' training school
here and later went to London,
where he became a first lieuten-
ant. There he officiated at more
than 100 courts martial. He re-
mained in the Army three and
one half years.
A member of Hibiscus Lodge of
Masons-, he lives with his wife,
Ruth, at 7821 Abbot Ave. He is
a director of the Miami Beach Bar
Association.
Wallace Maer
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women To Initiate
The program for the Tuesday's
meeting ofl the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
held at the Miami Beach Y at 1
p.m. highlighted by the initiation
of new members. Mrs. Harold
Turk, president, welcomed the
women and Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
immediate past president, con-
ducted the initiation ceremonies.
Mrs. Arthur Frishman, who is
co-chairman of the ways and
means committee with Mrs. Alex-
ander Libow, has announced that
each member raising $500 dr more
in ads, contributions and ticket
sales for the coming donor lunch-
ecn fashion show, slated for Feb-
ruary 8, at the Delano Hotel, will
receive an all-expense trip to
Cuba. Free admission to the
luncheon goes to all members
raiding $150. Proceeds will go to-
wards the establishment of an eye
clinic attached to the field hos-
pital in Tel Aviv for the Israeli
soldiers. \
Hadassah Group To
Give Chanuka Dance
The annual fund-raising Chan-
uka dance of the Business and
Professional Women's Division,
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will
take place Sunday evening, De-
cember 26 at 9 o'clock in the patio
of the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 1701 Col-
lins, Ave., Miami Beach.
Freddie d'Alonzo and his or-
chestra will furnish music for
dancing. Bob Galub and Sarita
will be featured vocalists. Galub
who will also serve as master of
ceremonies, has announced that
there will be dance teams as well
as guest stars from several of the
Miami Beach night clubs to offer
entertainment.
Proceeds of the affair will be
allocated towards the various pro-
jects undertaken by the group
for the State of Israel.
Miss Fannie Levitt heads the
committee in charge of the affair.
She will be assisted by the fol-
lowing members: tickets, Thelma
Smolensky; entertainment, Ruth
Steinberg; publicity, Anne Glaz-
ier; arrangements, Ruth Smolen-
sky; door, Goldie Sander* (chair-
man), Goldye Bloom, Kenye Ech-
tenthal, Fay Werner, Alice Cohen.
Tickets are $1.25 and may be
secured at the door or by calling
Miss Anne Glazier at 2-0514.
Expansion of the Beth Zeiroth
Mizrachi, Tel Aviv, a vocational
training school for adolescent
girls sponsored by the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America
will provide a full commercial
curriculum for future Israeli sec-
retaries. __________
Louisville Title Insurance Company
Louisville, Keniucky
Announces the Appointment of
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY
Langford Building Miami. Florida Telephone 2-5ZIB
As Agent to Issue Policies of Title Insurance in Dade County, rw.
THOMAS J. BLAKE, President
BEST WISHES TO ALL
II. G. Boardman
of the
FLORIDA BRIDGE & IRON INC.
STEEL ERECTING
PHONE 88-1430
TO ALL SEASON'S
GREETINGS
ANITRA FASHIONS
127 N. W. 2nd Street
Miami
Office Phone 9-2074 Residence Phone 9-3612
Adams Venetian Blind Service
RECONDITIONING AND REPAIRING IN YOUR HOME
2122 N. W. 27th Avenue Miami 37< F1"da-
Rabbi Opens Kosher
Convalescent Home
On Miami Beach
Rabbi Isidore Shoulson, new-
comer from Philadelphia, has in-
augurated a new weekly radio
program, "Share My Thoughts,"
an editorial commentary on Jew-
ish life, over station WMBM from
5:05 to 5:15 p.m. every Tuesday.
Rabbi Isadora Shoulson has re-
cently opened Dream Haven
Lodge, 1681 Meridian Ave., the
only convalescent home which
observes dietary
laws on Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Shoul-
son, who was
born in Jeru-
salem in 1913, is
an eighth gener-
ation Palestinian.
He received his
early training in
the Yeshiva Etz
Chayim,and
since his arrival
in America in 1925, he has re-
ceived degrees of BA, BBA and
PA from the City College of New
York. He was ordained at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanon Theological
Seminary.
One of five brothers who are
serving as spiritual leaders, the
rabbi has been an active particip-
ant in organizational and com-
munal affairs. He was past presi-
dent of his Zionist District, B'nai
B'rith Lodge No. 1290, the South-
eastern Pennsylvania Council and
a host of other organizations. He
is a member of the Rabbinical
Council of America, the Jewish
Board of Rabbis of Philadelphia,
the Markaz Harabanim of Phila-
delphia and is chaplain of B'nai
Chayim Social. He is a Ph. D. can-
didate at Dropsie College in Phil-
adelphia.
The rabbi has had considerable
experience in the operation of con-
valescent homes. Three years ago
he organized the Tel Aviv Con-
valescent Home and during the
past year acquired the Shoulson
Hersh-Carlton Hotel in Atlantic
City.
Dream Haven Lodge stands
amidst two acres of landscaped
grounds almost in the heart of
the city. The rooms are large, airy
and tastefully furnished. Regis-
tered nurses supervised by a
visiting or private physician, are
in charge twenty-four hours per
day. The food is under the super-
vision of a dietitian. ___
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TED & STAN'S SERVICE STATION
Phone 48-1562
1602 S. W. 27th Avenue Miami. Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TAMIAMI
CYCLE
1561 S. W. 8th Street
AMERICAN
AWNING CO.
Ben C. LaPointe. Owner
PHONE 9-7801
'Anything that's made
of Canvas"
571 N. W. S. River Dr.
GREETINGS
Coral Gables
Title Company
Mortgages-Construction Loans
EscrowsAbstracts-
Title Insurance
32 Giralda Phone 48-6543
Coral Gables
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TROPICAL SHOP
SUNDRIES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE
702 S. W. 27th Avenue
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I It Ml I lt\ II I I INC.
PHONE 7-9790
1274 N. W. 79th Street Miami. Florida
GREETINGS
Superior Dry Cleaning Ine.
(THE PLANT THAT GIVES SUPERIOR SERVICE)
2004 N. E. 2nd Avenue Telephone 3-0541
GREETINGS
Southeastern Finanee Co.
PHONE 2-7005
duPont Building Miami
GREETINGS
TED SCHNEIDER
Experience Makes Our SIGNS Distinctive
685 N. W. 29th Street Phone 9-2517
ENJOY YOUR STAY AT
PARADISE CAMPS, INC.
1900 N. W. 27ih Avenue
Miami, Florida
TRAILER SPACES ON THE MIAMI RIVER
GREETINGS
Miami Automotive Parts Co.
YOUR N.A.P.A. JOBBER
1325 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 9 2634
TO ALL SEASONS
GREETINGS
*
FLORIDIAN HALF PINTS INC.
1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
TO ALL SEASONS
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LINCOLN ROAD SHOP
'FOR DISTINCTIVE CASUALS"
649 Lincoln Road M*1 Beach
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THERMO-CAP ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS
INMAN PRODUCTS
Phone 3-3450
92 N. E. 28th Street
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
rjenlst Hcr/dlari
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24,
Best Wiihu For A
HAPPY HOLIDAY
CITY LAUNDRY, INC
2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
JOHN McCUDDEN
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
4301 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-1822
TO ALL. GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH CANDIES
PHONE 4-0831
514 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MknnL Florida
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TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS
SERVICE QUALITY GOODWILL
Florida Glass & Mirror Co., Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS, UBBEY-OWENS-FORD GLASS CO.
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
1601-1619 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 2-1796
MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
STORE FDCTURES
HAYDl STORE
25 Years Experience in Fine Cabinet Work at Your Service
FURNTTURE, BANK. OFFICE. STORE & BAR FIXTURES
Made to Order
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 9-7063
*
PHONE 7-3527


