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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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li^viislhJBIiDipidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
F^T NUMBER 49
UH'iid Hospital Declination
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
turn*
Jerusalem Inseparable,
Knesset Proclaims
TEL AVIV, (JT \ "Attempts
; [; estab- Stanley C. Myers and Morris Klass. prominent Miami Jewish
I".. / -' nd leaders will take an important role in the 18th Annual General
-I'" Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel'are
Gunon de- Funds to be held this week-end at the Hotel Netherland Plaza,
clan
Miamians Will Play Prominent Role In
18th CJFWF Assembly In Cincinnati
v -.:
..'
" Cincinnati.
In addition
Miami Jewish community will
ifice | with more than 1.000 d
;;,, .. lates from all parts of the United
St s and Canada who will at-
I. mdon, I foi M ,-
eov ", ,
ton
Pn said that
".]..' J em is ai
: .'." ol the ate
His declaration was
endorsed by '.he
; h proclaimed Jeru-
salem as an insi parable part of
Taoe-cutting ceremonies at the new Mt. Sinai Hospital, 4300
Jon Road, were held Sunday afternoon. Culling the tape was
fcorovitz. i center) president of the hospital board of trustees.
tiling him were Sam Ruskin, chairman of the building and
jTning commitlee. and Mrs. Max Dobrin. presidenl of the
mien's auxiliary.
Between four and five thousand guests witnessed lhe cere-
aies at which Sen. Claude Pepper, Rep. George Smathers and
ill Jess Larsen ?poke. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan offered lhe dedicatory
hyer and Baron de Hirsch Meyer was master of ceremonies.
Expected To Attend Dinner
larking Academy Anniversary;
mator Pepper To Give Address
ban 400 lauding citizens support to the Miami Beach
school. In the journal, various
types of Jewish photography and
are in several media will be re-
produced. The publication will be
distributed to all persons attend-
Breater Miami are expected to
knd the second anniversary
Beach's Hebrew
I S it 6 p.m. at the
( I Hotel when
will be chief
for.
> : turnout is anticipated
annual dinner, accord-
C ittee Chairman
|W C : i). who revealed
advance reservations had
xpectations.
Harold Turk of Miami
P will I astmaster for the
announced Dr. David S.
iron, president of the insti-
ll,
addition to Senator Pepper's
'* add:, ... announcement
P honor n II listing leading
popportin enefactors of the
ray. presentation of a oic-
. journal entitled "Blue
I tor Community Living" and
Wainmen: wji] be featured at
w night's event.
And,lj;: said tnat tne honor
''M list persona who have
" outstanding service and
(Continued on Page 13)
Sen. Claude Pepper
Sachar To Speak At Miami Beach
i$h Center On Wednesday, Dec. 14
|Abram L Sachaf, president
tandeis University described
with a Mis-
*iH speak in Miami Beach
Mnesday, December 14, at
I P-m. under auspices of the
fn?"th Miami Beach Lodge
l^oniens Chapter. A record
r is expected to hear the
F national director of the
K.B'ith HiHei Foundations
? on the subject "In De-
\\Z J[......rrow." The
Lt h'M :-> the
t' the Miami uea n jcw-
ter, 1701 Washington Ave.,
piHea
iP^har has addressed audi-
ItkL i universitv classroom.
IS* lecture platform and on
* networks, and is known
Krtpfu.nd of knowledge of
Iwrittl '?n's and "'story. He
* in iu a, )h'slor.v of the Jews
.fteaiitK ?rintinK and 'S
IhLt" u0f "Suffrance Is
s a history of contem-
nJe*h life. He received
degree from Cambridge
event
main audi-
ami Beach Jew-
israel pledging that the city will theme, it will serve as the na-
not be submitted to foreign rule. I tional operating meeting of the
UJA Meet Ends, Adopting $272,455,890
As "Essential Minimum Requirements"
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)The
national conference of the United
Jewish Appeal concluded its
three-day session here last wick
adopting the figure of S272.455.800
as representing its 'essential min-
imum requirements" for its pro-
gram of further immigration and
settlement in Israel, for overseas
rehabilitation and relief and for
refugee aid in the United States.
The resolution on American
Jewry's responsibility pointed
out that the part other Jewish
communities may play in meet-
ing these requirements is "very
limited."
Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. was re-
elected by acclamation, general
chairman for 1950. A special re-
solution which praised his "con-
secration to the life-saving tasks
of the UJA and his untiring
energy in mobilizing maximum
resources," was passed.
The critical need for removing
to Israel large numbers of Jews
from danger points in North
Africa and the Near East moved
the 1,600 delegates to call for self-
sacrifice on the part of local
Jewish communities, and for the
mobilization of maximum funds.
The resolution on the require-
ments for 1950 called upon Amer-
ican Jews to contribute to the
United Jewish Appeal this com-
ing year on "a scale commensur-
twelve leaders of (central Jewish eommunitj
ms Delegates will 11
' in eds .11 1950 and form-
plan fo i eetlng thi i I ,;
philanthropic responsibilitii th
maximum effectiveness in I
on tiie doi
The council is the national is-
sociation serving 800 communi-
ties as their instrument in
ing with national problen and
in providing central services in
umd raising, budgeting and
planning. Member agencies >f the
CJFWF annually raise more than
90 per cent of all funds used for
Jewish welfare purposes abroad
and in this country.
Major speakers at the assembly
include Dr. Nelson Glueck. Cin-
cinnati, president of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion; Harold Glasser, director
of the CJFWF Institute Overseas
Studies, who has just returned
tend the three, day meeting, ["hej
Will 1). Singi Jacol
Abraham Goodman, D
ii. If. Williams Apte. Sidney
Bernbaum, Irving Frankel. M -
Louis Glasser, Joseph M. Lipton.
Max Meisel, Leo Allen and
les I !ohen,
With "Agenda for American
Jewry1950" as the assembly
quotas to local communities.
Another resolution called
on
paralleled efforts to
the great tasks which history has
set before them." The resolution
expressed "distress at the fact
that almost 100.000 Jews remain
unhoused in Israel" and that
"impelling forces make i' urgent
that additional tens of thousands
of Jews be given speedy oppor-
tunity to depart from various
parts of the world where to re-
main would entail actual peril to
their lives."
With a few dissenting votes.
the conference called on Jewish
communities in this country to
recognize that "the saving of
human life must take piority in
the calendar of American Jewish
communal planning." The resolu-
tion asked the communities "as
an act of self-sacrifice'.' to defer
campaigns for capital funds for
building projects.
However, if some local capital
projects are 'inescapably urgent."
the resolution requested that
funds for them be raised outside
the framework of the Appeal. To
assure the fullest response to the
needs of the Appeal in 1950 the
conference adopted a resolution
providing that "the participation
of the United Jewish Appeal in
accomplish economic conditions: President
Myers: Julian Freeman, Indiana-
chairman *of the CJFWF
ate with the minimum needs of any campaign shall be preceded
its constituent agencies the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and
United Service for New Ameri-
cans." The conference also set up
a committee to reccommend
by a mutually satisfactory agree-
ment between the community pnd
the Appeal on the share which
the latter is to receive out of th.'
tunds to be raised in that com-
munity next year."
polls.
committee on Stable and Unified
fund Raising: Bernard P. Kop-
kind. New Haven, chairman of
the CJFWF Committee on Multi-
ple Appeals: and Herbert R.
Abelcs. Newark, chairman of the
CJFWF Committee on Natiunal-
Local Relationships.
At the "Agenda for American
Jewry1950" session. Saturday
evening. CJFWF President Myers
and Mr. Glasser will be the princ-
ipal speakers. Mr. Mvers will
present the picture ahead for local
Jewish communities, while Mr.
Glasser will report to the dele-
gates on the economic position of
Israel, and its philanthropic needs
in 1950.
Three sessions will be held on
planning for financing and bud-
geting. At the meeting of large
cities on this problem. Mrs. Sam-
muel Glogower, Detroit. Sidney
S. Cohen, Boston, and Herman
L. Kaplow. St. Louis, will be con-
sultants. For communities with
5,000 to 40,000 Jews. Dr. Harold
G. Trimble. Oakland, will be
chairman, with Dan S. Rosenberg,
St. Paul, and Morris Klass. Miami.
as consultants. Harold A. Gold-
man, Des Moines. will preside
over a similar session for com-
munities with 1.000 to 5.000 Jew-
ish population. Consultants for
this meeting are Norman Edell.
South Bend, and O. A. Mintzer.
Waterbury.
Universitv in England and was a
member of the history depart-
(Continued on Page 12)
Shirk Speaks To USNA
Meet In Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Ex-
pressing confidence that the U. S.
Senate will pass a bill amending
the present Displaced Persons Act
eaiiv in the next session, Elli itt
M. Shirk. Resettlement Director
of the Displaced Persons Com-
mission, told delegates to a
United Service for New Ameri-
cans week-end conference here
at the Roosevelt Hotel that re-
moval of one of the discrimina-
tory provisions of the act would
permit thousands of additional
displaced Jews and Catholics to,
enter the U. S. in 1950. ,
"The date-line for DP Camp oc-
cupancy set by the act is arbitrary
and unjust." he said, at a Sunda>
luncheon attended by delegates
from seven Southeast states.
_ *--u.r f Israel Moshe Sharet is shown here hobnobbing with members of the Greater
Foreign Minister of Israel ~ ^ in Allantic city last weekend. In the photo are (seated.
Miami delegation to "f u-ia Dan Rufkiru Foreign Minister Sharet. William D. Singer.
1. to r.) Mrs. Esther Weinwe. Goodman: (.tending. 1. to r.) Morris Klew. Leon Ell. Harry
SSSuSiSStS5n Sidney Ansin. I. L. Mint.., end William Glick.
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PAGE TWO
fJmisfi FhrSdliar
ZE^fl^ECEMBER,
I'll Say...
While in pre-Israel Palestine, I met K n-
ld, ton r presid an Zi rusts.
lities, this I
i rv( d: "You say j '. .< Ti I A\ iv 'i
st Thi n ; ha\ on u I -1 ;
X I live in Fl idi With a touch I Pj ...--.. n
rhen you
doubt 3 iitions I I K
V .; i v< n give to the Nai
. u elv A
s( live s in Er tz V s
Jews
I often think of I sini
-. l(H ii
- v. loose 1 Iocs
Ik by pro] ts

''. i al state-
'
"American Jews are an integral part of the
American community. To them America is home. For
hem, the establishment of the State of Israel repre-
tnti the realization of the historic aspirations of the
"ewish people. It should be plain that their political
allegiance is in no wise affected by the emergence
:f the Stale of Israel. American Jews owe their
political allegiance to the government of the Uniied
States, just as the citizens of Israel owe theirs to the
government of the State cf Israel. The bogey of dual
llegiance conjured up by some who should knew
?e!ter is just pure invention. It is a figment cf the
mag;nation; it has no roots in reality and is projected
v/ith malice."
"

-.-
.
Zionism: One Of Many Loyalties In The U. S.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
watched the antic- ese kindrgarten mentalities.
(rears ago the Miami Council held a dinner
; T; ,; an I Ri bbin of Palm Beach.
gom : his i ti rn il r< rd to venly
pleen on Zii nists, In besmii
K rig M. I disciples oi
... thought il quite tittii
A n J to the K
ps, thi M ntg imi
anquet ti >li (.
0 | .. Gri ups
Ml of this \ if 1h stooges
f Lessing Rosi ad iles ents
servation '. I se 1 t every E
i s ubors senti oenti I atl
Citizei : Bi
e than academi nten I
- First and Second
VI '' French. G(
stocks. The re-
Polan Wilson, wj -
of Pi lish-Amei Leans.
:. in P:ttsbui"gh. The
Free St nerged with-
: [rish-Ameri-
. : ts shan n
ics. Yet n n< of these
tagii
S lews alone ai
.
X n S s greater reason i
;- an resti I
g:\.up not the 1 ish w
-
Eire had 1 ng p -" I
II to
the E
: vi]
I L R
to take his seat in Parliament without <.
Jtlan." After a hi Ut"s}\
the Jews in the Eternal Cii T *%
at night behind Ghetl 1
In 1917. the inhun "f*hel
- were abrogated. In 1945.1 :,he^f
>u1 their design to Were"
the face of the earth.
rity
'
" Je]
Arabian desert. Tomo. } *t*
out of Iraq-the famed M :.^!4
nourished th. f lien ?a!?0*!
Ionia. Persia. Ch: le S f
d-ridden wasteland theSif
corrupt and degeiv ati ..: "Spatial
Argentina. J. ... ^
i toll
by the
:,'^::iv.u)>-iait,h :" nhewnta
is I io recent for Jews to be 1 I bv th*
nJVnts. 0f.,'!ua,n.o.r..Evi' P' I v'farTj
English speaking pi
government of si
' pract
. .-.. i :
lines. F
p ssing the indusl
: Boer War
1
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Israel, j
\ i n Jewry,
' glance al
M
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Rabbi Grauer Speaks
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JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Mexzanihe Floor
Kit Conn*!. Slate
Is Allll : .
I B'rlth Council G
'.: eer n
Silver,

: J. 1 '.
ned unop-
posed -. ed E. Albert Pall t
f Sholei L Igi I the post of
nl ol the council. Other
inati .-..- ..-.elude Sam Silver
: S lem L dgi an I A. J. Kap-
lan of North Shore Lodge, vice
presidents: Jerome Adelman of
al G.::>li L Ige, secretary:
rt B< : Isaac Levin Lodge.
incial m t tary Lev is SW -
Tropical Lodj
er Charles R J.,. bson will .-on-
ttnue exi utive ii ed i
lai eli -.
I met ting
Janu< y 5.
, Fn E B'rith 1- :_- m-
prising |
2.000 ted in 1
ati .
-
Silver Named
Center Prexy
limousl
th Miami
.:.. Centei at
last w i k Hi -.. -
i .-.- '.. .'. .'.!> elected
I rs,
Others running unconti I
were Ben Essen, first vice presi-
li S m Seitlin. second vice
president; Paul Sobel. third vice
president: Mrs. Leo Sheiner. sec-
retary: and Leo Ackerman, treas-
urer.
The remaining two new three
year board members are Jack
Aptt- and Abe Cutler.
F Lirteen one-year board mem-
el< cted from 23 nomi-
They are: Fred Grossberg.
San-. K. ssli r, Dr. Erna Klass, Mrs.
- '-- ine, Manny Lubel.
David Rabinowitz.
C P. se. Martin Rubin-
Irving Sual. Theodore
Si.-. *-il Shein r, Fred K.
let j nd Eugi n J Wi
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bAY,
pECEMBER 9, 1949
|rUoil Schedules Confor^noe
[ nprember 18 At West view Club
i l program to inform aeencies th;it nra k. .
I part ot
^Z^tlkridiari
rish com
,!,,. manner in
d during the 1949
were
Greater Miami
will hold an
imunity of Greater
which
on
Jfunds rai*
lined Jewi* Appeal
nded. *(
. h fedti.ition
v conference of delegates
Jyiting every Jewish organ-
in (he area on Sunday,
f w 18. at the Westview
W Club-
n'ard Abess, chairman of the
nce committee, stressed its
ZEnee as a "means of ed-
jewish public to the
no need for financial sup-
f,':. ,h(. United Jewish Ap-
land the many other agencies
| ui- annual fund-
ing effort.".
brning session of the confer-
jWill bi di voted to a panel
thich the presidents and ex-
fci-e directors of the local
Kjjjrj a, ncies of Federa-
fvill present their programs
(needs. It was pointed out by
Stanlev C Myers, program
fcaian. that many new ar-
to the community do not
a true picture of the
rbbs To Install
For in n I Hoe. 10
Mg Ch : B'nai B'rith
M Women will hold its third
nquet and dance
ber 10. at 7
. -Frontenac
I
ficers for 1950
I i Mrs. Sam Sil-
[ [of B'nai B'rith
I installing of-
Guesi will be Sam
. trust) past president
fc :. B'nai B'rith.
I 11 led are Mrs.
(old Sin esident; Doris
esident; Thel-
iil vice pre^i-
Carol Milbi i g, treasurer:
|rl Sandier, corresponding
Wary: Rita Schwartz, record-
| Uuy; Hulh Marmer. par-
lentarian; Myrna Kaufman.
int-at-arms: Doris Brown.
ellor. Board members are
lrta Schwartz, Donna Feld-
.Sonva Klein, Dora Krendell
I Edith Krantzow.
toris Klein is in charge of ar-
[ements and will be assisted
arcia Simonoff and Doris
in,
i cocktail party will precede
(banquet at the home of Thel-
land Robe;la Schwartz, 2938
1.18th St.
ORRYING
I* your
f? or or-
ation will
lhem?
I' Chair
:nt A L
IRVICE
I'es the
"oblem!
fABLES RENTED TOO!
FOLDING
ITURE CO.
'207 N.E. 1st Ave.
"ONE 2-6345 or 58-3557
agencies that are here to serve
them. "In the past ten years"
she said, "the Greater Miami
Jewish community has gr0Wn
from approximately 7,500 to an
estimated 45.000. Many of our
newer citizens have neve, before
had the opportunity of familiar-
izing themselves with the social
service agencies in our midst.
This Conference will provide that
opportunity in an easy-to-take
capsule fashion."
As a feature of the conference,
all of the agencies participating
in the Combined Jewish Appeal
will tell their story through
m^n.Suof,?umphle,s and exhibits.
With Abess at the helm the
membership of the conference
committee includes Abraham
Goodman, Max Orovitz, Dan Rus-
kin, William D. Singer. Mrs
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Stanlev P
Myers. Harold Turk, Gus Jacob-
son, Gilbert Balkin, Louis
bchwartzman, Leon Kaplan Mrs
Benjamin Appel, Leonard Abess
William Click and Morris Klass!
DOV Mock Marriage
The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women s Organization will spon-
sor an old-fashioned mock mar-
riage on Saturday, December 10.
at 8 p.m. in the Dora August
Memorial Hall of Congregation
Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Sarah
Alber and Joe Pomkin will be
the bride and bridegroom.
Mrs. Rose Pertes, president ol
the chapter and chairman of this
affair, announces that then
be supper, music and dancing.
Assisting Mrs. Pe Mrs
Samuel Wilchyk and .:
Rosenberg.
Beth David Election
Set For Dec. 15
The annual election meeting of
the Beth David Congregation will 1
be held Thursday evening, De- J
Th ,; Ave-:,n nus will be a combined meeting
i'1 "e congregation and sister-
hood Murray C Cohen and Mrs.
Harry Gordon will preside.
This date will also mark the
beginning of Chanuka (Feast of
blunts), in observance of the
festival, the lighting of the first
candle and the chanting of the
blessings will also be included on
tne program.
Commissioner Louie Bandel will
serve as chairman for the meet-
ing.
A special memorial service will
be conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro for the members who
departed this year.
PAGE THRE1
Di Vincent To Speak
At Sholem Luncheon
Arthur Di Vincent, acting sub-
ervisor of the Federal Bureau of
Census, will be the principal
speaker at the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, luncheon club on
Friday, December 16, at 12:15
p.m. at the Downtowner Restaur-
ant, Seybold Building, according
to William Pallot. luncheon club
chairman.
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EDITORIAL
Heal Fraternity
The decision by the National Inlertraternity
Cor1:f, ence to recommend elimination c! re-
strictive membership provisions was as wise aa
it was timely.
At a time when our country has prociair.-.ed
itself as the champion of world democracy we
ccn hardly afiord to have the Bncrer ol Incon-
sistency pointed a: us by that sear-.?:-.- ol
ity which by its very nature is the core of forward
movements throughout .he world the student
. The evil of discrimination in college I
ties has probably been a create: factoi in stim-
rig genera] bigotry than the work ol I
ts. Ii
educated
::. a
for 1 31 :. .
studei ac
. the rcie similarl re playir
test c: the world. Yc: the
Student e c profc
e :es: of us.
Ii was therefore, gratifying to see the in1
fraternity coherence make a dent in the Btru
against discrimination. We deliberately use
were dent because, in our opinion, the resolu-
tion calling for elimination of restrictive clause? in
fraternity organizations did not go far enou
A resolution calling for the repeal end cbolution
of ell provisions in college fraternity constituttions
against any student because of reliaion. rare
colei or creed would have been more salutary
ircm every point of view. The moral effect of a
firmer stand miaht weil have become an incal-
THE DESTROYERS
culable tartor in eradicating discrimination in
circle? where i: has no riaht to exist in the first
Hebrew Aeadentu Pro(.r
Growth and prcaress of one of Miam tu.
dynamic community institutions, the'?
Academy, will be commemorated Surd
when our leading citizens rxmictoate
school's second anniversary .-Z"'
Since its inception in 1947, the acadenwl
an enviable record in severe! respect
har its student body grow: ~Q,"I
pupils to the present enroll] :
curricula has shown en equally impressiS
velcpment Now, courses first til!
seventh grades and kinder- w -J"!
the institution.
The fine record achieve Heine*
demy in imparting a well-i liberc5 ed
lion to its pupils and i: -.'."..'
recognition by members
testimony indeed to the efforts
porters and benefactors of th :hcc
the vision rf the founders.
Progressive education, as demonstrated J
academy, is an important j| :-5 '^L
ment of our children of todc-. ..; -e .,
of tomorrow.
The Heorew Academy was originally desii
to transmit to our younaer generation
{.reciation and understanainc r>f the rich bad
c America, as well as the cultural heritage c
Jewish people. As the leading Miami bJ
citizens and educators who have sponsorad
academy prepare to formally observe its set
anniversary, it seems that the iricinal air
the institution have been admirably tuMei
Center Winter llav (amp To Open
Doe. I!) To :I0 For Kids To 12
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Spivakovsky Will
Give Concerts Here
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p| :
thi '...-..- t Mi S
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Decembe 11
''. nd en ng Di 12.

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young '
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twice previou
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form) el bead-
lining big very-

The winnei if I ttle is
slated to meet Bobby Dykes next
week, providing Bobbv gets the
Doc's O.K.B.C.
Feinberg Named
Herbert Selig Feinberg. son of
Mr. and Mrs. lasdore Arthur
Feinberg. 3423 S.W. 16th St.. ha>
been named a member of the
student government executive
board at St. John's College. Anna-
polis. Md. Feinberg is a senior at
the school.
' n-tw rling An ng >] -
vents unity-
y n Dece
21, :.....-d iv i nil it i'
I vies on Fridi after-
: h urs will bi froi
4 : :.:,.
S5 I bers ..nd $7.50 : .
: the : '
Tl i not s
incl but hildrei bring
Stail Toby Ja I --
Mori Mar-
P S Eleai
Ostfeld. plu
lists ii mus | | I
ling
A sr> | _:. is plani
ii Iren between six in I
si ii n will :
ber 12 to 16 in 1
:. md evening i thi enti
S W 16th Avi
Ehrenreich Unveiling
Pi. : a monument
t "., t | ii late Wil-
.. husband of Mrs.
Rose Ehn ich, w ill take place
:. Sunday, December 11. ..t 2
p.m t Ml Neb Cemetery with
Max Shapiro officiating.
Mi. Ehrenreich, who passed awaj
Novemtx r 29. 1948. is also SUl -
vivi :.-. Milt m. Mi
Beach and Dr. Jack, Buffalo. N.
\ : ne sistei Peai I; and t m i
thers. A:, and Sol. Relatives
and :...:.:- .... asked to rx
present.
Roder Unveiling
Th< i--.i. ati n nument
. of the late Rose
Rodi of 1 552 Washing-
I :. Av Mian i Beach will take
Sun De embei 11, at
- : Nel Cemetery
- nd latives an
ti
I amara 1'itit To
Sponsor CoBoert
Tan-..'., a Chapter of Mizrachi
W in en will sponsor a Chanuka
t on Tuesday. December
20. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Wom-
an's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Dr..
with J.ian Field, violinist, and
Elizabeth Fishhein, pianist
MteS Field completed her New
\crk oncer: at Town Hall on
November 27 and was acclaimed
by Ibe New York critics as an
accompushed artist. This will be
her first concert in Miami.
Mrs. FSMsein is a personal
friend of Miss. Field's, having at-
tended the Music Department of
the University of New York with
her.
All ti ;ki ts are being sold at
SI.50. which includes tax and may
be secured bv phoning Mrs. C.
Turk at 9-7194.
Bell Unveiling
Stein Unveiling
D >ra
St. n f 3616 S ''" --
take i 5ui
w : :
Plot of Mt. S it
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: lent I 5:ster-
I f th n ;at;on
er i
the ]
5:sti lives
" nonumi ni
' lor : the lati San
: : 43 B v St
tak place
luesd D< :
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:- it :. Fl '. ;
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ii ox a I- or ii in to
'ii Kith Season
Obituaries
Furman Unveiling

