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

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

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VOLUME 22NUMBER 1
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA.FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Britain Is Suspected Of Aiming To Wage War Against Israel
Miami Beach Acquires Quit Claim Deed
Of Nautilus, Mt. Sinai Takes Over
Acquisition of the Nautilus Ho-
tel by the City of Miami Beach
from the federal government be-
came a reality Wednesday with
the transfer of the quit claim
deed from the WAA. In return,
the city has paid $9,407.42 to the
WAA for "external administra-
tive expense" in acquiring the
properly. The city will be reim-
bursed for this amount by the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Corp. which
has already signed agreements
with the city council for opera-
tion of the hospital facilities.
Conversion of the hotel to a
non-profit, non-sectarian general
hospital will require at least four
to six months time and will cost
an estimated $200,000 to $300,000
officials of the Mt. Sinai Corp.
estimated this week. The esti-
mates were based on a prelimin-
ary survey conducted last week
by Dr. Herman Smith, nationally
known hospital consultant, who
has been retained to plan de-
velopment of the hospital.
Dr. Smith, former administrator
of the Michael Reese Hospital in
Chicago, returned to that city last
weekend to draft plans for the
hospital conversion. In accord-
ance with the terms of an agree-
ment-signed with the federal gov-
ernment, officials said that in-
terior cleanup and repair work
began yesterday and exterior
work will begin today.
"Wherever poefiible," Lionel
Silverman, executive secretary of
the Mt. Sinai group, said, "the
facilities and general plan used
by the army medical corps will
be used in the existing building."
As soon as the existing structures
are in use, plans will get under
way for construction of a new
hospital building on Collins Is-
land adjoining the sitet.
When completed, the hospital
project will include the most mod-
ern medical facilities in the state.
Long-range plans now being
considered call for a 100-bed hos-
pital in the present hotel building
within the year. The hospital cor-
poration is also bound to con-
struct a five-story 300-bed hospi-
tal on Collins Island for acute
cases, at least two stories of this
building to house 120 additional
beds as soon as practical.
The Johns Island site will be
used as a health center for con-
valescents and a rehabilitation
area for polio and spastic patients,
Silverman said.
For funds, Mt. Sinai will use
over $2,000,000 raised in a cam-
paign in 1946 and "will probably
conduct another campaign for
additional funds which will sure-
ly be needed," Silverman stated.
Present property consists of a
197-room hotel and auxiliary
building including garage, serv-
ants quarters, former officers'
dormitory, cafeteria, tea house,
tennis court house on the main-
land; lockers and shower build-
ing, 52 cabanas and a swimming
pool on Johns Island; 19 single
family villas and a broadcasting
station on Collins Island.
UN Orders Cease
Fire In Negev Area,
Truce Seen Near
New DP Immigration
Bill Introduced In
Congress This Week
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
first new Displaced Persons Bill,
designed to eliminate the dis-
criminatory and unworkable feat-
ures in the present DP law
reached the floor of Congress this
week on the opening of the new
session.
It was introduced in the House
by Rep. Francis A. Walter, Penn-
sylvania Democrat. It calls for
taising the number of those ad-
missible from 205,000 to 400,000,
changes the admissibility date
from Dec. 22, 1945 to April 21,1
1947, and eliminates priority re-
quirements that 40 percent of
those to be admitted be Baits and
30 percent be farmers.
An identical bill will be intro- ',
duced in the Senate, probably on
Wednesday, by Senate Majority
Whip Francis J. Myers of Pennsyl-
vania, his office said.
PARIS, (JTA)The United Na-
tions Security Council adopted a
British resolution calling on the
Israelis and Egyptians to put into
effect a new cease-fire in the
Negev and to implement without
further delay the Council's No-
vember 4 resolution calling for
Jewish forces from the Negev to
the withdrawal of both Arab and
positions held on October 14.
The order of Dec. 29 may be
honored soon following a meet-
of the Israel cabinet on Wed-
nesday evening. The ministers,
whose troops have wound up a
three-day invasion strike into
Egypt, decided lo accept the
order, it was reported with of-
ficial acceptance expected mom-
entarity.
The vote on the British resolu-
tion as a whole was eight to zero,
with three abstentions the
United States, the Soviet Union
and the Ukraine. On the pream-
ble, which Soviet delegate Yacov
Malik supported, only the United
States abstained. The orginal re-
solution submitted by the British
was amended at the suggestion of
France and Egypt before the final
text was adopted. The resolution
provides for the Security Council
to do the following:
1. Call on the governments con-
cerned in the Negev fighting to
order an immediate cease-fire, and
to implement without further de-
lay the Council resolution of No-
vember 4 and the instructions is-
sued by the acting mediator in
accordance with that resolution.
2. Urge the governments con-
cerned to allow and facilitate
complete supervision of the truce
by United Nations observers.
3. Instruct the seven-nation
Council sub-committee, which
was appointed on November 4 to
aid the mediator in implementing
the Negev withdrawal order, to
meet Friday at Lake Success to
consider the situation in south-
ern Palestine.
to wage a major war against Is-
rael, under the pretext that Is-
raeli troops have entered Egyp-
tian territory.
A high government source
said Britain might ask the
United Nations security council
to^ lift its embargo on arms
shipments to Arab countries if
Israeli patrol action on the
Egyptian border continues.
Declaring that Israel "has no
territorial ambitions," the spokes-
man said that Israeli military ac-
tivities in the Negev are "prompt-
ed solely by the effort to smash
Egyptian aggression and secure
the integrity of Israel's frontiers."
Israeli troops have penetrated
60 miles into Egypt, carried out
extensive demolitions, captured a
quantity of war material and have
withdrawn to Palestine after three
days, an Israeli spokesman said
Wednesday.
Egyptian military sources in
Cairo reported, however, that
fighting on the Palestine side of
the border, described as the big-
gest engagement of the war, raged
on.
They said Jewish troops were
attacking repeatedly and asserted
the Israelis were trying to cross
into Egypt but were being re-
pulsed.
The Israeli spokesman said the
Jewish troops raced through the
Sinai desert, destroying communi-
cations, demolishing installations
and raising general havoc.
It was indicated that the drive
carried the Israeli forces within
about 70 miles of the Suez canal,
Britain's lifeline to southeast Asia
and Australia.
"In the last few days," he
stated, "the British Foreign Office
has been extremely active on the
diplomatic front, exerting the
heaviest pressure on the United
States to intervene to save the
Egyptians from the results of the
folly of their aggression. There
has also been British military ac-
tivity with British reconaissance
planes, according to a British
Foreign Office spokesman, 'active
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Israeli government may charge
Britain before the U.N. Security Council with being an active
ally of the Arabs in the Palestine war, it was indicated here
this week by an Israeli spokesman. He emphasized that the
latest British diplomatic and political activities tend to show
that Britain is apparently aiming over Israel's positions in the
battle areas.'
"I don't know whether this mili-
tary and diplomatic activity which
the British press described in the
gravest termssuggesting the im-
minence of an Anglo-Israeli war
has the approval of the Egyp-
tian government. I have seen that
the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936
has been widely quoted by the
diplomatic correspondents of the
British newspapers.
"There was," the spokesman
added, "a familiar ring about all
their pieces on the gravity of the
warning by Foreign Secretary
Ernest Bevin, carried by Ambassa-
dor Oliver Franks to Under-Sec-
retary Robert A. Lovett at Wash-
ington, which stated bluntly that
Britain was prepared to extend
help to Egypt to the point of war
with Israel. We are not unmindful
of this high compliment to Is-
rael's Defense Army, but I think
I must place on record the fact
that this pressure puts Britain
completely out of court as an ob-
jective, impartial member of the
United Nations, seeking to pro-
duce peace and stability in the
Middle East.
Israel Food Drive
Extended To Jan. 15
The Food for Israel Committee
of the Miami Zionist District, un-
der the chairmanship of Ben Zion
Ginsburg, unanimously agreed to
continue the drive until January
15 after receiving a wire from the
New York headquarters urgently
requesting that efforts be doubled
so that the goal may be reached.
All Zionist members and
friends of Israel are urged to
volunteer their services for the
all-out drive which is continuing
in order to bring this community
over the top. It is requested that
volunteers phone the Zionist of-
fice at 58-4643 to enroll their
services.
Miamians Leave for Inspection Tour of Israel
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Leon
Kronish and William D. Singer,
chairman of the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal, will leave tomor-
row night for a two-week in-
spection tour of the State of Is-
rael.
Last year the Greater Miami
William D. Singer
Jewish Federation sent a delega-
tion composed of Max Orovitz,
Mrs. Monte Selig and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman to visit DP camps
and make a similar tour of Pales-
tine. According to Jacob H. Sher,
president of the Federation, their
reports and impressions stimu-
lated the interest of the commun-
ity in the plight of the Jews over-
seas and contributed materially
to the success of the 1948 cam-
paign.
This" year on the threshhold of
a new campaign, Chairman Singer
announced that he wanted to see
for himself what has developed in
Israel during the last twelve
months and on the basis of his
findings to do a better job in lead-
ing the appeal. He therefore de-
cided to make the trip at his own
expense. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi
Kronish agreed to accompany
him.
For Rabbi Shapiro the trip is a
gift of the Beth David Congrega-
tion in appreciation of his sixteen
years of service as spiritual lead-
er, Murray Cohen, president, an-
nounced. The Temple Beth
Sholom membership is likewise
financing Rabbi Kronish's trip.
Board members of both congrega-
tions agreed that sending the
rabbis would enable them to take
significant leadership in the 1949
campaign and the synagogues
would thus be doing their share
in the appeal.
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Morris Klass, executive director
of the Federation, announced that
a resolution officially delegating
Rabbi Shapiro, Rabbi Kronish and
Singer as Israel representatives
of the Greater Miami Jewish
community would be passed at
the final campaign cabinet meet-
ing slated for noon today.
Tonight after late Sabbath eve-
ning services a farewell reception
will be held in honor of Rabbi
Shapiro at the Beth David Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Kronish will receive
the sendoff of his congregation
tonight at an Oneg Shabbat at
the Temple Beth Sholom and
Singer will receive an official
farewell at a reception at Temple
Israel.
The delegates will travel to
Israel and return by plane. They
will leave here tomorrow night
and remain in New York for the
night. On Sunday at noon they
will board a plane for Paris and
will arrive in the French capital
the following morning at 8:30.
They will depart from Paris Tues-
day afternoon at 3:35 and arrive
at Lydda in Israel on Wednesday
at 2 p.m. They will remain in
Israel for an intensive tour of
inspection until January 25 when
they leave for Paris. The group
will arrive in New York Jan-
uary 27.
Plans are under way to make
recordings of the group's inter-
views with Israeli notables such
as President Chaim Weizman and
Prime Minister Ben Gurion.
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By HARRY SIMONHOFT
e Christmas Tree
fceaking to a lady, who perhaps
the
reft
^pd at one time have entered a
,ty contest, but never a brain
I was treated to this vig-
fe. "Chanuka and Christmas
Id be jointly celebrated as a
re of good will towards our
hbors." She probably heard
from the type of Rabbi whose
ftions contain more about
Mus than Mosc*. When I asked
Bethcr Chanuka candles should
Wremoved from the Menorah
H| hung on the Christmas tree to
Btune of Peace on Earth, Good
to Christians and Jews, she
ered brightly, "Why, yes."
stmas Tree Jews
Mr. Gallup should investigate
matter, his survey would, I
t sure, disclose that Christmas
s are set up in the homes of
h Jews who keep away from
Temple on Yom Kippur; who
jer to other Jews as kikes; who
(ickly, are bent on turning to
istian Science; who permit
s and sneers about Jews and
aism in their homes, yet are
nished and grieved when their
dren marry in church; who
se to contribute to the United
ish Appeal; who send Christ-
cards to other Jews; who
er extended the slightest aid
Jewish victims of Hitler yet
eager to help the Red Cross
bundles for Britain; who
e members of the American
ncil for Judaism, Inc.; whose
lish accent is atrocious, yet
feet ignorance of Yiddish; who
hange their names from Cohen
to Curtis; who send their children
H Ethical Culture schools; who
object strenuously to the teaching
B^ Hebrew in Sunday Schools;
Ulio Sag if forced on occasions to
eat Kosher meat; who say that
Jews should not run for public
office; who seek admittance to
hotels which flaunt on their mast-
head the legend, restricted clien-
tele; who, though professed the-
igts, join the Unitarian Church;
who weep over the sorrows of
displaced Arabs; who complain
that too many Jews are intellec-
tuals and crowd the professions,
yet send their sons to Harvard
and their daughters to Wellesley;
who boast that no one takes them
for Jews; who advocate the trans-
fer of the Sabbath service to Sun-
day; who turn off the radio when
a Jewish program comes on; who
have never lifted a finger to help
build the State of Israel; who
chime in when anti-Semites slan-
der Jews; who are horrified when
British officers in Palestine were
retaliation horsewhipped by
Rabbi April Begins
Forums Tonight
Rabbi Simon April will open
his Friday evening forum series
tonight at 8:15 at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
with "Loyalties" as his topic.
Rabbi April studied in Russia
and Poland and graduated from
the Yehudi Merker Seminary in
Berlin in 1926. He held a pulpit
for five years in East Liverpool,
Ohio, and was given a life posi>
tion in Butler, Pennsylvania. The
rabbi served in Pennsylvania for
twelve years when his health
compelled him to come to Miami.
Rabbi April has been a local resi-
dent for five years and has been
spiritual leader of the Miami He-
HIAS Tourist Committee
To Give Annual Banquet
Joseph L. Tepper, chairman of
the HIAS Peoples Tourist Com-
mittee of Greater Miami, an-
nounces that the organization's
annual banquet will take place
Sunday, February 6, at 7:30 p.m.-
at the Victor Hotel.
Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Miller, who are giving the ban-
quet in memory of their son,
Victor.
The program will include Can-
tor Maurice Mamches, Anna
Grossberg and Anyuta Melicov.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling the Victor.
Rabbi Simon April
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Jews; who profess to have no in-
terest in Jewish problems; who
never attend a Sedar on Passover
Eve; who prate about double
loyalties when Medinas Israel is
mentioned.
Christian Symbolism
Lest I be called a downright
bigot, let me explain: The lit up
Christmas tree, hung with gifts
brought by the genial and hearty
Santa Claus, is as beautiful a
celebration as ever has been de-
vised. A symbol of generosity and
hospitality, it is Christian ideal-
ism at its best. As a ceremonial,
we can admire its spirit of good
cheer, benevolence and charity
just as the Jewish artist can re-
vere the perfections of Raphael's
Madonnas, or the power and
sweep of the vast panorama in
The Last Judgment by Michael
Angelo. Some of us feel the deep-
est religious emotions when we
hear the great Catholic Masses.
Yet would any one advocate plac-
a Mondonna in a synagogue? Or
listen to Bach's Mass in B minor
at the service on Yom Kippur?
The Christmas tree is religious
symbolism to its very core. The
ceremony begins at midnight that
opens the day commemorating the
birth of the Christian Saviour.
Children get out of bed and sing
such carols as "Hail! Oh Hail!
Oh, Glorious Morn, Christ the
Prince of Peace is Born." Now
what possible place can this most
religious of Christian celebrations
have in a Jewish home? There is
something ignorant, superficial or
downright dishonest in appropri-
ating the holiest experiences of
another religion. It is vulgar to
imitate the passion in a strange
ritual, without feeling the genuine
emotion wrapped therein.
Our regard for the Christmas
tree should in no way differ from
cur attitude towards the religion
of our neighbors. We consider
Christianity a noble, uplifting
faith that makes for progress,
humanity and civilization. How
can we take any other view since
that faith is derived largely from
our own Torah? Our respect for
Christianity is best summed up
in the answer the Rabbi gives to
a Christian who expresses a wish
tc c mbrace Judaism. "Why should
you change? Your religion is ex-
cellent. If you observe it sincere-
ly, you will enter the kingdom of
God. Stay where you are and you
will be much happier!"