> t
BOB JERNIGAN
INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS
GENERAL WELDING ORNAMENTAL IRON
5860 N. W. 17th Avenue Miami. Florida
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
PARK MADISON STUDIO
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS
205-07 Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-5260 Miami Beach, Florida
OILS FRAMES MINIATURES
GREETINGS
LOGAN ROOFING CO.
BUILT-UP & TILE ROOFS ALL TYPES
ROOFS REPAIRED FREE ESTIMATES.
3478 Coral Way Phone 46-1519
. i
GREETINGS
J. M. GUSKY
DEVELOPER AND BUILDER
9920 N. W. 7th Avenue
ChanukaSymbol
Of Freedom
(Continued from Page 17)
their lives and destinies as they
pleased. The others, and they were
the large multitude, had no say in
matters of state. They were chat-
tel driven to the battle field at
the whim of their rulers. Their
dead bodies paved the roads to
the short-lived greatness of
Greece and Rome, but while alive
they were disfranchised in the
most cruel manner.
The Greeks worshipped beauty.
regardless of its price in human
suffering. What a shamelessly ex-
orbitant price in human suffer-
ing was paid for the exquisite
pieces of ancient art which now
adorn our museums: How much
of eternal value was sacrificed for
the sake of imposing and grand-
iose edifices like the Acropolis
of Athens and the Colosseum of
Rome! It is only when we reflect
on the blood and toil and tears
that have gone into the making
of antique architecture and art.
made possible by slave labor, that
we shall be able to appreciate the
Hebrew genius which categorical-
ly prohibited the making of "a
graven image ."
Not beauty but justice and
righteousness were, and are, the
touchstones of Judaism. To the
ancient Greeks and Romans, so-
cial justice and righteousness for
the poor were altogether incom-
prehensible. They took it for
granted that the poor were here
to be exploited.
When the Maccabeans rebelled
against the Hellenists who wanted
to force them to worship their
idols, they really revolted against
Hellenist totalitarianism. The
worship of the Greek gods was to
the Jews the symbol of Greek
inhumaneness. Greek injustice
and Greek immorality. The sub-
mission to the Greek gods was to
the Jew synonymous with desert-
ing goodness for beautyand he
considered death preferable. This
is why Eleazar, the martyr, and
Hannah, the mother of the seven
sons, chose death rather than
compromise on spiritual dignity.
The millions of Jews through the
ages who died as martyrs for their
faith by sanctifying God" thus
proclaimed, in the manner of the
heroes of the Masmonean age.
that the dignity of human life,
justice and liberty, righteousness
and morality must be preserved
and safeguarded, if necessary,
with one's life. Tr.is is the true
significance of the Jewish martyr-
dom of the ages. It was religious
martyrdom, to be surebut reli-
gion to those valiant men and
women was all-inclusive: it meant
God and ethics, humaneness and
social justicein one word, the
spiritual values that distinguish
men from the brutes.
Greek totalitarianism, with its
powerful and terrible war ma-
chine, set out to demolish the
Jewish fortress of genuine demo-
cracy. The Greeks demanded that
the Jews exchange the Only God
for their many gods, and His
single standard of ethics and jus-
tice for a flexible and perverted
imitation of ethics and justice.
They confronted Jewish tolerance
with Greek intolerance, and the
Jewish principle of equality with
the adulation of slaver.- and ex-
ploitation. They demanded that
the Jews profess the credo of all
tyrants in history: Might is right!
The strong will rule and the weak
must serve and obey!
But, miracle of miracles, the
Maccabees defeated the Greek-
Syrian dictator and thus demon-
strated that might is not right,
and never will be right. Outnum-
bered by the Hellenist armies, and
in no manner a match for them,
the small band of Jewish lovers
of freedom defeated the aggressor
who wanted to deprive them of
the very meaning of their exist-
ence. They defeated them because
RIGHT IS MIGHT.
Jewish history bears out the
Jewish belief in the unlimited
power of right as opposed to crude
might Chanuka is the most arti-
culate symbol of that faith.
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
.1111. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDrnONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE
GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER LUKER CO. INC.
PIN BALL GAMES
SERVICE CALL 9-7961
FOR THE 16th SEASON
FRANCES K. POWELL
AT HER NEWLY AIR CONDITIONED
EL MOROCCO HOTEL DINING ROOM
33rd STREET AT COLLINS AVENUE
Open 5 P. M.Reservations SuggestedPhone 58-5546
GREETINGS
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D. E. GIFFEN. Vice Pre*. JOHN P. HUNTER, Sec y *
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ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS
AIR CONDITIONING INSULATING VENTILATING
Manufacturers of
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236 ARAGON AVE. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Phones: 4-1651 4-1652
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GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113
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RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-3432
RAY SIDE
SHEET METAL WORKS
1095 N.W. 36th ST. MIAMI 37, FLA.
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
A Complete Line oi Clay, Ceramic and Decorative Tiles
UNITED ART TILE CO.
Incorporated
CONTRACTORS
4701 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 78-3261
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
I S C A Y N E FRONTON
TOALLA MOST
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PARTS, INC.
Wholesale Automotive Parts
824 N. K. 1st Avenue Phone 3-5771


