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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 21NUMBER 52
OSTo
Israelis Ordered
To Return to Line
Of Nov. 4 Truce
PARISThe United Nations
Security Council Wednesday or-
dered Arabs and Jews to cease
fire in Palestine and to open ar-
mistice negotiations at once.
The council also ordered the
Israeli government to withdraw
its armed forces to the November
4 truce line.
The order followed a British
charge that Israeli forces invaded
Egypt for 20 miles at a point only
100 miles from the Suez canal.
The resolution on Palestine pro-
duced by the British struck chief-
ly at Israel since the lines marked
out by the United Nations barred
the Jews from Southern Pales-
tine's Negev desert.
Most of the fighting has occur-
red near Gaza, site of the Arab
provisional government, and near
Rafa also in territory allotted the
Arabs.
The United States, which fre-
quently has chided the Russians
for awaiting Kremlin instruction,
apparently did not vote because
orders were not received from
Washington, a spokesman said.
The council's resolution ordered
its special Palestine committee to
report on compliance Jan. 7 at
Lake Success. This committee is
empowered to study possible
sanctions and even armed United
Nations intervention under chap-
ter 7 of the charter.
Singer Appoints Unit
Heads For 1949 Drive
William D. Singer, chairman of
the 1949 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, has announced the appoint-
ment of the following solicitation
units chairmen: Sam Blank, ini-
tial gifts; Jack Ablin, winter resi-
dents; Herbert E. Scher and Dan
Ruskin, trades; Samuel Rivkind,
hotels; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, worn-
ens gifts:; George Chertkof, met-
ropolitan; Irving Cypen, young
adults.
The following have been named
M delegates to represent Miami
at the general assmbly of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to be
Jeld in Philadelphia January 14.
and 16: Abe Goodman, Jacob
er, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and
rs- Benjamin Meyers. Altern-
ates include: Herbert E. Sher,
Mrs. L0U1S Glasseri Irving Franke,
and George Chertkof.
Clay To Turn Over
Ike Koch To Germans
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Gen.
Lucius D. Clay, American com-
wander in Germany, has agreed
'o hand over fee Koch to the
S>, S in the Soviet 2ne for
week "wa5,, rePrted here this
mnt i Clay si*ned the com-
Ration of sentence from life
mpmor.ment to four years for
e widow of a former command-
""of the Buchenwald concen-
rat.on Camp who was accused of
Sh iUman skin for lampshades
a^ other articles.
.AjWrdtag to the report, the
extrL. permit Frau Koch's
Rui a''? t0 Thungi*. in the
wh?n ? ne> xn October 1949,
iscomn?r.P[eS6nt four-year term
ZlT requested extradition
i* iLPSSag0- *** char*e
German ?,th brutalitv toward
wman nationals.
Federation Members To Decide Whether!* anad, **
Campaign Will Include Building Funds IKSKKL
The cozens of the Jewish community will be qiven an op-
portumty by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to vote as to
whether building funds for expanding and modernizing institu-
tional structures in this area will be included in the 1949
Combined Jewish Appeal. In addition, they will be permitted
to suggest the amount to be al-
located for this purpose.
When the Federation was
formed ten years ago, it was
given only the right to organize
campaigns for maintenance funds.
but last year an amendment to the
organization's constitution was
passed, fixing the responsibility
for the building fund campaigns
for local beneficiary agencies with
the Federation.
Because of the unprecendented
needs overseas, the emphasis in
previous years has been on funds
earmarked for there. As a con-
sequence little money has been
allocated for building in this area
and present buildings are inade-
quate for Miami's increasing pop-
ulation, according to a statement
made by Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man of the community planning
committee.
Pending its final report, Fed-
eration's Community Planning
Committee has recommended that
a building fund allocation sug-
gested at $200,000 to $300,000 be
OTTAWA, (JTA)The Cana-
dian government has granted Is-
rael de facto recognition, it was
announced here this week by
Lester Pearson, Minister for Ex-
ternal Affairs, at a press confer-
ence. Pearson said that Israel had
given "satisfactory proof" of com-
plying with the essential condi-
tions of statehood.
Change Of Policy
HAVANA, Cuba, (JTA)Dr.
I. Alvarez, newly-appointed Cub-
an representative to the United
Nations, this week received a
Zionist delegation and assured its
nvmbers that he will revise the
negative attitude toward Israel
added to the 1949 campaign as, taken by his predecessor, who
the first step in a comprehensive '
five-year building plan.
(Continued on Page 4)
voted against the Nov. 29, 1947,
U.N. partition decision. Alvarez
will assume his new duties in
January.
Today As Then
i i mhk the first Chanuka since the establishment of the
ThU year'. ob.ervance of the feUval of Lights the n ^ celebraJed Jeru8aiem 2113 years
State of Israel, is in many respects JJBJ^ then> Israel is rejoicing to its regained in-
ago after the heroic yictory of the MM"***? fJJU its territorial integrity and to safeguard its
dependence. Today, as then. teMl is|jd upon to del ^ o{ ght against might
libeTtv in a Maccabean struggle of the few "gains! d eilher t0 hve or die nobly, fought
lib.; y in a Maccabean struggle of the few sga>ns ^ eilher t0 Uv, or &W*W
Tne modern Maccabees who are. like flj enler Israel and to be settled on the land
for and won the right for uprootedand horn ele ..Jews t d fay the st te 0 Ia and ti high
Sl-|?t?Sr5-S 3SS2s^KK IMOi P-r month.
Egyptians Offered
Peace; Jews Claim
Victory At Negev
TEL AVIV, (JTA)-A major
battle is still in progress in two
sectors of the Negev front, it was
indicated here this week by un-
official Israeli and Arab sources.
Official news has virtually been
cut off by the imposition of a
ligid security blackout on news
emanating from Tel Aviv.
It is understood that more
heavy guns, tanks and aircraft
have been committed by both
sides in this battle than in any
previous fighting in Palestine. An
Israeli spokesman did not deny
that considerable forces are en-
gaged over two fairly large areas
reportedly southeast of Gaza
and somewhat further south, in
the direction of the Egyptian bor-
der. Arab radio reports, monitored
here, indicate a growing fear
among the Arabs of an impending
complete victory for the Jews in
the Negev.
An Israeli spokesman confirmed
that the Israelis' offer of peace
to the Egyptians still stands. How-
ever, he refused to state if a time
limit were attached to the offer.
He said that the Egyptians could
indicate acceptance by nominat-
ing a representative to participate
in armistice talks. Although Is-
rael prefers direct negotiations,
he said, mediation is also accept-
able.
"The Egyptian troops in the
field, their commanders and even
the Egyptian politicians back
home would like to quit fighting,
but do not know how," the
spokesman declared. He revealed
that the Egyptians are still deep
in Israeli territory at Faluja and
other points. He denied that the
Israelis were locked in combat
with Egyptian and Arab Legion
soldiers in the Hebron area.
This week Tel Aviv was under
an air alert for the third time in
two days. Arab planes dropped a
considerable load of bombs east
of the Israeli capital. U.N. head-
quarters reported that observers
had counted 90 bombs dropped by
Jewish warplanes in the Gaza-el
Arish-Khan Yunis area, but that
it was impossible to estimate the
damage.
Meanwhile, an Israeli spokes-
man said Wednesday in Tel Aviv
that the six day battle for the
Negev was virtually over and that
Jewish troops were mopping up
Egyptian forces in the desert area
of South Palestine.
He said scattered air and ground
fighting continued, but on re-
duced scale. "Some" prisoners and
war booty were seized by the Is-
raelis, the spokesman said, but he
gave no details.
Albert K. Epstein Pres.
Of Ampal, Dies
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Albert K.
Epstein, of Chicago, president of
the AMPAL, American Palestine
Trading Co., died here suddenly
of a heart attack. He was 58 years
old and was visiting here for the
first time since the establishment
of Israel. A well-known chemist
in Chicago, Mr. Epstein was ac-
tive in numerous Jewish welfare
and Zionist causes. He served in
leadership positions in the Jew-
ish National Fund, Jewish Wel-
fare Fund, and Board of Jewish
Education in Chicago.


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
E. Max Goldstein
Dies In Auto Crash
E. Max Goldstein, prominent
Miami Beach attorney and chair-
man of the Miami Area Rent Ad-
visory Board, was killed and three
other persons were injured at 1
p.m. Tuesday in a three-car crash
along Indian Creek Waterway.
Goldstein was riding in a car
with three other members of his
law firm, including Jack D.
Burris, 3185 Sheridan Ave., Na-
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E. Max Goldstein
DP Waif Lights First Chanuka
Candle At HIAS N. Y. Shelter
Dennis Cohen. 10-year-old Belgian DP. living at the HIAS
(Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) Shelter. 425 Lafayette St New
York, lights the first candle at sundown. Sunday. December M.
that inaugurated Chanuka. the Feast of Lights commemorating
Ee famous victory of the Maccabees, the ancient Hebrew hoes
who drove an invading army out of Palestine The boy s father was
shot down in a Brussels street by a Nazi patrol. Dennis, who speaks
several languages, is now attending school in New York. He was
brought to the U.S. by HIAS. along with his mother, from Brussels.
The Menorah (traditional candelabrum) was made by a Jew-
ish sculptor in a German DP camp and sent to Isaac L. Asolsky.
executive director of HIAS. as a token of the artist I.appreciation
to HIAS who arranged his immigration to the U.S. The Menorah
was made first in plasticine, then as a wooden model, and finally
in three metal sections. Upon completion, it was sent to be used in
the synagogue of the HIAS New York Shelter._____________
thaniel Klein, 3040 Alton Road,
and his brother, Morris, who suf-
fered head injuries.
Goldstein, 43, has been one of
the chief figures in the explosive
rent decontrol hearings recently
concluded in Miami. He was the
public interest representative.
An AAF combat intelligence of-
ficer for 34 months during the
war, Goldstein served more than
a year in China and India. As a
captain he wore two battle stars
and a Presidential Unit citation
ribbon.
A graduate of the University of
Florida Law School, he practiced
law in Miami 16 years prior to
entering the service. As a foot-
ball player at the University of
Florida, Goldstein was the first
player in the history of the school
to win all-Southern honors for
three years.
In 1941 he served as a member
of the circuit court commission
which conducted a thorough in-
vestigation of the Miami divorce
mill.
Goldstein was president of the
Temple Israel Men's Club and
was division head of one of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
solicitation units.
Funeral services were held in
Temple Israel Wednesday. Rabbi
Colman Zwitman officiated, as-
sisted by Rabbis Jacob Kaplan
and Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches.
The Jewish War Veterans, of
which Goldstein was past com-
mander, conducted services at the
graveside.
Goldstein was born in Orange,
N. J. and moved to Jacksonville
in 1915. He is survived by his
wife, Laura; a son, Stephen, 10;
a daughter, Jane, 7; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein;
a brother, William; a sister, Mrs.
Reggie Wcinklc, all of Miami and
Miami Beach.
Interment took place in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Temple Israel Women
To Hold Luncheon Meet
First function of the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel in 1949 will be
a luncheon-meeting, Monday at
12:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall of the
Temple.
Theme of the program arranged
by Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman,
Sisterhood program chairman, is
"Your Health and Your Commun-
ity in 1949." A panel on vital
community health projects will
be discussed by the leaders of
these projects themselves.
Featured in the panel will be:
Dr. Murray Sanders, one of Amer-
ica's leading resevch professors,
formerly head of the U. S. Army
Medical Research Division and
currently professor of bacterio-
logy and medical research at Uni-
versity of Miami; Dr. Carlos T.
Lamar, president, Miami Diabetic
Association; Dr. John Elliott, di-
rector and founder, Dade County
Blood Bank, and Dr. Herman
Selinsky, leader, Florida Mental
Health Society. Mrs. Nat L. Wil-
liams, will be moderator for the
program.
The musical program will be
rendered by Edward L. Pastroff.
Mrs. Isaac Levin, president, will
preside at a short business meet-
ing.
Luncheon committee includes:
Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. Albert
J. Hirsch, co-chairman, and Mes-
dames Harvey Fleischman, Henry
Hirsch, Maxwell Hyman, Harry
Nevins, Al Jacoby, Norman A.
Rossman, Elry Stone and Louis
Zeientz.
Beth Tfilah To
Install Officers
Installation of newly elected of-
ficers of Congregation Beth Tfilah
will take place Sunday at 7 p.m.
at the synagogue.
Dr. David S. Andron will in-
stall the officers who include: Is-
rael Diamond, president; H. Zeid-
man, vice president; Simon Hill,
treasurer; I. Sobel, recording sec-
retary; Ira Shulman, correspond-
ing secretary.
A musical program and refresh-
ments will follow the ceremony.
The public is invited to attend.
The Chevrah Mishnayos of Beth
Tfilah will hold a meeting to-
morrow night at 8 o'clock at the
synagogue. Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ovsky and others will address
the meeting. A melava malkeh
will follow with the Rev. and
Mrs. M. Katz as hosts.
Mizrachi Women To Meet
The Miami Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will meet Thursday at
1:30 p.m. in the Miami Y, ac-
cording to Mrs. Harry Steinbach.
newly installed president. Plans
for the rehabilitation of orphans
of war-torn Europe will be dis-
cussed.
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ray_DECEMBER 31. 1948
^Jeni st fhrid/air
"Between You and Me3'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
H.pPY NEW YEAR:
^e year of 1949 holds out good
pises for I-el Israeli
eaders expect to reach a peace
UementwithTransjordanw.th-
l ,hree months, desp.te difficul-
L w th Egypt And President
Sman has quietly promised
Eh leaders that no matter
that the world situation may be,
ftffl see to it that Israel is
riven de jure recognition by the
imited States immediately after
Z Israeli national elections
"hich are scheduled for the end
1 January ... He also assured
Ln of other forms of American
oolitical aid to Israel Israeli
Jmissaries in the United States
are at present hard at work be-
hind the scene to secure, as quick-
ly as possible, the $100,000,000
loan from the Export-Import
Bank The question of the
loan now overshadows all other
interests which the government of
Israel has in the United States
This is because the financial
situation of the Jewish state is
such that it requires urgent ac-
tion to cover immediate obliga-
tions and to maintain economic
stability Incidentally, Ameri-
can Jews planning to make in-
vestments in Israel will soon find
it very profitable to do so .
The economic department of the
Jewish Agency is seeking to re-
move the dual exchange rate ob-
stacles which now prevail in Is-
rael ... At present the Israeli
pound is exchanged for three
dollars abroad and four dollars in-
side the country Both rates
are official Some foreign in-
vestors would like to see a single,
stabilized rate of exchange, and
the Jewish Agency, which pro-
motes investments in Israel, is
working in this direction.

THE SAME HERE:
The new year also holds out
good promises for Jewish activi-
ties in the United States ... All
organizations which are engaged
in combatting anti-Semitism agree
that bigotry will decline in 1949
as it did in the year just concluded
.. And there is great and justi-
fied optimism among Jewish lead-
ers that the new Congress, start-
ing its session in January, will
amend the DP law in a way
which will enable more displaced
Jews to enter the United States
This despite the threat of
certain non-Jewish groups who
blame Jewish organizations for
the unfavorable publicity in the
American press on the method
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of selecting DP's in Germany for
emigration Leaders of some
of these non-Jewish groups went
very far with unfriendly intima-
tions to leaders of various Jewish
organizations in this country .
Nevertheless, there is good ground
to believe that neither President
Truman nor the new Congress will
be influenced by any campaign
against liberalization of the pres-
ent DP law which Truman has
termed as "anti-Jewish" And
speaking of increased admission
of displaced Jews, we learn that
the question of coordinating Jew-
ish refugee service in America is
now being seriously studied by
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds Progress
in eliminating duplication in
European migration work has
been achieved following the re-
cent JDC-HIAS-USNA agreement
on DP immigration.
* *
COMMUNAL TRENDS:
The Jewish communities are
now directly participating in the
negotiations for a contract be-
tween the J.D.C. and the U.P.A.
concerning the United Jewish
Appeal for 1949 This is con-
sidered a further step in the move-
ment for a "partnership" between
the national agencies and the
local Jewish communities The
first step was made recently when
the U.P.A. agreed that 40 percent
of the membership on its govern-
ing bodies be designated by the
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds ... In the present ne-
gotiations for the renewal of the
U.J.A. agreement the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds is represented by three
members This representation
was agreed to by the J.D.C. and
the U.P.A., the two major part-
ners of the United Jewish Appeal
. The three-man representation
is concerned chiefly with present-
ing the views of the welfare funds
which will have responsibility for
raising the son-to-be-announced
U.J.A. quota The question of
the extent of community partner-
ship in setting policy and ad-
ministration for the 1949 U.J.A.
will be discussed at the General
Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds in Philadelphia on January
15 The Assembly will also
discuss the extent to which the
Natioinal Community Relations
Advisory Council has been suc-
cessful in eliminating duplication
among civic-protective agencies
... A special session wil be de-
voted to the question of "partner-
ship" between national agencies
and the local communities .
Leaders of the welfare funds are
now promoting the idea that "na-
tional agencies must be responsive
and responsible to the Jewish
communities."

THE LIGHTER SIDE:
American publishers have been
busy publishing too many serious
books The reaction of the
reader to such books is most evi-
dent in the slump in the book
r.art Simon and Schuster one
of the leading publishing houses
Murray G. Cohen
At the annual meeting of Beth
David Congregation held in the
Talmud Torah Sunday Dec.
19th, the following were elected
to serve as officers and board of
directors for the ensuing year:
Murray G. Cohen, president; Ber-
nard A. Sterling, vice president;
Sidney Lefcourt, recording secre-
tary; Frank A. Rose, financial
secretary; Harry Simons, treas-
urer.
Serving on the board are: Alex
Cohen, Sam Dickson, Harry Mark-
owitz, Jacob Sher and Alex
Stiebel. Board members who
were re-elected are: Jack August,
Louis Heiman, Stanley C. Myers,
Herbert Scher and S. J. Spector.
Jewish Quiz Box
Q.:Whal do the inscribed letters
represent on the "dreidel?"
A.: The "dreidel" has four sides
which are inscribed with the
letters "Nun," "Gimel," "Heh"
and "Shin," respectively. As far
as the actual game is concerned,
they represent the four German
words "Nichts," "Gans," "Halb,"
and "Shtel," which mean "Noth-
ing," "All," "Half," and "Part,"
respectively. Thus, they show eacl
player's destined gains and losses,
depending upon which side comes
out on top during his spin.
These four letters have still an-
other significance. They indicate
the first letters of the four words
"Nes Gadol Hayah Shorn," which
means (in Hebrew) "A great mir-
acle happened there." In this re-
spect the little top is a reminder
of the miracle of Chanuka.
Q.: Why is it customary to eat
cheese delicacies on Chanuka?
A.: The explanation for this
custom is usually connected with
the story of Judith who performed
a great deed during the heroic
exploits of the Maccabees. Judith,
according to the story, fed cheese
PAGE THREE
to the leader of the Jewish foes
in a successful attempt to make
him thirsty for wine. When he
became drunk, she beheaded him
and carried off his head in a sack.
This act encouraged the Jewish
defenders and in time the enemy
fled from the Jews. As a reminder
of this brave feat, we serve
cheese delicacies on Chanuka.
in the country, have therefore
taken to providing the reader
with literature of the humorous
type Two such books just
published by them are "Wine,
Women and Words" by Billy Rose
and "Shake Well Before Using"
bv Bennet Ccrf Both authors
are Jews, and Billy Rose is espe-
cially keen on emphasizing the
fact that he was born to a poor
Jewish family on New York's
lower East Side ... His book is
a combination of autobiography
and anecdotes written in a sparkl-
ing humorous tone One really
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
31. 11
EDITORIAL
What You Say Goes
This week a message was mailed to the entire
Federation mailing list, approximately 10,000
heads of families. The message in the form of a
brochure was titled uniquely "What YOU say:
goes." We say unique because it presents an
opportunity for the individual member of the com
munity to express himself on an important phase
of what is to be done with the funds contributed.
It is an opportunity for the perennial gripers to
participate in a decision affecting the growth and
progress of the communitya privilege claimed
to be denied them.
Should funds for new buildings be included in
the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal and if so what
amount or portion of the funds raised should be
set aside for that purpose, is the question.
The message mailed this week tells of the
problems facing the community with regard to
the physical needs of the organizations how
the area has grown from 7,500 to an estimated
40,000 .. how the buildings housing these groups
have not kept pace with the rise in population .
the overtaxing of present structures the in-
adequacies of existing facilities.
We reprint several paragraphs from the mes-
sage emphasizing poignant facts:
"Whichever way we turn, we find the same
conditions ... no structure in the city large
enough for a community mass meeting ... no
building where organizations can find adequate
meeting rooms ... no recreational or group
work programs in the growing section of Coral
Gables, North Miami, West Miami and other
areas.
"Because of the unprecedented needs over-
seas, we have, from year to year, limited our
building programs. But we can no longer afford
this luxury of delay. Tomorrow will not wait for
us. Ours is a race with Time and Time is
running out.
"Statisticians, economists and social plan-
ners are convinced that within the next five
years, the Greater Miami Jewish community
will be as large as the Jewish community of
Pittsburgh. To provide for the buildings and
communal facilities needed by a community of
this size (estimated at over 75,000) calls for
concerted action by everyone through Federa-
tion as the central agency of the community.
"Our community's building program must be
scientifically planned. We cannot afford piece-
meal patchwork in community building. Based
on the experience of the past, we must look
forward and undertake a wise program of
construction and welfare planning for the total
community. It is only by long-range planning
for the future that we can solve the problems
of the future.
BRING THEM IN!
"Federation's Community Planning Commit-
tee has recommended that a Building Fund
allocation for expanding and modernizing our
institutional structuressuggested at $200,000
to $300,000be added to the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal as the FIRST step in a com-
prehensive five-year building plan. This would
be one of several methods to be employed in
raising the large sums needed to modernize,
improve and enlarge our community facilities.
"In accepting this report, Federation's Execu-
tive Committee stipulated that the Federation
membership voice its opinion on this problem.
It is YOU, THE PEOPLE, who will be asked to
contribute your money and your efforts to the
future pattern of our welfare institutions. It is
therefore right that YOU, THE PEOPLE, who
will eventually be called upon to finance these
needs, be asked to say whether, in 1949, the
proposed first portion of our Building Fund
project be added to the goal of our forthcoming
campaign.
"We stand today on the threshold of another
milestone in our evolution and development as
a major American Jewish Community. We have
made marked progress up to this momentbut
we are still in the pioneering stage. How shall
we meet the Challenge and the Opportunity
that now is ours?"
We are in favor of inaugurating a policy of
setting aside a substantial sum of money for
Israel's Future
There were times in the past when we violent!
censured Dr. Ralph Bunche for his role and col
duct as U.N. Palestine mediator. We felta
we believe justly sothat he often followed th
British Palestine policy too closely, particular!
with regard to the Bernadotte plan, to effective]
carry out his assignment as impartial mediate
There were times when, it seemed to us, he
peared to be leaning toward the Arab side
major and minor issues as well. Frankly speal
ing, we did not like his approach when question
of truce violations were involved.
We were, therefore, delighted to read the rec
warm statement he made on his return fro3
Paris. His assertion that Israel's future was briqB
and that the new state was "firmly established]
should serve to remind certain wavering element
in Washington that nothing can be gained frori
playing the British game. We are inclined t
share his view that the war in Palestine is ove
and that the entire problem is well on the way
final solution, but for a different reasonbecau
Israel's might on the battle fields and its
telligence on the diplomatic front made no othe
solution possible.
However, there still are disturbing factors
the situation. The failure of the Security Counc
to approve Israel's application for U.N. membeJ
ship will certainly not contribute to peace in thl
Middle East. Whatever one may think about thl
advisability of Israel becoming a member of thl
U.N. now, it cannot be gainsaid that favorabli
action by the Security Council on Israel's at
plication would have had a sobering effect on th3
Arab troublemakers who are feeding on Britisj
inspiration and money. Nor is it clear yet at thl
time what direction the three-nation conciliation
commission will be taking. China is definitel]
hostile. France, judging from its posiition on th
Israeli membership application, will act with
eye toward its general Middle East policy. Thj
only nation on the commission with a definiti
attitudeproviding of course we do not in thl
interim witness one of those changes Washington
has been in the habit of springing in the pastI
the United States.
Palestine, indeed, is on the way to peace, pro
viding of course no outside forces are permittej
to upset the delicate balance achieved through
war and diplomacy and, providing further, tha
the U.N. ceases being a vassal of British imperic
ism and Bevin's whims.
capital funds expenditures by local organizatioi
to be raised as part of the annual campaign.
We strongly urge everyone to express thei|
opinion and thoughts as Federation has state
its "action will be guided by your opinion. It's ud
to you to say what shall be done."
Federation Members To Decide Whether
Campaign Will Include Building Funds
(Continued from Page 1)
In accepting the report, the
Federation's executive committee
stipulated that the Federation
membership voice its opinion on
this problem. "It is you the peo-
ple," they reported, "who will be
asked to contribute your money
and your efforts to the pattern of
our welfare institutions. It is
therefore right that you the
people, who will eventually be
called upon to finance these
needs, be asked to say whether
the proposed project be included
in the forthcoming campaign.
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What you say: goes!'
Post cards on which each Fed-
eration member may express his
opinion on this matter have been
sent and the Federation is await-
ing their return.
In its scope as a central plan-
ning agency designed to make
recommendations for the recrea-
tional, educational and health
needs of the community, the Fed-
eration organized a population
survey last November.
The workers who volunteered
to assist with this project have
completed their assignment and
professional canvassers, composed
of University of Miami students,
are now conducting a sample sur-
vey to authenticate the findings
of the volunteers.
The population survey is the
second since the Federation was
organized, and is under the chair-
manship of M. J. Kopelowitz.
Also on the committee are: Mrs.
Frances Daniels, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner, Abe Gannes, Louis Touby.
Morris Jacobs, Mrs. H. Platoff.
Normar Rossrr.an, Max Meisel,
Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis
Glasser nd Maurice Grossman.
Jewish Book Month Is Observed By American Jewry

Volume 21 Number 52
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
KISLEV 29, 5709
PARIS, (JTA> United Nations
acting mediator Ralph J. Bunche
this reek reported to the Securi-
ty Council in Paris that he had
no knowlcdga of incident* whi.-1-
might be considered as having
provoked the current fighting in
the Negev. In his cable to the
Council, which was published by
uCw 8S!n2 y P015."181" ial event in Jewish lifeJewish Book Monthconcluded December 26.
Book Month is Project of Jewish Book Council, which operates under sponsorship of National Jewish
tSSSFmSSf ESS Upper lef-t: Exhibit of Jewi8h books Charleston. S. C. Jewish Community
!"! "ppe,r 2ffi Representatives of Jo wish libraries in several communities receiving Jewish
53h. i5 "J? nS Jr *une ot Jowish book collections (Miami). Lower left: Jewish booK
^/I"B5t^TuMiTubS!g.munitT Conter-Lower right: Jewi8h Book Month pos,er anl_
UN. headquarters here, the act- to consider Arab charges of Is-, side, Dr. Bunche charged the Jew
ing mediator complained of Is- raeli truce violations in the Negev I with "a most serious cbstructioj
raeli denial of access to the fight-. Although he refused to lay the I of the truce" in relusing acces1
ingfront. The Council is slated I blame for the battle on either I to U.N. observers.


