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Title:
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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
EME22-NUMBER 50
^^LORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ice President Barkley To Headline Federation Meet Sunday
Vic
President Alben Barkley, Sen Claude Pepper, Rabbi
Bernstein, former Jewish adviser to the American Military
nm'ent in Germany and Frank Weil, president of the
lonal Jewish Welfare Board will be headliners at the all-day
ietence of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the
., i' iimiiv Club, 2601
i119th St.. on Sunday. De- c,f'er a p.cture of the needs of
J- \i. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; the various ageneies. which will
scheduled Jo speak at the comprise the 1950 Combined Jcw-
ish Appeal.
Theme of the morning session
which will get underway prompt-
ly at 10 will be "What Makes Our
mi Beach Mayor Harold Turk Jewish Community Tick?" Leon-
Walter E. Headley. Jr., chief i ard Abess, chairman of the con-
dice of Miami. i ference committee will give the
rpose of the all-day meet, j opening remarks. "A City With-
jfding to William D. Singer, I out Agencies" will be performed
(ration president, is to pre- I by the drama group of the Miami
to the Jewish people of the j Beach YMHA. Highlight of the
liunitv ii report on the 1949 morning session will be a panel
bined Jewish Appeal and to' (Continued on Page 10)
I Dr. Gordon W.
Ljov. chairman of the Depart-
of Human Relations at the
Ujsity of Miami; Malcolm
University of Miami editor;
Israel Begins Transfer of Capital
From Tel Aviv To Jerusalem
leseth Israel To Open Week-Long
edication Celebration Friday Eve
he-eth Israel Congregation _
open its week-long dedica-
i celebration on Friday eve-
a; 5 o'clock, when world
US Cantor Leib Lango will
t the services. The eminent
i j will also officiate
I s on Saturday morning.
il Harold Turk. Greater
fcni rabbis and civic leaders
participate in dedication
Sunday. December 25. at 8 p.m.
The spiritual leader of the con-
gregation. Rabbi Ever, president
of the Greater Miami Mizrachi
organization, will officiate at all
dedicatory exercises.
Committee in charge of the
affair includes Abraham File-
stone, chairman. S. Clavman.
:i Sunday afternoon I Wolf Sirot, Henry Spero, Nathan
motloek. At that time Cantoi
Bge will also render selections.
.its will be served and
Bissien'is fn
(nesdav. December 20, will be
Bis Night al Mi' congregation.
pto: Jacob Tamber of Ro-
ss*.. \. V. will chant the
Kiv services and will offer a
Itert after the services. Mrs.
pisGlasser, national vice presi-
of the American Jewish
foress Women's Division, will
Jfliest speaker On this occa-
i officers of the Kneseth Is-
Sugai. I. Eisenstein. A. Selcvan.
S. I. Sherman. Jacob Miller. Solo-
mon Steiner.
Greetings by the President of
the United States, governor, sena-
tors and congressmen will be read
at the dedication celebration.
Sunday afternoon.
U.N. Assembly Votes For
International Regime
FLUSHING MEADOWS
(WNS)A powerful bloc of
Communist, Catholic and Arab
votes prevailed against pleas
for moderation by Isreal, the
United States and Great Britain
as the United Nations General
Assembly voted to impose an
international regime over Jeru-
salem.
The fateful decision was mde
after an impassioned address
by Moshe Sharell, Israeli For-
eign Minister, who warned the
Asembly that Israel will was
unalterably opposed to an in-
naticnal regime and that it
would not cooperate with the
Security Council's implementa-
tion efforts. With the Security
Council under instructions to
prepare a permanent regime
over Jerusalem regardless of
any action Israel and Transjor
dan may take, even the pro-
ponents of internationalization
were baffled by the possible
repercussions of the Assembly's
action Even while the debate
was on, Transjordan cautioned
the U.N. it would oppose "the
execution" of any and all at-
tempts to internationalize the
city.
TEL AVIV -Israel is speeding up the transfer of government
offices from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the Knesset is called
to convene within 10 days in the Holy City the United Nations
voted to internationalize.
"For the State of Israel there always has been and always
influenced by the war and the
Arab siege of Jerusalem.
Both Israel and Hashemite Jor-
dan, the occupying powers, say
they will not give up their sec-
will be only one capital. Jeru-
salem the Eternal," Premier
David Ben-Gurion told the Parli-
ament Tuesday night. "So it was
3.000 years ago and so it will be.
we believe, to the end of time."
Ben-Gurion rejected the UN
decision at the start of his speech
before Parliament. He said the
decision was "utterly incapable
of implementationif only for
the determined, unalterable op-
position of the inhabitants of
Jerusalem themselves."
"It is to be hoped that the Gen-
eral Assembly will, in the course
of time, correct this mistake
which its majority has made and
will make no attempt whatsot ver
to impose a regime on the Holy
City against the will of its peo-
ple." he said.
The premier declared 1
will continue to respect in full
all existing rights in the holy
places, consents to effective UN
supervision of those holy places
and respects the wishes of all
states concerned for freedom of
worship and free access to all
religious sites.
He said the establishment of
the seat of the government at Tel
Aviv was a temporary measun .
tions of the city. The United Na-
tions has no power of enforce-
ment other than the pressure of
public opinion.
Myers Renamed CJFWF President
More than 500 delegates to the 18th annual qeneral as-
Ladies Auxiliary'wiiTbe fn- sembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
reelected Stanley C. Myers of Miami as president. This marks
Myers' fourth term as CJFWF president.
The assembly, composed of re-
presentatives from every section
--- of the country and Canada, adopt-
pwd. honorary president; Mrs.. ed a series o{ resolutions designed
finJf,n VJ- pTnen ^rS- to strengthen 1950 national fund-
Stone. Mrs. Belle Kaplan raising fo|. total Jewish needs in
n: Sisterhoods have been in-
and refreshments will be
|v:ded.
h be installed at Tuesday
s meeting are Mrs. Eva
Rose Schneider and Mrs.
Selevan. vice presidents;
Anna Wolf, treasurer; Mrs.
Ruth Ever, recording sec-
F>': Mrs. Frances Ullian, fi-
Pal secretary. Board members
Pje the Mesdames Esther
P1' Roa Bandes, Sophie
Wun'1 G:,t'nberg, Ida Hur-
FMollie Wittner. Ann Ferdin-
Minnie Mendelson, Fannie
??na. Esther Greene, Esther
Lena Wolk, Pearl Gratz.
Esther and Marie Balaban.
Isaac H. Ever will serve
installing officer.
Nnesday, December 21. has
'aesign;ll..d Synagogue Night
P'ewients f all Synag0gues
VL;J ,ed have een invited to
P<' ni the program. A
em ,-uest speaker and
* cntor will be on the pro-
students
gues
of the
l&!!!Sr?el Tal'ud Torah and
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Talmud Torah
!'i a Chanuka
tram f '" a >-nanuKa
>i Louis. Feder will
Actions.
c*o;
' cantor will of-
L" vices Friday evening
"id o" V m<"'nir|K. December
. Parade and an or-
Kthe wgW4?ht the dedica"
l- '''',S'for Trah presented
'even s Solrn Steiner.
I be a I of the celebration
hall .t1 supPr at the
11 of th synagogue on
Israel, overseas and at home and
to insure a closer working part-
nership between the communities
and national agencies.
The assembly's actions followed
intensive discussion of recom-
mendations presented by three
major national CJFWF commit-
tees. Reporting to the delegates
were: Julian Freeman, Indiana-
polis, chairman of the committee
on stable and unified fund rais-
ing; Herbert R. Abeles, head of
the national-local relationships
committee; and Bernard P. Kop- I
kind, chairman of the committee
on multiple appeals.
Other major speakers at the
three-day assembly were Presi-
dent Myers. Dr. Nelson Glueck,
president of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion: and Harold Glasser, director
of the CJFWF institute en over-
seas studies.
In aaditon to Myers, thi dele-
gates elected officers for the com-
ing vear. They were: vice presi-
dents, Herbert R. Abeles. New-
ark; Julian Freeman, Ind
polis; Norman S. Goetz, New
York: William Rosenwald. New
York; and Robert J. Koshland,
San Francisco. Milton Kahn, Bos-
ton, was reelected secretary, and
Sylvan Gotshal was again named j
treasurer. ,
In basic resolutions the dele-
gates reaffirmed the "right and
responsibility" of each communi-
ty to make the "final determina-
tion of its campaign goal and oi
its budget allocations to bene-
ficiary agencies supported d\
welfare fund drives. At the same
time, the resolution placed upon
each community "the responsi-
bility for giving fullest considera-
tion to requests for funds by the
United Jewish Appeal and other
agencies."
Acting upon another recom-
mendation, the delegates passed
a resolution urging the formation
of liaison committees, wherever
needed along the lines of the
recently organized joint liaison
committee of the CJFWF and the
UJA. The liaison committee con-
siders matters of mutual interest
to the UJA and communities, and
aims to strengthen cooperative re-
lationships and avoid needless
misunderstandings. If the UJA
is unable to resolve any problem
with an individual city, it will
bring the matter to the liaison
committee.
Another resolution passed by
the assembly urged the estab-
lishment in Israel of a central
philanthropic fund and budget for
all Israel welfare purposes. The
committee reported that a pro-
posed National Jewish Welfare
Fund, which would both raise
and distribute funds, was neither
"feasible nor practicable" at the
present time.
In an important resolution the
delegates expressed their convic-
tion that responsibility for the
establishment of programs in any
given community should rest pri-
marily with the individual com-
munity or area itself.
"Local branches or area offices
of national community relations
(Continued on Page 4)
n elected to the presidency of the Council of Jewish
r- J !'! and Welfare Funds, Stanley C. Myers, Miami, (second
f,S'f. is congratulated by Bernard P. Kopkind. New Haven
from lelt) 'S,"7JFWF multiple appeals committee, at the recent
,^r?fner 1 Assembly held it Cincinnati. Looking on are: Julian
18th Gf"e"' A"e_m,i Y chairman of the CJFWF stable and unified
Freeman. Indianapois^c Herbert H. Abeles, Newark,
chaiman,no9f th? CJFWF'national-local relationship, committee
(right). _________________
UN Trusteeship
Unit Discusses
Jerusalem Issue
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)-The
United Nations Trusteeship
Council met here Tuesday to con-
sider a procedure for translating
into reality the U.N. General As-
sembly's decision to internation-
alize Jerusalem under the ad-
ministration of the Council, it
was reported here. However, the
real work of the Council is ex-
pected to be completed at its next
regitlar meeting, schedu:ed to
open either in Genva or in New
York early next January.
The Assembly decision was
adopted last week bv a vote of
3^-14. with seven abstentions. The
United States and Britain joined
Israel in opposing the resolution,
while the Soviet bloc, the Arab
bloc and a majority of the Latin
American nations voted for it.
No volunteers to serve on a
trusteeship mission to Jerusalem
to implement the Assembly reso-
lution were to be found at Flush-
ing Meadow or here this week.
Some of the delegates were of
the opinion that Dr. Herbert V.
Evatt. Australian Minister for Ex-
ternal Affairs and head of the
Australian delegation to the U.N.,
would be a logical candidate for
U.N. Commissioner to Jerusalem
since his delegation sponsored the
internationalization resolution.
The composition of the Trustee-
ship Council which will begin to
wrestle with the Jerusalem prob-
lem this week will include an
overwhelming majority of the
member nations which voted for
the resolution. Of the twelve
members of the Council, eight
Argentina. Australia, Belgium,
China. France. Iraq, the Philip-
pines and the U.S.S.R.voted for
the measure and will be faced
with putting it into effect. The
United States and Britain will re-
present the opoonents of he reso-
lution, while the other two Coun-
cil membersthe Dominican Re-
public and New Zealand ab-
stained.
A spokesman for the American
delegation stated that it had not
yet adopted a definite policy on
the future of Jerusalem. In the
light of the Soviet amendment to
the original Jerusalem proposal,
that the statute be democratized
further, the delegates may need
further time for discussing the
Jerusalem issue. It is hoped here
thai the U.S. will tleve! ip a full
debate on this point in the Coun-
cil.
It is authoritatively estimated
that the Council can complete the
drafting of the Jerusalem statute
i< ithin two weeks, but no one
expects this to happen because of
the intra-Council debate which is
anticipated between the Anglo-
American delegates and the re-
presentatives of the nations which
voted for the resolution.
Before the U.N. Assembly ad-
journed this week, it adopted a
budget of S8.000.000 for the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem.

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I'll Say...
This column, first published in The Jewish
Floridian of January 7, 1949. is being reprinted by
popular demand. Mr. Simonhoff's penetrating
comments about The Christmas Tree are especially
appropriate as Chanuka and Christmas approach.
Spealti.-iLi to a lady, who p<
I aye ent< n d a beauty contest,
ist, I was treated to I .-ignetl
'hristmas sh luld be joint] ted as a
d will towards our i
aid this fr >m thi vpi I R il
ni" about J us than M si -. WI en 1
' u r Chanuka ci ndl. s should
he and hung on 1
une ol Peace to Christ
v.'
Christ) tas Tree J.
If Mr. Gallup stigt : I
v< v would, I that
t up in the homi
way | the Temple n Y n Ki|
> other Ji .'. as kikes; wh
^HECEMBER
The Christmas Tree
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
.......................
ng ( hi stian Sci< nee: i
neers ab ut Jews and Judaism in then
' mshed and grieved when i
ai ry in church: wh
nated Jewish Appeal; who send Chris!
her Jews: who never extended the slight
victims of Hitler yet were eagi | :
is with bundles for Britain; who wi
of the American Council for Judais i Im
English accent is atrocious, vet affi I
o Yiddish: who change their names 1
.'hen to Curtis: who send their children to Eth
ulture schools; who object strenuously to the ti
- c! Heor, -a- in Sunday Schools; who
n occasions to eat Kosher meat: who sav that J
"uld nilt '"" fl- Public office: who seek ad-
mittance to hotels which flaunt on their masthead
the legend, restricted clientele; who, though pro-
fessed theists, join the Unitarian Church: who
thi a mows of displaced Arabs; who complain
ntel i tuals and crowd the
end thi Harvard and
ghters to Wellesley; who b ast that no one takes
ate the transfer of the
si ice to Sunday: who turn off th<
Jew sh program c >n es on; who have never
r to help build thi Si ti of Israel;
n -.'. hi n anti-Si mil s slai lei Jews:
ified when British fficers in Palestine were in
..; at on hoi whip] II Jews: who profess to
ni interest in Jewish problems; who n<
tend Si n P io prate ..
M 3 Is is menti
C'; r.-: '<.!> Symbol
Lest I be called a downrighi g I let me expli .
: hristmi s tree, hung with gifts I
y the gi nial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful
as ever has been devised. A symbol of
osity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at
est. As a ceremonial, we cai spirit of
cheer, benevolence and charity just as the
Ji wish artist can revere the perfections of Raphai I's
mnas, or the power and sweep of the vast
rama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo.
of us feel the deepest religious emotions when
we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would i ny
one advocate placing a Mondonna in a synagogue?
Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on
Y im Kippur?
The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its
very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that
pens the day commemorating the birth of the
Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing
such carols as "Hail! Oh Hail! Oh. Glorious Morn.
Christ the Prince of Peace is Born"
possible place can this n Wo* 1
celebrations have in a Jewish home' Th *
thing ignorant, superficial or downrtahS1^
appropriating the holiest experiences T*!
religion. It is vulgar to imitat '. in<*
strange ritual, without feeling the o 1
wrapped therein. 8 nuui(
Our regard for the Chris;, |
way differ lrom our atttitudi ?uld J
of our neighbors. We con ,,he relfl
uplifting fa th that mak. ^?
and civilization. How can we I
sjnee that faith is deriv.
h? Our respect for
up in the answer the v. ;-.i
expresses a wish to ei .:;'''i
you chang. ? Your religion
.-erve it sincerely, you wi thetlLS**
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happiet' De'
Rabbi Kronish Named
-i Kronish of Miami
-' named chairman of
"< p':- :: l' n p c immittee by
n R. Winick. newly elected
/' lent of thi S
.ionist region,
Judaism
Our historic position hi .. ., ft. J
ty, though enoi .", ,'
peoples, has no message for us. Our own fair, j
old and respected before the birth of Jesus Its 1
is equipped to serve us c f,om jh s J
to the grave. The inspiration of our mi -3
conceived it The labors of our best minds haifl
v, l,,ped its theology as well as its wav yf 1 ft
iaith that has grown out of our history andbi
tions best fits our national character, molded bvl
situd.es of thousands of years. We are not *e
to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our Decul
genius, our own contribution to world's culture!
The Christmas tree like the cross is a ni
symbol of Christianity. The seven branched Menol
burning the Chanuka lights radiating truth "fre
and heroic self sacrifice is the Jewish svmbol
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Tilt Workmen's Circle Branch
G92 and its Women's Club will
tender a farewell party in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chanin.
who have been spending their
four-week vacation in Miami
Beach, on Wednesday. December
21, at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Chanin is director of the ed-
ucational department of the
Workmen's Circle, chairman of
the executive of the Jewish Labor
Committee and is well-known in
all Jewish cultural circles.
Refreshments will be served
and no admission will be charged.
All who desire to bid the couple
farewell are invited.
Pioneer Women Meeting
Pioneer Wi men Club No. One
of Miami Beach will hold a meet-
ing on Tuesdav, December 20. at
the Astor Hotel. 10th St. and
ingt n Ave., Miami B
to Mrs. Hi nry S
T :;: A-ill alSl
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Ground-Breaking For
Clinic Set For Friday
An S8.000 legacy from Mrs. El-
len Z. Cheney, who died here last
January, will be the down pay-
ment on a $28,000 clinic which
the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children will begin Fri-
day. December 16.
Ground breaking will take
place at 10 a.m. at 159 N.E. 51st
St.. adjacent to the Roosevelt
School for Exceptional Children.
Architects Steward and Skin-
ner have drawn plans for the
building without charge. The
structure, to be one of the most
modern in the South, will house
a clinical treatment center, where
physical, occupational and speech
therapy can be given.
City officials of Miami. Miami
Beach and Coral Gables, repre-
sentatives of social agencies and
school officials have been invited
to the ground breaking exercises
in which two crippled children
will participi
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HHfiBSEH IBj
L nrrTMBER 16. 1949
er 300 Expected At Testimonial
ner |n Honor Of David Whitman
^kMsJllkrMtor
PAGETHREl
, have been accepted
E three hundred persons
Kmonial dinner honor-
fcJSi Whitman, president of
Beth Jacob, which
pavici
held Sum
8at.";n,.::;.i;1v evening. De-
18. at the
Beth Jacob ban-
,ne To Speak to
,mi Zionists,
tction Slated
District, Zionist Or-
will hold
llfiam
ation f America,
-hip meeting on
l,v December 22, at 8 p.m.
Miami Jewish Community
r '450 S.W. 16th Ave., Sid-
fsegall. president, has an-
1." :
weof th'' meeting, accord-
.. gegall, is to introduce
D Stone, honorary presi-
' of'the Zionist District of
[England, and to elect a new
of officers for the 1950
[of Offil
Lie will speak on "Chanuka,
feast of Lights, and Israel."
lanuka refreshments will be
quet hall, according to Chairmen
M. B. Frank and Mar.
man.
rcie Liber-
Hi David To
jet Leaders
ki'jal" rH' ''lection of
]ers and directors will be held
. id Synagogue
jjay, Di 15, at 8:30
Louie Bandell
I in during the
I
fobservan 1 I t'hanuka, the
of the first candle, the
i- ilessings will
(place.
annual memorial service
be held for the members
[departed during the year.
lukaToBeTheme
YRadio Program
lanuka will be the theme of
|s:xth in a series of weekly
easts of the Birnbaum Jew-
flour on Sunday. December
fen 4:30 to 5:30 pm.. over
1 WMBM.
[addition to the regular feat-
l-Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring
[offer Chanuka songs with
pm Donnerstag at the piano.
Weinberg of Detroit will
)e a guest.
lAid Tree Drive
pb Schachter's Jewish Hour
over station WTTT Mon-
wednesday and Friday at
and Sunday at 10 to 11:30
I 'ill dedicate Sunday's pro-
to the Jewish National
rs drive for trees. A staff of
one workers will be on
[to take Chanuka tree orders,
lie name- of the purchasers
|"e read over the air.
Included among the invited
guests are prominent national '
01 V'n ,ocal dignitaries. Sen
Claude Pepper and Rep. George
SZkmS are heduled to
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirituaJ
leader of the congregation, will
be principal speaker.
Judge Bernard A. Frank, pro-
gram chairman, has arrangi
an array of talent, which includes
prominent stars now appearing in
the Greater Miami area.
The dinner is being tendered
Whitman by the membership of
the congregation "in acknowledg-
ment and appreciation of the im-
provements and accomplishments
for which he is responsible since
taking office a year and a half
ago. Among the improvements
which have taken place under
Whitman's regime is the com-
plete remodelling of the Beth
Jacob Community Hall which
originally housed the synagogue
when it was first organized m|
1927. The auditorium has been
enlarged to hold approximately
500 people and is now fullv air
conditioned. The interior has
completely rebuilt with the most
modern appointments.
An annex has been added con-
sisting of the main offices wil
all new office equipment and
furniture, rabbi's office, and large
modern classrooms where reli-
gious school cla- held
daily. An extra large kil
completely equippi I, has also
been added.
Whitman, a local bus
and civic leader, has been I
in civic and community al
since first coming to Miami Beach
15 years ago.
The dinner is scheduled for 7
o'clock. Alfred Lesser will be
chairman and master of cere-
monies.
Ohiiuarv
MRS. PAULINE WEINTRAUB
Age ',:,. passed away Tuesday In ^
locel hospital. .Mrs. Welntraub was
;i lifetime member ish Home for the Aged. Coming here
four years ago rrom New fork, sh6
resided ;ii 810 >l~i St.. Miami Bench
Surviving are her husband, Abraham;
daughter, Mrs Rom 0.....Iman: two
sons, Ben and Slgmund, brother Sam-
uel Rltter, all "f Miami Beach. Serv-
ices were held Wednesday In th,-
Kench Memorial Chapel iih Inter-
ment in Mt, Neno Cemetery.
Mayor Harold Turk has been
appointed division chairman of
the 1950 March of Dimes, Dade
County Chairman George E. Holt
announced last week. Other
mayors chosen to lead the drive
in their respective municipalities
were William M. Wolfarth of Mi-
ami, Keith Phillips of Coral
Gables, William A. McCarty of
Miami Springs and George Frix
of Miami Shores. The 1950 cam-
paign will be conducted from
January 16 to 31.
Beach Mizrachi
Women To Moot
The Miami Beach Mizrachi
Women's Organization will hold
a meeting on Saturday, December
17, at 8 p.m. at the Congregation
Beth Jacob, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Nat Horh-
man, president.
Mrs. Ida Karger. regional re-
presentative and member of ihe
national board, will report on the
organization's national conven-
tion in Atlantic City. Abraham
Sachs, who lias been a member ol
Mizrachi for 30 years, will also
speak.
The group has scheduled its an-
nual Chanuka latke party and
movie en Wednesday. December
21. at 8 p.m. at Congregation
Beth Jacob.
Admission is 75 cents and pro-
ceeds will go to the orphan chil-
dren in Israel.
Concert Planned
The Labor Zionist Council of
11 Miami will sponsor a
I on December 25 at Fla-
mingo Park. Miami Beach, ac-
to an announcement by
Mrs. Rosi s Gerson Kaplan.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be
guest speaker. Other particip nts
in the program will be Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring. Channah
Gi ssberg, well known come-
dienne, and Anyuta Melicov,
pianist, as well as members of
the rlabonim group.
Proceeds will go towards the
Habonim and tickets may be se-
cured from members of the Zion-
ist Labor Council or at the park
the night of the concert.
Chanuka Affair Set
A Chanuka latke party and
games session will be held bv the
Sisterhood ol the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Sunday. De-
cember 18. :.-t the center, 320
Palermo Ave
Mrs. Miiton Yaffee is chairman
of the event and contribution is
50 cents.
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I
ITORIAL
2222^-J
The Jerusalem issue
The decision to place Jerusalem under inter-
national aegis is a greater blow to the United
Nations than it is to Israel.
By waiting more than two years before acting
on implementing an earlier resolution, by stand-
ing by idly while Arab hordes from countries
unaffected by the partition decision liited the
swcid of annihilation against Israel, by keeping
silent while United Nations members' flaunted,
ridiculed and fought to nullify an international
pronouncement by failing to take prompt and
effective measures to protect from destruction the
very city whose holiness was no barrier to Arab
bombs and by failing to use its authority in the
direction of conformity with the decisions to trans-
form Palestine into two states, the United Nations
has forfeited the moral right to adjudicate the
issue. By stepping in after creating a vacuum
in Jerusalem that was filled by Israel's arms and
by Jewish lives, the United Nations has abdicated
the long standing judicial rule that he who seeks
eguity must do equity and that he who dispenses
eguity must come to the bench of justice with
clean hands.
It is futile now to reassert the arguments against
the internationalization sgueeze, for that is what
it is. It is appropriate however to contrast the
inaction of the U.N. following its partition decision
with the sudden firmness cxd speed the inter-
national body is displaying now. While the Arab
armies were invading Palestine in defiance of
the U.N., the masters c: world destiny sat with
folded arms and, perhaps, with sardonic smiles.
Today, when a decision hcs been mace against
Isrcel, the fury of implemented or. is rurr.ir.c:' with
a purpose we never suspected tie international
organization of having.
The battle against mtemationalisation was lost
not because of lack of argument and :ustice. It
was lost because the dice were loaded. The very-
offspring of a religious denomination which fought
for centuries against Christian efforts to dominate
the Holy Land, utilized the "sccred site" cry as
hypocritically as the man who sells tarnished
wares and as successfully. Intelligent men fell
for it not beccuse they could not penetrate ihe
truth, out because to do otherwise might bring
rerr. the wrath and ire of a source whose
increasing influence in international affairs is the
concern of all itened people. One only had
to listen to the tirade of Lebanon's Malik, who
igled the theme of Christendom with a skill
r.ct must have been as apparent as it was thin
who utilized the U.N. forum for the dissemina-
: on of poisonous insinuations, to realize that the
MODERN MACCABEES
holy site argument was a disguise for as shame-
less a display of hypocricy as ever shown in
serious debate. He argued Jerusalem was not a
political but a religious issue. Even he must have
smiled inwardly at that argument, for only the
politically naive could be made to believe that
Soviet Russia and its satellites were moved solely
by considerations of Christian sanctity, and with-
out whose votes the resolution would have failed.
Malik's cynicism and true motive became evident
when, immediately after the decision was
reached, he said that the internationalization
resolution was worth adopting even if it served
no other purpose than bolstering the morale of
the Arab world.
Within minutes he shook off the cloak of piety
and became the politician he is. The religious
moment was no longer his concern. It was Arab
Chanuha Lights
Our sages held that it was itu< .
good Jew to go into debt if mcSt*1
provide Chanuka candles. N0 s2m'
was attached to any of the other SV
is not a holiday which demands of K^
great sacrifices. We need not s*
labors, nor does the synagogue iS
ordinary demands in time on ,he wot011
our sages appreciated rightly fa JJJ
Historically Chanuka determined il,
not to be of the Jewish faith. Antioch,,
only ape** the Jew.sh natio^ ^
himself fanatically to completely \1
vestiges of the Jewish religion WitL, ??u
of Judas Maccabeus, he?e woulf he
Judaism and also no Christianity. The
world as we know it would have had1
different aspect, but for the victory whL
commemorates. n
The holiday is a time for joy Wo mJ
the exchange of gifts. The lighV 0f S3
Chanuka candles glowing in ,he wintrvl
seem to tell us in the words of Scripture thi
may endure for a moment but joy corral
morning. It speaks to us of that hinda
optimism inherent and pervading the lew
any and all tribulations.
Since the establishment of the Jewish!
Chanuka inevitably has assumed added
for we in our day have witnessed a strucja
a victory like that of the aforetime Maccc
Today as we light the Chanuka candi
may amend the phraseology of the prcverl
what and say: "
"Blessed art Thou O Lord our God who*
wondrous things for us in this season, in
days and in our own days."
morale and unity that was paramount.!
morale and unity for what? To resume tl
slaught against Israel with the help and
ance of their newly acquired friends? To stt
en their position against Kir.a Abdullah? Tq
the return to position of the Mufti, arch ene
Israel, of Jewry, and internationally accuse
criminal''
The pattern of Arab designs will become
in time. But whatever those desiqns, tha
be defeated by faith and arms if necessary]
has not fought in vain. The city from wmc
forth the word of God will not be wren
Israel.
Myers Re-Elected CJFWF President
.:. ..-a fn
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or ::ould de-
epened only aftei consultation
with an I nsent <.,f. the specific
'-'' rea, and if
eement be)
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lieved
nmit-
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the it :. added.
"Agenda
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that Jev

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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1949
KISLEV 25. 57.10
] water-tight compartments, as if
j ihey hud nothing to do with eat h
other." Myers declared. "C m-
munity health, like individual
health, is indivisible."
He added that the responsi-
bility of planning fhe capital ex-
pansion of ( .mmunal agencii is
' 'ess th in th l : : planning
theii p"?-. ins." and asi
that communities "must take
.: th ni e Is. ex-
amine them, weigh their validity.
y. and immediacy." and de-
h iw much i if them must
be met in 1950.
isl be consid-
..11 othel
nti : out.
' On thai een done,"
"th( l< in ran

nee i :....,

in :
it thei lecid.
1 '' n
juestioi
ation munit
' long felt thai
had
.:. : )5(j
npaign goals, both as a
of campaigning and bud-
-- uld be the total of the
obligati ins which th.' community
must meet.-' he declared, adding
that the budget committees of
tea r. and mutual con-
fidence. There is every reason to
continue to build on that founda%
ti n The people who were re-
raising the record
sums in the past several years
and for allocating those funds,
are the same people by and large,
who can be trusted again to carry
responsibility in 1950. to-
with the new leadership
nstantly being added."
told the community
iders that Israel's philanthopic
for 1950 will be as great
as in 1949.
"The burdens of large immigra-
tion and development of indus-
trial resources in Israel cannot
be borne alone by the govern-
ment at this time." he declared.
"The three major problems con-
fronting Israel for the forthcom-
ing year are constructing houses
for new immigrants, settling 50.-
000 families on the land, and de-
veloping the industrial capacities
of the new nation." He added that
Israel expects 100.000 immigrants
during the next twelve months.
The delegates also
'desperate emergency
United Jewish Appeal fd
and urged all
make every effort to
maximum amount of us
able to the UJA "in the!
possible time."
new appeals of nationalt
seas agencies "
Other resolutions din
CJFWF to continue its
community organization]
means of strengthening i
ish communal objectives.
A Jewish Center Chanuka Fete In Little Old New York
I..
immunities must make their de-
cisions on the basis of a full study
of the facts.
"We assume that whatever de-
cs: ins are arrived at bv the com-
munity will be accepted in good
faith by* everyone involved."
- asserted. "Budgeting on the
basis of ultimatums, from what-
ever sources, is neither budget-
ing, nor democracy nor wisdom.
What we have accomplished
overseas, nationally, and in our
awa cammunities has been based
Drawing, from files of National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). shows "Temple ded'caftj
at Chanuka celebration staged in 1880 by the Young Men's Hebrew Associationi of New -l
known as the 92nd Street YM fe YWHA. the oldest continuously-functioning Jewish tl
Center in the U.S. Held at the Academy of Music, the fete, .meeting considerable P"^|
rV."\BnnUal 9V*nt f th# Y' which at ** "'' wo ,i,Uat? Zicstnl
rlHl i prMent ***9 20 years in the future. This woodcut depicting the dedic. ^
ae.ntPti..fe*tur*. ,he Chanuka celebration, appeared in Leslie's weekly magasme. la*"1*
x 14 page in that widely read New York publi cation of a bygone era.

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-nfcpWERie, 1949
t Red Cross
rfeet Monday
[ nmnl meeting of the
Lan*tv Chapter, American
W*%M be held Monday.
'^lQ Chapter Chairman
i Mills announced. It
.dinner meeting at the
J Restaurant. 131 Eas
*g" scheduled to start
11 will be elected
D ,,:,| of directors
Tbcal chapter consists of
* ,-.| f which
Erf : ,r r?raiK?*"
Em This '* ''' '" afldlllon
I vacancies. Uiere
ectors pieces
I reports will
light of which
,pter's new
erected on
-ToRlvd The buildmu will
| in 1950.
I .. manager of
I area office,
1 n Atlanta.
pipaJ speaker at
^J^^fkrktian
I Institute of Jewish Studies
nsored by the Bureau of
Education. Beth David.
I El and the Miami Jewish
sity Center. The public is
d above is Michel Gib-
Clio will appear in the stage
wn Sing Israel. Sing" at
p*> Theatre. Miami Beach,
week beginning Decem-
Also featured will be
'Weiss and Hymie Jacob-
* accompanying screen
"non. starring Lucy Levin
*m Fried, will be "The
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Md Announced by
J^ON SEIDEN
Johnny And Rodney LeslieWiTBecoin7
Bar Mitzvah At Beth Jacob December 24
PAGE FIVE
Studies Unit
s Chanuka Fete
IMull Institute of Jewish
l".;.- hold its annual
1(celebration this Monday,
tbe' IV. .' I P-m, at the
||[syr, j 500 S.W. 17th
j ; ih pi urram will
j inity singing
ailed "Day of Re-
tar,.,." 11 .mining the
tm will be t:.lk by Louis
irtzman. executive director
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
fcn "The Meaning of Chanu-
day." All Hebrew classes.
I meet at 7:30 p.m. will be
tted as usual. The program
Lke place during the second
Gould Elected
Emil J. Gould, prominent Mi-
ami builder, was recently elected
president of the Florida Associa-
tion of Home Builders. He suc-
ceeds Charles E. Commander of
Jacksonville.
Vaad Rabonim Supervise
Mendelsohn's Manor
The newly organized Vaad
Rabonim. composed of Rabbi
Mescheloff, Cong. Beth Jacob;
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cong. Beth
El: Rabbi Simon April. Miami
Hebrew School and Cong: and
Rabbi Isaac Ever. Knescth Israel
Cong., announced in a release to
The Jewish Floridian this week
that they have given supervision |
to Mendelsohn's Lincoln M.
2 Lincoln Road. Reverend S.
Sapir has been appointed per-
ni..in nt supei visor.
EVERY DINNER A BANQUET
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Tll.llllTIOX.lL I1IXXHR
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LINCOLN MANOR ON THE OCEAN
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i until* \s most u \i kioi s
KOSHER REST AM IIAXT
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Mr. and Mrs. S mi n H. Le>lie.
3114 Prairie Avi .. Miami
announce the Bar M;;/\.
twin sons. Johnny ney, to
be held Saturday. December 24.
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, at
301 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, with Rabbi Moses .Mes-
cheloff officiating.
Services will begin at 9 a.m. to
be followed by a reception in the
auditorium. Friends and relatives
are invited to attend.
Rodney and Johnny attend the
Nautilus Junior High School
where they are officers of their
class and honor students. They are
patrol leaders of Scout Troop
No. 35.
The twin brothers are the
. L ..- Miller,
lati Mrs. Minni( Milli .
:: ;. !!. 6380 Ir.
; Dr., Miami Beach. Mr, and
Mrs. I., slii have been i esidents ol
Miami Beach for 25 years.
David iNoOle Leslie, the twins
brother who is a senior at the
University of Michigan, will ar-
rive next week to atte:,d the
celebration.
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Sunday, Dec. 18,1949
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Hear These Headliners
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Herman Named
To Masada Post
Harold Herman of Miami was
named Young Judaea chairman
: the i'" cr.th annual conven-
tion of Masada held November
24-2? at Sunset Lodge. Sharon,
'.lass.
Delegate to the conclave in-
structed a special committee to
negotiate with the Zionist Or-
nization of America for mt>
tion of Masada into that body.
Elected to the presidency of
Masada was Gene Sucov of L mg
Island, who will head the spi
committee on negotiation. Serv-
ing with Sucov will be Gi
Wolpc of Boston, first vice presi-
dent; Harold Hurwitz of Wash-
;ngton, D. C: Sidney Ma
Birmingham, Ala.: Carl Lampni
Brooklyn; and Dr. Sam Krohn,
Detroit, all second vice presi-
dents.
Chairmen of committees are
Sidney Mazer of Birmingham.
Membership chairman; Jack Sil-
verman of Brooklyn, education
chairman; David Lowenthal of
Pittsburgh, fund-raising chair-
man: Israel Katz of Atlanta.
Chalutzim chairman; and Hei
rtosenkranz of Bayonne. Public
lations.
Members-at-large include Bea
Supnick, Bro iklyn; Alex Gins-
erg I. mg Beach, Calil ; Frank
Aldt rman, 1! ter: Bill J.;
lando: Eric Grubinger. Allsi i
.;..->. and Henry Silvern. :
- .' :.. Mi SS
Thv. convention passed n
tii ns that in< luded c ntii
-upp I : the !>:>-:
: v iuth des :.:._:
Israel epresented
t Aliyah): pt -
P iidenl Ti u
I -. ntinued
upp t of tl I liti I Jewi i A] -
the 1
ulture in thi Ami
ltVa< h Juniors
lloill Partv
bring
er" partj n Wi
vi n :._. D er 14. al the
: Miss F Lev;
'
Parl pa til
Frar.cii I
Anm tti Mi I
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part

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-'- etting f th. nil ... .
T 15 al
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A cai
ervan I Chanuk
Le w is. u 11 on
hail.-. :.. .-. :. ; tl
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T Meet Doe. n
Bnai B,,th Wom
Gables will hold their J
meeting Tuesday De J
be held T ; 'uncJ
at 12:30 p..,i ,, k F*H
atre Restaurant, w K Dav1
two-hour show. thacol
A full evening 0f M,J
ment will foll-w the J?S
sunr, sag
YouToPThni igggl
A week-long dedication celebration will lake place at Kneseih Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid
Ave.. Miami Beach, beginning Friday evening. Rabbi Issac H. Ever, spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, will officiate at the exercises.
Ilrili llaviil V I V
To Fete Student*
Bi th David PTA will entertain
Sunday and Hebrew school stu-
dents at Chanuka parties.
Latke Party Scheduled
i The "pasteurization" process of
I heating fermented liquors to pre-
Pioneer Women Club No. Two vent their deterioration was
of Miami Beach announces that. known in aimiwni Ureece.
the annual Chanuka latke party j Britannica._______________________
given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mint-
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zes in memory of Mrs. Mintzes'
Parly for Sunday school pupils deceased mother is scheduled for
tteduled for Sunday. De- Sunday. December 18. at 7:30 p.m.
cember 18. at 10 a.m. in the chil- ^JZg^iJ?"3* Lyceum-
respective classrooms. Gifts 2a Washington Ave._____________
xchanged and refresh-
ments served. Mrs. Lillian Becker j
is chairman of the i v< nt.
mm
H. I y will be
D mber 20. at 10
. i g nes an I
nda and a
will be served.
A E I.- rman of
id Mrs Earni st Suss-
efres hments.
Membership Tea Held
The Deb rah Tubi i culosis si i-
tj eld a Lisical membership
t the S xon; Hotel, Miami
B ti. Bernii Mayerson. violinist,
and Mrs. Harold Winn, sol.list.
entertained.
Mi Han j Minei vas i
\ ting her
ili I B Li vy,
" \ Wi :h aub. Raymond
Edil Kranz Pearce, Ira
3 Im X. Boeninger.
rt S Shapiro, Rhoda M.
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Hebrew School Schedule
Chanuka Latke Party
The Miami Hebrew Si h iol and
Congregation h i ,.
ka latke party for Sunday, Di -
' 7 p.m. at the si I
1101 S.W. 12th .V.-
' S
: and mean
mittee. Proceeds will g towards
round fui I
II irrv Mink ifl i- over-all

re Mrs. Ben Sok
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and Mrs
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itions.
The greatest National Conference ever held to
Ippeal campaign met in Atlantic City, N. J..
rts of the country resolved that American Jewry
el. Europe. North Africa and the United States
derence. which proved to be the most repre-
IJatrican and Israeli leaders: (Top photo, left to
Judge Mortis Rothenberg, National Chairman o'
Inu Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., of N. Y.: UJA
IUJA National Chairman William Rosenwald, whc
Ifcw Americans. (Bottom left) Mr. Morgenthau.
In UJA General Chairman following a drafi
Ipitnlations of Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
[Twentieth Century Fox Films, and Dr. Albert
Weed the reconstruction of Jewish life in Israel
determine the size and scope of a United Jewish
where 1.650 Jewish communal leaders from all
must do its full share toward meeting needs in
totalling S272.455.800 for 1950. The UJA National
sentative ever held was addressed by distinguished
right) UJA National Chairman Dr. Jonah B. Wise;
the UJA and United Palestine Appeal; Congress-
General Chairman Henry Morgenthau. Jr.; and
is also Honorary President of United Service for
who agreed to serve for a fourth successive year
movement among the delegates, receives the con-
Sharett. (Right) Spyros P. Skouras, President of
Einstein, who strongly urged the Conference to
as a most compelling task for 1950.
[nior 4.roii| To
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^LP_ECEMBER
15.
Louise Krupsaw
Betrothal Told
Personally Speaking
Dr and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner announce the birth of a
daughter. Lee, on December 5 at Biscayne Hospital. The mother
is the former Esther Shochet. daughter of Mrs. Ethel Shochet
and the late Louis Shochet. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. b.
Gardner.
* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple, 2035 S.W. 21st St.
are their daughter, Mrs. Sharon Robbins, and her son, Bruce,
of Chicago, who will be here for several weeks.
*. -fc *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster announce the birth of their son,
Ira Alan, whose bris took place Monday, December 12, at their
home, 200 S.W. 19th Ave. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Meskin of
Bronx, N. Y., maternal grandparents, made the trip here for
ihe occasion. Rabbi Meskin was sandek; Rabbi and Mrs. Murray
Grauer, godparents; and Rabbi L. Lehrer, mohel. Among the
guests were Rabbi Krulowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer and
Mrs. Jack Shapiro.
*
Hyman V. Hecht, son of Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, will arrive Sunday to spend
the holidays with his parents. Mr. Hecht, an honor student at
the Long Island College of Podiatry, recently won a scholarship
award.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Celia! Rubin, 2445 Flamingo Place,
Miami Beach, have as their guest Mrs. Sarah Shapiro of
Chicago.
* *
The bris of Jack Elliott Rosenblatt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, took
place last week. The mother is the former Erma Edelman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman, 905 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated.
-fc -fc *
Mrs. Blanche Schechter and her two sons recently returned
from New York.
* *
Aaron Bergman, pioneer West Palm Beach resident, is
confined to his home by illness.
* *
Mrs. George Mirkin of West Palm Beach left Monday for
-.tended trie Uriivi rsitj ; Steubenville, Ohio. She was called by the illness of a sister.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Simon have returned from Massachusetts
to spend the season in Palm Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Rabinowitz, 2597 S.W. 26th Lane,
announce the birth of a daughter, Barbara Sharon, on December
I Frt Commerce a? North- Do?r/' Hospital. Coral Gables. Paternal grandparents are
western University, where he was Mr- and Mrs^J. M. Rabinowitz of Miami and maternal grand-
affihated with Phi Epsilon
in : nity. He served in the na
Babette Woffe Betrothed To (;. \ (i.