fRTDAY^DECEMBER 24, 1948
tk^i^mrldiiairi
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
JAY-NON VENETIAN
BLIND CO.
Manufacturer* of
CUSTOM VENETIAN BLINDS
AND CORNICES
3603 N. W. 7th St.
Phone 4-2113
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Patrons
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
*
A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
150 N. E. 13th St.
PHONE 3-8997
BEST
WISHES TO ALL
By CHARLOTTE WEBER
WASHINGTON Feeding the
people of Israel is one of the
many non-political problems fac-
ing the new state that are quietly
and efficiently being solved by Is-
raeli experts.
Food for Israel is the major
concern of Dr. Ludwig Samuel
Israeli expert on agricultural pol-
icy and food supplies, who was
Israel's representative and observ-
er at the United Nations Food and
Agriculture Organization's recent
annual conference here.
Dr. Samuel had been with the
Jewish Agency in Palestince since
1934 as an adviser on agricultural
and food problems. When Israel
became a state this spring he con-
tinued those duties but with the
new title of Agricultural Adviser
to the Israeli treasury. He has
been in the United States since
July, however, and while here is
attached to the Israeli Mission as
Food Requirements and Program
Officer.
Dr. Samuel's work in Washing-
ton is largely with the Interna-
tional Emergency Food Council,
the U. S. Department of Agricul-
ture and in various contacts with
the agricultural attaches of other
foreign diplomatic missions in
Washington.
The IEFC was set up during the
war by Canada, the United States
and the United Kingdom to al-
locate supplies of the most essen-
tial foodstuffs. Most of the im-
portant countries of the world ex-
cept Russia and Argentina have
joined the IEFC since then and
the allocation program has been
continued. Thus it is important
that Israel, while not a member,
maintains a contact with the IEFC-
Also important is Dr. Samuel's
Capital Spotlight
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
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GREETINGS
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(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BUNDS
CORNICES
Our New Home
21 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
FRED ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
work with the U.S. Department of
Agriculture since the U S pro-
duction of short supply foodstuffs
ro.fn C"v d a quarterly basis,
country by country. The list of
such short supply foods includes
all cereals and rice, meat, live-
stock feed and seeds. The seeds
include both those used for the
production of new crops and those
from which oils are extracted for
margarine and vegetable fats.
When the Department of Agri-
culture makes such an allocation
to Israel Dr. Samuel must then
go to the Department of Com-
merce for the necessary export
license. This Ls a technicality,
however, since the Commerce De-
partment is obligated to grant the
export license once the allocation
lias been made.
In addition to his work in
Washington, Dr. Samuel has also
made two trips to Canada on food
purchasing missions. From Can-
ada Israel has imported meat,
canned salmon, milk powder,
dried fruit and barley. Later she
may be able to buy some wheat
from Canada.
Israel's food supply lines are
by no means concentrated in the
United States and Canada. In-
stead, they form an almost global
network. In South America, for
example, Israel purchases large
quantities of frozen meats and
livestock feed. From Argentina
and Uruguay comes meat, from
Brazil, rice and from Cuba, sugar.
Israel also imports food from
Australia, Czechoslovakia. Poland,
Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and
India. From Holland and Den-
mark she gets dairy products,
pcultry and some vegetables, from
Ireland meat. The sardines that
grace Israeli dinner tables are
likely to have come from Por-
tugal or Norway. The corn flakes
might be made of the corn im-
ported from the Union of South
Africa.
Israel's food purchasing prob-
lems are by no means simplified
by the fact that she is a sterling
bloc country and must trade for
food largely in other countries
of the bloc or countries where
the seller will accept sterling.
Many European countries, with
the exception of Switzerland,
Sweden, Belgium, and Russia, will
trade in sterling, however.
So many demands are being
made on Israel's dollar supply
these days she must keep her food
purchases in the United States to
in absolute minimum. This neces-
sitates a very tight schedule of '
planning and coordination be-
tween the Mission here and the
Israeli treasury.
It is Dr. Samuel's hope that
some day Israel may plan her
food purchasing activities over a
full year's period and take in all
the social and economic factors
that affect food production and
use.
He cites as a good example of
such a coordinated program the
plan that was put in effect in the
United Kingdom during the war.
The plan, still being used in Eng-
land with great success, gauges
food purchasing programs with
expected local production. Local
production is stimulated by guar-
anteed prices; food purchases
abroad are scheduled with an eye
to nutritional and health needs,
increasing industrial production
and other factors.
Such a program will be espe-
cially important in Israel where
special attention must be given
to raising the health standard of
the several thousand displaced
persons who will be entering Is-
rael within the next few years.
While, as Dr. Samuel explains,
such a program would be carried
out for the benefit of all the
people, the DP's, with many years
of near starvation behind them,
have crucial nutritional require-
ments.
While industrial planning in Is-
rael will be necessarily restricted
during the next few years since
so much of the programs there
will depend on outside investment
and other external factors, Dr.
Samuel believes that such agricul-
tural planning is more of a possi-
bility, being more directly in the
hands of the government.
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Pan-American Bank Bldg.
!
Miami, Fla.
1006 Fifth Street
Miami Beach
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONxlL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
duPont Building
*
PHONE 2-2661
GREETINGS
"GENE"
Groover's
Pharmacy
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
i
To All a Most Happy
Chanuka
SAVOY HOTEL
252 N.W. Second Street
"Open Year Around"
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
FLORIDA FUEL OIL
INC.
950 N. W. 73rd Street
Phone 89-1661
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
The Best the Market Affords
at Reasonable Prices
DIXIE CASH MARTET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA

GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish
Friends
S. II. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone 3-4859
CHARRON-
WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N.E Second Avenue
Mary Williams, B. S., Director
Miami. Florida

.
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA
GREETINGS III
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
p, BIu Print* Photostats Drawing Materials
ncfrup and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666

GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
3900 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Studios:
Miami Beach, 741 W. 41it Si.
PHONE 2-4159
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
GODDARD PAINTING CO.
PHONE 5-0840
PAINTING PAPERHANGING
DECORATING WATERPROOFING
THOMAS GODDARD
1901 West Ave. Miami Beach
II