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^HSOXAIXY SPEAKING ^
d Mrs. Max Greenberg of Miami Beach celebrated
\Jw second wedding anniversary.
and Mrs. Asriel B. Sakowitz, 1533 S.W. 3rd St., have as
ests their daughter, Mrs. Sid Quinn, and her son, Neal
i and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Debby Sachs and her
""S Jay Law16"06 and Susan Roberta- They will remain
, jor a month.
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Mr and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th St., will be
to their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arrndt, their daughter,
Allen Daniel, and her children, annual winter visitors
Jj pj00klyn, at the Orange Bowl game and at a family dinner
wing the game. + + +
Mme Anna Shomer Rothenberg will appear at Miss Ber-
Foster's weekly musicale at the Foster estate Thursday,
January 6. +< -fc
Miss Gertrude Margolis, a former Miamian who has been
, in Thicaao for the past two years, is visiting her parents,
Pnd Mrs. Harry Mandel, 1020 S.W. 3rd St.
Mj and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, 1361 Meridian Ave., are
hosts to their niece, Arlyne Israels, who is vacationing from
her studies at the Medical College of Virginia.
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Mr and Mrs. Harry Stitsky of New York City are guests at
Evans' Governor Hotel, Miami Beach. The Stitskys are the pa-
rents of Morton Stitsky, whose engagement to Eve Naomi Mach-
tei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, was announced
recently. *
Dr. Mayer B. A. Shier, New York, who is vacationing at the
Blue Horizon Hotel, Miami Beach, is being entertained by his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shier, 513 West Flagler St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Mai Englander, 747 West Ave., Miami Beach,
are holding open house this afternoon from 2 to 6 in honor
of their daughter Nicki's third birthday. All friends are invited.
The new "Town & Beach Club," located on the ocean at Lincoln Road is slated to be the ultimate
luxury cabana colonies when it is completed in three or four creeks. The club is being constructed
of one-hall million dollars by the Sirkin familyHarry. Milton and Eddie.
in luxury
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Obituaries
JACK ROSEN
44. <>f 4."i2m s W. Mh St., passed awaj
December 86. He i* survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mis Harris Rosen
Liergenfleld, N. J.; two brothers, Daniel
I', and Matt, Miami; two sist:s, Mrs
Pantile Borkow. Bergenfield, N. J., ami
Mi.~ Reba Weber, Palisades Park, N.
J. Remains were nnt to Newark for
services and Interment by tn-- uordun
Funeral Home.
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LOUIS FONSTEIN
65, of 800 Pennsylvania Ave ,
Beach, dii-ii Decembei -5. He was >
wntrhmaker with offices on N E Isl
Ave. He leaves one nephew, Joachim
Kleinman of Blmhurst, N. .1. Services
were held at Cordon Funeral Home
Tuesday.
MRS. BERTHA BRICK
of 1036 Lenox Ave. Miami Beach,
died in a local hospital on December
89. She was a member of Hadassah,
American Jewish Congress, National
Council of Jewish Women and the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sister-
1.....i. Survivors Include her husband.
Archie; two daughters, Joan and Ann;
and a sister, Clara. Services were held
at the Riverside Memorial Chapel on
Miami Beach with Rabbi Irving Dehr-
man officiating. Burial was in Mt,
Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE SILBERMAN
41. of 6911 S.W. 18th St., died this
week. She is survived by her husband,
Abraham; a son. Stanley; a daughter,
Sandra; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham i.ipson. two brothers, Ben
and Paul I.ipson. Services Were held
at the Riverside Memorial Chapel In
Miami Monday.
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MRS. CLARA STRAUSS
68. of 3S5 S. W. 18th Ave.. passed
awav suddenly December 2V .-he
leaves one sister. Mrs. Cells Wasser-
man. Los Angeles, Cal. Servi s w. r.
held in Gordon Funeral Home
nesday. Interment was in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
The Sirkin family's new Town
and Beach Club, which is fast at-
tracting the attention of the local
Jewish community is expected to
be opened around the midd
January, it was announced.
Under the direction of Sam
Sutter, the Town and Beach Club.
will offer the greatest variety of
facilities and activities making
for a splendid social club.
Facilities will include large,
modern equipped cabanas, second
largest swimming pool in S it!
Florida, gymnasium, card rooms,
lounges, recreation rooms, dir.ing
room, snack bar. dance patio, so-
larium, locker room facilities
among many other features.
Special attention is being given
to athletic and recreational facili-
ties, Sutter said, so that the di-
versification of all interests may
be accomodated.
A private area has been St I
aside for supervised children's!
play giving the adults privacy
and affording the children or-
ganized and team play.
Already being planned is a long I
list of social activities. Sutl
said, including varied special
events, dances, water show -
According to the general con-
sensus, the Town and Beach Club,
will definitely answer the long
need for a fine social club in this
community. The spirited public
acceptance of this new setup has
been most gratifying to the Sirkin
family. Inquiries for cabanas are
being made daily, they said.
"The Town and Beach Club is
not being constructed to appeal to
any particular group in this com-
munity." Milton Sirkin said, "but
rather to those people who enjoy
fine surroundings, congenial man-
agement and widespread, modern
facilities which will make for a
pleasant social club."
Although still under construc-
tion, Sam Sutter is making his
offices at One Lincoln Road, the
location of the Town and Beach
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MRS. SADIE KAPLAN
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EDWARD STUART
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,;,.,, on December 26 He li %*
hv his mother, Mrs. Kate Shapiro,
Brooklyn. N. Y and one sister Mr.
Ethel Moss, south Orange, g.J-
mains were sent to New Yorh, Clt>
by the Riverside Memorial Chapel 01
Miami Beach.
ISADORE HIRST
Died suddenly. Remains were sen
to Philadelphia for senrlcss and burial
by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
MAX FEINBERG
by the Beach Memorial l.h.ipel.
JOHN WROBEL
38. of 3920 S.W. 2nd Terr died tbU
week. He is e"rvlv'dr, "inna Wrib-
Martha; his mother Mrs. Anna (r^
1; on. brother ^/'^"ilinnah
Marl* Man.ke and Mr*. "Yrday
sThulti Services wf-e held L"^#
afternoon at the Riverside Memori*
Chapel or Miami.
Film On Anti-Semitism
Opens At Plaza Monday
"The Vicious Circle." a dramat-
ic screen version of a diabolical
conspiracy against the Jewish'
people, comes to the Plaza The-
atre on Monday. January 3 Ar
added attraction will be a short
featuring Miklos Gafm in "A
Voice Is Born,- the story of a
vour.g medical student who cur-
ing interment in a concentr;,;
camp found happiness in the
world of music.
The Jollv Shoemakers." ac-
claimed by Jewish and1 Enghsh
newspaper critics as the best mus-
ical comedy to appear on the
Yiddish stage will continue to be
shown at the Plaza until Sunday.
Paul Burstein and LiUian
in person, accompanied by a I
New York troupe, head the Jew-
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+Jewlst ihridfiajn
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, ltyj
Church And State Strictly Separate In
Israel, Leaders Explain In Interviews
WASHINGTON, D. C.Israel is not, and never intends to
be, a theocracy, accordinq to three reliqious leaders of that
country who were interviewed by Prof. Joseph Patai, prominent
Israeli author, for The National Jewish Monthly, published by
B'nai B'rith. The article will appear in the NJM's forthcoming
January issue.
The "principal interview was
with Rabbi Judah L. Fishman,
Minister of Religion in the Is-
raeli cabinet. What he told Prof.
Patai was approved and corro-
borated by the Chief Rabbi of Tel
Aviv and the Chief Rabbi of the
Tel Aviv Sephardic Community.
The NJM had asked Prof. Patai
to ascertain the facts in view of
Ministry of Religion, Dr. Patai
wrote:
"Three of its sub-departments
deal with religious affairs within
Israel; one deals with maintain-
ing contact with Jewish religious
communities abroad; two with re-
ligious affairs of the non-Jewish
communities Moslem, Chris-
tian, etc.in Israel.
"The Ministry of Religion at
opinions expressed in this coun-! present deals with the affairs of
try that Israel may be a theocracy
because it has a Ministry of Re-
ligion. Other rumors spread here,
some of them through the writ-
ings of so distinguished an author
as Arthur Koestler, have been to
the effect that in Israel a person's
citizenship is endangered if he
does not observe Orthodox Jew-
ish law; that Israel has no medical
school because of religious pro-
hibition concerning dissection of
corpses; that public schools are
governed by religious dictators,
etc.
To all these reports, Rabbi Fish-
man issued a flat denial.
"There is no ground whatsoever
for these fears," he declared. "We
will not rule the state with the
power of religion, but we will use
the spirit of religion to uplift our
people and our land and to raise
its place as a moral force among
the nations of the world. We will
not force our way into the private
life of the individual, either by
religious law or religious taxa-
tion; but we do want to see to it
that the taxpayer's money will
not be used against religion."
"There is nothing in our re-
ligion," he continued, "which
strives to impose theocratic rule
on the State of Israel. There is
nothing to justify any fear of
casuistry. We do not seek the im-
position of the 613 command-
ments. We request that only three
be recognized. The first of these
is that the state shall not oblige
a person to break religious law
against his will, such as he might
be forced to do in maintaining
public services. Above all, there-
fore, we demand that the Sab-
bath be the official day of rest
for the people of Israel.
"When we demand kashrut, we
do not intend to snoop into the
housewife's kitchen, but we do
feel that state institutions should
consider the feelings of the ob-
servant Jew, so that he may sit
at the table, too.
"The third point concerns Jew-
ish jurisprudence. Every nation
has its typical law and we too
have ours. Why, then, should we
now follow a path paved by for-
eigners? I do not recommend the
rejection of international law,
but the source of our jurisprud-
ence should derive from Jewish
law."
On this point, Yitzhak Greene-
baum, Minister of the Interior,
told Dr. Patai:
"Israel's sages have always in-
terpreted the letter of the law to
the spirit of the times and to con-
ditions prevailing in their day."
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personal status such as marriages,
divorce, guardianship and in-
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the laws of the Jewish commun-
ity, in accordance with the moral
and traditional precepts of Juda-
ism. It sees to it that religious ob-
servance is not impaired by pub-
lic services. It is engaged in giv-
ing guidance with regard to the
observation of the Sabbath, the
supervision of the Holy Places,
the establishment of buildings for
religious institutions, and it even
takes an interest in liturgical
music."
His interview with Rabbi Fish-
man, wrote Prof. Patai, "left me
more with a feeling that Judaism,
far from being on the offensive
for the creation of a theocratic
state, was on the defensive to
maintain its rightful place in Is-
rael."
Israelite Center Meets
Abe Ganncs was principal
speaker at a meeting of the Is-
raelite Center held Tuesday night
at 3346 S.W. 24th St. Mr. Rosen
also spoke and Mrs. Friedman
gave a reading. Irving Sperling
presided over the meeting.
Professional Group
Executives To Meet
An executive board meeting of
the Miami Chapter of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Division of Hadassah will be held
on Monday evening at 8:30 at the
home of the Misses Thelma and
Ruth Smolensky, 1001 S.W 2nd
St.
Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman'
of the fund-raising Chanuka
dance held last Sunday evening
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door meetings tomorrow at 3:30
r t?, # pm- in the Patio of the home of
West Flagler Kennel Club, the Dr Ahnh Wnif f
South's No. 1 greyhound track in.1", Wlfbn' funder
attendance and mutuel play will d director' or< lh St. bet.-., n
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swing open its gates for a color-
ful and spectacular 85-night
canine racing meeting Monday
night.
On that night a record-smash-
ing throng of wild-eyed sports
fans are expected to jam every
nook and corner of the popular
Miami canine plant, which in past
campaigns has been the mecca for
hundreds of thousands of grey-
hound followers who witnessed
the ultimate in the Sports of
Queens. Last year half a million
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Collins Ave. and Ocean Dr., Mi-
ami Beach. Dr. Wolfson is the
author of "Spinoza, a Life of
Reason."
The forum will present a di-
versified program of lectures and
discussions covering current
events, book reviews, music, pop-
ular science, psychology and phil-
osophy.
More than 50.000 persons have
attended these meetings which
are held every Saturday after-
noon and two or three evenings
I per week.
Schedule of Saturday lectures
for the month of January in-
cludes: "An Introduction to the
Philosophy of Spinoza" by Dr.
Wolfson, January 1; a review of
John Steinbeck's "A Russian
Journal" to be given by Edward
Clarke of the University of Mi-
ami, January 8; a review of
Sholom Asch's "Tales of My Peo-
ple" by Dorothy Fir.k. January
15; "Mosos Mendelsor." by Rabbi
David Raab of Ten.ple Isaiah,
January 22: "The Value of Music"
by Mr. Clarke, January 29.
Beginning Wednesday evening.
January 5. at 8 o'clock, Charles
Lee will begin his course on "The
Heavens and Earth." Mr. Lee's
lectures will be held every Wed-
nesday at 8 p.m.
George Talianoff
Jake Sher
fans saw dog racing at Flagler.
Jacob Sher, president of the
distinctive Flagler track, is look-
ing forward to a new attendance
mark this year as well as many
new records on the racing strip.
The world's fastest greyhounds.
Mizrachi Oneg Shabbat
The Miami Mizrachi will hold
:ts first Oneg Shabbat tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Clara Bretholtz, 160 S.W. 17th
Ct. The program will include
guest speakers and Hebrew songs.
Refreshments will be served.
George J. Talianoff, Florida Re-
gional Director of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
has announced that he will re-
sign from this post effective Jan-
uary 1 to return to private prac-
tice with offices at 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Talianoff will
be succeeded by Gilbert J. Balkin,
present associate director of the
league's office, which is situated
at 330 Seybold Building.
Talianoff has been associated
with the Florida Regional office
since June, 1944. He is actively
affiliated with many civic groups,
being director of the Miami Beach
Community Center and co-chair-
man of the Center's present build-
ing fund drive for $200,000. He is
vice president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, vice president of
the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and director
of the Men's Club of Temple
Beth Sholom.
A member of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, he lives
with his wife, Lucille, and their
daughter, Susan, at 4560 N. Meri-
dian Ave., Miami Beach.
He is a graduate of Cornell Uni-
versity and the Brooklyn Law
School, a member of the New
York Bar, Federal Bar and South-
ern District in addition to the
Florida Bar.
Iladassali Makes
CiiiVrkn Plans are being formulated for
the conference of the Southeast-
ern Region of Hadassah. which
will take place in Miami March
27, 28 and 2SV Headquarters will
gathered from the leading canine be at the McAllister Hotel,
ovals of the nation, are now as-1 Mrs. Harry Rubin has been ap-
sembled at the popular Miami!pointed conference chairman and
are ready for the
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opening.
When the curtain rolls up Mon-
day the racing plant will be
decked out in all its color and
splendor of past campaigns when
it was the glittering rendezvous
for after dark sport fans.
West Flagler, which for the
past 20 years, has set the pace in
bringing in new features to the
sport, again this year will present
a number of exclusive features
for the entertainment and com-
fort of the fans. Flagler is the
only dog track in the country
using the popular all-glass start-
ing boxes which enables the fans
to see the dogs in the boxes.
Flagler also has the electric de-
scriber board which flashes the
leading dogs at the various post
on the track; a steam-heatec
grandstand for cool nights: photo
finish camera to separate the win-
ners at the finish of a race; an
automatic electric timer wit., a
dial visible to all on the track and
Mannie Gates' Flagler orchestrai.
Jacob Sher, president of tne
West Flagler Kennel Club, Flagler
at 37th Avenue, has announced
the 1949 greyhound racing ot-
ficials. Appointed were Tom Ben-
ner, racing secretary; H. M- Bar
ton, presiding pudge and head
the racing department; Tom Ho
gan, associate judge; Harold Fid
ler, manager of mutuels R. R-
Harris, new timer; A. V E lu.
paddock judge; Guy A. GaUey,
lure operator and W. L. Harris,
MrtsfSSs
ssss^idiW. pub-
Mrs. Max Dobrin will have charge
of t)e program. Representatives
from the various Hadassah groups
in the Greater Miami area will
be included on the conference
committee.
The Southeastern Regional
president, Mrs. George Chait, At-
lanta. Ga., is expected in Miami
this week to confer with the plan-
ning committee January 3 and 4.
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Special Chanuka Service
A special candlelight Chanuka
service' which was written^*
Temple tonight.
Ilallandah* Club
Opened Saturday
The new Club Mayfair Theatre-
Restaurant in Hallandale was
opened last Saturday night with
Nancy Donovan, titan haired
and Nino Nanni. piano
wizard, and a star-studded show.
The club was formerly the Spot-
lite Club by the Hollywood dog
Miss Donovan, renowned for her
singing ability, starred in the
Shubert's -Love in the Snow
and has appeared at the Hotel
Pierre's Cotillion room in New
York, the Walton roof in Phila-
delphia, the St. Charles in New
Orleans, the Club Coronet and
Latin Casino in Philadelphia.
Nino Nanni, who is known a
o satirist, has a number o!
swing versi ns i operatic anas
in his repertoire.
The rest of the show u rounded
out with the Dancing LaMaes.
Barbara Blame. Don Cortez and
his band. Bud Sweeney serves as
master of ceremonies and Ko>
Topps is at the P^no in the ca^e
lounge. Dinner show is at 9 p.m.
Workers Alliance To
Hold Chanuka Party
* Chanuka celebration will be
riven by the Bialik Branch Hft
So and the Ben Gunon B
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Plans for a spring wedding are
being made by two Miami Beach
High school graduates, Frances
Nelson and Joseph Gardner,
whose engagement was recently
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry D. Nelson, 708
West 51st St., Miami Beach. Mr.
Gardner is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1504 Michigan
Ave.
Miami V Raises
Membership Dues
For the first time since 1944
there will be an increase in mem-
bership dues at the Miami YM-
YWHA, according to an announce-
ment by Leon Kaplan, president.
"Our budget for 1949 is over
300^ greater than our budget for
1944.'' Kaplan explained. "If we
want to keep abreast of the times
and make our programs progres-
sively better, we must take
cognizance of the costs involved."
The new rates which will be
effective January 1, 1949 are:
family membership, consisting of
husband and wife and children
up to 18 years of age, $15 per
year; individual male and female
memberships, $10; intermediate
membership, consisting of young
men and women between the
ages of 18 and 21, $5; junior mem-
berships, including boys and girls
through the ages of 17 whose
parents are net members, $3. Sin-
gle memberships for married per-
sons have been discontinued.
Hereafter a married person must
pay $15.
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all your accessories. Decor-
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Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simkowitz, 5825 La Gorce Drive, have
as their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stahl of New York,
Mrs. Simkowitz's brother and his wife. The guests will be enter-
tained by a round of parties given in their honor by family and
friends. They will remain here until shortly after the New Year.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suberman of Chapel Hill, N. C, and son
Rick are spending the holidays with Mr. Suberman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Suberman, 514 S.W. 26th Road. Also at home
with the Subermans is their daughter Sheilah who is a student
at the University of Florida.
* *
Marwin Cassel, who is spending several weeks with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Cassel, 401 N.E. 17th St., has been
joined by his University of Florida room mate, Lindy Savage of
Jacksonville. Several parties have been planned for the boys
during their say. Marwin, who was recently intiated into Florida
Blue Key, honorary service fraternity, is secretary of labor in
the cabinet of the student body president.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, 1630 S.W. 10th St., were
hosts to a group of Boston friends at a Chanuka latke party
Wednesday night.
* *
Visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Freedman, is Gil-
bert Freedman, freshman student at the Boston School of Op-
tometry. Gilbert is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler
of Miami Beach. Another guest in the Freedman home is their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Freddy Freedman and her son, who will
spend the winter here.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, 5736 S.W. 9th Terr., have as
their guest Mrs. Tillie Leiter, Mrs. Greene's sister, who arrived
from Glendale, California, to spend the winter in Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, 1500 S.W. 1st Ave., spent last
weekend in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Orlando visiting friends
and relatives. _
* *
Riita Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, 1650
S.W. 21st St., has been notified that she has been accepted at
Barnard College in New York. Rita, who attended the University
of Miami, was elected Miss University of Miami last year.
*
Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin, 945 Meridian Ave., returned to her
home Saturday after extending her summer vacation to attend
the wedding of her son, Frank, which took place on December 24
in New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldfarb of Coral Gables are en-
tertaining as house-guests Mr. and Mrs. Lou Spielberger, of
Brooklyn. Mrs. Goldtarb is the sister of Mr. Spielberger. The
northern visitors were accompanied here by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Levy, also of Brooklyn, and their son, who are staying at the
Park Avenue Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
A pre-New Year's celebration will be held at the law offices
of George J. Talianoff, Suite 209, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
today from 3 to 5. The "house warming" will mark the return
of Mr. Talianoff to private practice on January 1.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Kullback, their son, Joseph Henry,
and daughter, Sally Eve, are visiting Dr. Kullback's brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Becker, 1121 S.W. 2nd St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson and sons attended the Bar
Mitzvah of their nephew and cousin. Sandier Harvey Dickson,
held Saturday in West Palm Beach. The young confirmand is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dickson, pioneer residents of West
Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated at the Congre-
gation Beth El, of which Mr. Dickson is former president.
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Miss Jacqueline Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Grossman of Forest Hills, N. Y., became the bride of Jack Mintzer
at the Ambassador Hotel in New York on December 16. The Rev. Sol
Landman of Kew Garden's Temple Isaiah officiated.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of
antique satin. An illusion veil fell from a halo of matching satin
and she carried a white prayer book with a streamer of white
orchids.
Mrs. Jerome Sangerman was her sister's matron of honor. She
wore an apricot satin dress with a cape of brown orchids. Ethel
Mintzer, the groom's sister, was the bride's only other attendant.
Jack Mjntzer served as best man for his cousin. The ushers were
Dr. John Schultz, David Trask, Jerome Sangerman and Oscar
Gerber.
After a cruise to South America, Mr. and Mrs. Mintzer will
make their home in Miami Beach. ______
The Sirkin Family
announce

is nearing completion.
Many local families have already
rented Cabanas.
The Club will provide full
SOCIAL BEACH and CABANA
facilities.
Cabanas and lockers cm on a year-
round basis and are reasonably priced.
For full information call or see
SAM SITTI'K
Managing Director
1 Lincoln Rd.
Phone 58-7243


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
Marian Berman Becomes Bride of Charles
Freefield in Thanksgiving Ceremony
Temple Isaiah Thanksgiving
night at 7 o'clock was the scene
of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles M. Freefield. The bride
is the former Marian Berman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Berman 1414 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach and the bridegroom is the
son of Samuel Freefield, Newark,
N. J. Rabbi David Raab officiated.
The bride wore a ballet length
dress made of white satin brocade
ai.d designed by her sister, Renee
Newman of David Newman, Inc.
The dress was styled in a princess
design with a bustle effect. Her
fingertip veil was caught at both
sides with white satin orange
blossom leaves. She carried a
white Bible adorned with white
orchids and sweet peas. For her
"something old" the bride carried
a handkerchief belonging to Mrs.
Ophelia Vandiver, who crocheted
the handkerchief and carried it
at her own wedding over fifty
years ago.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Renee
Newman, sister of the bride. Ben-
jamin Freefield, brother of the
groom, was best man.
A reception followed in the
patio of the Temple and dancing
was enjoyed by the guests. The
Misses Frieda Ankus and Sara
Mandel presided over the guest
book and Miss Blanche Pieros
seated the guests.
Out-of-town guests included
Samuel Freefield, the groom's
father, Benjamin Freefield and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ford, all of
Newark, N. J.
The newly-weds are very ac-
tive in local groups here. Mrs.
Freefield is financial secretary of
the Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah and is editor of the
Southern Region newspaper.
Mr. Freefield is a student at
the University of Miami where he
is secretary of the Gamma Theta
Upsilon fraternity for geography
majors.
The couple is residing at 1620
S.W. 4th St.
Lucille Gold Engaged
To Robert Shandloff
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold,
431 N.W. 32nd Ct., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Lucille, to Robert
Shandloff, son of Mrs. Nathan
Shandloff, 350 S.W. 21st Road.
The wedding has been set for
June 5.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Senior High and is
now a freshman at the University
of Miami where she is a member
of Tau Alpha Omega sorority.
Mr. Shandloff is in the School of
Engineering at the University of
Miami. He is chancellor of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity. During the
war he served with the Army
overseas.
Gloria Kachalsky
Gloria Kachalsky Visits
Fiance's Parents Here
Gloria Kachalsky, whose mar-
riage to Jack Brettholtz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160
S.W. 17th Ct, will take place in
the early spring, is now a guest
in the home of her fiance's pa-
rents.
Miss Kachalsky is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kachalsky,
Bronx, N. Y. She is a graduate of
Walton High school and attended
City College of New York.
Her fiance attended New York
schools and is a veteran of five
years, three of which were spent
overseas.
Miss Kachalsky will return to
New York in early January.
Thelma Prince Is
Wed To Frank Berlin
Thelma Evelyn Prince, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.
Prince, Brooklyn, N. Y., became
the bride of Frank Berlin, son of
Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin, New
York and Miami Beach, and the
late Dr. Louis Berlin, at high noon
Friday, December 24, in the
Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York.
Dr. Elias Solomon performed the
ceremony.
The bride was given in marri-
age by her father and was at-
tended by her sister, Davida M.
Prince, a student at the University
of Miami, and the bridegroom's
sister, Theresa M. Berlin. George
J. Berlin, twin brother of the
groom, was best man.
The bride received her B.A. in
1946 from Adelphi College and
will receive her MA. from Teach-
ers College, Columbia University
next year.
The groom, a nephew of the
late Henry Sugarman, well known
architect, is a graduate of West-
ern Reserve University and re-
ceived his master's degree in for-
eign commerce from Wharton
School of Business, University of
Pennsylvania. He served in the
First Infantry Division in Europe
and was awarded the bronze star.
Out-of-town guests included:
Dr. Nathaniel I. Berlin, the
groom's brother who flew in from
Berkeley, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry C. Berlin, Boston, Mass.,
uncle and aunt of the groom; Al-
lan Wurzman and Arnold Fein-
berg, Cleveland, Ohio, Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity brothers of the
groom.
After a wedding trip to Ha-
vana where they will stop at the
Hotel Nacional, the couple will
reside in New York.
Frederick And Herbert August
To Become Bar Mitzvah January 8
Frederick and Herbert August
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mr. and Mrs. Louis August
announce the double Bar Mitzvah of their sons, Frederick Bernard!
and Herbert Price, Saturday, January 8, 1949, at 9 a.m. at the Miami!
Hebrew School and Congregation, S.W. 12th Ave. and 11th St.
A reception honoring the boys will be held Sunday afternoon,!
January 9, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Bayfront auditorium, Biscayne'l
Blvd. at N.E. 5th St. No personal invitations will be issued. Friends!
and relatives are invited.
The boys are the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Gershon August,!
pioneer residents of Miami who have been active in religious and|
civic affairs. Herbert is the grandson of Mrs. Abe Kohn.
Workmen's Circle To
Present August Claessen
The Workmen's Circle of Miami
is presenting a lecture by August
Claessen Sunday at 8 p.m. at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd St., Morris Jacobs, sec-
retary, announced.
Claessen is a former New York
assemblyman, teacher, lecturer
and writer. He is an instructor at
Rutgers University in New Jer-
sey, Rand School of Social Sci-
ence in New York and has worked
with serveral AF of L and CIO
unions. He is author of several
textbooks and is secretary of the
Social Democratic Federation. His
subject will be "The Political
Scene in America Today."
The lecture has been arranged
by Branch No. 692, Branch No.
699 and the ladies auxiliaries.
Weisers Open Raphael
Hotel And Dining Room
Weiser have announced the
re-opening for the third season
of the Raphael Hotel and dining
room at 146 Washington Ave.
Operated under the management
of Max Reifman, well known
hotel man of the King David
Hotel, Hurleyville, N. Y., the es-
tablishment will observe alll
Kashruth rules as well as strict!
Sabbath observance. The dining!
room is open to the public as welll
as to hotel guests. Reservations!
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The betrothal of Joan Shirley
Tillinger to Victor Eli Hanan, son
of Mrs. Eli Hanan and the late
Mr. Hanan, Montgomery, Ala., has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger, 2034
S.W. 14th Terr.
Miss Tillinger is a graduate of
Miami Senior High where she was
secretary and treasurer of Tri
Beta sorority. She attended the
University of Alabama for two
years. There she was pledge presi-
dent for Sigma Tau Delta soror-
ity and was a member of Tri-
angle, a big sister honorary group.
Her fiance received his bache-
lor's degree from the University
of Alabama and now attends the
university's medical school in
Birmingham. He was a member
of Phi Eta Sigma, honorary men's
freshman fraternity; Alpha Ep-
silon Phi, pre-medical honorary;
and Kappa Nu fraternity, for
which he served as president for
two terms.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
Young Pianist Eugene List To Appear
In Concert Here January 23 And 24
50th anniversary of the Czech
Ph.lharmonic, and to concerts
both for GIs in the Army of Oc-
cupation and for civjhans in
major European capitals.
In the spring of 1947 they be-
gan a five month return-by-re-
quest tour of important cities of
Europe, where they played sep-
arately and in joint concert. Trev
| also mace several good-will tours
'loathe Army in Germany and
| They are occasionally available
for joint appearances in this coun-
try; they broke all records foi
opening nifiht attend the
long history of the Robin Hood
Dell in Philadelphia, when thev
appeared under the baton o'f
| Dmitri Mitropoulos: and at a
,1-cwisohn Stadium concert witl
the New York Philharmonic-
j Symphony drew one of the larg-
est crowds of the summer: 19.000
persons.
Eugene List's motion picture,
"Bachelor's Daughters," an An-
drew Stone production, played to
nationwide popularity, and his
first major recordinga Decca al-
bum devoted to Rachmaninoff's
Second Piano Concerto, made with
Alfred Wallensteir. and the Phil-
harmonic Orchestra of Los An-
gelesis what record dealers
term "a fast moving item."
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Eugene List, the brilliant young
American pianist whose appear-
ance here at Miami Senior High
school, 2400 W. Flagler St. on Sun-
day, Jan. 23 at 4:30 p.m. and
Monday, Jan 24 at 8:30 p.m., is
one of the most eagerly awaited
events of the local concert season,
was born in Philadelphia on July
6, 1918. Eugene's family his
father teaches schoolmoved to
Riverside, Calif., when he was a
year old. He studied music with
a local teacher, and at 13 went by
bus to Philadelphia to enter a
competition for a scholarship for
study with Madame Olga Samar-
off Stokowski at the Conservatory.
He won; he won again three
years laterthis time a competi-
tion conducted by Leopold Stok-
owski, in which the prize was an
invitation to play the American
premiere of a piano concerto by a
then unknown composer Shostak-
ovich. Both pianist and composi-
tion were enthusiastically re-
ceived.
He performed this work, again
with sensational success, a year
later at his New York debut, with
the New York Philharmonic-
Symphony under Otto Klemperer.
He had already established him-
self as one of America's leading
young concert artists when he en-
listed in the Army a few months
after Pearl Harbor. He went
through the usual thirteen week
basic training, had a routine of-
fice post, but was eventually
transferred to special services, and
sent to the European theatre of
operations. Here his principal job
was entertaining the boys by play-
ing for them from a piano in-
stalled in a jeep. He was sum-
moned to Potsdam at the request
of music-minded President Tru-
man for whom he played
five times abroad, and several
times afterwards at the White
House in Washington.
In 1943 Gene married Carroll
Glenn, one of America's finest
young violin virtuosi whom he
"ad met four years previously
when they were both students at
the Julliard School of Music in
New York. Together, this attrac-
tive young team flew to Prague
in the spring of''946 to perform
at the first postwar International
Music Festival, celebrating the
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Nat'l Council To
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Reservations for the fourth an-
nual dinner dance of the Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women to be held at Copa
City Sunday evening, January 9
will close on Wednesday.
Mrs. David Phillips, chairman
of the affair, is being assisted by
Mrs. Joseph Fenias, co-chairman
Other members of the committee
include: the Mesdames Harold
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For reservations call Mrs.
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New Enlarged B &
To Open Formally
When the doors of the new en-
larged B & B Kosher Market,
810-812 S.W. 22nd Ave., open at
7 p.m. Sunday, the public will get
a glimpse of one of the most
modern, attractive and complete
kosher markets in Miami. Sunday
night's formal opening will be in
the form of an open house and
nothing will be sold. Refresh-
ments will be served and the
public is invited to drop in and
get acquainted.
Business at B & B has tripled
since the store was opened a year
and nine months ago. This in-
crease is the direct result of un-
excelled service and quality mer-
chandise, the proprietors stated.
In addition to the meat and
poultry department, the store will
have a delicatessen department,
an appetizer, bakery, fruit and
produce and grocery department.
Specialists in each of these lines
will supervise the respective de-
partments.
Bob Pierce, manager, has had
24 years experience in the handl-
ing of meats. Mr. Pierce has
pledged that B & B will continue
to specialize in the same prime
Western meats which have made
it a shopping place for discrimi-
nating people.
Wilfred Liebovitz, who will
serve as assistant manager, has
had many years of experience in
the merchandising of food pro-
ducts, particularly delicatessen
and appetizers. Mr. Liebovitz has
stated that the finest New York
and Chicago kosher delicatessen
will be available at B & B.
In charge of the poultry depart-
B Kosher Market
With Open House
Post Office Announces
New Rates on January 1
A new increase in postal rates
has been announced by the post
office. Effective January 1, 1949
air mail letters will be 6 cents
per ounce and air mail Dostal
cards will be 4 cents per ounce.
The special delivery fee for
letters will be 15 cents. Other
special service fees affected are:
special handling; money orders:
postal notes; registered mail; in-
sured mail; collect on delivery
mail, whether registered or un-
registered; and return receipts for
registered and insured mail.
New rates are also effective on
first class mail.
Three Days Left In
Israel Food Drive
Three days remain in the Food
for Israel drive now being con-
ducted by the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District in conjunction with a
national campaign under the aus-
pices of the Zionist Organization
of America.
Support for the drive which is
continuing here through the
Chnnuka week is in the form of
Chanuka gifts. Gift certificates in
five and ten dollar denominations
are being sold by the members of
the Miami Beach District and the
Miami Beach Masada.
Yesterday was set aside as Food
for Israel day and tables were set
up all over Miami Beach for the
sale of certificates.
Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman
of the drive, urges all individuals
who have not yet made contribu-
tions to do so at once by mailing
their checks to Food for Israel,
c/o Miami Beach Zionist District,
235 Lincoln Road.
ZOA received a cablegram from
the government of Israel express-
ing its deep appreciation to the
Jews of America on the arrival of
the first ship load of food there,
according to word received by
Ginsburg this week. Three addi-
tional loads will leave U. S. har-
bors for ports in Israel in the
very near future, Ginsburg adds.
Bob Pierce
ment are Hyman and Sam Elgi-
son, who are long time veterans
of the poultry business. Under
their supervision B & B will offer
the best in poultry.
The market, which is super-
vised by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, will sell no items
which are not strictly kosher, ac-
cording to Mr. Pierce.
One of B & B's chief services
is free delivery anywhere in the
city. Mr. Pierce explains that this
means anywhere, including the
West Miami section, the Flagler-
Granada section and other out-
lying areas.
Dr. Kurt Singer To Open Town Hall
Forum Series At Temple Israel Monday
Dr. Kurt Singer, eminent news-
paper man, author and radio
commentator, will speak on "Be-
yond the Iron Curtain" Monday
night at 8 o'clock at the Temple
Israel in the first of the Town
Hall Forum series, sponsored by
the Men's Clubs of Temple Is-
rael, Miami Shores Community
Church and Robertson Memorial
Church.
Singer will include in his talk
off-the-record disclosures about
his experiences as a witness in
the recent Hiss-Chambers investi-
gation and as a star witness in
the Nazi war criminal trials.
Born of Czechoslovakian stock
in Vienna, Singer is a fluent
linguist and has addressed more
than five million people on his
tours throughout the United
States. His thirteenth book, "Spies
and Traitors of World War II,"
is on the best-seller list and gives
a first-hand picture of the life of
spies, espionage and counter-
espionage.
Closely associated with the
underground of several nations
for many years, Singer is a fre-
quent contributor to such publica-
tions as the Saturday Evening
Post, Liberty, Coronet and the
New York Times.
Other speakers slated to speak
nn the forum are: Dr. Gerald
Wendt, January 27; Eva Le Gal-
licnne, February 28; Franklin P.
Adams, March 15; and Dr. E. C.
Nance, April 6.
Town Hall committee members
include: Robert L. Blue, Jack
Daner, Harry Diamond, the Rev.
Donald Doud, Harvey Fleisch-
man, E. M. Graham, John Hamil-
ton, Henry Hirsch, Dr. Jacob Kap-
lan, Max Holtsberg. Edward A.
Klein, Herbert E. Kaufman, J.
Gerald Lewis, Edward I. Lovitz.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, G. L.
Mendelson, Louis A. Miller, Fred
O'Neill, Jules Pearlman, Frank
Perlman, Monte Selig, B. W. Slote,
Harold Spaet, the Rev. Edward
W. Ullrich, I. M. Weinstein,
Henry E. Wolff, Myron Zeientz,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and
Herman Binder, chairman.
Newsbrief
America's top aerobatic flyers
and professional stunt men will
appear in the Miami Air Maneuv-
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and 9, Colonel S. C. Huffman,
general manager, announced last
week.
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To the Opening of the New
B & B KOSHER MARKET INC.
810-812 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Under Supervision Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Open To The Public Sunday, January 2nd, 7 P.M.
NOTHING WILL BE SOLD
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED
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IDEAL LIVE POULTRY CORP.
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50 N. W. 14th Street
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33 N. W. 10th Street
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*Jm 1st fhrkUan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
RABBI ME/R BERLIN
HO 0 1'CIO IY NOHMW t Ol NOOlU_
11XT BY lUA 0 SHARON_____
LWDtR Of THE ORTHODOX ZIONIST UOVE -
MENT.MIZRACM.CHAUPION Of f Hi
RIGHTS Of THE JEW6H PEOPLE,5CH01AH
AND AUTHOR.........
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BORN INTO A RENOWNED RABBINICAL FAMILY IN
RUSSIA IN 1881,HE STUDIED AT THE FAMOUS YESHIVOS
OF VOLOZHIN AND TILZ.AFTER ATTENDING THE UNI-
VERSITY OF BERLIN,HE WAS ORDAINED IN 1902.
HE CAW fO THE UNITED STATES BEfORE
WORLD WAR I AND BECAME A MEMBER OF
THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE.SET
UP TO AID JEWS flSLOCATED BY THE WAR.
AFTER SERVING FOR EIGHT YEARS AS
MIZRACHI MEMBER Of THE ZIONIST ACTIONS
COMMITTEE.HE BECAME THAT BODY'S PRESI-
DENTS 1926. HE ALSO HEADED THE AMERICAN
MIZRACHI FOR MORE THAN A DECADE.
IN I933.RABBI BERLIN LEFT fOR PALESTINE TO
ESTABLISH PERMANENT RESIDENCE AND TO
DIRECT THE PROGRAMS OF THE WORLD-WIDE
MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION.HE IS TODAY NE OF
ISRAEL'S LEADING ClTlZENS^-^s
AS A MEMBER OF THE STATE COUNCIL AND
AS A DIRECTOR OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND, AS WEIL AS OTHER IMPORTANT BODIES,
HIS COUNSEL IS SOUGHT BY ALL IN ISRAEL.
HE IS THE EDITOR OF THE OFFICIAL
MIZRACHI ORGAN IN TEL AVIV,"HATZOFE,"
AND ALSO IS ACTIVE IN NUMEROUS EDU-
CATIONAL AND LITERARY ENDEAVORS.