Judaism
Our historic position has always
been that Christianity, though
enormously beneficial to other
brew School and Congregation by CantQr Berele Kelemer. Re-
since it was organized three years
ago.
freshments will be served. The
Rabbi April's talk will be fol- public is invited to attend.
Kdwinn To Sing
Role In Aida*
Frank Edwinn, young Miami
Beach basso, will make his operat-
ic debut before Greater Miami
audiences in an important role in
the Miami Opera Guild's "Aida"
to be presented in the Miami High
school auditorium January 15, 17,
18 and 22.
Edwinn will appear in the com-
pany of such distinguished Metro-
politan stars as Marjorie Lawr-
ence Nicola Moscona and Fred-
erick Jagel plus Ivan Petroff and
Selma Kaye.
The young singer is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg,
151 Collins Ave.
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Louis Marcus Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Marcus, 4520 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, will take place at 1 p.m.
Sunday in Mount Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
peoples, has no .v.essage for us.
Our own faith was old and re-
spected before the birth of Jesus.
It; litual is equipped to serve
us completely, from the cradle to
the grave. The inspiration of our
purest spirits conceived it. The
labors of our best minds have
de- eloped its theology as well as
its way of life. The faith that has
grown out of our history and
traditions best fits our national
character, molded by the vicissi-
tudes of thousands of years. We
are not ready to sacrifice the
Judaism that presents our peculiar
genius, our own contribution to
world's culture.
The Christmas tree like the
cross is a noble symbol of Chris-
tianity. The seven branched
Menorah burning the Chanuka
lights radiating truth, freedom
and heroic self sacrifice is the
Jewish symbol.
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Gilbert Balkin
ilkin Succeeds Talianoff As
>rida Regional ADL Director
lbert J. Balkin has been ap-
ted director of the Florida
jnal Office of the Anti-De-
)ition League of B'nai B'rith,
as been announced by Ben-
It. Epstein, ADL national
rtor.
r. Balkin will take over the
ida office, succeeding George
talianoff, who is resigning to
private law practice. He has
ed as associate director of the
rid a office for three and a half
rior to joining the Anti-De-
iticn League, Mr. Balkin was
smber of the president's com-
tec on Fair Employment Prac-
g, with special duties involv-
problems of racial and re-
mits discrimination in the
th. He also served with the
5. Department of Labor as a
|onal supervisor in New Or-
s, La., and Birmingham, Ala.
native of St. Louis, Mo., Mr.
fin is an honor graduate of
shington University, with post-
jate study in sociology and
^lic administration at Wash-
ton University and the Uni-
Bity of Cincinnati. Together
his wife and daughter, Joan
Brty, he resides at 624 86th St.,
li Beach. Mr. Balkin is a
iber of the Miami Beach Jew-
Center, and secretary of the
Iter's Men's Club.
Ir. Balkin will atend the Fifth
trict B'nai B'rith executive
imittee meeting in Tampa Sat-
lay through Monday. In co-
ration with Alex Miller, ADL
Itheastern director, Atlanta,
Balkin will participate in a
lei presentation of ADL pro-
iming in Florida and the
ith for the combatting of
atry and improvement of hum-
| relations.
following the Tampa executive
eting, Mr. Balkin and Alex
ler, will address "ADL Night"
Btings of Sarasota and Lake-
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Miami Y To Hold
Forum Monday
The Miami YM-YWHA monthly
forum will be held Monday eve-
ning at the Y building, Leo
Scheiner, forum chairman, an-
nounced. Topic for discussion will
be "What Role Should the Ameri-
can Jew Play in the Community."
Rabbi Murray Grauer, will act
as moderator and participants in
the program will be: Dr. David
Prensky, who is active in the
American Veterans Committee;
Herbert U. Feibelman, attorney
and former president of Temple
Smd; and the Rev. Joseph Barth
of the Unitarian Church.
The YMHA forums are one of
the many public service features
of the organization and have met
with an enthusiastic response
from the public, Chairman
Scheiner stated.
There is no admission charge
and the public is invited.
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Rabbi Zwitman To
Discuss Israeli
Constitution
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman has
announced that he will discuss
the Israeli constitution on Friday
evening, January 14, af Temple
Israel.
After an outline and summary
of the 80 articles of the new con-
stitution, he will analyze the new
document in reference to the
American constitution, as well as
to the ancient biblical law and
the Jewish codes of the past.
Rabbi Zwitman stated that since
the constitution was prepared by
a committee of seven headed by
Dr. Leo Kohn of the Israeli gov-
ernment and composed of repre-
sentatives from major Israeli poli-
tical parties, and since both Presi-
dent Weizman and Prime Minis-
ter Ben Gurion have issued the
proposed constitution to be re-
leased internationally, he believes
that t(he proposed constitution
will be ratified by the people and
approved by the constitutional as-
sembly to be held in Israel after
the elections on January 25. Few,
if any, changes will be made in
the present draft, the rabbi pre-
dicts.
Couple To Celebrate
Golden Wedding Sat.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe will cele-
brate their golden wedding anni-
versary tomorrow morning at
kiddush at the Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation. Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe are
long-time residents of Miami
Beach and have been active in
civic and religious organizations.
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Amvet Post To Hold
Installation Dinner
Robert Richter Post No. 11 of
Amvets will hold an installation
banquet Sunday evening at 6:30
at the Shelborne Hotel, Nat Pol-
lack, commander, announces.
Principal speakers will be Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, who is chaplain
of the organization, and Senior
Circuit Court Judge George E.
Holt, who will discuss "The Vet-
eran's Responsibility to the Com-
munity."
The banquet will be opened
with the presentation of colors by
an honor guard composed of mem-
bers of Post No. 4 and captained
by Tom Panza. Rabbi Lehrman
will say a prayer for the follow-
ing honorary members who were
killed in action: Robert Richter,
Sidney Brettholtz and Herbert
Brown. Mayor Marcie Liberman
of Miami Beach will offer his
greetings and new members will
be installed in the Herbert Brown
indoctrination class. Each class
is dedicated to the memory of
a deceased veteran. Pollack, who
has been commander for the last
two years, will preside over the
banquet and will make the com-
mander's annual report.
Newly elected officers to be in-
stalled are: Seymour Singer, com-
mander; Jack Brettholtz, senior
vice commander; Herman Klepak,
junior vice commander; Millicent
Cole, adjutant; Leo Eisman, fi-
nance officer; Harry Tropp, pro-
vost marshal!.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair are Nat Pollack, Sey-
mour Singer and Harry Brown.
Among the distinguished guests
who have accepted invitations to
attend the banquet are: Sheriff
James Sullivan, Police Chief and
Mrs. Philip Short, State Com
mander and Mrs. Arthur Di Vin-
cent, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forbes,
Councilman and Mrs. Harold Turk
Town And Beach Club
Nears Completion
Sam Sutter, newly appointed
managing director of the Town
and Beach Club now under con-
struction, says numerous inquiries
and requests for membership are
pouring in daily, confirming the
belief that there has long been a
need for a social club of this type.
The cabana colony, slated to be
south Florida's largest, will con-
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and an administration building
with a total floor area of 40,000
square feet. Each cabana will be
luxuriously spacious, 16 x 10 feet
with additional private patio
space in front. They will be taste-
fully furnished and will be
equipped with private showers,
two dressing rooms, cabinets, full
length mirrors, special lighting.
There will be telephone and pag-
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THE FIRST NATIONAL
Mrs. Kogan To Honor
Beth Sholom Officers
And Board Members
Mrs. Alexander Kogar. of 3722
Roval Palm Ave.. Miami Beach,
will entertain the officers and
board members of the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom. on Fri-
day. January 14, at 12:30 p.m.. ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. Sisterhood
president.
Mrs. Kogar. is honorary presi-
dent of the Sisterhood. Other of-
ficers ar.d board members are:
Mrs. Leor. J. Ell and Mrs. Charles
Tobin, honorary presidents: Mrs
William Farr and Mrs. Bessie N I-
son. vice presidents: Mrs. Arth
England, recording secretary: Mrs.
Benjamin Seidler. correspor.
secretary: Mrs. Bert Whitman, fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs. I. C
Greenberg. treasurer ar.d Mr?
Leon Kronish. chaplain.
Board members are: the Mes-
dames Joseph Arkin. Leonard
Barr. Carr.ille Baum. E. A. Becker.
Irving Becker. William Bern.--
E. Goldstrich, Sam Lachrr.an. Al-
fred Mamlet. Irving Marcus. Mur-
ray Maurer. Edward Mencher. I.
Rothman, Simon Wolff. Abe Zin-
r.amon. E. Baikir.d, J. C Chutkow,
Joseph Fenias, S. A. Goodman,
Samuel Kelemer, Harry Kohn,
David Levinson, Joseph Mazo.
David Phillips. Lyon Pistrich,
Alex Robbins. Fred Somrr.erstein.
Louis Stoff, Alex Straus and Jack
Udell.
The luncheon will follow the
regular monthly board meeting.
Spinoza Forum To Meet
The Spinoza Forum will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the patio of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 11th St.
Collins Ave. Guts; speaker will
be Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami, wl i
John Steinbeck's "A Russ
Journal" Open forum discus.
will '.' llow the book review.
Wednesday evening at 8:30
Charles H. Lee will give the
second lecture in the series "The
Heavens and the Earth."
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duplicate attached. Then,
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drop it in your nearest mail
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next transaction.
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Bridge Club To Meet
The v. -..; ting of the Nor-
mandy School Bridge Club will
take place Wednesday at the
school. 1021 Biarritz Dr. A guest
lecturer will lead a group
sion on. "Bidding the Cull*
System."
Members of the group incl
EU( n Ostroff, Carl Grossman. Ar-
thur Eiberson, Sondra I. i
Alan Blankstc-in. Buddy Solomon
Arons, Eddie Cooper and
Betty Kaplan.
Beach B'nai B'rith
To Hear Student
Miss Marian Ginsberg who was
recently named winner of the
Ross interfaith Scholarship Award
at the University of Miami, will
be the featured speaker at the reg-
ular meeting of th. Miami Beach
Chapt. T : lay. Januarj 18. at
815 pm.. at the Miami Beach Y
MissGinsber, erved at the
Foundatii n as Interfaith
luring the past semes-
ter and will n -dor pro-
the Ross Award one
n at the Ui '
. : r '
I .:. the field I interfaith
activ *
" Also appearing with Miss Gins-
berg as ] rual H'Alc-
:. will be urn-
Danziger
and Hal S th. co-chairmen of
Hillel Foundation drive.
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
Hillel Foundation will tell
0f th vices and cultural pro-
grams made available to the stu-
dents it the foundation ar.d will
describe accomplishments of the
186 Hillel Foundations through
the United States, Canada and
Cuba during th( f Jl 25 years.
The program will mark observ-
ance of Hillel's 25th anniversary
and has been planned by David
R. Isen, program chairman. Presi-
dent Harry Zukernick will pre-
side and will make presentation
of membership awards to Barnett
Beckerman. William Wagner and
Harold Tui k I i their work in the
recent membership drive.
LONDON. (JTA)The British
Govi : has no intention of
relaxing at preser.t its practices
verning release of Jewish
refugees interned on Cyprus, it
learned in quarters close to
ign Office. These quarters
g on the appeal
by Henry Morgenthau. Jr., gen-
eral chairman of the United Jew-
Appeal, to Prime Minister
Clement R. Attlee and former
j me Minister Winston Churchill
in behalf of the Cyprus refugees.
FRIDAY JANUARY 7.
F inal arrangements for the ganw
party to be held Sunday, Jan.
16, will be made.
luarj
according
B'nai B'rith Officer
To Visit Miami Beach
Isaac Gradman. a national com-
-oner of B'r.ai B'ntr. and past
president of District Grand Lodge-
No. 5. will spend several v.
in Miami Beach at the Royal P
Hotel. He is due to arrive on
Monday. During his -
confer with local B'nai B
leaders regarding membership ex-
pansion and the current B'na:
B'rith Council fund drive, C. R.
Jacobson, executive secretary
B'nai B'rith Council, announced.
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Some Aspects of
Israeli Constitution
By Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
(In recent days, the proposed constitution of Israel has been
released. The Jewish Floridian take pride in presenting, herewith,
a review of that constitution by an outstanding Hebrew scholar I
in the community, who has studied the 80 articles of the new
new constitution and, hereby, presents some relevant comment
on it.)
A committee of 7 headed by Dr. Leo Kohn, counsellor of the
Israeli Foreign Office, has issued the new constitution of the State
of Israel.
Reading the preamble, which begins with the ringing words,
"We, the people of Israel, humbly giving thanks to Almighty God
for having delivered us from the burden of exile and brought us
back to our ancient land," is a thrilling experience and following
the clarion Hebrew words which state"We are resolved to rebuild
our Commonwealth in accordance with the ideals of peace and
righteousness of the Prophets of Israel, to welcome home every Jew
who seeks entry, and to promote the security and well-being of all
who dwell within our gates," gives one a feeling of being in the
presence of one of the great classical holy documents of all time.
I plan to discuss the 80 articles of the constitution fully on
January 14, but in this preview statement which I have been asked
to write for the Jewish Floridian, I shall limit myself to the mention
of some of the blsic features and striking statements in the con-
stitution.
Some of the innovations which are found in this constitution,
which are not found in any other constitution in the democracies of
the world, are the following:
1) Prohibition of spreading of libelous material which is de-
signed to stir-up racial hatred or that advocates suppression of
human rights.
2) Love of the stranger to such an extent that there is no
limitation upon his qualifications whatsoever, (an Arab citizen can
become President of the State of Israel by popular vote).
3) The responsibility of the government for making provisions
for the support of all of its citizens.
4) Prohibition of any type of discrimination against a citizen
on the basis of religion, race, language or color.
Article 12 of the new constitution abolishes the death penalty
and prohibits moral pressure or physical violence in police in-
terrogation.
The constitution establishes a unicameral form of government.
Article 29 provides that this "One House of Congress" known as the
"Chamber of Deputies" shall be elected by direct ballot and that
the country shall be divided into electoral districts, with each ten
thousand of the population approximately, to be represented by one
deputy. The districts are to be revised once in three years.
The constitution provides that the name of the State is Israel,
"a sovereign independent, democratic republic" and that this state
is designed to be the national home of the Jewish people and shall
admit every Jew who desires to settle within its territory, subject
to such regulative provisions as may, from time to time, be enacted
by the Chamber of Deputies. No discrimination of any kind shall be
made by the state between the inhabitants on the grounds of race,
religion, language or sex, the draft says. The official language is
Hebrew, but, adequate facilities will be provided for Arabic-speak-
ing citizens in the legislature, before the court and before the
executive and administrative authorities.
As for freedom of religion, the constitution insures to all-
freedom of conscience and the free exercise of all forms of worship
and it holds that existing rights in respect to holy places and re-
ligious buildings or sites shall not be denied or impaired. Freedom
of speech is in a sense limited in the new constitution, for, while
guaranteeing freedom of expression and of opinion in writing, article
15 says that this guarantee, "shall not extend to utterances or pub-
lications that are libelous, slanderous or obscene, or that are designed
to stir-up racial hatred, or to incite to violence or crime." Prohibited
also is writing that advocates "the suppression of human rights or
of the democratic system of government or, that reveals secrets of
national defense."
A very interesting section, is the one that speaks of the election
of the President and the appointment of the Prime Minister. This
section is treated in article 48 through 61 and states that any citizen
of Israel who is eligible to the Chamber of Deputies and has
reached the age of 35 may be elected to the office of President. "The
President of the republic shall be elected by the Chamber of
Deputies by secret ballot. The term of office of the President shall
be five years and he may be re-elected on the expiration of his term,
but only for one additional term."
"Every official act of the President shall be countersigned by
the Prime Minister. The President shall, after consultation with
the leaders of the Parliamentary parties, appoint a Prime Minister
and upon his advice, the other members of the Executive Council."