larnett
Furman, who Fel
take place Sui
11. at 2-30 |

Irving Lei
' Fun ire fou
ns Irving : N. w Y rk, i!
ighters Mrs. Al
R< n. Mrs. Alfred L M
Ar n u all I Miami
I M Mini
if Ni \ irk me .,: : Mrs
'- ..!. !
friend.- are requested t i attend.
Cohen Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Hyman
Cohen, who passed awav Januarv
7. 1949. will be held Sundav. De-
cember 11, at 1:30 p.m. at Mount
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Mr. Cohen is
survived bv his wife. Mrs Lilly
Cohen, and a daughter. Mrs
Dorothy Idov. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
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l*ffc -:. Ave., pa.....I
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' bj !,. i:,.,. i, M..,,,..
WRS. FRANCES SLOVIN
' of U4.: MarMlllr I r i\... paaaad
..< .. thla .-. k she leavi hn h ia-
I two aiatcrs Elu Bcrnwd
lind Eva Khoalak, and brotbor hv-
:uk T'i^ ilnt were aenl lo \'.-w
ITorli for aarvlcca ..n.l lnt*rmnl by
th^ Beach Ml moi lal i'Iihik-I
NATHAN REITER
. '< 311 Euclid Ave., paaaad awaw
this \\ The remains were sent to Chicago for
M Ii aad Interment by the r,.;1. h
i Memorial Chairl.
msecutive
son of iutdooi musical, lectures
and discussions will open Satur-
t 3 p :.. at the Spinoza
at 124 ilth St. Miami
B D Abraham Wolfs >n.
,':..< ".. :". has announced.
''. tings are I id evei > Satur-
3 to 5 and
.: from 8 to 10.
this m.>nth
:- "An Inti ducti >n to the Life
Philos | hv of Spin
Dr. W :- n, author '. "Spin'/a:
'. I. : !',-. m Dei i i bei I I;
review of Hen:; !': :. '.:'-
: rick Chopin" by Edward
(Jniversitv : Mi-
. mi, Dec 'mber 17:
jy" bv ch. :'..- H. Lee, au-
"Why Grow
by Dr Max Warmbrandt.
n ite i N v Y irk author and lec-
on health, December 31.
On Tuesday nights '.he forum
joins A i's Town Me tin
of the Air and the audieni i has a
chance to express their views on
the broad* isl
>lizrarhi I nil To
Meet llkfi*iiilM*r 10
A general meeting of the Great-
er Miami Mizrachi organization
will be held this Saturday eve-
ning. December 10. at 8 p.m. in
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
according to announcement of the
president. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever.
Rabbi Ever stressed the im-
portance of this meeting "as man>
urgent problems have arisen and
must be solved." The Greater Mi-
ami traditional rabbis will par-
ticipate and manv guest Miz-
rachists f rom all over the couutn
are exp^ctedatj.tfe dn Jiand.
Torah To Be Presente
To Gables Congrega
A con .
senU : Congm
I of (' II P
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arc bein i
The
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cember :ts present ci
2410 Poi Blvd.
Northside Center Ho
Chanuka Latke Party
Thi ganued
hood I
Centc: -; a Chanuka
party at th Miam
up'.*' c:. v-:-: : St
Thurs.i.,
Mrs H Per
chairman evi
her w< .
Mrs. Martii
The N Seni : ht
Chanula
and Mis
and playi
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Rabbi Ranson To Spe
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,y DECEMBERS. 1949
-----------*Jeistrk>ririinr,
Kami Hadassah Units To Honor Founder _______f. __ rmmn
H" Day Celebrations December 14 0f Gre*er MiamUHn7titute d^Tu
Mt Sinai Auxiliary To Discuss Health
PAGE FIVE
Day, Wednesday,
are progressing
ding to the presi-
de for m
Uber I*.
RtheGreater Miami Chap-
|'f Hadassah, Mrs. Miriam
I hapter fund rais-
' Mrs Anna Wolf
. ,.i hostesses will
<< twelve noon
ItV.at d-''
luncheons, leas
ties (or the dual
utiemorating the
founder of Ha-
ll i Szold, and of
elves i i her
ng medical care,
n and demo-
i what is now the
will have their
. ogram keyed
ccasion, to be
p m. over stati 'ii
pter program
. i Levin. This
i present Mrs.
!>trr treasurer,
the oldest mem-
ganization, will
: leal Hadassah
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I
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Tr:
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nips participate
in "H" Dj with their presi-
en of the "H"
follows: Mi-
ll ip, Mrs. Alex-
pmplc Isaiah
Is \>w
(bol Policy
- recently been
| inday school of
, i ring free reg-
| iction for all
I eater Miami
I membership
t I no charge is
vniture used.
\ ch is in its
:. the coursi nl
the Bureau
Newish Education of Greater
l including history, cus-
igious holidays and their
bificancc. as well as Hebrew.
> assembly program scheduled
lft cl".- ..ih session in-
m children': services with
fjws and responses, and com-
ply singing. Classes are ar-
feed to accommodate children
I W I 13 ears of age.
passes are under the direction
. J. B. Keys. Rabbi Moshay
|Mann gives advanced Hebrew
lmction and the other instruct-
are Mrs. Norman Berman.
Gloria Berry, Miss Carol
|tein. Miss Evelyn Ell and
' Schonfeld.
Bfleclassi are already under
^registration is still open for
ptiona: :, nts. Arrange-
may be made bv calling
Kevs it 78-9985.
ander Kogan, president, Mrs. Ned
Sail. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Mrs
Samuel Feldman. and Mrs I
man Olin. n D;,n
aim Group, Mrs. Jasp. c
president, Mrs. Louis Kotkin "H '
Day chairman; r>eb Sroun
Mrs. L-.uis Gidney,
Mrs. Jav Jacobi. "H" Da-
man; Hanna Senes : .,,...
M irris Alpert, pres ent, Mrs
Irving Frumkes, "H" I
man; Henrietta Sz I
William Altholz. pu
j, geph P .. -ii d
man: M. n rah Gr .. .:
ard Garnitz, pi
na:d Ste\
Stone "H" Day cl
The funds i .;.,.
various funi tions >
to me work nov
ri i in resi ttl m
ing an I med
thousands :
the new state froi
Moslem countries. It is in kei | ing
with the spur, a i'..
'1: uman commend* ;.
message to the natii nal con
tlon of Hadass
that "Hadassah is .. great
contribution to 1
people, not alone in Isn
the entnc Middle East an I
bringing American aid to the
peoples of the world."
Further information aboui thi
Miami group affairs may be ob-
tained by calling Mrs.' K
82-4141: co-chairman, Mrs. Fred
Ochs, 3-3238; Mrs. Morris Drap-
kin. 82-1005, ... Mi
Levitt. 83-2783.
Members of the education committee who are planning the
institute on M.ami Examines Its Health" to be held December G
under the auspices of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai
Hospital Left to right are the Mesdames Stanley Myers. Perry
Jerv:s. Nathaniel Levin and Jandon Schwarz, chairman.
Ifew AJC Unit
Meets Dec. 8
The newly formed Greater Mi*
ami General Division of the
American Jewish Congress, head-
ed by Frederick S. Gro-^erg,
held a membership meeting
Thursday December 8. at T i iple
Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.
Harry Simoniioff. attorr
civic loader, member of Th-,- Jew-
ish Floridian staff and m
of the national adminisl itive
committee of the American Jew-
ish Congress, was guest -.
His topic was "The Signil nee
of the Congress Movement To-
day"
Ihe group is open for n er-
ship to all interested i of
; r Miami, according to
Grossberg wrh itati d, A
lieye an alert membershii
tii p I ng crat cally
affairs of this organizati
be an important inflw i
further progress in this co
ity. In the ana of humai
'' e have aln adv formed
nittee on Employment Dis
nation the activities and future
proposals of which will .
ported at the general n
ship meeting "
Ith : Greater Miami
patients will be up for insp iction
* th Women's
Auxil Mount Sinai Hospital
1 D er 11
ll-da\ health institute. With
"Mil mi i-.x imines Its Health." as
theme. 1 nstitut
include foui pant I- >ns by
noted i s on all phases
of I li m.
Attendance at thi institute will
ted t uxiliarv i
i" rs, sini I hi h ispital's
dininj in which thi d
-: ms ... ill take place, can ac-
comm date onlv ii. I n bei. A
small fee is to cl 11
: cover c sis and lunche> .n will
be si rved bi tween the d
"The Case History of Gn
Miami." a discussion ol the citv s
the committee planning the i
are Mrs. Jandon Schwarz. chair-
man, and the Mesdames Rudy
Baum. Maurice Blau. Bernard
Goodman, Perry Jervis, David
Kirsch, Nathaniel Levin, Stanley
Mj i : i nd Harold Hand.
Beach V To Open
Winter Hay lamp
The Miami Beach YMHA will
I i a day earn]) for school
children at the Miami B
th Center during winter va-
!. from December \'.< i i 30,
The camp will be undo
n of the YMHA pan
committee of which Mrs. La i
berg is chairman.
Transportation will be provided
for those who want it and the
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population and its health trends. camP Will 1h' conducted in the
will be the subject of the first !Smeanner as the regular
morning panel. Dr. T, E. Cato, di- MHA limner camp. Athletics. |
rector of the Dade Countv Board .'"? ""d crafte. mu/,c- dancing |
of Health, and R. B. Roberts, pro- *nd ot,hler camping features will,
fessional economist, will partici- be on the agenda,
pate. Parents who are interested may
Also scheduled for the morning ] contact the Beach Y for further
session is the panel, "A Special information. Registration will be
N. Chanin of New York, educa-
tional director of the Workmen's
Circle, was guest speaker on
the fourth Jewish radio broadcast
over station WMBM on Sunday.
December 4. at 4:30 p.m. The pro-
gram is presented by Joseph Birn-
baum. Cantor Samuel Kelemer is
musical director and Leon Forem,
cultural director.
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and SALT FREE!
A tempting treat for
everyone, at all times-
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
Oven-Crisp
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special diets
because they
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NO SALT!
TRIPLE-PACKED
TO PROTECT FRESHNESS!
Symptom: Problems of the Aged."
Leo Allen, director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged: Dr. Herman
Selinjcsy. psychiatrist: Miss Lil-
lian Harmon, director of Dade
County nurses; and Maurice
Grossman, director of the Miami
Jewish Community Center, will
discuss the effect of the elderly-
group on the picture of Miami's
health as a whole.
"The Treatment in Progress on
Greater Miami as the Patient." a
discussion of the health facilities
now available in Greater Miami,
will be conducted by Dr. Harold
Rand and the directors ot M:-
ami's threi largi si hi spitals now
functioning: Dr. Charles C. Hill-
man, director i t Jackson Mi
ial li ; Dr. Harold F. Mi -
Ian. Pr; :- C i- :-., :! -p :a!. .". .
i; tn< M ant Sinai
I
Or. ning-
' ns ill ition encej
W t Is the Pres pi m?" will
:.; E l<
W it< [ax Orovitz, Dr.
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Stai dyers : lis --
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nd le-
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Northside Jewish Center. 6231
N.W. First Ct.
.i> school classes even Sunday
at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655
N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under
n t.f Rev. Philip I-: : i il B701
\\\v. ith Ave. on Mondays and
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
cvsky.
P day evening s- i i :
Sal .-. day moi nlne tervlcet al -
irlna I rnlnj -....- Rabbi
..i \ B ( M'lll I V
\ Antci in Saturdaj i
n the abbl w ill speak < Uhetl
Mi!., ha .[ followed by
sbalosh Seudoa and Maa m
i dally at
- i \ lei d 11} at 15 followed bj
Laws and Cust Mai -
lows, Classes will be conducted by
Rabbi Rackovsky.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Friday r\ enlns services at ;
Sat irds moi runs at 9 -; L.
- ig-arman, pi Inclpal, dell> er a
frmon on \V t I Exi ret I Jew-
sh Life.\ii Answer I Mai Mad*
Mlm ha at !
H > ud< >S i'.i: '. pel fS
; i nd
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
*2th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Ke!emer.

Bar Ml
M Mi -
'. ..
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Mil |
lowed by M
! lar Mitzval -
followed .i
-
Hebrew 15 I
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
-lox', 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
t-iilni: m 5 i
I! at
'
I
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Miiton Freedman.
. i
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Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
3ade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
lay P. Mann.
oat a sh Rsadi r In eonn< i -ttn
with Jewish Book Month Dr Paul
offlei a* antor. A re-
..; W|i| follow Ri lllo ii school
s mda> morning at 10.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
I Fi '! v evening
gaturda nlng at 8:80
Rabbi Mi hi ff "-ill deliver the ser-
Canti r'edi i chant thi
... t 10 a.ni
under dlrei tor of A J. Safi Rabbi
-. v teach Bib class
at t p.m. Shalosh Seudoa at "i v <<<
7 .,'.,1 \ a in anil
\:1S um Rabbi conducts dall> course
. study < "The Mlshna." Rabbi will
thi Portion nf the Week
on i 1:80 Monday
- |... .,::.! I m t.i noon
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Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 145 S.W. 45th Ave.
lay services at : a m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Pi day evening servh es at I P m
n % sen es at 9 Sun-
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Sal lay moraine at 9.00
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
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Temple Emanu-El iReform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal1. Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Car.tor Joseph Malek. Avenue
Palermo near Le Jeune.
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ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Lat< Friday service al 8:18 om.
Rabbi Lehrman "ill speak on "The
. Dream Saturday morn Inn
, v j, .. ,n : in U.iMii will preach
on "The Weeklj Portion of the Law."
Dally ser%'lces s a m and 5:15 p.m.
Temple Betn bnoiorn tLiberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 1:18,
Kronish will speak An Oneg
i will follow the service in the
patio, tiunda) school .it B:45; Hebrew
.^. hool 8:13 p hi dally.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
1-': i,l.iy evening: services at 6:30.
Saturday mornlnc at a in. and In
the vi nlnj at 5 followed by Bhatoa
Beudos Dally servloes at S a.m.
Mlncha-Maarh .it 5:00 p.m. Vounu ln-
rael members from other branches are
invited to attend servl ea and other
a Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Tan We Be Faithful m the Torah
In .t Non-Jewish EJnvlronment?" Gueat
will officiate at
i The rabbi will lec-
ture >Ui t 4:15 "ii "Jai ob The
Transformation .-f Israel's
- Realities and ienulne Re-
l at 4 15 followed
i donated by Harry'
/. ,-.,i remarks by
truest* I follow, .ift. r hi h Maat Iv
., | services at 8
Maari> at 5:45 Dally
with Ri
a.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services from 8:S0
to 8 i'in each we.k will be droiidcast
over vVWPB. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Ifaurlce Manwhes win eonduct
services assisted by the Beth Dnvid
choir under direction of Leon shift
III keeping with the t'hannka festival
the rabbi will preach on "Lei the
Lights Glow." Services win begin al
vi*. p in Leo Lenta, foreign editor of
the L'nlted Nations World will be gueat
speaker. Saturday morning services al
: b "i The rabbi will sneak on the
Portion "I Law, Student Cong;, Satur-
day at 10:80 a.m. Hebrew school be-
tween 8:80 and 8:80 p.m. daily.
North Shore Jewish Centet
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz
Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip
Fried.
Friday evening s*>rvl<*OH at **:1" p.m.
The rabbi will m-Mik on "Why Kell-
flon?" An open forum discussion and
.u. Ontfl Bbabb&t follows. Saturday
morning aervlc6> at 9 a.m. Sunday
school al 1*' a.m. at Biscayne Element-
ary School.
Mrs. Weintraub Nerd
Mrs. Sidney L. Weii3
chosen chairman of h?r"J
organized Dade r *
Youth Unit To Meef
sentatives ,,f the zoa 'i
dassah. will be held m ,tndl
cember 12. at 8:15 a a?'*'!
Removal Of Offices
Stanley B. Richard, attorney at
law. announces the removal of
his offices to the Mercantile Bank
Building. 420 Lincoln Road, Mi-
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AY( DECEMBER 9. 1949

ier Is Named
nclave Chairman
[".I. ,n s, Miller, Miami Beach
j ., n appointed by
I ice in St. Louis aa
tntion chairman for the Nu
Ttositon legal fraternity con-
held in Miami
;>;{ through the 31.
nnounced that he will
bally extend invitations to
L|y elected Sen. Herbert S.
tan: Judge Jonah J. Gold-
former candidate for U. S.
[ ', York; presi-
Bernard Baruch:
goV( ... Ellis Arnell of
*ia- and Barnett Hodes. cor-
for the city of
landing members
I
tlegatf- from Uvcnty-Uvn
[ xpected to attend
K..;. na|j (invention to be
[in Florida A large number
nd undergrad-
C; headed bv Harry Smith.
I to be present.
1 tinn d< legates will be
U in the J< fferson, Bancroft.
[Haddon Hall hotels. A pro-
L 0f ties has been
tied, in a luncheon to
tj an ti I iudiciary has
invited.
I nental in the
hiiation ol Nu Beta Epsilon
I ;he U "1 Miami
I as its first
J '.;,- re-ele
I I the last na-
I
|elin*ky Will
rak To Parents
: Mi ii- par en t-
l sions
I Miami Jewish
will Feature
| .local psy-
ili speak on
\ a the Family." on
December 13. at 8 p.m.
ladulls are invited to attend
vs Mrs. Le >
|H, if the series
i vening L mis
itive director
peBu:c- .1, wish Educa-
|spoke Jewish Child
Von-J irld," and on
I vmour Blum-
la! launche'l the series with a
kaionof -Y Child and His
ftionshi] the Family,"
Gershon Miller
Center Forming
Vouth UU>t> Club
A youth glee club I 30 .
is being organized by the i
tinn division of the Miami B< ich
Jewish Center, it has been an-
nounced by Fi /. di-
i >r of education and
activitii.-.
Bo;
of ten and thirti en ttendin
center's
trained by C
en to jjt. '-
annu C h >n Sun-
day, D en i r 18. at 10 a.n :
whifti time thi traditioi ;
will be ;
Tin glee cl
the ci lebration d in the
miniature ...;;
lighl the Cl mi .
Plans have been mad I n the
n appi if tl
club at 1
eptions
Y riday n
Council Women
Te iloi.i Yea*
w I Jl wish
'''' 13, it 1-30
p m
bley, memb,
A \
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lobe
th-'.V!' :' hmes
rliami
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mem 11
Th; mp held egular
v.D ember
V ;'" ,V ;: tel, Mrs.

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v i Mrs.
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: Mrs. Irv :,