A FOREST-THE MEIR BERLIN FOREST-WAS
PLANTED IN HIS HONOR IN 1940. WORLD
MIZRACHI LEADER.WHO STRIVES FOR AN
ISRAEL BASED ON THE TENETS OF THE TORAH
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Westview Country
With Formal Party
A formal New Year's Eve party
which has attracted reservations
for more than 250 members and
guests will mark the opening of
the new Westview Country Club.
The lavishly decorated club at
N.W. 27th Ave. and Gratigny
Road was known in the boom
days as the Golf Park Country
Club and was constructed at an
original cost of $1,250,000.
Club manager Edward W.
Kavassy, formerly with the Oak
Woods Country club of Cleveland,
has retained Lynn Lucas and his
orchestra to provide music for the
occasion and the club's permanent
chef, Marcel Niort, will supervise
the cuisine. Marcel's foods be-
came well known at the Little
Palm and other clubs.
Westview has been undergoing
a complete renovation since last
June and now offers members
what is said to be the south'?
most elaborate and beautiful club-
rooms. Other facilities of the club
are an 18-hole championship golf
course, swimming pool with ca-
banas, terrazo dance patio, huge
grand ballroom, dining rooms, pro
shop and locker rooms, tennis
courts, and a bridle path winding
over the club's 177 acres.
Decorator Jack Cameron was
in charge of the interiors and the
structural work and rebuilding of
the golf course was under the
supervision of engineer Edmund
Freidman. Ross Sobel has been
engaged as Westview's golf pro
and J. A. "Buck" Ewing has been
named greenskeeper.
Officers of the club include:
Arthur Ungar, president; Mitchell
Club To Open
New Year's Eve
Wolfson and Magnus Altmayer,
vice presidents; Joseph Wein-
traub, secretary; Leonard Abess,
treasurer; Harold Landfield,
chairman of the house committee;
Jack Ablin, chairman of the en-
tertainment committee.
Youth Group Quiz
The Young Folks' League of
Temple Isaiah will have a quiz
program following its meeting
Sunday at 7 p.m. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners and danc-
ing and refreshments will follow.
There will be an admission of 50
cents for non-members.
Luncheon Club To
Hear Rabbi Ranson
Rabbi Marius Ranson, spiritual
leader of Temple Emmanuel in
Fort Lauderdale. will be the feat-
ured speaker at the luncheon club
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, Wednesday at 12:15 at the
National Hotel, according to Har-
old Shapiro, chairman.
Rabbi Ranson, who will speak
on "How 1948 Changed the Life
of the Jew," held pulpits for 18
years in Orange and Maplewood.
communities in New Jersey. He
has a national reputation for
Christian-Jewish good-will work
and was chairman of the Zionist
Council of Essex County, N. J.
In celebration of their 38th
wedding anniversary, guests of
honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Van Straaten, residents of Miam
Beach who are well known for
their work in Zionism.
Beth Sholom Initiates
Fancy Cooking Course
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood anounces the inaugura-
tion of a six-weeks course in
fancy cooking to be held in the
Temple dining hall every Tues-
day at 10 a.m. beginning Janu-
ary 4.
The chairmen of the course are
Mrs. Alex A. Straus and Mrs.
Jean Raab. Assisting Mrs. Straus
and Mrs. Raab are Mrs. Alex
Robbins, Mrs. Aaron Farr and
Mrs. Irving Marcus.
Proceeds from the project will
go toward the religious school.
Dr. Smedley To Speak
To Beth David PTA
Dr. J. T Smedley, director of
Maternal and Child Health De-
partment of the Dade County
Health Unit, will appear as guest
speaker at meetings of the Beth
David PTA to be held in the
synagogue Monday and Feb-
ruary 7.
Dr. Smedley will present a
series of films to be followed by
open discussion from the audience.
Topic chosen for Monday's lec-
ture is "A Message to Women."
"Human Reproduction" will be
I the theme for February 7.
A short business meeting will
start at 8 p.m." The program will
begin promptly at 9 p.m.
Beth Jacob School
Gives Chanuka Show
The Beth Jacob Religious school
presented its annual Chanuka
program last night at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue.
Highlighting the program was
the musical debut of the Beth
Jacob Glee Club. In this group
are: Ronald Fried, Bernard
Cherin, Paul Ruthfield, Saul
Kahan. Harold Corliss, Michael
Bregman, Sam Leder, Roberta
Roseman, Lauren Puritz, Renah
Mescheloff, Barry Cherin, Rita
Teitel and Efrom Mescheloff.
The evening's program included
candle drills, recitations and a
Chanuka skit. A technicolor mo-
tion picture of the entire school
and its faculty was presented at
the close of the program.
Refreshments were distributed
by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood with
Mrs. Jack Hirsch acting has
hostess.
Colonial Inn Opens
With Minsky Revue
The Colonial Inn, on the Fed-
eral Highway at Hallandale,
opened for the season last Friday
night with a lavish revue titled
"Minsky's Follies."
Harold Minsky, of the famous
burlesque family, is operating the
club on a low price policy with
a two dollar admission that en-
titles patrons to see the show as
well as dance. There will be no
other charges. Purchase of moder-
ately priced food and beverage
will be optional.
Produced by Natasha Kamerova
of Folies Bergere fame, with a
musical score by George Kameroff
and Hughie Prince, the revue is a
distinct departure from any en-
tertainment hitherto seen in local
nightlife.
Starred in the large cast are
Junoesque Lois De Fee, curvace-
ous Jessica Rogers, exciting Dardy
Orlando and robust Carrie Fin-
nell.
Music for the show as well as
dancing is provided by Ken De-
laney's orchestra and the La Playa
rumba sextet.
Newsbriei
With the opening of the Boule-
vard Drive-in Theatre on De-
cember 25 the first of Wometco's
open-air movies scheduled to be
constructed on Miami's outskirts
began operations. According to
Mitchell Wolfson and Sidney
Meyer, co-owners of the circuit,
the latest improvements for struc-
tures of this type have been in-
corporated in the new building
located on U. S. Highway No. 1
and 143rd St. Each car is pro-
vided with individual loud speak-
ers whose volume may be con-
trolled by the occupants, and cars
are parked on an uphill slant,
making the back seat view as
clear as the front.
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Miami Hadassah Will
Discuss Youth Activities
Youth activities will be dis-
cussed at the next regular meet-
ing of the Miami Group of Ha-
dassah to be held on January 10
at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y.
Representatives of Junior KV
dassah, Masada, Young Judaea
and the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America will ap-
pear on the program and Pales-
tinian records will be played.
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terta:.....- ._______ ,
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T-; ?.-.:- Arr.: -v
: After -;
- will
program aUl consist of a
r. *r.d answer period to be
':> Ms Alfred Stone
A : -