It would seem that the Prime Minister, even though appointed
by the President, will have greater power than the President, for
the Prime Minister, and not the President will preside over the meet-
ings of the Executive Council and the Prime Minister shall be re-
sponsible for the coordination of all activities of the Executive
Council and for the execution by the Departments of State of the
policies adopted by the Executive Council. The President's powers
are sharply defined and limited. He can not veto legislation and he
can take no action of his own without approval by the Prime Minister.
The constitution includes a meaningful phrase which almost shows
that the President is of a "figure-head" nature compared with the
Prime Minister, for while the Prime Minister executes policies
adopted by the Executive Council, the only responsibility he owes to
the President is that "he shall keep the President of the republic
informed on all major domestic and foreign policy."
The judicial power is vested in five types of courts:
a) Magistrate Courts
b) District Courts
c) High Court _
d) A Court of Final Appeal, to be called "The Supreme Court.
e) Religious Courts of the Jewish, Moslem and Christian com-
munities. ..
The last mentioned courts seem to be a new feature in democratic
constitutions. These Religious Courts exercise jurisdiction in matters
of personal status and of religious foundations and of endowments.
The constitution concludes with the thought that future legisla-
tion in Israel shall be guided by the basic principles of Jewish re-
ligious law, and wherever the existing law does not provide adequate
guidance, the Courts of Law shall have recourse to these basic
principles of the past.
While there seems to be a definite separation of church and
state, the constitution has an underlying spiritual flavor which puts
it in the class of the former great codes that Jewish sages and rabbis
have formulated during the ages.____________________________
Cardiac Home To Meet
The monthly meeting of the
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will be
htld at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Melvin Cohen Hall of the Home,
4'J50 West Flagler St.
INVESTMENT ADVISER
Limited to Securities Listed on
the New York Stock Exchange
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922
Miami 11. Florida
Collins Transport & Terminal Corp.
Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space
For Wareouslng and Storage _
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 3-0789. Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Phone 4-0335
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
EDDIE ALPER
BORSCHT
SCHAV
DELICIOUS
HOT OR CHILLED
Distributed by
PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866
r Blue 5
gibbon,
Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc.
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1403 N.W. 7th COURT MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONES: 3-0754 3-0754
FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE
AT NO EXTRA COST
DAMP WASH SERVICE
All Clothes Beautifully washed, thoroughly rinsed;
including colored fabrics. 24 to 36 hour service.
e THRIFTY SERVICE
Wearing Apparel delivered Damp. Sheets, pillow
cases, all towels and table linens beautifully
finished.
e ROUGH DRY
All Wearing Apparel thoroughly dry. All Flat
pieces Ironed, Including handkerchiefs.
W e SEMI-DRY SERVICE
All Laundry beautifully washed and dried
thoroughly; bed spreads and cotton blankets In-
cluded.
e BUDGET SERVICE
Everything beautifully washed and ironed:
starched when necessary including shirts. All
priced by the pound.
Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home
HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED
And U Now Under the Personal Supervision of:
RUTH WEISS, R. >.
EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G.
JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
e 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE
CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
e SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED
1408 N. E. Bayshore Place. Miami
Phone 82-5395

i
Jukiyi of Distinction Ride At
TwtfeflvM
MIAMI. FLOP IDA
40 DAYS OF RACING
DEC 1st .hru JAN. 15th
POST TIME-1:30 P.M.
8 RACES DAILY
IOCATI0 ON HID IOA0
WIST Or UTMOII town


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FRIDAY JANUARY 7, 1949


Marilyn Levenson And William Lubcl
United In Beach Center Ceremony
In a double ring ceremony un-
der a white satin canopy. Marilyn
Leveivon. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Levenson. 7742 Tatem
Waterway Drive, became the.
bride of William Lubel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Keuoen Lubel. Mo-
bile. Ala. The marriage was
solemnized by Rabbi Irvine Lehr-
man Sir: lay 11 the Miami ?
Jewish Community Center, which (
was d^crra'ed with white t3pers,
white gladioli rr-r ferns
The b'ide, given in marriaj
her fat:- i a fitted gown ti
writ; Hipper satin fashion
long sleeves which tapered I
point at the wrists, a r.ct yoke
?nd a r edged
rows of see- pi
Sue Goodman, maid it honor
was ffeta and
carr : -f Amer
Beauty roses The bridesmaid
were Helen Ser, Marsha Faber.
Cyvia Baer. Gerlo Koren and
Natalie Kasdin ?:': rley J
Lube!, sister of the .
juni r bridesn
Michael Lul si rother's
best man Ushers -"ere Doi
Levewon, the brid br th< r. Er-
wir. Leider. Alvin L EL
Oliph&nt and Melvin Morris
Foil..'. the ceremony a din-
ner for 40"1 was served in the
reception ha'." f the Center. After
dinner an stra played for
dancing.
Out-of-town guest; included
Mi. and Mrs. Manny Hirsch. St.
Louis. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Gurvitch. Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and
Mr*. H. Lubel, Mobil Al : Mr.
ana Mrs. William Lubel, "'
gorr.ery. Ala.: Harold Lubel.
Birmingham. Ala.: Mickey L..
West Palm Beach, and Hyman
Jacobs. Atlanta. Ga.
Miss Levenson is a craduate of
Miami Beach High and is state
tennis champion of Florida Mr.
Lubel was graduated from Miami
Senior High and attended the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity. He served in the Navy
for two years.
Following a wedding trip to
Da>tona Beach, the couple will
reside :n Mobile, -..ere Mr. Lubel
is an inc trial banker.
I


Workmen's Circle Will
Install New Officers
The men's and
branches of the W
of Miami will I nstallatioi
of officers Sunday at
the Arbeiter Rii Ly i 1M5
S.W. 3rd St.
New off: ers of I
are: Alex Aronoff, ch
H. Weintraub.
S. Snider, recording -
Dave Gros S ''''
man. hosp talt
Members of the exi
include: Georc- S lv< r. I. G
Mrs. Anna Levenson, S
J. H. Siegel H. Rose. N B
stein. I. Wiener, H Gr<
Greenbaum. H. G and
Maurice Jacobs
Officers of the
arc: Mrs S. K '" M -
S. Snider. I seeretar;
Mrs N. B
retary: Mrs. J H Siege]
er: Mrs. S. Waits] I
The executiv "; of:
Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Mrs. J
Wolf. Mrs. H. Goldman, Mrs A.
Gold. Mrs. C Weintraub. Mrs
Ed Greenbaum, Mrs Sil-
ver and Mrs Weithaus.
Natalie Goodman Engaged To Mr. Liebman
The engagement of
Natalie Goodman to
James David Liebman
son of Mr. and Mrs.'
Aaron Liebman. 342
Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach, has been an-
nounced by her par.
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Goodman, 118 West
Di Lido Drive, Miami
Beach.
A graduate of Salem
Academy, Winston -
Salem, N. C., the bride-
elect is now attending
Vassar College in
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Mr. Liebman. a
Navy veteran, is now
a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami Law
School.
.'..*
Ardra
'''.Warn Lubel
Marriage Revealed
Announcement ) n mad
by Mr. end Mrs L Muttei
2445 Pine '
riage of his sister, Mrs I
Kohl, to Arthur Glatt. '
took place in Chicago O 1
The former Mrs. Kol
ja resident of thi
' years,
Mr. And Mrs. Wachtel
Visit In Miami Beach
Vacationing at the Versailles
Hotel in Miami Beach, following
their attendance at the engage-
ment party of their niece here.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wachtel.
W. 47th St., New York.
Mr. Wachtel. the president of
Calvert's Distillers Corp.. 405 Lex-
ington Ave. and his wife are
its of Mr. ftnd Mrs Ben F.
Danbaum of Rivo Alto Drive.
Miami Beach.
Now Undtr AMDRON Mansgtmtii
Elizabeth Hirsch
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hirsch.
2300 S.W. 20th St.. recently an-
Mr. And Mrs. R. Katz
Visit Her Parents Here
Mr and Mrs Robert S. Katz of
Boston, Mass :.:-: visiting Mr5
Katz's rarer.--- Mr. and Mrs
George Lipkin, owners of Lee's
Specialty S | 11" N E 2: : Av .
Miami.
Mr. Katz is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry L. Katz of Brookline.
Mass., r rs of the Boston
Jewish World and the Dorchester
(Mass 1 Argus-News.
Robert S. Katz, a graduate of
Boston University School of Busi-
ness administration, is now busi-
ness manager of the publications.
Gables Jewish Center To
Observe Hillel Night
Hillel night will be observed at
the Sabbath evening sen-ices of
the Coral Gables Jewish. Center
tonight at 8 p.m.. in the Pratt Hos-
pital Chapel. Services and Oneg
Shabbat will be conducted by
students of the University of Mi-
ami Hillel Foundation and Dr.
Tonald Michelson, Hillel director.
Lenore Wiseman Pledged
To Harold H. Hoffer
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wis<
2240 S.W. 25th Terr., announ
the engagement of thi
Lenore, t Harol I H. H I
of Mr and Mrs A Fn
Nassau, B. hamas
Eve.
The bridi t is 1 rly I
Grand Rapids, Mich where she
a-tended high scr I She attend-
' ". f Miami
Mr. H t':\ r graduated from
Queens College al Nassau where
he '" his Caml ridge Uni-
versity school certificate/
Plans call for a spring wedding
The
Mrs Harry F. Nolte, presidenl
the monthlj
Advii :-.
K -e So"-
f Florida S m 1 teni D--
' n, M lay
DOUBLE ROOM
For a couple in a quiet home
Good Bus Connections
Kitchen Privileges
48-9460
FOR RENT
Beautiful room in a nice home
Kitchen privileges if desired
AH conveniencesClose in
Near three buses
Reasonable
CALL 82-1902
HOTEL and Luxury
Apartments
ON OCEAN nONT AT 41.1 JTBlll
ffl Wflll &6flCH
Tahiti Cecktail Usage
Dining Terraee
Every nodin ceactivabte
facility ", af cenrse,
the noted AND BON service
Reserrotkms
. hnttea-
SECRETARY AVAILABLE
Rapid Efficient
Capable of Filling Executive
Position
CALL 58-9277. APT. 6
Elirabeth Hirsch
nounced the engagement of the.:
daughter. Elizabeth, to Harold!
j Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs
! Morris Friedman, 4001 Prairie
| Ave.
Miss Hirsch. formerly of Bruns-1
wick, Ga., was graduated from'
Broward County High school ana
from Vanderbilt University.
Mr. Friedman. Chattanooga. I
Tenn.. attended Baylor School.
the University of Chattanooga J
and the University of Cincinnati.
He served in the Navy for four
years and is now owner of a
radio business in Miami.
The wedding will take place in
the early spring.
IflakeeWteal
a festfre occasion
UAmtrnmn swan ,w a ^mommummmSSm
lUTKrt
w
urdines
SALE! COLORFUL,
FLORAL OINNERVVARE
62-piece service
for 8
Regularly $32.50
Special *2489
S5 down. $5 month4
H;e4[fu,l d:nnenva- service to
-lend attractively Lil
pr traditional series a
lovely floral ce- ten I^aI'
design in so?" tone "^
green and yellow lends a tr*nV
SMS? f0r "52 homes'
salad plate^b^-and fe
P-ates. soups, fruits, cuds anrt
inrrcSo:vereaJdPlatter -ar
vegetable dishes CrCamer; :
Including earr/,a cril,oe|
n- urd'"'t- Mumi,
The Sirlcin Family
announce
'
and
7 each. Cs/ul
------"*------:---------- l.r.4 f.nm
U nearing completion.
Many local famines have already
rented Cabanas.
The Club will provide full
SOCIAL BEACH and CABANA
iacifities.
Cabanas and lockers are on a year-
round basis and are recaonably priced.
Foe full Information call
or see
SAM SUTTER
Managing Director
Lincoln Rd.
Phone 58-7243


IY, JANUARY 7, 1949
let Schwartzmcm
Erwin Frenkil
marriage of Harriet
tzman and Erwin B.
was solemnized Novem-
at the Sheraton-Belvedere
Baltimore, Md.
bride, the daughter of Mr.
rs. Henry N. Schwartzman,
-Jewish nurktom
PAGE NINE
Han Creek Drive, Miami
is a graduate of Miami
[igh and attended the Uni-
Miami, where she was
er of Alpha Epsilon Phi
M Jrenkil is the son of Mrs.
. fcenkil and the late Samuel
ftkil of Baltimore. He is a
at Johns Hopkins Uni-
fcvhcre he is active in Phi
B>elta fraternity.
tine Schwartzman, the maid
r, was her sister's only
Jit. David Greenberg
_BS best man.
|a honeymoon in New
the Frenkils are residing at
fc-chester Road, Baltimore.
Bth will continue their
at Johns Hopkins.
KIT LONELINESS
HMD HAPPINESS NOW
JOIN THE
CIRCLE CLUB
Chamber of Commerce Building
141 N. E. 3rd Ave., Room 601
PHONE 2-6242
Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
VflRITE P. O. BOX 34S
m ihincjoiqi
: IT. H BWDDi tOAO
OPf.f 10;, MIAMI KACH
^NDAyII
Tomorrow
GB1
I Starts
fOMORROW
ng drama of
men battling
foi empire
Khe love of a
woman!
Color by
tJ&hnicolor
"Man From
Colorado
ltnn Ford
lUliam Holden
JSllen Drew
II
GalAT
Personally Speaking ..
... .Mr" ^ Mrs- Ae Hirshhorn and daughters, Phyllis and
Vivian, are houseguests of Mrs. Hirshhorn's brother and sistetr-
ui-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, 2601 S.W. 2nd Ave.
The Misses Selma and Naomi Susman, Daytona Beach, have
been houseguests of Miss Ada Goldberg, 2970 S.W. 17th St.
* *
World travelers and art collectors, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Epstein, have returned from St. Louis. Mo. and are now in their
Miami Shores home at 9350 N.E. 9th Ave. They v/Ul remain
here for six months.
* *
Larry J. Rubin, a sophomore at Emory University, returned
to his classes last weekend after visiting with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Rubin, Miami Beach. A group of friends honored
Larry at a party during his stay.
* *
Celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a dinner
party at the Blackstone Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Knaster,
1003 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Guests included Dr. and
Mrs. Simon H. Ebenstein, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Ehrlich, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Teschner,
all Miami Beach residents.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Tampa spent the holidays
with her mother, Mrs. Sophie Rosenthal, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave. While
in Miami the visitors attended the Orange Bowl game which
was of special interest since Mr. Cohen is a former resident
of Georgia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave., announce
the birth of a girl Sunday, January 2, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
* *
Miss Shirley Slatf of Tampa was the holiday houseguest
of the Misses Doris and Romesa Rosenthal, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave.
* *
Rabbi Chaim Meskin, spiritual leader of the Congregation
of Young Israel of Sunnyside, Long Island, is visiting his
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster, 251 S.W.
18th Ct.
* *
Mr. an Mrs. Sol Stokols, 2810 S.W. 7th St., are entertaining
as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman of Chicago
and their sons, Jerry and David. Mrs. Feldman is Mrs. Stokols'
sister. While here, the visitors from the Windy City helped cele-
brate the birthday of Daniel Stokols, who was one year old on
New Year's Day.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont, 740 S.W. 7th St., have as their
guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin, and her sister,
Mrs. Hyman Bebergal, and daughter Sheran Joy, all of Charles-
ton, S. C. The Charlestonians are here to see Edwin Stephen,
the Pont's new baby.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan Ave.. Miami
Beach, are vacationing at the Hotel Governor Clinton in New
York until February 5, when they will make an extensive motor
tour of the South. During the trip the Dreyfuses will visit their
daughter, Mrs. Thomas G. Hall in Bryan, Texas.
+ +
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, 4451 S.W. 1st St., are hosts
to Mrs. Adelman's mother, Mrs. M. Klugman of Savannah, Ga.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein of Bethlehem, Pa., and
children. Earl and Rhonda, are the guests of Mrs. Pallot's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot, 136 N.W. 15th Ave.