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1 '' liscu m foil iwed.
AJC Director
Visits Here
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Gables JWV To Meet
Next meeting of the Coral
- Post of the Jewish War
Will be held on Wed-
nesday, December 14, at 8 p.m.
I at the Coral Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center. During the meet-
ing nominations for officers to
head the post for 1950 will be
made with the elections taking
place at the following meetii
January. All men and women who
are veterans of World War II are
invited to attend this meeting.
<>allK Zionists
To Ilolil Parly
A benefit card party : ir the
Coral Gables Zionist District, will
be held Saturday evening, De-
10, the h ime I M .
and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons, 1624
S W. 17th Terr.
Co-hostesses for the affair, with
Mrs. Lyons, will be the Mesdames
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Personally Speaking
Mi. and Mrs. Howard Goidel are honeymooning at the
Sheny-Frontenac Hotel, Miami Beach. Their marriage, which
took place in New York on November 27, was of interest to
their many friends in this area. The couple will reside in Jackson
Heights, Long Island, N. Y.
* *
Miss Minna Zetzel, former president of the Women's
Division of David A. Lourie Lodge. B'nai B'rith of Chelsea, Mass..
is new staying at the All=n Hotel.
* *
Visiting with the Bill Glicks are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Guitman, Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mrs. Glick's sister and brother-in-l-iw.
The 3rooklynites will be here several weeks.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 1605 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, was
called to New York last week by the illness and subsequent
death of her brother, Max Gerstein. Mr. Gerstein passed away
on Friday and was buried on Sunday. Mrs. Appel is spending
the even-day mourninq period at the home of P. Raizer. 1194
>:;nan Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
* *
The bris of Jan Gilbert Loeb, son of the Anton Loebs, D:
Lidc Island, Miami Beach, was held ct the home of his paren's
Thursday with Rabbi S. M. Mcchtei officiating. Sandek
wat The baby's grandfather, Sam Ravitz, and godparents were
F.::e.-.ce and Dr. Lou Lytton.
* *
Lawrence Grossman, writer and lecturer of New York boa
arrived in Miami Beach for a prolonged stay. Mr. Grossman,
; .s living a: 824 Alton Road, has been active in literary
c~r.]~s In New York and is considered an authority on en
:sophv and Jewish life.
*.-**
^r. end Mrs. Jules Kranz have returned to their winter home
:r }-!.:.mi Peach after several months in Brook'.vr. N. Y.
* *
Mr. end Mr=. Joseph Lehmer became the parents of a baby
~oz\ Michael Roy, or. Sunday, November 6. Mrs. Learner is the
former Edith Jewell Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry V.
K n, 3C9 N.W. 59th Terr.. Miami
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Giazer, 1451 S.W. 5th St. were hosts
al 3 dinner in honor of their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman G'.czer of Revere, Mass. who were honeymooning here.
The rouole was married November 5. Out-of-town guests at the
-: were the Misses Hilda and Frances Neuworth of New
Ycj : 3ity.
*
''.. and Mrs. William Rosenberg and son, Edward, arrived
rece: tly from New Yoik to spend a month's vacation at the
Central Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay, they are
being entertained bv their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brett-
he.-2, 160 S.W. 17th Ct.
-* *
Honeymooning at the Surfcomber Hotel. Miami Beach, are
Rcbb: end Mrs. Seymour Fenichel, who were married at the
Par)! Royal Hotel, New York on November 27. Mrs. Fenichel is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levine of Brooklyn and
the '.iece of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Beqr, 2135 S.W. 11th Terr., who
were hosts at c Sheva Bruchos in their honor last Friday
evening. Present at the affair were Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April
?abbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer as well as Cantor Berele
Ke.r~.er, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard,
Fred Dchs, David Singer and Ludwig Lazar.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin announce the birth of a son.
Lou s E., on December 7, at St. Francis Hospital. The father is
FIcj da regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
i nth.
+ + .
After a summer spent in various parts of the north, Mrs.
Dan.el Cromer has returned to her home at the El Mirasol Apart-
men S, Miami Beach. Mrs. Cromer spent time in Canada, Detroit
and Atlantic City, in addition to visiting her dauahter, Mrs. I. D.
Woii, Jr., hTPittsburgh.
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Guy Goldsmith. 2520 S.W. 22nd Terr., an-
nounce the birth of a son, Steven Michael, on November 16.
K'.baum
Betroth&l Revealed
t Miss Roslyn El-
Rubinstein, son of
VI Paul i Ru instein, has been
her parents, Mr.
."... k Elbaum, 438 Es-
\V '.. :!. Beach.
Th id'e-el I itten I New
v rj5 stat rs College and
.. ; -.- rsity or M>
meml er >1 Junior
Hadas ida Educa-
. n Ass iati n
Mr. Rubinstein graduated from
L'n -': I B isle, Switzer-
land He makes his h >n at 2166
S ".'.' L4th T<: and Is head of
as.
300 Expected To
Attend Dinner In
Honor Of Whitman
Over 300 pers ins are expected
Ito attend the testimonial dinner
I being given by Congregation Beth
of its president.
.. ; Whitman, on December is
al the Beth. Jacob Community
Hall.
Among -e who have been
invited to the affair are numerous
city and state officials, as well as
other dignitaries in the area.
Judge Bernard Frank, who is
arranging the program, announces
that he has secured the services
of topflight professional enter-
tainers. Lenny Dawson's orchestra
will provide music for dancing
following the dinner.
Other members of the dinner
ittee are M. B Frank and
Sonz. co-chairmen: Mai
Englander and Saul Genet, pub-
: ity chairmen; Dr. Maurice
Klein. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
S S '. artz and Samuel
Deutt
Ilit m*4> To Aid Palsv diroup
A Heart Throb Dance" will be 10. at 9:30 p m. P:......is will go
bv the A.L.S. B'nai B'rith
al th< Caribbean Hotel. 3737 Col-
lins Ave.. jn Saturday. Deci mbe
to the Cerebral Palsy Ass .< lation.
Tickets can be bought at the
door or at 304 S.W, 8th Ave.
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.Mrs. Weintraub to
Head 1956 Appeal
Speakers* Bureau
Ann nt that Mrs. Stan-
icy L Weintraub has been named
'.-> head the speakers' bureau for
the 1950 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal was made by Dan Ruskin.
appeal chairman, this week.
Ml Weintraub called a meet-
: the members of last year's
bureau and other community
leaders for Thursday. .December
h. at 12 noun at the Royal Palm
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Leo Lania was guest speaker at
the luncheon gathering.
Present at the affair were Mrs.
Alexander Kogan. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. Mrs. H. C. Moser. Max
Orovitz. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry.
Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser. Sidney Greenberg. Saul
Genet. Mrs Lena Mmtzes. Rabbi
Moshay Mann. Sol Sugarman,
Jack Abbott. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Milton Friedman. Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Mrs. Abraham Goodman.
Mrs. E Karger. Maurice Gross-
man. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro. Dr Donald D.
Michelson. Sol Ashkenazy, Sam-
uel A Rivkind. Irving Trankel
Jacob Sher. George Chertkof.
Morris Klass. Harold B. Spaet
Stanley C. Myers. William D
Singer. Louis Heiman. Mrs. Monte
Selig, Leon Kaplan. Dr. Jacob
Kaplan. Mrs. Isaac Levin. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Gus Jacobson,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Burnett
Roth. Harold Turk,
Mrs. Weinkle Heads
Women In 1950 CJA
Mrs. Carl Weinkle has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Women's
Division of the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal. The announce-
ment was made this week by Dan
Ruskin. chairman of the cam-
paign.
Ruskin praised Mrs. Weinkle
for her willingness to devote the
time necessary to make the wom-
er's part in the campaign a suc-
cess. "I am highlv gratified." he
said, "and know that Mrs. Wein-
kle will give her unstinted co-
operation."
Upon taking over the job. Mrs.
Weinkle's first act was to name
an advisory committee composed
if over one hundred women. Mrs.
Weinkle also called a meeting of
the presidents of all Jewish wom-
en's groups for Thursday. De-
cember 8. at 10:15 at the Royal
Palm Hotel. Miami Beach. Leo
Lania. noted author and lecturer,
and Gus Jacobson. executive di-
re.-l >r of the Miami Beach YMHA
and chairman of the sub-commit-
tee on attendance for the De-
cember 18 conference, addressed
the gathering
Fi St meeting of the women's
unit will be held Friday. De-
ber 9. at 10 a.m. at Federation
headquarters. The role of the
women in the 1950 campaign will
assed and Lania will be
-peaker.
BrdKklyn Couple
To Marry Here
Miss Esther Sponder. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Sponder.
and Lou Bernstein, both of
Br i iklyn, N. Y.. will be married
at the Granada Hotel. 1017 Merl-
in Ave., Miami Beach on Sun-
day. December 11, at 6 p.m. A
reception will follow the cere-
mony.
Th bride-elect attended schools
in the North and served in the
WAC.
Among those who will attend
the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs.
Al Be.-man of Miami: Mrs. Lena
Gottlieb. Mrs Joseph Finkelstein,
Brooklyn: Louis Mintzer, Mrs.
Fannie Kirschenbaum and son,
W ": im, New York City.
Hebrew School
To Give Parties
The Miami Hebrew School and
C mgregation will hold a Chanuka
latke party on Sunday. December
18, at T::i0 p.m. at the school
building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Sam Schulwolf. chairman of the
party, announces that there will
be games, prizes and the tradi-
: inal latke.
Dorothy Hsenh;
Herbert Bi01n m
Miss Dorothv Rn ')'
darter of M: ^H
Rosenberg. 4880 P,etree r?
am. Beach, became thV?!
Herbert H. Bloom 1 T*l
Frank Bl J* *J
on Sundav at the Kn 'tt
the service al ?h noa?"*!
Given mm
ther. the bri I
gown of whit.- i Randv J
7th b u&HI
sleeves wen ol mst^f '
Her tv,h- 3.
organdy wings She carriM
3Sdhsersbi' 1
Matron was 1ft*
man Bloon ,e jJ
embroidered net Miss R0J
Livorsi of / 3eac?se?
embroider
Norman Bl ishista
best man :d ^
was us ,
,Th(' '"' ~ RoshL
who came from xrri
chelleHiiin S :i,.: and (gJ
Court Colleg. L.kewuod N,T
Mr. Bloon formerly of "t
Beach. N Y ;erved in the i
guard for : .: vears. He attt
the University ol North Cu
and is ass > ted with Fash'
in-Bloom
The new I will bail
at 9354 E. B Han Dr.;
Decembei 21
Mrs. Hi H. Bloon
HEALTH RESOS
HOTEL- SANITAB1U
A party for children
the
Hebrew and Sunday schools will
be given Sunday afternoon. De-
cember 18.
Sholem Women To Meet
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet Tuesday night.
December 13. at 8:15 at Congrega-
tion Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. j
according to Mrs. Harold Rand,
president.
Initiation of all new members I
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DECEMBER 9. 1949
>seth Israel Will Conduct Week-Long
iication Celebration Beginning Dec. 16
. _..i Pnnm-peation. D.m. when Pantro- t ..a. r
^J^istfkridliar
PAGE NINE
[srael Congregation
Ave. Miami Beach,
. week-long dedication
in which communal
Euclid Ave
1 a
Lration "
artists
nationally known
tfr Mia rabbis whl
vibration will get under-
g* December 16. at S
Card Blumin To
tome Bar Mitzvah
when Cantor Leib Lange,
coming from New York
"tr*""
p.m
who is
especially for the occasion, will
officiate at Friday evening serv-
ices. The New York cant.,, wil]
also officiate at Saturday morn-
ing service and participate in the
musical portion of the dedication
ceremony on Sunday, December
18, at 4 p.m. Mayor Harold Turk
and other civic leaders are slated
to appear on Sunday aftern
program.
Tuesday. December 20. ha
designated as "Ladies Night" and
officers of the congregation's
ladies auxiliary will be installed
on that evening. A pron
woman will be guest speaker.
"The Importance of th<
gogue in Jewish Life" will I
theme of the program sche
for Wednesday's Svn..
Night." Presidents of all Greatei
Miami synagogues have been in-
vited for the event.
"Jewish Education Night" is
slated for Thursday. Dei en bi !.:
Children of Kneseth Israel Tal-
mud Torah will participate in ,,
Chanuka program at this as-
sembly.
On Sunday. December 25, at 3
p.m. a Sefer Torah presentee' t
the synagogue by Solomon stern-
er will be dedicated. At 8 p.m. on
that date a buffet supper will
be held.
Further information about the
dedication schedule may be
tained by listening to Rabbi
Ever's weekly broadcasts over
|WINZ on Sundav from 12:15 to
12:30 p.m.
Workmen's Circle
Unit Installs
Harry Schuldiner was installed
'"man of the Club Ever-
Workmen's Circle Branch
iu.iu jt a dinner dance on No-
vember l, at the Workmen's Cir-
cle Lyceum, 1545 S.W 3rd St.
rau\ G ildhagen, past vice chair-
man,' sfrved m installing officer,
Joseph Duntov, Southeast-
em district secretary, and Mrs.
fyelyn Werner, English speaking
axsXr.\ ive brief talks.
"' installed at the affair
' i Aaron Aronoff, vice chair-
Katherine Laber, financial
Judith Berger, record-
!n8 Ruth Schuldiner,
i ei
I ,"': "':' Prad 11 c .mmission
'' SI the Fair Em-
ip on November
15.
Beach BB Women To Sponsor Radio
Show, "Breakfast In Miami Beach"
Bernard Fogel Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Hoininl Blumin
|r. and M 3. Harry Blumin.
,-3-d Ct., Miami Beach, an-
L e B Mitzvah of their
ield on Satur-
J December 10. at 10 a-.m. at
Imp.,. Bi '" with Rabbi
lor. Kron sh iating.
the Bar Mitzvah
[ day, December
m 2 to 5 p.m. at the Lord
11 | 1 Relatives and
fend? are inv I ;
kraforio To Be
wiiixl Dim*. 14
JThe Sp:::' I the Maccabees
rough tin Agi s," a ballad ora-
vio by I). Marius Ranson.
ritual lea of the Temple
ianu-El ol I.auderdale. and
ttor Sani.ii 1 Kelemer of Tem-
kBeth Siii n will be presented
Ia Chanuk i iinner celebration
[be held un lei the auspices of
i Temple F.: lanu-El Sisterhood
heHollyw d Beach Hotel on
pdnesday. I ember 14.
rs Mari Ranson is chair-
of the affair. Assisting as
tomen are Mrs. Edwin M.
ienthal and Mrs. Morris Sterl-
ring th. program with the
n; > will David L. Cohn,
jesearticl. What Can the Jew
m the Saturday Review of
1 d vear aroused
1 ad discussion.
Sally Dworkin Named
Sr. Judaean President
Sally Dworkin was recently
elected president of th. \ ..:-
side Senior Judaeans.
Others named to office wen
Debby Alexander, vice president;
Martin Ballas, treasurer: Anita
Miller, recording secretai j;
Phyllis Kraitz, corresponding sec-
retary; Jerry Rosenberg and
Debby Alexander, representatives
to Judaean Council.
The group is hard at work on
an original Chanuka play for
their part in the Greater Miami
judaean Chanuka festival on
December 21.
Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker on the Birnbaum
Brothers' Jewish Hour on Sun-
day. December 11. from 4:30 to
5:30 p.m. over station WMBM.
Leon Forem is cultural director
of the program and Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer is in charge ol the
music.
Itin Speaks
ert J. Balkin, regional di-
of the Anti-Defamation
pgueof B'nai B'rith. was guest
per this week at a meeting
[" Temple Isaiah Sisterhood.
topic was "Are We Making
nocracv Work?"
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Pictured above is Marina Berti.
, star of "The Earth Cries Out."
i which will open its premiere en-
gagement in the south on Tuesday
at the Plaza Theatre. The recent
conflict between the Hananah-
Irgun and the British is the
theme of the feature *""
which will remain at the Plaia
through the 19th. Dialogue will
be in English. ^__________
TWENTY.SECOND SEASON1949-50
DIVERSITY OfTiaMI 'TyMp'ho'nY ORCHESTRA
MODESTE ALLOO, M.c! Dir.cter ,
-tNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
"day. Dec ,, J:00 Mody, Dee. 12. 8-3C
Tossy Spivakovsky
TieictT
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Planning the "Breakfast in Miami Beach" radio program to be
sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on
December 20 are (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Seymour
Satin, Mrs. Morris Goldin; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man. Mrs. Samuel Pollack and Mrs. Charlotte Haas.
Bernard Fogel
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fogel.
24H9 S.W. 23rd Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son.
Bernard, to be held Saturday. De-
cember 10. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, with
bi Simon April officiating.
The Bai Mitzvah attends Shen-
andoah Junior High, where he
IS an officer of his class. He is
secretary of the junior congrega-
tion ol Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, and a member ol
Boy Scout Troop 85.
The Fogels will be hosts at a
dinner and reception in honor of
Bernard on Sunday. December 11.
ul 5 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. _____
Committee in charge of "Break-
last in Miami Beach." radio show
to be sponsored bv the Miami
Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women on December 20 at the
Delano Hotel dinin;; room, will
find making the selection of the
"outstanding good neighbor" a
difficult one as the numbei ol
nominations increase. Deadline
for nominations is December 19
and winning nominee will be
especially feted at the "Breakfast
in Miami Beach" program.
The program, using the same
format as the network show.
"Breakfast in Hollywood" will
feature Sam Levinson, night club
entertainer. Danny Kerwin will
act as master of ceremonies.
The galaxy of prizes and
awards will include a week-end
at the Blue Horizon Hotel, a
complete course in ceramics at
Studio of Ceramics, dinner for
two at Ned Schuyler's Five-
O'clock Club, dinner for two at
Pickin' Chickin'. real orchid to
the oldest lady attending, a silver
wishing ring, bouquets to the
grandmother having the mosi
grandchildren, the mother with
the youngest baby, the lady-
married the longest and the latest
bride.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Ida Optner. Assisting her are the
Mesdames Seymour Satin. Morris j
Goldin, Harry Kaufman. Samuel [
Pollack. Dave Alper, Theodore
Arvan and Charlotte Haas.
GEORGE S. LEVENSON
Formerly of Boston. Massachu-
setts, now of Greater Miami,
where he conducts a General In-
surance Agency. says: "My
twenty-five years' experience in
General Insurance has taught me
that a good reputation is estab-
lished by courteous prompt and
efficient service. Because of th !
reputation of FABB TOUBS for
such service in their specialized
field. I use them and recommend
them for all travel purposes."
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ALBERT J. BEER
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ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OFFICES
AT
12D2 PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TtLEPHONE 82-1631
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Informs the Jewish Public That:
1. Meat markets which do not have the sign .1 1 Q 3 of the
G.M.V.R. fl 1 C 3 displayed are not supervised nor en-
dorsed by the Vaad;
2. Chickens without the ring of the G.M.V.H. fl 1 2 3 are
not supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad.
Other Information In the field of Kashruth In this area ma*
be obtained by railing our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. RMkovaky, 81*
Michigan Avenue, Miami Ileach, Phone 5-359."..
HARRY SIRKIN. Pre*.
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Sec.
S. LOBEL. Treas.

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PAGE TEN
*Jen1st ncridHsw
I
i^AY_DECEMBER 9 J
--

Tropical !. To lloltl Smoker
A nembership stag smoker
S| '
nenl will be sp ins
Ti opic il I. dge of B
Monday, Di cember 12. at
10 p.m. at the new Freedom
H ise. L558 Alton K;l >.:
"
(I.nt A. Buck! Cutler has
- li< ;i an invitation to all men
.. :i the ago of 21 ami A~>
to bi the guests of B'nai B'rith
n the occasion of the close of the
. 49" membership drive.
C -chairmen of the committee
ge of the program are Mel
' ; and Sidney King Assist-
i- Alvin Budner. Harry
.-.:. Erne.-: Hai is and Sam
hments will \-
i nd thi pah!
' vre bn Sunday,
11. a1 the '
i fi m
I
A cport Wi] II : : '
ship Irivi Sidne; Kit
n. v
p v I -
Latks Card Party
4th In Hadassah Series
To Be Heard Sunday
: .
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held oi
11 f i 1:15 1
WINZ
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I t the I
I Hall
.
P
that ]
Iron'
Sholem Women Plan
New Year's Eve Fete
S !. : ''' are
ulating plans i >r .. New
's evi v."
:..: I i an announce-
ment b> Mi Harold Rand, presi-
dent.
Music will he pi Mai
M.dkin and his orchestra and
;fast will be served aftei
midnight.
Reservations may he made by
calling Mrs. Marvin Rauzin at
82-5731 or M.s. Dave Alterman
I at 82-2iu:<.
North Shore Units
Plan Chanuka Fete
North Shore I. duo and Wom-
en's Chapti : B'nai B'i ith will
annual Chanuka
partj '.'. ening, Di -
thi T. : pli Bi th
mnounced
by presidents. Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Silvi stein.
i': airman Leonard
n ;:::. i thai the en-
ter! nmi lit will feature "A I.
P ty" vith gar i ;, 3tui
unity sing ng : 11
Chanuka festival
le to d<
il ep
holi-
I
ItV.-M-h Women To
I Vf1 ->1 siiHlenis
Students ,,t the Universitv of
Miami will be feted by th,' Miami
Bi ..<:. i' pter of B'nai B' th
. woi its annual Chan
pal iv Slat) I : U Wednesday I ve-
ning, 1)' ember 7. at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Le .n Blvd..
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Ida Optner, who is being assisted
by tile Mesdames Harry Kau!-
;. Dave Alper. Morris Goldin.
charlotte Haas. Esther Popkin
and Meyer Baskin.
A buffet supper will be served
,,: (i:30 to be followed by a pro-
by the students un-
der the direction of Hillel di-
rector. Dr. Donald Michelson.
rrije+inf* A'^.-y- g g 5 >z*zr
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"One Small Y iiee." the latest
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December 10. at 5 p.m. ovei
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Participants in the fifteen-min-
ute live panel discussion to fol-
low immediately will be: William
L. Pallot. Miami attorney who will
serve as moderator: Louis B
Bush, owner of the National Em-
ployment Service: and Jack D.
Gordon, chairman. Miami Beach
Chapter. American Veterans
Committee.
Paul Lukas famous stage and
screen star is featured in the part
of a- small town grocery keeper
who is determined t, ,,
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8V DECEMBER 9, 1949
LEGAlLNOTICE___
UNDER FICTITIOUS
K-----,c UNDER I- I*-
K^VkUbToi^n a*.
LpTl''f-,'; pairing to engaaja In
1 !-' ,.' ,i. fictitious nnm.>
| al 1410 MM
I ,. h Intend to relster
' '".'; ,n,. Clerk ..f the Cli -
', i. ..! County, Ploria*.
:. :"w.i.EK
,i:i:m: ADLER
,TirE TO APPEAR
PEnfTITCOURT OP THE
F.-niriAI. CIRCUIT IN AND
iJKnF C nUNTY, FLORIDA.
J?vrFIY No. l**m
AJpp NIZIO, Plaintiff, vs.
I THE
JJSr ^npoXlZIOj Defendant.
.,.,. ,.i-..i iiti:i i" appear to
*R5 ,:,:i for Divorce
n or before the
"":,. 1949; otherwise
.....' '" *
f 'nl-V^AT-HBWIAH.
pierj; -i ('lroult Court
R. II. KICK, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
ME .1 T.M.I VNOFF,
if for "
NOTICE TO APPEAR
HBBCIIT CnURT OK THE
tWFNTH .ICDiriAL CIRCUIT
**\D Pl.l! DADE COUNTY,
S CHANCERY, No.
urn LOZli'i i. Plaintiff, vs.
RTnuR L'l I""- Defendant.
SELE*N<'i: 1-oZlTO, Bunny-
Oak, New York
.:., Shrub nak,
II .1 tn ill,- your
1 pause for dl-
_.... iy of January,
lecree pro con-
l| against you.
.1 of November,
LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Court S ......
\l. > FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
r-..\ \ PR il \N. Atty.
[ Ili.li:
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
l-HK CIRC 'CRT I IF THE
'.-H jitiIi'I.M. CIRCUIT IN AND
'> paiii: TY, FLORDA.
a., CHANCERY, N IM
JMEL M STINCIICOMB, Plaintiff,
J iLAND I. STINCHCOMB,
I STINCHCOMB,
| .; are hereby re-
lo file ince In th
LEGAL NOTICE
-k*i*t fkriciiftn
NOTICE TO~CREDlTOR!
IN AMI FOR DADE rr.CV-rv
FLORIDA. IN PRORATF v "
23239. AM v
In Re: ESTATE OF
ESTHER i:. GOLDSTEIN
Deceased,
To All Creditor, and All Peraoni Hav-
sassK:or......
calms and demands !,,
either of >
or demands I
dresa of the d
.. S,,!,l
I contain the li -
........... ,,. claimant .urn to be sworn
to and presented aa afon said, o .'
ml PnJffiuftcfc* Sec-'on l2a
Date November II, AD
IRVIN M. GOLDSTEIN,
.\s Administrator ol the Esi
Bather E Goldstein, Deceased
,,,,,,'"' PUbl'cal..... ..,, No
LESLIE C. ROME
boa Blscayne Bldg.
Attorney for In In M Q
Administrator
11 18-23 12 2-9
NOTICE TO CREDIIORS
IN THE Cyl'NTY JUDGE S Col R r
IN AND FOR DADE CurXTY
FLORIDA IN PROHATI
In R< ESTATE 01
LOUIS HTEIGER,
11. .
Tn AH anil Al I'.
Ing Claims oi Di mands A
Kstati
You, ind each
nol fled pi|tilled I
claims and demands v
elthei have
'' on or before I'H
... 4.kll ... I \...........
either of you, mnj have ..
estate of U H'lS STEIGER .1
late ol ;. de I'fiini
Florida, to the Hoi w p ni,A N'T i.\
i idgi i : I iadi Count
the same
Count ip In H ah i

......
'. Said i lalms
the legal addn
claimant and tn
.-,' a id
m-red Sri Seello
1933 I- .. \
I No vi \
Tl 1,1.1 E STE
As Admii -*.' \ i
.: I......-. d,
PHILLIPS, WALTERMAN &
ti
.1 default will
>-'. *
r n
IATHERMAN,
i' cult Court.
. '.:.-
: C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
I -. ESQ.
I
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KOI :.-. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,i.i GIVEN
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... ...
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Dadi Coi
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NIS
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NOTXE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.... LAW
L' :ny uiv En
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i-t ll ous name of
i'\ii.i-i:.-
Beach, F
said
Court of
M. LLSIECKI

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. ik's ci n
IN IND ;' .: :';
IN PRi HI ITE, N .
nK
ITS! SIX1
SARAH .-
'
'
________LEGAL NOTICE
in t^W"TPH/?h!CAT|oN
^ADW6?--ANg
toast
raja
'-ly required to file
ntered
K l. I.EATHERMAN,
(Circuit Ci '"'<
M r FEIGE,
NORMAN R LYONS C,Wk-
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PAGE ELEVEN
n. i.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
isv.M- ,,,,n!-:r"V R UK',UN'ER
Attorne) for" Apj.....ants
1010 Blscayne Itldg.
Miami, l'l.i.
11 jr, 12 2-D-1C-23
. T111^0.T,,CE TO APPEAR
^ i hi. cuter t iiHitr nis vuv
ELEVENTH JIDICIAL Ri'l T
-.F FLORIDA IN ksD FOR DADE
;.;^. IN CHANCERY. No
sINFl;[:" M, SWERDLIN, as trua-
", ""'" '' C. /. OZBORNE
'*' J rIJ OZBORNE, his r.. .,
U.fei danls.
T'r,;'vYv:S.,;,;'mM:s .....' MYRTLE
IRVA.N CHILES, his wife, if liv-
I Si
t then
!' al
113 ol U,
I ..
Park
N dins i"
"" ; ded in Plat
: tin 1'ublic
I .1.1.. ... I .
ll
ReiKi f H I Florl
You that
tl.....
linsl yo i
entitled i nd you
.-.
I nplaint
the i
i t on i
foi, tlie ll'th day i lier, A.D.
th< -' a decrei
I'atrd tl S'ovi
A
E. R :.r \ 'IIBRJI VN.
the lit i 'ourt, In
, !
I
M. FEUIE,
;.
['ALLOT a T\
.'':-. BS
NOTICE TO APPEAR
v THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
''.!".".NTV- ,N CHANCERY, No.
AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a
Florida i-orpnratlon, Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE GODSON, el al Defend-
ants
Tl: I'A CLINK GOl ISI IN
.".Tn West 189th Street
New York, New York
YOF ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO
APPEAR to the BUI of Complain) of
Mortgage Foreclosure Hied against you
in Hi- above Rtyled cause, on or be-
fore Dei oil., r 19, 1949, which mot I -
gage encumbers the following de-
pcribed personal property situate ami
liiin;.- In Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
I French Settee; l Oak Desk:
I Green us Settee; 2 Antique
Highboys; I Red OS Walnut
Chairs; l Quality Gaa stove; i
Cold Spot Refrigerator; I Por-
celain Top White Table; 1 Singer
Si ii 0 Ma. !i ni \ AF 21.1853;
I Walnut Dresser; l Metal Cnt; l
i>ak i 'liiu.i Cabinet; 1 Ink Bench;
l French i n east I Red Chah s
and Sofa: 1 Cream Double Bed;
Antique o I icsk : I Mahogany
I iresser; l Pi Ity Point lold Leaf
Sen en; Rock Map. Hlbo> : l
Map. Bine OS Arm chair: l Anti-
que I em li Seen tat ial I lesk
(Hand Carved); I Map. 91 Oblong
I Hull T
i 'Hi. ru Ise thi i of said r.':i!
f 'omplalnt lil lie taken at
l.v you.
i mi. .1 nt Miami. Florida, this 17 day
of S veil
K I'.. LEATHERMAN,
!" i the Circuit Court,
lit C irt Seal)
i: M. C. FEIGE,
Deput) C
MARX If. FABER
fi
Cnngreti
FI
11 21 12/2-5 -
DAVID ROSNER
ELIZABETH ROSNER
SAMUEL M. ROSNER
SAMUEL SLOTNICK
BLANCHESLOTNICK
FRED K SHOCHET
ETHEL SHOCHET
l I 11 I. I, .--III M | | I', |
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys tor Applicants
ll -'.'. 12 2-9-16 23
..v.- hereby
fj.....ired to file your appearance In
the above divorce action on or h fori
......imber 19, 1949, or a default win
be ntered against you.
Dated November 17. linn
\T B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
(Circuit Court Seal)
ny M. c. PEIOE.
I 'i'imii i I 'lerk
BERNARD HUTNER
Vttorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
11 23 12 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n ime il
Archer Apartments at Miami B i h
Florida, Intend to register said nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit C rt ol
i lade 'ouiily, Floi Ma.
MICHAEL M. BRi
llll.l'A BROOK
M VRX M FABER
Altorney for App nta
- Bldg,
11 :'-, 12 !
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
IN Tl P Till:
JUDICIAL
.
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the II if C
BLAN'P iN. C
. i i
Dade Counl "
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VUAII SCUM
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S.i

t and I
irn .-
rubal Vi-i
CHARLES SIM rsK> .
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\ \ ,. W.-.iN. iK \ .. -
HAH
Attorneys f Vilnili
liATED at M
N
.EATHERMAN,
irt.