IfrS
enter
^;::. ,. /-be s^
Stems-- -
homo >e s -e-. >-7?e.
for children
Miami Hebrew School is ......-
ing a ^--". "2r
: .Or-
I tfn P
Glaze: art -- .....\ -----
Jack BeI3 newspaper coiiunnisl
... be given by the
tooan mothers who were recently
appointed to work in conjunction
with the principal and meml era
ol the Eacultj to promote the R' >d
iri welfare of the school The
mothers who were appointed in j
elude Mrs Ruth Rubinowitz,
nan. the Mesdames Blanche
-
....
- Mix-.r.e Ro.nh.irdt, Pattl
Chavea Elaine Glickman. Helen
Resnkk. BeV.c Lehrtv.an. Rubier.
a, Ra Burris, Ethel Mam-
rhea Ifagda Meachelott Bertha
Mackovsky, Lyr.n Levine, Luke
as, Sonya Shoulson, 1. Boxen-
beam, Lilly Stone and Jessie
Sugannan
Prior lo tba regular meeting the
board of directors will meet at
10:30 aum at Raphaels, 746 Wash-
ington Ave Mrs Ben Zion Gins
and V. mentatnr, .-,-: k*a
recently r.ed from a low ol
fteDP camps m Europe -,.;; ft*
cu lencea abroad Mr
Be!'? ::-. edby a
pi gram Palestinian songs
Th< : is invite I "en-
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
To Hold Music Festival
;.;. I the Congregation
Beth Sisterhood erill pre-
sent th( : iTth a~r.ua: rr.uiic
fertivi t>ration of Chanuka
;. pjt at the syna-
gogue.
Featuri ~ : e r- rra- v....
be R:;- Ki ir.pfe: rec-
ording noted for her rer.ri:-
- folk songs ar.d
Palestin elodies. Also or. the
program is Mrr.e Olga-Bilbor
Stern, ncert pianist, a pupil of
her mother v.'r. :r. turn studied
sex Franc Liszt
Other- appearing will be the
Hy Frier: Classical String Trio and
the Sine if Israel, directed by
Joseph Schriebman. The group is
com pi :' Dr. Paul Beck, Mrs.
Elaine Weil, Leon Shift and Mrs.
Leor.a Samuels.
Pre m the program will
be use:: for the expansion of the
leligi u school.
Hea i the ticket committee is
Mrs. William Kline She will be
assisted by the Mesdames David
Whitman. Jack Felt, Louis Ma-
kovsky, Harry Genet. Edward
Mendelsohn and William Stand-
ler. George HoffspiegeL Marvin
Englar.cer. Phillip Pores, Philip
Fried and Anna R. Berow.
burg w.l! serve as hostess.
Registration For
Pa. Camp Opt-us
Camp Navajo, long-established
child]en's camp located in the
rcccne- Mountains. Honesc'.ale. Pa .
announced that registration
:'.r the 1^49 season is now open.
I Resident directors. Mr. and Mrs
Hamilton Pederman, 905 Al..
Ave Coral Gables, will be avail-
able for j nal interviews with
rested parents. They may be
bed at 83-1 111. The Feder-
mans informed the Floridian that
a 500 ft. color film of camp ac-
tivities will be shown upon re-
quest.
The vacation spot which is now
:n its 31st year, specializes in in-
dividual attention to each child
fitting the activitywhether it
be cultural or athleticto the
vouth under the guidance of espe-
cially trained counsellors A well
equipped infirmary' supervised by
a resident doctor ar.d nurses is
always ready for any emergency
which might arise.
Mr. and Mrs. Federman will be
hosts to parents and campers or.
Januarv 3U on t-e Starlight Roof
of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New
York City, at their 32nd annual
reunion luncheon and reception.
B'nai B'rilh loaders in Grontor Miami moot to launch annual fund drive. In pheta Chattel
Jacobson. executive secretary. B'nai H'rith Council, (extreme right] s shown distributing Hi kill '..- '>#
mammoth benefit carnival sponsored by the Council on March 20 Sunday tiMi1 al the rllaiari Beach
YMHA. More than 7.000 persons attended the affair l.i-t year. Shown standing vl. t- t S-xr.-. SUtw
Coral G.-u
Spiegel.
Shore
Beach:
Leon Sher Rites
Held In Louisville
Services for Leon Sher, 86,
father of Jacob Slier, president
cf the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration and of the West Flagler
Kennel Club, were held Tuesday
at Keneseth Israel Synagogue in
Louisville, Ky. Burial also look
place in Louisville.
Mr. Sher. who was an annual
winter visitor to Miami for the
past twenty years, died in a Mi-
ami Beach hospital December 25.
He had been president of the
Keneseth Israel Congregation for
twenty years.
In addition to his son Jacob,
he leaves four daughters, Mrs, B.
H. Silverman, Mrs. J. L. Jacob-
stein, Mrs. Anna Sher Gordon
and Mrs. S. C. Levenson. and
three grandsons, Stuart and J. L.
Gordon and Laurence S. Leven-
son. all of Miami and Miami
Beach.
Gordon Funeral Home was In
charge of arrangements.
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+ Jen 1st fhridliar
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, l94j
X
Beach B'nai B'rith
To Hear U. Of M. Girl
Marian Ginsberg, winner of the
Ross Interfaith Scholarship at the
University of Miami, will be feat-
ured speaker at the next regular
meeting of the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge, Tuesday, January
11th, 8:15 p.m. at the Beach Y.
Also appearing on the program
as part of an annual Hillel night
celebration, will be university
students Harry Smith and Elaine
Danziger, co-chairmen of the
Hillel Federation Drive, and Dr.
Donald Michelson, director of the
Hillel Foundation at the Universi-
ty of Miami.
Miss Ginsberg has served as
Interfaith chairman at Hillel, and
will receive, under provisions of
the Ross Award, one year's tuition
at the university, for outstanding
accomplishments in the field of
interfaith activity.
The program will mark Miami
Beach Lodge observance of Hil-
lel's 25th anniversary, and has
been planned by David R. Isen,
program chairman. Harry Zuke-
nick will preside.
Local Garment Workers
To Hear David Dubinsky
Samuel L. Macy, manager of
Local 339 International Ladies
Garment Workers Union, an-
nounced yesterday that David
Dubinsky, president of the union,
will address a general member-
ship meeting Tuesday at 5 p.m. at
Carpenters Hall, 47 N.W. 3rd St.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IK THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA Op:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121322.
RAV MULIERI, Plaintiff, vs. MI-
CHAEL A. MULIERI. Defendant
YOU, SGT. MICHAEL A. MULIERI.
HEADQUARTERS & HEADQUART-
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FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA, are noti-
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above cause for divorce, on or before
the 31st day of Janusrv. A.D. 1949
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
DATBD: This 29th day of December,
*' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOOKIN'O
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITz"*'
Attorneys
918 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
12/31 1/7-14-21-28
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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak on
"Chanuka in ModernTl mes.'' An Oneg
Shabbat will follow the services on
Friday evening and Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. Max Young as hosts.
Saturday morning services at
10 a.m. Sunday School at 10:30. He-
brow School Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation
and Bar Mitzvah classes at extra ses-
sion Thursday at 3 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m.
Late Friday evening forum at 8:30.
Guest speaker, Leonard Bernstein,
veteran of Haganah forces, will dis-
cuss "The Struggle of Power." Rev.
Philip Fried will lead In the com-
munal singing. Guest Cantor Nathan
Oreenblatt will take part in the serv-
ice chanting a number of traditional
Chanuka melodies. Saturday morn-
ing services at 8:30. Can-
tor Oreenblatt will chant the
Sabbath Chanuka Liturgy. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will preach on Sus-
picions.'' Junior services held for chil-
dren of elementary school age in
the Religious School annex at 10 a.m.
under direction of Max Bertman of the
faculty. Klddush will be served under
direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mln-
cha at 5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday School
at 9:30 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to
6:30.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maur
Ice Mamches will officiate. Joseph
STireibman and a professional choir
will participate in the service. Rabbi
Shapiro's topic for discussion will be
"Miracle Then and Now!" Sab-
bath services at 8:30 a.m. Student
services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Bar Mltz
vah breakfast for boys and glrlB 13 and
over will be held this week at 8:43.
Adult discussion group Sunday from
10:30 11:30 a.m. under direction of
Rabbi Shapiro. Bible class under direc-
tion of Rabbi Shapiro. Sabbath services
at 8:30 a.m. Bible class, under direc-
tion of Abraham Levetan meets daily
at 7:30 a.m. for a Mischnlas. Saturday
afternoons he will conduct a class in
Schatarls between Mlncha and Maariv.
Adults are invited to attend
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Qrauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Friday evening forum at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Grauer will speak on "U. S.,
U. N., U. K., and Israel." An Oneg
Shabbat will follow in auditorium.
Saturday services at 9 a. m. Bar I '
Mitzvah of Norman Ginsberg son of. '
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Regular Sabbath eve services for
Jewish patients and residents of the
Coral Gables area at Pratt General
Hospital Chapel at 8 p.m Di-
rector Robert Bergman will preach.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
As patients must retire by 9:45 wor-
shippers are asked to arrive promptly
at 8.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Late Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi will preach on "What Is a
Jew?" Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring
will chant the service assisted by
the Center choir under the direction
of Ben Yomen. Saturday morning
services at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi will preach
on 'The Weekly Portion of the Law."
Bar Mitzvah of Carl, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Wasserman. Junior Con-
gregation at 10:30. Center youth break-
fast Sunday morning at 9:15 in the
chapel. Hebrew school Monday through
Thursday 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school
10 o'clock to noon.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Are., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Krcmish will present "The
Story of the Eternal Light," a candle-
light pageant service. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow the service In the patio.
Sabbath service at 10:45. Children's
birthday blessing. Sunday school at
9:45 for children from 4V4 to 15. He-
brew classes weekdays from 3:15 for
children 7V4 to 14.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8 Rabbi Rack-
ovsky's subject will be "Reuben and
Mattathias." Saturday evening service
at 4 the Rabbi will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week." Mlncha at 4:30 fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and a program
of Hebrew songs and mlros. Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mishna
will be addressed by the Rabbi follow-
ing the services. Services at 5:15 p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish laws
and customs. Marlv at 6 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Sabbath service Friday at 8 p.m.
A reception will follow In the social
hall. The public is invited to attend
the service at 8 p.m. and the re-
ception at 9:30.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 4925
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Chanuka youth Sabbath and the llght-
'ng of the Menorah. Rabbi Raab will
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the Religious school staff. Mlncha at
4:45 p.m. Followed by Shalos Suedos.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally Re-
ligious school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Daily services 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
4:30 p.m. Mincha at 6:00 p.m. followed
by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi will
speak on the Portion of the Week.
Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Hebrew
School dally from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m.
Daily services at 7:30 and 5 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5.00 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi April will speak on
"A Miracle Within a Miracle." Cantor
Berele Kelemer will conduct the serv
ice. Double Bar Mitzvah of Frederick
and Herbert August, sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mr. and
Mix. Louis August. Mishna class at
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levitan,
teacher. An open forum follows.
duct the services assisted bv Jay
Owens, Gloria Berry. Jean Sarah Mech-
lowitz, Evelyn Ell, Jay Hlrsch, Phyllis
Nagle, Natalie Samuels, Barbara Le-
vine Henrietta Rosenthal and Estelle
Rubin.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 815
In observance of Chanuka, Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will preach on the
subject: "Light of a New Day" The
kindling of the Chanuka lights will be
par,1 .of the evening ritual. Services
will be conducted by Rabbi Zwitman
A reception will follow In Kaplan Hall.
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Daily services at 7 a.m. Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 121296
I'KAKL-KORNGREEN COHEN, Plain-
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To: Kenjamin Cohen,
1461 Hoo Avenue,
Bronx, New York.
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January, 1949, otherwise the allega-
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confessed against you.
Done and Ordered this 27 day of
December, A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk t Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
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and second Vow \\\ the .-
Beach Comber, :;i.i up the sea
son? Partially answering these
questions it may be slated thai
the first five weeks at Bisvayne
only .showed decrease in betl
of slightly over l percent while
the attendance figures gave .; !
boundxz.n -' Hellas asd covered
floodliltc --i r-r-dued provinces
in Asia A-'r.:a and Europe.
The Ltt'.e St^te Judea r.ood
out ar. ;-:'-ar.d m the Hellenic
ocean B* nm here fea Greek
ethos pew sproa* -until :t all but
ex::~-- e: the Hebraic soul The
art -: j ; :_; brvteft the poetc
mythology the craceful statuary.
the atiiletic garaes. the proioond
though: -:' fee Hellenes attracted
the sober JewUl mind as a mag-
net draws steel The upper class
especially took to pagan ways
with avidity In ^hose days Jews
bore such Greek rarr.es as An-
tigor.us. Aristobulus. Hyrcanus.
Lyiimachus E-.-en the High Priest
called r...T_=rlf Mer.elaus
The time seemed ripe for the
Greek Hitler, that half crazed king
Antiochus Epiphanes. to wipe
Judaism :ut completely. And he
almost succeeded. Shaded groves
dedicated to the lustful Venus
flanked the athletic arenas; and'years, we stand where we began,
both seduced the younger priests |X people apart, sale and honored
away from services in the Tern- only in its ancestral homeland,
pie of Jerusalem. Pig's blood was | Every attempt at mass assimila-
sprinkl-rd ever fee great altar of.ticn, whether in Catholic Spain
unhewn stone. The status of Gr Lutheran Germany, has
Olympic Zeus profaned the Holy brought unspeakable woe in its
of Holies. |--------------------------------------------.
It would be interesting, tho
futile, to speculate as to what
course world history would have
taker, had the 5 fighting Macca-
beans not checked the mad An-
tiochus in his criminal folly. The
legend of the Char.uka miracle,
like most myths, is deeply reveal-
ing. When Judas Maccabeus en-
tered the temple, he found scarce-
ly sufficient olive oil for one
day's use. But this tiny cruse of
undefiled oil, drained into the
Menorah fashioned under the di-
rection of Moses, burned for 8
daysuntil more could be pre-
ancient heritage to adopt the
n*or* ar.d ever, the religion of
their environment It looked as
:f assimilation would win out in
oountr.es where the grosser forms
of persecution had ceased.
Then Antiochus returned in the
gu_se of Hitler. Neither intermar-
riage nor change of religion saved
those assimilated Jews, half Jews.
or quarter Jews from the gas
chambers- The gigantic holocausts
made no fine distinctions in the
choice of non Aryan victims. The
survivors learned their bitter
lesson that the European Chris-
tian was not really sincere about
Jewish assimilation or conversion.
As in Hellenistic days, Jews could
only rely on themselves. The Ha-
ganah emulated the deeds of their
Hasmonian forebears. The Gentile
world, that gave no assistance,
applauded the victories of the
Maccabees ar.d the Israelis.
Jewish Destiny
So after the experiences of 3,000
Jewish Folk Chorus
Gives Chanuka Concert
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus appeared in a Chanuka
concert Sunday night at o'clock
at the Miami Beach High school
auditorium, 14th and Drexcl The
concert marked the lust official
performance of the chorus under
the direction of their now c>>n
ductor, Ben Yomen The chorus is
composed of 69 non professional
singers.
A young Jewish children's
chorus has been organized by the
folk chorus and appeared in
the Chanuka concert with the
parent group. Directed by Mar-
garet Chasan, who acquired her
musical training at Julliard
School of Music, the children
performed in the traditional Chan
uka candle lighting ritual and
sang a group of Hebrew and Jew-
ish songs.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1949
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Horowiti-Margareten-Rokeach Prepare
Passover Food Parcels For Shipment
For the first time in history, a parcels-abroad service has
been inaugurated to enable relatives and friends in this country
to send the Passover products of two outstanding firms exclu-
sively, to Europe and Israel with delivery insured.
Horoma Food Parcels Corp., 29-06 Review Ave., Lonq Island
City, N. Y., are exclusive distrib-
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Rokeach Passover Food Parcel.
This is a compact food package
whose shipping weight is 22
pounds, containing a wide assort-
ment of Passover necessities. The
Horowitz-Margareten Passover
products consist of 5 lbs. of Mat-
zoh, 1 lb. of Matzoh Meal, 1 lb.
of Matzoh Ferfel, 3 packages (('..
lb.) of Potato Pancake Mix, Va
lb. of Knoedlach (Matzoh Balls).
1 lb. of Coffee, V4 lb. of Tea, and
2 packages (2'/4 oz.) of Spices.
The Rokeach Passover products
comprise 3 cans (3 lbs.) of Nyafat
Shortening, 1 lb. of Preserves, 1
lb. of Honey, 1 pint can (1 lb.) of
Peanut Oil, and 2 bars VA lb.)
of Soap.
All of these products are the
regular, standard high-quality
Passover foods of these two firms,
packed expressly for overseas
shipment.
This Horowitz Margareten-
Rokeach Passover Food Parcel
costs $11.00 to the State of Israel
(which does not include Israeli
customs duty, port fees, and dis-
tribution expenses in Israel);
$12.75 to all parts of Europe ex-
cept Iran, Iraq and Russia; and
$27.75 to Russiawhich includes
Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Bessa-
rabia, Bukovina, and all other
parts of the USSR.
The Passover Holidays this year
begin on the evening of April 13,
and orders should be placed as
soon as possible so that the re-
cipients may have these foods in
time for the festival. Orders can
be placed direct with the distrib-
uting agency, or with independ-
ent grocery stores in every
neighborhood. The sender is as-
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mentioned abovewith no "sub-
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those urgently in need of them
across the seas.
T Chanuka Party
Presentation of a gold watch to |
Rabbi David Raab was the high-
light of a Chanuka package party
held Sunday at Temple Isaiah.
The watch was presented by the
board of directors of the Sister-
hood, with Mrs. Clara Mae Van
Ness making the presentation.
Also included on the evening"s
entertainment was a skit pre-
sented by the Sunday School class.
Included in the cast were: Milton
Tupler. Glenn Gordon, Jay Bren-
ner, Roberta Cohn. Sheila Gomp-
ers, Simone and Ivan Phillips.
Donald Chadwick, Jackie Fried-
enn, Nancy and Dor.na Schonfeld.
Shari FriPdenn. Sara Kleinman.
David Harris and Jaye Nessen-
baum.
Harold Shapiro and Jay Perl-
mutter were in charge of the auc-
tion of packages which each of the
guests brought. Hostesses' were:
Rose Brodsky, Mrs. M S. Purcell.
Sara Shulman, Grace Tucker.
Faye Tupler, Sally Tupler, Mrs.
Fanny Moscowitz, Mrs. Abe
Hirsch, Mrs. Anna Strauss and
Mrs. Ben Silver.
Friday night socials will con-
tinue to be sponsored by the
Sisterhood following the services.
Standing in front of th Hillel House prior to touring the new University of Miami campus and
visiting the proposed site for a new Hillel house, are a group of members of the Hillel Advisory
Council of Greater Miami, (left to right) Sam Weissel. Dr. Maurice Serotta, S. B. Miller, Walter
Kovner Mrs. S. M. Miller, Alex Cohen, Mrs. Ida Optner, Harold Turk, president of the council, Mrs.
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his father, Morris Gottliebb, 7641
N.W. Seventh Ave., has taken
over the real estate business of
the George Freer organization at
2290 N.W. 36th St. Gottliebb has
been in real estate since his dis-
charge from the Army Air Force
in 1945.
Miamian. Brother United
After Long Separation
A Miamian, Jacob Gritz, 1919
S.W. 6th St., was reunited with
his youngest brother, Joseph, last
week after a separation of almost
forty-five years. Jacob Gritz, who
left Europe in 1905, has worked
for three years to procure his
brother's visa.
The newcomer arrived in Amer-
ica from Paris on December 9
and is the sole survivor of the
Gritz family in Europe.
Miami Boy Wins
I of Fla. Honor
Haroid Herman, managing edi-
tor of the University of Florida
Alligator, weekly student publica-
tion, was recently chosen as a
member of the university's 1949
Hall of Fame. Harold, the son of
Mrs. Fannie Herman, 849 Douglas
Road, is one of 22 students to be
accorded the honor this year.
Members of the Hall of Fame,
selected by a committee composed
of faculty and students on the
basis of achievement in a special
field and leadership in general,
are pictured in a certain section
of the university year book, the
Seminole.
Besides working on the Alliga-
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regional Zionist college paper and
the Hillel journal attd is active
on all the campus publications at
the university. He has participat-
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The Chanuka Candles
PAGE NINETEEN
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Well' con-
happenad. What wcnl
far .is the British
corned?"
"The answer is that the .lewis!)
chemists had simply Rone la woi k
The
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
when you kindle the Chanuka candles, you recite the
benediction which tells about God performing miracles "in those | ami ,,.,,,! water into the pump.
5!' You can change the wording a bit this year. You can There is a certain residue of oil
W5; .. and "those" this time, for the same miracle about, in every pump which cannot be Gab,e8 Woman's Club M.
say
Israelite Center Women K
Hold Chanuka Party
So ierU .. I Messrs K. p
tars Stein Sisterhood oi w, :>.; and .
the Israelite Center held .1 Chan skj .: the sui
uka party List night at the Cora)
V
.s w ,". n tng \\
.
8aY. ^il enough for only one day which lasted for eight was
the great feats performed would be much worse unck
Morris Margulies. former secre-
. 0 -he Zionist Organizatior
Series, who has just returned
flnm a visit to Israel.
Mr. Margulies WM tt1ag_M
about
toJE?,I said, "it seems like the
M Maccabean story over again
Sh t?e exception of the oil and
the candle lights.'
"Vat. too. happened." said Mr.
Margulie?. -and even in a greater
*%ow Is that- I asked
"You remember when the Brit-
ish left, how they did everything
to wreck Palestine?"
Yes" I said, "I recall reading
in the par-ers. how they seemed
to be trying to disorganize every-
thjrg to the utmost."
Ye," said Margulies. "they
%vere seeking to bring about as
days of the Maccabees, when there
was no oil and the lamps wont
out. why. the people had to .-it
in darkness. Thus was bad. but to-
day without oil in Palestine, it
r a
similar situation. For today Pal-
pumped out It lies at the botton
of tl e pump and tb not gel at it. In the aggregate,
counting all the pumps, thii
amount is tairly sizable. So
Jews poured water in the pumps
and as ever) I ody with an clc
mentary knowledge of science
knows, water always
oil. The British had forg tten t
simple fact or counted on th
ing Goldberg was genera)
man of t':'.,> e> < nt
On tin program won- Mi and
Mi B Kat.-. singi rs Wi
I imuckler, singei. and Sa 1
G ildberg, who lit the Chanuka
candles. The program concluded
1 u ith commui .. and re
hmenta won' served Proceeds
from the party will go toward the
building fund.
"And this oil at the bottom of
the pumps was sufficient to keep
Israel going for several weeks
until they could replenisl their
stocks from abroad
"So you see," concluded Mar
gulies, "it was the same old story
of the Mai cab< ans ovi
happy Chanuka!"
much chaos as
the Jews would
no chance. There wasn t even a
postage stamp left, so hat the
mail service was completely dis-
organized.
The British," continued Mar-
gulies "expected the Arabs to
make a clean sweep of the Jews
Their officers were in the habit
of telling the Jews that once the
British left, the Arabs would drive
them into the sea. And when they
had to leave they counted se-
curelv on that, but of course, they
proposed to help the Arabs finish
off the job. So as I have said, they
purposely disrupted the postal
system and railroad transporta-
tion.
"They turned over their mili-
tary barracks wherever possible
to the Arabs and in such places
where this was impossible, they
deliberately blew off the roofs of
the barracks, so that the Jews
could make little use of them."
"Yes. I know," I said, "but what
about the candles, the oil?"
"I am coming to that," said
Margulies. "in olden times, in the
estine is to no small extent in- Jews not thinking of it'
dustrialized. and industry cannot
operate without power and in
Palestine, that means oil. So the
British proposed to draw out all
of the oil from the pumps, so that
when they left, Palestine would
be left high and dry.
'The Jews would be sitting in
darkness, they would have noth-
ing to dispel the chill of winter
when it came, they would have School Art Dept. Aids
nothing to run the machinery and ->! ^\i /->u 1
worst of all. they would, by thai i Observance Of Chanuka
one stroke, completely cripple the The arts and crafts department
Israeli war machine, for a mobile I ,ho Normandy school, 1021
army is impossible without trans-, Biarritz Dr.. aided the school's
ns oil. I observance of the Chanuka cele-
Israel. as it were, would be bration with a special holiday
conquered without striking a display of handiwork. The young
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bolw. The Arabs would just come
in and mop up and kill a few-
hundred thousand Jews for the
fun of it, if they wanted to."
"Now that you mention it." I
said. "I remember reading about
their draining the oil pumps be-
fore their departure."
"Yes." said Margulies. "they
pumped for all they were worth
and when they quit the shore of
Palestine, they confidently ex-
pected tjiat in a few days, after
their small reserves were ex-
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able to move, and not a machine
could operate."
"But nothing like this actually
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MmU fhrtfton
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1948
The Jewish National Fund
Council Of Greater Miami
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Greater Miami had a phenominal development in the last
decade. The balmy, sunny all year around climate draws like
magnet toursts and permanent residents. The Jewish popula-
tion is steadily increasing and Greater Miami is fast becoming
the laraest Jewish community in the south.
Equally marked is Greater Mi-
ami's progTMi in community
planning ox its educational, phil-
anthropic and cultural institu-
tions. In these endeavors it is
also, a loader and serves as a
model
Zionism although tardy came to
Greater Miami. Thero were liv-
ing hen many good Zionists, but
there were no .-spired leaders to
activate and organize the move-
ment About seven years ago
Zionist districts were formed and
before long their membership had
a phenomenal increase in in-
land redemption and reclamation:
issues receipts for collections; re-
ports promptly to the main of-
five; expedites all orders for
trees, golden book inscriptions,
etc.: carefully credits the moneys
collected to the respective groups
and sends monthly full reports
to the Zionist groups.
I think it will not come amiss
to remind all J.N.F. workers and
contributors that with the found-
ing of the State of Israel, J.N.F.
work assumes a still greater sign-
ificance than it had up to this
time. Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion in a message to the Jewish
National Fund conference recently
LEGAL NOTICE
bers and dynamic leaders emerged v.u r i-w-
. ,. ., ,. held in England stated: That the
whose mfluer.ee made itself felt ;r. .
, ,, .. opening of Israel for mass un-
loeallv ana nationally. ... ,
_ migration and its ability of land
.^v.-.- t.- :-,- :r.iCT.f-t.-::.T. ana _.-
., ...... purcr.ase for colonization cannot
the manifold ideoloc.es :r..-erer.t f u_i_.__i .._ ... ..
in Zionism, many gr Zion- ce accomplished wiUiout the full
life and action These 2?2f? i t^? 2?
devote their rael wlU help JNF" aC(*ulre and
umerous groups
work primarily to the Jewish
National Fund, t're :>: beloved
pular institution of the
nisi movement. This fund :s
dedicated to the redemption and
reclamati n of the land of Pales-
tine Each and every group
reclaim land and in its construc-
tion and settlement work. The
Jewish National Fund must sup-
ply the necessary funds and it
will remain as hitherto the con-
necting bor.d between World
Jewry and Free Israel. The Jew-
is- National Fund will svmbolize
kod -. raia'.i '.v. nne
their functions, festivals and fund the idea of social justice expressed
in the words of the Torah: "The
raising projects. Accounts were
i kept, and reports to the
ii.uii office were inadequate. The
work of the Jewish National Fund
was in a state of chaos. The result
of the ardent volunteer workers
was consequently insignificant
The local veteran JNF work-
ers, stimulated by the expert or-
ganizers and leaders of the Na-
tional Office strongly advocated
formation of a council to co-
ordinate the JNF. work. But
thi uncil idea was new and it
I k some time for it to gam
ground Finally two years ago the
Jewish National Fund Council
was formed.
It is gratifying to report that
since the council came into being.
JNF work runs smoothly, crder-
ar.d successfully Thanks to the
land shall not be sold in per-
petuity.*'
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 121140.
CHARLES FINK El,, Plaintiff, va.
DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, Defend-
To" DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL 1927
Wvnnefleld Terrace Apartments,
Brvn Mawr and IMrkside Avenues,
Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for annulment filed against
you by CHARLES FINKEL on or ba-
the 17 day of January. 19*9.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against you.
poXE AND OIIDERED this 17 day
of December. 194$.
E B WEATHERMAN".
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J TALIANOPF
Sol for Plaintiff
12 :'4-3l l 7-H
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FIA"RIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 121251.
ETHEL LlVII.l-E PARROT. Plain-
tiff, vs. JOHNNIE JASPER PAR-
ROTT. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOHNNIE JASrER PARROTT
<; nertj Delivery
Grimesland, North Carolina
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the PHI Of Complaint for
divorce filed against you In the above
stvled cause or. or before the 25 day
of January. 194*. or a Decree Pro
Confess will be entered aga.nst you.
DATED this 23 day of December.
194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court SeaP
By WM. W. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
itor for Plaintiff
17-3 Cor.gress Building
Miami 32. Florida
12 24-11 1 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The undersigned, desiring to engage ir.
t islneea under the I : I .s name of
-e Villas at 1460 Meridian. Are-
Utte, Miami Bea.-h. intend to register
sa d name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court Dade County. Florida.
MARION OPHER
HYMAN KURLAN
MARTHA KURLAN
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
attorney! for Applicants
2" !_- :-. Road
-.2 24-J1 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\" TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engage in
- Bees under the fictitious name cf
- Credit at *i* Lar.gfcrd Build.ng.
Miami. F.c-:i. :r.:e-.di to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
........... .,. ._. ./ .v.. .-. : C-.:rt of Dade County. Florida.
*....... M -->' C.air- V ON PREP AND COMPANY
- PrOSterman. practically Ml Langford Building
. Zionisi groups Joined and were '
serviced by the council The
council became a vea
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
01 It '. tlVCS .: ail the Zion- the undersigned. i1ea.li lug to engage In
<. ..-,; business under tve fictitious r.^-r.e of
-_-<---- .. -raft at 245? S. W Jth Street
rne excellent results of the first Miami, Florida, intends to register
, ----..-.-- -.-. -,--. -"------' sa'd urn with the Ork of the Cir-
_V'"YV ~ .c CXiaU eult Court of Dade County. Florida,
nan Harold Shapiro, the present I irvino schwartz
Lncumbent of this office tc still ............f.,:f WB*r
- eater e:':':rv :i L-.-.?ro\-ing and
itroducinf greater efficiency
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No
12123$.
LOUIS KARLES. Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN KARLES, Defendant.
TO: Helen Karles
117 W >:h Street
New Tork City. New York
You are hereby required to file an
arance in the above action for di-
vorce on or before the 21st day of
January, 1949. otherwise, a Decree
Confsjo will be entered against
I
Dated this 22r.d day of December,
ISO.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
itor for Plaintiff
.-27 Lincoln Road
. Beach, Florida
12 24-31 1 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the r erslffned. desiring to engage in
the fictitious name of
RARP.t MANUFACTURERS at SIM
west 27th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
tend register said name with
the '.erk of the Circuit Court of Dade
' _-.-; r: :;a
MIKE BARISO
ELMER GASKINS
VALENTINE BUNETTA
PRANK E SOLOMON
Attorney for Barri Manufacturers
12 -.7-24-3: 1 7-14
greater
meti: is in :r.e ~s :f the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOnCB :s HEREBY GrVEN tivat
COUnei: A rr^cr^ni _nira- i.V* --^e.-s-gj.ed Je:-ng t- er^-Ag- :-
. ; ^---- v_-.rr.ess under the '::: .. -.-e '
uon took place A new modern v a h Ma-ket at "4_ sw tu
233 Lincoln Road m room 208. ar.c ".-..:. Court of D*ie County. F*:r:ia
a full time executive secretary SKm ctotskt
was instalkd. ICisa Clara Golden-: bam s:l\-er
berg is an exr>erier..>:d bichlv ^"-'*r foe AppUeaaU
... P, I"" C-agress B".dg.
able it. .:: n-..\n.icer ana withallij 24-j: : 7-14-"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ur. lersigned. desir-.ng to engage in
--- .r.ier the fictitious name of
l-Brtte Berrtcea a: Ml Miracle Mile.
5 r". -:d... intends to reg-
>ler 1 e with the Cerk of the
C ixl cf Dade County. Flor-
ida.
BERNARD HOFFMAN
SAM SILVER
Ml rnej for App leant
. 2-Jl 1 "-14-2:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
nct:~e :s HEREFY Gr\EN tha-
-v undersigned, desina* -.- engage ir
^-S-ness under the fV
v:i na.
11 i-i-i7-i4-n
-> devotee cf :r.e Jewish National
>"und ideals N!:s5 G-;l^cnrtri:
1 herself ir.f.-rmed on ai:
questions and problemi :i the
JJfJ ani < -ntinns in advene ^.'. R"h*e* Res-a.-ar.t at r^
... Was-.j^rtor. at-.. Via.i EUach
ana r.c.rir.f: :.-.e ccnstituent groups FW-Me Ixteuda to reg-'ster saii =a-*
in iheir various undestakiBga She gSi." ^J*J o-i c<=r. -.<
listinguished tierseU last year ezra b_\phael
in the lueceaafu] narajiemer.: :f
:-.e Flag Day pr:;e:: She also
manages and ;:".".ec:s a ccrr.pre-
bersive Enjlish Zranist '.ir r>-
:r the benefH :i :'-: embers
ani the publk a: kcrge
'."-: ooaacfl co-otdinatea l-.
activities of all the r-enty-f:ur
ccnsiiruen: Zionist grossjsg; cjears
with the rr.a__-. office all funds for
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE > HEREBY GIVEN that
the cn-ler< .-- :-.- -.-g to engage in
.?.-,?? _:. ---.-'. r.a e Of
SBOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and BUN-
: F.Y SHOP a: : South Mian-.! Ave-
Miarr.i. Florida. :r.:*rit to reg-
later .--.i newt with the Clerk of the
.-. :f E^ade County, Florida
pavtd shor
jack a abbott
At: -.* '.< r Sfccr'i
Luncheonette i-.i S.r.ir;. 5ho-r
11 -<-:i 1 :-i4-:i
Life Insurance Estates
AirtHorttattvury ^iin-immM
NAT G ANS
Met-ec-J'-ts" L*e if. Ce.
07 Bsesrne %**
Ph. S-44P* s* g-Mi'
Sue er Ptppe sm fue jmm
L FE INSURANCE MIM
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO WAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL.
3 SCHARGE
IN COCNTT J-r.-r? 30CRT DADS
Or' V NTT FLORIT A N I-*31
RE ESTATE OF
JOHN WATSON BREMNER.
Deceased.
N'TICE :s bereVr gtres *.i*t I bare
rr.y f___Al rerr.r: ':
-harge as Adg-tr.-.nratur of
"he estate r-f .TOHN WaTSON BEEM-
NER deceased, aud that or. _. ;
-ii. ,i-._i_-? is-.i : __ i.-
..-.# H r, -*r.e -X F =j_.v- "
."i arr-rcr*: of saSi fisai rer-m aii fcr
f^al ijciarge as ..'.. ftt*-.-- -
tie s-.i-. : John vatscn beem-
NER. deceAsed
Til* *ti day of r-e^rtbtr ixa
HaRRT MrLTNXrX
\LkX R. S-.LVSB
-..-. j f_# AtTT.nt.rtratr-
1: i" :"-:4-::
NOT CE "TO CREDITORS
LN Tr. "NTT JUDGE r.~
N ANI F ?. DADE COUNTT,
FLORIDA :n PROBATE. No
::*'.
- .-- ESTATE F
_&..: :e e p_ftt:_ r*--***;
n ir. A_ Perstns Har-
-r aatsns .. Dueaaads Aga.nst Si.i
Era-..
You. aid es,-h of you. are harekq
-i ri required tc preue.-.t i_-.T
- a-v4 d.__ir:i si>ch vm. or
-i.: -i-? iga:V.r; UM
'- SATII E RAFFEL, ce-
'--l'- :--:?. Fi-r.ia
- H W F BLANTON -:.-r.
. --** : i;- _r.ty. and f&e the
^a-=< i. ? -'. j tsi Cocnty
- Dade County. Florida.
e-gf. :c-ia.- =::thi fnocc
Dhe it:* -.'. :t* f.-st pub_i=at.on iere-
=*-i 0^-5 -r ie-iris f> weta!:
i '.-1 i.tzrt'i the ojlniaat and
-: :* *ars to a^i rresected as afcre-
fci-o cr ta.Te w-._: i< barred. See
5ec--:c II" rf the I>JJ Probate Act
S SIDNEY RAFFEL.
As Executor of the Last Win a-d
Tuftaaiest cf SADIE B RAFFEL
Deeeaaed.
EARBT ZUKERNICK. ESQ
Attcraer for Exerstor
M-n 1/1
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT COL'RT 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 FLORIDA:
TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as
PEER KHAN,
Lakewood Township.
Ocean County, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
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 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 31. Florida
II 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
est.tte of Louis Mogul, deceased, late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W P. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
in the County Courthouse in Dade
Count}". Florida, within eight calendar
tha from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mand* 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 MOrtUL.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Louis Mogul, De-
ceased.
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attomev for Executrix
It 10-17-14-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
C mmerclal Paint Products at 1208
N W. 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
Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service
at ii.' Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE L. YALMAN
Sole Owner
:: 10-17-24-31 1'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLD CASTLE INN at 161 S.E. 2nd
Struct, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
C.cuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
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
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 I-10-17-I4-I1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANil
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -.
IN CHANCERY, No. 121114
KENNETH RYAN, Plaintiff, vs.
FLORENCE RYAN. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYAN
59 Hill I.in<-
Hlcksvllle, L. I
New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you In the
above styled cause on or before the
17 day of January, 1949. or a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED this 16 day of December,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit CourL
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
12/17-24-31 1/7 *
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
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.E.
Second Street, Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ONEIDA LaRUE
AQUILINO SANTOS
JUAN ORTIZ
FRANK E. 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
NORTHWEST MILL WORKS 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
EIJtY STONE
Attorney for Chester W. Clark
and John H. Schmidt
12/17-24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Windsor Manufacturing Co. at Co N E.
:rt Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to
reg.jter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAX ALCON
ROBERT SAUNDERS
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for App Hearts
".2 3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the or.de-sigaed. desirinr to engage in
business uzder the fictitious name of
FIFTH STREET MEAT MARKET at
14> N W Mi Street. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Oerfc of the Circuit Court of Dade
Couaty. Florida
SID WESTRICH
ELRT STONE
Attorney for Sid Westrich
13 l-:6-17-I4-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i.ayc LAVS'
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the underKgned. deedrtasr to engage in
bcatneea sr.der the flctitjoos name of
HORNS FURN*rrURE EXCHANGE
at VX1-J04J S. W. Ith Street. Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
w:-.i the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD HORN
fi>NET KALM
LEO SHELTER
Attorney for Applicants
J04-0* _P_aclfVs Building.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BELDS BEAUTY SALON at 420
ESPANOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH,
FLORIDA, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MIRIAM COHEN-
REN EE ETHEL ROLNICK
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
12/17-24-31 1/7-14_____________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121061.
HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA
JORDAHL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs.
JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA
L. SWEET, his wife. STANLEY C.
MOORE, and MR4S. 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 Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 60 of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a
Subdivision in Section 12. Town-
ehlp 64 South. Range 40 East, ac-
cording to the Revised Plat there-
of, recorded in Plat Bock 8. at
Page 2* of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
Lot 61 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 ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has
been brought against you in the above
entitled Court, in chancery, by the
above named plaintiffs for the pur-
pose of quieting title to the above de-
scribed property; said action being
based upon possession by the plain-
tiffs under a tax deed from the State
of Florida by E. B. Leatherman, based
upon non-payment of taxes.
It is therefore ORDERED that you
and each of you file an appearance In
the above styled cause in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
County, at the Court House in the
City of Miami, State of Florida on or
before the 17 day of 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 JORDAHI^ his wife, as
Plaintiffs, in and to the above de-
scribed property: otherwise the al-
lagatlem 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
i oiice a week for four consecutive
I weeks in The Jewish Florid Ian, a
newj^aper published in Dade County.
1 Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Flr-rlda. this 14 day of December,
AD. IMS. -------
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk / the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seen __.
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS, Attorney
Otynmia Bldg
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prnaY. DECEMBER 31. 1948
Both
; *?/?!Ihiih,,
El Grop
Plans Bazaar
r---i are being completed for
:'aar'to be held Saturday.
Sunday and Mor.day evemr.gs.
Janutry 8. 9 and 10, by the Sister-
of Cong- Beth El-
Mrs Eugene Schwartz is gen-
er;' --.airman of the affair. As
, g Mrs. Schwartz are: the
V :.: una B. Rappaport. Sends
Selleneer. Goldberg L. Snapxro.,
* soiomon, M. Shulman, Si
K Jaeobaon, Albert Perl Al- (
be- Zisman. H. Rotter.berg, A.J
Pepper. C StahL Members who,
'T interested in working witn
Mrs c ;hwartf and her committee
' e V- | to call her at 9-5075
0- Mrs. Stahl at 7-9419.
Over 600 people attended the;
dedication dance and reception;
held in the Dora August Memorial
Hall r-.gregation Beth El
Sunday night
\ me how ar.d a half floor
Ihow ir.cluded Florence Lovinger. I
soloist: Karl Shramek. soloist:'
George Cohen, pianist: Roberta,
Reiner, twelve year old sopranoj
Herb Leonard, popular soqgs: and j
the complete "Revue in Rhythm,"
presented through the courtesy of
Bill Peck's Dar.cing Studio. Mar-
tin Kit.-be r and his orchestra'
plaved for dancing.
Alfred B Perl was program
chairman with his wife acting as
co-chairman. Harry Pearl and
Mrs. Albert Zisman were in
charge of refreshments which
were prepared and served by the
Beth El Sisterhood.
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
SURVIVORS OF N1TZANIM REPLANT A TREE
D. ROSNER
Management
Dietary Law
Phon 5-0041
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Available lo Give You Personal Service and Iniortnation
PHONE 5-5745
Newsbrief
Jack S. Popick and Nathan
Waldrr.an have purchased the
stock of the corporation, the lease.
the supplies and machinery of the
Everglades Laundry, Inc., from
Louis Laden. Samuel Posnak and
Irving Posnak for $121,000. Sue
Carter of Neil Berk Real Estate
handled the transaction.
Pictured above are a number of survivors of Nitzanim. in the
State of Israel, which was overrun by the Egyptian army last
director of the World Confederation of General Zionists. The group
is replanting a tree sent them by Masada as a symbol of support
by American Jewish youth. Local Masada chapters are now en-
gaged in a campaign to raise S750, a sum exceeding the quota as-
signed this locality by the national organization, which has adopted
the support of Nitzanim as Masada's principal Palestinian project.
Harold George Shapiro is chairman of the Joint Program Commit-
tee of Greater Miami Masada.
Beach Masada Dance To
Aid Colony In Israel
The colony of Nitzanim in Is-
rael will benefit from the eve-
ning of dancing and entertain-
ment to be presented by the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Masada
January 8 at 8:30 p.m. at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel. Freddie D'Alon-
zo and his orchestra will be feat-
ured with vocals by Sarita.
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The colony of Nitzanim, which
includes many young American
men and women, withstood the
onslaught of repeated Egyptian
attacks until it was leveled to the
ground. Goal of a national cam-
paign sponsored by Masada is to
raise $50,000 to purchase new farm
and building equipment for the
colony.
Dance Chairman Gil Rappaport
will be assisted by Helen Haves,
publicity; Adele Zaker, tickets;
Lillian Schachter, arrangements;
Sam Soldinger. posters; Abe
ISchafer. door chairman.
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The Histadruth LTarbuth Iv-
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Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock at the Spinoza Forum. 11th
j St. and Collins Ave. All members
jand friends interested in the He-
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*Jewlstifk>rl FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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GREETINGS
E. M. McCLELLAN PHONE 9-3184
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GREETINGS
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GREETINGS
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MOLDING AND TRIM BUILDING MATERIALS
WOODWORKING MACHINERY
902 S. W. 69th Street
Office 6724 S. W. 12th Street Phone 83-2007
CHANUKA GREETINGS
CABLTON HOTEL
1433 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-2151
Anna S. Rothenberg
Presents Concerts
For Local Ys
Ben Essen, chairman of the
adult activities committee, of the
Miami Y and Mrs. David Walter-
man, chairman of the program
committee of the Beach Y, an-
nounce that the two Ys have been
successful in booking Anna Shom-
er Rothenberg for concerts in
their respective institutions.
Mrs. Rothenberg presents a
GREETINGS
Graves and Gladys Whitmire
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Office Hours: 11 A.M. to 1 P.M.6 P.M. to 8 P.M.
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GREETING ON THE HOLIDAY
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Miami Beach
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Fkxgler StreetAt the Bridge
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Anna S. Rothenberg
program of folk songs and stories
in Yiddish. The program is an in-
formative and entertaining ex-
position of Jewish life in Eastern
Europe and Palestine.
Mrs. Rothenberg will appear at
the Miami Y on Sunday night,
January 16, and at the Beach Y,
Saturday night, January 29.
Tickets are now available at both
Ys.
Anna Shomer Rothenberg, col-
lector and interpreter of Hebrew
and Yiddish folk songs and stories,
is spending several weeks in Mi-
ami Beach at the Edison Hotel.
Mme. Rothenberg, who has made
two visits to Palestine, is also a
well-known lecturer on Zionism
In her recitals, which she has
given all over the country, Mme
Rothenberg peoples the stage with
characters from the heart of Jew-
ish life of today and yesteryear.
She employs songs and stories to
amplify and illustrate her
sketches.
Mme. Rothenberg, who is the
daughter of Yiddish novelist and
playwright Shomer, was born in
Russia. She came to this country
as a very young child when her
father was invited to write plays
for the Yiddish theatre. Although
she absorbed the atmosphere of
the stage from early childhood
it was not until after the birth of
her son that she became inter-
ested in music and dramatics as
a career.
During her visits to Palestine.
Mme. Rothenberg sang for the
chalutzim. Upon her return from
there in 1928, she edited an an-
thology of Hebrew folklore en-
titled, "Songs Heard in Palestine."
In 1936 she met with a number
of the young Palestinian compos
ers and arranged a song contest
which was sponsored by Milam
an organization which she helped
to organize for the purpose of
promoting and introducing He-
brew music there. Two songs were
chosen and published as a result
of her efforts.
A pioneer in the field of Jewish
folk music and lore, she has con-
tributed articles to Der Tag and
the Jewish Review as well as
other journals. She also completed
a biography of her father begun
by her two sisters.
Xewsbrief
Martin Chochem, who has op-
erated barber shops and beauty
salons in this area since 1925.
recently moved to Palm Beach to
assume management of the beauty
salon and barber shop in the
Palm Beach Hotel. Until his de-
parture, Chochem operated thp
beauty salon in the Roosevelt
Hotel, 1255 Pennsylvania Ave.
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223 E. Flagler St.
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Phone 6-2493
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EVERYBODY WELCOME
GREETINGS
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JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES
A. P. LAND. Maanager
2465 S. W. 8th Street Phone 83-2249
GREETINGS
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festival .ii the home on Sunduj
for the resident)
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Chanuka lighting ritual, Yiddi
tongs bj Mrs 1> Kat. and n spi
cial message t.' the residents ol
t! e home b) Mrs J Chavi
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this affi ir ii i lu les Mi R' i
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Deutsch, Mrs Anna Deutsch, Mrs
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Governor-Elect Fullei Warren
has am unced the nami
rhosen to serve on his i
j:a:: during the next t< ui yi ai
Among Dade eountians
this honor are Sidn< vis. gall
Louis BandeL Paul Marks Fi
E. Solomon. Montagui R< si n
Harry Zukernick, Abe Allenl
E. Max Goldstein, Harold Turk.
Herbert L. Markov/ and Walti
Jacobs.
The appointees will serve as it
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functions. The group :.< planning
to attend the inauguration at Tal-
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block between tl-e Jews and Arab*
are said to have begun already.
Israeli Decision On Extent Of Arab
Participation In Elections Expected Soon
TEL AVTV, (JTA>An Israeli Negotiations aiming at the Ion
Government decision on the ex- tion of
tent of Arab participation in the
forthcoming national elections is
expected shortly, Moshe Erem, di-
rector of the Department of Min-
ority Relations, this week told a
press conference.
Erem Tevealed that at a recent
meeting of Arab leaders the opin-j Mitcve-. ~w ,ifi -. Cresident <
ion was voiced that Arabs should | Wometc0"*theatre5. was re-ele
assistant barker of Tent 33 of the
Variety Club at the annual elec-j
tion meeting held in the Alcazar
Hotel cl laat week. When
Wolf son Named to
Variety Club Post
not participate in the general elec-
tions in order to avoid complica-
tions with Arabs outside of Is-
rael. Another reason advanced for
non-participation was that no
Arab party has yet been formed, Wolf son declined to accept the
in Israel. The Druzes, numbering ] post of chief barker becau_-
10,000-12.000. have decided to' business pressure. George C
participate in the voting. I Hoover, general rr.anager of the
Erem pointed out that if the' Paramount chain in Greater Mi-
Arabs do not place an all-Arab j ami. was renamed to that office
Jewish Studies Group
Conducts Israel Forum
The Institute
vhics ;5 bowed ^'th E1
Cent- S00SW .We Miami.
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American Jewry." The pane
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Jewu 3-'--\ ~-
Beth David, ar ; I Miami \
HUDAV.DBCEMBna] ^
Home For Aged To Vote
For New 3-Year Directors
Elections of three year board
members will be held at the gen-
eral membership meeting of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, slated
for Tuesday, January 11, at 8
pm. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 1415 Euclid Ave.
The following have been not
tee: Ida Appel, Herman JT
A. M. Bear, Harry Danziger fie
nard S. Feiner, Abe Goodman.
Max Greenberg, Rebecca Knew/
Dr. Charles Lippow, Anna I
Meyers, Jacob Plotkin, Sam m
ter and Joel Zalis. Rlt"
WILNO
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PRODUCTS
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list in the field the government
cannot take anv action to force
Other officers chosen were Dar
Fitch, second assistant chief fcark-
them to do so, because some er: Arthur Schwartz, dough guy:
Arabs might want to support any,Don Lannir.g. property manager:
one of several parties and in- | William Shayne. fLxer. The Varie-
sistence on one all-Arab party
would violate their rights. Two
possibilities ior Arab participation
exist: either the placing of sev-
eral Arab parties in the lists or
the Arabs can contact existing
Jewish parties and ask for repre-
sentation on their slates.
A bloc of three Arab groups
one a Moslem religious party and
the other two labor bodieshas
approached the Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi with a request that they
all cooperate in the forthcoming
elections it was reported here
Hebrew School Sponsors
Annual Chanuka Fete
The third annual Chanuka
latke and card party of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation was held Sunday eve-
ning in the social hall of the
synagogue building at 8 o'clock.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangement, was headed by Mrs.
Harry Steinbach and Mrs. Her-
man Needelman.
The refreshment committee in-
cluded the Mesdames Hy Abram-
owitz, Edward Becker, Nat Coul-
ton, Wm. Weintraub, Ben Sokol-
off, Nat SiegaL Morris Rappaport.
Dave Kleber, Max Jacobskind.
David Meltzer, Albert Spears.
Meyer Taube, Harry Shear and
Isidore Golden. Hostesses were
the Mesdames Al Gold, Harry
Minkoff, David Parnes, Ralph
Bargteil, Peter Glazer and Hershy
Glantz.
Tickets were handled by Mrs
Joseph Schwadron and Mrs. Louis
August. Prizes were taken care
of by Mrs. Max Apfelbaum. The
Messrs. Ed. Becker, Wm. Wein-
traub, Hershey Glantz and Max
Jacobskind were in charge of
decorations.
ty officers' titles are borrowed
from carnival slang.
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PAGE TWO Jewish ncridfiar FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 E. Max Goldstein Dies In Auto Crash E. Max Goldstein, prominent Miami Beach attorney and chairman of the Miami Area Rent Advisory Board, was killed and three other persons were injured at 1 p.m. Tuesday in a three-car crash along Indian Creek Waterway. Goldstein was riding in a car with three other members of his law firm, including Jack D. Burris, 3185 Sheridan Ave., Na. %  1 i ^^ ^H ^B 11 B i £ |fc^*" ^^k i:.Jk Lw IMH •* 1 f v w i r%* 1 %  • DON'T READ THIS Unless you are interested in a sure thing and have at least $50 000.00 in cash to invest. I have a small subdivision which contains large home sites, a 2-acre motel site with egress-ingress lo U. S. 1 Hwy.. and 9 large business sites on this hwy.: an established business in a new building with living quarters with 2 baths and a 4-bedroom. 2-tiled baths. CBS home on V 2 acre. The price for aU this is only $82,500.00. free and clear. See owner at Trade Winds Pottery Shoppe. Kendall Fla. E. Max Goldstein DP Waif Lights First Chanuka Candle At HIAS N. Y. Shelter Dennis Cohen. 10-year-old Belgian DP. living at the HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) Shelter. 425 Lafayette St„ New York, lights the first candle at sundown. Sunday. December M. that inaugurated Chanuka. the Feast of Lights commemorating Ee famous victory of the Maccabees, the ancient Hebrew hoes who drove an invading army out of Palestine The boy s father was shot down in a Brussels street by a Nazi patrol. Dennis, who speaks several languages, is now attending school in New York. He was brought to the U.S. by HIAS. along with his mother, from Brussels. The Menorah (traditional candelabrum) was made by a Jewish sculptor in a German DP camp and sent to Isaac L. Asolsky. executive director of HIAS. as a token of the artist I.appreciation to HIAS who arranged his immigration to the U.S. The Menorah was made first in plasticine, then as a wooden model, and finally in three metal sections. Upon completion, it was sent to be used in the synagogue of the HIAS New York Shelter. thaniel Klein, 3040 Alton Road, and his brother, Morris, who suffered head injuries. Goldstein, 43, has been one of the chief figures in the explosive rent decontrol hearings recently concluded in Miami. He was the public interest representative. An AAF combat intelligence officer for 34 months during the war, Goldstein served more than a year in China and India. As a captain he wore two battle stars and a Presidential Unit citation ribbon. A graduate of the University of Florida Law School, he practiced law in Miami 16 years prior to entering the service. As a football player at the University of Florida, Goldstein was the first player in the history of the school to win all-Southern honors for three years. In 1941 he served as a member of the circuit court commission which conducted a thorough investigation of the Miami divorce mill. Goldstein was president of the Temple Israel Men's Club and was division head of one of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation solicitation units. Funeral services were held in Temple Israel Wednesday. Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiated, assisted by Rabbis Jacob Kaplan and Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches. The Jewish War Veterans, of which Goldstein was past commander, conducted services at the graveside. Goldstein was born in Orange, N. J. and moved to Jacksonville in 1915. He is survived by his wife, Laura; a son, Stephen, 10; a daughter, Jane, 7; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein; a brother, William; a sister, Mrs. Reggie Wcinklc, all of Miami and Miami Beach. Interment took place in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Temple Israel Women To Hold Luncheon Meet First function of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel in 1949 will be a luncheon-meeting, Monday at 12:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall of the Temple. Theme of the program arranged by Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman, Sisterhood program chairman, is "Your Health and Your Community in 1949." A panel on vital community health projects will be discussed by the leaders of these projects themselves. Featured in the panel will be: Dr. Murray Sanders, one of America's leading resevch professors, formerly head of the U. S. Army Medical Research Division and currently professor of bacteriology and medical research at University of Miami; Dr. Carlos T. Lamar, president, Miami Diabetic Association; Dr. John Elliott, director and founder, Dade County Blood Bank, and Dr. Herman Selinsky, leader, Florida Mental Health Society. Mrs. Nat L. Williams, will be moderator for the program. The musical program will be rendered by Edward L. Pastroff. Mrs. Isaac Levin, president, will preside at a short business meeting. Luncheon committee includes: Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch, co-chairman, and Mesdames Harvey Fleischman, Henry Hirsch, Maxwell Hyman, Harry Nevins, Al Jacoby, Norman A. Rossman, Elry Stone and Louis Zeientz. Beth Tfilah To Install Officers Installation of newly elected officers of Congregation Beth Tfilah will take place Sunday at 7 p.m. at the synagogue. Dr. David S. Andron will install the officers who include: Israel Diamond, president; H. Zeidman, vice president; Simon Hill, treasurer; I. Sobel, recording secretary; Ira Shulman, corresponding secretary. A musical program and refreshments will follow the ceremony. The public is invited to attend. The Chevrah Mishnayos of Beth Tfilah will hold a meeting tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the synagogue. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and others will address the meeting. A melava malkeh will follow with the Rev. and Mrs. M. Katz as hosts. Mizrachi Women To Meet The Miami Chapter of Mizrachi Women will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Miami Y, according to Mrs. Harry Steinbach. newly installed president. Plans for the rehabilitation of orphans of war-torn Europe will be discussed. 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PAGE FOURTEEN Jm 1st fhrkUan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 LIVES OF OUR TIMES RABBI ME/R BERLIN HO 0 1'CIO IY NOHMW t Ol NOOlU_ 11XT BY lUA 0 SHARON LWDtR Of THE ORTHODOX ZIONIST UOVE MENT.MIZRACM.CHAUPION Of f Hi RIGHTS Of THE JEW6H PEOPLE,5CH01AH AND AUTHOR ***&' BORN INTO A RENOWNED RABBINICAL FAMILY IN RUSSIA IN 1881,HE STUDIED AT THE FAMOUS YESHIVOS OF VOLOZHIN AND TILZ.AFTER ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN, HE WAS ORDAINED IN 1902. HE CAW fO THE UNITED STATES BEfORE WORLD WAR I AND BECAME A MEMBER OF THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE.SET UP TO AID JEWS flSLOCATED BY THE WAR. AFTER SERVING FOR EIGHT YEARS AS MIZRACHI MEMBER Of THE ZIONIST ACTIONS COMMITTEE.HE BECAME THAT BODY'S PRESIDENTS 1926. HE ALSO HEADED THE AMERICAN MIZRACHI FOR MORE THAN A DECADE. IN I933.RABBI BERLIN LEFT fOR PALESTINE TO ESTABLISH PERMANENT RESIDENCE AND TO DIRECT THE PROGRAMS OF THE WORLD-WIDE MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION.HE IS TODAY NE OF ISRAEL'S LEADING ClTlZENS^-^s AS A MEMBER OF THE STATE COUNCIL AND AS A DIRECTOR OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, AS WEIL AS OTHER IMPORTANT BODIES, HIS COUNSEL IS SOUGHT BY ALL IN ISRAEL. HE IS THE EDITOR OF THE OFFICIAL MIZRACHI ORGAN IN TEL AVIV,"HATZOFE," AND ALSO IS ACTIVE IN NUMEROUS EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY ENDEAVORS. A FOREST-THE MEIR BERLIN FOREST-WAS PLANTED IN HIS HONOR IN 1940. WORLD MIZRACHI LEADER.WHO STRIVES FOR AN ISRAEL BASED ON THE TENETS OF THE TORAH <->p. A ; .IT Westview Country With Formal Party A formal New Year's Eve party which has attracted reservations for more than 250 members and guests will mark the opening of the new Westview Country Club. The lavishly decorated club at N.W. 27th Ave. and Gratigny Road was known in the boom days as the Golf Park Country Club and was constructed at an original cost of $1,250,000. Club manager Edward W. Kavassy, formerly with the Oak Woods Country club of Cleveland, has retained Lynn Lucas and his orchestra to provide music for the occasion and the club's permanent chef, Marcel Niort, will supervise the cuisine. Marcel's foods became well known at the Little Palm and other clubs. Westview has been undergoing a complete renovation since last June and now offers members what is said to be the south'? most elaborate and beautiful clubrooms. Other facilities of the club are an 18-hole championship golf course, swimming pool with cabanas, terrazo dance patio, huge grand ballroom, dining rooms, pro shop and locker rooms, tennis courts, and a bridle path winding over the club's 177 acres. Decorator Jack Cameron was in charge of the interiors and the structural work and rebuilding of the golf course was under the supervision of engineer Edmund Freidman. Ross Sobel has been engaged as Westview's golf pro and J. A. "Buck" Ewing has been named greenskeeper. Officers of the club include: Arthur Ungar, president; Mitchell Club To Open New Year's Eve Wolfson and Magnus Altmayer, vice presidents; Joseph Weintraub, secretary; Leonard Abess, treasurer; Harold Landfield, chairman of the house committee; Jack Ablin, chairman of the entertainment committee. Youth Group Quiz The Young Folks' League of Temple Isaiah will have a quiz program following its meeting Sunday at 7 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the winners and dancing and refreshments will follow. There will be an admission of 50 cents for non-members. Luncheon Club To Hear Rabbi Ranson Rabbi Marius Ranson, spiritual leader of Temple Emmanuel in Fort Lauderdale. will be the featured speaker at the luncheon club of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Wednesday at 12:15 at the National Hotel, according to Harold Shapiro, chairman. Rabbi Ranson, who will speak on "How 1948 Changed the Life of the Jew," held pulpits for 18 years in Orange and Maplewood. communities in New Jersey. He has a national reputation for Christian-Jewish good-will work and was chairman of the Zionist Council of Essex County, N. J. In celebration of their 38th wedding anniversary, guests of honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, residents of Miam Beach who are well known for their work in Zionism. Beth Sholom Initiates Fancy Cooking Course Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood anounces the inauguration of a six-weeks course in fancy cooking to be held in the Temple dining hall every Tuesday at 10 a.m. beginning January 4. The chairmen of the course are Mrs. Alex A. Straus and Mrs. Jean Raab. Assisting Mrs. Straus and Mrs. Raab are Mrs. Alex Robbins, Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs. Irving Marcus. Proceeds from the project will go toward the religious school. Dr. Smedley To Speak To Beth David PTA Dr. J. T Smedley, director of Maternal and Child Health Department of the Dade County Health Unit, will appear as guest speaker at meetings of the Beth David PTA to be held in the synagogue Monday and February 7. Dr. Smedley will present a series of films to be followed by open discussion from the audience. Topic chosen for Monday's lecture is "A Message to Women." "Human Reproduction" will be I the theme for February 7. A short business meeting will start at 8 p.m." The program will begin promptly at 9 p.m. Beth Jacob School Gives Chanuka Show The Beth Jacob Religious school presented its annual Chanuka program last night at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Highlighting the program was the musical debut of the Beth Jacob Glee Club. In this group are: Ronald Fried, Bernard Cherin, Paul Ruthfield, Saul Kahan. Harold Corliss, Michael Bregman, Sam Leder, Roberta Roseman, Lauren Puritz, Renah Mescheloff, Barry Cherin, Rita Teitel and Efrom Mescheloff. The evening's program included candle drills, recitations and a Chanuka skit. A technicolor motion picture of the entire school and its faculty was presented at the close of the program. Refreshments were distributed by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood with Mrs. Jack Hirsch acting has hostess. Colonial Inn Opens With Minsky Revue The Colonial Inn, on the Federal Highway at Hallandale, opened for the season last Friday night with a lavish revue titled "Minsky's Follies." Harold Minsky, of the famous burlesque family, is operating the club on a low price policy with a two dollar admission that entitles patrons to see the show as well as dance. There will be no other charges. Purchase of moderately priced food and beverage will be optional. Produced by Natasha Kamerova of Folies Bergere fame, with a musical score by George Kameroff and Hughie Prince, the revue is a distinct departure from any entertainment hitherto seen in local nightlife. Starred in the large cast are Junoesque Lois De Fee, curvaceous Jessica Rogers, exciting Dardy Orlando and robust Carrie Finnell. Music for the show as well as dancing is provided by Ken Delaney's orchestra and the La Playa rumba sextet. Newsbriei With the opening of the Boulevard Drive-in Theatre on December 25 the first of Wometco's open-air movies scheduled to be constructed on Miami's outskirts began operations. According to Mitchell Wolfson and Sidney Meyer, co-owners of the circuit, the latest improvements for structures of this type have been incorporated in the new building located on U. S. Highway No. 1 and 143rd St. Each car is provided with individual loud speakers whose volume may be controlled by the occupants, and cars are parked on an uphill slant, making the back seat view as clear as the front. RABBI DrcMMVfNLOUC^ SHOULSON'S i wmm mmm 1881 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach—3 Meals and Nourishment **—Entertainment, Companionship, Therapy—24 Hour Reg^Nursing Care—Write for FREE booklet—Tel. 58-9318 esday, 5:03 P.M., WMBM, "Share My Thoughts"— Rabtn Shoulson speaking Miami Hadassah Will Discuss Youth Activities Youth activities will be discussed at the next regular meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah to be held on January 10 at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Representatives of Junior KV dassah, Masada, Young Judaea and the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America will appear on the program and Palestinian records will be played. TABLE PADS HEAT-PROOF. WATERPROOF. GUARANTEED Produced In Miami CALL 5-4360 For Courteous. Efficient. 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PAGE TWELVE Jen 1st tier-Mian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 i' i 1 .. I I New Enlarged B & To Open Formally When the doors of the new enlarged B & B Kosher Market, 810-812 S.W. 22nd Ave., open at 7 p.m. Sunday, the public will get a glimpse of one of the most modern, attractive and complete kosher markets in Miami. Sunday night's formal opening will be in the form of an open house and nothing will be sold. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to drop in and get acquainted. Business at B & B has tripled since the store was opened a year and nine months ago. This increase is the direct result of unexcelled service and quality merchandise, the proprietors stated. In addition to the meat and poultry department, the store will have a delicatessen department, an appetizer, bakery, fruit and produce and grocery department. Specialists in each of these lines will supervise the respective departments. Bob Pierce, manager, has had 24 years experience in the handling of meats. Mr. Pierce has pledged that B & B will continue to specialize in the same prime Western meats which have made it a shopping place for discriminating people. Wilfred Liebovitz, who will serve as assistant manager, has had many years of experience in the merchandising of food products, particularly delicatessen and appetizers. Mr. Liebovitz has stated that the finest New York and Chicago kosher delicatessen will be available at B & B. In charge of the poultry departB Kosher Market With Open House Post Office Announces New Rates on January 1 A new increase in postal rates has been announced by the post office. Effective January 1, 1949 air mail letters will be 6 cents per ounce and air mail Dostal cards will be 4 cents per ounce. The special delivery fee for letters will be 15 cents. Other special service fees affected are: special handling; money orders: postal notes; registered mail; insured mail; collect on delivery mail, whether registered or unregistered; and return receipts for registered and insured mail. New rates are also effective on first class mail. Three Days Left In Israel Food Drive Three days remain in the Food for Israel drive now being conducted by the Miami Beach Zionist District in conjunction with a national campaign under the auspices of the Zionist Organization of America. Support for the drive which is continuing here through the Chnnuka week is in the form of Chanuka gifts. Gift certificates in five and ten dollar denominations are being sold by the members of the Miami Beach District and the Miami Beach Masada. Yesterday was set aside as Food for Israel day and tables were set up all over Miami Beach for the sale of certificates. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the drive, urges all individuals who have not yet made contributions to do so at once by mailing their checks to Food for Israel, c/o Miami Beach Zionist District, 235 Lincoln Road. ZOA received a cablegram from the government of Israel expressing its deep appreciation to the Jews of America on the arrival of the first ship load of food there, according to word received by Ginsburg this week. Three additional loads will leave U. S. harbors for ports in Israel in the very near future, Ginsburg adds. Bob Pierce ment are Hyman and Sam Elgison, who are long time veterans of the poultry business. Under their supervision B & B will offer the best in poultry. The market, which is supervised by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, will sell no items which are not strictly kosher, according to Mr. Pierce. One of B & B's chief services is free delivery anywhere in the city. Mr. Pierce explains that this means anywhere, including the West Miami section, the FlaglerGranada section and other outlying areas. Dr. Kurt Singer To Open Town Hall Forum Series At Temple Israel Monday Dr. Kurt Singer, eminent newspaper man, author and radio commentator, will speak on "Beyond the Iron Curtain" Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Temple Israel in the first of the Town Hall Forum series, sponsored by the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel, Miami Shores Community Church and Robertson Memorial Church. Singer will include in his talk off-the-record disclosures about his experiences as a witness in the recent Hiss-Chambers investigation and as a star witness in the Nazi war criminal trials. Born of Czechoslovakian stock in Vienna, Singer is a fluent linguist and has addressed more than five million people on his tours throughout the United States. His thirteenth book, "Spies and Traitors of World War II," is on the best-seller list and gives a first-hand picture of the life of spies, espionage and counterespionage. Closely associated with the underground of several nations for many years, Singer is a frequent contributor to such publications as the Saturday Evening Post, Liberty, Coronet and the New York Times. Other speakers slated to speak nn the forum are: Dr. Gerald Wendt, January 27; Eva Le Gallicnne, February 28; Franklin P. Adams, March 15; and Dr. E. C. Nance, April 6. Town Hall committee members include: Robert L. Blue, Jack Daner, Harry Diamond, the Rev. Donald Doud, Harvey Fleischman, E. M. Graham, John Hamilton, Henry Hirsch, Dr. Jacob Kaplan, Max Holtsberg. Edward A. Klein, Herbert E. Kaufman, J. Gerald Lewis, Edward I. Lovitz. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, G. L. Mendelson, Louis A. Miller, Fred O'Neill, Jules Pearlman, Frank Perlman, Monte Selig, B. W. Slote, Harold Spaet, the Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, I. M. 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PAGE TEN fjewlst fhrldlian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 19 48 Marian Berman Becomes Bride of Charles Freefield in Thanksgiving Ceremony Temple Isaiah Thanksgiving night at 7 o'clock was the scene of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freefield. The bride is the former Marian Berman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman 1414 Alton Rd., Miami Beach and the bridegroom is the son of Samuel Freefield, Newark, N. J. Rabbi David Raab officiated. The bride wore a ballet length dress made of white satin brocade ai.d designed by her sister, Renee Newman of David Newman, Inc. The dress was styled in a princess design with a bustle effect. Her fingertip veil was caught at both sides with white satin orange blossom leaves. She carried a white Bible adorned with white orchids and sweet peas. For her "something old" the bride carried a handkerchief belonging to Mrs. Ophelia Vandiver, who crocheted the handkerchief and carried it at her own wedding over fifty years ago. Matron of honor was Mrs. Renee Newman, sister of the bride. Benjamin Freefield, brother of the groom, was best man. A reception followed in the patio of the Temple and dancing was enjoyed by the guests. The Misses Frieda Ankus and Sara Mandel presided over the guest book and Miss Blanche Pieros seated the guests. Out-of-town guests included Samuel Freefield, the groom's father, Benjamin Freefield and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ford, all of Newark, N. J. The newly-weds are very active in local groups here. Mrs. Freefield is financial secretary of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah and is editor of the Southern Region newspaper. Mr. Freefield is a student at the University of Miami where he is secretary of the Gamma Theta Upsilon fraternity for geography majors. The couple is residing at 1620 S.W. 4th St. Lucille Gold Engaged To Robert Shandloff Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold, 431 N.W. 32nd Ct., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lucille, to Robert Shandloff, son of Mrs. Nathan Shandloff, 350 S.W. 21st Road. The wedding has been set for June 5. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Senior High and is now a freshman at the University of Miami where she is a member of Tau Alpha Omega sorority. Mr. Shandloff is in the School of Engineering at the University of Miami. He is chancellor of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. During the war he served with the Army overseas. Gloria Kachalsky Gloria Kachalsky Visits Fiance's Parents Here Gloria Kachalsky, whose marriage to Jack Brettholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct, will take place in the early spring, is now a guest in the home of her fiance's parents. Miss Kachalsky is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kachalsky, Bronx, N. Y. She is a graduate of Walton High school and attended City College of New York. Her fiance attended New York schools and is a veteran of five years, three of which were spent overseas. Miss Kachalsky will return to New York in early January. Thelma Prince Is Wed To Frank Berlin Thelma Evelyn Prince, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Prince, Brooklyn, N. Y., became the bride of Frank Berlin, son of Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin, New York and Miami Beach, and the late Dr. Louis Berlin, at high noon Friday, December 24, in the Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York. Dr. Elias Solomon performed the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by her sister, Davida M. Prince, a student at the University of Miami, and the bridegroom's sister, Theresa M. Berlin. George J. Berlin, twin brother of the groom, was best man. The bride received her B.A. in 1946 from Adelphi College and will receive her MA. from Teachers College, Columbia University next year. The groom, a nephew of the late Henry Sugarman, well known architect, is a graduate of Western Reserve University and received his master's degree in foreign commerce from Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. He served in the First Infantry Division in Europe and was awarded the bronze star. Out-of-town guests included: Dr. Nathaniel I. Berlin, the groom's brother who flew in from Berkeley, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Berlin, Boston, Mass., uncle and aunt of the groom; Allan Wurzman and Arnold Feinberg, Cleveland, Ohio, Zeta Beta Tau fraternity brothers of the groom. After a wedding trip to Havana where they will stop at the Hotel Nacional, the couple will reside in New York. Frederick And Herbert August To Become Bar Mitzvah January 8 Frederick and Herbert August Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mr. and Mrs. Louis August announce the double Bar Mitzvah of their sons, Frederick Bernard! and Herbert Price, Saturday, January 8, 1949, at 9 a.m. at the Miami! Hebrew School and Congregation, S.W. 12th Ave. and 11th St. A reception honoring the boys will be held Sunday afternoon,! January 9, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Bayfront auditorium, Biscayne'l Blvd. at N.E. 5th St. No personal invitations will be issued. Friends! and relatives are invited. The boys are the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Gershon August,! pioneer residents of Miami who have been active in religious and| civic affairs. Herbert is the grandson of Mrs. Abe Kohn. Workmen's Circle To Present August Claessen The Workmen's Circle of Miami is presenting a lecture by August Claessen Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St., Morris Jacobs, secretary, announced. Claessen is a former New York assemblyman, teacher, lecturer and writer. He is an instructor at Rutgers University in New Jersey, Rand School of Social Science in New York and has worked with serveral AF of L and CIO unions. He is author of several textbooks and is secretary of the Social Democratic Federation. His subject will be "The Political Scene in America Today." The lecture has been arranged by Branch No. 692, Branch No. 699 and the ladies auxiliaries. Weisers Open Raphael Hotel And Dining Room Weiser have announced the re-opening for the third season of the Raphael Hotel and dining room at 146 Washington Ave. Operated under the management of Max Reifman, well known hotel man of the King David Hotel, Hurleyville, N. Y., the establishment will observe alll Kashruth rules as well as strict! Sabbath observance. The dining! room is open to the public as welll as to hotel guests. Reservations! may be made by calling 58-2844. | MJGUST BROS RV £ GIVE H'nai tVrith FUND DRIVE INTERF A I T H NOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks—Chops—Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED—5 1264 SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES WITt .0•0< l .... u aw JO~ COURT MIAMIFLOPin* I Joan Tillenger Joan Tillinger To Wed Alabama Boy The betrothal of Joan Shirley Tillinger to Victor Eli Hanan, son of Mrs. Eli Hanan and the late Mr. Hanan, Montgomery, Ala., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger, 2034 S.W. 14th Terr. Miss Tillinger is a graduate of Miami Senior High where she was secretary and treasurer of Tri Beta sorority. She attended the University of Alabama for two years. There she was pledge president for Sigma Tau Delta sorority and was a member of Triangle, a big sister honorary group. Her fiance received his bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama and now attends the university's medical school in Birmingham. He was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, honorary men's freshman fraternity; Alpha Epsilon Phi, pre-medical honorary; and Kappa Nu fraternity, for which he served as president for two terms. No date has been set for the wedding. MRS. 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I : _. lam -ECE>SES :: '.?*g Hebrew School To Sponsor Play, Supper And Rally PuP~ 5 .-, v Befarv* ; -; Academy PTA To Meet Tuesday Afternoon A %  :-.-. -c &l fa rr.\ of uu Hebrew Academy will be hcl. i s Tuesday afternoon at l so In : •' %  • '• • %  > auditorium, Mis president, an knlsl'lh,lh-„ PAGE FTTTJN terta: •-• % %  %  •. „, j • T -; ?.-•.:Arr.: -v : After -; will program aUl consist of a •r. *r.d answer period to be ':•> Ms Alfred Stone A : •• IfrS enter ^;::. ,. /-be s^ Stems-homo >e s -e-. >-7?e. for children Miami Hebrew School is ing a ^--". "2r € : .OrI tfn P Glaze: art %  -•\ ----Jack BeI3 newspaper coiiunnisl %  ... be given by the tooan mothers who were recently appointed to work in conjunction with the principal and meml era ol the Eacultj to promote the R' >d iri welfare of the school The mothers who were appointed in j elude Mrs Ruth Rubinowitz, nan. the Mesdames Blanche • .... Mix-.r.e Ro.nh.irdt, Pattl Chav ea Elaine Glickman. Helen Resnkk. BeV.c Lehrtv.an. Rubier. a, Ra Burris, Ethel Mamrhea Ifagda Meachelott Bertha Mackovsky, Lyr.n Levine, Luke as, Sonya Shoulson, 1. Boxenbeam, Lilly Stone and Jessie Sugannan Prior lo tba regular meeting the board of directors will meet at 10:30 aum at Raphaels, 746 Washington Ave Mrs Ben Zion Gins and V. mentatnr, •.-, %  •-: k*a recently r.ed from a low ol fteDP camps m Europe %  •-,.;; ft* cu lencea abroad Mr Be!'? : %  :•-. edby a pi gram Palestinian songs Th< : is invite I "enBeth Jacob Sisterhood To Hold Music Festival ;.;. I the Congregation Beth Sisterhood erill present th( • : iTth a~r.ua: rr.uiic fertivi t>ration of Chanuka ;. pjt at the synagogue. Featuri ~ : e rrrav.... be R: ; Ki ir.pfe: recording noted for her rer.ri:folk songs ar.d Palestin elodies. Also or. the program is Mrr.e Olga-Bilbor Stern, ncert pianist, a pupil of her mother v.'r. :r. turn studied sex Franc Liszt Otherappearing will be the Hy Frier: Classical String Trio and the Sine if Israel, directed by Joseph Schriebman. The group is com pi :' Dr. Paul Beck, Mrs. Elaine Weil, Leon Shift and Mrs. Leor.a Samuels. Pre m the program will be use:: for the expansion of the leligi u school. Hea i the ticket committee is Mrs. William Kline She will be assisted by the Mesdames David Whitman. Jack Felt, Louis Makovsky, Harry Genet. Edward Mendelsohn and William Standler. George HoffspiegeL Marvin Englar.cer. Phillip Pores, Philip Fried and Anna R. Berow. burg w.l! serve as hostess. Registration For Pa. Camp Opt-us Camp Navajo, long-established child]en's camp located in the rcccneMountains. Honesc'.ale. Pa announced that registration :'.r the 1^49 season is now open. I Resident directors. Mr. and Mrs Hamilton Pederman, 905 Al.. Ave Coral Gables, will be available for j nal interviews with rested parents. They may be bed at 83-1 111. The Federmans informed the Floridian that a 500 ft. color film of camp activities will be shown upon request. The vacation spot which is now :n its 31st year, specializes in individual attention to each child fitting the activity—whether it be cultural or athletic—to the vouth under the guidance of especially trained counsellors A well equipped infirmary' supervised by a resident doctor ar.d nurses is always ready for any emergency which might arise. Mr. and Mrs. Federman will be hosts to parents and campers or. Januarv 3U on t-e Starlight Roof of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New York City, at their 32nd annual reunion luncheon and reception. B'nai B'rilh loaders in Grontor Miami moot to launch annual fund drive. In pheta Chattel %  Jacobson. executive secretary. B'nai H'rith Council, (extreme right] s shown distributing Hi kill '..'•># mammoth benefit carnival sponsored by the Council on March 20 Sunday tiMi 1 al the rllaiari Beach YMHA. More than 7.000 persons attended the affair l.i-t year. Shown standing v l. tt S-xr.-. SUTW Coral G.u Spiegel. Shore Beach: Leon Sher Rites Held In Louisville Services for Leon Sher, 86, father of Jacob Slier, president cf the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration and of the West Flagler Kennel Club, were held Tuesday at Keneseth Israel Synagogue in Louisville, Ky. Burial also look place in Louisville. Mr. Sher. who was an annual winter visitor to Miami for the past twenty years, died in a Miami Beach hospital December 25. He had been president of the Keneseth Israel Congregation for twenty years. In addition to his son Jacob, he leaves four daughters, Mrs, B. H. Silverman, Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein, Mrs. Anna Sher Gordon and Mrs. S. C. Levenson. and three grandsons, Stuart and J. L. Gordon and Laurence S. Levenson. all of Miami and Miami Beach. Gordon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL t-HH ll o o s r i u s DON S. COLEMAN Need Help in a Hurry r—C-til rV-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whlt# and Cttl.'r-rd Hi? Phon#s MM — Mi 51 N. E. 5h atrtal AU WEIDENBERO. 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If^B z*f* • swatH^p TF*J ^A^ragMBEim^ *Jel*t flirt fitr The Chanuka Candles PAGE NINETEEN wrong ;is Well' conhappenad. What wcnl far .is the British corned?" "The answer is that the .lewis!) chemists had simply Rone la woi k The By DAVID SCHWARTZ when you kindle the Chanuka candles, you recite the benediction which tells about God performing miracles "in those | ami ,,.,„,,! water into the pump. 5!' You can change the wording a bit this year. You can There is a certain residue of oil W 5 ; .. an d "those" this time, for the same miracle about, in every pump which cannot be Gab,e8 Woman's Club M. say Israelite Center Women K Hold Chanuka Party So ierU .. I Messrs K. p tars Stein Sisterhood oi w, :•>.; %  and the Israelite Center held .1 Chan skj .: the sui uka party List night at the Cora) V .s w ,". N tng \\ %  8a Y. ^il enough for only one day which lasted for eight was the great feats performed would be much worse unck Morris Margulies. former secre. „ 0 -he Zionist Organizatior Series, who has just returned flnm a visit to Israel. Mr. Margulies WM tt1ag_M about to JE? I said, "it seems like the M Maccabean story over again Sh t?e exception of the oil and the candle lights.' %  "Vat. too. happened." said Mr. Mar g ulie? -and even in a greater *% ow Is thatI asked "You remember when the British left, how they did everything to wreck Palestine?" Yes" I said, "I recall reading in the par-ers. how they seemed to be trying to disorganize everythjrg to the utmost." Ye," said Margulies. "they %ve re seeking to bring about as days of the Maccabees, when there was no oil and the lamps wont out. why. the people had to .-it in darkness. Thus was bad. but today without oil in Palestine, it r a similar situation. For today Palpumped out It lies at the botton of tl e pump and tb e> < nt On tin program wonMi and Mi %  B Kat.-. singi rs Wi I imuckler, singei. and Sa 1 G ildberg, who lit the Chanuka candles. The program concluded 1 u ith commui .. and re hmenta won' served Proceeds from the party will go toward the building fund. "And this oil at the bottom of the pumps was sufficient to keep Israel going for several weeks until they could replenisl their stocks from abroad "So you see," concluded Mar gulies, "it was the same old story of the Mai cab< ans ovi happy Chanuka!" much chaos as the Jews would no chance. There wasn t even a postage stamp left, so hat the mail service was completely disorganized. •The British," continued Margulies "expected the Arabs to make a clean sweep of the Jews Their officers were in the habit of telling the Jews that once the British left, the Arabs would drive them into the sea. And when they had to leave they counted securelv on that, but of course, they proposed to help the Arabs finish off the job. So as I have said, they purposely disrupted the postal system and railroad transportation. "They turned over their military barracks wherever possible to the Arabs and in such places where this was impossible, they deliberately blew off the roofs of the barracks, so that the Jews could make little use of them." "Yes. I know," I said, "but what about the candles, the oil?" "I am coming to that," said Margulies. "in olden times, in the estine is to no small extent inJews not thinking of it' dustrialized. and industry cannot operate without power and in Palestine, that means oil. So the British proposed to draw out all of the oil from the pumps, so that when they left, Palestine would be left high and dry. 'The Jews would be sitting in darkness, they would have nothing to dispel the chill of winter when it came, they would have School Art Dept. Aids nothing to run the machinery and ->! ^\i /->u 1 worst of all. they would, by thai i Observance Of Chanuka one stroke, completely cripple the The arts and crafts department Israeli war machine, for a mobile I ,ho Normandy school, 1021 army is impossible without trans-, Biarritz Dr.. aided the school's ns oil. I observance of the Chanuka celeIsrael. as it were, would be bration with a special holiday conquered without striking a display of handiwork. The young I WANT MY MILK Beach Y To Organize Golden Age Group A meet 1 g to organize thi I en Age Friendship Club ol Mi ami Beach will be hold ..: Uv Y Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The committee in charge of setting up the new group, which wit) be composed of people over ^" *"0 .I....S 13 lllipU^iUlC Will.Out lit possible, so that port ation and that means 0 n. have absolutely •'i srae l as it were, would bolw. The Arabs would just come in and mop up and kill a fewhundred thousand Jews for the fun of it, if they wanted to." "Now that you mention it." I said. "I remember reading about their draining the oil pumps before their departure." "Yes." said Margulies. "they pumped for all they were worth and when they quit the shore of Palestine, they confidently expected tjiat in a few days, after their small reserves were exhausted, the Jews would be sitting in darkness, not a bus would be able to move, and not a machine could operate." "But nothing like this actually 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 er children drew pictures of th Maccabees while the older stu dents created dreidles arc. Menorahs. The holiday project was under the direction of Miss Nan Myers, head of the arts and crafts department. S. .1. Freednian HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth StsHebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +• Jen 1st fhridliar FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, l 94 j X Beach B'nai B'rith To Hear U. Of M. Girl Marian Ginsberg, winner of the Ross Interfaith Scholarship at the University of Miami, will be featured speaker at the next regular meeting of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, Tuesday, January 11th, 8:15 p.m. at the Beach Y. Also appearing on the program as part of an annual Hillel night celebration, will be university students Harry Smith and Elaine Danziger, co-chairmen of the Hillel Federation Drive, and Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Miss Ginsberg has served as Interfaith chairman at Hillel, and will receive, under provisions of the Ross Award, one year's tuition at the university, for outstanding accomplishments in the field of interfaith activity. The program will mark Miami Beach Lodge observance of Hillel's 25th anniversary, and has been planned by David R. Isen, program chairman. Harry Zukenick will preside. Local Garment Workers To Hear David Dubinsky Samuel L. Macy, manager of Local 339 International Ladies Garment Workers Union, announced yesterday that David Dubinsky, president of the union, will address a general membership meeting Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Carpenters Hall, 47 N.W. 3rd St. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IK THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA Op: COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121322. RAV MULIERI, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A. MULIERI. Defendant YOU, SGT. MICHAEL A. MULIERI. HEADQUARTERS & HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 5th FA GROUP. FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before the 31st day of Janusrv. A.D. 1949 or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATBD: This 29th day of December, *' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOOKIN'O WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITz"*' Attorneys 918 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 12/31 1/7-14-21-28 QI2eUH29r.TAOI HRDL MFWY PP Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak on "Chanuka in ModernTl mes.'' An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services on Friday evening and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Max Young as hosts. Saturday morning services at 10 a.m. Sunday School at 10:30. Hebrow School Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitzvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening forum at 8:30. Guest speaker, Leonard Bernstein, veteran of Haganah forces, will discuss "The Struggle of Power." Rev. Philip Fried will lead In the communal singing. Guest Cantor Nathan Oreenblatt will take part in the service chanting a number of traditional Chanuka melodies. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Cantor Oreenblatt will chant the Sabbath Chanuka Liturgy. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on ••Suspicions.'' Junior services held for children of elementary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at 5:15 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maur Ice Mamches will officiate. Joseph STireibman and a professional choir will participate in the service. Rabbi Shapiro's topic for discussion will be "Miracle Then and Now!" Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Student services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Bar Mltz vah breakfast for boys and glrlB 13 and over will be held this week at 8:43. Adult discussion group Sunday from 10:30 11:30 a.m. under direction of Rabbi Shapiro. Bible class under direction of Rabbi Shapiro. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Bible class, under direction of Abraham Levetan meets daily at 7:30 a.m. for a Mischnlas. Saturday afternoons he will conduct a class in Schatarls between Mlncha and Maariv. Adults are invited to attend Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Qrauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services at 5:15. Friday evening forum at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "U. S., U. N., U. K., and Israel." An Oneg Shabbat will follow in auditorium. Saturday services at 9 a. m. Bar I Mitzvah of Norman Ginsberg son of. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Regular Sabbath eve services for Jewish patients and residents of the Coral Gables area at Pratt General Hospital Chapel at 8 p.m Director Robert Bergman will preach. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. As patients must retire by 9:45 worshippers are asked to arrive promptly at 8. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi will preach on "What Is a Jew?" Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the service assisted by the Center choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday morning services at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi will preach on 'The Weekly Portion of the Law." Bar Mitzvah of Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wasserman. Junior Congregation at 10:30. Center youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9:15 in the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Krcmish will present "The Story of the Eternal Light," a candlelight pageant service. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service In the patio. Sabbath service at 10:45. Children's birthday blessing. Sunday school at 9:45 for children from 4V4 to 15. Hebrew classes weekdays from 3:15 for children 7V4 to 14. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8 Rabbi Rackovsky's subject will be "Reuben and Mattathias." Saturday evening service at 4 the Rabbi will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Mlncha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and mlros. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mishna will be addressed by the Rabbi following the services. Services at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish laws and customs. Marlv at 6 p.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Sabbath service Friday at 8 p.m. A reception will follow In the social hall. The public is invited to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the reception at 9:30. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Chanuka youth Sabbath and the llght'ng of the Menorah. Rabbi Raab will WEISER'S RAPHAEL HOTEL and DINING ROOM 146 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH Open under the Management of MAX REIFMAN of the King David Hotel, Huxleyville. N. Y. KASHRUTH AND SABBATH STRICTLY OBSERVED American Plan and Public Dining Room For Reservations call 58-2844 48 Pure and Kosher is 48 A Product that is Truly Great w —..**> .* %  V m -'viuiui, U>I>.JW>.*.•'••! VA4lt7 Will Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glnsburg. Stuspeak on "The Spirit of the Maceadents' services at 10 a.m. Saturday, I bees." Richard Hlrsch of the Hebrew supervised by Bernard W. Kimmel of V nlon Col| e&e. Cincinnati, will conSparkling Ho/May Refreshment! CITY ICE CUBES in Economical, Muss-Proof Sags-At these Locations: the Religious school staff. Mlncha at 4:45 p.m. Followed by Shalos Suedos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally Religious school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Daily services 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Mincha at 6:00 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Hebrew School dally from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m. Daily services at 7:30 and 5 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5.00 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "A Miracle Within a Miracle." Cantor Berele Kelemer will conduct the serv ice. Double Bar Mitzvah of Frederick and Herbert August, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mr. and Mix. Louis August. Mishna class at United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levitan, teacher. An open forum follows. duct the services assisted bv Jay Owens, Gloria Berry. Jean Sarah Mechlowitz, Evelyn Ell, Jay Hlrsch, Phyllis Nagle, Natalie Samuels, Barbara Levine Henrietta Rosenthal and Estelle Rubin. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 815 In observance of Chanuka, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject: "Light of a New Day" The kindling of the Chanuka lights will be pa r, 1 of the evening ritual. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Zwitman A reception will follow In Kaplan Hall. Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24th St. Daily services at 7 a.m. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Hl-Grade FoodCo. MEANS JUST THAT! 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:--X'^-^''^^S^^^W^&B^^SSrS^^'^Sf&^^^^'^^0i^^SmSf atJtawtUBoacIun VOL UME 21—NUMBER 52 OSTo Israelis Ordered To Return to Line Of Nov. 4 Truce PARIS—The United Nations Security Council Wednesday ordered Arabs and Jews to cease fire in Palestine and to open armistice negotiations at once. The council also ordered the Israeli government to withdraw its armed forces to the November 4 truce line. The order followed a British charge that Israeli forces invaded Egypt for 20 miles at a point only 100 miles from the Suez canal. The resolution on Palestine produced by the British struck chiefly at Israel since the lines marked out by the United Nations barred the Jews from Southern Palestine's Negev desert. Most of the fighting has occurred near Gaza, site of the Arab provisional government, and near Rafa also in territory allotted the Arabs. The United States, which frequently has chided the Russians for awaiting Kremlin instruction, apparently did not vote because orders were not received from Washington, a spokesman said. The council's resolution ordered its special Palestine committee to report on compliance Jan. 7 at Lake Success. This committee is empowered to study possible sanctions and even armed United Nations intervention under chapter 7 of the charter. Singer Appoints Unit Heads For 1949 Drive William D. Singer, chairman of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, has announced the appointment of the following solicitation units chairmen: Sam Blank, initial gifts; Jack Ablin, winter residents; Herbert E. Scher and Dan Ruskin, trades; Samuel Rivkind, hotels; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, wornens gifts:; George Chertkof, metropolitan; Irving Cypen, young adults. The following have been named M delegates to represent Miami at the general assmbly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to be Jeld in Philadelphia January 14. and 16: Abe Goodman, Jacob er, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and rsBenjamin Meyers. Alternates include: Herbert E. Sher, Mrs. L 0U1S Glasseri Irving Franke and George Chertkof. Clay To Turn Over Ike Koch To Germans WASHINGTON, (JTA) Gen. Lucius D. Clay, American comwander in Germany, has agreed 'o hand over fee Koch to the S>, S in the Soviet 2 ne for week w a 5,, re Prted here this mnt i Clay si ned the comRation of sentence from life mpmor.ment to four years for e widow of a former command""of the Buchenwald concenrat.on C amp who was accused of SH i Uman skin for lampshades a^ other articles. .AjWrdtag to the report, the extrL. permit Frau Koch's Rui a''? t0 Thu ngi*. in the wh?n ? ne> xn October 1949, iscomn? r P [ eS6nt four -year term ZlT requested extradition i* iLPSS a g0 ** %  char e German ? ,th brutalitv toward wman nationals. Federation Members To Decide Whether!* anad, •** Campaign Will Include Building Funds IKSKKL The cozens of the Jewish community will be qiven an opportumty by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to vote as to whether building funds for expanding and modernizing institutional structures in this area will be included in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. In addition, they will be permitted to suggest the amount to be allocated for this purpose. When the Federation was formed ten years ago, it was given only the right to organize campaigns for maintenance funds. but last year an amendment to the organization's constitution was passed, fixing the responsibility for the building fund campaigns for local beneficiary agencies with the Federation. Because of the unprecendented needs overseas, the emphasis in previous years has been on funds earmarked for there. As a consequence little money has been allocated for building in this area and present buildings are inadequate for Miami's increasing population, according to a statement made by Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the community planning committee. Pending its final report, Federation's Community Planning Committee has recommended that a building fund allocation suggested at $200,000 to $300,000 be OTTAWA, (JTA)—The Canadian government has granted Israel de facto recognition, it was announced here this week by Lester Pearson, Minister for External Affairs, at a press conference. Pearson said that Israel had given "satisfactory proof" of complying with the essential conditions of statehood. Change Of Policy HAVANA, Cuba, (JTA)—Dr. I. Alvarez, newly-appointed Cuban representative to the United Nations, this week received a Zionist delegation and assured its nvmbers that he will revise the negative attitude toward Israel added to the 1949 campaign as, taken by his predecessor, who the first step in a comprehensive five-year building plan. (Continued on Page 4) voted against the Nov. 29, 1947, U.N. partition decision. Alvarez will assume his new duties in January. Today As Then i i mhk the first Chanuka since the establishment of the ThU year'. ob.ervance of the feUval of Lights the n ^ celebraJed Jeru8 aiem 2113 years State of Israel, is in many respects JJBJ^ then> Israel is rejoicing to its regained inago after the heroic yictory of the MM"*** !" ? fJJU its territorial integrity and to safeguard its dependence. Today, as then. teMl is£|jd upon to del ^ o{ ght against might libeTtv in a Maccabean struggle of the few "gains! d eilher t0 hv e or die nobly, fought lib.; y in a Maccabean struggle of the few sga>ns ^ eilher t0 Uv or &W£*W Tne modern Maccabees who are. like *• flj enler Israel and to be settled on the land for and won the right for uprootedand horn ele ..Jews t d fay the st te 0 Ia and ti high Sl| ?t?Sr5-S 3SS2s^KK IMOi P-r month. Egyptians Offered Peace; Jews Claim Victory At Negev TEL AVIV, (JTA)-A major battle is still in progress in two sectors of the Negev front, it was indicated here this week by unofficial Israeli and Arab sources. Official news has virtually been cut off by the imposition of a ligid security blackout on news emanating from Tel Aviv. It is understood that more heavy guns, tanks and aircraft have been committed by both sides in this battle than in any previous fighting in Palestine. An Israeli spokesman did not deny that considerable forces are engaged over two fairly large areas —reportedly southeast of Gaza and somewhat further south, in the direction of the Egyptian border. Arab radio reports, monitored here, indicate a growing fear among the Arabs of an impending complete victory for the Jews in the Negev. An Israeli spokesman confirmed that the Israelis' offer of peace to the Egyptians still stands. However, he refused to state if a time limit were attached to the offer. He said that the Egyptians could indicate acceptance by nominating a representative to participate in armistice talks. Although Israel prefers direct negotiations, he said, mediation is also acceptable. "The Egyptian troops in the field, their commanders and even the Egyptian politicians back home would like to quit fighting, but do not know how," the spokesman declared. He revealed that the Egyptians are still deep in Israeli territory at Faluja and other points. He denied that the Israelis were locked in combat with Egyptian and Arab Legion soldiers in the Hebron area. This week Tel Aviv was under an air alert for the third time in two days. Arab planes dropped a considerable load of bombs east of the Israeli capital. U.N. headquarters reported that observers had counted 90 bombs dropped by Jewish warplanes in the Gaza-el Arish-Khan Yunis area, but that it was impossible to estimate the damage. Meanwhile, an Israeli spokesman said Wednesday in Tel Aviv that the six day battle for the Negev was virtually over and that Jewish troops were mopping up Egyptian forces in the desert area of South Palestine. He said scattered air and ground fighting continued, but on reduced scale. "Some" prisoners and war booty were seized by the Israelis, the spokesman said, but he gave no details. Albert K. Epstein Pres. Of Ampal, Dies TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Albert K. Epstein, of Chicago, president of the AMPAL, American Palestine Trading Co., died here suddenly of a heart attack. He was 58 years old and was visiting here for the first time since the establishment of Israel. A well-known chemist in Chicago, Mr. Epstein was active in numerous Jewish welfare and Zionist causes. He served in leadership positions in the Jewish National Fund, Jewish Welfare Fund, and Board of Jewish Education in Chicago.