* *
Jacob Schachter, conductor of the Jewish Musical Hour over
WBAY, left this week for New York to attend the wedding of
his daughter.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg of Louisville, Kentucky, and
children, Marilyn and Gilbert, were the holiday houseguests
of Mrs. Goldberg's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert E. Scher, 2100 S.W. 16th Terr.
* *
Sidney H. Palmer is attending a tri-state convention of
monument dealers in Montgomery, Ala.
+ +
Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, and Mrs. Helene Silver, state president of
the B'nai B'rtth Women, will attend the executive meeting of
B'nai B'rith District No. 5 in Tampa tomorrow arid Sunday.
MAC & DEE'S GULF SERV. ST A.
GULF SERVICE
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTIONTRUCK SERVICE
8909 Biscavne Blvd.. Miami, Fla.
Phone 7-9133
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Mendelsohn's sf Restaurant
1301 Collim Ave., Miami Baach
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE
TELEPHONE 5-9085
AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES 8ERVED
Free Parking in Rear
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ACE RUG CLEANERS
26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155
RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
Marjorie Lawrence, great
dramatic soprano of the Met-
ropolitan Opera, will sing the
role of Amneris when the Mi-
ami Opera Guild presents
"Aida" Jan. 15. 17. 18. 22 at
Miami Senior High school audi-
torium at 8:15 p.m. The Met's
Frederick Jagel and Nicola
Moscona, plus Selma Kaye and
Ivan Petroff are other artists
who will be heard.
PLANTS & SHRUBS
For Sale
Reasonable
JOSEPH MELNICK
1252 N. W. 33rd St.
Tel. 3-7115
Floor Section
Table*
$1 Extra
Uou*(%akt No Cover. No Minimum. See
LUCKY ALAN Broadcaat over
WQAM. Cont. Entertainment
from i p.nt. *<
THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD
HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
A participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
1. Any information about Kashruth concerning chicken
markets, meat markets, restaurants, hotels, or any other
Kashruth problem in Miami Beach or in the City of
Miami and vicinity may be obtained from our Director,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, phone 5-3595.
2. In order to be sure that a store is supervised and en-
dorsed by the G.M.V.H. look for the sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth displayed in the meat market.
3. Every fowl must bear the identification ring of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. it 1 0 J
HARRY SIREN. Pres.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Secy.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
PLAZA
THEATRE S. Miami Beach
"Home of Yiddish Stage
and Screen Shows
5
BIG
DAYS
Starts WED., Jan. 12th
An All Comedy Musical
All Yiddish Stage Screen Show
-ON THE STAGE-
Diana Goldberg-Irving Grossman
-ON THE SCREEN-
Izidor Cosher Lazar Freed,
Chaim Tauber and Yetta Zwerling
"THE JEWISH MELODY'
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FRIDAY JANUARY
PAGE TEN
United Jewish Appeal Raised Record Sum
Of More Than SI 50,000,000 In Campaign
which will rneet
esdav
y? raised' JT _.,
1M8 by the United Jewish API
JtB-
January
_.-- Diana for the 1949 cam-
of the Joint Dis-
U* as well as in
-H qs] rati :- :pre'
. historic conl bution
^ f ^ 1848 Umted
I helped -
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtai. Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
7,
Si '
n Jewish
... th. United
..ve-e ?r uraged I unpre
the 1948 Inw
,.--.. thesigrufjcance
that has
WASHINGTON HOTEL
1V a DINING ROOM
New open to the public daily rv'" trC^7k0,her dinn,r-
-.ow wk For Re,ervation Phona 5-6617
S'6 Washington Ave.. Miani Beach
CATERING TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS
of the campaign
an end, they saic that
SUl stantially ex-
| __.--: of
i detailed report :=
-.-.---'-- was paid
-' -=: vear's i:.'-i ---" '" "-' -- -.- >,'*;:-; R:s- ,
::v -. el*en.
v.;, ... .v. Je- --......._____ theliquidati
--'-*-'...........----------------------------------------_______-v )blem in ]
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
a La-s* Btoe* :* ~":"-'
--. :- fl>apia>
-----e: It* ae -t-y "
II Je.h ee-ete- ei
a Sf. -; *i: "5
jewith dm '"
a-ea t ".e ?2i
Lock For tht
2-Story
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS Jit DC
ORES SLSSAYS
CARR APPLIANCES, INC.
OWEN L CARR, President
FRIGll> URE PRODUCTS
PHONE E2-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
DO YOU NEED A
PAINT JOB?
{ Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative t
Estimate Your Painting
We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It
PAINTING
PAPERHAXG1XG
WATERPROOFING
We Have Experienced Painters
We Do Good Clean Work
We Are Licensed Insured
Moro Painting Co.
Office Phone 6-4573
Home Address
3134 S. W. 21st Street
Phone 4-7472
No ]ob Too Small, Or Too Big
ievement
I expectation
; vs of the
>At the beginning of '.948. tne
UJA officers stated, "our most
jptimistic planning provided for
.0 immigrat 1 "5,000 refu-
:- Israel Now we car 1 -.
[act that not 1
but 120.000 new immi(
reached the chores of the J
past year
through the help it the Ur
. I nsh Appeal
As we entered the 1948 drive
hfl ago. we envisi jned
ion of the Jewish D P
Eur pe within two or
three years. Today, as a result of
.he unique record of aecorr-
rr.er.: in 1948, we have every rea-
xr I that the Jewish DP
camps will be practically empty
before the end of 1949.
The establishment of the new
" wish nation of Israel was hailed
by the national chairmen a? th<
one dominant fact of hist :
which has now brought the sur-
viving victims of war and oppres-
sion in Europe ar.d elsewhere tc
the 'threshold of true liberation
econstruction. The opening
'. the doors of Israel to Jewish
refugees who are r. w -.:
:-.:- that country at the rate of
a month presents the Jew?
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Jewish refugees, an I I
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land th:: will : :ur.d thi
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Th< "" i Jewish Appeal
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Jews were
fit intc Israel during 1948
with funds made available bv the
UJA Of those. 105.000 came in
; I imation f the Jew-
Lsh S1 n M 14. 1948. UJA
went to support large-
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established new agricultural set-
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touting, stimulated trade and in-
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in Europe. North Africa and the
Middle East through programs to
relieve suffering and want:
through reconstruction projects'
c nsisting of producers' coopera-
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+Jewlsti FlcrSdUan
PAGE ELEVEN
NEW SETTLEMENT FOUNDED IN ISRAEL IN HONOR OF MORGENTHAU
AS TRIBUTE TO HIS LEADERSHIP OF UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
Keneseth Israel Holds
Chanuka Celebration
Keneseth Israel, newly organ-
ized Miami Beach orthodox con-
gregation, held a Chanuka cele-
Liation at the Helene Hotel Thurs-
day, December 30.
Max Matthew spoke and sug-
gested that the permanent place
of worship, when it is announced,
he called the Jewish Shul. Com-
munal singing followed the talk.
The group is holding services
temporarily at the Helene but a
permanent place will be an-
nounced in the near future.
Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. general chairman of the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal, was honored
during hit recent trip to Israel when the people of the Jewish State named one of their newest
settlements after him. The settlement, called "Tal Schachar," Hebrew translation of Morgenthau
and meaning "Dew of th Morning." lies in the Judean Hills astride the "Burma Road" linking Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv. It was founded by veterans of the Israeli Army. The dedication ceremonies, seen
in these photos, shows (top) Mr. Morgenthau and Dr. Weizmann arriving at the settlement with an
honored guard of Israeli soldiers; (bottom left). Mr. Morgenthau planting the settlement's first tree;
and (bottom, right). Tal Schachar's first settlers erecting their homes soon after the ceremonies were
concluded.
>or Zionists To Meet
z.onist Organization of America,, Zionist Youth Commission
Poale Zion, will meet Tuesday at
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Commission, announced that a
meeting of the Youth Commis-
sion will be held on. Tuesday at
8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Reports from the advisors ap-
pointed by the commission to the
General Zionist youth groups
meeting under the auspices of the
commission will be made.
Youth groups now meeting in
Greater Miami are Miami Jr. Ha-
dassah, Miami Beach Jr. Hadas-
sah, Miami Masada, Miami Beach
Masada and I.Z.F.A. (the Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America) and 12 Young Judaea
clubs. For further informa-
tion about these groups call
Miss Hochman, secretary of the
Zionist Youth Commission, at
58-4643.
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge
Installs New Officers
Installation of the newly elected
officers of Sunshine Rebekah
Lodge took place Tuesday at 8
p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave.
Officers who were installed in-
clude: Beatrice Cole, noble grand:
Charlotte Weisman, vice grand;
Belle Spevak, recording secre-
tary; Gertrude Kass, financial
secretary; Jean Hart, treasurer.
Appointed officers were: Helen
Cohen, Lena Guerino, Sonia Rose-
man, Ruth Kleiner, Sarah Liebow-
itz, Mary Kassell, Henrietta
Grossman, Florence Brooks, Anna
Bergson, Pauline Pfferman, Mynn
Gilbert, Lila Myers, Yetta Fietel,
Beatrice Jacobs, Ida Orenstein,
Rose Campus, Florence Korn, Bes-
sie Cohen and Sarah Theodore.
Histadruth To Meet
Second in the series of Sunday
afternoon meetings of Histadruth
LTarbuth Ivrith will be held
from 3 to 5 Sunday at the Spinoza
Forum, 11th St. and Collins Ave.
The meetings, conducted entirely
in Hebrew, are open to the public.
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[ Jean Casadesus
[To Give Concert
Second in the Community Con-
cert series, sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach YM-YWHA, will take
place at Miami Beach High
school Monday at 8:30 p.m. Jean
Casadesus, pianist will be the art-
ist. This twenty-one year old mus-
ician is the second youngest artist
to appear on this series. Last year
nineteen year old Pressler was
presented.
Monday's artist carries on the
great tradition of the internation-
ally known family. His parents
are Gaby and Robert Casadesus,
each will known in musical cir-
cles. Born in Paris, Jean enrollec
in the Paris Conservatoire in 193!
and won the first medal.
Since 1940 he has lived in the
United States and has continued
his studies under his parents while
attending Lawrenceville prepara-
tory school and later Princeton
University. In 1946 he won the
\outh Contest of the Philadelphia
Orchestra. The following year he
appeared under Eugene Ormandy
and was also prize winner at the
International Geneva Contest.
Last year he started his profes-
sional career with recitals in this
country as well as with a spring
tour of Europe. He was enthusi-
astically received wherever he
played.
The program he will present
Monday night includes selections
by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Liszt
and Charbrier.
A few subscriptions as well as
some single admissions are still
available.
+Jen 1st tkrHkir
PAGE THIRTEEN
Beach Jewish Center Expands Program
Of Jewish Education For Adults
Rabbi Irving Lehrman an-1 Jewish history: Special em-
nounces the expansion of the Mi- phasis will be given to the de-
ami Beach Community Center jcisive moments in Jewish history
Adult Institute for Jewish studies which determined the existence,
Dr. Seitlin Moves Offices
David J. Seitlin, D.D.S., has an-
nounced the removal of his of-
fices from 605 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, to 412 Ingraham Build-
ing, Miami. Dr. Seitlin limits his
practice to exodontia and oral
surgery.
A native Miamian, Dr. Seitlin
graduated from Miami Senior
High and the University of Flor-
ida. He received his dental degree
from Loyola University in New
Orleans and his hospital training
in the New York Polyclinic Hos-
pital, New York.
which has been in session since
November. This expansion was
necessary due to the great de-
mand on the part of members of
the- congregation and the com-
munity, Rabbi Lehrman states.
Classes will be inaugurated Wed-
nesday, January 12, and courses
to be held in the Center school
building, 1415 Euclid Ave., will
be open to all without charge.
Registration began January 5 and
will conttinue until classes begin.
The following courses will be
offered:
Hebrew for beginners: Offered
to beginners so that they can
master Hebrew reading and be
able to participate in a religious
service. A vocabulary of essential
basic Hebrew words will be de-
veloped. Wednesday evenings,
7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: Andrew
Kornreich.
Intermediate Hebrew: Designed
as a refresher course to reacquaint
students with the fundamentals of
Hebrew reading and writing
Monday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30.
Instructor: Andrew Kornreich.
Conversational Hebrew: Special
emphasis on the spoken Hebrew
language. Monday evenings, 7:30
to 8:30. Instructor: Miss A. Rob-
bins.
Advanced Hebrew: A speaking
knowledge of the language is re-
quired. Selections from modern
Hebrew writers, poets, and "Ha-
doar" will be read. Wednesday
evenings, 8:30 to 9:30. Instructor:
F. Berkovitz.
Bible class: Course to consist of
reading selections from the five
books of Moses, the prophets and
writings, in English translation,
with emphasis on rabbinical com-
mentary, history and ideology, ac-
companied by discussion. Wed-
nesday mornings, 10 to 11. This
class will be conducted by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman.
There will also be an additional
Bble class Wednesday evenings,
from 7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: A.
Horowitz.
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p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Bedding Company Holds
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Keeping with the spirit of last
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Rabbi And Minister
Participate In
Chanuka Services
A new ceremonial intended to
svmbolize the brotherhood of
Christians and Jews was enacted
on December 24 by Dr. Marius
Panson. rabbi of Temple Emanu-
El of Fort Lauderdale and the
Pev. John H. Hanger, minister the Park Temple Methodist |rious university stU:lent groups.
Church of that city. Coming to ^. Raab WM inv,ted as euest
the Jewish Temp e for the Friday t en, Qf the
evening service at which Dr.Jtan- Observance of Religious
son hg.-.ted the eight-branched ~~" fc _, .
Chanuka candelabrum. Dr. Hanger, Emphasis Week.
lighted a cardie from the flame
Rabbi Raab Speaks At
Daytona Beach College
Rabbi David Raab. spiritual
leader of Temple Isaiah, has re-
turned from Daytona Beach,
where he served as representative
of the Jewish Chautauqua Society
and gave a series of five lectures
at the Bethune-Cookman C
there. During the Rabbi's stay on
the campus of the Bethune-Cook-
man College, he met religiou.-
and took it to his church where
he lighted a large master candle
with it.
Later that evening at the pre-
Hebrew High School Has
Total Enrollment Of 25
Twenty-five students are now
midnight Christmas sen-ice which'enrolled in the Hebrew Hig
he conducted in his church, Dr.| school being conducted by the
Hanger emphasized the fact that Bureau of Jewish Education. Boys
the Christian religion, at its birth.'and girls attending the Hebrew
received its flame of light and High school are graduates of local
inspiration from Judaism. With Jewish schools or have equivalent
equal emphasis he pointed to the education. Purpose of the Si
fact that in our day. the Chanuka is to encourage young students I
norah and the Christmas can-1 continue their Jewish education
dies should blaze forth to the
world a lesson of Christian-Jew-
ish brotherhood.
Then all the lights of the church
were extinguished and each wor-
shipper was invited to come for-
on a secondary school lev.
present there are three branches
of the high school located at Beth
David. Beth El and the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Hyrr.an Pomerantz of the Bu-
Hadassah to Hold
\livah Luiu'lipon
M.,* i, nard Barr, V uth
Aliyah chairman of th
Beac- Croup of Hadassah, an-
es that the ann
,n meeting
held Monday I
Copa City with Mrs. B. G
lent pi
. th. '
will be Mrs R bert Berg I Park-
chester.N V M >s a mem-
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committee of Hada
man of the Bronx Zioni E
encv Council, is ai
porter of V: and h
cupied regional and 1 I post
c (vi r practically i very Ha
She was
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v.; 1 to kindle a small candle pro- reau of Jewjsh Education 13 thl.
vided for him from the lieht of the
master candle. "Take this candle
homo with you." said Dr. Hanger,
"and remember that as Christian-
itv was taken from the flame of
Judaism "in ancient days and as
this very flame in your hand was
originally kindled in the Jewish
Temple, so must there be the
spirit of love for one another in
the heart of Christian and Jew
today."
teacher.