M i FEIGE,
; Clerk
- PH W MVLEK
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II
12 2-S __________.
ORDER OF PUBL'CATION
1 '
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE "':' RT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fi .IL I i.\l IE 'i H'NTY l-'l.' iltll 'A,
IN I'll \Ni'i:r;V. No 12S433.
KRIST STANIC I laintiff, \ YUBP 'A
STANIC, I
YOU, YUBIC '. STANIC, an It
to fill
... .
... : '. ; i defnuli
entered ou.
I Nom 17, 1919.
K. B. LEATHERM KN,
of th '' lit Courl
i
Bj M C, FEIC.E,
1 ; .
xRD IIITNEIl

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ORD'.R TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT C( (URT I M '
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
C< J'NTY, IN iM.\.Ni'i:i:\ No
.'S6SS
LtllS i: CLAYTON, Plaintiff, va
iEORC.E E CLAYTI IN, Defei rl ml
Yu i. t!Ei IRI IE IC. CLAY l"i >N 730
.-' Greenleaf Am-.. Whlttier,
: equli eil in file an appe i -
, the abm entitled suit i >i dl-
i "i.....ii the 30 day ni : ii
i |,ro confesso w III bi
: jail '
thl 0 day of Novi
H I.
E B, LEATHERM W.
i 'l.-t k of tile Cireuil
(Cli cull Court St-al)
By M. C. II.
i put
MOIE .1. 1. TKNDRICH
' l.:i
ii7 Rises I III
Fl 'id.i
.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< ITICE IS 11 GIVEN
...
er tin e of
iley i 'onstructlon "o. nt 17:;? S W
Si et, VI Is mi, Fl n I '
.. i eglsti ; .-.ii'1 name Ith Hie '
Cli It Court of l 'adi I!
Florida.
JACK .'. BINKLEY
s \M SILVER
Utoi ney for Applii ant
neress Bids
11 25 12 2-9-16-2 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
mdei signed, desiring to
i -s under the fltlotlous nai
07 Cl CREDITORS
DUE'S COURT
m e i-m'x i n
\ PROBATE, No
, I IF
I
. UI P. rsoni Hav-
nnds Against Said
L I you, an- hereby
red to presi nt any
which you, or
ve against the
c K.ie,,.. deceased,
inty, Illinois, to tin

.. iR DADE
-------O^cTTr OF PUBL.CAT.ON
IN THE CIRC ...
. H
FL i C CHANi ERY, N-
ji.HN WESLEY SollLE. ri. to
ant. ,. I- in thi above
(1HN WESLEY NOULE
'
Vlra ...
, are hereby ord.
1 nt. H'I~.Il(>N Ull'itr tin- i itifc. ii-'iia ^....-.^ --
CHIN & LEE RE8TAI BANT at ill

before
1949, otln r-
A
,:- answi
EGGY JEAN NOl
. In. 30 dai f I"
taken -i- conf-------1 ngaiiisl
. !'
. .. .
X..'.
r LEA 'HERMAN,
'
"] IOCI.D.
'.. : k.
s VMUEL I. RAN
'
'
\ i. 1949,
!VN I i.K JBUNE,
' of the Last Will ami
Ann.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N, ?AHMi:RE-.^niVEN thai
Street, Beach, Florida, ln-
regiater said name with the
Ircult Court of Dade
I' _________
SAMUEL SCHECHTER
LEE Fl 10
GEORGE .1. rALIANOFF
ney for Api 11
2 i 12 2-9
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE i .: IT Ci ll [IT OF '
:'. KNTH .11*1 'ICIAL I
IN \ND Fl IR DADE
Tl IN CIIANC1
M U! IN Ci HEN Plaii I
PAULINE '' ilIEN, i 'i fend ..
PAULINE HIEN
N. Y.
Y(11' '. I:': HEREBY NO"
that a B Int fo
lb 1
COH1 IN I, In the
the above ed
e further
i are I required I
... .... of D
i, otl egatlo
of Co nt will be t
ii.
Tills order is to be publl li
a eek, for I
In the Jew i-1, Flo .'ii. n, a new
i In Dadi r ty, F
I lATEi I tl I6tli !.. y ol Nol I
1949.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, I
I S
By F. i. GO
l >epu
JEROME II. WEINKLE
y for l i .
711 Seybold Bids;.
. Florid
. i'. [Canoe, Da-
.?'/ FRIEDMAN
il i\
,N0T'CE n\DER P'CTITIOUt
ft)TlCP ,NAIV,E LAW
KKEBY GIVBN that
I ni to encase In
rictltloaa name of
' eau at |4U Col.
I ami Bea h, Florida,
1 ild n.i..... with
' l!l mi Court of i Mil.
L i",VN,'ll: BRmam,
BUttvtv^ Owner
| M v WE'N-8TIN &
NOTICE TO APPEAR.....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I HE
' ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIKCI i I
IN vND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1 -N',,;''
\i vri ; VRET > i 'INC. Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCIS MAERS YOUNG. De-
fendant.
Ti'- Francis Maera Young,
roQomoke City, Maryland.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or gnawer to the
Bill of Complaint for l'ivorce In this
on ." before December 27th,
IM*, otherwise sai.i till of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
v.ui Tills order Is to be published In
Thi Jewish Florldlan.
lmNK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 23 day of Nov., 1949.
h' '"" K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cli rk of the Circuit Court.
: ^WM^W. STi.CKlNC.
Deputy Clerk.
GENET & GENET, Attorneys
4-'ii Lincoln Road.
li 2J 12/2-9-16
[ 7"
ara'nea" In the abovi di.
T^i n :: ,;.,.,,
Clerk of the C
(Circuit Court Seal) (. K,.
Dji it;
NORMAN P.. I.Yi'NS. !>V-
Law
514 Oiynipia Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11,18-25 12/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N rl, .rH^RE^OlVEN that
, i ,, age ii
\X
ISTEINMAN
| L'MMBL
H/1 ; I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fltlctious name of
: IN STANDARD SERVICE at
,...... N W. 7t!i Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ________
MANNING SANDERS
SAM M1TZMAN
EI.RV STONE
Attorney for Manning Sanders
and Sam Mltzman
11/18-25 12/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVE that
ii lei signi I, deaii Ing to ei I in
.i un i. r the : fltlous i.....I
THE BELLEVUE HOTEL nl '.
I7ih Terra* e, Mia mi, Florida
to n gister anld i...... Ith tl
of the Circuit i lout'- of Dade C
Florida
HUGH L. BLACK. LeSJ
LUELLA BLACK, Lessee
AM^S BENJAMIN
Attorney for HUGH L. and
LUELLA BLACK, Lessees.
ll U-18-26 12 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiidersimiel. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PIERRE'S CONFECTIONS at MIAMI.
DADE i'OUNTY, FLORIDA, intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
ESTHER BAI4N
Sole Owner
11 '11-18-25 12 :'-:'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en.'i? In
business under the fitictious name or
Dinner Key Service Station at ZohO
South Bayshore Drive, In the City of
Miami. Florida, intend to register sal't
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
SAMUEL KEITH
HANNAH KEITH
SEYMOUR KEITH
Attorney for Applicants
1323 DuPont Bids-
11/18-25 12/2-9

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Bea?h HadaxKah
To Meet Monday

The Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its Chanuka
meeting on Monday. December
12. at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom, according to an an-
uncement by Mrs. Alexander
Kogan. president.
blighting the afternoon's
will be the particip
i. :' mr sisterhood president. Mrs.
n ler Robbins of Temple
S I m will speak on the
und of Chanuka. Mrs
R rs, Miami Beach Com-
Cen : Mrs. Clara Mae
Van N ss. Temple Isaiah; and
M x M< isel. Temple Israi I,
1 Ch mka candles in
nder ol
- thdax is
: nth.
giV :.
L pi'i -..-. nt
Bead pti :
ss. Mi i.
?. .
st Lesson I' Gl
: i '.-: Silvi n in,
. ... ; Mr and Mrs Ber-
\ Silvi liscuss "I
A- American" bj
Goldberg, educati
:e natii nal Haaasiah but i
pfrs. Fred Jonas, mi
> fiaii : m, '. .11 h n ir the ; illow-
fi memb Mesdames
. xan K in. Leon EH. Fan-
Ru B. j S ..'. tz. K. :
pp. ] : nd. C W
G -- !. n. David
Harris, Berna 'd Gol lb .
- ph Av. bi ik
:. N( IS :.
" Szo'd D v, u : discus
vent. C ittei
nnei
at C
I. Mrs. ]
Supplii
: n thi ecenl
rtcted by Mrs Silver-
... ; nied by Mrs
Ben N II present
- ngs I inuka bli ssing ovi i
11 :. andles w ill bi ven
in Hebrew by Mrs. Leon Ell.
Jack Udell, hospitality
man. :!1 be in charge of
* hnients
Deborah Hadassah Will
Meet At Delmonico Hotel
Deborah Group of Hadassah
will .meet at the Delmonico Hotel.
t>3f3 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
on Monday, December 12. at 1:30
p.m.. according to Mrs. Louis
Gidney, president.
The pros:;!!'.:, which is being
mged by Mrs. William H.
Levy, will mark the Chanuka
festival and the birthday of Hen-
rietta Szold, Hadasah founder.
Highlight of the fternoon will be
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink's re-
!'. r ir," auo-
.;: aphj : C ''' izmann.
M s, Norman Russ, edu
chairman, will give exci
"Glimpses of I n ; xplain
the meaning of Chan : < landh -
will be con-
ted bj Mi.-. L L in and
M s. Martin G
Young Israel To
Hoar Goodman
Kablii Wa III in a n
Opens \ m hu-
cp.,
of Rabbi J seph Waldman the
:ul Victoi ii ''-I on th<
..nd 12th St.
i : iors for the IM l h as in
Planni.i enti rtainmi nl ar I ti Ii -
. .v. featu i this yeai
as part of the V program
for their guests' enjoyment.
The Victor :s a 100 room and
bath hotel with aii
lining an I gnteed
kitchen.
l i Waldman. who w
damed in Hungary studied in
i] theological Seminarii i I
ed hi : th< -iii-
Ile v.
: ir the stati I Dela-
Supports f several
: x Bea h congre (at ns. thi .. -
.i has als i sponsored and
111 :.:'.- DPs who
. ated into the United States.
Rabbi Waldman is he I il a
of nine children. The eld-
est son. Samuel Waldman, co-
owner of the Victor, graduated
with a BA degree from the Yes-
hiva University of New York, and
was recently married to Charlotte
Wohlberg, daughter of Rev.
Wohlberg from the Kollell Shom-
rey Hachomot of New York City.
Dr. Sachar To Speak At Miami Beach
(Continued from Page One)
ment of the University of Illi-
nois in the '20s. He was one of
the founders of the Hillel Found-
Btions.
Proceeds from Sachar's appear-
:. ( will be used for the local
Hillel Foundations maintenance
fund, it is announced by Godfrey
K. Newman, chairman, and Mrs
Seymour Satin, president of the
en's B'nai B'nth Chapter.
Waltei Kovner, president of the
Hillel Advisory Council, termed
S har's appearance as "the
first imp rtant community attrac-
1 n aimed to acquaint the South
F] : ida area with the unusual
> ..'.:. training programs provided
. the facilities of Hillel
tidal ns."
. Ashe, pres lent of
l L'nivi sity of Mia.......
other local educators have been
invited to greet Dr. Sachar and
Mayor Harold Turk will welcome
him on behalf of the city of Mi-
ami Beach. President David R.
Isen of Miami Beach Lodge has
made available a block of seats
for student youth at the Uni-
versity of Miami and the mem-
bership of the BBYM and BBYW
groups in Greater Miami.
The capacity of the Jewish
Center is 1800 seats and tickets
made be obtained from either
Isen or Newman at 420 Lincoln
Road or the B'nai B'rith Council
office. 330 Seybold Building.
Serving on the committee in
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
Harry Kaufman. Women's B'nai
B'rith Council president, Mrs.
Morris Goldin. Jules P. Channing
and Jack Gold.
/. R. Goodman
The Your.- Israel will hold the
first in .i series of weekly Oneg
Shabb'at forums Friday at 8 p.m.
I. R. Goodman. Zionist leader,
ed lto be guest speaker
this week.
Final plans have been made by
ttee in charge of the
installation dinner-dance to be
held on Sunday, January 8, in
the dining room of thi Victor
Hotel.
N. Y. Cantor To Officiate
At Kneseth Israel
Shi ff ol New
I' vill i fficiate al serv-
ices at Congreg tion Kneseth Is-
rael, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami
:' this Saturday, according
to an am ment by Rabbi
Is..... ii Evi spiritual leader of
the synag gu .
Come and
REAL 0LP-TAAf
CMICK6H SOUP
5OUR
Ardinore
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. eminent Jewish educator, author, orator
and president of Brandeis University will speak to Greater Miami
audience on Wednesday. December 14, at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. 17th and Washington Ave.
Shown in photo are members of co-sponsoring groups. Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and the Women's Chapter. Seated (1. Jo
i.) are Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president of the Women's Council of
B'nai B'rith; Godfrey K. Newman, general chairman; Mrs. Sey-
mour Satin, president of Women's Chapter; and Mrs. Morris
GeMirr. -Standing re- tales- 4?t ChBnmng; -Waher Komer. Hillel
Councilp resident; and Jack Gold.
Just set Monischewiti
Chicken Soup o-simmer-
mg on the stove .. .watch
it bubble with golden
chicken goodness then
watch your familyspoon
it up and call for more!
Good? Ifs got to be! If*
a Maniscriewitx product!
Try it today I
MMISCHEWITZ
Odukers Soups
WITH HOODIES WITH UEPUCI
WITH MITZO MILS
CLEM CWMEN SMP
Beth David Ladies
To Sponsor Dance
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual Chanuka cabaret
dance on Sunday, December 18,
at 8 p.m. at the new Beth David.
The dance will be held in the
form of a cabaret, and music will
be furnished by Dave Tyler's
orchestra.
The program will include a
professional floor show and a
dance contest for young and old.
Refreshments will be available
at a food and drink bar.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
are chairmen of the event.
Members and friends aie in-
vited and reservations may b
made bv contacting Mrs. Weinkk.
2120 S.W. 21st Terr., at 4ti-46ti4.
Proceeds will be used for com-
pletting school class rooms.
tfjfit Plans S3
F'aKler-Gran.,,, JJJ
w>H sponsor a e.(,dpa'hC
urday. December ,o 1 V"'
the home of Mr and m P\
Marks. 44!,:, s v.- *,***
sion is one dollar 1,A^
^ude a nrln:J;-;;.,!,
Leo Rothstein chairm.'
group's New Y,/!' H
announce, thai all arr-.n.
for the evenl ,,""
at Coral G -l'.bel
have been
COlipi.
upper.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT "I- Till-:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, i IN CHANCERY, No
128811.
EAIELINE C KJOHT, Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL GARRY KIHIIT, De-
fendant.
T" MICHAEL GARRY RIGHT
Ordinance/man Pirat Class
. NltVftl SI:illn-i
Patuxent River, Maryland
ON OR BEFORE January !'. 1950,
i are hereby notified t<> file your
appearance, or armwer ti> the Bill ol
tlnl for Divorce In the above
.-. otherwise, said Bill of
ini for Divorce "ill !" taken
hp <;if. *-sd by you Thte Order to
be published in The Jewish Florldlan.
Dated Hi 7 daj of December, 1149.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the < 'Ircull Coui t.
CCIri l i' i' Seal)
By 'i '". LEWIS, JR .
I leputy '! rk.
CENKT & OENET
\ i j for I'! i: nl iff
I2 Lincoln Road
12 :'-:-;-;::-::'i
DE SOTO HOTEL
AND HEALTH RESORT
A Modern. Steam-heated. Fireproof
: Hotel. All Rooms with Private Bath
or Shower.
: Elevator and Telephone Service.
, Physiotherapy massagecolonies
. mineral baths and allied treat-
ments. Special diets for those in
need.
, A Friendly Hotel with Reasonable
Rates: $56 Per Week, Per Person
American Plan
SAFETY HARBOR, FLA.
Phone: Clearwater 3-2367
TECHNICIAN
FOR PRODUCTION
OF SCIENTIFIC
GLASS APPARATUS
is interestea in partner ...
capital, (not necessarily pr sional.) for the purpose]
opening a factory for proJ
lion of glassware in foj
Those interested should apj
to David Goldman, Ned
Baruch, Rashi St. 28, JeJ
salem, Israel
or to
J. Horowitz,
1827 S.W. ISth Ave., Mian
TEL.
We Carry a Full Line of
Strictly Fresh
NORTHERN LAKE FISH j
YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FIS
BUFFALO AND CARP
Also All Southern Fish
WE GRIND YOUR FISH FR
147 N. W. 5th STREET
Triton Hotel Dining Room
On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St.
Full Course Dinner*
Air-Conditioned
Music
Operated by Erwin Frishnril
Phone 5-6651
Jan. 5
and 6
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SUGGESTS YOU GIVE
AN ACCEPTABLE HOLIDAY GIFT
THE BUDAPEST STRING QUARTE
Feb. 4 LILY PONS8 ANDRE KOSTELANE1
With The University of Miami Symphony '
SdM MARGARET TRUMAN
With The University of Miami Symphony '
MODESTE ALLOC C
Feb. 28 EDWIN FRANKO GOLDMAN
Guest Conductor of the University I Miami S
FRED McCALL. Conductor
Ma, 27 NELSON EDDY, BARITONE

Roc"!
At the U. of M. Sym Off., Main Campus. Admin. B.J9 mu
204. Tel. 48-5812; U. of M. Ticket Off.. 340 S-^,1',n7,:.l>"i
Tel. 3-2317; Amidon's. 220 Alhambra Circle. Ccral Gao'.
Beach Radio Co., 1219 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
HAVE YOU HEARD-
W 'Midnight Rendezvous
J.*~l MIDNIGHT TO 3 AY*
Versatile Joe Craeqer brincje you music flavored .
Craeqer personality to produce an extremely en
Uuee- hours. "'. vfWS"
'*YO0A YMflQtt VlMlON FOR MUSIC ANDJ^^
I ^BSSSSS^BSSSSSSSSSSSsfl

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rv DECEMBER 9. 1949
*J^sifk>ridliar
iBie To Break
Mind >**lfc
nad.' Co1"** Society for
"i j Children will break
?for the Crippled Chil-
lundC-nK- at 10 a.m. Friday.
Iter > ^ '59 N.B. 51st St..
JjJ^, the Roosevelt School
TV .otional Children.
felCphasis Will be Placed
fern afflicted with cere-
KSv as this is the major
LC among the local group
fefi children. Physical, oc-
ted and speech therapists
.i-lTiDlovod who have spe-
cial palsy. All
I eive treatments
County Society
f. without charge.
I- eal service.
I n0l only serve
[ v,it Scho il,
I to out-patients,
] ,dults afflicted
I. who ai
" Dade County
led Children
l in the clinic
1 i begin construc-
P nies from Mrs.
[ ill ) died last
I tilled her home to
f pie(i Children's Society.
f. ', in sold and has
I nm of S8000. The
y, S20.000. will
I raised t igh benefits and
j ..Its. ________
id Party
|T., \v Club of the
famen'sCiri le Branch 692 will
K benefit card party Sunday.
jrember 11. at 8 p.m. at the
ErkmenV Circh Lyceum, 25
kshington Ave., Miami Beach.
.......i- wi towards adopt-
; an orphan, verseas, accord-
J to Mrs 1 ;. Spivack, chair-
la'-. Reserv tioi may be made
r calling 5-1031
PAGE THIRTEEN