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Hi I ••• o \\o nun world "• 1S iHI'niwiittng, 11 wan .. pure I) JewUh Idea M.i. m m ,, w rromMUnrtianb> the M.,.V.,S-.-O Utal brought huh, order, ,... and direction In I ". the West |'lV|'!i Bi>cayn Track To End Flirt Halt Of Moot I'lio BlaeayM Kennel Wltub UP the !.••>• •..-.; meeting It* the | %  % %  < Fall Drbj on New \ M ; ••. ^v .v .-. v %  ^, ........ v .'.in 1 I'Ve ill I Our peeuU.r dcuny ,ned to &*£Y '* J .no been rharfed M <; uK l>ut *• -'•-' %  over 3 :be year On Grer*k-S r i a 3TB S£\V"*S Svr --• %  • 3M 52S Arabs .r. -*: ?-• -* scanty rniutarv suedo ,.~_-a=t cess -•--• M witiur. :.-.* .*-•Hellenism D £ •.-.; 3rd ceer-iry BCL Alexander the Great cooqaered the v. %  : •-----— i: ^ ^^ ** rivilir-;: ::"-: := tie a:t-e field y par. o! the victory It was :: tnacfc £rea-ccnquer.ce that fee Greek 5"--.: swept ev*"-..-.:-s ieiore it Greea savin* rr.one theism from be-.:-.sackevi into a degenerate Hellen -sue :dolator>-. there wo;:'.d !-.iw r.-o Cr-.r.sv.A"'.t\ Assimilation CVidly enough. Jews in the 20th -•er.tury were again faced with the same diientrr.a and the lame tecnptatx'ns. Living 1.000 years m r-ur.-pe. they became tttached to t-e life of the West; particularly ifter err.anc:pat:on enabled their. to tu.ke part.i:\oi a significant part. hi fee ueatioa at Bu pean culture Educated, wealthy, emanci p-ated Jews looked forward to :-ooommg all out Frenchmen. Get mar^s. Italians and Englis: relig--"" li-"-r-i6 e %  •r"'*Pf*^" illey were willing to forget their and phu:; p-y rverSowed the' K no our mat! inspired spokesman the bunks of the river Ch i: UI W5 lU'v ,,,„,,,„., Erikiel devlarrd "As 1 live s.nth he Lord God, I will not he in %  ;•• ired ol bj you; nd Uuil which conieth into youi mind shall not >> H all; in th.it y,saj u/e will !'<• as the nations, as the families of the countries, to scn-e w and itone. As l Uve, s.uth the Lord God, surely with n mighty band, and ith an outstn I ai-v. and with fury poured out, will l bo king over you; and li will bring you out from thel peoples, and will Rather you out wherein ye are Fla*lei track are *< %  -. al of the countries scattered." of the meeting will >•.*•.: \. W and run <.< dajn .. Maj j Moal of the irayhounds thai • i.e.i .n Biscay r wil • i '•the West Ihough some Hollywood r.nd Miami ':'•... The two high points .• .. ... dui ing the closing nights at : ; ray ne are, first how much will Blscayne's mutuel play below last year's flrsl meet and second Vow \ \\ the %  %  .Beach Comber, :;i.i up the sea son? Partially answering these questions it may be slated thai the first five weeks at Bisvayne only .showed %  decrease in betl of slightly over l percent while the attendance figures gave .; bound xz.n %  %  Hellas asd covered floodliltc --i r-r-dued provinces in Asia A-'r.:a and Europe. The Ltt'.e St^te Judea r.ood out ar. ;: '-ar.d m the Hellenic ocean B* nm here fea Greek ethos pew sproa* -until :t all but ex::~£% %  % %  %  •e: the Hebraic soul The art -: j ; :_; brvteft the poetc mythology the craceful statuary. the atiiletic garaes. the proioond though: -:' fee Hellenes attracted the sober JewUl mind as a magnet draws steel The upper class especially took to pagan ways with avidity In ^hose days Jews bore such Greek rarr.es as Antigor.us. Aristobulus. Hyrcanus. Lyiimachus E-.-en the High Priest called r...T_=rlf Mer.elaus The time seemed ripe for the Greek Hitler, that half crazed king Antiochus Epiphanes. to wipe Judaism :ut completely. And he almost succeeded. Shaded groves dedicated to the lustful Venus flanked the athletic arenas; and'years, we stand where we began, both seduced the younger priests |X people apart, sale and honored away from services in the Ternonly in its ancestral homeland, pie of Jerusalem. Pig's blood was | Every attempt at mass assimilasprinkl-rd ever fee great altar of.ticn, whether in Catholic Spain unhewn stone. The status of G r Lutheran Germany, has Olympic Zeus profaned the Holy brought unspeakable woe in its of Holies. | ——. It would be interesting, tho futile, to speculate as to what course world history would have taker, had the 5 fighting Maccabeans not checked the mad Antiochus in his criminal folly. The legend of the Char.uka miracle, like most myths, is deeply revealing. When Judas Maccabeus entered the temple, he found scarcely sufficient olive oil for one day's use. But this tiny cruse of undefiled oil, drained into the Menorah fashioned under the direction of Moses, burned for 8 days—until more could be preancient heritage to adopt the n*or* ar.d ever, the religion of their environment It looked as :f assimilation would win out in oountr.es where the grosser forms of persecution had ceased. Then Antiochus returned in the gu_se of Hitler. Neither intermarriage nor change of religion saved those assimilated Jews, half Jews. or quarter Jews from the gas chambersThe gigantic holocausts made no fine distinctions in the choice of non Aryan victims. The survivors learned their bitter lesson that the European Christian was not really sincere about Jewish assimilation or conversion. As in Hellenistic days, Jews could only rely on themselves. The Haganah emulated the deeds of their Hasmonian forebears. The Gentile world, that gave no assistance, applauded the victories of the Maccabees ar.d the Israelis. Jewish Destiny So after the experiences of 3,000 Jewish Folk Chorus Gives Chanuka Concert The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus appeared in a Chanuka concert Sunday night at o'clock at the Miami Beach High school auditorium, 14th and Drexcl The concert marked the lust official performance of the chorus under the direction of their now c>>n ductor, Ben Yomen The chorus is composed of 69 non professional singers. A young Jewish children's chorus has been organized by the folk chorus and appeared in the Chanuka concert with the parent group. Directed by Margaret Chasan, who acquired her musical training at Julliard School of Music, the children performed in the traditional Chan uka candle lighting ritual and sang a group of Hebrew and Jewish songs. DRINK KINTY 0* w Water :t. tt: ~i **4 CASE or sne TABLE BOTTLES KJALLOK BOTT*. 'jroiwpn %  'SK T\TJV sriri Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phona 2-3213 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivi your roof rpalrd now; you will MV* on %  nw roof ltr "8tifetory Work by Experienced Men 14 a. vv 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-BS80 STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 211 3-1254 — 9-9472 While Help for Homes. Hotels. Restaurants. Offices. Medical and Dental Aaata. 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PAG] EM 509 1 M 824 75 A 860 \ l PAGE TWENTY FOUR block between tl-e Jews and Arab* are said to have begun already. Israeli Decision On Extent Of Arab Participation In Elections Expected Soon TEL AVTV, (JTA>—An Israeli Negotiations aiming at the Ion Government decision on the extion of tent of Arab participation in the forthcoming national elections is expected shortly, Moshe Erem, director of the Department of Minority Relations, this week told a press conference. Erem Tevealed that at a recent meeting of Arab leaders the opin-j Mitc v e -. ~ w ,ifi -. C resident < ion was voiced that Arabs should | Womet c 0 "* theatre5 was re-ele assistant barker of Tent 33 of the Variety Club at the annual elec-j tion meeting held in the Alcazar Hotel cl %  • laat week. When Wolf son Named to Variety Club Post not participate in the general elections in order to avoid complications with Arabs outside of Israel. Another reason advanced for non-participation was that no Arab party has yet been formed, Wolf son declined to accept the in Israel. The Druzes, numbering ] pos t of chief barker becau_10,000-12.000. have decided to' business pressure. George C participate in the voting. I Hoover, general rr.anager of the Erem pointed out that if the' Paramount chain in Greater MiArabs do not place an all-Arab j ami. was renamed to that office Jewish Studies Group Conducts Israel Forum The Institute vhics ;5 bowed •"• ^' th E1 CentS00SW -• .We Miami. a C y I % %  %  1 1 ; Impact ;, .,, N sut Israel 1-pon American Jewry." The pane \. Smith. B Barfteil %  ; Appel -• Ki ••• the m>t::u:e. Va" < %  • • ture, including the H guaw :Li cussed Rabbi Mu spiritual E T^e Inst tut I S is sponsored Bureau Jewu 3 -'--\ ~Beth David, ar ; I Mia mi \ HUDAV.DBCEMBna ] ^ Home For Aged To Vote For New 3-Year Directors Elections of three year board members will be held at the general membership meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged, slated for Tuesday, January 11, at 8 pm. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 1415 Euclid Ave. The following have been not tee: Ida Appel, Herman JT A. M. Bear, Harry Danziger fie nard S. Feiner, Abe Goodman. Max Greenberg, Rebecca Knew/ Dr. Charles Lippow, Anna I Meyers, Jacob Plotkin, Sam m ter and Joel Zalis. Rlt WILNO kOSIII IC MEAT PRODUCTS W< v list in the field the government cannot take anv action to force Other officers chosen were Dar Fitch, second assistant chief fcarkthem to do so, because some er: Arthur Schwartz, dough guy: Arabs might want to support any,Don Lannir.g. property manager: one of several parties and in| William Shayne. fLxer. The Variesistence on one all-Arab party would violate their rights. Two possibilities ior Arab participation exist: either the placing of several Arab parties in the lists or the Arabs can contact existing Jewish parties and ask for representation on their slates. A bloc of three Arab groups— one a Moslem religious party and the other two labor bodies—has approached the Hapoel Hamizrachi with a request that they all cooperate in the forthcoming elections it was reported here Hebrew School Sponsors Annual Chanuka Fete The third annual Chanuka latke and card party of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation was held Sunday evening in the social hall of the synagogue building at 8 o'clock. The committee in charge of arrangement, was headed by Mrs. Harry Steinbach and Mrs. Herman Needelman. The refreshment committee included the Mesdames Hy Abramowitz, Edward Becker, Nat Coulton, Wm. Weintraub, Ben Sokoloff, Nat SiegaL Morris Rappaport. Dave Kleber, Max Jacobskind. 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PAGE TWENTY MmU fhrtfton FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1948 The Jewish National Fund Council Of Greater Miami By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Greater Miami had a phenominal development in the last decade. The balmy, sunny all year around climate draws like magnet toursts and permanent residents. The Jewish population is steadily increasing and Greater Miami is fast becoming the laraest Jewish community in the south. Equally marked is Greater Miami's progTMi in community planning ox its educational, philanthropic and cultural institutions. In these endeavors it is also, a loader and serves as a model Zionism although tardy came to Greater Miami. Thero were living hen many good Zionists, but there were no .-spired leaders to activate and organize the movement About seven years ago Zionist districts were formed and before long their membership had a phenomenal increase in inland redemption and reclamation: issues receipts for collections; reports promptly to the main offive; expedites all orders for trees, golden book inscriptions, etc.: carefully credits the moneys collected to the respective groups and sends monthly full reports to the Zionist groups. I think it will not come amiss to remind all J.N.F. workers and contributors that with the founding of the State of Israel, J.N.F. work assumes a still greater significance than it had up to this time. Prime Minister David Ben Gurion in a message to the Jewish National Fund conference recently LEGAL NOTICE bers and dynamic leaders emerged %  v .u r i-w. ,. ., ,. held in England stated: That the whose mfluer.ee made itself felt ;r. ,, .. opening of Israel for mass unloeallv ana nationally. • ... migration and its ability of land .^v.-.t.:-,:r.iCT.f-t.-::.T. ana • _.., ...... purcr.ase for colonization cannot the manifold ideoloc.es :r..-erer.t f u_i_.__i •.._ ... .. in Zionism, many gr Zion, ce accomplished wiUiout the full life and action These 2?2f? i T^? 2? £ devote their rael wlU help JNF aC( ulre and %  umerous groups work primarily to the Jewish National Fund, t're :• %  • >: beloved pular institution of the nisi movement. This fund :s dedicated to the redemption and reclamati n of the land of Palestine Each and every group reclaim land and in its construction and settlement work. The Jewish National Fund must supply the necessary funds and it will remain as hitherto the connecting bor.d between World Jewry and Free Israel. The JewisNational Fund will svmbolize kod -. raia'.i '.v. nne their functions, festivals and fund the idea of social justice expressed in the words of the Torah: "The raising projects. Accounts were i '• % %  kept, and reports to the %  ii.uii office were inadequate. The work of the Jewish National Fund was in a state of chaos. The result of the ardent volunteer workers was consequently insignificant The local veteran JNF workers, stimulated by the expert organizers and leaders of the National Office strongly advocated formation of a council to coordinate the JNF. work. But thi uncil idea was new and it I k some time for it to gam ground Finally two years ago the Jewish National Fund Council was formed. It is gratifying to report that since the council came into being. JNF work runs smoothly, crderar.d successfully Thanks to the land shall not be sold in perpetuity.*' LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADH COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 121140. CHARLES FINK El,, Plaintiff, va. DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, DefendTo" DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL 1927 Wvnnefleld Terrace Apartments, Brvn Mawr and IMrkside Avenues, Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for annulment filed against you by CHARLES FINKEL on or bathe 17 day of January. 19*9. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. poXE AND OIIDERED this 17 day of December. 194$. E B WEATHERMAN". Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J TALIANOPF Sol •. for Plaintiff 12 :'4-3l l 7-H ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FIA"RIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 121251. ETHEL LlVII.l-E PARROT. Plaintiff, vs. JOHNNIE JASPER PARROTT. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHNNIE JASrER PARROTT <; %  nertj Delivery Grimesland, North Carolina You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the PHI Of Complaint for divorce filed against you In the above stvled cause or. or before the 25 day of January. 194*. or a Decree Pro Confess will be entered aga.nst you. DATED this 23 day of December. 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court SeaP By WM. W. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK itor for Plaintiff 17-3 Cor.gress Building Miami 32. Florida 12 24-11 1 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The undersigned, desiring to engage ir. t islneea under the I : I .s name of • -e Villas at 1460 Meridian. AreUtte, Miami Bea.-h. intend to register sa d name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court %  Dade County. Florida. MARION OPHER HYMAN KURLAN MARTHA KURLAN BERICK AND SHAPIRO attorney! for Applicants 2" !_:-. Road -.2 24-J1 1 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \" TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that •.he undersigned, desiring to engage in Bees under the fictitious name cf Credit at *i* Lar.gfcrd Build.ng. Miami. F.c-:i. :r.:e-.di to register •aid name with the Clerk of the Clr........... .,. ._•. ./ .v.. .-. %  : C-.:rt of Dade County. Florida. M •••' --•>' C.airV ON PREP AND COMPANY PrOSterman. practically Ml Langford Building Zionisi groups Joined and were serviced by the council The council became a vea NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that 01 It • %  '. tlVCS .: ail the Zion%  the undersigned. i1ea.li lug to engage In < —..-, ; business under t v e fictitious r.^-r.e of -•_-<•-—--.. -raft at 245? S. W Jth Street rne excellent results of the first Miami, Florida, intends to register ,— ----..-.-• -.-. -,--. -" sa'd urn with the Ork of the Cir_V'"YV ~ c CXiaU eult Court of Dade County. Florida, nan Harold Shapiro, the present I IRVINO SCHWARTZ Lncumbent of this office tc still .......... ..f., : f WB r eater e:':':rv :i L-.-.?ro\-ing and itroducinf greater efficiency NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No 12123$. LOUIS KARLES. Plaintiff, vs. HELEN KARLES, Defendant. TO: Helen Karles 117 W >:h Street New Tork City. New York You are hereby required to file an •arance in the above action for divorce on or before the 21st day of January, 1949. otherwise, a Decree Confsj—o will be entered against I Dated this 22r.d day of December, ISO. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO itor for Plaintiff .-27 Lincoln Road Beach, Florida 12 24-31 1 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the r erslffned. desiring to engage in the fictitious name of RARP.t MANUFACTURERS at SIM west 27th Avenue. Miami. Flortend register said name with the '.erk of the Circuit Court of Dade %  _-.-;• r: :;a MIKE BARISO ELMER GASKINS VALENTINE BUNETTA PRANK E SOLOMON Attorney for Barri Manufacturers 12 -.7-24-3: 1 7-14 greater meti: is in :r.e ~s :f the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOnCB :s HEREBY GrVEN tivat COUnei: A rr^cr^ni _nirai. V --^e.-s-gj.ed Je:-ng ter^-Ag:. ; • ^-—--v_-.rr.ess under the '::: .. -.-e uon took place A new m odern v A H Ma-ket at "4 sw tu 233 Lincoln Road m room 208. ar.c %  .-..:•. Court of D*ie County. F*:r:ia a full time executive secretary SKM CTOTSKT was instalkd. ICisa Clara Golden-: BAM S:L\-ER berg is an exr>erier..>:d bichlv ^"-'*r foe AppUeaaU ... P, I"" C-agress B".dg. able it. .: %  : n-..\n.icer ana withallij 24-J: : 7-14-" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ur. lersigned. desir-.ng to engage in --.r.ier the fictitious name of l-Brtte Berrtcea a: Ml Miracle Mile. 5 r". -:d... intends to reg>ler 1 e with the Cerk of the C ixl cf Dade County. Florida. BERNARD HOFFMAN SAM SILVER Ml rnej for App leant 2-Jl 1 "-14-2: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NCT:~E :S HEREFY Gr\EN tha•v undersigned, desina* .engage ir ^-S-ness under the fV v:i na—. 11 i-i-i7-i4-n -> devotee cf :r.e Jewish National >"und ideals N!:s5 G-;l^cnrtri: 1 herself ir.f.-rmed on ai: questions and pr ob l e mi :i the JJfJ ani < -ntinns in advene ^.'. R h e Res-a.-ar.t at r^ ... Was-.j^rtor. AT-.. Via—.i EUach ana r.c.rir.f: :.-.e ccnstituent groups FW-Me Ixteuda to reg-'ster saii =a-* in iheir various undestakiBga She gSi." ^J*J o-i c<=r. -.< listinguished tierseU last year EZRA B_\PHAEL in the lueceaafu] narajiemer.: :f :-.e Flag Day pr:;e:: She also manages and ;:".".ec:s a ccrr.prebersive Enjlish Zranist '.ir— r>:r the benefH :i :'%  : —embers ani the publk a: kcrge '."-: ooaacfl co-otdinatea L-. activities of all the r-enty-f:ur ccnsiiruen: Zionist grossjsg; cjears with the rr.a__-. office all funds for NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE > %  HEREBY GIVEN that the cn-ler< .-. :-.-.-g to engage in .?.-,?? _:. ---.-'.• r.a— e Of SBOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and BUN: F.Y SHOP a: •:• South Mian-.! AveMiarr.i. Florida. :r.:*r i t to reglater .--.i newt with the Clerk of the .-. :f E^ade County, Florida PAVTD SHOR JACK A ABBOTT At: % %  •-.* %  '.< r Sfccr'i Luncheonette i-.i S.r.ir;. 5ho-r 11 -<-:i 1 :-i4-:i Life Insurance Estates AirtHorttattvury ^iin-immM NAT G ANS Met-ec-J'-ts" L*e if. Ce. •07 Bsesrne %** Ph. S-44P* s* g-Mi' Sue er Ptppe SM fue jmm L FE INSURANCE MIM NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO WAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL. 3 SCHARGE IN COCNTT J-r.-r? 30CRT DADS Or' V NTT FLORIT A — N I-*31 RE ESTATE OF JOHN WATSON BREMNER. Deceased. N'TICE :s bereVr gtres *.i*t I bare rr.y f___Al rerr.r: ':• -harge as Adg-tr.-.nratur of "•he estate r-f T OHN WATSON BEEMNER deceased, aud that or. •_. ;• -ii. -• ,i-._i_-? is-.i : __ i.•..-.# H r, -*r.e -X F =j_.v" ."ich VM. or -i.: -i-? iga:V.r; UM %  'SATII E RAFFEL, ce%  '--L':--:?. Fi-r.ia •H W F BLANTON -:.-r. --** : i;_r.ty. and f&e the ^a-=< — i. ? -•'. j tsi Cocnty Dade County. Florida. e-gf. :c-ia.=::thi fnocc Dhe it:* -.'. :t* f.-st pub_i=at.on iere=*-i 0^-5 -r ie-iris f> weta!: •i '.-1 i.tzrt'i %  the ojlniaat and •-: : %  §*ars to a^i rresected as afcrefci-o cr ta.Te w-._: i< barred. See 5ec--:c II" rf the I>JJ Probate Act S SIDNEY RAFFEL. As Executor of the Last Win a-d Tuftaaiest cf SADIE B RAFFEL Deeeaaed. EARBT ZUKERNICK. ESQ Attcraer for Exerstor M-n 1/1 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT COL'RT 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 FLORIDA: TO: PAUL KHAN, also known as PEER KHAN, Lakewood Township. Ocean County, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above 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 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 31. Florida II 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 est.tte of Louis Mogul, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W P. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade Count}". Florida, within eight calendar tha from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demand* 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 MOrtUL. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Louis Mogul, Deceased. HERBERT E. KAUFMAN Attomev for Executrix It 10-17-14-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of C mmerclal Paint Products at 1208 N W. 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 Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service at ii.' Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE L. YALMAN Sole Owner :: 10-17-24-31 1'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OLD CASTLE INN at 161 S.E. 2nd Struct, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the C.cuit Court of Dade County, FlorSOLOMON 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 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 I-10-17-I4-I1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANil FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -. IN CHANCERY, No. 121114 KENNETH RYAN, Plaintiff, vs. FLORENCE RYAN. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MRS. FLORENCE RYAN 59 Hill I.in N W Mi Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Oerfc of the Circuit Court of Dade Couaty. Florida SID WESTRICH ELRT STONE Attorney for Sid Westrich 13 l-:6-17-I4-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i. a yc LAVS' NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the underKgned. deedrtasr to engage in bcatneea sr.der the flctitjoos name of HORNS FURN*rrURE EXCHANGE at VX1-J04J S. W. Ith Street. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name w:-.i the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD HORN fi>N ET KALM LEO SHELTER Attorney for Applicants J04-0* _P_aclfVs Building. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BELDS BEAUTY SALON at 420 ESPANOLA WAY, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MIRIAM COHENREN EE ETHEL ROLNICK WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121061. HAROLD JORDAHL, and AURORA JORDAHL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. JACOB B. SWEET, and GENEVA L. SWEET, his wife. STANLEY C. MOORE, and MR4S. 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 Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 60 of TAMIAMI LAWNS, a Subdivision in Section 12. Townehlp 64 South. Range 40 East, according to the Revised Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Bock 8. at Page 2* of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. Lot 61 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 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit has been brought against you in the above entitled Court, in chancery, by the above named plaintiffs for the purpose of quieting title to the above described property; said action being based upon possession by the plaintiffs under a tax deed from the State of Florida by E. B. Leatherman, based upon non-payment of taxes. It is therefore ORDERED that you and each of you file an appearance In the above styled cause in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, at the Court House in the City of Miami, State of Florida on or before the 17 day of 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 JORDAHI^ his wife, as Plaintiffs, in and to the above described property: otherwise the allagatlem 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 i oiice a week for four consecutive I weeks in The Jewish Florid Ian, a newj^aper published in Dade County. 1 Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Flr-rlda. this 14 day of December, AD. IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk / the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seen __ „ %  % %  By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. 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PAGE EIGHT *• Jen 1st Fhrl\ : W Frances Nelson To Wed Joseph Gardner Frances Nelson Plans for a spring wedding are being made by two Miami Beach High school graduates, Frances Nelson and Joseph Gardner, whose engagement was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Nelson, 708 West 51st St., Miami Beach. Mr. Gardner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1504 Michigan Ave. Miami V Raises Membership Dues For the first time since 1944 there will be an increase in membership dues at the Miami YMYWHA, according to an announcement by Leon Kaplan, president. "Our budget for 1949 is over 300^ greater than our budget for 1944.'' Kaplan explained. "If we want to keep abreast of the times and make our programs progressively better, we must take cognizance of the costs involved." The new rates which will be effective January 1, 1949 are: family membership, consisting of husband and wife and children up to 18 years of age, $15 per year; individual male and female memberships, $10; intermediate membership, consisting of young men and women between the ages of 18 and 21, $5; junior memberships, including boys and girls through the ages of 17 whose parents are net members, $3. Single memberships for married persons have been discontinued. Hereafter a married person must pay $15. % urdine's GIRLS' JIVE JACKETS $1.50 1 Generously tailored for roomy, easy-going comfort. Two deep pouch pockets for all your accessories. Decorated with jive talk, plenty of space for autographs. Made of easy-to-launder sanforized cotton canvas. Small, medium, and large sizes in the group. Burdine's, Miami, Hi-School Shop. Fourth Floor Personally Speaking • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simkowitz, 5825 La Gorce Drive, have as their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stahl of New York, Mrs. Simkowitz's brother and his wife. The guests will be entertained by a round of parties given in their honor by family and friends. They will remain here until shortly after the New Year. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suberman of Chapel Hill, N. C, and son Rick are spending the holidays with Mr. Suberman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Suberman, 514 S.W. 26th Road. Also at home with the Subermans is their daughter Sheilah who is a student at the University of Florida. Marwin Cassel, who is spending several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Cassel, 401 N.E. 17th St., has been joined by his University of Florida room mate, Lindy Savage of Jacksonville. Several parties have been planned for the boys during their say. Marwin, who was recently intiated into Florida Blue Key, honorary service fraternity, is secretary of labor in the cabinet of the student body president. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, 1630 S.W. 10th St., were hosts to a group of Boston friends at a Chanuka latke party Wednesday night. •* Visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Freedman, is Gilbert Freedman, freshman student at the Boston School of Optometry. Gilbert is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler of Miami Beach. Another guest in the Freedman home is their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Freddy Freedman and her son, who will spend the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, 5736 S.W. 9th Terr., have as their guest Mrs. Tillie Leiter, Mrs. Greene's sister, who arrived from Glendale, California, to spend the winter in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, 1500 S.W. 1st Ave., spent last weekend in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Orlando visiting friends and relatives. %  %  Riita Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St., has been notified that she has been accepted at Barnard College in New York. Rita, who attended the University of Miami, was elected Miss University of Miami last year. %  Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin, 945 Meridian Ave., returned to her home Saturday after extending her summer vacation to attend the wedding of her son, Frank, which took place on December 24 in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldfarb of Coral Gables are entertaining as house-guests Mr. and Mrs. Lou Spielberger, of Brooklyn. Mrs. Goldtarb is the sister of Mr. Spielberger. The northern visitors were accompanied here by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levy, also of Brooklyn, and their son, who are staying at the Park Avenue Hotel, Miami Beach. A pre-New Year's celebration will be held at the law offices of George J. Talianoff, Suite 209, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, today from 3 to 5. The "house warming" will mark the return of Mr. Talianoff to private practice on January 1. Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Kullback, their son, Joseph Henry, and daughter, Sally Eve, are visiting Dr. Kullback's brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Becker, 1121 S.W. 2nd St. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson and sons attended the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew and cousin. Sandier Harvey Dickson, held Saturday in West Palm Beach. The young confirmand is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dickson, pioneer residents of West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated at the Congregation Beth El, of which Mr. Dickson is former president. %  "ATETOIOSK m iArnijitncoLn ii^Dii>snsifi gi MJ t fLAGUI ST tl J55 LINCOIH HOAD OPEN 10:-) MIAMIKACH H:4S SUNDAVH OPEN 1:45 SHARE APARTMENT Business man (permanent resident) desires to share his apartment or to rent separate room. Short walking distance downtown. References exchanged. PHONE 2-8947 6 to 8 P.M. ML plan To Enjpy A KmO Style NEV/ YEAR SEVE1 tf per per son cludee STEAK DXWWfB; Fun. RS22Si Noi tern UJ HOTfl DINING ROOM 800 WASHINGTON AVE.MIAMI BEACH RSS. io