Anlm
Louise Krup i
The betrothal of Miss I.
K: upsaw of Miami Beach and
Washington, D. C, to Morton D.
Stub ns, lias been announced by
her ither, Mrs. I. J. Mazo, 4470
H. ;: i Palm Ave., Miami Beach.
..'.; ,.:id M: s. Ma/.i > will bi
at l c icktail party at their home
i n S nday, December 18. from
i I 6 p m. in honor of the bnde-
elecl
.: Krupsaw graduated from
the Lear School. Miami Beach,
and I ".tended the University of
'1 .. where she was a member
i : Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
Sh president of the Colman
A. Z.vitman B'nai B'rith Young
W i Group of Miami Beach,
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
R. Stubins, East Orange. N. J..
: ance is a graduate of
*fc*
Babette Wolfe
Miss Babette Wolfe will be
feted at a cocktail party on Sun-
day, December 18, given by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wolfe of Miami, in honor of her
betrothal to Charles Anthony
Gross.
Miss Wolfe attended the-
versity of Miami. Mr. Gro
head of the advertising agJ
bearing his name.
Januaw 15 1S the date se<
the wedding.
: 1 ree and .. half years and
hi th< :ank of lieutenant (J.g.i.
wedding will take place
F< y 5, 1950. in Washington.
Pi I parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robbins of Philadelphia.
vy
Hadassah B <& P Group to
Sponsor Chanuka Dance' delPhia
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould, 320 Grand Concourse, Miami
Shores, announce the birth of a daughter, Lauren Randall, on
December 5 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff are spending some time in Phila-
Babitch-Finburg Nuptials >rl lisid*' Ladk
The second annual Cnanuka
spons 'red by the Miami
and Professional Wom-
en'.- Division of Hadassah will
"....- ;;lace Sunday. December 18.
a; t.ie Sorrento Hotel, Miami
Beach.
MaJ Malkin and his orchestra
w ill play for dancing and a dance
exhibition will be presented.
yn Strauss is chairman of
..'. event.
The group held a theatre party
on Thursday December 15, at 8:30
p.m. at the University of Miami
Bi x Theatre, where "The Comedy
of Errors" is the current produc-
tion.
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ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Mrs. Courshon Will
Fete Temple Isaiah
Sisterhood Members
Mrs. Aaron Courshon. chair-
man of the membership commit-
tee of the Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah, will be hostess at a social
afternoon on Tuesday. December
20. at 1:30 p.m.. at the Break-
water Hotel. Miami Beach.
Members of the sisterhood and
their friends are invited to at-
tend. A special program has been
planned, including entertainment,
games and refreshments.
Assisting Mrs. Courshon as
hostess, will be Mrs. Clara Mae
Van Ness. president of the sister-
hood, the members of the board
of directors and the Mesdames
Carolyn uonen, m. Gilbert, Jack
C urshon and Arthur Courshon.
as well as Miss Gloria Berry and
Miss Evelyn Ell of the temple
Yjung People's Group.
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Mr. Joseph
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Owner
The engagement of Marilyn
Fisher to Charles Kramer has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher. Mi-
ami Beach and Davenport. Iowa.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Davenport and was graduated
from Whitefield School. Miami
Beach. Her fiance, the son of Mrs.
Abe Levin and Paul Kramer.
Chicago. 111., is a graduate of the
University of Illinois and a mem-
ber of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Miss Edna Beatrice Finburg
became the bride of Hymar.
Babitch at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center on November 19. A
reception followed the ceremony
The bride is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Finburg.
621 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Babitch's mother is Mrs. Jen-
nie Babitch, 1680 West Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Daughters Of Israel To
Meet December 22
Daughters of Israel will hold
their first meeting of the season
at the Helene Hotel. 1030 15th
St., Miami Beach, on Thursday
evening, December 22, according
to an announcement by Mrs.
Blanche Schechter.
Puchkoffs To Be Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff will
be hosts to members of the His-
tadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith of Great-
er Miami at a Chanuka celebra-
tion on Sunday. December 18, at
3 p.m. in the patio of their home.
1130 S.W. 9th St.
Aaron Leibsch, former star of
the Yiddish stage, will give a re-
port on his recent trip to Israel.
Give Latke Pan
The newly organized Sis
hood of the Northside Je^i
Center will sponsor a Cha
latke party at the North Mil
Woman's Club, 454 N.E. 58th|
on Sunday, December 18,
p.m.
Mrs. Henry Penchanskyl
chairman of the event. Assisf
her will be Mrs Harry Rollj
and Mrs. Martin Weiss.
The Northside Senior Ju
Group will present a Chan
play and Miss Basha Ted
novelty toe dancer, will enlen]
Refreshments will be serve
timnm
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t DECEMBER 16. 1949^
Harry Qraen
J Gruen Will
tome Bar Mitzvah
ft. and Mis. Max Gruen, 1040
f 13th Avi'.. announce the Bar
tvah of their son. Harry, on
ferdav. December 17. at 9 a.rr.
fee Miami Hebrew School and
Ig-fgation. Rabbi Simon April
' officiate-
T,Bar Mitzvah attends Sht-n-
Idoah Junior High and is a
Enter of Bov Scout Troop 85.
Cch is sponsored by the Miami
Brew School and Congregation.
Relatives and fr.iends are in-
|ted to attend.
lenorali Blessed
li tables Center
bpressive ceremonies were
lid in the patio of the Coral
fbles Jewish Center .on the eve
I Chanuka when Rabbi Morris
Skop. Cantor Joseph Malek
la chorus from the daily He-
VK school blessed the six-foot
hanuka Menorah in the presence
Lgiembers oi the board, sister-
r and uffiliatM-youth groups.
large, bronze Menorah was
ented to the congregation by
|i.aid Mrs. Abe Harris and will
used at the annual Chanuka
Moor ceremony. Community
ficials and leaders were present
i joined in tlie social hour un-
ite auspices of the Youth
sup. The annual Chanuka
ildren's festival will be held
mday. December 18. at 10 a.m.
eth Sholom Ladies To
feet Wednesday
[Next .(pen meeting of Sister-
ly Temple Beth Sholom will
place on Wednesday, De-
nber 21. at 1.30 p.m., according
an announcement bv Mrs.
[Meander Rubbins. president,
w meeting is open to sisterhood
lembers and friends.
I Dessert luncheon will be served
i the temple's banquet hall and
JProgrsm of Chanuka songs will
igli'en by slsterhood members
'the religious school glee club.
Emanuel Goldstrich is sister-
ly Program chairman.
Spector To Speak
: Jonathan Spector, Miami
ch naturopath, will speak un-
rie auspices 0f the Vegetarian
iZI "n, ""''"I'ng in Nature"
Prday. December 17. at 8 p.m.
ii.i.Prni'Zil Outdoor Forum,
" St.. Miami Beach. The
wm invited.
Mrs. Myers (nves
Welfare llopori
Public assistance payment*
made through the State and Dk '
tnct Welfare Boards directly .f
fected 132,336 persons in Florida
in November, according t Mrs
Stanley C. Myers, who is chair-
man of District No. 9 Welfare
Board.
Here in Dade County, 4.375 per-
sons received old age assistance
while anothe- 2.85;, children re-
ceived the benefits which come
through the aid to dependent
children program. There were 150
persons who received aid to the
blind The average assistanci
payment in the countv was $41.48,
$16.73 and $42.43, respectively
Whjle monetary assistance went
to those people, thev and others
received many other services
through the welfare board. C .un-
selling and guidance when sought
was offered to mar.v. Mrs, Myers
said.
Child Welfare Services wee
provided more than 2,000 chil lien
throughout the state. Mrs. Myers
pointed out. The children were
in nearly 1.500 different families,
and included about 700 being
studied for the Circuit Courts in
connection with adoption peti-
tions. The adoption studies are
required by law of the State
Welfare Board unless the peti-
tions are filed by a licensed plac-
ing agency.
^J^tfk>ridliar
PAGE NINE
Nathan Greenfields To Mark Golden
Wedding Anniversary On Dec. 17
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sorosky
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son Arthur, on Saturday.
December 24, at 9 a.m. at the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Friends are invited to attend the
ceremonies and the reception
which will follow the services.
Chanuka Play Planned
The children of the North Dade
Jewish Center Sunday School will
present a Chanuka play on Sun-
day. December 18, at 10 a.m. at
the center. 13630 West Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
The center will hold an elect.on
meeting on December 21 at 8
p.m.
The men's bowling group meets
on Thursday night. Additional in-
formation may be obtained by
calling S. Lebow at 78-9.86 or
Dave Goldberg at 89-573.. ____
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GREENFIELD PARK. N. Y.
JNF To Elect
Wednesday
An election meeting of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami will be held Wed-
nesday. December 21, at 8:30 p.m.
at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, ac-
cording to Harold Shapiro, chair-
man.
Chairman of the nominating
committee, Samuel Prosterman,
will read the slate of officers for
the coming years and elections
will take place with only ap-
pointed delegates voting.
RHODA LEViNE
Herald Staff Photo
Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Greenfield
Invitations were sent out by
hildren of Mr. and .Mrs. Na-
than Greenfield to the eeiebra-
'l in nf the golden wedding anni-
versary of their parents on
Saturday evening. December 17, j
at the Sorrento Hotel. Rabbi j
Muses Mescheloff will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield were
married fifty years ago in i
Chomsk, Russia. Thev came to the !
United States 46 years ago and
became residents first of New
York City, then of Chicago. For \
the past four years they have
been living in Miami Beach.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield
were active in Chicago commun- !
ity life. Mrs. Greenfield was the ;
organizer of the Chomsker Ladies
Aid Society in Chicago, which
now also has a branch in New
\ork. Locally Mr. Greenfield is
a member of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Mrs. Greenfield is
a member of the board of di-
rectors of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
They are the parents of foui
children. Max Greenfield. Irving
Greenfield. Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man and Mrs. Aaron Tubin, all of
Miami Beach. They have eleven
grand children, all of whom will
take part in the celebration.
Helene, Cherie and Daryle Green-
field will be coming from Chi-
cago, where they attend school.
Attending local schools are Bur-
ton and Arnold Greenfield. Fern
and Alita Hoffman. Bonnie
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Among out-of-town guests will
be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eisenstein
and daughtei and Mrs. Bessie
Baum, all of Chicago, lifetime
friends of the Greenfield family.
Latke Party Slated
Club Everglades Branch 1050
of the Workmen's Circle will hold
a card and latke party on Satur-
day. December 17. at 8 p.m. at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd St.
Phil Weiner will be in charge
and reservations may be made by
calling 9-5052.
A meeting of the group will be
held Tuesdaj. December 20. at
8:30 p.m. at the lyceum. Refresh-
ments will be served.
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Realtors and President of the
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P.O. Box 2567. Miami 16. Fla.
Mendelsohn's MJneoln Manor. Inc.
No Longer I ml ii The Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashrus
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus has withdrawn
its supervision and endorsement from Mendelsohn's
Lincoln Manor. Inc., located at No. 2 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida. Several weeks aqo Mendelsohn's estab-
lishment applied for endorsement ol the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus. The Mendelsohns then entered into
and signed an agreement with the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus under the terms of which, the rules, regula-
tion and laws of Kashrus were to be observed in their
establishment. This service was rendered to the Mendel-
sohns voluntarily and without any charge to them what-
soever, in order to assure Kashrus in the establishment.
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, Inc. however, has
notified the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus that they
terminate arrangements for supervision by the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashrus and request that the community
Vaad Hakashrus remove their supervision. Accordingly,
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus advises the com-
munity that it has withdrawn its endorsement from the
above establishment.
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H. SirkinPresident
A. M. BearVice President
H. SootinSecretary
S. LobelTreasurer
Rabbi Joseph E. RackovskyDirector
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Following a talk last Friday by Leo Lania, foreign editor of
the United Nations World Magazine, the youth unit of the 1950
Combined Jewish Appeal was formally launched at a meeting at
the off'ces of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown above
are Miss Toby Jacobskinci. director of activities at the Miami
Jewish Center: Miss Beatrice Rapport, Federation staff member;
Fred Berkowitz, educational director of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, who will head the youth unit and Lania.

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f DECEMBER 16, 1949
Itbrew Academy Students To Give
Egbud Operetta, Chanuka Pa,..,,
. than 35 pupils of the He-
iKuftny wSl present an
FL'l operetta and Chanuka
K on Wednesday and
evenings, December 21
I 8 p.m. at the auditorium
hfrfeei Wl**
iainai:*" Suit
' ;'\ ci n.pin (I to force him
i, business, a Miami Beach
r. markel operator filed an
rMtfM',rt' <1":: -'' suit in Federal
-JU:-t Thursd
elm Braslawsky, of 1675'-
lion Rd.. claims a $6,000 busi-
Jlms resulting from discrim-
Son against him. The defend-
he savs, refused to sell to
jm'cut off his source of kosher
ats and caused the union to
fcket his place "f business.
[As defendants he names Miami
tab Kosher Butchers Associa-
L jt.e president. Phil Romer.
Eretary Jerry Deutch and board
airman Sam Deutch; Armoui
lCo- Sam and Hymie Elgison.
ie-ators ol S & H Live Poultrv
Kr'p 151 N.W. Fifth St.; Gutt-
Ln and Lapoff Market, 325-27
Icllins Ave.; Kosher Division of
|k Amalgamated Meat Cutters
Butcher Workers of North
merica, AFL Local 675, and
| internctional representative.
bms B. Dani
YW Group Will Play
Hostess To BBG Unit
Th, Clara Hirsh Landau Chap-
fcrofB'nai B'rith Young Women
fell play 5 to the WINX
ttaptei" of B'nai B'rith Girls on
Monday. December 19. at 8 p.m.
E the home of Bobbye Devore.
16th St.. Miami Beach.
I Miss Devore, who is junior ad-
liser to the BBG unit, announces
Bat the purposi of the meeting
to acquaint members of the
1'INX g] up v. ii the work of
be senior chu:
! The WINX will present a
null
(Delegates Report
i from the
I i Collegiate
t held in Chapel
T N' (; i Sl nlev J. Sterl-
I : the University
J of IZFA. and
P n The delegates
ported on the three-day meel
I the local IZFA
Hillfl House on
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LEGAL NOTICE
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I of December,
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NOTICE L\DER FICTITIOUS
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Pla., Intende to
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otn St.. Miami Be
This dramatic pi n (n_
titled. "Chanuka of the Toys" is
a fantasy written for this
Sion by Mrs. David S. A
It combines not only an
pretation of the Chanuka I
but an elaborate Engli h and
Hebrew cavalcade ,| nusic
well. The presentation -
addition to its mu
dramatic emphasl
within it the various a I
The play is coached bv Edna
Sachs direct,,,- of d
Joseph Schreibman. musica
rector.
.uSo1 h Sugarmnn. principal of
VS??' fwiL' extend greetings
in behalf of the members of the
faculty, and Dr. David S. And. on
will serve as chairman of tl,,-
evening. Many distinguished
guests are expected to be present.
Participating in the presenta-
tion are Hobby Stone, Jerry
Rubinowitz. Barbara Burris Op'-
hra Chill. Tamra Mamches, Lester
Pazol, Sam Feder. Jerome Her-
man, Efram Mescheloff, Melvin
Sach.s. Moshe Shapiro, Edward
Ginsburg, Barry Silve
Beatrice Rich, Seymour Si
Bruce Shoulson, William Mam-
ches. Charles Kassin. M
Rcsnick. Roger Levin.
Stadlan. Robert Kunst, I!
Baitcher. Dorothy Nanes, Donna
Makovsky, Renah Mescheloff.
Rose Berman, Shirah Skop, Sheila
Rubier. Jay Makovsky, Sandy
Andron, Elliott Ever. Paul Kuss-
ner, Fred Muller, Barry Honig.
Tickets for admission may be
obtained at the school office
by calling ."i8-4641.
Klein .loins
Law I i rni
Edward S. Klein anounces his
liation with Harold Zinn. Mi-
am: Beach attorney, at 605 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach.
Klein, who graduated (ror
University of Fl ir -; '..
in August, was a contribut
the Florida Law Ri vii w. He
.. membi r I I
te team and was
campus politics. 11
in the writing
campus and fratei nity theal
Beach Elementary Play
The pupils of the South B
Elemi : School presented "By
Candlelight," a Chanuka-Cl
mas play, on Thursday, I)'
ber 15, at H p.m. for pan
o'her adults. On Friday, D
ber 1G. the pe v:il be
repi ated for the childi
school.
Phone 5-1024
August Slutlio
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< hanuka Parlv i
Pete MimIchs '
, A Manuka festival for mem-
.U. school
' Miami
inits Center
'. ^ter patio
5unda-v- "' 18, at 10
' an ann m,.,-..
! R GoodmaS chai?
s school
..chairman of
ed glee club oi
inde.
will
,";:'; ;;" blessings over the
,""" matic club
will P';fient a puppet show, en-
Thi B Chanuka V.
:, 'he direction of Eugene
heduled to participate in the
Phyllis Mecholwitz,
Jelice Sussman, Alvin Rosen-
bloom, Sandra Levy, Rita Klon-
Judith Oolie. Donald Vinnik,
Harriet Lew. Samuel Oolie. and
Sandy Levy.
if the nine:, n
nil present books to the
centi r library as Chanuka Rifts.
Lunch will be served under the
lion ind supervision of the
sisterhood will take place. The
mittee in charge includes Mrs
Sigmund Scherrm an i Mrs
Hai. v Rogi
Members of the center PTA
will act as hostesses and
Bothers thi Mesdames
Si luel Robinson,
Joseph Zemel, Murray Blanc.
B Oolie. Hi ,:i Mech-
lowitz, L m.,. Wolfe. Louis
Rolott, Irving L h man, Theodore
Hankolf. Irving Cypeh and Isaac
Paul Weiss, a student of the
school, will serve
as master ol cerenv inii s.
PAGE ELEVEN
Manischewitz Chicken
Soups Now Available
The new line of Manischewitz
Kosher Chicken Soups is now
available at neighborhood gro-
ceries.
Manischewitz Kosher Chicken
Soups come in four varieties,
chick, n soup with noodli s, clvck-
en soup with matzo balls, chicken
soup with kreplach and clear
chicken broth.
The SOUpg are easv to p., p .
lust open a can. set it to sin.
ng on the stove and in a few
short minutes, your soup course
is ready.
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Hymie Jacobsen, Florence
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JACK & JILL
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Tlio Miami ll Yaail HakaKlirulli
presents to the Jewish community this revised and com-
plete list of kosher butcher shops and poultry markets
under our supervision. These are the only shops at present
being supervised by our Vaad Hakashruth. You may buy
at any of these with the utmost confidence.
Look For I lie llclli Jacob
YaaI IlakaMlirutli l'o*i <*
Insist on the B. J. C. "Kosher Rings'' on all poultry
Your guarantee of kishruth for the past ten years.
KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS
Guttman's Market. Guttman and Lapot, 325 Collins Ave.
S & H Live Poultry Market. E'qison Rroc -^fl Collins Ave.
White Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave. J
KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS
Beach Food Center. Jack Pomerantz, 1421 Washington Ave.
Braslawsky's Market, 1675 j Alton Road
Community Food Center, Deutch fe Levenson, 451-453 41st St.
Crown Market. Herman Rakear. 1122 15th St.
Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply. 951 Collins Ct.
Empire Market. Henry Wolder, 204 First St.
Guttman's Market. Nathan Slomkin, 325 Collins Ave.
Kahlenberg's Market, Sol Kahlenberg, 806 6th St.
Mel's Market, Sam Serlin, 704 Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market, Abe Rubin. 320 Collins Ave.
National Market. Diener Bros., 424 Collins Ave.
Normandy Market, Herman Goldberger, 1171 Everglade Cone.
Penn-Way Market, Sam Melnick, 1447 Drexel Ave.
Trachtenberg's Market, Rothstein 8c Winter, 1323 Washington
Ave.
Washington Food Center, Sam Deutch, 1051 Washington Ave.
Westchester Market, F. Woloder, 237 Collins Ave.
White Rose Market, Morris Heller, 87 Washington Ave.
Whitman's Market, Pores 8c Whitman, 1325 Washington Ave.
For Kashruth information call: 5-1328
Rabbi M. Mescheloff, executive director
for If your baby U on the way we'll .-end you
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Beach Center
Honors H. Sirkin
On 64th Birthday
Birthday dinner tendered by
tht Miami Beach Jewish Center
honoring Harry Sirkin on the
occasion of his 64th birthday on
Thursday evening. December 15,
has been announced by the board
of directors of the center.
Sirkin. a prominent philan-
thropist, active in both civic
communal activities, has served
as director, treasurer and vici
I sident of the center and is
now president of the congrega-
tion. He has played a major role
the erect inn of the new syna-
gi gue at 1701 Washington Ave.
P sident of the Greati r M ami
Vaad Hakashruth and member of
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, he has also served as treas-
ur r and president of the M
Bt.. h Hotel Association, treasur-
i: \ i!iml i>1 the L.n-
\ so ation and on the
i c mmittee oi the Mi
] ch Auditorium.
Mr, and Mrs. Harry S
I -: :..-.- '.! I?i acll
! le al 2644 Flaming i-1 .
:,. dren are M >. A
Z:vit; Mill n. Eddie and Leon.
Chanuka Broadcast
A special Chanuka program
will be heard over station WKAT
i r. StiOday. December 18. from
10 t" 10:30 p.m., according to
Ruth Brntman, local soprano who
. : the pi ogram.
i ,! v i'. Mann will be
II s1 spi aker and Harold Shapiro
: i ::. isti il ceiemonies.
S leduled to appear on the pro-
gram is the Greater Miami Choral
Group, under the direction ol Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, with Clara
<; ldenberg at the piano. Dr. Paul
s will Dresent the blessings
ever the Chanuka candles and
sing several tenor solos. He will
accompany Miss Brotman in sev-
eral Jewish duets. Anyuta Melico\
will he at the niano.
Hadassah Radio Drama
The fifth of a series of radio
dramas dealing with Hadassah
will be presented during M.
Nasatir*s Yiddish Classical Hour
from 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.
December 18. over station WINZ.
Sunday's drama. "Room with
a Door." by Ernest Kinoy. stars
Jean Lazei and Ben Cooper and
ttlls the moving story of two
youngsters brought to Israel by
the Youth Aliyah movement, of
which Hadassah is the American
representative.
Mrs. Benj-.tmin Sherry, radio
chairman of the Miami Be ich
Group of Hadassah. is in charge.
HAVE RELATIVES IN EUROPE
-who are desperately in need of
gcod used clothing particular'?
rr.en's clothing). Do you have any
you would like to contribute?
li so. please phone 3-6130.
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Bureau To Aid
American Jews Find
Relatives In Israel
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. A
bureau to help American Jews
locate their relatives or friends
in Israel, has been established
by the Aliyah Department of
the Jewish Agency, 16 East
66th St., New York City, it
was announced here today.
The bureau will work in co-
operation with the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem.
Persons wishing to locate
relatives or friends in Israel
should write to the Aliyah De-
partmenl giving full particu-
lars about the party or parties

Harry Sirk n
llahhi Shoulson
0|M'!IS liisSiluiV
Because facilities at Miami
h proved inadequate, R bb
re Shoulson, who operated
i strictly k >sh< i
there, has ; I
quarters at 1389 NLW. 7th St.,
Miami.
The newly-expanded iperation
is n i.v known as Shoulson's
Health Institute and includes six
distinct departmi nte: convales -
ents; bed-ridden; special diets;
reducing; rest and relaxation un-
di r supervision; and massagi s
and therepiiftfcs. All departments
are under the supervision of reg-
istered nurses 24 hours per day.
Pood is kosher and is served un-
li the direction of a trained
dietitian.
The institute occupies a large
modern building, surrounded by
six acres of pines, palms and
tropical gardens. The rooms are
large and airy and there are a
number of sitting rooms, porches
and a patio.
The institute has a private car
which meets all out-of-town
guests at the train depots and air
port and takes guests to the beach
daily.
Recognized and recommended
by the Register of the American
Medical Association, the institute
permits all qualified doctors to
serve their own patients while
enrolled at the institute.
Rabbi Shoulson has not only
had experience in the field of
health institutions, but has served
in the pulpit of large synagogues
for over 16 years.
KOSHER BUTCHER
WANTS WORK
Hotel or Shop
STIER
728 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-9559
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What A wonderful way to ttort o meoll
And what a wonderful toup ... o hearty
and iatitfying. Ready to terte in a jiffy.
Enjoy Maniichewiti Kother Chicken Stup
real soon! Todoy I
4 Tempting Varittitt
" WITH MAIU) Mil!
Rnbbi Shoulson
Mrs. Lewis Visits AEP
Sorority Chapters
Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis, fifth
province director of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority, left this week
to visit chapters at the Uni-
versity of South Carolina and
Duke University.
Mrs. Lewis will lead a discus-
sion on the topic of "Rush
Chairman" at the first Pan-Hel-
lenic Workshop at the University
of South Carolina on December
16 and will return to Miami on
Sunday, in time to greet her son,
James, who is a student at Flor-
ida State University.
"A GOOD NAME
ia more to be treasured
than richer"
Provtrbt
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes.
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful
families.
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GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avu.
Mm ft-3431 or 9-1436
JOS. L. PLUMMEH
Funeral Director
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Radio Performers To
Present "Rats InA Cage"
"Rats in a Cage." a play by
Sidney Vincent, will be produced
by the Radio Rooftop Theatre of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Sunday at 5:15 p.m.
over station WVCG.
Cast for this production in-
cludes Judith Cohen, Henrietta
Bloom. Harry Sharpe, Manfred
Berliner, Ann Ncvel, Aaron Car-
roll and Evelyn Lapin.
Bernard Hutner, producer and
director, announces that casting
for these weekly programs is held
every Monday evening at 8:30 at
the center. Anyone interested in
radio work is invited to attend.
AY. DECEMBER ,g
Mrs. Nudelman Hc^ig
Mrs. Sam Nudelmau \
hostess at the k,..j..
board
the Miami each
Meeting
Chapter
B'naiB-rith Women n Thursdal
1
Corporation Complains
To Railroad Commission
Lyric, Inc., which supplies back-
ground music for hotels, restau-
rants and other commercial facili-
ties, has complained to the Flor-
ida Railroad Commission against
alloyed unfail practices DJ Flor-
ida Music Network (handling
Muzak). Melody, Inc.. and Sen n-
ade, Inc.
These organizations, the com-
plaint reads, are utilizing without
proper authority telephone lines
i.v tapping facilities now in
exist* nee and making no payment
or rental for the use of such
facilities.
December 15, at pm
main dining room of
ereign Hotel. 43rd
Ave.
the Soil
and Cjiijj
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On "Israel Faces The Future" To
iaht Beach Zionist Meeting
Highlight
,ces the Future" will
'"subied
-Israel Face {orum g| the
Ik the sub" ^ Miami Beach
e**1'"gDisti-ic-t Tuesday, Decem-
|Jioni5' "'5"'{= o"m. in" the ban-
k*llI of Triple Beth Sholom.
V* \a Gl.^er. local architect
I Uon ,k n'"Construction and
feSftfin Israel's Building
Lthitertu" Goodman, Chair-
Efwonfet Council of South
I*"1'.. ...ill discuss "Internation-
k^'ij-a^i. Israel." Al-
,piro To Speak
MYoung IflMMl
lua-nld Shapiro, Jewish Na-
te i Fund leader, will be guest
leaker at the second in a series
- Shabbat forums on Fr
p.m. at
L/C*. *-""*'~
Young Israel Synagogue of
Beach. Chase Ave. and
Harold
F
)neg Shabbat forums on I ri-
fe, December 16. a
Ithe
Kami
A St.
The congregation will hold
|eral meeting on Wednesdi
ICmber 21. at 8:30 p.m. at Ue
Wednesday,
ijecemberTi at 8:30 .
ImaWgue. A Chanuka party will
Ifallow the meeting. All members
hi other Young Israel branches
liho are in the area are invited
lb attend.
The committee in charge of the
Urst annual installation banquet
linnounces that invitations for the
laffai are now available. The ban-
Let is scheduled for Sunday.
IJanuary 15. I^0- and reservations
Lav be made by calling Sol Lobel
lit 5-7873.___________
Beth El Ladies
I Plan Party
Busy making plans for a New
lYear'sEve party are the members
Iof the Sisterhood of Congrega-
Iton Beth Ei.
Mrs. Alfred Perl and Mrs.
lEmanuel Kornstein are chairman
[of the affair which will be held
Iat the Dora August Memorial
Ha!:. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs.
fred Stone, president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, will
act as moderator.
Melvin Richardson, program
chairman, reveals that the Hon.
Elihu D. Stone, vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and member of the actions
committee of the World Zionist
Organizati >n. will also particip ite
in the forum.
Stone, who is the honorary
president of the New England
Zionist Region, having served as
its president for thirteen
and a member of the council of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine.
has been active in public affairs.
He was a member of the M
chusetts legislature and was for
twelve years assistant United
States attorney for the district of
Massachusetts. He has traveled
through a large part of the United
States, Israel and Europe, hav-
ing attended several world con-
gresses as a delegate from the
United States.
Stone is on the national board
of directors of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal for New Eng-
land, national chairman of the
American Palestine Campaign, as
well as the president of Temple
Mishkan Tefila, one of the larg-
est Conservative institutions in
New England.
In keeping with the spirit of
Chanuka, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, who is chairman of Israel
Music and Arts, is in charge of
the special musical prog-, am. Can-
tor Louis Feder will sing, accom-
panied by Joseph Schreibman.
Gilbert Rappaport. president of
Masada will bring greetings and
seven members of his group will
present "Masada Members in Is-
rael."' Appearing in the skit will
be Florence Abramson, Dave
Goodwin. Fred Rosen. Abe S
cr, Leonard Schwartz and Lee
Sunshine.
Assisting Richards!.n with the
PAGE THIRTEEN
Beth El Students
To Present Play
The annual Chanuka play will
be presented by students of the
Beth El Religious School on
Thursday. December 22, at 7:30
p.m. in the Dora August Memo-
rial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
The performance is being spon-
sored by the Parent Teachers As-
sociation of Congregation Beth
El, and is being supervised by
Mrs. Ruth Uliss and Bernard W.
Kimmel of the religious school
staff. Bernard Ostfeld, dancing
I instructor of the Miami Jewish
I Community Center, assisted with
-dance routines.
Herald Staff i'hot<
Leo Steinman (extreme right) community service chairman.
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. presents a jukebox to the Scott
James Teen-Agers Association. Shown with Steinman are (left to
right) Miss Rose Givhan. youth director. Scott James Association;
Miss Dolores Williams and Emmett Johnson. Johnson and Miss
Williams are members of the Scott James Association. The jukebox
was presented through the courtesy of the Taran Distributing
Company.
[Mux Rappap ort is in charge of 1 program are Arnold Scher, Mur-
Ithe food, which includes a chicken
Ininner, as well as drinks. Favors
|n jBefommrttee AI Klieber and his
jtrchestra will lurnish music for
MB :-..'
?. may be made at
I fc Bel e or by calling
4004,
. ay Goodman. S. A. Goodman and
!. nard Glasser. Men and women
home for the college sojourn and
the general public arc invited.
There will be no solicitation.
Both David Plans
Chanuka ISance
Hsiimm' Dec. 18
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold a Chanuka cabaret dance on
Sunday. December 18. in the new
Beth David Svnagogue, S.W. 3rd
Are. and 26th Road.
The program will include a pro-
fession^ floor show, contests with
prizes for the winner.
Music will be furnished by
Dave Tyler's orchestra and re-
freshirents will be available at a
food and drink bar.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle,
chairmen of the dance, will be
assisted by the Beth David Sis-
terhood board.
Reservations may be obtained
by rail1"" Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
at 48-4664.
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Stone Granted Permit
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If "Sammy Stone, erstwhile boxer
jtr.j a haberdasher at Miami
Beach for the past 20 years, has
Ibsen grunted nermission to stage
boxing and wrestling shows at
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Stor.e. who was given author-
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IMiani; Beach citv council, said
laat his first tilt will be in Jan-
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Ipit Charlie Fusari, ranking wcl-
[jeruvight contender, against
Bobby Dykes
Chanuka Party Slated
The Northside Hebrew and
Sunday i, ,|s vvill have a
I Chanuka party on Sunday, De-
ln-.3f: 18. at in a.m. at the home
I -'- Borkin, 730 N.E.
J2no St. E ch child is aske.-l
0 bring a 25 cent gift for the
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Beach Juniors
To Hold Formal
The Miami Beach Unit
Junior Hadassah wil h ild its fifth
annual "Miss Membership"
formal dance in the ballroom of
the Wofford Hotel on Saturday,
December 24. at 9 p.m. At this
affair the girl bringing in the
most new members will be
crowned -Miss Membership of
1949."
Marion Cohen of radio station
WINZ and Don Poe will enter-
tain. Music for dancing will be
provided by Rudy Baum and his
orchestra. All members and guests
are invited.
Phyllis Wilpon is general chair-
man of the affair. Assistinj
are Francine Levy, recording sec-
retary; Janice Goldiner. publici-
ty; Madelyn Weinman, corre-
spondence; Miss Ramona Glass-
man and Barbara Levine. pro-
gram: Annette Melich. JNF: Lil-
lian Aronson. organization di-
rector; Mrs. Gerald Soltz,
raising: and Selma Lewis, educa-
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B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
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convene for their annual three-
day winter tournament on De-
cember 27, 28 and 29. it has been
announced by Edward Tescher,
president of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Council here.
A comprehensive program of
social, cultural and athletic events
has been planned with participa-
tion by AZA chapters and BBG
units from cities as far north as
West Palm Beach. A registration
dance will launch the tourna-
ment on Tuesday evening, De-
cember 27. at Temple Beth
Sholom. at which time all tourna-
ment delegates will register
The entire day of December 2;!
will be devoted to football.
basketball volleyball, piny pong
and other competitive sports. The
day will close with oratory and
debate contests and the finals in
all sports events and cultur.il
competitions will be held Thurs-
day afternoon, followed by a
banquet which will close the
tournament. Individual ;
awards will he made to Cont< Si
winners at the banquet.
The tournament c
include Carol Jaffe B
Adrianne Lipkin. Howar IK n-
berg, George Schwartz anil Ed
lescher. Miss Selma L wis will
act as i dvisoi.
Kcach AJr nit Plans Brunch
Center Parents To
Hear Schwartzman
I. : Si irl n, xi
: Bureau of J
; n of G .will
ncludii ;i n tn<
Miami Jewish I i munity I'
i
da>. D.....r 20, at 8
nil 450 S W 16th Ave. Hi
will sp. a'.: on "The Jewish Child
in a X m-Jewish Worl I."
lecture, originally sched-
December ti. had to lie
.' >ned hi cause of an unex-
pected out-of-town trip.
All parents and adults are in-
vited to attend the lecture free
of charge, and discussion from
the lloor will follow.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Making plans for the membership Chanuka Brunch to be
given by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish
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William Loeb and Mrs. Ralph Spero; (back row. 1. to r.) Mrs. Harry
Korelzky and Mrs. Alfred Lesser.
Plans ai i b< ng ated for
the annual n i mbi rship Chanuka
brunch to be given by the Miami
Beach Chapl I I n
Jewish. Congress at thi Temple
Beth Sholom banq I ill an
D
I n announci nl An Wil-
L
Mrs. Harry Koretz
a ill hav
w Sil-
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Si
the b
The bi un
late I. in-' Wati i W se.
il the American Jew ?h C ingress
In memory ol Mrs, Wise. C
Samuel Kelemer will chant the
memorial prayi
Stella Gray and Gertrude Ber-
lin will participate in a Chanuka
sketch and Pierre Mande will
offer violin solos.
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*?SS:
Lv DECEMBER 16. 1949
tffh Zionists
Lr llardin
I rtinZ:"!1>!"" w>" be the
1 shlomo Bardin, director
rtVandeis Camps, Zionist
fee,ramnB camps, when he
I "ST luncheon club of
K ,; Reach Zionist District
fcdav December 21, at
KMrt Mendelsohn's Lin-
ICor 2 Lincoln Road. Mi-
Stone, presiJ
I f the Haifa
f -. Israel and
I American
E Youth ission.
T, attcriKKm
m will b( I al attorney,
Li Shapiro, and Murray
Eton will present a report
Krnatior il Zi nist news. S.
Goodman, chairman of the
ideis Camps t ir this area, will
Ct of honor.
C public is invited.
til Miolom
Ian* llruiwli
If- nuka brunch will be giv-
ip committee
t-'p]e Beth Shi lorn on Sun-
rDecembi i 18. at 10 a.m., in
'err.pU | cording to an
loncemenl by Judge Kenneth
membership chairman.
ers and their
fed- have been invited to at-
ul to witness
(special Chanuka play which
| be presented by the pupils
leih Sholom religious school,
inch. The junior-
Ichorus of I ligious school
render several traditional
luka ngs and the PTA of
[school be in charge of
Chanuk which will be
I part the brunch
jctor At Old Location
I Miami's gourmets are
Mir.mg the return of Victor
to his old location at Coral
ly and 3tth Ave. Formerly
Iv.n as The Drum. Victor's will
fsue the same policy of serving
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IM:.
NIX YOUR
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By Miami Beach Center Is Begun
PAGE FIFTEEN
Roth II To Ho hi
hamika Affair
Booths are now being con-
structed for the Beth El Chanuka
rnival to be held at the Dora
August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W.
th Ave., on Saturday evening
and all day Sunday, December
11 and 18.
Handmade articles including
'".vs. aprons, artificial Dowers,
cake, and foods will be on sale.
Pony and airplane rides, as wel
as many games will be featured
for children.
Mrs. Edward Schlbssler Is gen-
eral chairman of the even:. As-
sisting her are Mrs. Herman Can-
tor. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weiner.
Alfred Perl. Albert Zisman and
Murray Shulman.
Food served on Sunday after-
noon will i).' cafeteria style.
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Ground breaking ceremonies for the Hebrew School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center were held Monday morning, December
12, at James Ave. and 171h St. Raymond Rubin, chairman of the
Hebrew school building committee, is shown turning the soil as
(left to right) Mrs. Harry Rogers, president of the sisterhood;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Harry Sirkin, president of the center,
look on.
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morning after impressivi ground
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Miami Beach.
The plans prepared by Archi-
tect Leonard H. Glassi r call for
a two-story 15-classroom build-
ing adjacent to the main syna-
gogue structure.
Participating in the ground
breaking ceremonies were Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
of the congregation: Mrs. Harry
Rogers, president of the sister-
hood: Harry Sirkin. president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center;
and Raymond Rubin, chairman of
the Hebrew school building com-
mittee.
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Gerstein Memorial
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Woman's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged recently voted
to honor the memory of the late
Max Gerstein. brother of Mrs.
Benjamin Appel. president of the
auxiliary, by contributing ti
'Sidney Appel Medical Fund. The
fund provides for all thi li
needs oi the esidents
hi mi Mr. Gi teii
last week in Mi v Y k :ity
It is i the bu'lding
will be i i] ancy Feb-
ruary 1. 1950.
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|)AYiDECEMBERJ.6, 1949
., 16 Is Deadline For Registration
Miami Jewish Center Winter Camp
the of public school children has been
December
tiday-
!:m- for
Id'::":"'
" I '
tunity l
from '''
Lber30.
|
the inten
16, is
ition for the
1 winter camp to be
Miami Jewish
450 S.W. 16th
mber 19 through
the
will
gram
!
designed to
ill age levels
Levin I nit
llolil Forum
set up, according M
Grossman, executive direcl
renter. Miss Eleano D
work out a complet.
cniiclren between th,
;'ysof (, and17. During th. morn-
ing sessions Mrs. Evelyn Samuels
will conduct music groups Tpee-
alizing in Chanuka mu ic and
music appreciation I th,
noons Eugene Yulish will
duct a course
will produce
uiilr
subject of
be discussed
Emarriaj
hr[K. community leaders on
d.,,. D cember 21, at
r ] |^ i announced by
PL R J 'ii. director of
B'nth Council,
tticipants scheduled to ap-
r include: the Rev. Ed-
Ullrich, hi >.l of the Greater
Minis'.': ial Association;
i Max Shapiro of Beth David
on and Aaron Lipman,
jctor f class at the Uni-
fc.of Mian i entitled, "Marri-
fand the Family."
nsors of the forum, the
tLevin Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
nee that the meeting will
i to the general public free
*arge.
jorton Perrj vice president ol
(lodge and program chairman,
[shortly announce the name
fourth participant, a j
ninent sociologist and expert
lily affairs.
, evening'.- program will
ich the lodge's current events
Cfor 1950. according to Don-
mnett. pro;.lent.
n
1,1 pupetry and
, puppi : thi ati
Play- Bernard Ostfeld
ballet classes on Tuesda5
Thursday mornings. I'h.i Sokol .f-
sky, physical education ins)
of Riverside Sch....., will be in
Vi?rg.f0f, morning athletics and
Abe -Rocky" Rochstein, physical
education Instructor of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
Will take eaiv f the aftl :
proRiam. Miss Tobie Jacobskind
assisted by several of the staff
members will serve as head coun-
selors.
Features of the program will
be an all-day picnic at Crandon
Park and a ballet exhibition Fee
tor the entire camp period is $5
lor members and $7.50 for non-
members. Lunch will not be
served but children may bung
their lunches and milk and re-
freshments will be provided
ira NH'iii I nil
kolcls Lfkt? Fete
Do:a Stein Sisterhood of
sraelite C'i nler sponsored
hanuka latke partv on Thurs-
Deeember 15, at 7 p.m. at
Dora Augusl Memorial Hall
Congregation Beth El. 500 S.
17th Ave.
reatfr'ng the committee in
rge of arrangi ments was Mrs.
Kalz. who assisted by
Hesdames Sam Eisner. Ben-
in Sugerman, Jack Finkel-
Sam Gottesman, Jacob
n. Max II .11 man. Irving
fling, Bernard Bauer, A
Bel Mrs. M ver Simon and
t Stock v ere in charge ol
llada.vsah l.ronn
Holds Meeting
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah held its monthly
meeting on Monday, December
12. at 8 p.m.. at the Shore Club
Hotel. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment bv Mrs. Isabelle Altholz.
president.
Mrs. George M. Cohen in-
troduced the participants on the
program and Mrs Moses Krieger,
who has just returned from the
national Hadassah convention in
Los Angeles, made her re-
port. Mrs. David Meckler, who
is the author of a book of poetry
read an original poem on Hadas-
sah in honor of Chanuka.
The candle lighting ceremony
was conducted by Efrom Mes-
cheloff and modern Palestinian
songs were sung bv Donna
Makovsky and Renah Mescheloff.
Jorfli ShoreTnk
To Hold Election
, '' I 'he North Shore
3rZ *J select their
1 : fficers
election meeting
< Sun :,. mbne!
tern-
16 K.
! B
i. Pritl Philin
natioi
nd 20
,' dinnei meel
the High
' groGp
. .. .
. body of three ..ff.ee:
J've trustees. The enlargement oi
* *rd of officers is evidence ol
." raPd growth ol the group
V""1 a handful to more than 125
dues-paying members at the last
The congregation has hired a
spiritual leader, conducts Con-
tive services regularly on
Friday nights and Saturday
mornings and holds Sundav
school classes for more than 65
children every Sunday morning
at the Biscayne Elemental v
School.
As membership increases it is
planned to add a full program
Ol VOUth activities, athletics, so-
cials, adult education, a Hebrew
school, and in time, start a cam-
paign to erect a building to house
all of these activities.
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Co-hosts at the Home for the Aged dinner held at the Robert'
MevJrP^,,el,reCen,!1yrre (s,andi"9- 1- *<> ) Baron de Hirsch
m r, ? Y JUwandrMr" and Mrs- Jacob Sher- Sea,ed Solo-
" I'" a"d !*** Es,her KaPla". residents of the home who
were chosen by their co-residents to represent them at the affair.
Pledges made at the dinner brought the drive total to $203,000.
over two-thirds of the S300.000 goal.
Cardiac Home Group Meets At Vanderbilt
Dade Chapter. National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home. held
a meeting on Wednesdav. De-
cember 14. at 1:30 p.m. 'at the
Vanderbilt Hotel. Miami Beach,
according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs.
president.
For the afternoon's entertain-
ment. Mrs. B. B. Wolff, program
chairman, presented Harry and
Jackie Jay, "Platterewskies of
Musical Mimicry." Refreshments
were served.
GRAND OPENING
^F^^hk The Finest In
AT MIAMI BEACH
Piano Recital
Mrs. Harold Rubin was
hostess to a group of her piano
pupils and their parents at a re-
cital to be held at her home. 6231
N.W. 1st C't., on Sunday. Decem-
ber 11, at 3 p.m. The solos
*st Speakei at the meet* Irepresent grades from primary to
?'the DOY Chapter of MlZ- advanced. Refreshments were
1 women held Thursday served.
5*11 at i p.m. at
legation Beth El. 500 SW
JAve. was Mrs. Ida
wul director for the
Fa. who reported on
, "1 Atlantic
rertes presided.
pmes,entertainment and trad-
pllatkes .... on the agenda.
Karger Reports
Kargei
state of
the con-
City. Mrs.
THURSDAY
DECEMBER
15th
nq Adults Meet
. ounK adult group of the
t?n T,;)"v,sh Canto held
-^L' '"nter Thursday,
^mberl, ,, 8:15 p.m.
im*f 'Vomposed of
ThT, ',nd over meets
rhursdav evening.