lew
Year's Eve Fete
h the first time in its history
I* Miami Jew ;sh Community
: r wlU bold a New Year's
jV>- | arty.
wiingrtpadewoik for the affair
k the Me Anne Jacob.
HeS i Dubler. Rosa-
fund Shei and Lena Wiener.
"A GOOD NAME
li more to be
treasured than rich**."
Proverbs
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME-
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GRDO.V has been as-
JJfwted with service to
brcat Miami Jewish
causes
In
your time of need let
03 help you as we have
ion" for other grateful
families
phone 3.3431 or 9-1436
JS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director "
' i )
AJC Delegates
To Make Report
Greater Miami delegates to the
American Jewish Congress bi-
ennial convention recently held
in New York City will make their
report to the community at a
meeting on Tuesday, December
13, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt
Hotel, Miami Beach.
At that time they will pre
the accomplishments of the con-
gress in the fields of civil libi I
safeguarding American di
cracy, Jewish education, [si
and world Jewish affairs.
Scheduled to parlicip '<
p re Mrs. Loui G
m wly elected national v
dent, who was a convent i
Mis. A. A. H; '.it' n. p
dent ol I Miai I !hi p
elected area vii
Fred G
n of 1
I
.. A i Id. '' s. L. Curt
Miss M l\ ina Wi is s. J.
tein.
-..- the first ti
-s has < onvi d w
sh : oi tii" late R
sti phen Wise, founder.
Planning committee for Sunday night's annual Hebrew
Academy dinner is shown inspecting the pictorial journal which
will be presented to guests of the event. Committeemen pictured
above are Chairman Aaron Courshon. Ben Zion Ginsberg. Isadore
Goldberg. Jack Satin, Joseph Cohen. Matthew Silverstein and Jack
Burris.
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inn the event, according to Dr.
Andron.
Filling the entertainment spot-
light at the dinner will be Nana
Iwanowa, famed European con-
cert violinist, who will present
violin selections. She will be ac-
companied by Florence Kutzen.
noted Detroit pianist.
In outlining Sunday night's
Courshon emphasized
will be no soliciation
ol funds at the
dinner.
"From the rec-
ord number of
reserv a t ions
made by our
leading citizens.
we fed that the
second annivers-
ary dinner will
be a success
from eve i y
viewpoint." as-
serted Chairman
Courshon.
The anniversary -dinner com-
mittee includes Isadore Goldberg,
Jack Satin. Ben Zion Ginsberg.
Joseph Cohen. Mat;hew Silver-
stein and Jack Burris.
Revealing that officials of the
Hebrew' Academy were highly
p!e.,sed bv arrangements for the
dinner. Dr. Andron comment!
the role played in the academy's
program by the event.
"In addition to commem irating
the second anniversary of this in-
stitution. Sunday night's dinner
will help increase general knowl-
edge of the pilosophy of pi
sive academy education as ex-
emplified by the academy." said
Dr. Andron.
Iletli Jacob To
Sponsor Show
A pre-Chanuka variety show
will be sponsored by the Sister-
hood of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Wednesday. December 14. at 8:30
p.m. at the synagogue auditorium.
Nationally known artists of the
music and comedy stage are
scheduled to appear. Also feat-
ured on the program will be Mine.
Olge Bibor Stern, conceit and
radio piano artist, whose inter-
pretations of Hungarian folk
music were taught to her by her
famous pianist monther. a pupil
of Franz Liszt. Dr. Phillip Stern.
another member of this musical
family will sing folk songs. He
will be accompanied by his
mother. Mme. Stern.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will sing
melodies, in honor of Chanuka.
| He will be accompanied by Jos-
ph Schreibman at the piano.
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Wolfarth, Palmer, Bandel To Participate
In Sholem Lodge Forum Tuesday Night
"MiamiToday and Tomorrow"
will be the subji-ct of a discussion
by the three successful Miami
commission candidates at the next
Sholem Lodtfe. B'nai B'rith. meet-
ing Tuesday. December 13. at
8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation,
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Mayor William Wolfarth and
City Commissioners Louie Bandel
Fa Ik To Address
Zionist Lum*hcon
Featured speaker a! the Zionist
luncheon club meeting on Wed-
- sday, December 14, iron- 1l' IS
to 2 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor. 2 Lincoln Road, will be
Louis A. Falk associate treas
i : the Zionist Organization of
Amei
Falk. who will speak on the
topic. "War Heroes of Israel." re-
cently returned from an of!.
mission to Israel. The speak) I
author of "Jew in Amei ican
Wars" and ha.- traveled extens-
ively ..- lei turer. He is past
pr< si Ii :.' of the New Ji
Zionist Region and past editor-
in-chii : o 'The Jewish Vetei i
Allied Stone, president, Miami
Beach Zionist Disl
lub, an-
- that Harold Shapiro will
IS i
Mui ray (I n will giv<
Si r\ : ncheoi
: I, Paul
K
Lyons Speaks
I. L vons, .!
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' f thi W en Vuxil
f Organized
: Mrs \.i.e- Br. ig, 963 S.W. (ith
St.. on Frid Decemtx 2.
' "Strength
I'nity."
Bake Shop Opens
Fischi r's Baki Shop open.
cently at T42'i C illins Avi Mi-
ami Beach. Partners in the new
enterprise are Isidore and Frieda
Fischer. : :..-. | ,iu.
s ivory Bake Shop at it>84 Alton
Road. Tiie Fischers, who have re-
sided here since 1945. were in
business in Newark. N. J under
the nami I !' her Bakeries from
1910 to 1943.
and Perrine Palmer will partici-
pate in the forum with lodge pro-
gram chairman. Herbert E.
Blume. as moderator.
This program is the first in a
series of public affairs events
planned by the Sholem Lodge
public affairs committee through
the permanent program commit-
tee.
"It is the aim of B'nai B'rith to
bring members iri closei touch
with vital current affairs which
affect him as a citizen, a busi-
nessman, and a hone owner in
Greater Miami." said John Kron-
enfeld, president.
A question and answer period
will allow the audience to par-
ticipate in the program following
the regular discussion. One of
ntroversial isues to be dis-
cussed will be the construction
of the City of Miami library in
Bay!, out Park. Other items to
receivi I on bv the mayo: of
Miami and his two panel mem-
beis will be the s tax, the
m a :.'. tatiim. the Miami
convention hall and th< construc-
tion of expanded parking facili-
ties in the downtown
Due to the : ei o:d crowd i x-
pect mi audi-
torium of thi h Fl Com
tion will be u-rd Serv ng n the
committi e F the (ivic
event a e Wil '. I s
Silvei. Sidnev A
Aronovitz. Adn
pub! nvit
IZFA Installs-
J. Sterlii
lent : the hi:, -.
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Gi ssn in. :i42l Percival Ave.
. nut Gl'OVI
Others installed at the
i B >i> Smallman, vice pr< i-
dent; Dolores Simon, treas
Rita Auerbach, recording secre-
tary; Connie Gordesky, c
sponding secretary.
Barbara Epstein, past president,
served as installing officer.
Center I'lin-IV*!
Program Will
Feature Bookw
This week"s Friday afternoon
fun-fest at the Miami Jewish
Community Center, 450 S.W. 16th
Ave.. will feature a Jewish Book
Month program for youngsters of
public scnooJ age.
The program begins at 3:45 and
there is no admission. A play
will be presented by the Doin'
This and the Doin" Thtat Club.
an afternoon group of eiuht to
ten year-old girls. Prizes for the,
afternoon will be several Jewish
children's books.
The following week a Chanuka
celebration lias been planned. The
afternoon's activities will be cen-
tered around holiday games and
songs.
Miamians Named
Two Greater Miamians were
elected to office at the recent
state conclave of the Florida So-
ciety of Professional Engineer.-,
state chapter of the National So-
ciety of Professional Engineers,
at Daytona Beach.
E A. Anderson, Dade County
engineer, was named vice presi-
d( nt and Jules P. Channing. Mi-
ami Beach engineer and commis-
sion! r in the Beach housing au-
thority was elected state directjr
representing South Florida.
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Miami Beach
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Ay, DECEMBER 9. 1949
jsure-Time Facilities In Community
und Inadequate By Survey Group
i being made by
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used as a guide in .
provide recrea- ure time servi .
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I of every group and organ-
: the committee reports.
The program committee, which
:s of representatives from
all Jewish organiza-
n le ci mmunity, includes
Mrs. Leo Alpert, Morton B
Shepard Broad, Joseph Duntov,
Leon Ell, Ren Essen. Her-
; Milton r'r.i i
Cy Gi Ibe Hi rbi rl Gi lernte S
" '; '"' n, Emil G iuld. Rabbi
" G am r, Maurice G, -
Le Huberman, Charles
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in, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sid-
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I Dr. Donald Mi-
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M -. Ada Scheiner,
in, Rabbi Max
Shapir s m Shapiro, M S I-
Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Maurice Skop. Bernard Sterling.
Mrs. Martha Susskind, i:
Ungerleider, Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Elias Picheny, Morns Klass und
Max C. Gettinger.
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,y DECEMBERS. 1949 *Jeistrk>ririinr, Kami Hadassah Units To Honor Founder f „ __ rmmn H" Day Celebrations December 14 0f Gre *er MiamUHn7titute D^TU Mt Sinai Auxiliary To Discuss Health PAGE FIVE Day, Wednesday, are progressing ding to the preside for • M Uber I*. RtheGreater Miami Chap|' f Hadassah, Mrs. Miriam I hapter fund rais' Mrs Anna Wolf ,.i hostesses will << twelve noon ItV.at d-'' luncheons, leas ties (or the dual utiemorating the founder of Hall i Szold, and of elves i i her ng medical care, n and demoi what is now the will have their ogram keyed ccasion, to be p m. over stati 'ii pter program i Levin. This i present Mrs. !>trr treasurer, the oldest memganization, will : leal Hadassah -: %  |. ; lil I l I : %  j I Tr: ( • %  r nips participate in "H" DJ with their presien of the "H" follows: Mill ip, Mrs. Alexpmplc Isaiah Is \>w (bol Policy recently been | inday school of i ring free reg| iction for all I eater Miami I membership t I no charge is vniture used. \ ch is in its :. the coursi nl the Bureau Newish Education of Greater l including history, cusigious holidays and their bificancc. as well as Hebrew. > assembly program scheduled lft cl"...ih session inm children': services with fjws and responses, and comply singing. Classes are arfeed to accommodate children I W I 13 • ears of age. passes are under the direction J. B. Keys. Rabbi Moshay |Mann gives advanced Hebrew lmction and the other instructare Mrs. Norman Berman. Gloria Berry, Miss Carol |tein. Miss Evelyn Ell and Schonfeld. Bfleclassi are already under ^registration is still open for ptiona: :, nts. Arrangemay be made bv calling Kevs it 78-9985. ander Kogan, president, Mrs. Ned Sail. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Mrs Samuel Feldman. and Mrs I man Olin. %  n D;,N %  aim Group, Mrs. Jasp. c president, Mrs. Louis Kotkin "H Day chairman; r>eb Sroun Mrs. L-.uis Gidney, Mrs. Jav Jacobi. "H" Daman; Hanna Senes : .,,... M irris Alpert, pres ent, Mrs Irving Frumkes, "H" I man; Henrietta Sz I William Altholz. pu j, geph P %  .. -II %  D man: M. n rah Gr .. .: ard Garnitz, pi na:d Ste\ Stone "H" Day cl The funds i .;.,. various funi tions > to me work nov ri i in resi ttl m ing an I %  med thousands : the new state froi Moslem countries. It is in kei | ing with the spur, A i'.. '1 : uman commend* ; message to the natii nal con tlon of Hadass that "Hadassah is .. great contribution to 1 people, not alone in Isn the entnc Middle East an I bringing American aid to the peoples of the world." Further information aboui thi Miami group affairs may be obtained by calling Mrs.' K 82-4141: co-chairman, Mrs. Fred Ochs, 3-3238; Mrs. Morris Drapkin. 82-1005, ... Mi Levitt. 83-2783. Members of the education committee who are planning the institute on M.ami Examines Its Health" to be held December G under the auspices of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital Left to right are the Mesdames Stanley Myers. Perry Jerv:s. Nathaniel Levin and Jandon Schwarz, chairman. Ifew AJC Unit Meets Dec. 8 The newly formed Greater Mi* ami General Division of the American Jewish Congress, headed by Frederick S. Gro-^erg, held a membership meeting Thursday December 8. at T i iple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St. Harry Simoniioff. attorr civic loader, member of Th-,Jewish Floridian staff and m of the national adminisl itive committee of the American Jewish Congress, was guest %  -. His topic was "The Signil nee of the Congress Movement Today" Ihe group is open for n ership to all interested i of ; r Miami, according to Grossberg wrh itati d, A lieye an alert membershii tii p I ng crat cally affairs of this organizati be an important inflw i further progress in this co ity. In the ana of humai '•' %  e have aln adv formed nittee on Employment Dis nation the activities and future proposals of which will ported at the general n ship meeting Ith : Greater Miami patients will be up for insp iction th Women's Auxil Mount Sinai Hospital 1 D er 11 ll-da\ health institute. With "Mil mi i-.x imines Its Health." as theme. 1 nstitut include foui pant I>ns by noted i s on all phases of I %  li m. Attendance at thi institute will ted t uxiliarv i i" rs, sini %  I hi h ispital's dininj in which thi d -: ms ... ill take place, can accomm date onlv ii. I n bei. A small fee is to cl 11 : cover c sis and lunche> .n will be si rved bi tween the d "The Case History of Gn %  Miami." a discussion ol the citv s the committee planning the i are Mrs. Jandon Schwarz. chairman, and the Mesdames Rudy Baum. Maurice Blau. Bernard Goodman, Perry Jervis, David Kirsch, Nathaniel Levin, Stanley Mj i : i nd Harold Hand. Beach V To Open Winter Hay lamp The Miami Beach YMHA will I i a day earn]) for school children at the Miami B th Center during winter va!. from December \'.< i i 30, The camp will be undo n of the YMHA pan committee of which Mrs. La i berg is chairman. Transportation will be provided for those who want it and the DRINK OUT OF YOUR SAUCER BUT USE YCUR "KUPP" — And Buy This — 3-Bedroom, Corner, Unfurn. Home on S.W 12lh Ave. near Trail. One block to Shul. Eusss, Shopping. Total Price only $9,CC3 Generous Terms Call MR. ROCK IIAY /SI IPH I It Broker 1208 N.W. 2nd St. Ph. 3-3713 population and its health trends. cam P Will 1H conducted in the will be the subject of the first !S me !" anner as the regular morning panel. Dr. T, E. Cato, di* MHA •limner camp. Athletics. | rector of the Dade Countv Board .' %  "? "" d crafte mu / ,c dancing | of Health, and R. B. Roberts, pro* nd ot h l er camping features will, fessional economist, will particibe on the agenda, pate. Parents who are interested may Also scheduled for the morning ] contact the Beach Y for further session is the panel, "A Special information. Registration will be N. Chanin of New York, educational director of the Workmen's Circle, was guest speaker on the fourth Jewish radio broadcast over station WMBM on Sunday. December 4. at 4:30 p.m. The program is presented by Joseph Birnbaum. Cantor Samuel Kelemer is musical director and Leon Forem, cultural director. DELICIOUS and SALT FREE! 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li^viislhJBIiDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY F^T NU MBER 49 UH'iid Hospital Declination MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS turn* Jerusalem Inseparable, Knesset Proclaims TEL AVIV, (JT \ "Attempts ; [; estabStanley C. Myers and Morris Klass. prominent Miami Jewish I".. / -' nd leaders will take an important role in the 18th Annual General •-I'" Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel'are • Gunon deFunds to be held this week-end at the Hotel Netherland Plaza, clan Miamians Will Play Prominent Role In 18th CJFWF Assembly In Cincinnati v %  -. %  : %  %  • Cincinnati. In addition Miami Jewish community will ifice | with more than 1.000 d ;;,, .. lates from all parts of the United St •' s and Canada who will atI. mdon, I foi M ,eov ", ton Pn • said that ".]..' J em is ai : .'." ol the ate His declaration was endorsed by '.he ; h proclaimed Jerusalem as an insi parable part of Taoe-cutting ceremonies at the new Mt. Sinai Hospital, 4300 Jon Road, were held Sunday afternoon. Culling the tape was fcorovitz. i center) president of the hospital board of trustees. tiling him were Sam Ruskin, chairman of the building and jTning commitlee. and Mrs. Max Dobrin. presidenl of the mien's auxiliary. Between four and five thousand guests witnessed lhe cereaies at which Sen. Claude Pepper, Rep. George Smathers and ill Jess Larsen ?poke. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan offered lhe dedicatory hyer and Baron de Hirsch Meyer was master of ceremonies. Expected To Attend Dinner larking Academy Anniversary; mator Pepper To Give Address ban 400 lauding citizens support to the Miami Beach school. In the journal, various types of Jewish photography and are in several media will be reproduced. The publication will be distributed to all persons attendBreater Miami are expected to knd the second anniversary Beach's Hebrew I S it 6 p.m. at the ( I Hotel when will be chief for. > : turnout is anticipated annual dinner, accord%  C ittee Chairman |W C : i). who revealed advance reservations had • xpectations. Harold Turk of Miami P will • % %  I astmaster for the announced Dr. David S. iron, president of the instill, addition to Senator Pepper's '* add:, ... announcement P honor n II listing leading popportin enefactors of the ray. presentation of a oic. journal entitled "Blue I tor Community Living" and Wainmen: w ji] be featured at w night's event. •And, lj;: sa id tnat tne honor ''M list persona who have outstanding service and (Continued on Page 13) Sen. Claude Pepper Sachar To Speak At Miami Beach i$h Center On Wednesday, Dec. 14 |Abram L Sachaf, president tandeis University described with a Mis*iH speak in Miami Beach Mnesday, December 14, at I P-m. under auspices of the f n ?"th Miami Beach Lodge l^oniens Chapter. A record r is exp ec ted to hear the F national director of the K.B'ith HiHei Foundations ? on the subject "In De\\Z J[ rrow." The LT h M : -> the t !" the Miami uea n JCWter, 1701 Washington Ave., piHea iP^har has addressed audiItkL i univ ersitv classroom. IS* le cture platform and on networks, and is known Kr tp fu nd of knowledge of Iwrittl '? n s and "'story. He in iu a ) h slor v of the Jews .fteaiitK ? rintin K and 'S IhLt u 0 f "Suffrance Is s • a history of contemn Je *h life. He received degree from Cambridge event main audiami Beach Jewisrael pledging that the city will theme, it will serve as the nanot be submitted to foreign rule. I tional op erating meeting of the UJA Meet Ends, Adopting $272,455,890 As "Essential Minimum Requirements" ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)—The national conference of the United Jewish Appeal concluded its three-day session here last wick adopting the figure of S272.455.800 as representing its 'essential minimum requirements" for its program of further immigration and settlement in Israel, for overseas rehabilitation and relief and for refugee aid in the United States. The resolution on American Jewry's responsibility pointed out that the part other Jewish communities may play in meeting these requirements is "very limited." Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. was reelected by acclamation, general chairman for 1950. A special resolution which praised his "consecration to the life-saving tasks of the UJA and his untiring energy in mobilizing maximum resources," was passed. The critical need for removing to Israel large numbers of Jews from danger points in North Africa and the Near East moved the 1,600 delegates to call for selfsacrifice on the part of local Jewish communities, and for the mobilization of maximum funds. The resolution on the requirements for 1950 called upon American Jews to contribute to the United Jewish Appeal this coming year on "a scale commensurtwelve leaders of (central Jewish eommunitj %  ms Delegates will 11 in eds .11 1950 and formplan fo i eetlng thi i I ,; philanthropic responsibilitii th maximum effectiveness in I on tiie doi The council is the national issociation serving 800 communities as their instrument in ing with national problen and in providing central services in umd raising, budgeting and planning. Member agencies >f the CJFWF annually raise more than 90 per cent of all funds used for Jewish welfare purposes abroad and in this country. Major speakers at the assembly include Dr. Nelson Glueck. Cincinnati, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion; Harold Glasser, director of the CJFWF Institute Overseas Studies, who has just returned tend the three, day meeting, ["hej Will 1). Singi Jacol Abraham Goodman, D ii. If. Williams Apte. Sidney Bernbaum, Irving Frankel. M Louis Glasser, Joseph M. Lipton. Max Meisel, Leo Allen and les I !ohen, With "Agenda for American Jewry—1950" as the assembly quotas to local communities. Another resolution called on paralleled efforts to the great tasks which history has set before them." The resolution expressed "distress at the fact that almost 100.000 Jews remain unhoused in Israel" and that "impelling forces make i' urgent that additional tens of thousands of Jews be given speedy opportunity to depart from various parts of the world where to remain would entail actual peril to their lives." With a few dissenting votes. the conference called on Jewish communities in this country to recognize that "the saving of human life must take piority in the calendar of American Jewish communal planning." The resolution asked the communities "as an act of self-sacrifice'.' to defer campaigns for capital funds for building projects. However, if some local capital projects are 'inescapably urgent." the resolution requested that funds for them be raised outside the framework of the Appeal. To assure the fullest response to the needs of the Appeal in 1950 the conference adopted a resolution providing that "the participation of the United Jewish Appeal in accomplish economic conditions: President Myers: Julian Freeman, Indianachairman *of the CJFWF ate with the minimum needs of any campaign shall be preceded its constituent agencies — the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans." The conference also set up a committee to reccommend by a mutually satisfactory agreement between the community pnd the Appeal on the share which the latter is to receive out of th.' tunds to be raised in that community next year." polls. committee on Stable and Unified fund Raising: Bernard P. Kopkind. New Haven, chairman of the CJFWF Committee on Multiple Appeals: and Herbert R. Abelcs. Newark, chairman of the CJFWF Committee on NatiunalLocal Relationships. At the "Agenda for American Jewry—1950" session. Saturday evening. CJFWF President Myers and Mr. Glasser will be the principal speakers. Mr. Mvers will present the picture ahead for local Jewish communities, while Mr. Glasser will report to the delegates on the economic position of Israel, and its philanthropic needs in 1950. Three sessions will be held on planning for financing and budgeting. At the meeting of large cities on this problem. Mrs. Sammuel Glogower, Detroit. Sidney S. Cohen, Boston, and Herman L. Kaplow. St. Louis, will be consultants. For communities with 5,000 to 40,000 Jews. Dr. Harold G. Trimble. Oakland, will be chairman, with Dan S. Rosenberg, St. Paul, and Morris Klass. Miami. as consultants. Harold A. Goldman, Des Moines. will preside over a similar session for communities with 1.000 to 5.000 Jewish population. Consultants for this meeting are Norman Edell. South Bend, and O. A. Mintzer. Waterbury. Universitv in England and was a member of the history depart(Continued on Page 12) Shirk Speaks To USNA Meet In Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Expressing confidence that the U. S. Senate will pass a bill amending the present Displaced Persons Act eaiiv in the next session, Elli itt M. Shirk. Resettlement Director of the Displaced Persons Commission, told delegates to a United Service for New Americans week-end conference here at the Roosevelt Hotel that removal of one of the discriminatory provisions of the act would permit thousands of additional displaced Jews and Catholics to, enter the U. S. in 1950. "The date-line for DP Camp occupancy set by the act is arbitrary and unjust." he said, at a Sunda> luncheon attended by delegates from seven Southeast states. *--u.r f Israel Moshe Sharet is shown here hobnobbing with members of the Greater Foreign Minister of Israel ~ ^ in Allantic city last weekend. In the photo are (seated. Miami delegation to "f uIA Dan Rufkiru Foreign Minister Sharet. William D. Singer. 1. to r.) Mrs. Esther Weinwe. Goodman: (.tending. 1. to r.) Morris Klew. Leon Ell. Harry SSSuSiSStS 5n Sidney Ansin. I. L. Mint.., end William Glick. '* r 1



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PAGE FOUR *Jei*tifk>r/kfian raDAYj^Ba,, • • %  m EDITORIAL Heal Fraternity The decision by the National Inlertraternity Cor 1: f, ence to recommend elimination c! restrictive membership provisions was as wise aa it was timely. At a time when our country has prociair.-.ed itself as the champion of world democracy we ccn hardly afiord to have the Bncrer ol Inconsistency pointed a: us by that sear-.?:-.ol ity which by its very nature is the core of forward movements throughout •.he world the student •. The evil of discrimination in college I ties has probably been a create: factoi in stim%  rig genera] bigotry than the work ol I ts. Ii educated ::. a for 1 31 :. studei ac the rcie similarl re playir test c: the world. Yc: the Student e c profc e :es: of us. Ii was therefore, gratifying to see the in1 fraternity coherence make a dent in the Btru against discrimination. We deliberately use were dent because, in our opinion, the resolution calling for elimination of restrictive clause? in fraternity organizations did not go far enou A resolution calling for the repeal end cbolution of ell provisions in college fraternity constituttions against any student because of reliaion. rare colei or creed would have been more salutary ircm every point of view. The moral effect of a firmer stand miaht weil have become an incalTHE DESTROYERS— culable tartor in eradicating discrimination in circle? where i: has no riaht to exist in the first Hebrew Aeadentu P ro( r Growth and prcaress of one of Miam TU. dynamic community institutions, the'? Academy, will be commemorated Surd when our leading citizens rxmictoate school's second anniversary .-Z"' Since its inception in 1947, the acadenwl an enviable record in severe! respect har its student body grow: ~ Q ,"I pupils to the present enroll] : curricula has shown en equally impressiS velcpment Now, courses first til! seventh grades and kinderw -J"! the institution. The fine record achieve Heine* demy in imparting a well-i liberc 5 ed lion to its pupils and i: -.'."..' recognition by members • testimony indeed to the efforts porters and benefactors of th :hcc the vision rf the founders. Progressive education, as demonstrated J academy, is an important j| : 5 '^L ment of our children of todc-. ..; e ., of tomorrow. The Heorew Academy was originally desii to transmit to our younaer generation {.reciation and understanainc r>f the rich bad c America, as well as the cultural heritage c Jewish people. As the leading Miami BJ citizens and educators who have sponsorad academy prepare to formally observe its set anniversary, it seems that the iricinal air the institution have been admirably tuMei Center Winter llav (amp To Open Doe. I!) To :I0 For Kids To 12 T... • %  • .•ill be ; %  • 01 xl 12 I inclu : %  -%  : : Spivakovsky Will Give Concerts Here : • %  %  neral %  %  : p| : thi '...-..-• t Mi S II Decembe 11 %  '. nd en ng Di 12. %  .-. %  %  the fon young t.i I : premier" %  N York P %  %  iviione To Meei Taylor llee. r". m : %  : %  Dt-Ta ; I -• :._ %  1 Iterght .-1 • Pi ni : York %  twice previou • %  %  %  • :. ": He ip notch perform) el beadlining big • very• The winnei if I ttle is slated to meet Bobby Dykes next week, providing Bobbv gets the Doc's O.K.—B.C. Feinberg Named Herbert Selig Feinberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. lasdore Arthur Feinberg. 3423 S.W. 16th St.. ha> been named a member of the student government executive board at St. John's College. Annapolis. Md. Feinberg is a senior at the school. n-tw rling An ng >] • vents unity• y n Dece 21, : -d iv i nil it i' I vies on Fridi after: h urs will bi froi 4 : :. %  : ,. S5 I bers ..nd $7.50 : : the : %  Tl i not s incl but hildrei bring Stail %  Toby Ja I -Mori MarP S Eleai Ostfeld. plu lists ii mus | | I • ling A sr> | %  _: %  is plani %  ii Iren between six in I si ii n will : %  ber 12 to 16 in 1 :. md evening i thi enti S W 16th Avi Ehrenreich Unveiling Pi. : a monument t ".•, %  • t | ii late Wil.. husband of Mrs. Rose Ehn ich, w ill take place :. Sunday, December 11. ..t 2 p.m t Ml Neb Cemetery with Max Shapiro officiating. Mi. Ehrenreich, who passed awaj Novemtx r 29. 1948. is also SUl vivi :.-. Milt m. Mi Beach and Dr. Jack, Buffalo. N. \ : ne sistei Peai I; and t m i thers. A:, and Sol. Relatives and :...:.:.... asked to rx present. Roder Unveiling Th< i--.i. ati n nument •• of the late Rose Rodi of 1 552 WashingI :. Av Mian i Beach will take Sun De embei 11, at %  :• Nel Cemetery nd latives an ti I amara 1'itit To Sponsor CoBoert Tan-..'., a Chapter of Mizrachi W in en will sponsor a Chanuka t on Tuesday. December 20. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Dr.. with J.ian Field, violinist, and Elizabeth Fishhein, pianist MteS Field completed her New \crk oncer: at Town Hall on November 27 and was acclaimed by Ibe New York critics as an accompushed artist. This will be her first concert in Miami. Mrs. FSMsein is a personal friend of Miss. Field's, having attended the Music Department of the University of New York with her. All ti ;ki ts are being sold at SI. 50. which includes tax and may be secured bv phoning Mrs. C. Turk at 9-7194. Bell Unveiling Stein Unveiling D >ra St. n f 3616 S %  %  --• take i 5ui • w • %  : :• Plot of Mt. S it I %  : lent I 5:sterI f th n ;at;on er i the ] 5:sti lives • nonumi ni lor : the lati San :•• • : 43 B v St tak place luesd D< : %  • v i fl :zived i • Hi : : %  it :. Fl .• '. ; S,M 0|M ii ox a Ior II in to 'ii Kith Season Obituaries Furman Unveiling • %  larnett Furman, who Fel %  take place Sui 11. at 2-30 | %  Irving Lei '•• Fun ire fou • ns Irving : N. w Y rk, i! ighters Mrs. Al R< %  n. Mrs. Alfred L M Ar n % % %  u all I Miami I M Mini if Ni • % % %  \ irk me .,: : Mrs •'%  ..!. friend.are requested t i attend. Cohen Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Hyman Cohen, who passed awav Januarv 7. 1949. will be held Sundav. December 11, at 1:30 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. Cohen is survived bv his wife. Mrs Lilly Cohen, and a daughter. Mrs Dorothy Idov. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. • %  : %  \ RiCK • %  • %  %  %  n thin wife I %  • %  %  i %  • • !; ., •JRS ROSE GELVAN ... > \\ • | il r Id Mn Mri '•' % % %  %  Mia two %  x i-m A brail r cirv. ... f the i Soi don K in "••• • H Man HI %  • %  %  Mt Ni %  %  • %  ETHEL BERESH l*ffc -•:. Ave., pa I %  '•' %  al hoanii i| I't,.%  • i troll on '• • %  %  bj •!,. i:,.,. i, M..,,,.. WRS. FRANCES SLOVIN '• of U4.: MarMlllr I r i\... paaaad .•.< .. thla .-. K she leavi hn h iaI two aiatcrs Elu Bcrnwd lind Eva Khoalak, and .• brotbor hv:UK T'I^ •-• %  ilnt were aenl lo \'.-w ITorli for aarvlcca ..n.l lnt*rmnl by th^ Beach Ml moi lal I'IIHIK-I NATHAN REITER ••. %  < 311 Euclid Ave., paaaad awaw this \\n. %  ':..< •".. :". has announced. %  '. %  tings are I id evei > Satur3 to 5 and .: from 8 to 10. this m.>nth :"An Inti ducti >n to the Life Philos | hv of Spin Dr. W :n, author '. "Spin'/a: %  I. : !',•-. m Dei i i bei I I; review of Hen:; !•' %  : : '.:': rick Chopin" by Edward (Jniversitv : Mi. mi, Dec 'mber 17: jy" bv ch. :'. %  H. Lee, au"Why Grow by Dr Max Warmbrandt. n ite i N v Y irk author and lecon health, December 31. On Tuesday nights '.he forum joins A I'S Town Me tin of the Air and the audieni i has a chance to express their views on the broad* isl >lizrarhi I nil To Meet ll k fi*iiilM*r 10 A general meeting of the Greater Miami Mizrachi organization will be held this Saturday evening. December 10. at 8 p.m. in the Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach according to announcement of the president. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Rabbi Ever stressed the importance of this meeting "as man> urgent problems have arisen and must be solved." The Greater Miami traditional rabbis will participate and manv guest Mizrachists f rom all over the couutn are exp^ctedatj.tfe dn Jiand. Torah To Be Presente To Gables Congrega A con senU : • Congm I of (' II %  P man an %  arc bein i %  The %  ire -nd the / .. : :. Fi Congreg 'of C iral G ever) t cember • :ts present ci 2410 Poi '• Blvd. Northside Center Ho Chanuka Latke Party Thi ganued hood I Centc: -; a Chanuka party at th Miam up'.*' c:. • %  v -:-: %  • : %  St Thurs.i., Mrs H Per chairman • evi her w< Mrs. Martii The N Seni %  : ht %  Chanula and Mis and playi Hci". % %  : -•• VK Rabbi Ranson To Spe i M %  w %  iievi : %  the Frid 8:15 at T En -' Laudei •' '. „ %  Rholen %  M ary." Fosdi'cks .,: • Him." Published wrap Fr '%lS by me '• %  •"' : ; : Sixth Street. N %  r tered as second. ^ i 1930. at the P.-t 0. Fla.. under the Act Of Mwj The Jewish P'J"* 1 *","!!, the Jew,sh Un.ty •" a !" Weekly. 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PAGE EIGHT rjenist fk>ridteF jWPAY.DEcaite^ %  Personally Speaking Mi. and Mrs. Howard Goidel are honeymooning at the Sheny-Frontenac Hotel, Miami Beach. Their marriage, which took place in New York on November 27, was of interest to their many friends in this area. The couple will reside in Jackson Heights, Long Island, N. Y. Miss Minna Zetzel, former president of the Women's Division of David A. Lourie Lodge. B'nai B'rith of Chelsea, Mass.. is new staying at the All=n Hotel. Visiting with the Bill Glicks are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guitman, Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mrs. Glick's sister and brother-in-l-iw. The 3rooklynites will be here several weeks. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 1605 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, was called to New York last week by the illness and subsequent death of her brother, Max Gerstein. Mr. Gerstein passed away on Friday and was buried on Sunday. Mrs. Appel is spending the £even-day mourninq period at the home of P. Raizer. 1194 £>:;nan Ave., Bronx, N. Y. %  The bris of Jan Gilbert Loeb, son of the Anton Loebs, D: Lidc Island, Miami Beach, was held ct the home of his paren's Thursday with Rabbi S. M. Mcchtei officiating. Sandek wat T he baby's grandfather, Sam Ravitz, and godparents were F.::e.-.ce and Dr. Lou Lytton. Lawrence Grossman, writer and lecturer of New York boa arrived in Miami Beach for a prolonged stay. Mr. Grossman, ; .s living a: 824 Alton Road, has been active in literary c~ r .]~s In New York and is considered an authority on en :sophv and Jewish life. %  *.-* %  ^r. end Mrs. Jules Kranz have returned to their winter home :r }-!.:.mi Peach after several months in Brook'.vr. N. Y. Mr. end Mr=. Joseph Lehmer became the parents of a baby ~oz\ Michael Roy, or. Sunday, November 6. Mrs. Learner is the former Edith Jewell Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. K n, 3C9 N.W. 59th Terr.. Miami + Mr. and Mrs. Frank Giazer, 1451 S.W. 5th St. were hosts al 3 dinner in honor of their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman G'.czer of Revere, Mass. who were honeymooning here. The rouole was married November 5. Out-of-town guests at the -: were the Misses Hilda and Frances Neuworth of New YCJ : 3ity. %  %  '.. and Mrs. William Rosenberg and son, Edward, arrived rece: tly from New Yoik to spend a month's vacation at the Central Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay, they are being entertained bv their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretthe.-2, 160 S.W. 17th Ct. -* Honeymooning at the Surfcomber Hotel. Miami Beach, are Rcbb: end Mrs. Seymour Fenichel, who were married at the Par)! Royal Hotel, New York on November 27. Mrs. Fenichel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levine of Brooklyn and the '.iece of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Beqr, 2135 S.W. 11th Terr., who were hosts at c Sheva Bruchos in their honor last Friday evening. Present at the affair were Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April ?abbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer as well as Cantor Berele Ke.r~.er, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard, Fred Dchs, David Singer and Ludwig Lazar. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Balkin announce the birth of a son. Lou s E., on December 7, at St. Francis Hospital. The father is FICJ da regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i nth. + + %  After a summer spent in various parts of the north, Mrs. Dan.el Cromer has returned to her home at the El Mirasol Apartmen S, Miami Beach. Mrs. Cromer spent time in Canada, Detroit and Atlantic City, in addition to visiting her dauahter, Mrs. I. D. Woii, Jr., hTPittsburgh. Mi. and Mrs. Guy Goldsmith. 2520 S.W. 22nd Terr., announce the birth of a son, Steven Michael, on November 16. K'.baum Betroth&l Revealed t Miss Roslyn ElRubinstein, son of VI Paul i Ru instein, has been her parents, Mr. ."... k Elbaum, 438 Es\V '.. %  :•!. Beach. Th id'e-el I itten I %  % %  New v r j5 stat rs College and • .. ; •-.%  rsity or M> meml er >1 Junior Hadas ida Educa•. n Ass iati n Mr. Rubinstein graduated from L'n '•• %  ': %  I B isle, Switzerland He makes his h >n at 2166 S ".'.' L4th T<: and Is head of as. 300 Expected To Attend Dinner In Honor Of Whitman Over 300 pers ins are expected Ito attend the testimonial dinner I being given by Congregation Beth of its president. .. ; Whitman, on December is al the Beth. Jacob Community Hall. Among -e who have been invited to the affair are numerous city and state officials, as well as other dignitaries in the area. Judge Bernard Frank, who is arranging the program, announces that he has secured the services of topflight professional entertainers. Lenny Dawson's orchestra will provide music for dancing following the dinner. Other members of the dinner ittee are M. B Frank and Sonz. co-chairmen: Mai Englander and Saul Genet, pub: ity chairmen; Dr. Maurice Klein. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. S S '. artz and Samuel Deutt I lit m*4> To Aid Palsv diroup A Heart Throb Dance" will be 10. at 9:30 p m. P: i s will go bv the A.L.S. B'nai B'rith al th< Caribbean Hotel. 3737 Collins Ave.. jn Saturday. Deci mbe to the Cerebral Palsy Ass .< lation. Tickets can be bought at the door or at 304 S.W, 8th Ave. EVERY DINNER A BANQUET Florida's Most Luxurious Kosher Restaurant VnAndsd&nhnL "LINCOLN MANOR"—on Hie Ocean 2 LINCOLN ROAD — PHONE 58-41 SO Open Doily from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.— Forking for Votrons CHEF'S SPECIALS COMPLETE DINNER FROM SI.75 FROM $2.50 Miami Beach's Most Qualified Caterers BALLROOM ACCOMMODATION FROM 50 TO 600 —FOR EVERY OCCASION— CALL ON US—YOUR AFFAIR WIU. IE "THE TALK OF THE TOWN" .Mrs. Weintraub to Head 1956 Appeal Speakers* Bureau Ann nt that Mrs. Stanicy L Weintraub has been named '.-> head the speakers' bureau for the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal was made by Dan Ruskin. appeal chairman, this week. Ml Weintraub called a meet: the members of last year's bureau and other community leaders for Thursday. .December h. at 12 noun at the Royal Palm Hotel. Miami Beach. Leo Lania was guest speaker at the luncheon gathering. Present at the affair were Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. H. C. Moser. Max Orovitz. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Sidney Greenberg. Saul Genet. Mrs Lena Mmtzes. Rabbi Moshay Mann. Sol Sugarman, Jack Abbott. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Milton Friedman. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Mrs. E Karger. Maurice Grossman. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Dr Donald D. Michelson. Sol Ashkenazy, Samuel A Rivkind. Irving Trankel Jacob Sher. George Chertkof. Morris Klass. Harold B. Spaet Stanley C. Myers. William D Singer. Louis Heiman. Mrs. Monte Selig, Leon Kaplan. Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Mrs. Isaac Levin. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Gus Jacobson, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Burnett Roth. Harold Turk, Mrs. Weinkle Heads Women In 1950 CJA Mrs. Carl Weinkle has been appointed chairman of the Women's Division of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. The announcement was made this week by Dan Ruskin. chairman of the campaign. Ruskin praised Mrs. Weinkle for her willingness to devote the time necessary to make the womer's part in the campaign a success. "I am highlv gratified." he said, "and know that Mrs. Weinkle will give her unstinted cooperation." Upon taking over the job. Mrs. Weinkle's first act was to name an advisory committee composed if over one hundred women. Mrs. Weinkle also called a meeting of the presidents of all Jewish women's groups for Thursday. December 8. at 10:15 at the Royal Palm Hotel. Miami Beach. Leo Lania. noted author and lecturer, and Gus Jacobson. executive dire.-l >r of the Miami Beach YMHA and chairman of the sub-committee on attendance for the December 18 conference, addressed the gathering Fi St meeting of the women's unit will be held Friday. De%  ber 9. at 10 a.m. at Federation headquarters. The role of the women in the 1950 campaign will assed and Lania will be -peaker. BrdKklyn Couple To Marry Here Miss Esther Sponder. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Sponder. and Lou Bernstein, both of Br i iklyn, N. Y.. will be married at the Granada Hotel. 1017 Merlin Ave., Miami Beach on Sunday. December 11, at 6 p.m. A reception will follow the ceremony. Th %  bride-elect attended schools in the North and served in the WAC. Among those who will attend the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs. Al Be.-man of Miami: Mrs. Lena Gottlieb. Mrs Joseph Finkelstein, Brooklyn: Louis Mintzer, Mrs. Fannie Kirschenbaum and son, W ": im, New York City. Hebrew School To Give Parties The Miami Hebrew School and C mgregation will hold a Chanuka latke party on Sunday. December 18, at T::i0 p.m. at the school building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Sam Schulwolf. chairman of the party, announces that there will be games, prizes and the tradi%  : inal latke. Dorothy H„ senh ; Herbert Bi„ 01n m Miss Dorothv R n ')' darter of M : ^H Rosenberg. 4880 P,„etree r? am. Beach, became thV?! Herbert H. Bloom 1 T*l Frank Bl J* *J on Sundav at the Kn tt the service al ?h noa?"*! Given mm ther. the bri I gown of whit.i R and v J 7 th b u&HI sleeves wen ol mst^f Her t v ,h £3. organdy wings She carriM 3Sd h s ersbi 1 Matron was 1ft* man Bloon e j£J embroidered net Miss R 0 £J Livorsi of / 3eac ? se ? embroider Norman Bl ishista best man „ :d ^ was us Th( '"' ~ ROSHL who came f rom x rri chelleHiiin S :i,.„: and (gJ Court Colleg. L.kewuod N,T Mr. Bloon formerly of "t Beach. N Y ;erved in the i guard for : .: vears. He attt the University ol North Cu and is ass > ted with Fash' in-Bloom The new I will bail at 9354 E. B Han Dr.; Decembei 21 Mrs. Hi %  • %  H. Bloon HEALTH RESOS HOTELSANITAB1U A party for children the Hebrew and Sunday schools will be given Sunday afternoon. December 18. Sholem Women To Meet Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith Women, will meet Tuesday night. December 13. at 8:15 at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. j according to Mrs. Harold Rand, president. Initiation of all new members I will take place and refreshments; will be served. LISTEN TO THL CULTURAL FEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN Sur. :.>:• *•* NEW GREENBRtt DINNERWARE IN VIVID COLORS $495 20-piece service for | Our mod din !" ware, elegant in M *"M amazingly modest in P r:c i has modern style Plus dur^ ty • • you'll appreci"*' piece starter set (pack**! color to set) service for' includes 4 each ln plates, bread and butter^ cups and saucers and ceK Moss green, grey. **$ burgundy. Burdinc'*' MH""' Oinrwre. FU* f\oo'