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Births
The following births were an-
ncunced during the week:
A boy, Edward, to the Emanut"
Shinoffs, P21 Jefferson Aw Mi
ami Beac!-..
A girl. Ingrid. to the William
Feldmans. 1380 S.W. 20th SI
A boy, Brian, to the Jack Li
vines, 340 Tamiami Blvd.
A girl, Lois Ann, to the Jessii
Sea Gull Celebrates
Joe Di Maggio Day
Wednesday was Joe Di Maggio *??> 4J,94 NW; 3rd St.
Day at the Sea Gull Cabana Club. WA bo* ?*V|n' to .** Morris
operated by the Evans family.
Highlight of the clay was the
Kidciie Bout Classic in which
local tots donned boxing gloves.'
for exhibition bouts refereed by'
Di Maggio and announced by Don
Dunphy of Madison Square Gar-
den fame. Serving as judges were
such sports notables as Gene;Slated For Monday
Sarazen. Jimmv Farrell. Tommv u'
Worunos, 975 S.W. 2nd St.
A boy, Lawrence, to the Joel
Newmans, 608 W. 51st St., Miami
Beach.
A girl. Donna, to the Arron
Weinsteins, 6300 S.W. loth T
Hadassah Meeting Is
Thompson and Bob Hannegan.
owner of the St. Louis Cardinals.
A cocktail party in honor of
Di Maggio was held after the
kiddie bouts.
Dr. Kaplan To Speak
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be
guest speaker at the 25th anni-
versary celebration of Temple Is-
rael of West Palm Beach Mon-
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Dr. Micholson To
Address Zionist
Lanehoon Dr. Donald D. Michelson, di-
rector of Hillcl Foundation, Uni-
versity Of Miami, will speak on
the topic, "Zionism and the Amer-
ican College." at the Luncheon
Club of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, Wednesday at 12:15 at
the National Hotel, Harold Shapi-
ro, chairman, announced.
Before coming to Miami to as-
sume his present duties with the
Hillel Foundation, Dr. Michelson
W*S professor of history at
George Peabody College, head of
the department of social sciences
at Tennessee State College and di-
rector of religious education at
the Vine Street Temple in Nash-
ville, Tennecssee, where he
worked under Rabbi Julius Marks,
who is now the senior rabbi at
Temple Emanu-El in New York.
Prof. Goldwag Addresses
Chiropodists, Pharmacists
Professor Harry L. Goldwag of
the Long Island University Col-
lege of Podiatry addressed a joint
meeting of the chiropodists and
pharmacists of Dado County last
right in the Doctors1 Lounge 420
Lincoln Road
several
Noted Artists Return
From Trip Abroad
To Appear At Plaza
Beginning a five day engage-
ment at the Plaza Theatre, Miami
Beach, Irving Grossman and
Diana Goldberg, Yiddish vaude-
ville stars will appear on January
12. Miss Goldberg, who is known
as the Betty Hutton of the Jew-
ish theatre, and Mr. Grossman,
noted for his interpretation of
operatic roles, have just returned
from a successful engagement in
London. The feature presentation
will star Isidor Basher, Lazar
Freed and Chaim Tauber in the
Yiddish motion picture "Jewish
Melody," with music by Sholom
Secunda.
Israelite Center
Granted Charter
The Israelite Center of Miami,
which has been meeting tem-
porarily at 3346 S.W. 24th St.,
was chartered Monday as a non-
profit corporation by Circuit
Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart.
H. Gross, president, announced
that the group had bought a build-
ing site of six lots on S.W. 24th
Terr, near 32nd Ave. for a syna-
gogue and community center.
Named in the charter as officers
Scroll Of Torah
To Be Given To
Hebrew Academy
A scroll of the Torah will be
presented to the Hebrew Aca-
demy Sunday evening, January
16, it was announced by Dr. David
S. Andron, president.
This scroll is the gift of Mr.
and Mrs. Isador Goldman of 539
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, and
is being presented to signalize the
progress of one of the classes of
the academy which has been able
during the brief period of only
\Vt years to undertake the study
of the Bible from its original
source and its various comment-
aries.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the
Beth Jacob Congregation will de-
liver the address of the evening,
and Cantor Maurice Mamches of
the Beth David Congregation will
present a musical program. Dr.
David S. Andron will preside.
Many distinguished guests re-
presenting the various congrega-
tions and communal organizations
of Greater Miami are expected to
be present.
Members and friends of the
Hebrew Academy and all the resi-
dents of the community are in-
vited to attend this event.
Dr. GoldwaR discussed
ii* the newer type drufis used by 1 dermtftoloKists and physicians forjwith Gross were Irving Sperling
the treatment of ulcers der- ano< Jacob Brown, vice presidents;
Samuel L. Cohen, treasurer; Mrs.
der
matitis, various types of infec-
tions and athlete's foot conditions.
Some of ti.e.--e drugs were pectin,
urea, germicides, fungus remedies
and topical local anaesthetics.
Dr. Goldwag is a doctor of
pharmacy and a doctor of chiro-
pt-dy-
Esther Anna Cohen, recording
secretary; Mrs. Mary Pearl, fi-
nancial secretary; M. Schenkman,
corresponding secretary.
The Sisterhood, headed by Mrs.
Sperling, was active in organiz-
ing the new Jewish center.
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J. G. WITMER
Bergman Will Address
Habonim Wednesday
Robert Bergman, director of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, will
address a meeting of Habonim,
Labor Zionist youth group, Wed-
nesday night at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, 1450
Euclid Ave. Bergman, who is a
former leader of Habonim in Cin-
cinnati, will speak on political
parties in Israel.
Last Wednesday the meeting
was devoted to a discussion and
interpretation of the new Israeli
constitution. Ben Fogel, president
of the Noar group of Habonim,
vas speaker. Songs and dances
followed.
Weekly meetings of the organ-
ization are held each Wednesday
night at the Miami Beach Jewish
C and women between the ages of
18 and 30 are invited to attetnd.
A new high school Habonim
group has been organized and is
holding weekly meetings Sunday
at 7:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Community Center. Boys and
girls from 14 to 18 are invited to
attend.

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^wiislh-JEIIiOiPiidliigun VOLUME 22—NUMBER 1 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA.FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Britain Is Suspected Of Aiming To Wage War Against Israel Miami Beach Acquires Quit Claim Deed Of Nautilus, Mt. Sinai Takes Over Acquisition of the Nautilus Hotel by the City of Miami Beach from the federal government became a reality Wednesday with the transfer of the quit claim deed from the WAA. In return, the city has paid $9,407.42 to the WAA for "external administrative expense" in acquiring the properly. The city will be reimbursed for this amount by the Mt. Sinai Hospital Corp. which has already signed agreements with the city council for operation of the hospital facilities. Conversion of the hotel to a non-profit, non-sectarian general hospital will require at least four to six months time and will cost an estimated $200,000 to $300,000 officials of the Mt. Sinai Corp. estimated this week. The estimates were based on a preliminary survey conducted last week by Dr. Herman Smith, nationally known hospital consultant, who has been retained to plan development of the hospital. Dr. Smith, former administrator of the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, returned to that city last weekend to draft plans for the hospital conversion. In accordance with the terms of an agreement-signed with the federal government, officials said that interior cleanup and repair work began yesterday and exterior work will begin today. "Wherever poefiible," Lionel Silverman, executive secretary of the Mt. Sinai group, said, "the facilities and general plan used by the army medical corps will be used in the existing building." As soon as the existing structures are in use, plans will get under way for construction of a new hospital building on Collins Island adjoining the sitet. When completed, the hospital project will include the most modern medical facilities in the state. Long-range plans now being considered call for a 100-bed hospital in the present hotel building within the year. The hospital corporation is also bound to construct a five-story 300-bed hospital on Collins Island for acute cases, at least two stories of this building to house 120 additional beds as soon as practical. The Johns Island site will be used as a health center for convalescents and a rehabilitation area for polio and spastic patients, Silverman said. For funds, Mt. Sinai will use over $2,000,000 raised in a campaign in 1946 and "will probably conduct another campaign for additional funds which will surely be needed," Silverman stated. Present property consists of a 197-room hotel and auxiliary building including garage, servants quarters, former officers' dormitory, cafeteria, tea house, tennis court house on the mainland; lockers and shower building, 52 cabanas and a swimming pool on Johns Island; 19 single family villas and a broadcasting station on Collins Island. UN Orders Cease Fire In Negev Area, Truce Seen Near New DP Immigration Bill Introduced In Congress This Week WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The first new Displaced Persons Bill, designed to eliminate the discriminatory and unworkable features in the present DP law reached the floor of Congress this week on the opening of the new session. It was introduced in the House by Rep. Francis A. Walter, Pennsylvania Democrat. It calls for taising the number of those admissible from 205,000 to 400,000, changes the admissibility date from Dec. 22, 1945 to April 21,1 1947, and eliminates priority requirements that 40 percent of those to be admitted be Baits and 30 percent be farmers. An identical bill will be intro', duced in the Senate, probably on Wednesday, by Senate Majority Whip Francis J. Myers of Pennsylvania, his office said. PARIS, (JTA)—The United Nations Security Council adopted a British resolution calling on the Israelis and Egyptians to put into effect a new cease-fire in the Negev and to implement without further delay the Council's November 4 resolution calling for Jewish forces from the Negev to the withdrawal of both Arab and positions held on October 14. The order of Dec. 29 may be honored soon following a meetof the Israel cabinet on Wednesday evening. The ministers, whose troops have wound up a three-day invasion strike into Egypt, decided lo accept the order, it was reported with official acceptance expected momentarity. The vote on the British resolution as a whole was eight to zero, with three abstentions — the United States, the Soviet Union and the Ukraine. On the preamble, which Soviet delegate Yacov Malik supported, only the United States abstained. The orginal resolution submitted by the British was amended at the suggestion of France and Egypt before the final text was adopted. The resolution provides for the Security Council to do the following: 1. Call on the governments concerned in the Negev fighting to order an immediate cease-fire, and to implement without further delay the Council resolution of November 4 and the instructions issued by the acting mediator in accordance with that resolution. 2. Urge the governments concerned to allow and facilitate complete supervision of the truce by United Nations observers. 3. Instruct the seven-nation Council sub-committee, which was appointed on November 4 to aid the mediator in implementing the Negev withdrawal order, to meet Friday at Lake Success to consider the situation in southern Palestine. to wage a major war against Israel, under the pretext that Israeli troops have entered Egyptian territory. A high government source said Britain might ask the United Nations security council to^ lift its embargo on arms shipments to Arab countries if Israeli patrol action on the Egyptian border continues. Declaring that Israel "has no territorial ambitions," the spokesman said that Israeli military activities in the Negev are "prompted solely by the effort to smash Egyptian aggression and secure the integrity of Israel's frontiers." Israeli troops have penetrated 60 miles into Egypt, carried out extensive demolitions, captured a quantity of war material and have withdrawn to Palestine after three days, an Israeli spokesman said Wednesday. Egyptian military sources in Cairo reported, however, that fighting on the Palestine side of the border, described as the biggest engagement of the war, raged on. They said Jewish troops were attacking repeatedly and asserted the Israelis were trying to cross into Egypt but were being repulsed. The Israeli spokesman said the Jewish troops raced through the Sinai desert, destroying communications, demolishing installations and raising general havoc. It was indicated that the drive carried the Israeli forces within about 70 miles of the Suez canal, Britain's lifeline to southeast Asia and Australia. "In the last few days," he stated, "the British Foreign Office has been extremely active on the diplomatic front, exerting the heaviest pressure on the United States to intervene to save the Egyptians from the results of the folly of their aggression. There has also been British military activity with British reconaissance planes, according to a British Foreign Office spokesman, 'active TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Israeli government may charge Britain before the U.N. Security Council with being an active ally of the Arabs in the Palestine war, it was indicated here this week by an Israeli spokesman. He emphasized that the latest British diplomatic and political activities tend to show that Britain is apparently aiming over Israel's positions in the battle areas.' "I don't know whether this military and diplomatic activity which the British press described in the gravest terms—suggesting the imminence of an Anglo-Israeli war —has the approval of the Egyptian government. I have seen that the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936 has been widely quoted by the diplomatic correspondents of the British newspapers. "There was," the spokesman added, "a familiar ring about all their pieces on the gravity of the warning by Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, carried by Ambassador Oliver Franks to Under-Secretary Robert A. Lovett at Washington, which stated bluntly that Britain was prepared to extend help to Egypt to the point of war with Israel. We are not unmindful of this high compliment to Israel's Defense Army, but I think I must place on record the fact that this pressure puts Britain completely out of court as an objective, impartial member of the United Nations, seeking to produce peace and stability in the Middle East. Israel Food Drive Extended To Jan. 15 The Food for Israel Committee of the Miami Zionist District, under the chairmanship of Ben Zion Ginsburg, unanimously agreed to continue the drive until January 15 after receiving a wire from the New York headquarters urgently requesting that efforts be doubled so that the goal may be reached. All Zionist members and friends of Israel are urged to volunteer their services for the all-out drive which is continuing in order to bring this community over the top. It is requested that volunteers phone the Zionist office at 58-4643 to enroll their services. Miamians Leave for Inspection Tour of Israel Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Leon Kronish and William D. Singer, chairman of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, will leave tomorrow night for a two-week inspection tour of the State of Israel. Last year the Greater Miami William D. Singer Jewish Federation sent a delegation composed of Max Orovitz, Mrs. Monte Selig and Rabbi Irving Lehrman to visit DP camps and make a similar tour of Palestine. According to Jacob H. Sher, president of the Federation, their reports and impressions stimulated the interest of the community in the plight of the Jews overseas and contributed materially to the success of the 1948 campaign. This" year on the threshhold of a new campaign, Chairman Singer announced that he wanted to see for himself what has developed in Israel during the last twelve months and on the basis of his findings to do a better job in leading the appeal. He therefore decided to make the trip at his own expense. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Kronish agreed to accompany him. For Rabbi Shapiro the trip is a gift of the Beth David Congregation in appreciation of his sixteen years of service as spiritual leader, Murray Cohen, president, announced. The Temple Beth Sholom membership is likewise financing Rabbi Kronish's trip. Board members of both congregations agreed that sending the rabbis would enable them to take significant leadership in the 1949 campaign and the synagogues would thus be doing their share in the appeal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Morris Klass, executive director of the Federation, announced that a resolution officially delegating Rabbi Shapiro, Rabbi Kronish and Singer as Israel representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish community would be passed at the final campaign cabinet meeting slated for noon today. Tonight after late Sabbath evening services a farewell reception will be held in honor of Rabbi Shapiro at the Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Kronish will receive the sendoff of his congregation tonight at an Oneg Shabbat at the Temple Beth Sholom and Singer will receive an official farewell at a reception at Temple Israel. The delegates will travel to Israel and return by plane. They will leave here tomorrow night and remain in New York for the night. On Sunday at noon they will board a plane for Paris and will arrive in the French capital the following morning at 8:30. They will depart from Paris Tuesday afternoon at 3:35 and arrive at Lydda in Israel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. They will remain in Israel for an intensive tour of inspection until January 25 when they leave for Paris. The group will arrive in New York January 27. Plans are under way to make recordings of the group's interviews with Israeli notables such as President Chaim Weizman and Prime Minister Ben Gurion. Rabbi Max Shapiro