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The Hebrew Language Reaches Maturity
(In Commemoration of Jewish Book Month)
Bv DR. M. A. LIPKIND
The revival of Hebrew as a
modern language received tre-
mendous impetus from the
growth and establishment of the
State of Israel. In a compara-
tively brief span of time Hebrew
passed its growing pains and
reached a state of maturity.
The fathers of both, political
Zionism and Hebrew renaissance
appeared on the Jewish scene at
about the same time. Herzl
sounded his clarion call for a
Jewish state in 1897 and a little
before him, Eliezer Ben Yehuda
initiated a movement for the re-
vival of Hebrew. Both historical
movements are inter-dependent.
For, the aims of the national
movement could not be confined
solely to political and economic-
aspects of the desired state: it
had to include a cultural rebirth
which was necessarily based on
Hebrew.
Ben Yehuda settled in Jeru-
salem in 1881 and with a small
group of scholars and devoted
teachers strove to adapt the old
language to the daily require-
ments of modern life. They Iv.id
to create the terminology needed
for modern subjects: they had to
write new textbooks: they had to
fight the influence of homes m
which Hebrew was not spoken
But. Ben Yehuda's untiring ef-
forts and the zealous work of the
early Hebrew teachers overcame
all difficulties and transformed
the Bible Hebrew into a living
language.
At the samr time, in the dias-
pora, Ahad Ha-Am emerged as
the great exponent of the idea
of Palestine as a cultural center.
a center of wisdom, of Hebrew
language and literature ,>f physi-
cal labor and purity of soul, a
center which would represent
the Jewish people in miniature,
so that anyone who seeks a model
of Jewish cultural life may find
it there.
Ahad Ha-Am's ideas became
early a part of the Zionist ideo-
logy, and to this dav his influ-
ence is strong among the leaders
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Weizmann the first President of
Israel. Throughout the years of
Struggle and sacrifice, cultural
and practical settlement went
hand in hand. On May 14. 1948.
when the State of Israel was
imed. it found a people in
possession of a unified national
Hebrew language, and a system
of educational and technical in-
jstitutions including the great He-
brew University.
The Hebrew language has been
so extended in content and deep-
ened in meaning that today it is
possible to publish an extra-
ordinary monument to human
intelligence. the Encyclopedia
Hebraic.i.
It was. indeed, welcome news
in The Jewish Florida, that the
fust of a sixteen volume Hebrew
General Encyclopedia has been
published in Tel Aviv, Israel
This volume is already in the
hands of the American subscrib-
ers. The Miami Beach Zionist
District is one of the local sub-
scribers to the encyclopedia and
has already received the first
volume. It is a large handsomely
bound book printed on paper of
highest quality. The typography
and the manifold illustrations arc
the most modern. This volume
embraces a wide range of cul-
tural and scientific subjects with
special emphasis on Hebrew cul-
ture.
The woik on tne encyclopedia
has gone on for many years and
continued without interruption
even during the war which fol-
lowed the proclamation of the
State of Israel. It is of great
significance that the first edition
of the first Hebrew encycolpedia
was published the first year of the
founding of the State of Israel.
The publication presents a re-
markable example of the in-
tellectual vitality of our new
state.
Besides the symbolic and edu-
cational value the encyclopedia
shows that the Hebrew language
has finally reached full develop-
ment. It can express all human
knowledge and possess the term-
inology for the most modern and
latest scientific discoveries.
The Jews of Israel are proud of
this historic achievement and
need the encyclopedia as an es-
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for study and work.
People all over the world. Jews
and non-Jews, will find in the
encyclopedia the latest author-
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Zt^Llhridfiar}
hre*
listic
etfers 7o 77ie fjfor -r^^r^cir
exclusively Yiddish organization
hall vteBf JWbBSfto
" Yiddish and half English If
an author depends for hte live
"hood on hi* Yiddish books, he
oi ,.; Jv lh,"u?h th" 'ndignties
: ""li'n it. It is well known
,,;;;'";" ^^ are both dls-
ed and desperate
One cannot therefore help but
ash why such a "simcha" wito
the present state ol Yiddish? Dr
Wick exudes such great cn-
husia m and such hopeful prom-
sefor^the future of Yiddish. Can
* be thai he is really justified'
promising Jewish life and cul-
ture, with a slwly but surely
fading language0
I. S. SHAPOFF.
PAGE NINETEEN
ie Editor:
Sovember 25. The Jewish
idian published an article by
\i J. Glick on Yiddish, which
yi provoke quite a consider-
. discussion.
*me there was when no one
U?have questioned the worthy
Cts enthusiasm about Yid-
But hurt as it may, the
l,, point the other way. To ac-
Lnr QUck's optimistic state-
lts would be adopting the
od of the ostrichto stick
head in the sand so as not
lSee the reality.
for be it from me, who have
Led with the grandfather of
editor of The Floridian on
Yiddish.' Tageblat" to be
lupv about this situation or to
Smize the importance of Yid-
(h In those days there was a
gf of immigration that would
; Yiddish speaking people by
tens of thousands. The Yid-
_ theatre and the press were
.""their prime. What happened
Ethem? These immigrants have
L swallowed up in the great
filing pot of Americanization
are gradually and constantly
Citing to us<- more English and
fc Yiddish. And althoughto
Dr. Glick's expression"A
fir is a Halber N'ovi," one cannot
fjlp but arrive at the conclusion
b! one more generation will
fitness the fui ther weakening
id. perhaps, the expiration of
! Yiddish language.
Rhis, of course, is not a pretty
tare. But let us stop for a
foment to compare the situation
May with the one thirty or forty
jars ago. There was the "For-
brts" with over a million cir-
hlation. Then the Tageblat." the
parheit." "Dr: Morgan Journal."
periodicals there were the
Zukunft." "D< Americaner."
"ler Kundes." the Zionist publi-
m CHAPPELL
Pan American Bank
cation "Dos Yiddishe Folk "
These were only New York pub-
lications. There were numerous
dailies and weeklies in the nro-
vince. '
hvYJh^'Sh Mf W<" Published
by the hundreds-and were not
subsidized by friends and rela-
tive! as they are today-but were
actually bought, read and en-
joyed. Translations of foreign lit-
erature from Rabindranath Tagor
to Romain Rolland. from Tolstoi
to Confuscius were coming in
from all directions and were
i gobbled up. Yiddish was a liv<
; culture and a live language
Thousands would flock to heai
] Reverend Masliansky and Dr
i Shmaryahu Levin. Those were
days when Mendh Mocher Se-
fonm Yhuda Leib Peretz, Shoiom
Aleichem and. yes. Shoiom As h
and Dr. Zitlovsky would warm
the hearts of the Yiddish speak-
ing masses. There were as many
' as 14 Yiddish theatres going full
blast in New York City alone.
: besides the ones in the province.
, Mass meetings and lectures were
conducted in Yiddish. Svnagogue
meetings and sermons wen- in
: Yiddish. Every city of any size
had a Yiddish library,
All that was supplemented by
a Yiddish speaking Jewry
overseas: Russia. Poland. Rou-
mania. Galicia. Even South Africa
and South American countries
contributed their share. Then
was a present and a futurea
culture and spirit of creativeness.
There was something to look for-
ward to.
A lot of water has flown under
the bridge in these past years.
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treat, and Rabbi Grauer un-
questionably succeeded in pre-
senting, in a limited time, a diffi-
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was highly interesting, very clear.
and full of flavor and color.
The original, spread, and de-
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made such a movement timely
and readily acclaimed.
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one carried away the feeling that
Rabbi Grauer, from the height of
his intellectualism, condescend-
ingly tolerated the needs and
urges that caused the birth and
spread of Chasidism (Sociological
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Bureau Of Jewish Education Will Hold "??^!h.B & P
Inter-School Chanuka Celebration
The annual inter-school Chanu-
ka celebration, sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education for
I Students of the Jewish sch ioIs
c 1 Greater Miami, will be held
n Tui sday and Wednesday >!
i \i week. For the Beach, the
Siiks \aiii To AIM. Post
Appointment of J. Harold Saks
- lin ctor of the Administi ativi
. visi m of the Ami-D< famat n
I., ague of B'nai B'rith, was an-
unced by Benjamin R. Epstein,
rial director.
Mr. Saks has served with the
lea.c.u' since 1940. and for the past
a w as direct ir of the
C( mmunity Service Division,
which guides the functions of the
egional offices of the organiza-
tion. In his new capacity. Mr.
Saks will take our duties former-
ly the direct responsibility of the
national director. Mr. Epstein
said. "He will bring his rounded
experience in ADL and his legal
training to the task of dealing
with national administrative
problems growing out of recent
leorganizations within the Lea-
gue."
Mr. Saks will be succeeded as
Community Service director by
Oscar Cohen, until recently di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Council of Detroit. Mr. Cohen.
long an outstanding leader in the
community relations field came
to the league in April of this year
and has spent the past six months
conducting administrative studies
in preparation for assuming his
new duties,
Born in Canada. Mr. Cohen ar-
I'ived .1! Detroit three years ago
serving as executive director
of the Canadian Jewish Congress
in Toronto. Before entering inter-
group aid community relations
work Mr Cohen served in an edi-
toi ial apt city with the Toronto
Jewish Standard and lias since
written free-lance magazine and
spaper articles.
entertainment will be held at the
Cameo Theatre. 1455 Washington
Ay, on Decemtx r 20 at in a.m.
For the students in Miami, the
celebration will be held at the
Tower Theatre, 1509 s W 8th St.,
on December 21 at 10 a.m.
The progl im will feature a full
It ngth movie, "Tom >i row Is A
Wonderful Day." dealing with the
:< gem ration of a Jewish child
Irom the DP camps ol Europe, cli-
\cii by ,1 Chanuki I r ition
in the land f Israel.
Greetings will be exti tided by
Max Mi isi I and David [sen, of-
ficers ol tin bun iu, and repre-
sentatives ol the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami. Bless-
ings over the candles will be
chanted by students of the He-
brew Academy and C >ngregation
Beth El. Chanuka songfc will b<
presented by the student choirs
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter and Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter. Beth Sholom and Beth David
Hebrew schools will present
original skits "Living Mogen
David" and "Parade of Jewish
Books."
A novel quiz with a puppet op-
erated by Eugene Yulish will test
the Chanuka information of stu-
dent representatives of all schools,
with prizes awarded to all con-
testants. A community sing will
be led by Hvman Pomerantz of
the bureau, and the celebration
will conclude with the distribu-
tion of special treats to all chil-
dren attending.
Children are urged to bring
with them gifts for the children
of Israel. In Miami, these gifts
will be gathered by the Tamara
Chapter of Mizrachi Women, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Charles
lurk. On the Beach, the gifts will
be handled bv the Miami and
Miami Beach Chapters of Junior
Hadassah, headed by Beverly
Raphael and Esther Rimon.
The entertainment is under the
supervision of Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education. Ad-
mission is by free ticket now
being distributed at all Jewish
schools and Jewish youth centers.
They are also available at the
office of the bureau.
"We are grateful to Harvey
Fleischman, district manager of
Wometco Theatres for the use of ,
the'theatres; to George Raywood.,
business agent of the Motion Pic-
ture Operators Union, for pro-
viding free service of the opera-
tor; to Angelo Sands, business!
manager of the Stagehands Union
for services of members: and to ;
Carl Weinkle for Chanuka
treats," Schwartzman said.
Popkin Brothers Purchase
Blue Star Camp Site
Tile Popkin brothers. Herman.
Harry and Ben, announce the
purchase from Harry Diamond of
Charlotte, X C, of his 200-acre
former Pinnacle Mountain sum-
mer resort near Hendersonville.
X C to he used as the permanent
site tor then Blue Star Camp
lor boys and girls
Announcement of the purchase
of the property and eight-acre
private lake was made by the I
owners and directors of Blue star | New Restaurant Opens
at the same time as thev released ; _
pl..n.- tor the 1950 camping sea- '. Featuring an unusual bay win-
This vear will mark the dow alcove overlooking palms and
third summer for Camp Blue Star ^''d- Bl,,s Restaurant and Coffee
Shop opened recently. Designed
by Architect Tony Sherman and
executed by Arkin Construction
Company, Inc.. the new establish-
ment, which is owned and oper-
ated by Bill Masur. is located at
the corner of Collins Ave. and
20th St.
Exemplifying the latest in
ultra-modern decor, a visual re-
cessed kitchen behind the lunch
eon counter includes the me-
chanics of food-making in th(
decorative scheme. The restaurant
has a seating capacity of 160.
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division of
Hadassah held it first mem-
bership tea of the season on Sun-
dav. December 11. Irom 3 to 5
p.m. in the lounge .if the Miami
Jewish Community Center. 450
S.W. 16th Ave.
Mrs Murry Grossman, who re-
cently returned from the Ha-
dassah convention in San Fran-
cisco, the principal speaker,
Mrs Jaspei Cromer, president
the Senior Hadassah, and Miss
Rosalyn Klein, president of the
chapter. also addressed the
gathering. Miss Klein, who was
the delegate of the Miami B & P
the convention, discussed her
trip. The movie "Israel Reborn"
was shown.
Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman
ol the membership committee,
was assisted by Miss Rosalyn
Strauss, Miss Goldie Sanders and
Mrs. Abe Fisher. Refreshments
were served.
Tickets are being distributed
and plans are progressing for the
Chanuka dance which will he
held at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami
Beach, on Sunday, December 18.
at 9 p.m.
Democrat Dinner Will
Draw Party Leaders
The gathering of notables in
Miami on December 17 for the
Jefferson-Jackson Day Victory
dinner shapes up more like a
Who's Who of the Democratic
party with every mail.
Dinner headquarters report
that State Senate President New-
man C. Brackin. Speaker of the
House Perry Murray. State
Comptroller C. M. Gay. Hotel
Commissioner Jimmv Landon and
U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett
wired in for reservations this
week.
They will join a long list of
Democratic dignitaries which al-
ready includes Vice President Al-
ben Barkley. Governor Fuller
Warren. Senators Claude Pepper
and Spessard L. Holland, U. S.
Rep. George Smathers, Alex
Littlefield, president of the State
Democratic Executive Commit-
tee and many others.
Barkley. who will make the
main address, will be accom-
panied by his bride.
At least 3.000 Democrats are
expected to attend the affair
which will be held in Dinner Key.
Winston K. Pendleton, Assistant
to National Democratic Commit-
tee Finance Director C. V. Grif-
fin, who is putting on the Miami
dinner, said that tickets will be
sold out long before the night
the feast.
Tickets are now available
headquarters in room 301,
Comodoro Hotel.
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New and retiring leaders of the Southern Zionist 1
mission shown at the recent annual meetinq of the r '
held in Atlanta, Ga.. during the Southeastern regional r SI
of the Zionist Organization of America. Left to right fk I
Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz of Jacksonville, newly elected rhJ
representing Southeastern Hadassah: Mark A. Spector ol[ nJ
nooga, co-chairman of the regional commission and chairn?
the Chattanooga Youth Commission; Sidney C. Gluckman T
tona Beach, retiring chairman and 20A representative0
commission; Mrs. William Kirshner of Nashville. Tenn r
co-chairman and Southern Hadassah representative; and M
Robkin of Atlanta, re-elected treasurer who represents th
region. The commission is the joint youth agency of South*
Zionist Organization of America, Southern and Southeastern
dassah and sponsors Junior Hadassah. Masada. Intercoll
Zionist Federation of America, Young Judaea and Plugat
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ZJ^l^tlkrid/iar,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
ish Center. 6231 Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A
Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Rabbi Emeritus.
PYIila> evening ,,.... .
.. ,.s every Sunday
Jiside Jew
', ,. -i. iioros, 65
d
f"1' 11.1. classes under
'"'' ,. Mondays and
. 41" ,' 1-06 [i.m.
Nation beth Tfilah (Or-
1935 E"clid Ave" Miaml
"'Babbi Joseph E. Rack-
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Prlday evening -. : \ .
1 >r Ranson u ill | ...-i, i.
(rh ?hore Jewish 3"
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse. Miami Beach VaIu
Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip
V
Firs]1 Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon
oivd.
. i
. > at B:15.
... al B:S0
" dee Rabbi
the Portion
'"., uilaj at I P.rr
III! "S|IBI
l-'l
kiln*
BbH ;.. ',', m. followed
;
Coral Gables Jewish Cenler
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue
Palermo near Le Jeune.
Friday tghl -.
Skop will -i-
, followed '"andleH c.
Bvenlng by Kulduxh, i itniu ,li .
. i, ,i bj rlUHM meg Shabli il bj th< i,
Maarlv fol- urda; .
b- onducted b} set vln Mddu
Ba Mltzvah l'l ib
Iff Academy. 918 6th St
ni Beach.
. ,i 5:10 p.m.;
a m. Sol L.
I will deliver a
! peace Be-
Dally
.1
:K
Lmi Hebrew School and Con-
P.ion (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
tot Berele Kelemer.
. i \ ires nt 6:15.
'"' BarJM't-
,.i Mr. and Mrs
,-.-. al 1:30
MMrivaerv-
i vice" Sunday
I i bj a Bai
\ iaj school at
1 dall) S:15 to
- ''" ""
togregawon Beth El (Ortho-
u 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
irav Grauer.
i:15 p.in.
S!30. Rabbi
, of Lights
I .:". M'":,11'
or Shudos
i .. I > rellgluus
v religious
IS p in
IJiwish Community Center
jnservalive). 2020 Polk St..
illywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
alor Milton Friedman.
krli Fvldi 'i 5:13. Late
Hal wrvice* al Rabbi HonlR
n Tin- :- Ihe Maccabee.'
I M-h 'ii.- Wagner Sal -
morning service at H:J0. Rabbi
fir will irntch >n the weekly por-
of ih.- ban Kellglous school
i.. Suriilai ii linn.
I Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
i Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
lay P. Mann.
evening services at 8:15.
pUi Moshay r Mann will conduct
tiers and the sermon. His
be I- i ish Heroism and
Dr. l'aul Beck
fOfficiate an cantor. A reception
iiv Free :. glous school meets
|Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
lox), 301-311 Washington At*..
mi Beach. Rabbi Mote* Mes-
loff.
fenicfs will be held Friday evenlns
Lst Pi \ evening lectui'e.
I rabbi will il. mi "KeliKion
pi noi nlng at I 10
p Men hekiff will d. liver the ser-
I i !antor Peder
Jr. Congrega-
directlon of A.
Ill I > hulnian will teach
_"l:i>- al I ; l| Sli.il.ish SeUdos ill
at 1 iinil 8 a.m.
^: Ii ii'lil conducta daily
' m id; i T'lie Mlshnn."
*[ '11 sneak ..ii the Portion of
. Da l> 1.....1 from 3:3" to
ilii-i mli Thursday and
.. ,. i ,. i Sunday.
Igler-Granada Jewish Cen-
145 S.W. 45th Are.
JitiiiJai ....... ,., lt <, n.m.
Porth Dade Jewish Center
ervativei, 13630 W. Dixie
"way. North Miami.
iiy evening services at 8 p.m.
. Ii ei at 9. Hun-
i ch(l |0
V- W. Religious Congregation.
1 N. W. 2nd St.
Fjws Bat u l iy morning at :00
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
I'ally s. n i.
P in. Snl in d ij iiininii
Al Urn son of M
I'ai l< n Hi llel ..... II
hi s or ti
bnd friend*
Int.' servk i
i
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave.. Micimi Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
I..Hi- l":.ii.i ..
Di Jai oh II. K.i|
nl Temple Israel ami
Rabh nical I
ami, will
Lights." s i' i .i.i'
..... I! ibb
w I I I v. -
si.....r Mi-
it.. Mttz
i in and i' in
Temple lietn snoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Frldav evenlns
P. 11.i.: Kin '
Khabbal "ill follow the si
patio. Suntl .... ; Hi
school
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Friday evening services al
Saturday morning at 9 a m. and in
the evening al 6:30 followed by Shaloa
Seudos. Dally ser\ ices ; t 8 a m
Mm. h. Maai ii .it 5:00 p m. Young Is-
rael members from other branches are
Invited to attend Bervlcee and other
activities. ,
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
The rabbi ill lecture Katurdn> at
1:15. Miinli.i at t:45 followed bj
Shalos Seudos Zmlras and remarks i>>
guests will follow, after which Maarlv
will take place Dally services at 8
a.m. iind r. pin : Maarlv at &:. Dallj
Hebrew School al 8:30 with Religious
Sunday school at I" a.m.
Congregation Beth uavid (Con-
serratiTe). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evenlns services from 8:30
t 9 p.m. each week will be br<..... >-
over wwi'i: Rabbi Max Shapiro and
.aiit..r Maurice Mamches will conduct
wrvlces assisted b> the Beth Dai Id
choir under direction of Leon ShlfT.
In keeping with the Chanuka festIvii
the liilitii wll preach on I he i
Mrs. Ruth 0......man. siu,la> >
Ing services al 9 a m rhe rabbi win
Slakon the Portion o Lav. Studen,
Cong. Saturday al O-30 .m Hebrew
Bchool between : nd. ','';,,
dally During the public school ilnter
vacation classes In Hebrew sclu
take place in mornings, v "'
iiorti.tion for students during week,
of I i.-r 1Mb iind -'db.
in.10 loiril Line
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ni' body styles
will !> available, includ
tion wagons and convertibles.
l-'i d continues to offer the choice
nf two enginesthe 100-horse-
power V-8 and the 95-horsep iwei
Six
Styling of the 1950 car. al-.
thuuuh nut radically changed be-
cause of the wide public accept-
ance of the modern design of the
Fords, nevertheless includes sev-
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the appearance.
Gables Women Meet
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables held its next member-
ship meeting Wednesday. Decem-
ber 14, 8 p.m., at the center. 2410
Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Mrs. Lee Platt, program chair-
man, planned a Chanuka quiz
tor the social part of the evening.
Refreshments were served by
the Mesdames Leonard Bernstein.
Esther Brown and Sidney Gor-
chov.
. ../
Pictured cementing into place the cornerstone of the new
Israelite Center at 3198 S.W. 24th Terr, are Meyer Stein, a member
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president of the Dora Stein Sisterhood. Onlooker is H. B. Gross,
president of ihe center. Ceremonies took place recently.
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*Jenisii Fk>ridiain
Letters To The Editor
nUDAY.DECEMmm,.
(Continued from Page 19^
dual. One felt that perhaps the
good rabbi missed completely the
symbolism and expressiveness to
the ordinary individual, of tin
lucustoms surrounding the use
.if such ordinary things as
"Schnapps" and snuff tobacco
customs which he annihilated
with a superior ridicule. Perhaps,
the rabbi overlooked the fact thai
these articles have been instru-
mental in fostering and develop-
ing SUCjl ordinary virtues as hos-
pitality, neighborliness, warmth
between man and his fellow man.
and a feeling of social responsi-
bility, as well as being a founda-
tion or background for discus-
sions and exchanges of opinion.
The picture of the average
I'hasidie Rabbi that one carried
away, was that of a faker and
charlatan who succeeded in main-
taining his leadership by clever
deception. Even the admitted
Chasidic contributions to our
Jewish philosophy and way of
life were so submerged by the
surrounding ridicule that it was
negligent.
N.iw. I am positive that Rabbi
Grauer did not at all intend to
portray such an uncomplimentary
view of Chasidism and its effects.
I am convinced, that his com-
plete familiarity with the subject
matter, plus the handicap of a
time limitation, caused the rabbi
to take for granted much that
was valuable and praiseworthy. '
and to show an angle or facet
that left the listener with a feel-
ing that the speaker was scoffing.
criticizing, ridiculing and mock-
ing a movement that emphasized
the heart of the individual from
his own exalted seat of learning
where only the head rules. It ap-
peared to be the condescending
ridicule of the Tzadeck by the
Talmud Chachum of the righteous
n bv the man of learning.
It might be a splendid idea if
Rabbi Grauer were to undertake
a series of more extended talks
in this, and similar subjects, with
a question and answer period to
follow. I am certain that every-
ne attending would be as com-
pletely absorbed as I was. and
'. 'aid feel ., sen.se of spiritual
enrichment and satisfaction, since
the rabbi possesses a free and
easy style of delivery, that suc-
ee Is in conveying dignity, with-
out being stifl and forma] He is a
master of his subject, his voca-
bulary is excellent and he is able.
therefore, to give just the right
shade of meaning to his ideas
Also an excellent facultv for sim-
plification and analysis, makes
the rabbi's talk easily absorbed
by the listener. And finally, his
charming mannerisms and friend-
ly voice succeed in maintaining b
degree of interest so that one
li aves with a feeling of time well-
spent.
Sincerely yours,
GEOIUIE GOLDBERG.
Sexton. Beth David
Disturbing
Editor. .Jewish Floridian
\ very disturbing factor has
crept into the present vital issue
of Jerusalem. It is very baffling
why our Zionist leaders in this
country have kept it under cover.
and I mean all shades of Zionism,
the General Zionists, the Labor
Zionists, and even the Mizrachi,
who should have been in the
forefront to raise that issue.
I can understand the motives
of the old British Mandate Gov-
ernment trying to tear away the
old Historic Jerusalem from the
Jews. For. despite every edict.
Jews continued to pray at the
old "Wailing Wall" and to blow
the Shofar on Yom Kippur. De-
spite British jailings and other
obstacles, religious Jews, young
and old. continued to visit the
old Holy Shrines.
After the U.N. spectacle of par-
titioning Palestine, the British
immediately went to work to cut
off the Old Historical Jerusalem
from the rest of the city. By arm-
ing Arabs and setting them up
as sentries at the various gate
entrances to old Jerusalem, thous-
and of Jews were isolated from
the rest of the city. The British
then adopted a new trick. Pre-
tending to act as saviours, they
promised to guarantee the evacu-
ation of the Jews from the old
city. The religious Jews, young
and old, despite hunger and pri-
vations, refused this "noble ges-
ture" of the British. They stayed
on. and Jewish blood flowed
freelv for the defense of the old
city. This heroic epic of the de-
fense of old Jerusalem by the old
and young Jews who never in
then lives learned the use of
weapons, and yet. fought hero-
ically, has yet to be told.
Eventually the Israeli govern-
ment ordered the evacuation of
the old city of Jerusalem.
It is now over IS months since
the evacuation took place, and
the Israeli government now fight-
ing the proposed internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem talks of a
"Jewish Jerusalem" or a "New
Jerusalem."
The old Psalm 137 "If I forget
Thee. O Jerusalem, may my right
hand forget its cunning," cer-
tainly never referred to a New
Jerusalem that was not in exist-
ence. It referred to the old his-
. torical Jerusalem, (now in the
hands of the barbaric Bedouin
Abdullah) the resting place of
the Kings of David, the Wailing
Wall and other holy Jewish
shrines.
This new conception of "Old
Jerusalem" and "New Jerusalem" |
fostered by the present Israeli
government should be challenged
by the leaders in the Zionist
movement. There are no two
Jerusalems. All of Jerusalem be-
longs to the Israeli government. ;
and when Jews all over the world
repeat the prayer of "L'SSkti,
\ Habo Birusholayim," they mean
[ "all" and "one" Jerusalem.
Sincerely.
HY SOOTIN.
PETE GASCOYNE
ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP.
2851 S. W. 31st Ave.
Mia
m
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BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFINISHING REPAINTING
35 Almeria Ave.
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Phone 44921
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I I Till A A ST I III OS
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Miami Beacb
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Flou-ers For All Occasions
DELIVERY
Cat FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
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2-5790 Phones 2-5384
GREETINGS
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1545 N.W. 45th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
PARK MADISON STUDIO
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS
205-07 Lincoln Bldg.
Phone 5-5260
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
OILS FRAMES MINIATURES
AMERICAN
AWWUTO CO.
Ben C. LaPointe, Owner
PHONE 9-7801
'Anything that's made
of Canvas"
571 N. W. S. River Dr.
.ASU S
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
MARGARET ANN
Super Markets
TAMPA. FLORIDA
TO ALL A HAPPY
CHANUKA
Hide & Seek
Children's Shop
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF
DISTINCTION
Gifts Apparel
Tots to Teens
506 Biltmore Way Ph. 48-5929
GREETINGS FROM
T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO.. IMC.
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
Dealers
SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 9-6516
1930 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
Miami's Oldest Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer
MIAMI FLORIDA
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3.497;
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
TELEPHONE 2-7937
Daile Marbl e & Tile Company
Contractors for
MARBLE. TILE AND TERRAZZO
2201 N. W. 5th Avesue Wmi
GREETINGS
J. E. SHAW
GENERAL CONTRACTING
386 Minorca Avenue Phone 48-88671
JOE SOI I It
IMPORTERS OF PANAMA HATS
South American Souvenirs and Jewelry
Phone 58-3579
2205 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
y*
CHESTER E. SALS
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
HELEN G. WARNER
TO ALL A HAPPY
CHANUKA
IIIIMW BUILDERS
721 N. W. 21st Court
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
If ; JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER
Palm Beach-247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New Ytf
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
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APPLIANCE STORE*
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
136 N. E. Flnt Street
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^SfSstJ^pb./-, gggj i -
,pAY DECEMBER 16, 1949
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
fu^LYWOODThe National
I n (,f Decency recently
K Columbia's "Jolson Sings
;n- into ;ts Class B (Morally
liiionabl.- in part for all)
nrv Th" reviewing group
fecied'to the film since it "re-
? thi- acceptability of di-
wce" Hollywood still can't get
this decision.
*
| two complete programs of la-
Li films are soon to be pre-
Sed Tel Aviv. They will
insist of features made in the
ttwo years by Palestine Films
Company-
and will include
ISream'N" More." a 70-minute
Kture first to be Produced in
llraei with a Hebrew soundtrack.
Written and directed by Joseph
iKrumgold. it is the story of an
Emigrant's adventure*
T-e other program will con-
. "Housi In the Desert," the
| Ij'..... 1949." another immigra-
fL story, ;md "48 Hours A
Irji'v.'' which tells of the siege of
Utnisalem. ( (
ju^: a few years ago. Judy
|lM:day (her real name is
ITuvurr.' was a switchboard op-
Icatoi at th. Mercury Theater in
Iker native New York. This job
|Mi nly gave her a sore throat,
but also a doctor's advice to "go
I to the mountaina" for a rest.
Ijudv complied and at the moun-
1 tair: resort met Betty Comden and
lAoo'xh Grei i<.
I The trio joined forces as "The
[Reviewers," 'turned to New
IYork where they played supper
|( ibs llv landed in Holly-
Iwcod. After a few bleak months.
Iduring which Judy played small
rotes r. "S unething for the Boys"
land "Winged Victory." the three
[youngsters returned home.
I" Her partners hit pay dirt when
(hi v sold "On the Town" and
"BJlion Pollar Baby" which be-
A HAPPY CHANUKA
J.F.McGILVARY
"JIMMY"
Your Patronage Approciarted
NOW 24 HOUR SERVICE
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
DEAUVTLLE
SERVICE STATION
6348 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-9156
came stage hits and wen later
sold to MGM and Samuel G
wyn for fabulous p,-.,, .. j .
then went into "Kiss Them For
.i ln.wh'c-1 ,H- Performance
as the girl of easy virtu.
Clrrence Derwenl Awaid for the
oert performance by a supportina
player.
Theato history was created
when she scored heavilv in the
w:doly-accUimd hit comedy
For three years, she threw audi-
ence into hysterical laughtei In
the Garson-Kannin-Ruth Gordon
stage success.
Judy's decision to try Holly-
wood again was influenced by
Director George ("Edward .:.
Son") Cukor,.who convinced hei
th^t he had the perfect film role
for her in Garson K;n:n and
Ruth Gordon's new screenplay
"Adam's Rib" starring Srer.cei
Tracy and Katherine Hepburn.
His faith, her future and the
enjoyment of theatri audii
will be established by Judy's
performance in this new film,
which 3ends her skyrocketing to
fame and fortune. Jud\ is now .
screen sensation, hut she still re-
members the days she worked as
a switchboard operator.
* *
The Israel premiere of Charlie
Chaplin's "Monsieui Verdcux" in
' Haifa this week hi's seen re-'
ceived very enthusiastically. The
first week not only broke all'
house records, but also represent-
ed the highest i ik in any thea-
tre in Israel in i ne week's show-
ing, Charlie says he's very im-
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FLORIDA FUEL OIL
INC.
950 N. W. 73rd Street
Phone 89-1661
Passed with the <;ood taste and
' rtamment inteligeuce" the
people of Israel have.
*
Since the run-of-the-mill Hol-
1 product isn't paving off
'- at the boxoffice, one
tic advised producers
: to make "mature" pic-
i great audience"the
two-thirds oi our grown-up citi-
vi'" r|" not go regularlv to
the movies." -The industry," he
^ may yet find its salvation
in those whom it has for two
Wnei mtemptuously turn-
I eign competition."
ZIIT Fraternity to
Hold Moot Hore
The fifty-first annual conven-
ll",n, ,nf ,Zeta Be,a Tau fraternity
Will be held at the Flondian Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, from December
26 to January 2. Chapters at the
I mvrrsities of Miami and Flor-
and the Miami Alumni As-
-< i iation of the fraternity will
-hosts at the conclave.
Chairman of the convention is
irvin S. Korach. Honorary chair-
n n is Herbert E. Steiner. Others
assisting with arrangements art
M ntague Rosenberg, secretary;
Murray G. Cohen, treasure)
Maurice L. Yalman, assistant
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
treasurer; Irving Ellis. Sr., David
A. Falk. Eli H. Fink. James
Franki Jr.. Marvin C. Freedman.
Richard Gernitz, Jerome C. Hof-
mayer, Robert M. Lewin, Milton
Malakoff, Ferd S. Mever. Bergard
Steiner. Bernard J. Wagner
Henry E. Wolff, Louis S. Joel,
president of the Jacksonville
alumni; Leonard E. Treister,
president of University of Mi-
ami chapter; Spencer B. Gilbert,
president of the University of
Florida chapter, vice chairman.
Sen. Claude Pepper has been
invited to address the meet Other
highlights of the conclave will
be the Shrine North-South foot-
ball game, the Orange Bowl game,
and a "Moon Over Miami" dance
at the Westview Country Club.
Following the convention, which
will be known as the Tropical
convention, there will be a three-
day Havana tour for delegates.
JEWELS
SILVER
GREETINGS
GREETINGS
TO ALL
\utn's
Yacht Basin
1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
Ti DUPREE
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-5224
WORKS OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curio*
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 5-2503
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Dade County Representative
to the State Legislature
DR. F. H. FISHER
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
321 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3580
ALL GOOD WISHES
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
Margaret Wilier
Beauty Salon
440 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Season's Greetings!
I Smith Boulevard
Pharmacy
?9lh Street and Biicayne Blvd.
Phone 7-5567
607 East Lai Olas Bird.
Fort Lauderdale
Phone 37
ioi the
HOLIDAY
H. H. LEWIN
Re'al Estate
319 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5373
GREETINGS
SUTTON JEWELRY CO.
Successor to Whaler's
MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE
72 W. Flagler Si. Opposite Courthouse
FINCHER 0LDSM0BILE, INC.

1740 N. E. Second Avenue
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAY**: ENGINEERING CO.
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666
Established in 1887
Ph. 2-5996
Aqui se Habla Espanol ____
DIXIE CURB
MARKET
Quality G-oceriej and Meats
|1-E. and M. J. MAIN. Owners |
Ml N. L Second Av..
MIAMI 38. FLA.
PHONE 74)881
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
\OIUM I SERVICE
"NEAR YOUR FAVORITE CAUSEWAY"
_ Miami Beacn
2057 Everglades Concourse__^____
GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
* OUR NEW LOCATION
39> BISCAYNE BLVD.
Studios:
*W Be.cn. 741 W. 41st St
PHONE J-4159
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bldg.
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank'
(Member oi F.D.I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-5291
A Happy
Chanuka
Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach
Brooklyn. N. Y.
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V
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
16.
Richard Tucker To
At Miami Beach Center January 22
Appe
ar In Concert 5 Young Adults To
\ttnl Conclave
Five young adults from the
Adding to his laurels constant-
ly. Mr. Tucker's appearances with
Times Star "One of the best
tenors ever heard. His vocal qual-
ity is beautiful, his upper register
thrilling."
Since his debut at the Metro-
politan when he awoke the next
morning to find himself famous.
Mr. Tucker has achieved the kind
comber 25-2"..according to an an-
nouncement by Milton A. Fried- I
man. national B'nai B'rith youth
commissioner.
Headed by Miss Selma R
Lewis, Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
youth director, the delegation will
include Miss Rosalyn Morris.
IIsilihi Mann To
Launch Weekly
Ratlio l*rl'raill of SLU'tl,,>s f',: uhuh :,UISI artists president "of ViiaF BrfYth "Voiing
*A" wait half a lifetime. His rise from \y,mH,n 0f District Five- Miss
Rabbi Mnshav p. Mann, spirit- choir boy to the Metropolitan is a Dnnna Feldman. Debbs BBYW
ual leader of Temple Isaiah, will new kind 01 storythe simple Chapter; Miss Beverly Koch.
Jaunch a weeklv ladio program, SIor-v <* Quiet, indefatigable work Sn;irt.t BBYW Chapter: and Wal-
-The L!ving Svnagogue." over ,tha} ,S bl;S;nnlne to form the u,,. Xraurig. FDR BQYM Chapter
station WINZ on Sundav after- background of many present-day and State Aleph Zadik Aleph ad-
-,. i in___ American musicians who stand in VIser.
The convention will feature
seminars on social action, service
The Tucker concert, one of the to the community, BBYO struc-
major fund-raisin*; projects of the tul.,. and OUr relationship to Is-
rael led by Nathaniel Nason.
BBYO director of field operations. i
Al Balzer, Miss Ethvle Simon ana |
Tzvi H. Poraih.
Miss Lewis will also visit the
be made by calling 58-2503. or n.itH..nal headquarters in Wash-
' y
jy
noon at 1:30 p.m.
As the only rabbi in the active ffi^gSKo* ^ ***** "
ministry ol this countrv who has UV! *P _..... ..
received ordination bv the two
extreme schools of Jewish reli-
Shown working on plans for a stag smoker recentlv u ,.,
lhe Saxony Hotel by the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge '
r.) Jules Channing, Bernard Kahn. publicity director of n2V!lJ
David R. Isen. lodge president; and Saul Genet The > j
part of the B'nai B'rith nation-wide membership dhv.u
terminated last week. nve *>'
Talmudic scholars in the Ameri-
can Reform rabbinate.
Rabbi Mann came to Miami at
the invitation of the board of di-
rectors of Temple Isaiah about
three-months ago to head its con-
gregation and in that short p> nod.
las become recognized as one of
Mis. Ira C. Walsey. chairman.
58-7274.
inpton. D. C. where she will con-
ic: with Dr. Max Baer. national
youth director on future youth
programs for South Florida.
GREETINGS
Investors Diversified Services In<
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
11.-id.-i s*nli I nil
the important spiritual leaders > Will Sponsor
the community. ,_ __
I hanuka Hop
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah will hold a
service and will dwell chiefly on Chanuka hop on Saturdav eve-
blems ol a cultural nature, ning. December 17 at 9 p.m. in the .
rne program is non-commercial Candlelight Room of Keen's December 18. at 2:30 p.m. Rabbi
and broadcast for public inteiest Steak House. 6950 Collins Ave Morris A. Skop will offer the
and enlightenment. From time to Miami Beach. blessing over the Chanuka
lime, visitors of national repute Mrs. Gerald P. Sdtz. fund-rais- candles.
The fifteen minute program
which Rabbi Mann will conduct
I include a brief devotional
Golden Agers To
Hold Chanuka Fete
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold its an-
nual Chanuka party on Sunday.
. .i be invited to participate The ing director and chairman of the As a special
for Rabbi Mann s discussion affair, has announced that the feature. Basha 1
this Sunday will be keyed to dance will be an informal social toe dancer .and t
.; oism."'
the Chanuka celebration and be get-together, the proceeds of will perform.
Martyrdom to which are ear-marked for the
group's Meier Shl'eyah Orphaned
Children's Village in Israel. Ad-
mission will be 60 cents stag and
SI drag.
Assisting Mrs. Soltz will be
Miss Annette Melich. door; Miss
Kaylee Raffle and Miss Francine
: Levy, correspondence; Miss
Naomi Sega) and Miss Lillian
Aronson, hostesses: and Miss
Janice Goldiner. publicity.
entertainment
Pepper, novelty
he Webb Sisters
Center To Honor
Kaplan At llinner
A > stin .'i:.il dinn
Li "ii Kaplan, outgoing pn
. f ih. Mi. mi Jewish Community
Ci nter, will be held al Mi ndel-
n's Lincoln Man .. Mil
ch. on Sundav. January 8. -------------------------------
1950.
Kaplan has servi i three terms United States will have an-
president and sevei as nually yielded nearly two-thiids
ember f thi board of direct "' ''' t,K' world's petroleum for
At the same time the newly almt-'-st a century._________________
ted ers ..nd members I _...__________________________
board f directoi s will I i
ally installed. M J Kopel-
witz and Abe Cutler are co-
men if the committee in
: thi affair Thi v will be
. ssisted In- Max R. Silver. Ben
Essen, Sam Seitlin. Paul Sobel.
Mi Leo Sheiner, Leo Ackerman.
Mrs. Helen Temple. Mrs Leo
Ai kerman, Charles H. Cohen, Nat
Blumberg. Sidney Palmer. Mil-
1 in A. Friedman. E. Albert Pallot,
li.tvid B:mvn. Morris K);,-.-. .-.r.r!
Mrs. Bern ice Dublei.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
ACE i:VTI'HMIXATI\. CO.
Complete Exterminating Service
FREE INSPECTION
2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-53471
SEASON'S GREETINGS
475 41st Street
7125 Abbott Avenue
Rccc Service 5-9134
WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION
TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
Hobbs Service Station
Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Bidone
of BIDONE'S RESTAURANT
OPENS DECEMBER 22nd
GREETINGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Miami
GREETINGS
THE PATIO SHOP
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
3650 Coral Way Phone 48-2920
CALL 2-4768
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
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1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-476!
GREETINGS
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YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE
GREETINGS
Kansas City. Mo. Miami, Fla.
BURNETT
MEAT CO.
Est. 1882
Victor Allen Leo B. Cowie
62-64 N.W. 11th Street.
Miami, Fla.
4200 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 88-2951
SERVICE
QUALITY
GOOD WILL
GREETINGS
GENERAL
INSULATING
COMPANY