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PAGE TWELVE •. >. > Jknist fkrrfitr !" YriPBBftwiLa • • Bea?h HadaxKah To Meet Monday • The Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold its Chanuka meeting on Monday. December 12. at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, according to an anuncement by Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president. blighting the afternoon's will be the particip i. :' mr sisterhood president. Mrs. n ler Robbins of Temple S I m will speak on the und of Chanuka. Mrs R rs, Miami Beach ComCen : Mrs. Clara Mae Van N ss. Temple Isaiah; and M x M< isel. Temple Israi I, 1 Ch mka candles in nder ol thdax is : %  nth. giV :. L pi'i -..-. nt Bead pti : %  ss. Mi i. ?. st Lesson I' Gl : i '.-: % %  Silvi n in, ... %  ; Mr and Mrs Ber\ Silvi liscuss "I AAmerican" bj Goldberg, educati • :e natii nal Haaasiah but i pfrs. Fred Jonas, mi > fiaii : m, '. .11 h n ir the ; illowfi memb Mesdames %  xan K in. Leon EH. FanRu B. j S ..'. tz. K. : pp. ] : nd. C W G -!. n. David Harris, Berna 'd Gol lb ph Av. bi ik • :. N( IS :. Szo'd D v, u : discus vent. C ittei nnei at C I. Mrs. ] Supplii : • n thi ecenl rtcted by Mrs Silver... ; nied by Mrs Ben N II present ngs I inuka bli ssing ovi i 11 :. andles w ill bi ven in Hebrew by Mrs. Leon Ell. Jack Udell, hospitality man. :!1 be in charge of hnients Deborah Hadassah Will Meet At Delmonico Hotel Deborah Group of Hadassah will .meet at the Delmonico Hotel. t>3f3 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. on Monday, December 12. at 1:30 p.m.. according to Mrs. Louis Gidney, president. The pros:;!!'.:, which is being mged by Mrs. William H. Levy, will mark the Chanuka festival and the birthday of Henrietta Szold, Hadasah founder. Highlight of the fternoon will be Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink's re!•'. r ir," auo.;: aphj : C '•' %  izmann. M s, Norman Russ, edu chairman, will give exci "Glimpses of I n ; xplain the meaning of Chan : < landh will be conted bj Mi.-. L L %  in and M s. Martin G Young Israel To Hoar Goodman Kablii Wa III in a n Opens \ M HUCP., of Rabbi J seph Waldman the :ul Victoi ii ''-I on th< %  ..nd 12th St. • i : iors for the IM l H as in Planni.i enti rtainmi nl ar I ti Ii .v. featu • i this yeai as part of the V program for their guests' enjoyment. The Victor :s a 100 room and bath hotel with aii lining an I gnteed %  kitchen. %  l i Waldman. who w damed in Hungary studied in i] theological Seminarii i I ed hi : th< -iiiIle v. : ir the stati I Dela%  Supports f several : x Bea h congre (at ns. thi .. .i has als i sponsored and 111 :.:'.DPs who ated into the United States. Rabbi Waldman is he I il a of nine children. The eldest son. Samuel Waldman, coowner of the Victor, graduated with a BA degree from the Yeshiva University of New York, and was recently married to Charlotte Wohlberg, daughter of Rev. Wohlberg from the Kollell Shomrey Hachomot of New York City. Dr. Sachar To Speak At Miami Beach (Continued from Page One) ment of the University of Illinois in the '20s. He was one of the founders of the Hillel FoundBtions. Proceeds from Sachar's appear:. ( will be used for the local Hillel Foundations maintenance fund, it is announced by Godfrey K. Newman, chairman, and Mrs Seymour Satin, president of the en's B'nai B'nth Chapter. Waltei Kovner, president of the Hillel Advisory Council, termed S har's appearance as "the first imp rtant community attrac1 n aimed to acquaint the South F] : ida area with the unusual > %  ..'.:. training programs provided the facilities of Hillel tidal ns." Ashe, pres lent of •l %  L'nivi sity of Mia other local educators have been invited to greet Dr. Sachar and Mayor Harold Turk will welcome him on behalf of the city of Miami Beach. President David R. Isen of Miami Beach Lodge has made available a block of seats for student youth at the University of Miami and the membership of the BBYM and BBYW groups in Greater Miami. The capacity of the Jewish Center is 1800 seats and tickets made be obtained from either Isen or Newman at 420 Lincoln Road or the B'nai B'rith Council office. 330 Seybold Building. Serving on the committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Harry Kaufman. Women's B'nai B'rith Council president, Mrs. Morris Goldin. Jules P. Channing and Jack Gold. /. R. Goodman The Your.Israel will hold the first in .i series of weekly Oneg Shabb'at forums Friday at 8 p.m. I. R. Goodman. Zionist leader, ed lto be guest speaker this week. Final plans have been made by ttee in charge of the installation dinner-dance to be held on Sunday, January 8, in the dining room of thi Victor Hotel. N. Y. Cantor To Officiate At Kneseth Israel Shi ff ol New I' • %  vill i fficiate al services at Congreg tion Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami :' this Saturday, according to an am • ment by Rabbi Is ii Evi spiritual leader of the synag gu •. Come and REAL 0LP-TAAf CMICK6H SOUP 5 OUR — Ardinore Dr. Abram L. Sachar. eminent Jewish educator, author, orator and president of Brandeis University will speak to Greater Miami audience on Wednesday. December 14, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. 17th and Washington Ave. Shown in photo are members of co-sponsoring groups. Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and the Women's Chapter. Seated (1. Jo i.) are Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president of the Women's Council of B'nai B'rith; Godfrey K. Newman, general chairman; Mrs. Seymour Satin, president of Women's Chapter; and Mrs. Morris GeMirr. -Standing retales4?t ChBnmng; -Waher Komer. Hillel Councilp resident; and Jack Gold. Just set Monischewiti Chicken Soup o-simmermg on the stove .. .watch it bubble with golden chicken goodness —then watch your familyspoon it up and call for more! Good? Ifs got to be! If* a Maniscriewitx product! Try it today I MMISCHEWITZ Odukers Soups • WITH HOODIES • WITH UEPUCI • WITH MITZO MILS • CLEM CWMEN SMP Beth David Ladies To Sponsor Dance The Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Chanuka cabaret dance on Sunday, December 18, at 8 p.m. at the new Beth David. The dance will be held in the form of a cabaret, and music will be furnished by Dave Tyler's orchestra. The program will include a professional floor show and a dance contest for young and old. Refreshments will be available at a food and drink bar. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle are chairmen of the event. Members and friends aie invited and reservations may b made bv contacting Mrs. Weinkk. 2120 S.W. 21st Terr., at 4ti-46ti4. Proceeds will be used for completting school class rooms. tfjfit Plans S3 F'aKler-Gran.,,, JJJ w>H sponsor a e. ( dpa h C urday. December ,o 1 V"' the home of Mr and M P \ Marks. 44!,:, s v.*,*** sion is one dollar 1, A ^ ^ude a n rln: J;-;;.,!, Leo Rothstein chairm.' group's New Y,/•!' 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bAY, pECE MBER 9, 1949 |rUoil Schedules Confor^noe [ nprember 18 At West view Club i L program to inform aeencies th;it nra k. I part ot ^Z^tlkridiari rish com ,!,,. manner in d during the 1949 were Greater Miami will hold an imunity of Greater which on Jfunds rai* lined Jewi* Appeal nded. *( h fedti.ition v conference of delegates Jyiting every Jewish organin (he area on Sunday, f w 18. at the Westview W Clubn'ard Abess, chairman of the £nce committee, stressed its ZEnee as a "means of edjewish public to the no need for financial supf,' : h( United Jewish Apland the many other agencies | uiannual funding effort.". • brning session of the conferj W ill bi di voted to a panel thich the presidents and exfci-e directors of the local Kjjjrj a, ncies of Federafvill present their programs (needs. It was pointed out by Stanlev C Myers, program fcaian. that many new arto the community do not a true picture of the r bbs To Install For in n I Hoe. 10 Mg Ch : '• B'nai B'rith M Women will hold its third nquet and dance ber 10. at 7 -Frontenac I %  ficers for 1950 I i • Mrs. Sam Sil[ [of B'nai B'rith I installing ofGuesi will be Sam trust) past president fc :. B'nai B'rith. I 11 led are Mrs. (old Sin esident; Doris esident; Theliil vice pre^iCarol Milbi i g, treasurer: |rl Sandier, corresponding Wary: Rita Schwartz, record| Uuy; Hulh Marmer. parlentarian; Myrna Kaufman. int-at-arms: Doris Brown. ellor. Board members are lrta Schwartz, Donna Feld.Sonva Klein, Dora Krendell I Edith Krantzow. toris Klein is in charge of ar[ements and will be assisted arcia Simonoff and Doris in, i cocktail party will precede (banquet at the home of Thelland Robe;la Schwartz, 2938 1.18th St. ORRYING I* your f? or oration will lhem? I' Chair :NT A L IRVICE I'es the "oblem! fABLES RENTED TOO! FOLDING ITURE CO. '207 N.E. 1st Ave. "ONE 2-6345 or 58-3557 agencies that are here to serve them. "In the past ten years" she said, "the Greater Miami Jewish community has g r0W n from approximately 7,500 to an estimated 45.000. Many of our newer citizens have neve, before had the opportunity of familiarizing themselves with the social service agencies in our midst. This Conference will provide that opportunity in an easy-to-take capsule fashion." As a feature of the conference, all of the agencies participating in the Combined Jewish Appeal will tell their story through m ^ n S u of ,? umphle,s and exhibits. With Abess at the helm the membership of the conference committee includes Abraham Goodman, Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, William D. Singer. Mrs Louis Glasser, Mrs. Stanlev P Myers. Harold Turk, Gus Jacobson, Gilbert Balkin, Louis bchwartzman, Leon Kaplan Mrs Benjamin Appel, Leonard Abess William Click and Morris Klass! DOV Mock Marriage The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women s Organization will sponsor an old-fashioned mock marriage on Saturday, December 10. at 8 p.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall of Congregation Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Sarah Alber and Joe Pomkin will be the bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Rose Pertes, president ol the chapter and chairman of this affair, announces that then be supper, music and dancing. Assisting Mrs. Pe Mrs Samuel Wilchyk and .: Rosenberg. Beth David Election Set For Dec. 15 The annual election meeting of the Beth David Congregation will 1 be held Thursday evening, DeJ Th %  ,; Ave : ,n t\ 'la the BEST? The Tides Hotel We are happy to announce THE RE-OPENING oi the DINING ROOM SUNDAY DECEMBER 11th OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Serving The Finest Strictly Kosher Cuisine RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 5-6701 Ownership Management S. M. GRUNDWERG M. 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• • .i i PAGE SIX +Jm!$L ncridfiar RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center. 6231 N.W. First Ct. .i> school classes even Sunday at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under • • n t.f Rev. Philip I-: :• i il B701 \\\v. ith Ave. on Mondays and Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackcvsky. P day evening si i : Sal .-. day moi nln e tervlcet al irlna I %  rnlnj -....Rabbi ..i \ B ( M'lll I • • V •\ %  Antci • in Saturdaj i n the abbl w ill speak < Uhetl Mi!., ha %  [ followed by sbalosh Seudoa and Maa M %  %  i •• dally at -• i \ lei d 11} at 15 followed bj Laws and Cust Mai lows, Classes will be conducted by Rabbi Rackovsky. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Friday r\ enlns services at ; Sat irds moi runs at 9 ; •! L. ig-arman, pi Inclpal, dell> er a •frmon on \V t I Exi ret I Jewsh Life—.\ii Answer I Mai Mad* Mlm ha at H > %  ud< >S i'.i: '. pel fS ; i nd %  %  Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. *2th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Ke!emer. — %  %  %  %  %  Bar Ml • M Mi '. %  • • .. \ • %  Mil • | lowed by M lar Mitzval -• • followed .i Hebrew 15 I Congregation Beth El (Ortho-lox', 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. • t-iilni: M %  5 i I! at %  I Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Miiton Freedman. i •' %  %  Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 3ade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi lay P. Mann. oat a '• %  sh Rsadi r In eonn< i -t tn with Jewish Book Month Dr Paul offlei ,•• %  a* • antor. A re%  ..; W |i| follow Ri lllo II school s mda> morning at 10. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. I Fi %  '! v evening gaturda nlng at • 8:80 Rabbi Mi hi ff "-ill deliver the serCanti r'edi i chant thi ... t 10 a.ni under dlrei tor of A J. Safi %  Rabbi -. v teach Bib class at t p.m. Shalosh Seudoa at "i v <<< 7 .,'.,1 \ a in anil \:1S um Rabbi conducts dall> course study • %  < "The Mlshna." Rabbi will thi Portion nf the Week %  on %  i %  1:80 Monday |... .,::.! I %  m t.i noon Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 145 S.W. 45th Ave. lay services at :• a m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Pi day evening servh es at I P m n %  % sen es at 9 SunN. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Sal lay moraine at 9.00 Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. %  %  -• • • :' %  %  :: %  • %  %  % %  '•' I • Temple Emanu-El iReform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal 1 Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Car.tor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. .. %  %  • • .. JeWS, %  n., wil •• i bj r.ai Has M It I Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24lh St. %  %  %  SUI i %  Lifo Inturance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G A NS Metrr pciitan Li's Ins. Co. 937 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 3 4616 or 4-9981 See c phone me fop your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS CHILDREN'S CAMP I :e on Camos—West. e W C -.es—Schools-Tourj T %  | yeur paet Igets. Tnen -%  this atrvics, RAY BARNETT P 0 Bex -:;. v iBeach, F a, V J. I ><'<'. HI a II HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth ar.d Fifth S:. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew School*. Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONU. EW Co. MARKERS o35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 as low AS 4% L O A N $ HENRY E.WOLFF CO Far. Amcncjn 9-3435 NVVTHIS* Mo^ 1* V $jui, Hjrber. Flarida ^^ haw Ti"!M inUi t 4:15 "ii "Jai ob The Transformation .-f Israel's Realities and • ienulne ReL at 4 15 followed i donated by Harry' /. ,-.,i remarks by truest* I follow, .ift. r hi h Maat Iv ., • | services at 8 Maari> at 5:45 Dally • with Ri a.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services from 8:S0 to 8 i' i n each we.k will be droiidcast over vVWPB. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Ifaurlce Manwhes win eonduct services assisted by the Beth Dnvid choir under direction of Leon shift III keeping with the t'hannka festival the rabbi will preach on "Lei the Lights Glow." Services win begin al vi*. p in Leo Lenta, foreign editor of the L'nlted Nations World will be gueat speaker. Saturday morning services al :• B "i The rabbi will sneak on the Portion "I Law, Student Cong;, Saturday at 10:80 a.m. Hebrew school between 8:80 and 8:80 p.m. daily. North Shore Jewish Centet (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening s*>rvl<*OH at **:1" p.m. The rabbi will m-Mik on "Why Kellflon?" An open forum discussion and .u. Ontfl Bbabb&t follows. Saturday morning aervlc6> at 9 a.m. Sunday school al 1*' a.m. at Biscayne Elementary School. Mrs. Weintraub Nerd Mrs. Sidney L. Weii3 chosen chairman of h ? r J organized Dade r„ Youth Unit To Meef sentatives ,,f the ZOA 'i dassah. will be held M ,t nd l cember 12. at 8:15 a a?'*'! Removal Of Offices Stanley B. Richard, attorney at law. announces the removal of his offices to the Mercantile Bank Building. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Suite 241. TRUCKLNi BOND TRANSFER, LOCAL & LONG DlST n MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th An, I Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAEASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. Director Demand SINAI KOSHER and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7lh AVE. 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r v DECEMBER 9. 1949 *J^s§ifk>ridliar iBie To Break Mind %  >**• l fc „ nad.' Co 1 "** Societ y for "i j Children will break ? f or the Crippled Chillund C nKat 10 a.m. Friday. Iter >• ^ '59 N.B. 51st St.. JjJ^, th e Roosevelt School TV .otional Children. felCphasis Will be Placed fern afflicted with cereKSv as this is the major LC among the local group fefi children. Physical, octed and speech therapists .i-lTiDlovod who have special palsy. All I e ive treatments County Society f. %  without charge. Ieal service. I n0 l only serve [ v,it Scho il, I to out-patients, ] ,dults afflicted I. • who ai Dade County • led Children l in the clinic 1 • i begin construcP nies from Mrs. [ ill ) died last I tilled her home to f pi e( i Children's Society. f. •„', .„ • in sold and has I nm of S8000. The y, S20.000. will I raised t igh benefits and j Its. id Party | T ., \v • Club of the famen'sCiri le Branch 692 will K benefit card party Sunday. jrember 11. at 8 p.m. at the ErkmenV Circh Lyceum, 25 kshington Ave., Miami Beach. .. iwi towards adopt; an orphan, verseas, accordJ to Mrs 1 ;. Spivack, chairla'-. Reserv tioi may be made r calling 5-1031 PAGE THIRTEEN lew Year's Eve Fete H the first time in its history I* Miami Jew ;sh Community %  : % %  r wlU bold a New Year's jV>| arty. wiingrtpadewoik for the affair k the Me Anne Jacob. HeS i Dubler. Rosafund Shei and Lena Wiener. "A GOOD NAME li more to be treasured than rich**." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name G RDO.V has been asJJfwted with service to brcat Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let 03 help you as we have ion for other grateful families p hone 3.3431 or 9-1436 J S. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director i ) AJC Delegates To Make Report Greater Miami delegates to the American Jewish Congress biennial convention recently held in New York City will make their report to the community at a meeting on Tuesday, December 13, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach. At that time they will pre the accomplishments of the congress in the fields of civil libi I safeguarding American di cracy, Jewish education, [si and world Jewish affairs. Scheduled to parlicip '< p re Mrs. Loui G m wly elected national v dent, who was a convent i Mis. A. A. H; '.it' n. p dent ol I % %  Miai I !hi p • elected area vii %  Fred G %  %  n of 1 I .. A i Id. '•' s. L. Curt Miss M l\ ina Wi is '•• s. J. tein. -..the first ti -s has < onvi % % % % %  d w sh : oi tii" late R sti phen Wise, founder. Planning committee for Sunday night's annual Hebrew Academy dinner is shown inspecting the pictorial journal which will be presented to guests of the event. Committeemen pictured above are Chairman Aaron Courshon. Ben Zion Ginsberg. Isadore Goldberg. Jack Satin, Joseph Cohen. Matthew Silverstein and Jack Burris. 400 Expected To Attend Academy Dinner *UGUSTBROS.itY £ /" Isfthc BEST.' PHONE 78*0707 PALM TREE UPHOLSTERERS 5665 -H. W-: 7*K;,**•program, that there (Continued from Pane Onel inn the event, according to Dr. Andron. Filling the entertainment spotlight at the dinner will be Nana Iwanowa, famed European concert violinist, who will present violin selections. She will be accompanied by Florence Kutzen. noted Detroit pianist. In outlining Sunday night's Courshon emphasized will be no soliciation ol funds at the dinner. "From the record number of reserv a t ions made by our leading citizens. we fed that the second anniversary dinner will be a success from eve i y viewpoint." asserted Chairman Courshon. The anniversary -dinner committee includes Isadore Goldberg, Jack Satin. Ben Zion Ginsberg. Joseph Cohen. Mat; hew Silverstein and Jack Burris. Revealing that officials of the Hebrew' Academy were highly p!e.,sed bv arrangements for the dinner. Dr. Andron comment! the role played in the academy's program by the event. "In addition to commem irating the second anniversary of this institution. Sunday night's dinner will help increase general knowledge of the pilosophy of pi sive academy education as exemplified by the academy." said Dr. Andron. Iletli Jacob To Sponsor Show A pre-Chanuka variety show will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation. Wednesday. December 14. at 8:30 p.m. at the synagogue auditorium. Nationally known artists of the music and comedy stage are scheduled to appear. Also featured on the program will be Mine. Olge Bibor Stern, conceit and radio piano artist, whose interpretations of Hungarian folk music were taught to her by her famous pianist monther. a pupil of Franz Liszt. Dr. Phillip Stern. another member of this musical family will sing folk songs. He will be accompanied by his mother. Mme. Stern. Cantor Louis D. Feder will sing melodies, in honor of Chanuka. | He will be accompanied by Josph Schreibman at the piano. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER FOIK MllilX, DOOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs. Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER. 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION Amlrm: CALL 4-7485 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS, TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR/ "ACA5E OF NERVES/' *HE SAID. $oi SUGGESTED MILE* NERVINE AND SENT HER OFF TO BED. 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ifCffK-gEKfl PAGE FOURTEEN *JeHistnark/i3ir FRIDAY.^FCFMpg, • • '1 .1 • %  Wolfarth, Palmer, Bandel To Participate In Sholem Lodge Forum Tuesday Night "Miami—Today and Tomorrow" will be the subji-ct of a discussion by the three successful Miami commission candidates at the next Sholem Lodtfe. B'nai B'rith. meeting Tuesday. December 13. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mayor William Wolfarth and City Commissioners Louie Bandel Fa Ik To Address Zionist Lum*hcon • Featured speaker a! the Zionist luncheon club meeting on Wed%  sday, December 14, iron1L' IS to 2 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road, will be Louis A. Falk associate treas i : the Zionist Organization of Amei Falk. who will speak on the topic. "War Heroes of Israel." recently returned from an of!. mission to Israel. The speak) I author of "Jew in Amei ican Wars" and ha.traveled extensively ..„ lei turer. He is past pr< si Ii :.' of the New Ji Zionist Region and past editorin-chii : o 'The Jewish Vetei i Allied Stone, president, Miami Beach Zionist Disl lub, anthat Harold Shapiro will • IS i Mui ray (I n will giv< Si r\ : ncheoi : I, Paul K Lyons Speaks %  • I. L vons, .! it :, % %  %  f thi W en Vuxil f Organized %  : Mrs \.i.eBr. ig, 963 S.W. (ith St.. on Frid Decemtx 2. "Strength I'nity." Bake Shop Opens Fischi r's Baki Shop open. cently at T42'i C illins Avi Miami Beach. Partners in the new enterprise are Isidore and Frieda Fischer. : %  :..-. | ,i u s ivory Bake Shop at it>84 Alton Road. Tiie Fischers, who have resided here since 1945. were in business in Newark. N. J under the nami I %  her Bakeries from 1910 to 1943. and Perrine Palmer will participate in the forum with lodge program chairman. Herbert E. Blume. as moderator. This program is the first in a series of public affairs events planned by the Sholem Lodge public affairs committee through the permanent program committee. "It is the aim of B'nai B'rith to bring members iri closei touch with vital current affairs which affect him as a citizen, a businessman, and a hone owner in Greater Miami." said John Kronenfeld, president. A question and answer period will allow the audience to participate in the program following the regular discussion. One of ntroversial isues to be discussed will be the construction of the City of Miami library in Bay!, out Park. Other items to receivi I on bv the mayo: of Miami and his two panel membeis will be the s tax, the m A % %  : '. tatiim. the Miami convention hall and th< construction of expanded parking facilities in the downtown Due to the : ei o:d crowd i xpect mi auditorium of thi h Fl Com tion will be u-rd Serv ng n the committi e F the (ivic event a e Wil '. I s %  • Silvei. Sidnev A Aronovitz. Adn pub! nvit %  IZFA Installs J. Sterlii lent : the hi:, -. ate /.. n si %  '• derj [A tly at tl Sail) Gi ssn in. :i42l Percival Ave. nut Gl'OVI Others installed at the • i B >i> Smallman, vice pr< ident; Dolores Simon, treas Rita Auerbach, recording secretary; Connie Gordesky, c sponding secretary. Barbara Epstein, past president, served as installing officer. Center I'lin-IV*! Program Will Feature Bookw This week"s Friday afternoon fun-fest at the Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. will feature a Jewish Book Month program for youngsters of public scnooJ age. The program begins at 3:45 and there is no admission. A play will be presented by the Doin' This and the Doin" Thtat Club. an afternoon group of eiuht to ten year-old girls. Prizes for the, afternoon will be several Jewish children's books. The following week a Chanuka celebration lias been planned. The afternoon's activities will be centered around holiday games and songs. Miamians Named Two Greater Miamians were elected to office at the recent state conclave of the Florida Society of Professional Engineer.-, state chapter of the National Society of Professional Engineers, at Daytona Beach. E A. Anderson, Dade County engineer, was named vice presid( nt and Jules P. Channing. Miami Beach engineer and commission! r in the Beach housing authority was elected state directjr representing South Florida. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Htlp Phone 9-5317 — 9-8777 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner 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 The Showcase of Good Food ^e GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH I WANT MY MILK EsUb. 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PAGE TEN *Jen1st ncridHsw I i^AY_DECEMBE R 9 J %  Tropical !..: (I.nt A. Buck! Cutler has LI< ;i an invitation to all men • %  • .. :i the ago of 21 ami A~> to bi the guests of B'nai B'rith n the occasion of the close of the 49" membership drive. C -chairmen of the committee %  ge of the program are Mel ; and Sidney King AssistiAlvin Budner. Harry .-.:. Erne.-: Hai is and Sam hments will \i nd thi pah! vre bn Sunday, 11. a1 %  the i fi • M I A cport Wi] II : : ship Irivi Sidne; Kit n. v • %  p v I %  Latks Card Party 4th In Hadassah Series To Be Heard Sunday : • %  | • | • held oi 11 f i 1:15 1 • %  WINZ • • H • B %  ( nil Arnold s nai I • %  ; • • Thi M. N • WIN/ COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ^ELECTRIC Appliances lUcdpeAt FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way ? il %  I t the I I Hall P that ] Iron' Sholem Women Plan New Year's Eve Fete S !. : %  '•' %  %  are ulating plans i >r .. New 's evi • • v." %  :..: I i an announcement b> Mi Harold Rand, president. Music will he pi •• Mai M.dkin and his orchestra and ;fast will be served aftei midnight. Reservations may he made by calling Mrs. Marvin Rauzin at 82-5731 or M.s. Dave Alterman I at 82-2iu:<. North Shore Units Plan Chanuka Fete North Shore I. duo and Women's Chapti : B'nai B'i ith will annual Chanuka partj '.'. %  % %  ening, Di • thi T. %  : pli Bi th mnounced by presidents. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silvi %  stein. i': airman Leonard n %  ;:::. i thai the %  %  • enter! nmi lit will feature "A I. P ty" vith gar i ;, 3tui unity sing ng %  : 11 Chanuka festival le to d< il ep holiI ItV.-M-h Women To I Vf1 ->1 siiHlenis Students ,,t the Universitv of Miami will be feted by th,' Miami Bi ..< %  :. i' pter of B'nai B' th woi • its annual Chan pal iv Slat) I : U Wednesday I vening, 1)' ember 7. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Le .n Blvd.. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ida Optner, who is being assisted by tile Mesdames Harry Kau!%  %  ;. Dave Alper. Morris Goldin. charlotte Haas. Esther Popkin and Meyer Baskin. A buffet supper will be served ,,: (i:30 to be followed by a pro%  by the students under the direction of Hillel director. Dr. Donald Michelson. rr i je+inf* %  A ^.-yg g 5 >z *zr ADL Program Saturday "One Small Y iiee." the latest epis 'de in the "Lest We F The American Dream" radio -. will be heard on Saturday. December 10. at 5 p.m. ovei tion WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen-minute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be: William L. Pallot. Miami attorney who will serve as moderator: Louis B Bush, owner of the National Employment Service: and Jack D. Gordon, chairman. Miami Beach Chapter. American Veterans Committee. Paul Lukas famous stage and screen star is featured in the part of asmall town grocery keeper who is determined t, ,, undemocratic hir • large bakei v ,'" tor rad Democrat tion with the I tueofB'n | \ LONDON ARMS KOSHER DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ffofei Catering to Parties Undf "• %  •o-al l.jn.iiw of M Bf,58(0 MtMSON SUS*,W AUTO LOCK il HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Av e Not Ass, $g* Any Other Concern Drive In For Sales & ServJ Auto Locks & Keys l Speedometers and WindshJ Wipers & Washers Safety Sheet & pi ate Au 9 Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Vis 0 j Replacement Rubber For Yo Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our WorkJ PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon j. p. Ni -^M. RETE BLOCKS :*ss Wi %  :I*L. m lust Another Way of Saying mat rr.u Ing Bttai wsLast year we manufactured more than 15,000,000 certified concrete blocks for South Florida's record-breaking home, commercial and industrial building projects! That's a pretty strong indication that architects, contractors, construction engineers, builders and home owners throughout South Florida know Maule first of all, for the fine, uniform quality of the certified concrete blocks and concrete products we manufacture! And, we're still at it! Four Besser Vibrapac block machines -the most modern obtainable -hum day and night at our great Red Road and Ojus plants...producing twenty different types of concrete blocks, including our new .Maule Concrete Column Blocks -which have all but revolutionized South Florida construction methods! And, our sincere inte-?st in individual construction problems, our enthusiasm to follow through on every detail, our reputation for prompt, dependable, efficient service ..are just as well known to builders as the high quality of the products and materials we manufacture or distribute! V That's why...for quarry, concrete products and builders' supplies ...it's "Call Maule" throughout South Florida! PHONE 9-2881 Hi Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave., Miami 37, Florldd