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>AY, JANUARY 7, 1949 +Je*lsti fhrldlfan PAGE THREE [77/ Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFT e Christmas Tree fceaking to a lady, who perhaps the reft ^pd at one time have entered a ,ty contest, but never a brain I was treated to this vigfe. "Chanuka and Christmas Id be jointly celebrated as a re of good will towards our hbors." She probably heard from the type of Rabbi whose %  ftions contain more about Mus than Mosc*. When I asked Bethcr Chanuka candles should W removed from the Menorah H| hung on the Christmas tree to Btune of Peace on Earth, Good to Christians and Jews, she ered brightly, "Why, yes." stmas Tree Jews Mr. Gallup should investigate matter, his survey would, I %  t sure, disclose that Christmas s are set up in the homes of h Jews who keep away from Temple on Yom Kippur; who jer to other Jews as kikes; who (ickly, are bent on turning to istian Science; who permit s and sneers about Jews and aism in their homes, yet are nished and grieved when their dren marry in church; who se to contribute to the United ish Appeal; who send Christcards to other Jews; who er extended the slightest aid Jewish victims of Hitler yet eager to help the Red Cross bundles for Britain; who e members of the American ncil for Judaism, Inc.; whose lish accent is atrocious, yet %  feet ignorance of Yiddish; who •hange their names from Cohen to Curtis; who send their children H Ethical Culture schools; who object strenuously to the teaching B^ Hebrew in Sunday Schools; Ulio Sag if forced on occasions to eat Kosher meat; who say that Jews should not run for public office; who seek admittance to hotels which flaunt on their masthead the legend, restricted clientele; who, though professed theigts, join the Unitarian Church; who weep over the sorrows of displaced Arabs; who complain that too many Jews are intellectuals and crowd the professions, yet send their sons to Harvard and their daughters to Wellesley; who boast that no one takes them for Jews; who advocate the transfer of the Sabbath service to Sunday; who turn off the radio when a Jewish program comes on; who have never lifted a finger to help build the State of Israel; who chime in when anti-Semites slander Jews; who are horrified when British officers in Palestine were retaliation horsewhipped by Rabbi April Begins Forums Tonight Rabbi Simon April will open his Friday evening forum series tonight at 8:15 at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation with "Loyalties" as his topic. Rabbi April studied in Russia and Poland and graduated from the Yehudi Merker Seminary in Berlin in 1926. He held a pulpit for five years in East Liverpool, Ohio, and was given a life posi> tion in Butler, Pennsylvania. The rabbi served in Pennsylvania for twelve years when his health compelled him to come to Miami. Rabbi April has been a local resident for five years and has been spiritual leader of the Miami HeHIAS Tourist Committee To Give Annual Banquet Joseph L. Tepper, chairman of the HIAS Peoples Tourist Committee of Greater Miami, announces that the organization's annual banquet will take place Sunday, February 6, at 7:30 p.m.at the Victor Hotel. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, who are giving the banquet in memory of their son, Victor. The program will include Cantor Maurice Mamches, Anna Grossberg and Anyuta Melicov. Reservations may be obtained by calling the Victor. Rabbi Simon April loved by communal singing led ; AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Luto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami in Jews; who profess to have no interest in Jewish problems; who never attend a Sedar on Passover Eve; who prate about double loyalties when Medinas Israel is mentioned. Christian Symbolism Lest I be called a downright bigot, let me explain: The lit up Christmas tree, hung with gifts brought by the genial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful a celebration as ever has been devised. A symbol of generosity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at its best. As a ceremonial, we can admire its spirit of good cheer, benevolence and charity just as the Jewish artist can revere the perfections of Raphael's Madonnas, or the power and sweep of the vast panorama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo. Some of us feel the deepest religious emotions when we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would any one advocate placa Mondonna in a synagogue? Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on Yom Kippur? The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that opens the day commemorating the birth of the Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing such carols as "Hail! Oh Hail! Oh, Glorious Morn, Christ the Prince of Peace is Born." Now what possible place can this most religious of Christian celebrations have in a Jewish home? There is something ignorant, superficial or downright dishonest in appropriating the holiest experiences of another religion. It is vulgar to imitate the passion in a strange ritual, without feeling the genuine emotion wrapped therein. Our regard for the Christmas tree should in no way differ from cur attitude towards the religion of our neighbors. We consider Christianity a noble, uplifting faith that makes for progress, humanity and civilization. How can we take any other view since that faith is derived largely from our own Torah? Our respect for Christianity is best summed up in the answer the Rabbi gives to a Christian who expresses a wish tc c mbrace Judaism. "Why should you change? Your religion is excellent. If you observe it sincerely, you will enter the kingdom of God. Stay where you are and you will be much happier!" Judaism Our historic position has always been that Christianity, though enormously beneficial to other brew School and Congregation by CantQr Berele Kelemer Re since it was organized three years ago. freshments will be served. The Rabbi April's talk will be folpublic is invited to attend. Kdwinn To Sing Role In Aida* Frank Edwinn, young Miami Beach basso, will make his operatic debut before Greater Miami audiences in an important role in the Miami Opera Guild's "Aida" to be presented in the Miami High school auditorium January 15, 17, 18 and 22. Edwinn will appear in the company of such distinguished Metropolitan stars as Marjorie Lawrence Nicola Moscona and Frederick Jagel plus Ivan Petroff and Selma Kaye. The young singer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg, 151 Collins Ave. Lift Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. 907 Blacayne Bldg. Ph. S-W6 or 4-9981 See or phone ma for yaur LIFE INSURANCE NUDI SHARE APARTMENT OR RENT SEPARATE ROOM 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. Louis Marcus Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Marcus, 4520 Alton Road, Miami Beach, will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday in Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. peoples, has no .v.essage for us. Our own faith was old and respected before the birth of Jesus. It; litual is equipped to serve us completely, from the cradle to the grave. The inspiration of our purest spirits conceived it. The labors of our best minds have deeloped its theology as well as its way of life. The faith that has grown out of our history and traditions best fits our national character, molded by the vicissitudes of thousands of years. We are not ready to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our peculiar genius, our own contribution to world's culture. The Christmas tree like the cross is a noble symbol of Christianity. 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I PAGE FOURTEEN Rabbi And Minister Participate In Chanuka Services A new ceremonial intended to svmbolize the brotherhood of Christians and Jews was enacted on December 24 by Dr. Marius Panson. rabbi of Temple EmanuEl of Fort Lauderdale and the Pev. John H. Hanger, minister s a memN V committee of Hada man of the Bronx Zioni E encv Council, is ai porter of V: %  and h cupied regional and 1 I post c (vi r practically i very Ha • She was at Bo.-: n Univi rsity and '•'• %  %  tended Hel %  w T< achers' C in Boston. Mrs. Ben Z. Ginsbu man. will | panied I • %  • A:%  %  • %  %  Mrs. Alfn I Stone 'How Can I Tell It?" FRIDAY JANUARY 7, Triton Hotel Dining R 0 om On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St lull Course Dinner§ Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Friths Music Phone 5-8651 v.; 1 to kindle a small candle proreau of Jewjsh Education 13 thl vided for him from the lieht of the master candle. "Take this candle homo with you." said Dr. Hanger, "and remember that as Christianitv was taken from the flame of Judaism "in ancient days and as this very flame in your hand was originally kindled in the Jewish Temple, so must there be the spirit of love for one another in the heart of Christian and Jew today." teacher. 3-5858. For information call Births The following births were anncunced during the week: A boy, Edward, to the Emanut" Shinoffs, P21 Jefferson Aw Mi ami Beac!-.. A girl. Ingrid. to the William Feldmans. 1380 S.W. 20th SI A boy, Brian, to the Jack Li vines, 340 Tamiami Blvd. A girl, Lois Ann, to the Jessii Sea Gull Celebrates Joe Di Maggio Day Wednesday was Joe Di Maggio *??> 4 J, 94 NW ; 3rd St. Day at the Sea Gull Cabana Club. W A bo ?* V | n to .**• Morris operated by the Evans family. Highlight of the clay was the Kidciie Bout Classic in which local tots donned boxing gloves.' for exhibition bouts refereed by' Di Maggio and announced by Don Dunphy of Madison Square Garden fame. Serving as judges were such sports notables as Gene; S lated For Monday Sarazen. Jimmv Farrell. Tommv „ u Worunos, 975 S.W. 2nd St. A boy, Lawrence, to the Joel Newmans, 608 W. 51st St., Miami Beach. A girl. Donna, to the Arron Weinsteins, 6300 S.W. loth T Hadassah Meeting Is Thompson and Bob Hannegan. owner of the St. Louis Cardinals. A cocktail party in honor of Di Maggio was held after the kiddie bouts. Dr. Kaplan To Speak Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be guest speaker at the 25th anniversary celebration of Temple Israel of West Palm Beach Monday, January 10. D. ROSNER Management th Guest speakers at the next regular meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah to be held on M day at 1:30 p.m. at the Mian i V will be Elaine Sachs, representing Junior Hadassah; Hv Staimin of Masada: Gilbert Rozian froIntercollegiate Zionist Federation of America; Joe Pardo chairman of the Young Judea Lead council. Palestinian records will be played following the speeches. Dietary Laws Phone 5-0041 on the beach at 12th Street miAmi BEACH, FLORIDA 1 TABLE PADS HEAT-PROOF, WATERPROOF. GUARANTEED Produced In Miami CALL 5-4360 For Courteous, Efficient, Colorful and Inexpensive 2-DAY SERVICE Our agents will bring samples and measure your tables ^. T 1807PURDY^ SLR.FIT TABLE PAD CO. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS You may obtain your copy of "SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by IMC JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA, Price S2.Z0 A L re< ve th. ici C ] Di th ro st H w G tt a r< tl v v i 1 £o$Uo WANTED LOAD OH PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipment* WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 his violin — his orchestra Limited engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366 *%***>*v****%\\\\*> ZS22ZZZ22 %  %  % %  • %  % %  % %  • %  •*•*•* %  %  %  *"--** ttttt ITffF % % % % %  % % %  v.mimmmwwu-.v.v T' WILNO KOMI i it MEAT I'KOIH ITS DISTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FINEST AND BEST KNOWN NATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS Managed by 1725 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONES 3-0021. 2-6141 and 26142 3—UOUA MOUJL 50 Featured Entertainers SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6 6:30 TO 10 P. M. DINNER KEY AUDITORIUM COMING HORACE HEIDT BROADCAST 222K.7W B Y MAIL W RITE: to North Miamfn! Cks and Mon8 Y Order, Payabl. -*=SfHS,?* a nd enel ""REs raV ED T,CKETS N SALE AT BURDINE'S SEATS 3.C5 T" GENERAL Mm "••^ '" %  ADMISSION 2.60 Proceed! to Boys' Work Tax Inc.



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>AY, JANUARY 7, 1949 +Jewlsti FlcrSdUan PAGE ELEVEN NEW SETTLEMENT FOUNDED IN ISRAEL IN HONOR OF MORGENTHAU AS TRIBUTE TO HIS LEADERSHIP OF UNITED JEWISH APPEAL Keneseth Israel Holds Chanuka Celebration Keneseth Israel, newly organized Miami Beach orthodox congregation, held a Chanuka celeLiation at the Helene Hotel Thursday, December 30. Max Matthew spoke and suggested that the permanent place of worship, when it is announced, he called the Jewish Shul. Communal singing followed the talk. The group is holding services temporarily at the Helene but a permanent place will be announced in the near future. Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. general chairman of the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal, was honored during hit recent trip to Israel when the people of the Jewish State named one of their newest settlements after him. The settlement, called "Tal Schachar," Hebrew translation of Morgenthau and meaning "Dew of th Morning." lies in the Judean Hills astride the "Burma Road" linking Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. It was founded by veterans of the Israeli Army. The dedication ceremonies, seen in these photos, shows (top) Mr. Morgenthau and Dr. Weizmann arriving at the settlement with an honored guard of Israeli soldiers; (bottom left). Mr. Morgenthau planting the settlement's first tree; and (bottom, right). Tal Schachar's first settlers erecting their homes soon after the ceremonies were concluded. >or Zionists To Meet z.onist Organization of America,, Zionist Youth Commission Poale Zion, will meet Tuesday at A. Z. Gordon group of the Labor k : 30 p. m a t the Miami Y. wplete and jbependaMe cTi//e S&irice I AM I TITLE & (frstract Co. TIMS OF TITLE SERVICE IH DUDE C0OHTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE IN SURAN CE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS OFFER US MANY ADVANTAGES Current Dividend 2 % per Annum. Your savings insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (Husband and Wife may have $15,000 insured). •k Conveniently located in downtown Miami. Alert, friendly officers and personnel anxious to welcome you and to serve you. RESOURCES EXCEED $22,000,000.00 a Special Dime Bank at Dade Federal! Get yours • it's free! %  AND LOAN ASSOCIATION # OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON. PrniJtnl FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE To Meet Tuesday Night Dr. E. J. Edelman, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, announced that a meeting of the Youth Commission will be held on. Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Reports from the advisors appointed by the commission to the General Zionist youth groups meeting under the auspices of the commission will be made. Youth groups now meeting in Greater Miami are Miami Jr. Hadassah, Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah, Miami Masada, Miami Beach Masada and I.Z.F.A. (the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America) and 12 Young Judaea clubs. For further information about these groups call Miss Hochman, secretary of the Zionist Youth Commission, at 58-4643. Sunshine Rebekah Lodge Installs New Officers Installation of the newly elected officers of Sunshine Rebekah Lodge took place Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Officers who were installed include: Beatrice Cole, noble grand: Charlotte Weisman, vice grand; Belle Spevak, recording secretary; Gertrude Kass, financial secretary; Jean Hart, treasurer. Appointed officers were: Helen Cohen, Lena Guerino, Sonia Roseman, Ruth Kleiner, Sarah Liebowitz, Mary Kassell, Henrietta Grossman, Florence Brooks, Anna Bergson, Pauline Pfferman, Mynn Gilbert, Lila Myers, Yetta Fietel, Beatrice Jacobs, Ida Orenstein, Rose Campus, Florence Korn, Bessie Cohen and Sarah Theodore. Histadruth To Meet Second in the series of Sunday afternoon meetings of Histadruth LTarbuth Ivrith will be held from 3 to 5 Sunday at the Spinoza Forum, 11th St. and Collins Ave. The meetings, conducted entirely in Hebrew, are open to the public. 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, "In the Land of the Sky," Hen^rsonville, N. C. • 2500 feet elevation • Capable seasoned staff • Resident Physician and Nurse Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 To Q^ A *?. DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripiire ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5e 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plus Bottle Deposit PHONE 2-4128 %  Everything for the Motos'tst Your Smooth Tires have more TRADE-IN Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire' $2.00 down puts a new SEIBERLING| on your carl Balance $1.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station // 1 / /' s^WjCV MINE <£&*£ >if* 101 S.W. 1st STREET 5327 H. MIAMf AVE. 945 FIFTH ST. M. B. 3539 N. W. 17th AVE. 1840 ALTON RD. M. B. Electrical Appliances for the Home ^ § TOUBY PAINTING CORP. mm MwmmmmmuA