A MOST HAPPY
CHANKA TO ALL

ST. M0RITZ HOTEL
1565 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1948
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS"
Sraeel & Jacoby
LINCOLN ROAD
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
Sylvan Paterno Upholstering
1359 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-0744 Miami. Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
BEST MODE SPORTSWEAR
127 N. W. 2nd Street Miami
Abess Re-elected
To JDA Committee
Leonard L. Abess of Miami, has
been re-elected to the executive
committee of the National Coun-
cil of the Joint Defense Appeal
(JDA), it was announced by Oliv-
er M. Kaufmann of Pittsburgh,
executive committee chairman.
Paying tribute to Mr. Abess'
leadership in Jewish communal
affairs, Mr. Kaufmann declared:
"Mr. Abess' prestige and stand-
ing, not only in his own commun-
ity, but throughout the state,
er.inently equip him for leader-
ship in the twin tasks of inter-
preting the vital work of the JDA
agencies to local Jewry, and se-
curing the funds with which to
carry on our cause of extending
human rights. We are proud to
have a leader of Mr. Abess' cali-
bre associated with us in this
great cause."
Hollywood News
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Community Center in Hol-
lywood will hold a Chanuka party
featuring a supper and cabaret
on Sunday, December 26.
By special request of the com-
munity the Gershwin show which
scored an overwhelming success
during its recent two-day run will
again be presented on January
23.
West Miami Group To
Hold Chanuka Party
The West Miami Jewish Center
is holding a Chanuka and Latke
party on Sunday evening at their
regular meeting place, 1000 S.W.
67th Ave. Admission is free and
members are requested to bring
their rfriends. To join in the spirit
of Chanuka each person*is asked
to bring a small gift not to exceed
25c and mark it male or female
so that a grab bag can be held.
There will be dancing, Chanuka
games and refreshments.
A Most Happy Chanuka
Window Cleaning
Service, Inc.
Fzed and Herbert Abrami
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1665 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
GREETINGS
Phone 3-9114
GASSON'S
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
238 N. E. First Ave.
Miami, Florida
SELECTED FLORIDA FRUITS
JELLIES.
MARMALADES
PECANS
GREETINGS
Jack Wechsler
TOBACCONIST
326 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-1544
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Pan American Bank Building
PHONE 3-7796
EDISON
ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO.
Wholesale Distributors
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
LIGHTING FIXTURES
Call 3-3114
1009 S. W. 8th STREET
(Tamiami Trail)
GREETINGS
REN JUFFE
AUCTIONEER
3094 N. W. 27th Ave.
Miami
GREETINGS
PAULINE rurdine
CUSTOM MADE WOMEN'S APPAREL
730 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
GREETINGS
CIGARETTE SERVICE, INC.
CONTACT US FOR A GOOD DEAL
COURTEOUS. PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE
387 N. W. South River Drive Phone 9-9978
GREETINGS!
FOR GOOD USED CARS SEE
TOM FLETCHER
102 N.W. 36th Street
Miami
GREETINGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Miami
GREETINGS
I. L Christensen
REGISTERED BROKER
1342 N. W. First Street
Phone 9-9612
GREETINGS
McCORMICK-IIOYETT
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuart Mill Building)
MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA
FOR SALES. SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
62 S.W. Third Street
PHONE 2-7664
GREETINGS
C. E. DUKES & SON
WELL DRILLING AND PUMP SERVICE
Phone 7-1316
2360 N. W. 88th Street Miami. Florida
Dade Refrigerating Co., Inc.
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS
TO ALL SEASONS BEST
WISHES
MARGARET NEWMAN INC.
ORIGINAL'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
7610 N. E. 4th Court
Miami
GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. AND MRS. MAX SHLAFROCK
M. S. CONSTRUCTION CO.
545 West Flagler Street Miami
TO ALL GREETINGS
GARNITZ FURNITURE CO.
NEW MODERN
1672 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-8321
Greetings To All
J. L. KELLY
CONTRACTOR
Underground Construction Watermains &
Sewers Trenching & Excavating
O. Rox 797 Coral Gables 34, Florida
) Telephone l-0tt71


ram AY. DECEMBER 24, 1948
Miami Hebrew School
Joins Education Unit
It was announced by A. P.
Cannes, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, that
,he Miami Hebrew School and
junior Congregation has formally
become affiliated with the Bureau
ui Jewish Education. Rabbi Simon
Ap;;i is the spiritual leader of
tie congregation.
Mr. Gannes stated that all He-
irW schools and Sunday schools
and the Workmen Circle Yiddish
-chool are now affiliated with the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Debbs To Entertain
Men's Groups At Party
Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Women will be the host
to Tropical Lodge, Isaac Levin
Lodge, and the F.D.R. B'nai B'rith
Young Men's Lodge at a party
and dance on Saturday, December
25 8 um. at the home of Char-
lotte Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St.
A program of party games has
been planned and refreshments
will be served. Thelma and Bobby
Schwartz will assist Miss Sandier
with arrangements.
Hillel Advisors Named
The following have been named
members of the advisory commit-
tee for the Hillel Foundation:
Harry Boyell, Abe Gannes, Mrs.
Abe Goodman, Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, Monte Selig, Col. Elry Stone,
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Sam
Weissel, Sam Weissel, Isaac Levin,
Max Holtsberg, Howard Kane,
Mrs. Ben Danbaum, Mrs. Leo Rob-
inson, Mrs. Sam Rost, Dr. Her-
man Meyers and Dr. Jess Spirer.
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
SEASON'S GREETINGS
VEGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
w.cw
LANTAFF
Dade County Representative
to the State Legislature
GREETINGS
m GENERAL
INSULATING
COMPANY