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PAGE TWO fJmisfi FhrSdliar ZE^fl^ECEMBER, I'll Say While in pre-Israel Palestine, I met K nld, ton r presid an Zi rusts. lities, this %  I i rv( d: "You say j '. .< Ti I A\ iv 'i %  %  st Thi n % % %  ; ha\ on • u I -1 ; X I live in Fl %  idi With a touch I PJ ...--.. n rhen you doubt 3 iitions I I K V .; i v< n give to the Nai u elv A s( live s in Er tz V s %  %  Jews I often think of I sini -. l(H %  ii v. loose 1 Iocs Ik by pro] ts %  %  %  %  i al state• %  "American Jews are an integral part of the American community. To them America is home. For hem, the establishment of the State of Israel repretnti the realization of the historic aspirations of the "ewish people. It should be plain that their political allegiance is in no wise affected by the emergence :f the Stale of Israel. American Jews owe their political allegiance to the government of the Uniied States, just as the citizens of Israel owe theirs to the government of the State cf Israel. The bogey of dual llegiance conjured up by some who should knew ?e!ter is just pure invention. It is a figment cf the mag ; nation; it has no roots in reality and is projected v/ith malice." %  •-. %  • %  Zionism: One Of Many Loyalties In The U. S. By HARRY SIMONHOFF watched the anticese kindrgarten mentalities. (rears ago the Miami Council held a dinner • ; T; ,; an I Ri bbin of Palm Beach. gom : %  his i ti rn il r< • rd to venly pleen on Zii nists, In besmii %  K rig M. • I disciples oi ... • thought il quite tittii • A n J to the K ps, thi M ntg imi anquet ti >li (. 0 %  | %  .. % %  Gri ups Ml of this \ if 1h stooges f Lessing Rosi ad iles ents servation •'. I % % %  se 1 t every E • i % %  s ubors senti oenti I atl Citizei : Bi e than academi nten I First and Second VI '•' % %  French. G( stocks. The rePolan %  %  Wilson, WJ of Pi lish-Amei Leans. :. in P:ttsbui"gh. The Free St nerged with%  : [rish-Ameri. : ts shan n ics. Yet n n< of these tagii S • lews alone ai X n S s greater reason i ;an resti I g:\.up— not the 1 ish w Eire— had 1 %  ng p -" I II to %  the E : vi] I L R %  to take his seat in Parliament without < %  Jtlan." After a hi Ut s}\ the Jews in the Eternal Cii T *% at night behind Ghetl 1 In 1917. the inhun f h e l were abrogated. In 1945.1 %  :,he ^ f >u1 their design to Were the face of the earth. rity %  Je] Arabian desert. Tomo. %  } *t* out of Iraq-the famed M :.^ 4 nourished th. f lien ? A !? 0 *! Ionia. Persia. Ch„: le S f d-ridden wasteland theSif corrupt and degeiv ati ..: "Spatial Argentina. J. ... ^ i toll by the : '^::i v .u )> -i ait h : nhewnta is I io recent for Jews to be 1 I bv th* n JV nts 0f .,'! ua n o r .. Evi P I v'farTj English speaking pi %  government of si '• pract .-.. i : • • lines. F p ssing the indusl : %  %  Boer War 1 I %  \ el I ndi il j Israel, j \ i n Jewry, glance al M | i I Rabbi Grauer Speaks %  • %  : '. %  JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mexzanihe Floor Kit Conn*!. Slate Is Allllli L Ige, secretary: rt B< • : Isaac Levin Lodge. incial M t tary Lev is SW Tropical Lodj er Charles R J.,. bson will .-onttnue exi utive ii ed i lai eli -. I met ting Janu< y 5. Fn E B'rith 1: mprising • %  • | 2.000 ted in 1 ati Silver Named Center Prexy limousl th Miami .:.• %  Centei at last w i k Hi -.. i %  • .-.'.. %  .'. .'.!> %  elected I rs, Others running unconti I were Ben Essen, first vice presili S m Seitlin. second vice president; Paul Sobel. third vice president: Mrs. Leo Sheiner. secretary: and Leo Ackerman, treasurer. The remaining two new three year board members are Jack Apttand Abe Cutler. F Lirteen one-year board memel< cted from 23 nomiThey are: Fred Grossberg. San-. K. ssli r, Dr. Erna Klass, Mrs. '-%  %  ine, Manny Lubel. David Rabinowitz. C P. se. Martin RubinIrving Sual. Theodore Si -. *-il Shein r, Fred K. let J nd Eugi n J Wi SEITLIN & CCAlP.W'v INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32. Fla. Phones 9-3836 9-3837 EDUCATIONAL LYCEUM 25 Washington Ave r.'ia~E-.-.AVAILABLE FOR ALL FUNCTIONS WEDDINGS, MEETINGS; LECTURES %  .' %  : MITZVAHS A -Tiimo<]at*s 61*" ) %  •' %  ', Banquet fac IliUes— Seats 2C0—Mode.-r. kitehei LtirlBg sen1| FOR INFORMATION CALL J PCLL*CK. 5-316* • Mendelsohn's Restaurant STRICTLY KOSHER 1301 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach WHERE THE FIXEST MEET TO DINE DAILY ^-" --• TELEF-C'.E S-J A'R CC0 LED BEE=( AND %  VINES SERVED Free J : NOW OPEN SATURDAYS Pioneer Women Meeting ng : P. neei W %  '" : : : M n I .Di • 12. at 8 j • ;;:. si 1415 Eu -lid B Guest s] : %  ::. %  • %  ••• Plans thi n• given • M: Mintzes n Q/weC?ti Miami Off ice 1J13 >.W. 7th Ave-, Phone S2-4 731 wtm %  • % %  on to every de'e U' .'•" ?h J** 0 '* requirements in an c: of oeau-B and peace distinguishes our servict to m Jewish family. Our two complete funeral d c "P !" the-minute in every detail o) tne-r equr mer.t—beautifully furnished and decora.ea throughout. mtm TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ii i III i ran 1236 Washington Ave West Flagler & 20th Ave %  sne %  j-:t:!.).l-.N<" S-2814 2<-iin inuiiiVi sHL c i • ££•>*'; Ht^vts i.nem Di'Kioi %  % %  m* ijnt'V ui'tcioi „-,, %  s NEt rOIH 76th STfitP Ni W ____



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DAYDECEMBER 9. 1949 >seth Israel Will Conduct Week-Long iication Celebration Beginning Dec. 16 _..i Pnnm-peation. D.m. when Pantrot ..a. r ^J^istfkridliar PAGE NINE [srael Congregation A ve. Miami Beach, w eek-long dedication in which communal Eu clid Ave 1 a Lration artists nationally known tfr Mia rabbis whl vibration will get underg* December 16. at S Card Blumin To tome Bar Mitzvah when Cantor Leib Lange, coming from New York "tr*"" p.m who is especially for the occasion, will officiate at Friday evening services. The New York cant.,, wil] also officiate at Saturday morning service and participate in the musical portion of the dedication ceremony on Sunday, December 18, at 4 p.m. Mayor Harold Turk and other civic leaders are slated to appear on Sunday aftern program. Tuesday. December 20. ha designated as "Ladies Night" and officers of the congregation's ladies auxiliary will be installed on that evening. A pron woman will be guest speaker. "The Importance of th< gogue in Jewish Life" will I theme of the program sche for Wednesday's Svn.. Night." Presidents of all Greatei Miami synagogues have been invited for the event. "Jewish Education Night" is slated for Thursday. Dei en bi !.: Children of Kneseth Israel Talmud Torah will participate in ,, Chanuka program at this assembly. On Sunday. December 25, at 3 p.m. a Sefer Torah presentee' t • the synagogue by Solomon sterner will be dedicated. At 8 p.m. on that date a buffet supper will be held. Further information about the dedication schedule may be tained by listening to Rabbi Ever's weekly broadcasts over |WINZ on Sundav from 12:15 to 12:30 p.m. Workmen's Circle Unit Installs Harry Schuldiner was installed '"man of the Club Ever Workmen's Circle Branch iu.iu jt a dinner dance on November l, at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W 3rd St. rau\ G ildhagen, past vice chairman ,' s f rved M installing officer, Joseph Duntov, Southeastem district secretary, and Mrs. fyelyn Werner, English speaking axs X r .\ ive brief talks. "' installed at the affair i Aaron Aronoff, vice chairKatherine Laber, financial Judith Berger, record! n 8 Ruth Schuldiner, i ei I ,"' : "' : Prad 11 c .mmission '•' SI the Fair Emip on November 15. Beach BB Women To Sponsor Radio Show, "Breakfast In Miami Beach" Bernard Fogel Will Become Bar Mitzvah Hoininl Blumin |r. and M 3. Harry Blumin. ,-3-d Ct., Miami Beach, anL e B Mitzvah of their ield on SaturJ December 10. at 10 a-.m. at Imp.,. Bi '"• with Rabbi lor. Kron sh iating. the Bar Mitzvah [ day, December m 2 to 5 p.m. at the Lord 11 | 1 Relatives and fend? are inv I ; kraforio To Be wiiixl DIM*. 14 JThe Sp:::' I the Maccabees %  rough tin Agi s," a ballad oravio by I). Marius Ranson. %  ritual lea of the Temple ianu-El ol I.auderdale. and ttor Sani.ii 1 Kelemer of TemkBeth Siii n will be presented I a Chanuk i iinner celebration [be held un lei the auspices of i Temple F.: lanu-El Sisterhood %  heHollyw d Beach Hotel on pdnesday. I • ember 14. rs Mari Ranson is chairof the affair. Assisting as tomen are Mrs. Edwin M. ienthal and Mrs. Morris Sterlring th. program with the n; •> will David L. Cohn, jesearticl. What Can the Jew m the Saturday Review of 1 d vear aroused 1 ad discussion. Sally Dworkin Named Sr. Judaean President Sally Dworkin was recently elected president of th. \ .. %  •:side Senior Judaeans. Others named to office wen Debby Alexander, vice president; Martin Ballas, treasurer: Anita Miller, recording secretai j; Phyllis Kraitz, corresponding secretary; Jerry Rosenberg and Debby Alexander, representatives to Judaean Council. The group is hard at work on an original Chanuka play for their part in the Greater Miami judaean Chanuka festival on December 21. Rabbi Lehrman To Speak Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker on the Birnbaum Brothers' Jewish Hour on Sunday. December 11. from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. over station WMBM. Leon Forem is cultural director of the program and Cantor Samuel Kelemer is in charge ol the music. Itin Speaks ert J. Balkin, regional diof the Anti-Defamation pgueof B'nai B'rith. was guest per this week at a meeting ["••• Temple Isaiah Sisterhood. topic was "Are We Making nocracv Work?" ALTO GLASS |lnstaUed While You Wait Full Line ol No Accessories and Parts (ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue &0 58-3756 or 5-4316 Pictured above is Marina Berti. star of "The Earth Cries Out." i which will open its premiere engagement in the south on Tuesday at the Plaza Theatre. The recent conflict between the HananahIrgun and the British is the theme of the feature %  *"" which will remain at the Plaia through the 19th. Dialogue will be in English. ^ TWENTY.SECOND SEASON—1949-50 DIVERSITY OFTIAMI 'TYMP'HO'NY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOO, M„.C! Dir.cter ,— -tNIOR HIGH SCHOOL %  "day. Dec ,, J:00 Mo„ d y Dee. 12. 8-3C Tossy Spivakovsky Tieic tT !*> Con """Position by Glinka, Egg* A Beethoven L TICKET*: 1.50, 1.M, 2.10, 140. S.0O 4fcfe A i 11 Planning the "Breakfast in Miami Beach" radio program to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on December 20 are (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Seymour Satin, Mrs. Morris Goldin; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. Harry Kaufman. Mrs. Samuel Pollack and Mrs. Charlotte Haas. Bernard Fogel Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fogel. 24H9 S.W. 23rd Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Bernard, to be held Saturday. December 10. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, with bi Simon April officiating. The Bai Mitzvah attends Shenandoah Junior High, where he IS an officer of his class. He is secretary of the junior congregation ol Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, and a member ol Boy Scout Troop 85. The Fogels will be hosts at a dinner and reception in honor of Bernard on Sunday. December 11. ul 5 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Committee in charge of "Breaklast in Miami Beach." radio show to be sponsored bv the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on December 20 at the Delano Hotel dinin;; room, will find making the selection of the "outstanding good neighbor" a difficult one as the numbei ol nominations increase. Deadline for nominations is December 19 and winning nominee will be especially feted at the "Breakfast in Miami Beach" program. The program, using the same format as the network show. "Breakfast in Hollywood" will feature Sam Levinson, night club entertainer. Danny Kerwin will act as master of ceremonies. The galaxy of prizes and awards will include a week-end at the Blue Horizon Hotel, a complete course in ceramics at Studio of Ceramics, dinner for two at Ned Schuyler's FiveO'clock Club, dinner for two at Pickin' Chickin'. real orchid to the oldest lady attending, a silver wishing ring, bouquets to the grandmother having the mosi grandchildren, the mother with the youngest baby, the ladymarried the longest and the latest bride. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Ida Optner. Assisting her are the Mesdames Seymour Satin. Morris j Goldin, Harry Kaufman. Samuel [ Pollack. Dave Alper, Theodore Arvan and Charlotte Haas. GEORGE S. LEVENSON Formerly of Boston. Massachusetts, now of Greater Miami, where he conducts a General Insurance Agency. says: "My twenty-five years' experience in General Insurance has taught me that a good reputation is established by courteous prompt and efficient service. Because of th reputation of FABB TOUBS for such service in their specialized field. I use them and recommend them for all travel purposes." F AllII -Your Travel Ager.f GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will eave on • now roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men 414 I. w. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4.M60 Young Mu Will share lovely guest room. private entrance, private bath. frigidaire, with young gentleman. S10 Weekly PHONE 48-3504 2256 S.W. 16th Terrace. Miami POSITION WANTED Man. 35. Single. PjTKmfbl*, ^ perienced Office Typist .^Bookkeeper Salesman. Also capable as all around machinist in metal, wood and plastics. Write S. S.. Box 2 97 JJ^^ FOR RENT Twin Bedroom—Private Bath Kitchen Privileges and use of beautiful home in Bricltell Estates PHONE 3-7343 ALBERT J. BEER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OFFICES AT 12D2 PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA TtLEPHONE 82-1631 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Informs the Jewish Public That: 1. Meat markets which do not have the sign .1 1 Q 3 of the G.M.V.R. fl 1 C 3 displayed are not supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad; 2. Chickens without the ring of the G.M.V.H. fl 1 2 3 are not supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad. Other Information In the field of Kashruth In this area ma* be obtained by railing our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. RMkovaky, 81* Michigan Avenue, Miami Ileach, Phone 5-359.".. HARRY SIRKIN. Pre*. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. S. LOBEL. Treas. y i tt, %  I ^ ^F