JOHNS MANVILLE
HOCK WOOL HOME
INSULATION

2119 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 82-MCI
( /* GlMIRBO* dk.tNC.7
GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co.
Distributors Insulux Glass Block
1601-1619 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 21796
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
LEARN
MEAT CUTTING and Processing
PLANT and MARKET Management
DISPLAY and MERCHANDISING
Poultry Eviscerating and Processing
Quick Freezing and By-Products
Day Claeses-ENROLL NOW-E^ernng Classes
G. I. APPROVED
NATIONAL MEAT & FOOD INSTITUTE
One of the Largest Meat and Food Schools in the South
26 N. E. 27th Street p^ 62,2m
BEST WISHES FOR
THESE YOUR HOLIDAYS
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
GREETINGS
WHITE BELT DAIRY
MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
From Our Own Government Teeted Herd
OLD PLANTATION ICE CREAM
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nrcEMBER 16, 1949
Jin To Work On AIM. Program
presentation At i .1A Conferen< *
director. In- i Jewish Federat
^h^trhridliar,
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
M Franklin.
,, Democratic Education.
for
rBIu^.Pr.n ,scnted as a
f the all day Combined
Appeal inference being
^ bv the Greater Miami
JsuiH Holiday
(.plav Set For
17 To Jan. 2
:t0eclacl. m Dadc County
-i the I" :,lav season has
Tten the huge display out-
t D:xu II Shway below Red
tThisvear the display, from
%ber 1T Janua7 2J out-
Even the past ones In beauty
ds two notable features
usic and choral
Prof. Clarke To Speak
Prof,
"* re; ..... i..-,... rroi ciarke will re-
ing presented by the Ji int De- i book "CheaD-
ise Appeal, fund-,.. Dozen" bv G Ipeth and
! American Jewish I .. an invited
m
fe'organ music from 9 a.m.
throughout each day
[
to
is
ally transcribed. At 8 in
evening Mrs Martha Horton
over personally at the Ham-
organ playing until 10.
:,,.nation faithful-
church interior.
Iieproduc. -
with models of con-
! n membi rs in the pews
iteen "stained glass" win-
on, Sunday, De-
cember 18. at Westvi. ,. Country
Club.
"Blueprint for freed
being presented bv the .1.
ten
the
and Anti-Defamation League i
E'nai B'rith. to highlight th
gram of these agencies for com-
batting bigotry and building good
hun-,;m relations among .
sons.
Widely known in the : i
radio. Franklin is prod ici and
director of the "Lest Wi !
programs, now in
series. Recipient ol mi n
tor outstanding publii servici
contributions to radi
We Forget" series an
over more than 1.000
tions throughout the countrv Ii
Miami, the "Lest Wi Fi rgel Tl
American Dream" si .< is cur-
rently being aired ovei
WVCG. each Saturda\ I
5:30 p.m.. with thi I an
being followed by a 15-n
live panel discussion.
On Saturday. Decembei 17.
Franklin will be in'.
station WVCG at 5 15 p n
Edward Gaylor, stat
director, and Bob Sti ven
announcer, following thi "Lest
We Forget" transcriptii n ntitled
"Chain Reaction." During the
course of the
Mmh'iii Women
Initiate Fifty
Edward Clarke of the
'yol Miami will be the
' r Saturday, Decem-
:';. at3:30, atth, sSa
Uth St.. Mi- B'nai B'rith were initiated into
Bell Unveiling
Outd
More than 50 new members of
the Sholem Women's Chapter of
: 0'..: nv.:.i. ..... .
|.' :.....nd listen to
m 2-3.30.
tu, lay afternoon
the service order on Tuesday,
December 13. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth
El Congregation. 500 S.W. 17th
Ave.
Mrs. Max Shapiro officiated at
the induction ceremonies assisted
by Mrs Harold Rand, president
mon'M ;,. ^Jj of the Women's Chapter The pro-
L'ses." t-'"if.\ ana gram included a vocal trio, com-
posed of the Mesdames Irwin
PTA Will Meet
P irent-
thi Ab-
khool will
Dei ber 16.
Guesl i D Jess
will
: f Ch Idhood
League Honors Mayor
Tl 3 Civic League
ol Miami presi nted Mayor Wil-
Wolfarth with its "Man ol
the Month" award at a recent
held at Billings on Coral
nl Max Friedson an-
noum d that this award will be
mthly
men ol Greater
M ami who have rend' n d note-
.unitv.
Weinstein, Ethel Rothlein, Monica
Monheit with Mrs. Weinstein also
doubling at the piano.
New members were introduced
by Mrs. Nat Strauss, member-
ship chairman, and a report was
heard from Mrs. Rand on the
chapter's community service for
the C( mlng year
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Bell, formerly of 843 Biscayne St.,
Miami Beach, will take place
Tuesday. Decembei 20. at 1 p.m.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing.- Survivors include his wife.
two sons and three daughters.
Relatives and friends are asked
to be present.
Mrs. Einhorn Hostess
Mrs. Harry Einhorn entertained
the Beth David Sisterhood Board,
at a brunch board meeting, at her
home. 2400 Swanson Ave.. on
Wednesday morning, Dec. 7.
Final plans for the Chanuka
\ cabaret dance, to be held on Sun-
day, Dec. 18. at the new Beth
j David site, highlighted the morn-
ing's meeting.
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoia Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782
M. IS. t.AIIIIIS
...........ntervii i Franklin
m Beiiaai, ire-1 will explain the background of
Covering an area of twelve the production of the "Li si W,
id.-ed sou., e feet, the Holsum Forget" scries
are the larg- "Chain Reaction" stars J
Mrs. Braunstein Will
Fete Journal Workers
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876
Mrs Hi Ii :. B n of 2908
in Dadc C unty, and repre- Beck and is the story ol .. cynical Fl n D M imi Beach, will
s of effort and
bv thousand.' of dollars in
r.ing and building. Thousands
n the display.
I a huge 8-foot wreath
ti o; electric bulbs
Ch surmounts the peak of the
.. Buildn
i year ovei forty thousand
(iiors came to see the display.
dphotographs were reproduced
I many nati publications. It
ktimated that this year's crowd
Iviewers will sui pass last year's.
(always.beautiful picture post-
ot the disolay are available
[ill visitors The present Hol-
display, like the previous
k- was and executed
the din it ion of Charles
l Using director
[tie bake: v.
it* Centi
I
pmber 16
A play
of thi
! ,; ''
per, I:.:..
*n. Maxine
newspaperman who ti Is a new
slant on human values
covering the story ol .. si If-sacri-
ficing atomic scientist.
The Institute for Democratic
Education, producer i t public-
service radio materials dedicated
!o advancing intergi ations,
is affiliated with the Anti-De-
famation League of B'na: B'rith,
Young Judaea To
Mark llirllnlay
The Young Judaeans and Seniot
Judaeans oi Miami and Miami
Beach will observi National
Young Judaea Month on Tues-
day. Decembei 20. at the Miami
Beach Y and Wednesday. De-
cember 21, at the Miami Jewish
Community Center, with a sp< ial
Chanuka night, it has been an-
nounced today by Jean Nevel,
j chairman of the Young Ju
I Leader's Council.
The month of Di c< mbi i has
. been designated Young Judaea
Month to mark tin I ty-l rsl an-
niversat y of org ni; n. the
450 S.W. 16th; Jewish youth organizati a which
m. on Friday, represents more than 15.000
young people thi ligl ut the
United States. Miss Nevel re-
vealed. Young Judai i is undei
the a-.i-p'.ees o: : -\
Zionist Youth Commissi n
Primarv objective I I Young
Judaea Month. Miss Nevel said.
is to acquaint the community with
ah will be de- Young Judaea's intensive pro-
n and seven year- grarn c.n the American si ( ni and
the recreational jis activities in suppi i : the
games, a treas- youth of Israel.
and I' The Chanuka night f
will be open to the pub!. \______
be 1 t the first party
of the ad joui i mittee of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom on Friday, December 16,
at 1:30 p.m.. at her home. The
party will take the form of a
lessi rt lun nd will be fol-
i I by games. All those who
have sold $25 worth ol ads for the
l's .,nnual journal havi
bet n invited to attend, according
to Mrs, Alexander Robbins sister-
hood president.
IladV Belrigerating Co.. Inc.
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS
GOOD F00D$, THE RIGHT KIND,
AND SUNSHINE .GALORE
SUCH VITAMIN SOURCES,
HAVE PLENTY IN STORE.
pnt Manuka Party
Chanuka partv for all chil-
1 age will be
Jewish Com-
l'e presented by
noon recreational
feature Bryna
Samuels, Linda
Brown. Sandra
psch. Dorothy Leventhal. Har-
Jufland : Reva Glasgow.
P human Mi i
pc bv thi
children :
Ftrarr. S :
rr """ efreshmenta
L n the program.
TO ALL A MOST H AFP Y
CHANUKA
WHITMORE ELECTRIC CO.
06 LANGFORD BLDG.
PHONE 82-5744

admission and all
n are invited to attend.
s. Frankel Entertains
|P.A, Frankel, 6120 La Gorce
Miami B.ach. entertained
Wen ol the Temple Israel
Pteotheis Club at her home
inf^Til" honor of lhc Publica-
o. Ihe\ :re and the Light,"
W dealing with Joan or Arc
wgrandson, Edwin Fadiman.
sum of the book, which
ua ei.v< d crtical acclaim
Pihout the nation, was given.
E >unB author is also a
Una ;;'"n Fadiman.
pnjms out the literary pro-
rs ij f Newberger read
written bv her late hus-
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HAPPY CHANUKA
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172 N. E. 40th Street
PHONE 7-7502
BUT JUST TO MAKE SURE.
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Dav brand* Multiple Vita-
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the vitamins known to be
necessary in human nutri-
tion. When it is so easy and
inexpensive to take Onk-A-
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to be without them? To
assure minimum daily re-
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capsule each day.
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38 N.W. Seventh StreetPhone 2-1759
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221 Serenth Street
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Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
I
1732-36 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-6717
Specialty Bakers ol Quality Plee. Cake* and Sweet Rolb
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Education For Jewish Living
Bv RABBI SIMON APRIL
In an era uf atomic power and
energy there is also a mass return
on the part of men and women
in all walks of life to enhance
their knowledge of the world and
its discoveries. Such a return to
mass Jewish education has taken
place during the past two years
when the Stale of Israel be-
came the legally established
homeland of the Jewish people.
Thus in the big cities of our
country where the Jewish pop-
ulation is fairly dense, we find a
great increase in the number of
congregational, communal and all
day Jewish schools. Here, in
Greater Miami, we have Jewish
schools of every variety to care
for the spiritual needs of our
young. Yet. when it actually
comes down to facts, our chil-
dren are benefitting very little
in terms of Jewish spiritual liv-
ing. Judaism has become a mat-
ter of Bar Mitzvah preparation
which is usually climaxed by a
memorized speech, a short Maftir
and a big banquet. But the real
Judaism or Jewish living, which
should function in the life of the
individual is missing.
There are many reasons why
this condition exists. In the first
place, a two day a week Hebrew
school is. to my mind inadequate.
to care for the spiritual needs of
the Jewish child, whose school
day IS taken up with numerous
extra-curricular activities which
of'e: ,: greater incentive to the
average school child than the in-
adequate meffecient and unat-
tractive teaching techniques of
the average two-day congreg-
ational school.
A second reason whv our Bar
A Most Happy Holiday
To All
Dp. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
I Mitzvahs turn out to be a Jewish
fraud, is due to the lack of Jew-
ish consciousness on the part of
the parents, who fail to realize
that the Bar Mitzvah is nothing
but an end-result in itself. If the
Bar Mitzvah celebration would
but lead to a greater stimulation
of the desire to know and live
Jewishly, even its hasty prepara-
tion and its big "gastronomical
blowouts" could be condoned on
the ground that during the next
three or four years we could ex-
pect a serious study on the part
of our Bar Mitzvah to familiarize
himself with Judaism. Physically,
spiritually and psychologically,
the Bar Mitzvah boy is mature
and richly endowed with reli-
gious aptitudes that would enable
him to give vent to his emotional
and religious feelings. From all
educational studies this is the best
time in the adolescent's life to
bring forth his potentialities. But
how unfortunate our case be-
comes when at this flourishing
psychological age we lose the Bar
Mitzvah entirely from our midst,
because the parents have alreay
decided that their child has had
sufficient religious and Jewish
background, and some are even
plagued with the thought that the
continuation of their child's He-
brew training might lead to a
rabbinical vocation.
The one and onlv solution in
combatting the growing ignor-
ance of our Jewish youth is not
in building more schools, but
rather in building schools of more
adequate facilitieswith teaching
staffs that will overcome the
challenge of the public school
with its superior physical plants,
teaching and administrative
facilities. But, even this is insuf-
ficient if we do not build up in
the parents a keen desire and
need for Jewish religious contin-
uation studies of the Bar Mitzvah.
We have many and various
campaigns in our fair city. Let
the leaders and laymen of this
community have one campaign oi
concerted action to get every
Jewish child into our Hebrew
schools. Let us send literature to
every parent, to teach him the
importance of Jewish education,
and if necessary, visit with every
parent until our task is accom-
plished. This is the duty not only
of rabbis, of the bureaubut of
the layman as well. In some
states public school education is
compulsory to 16 years of age.
and in others, until 18 years.
Should it not be the duty of our
educational agencies to engage in
a similar campaignto provie
for the education of our young,
at least to the age of 15 years?
What we need today is a mass
education in the Jewish way of
living. With Eretz Yisroel as our
Jewish homeland, it behooves
every Jewish man, woman and
child to learn and to know and
to practice his Judaism. For as
long as he is identified as a Jew,
one must at least try to live and
act as an intelligent Jew.
the 132-ror.m Lord Tan ,
tel in April of 1947 :
The Jacobs F.miiv
been ,n ,he Miami *H
business since 1939 k L
^Jrr^acld
his associates. They imm f
announced plans f mt(l
revamping ,,i lhe 0 a, .
te ry, which was receS-l
dit.oned. Operation*"
tmue during alteratioi
Lease Re-Purchased
The Jacobs Family recently re-
purchased the 52,500000 10-year
lease which it had negotiated for
Mr. and Mrs.
SAUL GRIEF
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
PHONE 2-2412
Miami. Fla.
620 Pan-American Bank Bldg.
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
WALDEN
AND
WALLEX
SEPTIC TANKS
Installed and Repaired
DRAIN FIELDS RELAID
Free 1'ispcci.ci
3400 N. W. 38th Ave.
PHONE 88-2150
"GENE"
Groovers
Pharmacy
$
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALLGREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
MAIN U-DRIYE-IT
SERVICE
J. BARB ASH b SONS. Inc.
261 N. E. 1st St.
Phone 82-1811
Office Phone 2-2411
Residence Phone 4-3922
FOSTER
Electric Co.
CONTRACTING
ALTERATIONS
SERVICE
Paul Foster. Owner
2175 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 15th Street
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-1422
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
DULANEYSI
of MIAMI BEACH,
FOOD MARze|
411 W. 41slSt. Ph.;
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
The Best the Market AffJ
at Reasonable Prices I
NATHAN ALEXANDE
AND FAMILY OF TH
DIXIE CASH
139 N. W. 14th Street I
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
jrom JACK FISHMAN, Preside-
Bramlett Equipment & Supply C
INCORPORATED
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-061
Equipment end Supplies for Hotels, Restaurants and Clul
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SkaKtfi
MatioiMTv to.
1462 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-0894
TO ALL GREETING
WENDELL'S
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
535 N.W. 54th St
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK& LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N. E. 11th Street Phone
TO ALL MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
Specializing in Alloy Metals
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHOP PHONE 9-4141
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
R. B. THRALL
CO. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
FLORIDA
INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
338 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gables
Phone 48-3152
To AU Our Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
$
SEABOARD RAILWAY
II. L. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 2-5511
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Mknni"
Miami. Fla.
1369 N. Bay shore Drive
GREETINGS
CHALKER CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
343 S. W. N. River Drive
PHONE 82-7604
TS
600 N. W. 10th Street
EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Telephone 3-6332
WAKE UP EVERY
MORNING
J?^ "Wake Upand IH
%fc?^*2 7:30 10:00 A.M-
Hear Morning Personalist "Jock the Clock," "&<*'*
Weatherman." "Grapevine Gus" and
STAN BURNS ^s
"YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR'MUSIC AN ^


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L^BMBEB-l^We
Capitol Spotlight
^J^htnoridUar
PAGE TWENTY-SKVFNT
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
II !vr:TON Caribbean
|a-V;I inte.-est.ng this
V, .,,. itinerary includes
Lela and Cuba,
imerican businessman has
jdfrom Venezuela with an
Jm tale of anti-Semitism
i Vll privately to mem-
RcSg& in Washington
t excesses of
Tmw Veni zuelan military
' He mentioned, quite in-
follv. ,lu peculiar fate of
i.his storv. Venezuela ad-
a trick!. i>f Jewish refu-
fftom Germany in 1938. They
Led m farming and other oc-
Kons Recently, the military
Ja'oiship of President Carlos
frhaibaud shewed an interest
llhe Latin-American "Jewish
estimated 300 Jews were
Jed up and exiled to fever-
led swamps somewhere in the
vj Orinoco territory. White
jcanonlv briefly survive the
tand dysentery in this primi-
region.
shocked businessman re-
J to a Jewish Congressman
'Spanish Dictator Francisco
|ko is highly-regarded in oil-
Venezuela American oil
manies. the Catholic Church
I the U. S. State Department
respected by the military
ita which runs Venezuela. In
, the State Department sup-
Its the new regime. Liberal
mentJ in Venezuela are un-
ipv. according to neutral ob-
iter?.
State Department voices
Jong support of the doctrine of
(nan rights and religious free-
Maybe our Embassy in
acas would do a little check-
on human rights in Vene-
a. Perhaps they would find
I Jewish comn unity of Vtme-
Itla unpersecuted and happy.
} perhaps they would find 300
a. women and chi'dren dying
[the swamps.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Ifor Better Health Visit the
|Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulerard
PHONE 7-7898
1 ALL ... THE SEASON'S
BEST WISHES *
Afolite Neon
Sign Co.
MO S. W. 3rd Ave.
PHONE 2-5334
ivesay Window
Co., Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
MM S. W. 28th Lone
PHONE 4-2503
American visas issued by U, s
consular offices in Cuba
been carried to this country by
Jews with vehement objei I
A question on the \ ,,sk,
Race'.'" The word "Hel n .
written in the space pro\
although native-born Cuban J
had described thou
"white." This practice has boon
definitely established in a i
ber of recent cases
H. J. L'Heureux, chief of the
State Department's Visa d.\
has pointed out that the depart-
ment does not request visa ip-
plirants to specify religious
ference. He said such inquiry into
a person's religious background
is unauthorized by the depart-
ment.
Perhaps the U. S. Ambassador
in Havana will have a talk with
his visa clerks.
*E THE ELITE MEET"
.^entic ChlMM Dishes
|l0NCHEONS DINNERS
Bh ciub Building
15 N. E. 3rd Av.nu.
PHONE 2-2277
r^ Pu "P to Tals. Oui
%r3&&&MM
- Ardmi
Aramore ri n
expanded registration at Miami Beach Jewish Center religious schools is marked by installation
n a f enrolled in lne Jewish Center's religious schools. Fred Berkovitz. director education, is shown in
pnoto at left as bus leaves its first stop in front of center building. 1701 Washington Ave.
Curtain Will Fall On
Biscayne Meet Dec. 24
In just about one week the
curtain Will come down at the
Biscayne dog track, terminating :
the first part of its split meeting.
December 24's program will be'
the last at Biscayne until April
II rolls around at which time the.
sport will again take over and j
run through June 1. a matter of
46 days.
During the current meeting any
Dumber of promising pups have
been developed and when they'
again hit the track in April
there's sure to be some coming
stars among them.
No storv about the Biscayne |
track would be complete without
some reference to the world
champion. Beach Comber. This
fellow has Dassed the 80 mark in '
winning efforts and there's a
possibility he'll make the century
mark during the 1949-1950 sea-
son. He has won 43 races at Bis-
cayne where he made his debut in
[947. No other greyhound in the
annals of the sport holds such
an impressive record.
BEST WISHES TO ALL
R. J. Boardinan
of the
FLORIDA lilt IIM.I & I ICON IXC.
STEEL ERECTING
PHONE 86-1430
GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
SHERRY \H>IAMIli:
FINE FOODS. STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD
OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN ON NORMANDY ISLE
940 Everglades Concourse
Normandy Isle Miami Beach
WHEN SHOPPING ASK FOR
ANITRA FASHIONS
AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY CHANUKA
L. L. POWELL & SONS
Phone 5-3357
REALTORS
1659 Lenox Avenue
GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER LUKER CO. INC.
PIN BALL GAMES
SERVICE CALL 9-7961
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Citv Construction Corporation
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
150 N.W. 73rd Street Miami
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
L. V. POPEIX COMPANY
SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS FOR
ALFOL INSULATION
1710 S.W. 1st Street Phone 3-4272
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFING-FUMIGATING-MOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Biscayne Exterminating Serv ice, Inc.
3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-6401
3925 ponc^ut-^T0LERATE_ExTERMINATE
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
V. J. HOECIIERL COMPAW1
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS ^ ^
2047 North Miami Avenue
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
DADE GAS CORPORATION
BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES
5998 N. W. 7th Avenue
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
jack svsncg
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR
9513 Harding Avenue
PHONE 86-1466
Phone 7-9937
4J)
GREETINGS TO ALL
RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-3432
BAY SIDE
SHEET METAL WORKS
1085 N.W. 36th STREET MIAMI 37. FLA.
GREETINGS
SPECIALISTS IN MODERNIZATION
JOE HORXSTEIX
Incorporated
HAL HORNSTEIN
714 N. E. FIRST AVE.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 2-7596
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
61 N.E. 26th Street
Phone 2-5365
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
General Contractors
1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-3133
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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*Jewist florMian
""DAY, DECEMRrp
16.1
Rabbi Meseheloff
Launches Friday
l-.e<*ture N*ri*s
Kabbi Moses Moscheloff opens
:i new series of lectures this Fri-
day evening, December 16. at
Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami
Beach.
Tins series of lectures will pre-
sent the basic affirmation of
Judaism in light'of their current
interpretation and application,
Th : abbi's firsl subject will be
"Religion of War" in observance
ii the festival of Chanuka The
ideals <>t the Maccabees, chi
pions oi militant religious free-
I i. will be iii>.p.i' e I ith Bibi-
i:: :n,itions and contrasted
with in. sent society This lei I
; be delivered this Friday
night.
"Religion >! I. ive" will kx thi
-i ond lecture in this series It
be a studv of the Biblical
roach to w irld brotherhood,
thi mi ss ige il Ch. istmas and I
enl aspi ations "good will
ements."
"Religion ol Novelty" will b<
third led in I tl It
. analvze the striving foi
nge in human relations md
igai ies ol the modern ef-
Is '' chanj el tional 1
rship This sei ies ol Ii I
will continue each Fridaj nighl
the month of Api il
'I his marks the thirteenth set ii
Mti : : ctures presented bj
Mes.lieli.il al : .. Beth
Jai iiii ('ongregation. The n
ram is It d bj (lantoi I. mi:
!> Fi hi i Si vici begins each
i> al B 30 ii m. and i >n I
M 9 30 Thi | ul lii invited t.
id
*mm
Rnhh' Mesche
ISil'l Owners
Eleel IlivkiiMl
Samuel if Rivkind was recent-
ie-< lerti d president ol thi Mi-
ni Beach Hotel Owners Asso-
iation.
Operatoi ol the Raleigh Hotel.
ivkind came here six years ago.
was recently named to the
H.
hairmanship of the municipal
publicity advisory committee
which oversees the city's adver-
tising and publicity
Harry H. Cohen of the New
Vorker Hotel was elected first
vice president of the group; Mey-
er Friedman. Saxony, second vice
president; Abe Halperin. Tray-
more-Breakers, secretary; Martin
Moldorf. treasurer
flHimi'ii\ Circle
Branch Will Hold
Chanuka Festival
The Miami Beach B am h 692
in I its Women's Club will hold
their nm ul Chi nuk i Eesth il on
Saturday, Decembei -17, al .. p.m.
in th" Wi rkmen's Circle Ly eum,
25 Wa Aw. Miami
Beach
of the Yiddish si
will participate in a rendition ol
special Chanuka songs under thi
direction of Mrs. Rosemary Kap-
lan. Their teacher, Israel Elenz-
weig, will narrate Chanuka talcs
and Joseph Duntov, secretary of
the Workmen's Circle Southern
District, will speak on "Jewish
War.-- of Liberation From the
Time of the Hasmoneans over
2000 Years Ago Till the Has-
moneans of 1947."
Chanuka refreshments, includ-
ing the traditional latkes. will be '
served by the women's club.
There will be community singing.
The public is invited.
Beth Sholom Will
Present Chanuka
Pageant Friday
The evening service at Temple
Beth Sholom on Friday. Decem-
ber 16. will take the form of a
Chanuka pagaent, "The Story of
the Eternal Light," a poetic narra-
tive written bv Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
The rabbi will read the n
tion and the musical portions will
b" rendered bi Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, ass.-ted by Hy Fried at
the organ. Nancy R ithman,
daughter of Mr. and Mi living
Rothman of 4259 Nautilus Dr.,
Miami Bi ch, w ill be the v it e of
the child, whose provocative
questi ns inspire the p tic nar-
ration.
-The Story of the Eternal
Light" rel ti th sign I cance t
th'.> Nor Ton Eti n
Lighl in Jewish history.
s. nting the light i fail i
Kronish's narr itive has inti
the hi tiich faith and
learning have always hi
thi .1 p iple, the relation-
Mace bean struggle
against I he S\ ian Greeks n tl
Second Century B.C.E. for the
righl to study and practice Juda-
ism and tl rth oi m
Israel as another episode depi t-
ing Maccabean resistance to ty-
: annj Inti w i\ en in the nai. a-
ti in are somi of the Yiddish and
Mi i w folk songs an I
the intei esl ing s lelighl : Jew-
ish history. The religious -
choir will assist Cantor Kelemer
in the rendition of some of the
songs
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
BARNES CAST
STONE SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
In one area of Peru the hu-
midity is so high that matches
will not ignite unless kept in j
airtight boxes.
GREETINGS TO ALL
IMM 4.11111 I 1 S (IIVMIh
"FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE"
Phone 9-2393
1918 W. Flagler Street Miami 35. Florida
MSB
DALLAS PARK HOTEL BLDG.
225 S.E. 1st AVE.
PHONE 3-5761
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
FULLER mil mi COMPANY
Pacific Bldg. Phone 3-3014
W. H. WILEY. JR.. Dist. Mgr.
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
loiis \\11\ki i

FOR LOVELY FLOWERS,
t CORSAGES. CUT FLOWERS,
POTTED PLANTS AT
i 1 SENSIBLE PRICES
University Flower Shop
K 3396 S.W. 22nd St. 48-0101
S. M. LOWRY
H Open Until 9 P. M.
Ih Delivery Service
622 15th STREET
*
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Richie Plumbing Suuplv. Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla
THE LEVIN FAMILY
PHONE 89-5730
Willys
"J
MILTON ADDISON
Sales Manager
Northwest
Willys Overland Sales
2755 N. W. 36th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
C. C. PENCE
Owner
EGNER & MULCAHY
TAILORS
Itoom 234 Lorraine Arcad*
WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLID.iv
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY, INC
FROM FARM TO YOU
153 N. E. 62nd Street Dl.
"or.e 7.1667
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES)
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
- AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PR:
27 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 2-3194
1301 West Flagler Street Phone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4461
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
CHANUKA GREETINGS
WAlkllt CASKET COMPAXY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-36i
Hardeman-Wooten Agency, Inc.--Insurance
John V. Hardeman, Harry D. Wooten and John V. Hardeman. \
223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-45sl
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
'At the EntranceHuntington Building
168 S. E. First St MiamL Fla. Phone 2-763
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TYBUS T. TRIPP
808 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
4ji
Best Wishes To All
On Your Holidays
"If It's SteelWe Can Put It Up"
Florida Erecting Co*
3850 N. W. 36th St.
Phone
88-51411
MIAMI


DAY
DECEMBER 16, 1949
pie Israel Will
2 College Dance
Es sati sn-aa
K friends are .invited tc
l*sfkriciia>n
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
the annual holiday dance
felole Israel sponsored by its
zSSa on Saturday, December
KnHal Will be especial-.
for the traditional
K5 "d an eight-piece
I lav for the danc-
m n ,id viichelson, director
I ",; Foundation at the
n Miami, is assisting
for the event,
the University's
, |] P, honor guests.
K ,;,,,. hood committee
\ rinual function are
and
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
GARRY KIc.H
I
NORTON BENIS
N. w. 31-1 Avenue
"' to Hi' your Co-Parti
llluV. -------1-----------------------------------------------
I "I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
the Circuit Court i,.i.. county, ,,r thT cTreultCouVtVbade County.
;'^'VH'U,;!;';L david bosseb
ELIZABETH ROSNEB
IN THeTmrcTIt COURT OP Till
SAMUEL M ROSNEB
SAM I HI. 8LOTSICK
BLANCHE SI.' ITNK'K
PR ED K SHOCHET
ETHEL SHOCHET
MYEBS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys i.i! Applicants
hairman, and
I Colman A. Zwit-
I ; l. Henry E. Wolff.
T* Holtzberg. Bertha Levy.
C Simonhoff, Adolph Wit-

I1TH JImViV-IAI CIRCPIT IS AND ^"^ ^^^
.. KOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -'-- ___________
IN CHANCERY, No. 128607----------------------------------i-----------------
RMAN, HELEN BROWN KII'I.KY. Plnl tlfl ORDER OF PUBLICATION
' vs WILDER II, KII'I.KY. Defend- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DP
--
NAME LAW
I YEN >.....
. .,

^^UiV.'nandMissHaV-:?^- *"* I 2:30 p.m.
1 r .,, Hostesses will be members of the Ida
HENRY \| LISIKCKI
I
'> fl i Ill : .
: in in
,."' .'' nnt
Y'T. WILDER II RIPLEY, 1302
.... I*n \vi ;.-. 'algary, All., i la,
Canada..... hen by required to file
ai the ......vi dlvoree
' mi "H or bef..... I ii i-ember 23rd,
^^_^^^ I l nr a default will lie entered
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Cantor Berele Kelemer will
if, Acloipn Wei- sing Chanuka songs at the Jew-
bner. Louis Zeientz, Maurice I ish Home for the Aged on Sun-
r... \i ; ss. William Leh-; .___ _, 3 "
.......h Mice H. dy- December 18. at 2:30 p.m.
L; :
ladies auxiliaries to the home
and refreshments will be served
and gifts presented to residents
of the home. Leo Steinman and
Joseph W. Malek are in charge
of the program.
LEGAL NOTICE
%cbbs i 'liapter
UMeei Dee.SI
ffhe next regular meeting of
Lbbs Chapti B'nai B'rith
(oung Wcimh n, will be held
ednesday. December 21, at 8
Ci at the hi mie of Miss Char-
lite Sandier. :7.i8 S.W. 23rd St.
iDebbs membership is now open
id all girls between the ages of
I and 25 arc invited to attend
v meeting. Further information
U be obtained bv calling Miss T" Harold EDWARD gates,
film. Schwartz at 48-1264 or wmn'^''""',,ill'''' W'M
fti Marcia Simonoff at 82-0112. you are hereby notified to
A Chanuka program will be '"' >'*""' appearance .. answei in the
resented. Mi.-.- Doris Klein is in '.!'!! *,f ',''......."'"" Divorce n this
, ... __________i ... cause mi ..! i..-i.....lanuan 13th,
iarge of thi piogrim and will i960; otherwise said Bill of Complaint
[assisted bv Mrs. Simonoff. will be taken .i- confessed by vou
ins Schwartz. Doris Brown 1..,".':'>'K .,VN", l.',l:",l:l:l;l'
Ice Charlotte Sandier.
| in-:
ELEVENTH .H'DICIAL CIRCUIT
i IF FLORIDA, IN ASII PI IR DAI >E
COCSTY. IN CHANCERY. No
12X511.
WILLIAM C. NORTH, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY MIUINK KELL NORTH
f. ndant.
Ti i M w:Y I.i it* IKE KELL Ni IRTH,
It F l> No I, Box 239, Signal Mo u
tain, Ti nnessi i
Vi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause foi divorce, on or before
Deputy Clerk. I the 21st day of December, 1949, other-
ulse .. Decree Pro fonfesso m II be
entered igalnsl you.
DATED this 21st day ol November,
------------------------------ __________________ E. B. LEATHERMAN,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "''' k "f '''""'' ''.....'
name law (Circuit Court Seal)........
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that B> h GOULD,
the undersigned, des.....g to engage in ,.._ ....... i-n'> LlerK.
business under the fictitious nan,.- of 8A.MJ ',',! ,!'>,>' A'""""-v
Donna Lea Studio at ::il Lincoln *: .' >;> >"'i'i D'oldlng
Road, Suite 214-215, -Miami Beach, :vl!'"'"- Florida
igainsl ...i
i'.,'. \. !.. i- 21 st, 19in.
E, i: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court.
II 'In ull I'l.iiii Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Si iRM \N I: I.Yi INS
vi I ilympla Building
Miami, Florida
II 25 i: 2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COfRT UK THE
urn .itniciAi. ciRcriT in \\i'.
KOI! I.AHi: COCNTV, FI/IRIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. I2H9I3
MYRTEENA AUDREY UATES Plain-
tiff, vs H.Mti.l.li EDWABDGATES.
I ii'liNilanl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE i-i'i \TY JI'IMIE'S COCBT
IN AND l"iil: DADE COCNTY, .............. -.,--..., ......!
iRIDA IN PROBATE, No. Intend t,. register said name with the
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Hade
in i:. EST \ri: if County, Florida.
ANNA i- KEHOE LEO STEINMAN
I". ;,-..I O. J. HUMMEL
II 18-20 ]2 2-9-18
Florida
I!. I"
[During the Roman wars with
lannibal. Rmi in women were
irbidden to own more than one
.nice of gold.
J To a person landing on the \"" \\.'" ,*la'"
loon ihe earth would appear to '
pine, as Ihe moon shines to
fcrtn ;nnabitant.
I'll''nil I
JACK \
i In- i :ih day ..I li.... ml..-!.
K B LEATHERMAN,
i "lerk of the 'Iri'Uit Curt.
"ill I S.'.ili
Bj P .1 nol'l.D,
I ii'putj i 'li i k.
ABBOTT,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
JTHK ilia i Ml |;'|- i iK THE
I L.1A K.VTII .11 DICIAL CIRCUIT
I t.Nll l< u: HADE COCNTY,
|n/'l:il'\ in CHASCERY. So.
I .
: lit.. Plaintiff, vs. Attoln
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi.- ii'i.i-i signed, (I-slilnti m engagi In
h ne under Ihe fi.-i Itlous nan nl
ii... I.... i,., I-' ii i itui i'" .ii :; i ip.i -
I..,. k.i Blvd i M'.i IxK-ka, Fla intends
In regtHl ei -.i a ii., in. \i a h lit, '. i.
of the Circuit Court "( Dadf County.
Florida
Ml RRAY TAYLOR
ISAAl li i|-"I- K
fm AppHi in'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to t-nga^*- in
business under the fictitious name of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS LITTLE CEORGIA MARKET at 2339
IN nil'. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT s. w. :::'ml Avenue, Miami. Florida,
In ,A^" ''""" "Al"': COUNTY, intends!.....glster said name with the
FLORIDA. in probate, So. clerk f ihi- Circuit Court of imiI.-
, -;::" ,. ,. County. Florida.
In Re: KM All. nl' SAMUEL BooKoFF
SARAH SCHWARTZ SINITSKY, (Sole Owner)
also known as SARAH SCHWARTZ, WILLIAM I. BRENSER
Deceased. Attorney for Samuel Bookoll
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- n/fg 12/2-9-18-23
Ing Claims or Demands Against ----------.
Raid Estatl ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
You, and each of you..... herebj in' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
notified and required to preseni an> 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
claims and demands which you, or KOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
either nl you, ma) have against the in chancery. No. 12S43'..
.-'.' SARAH SCHWARTZ KRIST STANIC. Plaintiff, vs. YUBICA
ed^See Section 120 of the siNITSKY. .,!>,. known as SARAH STANIC, Defendant.
. \ H 1949
KATHRYN I- LE JEUNE,
A- Exei uti Ix of i hi 1..1-1 Will and
Tesl imenl of Alinn i Kehoe, I ''-
-.1.....
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
... foi Execut: i\
To All Cn-dltm and All Persons Hav-
ing Clnims oi Demands \galnsl Said
Estate:
You, and eai'h of you, are hereby
notified .ni'i required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, ma> have agalnsi the
"-ii'- of Anim '' Kel...... deceased,
.,- nf Cook County, Illinois, i'. the
li. \\ F Blanton, County .ludgi of
Bade County, and file the same in lii-
offii In the '"imi v i '"in Mm ii-.- In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
tir months from the date of 'he
first ; i it ion hereof, Said claims or
contain the legal address
. ilmanl mil '" be -"i n '"
,,n,l ;.,-..'. fj foresaid oi same
i loin Blsi iin Ituildlng
12 16-23-30 I 6-13
KATHLKEN I'oi.E. Defendant.
P KATHLEEN COLE,
H Dunatall
I" ORDER OF PUBLICATION
"' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fl'*'1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.'"I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
......answer to the H.oKIHA IN CHANCERY. No
.....I!|i !" Divorce in this uvu t
* fo'i 'he 9th day of HELLA LANDMAN. Plaintiff, vs
' otherwise said CHARLES LANDMAN, Defendant
'ini.ii :i ill be taken as i TO: CHARLES LANl'MAN
*-.! Ke ...
'.....! la .
I X! tDERBD at Miami.
Ill 'lav nf I I.-, .nil,, i.
I- II LEATHERMAN.
"I the Circuit Court,
proll court .-. .,ii
H M W, STOCKING,
fXA IRKOTT 1>pp,,,y Ctork'
T-' -iff.
-in. ..In R,
pimi l:,
Kt?R.DER of PUBLICATION
hipv,.!. R,',IT COURT OF THE
l(;"u',KNl'" ""DICIAL CIRCUIT
EgjJ I IN CHASCERY, No.
rj'.1'.1"'. '"I.MNS. Plaintiff, vs.
fci,--u',.'"-LINS Defendant.
Is,,, '' "" "-INS. C/0 O. K, Shell
I ...... "' 'l!.. Neville, Tin-
1 '" *RK HEREBY NoTIK
112.'. Lexington Avenui
N.-w York, Ne York
YOU ARE HBRhBY ordered rile
v our apiiearance oi answei l the Bill
of Complaint for .1 iv..i. filed again.-!
you b\ HELLA LANl'MAN -n nr
before the 13 >Li> Jaiiuarj 19..I".
othei wise the alii gallons of said bill
will be t.ik.n ..- confessed agalnsi
' DONE AND ORDERED U>is 13 'lav
of December. 1949 ......
R I! LEATHERMAN.
i '|, i, ol Ihi I'lri ill Court
DeplltJ Clerk
GEORGE .1 TALIASOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
IL' 16-23-30 1 '. _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ': U
Hi.- undersigned, deslrins engage in
. -. undei the fli litlo is name
Consti ui Hoi i 'enter at 1418 20th
St Miami Beach, Intend I
naid name Ith the Clerk of thi I 'li -
, nit i'.,mi ,,f Dade County, Florida.
R It IDLER
IRENE ADI.ER
12 2-9-16-23-30_________________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lltli JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA. -
IN CHANCERY, So. 128480.
VICTOR ADDON1ZIO, Plaintiff, vs
GRACE ADDONIZIO, Defendant.
TO: GRACE ADDONIZIO
107 Bay 5oth Strei I
Brooklyn, Se York
VOI" ARE REQUIRED to appear to
SCHWARTZ, deceased, late Dade YOU. YUBICA STANIC, are hi ebj
County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. required to file your appearance in
BLANTON, County Judge of I>ade rlie above divorce action on or before
County, ;iii ..Hi., in I hi Count.\ Courthouse In be entered against you.
Dade County, Florida, within eight Date.i November 17. 191!'
..ii.ii.i: months from the date .a the K. B. LEATHERMAN.
first ptihllcMtion hereol Said claims Clerk of tlie Circuit Court.
mi demands i.....ntain thi legal ad- (Circuit Court Senli
dress ..i the claimant nd to hi sworn By M. C. FEIGE,
in nn.I presented as aforesaid, m Deputy Clerk.
s...... will lie barred. S..- Section 120 BERNARD HI'TNKR
of the I1':;:1. Probate Act. Attorney for Plaintiff
Imi I.....ml,, i Mli. A.I' ll'l!' 14 Olvmpia 1:. i i I < I 11 _-
CHARLES SINITSKY. Miami, Florida
\s Adminlstiator of the Estate : 11 .'., 11.-2-9-16
SARAH SCHWARTZ SINITSKY-------------------------------------------------------------
alsi known ... SARAH SCHWARTZ, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
|H ceased NAME LAW
SATHANSON, OKA A- SPAKT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
Rj HAROLD I: SPAET the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Attorneys foi Administrator business under ihe fictitious name of
12 11-16 23-30 Blnkley Construction Co at 1737 S.W.
------------------------------------------------------------ llth Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
NOTICE TO APPEAR t.. register raid name with the Clerk
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT OP THE of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT Florida.
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Poll DADE JACK J. BINKLEY
COUNTY. -- IN CHANCERY, No. SAM SILVER
12843) Attorney for Applicant
\Y\Kl-:s SMALL LOAN ''" ISC, a Congress Bids.
Finn,In. cor.....mi..n. Plaintiff, vs. 11 25 l-' I-MM1
PAULINE GODSON, el al Defend- ------------------------------------------------------------
Bt, NOTICE TO APPEAR
,,,.. rmi of Complaint for Divorce p\n.I\'E GODSON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
filed in this cause, nn or before the w ]sUi <,,,.,., ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
19 !> ol !'......t, 1949; otherwise N Vi|.k N^v v< k )N- Ajjrj FOR dade COUNTY
Hi. allegations thereof will be taken you ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO FLORIDA. IN CHASCERY, Nn.
...ifrssed agalnsi yon
i: R LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Clr nil Court,
H*l lil "oui' Seal' .......
m i: ii rice, n:.
11. put* Clerk.
GEORGE -I TALIANOFP.
Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE TO APPEAR......
.1 i:r >F THE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT >
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL t'lR. I II
IN AND FOR DADE .' N '.
i.-1 i .I'll. \ IN CH \N< ERY. No
HEREBY NOTIFIED to ^8885
'nee in the above vi 1. n<: A RET I V RENE DAVIS Plain
1......"-e, on or before Mf|,f "va IUNIEL M-DoWELL
.", ,'' January, 1M0, other- i KavIH IR Defend
Pro i'nf..uu.. ,eiii lu. -\ .:____ '......ii'L'i i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I" Rl
'|S- AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PRtlBATE, No.
In'i.v ESTATE tK
LOUIS STEIGKR,
T Vll'c edit' .""l A'l Persons Hav-
ing cum,,.- Demands Against Said
ol you, are hereb,
VPPEAR I" the Bill'of Conipl.iint of 1L'S7".
Mot tsage Foreclosure filed against you JOSEPH LOZITO, Plaintiff, vs
in He above styled cause, on or lie-' ELEANOR LOZITO, Defendant,
fore December 19, 1949, which mort- You, ELEANOR LOZITO, hunny-
m.....ii,-.....bers the following de- side Avenue, Shrub Oak, New York
scribed personal property situate and o Sheeley, or Box 534, Shrub oak.
being In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: New York, are notified t" file your
l French Settee; l Oak Desk: appearance In the above cause for dl-
1 Green OS Settee; 2 Antique vorce on the 2nd day of January.
Hi'lilinvs 4 Red us Walnut A I' 1950, otherwise decree pro '>n-
CliTilis-' l Qnalitv Gas Stove; i fesso will in- entered against you
Cold Spot Refrigerator; l Por- Dated iiiis th day "f November,
celaln Top Whits Table; 1 Singer AD IMI. .........
Sewing Machine No. AF 218663; E. B. LEATHEBMAS, Clerk.
and^SoXtrCrea'm^uo,.0^ MILT, -N a KRlEi 'Man." 'aViV. "*
i \ntiuue Oak Desk; l Mahogany Reynold I'M".
Dresser; i Petty Point Gold Leaf i- 2-l-ll-H
M.;;;"ii,ue 3rZrA"Tti. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I
' Iniiles.sn 'will ll.
IuHjo""" "' ""
I ith day ,,r December,
B. EATHERMAN.
'lei k nf circuit Court.
-.Ill
11} M. C. FEIGE,
(JiiTi ,. v., Deputy cierk
>':%, .\1"' Attorney
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^o Jewish Floridlan so-
J* your legal notices.
We appreciate your
Nonage and quaran-
Jh accurate senrlce at
til rates. Phone 2-1141
* n^asengejr serrice.
TO: DANIEL McIMlM El
DAVIS. ID.
Denlson Stri '
.,1.' i tenison .-.'
Italiiiimre. Maryland
Yi.C are HEREBY N-'iil'1 '
file you. BPIe.i BiKi nr .ns. '
utsoTotSerwIs, said hill ; ;';
*'J":v ''^"..'- ;:r:1,;,:r'.,,i ; .
"'/lIneTn,'-''Ki'i'i-v;;
Kim i.la. II:- 12th da) ol "'
K P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol '
1949.
V .: ..1.14... tli.ll '.ll'ii' '*' ""-
'"':f;, "'.....ts!'y%.
,i of the
; ;,;! marx m faber
, i Attorney for Plaintiff
.- Si on 120 nl n2 rn(rreM Building
MARX M FABEB
Attorney for Applicants
C. FEIGE.
Deoutv Clerk Congress l.ldg.
II 23 12 2-1-16
(Circuit Court
. .ai
r.s M
PER IE,
k'1 ., \ 11 1949,
.:,k'stei.;i:r.
f the Estal
Miami, Florida
II 23 12 2-9-16
ORDSR TO APPEAR
IN THE CIBCUIT culler OF THE
I till .H'DICIAL CIRCUIT ol-
FLORIDA. IS AND KOR DADE
SJ'STY IN JACK A ABBOTT,
.ii1; Lincoln ltd
viiv for Plaintiff
|1 16-23-30 1 1
HepuH

il.
l>Ul
The W in' li
s,..i. Miami,
,.,. Apt* "'-";'" T'',',', Dated November k, 1949.
Fla., ""!, "',< ,,r B. B. LEATHERMAN.
''"""'y- "meSnib PRIMER.
Snle Owner
WE1NSTKIN. WEIS8TEIN
WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for aiM....." '
420 Lincoln Road
12/9-16-21-nO 1/6
:;'. }"Zia na..... with tbj OJ* a^S the Circuit Court
[he Circuit Court ol Dad. .. (Clrcu,t ctourt fleal). B
'''"'"', mans GRODNEB y Deputy Clerk.
ImiroTIIY S. GBODNBW RKRNARD HUTNER
H"R<
wiir J, iFFE
All"-..} fo. AjjRHeaiits
,, nl ayne Biag.
Miat Wa -
u 2S j:.-:-'--'" -
BERNARD
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympla Bulkling
Miami, Florida v v -
ii H It/W-H), .,*
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) __,
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MOIB .1. L. TENDRI'll
Attorney at Law
bo; Btacayne Building
Miami. Florida, ,
I12/2-9-W-* '
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Opera Tickets
Now On Sale
Tickets for the Miami Opera
Guild presentations of "Tosca"
nd the double bill of "Pagliacci"
and "Secret of Suzanne" are now
on sale at the guild ticket office
on the third floor of Burdine's
Miami store near the bridge and
at three other Greater Miami
locations, guild impresario Arturo
di Filippi announced this week.
"Tosca," featuring Metropoli-
tan Opera soprano Stella Roman,
George Chapliski, and a leading
tenor soon to be announced, will
be presented in the Miami High
School auditorium January 14. 16.
18 and 21, Dr. di Filippi reported.
The double bill will present
Metropolitan stars Kurt Baum.
Robert Weede. Hugh Thompson
and Mary Henderson in "Pag-
liacci" and Lillian Shelby in
"Secret of Suzanne." It is sched-
uled for March 18. 20. 22 and 25
in the school auditorium.
All performances will be
opulently mounted with scenery
designed by outstanding local
artists, di Filippi asserted, and
there will be a chorus of 60
voices, coached by the impresario
and by chorus master. Otto
Mrazek.
Tickets at $2.46. $3.08. $3.69.
$4.31 and $4.92. including all
taxes, are on sale also at the
Miami Beach Radio Co., Amidon"s
Music Store in Coral GaDles, and
Cordelia's Book Shop in Miami.
Dr. di Filippi pointed out that
regular Opera Guild subscrip-
ttlon.-v runuinn from $1000 to $10
a e available and may be ob-
:;.intd by phoning the guild of-
fice at 3-5967 or the ticket office
at 9-1332.
Dance Committee Meets
A meeting of the Temple Israel
.cllege dance committee was
held Monday. December 12, at
10 a.m. at the Tritun Hotel, ac-
ding in Mis. Isaac Levin.
tairman. Mrs. Bertha Levy was
tess tn the group.
NEWMAN'S
SIGNS
"WE MADE SIGNS
BEFORE
WE COULD TALK"
332 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-1603
GEORGE P. KARNEG1S
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
601 N. W. 7th Street
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
GREETINGS
UTHIITE
SANDWICH SHOP
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361
*