JOHNS-MANVILLE
ROCK WOOL HOME
INSULATION

2U9 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 9-4842
Beach Masada Group To
Install New Officers
Installation of officers of the
Miami Beach Masada by Rabbi
Leon Kronish will take place to-
night during the services at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Also included
will be a skit written by Rabbi
Kronish, in which members will
portray the various parts.
Officers to be installed are- Gil
Rappaport, president; Abe Schaf-
er, first vice president; Libby
Hochman, second vice president
Bernice Dogoloff and Lola Pava-
low, co-corresponding secretaries;
Irving Best, treasurer; Adeie
Zaker, recording secretary; Lil-
lian Schachter, financial secre-
tary.
Committee chairman include:
Morton Garfield, Israel projects;
Arnold Berman, political actions-
David Liebman, chaluziyut; Flor-
ence Abramson, membership;
Helen Haves, publicty.
Leonard Stein To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Leonard Stein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Stein, 436 S.W. 2nd
St., will become Bar Mitzvah to-
morrow morning at 9:30 at Beth
David Synagogue. A reception
will follow the ceremony. Friends
and relatives are invited to attend.
We Extend Best Wishes
For a Happy Holiday
Miami
Typesetting Co.
F. H. STREIFERT
and Associates
2015 N. W. First Avenue
Phone 2-5935
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAML FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
NEWMAN'S
SIGNS
"WE MADE SIGNS
BEFORE
WE COULD TALK"
332 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-1603
HAPPY
CHANUKA
RUDY HESS
CATERER
SPECIALIZING IN KOSHER
DISHES AND HOMEMADE
FRENCH PASTERIES
2129 N. W. Miami Ct
Phone 2-3808
^J^MJhridi^r
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINE
BEAUTY SALON
523 41st St. Miami Beach
GREETINGS TO ALL
MORRIS KALER
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
1200 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-5197
Jerry Brady, director of rac-
ing at Tropical Park and one
of the country's youngest turf
executives. This is his eighth
year in his present assignment
at "The Friendly Course" in
Coral Gables.
Mr. and Mrs.
SAUL GRIEF
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
GREETINGS TO ALL
Telephone 88-3714
Office. Docks and Residence730 Okeechobee Road, Hialeah, Fla.
ARNOLD MAUTE
Captain
FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
16 N. E. Ninfh Slreet Phone 3-5717
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS"
TO ALL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
JEWEL MFG. CO.
ADVERTISING DISPLAYS
2047 S. W. 60th Court
Miami
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA GRINDING CO/
Distributors for Kleen Kut
Meat Band Saw Machines
Knives to Butcher, Hotel,
Restaurant
Servicing of Meat Choppers and
Meat Band Saws
RENTING--SERVICING
201 S. W. Fourth Ave.
PHONE 3-5231
GREETINGS
1
Meet Me At
HERALD GRILL
REASONABLE PRICES
201 So. Miami Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
and FAMILY
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 3-1427
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
1816 West Ave.
MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO.
MILO W. BENNETT
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE
AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR
DIAPERS & BABY CLOTHES ^ ^
2111 N. W. 10th Avenue
TO ALL GREETINGS
n. w. haiwjau
"PHOTOGRAPHY
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3221
TO ALL A HAPPY
CHANUKA
IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO.
SERVICE PHONE 2-1133
824 So. Miami Avenue Miami
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 duPont Building Phone 2-4033
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
TO ALL GREETINGS
ELDER FAN COMPANY
28 N. W. 4th Street
Miami, Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
CLYDE F. GRIMM
ROOFING
2030 S. W. 64th Avenue
TO ALL
HAPPY HOLIDAY
L. & L.
ROOFING TILE CO. INC.
755 N. W. 143rd Street
Phone 7-1651
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
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CHESTER E. SALB
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Blag.
323 W. 47th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
FITI1I \> STUDIOS
DANCING SCHOOL
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
STEWARD AND SKINNER
ARCHITECTS
2233 S. E. let Street
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Deering Awning and Furniture Co.
Serving Greater Miami Coral Gable. Miami Beach
Beach. Lawn and Porch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
1163 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 3-7200
TOAUA HAPPY
CHANUKA
DOYLE PLUMBING CO.
5705 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 78-3247
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
TOWN LAUNDRY, INC.
Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartments
COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE
OPA LOCKA. FLORIDA
Phone 89-3761
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
PEARL LINE
LIGHTING PRODUCTS
Manufacturers of
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Phone 84891
915 N. E. Rut Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Pacific Lumber & Supply Co.
"BULLY SERVICE"
"BILL" FAXON, FOUNDER
Not Incorporated
Specializing in Fir Timbers
601 N.W. 11th St. Phon* 2-3163 Miami
Plain Talk
(Continued from Page 20
moments of conflict. Her young
son, age 13, brought up Jewishly,
is in high school. He is deep in
football and basketball "He
has seemed to think that we ex-
pect too much of him when we
insist that he do extra-credit
work in order that he may keep
his grades up to the upper fourth
of his class, so he may get into
college.
"This Sunday afternoon when l
realized that he intended going
out before doing his school work,
I suggested that he do his work
tirst. He answered that other
ooys didn't plan on getting on
the honor roll ... He named sev-
eral boys who had been good in
athletics and were admitted into
colleges with average grades."
Then she told him ... "I had
to be the one to lay the burden
of the centuries upon the should-
ers of that happy-go-lucky Amer-
ican boy. I had to explain that
being average or even better than
average would not get him any
place, he being a Jew. I had to
tell him that because he was a
Jew he might find it impossible to
get into the college of his choice
. These facts I gave him no
doubt will make a stronger and
better man of him, but that
knowledge did not lessen the
ache in my heart as he cancelled
his appointment with the gang
and sat down to do his extra-
credit work."
Was the young woman wise
enough to face up to situations
like that when her Jewish chil
dren grew up? She could still
change her mind about marrying
the Jewish young man. She could
marry a Christian and then her
children would have no such
problems as are for Jewish chil-
dren.
But if she Is willing and knows
how wisely to face it all, "then
go ahead," says Mrs. Salan.
"Your husband's parents will live
to give thanks for that day that
brought you to them."
By way of postscript, I should
report a recent incident of inter-
marriage. The couple had been
married by a Methodist minister.
When the young man's Jewish
parents said he desired a Jewish
ceremony as well, Rabbi Louis
Menrtoza, emeritus of the Reform
temple at Norfolk, Viriginia,
didn't hesitate. To refuse might
be to push the youth all the way
out of Judaism.
Rabbi Mendoza had a brief
speech at the ceremony. He said
he was mindful that this was a
inaniage of people of different
fp.'ths. But between their reli-
giins there is common ground.
Eoth were dedicated to the re-
spect of human personality and
dignity. On this common ground
of their faiths they could estab-
lish a happy marriage.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1943
TO ALL GREETINGS
Western Meat Co. Inc.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
2122 N. W. 7th Avenue
Miami
LEW HEWES
Chris Craft Sales and Service
PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC.
Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft'
412-18 N.W.N. Diver Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. RWer Dr. 8-25411
._______- MMM-a-T-r-r w ^ ^ ___

SEASON'S GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
SAY
EM
BLEM
E. B. MALONE
MATTRESS CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Seott Motor & Salvage Company
2320 N. W. 54th Street Phone ltjm
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
BUY WITH CONFIDENCESERVE WITH PRIDE
MRS. NATT'S BAKERY
PIES CAKES PASTRIES BREAD ROLL8
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
61 N. W. 36th Street_________________ Phone 7-1849
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Miami Beach Awning Co.
Bert J. Reillr, OwnerH. F. (Tex) Goodman, Manegtr
SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND
FOR HOME OR BUSINESS
1125 Fifth Street
Phone 5-7345
Miami Batch
GREETINGS
LUMBER PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
"Try Us For Service"
Peninsular Service Co, Inc.
2145 North Miami Avenue
Phone 82-1571
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
WAGNER ELECTRIC CO.
Phones 48-1751 4-7777
YOUR SATISFACTION OUR PLEASURE
2192 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami
To All Our Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
w. j. iinn
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILWAY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ttUtgkurij inc.
U fw<>** Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3423