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IY, JANUARY 7, 1949 let Schwartzmcm Erwin Frenkil marriage of Harriet tzman and Erwin B. was solemnized Novemat the Sheraton-Belvedere Baltimore, Md. bride, the daughter of Mr. rs. Henry N. Schwartzman, -Jewish nurktom PAGE NINE Han Creek Drive, Miami is a graduate of Miami [igh and attended the UniMiami, where she was er of Alpha Epsilon Phi M Jrenkil is the son of Mrs. fcenkil and the late Samuel ftkil of Baltimore. He is a %  at Johns Hopkins Unifcvhcre he is active in Phi B>elta fraternity. tine Schwartzman, the maid %  r, was her sister's only Jit. David Greenberg _BS best man. |a honeymoon in New the Frenkils are residing at fc-chester Road, Baltimore. Bth will continue their %  at Johns Hopkins. KIT LONELINESS HMD HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Ave., Room 601 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. VflRITE P. O. BOX 34S m ihincjoiqi : IT. H BWDDi tOAO OPf.f 10;, MIAMI KACH ^NDAYII Tomorrow GB1 I Starts fOMORROW %  %  ng drama of %  men battling foi empire • Khe love of a %  woman! %  Color by TJ&HNICOLOR "Man From Colorado %  ltnn Ford lUliam Holden JSllen Drew II GalAT Personally Speaking .. ... M r ^ Mrs A e Hirshhorn and daughters, Phyllis and Vivian, are houseguests of Mrs. Hirshhorn's brother and sistetrui-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, 2601 S.W. 2nd Ave. The Misses Selma and Naomi Susman, Daytona Beach, have been houseguests of Miss Ada Goldberg, 2970 S.W. 17th St. World travelers and art collectors, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Epstein, have returned from St. Louis. Mo. and are now in their Miami Shores home at 9350 N.E. 9th Ave. They v/Ul remain here for six months. Larry J. Rubin, a sophomore at Emory University, returned to his classes last weekend after visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin, Miami Beach. A group of friends honored Larry at a party during his stay. Celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a dinner party at the Blackstone Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Knaster, 1003 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Guests included Dr. and Mrs. Simon H. Ebenstein, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Ehrlich, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Teschner, all Miami Beach residents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Tampa spent the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Sophie Rosenthal, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave. While in Miami the visitors attended the Orange Bowl game which was of special interest since Mr. Cohen is a former resident of Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave., announce the birth of a girl Sunday, January 2, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Miss Shirley Slatf of Tampa was the holiday houseguest of the Misses Doris and Romesa Rosenthal, 1502 N.E. 1st Ave. Rabbi Chaim Meskin, spiritual leader of the Congregation of Young Israel of Sunnyside, Long Island, is visiting his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster, 251 S.W. 18th Ct. Mr. an Mrs. Sol Stokols, 2810 S.W. 7th St., are entertaining as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman of Chicago and their sons, Jerry and David. Mrs. Feldman is Mrs. Stokols' sister. While here, the visitors from the Windy City helped celebrate the birthday of Daniel Stokols, who was one year old on New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont, 740 S.W. 7th St., have as their guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin, and her sister, Mrs. Hyman Bebergal, and daughter Sheran Joy, all of Charleston, S. C. The Charlestonians are here to see Edwin Stephen, the Pont's new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach, are vacationing at the Hotel Governor Clinton in New York until February 5, when they will make an extensive motor tour of the South. During the trip the Dreyfuses will visit their daughter, Mrs. Thomas G. Hall in Bryan, Texas. + + Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, 4451 S.W. 1st St., are hosts to Mrs. Adelman's mother, Mrs. M. Klugman of Savannah, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein of Bethlehem, Pa., and children. Earl and Rhonda, are the guests of Mrs. Pallot's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot, 136 N.W. 15th Ave. Jacob Schachter, conductor of the Jewish Musical Hour over WBAY, left this week for New York to attend the wedding of his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg of Louisville, Kentucky, and children, Marilyn and Gilbert, were the holiday houseguests of Mrs. Goldberg's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher, 2100 S.W. 16th Terr. Sidney H. Palmer is attending a tri-state convention of monument dealers in Montgomery, Ala. + •* + Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and Mrs. Helene Silver, state president of the B'nai B'rtth Women, will attend the executive meeting of B'nai B'rith District No. 5 in Tampa tomorrow arid Sunday. 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1/7 Gilbert Balkin ilkin Succeeds Talianoff As >rida Regional ADL Director lbert J. Balkin has been apted director of the Florida jnal Office of the Anti-De)ition League of B'nai B'rith, as been announced by BenIt. Epstein, ADL national rtor. r. Balkin will take over the ida office, succeeding George talianoff, who is resigning to private law practice. He has ed as associate director of the rid a office for three and a half rior to joining the Anti-Deiticn League, Mr. Balkin was smber of the president's comtec on Fair Employment Pracg, with special duties involvproblems of racial and remits discrimination in the th. He also served with the 5. Department of Labor as a |onal supervisor in New Ors, La., and Birmingham, Ala. native of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. fin is an honor graduate of shington University, with postjate study in sociology and ^lic administration at Washton University and the UniBity of Cincinnati. Together his wife and daughter, Joan Brty, he resides at 624 86th St., li Beach. Mr. Balkin is a iber of the Miami Beach JewCenter, and secretary of the Iter's Men's Club. Ir. Balkin will atend the Fifth trict B'nai B'rith executive imittee meeting in Tampa Satlay through Monday. In coration with Alex Miller, ADL Itheastern director, Atlanta, Balkin will participate in a lei presentation of ADL proiming in Florida and the ith for the combatting of atry and improvement of hum| relations. following the Tampa executive eting, Mr. Balkin and Alex ler, will address "ADL Night" Btings of Sarasota and LakeB'nai B'rith Lodges. Miami Y To Hold Forum Monday The Miami YM-YWHA monthly forum will be held Monday evening at the Y building, Leo Scheiner, forum chairman, announced. Topic for discussion will be "What Role Should the American Jew Play in the Community." Rabbi Murray Grauer, will act as moderator and participants in the program will be: Dr. David Prensky, who is active in the American Veterans Committee; Herbert U. Feibelman, attorney and former president of Temple Smd; and the Rev. Joseph Barth of the Unitarian Church. The YMHA forums are one of the many public service features of the organization and have met with an enthusiastic response from the public, Chairman Scheiner stated. There is no admission charge and the public is invited. SUNRMPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB ROT. COWVALESCEMC* AND cmomc CUM warn m aooskCT !> %  -VY JO~ COUT Rabbi Zwitman To Discuss Israeli Constitution Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman has announced that he will discuss the Israeli constitution on Friday evening, January 14, af Temple Israel. After an outline and summary of the 80 articles of the new constitution, he will analyze the new document in reference to the American constitution, as well as to the ancient biblical law and the Jewish codes of the past. Rabbi Zwitman stated that since the constitution was prepared by a committee of seven headed by Dr. Leo Kohn of the Israeli government and composed of representatives from major Israeli political parties, and since both President Weizman and Prime Minister Ben Gurion have issued the proposed constitution to be released internationally, he believes that t(he proposed constitution will be ratified by the people and approved by the constitutional assembly to be held in Israel after the elections on January 25. Few, if any, changes will be made in the present draft, the rabbi predicts. Couple To Celebrate Golden Wedding Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary tomorrow morning at kiddush at the Beth Tfilah Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe are long-time residents of Miami Beach and have been active in civic and religious organizations. IS MST IN K( & VMS MST IN KOSHBM POOD* 1141 Washington Ave. Miami ladl NOW AIR CONDITIONED Full Course Dinners from $1.25 Special Delicatessen Platters Sandwiches Luncheon Kishka • Knishes Strudel Kosher Buffet Tray Service To Your Home We Retail Delicatessen Amvet Post To Hold Installation Dinner Robert Richter Post No. 11 of Amvets will hold an installation banquet Sunday evening at 6:30 at the Shelborne Hotel, Nat Pollack, commander, announces. Principal speakers will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who is chaplain of the organization, and Senior Circuit Court Judge George E. Holt, who will discuss "The Veteran's Responsibility to the Community." The banquet will be opened with the presentation of colors by an honor guard composed of members of Post No. 4 and captained by Tom Panza. Rabbi Lehrman will say a prayer for the following honorary members who were killed in action: Robert Richter, Sidney Brettholtz and Herbert Brown. Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach will offer his greetings and new members will be installed in the Herbert Brown indoctrination class. Each class is dedicated to the memory of a deceased veteran. Pollack, who has been commander for the last two years, will preside over the banquet and will make the commander's annual report. Newly elected officers to be installed are: Seymour Singer, commander; Jack Brettholtz, senior vice commander; Herman Klepak, junior vice commander; Millicent Cole, adjutant; Leo Eisman, finance officer; Harry Tropp, provost marshal!. In charge of arrangements for the affair are Nat Pollack, Seymour Singer and Harry Brown. Among the distinguished guests who have accepted invitations to attend the banquet are: Sheriff James Sullivan, Police Chief and Mrs. Philip Short, State Com mander and Mrs. Arthur Di Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forbes, Councilman and Mrs. Harold Turk Town And Beach Club Nears Completion Sam Sutter, newly appointed managing director of the Town and Beach Club now under construction, says numerous inquiries and requests for membership are pouring in daily, confirming the belief that there has long been a need for a social club of this type. The cabana colony, slated to be south Florida's largest, will consist of two main cabana building:; and an administration building with a total floor area of 40,000 square feet. Each cabana will be luxuriously spacious, 16 x 10 feet with additional private patio space in front. They will be tastefully furnished and will be equipped with private showers, two dressing rooms, cabinets, full length mirrors, special lighting. 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34r I R 1D JANUARY 7, 1949 +Jenlsl> fkrkii&n PAGE FIFTEEN Dr. Micholson To Address Zionist Lanehoon k i c A i MKHM. tT.RECil* TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY DAVIDSON AND CO.. INC. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1114 West Flagler St. Phone 9-2141 GREETINGS J. G. WITMER Bergman Will Address Habonim Wednesday Robert Bergman, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will address a meeting of Habonim, Labor Zionist youth group, Wednesday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1450 Euclid Ave. Bergman, who is a former leader of Habonim in Cincinnati, will speak on political parties in Israel. Last Wednesday the meeting was devoted to a discussion and interpretation of the new Israeli constitution. Ben Fogel, president of the Noar group of Habonim, vas speaker. Songs and dances followed. Weekly meetings of the organization are held each Wednesday night at the Miami Beach Jewish C 2



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1949 [ Jean Casadesus [To Give Concert Second in the Community Concert series, sponsored by the Miami Beach YM-YWHA, will take place at Miami Beach High school Monday at 8:30 p.m. Jean Casadesus, pianist will be the artist. This twenty-one year old musician is the second youngest artist to appear on this series. Last year nineteen year old Pressler was presented. Monday's artist carries on the great tradition of the internationally known family. His parents are Gaby and Robert Casadesus, each will known in musical circles. Born in Paris, Jean enrollec in the Paris Conservatoire in 193! and won the first medal. Since 1940 he has lived in the United States and has continued his studies under his parents while attending Lawrenceville preparatory school and later Princeton University. In 1946 he won the \outh Contest of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The following year he appeared under Eugene Ormandy and was also prize winner at the International Geneva Contest. Last year he started his professional career with recitals in this country as well as with a spring tour of Europe. He was enthusiastically received wherever he played. The program he will present Monday night includes selections by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Liszt and Charbrier. A few subscriptions as well as some single admissions are still available. +Jen 1st tkrHkir PAGE THIRTEEN Beach Jewish Center Expands Program Of Jewish Education For Adults Rabbi Irving Lehrman an-1 Jewish history: Special emnounces the expansion of the Miphasis will be given to the deami Beach Community Center jcisive moments in Jewish history Adult Institute for Jewish studies which determined the existence, Dr. Seitlin Moves Offices David J. Seitlin, D.D.S., has announced the removal of his offices from 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, to 412 Ingraham Building, Miami. Dr. Seitlin limits his practice to exodontia and oral surgery. A native Miamian, Dr. Seitlin graduated from Miami Senior High and the University of Florida. He received his dental degree from Loyola University in New Orleans and his hospital training in the New York Polyclinic Hospital, New York. which has been in session since November. This expansion was necessary due to the great demand on the part of members of thecongregation and the community, Rabbi Lehrman states. Classes will be inaugurated Wednesday, January 12, and courses to be held in the Center school building, 1415 Euclid Ave., will be open to all without charge. Registration began January 5 and will conttinue until classes begin. The following courses will be offered: Hebrew for beginners: Offered to beginners so that they can master Hebrew reading and be able to participate in a religious service. A vocabulary of essential basic Hebrew words will be developed. Wednesday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: Andrew Kornreich. Intermediate Hebrew: Designed as a refresher course to reacquaint students with the fundamentals of Hebrew reading and writing Monday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: Andrew Kornreich. Conversational Hebrew: Special emphasis on the spoken Hebrew language. Monday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: Miss A. Robbins. Advanced Hebrew: A speaking knowledge of the language is required. Selections from modern Hebrew writers, poets, and "Hadoar" will be read. Wednesday evenings, 8:30 to 9:30. Instructor: F. Berkovitz. Bible class: Course to consist of reading selections from the five books of Moses, the prophets and writings, in English translation, with emphasis on rabbinical commentary, history and ideology, accompanied by discussion. Wednesday mornings, 10 to 11. This class will be conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. There will also be an additional Bble class Wednesday evenings, from 7:30 to 8:30. Instructor: A. 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Wednesday evening, 7:30 to 8:30. under the direction of Ben Yomen. Jewish folk dancing: Wednesday evenings, 9:30 to 10:30. Instructor: Miss J. Wolfsohn. Appliance Offers Hernia Relief A scientifically designed and custom fitted device for the permanent relief of hernia has been developed by H. B. Sykes. The Sykes Orthotonic Appliance, which is based on 20 years of research, according to Dr. V. R. Carlisle local representative, overcomes all slipping of the hernia and exerts proper pressure at the correct places so that all danger of strangulation is removed and all irritation to the intestine is discontinued. In 85% of the cases, people report a permanent disappearance of the hernia after three to nine months of wearing the appliance, Dr. Carlisle added. "The Sykes Orthotonic Appliance is based upon a compound cantilever action," the designer of (he device stated. "No straps, belts or buckles are needed and the wearer feels no pressure of any kind." Judge Beckham to Speak Judge Walter Beckham of the Juvenile Court will speak on "Juvenile Delinquency" at a joint meeting of the men's and women's chapter of the North Shore B'nai B'rith to be held Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Bedding Company Holds Annual Barbecue Party Keeping with the spirit of last week's Orange Bowl festivities the Dixie Bedding Mfg. Company held its annual barbecue party outdoors at its plant at N.W. 47th St. and 37th Ave., Sunday afternoon. More than 300 furniture dealers from all parts of Florida and their guests attended. Highlight of the occasion was a lecture tour through the Dixie factories conducted by H. Beck and N. Rosenblum, owners. WANTED COMPETENT SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION PERMANENT PHONE 58-4641 AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1949 wuiuiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiuiinuitiiuiiuiiiiiuiimuiiuiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiD NURSE Can accommodate 1 or 2 convalescent* in nice spacious kosher horn* on the beach. Special diet and care for Cardiacs. 58-2014 • Jew 1st florid fan PAGE SEVEN Essen Construction Co, 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 AM. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 AM. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-MM Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End V lrd Rd. *• Snapper Creek Some Aspects of Israeli Constitution By Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman (In recent days, the proposed constitution of Israel has been released. The Jewish Floridian take pride in presenting, herewith, a review of that constitution by an outstanding Hebrew scholar I •in the community, who has studied the 80 articles of the new new constitution and, hereby, presents some relevant comment on it.) A committee of 7 headed by Dr. Leo Kohn, counsellor of the Israeli Foreign Office, has issued the new constitution of the State of Israel. Reading the preamble, which begins with the ringing words, "We, the people of Israel, humbly giving thanks to Almighty God for having delivered us from the burden of exile and brought us back to our ancient land," is a thrilling experience and following the clarion Hebrew words which state—"We are resolved to rebuild our Commonwealth in accordance with the ideals of peace and righteousness of the Prophets of Israel, to welcome home every Jew who seeks entry, and to promote the security and well-being of all who dwell within our gates," gives one a feeling of being in the presence of one of the great classical holy documents of all time. I plan to discuss the 80 articles of the constitution fully on January 14, but in this preview statement which I have been asked to write for the Jewish Floridian, I shall limit myself to the mention of some of the blsic features and striking statements in the constitution. Some of the innovations which are found in this constitution, which are not found in any other constitution in the democracies of the world, are the following: 1) Prohibition of spreading of libelous material which is designed to stir-up racial hatred or that advocates suppression of human rights. 