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Haitian Hotel
To Open Dee. 20
Tropical Haiti's newest hotel,
the Roosevelt, is nearing com-
pletion and is scheduled to open
December 20, one week after the
official inauguration of Haiti"s
international exposition.
The new Roosevelt is located on
Roosevelt Dr.. overlooking the
famed bav of La Gonave. the
harbor of Port-au-Prince. 200-
year-old capital of the Caribbean
republic. It is only a half-mile
from the exposition grounds, a
seven-minutes' drive from the
downtown district and about ten
minutes from the airport.
The new hotel has 50 double
rooms and baths, besides its
'Palm Club" cocktail room, casi-
no, spacious lobby and public
rooms. The building occupies a
site of seven and a half acres,
only 200 feet from the bay.
Haitian Architect Marcel St. i
Villard is creator of the hotel's
design, which is ultra-modern in
everv respect
More than $300,000 in building
materials and equipment for the
Hotel Roosevelt was purchased
in Miami and some 15 shipments
by chartered vessel were made to
Port-au-Prince.
A complete shipload of Miahi-
purchased hotel furnishings,
equipment, linen and silver left
Miami last week by chartered
steamer for the new hotel.
Value of the shipment is ap-
proximately $45,000. All the furn-
iture for the 50-room hotel was
made in Miami.
Owners and builders of the ho-
tel are the Solomon Kovler estate,
represented by Abe Berish of Mi-
ami Beach, and Alfred Gottes-
man, Miami Beach capitalist.
Originator of the project was the
late Solomon Kovler. Miami im-
porter of Haitian goods for many
Aljred Gottesman
years, who was stricken with a
heart attack shortly after plan-
ning the hotel.
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Mil. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
FRANK O. PRUITT, Ine.
INSURANCE-
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Ph0ne 2^
GREETINGS
LUMBER PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
"Try Us For Service"
Peninsular Service Co., Inc.
2145 North Miami Avenue
Phone 82-1571
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer oi
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candii
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-095
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
AL DETRIO
UNITED ART TILE CO.
Incorporated
CONTRACTORS
A Complete Line oi Clay, Ceramic and Decorative Tiles
4701 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 78-3261
Phone 9-9521
Tax Saver System
For Small Business
111 N. E. Second Avenue
1306 Congress Bldg.
Professional
Individuals
I lOltl I I \ s
BOOKKEEPING. ACCOUNTING. TAX SERVICE
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
Joseph Fiorella
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
LOCAL AND LONG DJSTANCE MOVING
American Van & Storage, Inc.
MOVINGPACKINGCRATINGSTORAGE
A. J. LERETTE
Phone 3-0625 2125 N. W. 1st Court MUmi. F<
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC. INC.
1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-l
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
I Kill ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
432 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach
Telephone 5-6579
-i
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
PROUD AND COMPANY
KELVINATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
and
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
450 N. E. 79th Street Vhonm 7^iQ9
-----<---- ____________
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Houser Company. Inc.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Ci
Mortgage Loans & Investments
Rouser Realty Co.. In*
Real Estate Property Management
First National Bank, Miami Phone 3
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
yj
"THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH"
PLASTERING BY
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE 89-6924


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Lygggg 16-1949
.Hebrew Language Reaches Maturity
^MmslJhridtor,
Continued from Page 18)
are gathered today to a
lL- Torah in miniature. A
Pi and scientific enterprise
fe pStinK an orchard. It
* irrigation. consta.it care
fij*"until it brings forth
*"? This first volume of the
"i Jdia is 1ike fthe flrst
S tree in the orchard
tfo onounce the benediction
liiiAV the fruit."
IhMteworthy that the ^eonc
U$e of encyclopedia
IS in the least diminished
Eher cultural work in Israel
K that a high degree of
L'v progress is going on as
Li'a vast number of important
C in every field of literature
, e'ence is being published.
U'does not permit a review
tSench literary output of last
etfullv. however, the over-
ture of Jewish culture in
Va is not so bright. Some
^ers see a very gloomy view
Ithe Jewish education of our
L, anci are alarmed at the
U of American Jewry.
Jwl Frisch, president of the
fc in his comprehensive "Pro-
t- For Action" finds no evi-
Ee at all that our Jewish
tjls and Jewish institutions
k anv telling impact upon
.prevailing ignorance of Jew-
life and thought. He goes so
as to state: that after a
dect covering two generations,
I are now faced with a situa-
i which, if permitted to con-
|ue. will result in our disap-
irance as a distinct group in
United States. Frisch is con-
ked that the majority of our
kng generation in America is
reft of knowledge of our Jew-
i tradition and culture and is
Jillv Hebrewless.
|There are. however, other ob-
bers who take a more op-
Bistic view. They see a marked
irgence of Hebrew culture in
nerican Jewry. But irrespective
fthe different opinions, all will
pre* that the turn of the in-
Vential ZOA to cultural activi-
I, will greatly benefit Jewish
llture. This is precisely what
tech advocates.
|& proposes that the ZOA in
altation with Jewish organ-
^aons concerned with the prob-
i of Jewish education in the
lited States, shall map out a
Ition-wide plan for carrying the
rew language and literature
m every household of the land.
|is his conviction that we ought
| set our sight so high as to
B Hebrew the second lan-
(e of the Jews in America.
Pus. we shall strengthen that-
ptural bond with Israel and the
oie of the Jewish culture and
pdition of today and all of
fe!erdays.
UHdw to accomplish this part of
GREETINGS
FvniTs .Sundries
HARRY AND LARRY
776 West Flgaler St.
the program is left to thn con-
certed efforts of educators
ififfearsn?f Jewry II mav s"ur"'
like a Utopian program B
generation saw dreams miracu-
lously come true. Herzl's dream
of a Jewish state has been
ized; Ahad Ha-Am- vision
cultural center became a real
in Israel; Ben Yehuda's in,
bition for the revival of Hebrew
has been wonderfully accom-
plished. We may. therefon
to see the vision of our pn
day dreamers, also realized Fo
Israel can generate in the Amer-
ican Jewish community gr< at cul-
turl potentialities which in
may flower into Jewish creativi-
ty reminiscent of the great his-
toric centers outside of Palestine
sr.ch as Babylonia. Spam, I: .
and Poland.
Gables llll Ladles
Hold Luncheon
A membership reception and
luncheon were given by the
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables on Tuesday. December 13,
at 12:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. 320 Palermo Ave.
Mrs. Beverly Becker, vice pres-
ident of the district, was the
guest speaker. A program of pro-
fessional entertainment was pro-
vided by Mel Haber of the Mir-
acle Theatre.
Membership chairman. Mrs
Irving Matlin. was assisted with
luncheon arrangements by
Mcsdames William Hechler. Sid-
ney Suss, Frank Wellins. Larry
Simkins. Floral arrangements
were made by Mrs. Louis Heines,
Mrs. Hy Bernstein and Mrs Al
Gold. Invitations and hostessi -
were under the supervision of
Mrs. Jack Toback and Mrs
Charles Toback.
, TOM BLAKE
[FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY
Agent for
LOUISVILLE TITLE
NSURANCE COMPANY
r" National Bank Building
100 Miracle Mil*
Longford Blag.. Miami
|CRAL GABLES, FLORIDA
I^OORltfG CO.
380N.E. Ut At..
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
Norman R. Lyons, local at-
torney, is newscaster and com-
mentator on Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Hour heard over station
WTTT on Monday. Wednesday
and Friday at 1 p.m. and on Sun-
day at 10 a.m. Lyons, who pre-
sents "Jewish News and Views
Around the World." is a student
of Jewish history and compiles
his reports from Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency releases, as well
as from current publications. An
added feature on Sunday's pro-
grams is Leibsch Goldberg, form-
er star of the Yiddish stage, who
gives accounts of his recent visit
in Israel.
Scott Motor A Salvage Company j
2320 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2702
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER
AND
MR. AND MRS. MAURICE SAMUELS OF
EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
1726 N. W. 36th Street Phone 2-6550
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
David Hess Fixture Company
Fluorescent Lighting
333 West Flagler Street Phone 2-7474
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Lev!
Plumbing Co.
2141 S. W. 3rd Street
Phone 9-1416
COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
3120 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1766
Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
CHANUKA GREETINGS
GUNN & GUNN
GENERAL BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
69 N. E. 36th Street
7-3 962
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
JOSEPH COHEN
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
y>
NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDENLAWNSFARMS
Phone 2-0541
BranchesHomestead, West Palm Beach. Belle Glade
Ft. Pierce
FLORIDA PROCESSING CO.
27TH STREET
H3ALEAH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL, INC.
State Distributors
OKAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2"1577
"MAY THE HOLIDAY SEASON BRING
PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
J. MILONE
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
MIAMI REACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
"mmiuamiL .
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
To Jewry Everywhere
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
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JEWS IN SPORTS
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As predicted in our spare re-
cently the Cleveland Indians has
changed ownership. Bill Veeck
has sold his interests to a Cleve-
land group. Originally the plans
called for Hank Greenberg :
Sti on as president. He will re-
main but not as prexy, instead
he lakes over as general manager.
In his new capacity Hank will
virtually be in charge of all ac-
tivities since the newcomers are
inexperienced in baseball ways.
Prexy Ray Ryan has already an-
nounced that Greenberg will have
plenty of authority to mak< deals
ind run the club as he sees fit.
Tin- incoming delegation was im-
pressed with the fact that the
Indians had no farm system un-
til Hank took over as Veeck"s
assistant two years ago. Hank
helped build the farm setup until
today the Cleveland nine has good
outlets for green talent that has
to be developed.
How Abe Saperstein will fare
in the new shakeup remains to be
seen. Abe came in to help Veeck
with Negro talent. Once he'
Started and produced the likes of
Doby. Easter. Minosa and Simp-
son, the Indians were quick to
appreciate his ability to locate the
players they desired. Greenberg
has taken a liking to Saperstein
and undoubtedly will want Abt
to stay on and help out with
their colored baseball arrange-
in. nt We feel that Abe. an old
friend of Veeck's. however, will
turn up wherever the former
Cl< veland owner settles. Veeck
isn't leaving baseball and is cer-
tain to be in the big league pic-
ture someplace Wherever he
setles look tni Saperstein to join
him.
3reenberg now has the position
he sough) with the Detroit Tigers
when he thought his playing days
were over At the time he sug-
.;< 'id tiie mow- | i nv, ner Br _.:.-
ihr auto magnate gave him .1 i
sh'.uldei and shortly tin n aftei
Hank left the Motor City and
joined the Pittsburgh Pirates
When Cleveland announced
th il Greenberg was to stay on as
general manager the bn> Bronxite
tu ned in the direction of Dettroit
and il iamed
lieb. Iii those days a fan iiad to
be >i' hardy st ick in Arcadia li il
Brooklyn '.< cheer for a visiting
team.
1 happened ifter the Knick-
Philadelphia Warrior g&me the
other day m Madison Squai'i
I den. A cousin of Eddie Gott-
lieb, Wan mi coach, waited to
greet him. Eddie had not seen
hi:- cousin in eight veats. In that
time she had bnriie a Son who
has become a redhot Knicker-
bocker fan. When Ed's cousin in
troduced her boy to the Philly
coj ch the kid merely nodded mo
refused to shake hands with his
famous cousin. He is such an
ardent Knick I'm that he refuses
to have anything to do with
enemy players or coaches even
if they are his cousin.
Eddie was amused bv the sit-
uation in view of the fart that
several vears ago when his cousin
was pregnant, bearing the young
Knick fan. she attended Phila-
delphia Spha games at Arcadia
Hall and rooted her lungs out for
th- Hebrews coached by Gott-
Norman Gink who was de-
clared ineligible at Loyola of L >
Angeles and wh 1 was ti'i OUl
by Minneapolis ol th, NBA hai
bei n loaned to the Philadelphia
Sphas in 01 ler to gain experi-
ence. This ex-Bionx le .- accord-
ed a good chance ol makii
grade it the ;,iu time basketball
loop next inter The Sphas an
not playing in the Americai Lea-
gue this season. Instead they are
going on the road and will tour
the nation's leading teams this
winter in competition against the
1 Harlem Globetrotters. Other boys
with the Sphas include player-
coach Mike Bio mi, Jackie S'"in
and Stanlev Brown, forme: Phil-
adelphia High School flash. Red
Klotz. a member ot the last good
Spha club during the war years,
is with the team as is Jone.
, Greenberg. former LaSalle star |

Sid Gordon has returned from ;
a hunting trip with other major
leaguers after bagging a deer in
the Maine wild woods. Gordon is
in big demand for speaking en-
gagements.
a *
City College continues to yet
rave notices In pie season basket-
ball roundups. Nat Holman will
be on the spot if his highly touted
sophvmores. don't come through
lor him. New Yoi k daily sport
pages have been rating the Beav-
ers the City's number one team,
Columbia walloped the team in a
recent scrimmage and the NYAC
gave Nat's boys a good tussle, too.
Despite these skirmishes the cog-
noscenti are listing the City sqifiid
as the best in New York, possible
in the entire East.
Iim'Iin Halting Co.
To Hold Parties
For I{iii|l Two huge holiday parties are
scheduled this vear as usual for
employees of the Fuchs Baking
Company. The first, which took
|il ice the evening ol Decembei
10 for th" colored employees, was
attended bv about 100. The
second, for white members of the
staff, will be held December 17
and an attendance of 300 is ex-
pected.
Complete turkey dinners ate
being served at both parties, and
bonus checks are being distrib-
uted to all employees. Each per-
son, according to the tradition of
many years, brings .1 small gift,
and after the dinner is over, all
gifts are opened.
Hadassah B & P Meeting
Greater Miami delegates to the
national Hadassah convention in
San Francisco reported on the
conclave at the meeting of the
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Hadassah at the Miami
Beach Y on Mondav evening, De-
cember 12. Participants were
Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs. Murray
Grossman, Mrs. M. Alpert and
Miss Lillian Goodman.
n.-ii HVHIi ll.il*
To Entertain
Pratt Patients
More than 100 patients at the
Pratt Veterans' Hospital will be
entertained at the annual Christ-
mas-Chanuka party sponsored by
th.- B'nai B'rith lodges and wom-
en's chapters "f Greater Miami on
Wednesday. December 21. it has
hern announced bv C. R. Jacob-
son, executive director of tin
B'nai B'rith Council.
Mrs, Sidney Boeninger, wom-
en's hospital representative, and
Leo Steinman, men's chairman
head the committee in charge ol
entertainment and refreshments.
Highlight of the affair will be
opening of "surprise" gift pack-
ages for all the patients.
B'nai B'rith sponsors weekly
parties for patients on a yeai
round basis.
IILih .1I1 I nil Will
Hold Festival
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center will
hold a benefit Chanuka festival
on Sunday, December 18, at 4:30
p.m. at Benny Babcock Park
Auditorium in Hialeah.
Mrs. Nathan Vandeland is
chairman of the affair with Na-
than Becker, co-chairman. Latkes
will be served and cards and
games will follow.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a program presented by the
Hebrew School children undei
the direction of Rev. Philip Fried.
The Sunday School children will
also participate in the festivities
planned by Mrs. Irene Becker.
There will be several bazaar
booths where gifts mav be pur-
chased.
Tickets mav be obtained at the
door or bv calling Mrs. S. Fox.
88-1220.
Participating in AZA-BBG Sabbath services held at th N J
Shore Jewish Center last month are members of the Ste'h I
Wise Chapter of AZA and the WINX Chapter of BBG P J
here are (1. to r.) Selma Lewis. B'nai B'rith youth director E?J
Goodman; Lou Leon, Stephen S. Wise president; Rev Phiii p
spiritual leader of the congregation; Phyllis Corb. WINx otl 1'
Dave Pollack; Leo Steinman. North Shore B'nai B rith Lod
Meyer To Speak ,
Hank Meyer, publicity director
of Miami Beach, will address the
members of Miami Beach Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. at their weekly
luncheon Tuesday. December 20.
at 12:15 p.m. at the Hamburger
Hearth. 1475 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach.
Speaking on the subject. "The
Power of the Printed Word."
Meyer will describe the plans for
promotion of the Miami Beach
story on a national level. Jack
Gold, luncheon chairman, will in-
troduce the speaker and Presi-
dent David R. Isen, will preside.
GREETINGS
FROM
MARTY RICHMAN
110 N.E. 2nd Av9.
2-9ll
Auxiliary Meets
The Ladies Auxiliary ol
Kneseth Israeld Congregation
held a regular meeting on Tues-
day, December 13. at 8 p.m. in the
social hall of the synagogue, ac-
cording to the president, Mrs.
Esther Eisenstein.
Refreshments were served. The
auxiliary's role in the dedication
celebration was discussed.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
SEE
IlilAI.IH PIANO IO.
FOR NEW PIANOS IVERS & POND
JANSSEN POOLE
SPINETS GRANDS CONSOLES
TuningSpecialists in Repairing, Rebuilding, Refinis'ai.-.g|
2264 Coral Way Phone 48-130
Nursery To Stay Open
The Miami Jewish Community
Center Nursery will not be closed
during the Christmas holidays but
will remain in session except foi
Monday. December 26 and Mon-
day. January 2. according t,i Mis
Mam ice Grossman, nursery sup-
ervisor.
WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
JOSEPH JORDAN
. REAL ESTATE BROKER
555 N.E. 125th Street
Phone 7-168
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA GRINDING CO.
Distributors for Kleen Kut
Meat Band Saw Machines
Knives to Butcher. Hotel.
Restaurant
Servicing of Meat Choppers and
Meat Band Saws
RENTINGSERVICING
201 S W. Fourth Ave.
PHONE 3-5231
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FRIDEN
CALCULATORS
2500 Biscayne Blvd.
Citntinuous Courteous Service
M. L. BAKER, Manager
Phone 9-6429
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
SNIDER-JONES, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF JELLIES
PHONE 4-5272
MIAMI. FLA.
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GREETINGS : TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
V
MORRIS HERMAN KALER PRODUCE WILDCAT SERVICE STATION
COMPANY CITIES SERVICE
2121 N. W. 13h Avenue LUBRICATION SPECIALIST
Phone 2-5197 5687 S. W. 8th Street ^^^ f1q
CONVALESCENTS SEMI -INVALIE
11 omm \\ rkst iio.mi:
WHERE PATIENTS ARE GUESTS
47 N.W. 32nd Place Miami. Florii
JACK RICE. Prop.
Phone 4-6306
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS"
Srat't'l & Jabahf
LINCOLN ROAD
To Jewry Everywhere
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
V
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida East Coast Kail way
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Wfc^YouThUi
link of...
?ARAGON
S4S W. FLAGLER ST.
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PAGE SIX *Jewist> Fhridi&r) %  I Herman Named To Masada Post Harold Herman of Miami was named Young Judaea chairman : the i'" cr.th annual convention of Masada held November 24-2? at Sunset Lodge. Sharon, '.lass. Delegate to the conclave instructed a special committee to negotiate with the Zionist Ornization of America for mt> tion of Masada into that body. Elected to the presidency of Masada was Gene Sucov of L mg Island, who will head the spi committee on negotiation. Serving with Sucov will be Gi Wolpc of Boston, first vice president; Harold Hurwitz of Wash; ngton, D. C: Sidney Ma Birmingham, Ala.: Carl Lampni Brooklyn; and Dr. Sam Krohn, Detroit, all second vice presidents. Chairmen of committees are Sidney Mazer of Birmingham. Membership chairman; Jack Silverman of Brooklyn, education chairman; David Lowenthal of Pittsburgh, fund-raising chairman: Israel Katz of Atlanta. Chalutzim chairman; and Hei rtosenkranz of Bayonne. Public lations. Members-at-large include Bea Supnick, Bro iklyn; Alex Ginserg I. mg Beach, Calil ; Frank Aldt rman, 1! ter: Bill J.; lando: Eric Grubinger. Allsi i .;..->. and Henry Silvern. : .' :.. Mi SS Thv. convention passed n tii ns that in< luded c ntii -upp I : the !>:>-•: %  %  : v iuth des :.:._: Israel epresented t Aliyah): pt P iidenl Ti u I -. ntinued upp t of tl I liti I Jewi i A] % %  the 1 ulture in thi Ami ltVa< h Juniors lloill Partv bring er" partj n Wi • vi n :._. D er 14. al the : Miss F Lev; %  Parl pa til Frar.cii I Anm tti Mi I .'. %  %  %  pon • part • i % %  -'•etting f th. nil ... T 15 al : t the .::••:. %  A cai ervan I Chanuk Le w is. u 11 on hail.-. :.. .-. :. ; tl • -: ^ T Meet Doe. n Bn ai B ,, th Wom • %  Gables will hold their J meeting Tuesday De J be held T ; 'uncJ at 12:30 p..,i ,, K „ F *H atre Restaurant, w K Dav 1 two-hour show. thaco l A full evening 0 f M ,J ment will foll-w the J?S sunr, sag YouTo P T h n i igggl A week-long dedication celebration will lake place at Kneseih Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, beginning Friday evening. Rabbi Issac H. Ever, spiritual leader of the congregation, will officiate at the exercises. Ilrili llaviil V I V To Fete Student* BI th David PTA will entertain Sunday and Hebrew school students at Chanuka parties. Latke Party Scheduled i The "pasteurization" process of I heating fermented liquors to prePioneer Women Club No. Two vent their deterioration was of Miami Beach announces that %  known in aimiwni Ureece. the annual Chanuka latke party j Britannica. given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe MintTRUCKINI BOND TRANSFER, | LOCAL & LONG DISTJ MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th ATJ zes in memory of Mrs. Mintzes' Parly for Sunday school pupils deceased mother is scheduled for tteduled for Sunday. DeSunday. December 18. at 7:30 p.m. cember 18. at 10 a.m. in the chil* ^JZg^iJ?" 3 L y ceum respective classrooms. Gifts 2a Washington Ave xchanged and refreshments served. Mrs. Lillian Becker j is chairman of the i v< nt. mm H. I • y will be D mber 20. at 10 i g nes an I %  nda and a will be served. A E I.'• rman of id Mrs Earni st Sussefres hments. Membership Tea Held The Deb rah Tubi i culosis si itj eld a Lisical membership t the S xon; Hotel, Miami B ti. Bernii Mayerson. violinist, and Mrs. Harold Winn, sol.list. entertained. Mi Han j Minei vas i \ ting her ili I B Li vy, \ Wi :H aub. Raymond Edil Kranz Pearce, Ira 3 Im X. Boeninger. rt S Shapiro, Rhoda M. lent, and Ed S Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackovsky, Director Demand SINAI $*! 42 J UNCOIN euo MIAMI BEACH, FLA 'PHONE 5-2978 / S. •!. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONIMOT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 V "jN 1 KOSHER and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 2-7570. 9-2652 FIRST RACE 8:00 P.M. 10 RACES NITELY • DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd • QUINIELAS EVERY RACE mm (EXCEPT 5'JNDA^ 1 No Minors Ac/milled AS LOW AS 4% M 0.-|FX.$ 9E LO/ANS 9-3435 jQ ^TWS *, 0 e ;\M V V Safety Harbor. Florida J?"v ^^ BetMtn Taiaca *nd Si. 9*\vX*r% ,a'l\ g^T THE CARLSBAD OF FLORIC* ^O • 20-Ac re Paradise on beautiful old Tampa Bay • A Luxurious Hotel • G minera i Fishing owimmin ufflrboard water pool • Archery • Oilier Recreational Facililic ile.'.m & Cabinet Baths Mineral Baths Massages • Physiotherapy Trealmrnls • Compatible Dirts America't OlJeil Spa — Lc?crt a/.it liea Ti Ctntar thai is bu: '. arourvi > s Vt l'* world farr.c.:a *atera or Banto bbrini Salem H BaranorY, Director Inn Leonard A. Levine n 19th end Alton Rocd Miami Beach Ambulance Service %  -:• II Miami Beach and Miami's Finest Jewish Funeral Home In Philadelphia. 1512 N. Broad St.



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lewfalh FloridliJoun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY EME22-NUMBER 50 ^^£LORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS ice President Barkley To Headline Federation Meet Sunday Vic President Alben Barkley, Sen Claude Pepper, Rabbi Bernstein, former Jewish adviser to the American Military •nm'ent in Germany and Frank Weil, president of the lonal Jewish Welfare Board will be headliners at the all-day ietence of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the .,• i' iimiiv Club, 2601 i119th St.. on Sunday. Dec,f 'er a p.cture of the needs of J\i. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; the various ageneies. which will scheduled Jo speak at the comprise the 1950 Combined Jcwish Appeal. Theme of the morning session which will get underway promptly at 10 will be "What Makes Our mi Beach Mayor Harold Turk Jewish Community Tick?" LeonWalter E. Headley. Jr., chief i ard Abess, chairman of the condice of Miami. i ference committee will give the rpose of the all-day meet, j opening remarks. "A City Withjfding to William D. Singer, I out Agencies" will be performed (ration president, is to preI by the drama group of the Miami to the Jewish people of the j Beach YMHA. Highlight of the liunitv ii report on the 1949 morning session will be a panel bined Jewish Appeal and to' (Continued on Page 10) I Dr. Gordon W. Ljov. chairman of the Departof Human Relations at the Ujsity of Miami; Malcolm University of Miami editor; Israel Begins Transfer of Capital From Tel Aviv To Jerusalem leseth Israel To Open Week-Long edication Celebration Friday Eve he-eth Israel Congregation open its week-long dedicai celebration on Friday evea; 5 o'clock, when world US Cantor Leib Lango will t the services. The eminent i j will also officiate I s on Saturday morning. il Harold Turk. Greater fcni rabbis and civic leaders participate in dedication Sunday. December 25. at 8 p.m. The spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi Ever, president of the Greater Miami Mizrachi organization, will officiate at all dedicatory exercises. Committee in charge of the affair includes Abraham Filestone, chairman. S. Clavman. • :i Sunday afternoon I Wolf Sirot, Henry Spero, Nathan motloek. At that time Cantoi Bge will also render selections. %  its will be served and Bissien'is fn (nesdav. December 20, will be Bis Night al Mi' congregation. pto: Jacob Tamber of Ross*.. \. V. will chant the Kiv services and will offer a Itert after the services. Mrs. pisGlasser, national vice presiof the American Jewish foress Women's Division, will Jfliest speaker On this occai officers of the Kneseth IsSugai. I. Eisenstein. A. Selcvan. S. I. Sherman. Jacob Miller. Solomon Steiner. Greetings by the President of the United States, governor, senators and congressmen will be read at the dedication celebration. Sunday afternoon. U.N. Assembly Votes For International Regime FLUSHING MEADOWS — (WNS)—A powerful bloc of Communist, Catholic and Arab votes prevailed against pleas for moderation by Isreal, the United States and Great Britain as the United Nations General Assembly voted to impose an international regime over Jerusalem. The fateful decision was mde after an impassioned address by Moshe Sharell, Israeli Foreign Minister, who warned the Asembly that Israel will was unalterably opposed to an innaticnal regime and that it would not cooperate with the Security Council's implementation efforts. With the Security Council under instructions to prepare a permanent regime over Jerusalem regardless of any action Israel and Transjor dan may take, even the proponents of internationalization were baffled by the possible repercussions of the Assembly's action Even while the debate was on, Transjordan cautioned the U.N. it would oppose "the execution" of any and all attempts to internationalize the city. TEL AVIV -Israel is speeding up the transfer of government offices from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the Knesset is called to convene within 10 days in the Holy City the United Nations voted to internationalize. "For the State of Israel there always has been and always influenced by the war and the Arab siege of Jerusalem. Both Israel and Hashemite Jordan, the occupying powers, say they will not give up their secwill be only one capital. Jerusalem the Eternal," Premier David Ben-Gurion told the Parliament Tuesday night. "So it was 3.000 years ago and so it will be. we believe, to the end of time." Ben-Gurion rejected the UN decision at the start of his speech before Parliament. He said the decision was "utterly incapable of implementation—if only for the determined, unalterable opposition of the inhabitants of Jerusalem themselves." "It is to be hoped that the General Assembly will, in the course of time, correct this mistake which its majority has made and will make no attempt whatsot ver to impose a regime on the Holy City against the will of its people." he said. The premier declared 1 will continue to respect in full all existing rights in the holy places, consents to effective UN supervision of those holy places and respects the wishes of all states concerned for freedom of worship and free access to all religious sites. He said the establishment of the seat of the government at Tel Aviv was a temporary measun tions of the city. The United Nations has no power of enforcement other than the pressure of public opinion. Myers Renamed CJFWF President More than 500 delegates to the 18th annual qeneral asLadies Auxiliary'wiiTbe fnsembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare ' : Mrs. Frances Ullian, fiPal secretary. Board members Pj e the Mesdames Esther P 1 Roa Bandes, Sophie Wun' 1 G:,t 'nberg, Ida HurFMollie Wittner. Ann FerdinMinnie Mendelson, Fannie ??na. Esther Greene, Esther Lena Wolk, Pearl Gratz. Esther and Marie Balaban. Isaac H. Ever will serve installing officer. Nnesday, December 21. has 'aesign; ll .. d Synagogue Night P'ewients „ f all S y na g 0 g ues VL;J ed have een invited to P<' ni the program. A em ,-uest speaker and *• c ntor will be on the prostudents gues of the l&!!! Sr ? el Tal 'ud Torah and ; •• Talmud Torah !'i a Chanuka tram f '" a >-nanuKa >i Louis. Feder will Actions. c*o; cantor will ofL" vices Friday evening "id o" V m< "' nir| K. December Parade and an orKthe w gW 4? ht the dedica l'''', S f or T rah presented 'even s Sol rn !" Steiner. I be a I of the celebration hall .t 1 sup P r at the 11 of th„ synagogue on Israel, overseas and at home and to insure a closer working partnership between the communities and national agencies. The assembly's actions followed intensive discussion of recommendations presented by three major national CJFWF committees. Reporting to the delegates were: Julian Freeman, Indianapolis, chairman of the committee on stable and unified fund raising; Herbert R. Abeles, head of the national-local relationships committee; and Bernard P. KopI kind, chairman of the committee on multiple appeals. Other major speakers at the three-day assembly were President Myers. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion: and Harold Glasser, director of the CJFWF institute en overseas studies. In aaditon to Myers, thi delegates elected officers for the coming vear. They were: vice presidents, Herbert R. Abeles. Newark; Julian Freeman, Ind polis; Norman S. Goetz, New York: William Rosenwald. New York; and Robert J. Koshland, San Francisco. Milton Kahn, Boston, was reelected secretary, and Sylvan Gotshal was again named j treasurer. In basic resolutions the delegates reaffirmed the "right and responsibility" of each community to make the "final determination of its campaign goal and oi its budget allocations to beneficiary agencies supported D\ welfare fund drives. At the same time, the resolution placed upon each community "the responsibility for giving fullest consideration to requests for funds by the United Jewish Appeal and other agencies." Acting upon another recommendation, the delegates passed a resolution urging the formation of liaison committees, wherever needed along the lines of the recently organized joint liaison committee of the CJFWF and the UJA. The liaison committee considers matters of mutual interest to the UJA and communities, and aims to strengthen cooperative relationships and avoid needless misunderstandings. If the UJA is unable to resolve any problem with an individual city, it will bring the matter to the liaison committee. Another resolution passed by the assembly urged the establishment in Israel of a central philanthropic fund and budget for all Israel welfare purposes. The committee reported that a proposed National Jewish Welfare Fund, which would both raise and distribute funds, was neither "feasible nor practicable" at the present time. In an important resolution the delegates expressed their conviction that responsibility for the establishment of programs in any given community should rest primarily with the individual community or area itself. "Local branches or area offices of national community relations (Continued on Page 4) n elected to the presidency of the Council of Jewish rJ !„'! a nd Welfare Funds, Stanley C. Myers, Miami, (second f,S'f. is congratulated by Bernard P. Kopkind. New Haven from lelt) S ,"7 JFWF mu ltiple appeals committee, at the recent ,^ r ?fner 1 Assembly held it Cincinnati. Looking on are: Julian 18th G f" e "' A e m ,i Y cha irman of the CJFWF stable and unified Freeman. Indianapois^c Herbert H. Abeles, Newark, chaiman ,n o 9 f th? CJFWF'national-local relationship, committee (right). UN Trusteeship Unit Discusses Jerusalem Issue LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)-The United Nations Trusteeship Council met here Tuesday to consider a procedure for translating into reality the U.N. General Assembly's decision to internationalize Jerusalem under the administration of the Council, it was reported here. However, the real work of the Council is expected to be completed at its next regitlar meeting, schedu : ed to open either in Genva or in New York early next January. The Assembly decision was adopted last week bv a vote of 3^-14. with seven abstentions. The United States and Britain joined Israel in opposing the resolution, while the Soviet bloc, the Arab bloc and a majority of the Latin American nations voted for it. No volunteers to serve on a trusteeship mission to Jerusalem to implement the Assembly resolution were to be found at Flushing Meadow or here this week. Some of the delegates were of the opinion that Dr. Herbert V. Evatt. Australian Minister for External Affairs and head of the Australian delegation to the U.N., would be a logical candidate for U.N. Commissioner to Jerusalem since his delegation sponsored the internationalization resolution. The composition of the Trusteeship Council which will begin to wrestle with the Jerusalem problem this week will include an overwhelming majority of the member nations which voted for the resolution. Of the twelve members of the Council, eight— Argentina. Australia, Belgium, China. France. Iraq, the Philippines and the U.S.S.R.—voted for the measure and will be faced with putting it into effect. The United States and Britain will represent the opoonents of he resolution, while the other two Council members—the Dominican Republic and New Zealand abstained. A spokesman for the American delegation stated that it had not yet adopted a definite policy on the future of Jerusalem. In the light of the Soviet amendment to the original Jerusalem proposal, that the statute be democratized further, the delegates may need further time for discussing the Jerusalem issue. It is hoped here thai the U.S. will tleve! ip a full debate on this point in the Council. It is authoritatively estimated that the Council can complete the drafting of the Jerusalem statute i< ithin two weeks, but no one expects this to happen because of the intra-Council debate which is anticipated between the AngloAmerican delegates and the representatives of the nations which voted for the resolution. Before the U.N. Assembly adjourned this week, it adopted a budget of S8.000.000 for the internationalization of Jerusalem. •-^ K



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mm Lygggg 16 1 949 .Hebrew Language Reaches Maturity ^MmslJhridtor, Continued from Page 18) are gathered today to a LLTorah in miniature. A Pi and scientific enterprise fe pStinK an orchard. It irrigation. consta.it care fij£* "until it brings forth *"? This first volume of the "i Jdia is 1ike fthe flrst S tree in the orchard tfo onounce the benediction liiiAV the fruit." IhMteworthy that the ^eonc U$e of *• encyclopedia IS in the least diminished Eher cultural work in Israel K that a high degree of L'v progress is going on as Li' a vast number of important C in every field of literature e'ence is being published. %  U'does not permit a review tSench literary output of last %  etfullv. however, the overture of Jewish culture in Va is not so bright. Some ^•ers see a very gloomy view Ithe Jewish education of our L, an ci are alarmed at the U of American Jewry. Jwl Frisch, president of the fc in his comprehensive "ProtFor Action" finds no eviEe at all that our Jewish tjls and Jewish institutions k anv telling impact upon .prevailing ignorance of Jewlife and thought. He goes so as to state: that after a dect covering two generations, I are now faced with a situai which, if permitted to con|ue. will result in our disapirance as a distinct group in • United States. Frisch is conked that the majority of our kng generation in America is reft of knowledge of our Jewi tradition and culture and is Jillv Hebrewless. |There are. however, other obbers who take a more opBistic view. They see a marked irgence of Hebrew culture in nerican Jewry. But irrespective fthe different opinions, all will pre* that the turn of the inVential ZOA to cultural activiI, will greatly benefit Jewish llture. This is precisely what tech advocates. |& proposes that the ZOA in altation with Jewish organ^aons concerned with the probi of Jewish education in the lited States, shall map out a Ition-wide plan for carrying the rew language and literature m every household of the land. |is his conviction that we ought | set our sight so high as to B Hebrew the second lan(e of the Jews in America. Pus. we shall strengthen thatptural bond with Israel and the •oie of the Jewish culture and pdition of today and all of fe!erdays. UHDW to accomplish this part of GREETINGS FvniTs .Sundries HARRY AND LARRY 776 West Flgaler St. the program is left to thn concerted efforts of educators ififf e a rs n? f Jewry II mav s ur "' like a Utopian program B generation saw dreams miraculously come true. Herzl's dream of a Jewish state has been ized; Ahad Ha-Amvision cultural center became a real in Israel; Ben Yehuda's in, bition for the revival of Hebrew has been wonderfully accomplished. We may. therefon to see the vision of our pn day dreamers, also realized Fo Israel can generate in the American Jewish community gr< at culturl potentialities which in may flower into Jewish creativity reminiscent of the great historic centers outside of Palestine sr.ch as Babylonia. Spam, I: and Poland. Gables llll Ladles Hold Luncheon A membership reception and luncheon were given by the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables on Tuesday. December 13, at 12:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320 Palermo Ave. Mrs. Beverly Becker, vice president of the district, was the guest speaker. A program of professional entertainment was provided by Mel Haber of the Miracle Theatre. Membership chairman. Mrs Irving Matlin. was assisted with luncheon arrangements by Mcsdames William Hechler. Sidney Suss, Frank Wellins. Larry Simkins. Floral arrangements were made by Mrs. Louis Heines, Mrs. Hy Bernstein and Mrs Al Gold. Invitations and hostessi were under the supervision of Mrs. Jack Toback and Mrs Charles Toback. TOM BLAKE [FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY Agent for LOUISVILLE TITLE NSURANCE COMPANY r" National Bank Building 100 Miracle Mil* Longford Blag.. Miami | C RAL GABLES, FLORIDA I^OORltfG CO. 380 N.E. Ut AT.. PAGE THIRTY-ONE HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 Norman R. Lyons, local attorney, is newscaster and commentator on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour heard over station WTTT on Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and on Sunday at 10 a.m. Lyons, who presents "Jewish News and Views Around the World." is a student of Jewish history and compiles his reports from Jewish Telegraphic Agency releases, as well as from current publications. An added feature on Sunday's programs is Leibsch Goldberg, former star of the Yiddish stage, who gives accounts of his recent visit in Israel. Scott Motor A Salvage Company j 2320 N. 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I I PAGE EIGHTEEN fJewisti flcridUairi IRIDAJ^DECEMBER i 6 '.' !• %  %  I. The Hebrew Language Reaches Maturity (In Commemoration of Jewish Book Month) Bv DR. M. A. LIPKIND The revival of Hebrew as a modern language received tremendous impetus from the growth and establishment of the State of Israel. In a comparatively brief span of time Hebrew passed its growing pains and reached a state of maturity. The fathers of both, political Zionism and Hebrew renaissance appeared on the Jewish scene at about the same time. Herzl sounded his clarion call for a Jewish state in 1897 and a little before him, Eliezer Ben Yehuda initiated a movement for the revival of Hebrew. Both historical movements are inter-dependent. For, the aims of the national movement could not be confined solely to political and economicaspects of the desired state: it had to include a cultural rebirth which was necessarily based on Hebrew. Ben Yehuda settled in Jerusalem in 1881 and with a small group of scholars and devoted teachers strove to adapt the old language to the daily requirements of modern life. They Iv.id to create the terminology needed for modern subjects: they had to write new textbooks: they had to fight the influence of homes m which Hebrew was not spoken But. Ben Yehuda's untiring efforts and the zealous work of the early Hebrew teachers overcame all difficulties and transformed the Bible Hebrew into a living language. At the samr time, in the diaspora, Ahad Ha-Am emerged as the great exponent of the idea of Palestine as a cultural center. a center of wisdom, of Hebrew language and literature ,>f physical labor and purity of soul, a center which would represent the Jewish people in miniature, so that anyone who seeks a model of Jewish cultural life may find it there. Ahad Ha-Am's ideas became early a part of the Zionist ideology, and to this dav his influence is strong among the leaders GREETINGS SALVATORE FALCONE & SONS Distributors of ITALIAN FOOD PRODUCTS Importers of Food Products 5609 N. W. Seventh Ave. Miami 38. Florida Phone 7-3317 V SAVOI HOTEL "Open Year Around" 252 N.W. Second Street GREETINGS It. I Fleeman Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. of Israel One .