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rmAY. DECEMBER 24, 1948
^J^htfhrHkir
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Hardeman-Wooten AgencyInsurance
J. V. Herdeman and Harry D. Woolen
2J3 N. E- 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc.
24-Hour Service
U-DRIVE IT CARS PHONE 5-3411
SINCEREST CHANUKA GREETINGS
M. B. GABBIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building
Phone 2-4958
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
CTnnrc__ 1263 Weit Flagler Street
aiUIu-3 1?53 Nortneat Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331
INSURANCE
CHANUKA GREETINGS
flouser Company, Inc
Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans and Investments
Honser Realty Co.. Inc.
Real Estate -:- Property Management
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. PHONE 3-2648
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
FRANK O. PRIJITT, Inc.
INSURANCE
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4036
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MARKS BROTHERS
DEMOLITIONEXCAVATING
"Anywhere in the State"
Equipment For Rent
100% Veteran Owned and Operated
Night Phone 4-6347
^01 Alton Road Phone 58-1496
ChanukaWhat Really Happened
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
P5* ,anUka V celebrate, the Jewish night of lights
eel I ow^h ,beynd the vei1 of Maccabean night; '
\SS1Z2L*. m.y s.on t0 tell him what's behind
The centurlWormMwax t'SSfffift time.
All that Junior carries home from Seventh Day palaver
Is cut and bloody fingers from his copper candelabra.
Miracles and legends may suffice for fairy tales,
rw uVa hlstor-v's, deePer rots transcend the mystic pale;
Our holy days and festivals can mean so much to youth
if only we would take the time and come to grips with truth.
To clearly comprehend this basic cause of Judah's ire
Which kindled every Israelite with courage we admire,
We have to mark the age in which these mighty deeds took place
For only thus can we today assess the ancient case.
When Alexander passed away his empire went to Hellene.
The Syrians and Ptolemies carved by the Grecian melon;
Their greatest source of trouble in the warring Middle East
Was the tiny flame of Judah whose brilliance never ceased.
The types of Jews were dominant and forced each other's hand;
One was called Pro-Jewish, the Priests were of this band.
They bowed to neighboring monarchs to minimize the strife,
But they clung to ancient customs to foster Jewish life.
The other group which grew in strength created quite a fuss;
They changed their names, forsook the Law and bribed Antiochus.
It didn't take these Hellenists too long to realize
Appeasing of the Syrian king soon spelled their quick demise.
Antiochus was eager to swoop across the State,
Damning circumcision and what the people ate.
He filthied up the Temple by forcing in the swine;
He introduced Apollo in Israel's sacred shrine.
The pious Jews, however, refused to bolt God's will;
They vowed to keep the Sabbath even if they had to kill.
The rite of circumcision and the dietary law
Became the spikes which pierced their hearts and summoned Jews
to war.
The son of Mattathias was quick to seize the helm;
He rallied all of Zion to fight against the realm.
Judah's rebel forces struck with lightning speed.
Despite their meagre garrison, Jerusalem was freed.
The night they found the cruse of oil, our ancient legend writes,
Freedom was established and Judah lit the lights;
But victory over Syria did not occur that night;
Maccabeus had to flee to carry on the fight.
It took them four and twenty years to break the Syrian hold;
And Maccabee like Moses failed to reach his cherished goal;
His brothers Jon and Simon carried on the family flame
For Judah died in battle to sanctify the name.
With timbrels and with shouting, the Temple was adorned,
Israel's Great Assembly proclaimed the Nation born;
And so, my son, our Chanuka was merely but a step
A symbol of triumphant faith our ancient fathers kept.
And so it is with IsraelJudea of today,
The sea of dazzling candle lights will guide her destined way;
The heat Israelis kindle with their passion for God's right
Will warm this cold and frightened world and bless it with new light.
GREETINGS
To All Our J.wi.h Friend*
McAllister Flowers
"Sy It with Flowen
But Say It with Ours"
629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-377*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS. Inc.
2035 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8335
Club k Casino Equipment
CHANUKA GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. DREDGING
& CONSTRUCTION CO.
Pacific Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
in
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occasions
FEED and SUPPLIES
Call 4-3375
274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PLAYTIME TOGS, INC.
1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2682
Manufacturers of
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
Made In Miami
CHANUKA GREETINGS

HARMON, INC.
Perfect Prints Promptly-
Blue PrintsBlack and White
and Photostat Prints
142 N. W. 2nd St
PHONE 3-5777
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY

400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
950 N. W. 73rd Street
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer of
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 201 StreetPhone 5-5908
Miami Beach
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER
Palm Beach-247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York
GREETINGS
EATABITE
1145 N. & 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361