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 Young Pianist Eugene List To Appear In Concert Here January 23 And 24 50th anniversary of the Czech Ph.lharmonic, and to concerts both for GIs in the Army of Occupation and for civjhans in major European capitals. In the spring of 1947 they began a five month return-by-request tour of important cities of Europe, where they played separately and in joint concert. Trev | also mace several good-will tours 'loathe Army in Germany and | They are occasionally available for joint appearances in this country; they broke all records foi opening nifiht attend the long history of the Robin Hood Dell in Philadelphia, when thev appeared under the baton o'f | Dmitri Mitropoulos: and at a ,1-cwisohn Stadium concert witl the New York Philharmonicj Symphony drew one of the largest crowds of the summer: 19.000 persons. Eugene List's motion picture, "Bachelor's Daughters," an Andrew Stone production, played to nationwide popularity, and his first major recording—a Decca album devoted to Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto, made with Alfred Wallensteir. and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles—is what record dealers term "a fast moving item." PAGE ELEVEN Eugene List, the brilliant young American pianist whose appearance here at Miami Senior High school, 2400 W. Flagler St. on Sunday, Jan. 23 at 4:30 p.m. and Monday, Jan 24 at 8:30 p.m., is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the local concert season, was born in Philadelphia on July 6, 1918. Eugene's family — his father teaches school—moved to Riverside, Calif., when he was a year old. He studied music with a local teacher, and at 13 went by bus to Philadelphia to enter a competition for a scholarship for study with Madame Olga Samaroff Stokowski at the Conservatory. He won; he won again three years later—this time a competition conducted by Leopold Stokowski, in which the prize was an invitation to play the American premiere of a piano concerto by a then unknown composer Shostakovich. Both pianist and composition were enthusiastically received. He performed this work, again with sensational success, a year later at his New York debut, with the New York PhilharmonicSymphony under Otto Klemperer. He had already established himself as one of America's leading young concert artists when he enlisted in the Army a few months after Pearl Harbor. He went through the usual thirteen week basic training, had a routine office post, but was eventually transferred to special services, and sent to the European theatre of operations. Here his principal job was entertaining the boys by playing for them from a piano installed in a jeep. He was summoned to Potsdam at the request of music-minded President Truman for whom he played five times abroad, and several times afterwards at the White House in Washington. In 1943 Gene married Carroll Glenn, one of America's finest young violin virtuosi whom he "ad met four years previously when they were both students at the Julliard School of Music in New York. Together, this attractive young team flew to Prague in the spring of''946 to perform at the first postwar International Music Festival, celebrating the GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Seybold Building PHONE 3-2607 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street PHONE 9-6546 GREETINGS Flowers Telegraphed Cut Floicert LAXSILL'S FLOWERS A. V. STOLL, Proprietor FLORAL DESIGNS WEDDING BOUQUETS 2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miami 37, Fla. TO ALL GREETINGS MACKENZIE'S DEPT. STORE Phone 7-9177 9700 N. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jewish ttarkikit FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1949 l_j_^ Horowiti-Margareten-Rokeach Prepare Passover Food Parcels For Shipment For the first time in history, a parcels-abroad service has been inaugurated to enable relatives and friends in this country to send the Passover products of two outstanding firms exclusively, to Europe and Israel with delivery insured. Horoma Food Parcels Corp., 29-06 Review Ave., Lonq Island City, N. Y., are exclusive distributors of the Horowitz-MargaretenRokeach Passover Food Parcel. This is a compact food package whose shipping weight is 22 pounds, containing a wide assortment of Passover necessities. The Horowitz-Margareten Passover products consist of 5 lbs. of Matzoh, 1 lb. of Matzoh Meal, 1 lb. of Matzoh Ferfel, 3 packages (('.. lb.) of Potato Pancake Mix, VA lb. of Knoedlach (Matzoh Balls). 1 lb. of Coffee, V 4 lb. of Tea, and 2 packages (2'/4 oz.) of Spices. The Rokeach Passover products comprise 3 cans (3 lbs.) of Nyafat Shortening, 1 lb. of Preserves, 1 lb. of Honey, 1 pint can (1 lb.) of Peanut Oil, and 2 bars VA lb.) of Soap. All of these products are the regular, standard high-quality Passover foods of these two firms, packed expressly for overseas shipment. This Horowitz MargaretenRokeach Passover Food Parcel costs $11.00 to the State of Israel (which does not include Israeli customs duty, port fees, and distribution expenses in Israel); $12.75 to all parts of Europe except Iran, Iraq and Russia; and $27.75 to Russia—which includes Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Bessarabia, Bukovina, and all other parts of the USSR. The Passover Holidays this year begin on the evening of April 13, and orders should be placed as soon as possible so that the recipients may have these foods in time for the festival. Orders can be placed direct with the distributing agency, or with independent grocery stores in every neighborhood. The sender is assured that each Passover Food Parcel will contain the products mentioned above—with no "substitutes" or unknown brans. Here is an unparalelled opportunity to provide Passover necessities to those urgently in need of them across the seas. T# \ i& KZ& '••, /t SATURDAY jANUAR* I* LAST *GflI \ RACING OF TH* ieoturincj^ ^ %  SEASON PERB^ EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK MIAMI: Miami Transit buses leave on N. E. 2nd Sf., between 1st and 2nd Avenues, every 16 minutes, starting at 6:30. Coast City Coaches leave Havana-Madrid Terminal, S. E. 2nd St., and S. E. 3rd Avenue every few minutes, starting at 6:30. MIAMI BEACH: Stanley Tours buses leave from 14th and Collins, every 15 minutes from 6:45 until 8:15 • • a" d w also pick up passengers on Collins Ave., at 23rd and 71st Streets. UluliillilL RACK 115th Street Between N E 2nd and N W 7th Aves FUTURITY TRACK IN FLA. /