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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jmistiflt>ridto>r7 !" ^DgEMBER l 6 BB Youth Plan 3-Day Conclave B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations in South Florida will again convene for their annual threeday winter tournament on December 27, 28 and 29. it has been announced by Edward Tescher, president of the B'nai B'rith Youth Council here. A comprehensive program of social, cultural and athletic events has been planned with participation by AZA chapters and BBG units from cities as far north as West Palm Beach. A registration dance will launch the tournament on Tuesday evening, December 27. at Temple Beth Sholom. at which time all tournament delegates will register The entire day of December 2;! will be devoted to football. basketball volleyball, piny pong and other competitive sports. The day will close with oratory and debate contests and the finals in all sports events and cultur.il competitions will be held Thursday afternoon, followed by a banquet which will close the tournament. Individual ; awards will he made to Cont< Si winners at the banquet. The tournament c include Carol Jaffe B Adrianne Lipkin. Howar IK nberg, George Schwartz anil Ed lescher. Miss Selma L wis will act as i dvisoi. Kcach AJr %  nit Plans Brunch Center Parents To Hear Schwartzman I. %  : Si %  %  •• irl n, xi : Bureau of J ; n of G • .will ncludii ;i n tn< Miami Jewish I i munity I' • i da>. D r 20, at 8 • nil 450 S W 16th Ave. Hi will sp. a'.: on "The Jewish Child in a X m-Jewish Worl I." lecture, originally schedDecember ti. had to lie .' >ned hi cause of an unexpected out-of-town trip. All parents and adults are invited to attend the lecture free of charge, and discussion from the lloor will follow. *3M> rat Y*T ira. |(W iirttt Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Making plans for the membership Chanuka Brunch to be given by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress are (front row. 1. to r.) Mrs. Matthew Silverstein. Mrs. William Loeb and Mrs. Ralph Spero; (back row. 1. to r.) Mrs. Harry Korelzky and Mrs. Alfred Lesser. Plans ai i b< ng ated for the annual n i mbi rship Chanuka brunch to be given by the Miami Beach Chapl I I '•• n Jewish. Congress at thi Temple Beth Sholom banq I ill an D I n announci nl An WilL Mrs. Harry Koretz •A ill hav w Sil\ I Less Si the b The bi un late I. •in-' Wati i W se. il the American Jew ?h C ingress In memory ol Mrs, Wise. C Samuel Kelemer will chant the memorial prayi Stella Gray and Gertrude Berlin will participate in a Chanuka sketch and Pierre Mande will offer violin solos. STILL THE BEST BUY! BLUE RIBBON iUutd spoiled DRY CLEANING 1 PC. PLAIN DRESSES 79c MEN'S SUITS 89c TROUSERS 45c GUARANTEED QUALITY AT A SAVING DAMP WASH C c •1 FIRST 10 LB. — 59c We can do ALL your Laundry & Drv Clttmhi* FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE SSJJ 1403N.W.7lhcJ k r^ To *c AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 .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 5*V. S .T. !" ??. % %  The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH DOOM I WANT MY MILK And FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek liillhiJlllu.illlliiiillliillliilliiiii^liillinlllliiiiiiiliilllliniillUliMll LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION J Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZIOS" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeepers: LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St., Miami have on hand a complete line oi Kosher Zion Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone 82-2731 iillkuillliM mill imri iiinf Jin mum.i IIIIII Hi %  |M"i|| HI) IlinlH m Listen to the Best Jewish Prosrams On the Air Yiddish Classical Hour WINZ—940 % 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY ^SLWOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN JpteTERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGES1 EXTERMINATING CO. EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P.M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. M. NASATIR Director SCHACHTER'S Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M. MON. • WED. FRL 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. /> JACOB SCHACHTER Director



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% %  tSa^s^i Lrggow-ifc 1949 J**M>rhr*&vi On "Israel Faces The Future" To iaht Beach Zionist Meeting Highlight ce s the Future" will '"subied -Israel Face {orum g| the Ik the sub" ^ Miami Beach e** 1 '" g Disti-ic-t Tuesday, Decem|Jioni5' "' 5 "'{= o" m in" the bank*llI of Triple Beth Sholom. V* \A Gl.^er. local architect I Uon ,k „n'"Construction and feSftfin Israel's Building Lthitertu" Goodman C hairEfwonfet Council of South I*" 1 '.. ...ill discuss "Internationk^'ij-a ^i. Israel." Al,piro To Speak MYoung IflMMl lu a -nld Shapiro, Jewish Nate i Fund leader, will be guest leaker at the second in a series %  Shabbat forums on Fr p.m. at L/C*. *-""*'~ „ Young Israel Synagogue of Beach. Chase Ave. and Harold F )neg Shabbat forums on I rife, December 16. a Ithe Kami %  A St. The congregation will hold |eral meeting on Wednesdi ICmber 21. at 8:30 p.m. at Ue Wednesday, ijecemberTi at 8:30 ImaWgue. A Chanuka party will Ifallow the meeting. All members hi other Young Israel branches liho are in the area are invited lb attend. The committee in charge of the Urst annual installation banquet linnounces that invitations for the laffai are now available. The banLet is scheduled for Sunday. IJanuary 15. I^ 0 an d reservations Lav be made by calling Sol Lobel lit 5-7873. Beth El Ladies I Plan Party Busy making plans for a New lYear'sEve party are the members Iof the Sisterhood of CongregaIton Beth Ei. Mrs. Alfred Perl and Mrs. lEmanuel Kornstein are chairman [of the affair which will be held Iat the Dora August Memorial Ha!:. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. fred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, will act as moderator. Melvin Richardson, program chairman, reveals that the Hon. Elihu D. Stone, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America and member of the actions committee of the World Zionist Organizati >n. will also particip ite in the forum. Stone, who is the honorary president of the New England Zionist Region, having served as its president for thirteen and a member of the council of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. has been active in public affairs. He was a member of the M chusetts legislature and was for twelve years assistant United States attorney for the district of Massachusetts. He has traveled through a large part of the United States, Israel and Europe, having attended several world congresses as a delegate from the United States. Stone is on the national board of directors of the Jewish National Fund, chairman of the United Palestine Appeal for New England, national chairman of the American Palestine Campaign, as well as the president of Temple Mishkan Tefila, one of the largest Conservative institutions in New England. In keeping with the spirit of Chanuka, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, who is chairman of Israel Music and Arts, is in charge of the special musical prog-, am. Cantor Louis Feder will sing, accompanied by Joseph Schreibman. Gilbert Rappaport. president of Masada will bring greetings and seven members of his group will present "Masada Members in Israel."' Appearing in the skit will be Florence Abramson, Dave Goodwin. Fred Rosen. Abe S cr, Leonard Schwartz and Lee Sunshine. Assisting Richards!.n with the PAGE THIRTEEN Beth El Students To Present Play The annual Chanuka play will be presented by students of the Beth El Religious School on Thursday. December 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. The performance is being sponsored by the Parent Teachers Association of Congregation Beth El, and is being supervised by Mrs. Ruth Uliss and Bernard W. Kimmel of the religious school staff. Bernard Ostfeld, dancing I instructor of the Miami Jewish I Community Center, assisted with -dance routines. Herald Staff i'hot< Leo Steinman (extreme right) community service chairman. North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. presents a jukebox to the Scott James Teen-Agers Association. Shown with Steinman are (left to right) Miss Rose Givhan. youth director. Scott James Association; Miss Dolores Williams and Emmett Johnson. Johnson and Miss Williams are members of the Scott James Association. The jukebox was presented through the courtesy of the Taran Distributing Company. [Mux Rappap ort is in charge of 1 program are Arnold Scher, MurIthe food, which includes a chicken Ininner, as well as drinks. Favors |n


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'.. &f PAGE TWENTY fJemsii fkwidUar? S^E^ B ER16 i %  Bureau Of Jewish Education Will Hold %  ? %  ?^! h B & P Inter-School Chanuka Celebration The annual inter-school Chanuka celebration, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for I Students of the Jewish sch IOIS c 1 Greater Miami, will be held n Tui sday and Wednesday •>! • i \i week. For the Beach, the Siiks \aiii< k d To AIM. Post Appointment of J. Harold Saks lin ctor of the Administi ativi visi m of the Ami-D< famat n I., ague of B'nai B'rith, was anunced by Benjamin R. Epstein, rial director. Mr. Saks has served with the lea.c.u' since 1940. and for the past a w as direct ir of the C( mmunity Service Division, which guides the functions of the egional offices of the organization. In his new capacity. Mr. Saks will take our duties formerly the direct responsibility of the national director. Mr. Epstein said. "He will bring his rounded experience in ADL and his legal training to the task of dealing with national administrative problems growing out of recent leorganizations within the League." Mr. Saks will be succeeded as Community Service director by Oscar Cohen, until recently director of the Jewish Community Council of Detroit. Mr. Cohen. long an outstanding leader in the community relations field came to the league in April of this year and has spent the past six months conducting administrative studies in preparation for assuming his new duties, Born in Canada. Mr. Cohen arI'ived .1! Detroit three years ago serving as executive director of the Canadian Jewish Congress in Toronto. Before entering intergroup aid community relations work Mr Cohen served in an editoi ial apt city with the Toronto Jewish Standard and lias since written free-lance magazine and %  spaper articles. entertainment will be held at the Cameo Theatre. 1455 Washington AY, on Decemtx r 20 at in a.m. For the students in Miami, the celebration will be held at the Tower Theatre, 1509 s W 8th St., on December 21 at 10 a.m. The progl im will feature a full It ngth movie, "Tom >i row Is A Wonderful Day." dealing with the :< gem ration of a Jewish child Irom the DP camps ol Europe, cli\cii by ,1 Chanuki I r ition in the land f Israel. Greetings will be exti tided by Max Mi isi I and David [sen, officers ol tin bun IU, and representatives ol the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Blessings over the candles will be chanted by students of the Hebrew Academy and C >ngregation Beth El. Chanuka songfc will b< presented by the student choirs of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Coral Gables Jewish Center. Beth Sholom and Beth David Hebrew schools will present original skits "Living Mogen David" and "Parade of Jewish Books." A novel quiz with a puppet operated by Eugene Yulish will test the Chanuka information of student representatives of all schools, with prizes awarded to all contestants. A community sing will be led by Hvman Pomerantz of the bureau, and the celebration will conclude with the distribution of special treats to all children attending. Children are urged to bring with them gifts for the children of Israel. In Miami, these gifts will be gathered by the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women, under the direction of Mrs. Charles lurk. On the Beach, the gifts will be handled bv the Miami and Miami Beach Chapters of Junior Hadassah, headed by Beverly Raphael and Esther Rimon. The entertainment is under the supervision of Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Admission is by free ticket now being distributed at all Jewish schools and Jewish youth centers. They are also available at the office of the bureau. "We are grateful to Harvey Fleischman, district manager of Wometco Theatres for the use of the'theatres; to George Raywood., business agent of the Motion Picture Operators Union, for providing free service of the operator; to Angelo Sands, business! manager of the Stagehands Union for services of members: and to ; Carl Weinkle for Chanuka treats," Schwartzman said. Popkin Brothers Purchase Blue Star Camp Site Tile Popkin brothers. Herman. Harry and Ben, announce the purchase from Harry Diamond of Charlotte, X C, of his 200-acre former Pinnacle Mountain summer resort near Hendersonville. X C to he used as the permanent site tor then Blue Star Camp lor boys and girls Announcement of the purchase of the property and eight-acre private lake was made by the I owners and directors of Blue star | New Restaurant Opens at the same time as thev released ; pl..n.tor the 1950 camping sea'. Featuring an unusual bay winThis vear will mark the dow alcove overlooking palms and third summer for Camp Blue Star ^'' d Bl,,s Restaurant and Coffee Shop opened recently. Designed by Architect Tony Sherman and executed by Arkin Construction Company, Inc.. the new establishment, which is owned and operated by Bill Masur. is located at the corner of Collins Ave. and 20th St. Exemplifying the latest in ultra-modern decor, a visual recessed kitchen behind the lunch eon counter includes the mechanics of food-making in th( decorative scheme. The restaurant has a seating capacity of 160. The Miami Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah held it first membership tea of the season on Sundav. December 11. Irom 3 to 5 p.m. in the lounge .if the Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Mrs Murry Grossman, who recently returned from the Hadassah convention in San Francisco, the principal speaker, Mrs Jaspei Cromer, president the Senior Hadassah, and Miss Rosalyn Klein, president of the chapter. also addressed the gathering. Miss Klein, who was the delegate of the Miami B & P the convention, discussed her trip. The movie "Israel Reborn" was shown. Miss Fannie Levitt, chairman ol the membership committee, was assisted by Miss Rosalyn Strauss, Miss Goldie Sanders and Mrs. Abe Fisher. Refreshments were served. Tickets are being distributed and plans are progressing for the Chanuka dance which will he held at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach, on Sunday, December 18. at 9 p.m. Democrat Dinner Will Draw Party Leaders The gathering of notables in Miami on December 17 for the Jefferson-Jackson Day Victory dinner shapes up more like a Who's Who of the Democratic party with every mail. Dinner headquarters report that State Senate President Newman C. Brackin. Speaker of the House Perry Murray. State Comptroller C. M. Gay. Hotel Commissioner Jimmv Landon and U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett wired in for reservations this week. They will join a long list of Democratic dignitaries which already includes Vice President Alben Barkley. Governor Fuller Warren. Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard L. Holland, U. S. Rep. George Smathers, Alex Littlefield, president of the State Democratic Executive Committee and many others. Barkley. who will make the main address, will be accompanied by his bride. At least 3.000 Democrats are expected to attend the affair which will be held in Dinner Key. Winston K. Pendleton, Assistant to National Democratic Committee Finance Director C. V. Griffin, who is putting on the Miami dinner, said that tickets will be sold out long before the night the feast. Tickets are now available headquarters in room 301, Comodoro Hotel. :1 9t New and retiring leaders of the Southern Zionist 1 mission shown at the recent annual meetinq of the r held in Atlanta, Ga.. during the Southeastern regional r SI of the Zionist Organization of America. Left to right fk I Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz of Jacksonville, newly elected rhJ representing Southeastern Hadassah: Mark A. Spector ol[ nJ nooga, co-chairman of the regional commission and chair n? the Chattanooga Youth Commission; Sidney C. Gluckman T tona Beach, retiring chairman and 20A representative 0 commission; Mrs. William Kirshner of Nashville. Tenn r co-chairman and Southern Hadassah representative; and M Robkin of Atlanta, re-elected treasurer who represents th region. The commission is the joint youth agency of South* Zionist Organization of America, Southern and Southeastern dassah and sponsors Junior Hadassah. Masada. Intercoll Zionist Federation of America, Young Judaea and Plugat A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATIO] SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami, Flori edstj CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Service On All Makes Roc.cs of I at El IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERBERT A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH I in the Blue Ridge Mountains. I in ma Lazarus Chapter Hears Psychologist "Psychology and the Normal Child" was the subject of a talk bv David Rothenberg. clinic al psychologist, on Tuesday. December 13. at 8:15 p.m. at the meeting of 'he Emma Lazarus Chapter B'nai B'rith Professional W,,men The event was held at Congregation Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mr Rothenberg pursued graduate studies in child psychology at Michigan State College and was employed bv the Michigan State Department of Juvenile Correction and did work in the public school system. Miss Dorothy Rader presided and the committee in charge of arrangements included the Misses I Sklar. Diane Tucker. Estelle Rubin. Evelyn Miller and Deana Abrashkin. Max li'iiicr To Speak Jan. Hi Max Lerner. well-known liberal, editor, author, journalist and world-traveler, will deliver an address, under the auspices of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom. on Monday, January 16, 1950. The lecture will take place at 8 p.m. in the temple's air-conditioned banquet hall. Tickets may be procured through the temple office (5-6810). Frank Kamen is president ot the Men's Club. R. W. BROWN and CO. 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HHfiBSEH IBj L nrrTMBER 16. 1949 e r 300 Expected At Testimonial ner |n Honor Of David Whitman ^kMsJllkrMtor PAGETHREl h ave been accepted E three hundred persons Kmonial dinner honorfcJSi Whitman, president of Beth Jacob, which pavici held Sum 8 at ."; n ,.::;.i ;1 v evening. De• 18. at the Beth Jacob ban, ne To Speak to m i Zionists, tction Slated District, Zionist Orwill hold llfiam ation f America, -hip meeting on l,v December 22, at 8 p.m. Miami Jewish Community r 4 50 S.W. 16th Ave., Sidfsegall. president, has an1." : w eof th'' meeting, accord.. gegall, is to introduce D Stone, honorary presi' of'the Zionist District of [England, and to elect a new of officers for the 1950 [of Offil Lie will speak on "Chanuka, feast of Lights, and Israel." lanuka refreshments will be quet hall, according to Chairmen M. B. Frank and Mar. man. rcie LiberHi David To jet Leaders ki'jal" rH ''lection of ]ers and directors will be held id Synagogue jjay, Di 15, at 8:30 Louie Bandell I in during the I fobservan 1 I t'hanuka, the of the first candle, the iilessings will (place. annual memorial service be held for the members [departed during the year. lukaToBeTheme YRadio Program lanuka will be the theme of |s:xth in a series of weekly easts of the Birnbaum Jewflour on Sunday. December fen 4:30 to 5:30 pm.. over 1 WMBM. [addition to the regular featl-Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring [offer Chanuka songs with pm Donnerstag at the piano. Weinberg of Detroit will )e a guest. lAid Tree Drive pb Schachter's Jewish Hour over station WTTT Monwednesday and Friday at and Sunday at 10 to 11:30 I 'ill dedicate Sunday's proto the Jewish National rs drive for trees. A staff of one workers will be on [to take Chanuka tree orders, lie nameof the purchasers |"e read over the air. Included among the invited guests are prominent national 01 V' n !" ,ocal dignitaries. Sen Claude Pepper and Rep. George SZKMS are he duled to Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirituaJ leader of the congregation, will be principal speaker. Judge Bernard A. Frank, program chairman, has arrangi an array of talent, which includes prominent stars now appearing in the Greater Miami area. The dinner is being tendered Whitman by the membership of the congregation "in acknowledgment and appreciation of the improvements and accomplishments for which he is responsible since taking office a year and a half ago. Among the improvements which have taken place under Whitman's regime is the complete remodelling of the Beth Jacob Community Hall which originally housed the synagogue when it was first organized m| 1927. The auditorium has been enlarged to hold approximately 500 people and is now fullv air conditioned. The interior has completely rebuilt with the most modern appointments. An annex has been added consisting of the main offices wil all new office equipment and furniture, rabbi's office, and large modern classrooms where religious school claheld daily. An extra large kil completely equippi I, has also been added. Whitman, a local bus and civic leader, has been I in civic and community al since first coming to Miami Beach 15 years ago. The dinner is scheduled for 7 o'clock. Alfred Lesser will be chairman and master of ceremonies. Ohiiuarv MRS. PAULINE WEINTRAUB Age •',:,. passed away Tuesday In ^ locel hospital. .Mrs. Welntraub was ;i lifetime member l~i St.. Miami Bench Surviving are her husband, Abraham; daughter, Mrs Rom 0 Iman: two sons, Ben and Slgmund, brother Samuel Rltter, all "f Miami Beach. Services were held Wednesday In th,Kench Memorial Chapel iih Interment in Mt, Neno Cemetery. Mayor Harold Turk has been appointed division chairman of the 1950 March of Dimes, Dade County Chairman George E. Holt announced last week. Other mayors chosen to lead the drive in their respective municipalities were William M. Wolfarth of Miami, Keith Phillips of Coral Gables, William A. McCarty of Miami Springs and George Frix of Miami Shores. The 1950 campaign will be conducted from January 16 to 31. Beach Mizrachi Women To Moot The Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's Organization will hold a meeting on Saturday, December 17, at 8 p.m. at the Congregation Beth Jacob, according to an announcement by Mrs. Nat Horhman, president. Mrs. Ida Karger. regional representative and member of ihe national board, will report on the organization's national convention in Atlantic City. Abraham Sachs, who lias been a member ol Mizrachi for 30 years, will also speak. The group has scheduled its annual Chanuka latke party and movie en Wednesday. December 21. at 8 p.m. at Congregation Beth Jacob. Admission is 75 cents and proceeds will go to the orphan children in Israel. Concert Planned The Labor Zionist Council of 1 1 • Miami will sponsor a I on December 25 at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, ac%  to an announcement by Mrs. Rosi s Gerson Kaplan. Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guest speaker. Other particip nts in the program will be Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Channah Gi ssberg, well known comedienne, and Anyuta Melicov, pianist, as well as members of the rlabonim group. Proceeds will go towards the Habonim and tickets may be secured from members of the Zionist Labor Council or at the park the night of the concert. Chanuka Affair Set A Chanuka latke party and games session will be held bv the Sisterhood ol the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sunday. December 18. :.-t the center, 320 Palermo Ave Mrs. Miiton Yaffee is chairman of the event and contribution is 50 cents. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. 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PAGE THIRTY-TWO fjenisti Ftcridliain i : JEWS IN SPORTS .l-.V.V.'.V^V^lS^-.-.-.-.-.'.'.'.'.'.-.'.'.llV SS^ 3=33333: As predicted in our spare recently the Cleveland Indians has changed ownership. Bill Veeck has sold his interests to a Cleveland group. Originally the plans called for Hank Greenberg : Sti on as president. He will remain but not as prexy, instead he lakes over as general manager. In his new capacity Hank will virtually be in charge of all activities since the newcomers are inexperienced in baseball ways. Prexy Ray Ryan has already announced that Greenberg will have plenty of authority to mak< deals ind run the club as he sees fit. Tinincoming delegation was impressed with the fact that the Indians had no farm system until Hank took over as Veeck"s assistant two years ago. Hank helped build the farm setup until today the Cleveland nine has good outlets for green talent that has to be developed. How Abe Saperstein will fare in the new shakeup remains to be seen. Abe came in to help Veeck with Negro talent. Once he' Started and produced the likes of Doby. Easter. Minosa and Simpson, the Indians were quick to appreciate his ability to locate the players they desired. Greenberg has taken a liking to Saperstein and undoubtedly will want Abt to stay on and help out with their colored baseball arrangein. nt We feel that Abe. an old friend of Veeck's. however, will turn up wherever the former Cl< veland owner settles. Veeck isn't leaving baseball and is certain to be in the big league picture someplace Wherever he setles look tni Saperstein to join him. 3reenberg now has the position he sough) with the Detroit Tigers when he thought his playing days were over At the time he sug.;< 'id tiie mow| i nv, ner Br _.:.ihr auto magnate gave him .1 %  i sh'.uldei and shortly tin n aftei Hank left the Motor City and joined the Pittsburgh Pirates When Cleveland announced th il Greenberg was to stay on as general manager the bn> Bronxite tu ned in the direction of Dettroit and • il iamed lieb. Iii those days a fan iiad to be >i' hardy st ick in Arcadia li il Brooklyn '.< %  cheer for a visiting team. 1 happened ifter the KnickPhiladelphia Warrior g&me the other day m Madison Squai'i I den. A cousin of Eddie Gottlieb, Wan mi coach, waited to greet him. Eddie had not seen hi:cousin in eight veats. In that time she had bnriie a Son who has become a redhot Knickerbocker fan. When Ed's cousin in troduced her boy to the Philly COJ ch the kid merely nodded mo refused to shake hands with his famous cousin. He is such an ardent Knick I'm that he refuses to have anything to do with enemy players or coaches even if they are his cousin. Eddie was amused bv the situation in view of the fart that several vears ago when his cousin was pregnant, bearing the young Knick fan. she attended Philadelphia Spha games at Arcadia Hall and rooted her lungs out for thHebrews coached by GottNorman Gink who was declared ineligible at Loyola of L >• %  Angeles and wh 1 was ti'i %  • OUl by Minneapolis ol th, NBA hai bei n loaned to the Philadelphia Sphas in 01 ler to gain experience. This ex-Bionx le .accorded a good chance ol makii grade it the ;, iu time basketball loop next inter The Sphas an not playing in the Americai League this season. Instead they are going on the road and will tour the nation's leading teams this winter in competition against the 1 Harlem Globetrotters. Other boys with the Sphas include playercoach Mike Bio mi, Jackie S'"in and Stanlev Brown, forme: Philadelphia High School flash. Red Klotz. a member ot the last good Spha club during the war years, is with the team as is Jone. Greenberg. former LaSalle star | • • Sid Gordon has returned from ; a hunting trip with other major leaguers after bagging a deer in the Maine wild woods. Gordon is in big demand for speaking engagements. A City College continues to yet rave notices In pie season basketball roundups. Nat Holman will be on the spot if his highly touted sophvmores. don't come through lor him. New Yoi k daily sport pages have been rating the Beavers the City's number one team, Columbia walloped the team in a recent scrimmage and the NYAC gave Nat's boys a good tussle, too. Despite these skirmishes the cognoscenti are listing the City sqifiid as the best in New York, possible in the entire East. IIM'IIN Halting Co. To Hold Parties For I{iii|l