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Beach Auxiliary To
Celebrate Birthday
The fourth anniversary meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be held Tuesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock at the Atlantis Hotel,
2655 Collins Ave.
The conclusion of the Summer
Book Project will take place at
this time with the entire pro-
ceeds from this endeavor going
to the home. Mrs. Sol Silverman
is book chairman. On her commit-
tee are: Mrs. Albert Pakoff, Mrs.
Louis Mackovsky and Mrs. Mi-
chael Arnold. Gifts from the
treasure chest will be awarded.
A musical program will feature
several vocal selections by Mrs.
Harry Kroff, who will be accom-
panied by Miss Anyuta Melicov.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be: Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs.
Sam Ritter and Mrs. Jacob Plat-
kin. Mrs. Benjamin wil preside
over the short business session.
Members are welcome to invite
friends as guests.
. trnteti ffrricfiatF
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
Chiropodists Elect
At a recent meeting of the Dade
County Chiropody Association the
following members were re-
elected to offices: Dr. Eugene
Weiss, president: Dr. Irving Block,
vice president: Dr. F. N. Lauben-
thal, Jr., secretary-terasurer.
The association plans to con-
tinue its efforts to make the ex-
amination of children's feet part
of the health program in the
public schools as it is in some of
the other states.
Raff Unveiling Sunday
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Clara
Goldenblank Raff, long time Mi-
ami resident, will take place Sun-
day at 1 p.m. in the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Junior Hadassah To
Sponsor Album Sale
Local distribution of "Israel in
Song," a new album of Israeli
music just completed by the Pal-
estine Art Corporation has been
undertaken by the Miami Unit of
Junior Hadassah.
Much of the music included in
this album has never been heard
in America. All the music was
composed or arranged by Nachum
Nardi, one of Israel's outstand-
ing composers. Some of these se-
lections are adaptations of ancient
Hebrew music still heard in Is-
rael. The composer himself plays
the accompaniment.
Songs in the album include:
"Rejoice, O Land of Sharon," "In
Spite of All," "Hymn to Labor,"
"Song of Pioneers," "Night in
Gilboa," "Stamp Your Feet," "In
Galilee."
Beneficiaries from the record
sales will be the Meier Shfeyah
building fund and the Henrietta
Szold School of Nursing in Jeru-
salem.
Beth Jacob Children
To Give Chanuka Party
Children of the Beth Jacob Re-
ligious School will present their
annual Chanuka program Thurs-
day at 7 p.m. at the synagogue.
The program will include songs,
recitations and entertainment in
three languages. A movie of the
school and all the pupils will be
shown. Refreshments will be
served by the Sisterhood with
Mrs. Jack Hirsch serving as
hostess.
Tickets for the function may be
obtained from the children.
Phone 5-7111
EIFIILI'S
CAMERA
SHOP
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
'WHERE THE ELITE MEET"
SHANGRI-LA
OPEN TILL 2 A.M.
15 N. E. 3rd Avenue
Elks Club Building
Authentic Chinese Dishes
LUNCHEONS DINNERS
Orders Put Up to Take Out
PHONE 2-2277
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONYBAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
WHOLESALE "SAVE AT COOPER'S RETAIL
COOPER FURNITURE COMPANY
CLAUDE A. FLEMING, Owner
Telephone 4.7958
210-12 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables, Florida
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
PHONE 7-7083
HAYES GATEWAY SERVICE
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
8000 Biscoyne Boulevard Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
New Typewriter Device
Produced By Dania Firm
Rib-N-Rite, a new device to
produce multiple typewritten
copies without the use of carbon,
is being manufactured in Dania.
Florida, at the newly constructed
Ribbonwriter Plant, which covers
a total of sixteen acres and will
employ 500 workers when full
production is reached about the
first of the year.
Rib-N-Rite, designed to fit any
typewriter, can be attached in a
few minutes and is said to last
as long as the typewriter. Demons-
trations of this product in many
cities throughout the country have
proved highly successful and dis-
tributors have expressed the be-
lief that it will make a major
contribution to the efficiency of
modern business methods.
Siegfried Bechhold, president of
the new corporation, rose from a
$12 a week shipping clerk in 1923
to president of the Armored Tank
Corporation of New York 15 years
later. Bechhold sold this com-
pany to the Pressed Steel Car
Company of Pittsburgh in 1941
when he decided to retire from
active business. During the war
he served in the Army where he
was considered an expert on tank
construction, maintenance and op-
eration. Returning to Florida after
his war service, Bechhold came
out of retirement to head the
Ribbonwriter Corporation of
America.
GREETINGS
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-2743
*
GREETINGS
Paramount
Soda Shop
253 East Flagler Street
Miami? Florida
Phone 3-9244
**ma**
A HAPPY CHANUKA
I..ula Jones
Flowers For All Occasions
DELIVERY
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
The Home of Delicious Foods"
GREETINGS
It. Fleeman
Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
Pan American Bank Bldg.
MIAMI, FLA.
Best Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
KUBBY HOUSE
RESTAURANTS
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
Miami
TO JEWRY EVERYHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
320 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 48-1731
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER MOTORS
Plymouth DeSoto
1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341
GREETINGS
jrom JACK FISHMAN, President
Rramlett Equipment & Supply Co.
INCORPORATED
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618
Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
!* & > CLEANERS
3655 W. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 4-7861
GREETINGS
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
Phone 7.1667
FROM FARM TO YOU
169 N. E. 62nd Street
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N. E. 2nd AvenuePhone 7-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
in
DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP.
"We specialize in building one and two-family
homes and additions.'
P. DIAZ NATHAN DAVIDOW
Free Estimates -:- We Get You the Loan
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
ELLIS ELECTRIC CO.
SALES SERVICE
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC WIRING
Phone 48-5141
275 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FENNER IRON
ORNAMENTAL METAL
CRAFTSMEN DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS
3672 Coral Way Phone 48-3929
BEST WISHES
THIS YOUR HOLIDAYS
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
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romAY. DECEMBER 24, 1948
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Miami Produce Co.
1083 N. W. 21st Terrace Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS
DRAKE & DRAKE
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
3825 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2021
TO ALL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
ST. JOHNS ELECTRIC COMPANY
ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS
JOHN SCHRAEDEL m. Owner
83 S.W. 8th Street Phone 9-0463
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
in
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
"Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market"
5841 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5744
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JAMES P. STUART
MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
1240 Ingraham Building
Phone 3-6653
GREETINGS
HOSACK ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE REPAIRING
624 N. W. 62nd St.
Phone 7-6831 ,
+Je*istrk>rldllr>ri
Jews In Sports
The funniest and rr.ost tragir
story of the football season oc-
curred in Denver, Colorado this
PMt fortni^.t. Harry Bitman, a
tfilor sponsoring a grid radio
show, was hit by an avalanche
n^Lf T0St Saw his business
ruined because listeners to hLs
radio program featuring a D sport columnist guessed all ten
games right on his show.
Bitman offered a suit to every
listener who picked the winners
of the week's biggest games. For
five weeks nobody picked all ten
games. Finally nine people hit cor-
rectly. The sports columnist told
his sponsor, Bitman, to pay off,
it could never happen again. The
next week 412 people guessed cor-
rectly for suits totaling over
$22,000.
Bitman was ready to collapse
He says, "At first I wanted to cut
my throat." Later he announced
that he would pay off a few suits
a week until the debt was honored
completely. He will have to add
an annex to his factory in order
to manufacture more suits since
normally he turns out five gar-
ments per day. The story hit
every radio news service and
gained Bitman so much publicity
that a national radio show put
him on immediately. There is a
good chance that he will benefit
by the notoriety and will event-
ually make up his huge loss. At
any rate he has gained in good
will and is the toast of the Rockies
these days.