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8V DECEMBER 9, 1949 LEG Al L NOTICE___ UNDER FICTITIOUS K ,c UNDER II*%  • %  %  • K^VKUBTOI^N a*. LpTl'' f -,'; pairing to engaaja In 1 -' ,.' ,i„. fictitious nnm.> | al 1410 MM I ,. h Intend to relster '".'; n ,. Clerk ..f the Cli •' %  i ..!• County, Ploria*. : : "w.i.EK ,I:I:M: ADLER „, T irE TO APPEAR PEnfTITCOURT OP THE F.-niriAI. CIRCUIT IN AND iJKnF C nUNTY, FLORIDA.— %  J?vrFIY No. l** m A Jpp NIZIO, Plaintiff, vs. I THE JJSr ^npoXlZIOj Defendant. %  .,.,. ,.i-..i iiti:i • i" appear to R 5 ,:,:i for Divorce „n or before the %  "":„,. „ 1949; otherwise '"• %  f 'nl-V^AT-HBWIAH. pi er j; -i ,• ('lroult Court R. II. KICK, JR.. Deputy Clerk. ME .1 T.M.I VNOFF, %  if for % %  NOTICE TO APPEAR HBBCIIT CnURT OK THE tWFNTH .ICDiriAL CIRCUIT •**\D Pl.l! DADE COUNTY, S CHANCERY, No. urn LOZli'i i. Plaintiff, vs. RTNUR L'l I""Defendant. SELE*N<'i: 1-oZlTO, BunnyOak, New York .:., Shrub nak, II .1 tn ill,your 1 pause for dl•_.... iy of January, lecree pro conl| against you. .1 of November, LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Court S \l. > %  FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. r-..\ \ PR il \N. Atty. [ Ili.li: ORDER FOR PUBLICATION l-HK CIRC 'CRT I IF THE '.H JITIII'I.M. CIRCUIT IN AND '> PAIII: TY, FLORDA.— a., CHANCERY, N • IM JMEL M STINCIICOMB, Plaintiff, J iLAND I. STINCHCOMB, I STINCHCOMB, | .; • are hereby relo file • •'• ince In th LEGAL NOTICE -k*i *t fkriciiftn NOTICE TO~CREDlTOR! IN AMI FOR DADE rr.CV-rv FLORIDA. IN PRORATF v 23239. AM v In Re: ESTATE OF ESTHER i:. GOLDSTEIN Deceased, To All Creditor, and All Peraoni HavsassK: o r % %  calms and demands !,, either of >— or demands I dresa of the d .. S,,!,l %  I contain the li ........... ,,„. claimant .urn to be sworn to and presented aa afon said, o % %  .' ml PnJffiuftcfc* Sec -' on l2a Date November II, AD IRVIN M. GOLDSTEIN, .\s Administrator ol the Esi Bather E Goldstein, Deceased ,,,,,,'"' PUbl'cal ..,, No LESLIE C. ROME boa Blscayne Bldg. Attorney for In In M Q Administrator 11 18-23 12 2-9 NOTICE TO CREDIIORS IN THE Cyl'NTY JUDGE S Col R r IN AND FOR DADE CurXTY FLORIDA IN PROHATI In R< ESTATE 01 LOUIS HTEIGER, 11. Tn AH • • %  • anil Al I'. Ing Claims oi Di mands A Kstati You, ind each nol fled pi|tilled I claims and demands v elthei have '' on or before I'H ... 4.kll ... I \........... either of you, mnj have .. • %  • estate of U H'lS STEIGER .1 late ol ;. de I'fiini Florida, to the Hoi w p ni,A N'T i.\ i idgi i : I iadi Count the same • Count ip In H ah i %  %  '. Said i lalms the legal addn claimant and tn %  ••,• %  a id m-red Sri Seello 1933 I. .•. \ %  I • %  No vi %  • \ • Tl 1,1.1 E STE As Admii -*.'• %  \ i .:• I -. d, PHILLIPS, WALTERMAN & ti .1 default will >-'.• %  %  r ••. N IATHERMAN, i' cult Court. %  '.: %  : C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. I -. ESQ. I % % % %  Ul in In I KOI :.•-. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,i.i GIVEN %  I i .. 1: ... ... Ill 1.130 N. W %  .< .MI. nd Dadi Coi i IT • I Street NIS Avi %  NOTXE UNDER FICTITIOUS .... LAW L' %  :n Y uiv E N ng to em i-t ll ous name of %  i'\ii.i-i:.%  Beach, F %  said • Court of M. LLSIECKI %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS IK'S ci n IN IND ;' %  •.: !• : ; IN PRi HI ITE, N nK ITS! SIX1 SARAH .%  %  LEGAL NOTICE IN T^W" T P H/?h! CAT| oN— ^ADW6?--ANg toast raja %  '-ly required to file ntered K l. I.EATHERMAN, (Circuit Ci %  %  %  %  < %  M r FEIGE, NORMAN R LYONS C,Wk ;,'" M in i'i. PAGE ELEVEN n. i. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE isv.M,, ,n!: r" V R UK ,UN ER Attorne) for" Apj ants 1010 Blscayne Itldg. Miami, l'l.i. 11 jr, 12 2-D-1C-23 T111 ^ 0 .T, ,CE TO APPEAR ^ i HI. cuter T iiHitr nis vuv ELEVENTH JIDICIAL Ri'l T -.F FLORIDA IN ksD FOR DADE ; ;^. IN CHANCERY. No s I N Fl ;[ : M, SWERDLIN, as trua", ""'" ''• C. %  /. OZBORNE '*' J rI J OZBORNE, his r.. ., U.fei danls. T 'r,;'vYv : S .,;,;' mM:s MYRTLE IRVA.N CHILES, his wife, if livI Si t then !' al 113 ol U, • I .. %  Park N dins i" ""• ; ded in Plat : tin 1'ublic I .1.1.. ... I ll ReiKi f H I Florl You that %  tl %  • linsl yo i entitled i nd you .-. I nplaint the i %  i t on i foi, tlie ll'th day i lier, A.D. th< -' %  a decrei I'atrd tl S'ovi A E. R :.r \ 'IIBRJI VN. the lit i 'ourt, In I M. FEUIE, ;. ['ALLOT A T\ %  .''•:-. BS NOTICE TO APPEAR v THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE ''.!".". NTV — ,N CHANCERY, No. AYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC., a Florida i-orpnratlon, Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE GODSON, el al Defendants Tl: I'A CLINK GOl ISI IN .".Tn West 189th Street New York, New York YOF ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO APPEAR to the BUI of Complain) of Mortgage Foreclosure Hied against you in Hiabove Rtyled cause, on or before Dei oil., r 19, 1949, which mot I gage encumbers the following depcribed personal property situate ami liiin;.In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: I French Settee; l Oak Desk: I Green us Settee; 2 Antique Highboys; I Red OS Walnut Chairs; l Quality Gaa stove; i Cold Spot Refrigerator; I Porcelain Top White Table; 1 Singer Si II 0 Ma. !i ni \ AF 21.1853; I Walnut Dresser; l Metal Cnt; l i>ak i 'liiu.i Cabinet; 1 • Ink Bench; l French i n east I Red Chah s and Sofa: 1 Cream Double Bed; Antique o I icsk : I Mahogany I iresser; l Pi Ity Point lold Leaf Sen en; Rock Map. Hlbo> : l Map. Bine OS Arm chair: l Antique I • em li Seen tat ial I lesk (Hand Carved); I Map. 9 1 Oblong I Hull % %  T i 'Hi. ru Ise thi i of said r.':i! %  %  f 'omplalnt lil lie taken at l.v you. i MI. .1 nt Miami. Florida, this 17 day of S veil K I'.. LEATHERMAN, !" %  i %  the Circuit Court, lit C irt Seal) i: M. C. FEIGE, Deput) C MARX If. FABER fi Cnngreti FI 11 21 12/2-5 DAVID ROSNER ELIZABETH ROSNER SAMUEL M. ROSNER SAMUEL SLOTNICK BLANCHESLOTNICK FRED K SHOCHET ETHEL SHOCHET l I 11 I. I, .--III M | | I', | MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys tor Applicants ll -'.'. 12 2-9-16 23 ..v.hereby fj ired to file your appearance In the above divorce action on or h fori imber 19, 1949, or a default win be • ntered against you. Dated November 17. linn \T B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, (Circuit Court Seal) ny M. c. PEIOE. I 'I'IMII i I 'lerk BERNARD HUTNER Vttorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 11 23 12 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious n ime il Archer Apartments at Miami B i h Florida, Intend to register said nami with the Clerk of the Circuit C rt ol i lade 'ouiily, Floi Ma. MICHAEL M. BRi llll.l'A BROOK M VRX M FABER Al torney for App nta Bldg, 11 :'-, 12 ORDER OP PUBLICATION IN Tl P Till: JUDICIAL • %  • %  the II • %  if C BLAN'P IN. C i i Dade Counl %  I., ti it.it... • VUAII SCUM / .. S.i %  t and I irn .rubal Vi-i CHARLES SIM rsK> \\ : \ i I SCHWAR %  ': \ %  \ \ ,. W.-.iN. • iK \ .. HAH Attorneys f Vilnili liATED at M N .EATHERMAN, %  %  %  irt. %  %  • M i FEIGE, •; Clerk PH W M V LEK %  II 12 2-S ORDER OF PUBL'CATION 1 %  •' ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE •"•':' RT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fi .IL I i.\l IE 'i H'NTY l-'l.' iltll 'A, IN I'll \Ni'i:r;V. No 12S433. KRIST STANIC I laintiff, \ YUBP 'A STANIC, I YOU, YUBIC '. STANIC, an It to fill ... %  ... %  : '. %  ; %  i defnuli entered ou. I NOM 17, 1919. K. B. LEATHERM KN, of th '' lit Courl i Bj M C, FEIC.E, 1 %  ; xRD IIITNEIl %  %  %  -; % %  ORD'.R TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT C( (URT I M I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE C< J'NTY, IN iM.\.Ni'i:i:\ No %  .'S6SS LtllS i: CLAYTON, Plaintiff, va %  iEORC.E E CLAYTI IN, Defei rl ml Yu i. t!Ei IRI IE IC. CLAY l"i >N 730 .-' Greenleaf AM-.. Whlttier, : equli eil in file an appe i the abm •• entitled suit i >i dli "i ii the 30 day ni : ii i |,ro confesso w III bi : jail thl 0 day of Novi H I. E B, LEATHERM W. i 'l.-t k of tile Cireuil (Cli cull Court St-al) By M. C. II. i • put MOIE .1. 1. TKNDRICH l.:i ii7 Rises I III Fl 'id. i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< ITICE IS 11 GIVEN ... er tin e of iley i 'onstructlon "o. nt 17:;? S W Si et, VI Is mi, Fl n I •.. i eglsti ; %  .-.ii'1 name Ith Hie %  Cli It Court of l 'adi I! Florida. JACK .'. BINKLEY s \M SILVER Utoi ney for Applii ant neress Bids 11 25 12 2-9-16-2 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that • mdei signed, desiring to i -s under the fltlotlous nai •07 Cl CREDITORS DUE'S COURT M E i-m'x i N \ PROBATE, No • %  I IF I UI P. rsoni Havnnds Against Said L %  I you, anhereby red to presi nt any which you, or %  ve against the c K.ie,,.. deceased, inty, Illinois, to tin %  .. %  iR DADE O^CTTR OF PUBL.CAT.ON IN THE CIRC ... H FL i C CHANi ERY, NJI.HN WESLEY SollLE. ri. to ant. ,. Iin thi above (1HN WESLEY NOULE %  %  %  Vlra ... are hereby ord. 1 nt. H'I~.Il(>N Ull'itr tini itifc. ii-'iia ^....-.^ -CHIN & LEE RE8TAI BANT at ill before 1949, otln rA : answi •EGGY JEAN NOl In 30 dai f I" %  taken -iconf 1 ngaiiisl !' • %  • .. X..'. %  • R LEA 'HERMAN, %  "] IOCI.D. • '.. : k. s VMUEL I. RAN \ i. 1949, !VN I i.K JBUNE, of the Last Will ami %  Ann. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N ? A H M i:RE-.^niVEN thai Street, Beach, Florida, lnregiater said name with the Ircult Court of Dade I' SAMUEL SCHECHTER LEE Fl 10 GEORGE .1. rALIANOFF ney for Api 11 2 i 12 2-9 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE i .: %  IT Ci ll [IT OF :'. KNTH .11*1 'ICIAL I IN \ND Fl IR DADE Tl IN CIIANC1 M U! IN Ci HEN Plaii I PAULINE %  ilIEN, i 'i fend .. PAULINE HIEN N. Y. Y(11' '. I:': HEREBY NO" that a B %  Int fo lb 1 COH1 IN I, In the % %  %  %  the above ed e further i are I required I %  %  epu JEROME II. WEINKLE y for l i 711 Seybold Bids;. Florid .• i '. [Canoe, Da.?'/ FRIEDMAN il i\ N0T CE N\ DER P'CTITIOUt ft)TlCP NAIV, E LAW KKEBY GIVBN that I ni to encase In rictltloaa name of eau at |4U Col. I ami Bea h, Florida, 1 ild n.i with l!l mi Court of i Mil. L i", VN, ll: BRmam, BUttvtv^ Owner | M v WE 'N-8TIN & NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I HE ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIKCI i I IN vND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1 -N',,;'' \i VRI ; VRET > i 'INC. Plaintiff, vs. FRANCIS MAERS YOUNG. Defendant. Ti'Francis Maera Young, roQomoke City, Maryland. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or gnawer to the Bill of Complaint for l'ivorce In this on ."• before December 27th, IM*, otherwise sai.i %  till of Complaint will be taken as confessed by v.ui Tills order Is to be published In Thi Jewish Florldlan. lmNK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida this 23 day of Nov., 1949. h '"" K. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk of the Circuit Court. : ^WM^W. STi.CKlNC. Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET, Attorneys 4-'ii Lincoln Road. li 2J 12/2-9-16 [ %  7" ara'nea" In the abovi di. T^i N % % %  : : • %  %  % %  ;., %  %  %  %  ,, %  Clerk of the C (Circuit Court Seal) ( K ,. Dji it; NORMAN P.. I.Yi'NS. !>V• Law 514 Oiynipia Bldg. Miami. Florida 11,18-25 12/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N r l, .rH^RE^OlVEN that i ,, age ii \X ISTEINMAN | L'MMBL H/1 %  ; I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW „ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fltlctious name of : IN STANDARD SERVICE at N W. 7t!i Avenue, Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MANNING SANDERS SAM M1TZMAN EI.RV STONE Attorney for Manning Sanders and Sam Mltzman 11/18-25 12/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVE • that ii lei signi I, deaii Ing to ei I %  in .i un i. r the : % %  fltlous i I THE BELLEVUE HOTEL nl '. I7ih Terra* e, Mia mi, Florida to n gister anld i Ith tl of the Circuit i lout'of Dade C Florida HUGH L. BLACK. LeSJ • LUELLA BLACK, Lessee AM^S BENJAMIN Attorney for HUGH L. and LUELLA BLACK, Lessees. ll U-18-26 12 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiidersimiel. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PIERRE'S CONFECTIONS at MIAMI. DADE I'OUNTY, FLORIDA, intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ESTHER BAI4N Sole Owner 11 '11-18-25 12 :'-:' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en.'i? In business under the fitictious name or Dinner Key Service Station at ZohO South Bayshore Drive, In the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register sal't name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida SAMUEL KEITH HANNAH KEITH SEYMOUR KEITH Attorney for Applicants 1323 DuPont Bids11/18-25 12/2-9 ( • i : -i r


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A y, DECEMBER 9. 1949 jsure-Time Facilities In Community un d Inadequate By Survey Group i being made by 1 a nd other Jewish h YMHA. the Mij h Community Center, :: i following princ used as a guide in provide recreaure time servi i the Jewish tions and -• r .,, ,,„ %  :. .. u.-v mam:am proper y. facilii % %  %  "ide meetleadership and p f en d activitj space for all s „ that the children %  icomm which is headed %  s been meet\ 0 '.. tin | several weeks -. assistant disei vice of the i Board. 1if leisure been dramat>ns made by the stent requests areas and the' ssistance in or; : icting a largi i tie for the Jewding in their the committee u %  -% %  %  | be made t i %  ol pri igrams : %  P e l I y On i in which %  •. 'i 'ii could by d< i enl I n providing t'.' %  -sch %  thl .:; %  VldUS I 4. A centralizi training p stitutt d v se pur] to prepan ps sp ins i well other Jewish community. 5. Cei %  • i %  ; I %  6. A pn all lei be institul p %  : n practices i -. 7. Efl • ler 1 and i ; the .. %  %  and I : [ice with 1 %  !" ming. ad ould be rendered pi jrama i %  n the coi mun" %  %  n ini %  %  i ..' pul : %  ..ks : gent lion • isic, %  i s, c ml %  espi cially %  ; such a %  on... i i'i such i PAGE FIFTEEN I of every group and organ: the committee reports. The program committee, which :s of representatives from all Jewish organizan • le ci mmunity, includes Mrs. Leo Alpert, Morton B Shepard Broad, Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell, Ren Essen. Her; Milton r'r.i i Cy Gi Ibe Hi rbi rl Gi lernte S ; '"' % %  n, Emil G iuld. Rabbi G am r, Maurice G, Le Huberman, Charles bson. Gus Jacobson, I. m in, Rabbi Leon Kronish, SidLebow, Sidney Lefcourt, MilMrs. Alt: d M I Dr. Donald Michi Ison, Mrs. Joseph Pardo, Julius M -. Ada Scheiner, in, Rabbi Max Shapir s m Shapiro, M •. S IMrs. Milton Sirkin, Maurice Skop. Bernard Sterling. Mrs. Martha Susskind, i: Ungerleider, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Elias Picheny, Morns Klass und Max C. Gettinger. DORAN D. ZINNER, D.D.S Formerly at 505 Huntinoton Big., Miami and 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Aounces The Removal of His Offices For The Practice of Dentistry To 310 Huntington Bldg. Miami, Florida Telephone If No Answer 82-3601 Call 82-3465 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY including West p issil inada and ficienl in 8. It is i tial thai n luding North ated and Hialeah, ..-. I ... :: Springs Opa-Locka. tor I n the Beach facilities wherever m • E 50th S .. to: the development of nev Sue! hat may arise ties when the necessity arises. As I tore, a step in that directii n, i1 An n program' recommended that all organizab!d be planm d, utilizing all tions requiring meeting space Itntiio 1 —|t; Dispatched m • DEPENDABLE • SAFE • ECONOMICAL • EFFICIENT • CONVENIENT Ask Abo.it Our Services Today! iRMORED mi CKSF.R\ KUXC P.O. SOX 1028 • MIAMI 6. FLORIDA • PHONE 91781 91782 INDED AND INSURCD FOR ONE MILLION DOLLARS r -i Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry .. • About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS £. HOLIDAYS JACK &"JILL 24 N.W. rth St. Off Miami Ave. CAFETERIA COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLOS1DA 2 VEGETABLES, BREAD AND BUTTER With All Meat and Fish Orders BREAD AND BUTTER WITH EGGS AND SOUPS II WISH PASTRIES I0r (Ol I I i: 5e All Baking Done In Our Daylight Bakery on Premises Prompt Curteous Service :-: Free Parking JOE SOBEL. Owner BILL SIMON. Mgr. SOMETHING NEW IS BEING ADDED MIAMI CABUXAC CAFETKBIA 33 Northeast 2nd Avenue 400 SEATS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SAME MANAGEMENT O.M; IIMM'K FIKO.II OCEAN Ready for immediate occupancy, 100 room hotel and 4 stores. Furnished and in A-l condition. A most advantageous purchase can be made if you act at once. FEUER & EISENSTEIN, Realtors LEO EISENSTEIN Telephone D8-856S W. I. FEUER 235 Lincoln Road "PERSONALIZED SERVICE" HOTELOWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS \ LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING n Y WITHt.s 9 WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FRO M NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS TO GREATER. HAPPINESS Chase Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION < I3£f NORTH BEACH OFFICE -JJ7435 Collins Ae. MAIN OFFICE 1100 Lincoln Road Fit: 58-7411 -—-—.~ Ph: 86-7331 WEMSES t L CIIMINTS, Pr.iid.nl ME Ri ftdtrcl Moirt Fedrrel Sovingi loon ESOCCES OVER J15 000 000 cr.d loon fo-k Svl"em Imu-otK* Corp. '< % 



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AY( DEC EMBER 9. 1949 ier Is Named nclave Chairman [".I. n s, Miller, Miami Beach j ., n appointed by I ice in St. Louis aa tntion chairman for the Nu Ttositon legal fraternity conheld in Miami ;>;{ through the 31. nnounced that he will bally extend invitations to L|y elected Sen. Herbert S. tan: Judge Jonah J. Goldformer candidate for U. S. [ ', %  York; presiBernard Baruch: goV( ... Ellis Arnell of *iaand Barnett Hodes. corfor the city of landing members I tlegatffrom Uvcnty-Uvn [ xpected to attend K..;. na |j (invention to be [in Florida A large number %  nd undergradC; headed bv Harry Smith. I to be present. 1 tinn d< legates will be U in the J< fferson, Bancroft. [Haddon Hall hotels. A proL 0 f ties has been tied, in a luncheon to tj a n ti I iudiciary has £ invited. I nental in the hiiation ol Nu Beta Epsilon I ;he U "1 Miami I as its first J '.;,-• re-ele I I the last naI |§elin*ky Will rak To Parents : Mi iipar en tl sions I Miami Jewish will Feature | .local psyili speak on \ a the Family." on December 13. at 8 p.m. ladulls are invited to attend vs Mrs. Le > |H, if the series i vening L mis itive director peBu:c%  .1, wish Educa|spoke %  %  Jewish Child •Von-J irld," and on I vmour Blumla! launche'l the series with a kaionof -Y Child and His ftionshi] the Family," Gershon Miller Center Forming Vouth UU>t> Club A youth glee club I 30 is being organized by the i tinn division of the Miami B< ich Jewish Center, it has been announced by Fi /. dii >r of education and activitii.-. Bo; of ten and thirti en ttendin center's trained by C en to jjt. •'annu C h >n Sunday, D en i r 18. at 10 a.n : whifti time thi traditioi ; will be ; Tin glee cl the ci lebration d in the miniature ...;; lighl the Cl mi Plans have been mad I n the n appi if tl club at 1 eptions Y riday n Council Women Te iloi.i Yea* w I Jl wish •' %  '•' 13, it 1-30 p m %  bley, memb, A \ r%  lobe th-'.V : h mes rliami ., M -.tend i ,mi T % % %  inv el m n mem 1 1 Th ; mp held egular v.D ember V ; '" ,V %  ; : tel, Mrs. %  J Manx I v i Mrs. '' : S • .. • his"und on this holi: Mrs. Irv :, %  J wish 1 liscu m foil iwed. AJC Director Visits Here i %  .. lireel A Beach to %  %  I B :. .: : Si the Soul : : : : : .:. •% %  o. PAGE SEVEN Gables JWV To Meet Next meeting of the Coral Post of the Jewish War Will be held on Wednesday, December 14, at 8 p.m. I at the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center. During the meeting nominations for officers to head the post for 1950 will be made with the elections taking place at the following meetii January. All men and women who are veterans of World War II are invited to attend this meeting. <>allK Zionists To Ilolil Parly A benefit card party : ir the Coral Gables Zionist District, will be held Saturday evening, De10, %  the h ime I M and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons, 1624 S W. 17th Terr. Co-hostesses for the affair, with Mrs. Lyons, will be the Mesdames Jack Price, Meyer, Fine, D. L. nh use an ; Max Frii dson. :f^nv^ / Distributed by Palm Distr'butors. Inc.—14 N E. 24th St. Miami Phone 6-3923 DRINK PLENTY OF CT^xipure V Water CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 132 Ask Your Grocer For wit* CANADA DRY, tosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE 3ULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DS. A.M. THURS. A.M. phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 I S.W. 8th St. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS ^P'SrV SERVING \: GREATER ^§f l*Lj@S&MIAMI MILK %  C REAM • ICECREAM MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Sooth Florida's favorite fine-textured, tender, and tasty! FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 9-8456 NORMAN MENDELSON |1('HIIOSA Kosher Meat Prod nets phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere Exclusive ior "999" Real Kosher—New York W PONCE DE LEON I (Cor. Almeria Ave.) WHOLESALE & RETAIL I WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS F' 3*^,..!..__ ,. ... .. i u.i... uncl. tn 9, supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashaith, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director ___^^^_ 'Civ that hot weather is here, m run the risk cfr running short-. your BALLANT1NE .~-y „rETT P. Ballantin* & Son*. Newark, N. J. 'TATP n^ Distributed by IBI AV5 VERAGE DISTRIBUTOR'S 'BLAJ^K, Pres. OF MIAMI. INC Phone 88-3431 i Luscious sweet rolls baked (:o;h this morning and rushed to your grocer! TWQ f OUR MANY FINE PRODUCTS *£ HIH.TOW5T.AK FOR 36 TEARS F %  •