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'$n&S££&Z^.jiwjPsfi %  % „*i* : r&i. %  -i-Sci ^M ra y_DECEMBER 31. 1948 ^Jeni st fhrid/air "Between You and Me 3 By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright. 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) H .p PY NEW YEAR: ^e year of 1949 holds out good pises for I-el Israeli eaders expect to reach a peace UementwithTransjordanw.thl ,hree months, desp.te difficulL w th Egypt %  • • And President Sman has quietly promised Eh leaders that no matter that the world situation may be, ftffl see to it that Israel is riven de jure recognition by the imited States immediately after Z Israeli national elections "hich are scheduled for the end 1 January ... He also assured Ln of other forms of American oolitical aid to Israel Israeli Jmissaries in the United States are at present hard at work behind the scene to secure, as quickly as possible, the $100,000,000 loan from the Export-Import Bank • • The question of the loan now overshadows all other interests which the government of Israel has in the United States This is because the financial situation of the Jewish state is such that it requires urgent action to cover immediate obligations and to maintain economic stability Incidentally, American Jews planning to make investments in Israel will soon find it very profitable to do so The economic department of the Jewish Agency is seeking to remove the dual exchange rate obstacles which now prevail in Israel ... At present the Israeli pound is exchanged for three dollars abroad and four dollars inside the country Both rates are official Some foreign investors would like to see a single, stabilized rate of exchange, and the Jewish Agency, which promotes investments in Israel, is working in this direction. • • THE SAME HERE: The new year also holds out good promises for Jewish activities in the United States ... All organizations which are engaged in combatting anti-Semitism agree that bigotry will decline in 1949 as it did in the year just concluded •.. And there is great and justified optimism among Jewish leaders that the new Congress, starting its session in January, will amend the DP law in a way which will enable more displaced Jews to enter the United States • • This despite the threat of certain non-Jewish groups who blame Jewish organizations for the unfavorable publicity in the American press on the method Beth David Picks New Officers JHVVCU fymma Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Aye. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New ApParel and Accessory Store 7n E. Flagler St. Miami of selecting DP's in Germany for emigration Leaders of some of these non-Jewish groups went very far with unfriendly intimations to leaders of various Jewish organizations in this country Nevertheless, there is good ground to believe that neither President Truman nor the new Congress will be influenced by any campaign against liberalization of the present DP law which Truman has termed as "anti-Jewish" And speaking of increased admission of displaced Jews, we learn that the question of coordinating Jewish refugee service in America is now being seriously studied by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Progress in eliminating duplication in European migration work has been achieved following the recent JDC-HIAS-USNA agreement on DP immigration. • COMMUNAL TRENDS: The Jewish communities are now directly participating in the negotiations for a contract between the J.D.C. and the U.P.A. concerning the United Jewish Appeal for 1949 This is considered a further step in the movement for a "partnership" between the national agencies and the local Jewish communities The first step was made recently when the U.P.A. agreed that 40 percent of the membership on its governing bodies be designated by the Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds ... In the present negotiations for the renewal of the U.J.A. agreement the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is represented by three members This representation was agreed to by the J.D.C. and the U.P.A., the two major partners of the United Jewish Appeal The three-man representation is concerned chiefly with presenting the views of the welfare funds which will have responsibility for raising the son-to-be-announced U.J.A. quota The question of the extent of community partnership in setting policy and administration for the 1949 U.J.A. will be discussed at the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in Philadelphia on January 15 The Assembly will also discuss the extent to which the Natioinal Community Relations Advisory Council has been successful in eliminating duplication among civic-protective agencies ... A special session wil be devoted to the question of "partnership" between national agencies and the local communities Leaders of the welfare funds are now promoting the idea that "national agencies must be responsive and responsible to the Jewish communities." • • THE LIGHTER SIDE: American publishers have been busy publishing too many serious books The reaction of the reader to such books is most evident in the slump in the book r.art Simon and Schuster one of the leading publishing houses Murray G. Cohen At the annual meeting of Beth David Congregation held in the Talmud Torah Sunday Dec. 19th, the following were elected to serve as officers and board of directors for the ensuing year: Murray G. Cohen, president; Bernard A. Sterling, vice president; Sidney Lefcourt, recording secretary; Frank A. Rose, financial secretary; Harry Simons, treasurer. Serving on the board are: Alex Cohen, Sam Dickson, Harry Markowitz, Jacob Sher and Alex Stiebel. Board members who were re-elected are: Jack August, Louis Heiman, Stanley C. Myers, Herbert Scher and S. J. Spector. Jewish Quiz Box Q.:Whal do the inscribed letters represent on the "dreidel?" A.: The "dreidel" has four sides which are inscribed with the letters "Nun," "Gimel," "Heh" and "Shin," respectively. As far as the actual game is concerned, they represent the four German words "Nichts," "Gans," "Halb," and "Shtel," which mean "Nothing," "All," "Half," and "Part," respectively. Thus, they show eacl player's destined gains and losses, depending upon which side comes out on top during his spin. These four letters have still another significance. They indicate the first letters of the four words "Nes Gadol Hayah Shorn," which means (in Hebrew) "A great miracle happened there." In this respect the little top is a reminder of the miracle of Chanuka. Q.: Why is it customary to eat cheese delicacies on Chanuka? A.: The explanation for this custom is usually connected with the story of Judith who performed a great deed during the heroic exploits of the Maccabees. Judith, according to the story, fed cheese PAGE THREE to the leader of the Jewish foes in a successful attempt to make him thirsty for wine. When he became drunk, she beheaded him and carried off his head in a sack. This act encouraged the Jewish defenders and in time the enemy fled from the Jews. As a reminder of this brave feat, we serve cheese delicacies on Chanuka. in the country, have therefore taken to providing the reader with literature of the humorous type Two such books just published by them are "Wine, Women and Words" by Billy Rose and "Shake Well Before Using" bv Bennet Ccrf • Both authors are Jews, and Billy Rose is especially keen on emphasizing the fact that he was born to a poor Jewish family on New York's lower East Side ... His book is a combination of autobiography and anecdotes written in a sparkling humorous tone One really relaxes reading it Bennet Cerf's book is a collection of funny stories and anecdotes, many of them dealing with celebrities of our generation Both books have the advantage that the reader can open to any page and enjoy equally any section he chooses to read • There is no tie-up among the chapters in either book, but no reader will put these volumes away until he reads them to the very end They are just the kind of books that make one forget for a while the burdens of life in this atomic age and constant war scare. GIVE MTnai MTrith FUND DRIVE National Jewish Hospital Levi Memorial Hospital AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAflS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 of* e ***• P ,0 •#•** •o** > .I^L****>*** ,eOP 10 .-*•" .M '<> Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24h St.. Miami 37, Ha. 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PAGE FOUR + Jm Is t ncrkHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 11 EDITORIAL What You Say Goes This week a message was mailed to the entire Federation mailing list, approximately 10,000 heads of families. The message in the form of a brochure was titled uniquely "What YOU say: goes." We say unique because it presents an opportunity for the individual member of the com munity to express himself on an important phase of what is to be done with the funds contributed. It is an opportunity for the perennial gripers to participate in a decision affecting the growth and progress of the community—a privilege claimed to be denied them. Should funds for new buildings be included in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal and if so what amount or portion of the funds raised should be set aside for that purpose, is the question. The message mailed this week tells of the problems facing the community with regard to the physical needs of the organizations how the area has grown from 7,500 to an estimated 40,000 .. how the buildings housing these groups have not kept pace with the rise in population the overtaxing of present structures the inadequacies of existing facilities. We reprint several paragraphs from the message emphasizing poignant facts: "Whichever way we turn, we find the same conditions ... no structure in the city large enough for a community mass meeting ... no building where organizations can find adequate meeting rooms ... no recreational or group work programs in the growing section of Coral Gables, North Miami, West Miami and other areas. "Because of the unprecedented needs overseas, we have, from year to year, limited our building programs. But we can no longer afford this luxury of delay. Tomorrow will not wait for us. Ours is a race with Time and Time is running out. "Statisticians, economists and social planners are convinced that within the next five years, the Greater Miami Jewish community will be as large as the Jewish community of Pittsburgh. To provide for the buildings and communal facilities needed by a community of this size (estimated at over 75,000) calls for concerted action by everyone through Federation as the central agency of the community. "Our community's building program must be scientifically planned. We cannot afford piecemeal patchwork in community building. Based on the experience of the past, we must look forward and undertake a wise program of construction and welfare planning for the total community. It is only by long-range planning for the future that we can solve the problems of the future. BRING THEM IN! "Federation's Community Planning Committee has recommended that a Building Fund allocation for expanding and modernizing our institutional structures—suggested at $200,000 to $300,000—be added to the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal as the FIRST step in a comprehensive five-year building plan. This would be one of several methods to be employed in raising the large sums needed to modernize, improve and enlarge our community facilities. "In accepting this report, Federation's Executive Committee stipulated that the Federation membership voice its opinion on this problem. It is YOU, THE PEOPLE, who will be asked to contribute your money and your efforts to the future pattern of our welfare institutions. It is therefore right that YOU, THE PEOPLE, who will eventually be called upon to finance these needs, be asked to say whether, in 1949, the proposed first portion of our Building Fund project be added to the goal of our forthcoming campaign. "We stand today on the threshold of another milestone in our evolution and development as a major American Jewish Community. We have made marked progress up to this moment—but we are still in the pioneering stage. How shall we meet the Challenge and the Opportunity that now is ours?" We are in favor of inaugurating a policy of setting aside a substantial sum of money for Israel's Future There were times in the past when we violent! censured Dr. Ralph Bunche for his role and col duct as U.N. Palestine mediator. We felt—a we believe justly so—that he often followed th British Palestine policy too closely, particular! with regard to the Bernadotte plan, to effective] carry out his assignment as impartial mediate There were times when, it seemed to us, he peared to be leaning toward the Arab side major and minor issues as well. Frankly speal ing, we did not like his approach when question of truce violations were involved. We were, therefore, delighted to read the rec warm statement he made on his return fro3 Paris. His assertion that Israel's future was briqB and that the new state was "firmly established] should serve to remind certain wavering element in Washington that nothing can be gained frori playing the British game. We are inclined t share his view that the war in Palestine is ove and that the entire problem is well on the way final solution, but for a different reason—becau Israel's might on the battle fields and its telligence on the diplomatic front made no othe solution possible. However, there still are disturbing factors the situation. The failure of the Security Counc to approve Israel's application for U.N. membeJ ship will certainly not contribute to peace in thl Middle East. Whatever one may think about thl advisability of Israel becoming a member of thl U.N. now, it cannot be gainsaid that favorabli action by the Security Council on Israel's at plication would have had a sobering effect on th3 Arab troublemakers who are feeding on Britisj inspiration and money. Nor is it clear yet at thl time what direction the three-nation conciliation commission will be taking. China is definitel] hostile. France, judging from its posiition on th Israeli membership application, will act with eye toward its general Middle East policy. Thj only nation on the commission with a definiti attitude—providing of course we do not in thl interim witness one of those changes Washington has been in the habit of springing in the past—I the United States. Palestine, indeed, is on the way to peace, pro viding of course no outside forces are permittej to upset the delicate balance achieved through war and diplomacy and, providing further, tha the U.N. ceases being a vassal of British imperic ism and Bevin's whims. capital funds expenditures by local organizatioi to be raised as part of the annual campaign. We strongly urge everyone to express thei| opinion and thoughts as Federation has state its "action will be guided by your opinion. It's ud to you to say what shall be done." Federation Members To Decide Whether Campaign Will Include Building Funds (Continued from Page 1) In accepting the report, the Federation's executive committee stipulated that the Federation membership voice its opinion on this problem. "It is you the people," they reported, "who will be asked to contribute your money and your efforts to the pattern of our welfare institutions. It is therefore right that you the people, who will eventually be called upon to finance these needs, be asked to say whether the proposed project be included in the forthcoming campaign. vJenisli ncridfatr? Published every Friday since 19V uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N £ Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida, £n terd as second-class matter July 4 1930, at the Post Office of 'rfiami Fl.. under the Act of March 3, 1879 The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed he Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele Graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Association. Ameri can Association of English-Jewish Newspaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 3.00 Two Year* 1 8.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street What you say: goes!' Post cards on which each Federation member may express his opinion on this matter have been sent and the Federation is awaiting their return. In its scope as a central planning agency designed to make recommendations for the recreational, educational and health needs of the community, the Federation organized a population survey last November. The workers who volunteered to assist with this project have completed their assignment and professional canvassers, composed of University of Miami students, are now conducting a sample survey to authenticate the findings of the volunteers. The population survey is the second since the Federation was organized, and is under the chairmanship of M. J. Kopelowitz. Also on the committee are: Mrs. Frances Daniels, Mrs. Anna Brenner, Abe Gannes, Louis Touby. Morris Jacobs, Mrs. H. Platoff. Normar Rossrr.an, Max Meisel, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis Glasser nd Maurice Grossman. Jewish Book Month Is Observed By American Jewry Volume 21 Number 52 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 KISLEV 29, 5709 PARIS, (JTA>— United Nations acting mediator Ralph J. Bunche this reek reported to the Security Council in Paris that he had no knowlcdga of incident* whi.1 might be considered as having provoked the current fighting in the Negev. In his cable to the Council, which was published by u C w 8S n 2 y P 015 ." 181 ial event in Jewish life—Jewish Book Month—concluded December 26. Book Month is Project of Jewish Book Council, which operates under sponsorship of National Jewish tSSSFmSSf ESS Upper lef t: Exhibit of Jewi8h books Charleston. S. C. Jewish Community !"!•£ ppe r 2ffi£ Representatives of Jo wish libraries in several communities receiving Jewish 5£3h. • i5 "J? nS J r •* u ne ot Jowish book collections (Miami). Lower left: Jewish booK ^/I"B5t^TuMiTubS!g. munitT Conter L ower right: Jewi8h Book Month pos,er an l_ UN. headquarters here, the actto consider Arab charges of Is-, side, Dr. Bunche charged the Jew ing mediator complained of Israeli truce violations in the Negev I with "a most serious cbstructioj raeli denial of access to the fight-. Although he refused to lay the I of the truce" in relusing acces 1 ingfront. The Council is slated I blame for the battle on either I to U.N. observers.