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-nfcpWE Rie, 1949 t Red Cross rfeet Monday [ nmnl meeting of the L an *tv Chapter, American W*%M be held Monday. '^lQ Chapter Chairman i Mills announced. It .dinner meeting at the J Restaurant. 131 Eas g scheduled to start 11 will be elected D ,, : ,| of directors Tbcal chapter consists of ,-.| „f which Erf • %  •: %  • ,r r ? ra iK?*" Em This '* '' %  '• '" afldlllon I vacancies. Uiere • ectors pieces I reports will light of which ,pter's new • erected on -ToRlvd The buildmu will | in 1950. I .. manager of I area office, 1 n Atlanta. pipaJ speaker at ^J^^fkrktian I Institute of Jewish Studies nsored by the Bureau of Education. Beth David. I El and the Miami Jewish sity Center. The public is d above is Michel GibClio will appear in the stage wn Sing Israel. Sing" at p*> Theatre. Miami Beach, week beginning DecemAlso featured will be 'Weiss and Hymie Jacob% !" accompanying screen "non. starring Lucy Levin *M Fried, will be "The TO THE CULTURAL 1 FORUM RADIO HOUR | S I|ATURDAY NIGHT L !" M 8 TO 9 P.M. *nV7! IDAY MORNING M 11 TO 11:55 A.M. ^STATION WWPB "50 on the Dial %  Md Announced by J^ON SEIDEN Johnny And Rodney LeslieWiTBecoin7 Bar Mitzvah At Beth Jacob December 24 PAGE FIVE Studies Unit s Chanuka Fete IMull Institute of Jewish L".;.hold its annual 1(celebration this Monday, tbe' IV. .' I P-m, at the ||[syr, j 500 S.W. 17th j ; ih •' pi urram will j inity singing ailed "Day of Retar,.,." 11 .mining the tm will be %  t:.lk by Louis irtzman. executive director • Bureau of Jewish Educafcn "The Meaning of Chanuday." All Hebrew classes. I meet at 7:30 p.m. will be tted as usual. The program Lke place during the second Gould Elected Emil J. Gould, prominent Miami builder, was recently elected president of the Florida Association of Home Builders. He succeeds Charles E. Commander of Jacksonville. Vaad Rabonim Supervise Mendelsohn's Manor The newly organized Vaad Rabonim. composed of Rabbi Mescheloff, Cong. Beth Jacob; Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cong. Beth El: Rabbi Simon April. Miami Hebrew School and Cong: and Rabbi Isaac Ever. Knescth Israel Cong., announced in a release to The Jewish Floridian this week that they have given supervision | to Mendelsohn's Lincoln M. 2 Lincoln Road. Reverend S. Sapir has been appointed perni..in nt supei visor. EVERY DINNER A BANQUET Of If I AMOI S Fill II A\ X1U11T Tll.llllTIOX.lL I1IXXHR INCLUDING HORS D'OEUVRES AND WINE LINCOLN MANOR ON THE OCEAN 2 LINCOLN ROAD. PHONE 58-4180 i until* \s MOST u \i KIOI s KOSHER REST AM IIAXT i P Mr. and Mrs. S '• mi n H. Le>lie. 3114 Prairie Avi .. Miami announce the Bar M;;/\. twin sons. Johnny ney, to be held Saturday. December 24. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, at 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, with Rabbi Moses .Mescheloff officiating. Services will begin at 9 a.m. to be followed by a reception in the auditorium. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Rodney and Johnny attend the Nautilus Junior High School where they are officers of their class and honor students. They are patrol leaders of Scout Troop No. 35. The twin brothers are the L ..Miller, lati Mrs. Minni( Milli :: ;. %  %  !. 6380 Ir. ; Dr., Miami Beach. Mr, and Mrs. I., slii have been i esidents ol Miami Beach for 25 years. David iNoOle Leslie, the twins brother who is a senior at the University of Michigan, will arrive next week to atte:,d the celebration. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Htvt your roof ropalrod now; you will oav* on %  now roof later "Satisfactory Work by Eipinmced Men" 414 • W. 22nd Avonus PHONE 4-Mid POTATO PANCAKES... Ili' traditional < iiaiiukah Iroat! Make tempting, delicious "latkes" for family and guests with Horowitz M a r g a r e t e n Pol at a Pancake Mix So quick .. • SO 4'UMU ... ...so tasty! 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a^MH %  Y nECEMBER 16, 1949 ZJ^l^tlkrid/iar, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE TWENTY-ONE ish Center. 6231 Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Rabbi Emeritus. PYIila> evening ,,.... „. .. ,. s every Sunday Jiside Jew ', ,. -„i. iioros, 65 d f" 1 11.1. classes under %  '"'' ,.„ Mondays and 41" ,• ,' 1-06 [i.m. Nation beth Tfilah (Or1935 E" clid Ave Miaml "'Babbi Joseph E. RackTemple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Prlday evening -. : \ 1 >r Ranson u ill | ...-i, i. (r h ? hore Jewish 3" (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse. Miami Beach VAIU Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip V Firs]1 Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 2410 Ponce de Leon oivd. i > at B:15. ... al B:S0 dee Rabbi the Portion %  '"., uilaj at I P.rr III! "S|IBI l-'l kiln* BbH ;.. ',', m followed ; Coral Gables Jewish Cenler (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. Friday tghl -. Skop will -i,„ followed '"andleH c. Bvenlng by Kulduxh, i itniu ,li i, ,i bj rlUHM meg Shabli il bj th< i, Maarlv folurda; %  b%  %  onducted b} set vln Mddu Ba • Mltzvah l'l ib Iff Academy. 918 6th St ni Beach. ,i 5:10 p.m.; %  a m. Sol L. I will deliver a peace BeDally .1 :K Lmi Hebrew School and ConP. ion (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. Ave. Rabbi Simon April. tot Berele Kelemer. i \ ires nt 6:15. • '•"' %  Bar J M t ,.i Mr. and Mrs ,-.-. al 1:30 MMrivaervi vice" Sunday I i bj a Bai \ iaj school at 1 dall) S:15 to % % %  '" %  "" togregawon Beth El (Orthou 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi irav Grauer. i:15 p.in. S!30. Rabbi of Lights I •.:". M '":, 11 or Shudos i %  .. %  I > rellgluus v religious IS p in IJiwish Community Center jnservalive). 2020 Polk St.. illywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; alor Milton Friedman. krli Fvldi 'i 5:13. Late Hal wrvice* al Rabbi HonlR n Tin:Ihe Maccabee.' I M-h 'ii.Wagner Sal morning service at H:J0. Rabbi fir will irntch >n the weekly porof ih.ban Kellglous school i.. Suriilai II • linn. I Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 i Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi lay P. Mann. evening services at 8:15. pUi Moshay r Mann will conduct tiers and • the sermon. His be Ii ish Heroism and Dr. l'aul Beck f Officiate an cantor. A reception iiv Free :. glous school meets |Congregation Beth Jacob (Orlox), 301-311 Washington AT*.. mi Beach. Rabbi Mote* Mesloff. fenicfs will be held Friday evenlns Lst Pi % %  \ evening lectui'e. I rabbi will il. mi "KeliKion pi %  noi nlng at I 10 p Men hekiff will d. liver the serI i !antor Peder Jr. Congregadirectlon of A. Ill I > hulnian will teach _"l:i>al I ; l| Sli.il. ish SeUdos ill %  at 1 iinil 8 a.m. ^ : Ii ii'lil conducta daily %  m -• id; i T'lie Mlshnn." %  *[ •'•11 sneak ..II the Portion of .• Da l> 1 1 from 3:3" to ilii-i mli Thursday and .. ,. i ,. i Sunday. Igler-Granada Jewish Cen%  145 S.W. 45th Are. JitiiiJai ....... ,., lt <, n.m. Porth Dade Jewish Center ervativei, 13630 W. Dixie "way. North Miami. iiy evening services at 8 p.m. Ii ei at 9. Hun%  i ch(l |0 VW. Religious Congregation. 1 N. W. 2nd St. Fjws Bat u l iy morning at :00 Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. I'ally s. n i. P in. Snl in d IJ iiininii Al Urn son of M I'ai l< n Hi llel %  II hi s or ti %  bnd friend* Int.' servk i i Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave.. Micimi Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. I. .Hil":.ii.i .. Di Jai oh II. K.i| • nl Temple Israel ami Rabh nical I „ ami, will Lights." s i' i .i.i' %  I! ibb w I %  • I I v. si r Miit.. Mttz i in and i' in Temple lietn snoiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Frldav evenlns P. 11. i.: Kin Khabbal "ill follow the si patio. Suntl .... %  • ; Hi school Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Friday evening services al Saturday morning at 9 a m. and in the evening al 6:30 followed by Shaloa Seudos. Dally ser\ ices ;• t 8 a m Mm. h. Maai ii .it 5:00 p m. Young Israel members from other branches are Invited to attend Bervlcee and other activities. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. The rabbi ill lecture Katurdn> at 1:15. Miinli.i at t:45 followed bj Shalos Seudos Zmlras and remarks i>> guests will follow, after which Maarlv will take place Dally services at 8 a.m. iind r. pin : Maarlv at &:. Dallj Hebrew School al 8:30 with Religious Sunday school at I" a.m. Congregation Beth uavid (ConserratiTe). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evenlns services from 8:30 t„ 9 p.m. each week will be br< • >over wwi'i: Rabbi Max Shapiro and .•aiit..r Maurice Mamches will conduct wrvlces assisted b> the Beth Dai Id choir under direction of Leon ShlfT. In keeping with the Chanuka festIvii the liilitii wll preach on I he i %  Mrs. Ruth 0 man. si u„,la> %  > %  %  Ing services al 9 a m rhe rabbi win Slakon the Portion o Lav. Studen, Cong. Saturday al O-30 .m Hebrew Bchool between : nd ','';,, dally During the public school ilnter vacation classes In Hebrew sclu take place in mornings, v %  "' iiorti.tion for students during week, of I i.-r 1Mb iind -'db. in.10 loiril Line \i\v On: IMsplav The %  I D n il :• I : I I : : %  F i %  : nail nts in I %  eared I thai Ii quality 19 F .: new featun nts 1 hout the ei n thi body. I • in... | %  mel, brakes, fl an Thi'.'in Ford Custom Deluxe %  : -priced Di • ni' body styles will !>•• available, includ tion wagons and convertibles. l-'i d continues to offer the choice nf two engines— the 100-horsepower V-8 and the 95-horsep iwei Six Styling of the 1950 car. al-. thuuuh nut radically changed because of the wide public acceptance of the modern design of the Fords, nevertheless includes several distinctive features to enrich the appearance. Gables Women Meet The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables held its next membership meeting Wednesday. December 14, 8 p.m., at the center. 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Mrs. Lee Platt, program chairman, planned a Chanuka quiz tor the social part of the evening. Refreshments were served by the Mesdames Leonard Bernstein. Esther Brown and Sidney Gorchov. ../ Pictured cementing into place the cornerstone of the new Israelite Center at 3198 S.W. 24th Terr, are Meyer Stein, a member of the center's board of directors and Mrs. Alma Schwartz, president of the Dora Stein Sisterhood. Onlooker is H. B. Gross, president of ihe center. Ceremonies took place recently. Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71st Street Service Station C. A. MacDON'ALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 >l< a l '2!i'iin CoiiKtruction Coiiigiaciv ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS ROADS — STREETS — PARKING LOTS — DRIVES ASPHALTS — TARS — ROAD OILS Since 1931 1085 N. W. 56th Street Phone 7-3553 Miami 38, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI Plant—1150 N.W. Seventy-Third Street HBI.fi AS CORPORATION 1829 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-8602 I&UBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS '06 N. Miami Avenue 9 '5 N. 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I 1 I PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT *Jewist florMian ""DAY, DE CEMRrp 16.1 Rabbi Meseheloff Launches Friday l-.e<*ture N*ri*s Kabbi Moses Moscheloff opens :i new series of lectures this Friday evening, December 16. at Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach. Tins series of lectures will present the basic affirmation of Judaism in light'of their current interpretation and application, Th : abbi's firsl subject will be "Religion of War" in observance • ii the festival of Chanuka The ideals <>t the Maccabees, chi pions oi militant religious freeI i. will be III>. p.i' e I % %  • %  ith Bibii:: :n,itions and contrasted with in. sent society This lei I ; be delivered this Friday night. "Religion >! I. ive" will kx thi -i ond lecture in this series It be a studv of the Biblical roach to w irld brotherhood, thi MI ss ige il Ch. istmas and I enl aspi ations %  "good will ements." "Religion ol Novelty" will b< third led in I tl It analvze the striving foi nge in human relations md igai ies ol the modern ef%  Is %  chanj el tional 1 rship This sei ies ol Ii I will continue each Fridaj nighl the month of Api il 'I his marks the thirteenth set ii • Mti : : %  ctures presented bj Mes.lieli.il al : .. Beth Jai iiii ('ongregation. The n ram is It d bj (lantoi I. mi: !> Fi HI i Si vici begins each i> al B 30 ii m. and i >n I M 9 30 Thi | ul lii invited t. id *mm Rnhh' Mesche ISil'l Owners Eleel IlivkiiMl Samuel if Rivkind was recent%  ie-< lerti d president ol thi Mini Beach Hotel Owners Assoiation. Operatoi ol the Raleigh Hotel. ivkind came here six years ago. was recently named to the H. %  hairmanship of the municipal publicity advisory committee which oversees the city's advertising and publicity Harry H. Cohen of the New Vorker Hotel was elected first vice president of the group; Meyer Friedman. Saxony, second vice president; Abe Halperin. Traymore-Breakers, secretary; Martin Moldorf. treasurer flHimi'ii\ Circle Branch Will Hold Chanuka Festival The Miami Beach B am h 692 in I its Women's Club will hold their nm ul Chi nuk i Eesth il on Saturday, Decembei -17, al .. p.m. in th" Wi rkmen's Circle Ly eum, 25 Wa Aw. Miami Beach of the Yiddish si will participate in a rendition ol special Chanuka songs under thi direction of Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan. Their teacher, Israel Elenzweig, will narrate Chanuka talcs and Joseph Duntov, secretary of the Workmen's Circle Southern District, will speak on "Jewish War.-of Liberation From the Time of the Hasmoneans over 2000 Years Ago Till the Hasmoneans of 1947." Chanuka refreshments, including the traditional latkes. will be served by the women's club. There will be community singing. The public is invited. Beth Sholom Will Present Chanuka Pageant Friday The evening service at Temple Beth Sholom on Friday. December 16. will take the form of a Chanuka pagaent, "The Story of the Eternal Light," a poetic narrative written bv Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. The rabbi will read the n tion and the musical portions will b" rendered bi Cantor Samuel Kelemer, ass.-ted by Hy Fried at the organ. Nancy R ithman, daughter of Mr. and Mi living Rothman of 4259 Nautilus Dr., Miami Bi ch, w ill be the v it e of the child, whose provocative questi ns inspire the p tic narration. -The Story of the Eternal Light" rel ti th sign I cance t th'.> Nor Ton Eti n Lighl in Jewish history. s. nting the light i fail i Kronish's narr itive has inti the hi tiich faith and learning have always hi thi .1 p iple, the relationMace bean struggle against I he S\ ian Greeks n tl Second Century B.C.E. for the righl to study and practice Judaism and tl rth oi m Israel as another episode depi ting Maccabean resistance to ty: annj Inti w i\ en in the nai. ati in are somi of the Yiddish and Mi i w folk songs an I the intei esl ing s lelighl : Jewish history. The religious choir will assist Cantor Kelemer in the rendition of some of the songs HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX fJcnisti fkridHan TODAY. DEn*^ < Education For Jewish Living Bv RABBI SIMON APRIL In an era uf atomic power and energy there is also a mass return on the part of men and women in all walks of life to enhance their knowledge of the world and its discoveries. Such a return to mass Jewish education has taken place during the past two years —when the Stale of Israel became the legally established homeland of the Jewish people. Thus in the big cities of our country where the Jewish population is fairly dense, we find a great increase in the number of congregational, communal and all day Jewish schools. Here, in Greater Miami, we have Jewish schools of every variety to care for the spiritual needs of our young. Yet. when it actually comes down to facts, our children are benefitting very little in terms of Jewish spiritual living. Judaism has become a matter of Bar Mitzvah preparation which is usually climaxed by a memorized speech, a short Maftir and a big banquet. But the real Judaism or Jewish living, which should function in the life of the individual is missing. There are many reasons why this condition exists. In the first place, a two day a week Hebrew school is. to my mind inadequate. to care for the spiritual needs of the Jewish child, whose school day IS taken up with numerous extra-curricular activities which of'e: ,: greater incentive to the average school child than the inadequate meffecient and unattractive teaching techniques of the average two-day congregational school. A second reason whv our Bar A Most Happy Holiday To All DP. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA I Mitzvahs turn out to be a Jewish fraud, is due to the lack of Jewish consciousness on the part of the parents, who fail to realize that the Bar Mitzvah is nothing but an end-result in itself. If the Bar Mitzvah celebration would but lead to a greater stimulation of the desire to know and live Jewishly, even its hasty preparation and its big "gastronomical blowouts" could be condoned on the ground that during the next three or four years we could expect a serious study on the part of our Bar Mitzvah to familiarize himself with Judaism. Physically, spiritually and psychologically, the Bar Mitzvah boy is mature and richly endowed with religious aptitudes that would enable him to give vent to his emotional and religious feelings. From all educational studies this is the best time in the adolescent's life to bring forth his potentialities. But how unfortunate our case becomes when at this flourishing psychological age we lose the Bar Mitzvah entirely from our midst, because the parents have alreay decided that their child has had sufficient religious and Jewish background, and some are even plagued with the thought that the continuation of their child's Hebrew training might lead to a rabbinical vocation. The one and onlv solution in combatting the growing ignorance of our Jewish youth is not in building more schools, but rather in building schools of more adequate facilities—with teaching staffs that will overcome the challenge of the public school with its superior physical plants, teaching and administrative facilities. But, even this is insufficient if we do not build up in the parents a keen desire and need for Jewish religious continuation studies of the Bar Mitzvah. We have many and various campaigns in our fair city. Let the leaders and laymen of this community have one campaign oi concerted action to get every Jewish child into our Hebrew schools. Let us send literature to every parent, to teach him the importance of Jewish education, and if necessary, visit with every parent until our task is accomplished. This is the duty not only of rabbis, of the bureau—but of the layman as well. In some states public school education is compulsory to 16 years of age. and in others, until 18 years. Should it not be the duty of our educational agencies to engage in a similar campaign—to provie for the education of our young, at least to the age of 15 years? What we need today is a mass education in the Jewish way of living. With Eretz Yisroel as our Jewish homeland, it behooves every Jewish man, woman and child to learn and to know and to practice his Judaism. For as long as he is identified as a Jew, one must at least try to live and act as an intelligent Jew. the 132-ror.m Lord Tan tel in April of 1947 : The Jacobs F.miiv been n he Miami *H business since 1939 K L ^Jrr^acld his associates. They imm f announced pl ans f mt(l revamping ,,i lhe 0 a te ry, which was receS-l dit.oned. Operation*" tmue during alteratioi Lease Re-Purchased The Jacobs Family recently repurchased the 52,500000 10-year lease which it had negotiated for Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA JOHN A. MATTHEWS PHONE 2-2412 Miami. Fla. 620 Pan-American Bank Bldg. A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES CHANUKA GREETINGS WALDEN AND WALLEX SEPTIC TANKS Installed and Repaired DRAIN FIELDS RELAID Free 1'ispcci.ci 3400 N. W. 38th Ave. PHONE 88-2150 "GENE" Groovers Pharmacy $ 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH TO ALL—GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIYE-IT SERVICE J. BARB ASH b SONS. Inc. 261 N. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Jewish flcr/kfiann •>? I %  fc V FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16. Richard Tucker To At Miami Beach Center January 22 Appe ar In Concert 5 Young Adults To \ttnl Conclave Five young adults from the Adding to his laurels constantly. Mr. Tucker's appearances with Times Star "One of the best tenors ever heard. His vocal quality is beautiful, his upper register thrilling." Since his debut at the Metropolitan when he awoke the next morning to find himself famous. Mr. Tucker has achieved the kind comber 25-2"..according to an announcement by Milton A. FriedI man. national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner. Headed by Miss Selma R Lewis, Greater Miami B'nai B'rith youth director, the delegation will include Miss Rosalyn Morris. IIsilihi Mann To Launch Weekly Ratlio l*r€l'raill of SLU tl,,>s f ,: uhuh :,UISI artists president "of ViiaF B r fYth "Voiing *A" % % % % %  wait half a lifetime. His rise from \y, mH n 0 f District Five Miss Rabbi Mnshav p. Mann, spiritchoir boy to the Metropolitan is a Dn nna Feldman. Debbs BBYW ual leader of Temple Isaiah, will new kind 01 story—the simple Chapter; Miss Beverly Koch. Jaunch a weeklv ladio program, SIor v <* Quiet, indefatigable work Sn;irt t BBYW Chapter: and Wal-The L!ving Svnagogue." over tha } ,S bl ;S ;nnlne to form the u ,,. Xraurig. FDR BQYM Chapter station WINZ on Sundav afterbackground of many present-day and State Aleph Zadik A leph ad!"!" -,. i in American musicians who stand in VIser The convention will feature seminars on social action, service The Tucker concert, one of the to the community, BBYO strucmajor fund-raisin*; projects of the tul .,. and OU r relationship to Israel led by Nathaniel Nason. BBYO director of field operations. i Al Balzer, Miss Ethvle Simon ana | Tzvi H. Poraih. Miss Lewis will also visit the be made by calling 58-2503. or n it H..nal headquarters in Wash'•• y jy noon at 1:30 p.m. As the only rabbi in the active ffi^gSKo* ^ ***** ministry ol this countrv who has U V! *£P .. received ordination bv the two extreme schools of Jewish reliShown working on plans for a stag smoker recentlv u ,., lhe Saxony Hotel by the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge r.) Jules Channing, Bernard Kahn. publicity director of n2V!lJ David R. Isen. lodge president; and Saul Genet The > • J part of the B'nai B'rith nation-wide membership dhv.u terminated last week. nve *>' Talmudic scholars in the American Reform rabbinate. Rabbi Mann came to Miami at the invitation of the board of directors of Temple Isaiah about three-months ago to head its congregation and in that short p> nod. las become recognized as one of Mis. Ira C. Walsey. chairman. 58-7274. inpton. D. C. where she will conic: with Dr. Max Baer. national youth director on future youth programs for South Florida. GREETINGS Investors Diversified Services In< MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA 11. -id. -i s*nli I nil the important spiritual leaders >• Will Sponsor the community. — ,_ __ I hanuka Hop The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a service and will dwell chiefly on Chanuka hop on Saturdav eveblems ol a cultural nature, ning. December 17 at 9 p.m. in the rne program is non-commercial Candlelight Room of Keen's December 18. at 2:30 p.m. Rabbi and broadcast for public inteiest Steak House. 6950 Collins Ave Morris A. Skop will offer the and enlightenment. From time to Miami Beach. blessing over the Chanuka lime, visitors of national repute Mrs. Gerald P. Sdtz. fund-raiscandles. The fifteen minute program which Rabbi Mann will conduct I include a brief devotional Golden Agers To Hold Chanuka Fete The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will hold its annual Chanuka party on Sunday. %  .i be invited to participate The in g director and chairman of the As a special for Rabbi Mann s discussion affair, has announced that the feature. Basha 1 this Sunday will be keyed to dance will be an informal social toe dancer .and t %  ;• oism."' the Chanuka celebration and be get-together, the proceeds of will perform. Martyrdom to which are ear-marked for the group's Meier Shl'eyah Orphaned Children's Village in Israel. Admission will be 60 cents stag and SI drag. Assisting Mrs. Soltz will be Miss Annette Melich. door; Miss Kaylee Raffle and Miss Francine : Levy, correspondence; Miss Naomi Sega) and Miss Lillian Aronson, hostesses: and Miss Janice Goldiner. publicity. entertainment Pepper, novelty he Webb Sisters Center To Honor Kaplan At llinner A •> stin .'i:.il dinn Li "ii Kaplan, outgoing pn f ih. Mi. mi Jewish Community Ci nter, will be held al Mi ndeln's Lincoln Man .. Mil ch. on Sundav. January 8. 1950. Kaplan has servi i three terms United States will have anpresident and sevei as n ually yielded nearly two-thiids ember f thi board of direct "' •''' t,K world's petroleum for At the same time the newly almt -'st a century. ted ers ..nd members I _... __„ board f directoi s will I i ally installed. M J Kopel%  witz and Abe Cutler are comen if the committee in : thi affair Thi v will be ssisted InMax R. Silver. Ben Essen, Sam Seitlin. Paul Sobel. Mi Leo Sheiner, Leo Ackerman. Mrs. Helen Temple. Mrs Leo Ai kerman, Charles H. Cohen, Nat Blumberg. Sidney Palmer. Mil1 in A. Friedman. E. Albert Pallot, li.tvid B:mvn. Morris K);,-.-. .-.r.r! Mrs. Bern ice Dublei. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ACE i:VTI'HMIXATI\. CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Ph one 7-53471 SEASON'S GREETINGS 475 41st Street 7125 Abbott Avenue Rccc Service 5-9134 WASHING — POLISHING — LUBRICATION TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES Hobbs Service Station Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bidone of BIDONE'S RESTAURANT OPENS DECEMBER 22nd GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami GREETINGS THE PATIO SHOP YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP. WE AIM TO PLEASE. 3650 Coral Way Phone 48-2920 CALL 2-4768 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS IIKIIM.I S IIIWSHH 10. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-476! GREETINGS I' VIM.11 I KENNELS YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE GREETINGS Kansas City. Mo. Miami, Fla. BURNETT MEAT CO. Est. 1882 Victor Allen Leo B. Cowie 62-64 N.W. 11th Street. Miami, Fla. 4200 N.W. 79th Street Phone 88-2951 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL GREETINGS GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY • JOHNS MANVILLE HOCK WOOL HOME INSULATION • 2119 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 82-MCI ( /* GLMIR BO* dk.tNC.7 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. Distributors Insulux Glass Block 1601-1619 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 21796 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Direct From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 LEARN MEAT CUTTING and Processing PLANT and MARKET Management DISPLAY and MERCHANDISING Poultry Eviscerating and Processing Quick Freezing and By-Products Day Claeses-ENROLL NOW-E^ernng Classes G. I. APPROVED NATIONAL MEAT & FOOD INSTITUTE One of the Largest Meat and Food Schools in the South 26 N. 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; 1 V I \ %  1 %  -.m <•'../ PA/S^ TWELVE > %  -Jmizf HerXfiaf) Beach Center Honors H. Sirkin On 64th Birthday Birthday dinner tendered by tht Miami Beach Jewish Center honoring Harry Sirkin on the occasion of his 64th birthday on Thursday evening. December 15, has been announced by the board of directors of the center. Sirkin. a prominent philanthropist, active in both civic communal activities, has served as director, treasurer and vici I sident of the center and is now president of the congregation. He has played a major role the erect inn of the new synagi gue at 1701 Washington Ave. P sident of the Greati r M ami Vaad Hakashruth and member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, he has also served as treasur r and president of the M Bt.. h Hotel Association, treasuri : \ I!I ml i>1 the L.n\ so ation and on the i c mmittee oi the Mi ] ch Auditorium. Mr, and Mrs. Harry S I • -: :..-.•• % %  • '.! I?i acll le al 2644 Flaming • i1 :,. dren are M >. A Z:vit; Mill n. Eddie and Leon. Chanuka Broadcast A special Chanuka program will be heard over station WKAT i r. StiOday. December 18. from 10 t" 10:30 p.m., according to Ruth Brntman, local soprano who • %  : the pi ogram. i ,! v i'. Mann will be II s1 spi aker and Harold Shapiro : i ::. isti il ceiemonies. S leduled to appear on the program is the Greater Miami Choral Group, under the direction ol Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, with Clara < ; ldenberg at the piano. Dr. Paul •s will Dresent the blessings ever the Chanuka candles and sing several tenor solos. He will accompany Miss Brotman in several Jewish duets. Anyuta Melico\ will he at the niano. Hadassah Radio Drama The fifth of a series of radio dramas dealing with Hadassah will be presented during M. Nasatir*s Yiddish Classical Hour from 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. December 18. over station WINZ. Sunday's drama. "Room with a Door." by Ernest Kinoy. stars Jean Lazei and Ben Cooper and ttlls the moving story of two youngsters brought to Israel by the Youth Aliyah movement, of which Hadassah is the American representative. Mrs. Benj-.tmin Sherry, radio chairman of the Miami Be ich Group of Hadassah. is in charge. HAVE RELATIVES IN EUROPE -who are desperately in need of gcod used clothing particular'? rr.en's clothing). Do you have any you would like to contribute? li so. please phone 3-6130. M I I Bureau To Aid American Jews Find Relatives In Israel NEW YORK. Dec. 7. — A bureau to help American Jews locate their relatives or friends in Israel, has been established by the Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency, 16 East 66th St., New York City, it was announced here today. The bureau will work in cooperation with the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem. Persons wishing to locate relatives or friends in Israel should write to the Aliyah Departmenl giving full particulars about the party or parties Harry Sirk n llahhi Shoulson 0|M'!IS liisSiluiV Because facilities at Miami h proved inadequate, R bb re Shoulson, who operated i strictly k >sh< i there, has ; I quarters at 1389 NLW. 7th St., Miami. The newly-expanded iperation is n i.v known as Shoulson's Health Institute and includes six distinct departmi nte: convales ents; bed-ridden; special diets; reducing; rest and relaxation undi r supervision; and massagi s and therepiiftfcs. All departments are under the supervision of registered nurses 24 hours per day. Pood is kosher and is served unli the direction of a trained dietitian. The institute occupies a large modern building, surrounded by six acres of pines, palms and tropical gardens. The rooms are large and airy and there are a number of sitting rooms, porches and a patio. The institute has a private car which meets all out-of-town guests at the train depots and air port and takes guests to the beach daily. Recognized and recommended by the Register of the American Medical Association, the institute permits all qualified doctors to serve their own patients while enrolled at the institute. Rabbi Shoulson has not only had experience in the field of health institutions, but has served in the pulpit of large synagogues for over 16 years. KOSHER BUTCHER WANTS WORK Hotel or Shop STIER 728 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-9559 .**f* ^Pbiu \\JGUST BROS ftto r is it',ntsr 1 Af)L.3lla$t! REAL OW-VM mmm SOUP, 8U&BUHG mU GOIMH 0O0MSS Chicken S Htrt'i the chicken toup thofbnngt real old-time home cookjng right to your plot* ilow-iimmered to capture oil that come and get t" chicken goodneu! What A wonderful way to ttort o meoll And what a wonderful toup ... o hearty and iatitfying. Ready to terte in a jiffy. Enjoy Maniichewiti Kother Chicken Stup real soon! Todoy I 4 Tempting Varittitt %  "• WITH MAIU) Mil! Rnbbi Shoulson Mrs. Lewis Visits AEP Sorority Chapters Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis, fifth province director of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, left this week to visit chapters at the University of South Carolina and Duke University. Mrs. Lewis will lead a discussion on the topic of "Rush Chairman" at the first Pan-Hellenic Workshop at the University of South Carolina on December 16 and will return to Miami on Sunday, in time to greet her son, James, who is a student at Florida State University. "A GOOD NAME ia more to be treasured than richer" Provtrbt SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families. &f &f + &f GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avu. MM ft-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMEH Funeral Director #*4*j= %  >'•%  J Radio Performers To Present "Rats InA Cage" "Rats in a Cage." a play by Sidney Vincent, will be produced by the Radio Rooftop Theatre of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday at 5:15 p.m. over station WVCG. Cast for this production includes Judith Cohen, Henrietta Bloom. Harry Sharpe, Manfred Berliner, Ann Ncvel, Aaron Carroll and Evelyn Lapin. Bernard Hutner, producer and director, announces that casting for these weekly programs is held every Monday evening at 8:30 at the center. Anyone interested in radio work is invited to attend. AY. DECEMBER £ ,g Mrs. Nudelman Hc^ig Mrs. Sam Nudelma u \ hostess at the K,..J.. board the Miami each Meeting Chapter B'naiB-rith Women „n Thursdal 1 Corporation Complains To Railroad Commission Lyric, Inc., which supplies background music for hotels, restaurants and other commercial facilities, has complained to the Florida Railroad Commission against alloyed unfail practices DJ Florida Music Network (handling Muzak). Melody, Inc.. and Sen nade, Inc. These organizations, the complaint reads, are utilizing without proper authority telephone lines i.v tapping facilities now in exist* nee and making no payment or rental for the use of such facilities. December 15, at pm main dining room of ereign Hotel. 43rd Ave. the Soil and Cjiijj Committee in charg, „iB ,J fast n Miami B. ach" scneSSI for. II, Tuesday. Dc^n^i at the Delan. December Tickets for ",'i I radio show are on :, tor J\ Since the dinii Delano Hotel seats onlv j : "' wish i .,.;.., ,-1 urged to gel histi, servations mav be made bv nl ing Mrs. Morris Goldin at 58-45J SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY THE I. ii f I in a ii Corp. 1040 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3-5491 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FIS1 BUFFALO AND CAHP Also All Southern Fish | WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREI 147 N. W. 5th STREET GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Retilvering Our Specialty 1 A (.. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th SL PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN LOUIS GERBEH CALL 4-745 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS. TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St Fall Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Fruhnet Music Phone 5-6651 THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUGGESTS YOU GIVE AN ACCEPTABLE HOLIDAY GIFT and/ THE BUDAPEST STRING QUARTE1 (In Two Different Programs) Feb. 4 LILY PONS & ANDRE KOSTELANEL With The University of Miami Svmphony Orchestra 25"20 MARGARET TRUMAN With The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra MODESTE ALLOO, Conductor F.b. 28 EDWIN FRANKO GOLDMAN Guest Conductor of the University of Miami Symphonic B FRED McCALL, Conductor Ma, 27 NELSON EDDY, BARITONE At the U. of M. Sym. Off Main Campus, Admin. Bldg. 204. Tel. 48-5812; U. of M. Ticket Off., 340 S.E. 1st St.. Miain| Tel. 3-2317; Amidon's, 220 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables, w Beach Radio Co., 1219 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. '.::.iw{ HAVE YOU HEARD•L? 'L? 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*?SS£: Lv DECE MBER 16. 1949 tff h Zionists Lr llardin I rtinZ:" !1>! "" w>" be the 1 shlomo Bardin, director rtVandeis Camps, Zionist fe e ra mnB camps, when he I "ST luncheon club of K ,; Reach Zionist District fcdav December 21, at K Mrt Mendelsohn's LinICor 2 Lincoln Road. MiStone, presiJ I „f the Haifa f % %  „ Israel and I American E Youth ission. T, attcriKKm %  M will b( I al attorney, Li Shapiro, and Murray Eton will present a report Krnatior il Zi nist news. S. %  Goodman, chairman of the ideis Camps t ir this area, will Ct of honor. C public is invited. •til Miolom Ian* llruiwli Ifnuka brunch will be givip committee t -'p]e Beth Shi lorn on SunrDecembi i 18. at 10 a.m., in %  '•err.pU | cording to an loncemenl by Judge Kenneth %  membership chairman. ers and their fedhave been invited to atul to witness (special Chanuka play which | be presented by the pupils leih Sholom religious school, inch. The juniorIchorus of I ligious school render several traditional luka ngs and the PTA of [school be in charge of %  Chanuk which will be I part the brunch jctor At Old Location I Miami's gourmets are Mir.mg the return of Victor to his old location at Coral ly and 3tth Ave. Formerly Iv.n as The Drum. Victor's will fsue the same policy of serving fines: of foods at reasonable IM:. NIX YOUR H^i strhridian Construction Of Hebrei^SdiooT^ifc By Miami Beach Center Is Begun PAGE FIFTEEN Roth II To Ho hi hamika Affair Booths are now being constructed for the Beth El Chanuka rnival to be held at the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. th Ave., on Saturday evening and all day Sunday, December 11 and 18. Handmade articles including '".vs. aprons, artificial Dowers, cake, and foods will be on sale. Pony and airplane rides, as wel as many games will be featured for children. Mrs. Edward Schlbssler Is general chairman of the even:. Assisting her are Mrs. Herman Cantor. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weiner. Alfred Perl. Albert Zisman and Murray Shulman. Food served on Sunday afternoon will i).' cafeteria style. IN ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS SECTIONS IN MIAMI Delicatessen and luncheonette counter; dairy products and delicacies; corner store, full equipped v/ilh stainless steel fixtures. Making a net profit of about S500 a week. This moneymaking business can be purchased outright or owner will consider a 50 partnership with someone who can take an active part. FEUER & EISENSTEIN, Realtors W. I. FEUER 235 Lincoln Road •TKP.Si iXAT.IZF-D SERVICE" LEO EISENSTEIN Telephone 63.85SS Ground breaking ceremonies for the Hebrew School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center were held Monday morning, December 12, at James Ave. and 171h St. Raymond Rubin, chairman of the Hebrew school building committee, is shown turning the soil as (left to right) Mrs. Harry Rogers, president of the sisterhood; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Harry Sirkin, president of the center, look on. WITH CANADA DRYy GingerAle / %  FORM | r Din ', BOTTLE U4H The construction of thi Hi School for the Miami Beach Jewish Center was started Monday morning after impressivi ground breaking ceren James Ave.. north of 17th St.. Miami Beach. The plans prepared by Architect Leonard H. Glassi r call for a two-story 15-classroom building adjacent to the main synagogue structure. Participating in the ground breaking ceremonies were Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the congregation: Mrs. Harry Rogers, president of the sisterhood: Harry Sirkin. president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center; and Raymond Rubin, chairman of the Hebrew school building committee. — ^ —^—— ——.^—^—————^^^ Gerstein Memorial The board of the Miami Beach Woman's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged recently voted to honor the memory of the late Max Gerstein. brother of Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president of the auxiliary, by contributing ti 'Sidney Appel Medical Fund. The fund provides for all thi li needs oi the esidents hi mi Mr. Gi teii last week in Mi v Y k :ity It is i • • the bu'lding will be i i] ancy February 1. 1950. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S ^'ir Your Grocer For Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances UMfuAl FURNITURE Co. 1200 Cora! Way VICTOR'S "FOOD FOR THE EPICURE" has returned to Coral Gables where he is again serving superb dinners at moderate prices Cora) Regis, Coral Way at 36th Ave Res. 48-4224 Radio ~~\ r ~~ Dispatched • DEPENDABLE • SAFE • ECONOMICAL • EFFICIENT • CONVENIENT Ask About Our Services Today! L V h Established 1925 HUMORED m CK SFMCEJNC. P.O.BOX 1028 • MIAMI 6. 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DAY DECEMBER 16, 1949 pie Israel Will 2 College Dance Es sati sn-aa K friends are .invited tc l* !" sfkriciia>n PAGE TWENTY-NINE the annual holiday dance felole Israel sponsored by its ZSSA on Saturday, December KnHal Will be especial-. for the traditional %  K5 "d an eight-piece I lav for the dancM n ,id viichelson, director I ",; Foundation at the n Miami, is assisting for the event, the University's |] P honor guests. K ,;,,,. hood committee \ rinual function are and LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE GARRY KIc.H I NORTON BENIS N. w. 31-1 Avenue "' •' to Hi' your Co-Parti %  llluV. —— 1 I "I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION the Circuit Court ,„• i,.„i.. county, ,,r thT cTreultCouVtVbade County. ;'^'VH' U ; !;' ; L DAVID BOSSEB ELIZABETH ROSNEB IN THETMRCTIT COURT OP Till SAMUEL M ROSNEB SAM I HI. 8LOTSICK BLANCHE SI.' ITNK'K PR ED K SHOCHET ETHEL SHOCHET MYEBS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys i.i! Applicants hairman, and I Colman A. ZwitI ; l. Henry E. Wolff. T* Holtzberg. Bertha Levy. C Simonhoff, Adolph WIT%  I1TH JIMVIV-IAI CIRCPIT IS AND ^"^ % % %  ^^^ .. KOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA % %  -%  %  IN CHANCERY, No. 128607 i •RMAN, HELEN BROWN KII'I.KY. Plnl tlfl ORDER OF PUBLICATION vs WILDER II, KII'I.KY. DefendIN THE CIRCUIT COURT DP --• NAME LAW I YEN > ., %  ^^UiV.'nandMissHaV-:?^£*"* I 2:30 p.m. 1 r %  „.„,, • Hostesses will be members of the Ida HENRY \| LISIKCKI I '> %  %  • fl i Ill : • : %  in in ,."' .'' nnt Y'T. WILDER II RIPLEY, 1302 .... I*n \vi ;.-. 'algary, All., i la, Canada hen by required to file ai %  the vi dlvoree mi "H or bef I ii i-ember 23rd, ^^_^^^ I '• l %  • %  nr a default will lie entered NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Cantor Berele Kelemer will if, Acloipn Weising Chanuka songs at the Jewbner. Louis Zeientz, Maurice I is h Home for the Aged on Sunr ... \i ; ss. William Leh-; _, 3 „H Mice H„. d yDecember 18. at 2:30 p.m. L; : ladies auxiliaries to the home and refreshments will be served and gifts presented to residents of the home. Leo Steinman and Joseph W. Malek are in charge of the program. LEGAL NOTICE %cbbs i 'liapter UMeei Dee.SI ffhe next regular meeting of Lbbs Chapti B'nai B'rith (oung WCIMH n, will be held %  ednesday. December 21, at 8 Ci at the hi mie of Miss Charlite Sandier. :7.i8 S.W. 23rd St. iDebbs membership is now open id all girls between the ages of I and 25 arc invited to attend v meeting. Further information U be obtained bv calling Miss T HAROLD EDWARD GATES, film. Schwartz at 48-1264 or wmn'^''""',, ill'' W M fti Marcia Simonoff at 82-0112. you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to A Chanuka program will be '"•' >'*""' appearance .. answei in the resented. Mi.-.Doris Klein is in '.!'!! ,f ', '' %  "'" %  Divorce n this ... „ i ... cause mi ..! i..-i lanuan 13th, iarge of thi piogrim and will i960; otherwise said Bill of Complaint [assisted bv Mrs. Simonoff. will be taken .iconfessed by vou ins Schwartz. Doris Brown 1 ..,".':'>' K ., VN ", l .', l: ", l:l:l;l Ice Charlotte Sandier. •| in-: ELEVENTH .H'DICIAL CIRCUIT i IF FLORIDA, IN ASII PI IR DAI >E COCSTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 12X511. WILLIAM C. NORTH, Plaintiff, vs. MARY MIUINK KELL NORTH f. ndant. Ti i M w:Y I.i it* IKE KELL Ni IRTH, It F l> No I, Box 239, Signal Mo u tain, Ti nnessi i Vi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause foi divorce, on or before Deputy Clerk. I the 21st day of December, 1949, otherulse .. Decree Pro fonfesso M II be entered igalnsl you. DATED this 21st day ol November, E. B. LEATHERMAN, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "'•'' k f '''""'' '' '• NAME LAW (Circuit Court Seal) NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that B > h %  GOULD, the undersigned, des g to engage in ,.„._ ....... ••i-n'> LlerK. business under the fictitious nan,.of 8A M J %  '•,',! ,!'>,>' A '""""v Donna Lea Studio at ::il Lincoln *: .' >•;> >"'i'i D'oldlng Road, Suite 214-215, -Miami Beach, : vl! '"'"Florida igainsl ...i i'.,'. \. •, !.. i21 st, 19in. E, i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk "f the Circuit Court. II 'In ull I'l.iiii Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Si IRM \N I: I.YI INS VI I ilympla Building Miami, Florida II 25 i: 2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COfRT UK THE urn .itniciAi. ciRcriT IN \\i'. KOI! I.AHi: COCNTV, FI/IRIDA IN CHANCERY, No. I2H9I3 MYRTEENA AUDREY UATES Plaintiff, vs H.Mti.l.li EDWABDGATES. I ii'liNilanl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE i-i'i \TY JI'IMIE'S COCBT IN AND l"iil: DADE COCNTY, %  • -.,--..., ..•.... %  iRIDA IN PROBATE, No. Intend t,. register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Hade in i:. EST \ri: IF County, Florida. ANNA iKEHOE LEO STEINMAN I". •;,-.. I O. J. HUMMEL II 18-20 ]2 2-9-18 Florida I!. I" [During the Roman wars with lannibal. Rmi in women were irbidden to own more than one .nice of gold. J To a person landing on the \"" \\.'" la '" loon ihe earth would appear to pine, as Ihe moon shines to fcrtn ;nnabitant. %  I'll''nil I JACK \ i Ini :ih day ..I li.... ml..-!. K B LEATHERMAN, i "lerk of the %  'Iri'Uit Curt. "ill I S.'.ili Bj P .1 nol'l.D, I ii'putj i 'li i k. ABBOTT, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR JTHK ilia i Ml |;'|i iK THE I L.1A K.VTII .11 DICIAL CIRCUIT I t.Nll l< u: HADE COCNTY, |n/'l:il'\ IN CHASCERY. So. I : lit.. Plaintiff, vs. Attoln NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi.ii'i.i-i signed, (I-slilnti m engagi In h ne under Ihe fi.-i Itlous nan %  nl ii... I.... i,., I-' II i itui • i'" .ii :;• i ip.i I..,. k.i Blvd i M'.i IxK-ka, Fla intends In regtHl ei -.i a ii., in. \i a h lit, '. i. of the Circuit Court "( Dadf County. Florida Ml RRAY TAYLOR ISAAl li I|-"IK fm AppHi in' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to t-nga^*in business under the fictitious name of NOTICE TO CREDITORS LITTLE CEORGIA MARKET at 2339 IN nil'. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT s. w. :::'ml Avenue, Miami. Florida, In A ^" ''""" Al "' : COUNTY, intends! glster said name with the FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, So. clerk f ihiCircuit Court of IMII., -; :: ,. ,. County. Florida. In Re: KM All. nl' SAMUEL BooKoFF SARAH SCHWARTZ SINITSKY, (Sole Owner) also known as SARAH SCHWARTZ, WILLIAM I. BRENSER Deceased. Attorney for Samuel Bookoll To All Creditors and All Persons Havn/fg 12/2-9-18-23 Ing Claims or Demands Against %  Raid Estatl ORDER FOR PUBLICATION You, and each of you herebj IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE notified and required to preseni an> 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND claims and demands which you, or KOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— either nl you, ma) have against the IN CHANCERY. NO. 12S43'.. .-'.'• •' SARAH SCHWARTZ KRIST STANIC. Plaintiff, vs. YUBICA ed^See Section 120 of the siNITSKY. .,!>,. known as SARAH STANIC, Defendant. \ H 1949 KATHRYN ILE JEUNE, AExei uti Ix of i hi 1..1-1 Will and Tesl imenl of Alinn i Kehoe, I ''-.1 MILTON A FRIEDMAN ... foi Execut: i\ To All Cn-dltm and All Persons Having Clnims oi Demands \galnsl Said Estate: You, and eai'h of you, are hereby notified .ni'i required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, ma> have agalnsi the "-ii'of Anim '' Kel deceased, .,-• nf Cook County, Illinois, i'. the li. • \\ F Blanton, County .ludgi of Bade County, and file the same in liioffii • %  In the '"imi v i '"in Mm ii-.In Dade County, Florida, within eight %  tir months from the date of 'he first ; %  i it ion hereof, Said claims or contain the legal address •. ilmanl mil '" be -"i n '" ,,n,l ;.,-..'. fj foresaid oi same i loin Blsi iin Ituildlng 12 16-23-30 I 6-13 KATHLKEN I'oi.E. Defendant. P KATHLEEN COLE, H Dunatall %  • I" ORDER OF PUBLICATION "'• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fl'*' 1 „ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .'"I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. answer to the H.OKIHA IN CHANCERY. No I!| i %  Divorce in this uvu t fo'i 'he 9th day of HELLA LANDMAN. Plaintiff, vs %  otherwise said CHARLES LANDMAN, Defendant '••ini.ii :i ill be taken as i TO: CHARLES LANl'MAN *-.! Ke ... la I X! tDERBD at Miami. Ill %  'lav nf I I.-, .nil,, i. III LEATHERMAN. "I the Circuit Court, proll court .-. .,ii H M W, STOCKING, %  fXA IRKOTT 1>pp,,,y Ctork T-' -iff. -in. ..In R, pimi l:, KT? R DER OF PUBLICATION hipv,.!. R ,IT COURT OF THE l(;"u', KNl '" ""DICIAL CIRCUIT EgjJ I IN CHASCERY, No. rj'. 1 '. 1 "'. '"I.MNS. Plaintiff, vs. fci,--u',.'"LINS Defendant. Is,,, '' "" "-INS. C/0 O. K, Shell I "' 'l!.. Neville, Tin1 '" *RK HEREBY NoTIK 112.'. Lexington Avenui N.-w York, Ne York YOU ARE HBRhBY ordered '•• rile v our apiiearance oi answei l the Bill of Complaint for .1 iv..i. •filed again.-! you b\ HELLA LANl'MAN -n nr before the 13 >Li> ••' Jaiiuarj 19..I". othei wise the alii gallons of said bill will be t.ik.n ..confessed agalnsi DONE AND ORDERED U>is 13 'lav of December. 1949 R I! LEATHERMAN. i '|, i, ol Ihi I'lri ill Court < C,rou '' "SJ'K. j GOULD, DeplltJ Clerk GEORGE .1 TALIASOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff IL' 16-23-30 1 •'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN : U Hi.undersigned, deslrins '•• engage in -. undei the fli litlo is name • %  Consti ui Hoi i 'enter at 1418 20th St Miami Beach, Intend I naid name Ith the Clerk of thi I 'li nit i'.,mi ,,f Dade County, Florida. R It IDLER IRENE ADI.ER 12 2-9-16 -23-30 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lltli JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, So. 128480. VICTOR ADDON1ZIO, Plaintiff, vs GRACE ADDONIZIO, Defendant. TO: GRACE ADDONIZIO 107 Bay 5oth Strei I Brooklyn, Se York VOI" ARE REQUIRED to appear to SCHWARTZ, deceased, late ••! Dade YOU. YUBICA STANIC, are hi ebj County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. required to file your appearance in BLANTON, County Judge of I>ade rlie above divorce action on or before County, ;iii ol !'••• T, 1949; otherwise N Vi| k N ^ v v< „ k )N A jjrj FOR DADE COUNTY Hi. allegations thereof will be taken you ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO FLORIDA. — IN CHASCERY, Nn. ...ifrssed agalnsi yon i: R LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Clr nil Court, H*l • lil "oui' Seal' m i: ii RICE, n:. 11. put* Clerk. GEORGE -I TALIANOFP. Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR • .1 i:r >F THE N THE CIRCUIT COURT %  > • ELEVENTH JUDICIAL t'lR. I II IN AND FOR DADE .' N '. %  • i.-1 i .I'll. \ IN CH \N< ERY. No HEREBY NOTIFIED to ^8885 'nee in the above vi 1. n<: A RET I V RENE DAVIS Plain 1 "-e, on or before M f|, f "va IUNIEL M-DoWELL .", ,'' %  January, 1M0, otheri KAVIH IR Defend Pro i'n„f.. uu .. ,eiii lu. -\ .: '. ii'L'i i NOTICE TO CREDITORS IS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I" Rl '|SAND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PRtlBATE, No. In'i.v ESTATE tK LOUIS STEIGKR, T Vll'c edit' .""l A 'l Persons Having CUM,,." Demands Against Said „ ol you, are hereb, VPPEAR I" the Bill'of Conipl.iint of 1L'S7". Mot tsage Foreclosure filed against you JOSEPH LOZITO, Plaintiff, vs in He above styled cause, on or lie-' ELEANOR LOZITO, Defendant, fore December 19, 1949, which mortYou, ELEANOR LOZITO, hunnym ii,bers the following deside Avenue, Shrub Oak, New York scribed personal property situate and %  o Sheeley, or Box 534, Shrub oak. being In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: New York, are notified t" file your l French Settee; l Oak Desk: appearance In the above cause for dl1 Green OS Settee; 2 Antique vorce on the 2nd day of January. Hi'lilinvs 4 Red us Walnut A I' 1950, otherwise decree pro ••'>nCliTilis-' l Qnalitv Gas Stove; i fesso will inentered against you Cold Spot Refrigerator; l PorDated iiiis th day "f November, celaln Top Whits Table; 1 Singer AD IMI. Sewing Machine No. AF 218663; E. B. LEATHEBMAS, Clerk. and^SoXtrCrea'm^uo,. 0 ^ MILT, -N A KRlEi 'MAN." 'AVIV. "* i \ntiuue Oak Desk; l Mahogany Reynold I'M". Dresser; i Petty Point Gold Leaf i2-l-ll-H M.;;;"ii,ue 3rZ r A"Tti. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I %  Iniiles.sn 'will ll. IUHJO""" "' "" I ith day ,,r December, B. EATHERMAN. •'lei k nf circuit Court. -.Ill 11} M. C. FEIGE, ( %  JiiTi • ,. v ., Deputy cierk >• %  :%, .\ 1 Attorney ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^o Jewish Floridlan soJ* your legal notices. We appreciate your Nonage and quaranJH accurate senrlce at •til rates. Phone 2-1141 n^asengejr serrice. TO: DANIEL McIMlM El DAVIS. ID. Denlson Stri • .,1.' i tenison .-•.' Italiiiimre. Maryland Yi.C ARE HEREBY N-'iil' 1 • file you. BPIe.i BiKi nr .ns. utsoTotSerwIs, said hill %  ; ;' % %  ; *'J":v '•'^".. %  ';:r: 1 ;,:r'. ,, i ;• "'/LINETN,'' Ki'i'i-v ; ; Kim i.la. II:12th da) ol "' K P. LEATHERMAN Clerk ol 1949. V .: ..1.14... tli.ll '.ll'ii' '*' ""'"':f;, "—'• ts !'y%. ,i of the ; %  ;, %  ;! MARX M FABER i Attorney for Plaintiff .-• Si on 120 nl n2 r „ n(rreM Building MARX M FABEB Attorney for Applicants C. FEIGE. Deoutv Clerk Congress l.ldg. II 23 12 2-1-16 (Circuit Court .ai r.s M PER IE, K' 1 ., \ 11 1949, .:,K'STEI.;I:R. f the Estal Miami, Florida II 23 12 2-9-16 ORDSR TO APPEAR IN THE CIBCUIT culler OF THE I till .H'DICIAL CIRCUIT olFLORIDA. IS AND KOR DADE SJ'STY — IN Ul The W in' li s,..i. Miami, ,.,.• Apt* %  "'-"•;' %  T'',',', Dated November K, 1949. Fla., ""!, "',< ,, r B. B. LEATHERMAN. ''"""' y "MESNIB PRIMER. Snle Owner WE1NSTKIN. WEIS8TEIN WEINSTEIN Attorneys for aiM •" 420 Lincoln Road 12/9-16-21-nO 1/6 :;'. £}"Zia na with tbj OJ* • a ^S the Circuit Court [he Circuit Court ol Dad. .. (Clrcu t ctourt fleal). B '•''"'"'• MANS GRODNEB y Deputy Clerk. IMIROTIIY S. GBODNBW RK RNARD HUTNER H"R< wiir J, iFFE All"-..•} %  fo. AjjRHeaiits ,,„„ nl ayne Biag. Miat •• Wa u 2S j:.-:-'--'" BERNARD Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympla Bulkling Miami, Florida v v ii H It/W-H), .,* E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk


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w J %  i • PAGE TWENTY-TWO *Jenisii Fk>ridiain Letters To The Editor nUDAY.DECEMmm,. (Continued from Page 19^ dual. One felt that perhaps the good rabbi missed completely the symbolism and expressiveness to the ordinary individual, of tin lucustoms surrounding the use .if such ordinary things as "Schnapps" and snuff tobacco— customs which he annihilated with a superior ridicule. Perhaps, the rabbi overlooked the fact thai these articles have been instrumental in fostering and developing SUCjl ordinary virtues as hospitality, neighborliness, warmth between man and his fellow man. and a feeling of social responsibility, as well as being a foundation or background for discussions and exchanges of opinion. The picture of the average I'hasidie Rabbi that one carried away, was that of a faker and charlatan who succeeded in maintaining his leadership by clever deception. Even the admitted Chasidic contributions to our Jewish philosophy and way of life were so submerged by the surrounding ridicule that it was negligent. N.iw. I am positive that Rabbi Grauer did not at all intend to portray such an uncomplimentary view of Chasidism and its effects. I am convinced, that his complete familiarity with the subject matter, plus the handicap of a time limitation, caused the rabbi to take for granted much that was valuable and praiseworthy. and to show an angle or facet that left the listener with a feeling that the speaker was scoffing. criticizing, ridiculing and mocking a movement that emphasized the heart of the individual from his own exalted seat of learning where only the head rules. It appeared to be the condescending ridicule of the Tzadeck by the Talmud Chachum of the righteous n bv the man of learning. It might be a splendid idea if Rabbi Grauer were to undertake a series of more extended talks in this, and similar subjects, with a question and answer period to follow. I am certain that everyne attending would be as completely absorbed as I was. and '. 'aid feel ., sen.se of spiritual enrichment and satisfaction, since the rabbi possesses a free and easy style of delivery, that sucee Is in conveying dignity, without being stifl and forma] He is a master of his subject, his vocabulary is excellent and he is able. therefore, to give just the right shade of meaning to his ideas Also an excellent facultv for simplification and analysis, makes the rabbi's talk easily absorbed by the listener. And finally, his charming mannerisms and friendly voice succeed in maintaining B degree of interest so that one li aves with a feeling of time wellspent. Sincerely yours, GEOIUIE GOLDBERG. Sexton. Beth David Disturbing Editor. .Jewish Floridian \ very disturbing factor has •crept into the present vital issue of Jerusalem. It is very baffling why our Zionist leaders in this country have kept it under cover. and I mean all shades of Zionism, the General Zionists, the Labor Zionists, and even the Mizrachi, who should have been in the forefront to raise that issue. I can understand the motives of the old British Mandate Government trying to tear away the old Historic Jerusalem from the Jews. For. despite every edict. Jews continued to pray at the old "Wailing Wall" and to blow the Shofar on Yom Kippur. Despite British jailings and other obstacles, religious Jews, young and old. continued to visit the old Holy Shrines. After the U.N. spectacle of partitioning Palestine, the British immediately went to work to cut off the Old Historical Jerusalem from the rest of the city. By arming Arabs and setting them up as sentries at the various gate entrances to old Jerusalem, thousand of Jews were isolated from the rest of the city. The British then adopted a new trick. Pretending to act as saviours, they promised to guarantee the evacuation of the Jews from the old city. The religious Jews, young and old, despite hunger and privations, refused this "noble gesture" of the British. They stayed on. and Jewish blood flowed freelv for the defense of the old city. This heroic epic of the defense of old Jerusalem by the old and young Jews who never in then lives learned the use of weapons, and yet. fought heroically, has yet to be told. Eventually the Israeli government ordered the evacuation of the old city of Jerusalem. It is now over IS months since the evacuation took place, and the Israeli government now fighting the proposed internationalization of Jerusalem talks of a "Jewish Jerusalem" or a "New Jerusalem." The old Psalm 137 "If I forget Thee. O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its cunning," certainly never referred to a New Jerusalem that was not in existence. It referred to the old his. torical Jerusalem, (now in the hands of the barbaric Bedouin Abdullah) the resting place of the Kings of David, the Wailing Wall and other holy Jewish shrines. This new conception of "Old Jerusalem" and "New Jerusalem" | fostered by the present Israeli government should be challenged by the leaders in the Zionist movement. There are no two Jerusalems. All of Jerusalem belongs to the Israeli government. ; and when Jews all over the world repeat the prayer of "L'SSKTI %  \ Habo Birusholayim," they mean [ "all" and "one" Jerusalem. Sincerely. HY SOOTIN. PETE GASCOYNE ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. 2851 S. W. 31st Ave. Mia m BILT-RITE VENETIAN BLIND CO. 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%  % %  ^ffs^ ^^^o^T&S W^^^^xsSs^£-" S-ST % % %  TSSftg^By g l ^Bi j KSsa ^Kya > %  DECEMBER 16,1949 GREATEST UJA NATIONAL coNFERENcTi^i^^~T^^r ^JEWRY TO MEET NEtP ^jroT^NG $^ 55 "?g PAGE SEVEN Hebrew School Schedule Chanuka Latke Party The Miami Hebrew Si h iol and Congregation h %  i ,„„. ka latke party for Sunday, Di 7 p.m. at the si I 1101 S.W. 12th .V.' S : and mean mittee. Proceeds will g towards round fui I II irrv Mink ifl iover-all • re Mrs. Ben Sok H and Mrs i Stoi itions. The greatest National Conference ever held to Ippeal campaign met in Atlantic City, N. J.. rts of the country resolved that American Jewry •el. Europe. North Africa and the United States derence. which proved to be the most repreIJatrican and Israeli leaders: (Top photo, left to %  Judge Mortis Rothenberg, National Chairman o' Inu Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., of N. Y.: UJA IUJA National Chairman William Rosenwald, whc Ifcw Americans. (Bottom left) Mr. Morgenthau. In UJA General Chairman following a drafi Ipitnlations of Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe [Twentieth Century Fox Films, and Dr. Albert Weed the reconstruction of Jewish life in Israel determine the size and scope of a United Jewish where 1.650 Jewish communal leaders from all must do its full share toward meeting needs in totalling S272.455.800 for 1950. The UJA National sentative ever held was addressed by distinguished right) UJA National Chairman Dr. Jonah B. Wise; the UJA and United Palestine Appeal; CongressGeneral Chairman Henry Morgenthau. Jr.; and is also Honorary President of United Service for who agreed to serve for a fourth successive year movement among the delegates, receives the conSharett. (Right) Spyros P. Skouras, President of Einstein, who strongly urged the Conference to as a most compelling task for 1950. [ %  nior 4.roii| To oiiMir Partv inemot;> : the junior congreP of the Miami Hebrew I rid C mgregatton will I ( %  i ika party on Sat|kv. December 17. at 7:30 p.m. rumpu: room of the school I 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. I f -•• %  %  .ffair. according Mttkers ol the junior group good fellowship pn? the members of the organic and ti> i.rlp build up memfship. IfcT.es. sntertainment, refreshF> u and dancing are on the f -on is free to all \ between the ages J [*• and 17 in Kit ber is adviser to the Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Bucayne Bldg. Ph. 3 4618 or 4-9981 See or phone me tor your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 KOSHER DINING ROOM Catering to Parties 5-1264 727 COLLINSAVE. £i$i OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UI *> MMWWW %  >*<" """"' BORSCHT ... SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Dletributed by Palm Distributor*, Inc. ,4 N.E. 24th St.. Miami Pncne 3-6866 DF SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT A Modern. Steam-heated. Fireproof Hotel. All Rooms with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator and Telephone Service. Physiotherapy massage colonies —mineral baths and allied treatment*. 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 I Ro.'-rrr itlU %  %  1" TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER it'orld famous KOSHER CUISINE Bring the family moderate prices %& o*" 0 CONDITIONED DRINK'PLENTY OF CT^ripure W: Wattr 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 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS ^ h ft' -Ok / SERVING $mm#^ GREATER j ^^ Q\ 1^^ MIAMI i IMILKCREAM • ICE CREAM] MLLK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 li&S fcu LONDON ARMS rf Join Oev oii> to Wcek |„. ten %  Sfcff ** d Save ^ c dY v ear eT | d W enSe e tc ^ a e S\esl _, unts insured up 50c s\.oo ss.oo S2.00 sio.oo S25.00 S50.00 5100.00 SIO.OO 5500-00 Savior 8 Accov Chose Federal Savings 1100 Lincoln Roae7435 Collins Ave. FREE SANTA BALLOON FOR THE KIDDIES I