The biggest and best is yet to
come for the National B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association as plans are
moving forward for the 1949 na-
tional tournament, scheduled in
February.
With some 650 teams expected
to vie for honors in three section-
alsalmost 100 more than in '48
Sec. Maurice Marenberg of
Toledo, Ohio, called the Daddy
of B'nai B'rith bowling, expects
the '49 tourney to be the biggest
yet.
Sectional tournaments are
scheduled in South Bend. Detroit
and Louisville. The South Bend
sectional is carded for Feb. 6-7.
the other two on Feb. 13-14. In
each city, the best town bowlers
will roll the week before in order
that more visiting delegations car.
be accommodated.
Detroit will handle 220 out of
town teams. Louisville will take
care of 140 and South Bend 90.
Deadline for entries is Dec. 15
and under present plans there
are openings for 56 teams. Teams
which competed in former years
are given preference.
Something new will be added
to the national roll-off this year.
This year, the sectional winners
in single events will also compete
for a national title along with the
team winners. Last year. Cleve-
land University lodge won the
roll-off heM at Chicago.
Jules Lentin of Chicago heads
a committee named to select a
neutral site for the roll-off. Work-
ing with him will be Ben Tolpen
of Columbus, Frank Berman of
Milwaukee and Sam Eisenstem
of Toledo. Columbus. Ohio u> be-
ing mentioned as the probable
site for the roll-off. The sectional
winners are brought to the roll-
off site with all expenses paid.
Louis Perlin, Louisville. K>.
veteran bowling association work-
er is president of the National
Association this year. Offiria
recently met in Kansas City to
make sectional plans.__________
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc.
303 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401
DOJVT TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
TO ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. & Sec.
H. Goyen, Trees.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. A" uoaeb
BONACKER & LEIGH, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P- O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13. Florida
GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9891
SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR
2215-25 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS


To ALL
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
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3710 Collins Ave.
HOTEL
Phone 5-5339
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
Realtor
420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 2-8194
1301 West Flagler Street Phone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4461
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY
TILE MARBLE TERAZZO
2500 S. W. 28th Lane
4-6037
PHONES
4-4475
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
If. SIEGEL
RECEIVER AND DISTRIBUTOR
OF FRUIT AND PRODUCE
CARLOAD LOT ONLY
Phone 3-5340
$
TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS
The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N. W. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6479


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948
SOL BLOOM
k, NORMAN *4 SOI MODEL
***i KHOQA t. SIMON
ORMER SHOWMAN, TIcATRE
OWNER, PROMOTER,REAL ESTATE
OPERATOR, AND CONGRESSIONAL
REPRESENTATIVE OF ONE OF THE
WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS IN THE
COUNTRY--
BORN IN ILLINOIS IN 1870 OF
POOR POLISH JEWISH ORTHO-
DOX IMMIGRANTS, THE
YOUNGSTER GOT LITTLE SCHOOL-
ING ANP HAD TO SELL NEWS-
PAPERS FOR A LIVING.
WHtN HIS FAMILY MOVED TO SAN
FRANCISCO, HE GOT A JOB IN A
BRUSH FACTORY AT THE AGE OF
EIGHT/HIS REMARKABLE MEMOir
SOON BROUGHT PROMOTION TO
BOOKKEEPER.
AT THE AGE OF 13 HE WORKED IN
TNI BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE SAN
FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.SOON
THEREAFTER THE Y00N6STER BE-
CAME A THEATRE PUBLICITY A6SNT
AND MADE A WEALTH OF CONTACTS.
AFTER INVESTING HEAVILY IN VARIOUS
ENTERPRISES, BLOOM WAS READY TO RETIRE
AT THE AGE OF / INSTEAD, HE WAS
IRVITED TO DIRECT THE MIDWAY AT THE
CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR IN 1895.

REMAINING IN CHICA60, BLOOM BUILT
UP A CHAIN OF 80 MUSIC STORES,AND
MADE A FORTUNE PUBLISHING SHEET MUSK.
IN 1910 HE CAME TO NEW YORK AND WENT
INTO REAL ESTATE AND CONSTRUCTION.
DURIN6 THESE YEARS, HE MADE MANY
POLITICAL FRIENDS. BLOOM WAS ELECTED
REPRE5ENTATIVE TO CONGRESS ON THE
DEMOCRATIC TICKET IN I9H, AND HAS BEEN
SELECTED EVERY TERM SINCE. ;r
KNOWN AS A LIBERAL LEGISLATOR AND
CLOSE FRIEND OF PRfS. ROOSEVELT,BLOOM
ALSO RATES AS A STUDENT OF AMERICAN
HISTORY-PARTICULARLY OF THE GEORGE
WASHINGTON ERA AND OF THE CONSTI-
TUTION .
IN 1939, HE BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE FOREIGN
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. SINCE THEN HE HAS ACTIVELY
DEVOTED HIMSELF TO STIFLING REACTIONARY
MEASURES AND AIDING PROGRESSIVE CAUSES...
Jewish Answerman (Continued from Page 21) culture and the Greek way of life. 15. He ordered the Jews to abandon their sacred religious practices and to worship Greek idols, TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782 GREETINGS SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Successor to Whaler's MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE 72 W. Flagler St. Opposite Courthouse Established in 1887 Ph. 2-5996 Aqui se Habla Espanol
erecting altars in every town and village. 16. Mattathias, the High Priest, with his five sons; Modin. 17. Hannah. 18. Judas Maccabeus; from the following inscription on Judas' banner: "Mi Kamokha Baelim Adonai" ("Who is like unto Thee, among the mighty, O Lord?"). The initial letters in this Hebrew TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA V. J. II01 4 II lit 1 COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA L L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357

sentence make up the MKBI. 19. Emmaus (165 B.C.E.). 20. He proceeded to cleanse and to rededicate the Holy Temple. S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Richie Plumbing Supply, Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES

DIXIE CURB 2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami, Fla. Branch: 810 N. W. 79th St. Telephone 7-5110 Miami, Florida
THE LEVIN FAMILY
MARKET
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY LAND TITLE COMPANY Biscayne Building 1061 Dade Boulevard Miami Miami Beach, Florida
Quality Groceries and Meats R. E. and M. J. MAIN, Owners 6212 N. E. Second Ave. MIAMI 38. FLA. PHONE 7-0881
GREETINGS ... La Vigne Electric Company I


HAPPY CHANUKA
eUt
TO ALL WANT TO BUY A BUSINESS? Call 82-3461 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE COLUMRIA RAKING COMPANY 38 N.W. Seventh StreetPhone 2-1759

The Finest in Business
Opportunities SUPREME ENTERPRISES 1867 W. Flagler St. Irene Rich Church, Owner HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTE
MIAMI BEACH

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SEASON'S GREETINGS East Coast Fisheries, Ine. West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional Opposite Huntington Bldfl. 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463 MAY THE HOLIDAY SEASON PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735