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prnaY. DECEMBER 31. 1948 Both ; &f / &f I hiih,, El Grop Plans Bazaar r---i are being completed for :' aar to be held Saturday. Sunday and Mor.day evemr.gs. Janutry 8. 9 and 10, by the Sisterof CongBeth ElMrs Eugene Schwartz is gener ;' --.airman of the affair. As g Mrs. Schwartz are: the V : : una B. Rappaport. Sends Selleneer. Goldberg L. Snapxro., soiomon, M. Shulman, Si K „. Jaeobaon, Albert Perl Al( beZisman. H. Rotter.berg, A.J Pepper. C StahL Members who, 'T interested in working witn Mrs c ; hwartf and her committee e V| to call her at 9-5075 0 Mrs. Stahl at 7-9419. Over 600 people attended the; dedication dance and reception; held in the Dora August Memorial Hall r-.gregation Beth El Sunday night \ me how ar.d a half floor Ihow ir.cluded Florence Lovinger. I soloist: Karl Shramek. soloist:' George Cohen, pianist: Roberta, Reiner, twelve year old sopranoj Herb Leonard, popular soqgs: and j the complete "Revue in Rhythm," presented through the courtesy of Bill Peck's Dar.cing Studio. Martin Kit.be r and his orchestra' plaved for dancing. Alfred B Perl was program chairman with his wife acting as co-chairman. Harry Pearl and Mrs. Albert Zisman were in charge of refreshments which were prepared and served by the Beth El Sisterhood. PAGE TWENTY-ONE SURVIVORS OF N1TZANIM REPLANT A TREE D. ROSNER Management Dietary Law Phon 5-0041 %  tL the bcach'at lllh S'rT miAmi BEACH*FLORIDA 1 VICTOR WSATIH Factory Representative Available lo Give You Personal Service and Iniortnation PHONE 5-5745 Newsbrief Jack S. Popick and Nathan Waldrr.an have purchased the stock of the corporation, the lease. the supplies and machinery of the Everglades Laundry, Inc., from Louis Laden. Samuel Posnak and Irving Posnak for $121,000. Sue Carter of Neil Berk Real Estate handled the transaction. Pictured above are a number of survivors of Nitzanim. in the State of Israel, which was overrun by the Egyptian army last director of the World Confederation of General Zionists. The group is replanting a tree sent them by Masada as a symbol of support by American Jewish youth. Local Masada chapters are now engaged in a campaign to raise S750, a sum exceeding the quota assigned this locality by the national organization, which has adopted the support of Nitzanim as Masada's principal Palestinian project. Harold George Shapiro is chairman of the Joint Program Committee of Greater Miami Masada. Beach Masada Dance To Aid Colony In Israel The colony of Nitzanim in Israel will benefit from the evening of dancing and entertainment to be presented by the Miami Beach chapter of Masada January 8 at 8:30 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Freddie D'Alonzo and his orchestra will be featured with vocals by Sarita. DEAR PARENTS: M* £exw School KINDERGARTEN AND NURSERY provide a happy and constructive pre-school life for your child. Modern equipment, swimming pool, spacious landscaped grounds. You are cordially invited to visit us. 1010 WEST AVE.. M. B. IDA R. LEAR PHONE 5-0606 Director The colony of Nitzanim, which includes many young American men and women, withstood the onslaught of repeated Egyptian attacks until it was leveled to the ground. Goal of a national campaign sponsored by Masada is to raise $50,000 to purchase new farm and building equipment for the colony. Dance Chairman Gil Rappaport will be assisted by Helen Haves, publicity; Adele Zaker, tickets; Lillian Schachter, arrangements; Sam Soldinger. posters; Abe ISchafer. door chairman. KOSHER ZI0N Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN Make your parties and functions desirable and satisfying by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your guests and family. 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%  i^^^fiAs^^^^^&^^^^^vii^^^g^iM ^AY DECEMBER 31. 1948 •• km I%I tk ,t n „ rjSTEN TO THE Jewish WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Ever? Friday ixom ll %  %  to 12 Noon ETT Sunday from 10 AM. to 11 A3L A PBCGHAM OF POPULAH. CLASSICAL AMD LTTJHGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTEH Director Off fhe Record TWENTY-THREE ABOUT PEOPLE N • I un ibout tu ; MOM M I function in HptU) 1(11 el Tun a '. executive %  tans .is The rount il j. ikevoted, able an.i gatic leader \ tor> t.. done %  than • %  ^ Ihe right ent AbOUl a > -• .i '..• ephone ,on venattoa •• %  '-"• Gene .:'. Euen I K who wan then %  • • ; M apital A .• .' %  -' i••' i. A 1 Mi Swope. a %  K • the %  • MM call It jp^-e-j-s -. ptton • • %  td that the ... a deed the general via i v%  > The We Carry Full Line) of Strictly Fresh y:?.THZH* LAXE HSH YELLC'V ?3S WHITE FISH BOfTJU-0 AND CARP Also 1 — Soatitem IWl WE GR3TD YOUR FISH FREE ;r S. W. Sth STREET \llli, ILpI | ,, 'h I lei il uwndi i.n | Mi bwopi in ., .i. ... i, .. .. 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PAGE SIX +Jewlst ihridfiajn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, ltyj Church And State Strictly Separate In Israel, Leaders Explain In Interviews WASHINGTON, D. C.—Israel is not, and never intends to be, a theocracy, accordinq to three reliqious leaders of that country who were interviewed by Prof. Joseph Patai, prominent Israeli author, for The National Jewish Monthly, published by B'nai B'rith. The article will appear in the NJM's forthcoming January issue. The "principal interview was with Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Minister of Religion in the Israeli cabinet. What he told Prof. Patai was approved and corroborated by the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv and the Chief Rabbi of the Tel Aviv Sephardic Community. The NJM had asked Prof. Patai to ascertain the facts in view of Ministry of Religion, Dr. Patai wrote: "Three of its sub-departments deal with religious affairs within Israel; one deals with maintaining contact with Jewish religious communities abroad; two with religious affairs of the non-Jewish communities — Moslem, Christian, etc.—in Israel. "The Ministry of Religion at opinions expressed in this coun-! present deals with the affairs of try that Israel may be a theocracy because it has a Ministry of Religion. Other rumors spread here, some of them through the writings of so distinguished an author as Arthur Koestler, have been to the effect that in Israel a person's citizenship is endangered if he does not observe Orthodox Jewish law; that Israel has no medical school because of religious prohibition concerning dissection of corpses; that public schools are governed by religious dictators, etc. To all these reports, Rabbi Fishman issued a flat denial. "There is no ground whatsoever for these fears," he declared. "We will not rule the state with the power of religion, but we will use the spirit of religion to uplift our people and our land and to raise its place as a moral force among the nations of the world. We will not force our way into the private life of the individual, either by religious law or religious taxation; but we do want to see to it that the taxpayer's money will not be used against religion." "There is nothing in our religion," he continued, "which strives to impose theocratic rule on the State of Israel. There is nothing to justify any fear of casuistry. We do not seek the imposition of the 613 commandments. We request that only three be recognized. The first of these is that the state shall not oblige a person to break religious law against his will, such as he might be forced to do in maintaining public services. Above all, therefore, we demand that the Sabbath be the official day of rest for the people of Israel. "When we demand kashrut, we do not intend to snoop into the housewife's kitchen, but we do feel that state institutions should consider the feelings of the observant Jew, so that he may sit at the table, too. "The third point concerns Jewish jurisprudence. Every nation has its typical law and we too have ours. Why, then, should we now follow a path paved by foreigners? I do not recommend the rejection of international law, but the source of our jurisprudence should derive from Jewish law." On this point, Yitzhak Greenebaum, Minister of the Interior, told Dr. Patai: "Israel's sages have always interpreted the letter of the law to the spirit of the times and to conditions prevailing in their day." Explaining the functions of the OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phono 5-M19 personal status such as marriages, divorce, guardianship and inheritance, and with the reform of the laws of the Jewish community, in accordance with the moral and traditional precepts of Judaism. It sees to it that religious observance is not impaired by public services. It is engaged in giving guidance with regard to the observation of the Sabbath, the supervision of the Holy Places, the establishment of buildings for religious institutions, and it even takes an interest in liturgical music." His interview with Rabbi Fishman, wrote Prof. Patai, "left me more with a feeling that Judaism, far from being on the offensive for the creation of a theocratic state, was on the defensive to maintain its rightful place in Israel." Israelite Center Meets Abe Ganncs was principal speaker at a meeting of the Israelite Center held Tuesday night at 3346 S.W. 24th St. Mr. Rosen also spoke and Mrs. Friedman gave a reading. Irving Sperling presided over the meeting. Professional Group Executives To Meet An executive board meeting of the Miami Chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will be held on Monday evening at 8:30 at the home of the Misses Thelma and Ruth Smolensky, 1001 S.W 2nd St. Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman' of the fund-raising Chanuka dance held last Sunday evening at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, will give her final report on the affair


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SE3(!5S!rS5K5£37-. %  %  M^^B ^HSOXAIXY SPEAKING ^ d Mrs. Max Greenberg of Miami Beach celebrated \Jw second wedding anniversary. and Mrs. Asriel B. Sakowitz, 1533 S.W. 3rd St., have as ests their daughter, Mrs. Sid Quinn, and her son, Neal i and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Debby Sachs and her ""S Jay Law 16 06 and Susan Roberta They will remain j or a month. L, 1MU &f Mr and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th St., will be • to their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arrndt, their daughter, Allen Daniel, and her children, annual winter visitors £Jj pj 00 klyn, at the Orange Bowl game and at a family dinner £wing the game. + + + Mme Anna Shomer Rothenberg will appear at Miss BerFoster's weekly musicale at the Foster estate Thursday, January 6. +< -fc Miss Gertrude Margolis, a former Miamian who has been ,• • „ in Thicaao for the past two years, is visiting her parents, Pnd Mrs. Harry Mandel, 1020 S.W. 3rd St. Mj and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, 1361 Meridian Ave., are hosts to their niece, Arlyne Israels, who is vacationing from her studies at the Medical College of Virginia. ^* ^^ "^ Mr and Mrs. Harry Stitsky of New York City are guests at Evans' Governor Hotel, Miami Beach. The Stitskys are the parents of Morton Stitsky, whose engagement to Eve Naomi Machtei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, was announced recently. Dr. Mayer B. A. Shier, New York, who is vacationing at the Blue Horizon Hotel, Miami Beach, is being entertained by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shier, 513 West Flagler St. Mr. and Mrs. Mai Englander, 747 West Ave., Miami Beach, are holding open house this afternoon from 2 to 6 in honor of their daughter Nicki's third birthday. All friends are invited. The new "Town & Beach Club," located on the ocean at Lincoln Road is slated to be the ultimate luxury cabana colonies when it is completed in three or four creeks. The club is being constructed of one-hall million dollars by the Sirkin family—Harry. Milton and Eddie. in luxury at a cost Town And Beach Club Expected To Be Open By Middle Of January HOLIDAY GREETINGS MI.IJI: E. BREJTOAN Real Estate in All Its Branches 337' 2 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-1953 Obituaries JACK ROSEN 44. <>f 4."I2M S W. Mh St., passed awaj December 86. He i* survived by his parents, Mr. and Mis Harris Rosen Liergenfleld, N. J.; two brothers, Daniel I', and Matt, Miami; two sist:s, Mrs Pantile Borkow. Bergenfield, N. J., ami Mi.~ Reba Weber, Palisades Park, N. J. Remains were nnt to Newark for services and Interment by tn-uordun Funeral Home. >m0ta*b TOLLIES mt LOUIS FONSTEIN 65, of 800 Pennsylvania Ave Beach, dii-ii Decembei -5. He was •> wntrhmaker with offices on N E Isl Ave. He leaves one nephew, Joachim Kleinman of Blmhurst, N. .1. Services were held at Cordon Funeral Home Tuesday. MRS. BERTHA BRICK of 1036 Lenox Ave. Miami Beach, died in a local hospital on December 89. She was a member of Hadassah, American Jewish Congress, National Council of Jewish Women and the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sister1 i. Survivors Include her husband. Archie; two daughters, Joan and Ann; and a sister, Clara. Services were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel on Miami Beach with Rabbi Irving Deh r man officiating. Burial was in Mt, Nebo Cemetery. MRS. ROSE SILBERMAN 41. of 6911 S.W. 18th St., died this week. She is survived by her husband, Abraham; a son. Stanley; a daughter, Sandra; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham i.ipson. two brothers, Ben and Paul I.ipson. Services Were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel In Miami Monday. kJ& 4? IIIII 4ICIII %  OlltSMI 4621 4621 MRS. CLARA STRAUSS 68. of 3S5 S. W. 18th Ave.. passed awav suddenly December 2V .-he leaves one sister. Mrs. Cells Wasserman. Los Angeles, Cal. Servi % %  • s w. r. held in Gordon Funeral Home • nesday. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. The Sirkin family's new Town and Beach Club, which is fast attracting the attention of the local Jewish community is expected to be opened around the midd January, it was announced. Under the direction of Sam Sutter, the Town and Beach Club. will offer the greatest variety of facilities and activities making for a splendid social club. Facilities will include large, modern equipped cabanas, second largest swimming pool in S it! Florida, gymnasium, card rooms, lounges, recreation rooms, dir.ing room, snack bar. dance patio, solarium, locker room facilities among many other features. Special attention is being given to athletic and recreational facilities, Sutter said, so that the diversification of all interests may be accomodated. A private area has been St I aside for supervised children's! play giving the adults privacy and affording the children organized and team play. Already being planned is a long I list of social activities. Sutl said, including varied special events, dances, water show According to the general consensus, the Town and Beach Club, will definitely answer the long need for a fine social club in this community. The spirited public acceptance of this new setup has been most gratifying to the Sirkin family. Inquiries for cabanas are being made daily, they said. "The Town and Beach Club is not being constructed to appeal to any particular group in this community." Milton Sirkin said, "but rather to those people who enjoy fine surroundings, congenial management and widespread, modern facilities which will make for a pleasant social club." Although still under construction, Sam Sutter is making his offices at One Lincoln Road, the location of the Town and Beach Club. u A Look ahead with FASHIONS from C0RD0H 5 Fashions that reflect the originality and ingenuity of America's foremost designers—Yes, lovelier than ever is this new season's presentation. duPONT BLDG., MIAMI Mc Delicious Dinners •"VWfrom • p.m. 'nOITttCTIOI twits tB||j 2 Shows Nitely at: 9:00, 12:30 3 Shows Fri.. Sat. at 9, 12, 2:30 NO ADMISSION • NO COVI* I NO MINIMUM • MODERATE PRICES L Centlnuou, Ent.rtcinm.nt from 8 PJ*. MRS. FANNIE GRONER 82, of 14:11 NK. Hayshore I passed away on Pe.-ember 23. Bjie leaves three sons, Bill and lx>ui., -Miami, and Abe. Patterson. N. J^: one daughter, Mrs. David Felnberc. Po\-.. N. J. Remains were sent to >'"•' %  '' k for services and Interment by tn. Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. SADIE KAPLAN 63, of 104 Red Road, South Miami. | passed away December 25. She £vlved bv her husband. Jacob. **•"'"* wco Shipped to Boston for services and burial by the Gordon Fun.r.i Home. EDWARD STUART 16 of T80 0th St Miami B< ,;,.,, on December 26 He li %£* hv his mother, Mrs. Kate Shapiro, Brooklyn. N. Y and one sister Mr. Ethel Moss, south Orange, g.J mains were sent to New Yorh, Clt> by the Riverside Memorial Chapel 01 Miami Beach. ISADORE HIRST Died suddenly. Remains were sen to Philadelphia for senrlcss and burial by the Beach Memorial Chapel. MAX FEINBERG by the Beach Memor ial l.h.ipel. JOHN WROBEL 38. of 3920 S.W. 2nd Terr died tbU week. He is e rvlv d r "inna WribMartha; his mother Mrs. Anna ( r^ •1; on. brother ^ %  /'^•"ilinnah Marl* Man.ke and Mr*. "Yrday sThulti Services wf-e held L"^# afternoon at the Riverside Memori* Chapel or Miami. Film On Anti-Semitism Opens At Plaza Monday "The Vicious Circle." a dramatic screen version of a diabolical conspiracy against the Jewish' people, comes to the Plaza Theatre on Monday. January 3 Ar added attraction will be a short featuring Miklos Gafm in "A Voice Is Born,the story of a vour.g medical student who curing interment in a concentr;,; camp found happiness in the world of music. ••The Jollv Shoemakers." acclaimed by Jewish and1 Enghsh newspaper critics as the best musical comedy to appear on the Yiddish stage will continue to be shown at the Plaza until Sunday. Paul • Burstein and LiUian in person, accompanied by a I New York troupe, head the JewSh com.dy Completing the bill s the feature Yiddish movie preUntation of -Two Sisters, si SSfsSSfts until closin g. ~^cTi V E B'nai Frith FUND DRIVE AID TO ISRAEL Now under ANDRON management THE FAMED •in the Fashionable Sixties" Hotel and Luxury Apartments ON THE OCEAN AT 61st STREET Tahiti Cocktail Lounge • Dining Terrace • Every Modern Facility Reservation*. Invitd — David S. Andron 6061 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 6-1451



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^^^>.rtK^^^Xi^-,H i/te&ggb PPJPAY, DECEMBER 31, 1948 Jmishrhrid§a,n PAGE SEVEN n MUHmnraiimmimiuiMiiiiinuiiu NURSE rn accommodate lot 2 con.lMcents in nice apadoua kosher „me C o n n>e beach Special diet and care for Cardiacs. n 58-2014 MB |,„i.,i l iniiiiiiiiii'iiiii"ii""ii;nii:i'iimiiimimimiiiimn l |iiiiiiimim West Flagler Kennel Club To Open Monday Night GIVE H'nai B'rith FUND DRIVE YOUTH TRAINING Essen Construction Co 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction S|inoz;i I oriiin to HVjiiii Tomorrow The Spinoza Forum will initiate its fifteenth year of outdoor meetings tomorrow at 3:30 r T? # pm in the P atio of the home of West Flagler Kennel Club, the Dr Ahnh !" Wnif f South's No. 1 greyhound track in. 1 W lfb n f under attendance and mutuel play will d director or < lh St. bet.-., n :__. : fnllinc? Aw, „_.l r\ r -. ... George Talianoff Resigns From ADL Post To Enter Private Law Practice swing open its gates for a colorful and spectacular 85-night canine racing meeting Monday night. On that night a record-smashing throng of wild-eyed sports fans are expected to jam every nook and corner of the popular Miami canine plant, which in past campaigns has been the mecca for hundreds of thousands of greyhound followers who witnessed the ultimate in the Sports of Queens. Last year half a million LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given Collins Ave. and Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson is the author of "Spinoza, a Life of Reason." The forum will present a diversified program of lectures and discussions covering current events, book reviews, music, popular science, psychology and philosophy. More than 50.000 persons have attended these meetings which are held every Saturday afternoon and two or three evenings I per week. Schedule of Saturday lectures for the month of January includes: "An Introduction to the Philosophy of Spinoza" by Dr. Wolfson, January 1; a review of John Steinbeck's "A Russian Journal" to be given by Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, January 8; a review of Sholom Asch's "Tales of My People" by Dorothy Fir.k. January 15; "Mosos Mendelsor." by Rabbi David Raab of Ten.ple Isaiah, January 22: "The Value of Music" by Mr. Clarke, January 29. Beginning Wednesday evening. January 5. at 8 o'clock, Charles Lee will begin his course on "The Heavens and Earth." Mr. Lee's lectures will be held every Wednesday at 8 p.m. George Talianoff Jake Sher fans saw dog racing at Flagler. Jacob Sher, president of the distinctive Flagler track, is looking forward to a new attendance mark this year as well as many new records on the racing strip. The world's fastest greyhounds. Mizrachi Oneg Shabbat The Miami Mizrachi will hold :ts first Oneg Shabbat tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clara Bretholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct. The program will include guest speakers and Hebrew songs. Refreshments will be served. George J. Talianoff, Florida Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, has announced that he will resign from this post effective January 1 to return to private practice with offices at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Talianoff will be succeeded by Gilbert J. Balkin, present associate director of the league's office, which is situated at 330 Seybold Building. Talianoff has been associated with the Florida Regional office since June, 1944. He is actively affiliated with many civic groups, being director of the Miami Beach Community Center and co-chairman of the Center's present building fund drive for $200,000. He is vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, vice president of the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and director of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom. A member of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, he lives with his wife, Lucille, and their daughter, Susan, at 4560 N. Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. He is a graduate of Cornell University and the Brooklyn Law School, a member of the New York Bar, Federal Bar and Southern District in addition to the Florida Bar. Iladassali Makes CiiiVr k n Topps is at the P^no in the ca^e lounge. Dinner show is at 9 p.m. Workers Alliance To Hold Chanuka Party Chanuka celebration will be riven by the Bialik Branch Hft So and the Ben Gunon B Vo 304 of the Jewish National Ifrl & be assisted b> tanu SrSMT Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED And is Now Under the Personal Supervision of: RUTH WEISS, R. N. EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G. • JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE • CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS • SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED 1408 N. E. Bayshore Place. Miami Phone 82-5395 WE ARE HAPPY TO AHNOUNCE THAT The Royal Hungarian TT Restaurant Kosher Is open again to serve our many friends with the best in Hungarian and Jewish-American Cooking and Baking Phone 58-5401 764 Washington Avenue (Under the Same Management) An Evening of Music, Comedy and Drama Deborah Rosenblum Luba Kadison M. Gibson N. Melnick JANUARY 2ND AT 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Admission $1.20 %  S1.S0 (Tax Included) Pay at the Door Sponsored by Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Nathan Shandlofj Branch No. 192