2) Love of the stranger to such an extent that there is no limitation upon his qualifications whatsoever, (an Arab citizen can become President of the State of Israel by popular vote). 3) The responsibility of the government for making provisions for the support of all of its citizens. 4) Prohibition of any type of discrimination against a citizen on the basis of religion, race, language or color. Article 12 of the new constitution abolishes the death penalty and prohibits moral pressure or physical violence in police interrogation. The constitution establishes a unicameral form of government. Article 29 provides that this "One House of Congress" known as the "Chamber of Deputies" shall be elected by direct ballot and that the country shall be divided into electoral districts, with each ten thousand of the population approximately, to be represented by one deputy. The districts are to be revised once in three years. The constitution provides that the name of the State is Israel, "a sovereign independent, democratic republic" and that this state is designed to be the national home of the Jewish people and shall admit every Jew who desires to settle within its territory, subject to such regulative provisions as may, from time to time, be enacted by the Chamber of Deputies. No discrimination of any kind shall be made by the state between the inhabitants on the grounds of race, religion, language or sex, the draft says. The official language is Hebrew, but, adequate facilities will be provided for Arabic-speaking citizens in the legislature, before the court and before the executive and administrative authorities. As for freedom of religion, the constitution insures to allfreedom of conscience and the free exercise of all forms of worship and it holds that existing rights in respect to holy places and religious buildings or sites shall not be denied or impaired. Freedom of speech is in a sense limited in the new constitution, for, while guaranteeing freedom of expression and of opinion in writing, article 15 says that this guarantee, "shall not extend to utterances or publications that are libelous, slanderous or obscene, or that are designed to stir-up racial hatred, or to incite to violence or crime." Prohibited also is writing that advocates "the suppression of human rights or of the democratic system of government or, that reveals secrets of national defense." A very interesting section, is the one that speaks of the election of the President and the appointment of the Prime Minister. This section is treated in article 48 through 61 and states that any citizen of Israel who is eligible to the Chamber of Deputies and has reached the age of 35 may be elected to the office of President. "The President of the republic shall be elected by the Chamber of Deputies by secret ballot. The term of office of the President shall be five years and he may be re-elected on the expiration of his term, but only for one additional term." "Every official act of the President shall be countersigned by the Prime Minister. The President shall, after consultation with the leaders of the Parliamentary parties, appoint a Prime Minister and upon his advice, the other members of the Executive Council." It would seem that the Prime Minister, even though appointed by the President, will have greater power than the President, for the Prime Minister, and not the President will preside over the meetings of the Executive Council and the Prime Minister shall be responsible for the coordination of all activities of the Executive Council and for the execution by the Departments of State of the policies adopted by the Executive Council. The President's powers are sharply defined and limited. He can not veto legislation and he can take no action of his own without approval by the Prime Minister. The constitution includes a meaningful phrase which almost shows that the President is of a "figure-head" nature compared with the Prime Minister, for while the Prime Minister executes policies adopted by the Executive Council, the only responsibility he owes to the President is that "he shall keep the President of the republic informed on all major domestic and foreign policy." The judicial power is vested in five types of courts: a) Magistrate Courts b) District Courts c) High Court d) A Court of Final Appeal, to be called "The Supreme Court. e) Religious Courts of the Jewish, Moslem and Christian communities. .. The last mentioned courts seem to be a new feature in democratic constitutions. These Religious Courts exercise jurisdiction in matters of personal status and of religious foundations and of endowments. The constitution concludes with the thought that future legislation in Israel shall be guided by the basic principles of Jewish religious law, and wherever the existing law does not provide adequate guidance, the Courts of Law shall have recourse to these basic principles of the past. While there seems to be a definite separation of church and state, the constitution has an underlying spiritual flavor which puts it in the class of the former great codes that Jewish sages and rabbis have formulated during the ages. 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* Jenlst fferflgg FRIDAY JANUARY 7, 1949 Marilyn Levenson And William Lubcl United In Beach Center Ceremony In a double ring ceremony under a white satin canopy. Marilyn Leveivon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson. 7742 Tatem Waterway Drive, became the. bride of William Lubel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keuoen Lubel. Mobile. Ala. The marriage was solemnized by Rabbi Irvine Lehrman Sir: lay 11 the Miami ? Jewish Community Center, which ( was d^crra'ed with white t3pers, white gladioli rr-r ferns The b'ide, given in marriaj her fat:i a fitted gown ti writ; Hipper satin fashion long sleeves which tapered I point at the wrists, a r.ct yoke ?nd a r edged rows of seepi Sue Goodman, maid it honor was ffeta and carr : • -f Amer Beauty roses The bridesmaid were Helen Ser, Marsha Faber. Cyvia Baer. Gerlo Koren and Natalie Kasdin ? : ': rley J Lube!, sister of the juni r bridesn Michael Lul %  %  si rother's best man Ushers -"ere Doi Levewon, the brid br th< r. Erwir. Leider. Alvin L EL Oliph&nt and Melvin Morris Foil..'. the ceremony a dinner for 40" 1 was served in the reception ha'." f the Center. After dinner an stra played for dancing. Out-of-town guest; included Mi. and Mrs. Manny Hirsch. St. Louis. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gurvitch. Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and Mr*. H. Lubel, Mobil Al : Mr. ana Mrs. William Lubel, "•' gorr.ery. Ala.: Harold Lubel. Birmingham. Ala.: Mickey L.. West Palm Beach, and Hyman Jacobs. Atlanta. Ga. Miss Levenson is a craduate of Miami Beach High and is state tennis champion of Florida Mr. Lubel was graduated from Miami Senior High and attended the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He served in the Navy for two years. Following a wedding trip to Da>tona Beach, the couple will reside :n Mobile, -..ere Mr. Lubel is an inc trial banker. I • Workmen's Circle Will Install New Officers The men's and branches of the W of Miami will I nstallatioi of officers Sunday at the Arbeiter Rii Ly i •' %  1M5 S.W. 3rd St. New off: ers of I are: Alex Aronoff, ch H. Weintraub. S. Snider, recording %  Dave Gros S %  '' %  man. hosp talt Members of the exi include: GeorcS lv< r. I. G Mrs. Anna Levenson, S J. H. Siegel H. Rose. N B stein. I. Wiener, H Gr< Greenbaum. H. G and Maurice Jacobs Officers of the arc: Mrs S. K '" M S. Snider. I seeretar; Mrs N. B retary: Mrs. J H Siege] er: Mrs. S. Waits] I The executiv ; of: Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Mrs. J Wolf. Mrs. H. Goldman, Mrs A. Gold. Mrs. C Weintraub. Mrs Ed Greenbaum, Mrs Silver and Mrs Weithaus. Natalie Goodman Engaged To Mr. Liebman The engagement of Natalie Goodman to James David Liebman son of Mr. and Mrs.' Aaron Liebman. 342 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has been announced by her p ar ents, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, 118 West Di Lido Drive, Miami Beach. A graduate of Salem Academy, Winston Salem, N. C., the brideelect is now attending Vassar College i n Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mr. Liebman. a Navy veteran, is now a senior at the University of Miami Law School. .'..* Ardra • %  % %  '.Warn Lubel Marriage Revealed Announcement ) n mad by Mr. end Mrs L Muttei 2445 Pine riage of his sister, Mrs I Kohl, to Arthur Glatt. took place in Chicago O 1 The former Mrs. Kol ja resident of thi years, Mr. And Mrs. Wachtel Visit In Miami Beach Vacationing at the Versailles Hotel in Miami Beach, following their attendance at the engagement party of their niece here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wachtel. W. 47th St., New York. Mr. Wachtel. the president of Calvert's Distillers Corp.. 405 Lexington Ave. and his wife are its of Mr. ftnd Mrs Ben F. Danbaum of Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach. Now Undtr AMDRON Mansgtmtii Elizabeth Hirsch Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hirsch. 2300 S.W. 20th St.. recently anMr. And Mrs. R. Katz Visit Her Parents Here Mr and Mrs Robert S. Katz of Boston, Mass :.:-: visiting Mr5 Katz's rarer.--Mr. and Mrs George Lipkin, owners of Lee's Specialty S | 11" N E 2: : Av Miami. Mr. Katz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Katz of Brookline. Mass., r rs of the Boston Jewish World and the Dorchester (Mass 1 Argus-News. Robert S. Katz, a graduate of Boston University School of Business administration, is now business manager of the publications. Gables Jewish Center To Observe Hillel Night Hillel night will be observed at the Sabbath evening sen-ices of the Coral Gables Jewish. Center tonight at 8 p.m.. in the Pratt Hospital Chapel. Services and Oneg Shabbat will be conducted by students of the University of Miami Hillel Foundation and Dr. Tonald Michelson, Hillel director. Lenore Wiseman Pledged To Harold H. Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wis< 2240 S.W. 25th Terr., announ the engagement of thi Lenore, t Harol I H. H I of Mr and Mrs A Fn Nassau, B. hamas Eve. The bridi t is 1 rly I Grand Rapids, Mich where she a-tended high scr I She attend' • %  %  %  • •• f Miami Mr. H t':\ r graduated from Queens College al Nassau where he '• %  %  % %  his Caml ridge University school certificate/ Plans call for a spring wedding The Mrs Harry F. Nolte, presidenl the monthlj %  • %  • %  Advii :-. %  %  K e So"• % % % %  f Florida S m 1 teni D-'•• n, M • lay DOUBLE ROOM For a couple in a quiet home Good Bus Connections Kitchen Privileges 48-9460 FOR RENT Beautiful room in a nice home Kitchen privileges if desired AH conveniences— Close in Near three buses Reasonable CALL 82-1902 HOTEL and Luxury Apartments ON OCEAN nONT AT 41.1 JTBlll ffl Wflll &6flCH Tahiti Cecktail Usage Dining Terraee Every nodin ceactivabte facility • ••", af cenrse, the noted AND BON service Reserrotkms hntteaSECRETARY AVAILABLE Rapid — Efficient Capable of Filling Executive Position CALL 58-9277. APT. 6 Elirabeth Hirsch nounced the engagement of the.: daughter. Elizabeth, to Harold! j Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Friedman, 4001 Prairie | Ave. Miss Hirsch. formerly of Bruns-1 wick, Ga., was graduated from' Broward County High school ana from Vanderbilt University. Mr. Friedman. Chattanooga. I Tenn.. attended Baylor School. the University of Chattanooga J and the University of Cincinnati. He served in the Navy for four years and is now owner of a radio business in Miami. The wedding will take place in the early spring. IflakeeWteal a festfre occasion UAmtrnmn swan w a ^mommummmSSm lUTKrt w urdines SALE! COLORFUL, FLORAL OINNERVVARE 62-piece service for 8 Regularly $32.50 Special *24 8 9 S5 down. $5 month 4 H; e 4[ fu ,l d:nnenva %  service to -lend attractively Lil pr traditional series A lovely floral ceten I^AI' %  design in so?" tone "^ green and yellow lends a tr*nV SMS? f0r "52 homes' salad plate^b^-and fe P-ates. soups, fruits, CUDS anrt inr r c S o : ver ea J d Platter -ar vegetable dishes CrCamer; : •Including ear r/ ,„ a cril oe| n%  urd '"' t Mumi, The Sirlcin Family announce • • • and 7 each. Cs/ul "* %  : l.r.4 f.nm U ne aring completion. Many local famines have already rented Cabanas. The Club will provide full SOCIAL BEACH and CABANA iacifities. Cabanas and lockers are on a yearround basis and are recaonably priced. Foe full Information call or see SAM SUTTER Managing Director Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-7243



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+Jelstfk£&£L FRIDAY JANUARY PAGE TEN United Jewish Appeal Raised Record Sum Of More Than SI 50,000,000 In Campaign which will rneet esdav y ? raised' J T _., 1M 8 by the United Jewish API JtBJanuary _.-Diana for the 1949 camof the Joint DisU* as well as in -H QS] rati :• :pre historic conl bution ^ f ^ 1848 Umted I helped MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtai. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 7, Si '• • n Jewish ... th. United .. ve -e ?r uraged I unpre •the 1948 Inw ,.--.. thesigrufjcance that has WASHINGTON HOTEL 1V a DINING ROOM New open to the public daily • rv '" • tr C ^7 k0,her dinn,r -.ow WK For Re erva tion Phona 5-6617 S'6 Washington Ave.. Miani Beach CATERING TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS of the campaign an end, they saic that SUl stantially ex| • .--•: %  of i detailed report :•= -.-.---'-was paid -' -=: vear's i:.'-i ---" %  '" "%  -%  -.>,'*;:-; R:s, ::v •-. • el e !" n v.;, ... .v. ••Je• %  ••••--— theliquidati %  ••'-*•-•' %  -v )blem in ] Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade a La-s* Btoe* :* ~" : "-' --•. :fl>apia> e: It* ae -t-y %  II Je.h ee-eteei a Sf. -; i: "5 jewith dm '•" a-ea t ".e ?2i Lock For tht 2-Story THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS Jit DC ORES SLSSAYS CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L CARR, President FRIGll> URE PRODUCTS PHONE E2-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? { Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative t Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHAXG1XG • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Moro Painting Co. Office Phone 6-4573 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21st Street Phone 4-7472 No ]ob Too Small, Or Too Big ievement I expectation ; vs of the • >At the beginning of '.948. tne UJA officers stated, "our most jptimistic planning provided for 0 immigrat 1 • "5,000 refu% %  :Israel Now we car 1 -. • [ ac t that not 1 but 120.000 new immi( reached the chores of the J • past year through the help it the Ur I nsh Appeal •As we entered the 1948 drive hfl ago. we envisi jned ion of the Jewish D P Eur pe within two or three years. Today, as a result of •.he unique record of aecorrrr.er.: in 1948, we have every rea• xr I that the Jewish DP camps will be practically empty before the end of 1949. The establishment of the new wish nation of Israel was hailed by the national chairmen a? th< one dominant fact of hist : which has now brought the surviving victims of war and oppression in Europe ar.d elsewhere tc the •'threshold of true liberation econstruction. The opening '. the doors of Israel to Jewish refugees who are r. w -•.:• :-.:that country at the rate of a month presents the Jew? I th< United States with th< greatest ipp::tur..ty :r. thc-.r history tc put an end tc the problem Jewish refugees, an I I build an era cf pesoe and creative effort in the Jewish homeland th:: will : %  :ur.d • thi physical and spiritual wellbeing of ghout the % %  %  rl Th< "" '• i Jewish Appeal ed that more than Jews were fit intc Israel during 1948 with funds made available bv the UJA Of those. 105.000 came in ; I imation f the JewLsh S1 •%  n M •• 14. 1948. UJA went to support largescale relief and rehabilitation work f r hundreds of thousands of a E tern and Western Eur r--.-.-i in Nrrth Africa and :h, %  %  Ml I ljustment of refugi arriving -. the United States In 1948. the United Palestini Appeal, as part of its program, of rbing and integrating the Influx of immigrants in:o Israel, established new agricultural settlements, expanded present set• ments, built rural and urban touting, stimulated trade and industry, acquired ,-.r.d improved new land areas and received and cared for thousands of children. Tne Joint Distribution Committee in 1948 assisted 750,000 Jews in Europe. North Africa and the Middle East through programs to relieve suffering and want: through reconstruction projects' c nsisting of producers' cooperatives, loan funds and vocational training courses; through medical aid designed to rebuild healthtr.rough child care; and through ; \ h T f_ la v rg st ^'^ation program in FEUEB & EISENSTEIN KtaHm Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln RoadL Miami Beock SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS •4 Yea' cf Experience in Building Conatroction on M ami BM CI| LEO EISENSTEIN w L FEUQ JDC history. The United Service for R n ;t^ er l h anS rCC t iVed and faoilitated the resettlement in various S^ th !" u hout ^ countrv of housands of newcomers to' the to oih?r t? ed fmanClal *** 0 other thousands of refugees retrained many for new vocations %* Pr fe ? ,0 u nS in this country and relped those eligible to Z leure U.S. citizenship. e GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furnitura Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Spatially L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 34834 MORtUS ORUS LOUIS GERBZR FOR SALE MODERN DRIG STORE "Heart oi AUapgttah" PRICED RIGHT FOR IMMEDIATE SALE PHONE 3-O300 1594 N. W. 36th St. fl 8. P.M. JAt JAOCH KENNEL CLUB