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PAGE THIRTY +Jm4s& fk>rktlairi FRIDAY, DEnrMpj^ ft \ *• =v 3 I .^in. Opera Tickets Now On Sale Tickets for the Miami Opera Guild presentations of "Tosca" £nd the double bill of "Pagliacci" and "Secret of Suzanne" are now on sale at the guild ticket office on the third floor of Burdine's Miami store near the bridge and at three other Greater Miami locations, guild impresario Arturo di Filippi announced this week. "Tosca," featuring Metropolitan Opera soprano Stella Roman, George Chapliski, and a leading tenor soon to be announced, will be presented in the Miami High School auditorium January 14. 16. 18 and 21, Dr. di Filippi reported. The double bill will present Metropolitan stars Kurt Baum. Robert Weede. Hugh Thompson and Mary Henderson in "Pagliacci" and Lillian Shelby in "Secret of Suzanne." It is scheduled for March 18. 20. 22 and 25 in the school auditorium. All performances will be opulently mounted with scenery designed by outstanding local artists, di Filippi asserted, and there will be a chorus of 60 voices, coached by the impresario and by chorus master. Otto Mrazek. Tickets at $2.46. $3.08. $3.69. $4.31 and $4.92. including all taxes, are on sale also at the Miami Beach Radio Co., Amidon"s Music Store in Coral GaDles, and Cordelia's Book Shop in Miami. Dr. di Filippi pointed out that regular Opera Guild subscripttlon.-v runuinn from $1000 to $10 a e available and may be ob:;.intd by phoning the guild office at 3-5967 or the ticket office at 9-1332. Dance Committee Meets A meeting of the Temple Israel •.cllege dance committee was held Monday. December 12, at 10 a.m. at the Tritun Hotel, acding in Mis. Isaac Levin. tairman. Mrs. Bertha Levy was tess tn the group. NEWMAN'S SIGNS "WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 GEORGE P. KARNEG1S ROYAL BAKING COMPANY 601 N. W. 7th Street LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 GREETINGS UTHIITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 —~ Haitian Hotel To Open Dee. 20 Tropical Haiti's newest hotel, the Roosevelt, is nearing completion and is scheduled to open December 20, one week after the official inauguration of Haiti"s international exposition. The new Roosevelt is located on Roosevelt Dr.. overlooking the famed bav of La Gonave. the harbor of Port-au-Prince. 200year-old capital of the Caribbean republic. It is only a half-mile from the exposition grounds, a seven-minutes' drive from the downtown district and about ten minutes from the airport. The new hotel has 50 double rooms and baths, besides its •'Palm Club" cocktail room, casino, spacious lobby and public rooms. The building occupies a site of seven and a half acres, only 200 feet from the bay. Haitian Architect Marcel St. i Villard is creator of the hotel's design, which is ultra-modern in everv respect More than $300,000 in building materials and equipment for the Hotel Roosevelt was purchased in Miami and some 15 shipments by chartered vessel were made to Port-au-Prince. A complete shipload of Miahipurchased hotel furnishings, equipment, linen and silver left Miami last week by chartered steamer for the new hotel. Value of the shipment is approximately $45,000. All the furniture for the 50-room hotel was made in Miami. Owners and builders of the hotel are the Solomon Kovler estate, represented by Abe Berish of Miami Beach, and Alfred Gottesman, Miami Beach capitalist. Originator of the project was the late Solomon Kovler. Miami importer of Haitian goods for many Aljred Gottesman years, who was stricken with a heart attack shortly after planning the hotel. DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Mil. 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PAGE EIGHT *Je*ist norkiiar i %  f £^LP_ ECE MBER 15. Louise Krupsaw Betrothal Told Personally Speaking Dr and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner announce the birth of a daughter. Lee, on December 5 at Biscayne Hospital. The mother is the former Esther Shochet. daughter of Mrs. Ethel Shochet and the late Louis Shochet. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. b. Gardner. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple, 2035 S.W. 21st St. are their daughter, Mrs. Sharon Robbins, and her son, Bruce, of Chicago, who will be here for several weeks. %  *. -fc Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster announce the birth of their son, Ira Alan, whose bris took place Monday, December 12, at their home, 200 S.W. 19th Ave. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Meskin of Bronx, N. Y., maternal grandparents, made the trip here for ihe occasion. Rabbi Meskin was sandek; Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer, godparents; and Rabbi L. Lehrer, mohel. Among the guests were Rabbi Krulowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer and Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Hyman V. Hecht, son of Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, will arrive Sunday to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Hecht, an honor student at the Long Island College of Podiatry, recently won a scholarship award. Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Celia! Rubin, 2445 Flamingo Place, Miami Beach, have as their guest Mrs. Sarah Shapiro of Chicago. The bris of Jack Elliott Rosenblatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, took place last week. The mother is the former Erma Edelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman, 905 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. -fc -fc Mrs. Blanche Schechter and her two sons recently returned from New York. Aaron Bergman, pioneer West Palm Beach resident, is confined to his home by illness. Mrs. George Mirkin of West Palm Beach left Monday for -.tended trie Uriivi rsitj ; Steubenville, Ohio. She was called by the illness of a sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. Simon have returned from Massachusetts to spend the season in Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Rabinowitz, 2597 S.W. 26th Lane, announce the birth of a daughter, Barbara Sharon, on December I Frt Commerce a? North•* Do ? r /' Hospital. Coral Gables. Paternal grandparents are western University, where he was Mr and Mrs^J. M. Rabinowitz of Miami and maternal grandaffihated with Phi Epsilon in : %  nity. He served in the na Babette Woffe Betrothed To (;. \ (i — Anlm Louise Krup i The betrothal of Miss I. K: upsaw of Miami Beach and Washington, D. C, to Morton D. Stub ns, lias been announced by her %  • ither, Mrs. I. J. Mazo, 4470 H. ;•: i Palm Ave., Miami Beach. ..'.; ,.:id M: s. Ma/.i > will bi at l c icktail party at their home i n S nday, December 18. from %  i I 6 p m. in honor of the bndeelecl .: Krupsaw graduated from the Lear School. Miami Beach, and I ".tended the University of %  1 .. where she was a member i : Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority Sh president of the Colman A. Z.vitman B'nai B'rith Young W i Group of Miami Beach, The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Stubins, East Orange. N. J.. : ance is a graduate of *fc* Babette Wolfe Miss Babette Wolfe will be feted at a cocktail party on Sunday, December 18, given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe of Miami, in honor of her betrothal to Charles Anthony Gross. Miss Wolfe attended theversity of Miami. Mr. Gro head of the advertising agJ bearing his name. Januaw 15 1S the date se< the wedding. : 1 ree and .. half years and hi th< :ank of lieutenant (J.g.i. wedding will take place F< y 5, 1950. in Washington. Pi I parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robbins of Philadelphia. vy Hadassah B <& P Group to Sponsor Chanuka Dance' del P hia Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould, 320 Grand Concourse, Miami Shores, announce the birth of a daughter, Lauren Randall, on December 5 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. + Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff are spending some time in PhilaBabitch-Finburg Nuptials >rl lisid*' Ladk The second annual Cnanuka spons 'red by the Miami • -• and Professional Women'.Division of Hadassah will "....;;lace Sunday. December 18. a; t.ie Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. MaJ Malkin and his orchestra w ill play for dancing and a dance exhibition will be presented. yn Strauss is chairman of •..'.• event. The group held a theatre party on Thursday December 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the University of Miami Bi x Theatre, where "The Comedy of Errors" is the current production. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA Mrs. Courshon Will Fete Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Members Mrs. Aaron Courshon. chairman of the membership committee of the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah, will be hostess at a social afternoon on Tuesday. December 20. at 1:30 p.m.. at the Breakwater Hotel. Miami Beach. Members of the sisterhood and their friends are invited to attend. A special program has been planned, including entertainment, games and refreshments. Assisting Mrs. Courshon as hostess, will be Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness. president of the sisterhood, the members of the board of directors and the Mesdames Carolyn uonen, M. Gilbert, Jack C urshon and Arthur Courshon. as well as Miss Gloria Berry and Miss Evelyn Ell of the temple Yjung People's Group. VICTOR HOTEL Our famous AIR CONDITIONED DINING ROOM IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC tenting delicious STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS We are now accepting Reservations on the AMERICAN PLAN at reasonable rates. DANCE PATIO-MOVIES-TELEVISION Orchestra CALL 5-0041 12th AND OCEAN DRIVE Mr. Joseph Waldm.n— Owner The engagement of Marilyn Fisher to Charles Kramer has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher. Miami Beach and Davenport. Iowa. The bride-elect attended schools in Davenport and was graduated from Whitefield School. Miami Beach. Her fiance, the son of Mrs. Abe Levin and Paul Kramer. Chicago. 111., is a graduate of the University of Illinois and a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. Miss Edna Beatrice Finburg became the bride of Hymar. Babitch at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on November 19. A reception followed the ceremony The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Finburg. 621 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Babitch's mother is Mrs. Jennie Babitch, 1680 West Ave., Miami Beach. Daughters Of Israel To Meet December 22 Daughters of Israel will hold their first meeting of the season at the Helene Hotel. 1030 15th St., Miami Beach, on Thursday evening, December 22, according to an announcement by Mrs. Blanche Schechter. Puchkoffs To Be Hosts Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff will be hosts to members of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith of Greater Miami at a Chanuka celebration on Sunday. December 18, at 3 p.m. in the patio of their home. 1130 S.W. 9th St. Aaron Leibsch, former star of the Yiddish stage, will give a report on his recent trip to Israel. Give Latke Pan The newly organized Sis hood of the Northside Je^i Center will sponsor a Cha latke party at the North Mil Woman's Club, 454 N.E. 58th| on Sunday, December 18, p.m. Mrs. Henry Penchanskyl chairman of the event. Assisf her will be Mrs Harry Rollj and Mrs. Martin Weiss. 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nrcEM BER 16, 1949 Jin To Work On AIM. Program presentation At i .1A Conferen< director. Ini Jewish Federat ^h^trhridliar, PAGE TWENTY-FIVE M Franklin. ,, Democratic Education. • for rBIu^.P r.n scnted as a f the all day Combined Appeal inference being ^ bv the Greater Miami JsuiH Holiday (.plav Set For 17 To Jan. 2 : t0 eclacl. m Dadc County %  -i the I" :,lav season has Tten the huge display outt D:xu II Shway below Red tThisvear the display, from %ber 1T Janua 7 2 J outEven the past ones In beauty ds two notable features— usic and choral Prof. Clarke To Speak Prof, —"* re; i..-,..„. rroi ciarke will reing presented by the Ji int Dei book "CheaDise Appeal, fund-,.. Dozen" bv G Ipeth and American Jewish I .. an invited m fe'organ music from 9 a.m. throughout each day [ %  to is ally transcribed. At 8 in evening Mrs Martha Horton over personally at the Hamorgan playing until 10. :,,.nation faithfulchurch interior. Iieproduc. with models of con! n membi rs in the pews iteen "stained glass" winon, Sunday, December 18. at Westvi. ,. Country Club. "Blueprint for freed being presented bv the .1. ten the and Anti-Defamation League i E'nai B'rith. to highlight th gram of these agencies for combatting bigotry and building good hun-,;m relations among sons. Widely known in the : i radio. Franklin is prod ici and director of the "Lest Wi programs, now in • %  series. Recipient ol mi n tor outstanding publii servici contributions to radi We Forget" series an over more than 1.000 tions throughout the countrv Ii Miami, the "Lest Wi Fi rgel Tl American Dream" si .< is currently being aired ovei • WVCG. each Saturda\ I 5:30 p.m.. with thi I an being followed by a 15-n live panel discussion. On Saturday. Decembei 17. Franklin will be in'. station WVCG at 5 15 p n Edward Gaylor, stat director, and Bob Sti ven announcer, following thi "Lest We Forget" transcriptii n • ntitled "Chain Reaction." During the course of the Mmh'iii Women Initiate Fifty Edward Clarke of the 'yol Miami will be the %  •' r Saturday, Decem:';. at 3 :30, atth, sSa Uth St.. MiB'nai B'rith were initiated into Bell Unveiling Outd More than 50 new members of the Sholem Women's Chapter of : 0'„..: nv.:.i. •|.' : nd listen to • m 2-3.30. tu, lay afternoon the service order on Tuesday, December 13. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation. 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Max Shapiro officiated at the induction ceremonies assisted by Mrs Harold Rand, president mon'M ;,. ^Jj of the Women's Chapter The proL'ses." t-'"if.\ ana g ram included a vocal trio, composed of the Mesdames Irwin PTA Will Meet P irentthi Abkhool will Dei ber 16. Guesl i D Jess %  will : f Ch Idhood League Honors Mayor Tl %  • 3 • Civic League ol Miami presi nted Mayor WilWolfarth with its "Man ol the Month" award at a recent held at Billings on Coral nl Max Friedson annoum • d that this award will be mthly men ol Greater M ami who have rend' n d note.unitv. Weinstein, Ethel Rothlein, Monica Monheit with Mrs. Weinstein also doubling at the piano. New members were introduced by Mrs. Nat Strauss, membership chairman, and a report was heard from Mrs. Rand on the chapter's community service for the C( mlng year The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Bell, formerly of 843 Biscayne St., Miami Beach, will take place Tuesday. Decembei 20. at 1 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating.Survivors include his wife. two sons and three daughters. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Mrs. Einhorn Hostess Mrs. Harry Einhorn entertained the Beth David Sisterhood Board, at a brunch board meeting, at her home. 2400 Swanson Ave.. on Wednesday morning, Dec. 7. Final plans for the Chanuka \ cabaret dance, to be held on Sunday, Dec. 18. at the new Beth j David site, highlighted the morning's meeting. P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoia Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782 M. IS. t.AIIIIIS — ntervii i Franklin m Beiiaai, ire-1 will explain the background of Covering an area of twelve the production of the "Li si W, id.-ed sou., e feet, the Holsum Forget" scries are the larg"Chain Reaction" stars J Mrs. Braunstein Will Fete Journal Workers CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876 Mrs Hi Ii :. B n of 2908 in Dadc C unty, and repreBeck and is the story ol .. cynical Fl n D M imi Beach, will s of effort and BV thousand.' of dollars in r.ing and building. Thousands n the display. I a huge 8-foot wreath ti o; electric bulbs Ch surmounts the peak of the .. Buildn i year ovei forty thousand (iiors came to see the display. dphotographs were reproduced I many nati publications. It ktimated that this year's crowd Iviewers will sui pass last year's. (always.beautiful picture post%  ot the disolay are available [ill visitors The present Holdisplay, like the previous Kwas and executed the din it ion of Charles l • Using director [tie bake: v. %  it* Centi I pmber 16 %  A play %  of thi ,; %  % % %  per, I:.:.. *n. Maxine newspaperman who ti Is a new slant on human values covering the story ol .. si If-sacrificing atomic scientist. The Institute for Democratic Education, producer i t publicservice radio materials dedicated !o advancing intergi ations, is affiliated with the Anti-Defamation League of B'na: B'rith, Young Judaea To Mark llirllnlay The Young Judaeans and Seniot Judaeans oi Miami and Miami Beach will observi National Young Judaea Month on Tuesday. Decembei 20. at the Miami Beach Y and Wednesday. December 21, at the Miami Jewish Community Center, with a sp< ial Chanuka night, it has been announced today by Jean Nevel, j chairman of the Young Ju I Leader's Council. The month of Di c< mbi i has been designated Young Judaea Month to mark tin I ty-l rsl anniversat y of org ni; n. the 450 S.W. 16th; Jewish youth organizati a which m. on Friday, represents more than 15.000 young people thi ligl ut the United States. Miss Nevel revealed. Young Judai i is undei the a-.i-p'.ees o: : %  -\ %  Zionist Youth Commissi n Primarv objective I I Young Judaea Month. Miss Nevel said. is to acquaint the community with ah will be deYoung Judaea's intensive proN and seven yearg rarn c .n the American si ( ni and the recreational j is activities in suppi • i : the games, a treasyouth of Israel. and I' The Chanuka night f will be open to the pub!. \ be 1 t the first %  party of the ad joui i mittee of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Friday, December 16, at 1:30 p.m.. at her home. The party will take the form of a lessi rt lun nd will be foli I by games. All those who have sold $25 worth ol ads for the l's .,nnual journal havi bet n invited to attend, according to Mrs, Alexander Robbins sisterhood president. IladV Belrigerating Co.. Inc. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. 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vJcwwri L^BMBEB-l^We Capitol Spotlight ^J^htnoridUar PAGE TWENTY-SKVFNT By MILTON FRIEDMAN II „!vr:TON — Caribbean |AV ;I inte.-est.ng this V, .,,. itinerary includes Lela and Cuba, imerican businessman has jdfrom Venezuela with an JM tale of anti-Semitism i Vl l privately to memRcSg& in Washington t excesses of TMW Veni zuelan military He mentioned, quite infollv. ,lu peculiar fate of i.his storv. Venezuela ada trick!. i>f Jewish refufftom Germany in 1938. They Led m farming and other ocKons Recently, the military Ja'oiship of President Carlos frhaibaud shewed an interest llhe Latin-American "Jewish estimated 300 Jews were Jed up and exiled to feverled swamps somewhere in the vj Orinoco territory. White jcanonlv briefly survive the tand dysentery in this primi• region. shocked businessman reJ to a Jewish Congressman 'Spanish Dictator Francisco |KO is highly-regarded in oilVenezuela American oil manies. the Catholic Church I the U. S. State Department respected by the military ita which runs Venezuela. In the State Department supIts the new regime. Liberal mentJ in Venezuela are unipv. according to neutral obiter?. State Department voices Jong support of the doctrine of (nan rights and religious freeMaybe our Embassy in %  acas would do a little checkon human rights in Venea. Perhaps they would find I Jewish comn unity of VtmeItla unpersecuted and happy. } perhaps they would find 300 a. women and chi'dren dying [the swamps. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Ifor Better Health Visit the |Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulerard PHONE 7-7898 1 ALL ... THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Afolite Neon Sign Co. MO S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 ivesay Window Co., Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES MM S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-2503 American visas issued by U, s consular offices in Cuba been carried to this country by Jews with vehement objei I A question on the \ ,, s k, ••Race'.'" The word "Hel n written in the space pro\ although native-born Cuban J had described thou "white." This practice has boon definitely established in a i ber of recent cases H. J. L'Heureux, chief of the State Department's Visa D.\ has pointed out that the department does not request visa ipplirants to specify religious ference. He said such inquiry into a person's religious background is unauthorized by the department. Perhaps the U. S. Ambassador in Havana will have a talk with his visa clerks. E THE ELITE MEET" .^entic ChlMM Dishes | l 0NCHEONS DINNERS Bh ci ub Building 15 N. E. 3rd Av.nu. PHONE 2-2277 r^ Pu "P to Tals. Oui %r3&&&££MM Ardmi Aramore ri n expanded registration at Miami Beach Jewish Center religious schools is marked by installation n A f < ser vice ior y"th residing in Greater Miami Beach area. More than 300 children are enrolled in lne Jewish Center's religious schools. Fred Berkovitz. director education, is shown in pnoto at left as bus leaves its first stop in front of center building. 1701 Washington Ave. Curtain Will Fall On Biscayne Meet Dec. 24 In just about one week the curtain Will come down at the Biscayne dog track, terminating : the first part of its split meeting. December 24's program will be' the last at Biscayne until April II rolls around at which time the. sport will again take over and j run through June 1. a matter of 46 days. During the current meeting any Dumber of promising pups have been developed and when they' again hit the track in April there's sure to be some coming stars among them. No storv about the Biscayne | track would be complete without some reference to the world champion. Beach Comber. This fellow has Dassed the 80 mark in winning efforts and there's a possibility he'll make the century mark during the 1949-1950 season. He has won 43 races at Biscayne where he made his debut in [947. 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\ PAGE TWO vJtmist fhrSdHar • : %  %  ii %  '. %  I'll Say. This column, first published in The Jewish Floridian of January 7, 1949. is being reprinted by popular demand. Mr. Simonhoff's penetrating comments about The Christmas Tree are especially appropriate as Chanuka and Christmas approach. Spealti.-iLi to a lady, who p< I aye ent< n d a beauty contest, ist, I was treated to I .-ignetl 'hristmas sh luld be joint] ted as a £ d will towards our i %  aid this fr >m thi vpi I R il ni about J us than M si -. WI en 1 • u r Chanuka ci ndl. s should he %  • %  and hung on 1 une ol Peace to Christ v.' Christ) tas Tree J. If Mr. Gallup %  stigt :• I •• %  v< v would, I that t up in the homi way | %  the Temple n Y n Ki| • > other Ji •.'. as kikes; wh !" ^HECEMBER The Christmas Tree By HARRY SIMONHOFF %  ng %  ( hi stian Sci< nee: i neers ab ut Jews and Judaism in then mshed and grieved when i ai ry in church: wh %  • nated Jewish Appeal; who send Chris! her Jews: who never extended the slight victims of Hitler yet were eagi | : • is with bundles for Britain; who wi of the American Council for Judais i Im •• English accent is atrocious, vet affi I o Yiddish: who change their names 1 .'hen to Curtis: who send their children to Eth ulture schools; who object strenuously to the ti •c! Heor, -Ain Sunday Schools; who n occasions to eat Kosher meat: who sav that J %  uld nilt '•"" fl Public office: who seek admittance to hotels which flaunt on their masthead the legend, restricted clientele; who, though professed theists, join the Unitarian Church: who thi a mows of displaced Arabs; who complain ntel i tuals and crowd the end thi Harvard and ghters to Wellesley; who b ast that no one takes ate the transfer of the si •. ice to Sunday: who turn off th< Jew sh program c >n es on; who have never r to help build thi Si ti of Israel; n -.'. hi n anti-Si mil s slai lei Jews: ified when British fficers in Palestine were in ..; at on hoi whip] II Jews: who profess to ni interest in Jewish problems; who n< tend Si n P IO prate .. M 3 Is is menti C' ; r.-: '<.!> Symbol Lest I be called a downrighi g I let me expli : hristmi s tree, hung with gifts I • y the gi nial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful as ever has been devised. A symbol of osity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at est. As a ceremonial, we cai spirit of cheer, benevolence and charity just as the Ji wish artist can revere the perfections of Raphai I's mnas, or the power and sweep of the vast rama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo. of us feel the deepest religious emotions when we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would i ny one advocate placing a Mondonna in a synagogue? Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on Y im Kippur? The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that pens the day commemorating the birth of the Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing such carols as "Hail! Oh Hail! Oh. Glorious Morn. Christ the Prince of Peace is Born" possible place can this n • %  Wo 1 celebrations have in a Jewish home' Th thing ignorant, superficial or downrtahS 1 ^ appropriating the holiest experiences T*! religion. It is vulgar to imitat '. in <* strange ritual, without feeling the o 1 wrapped therein. 8 nuui( Our regard for the Chris;, | way differ lrom our atttitudi ? uld J of our neighbors. We con he relfl uplifting fa th that mak. ^? and civilization. How can we I sjnee that faith is deriv. h? Our respect for up in the answer the v. ;-.i expresses a wish to ei .:;'' !" i you chang. ? Your religion .-erve it sincerely, you wi thetlLS** %  • % % %  : >-— happiet' De Rabbi Kronish Named %  '• -i Kronish of Miami -' named chairman of •"•< %  p : :: • l' n p c immittee by n R. Winick. newly elected /' lent of thi S .ionist region, Judaism Our historic position hi .. ., ft J ty, though enoi .", ,' peoples, has no message for us. Our own fair, J old and respected before the birth of Jesus Its 1 is equipped to serve us c f, om j h s J to the grave. The inspiration of our mi !" -3 conceived it The labors of our best minds haifl v, l,,ped its theology as well as its wav y f 1 ft• iaith that has grown out of our history andbi tions best fits our national character, molded bvl situd.es of thousands of years. We are not *e to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our Decul genius, our own contribution to world's culture! The Christmas tree like the cross is a ni symbol of Christianity. The seven branched Menol burning the Chanuka lights radiating truth "fre and heroic self sacrifice is the Jewish svmbol JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Workmen** Cirele, To Fete OianiiiK Tilt Workmen's Circle Branch G92 and its Women's Club will tender a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chanin. who have been spending their four-week vacation in Miami Beach, on Wednesday. December 21, at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Chanin is director of the educational department of the Workmen's Circle, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Labor Committee and is well-known in all Jewish cultural circles. Refreshments will be served and no admission will be charged. All who desire to bid the couple farewell are invited. Pioneer Women Meeting Pioneer Wi men Club No. One of Miami Beach will hold a meeting on Tuesdav, December 20. at the Astor Hotel. 10th St. and ingt n Ave., Miami B to Mrs. Hi nry S T :;: A-ill alSl J n Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant 1301 Collins Aver.ue. Miami Beach WHERE THE FIX EST MEET TO DIXE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE 5-90S5 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear Ground-Breaking For Clinic Set For Friday An S8.000 legacy from Mrs. Ellen Z. Cheney, who died here last January, will be the down payment on a $28,000 clinic which the Dade County Society for Crippled Children will begin Friday. December 16. Ground breaking will take place at 10 a.m. at 159 N.E. 51st St.. adjacent to the Roosevelt School for Exceptional Children. Architects Steward and Skinner have drawn plans for the building without charge. The structure, to be one of the most modern in the South, will house a clinical treatment center, where physical, occupational and speech therapy can be given. City officials of Miami. Miami Beach and Coral Gables, representatives of social agencies and school officials have been invited to the ground breaking exercises in which two crippled children will participi Diamond Unveiling Thi : ,. monument Gi ii ge A. D : 1701 S W. 13th St., Sun : 18. at 2 p.m. the G Mi I Park th Ral J h to be i nt. SEITLIN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. 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PAGE TEN fJanist thrkHat) %  *_ s • %  v I I Vice President Barkley To Headline Federation All-Day Conference Sunday Z^LfECEMBQ, Jev ttee and Anl -Del Lei sue of : I pro(Continued Page 1) %  n on "Our Agi n \ u." pi ITS in thi ; x Meisel. • B Harold in. diSpaet, • %  [ the Instil •. 0 esilert .1 ii' nt. Mount Sina Hosp tal: Mrs Balkii Aa: n Farr, ] M... l National Coun Jewtion L frith. Sen : Harold Ungerl president. Jev sh S Bun Miami i [ill nS MiBel YMHA Stai %  C • • un\ • Mi yor L v, :. Ri d UUii st< • R %  •• '• I Evai i Re: lylo ity plannii I Fedtatioi WVCG: i. •• n will '• % % %  I '. Hot 1 t 73 ; nediati i Ireatii letter 1 Is North •. n at 2 p.m. 1 Bark R (ernstein this sesi B and G" :.gates print Fn t Defei lt< k a<*li Center To IIo ll >l'f iiiis %  .. : i Jew eet Moi leci 11 %  : ; ; %  %  TI .... ... ... • • %  nil be held • : v • •-' ... from the Miami Beach Jewnales and [ring w II la %  >up 5ii .. Chj nuka A Chanuk olayet will Is • %  nti I M ':', %  -.. ','. I Ginsl u harge of the pi iRefresh nl will %  %  .. I. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE WhIU and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — -8727 61 N. E. alh Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It'i Glais We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ get the honest full quart! jet Clicquot Club STILL 15* (Pronounced


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sfcsaBai t DECEMBER 16. 1949^ Harry Qraen J Gruen Will tome Bar Mitzvah ft. and Mis. Max Gruen, 1040 f 13th Avi'.. announce the Bar tvah of their son. Harry, on ferdav. December 17. at 9 a.rr. %  fee Miami Hebrew School and Ig-fgation. Rabbi Simon April officiateT,Bar Mitzvah attends Sht-nIdoah Junior High and is a Enter of Bov Scout Troop 85. Cch is sponsored by the Miami Brew School and Congregation. %  Relatives and fr.iends are in|ted to attend. lenorali Blessed li tables Center bpressive ceremonies were lid in the patio of the Coral fbles Jewish Center .on the eve I Chanuka when Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Joseph Malek la chorus from the daily HeVK school blessed the six-foot hanuka Menorah in the presence Lgiembers oi the board, sisterr and uffiliatM-youth groups. large, bronze Menorah was ented to the congregation by |i.aid Mrs. Abe Harris and will •used at the annual Chanuka Moor ceremony. Community ficials and leaders were present i joined in tlie social hour unite auspices of the Youth sup. The annual Chanuka ildren's festival will be held mday. December 18. at 10 a.m. eth Sholom Ladies To feet Wednesday [Next .(pen meeting of Sisterly Temple Beth Sholom will place on Wednesday, Denber 21. at 1.30 p.m., according an announcement bv Mrs. [Meander Rubbins. president, w meeting is open to sisterhood lembers and friends. I Dessert luncheon will be served i the temple's banquet hall and JProgrsm of Chanuka songs will ••i gl i' en by slste rhood members 'the religious school glee club. %  Emanuel Goldstrich is sisterly Program chairman. Spector To Speak : Jonathan Spector, Miami ch naturopath, will speak unrie auspices 0 f t h e Vegetarian iZI n ""''"I'ng in Nature" Prday. December 17. at 8 p.m. ii.i. P r ni Zil Outdoor Forum, St.. Miami Beach. The WM invited. Mrs. Myers (nves Welfare llopori Public assistance payment* made through the State and DK tnct Welfare Boards directly .f fected 132,336 persons in Florida in November, according t„ M rs Stanley C. Myers, who is chairman of District No. 9 Welfare Board. Here in Dade County, 4.375 persons received old age assistance while anothe2.85;, children received the benefits which come through the aid to dependent children program. There were 150 persons who received aid to the blind The average assistanci payment in the countv was $41.48, $16.73 and $42.43, respectively Whjle monetary assistance went to those people, thev and others received many other services through the welfare board. C .unselling and guidance when sought was offered to mar.v. Mrs, Myers said. Child Welfare Services wee provided more than 2,000 chil lien throughout the state. Mrs. Myers pointed out. The children were in nearly 1.500 different families, and included about 700 being studied for the Circuit Courts in connection with adoption petitions. The adoption studies are required by law of the State Welfare Board unless the petitions are filed by a licensed placing agency. ^J^tfk>ridliar PAGE NINE Nathan Greenfields To Mark Golden Wedding Anniversary On Dec. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sorosky announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Arthur, on Saturday. December 24, at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Friends are invited to attend the ceremonies and the reception which will follow the services. Chanuka Play Planned The children of the North Dade Jewish Center Sunday School will present a Chanuka play on Sunday. December 18, at 10 a.m. at the center. 13630 West Dixie Highway. North Miami. The center will hold an elect.on meeting on December 21 at 8 p.m. The men's bowling group meets on Thursday night. Additional information may be obtained by calling S. Lebow at 78-9.86 or Dave Goldberg at 89-573.. RUTH GROSS AGENCV Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-5341 420 LINCOLN ROAD 9.aAtenUn,a and £chichUl HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th StreetMiami Beach Kosher Dining Room Open to the Pnblic SHABBETH AND KASRITH STRICTLY OBSERVED Catering to All Weddings. Bar Bitzvahs and Functions ec. Rate $55 Per Week Per Person American Plan Free Transportation to Beach FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-5785 SAME MANAGEMENT AS PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB. GREENFIELD PARK. N. Y. JNF To Elect Wednesday An election meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will be held Wednesday. December 21, at 8:30 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, according to Harold Shapiro, chairman. Chairman of the nominating committee, Samuel Prosterman, will read the slate of officers for the coming years and elections will take place with only appointed delegates voting. RHODA LEViNE —Herald Staff Photo Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Greenfield Invitations were sent out by hildren of Mr. and .Mrs. Nathan Greenfield to the eeiebra'l in nf the golden wedding anniversary of their parents on Saturday evening. December 17, j at the Sorrento Hotel. Rabbi j Muses Mescheloff will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield were married fifty years ago in i Chomsk, Russia. Thev came to the United States 46 years ago and became residents first of New York City, then of Chicago. For \ the past four years they have been living in Miami Beach. Both Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield were active in Chicago commun! ity life. Mrs. Greenfield was the ; organizer of the Chomsker Ladies Aid Society in Chicago, which now also has a branch in New \ork. Locally Mr. Greenfield is a member of Beth Jacob Congregation and Mrs. Greenfield is a member of the board of directors of Beth Jacob Sisterhood They are the parents of foui children. Max Greenfield. Irving Greenfield. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and Mrs. Aaron Tubin, all of Miami Beach. They have eleven grand children, all of whom will take part in the celebration. Helene, Cherie and Daryle Greenfield will be coming from Chicago, where they attend school. Attending local schools are Burton and Arnold Greenfield. Fern and Alita Hoffma n. Bonnie POSITION WANTED Experienced Office Typist Bookkeeper Salesman Man, Single. Age 35 Personable, Capable Write S. S. Box 2973. Miami 18 ROOM FOR HENT 1631 S. W. 6th Street Desirable, large double room with all home privileges Reasonable Call 9-3853 or 2-3567 Tubin. and Barbara. David and Dianne Greenfield. Among out-of-town guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eisenstein and daughtei and Mrs. Bessie Baum, all of Chicago, lifetime friends of the Greenfield family. Latke Party Slated Club Everglades Branch 1050 of the Workmen's Circle will hold a card and latke party on Saturday. December 17. at 8 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Phil Weiner will be in charge and reservations may be made by calling 9-5052. A meeting of the group will be held Tuesdaj. December 20. at 8:30 p.m. at the lyceum. Refreshments will be served. FIRST LADY of Miami Beach Realtors and President of the Deborah Tuberculosis Society, says: "Most women, when traveling, demand comfort, convenience and of course good service. I am no exception! FARR gives me all that—and more!" I' VII It "Your Travel Agent TWIN BEDROOM FOR RENT With Connecting Bath in Private Home of Couple. Breakfast Priv.leges. S20 per week; Special rale bY Bffc W. IHh Street Phone 3-2935 For Service Phone 2-6345 CHAIR RENTALS FOLDING FURN. CO. 1207 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami ACQUAINTANCE DESIRED Sister wishes to hare brother meet young lady of established local famUy. Must be intelligent, refined and of means. Brother, age 11. 3' 6". Character of highest order. Ph. D. Correspondence highly confidential. P.O. Box 2567. Miami 16. Fla. Mendelsohn's MJneoln Manor. Inc. No Longer I ml ii The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus has withdrawn its supervision and endorsement from Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Inc., located at No. 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. Several weeks aqo Mendelsohn's establishment applied for endorsement ol the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus. The Mendelsohns then entered into and signed an agreement with the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus under the terms of which, the rules, regulation and laws of Kashrus were to be observed in their establishment. This service was rendered to the Mendelsohns voluntarily and without any charge to them whatsoever, in order to assure Kashrus in the establishment. Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, Inc. however, has notified the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus that they terminate arrangements for supervision by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and request that the community Vaad Hakashrus remove their supervision. Accordingly, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus advises the community that it has withdrawn its endorsement from the above establishment. GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS H. Sirkin—President A. M. Bear—Vice President H. Sootin—Secretary S. Lobel—Treasurer Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky—Director Miami's Foremost Vegetarian. Dairy and Fish RESTAIRAXT — NOW OPEN — 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. ^SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS SAME MANAGEMENT S4I Washington Are.. M. B. Phone 5-9182 — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — < • teg*r



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PAGE FOOT -Jmitf norMton %  S I I ITORIAL %  2222^-J The Jerusalem issue The decision to place Jerusalem under international aegis is a greater blow to the United Nations than it is to Israel. By waiting more than two years before acting on implementing an earlier resolution, by standing by idly while Arab hordes from countries unaffected by the partition decision liited the swcid of annihilation against Israel, by keeping silent while United Nations members' flaunted, ridiculed and fought to nullify an international pronouncement by failing to take prompt and effective measures to protect from destruction the very city whose holiness was no barrier to Arab bombs and by failing to use its authority in the direction of conformity with the decisions to transform Palestine into two states, the United Nations has forfeited the moral right to adjudicate the issue. By stepping in after creating a vacuum in Jerusalem that was filled by Israel's arms and by Jewish lives, the United Nations has abdicated the long standing judicial rule that he who seeks eguity must do equity and that he who dispenses eguity must come to the bench of justice with clean hands. It is futile now to reassert the arguments against the internationalization sgueeze, for that is what it is. It is appropriate however to contrast the inaction of the U.N. following its partition decision with the sudden firmness cxd speed the international body is displaying now. While the Arab armies were invading Palestine in defiance of the U.N., the masters c: world destiny sat with folded arms and, perhaps, with sardonic smiles. Today, when a decision hcs been mace against Isrcel, the fury of implemented or. is rurr.ir.c:' with a purpose we never suspected tie international organization of having. The battle against mtemationalisation was lost not because of lack of argument and : ustice. It was lost because the dice were loaded. The veryoffspring of a religious denomination which fought for centuries against Christian efforts to dominate the Holy Land, utilized the "sccred site" cry as hypocritically as the man who sells tarnished wares and as successfully. Intelligent men fell for it not beccuse they could not penetrate ihe truth, out because to do otherwise might bring rerr. the wrath and ire of a source whose increasing influence in international affairs is the concern of all itened people. One only had to listen to the tirade of Lebanon's Malik, who igled the theme of Christendom with a skill r.ct must have been as apparent as it was thin who utilized the U.N. forum for the dissemina: on of poisonous insinuations, to realize that the MODERN MACCABEES holy site argument was a disguise for as shameless a display of hypocricy as ever shown in serious debate. He argued Jerusalem was not a political but a religious issue. Even he must have smiled inwardly at that argument, for only the politically naive could be made to believe that Soviet Russia and its satellites were moved solely by considerations of Christian sanctity, and without whose votes the resolution would have failed. Malik's cynicism and true motive became evident when, immediately after the decision was reached, he said that the internationalization resolution was worth adopting even if it served no other purpose than bolstering the morale of the Arab world. Within minutes he shook off the cloak of piety and became the politician he is. The religious moment was no longer his concern. It was Arab Chanuha Lights Our sages held that it was itu< good Jew to go into debt if MCST* 1 provide Chanuka candles. N 0 s 2 m was attached to any of the other SV is not a holiday which demands of K^ great sacrifices. We need not s £ labors, nor does the synagogue iS ordinary demands in time on ,he wot 011 our sages appreciated rightly fa JJJ Historically Chanuka determined il, not to be of the Jewish faith. Antioch,, only ape** the Jew.sh natio^ ^ himself fanatically to completely \1 vestiges of the Jewish religion WitL, ??u of Judas Maccabeus, he?e woulf he Judaism and also no Christianity. T he world as we know it would have had 1 different aspect, but for the victory whL commemorates. n The holiday is a time for joy Wo mJ the exchange of gifts. The lighV 0 f S3 Chanuka candles glowing in he w intrvl seem to tell us in the words of Scripture thi may endure for a moment but joy corral morning. It speaks to us of that hinda optimism inherent and pervading the lew any and all tribulations. Since the establishment of the Jewish! Chanuka inevitably has assumed added for we in our day have witnessed a strucja a victory like that of the aforetime Maccc Today as we light the Chanuka candi may amend the phraseology of the prcverl what and say: "Blessed art Thou O Lord our God who* wondrous things for us in this season, in days and in our own days." morale and unity that was paramount.! morale and unity for what? To resume tl slaught against Israel with the help and ance of their newly acquired friends? To stt en their position against Kir.a Abdullah? Tq the return to position of the Mufti, arch ene Israel, of Jewry, and internationally accuse criminal'' The pattern of Arab designs will become in time. But whatever those desiqns, tha be defeated by faith and arms if necessary] has not fought in vain. The city from wmc forth the word of God will not be wren Israel. Myers Re-Elected CJFWF President .:. ..-a fn ." age 1 i or ::ould deepened only aftei consultation with an I nsent <.,f. the specific %  •'-'' rea, and if eement be) %  '• -'•' %  %  '• nnot lieved nmit' m tion.' the %  it :. added. "Agenda •' •' An • ii in Jev y-1950" %  n Pit : %  :.' My, pj ; that Jev %  nl • He i tl ." mmuni. A n tl : %  • rgen I %  n i in I knlsl ticrknan Puciisnea every Fnaj, since 192" by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixtn Street. Miami :8, Florida. En. -J as second-class matter July 4 ), at the Poit Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879 The Jewish Fiondian has absorbeo the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jew.sh Tele graohic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service Natioril Editorial Association, Amen! can Association of English. Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The Jewl.h Floridian doet not '' %  • • I 'S of the mrr'. ndlae adverti sed In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 13.00 Two Years J5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street V./.ume 22 Number 50 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1949 KISLEV 25. 57.10 ] water-tight compartments, as if j ihey hud nothing to do with eat h other." Myers declared. "C mmunity health, like individual health, is indivisible." He added that the responsibility of planning fhe capital expansion of ( .mmunal agencii is •'• %  'ess th in th l : : planning theii p"?„ ins." and asi that communities "must take .: th -•• ni e Is. examine them, weigh their validity. y. and immediacy." and deh iw much i if them must be met in 1950. isl be consid• • • • ..11 othel nti : out. On thai een done," "th( l< in ran • nee i :...., • • • • • in : %  it thei lecid. 1 •' %  '• %  %  n juestioi ation munit • long felt thai had .:. : )5(j npaign goals, both as a of campaigning and bud• -%  uld be the total of the obligati ins which th.' community must meet. he declared, adding that the budget committees of tea r. and mutual confidence. There is every reason to continue to build on that founda% ti n The people who were reraising the record sums in the past several years and for allocating those funds, are the same people by and large, who can be trusted again to carry responsibility in 1950. towith the new leadership nstantly being added." told the community iders that Israel's philanthopic for 1950 will be as great as in 1949. "The burdens of large immigration and development of industrial resources in Israel cannot be borne alone by the government at this time." he declared. "The three major problems confronting Israel for the forthcoming year are constructing houses for new immigrants, settling 50.000 families on the land, and developing the industrial capacities of the new nation." He added that Israel expects 100.000 immigrants during the next twelve months. The delegates also 'desperate emergency United Jewish Appeal fd and urged all make every effort to maximum amount of us able to the UJA "in the! possible time." new appeals of nationalt seas agencies Other resolutions din CJFWF to continue its community organization] means of strengthening i ish communal objectives. A Jewish Center Chanuka Fete In Little Old New York I.. immunities must make their decisions on the basis of a full study of the facts. "We assume that whatever decs: ins are arrived at bv the community will be accepted in good faith by* everyone involved." asserted. "Budgeting on the basis of ultimatums, from whatever sources, is neither budgeting, nor democracy nor wisdom. What we have accomplished overseas, nationally, and in our awa cammunities has been based Drawing, from files of National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). shows "Temple ded'caftj at Chanuka celebration staged in 1880 by the Young Men's Hebrew Associationi of New -l known as the 92nd Street YM fe YWHA. the oldest continuously-functioning Jewish t£l Center in the U.S. Held at the Academy of Music, the fete, .meeting considerable P"^| !" rV."\ BnnUal 9V nt f th# Y which at ** • %  • "'••' wo ,i,Uat ? Zicstnl rlHl i prMent %  *• ***9 20 years in the future. This woodcut depicting the dedic. ^ a e ntP ti.. fe tur *. ,he Chanuka celebration, appeared in Leslie's weekly magasme. la*" 1 x 14 page in that widely read New York publi cation of a bygone era. .........



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| )AYi D ECEMBERJ.6, 1949 ., 16 Is Deadline For Registration Miami Jewish Center Winter Camp the of public school children has been December tiday!:mfor Id' :: : %  I tunity l from ''' Lber30. | %  the inten 16, is ition for the 1 winter camp to be Miami Jewish 450 S.W. 16th m ber 19 through the will gram designed to ill age levels Levin I nit llolil Forum set up, according ,„ M Grossman, executive direcl renter. Miss Eleano D work out a complet. cniiclren between th, ;'ysof (, and17. During th. morning sessions Mrs. Evelyn Samuels will conduct music groups Tpee%  alizing in Chanuka mu i c and music appreciation I„ th, noons Eugene Yulish will duct a course will produce uiilr subject of be discussed Emarriaj h r[K community leaders on d .,,. D cember 21, at r ] |^ i announced by PL R J 'ii. director of B'nth Council, tticipants scheduled to apr include: the Rev. EdUllrich, hi >.l of the Greater Minis'.' %  : ial Association; i Max Shapiro of Beth David on and Aaron Lipman, jctor f •' class at the Unifc.of Mian i entitled, "Marrifand the Family." nsors of the forum, the tLevin Lodge of B'nai B'rith, nee that the meeting will i to the general public free *arge. jorton Perrj vice president ol (lodge and program chairman, [shortly announce the name fourth participant, a j ninent sociologist and expert lily affairs. evening'.program will ich the lodge's current events Cfor 1950. according to Donmnett. pro;.lent. n 1,1 pupetry and %  puppi : thi ati PlayBernard Ostfeld ballet classes on Tuesda 5 Thursday mornings. I'h.i Sokol .fsky, physical education ins) of Riverside Sch will be in Vi? rg .f 0f mor ning athletics and Abe -Rocky" Rochstein, physical education Instructor of the Miami Jewish Community Center Will take eaiv „f the aftl : proRiam. Miss Tobie Jacobskind assisted by several of the staff members will serve as head counselors. Features of the program will be an all-day picnic at Crandon Park and a ballet exhibition Fee tor the entire camp period is $5 lor members and $7.50 for nonmembers. Lunch will not be served but children may bung their lunches and milk and refreshments will be provided ira NH'iii I nil kolcls Lfkt? Fete Do:a Stein Sisterhood of sraelite C'i nler sponsored hanuka latke partv on ThursDeeember 15, at 7 p.m. at Dora Augusl Memorial Hall Congregation Beth El. 500 S. 17th Ave. reatfr'ng the committee in rge of arrangi ments was Mrs. Kalz. who assisted by Hesdames Sam Eisner. Benin Sugerman, Jack FinkelSam Gottesman, Jacob n. Max II .11 man. Irving fling, Bernard Bauer, A Bel Mrs. M ver Simon and t Stock v ere in charge ol llada.vsah l.ronn Holds Meeting The Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah held its monthly meeting on Monday, December 12. at 8 p.m.. at the Shore Club Hotel. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, according to an announcement bv Mrs. Isabelle Altholz. president. Mrs. George M. Cohen introduced the participants on the program and Mrs Moses Krieger, who has just returned from the national Hadassah convention in Los Angeles, made her report. Mrs. David Meckler, who is the author of a book of poetry read an original poem on Hadassah in honor of Chanuka. The candle lighting ceremony was conducted by Efrom Mescheloff and modern Palestinian songs were sung bv Donna Makovsky and Renah Mescheloff. Jorfli ShoreTnk To Hold Election '' I 'he North Shore 3 r Z %  %  *J select their 1 : fficers election meeting < %  Sun :,. mb n e % %  tern%  16 K. %  B i. Pritl Philin natioi nd 20 %  ,' dinnei meel %  the High groGp .. body of three ..ff.ee: J've trustees. The enlargement oi !" *rd of officers is evidence ol ."• ra Pd growth ol the group V"" 1 a handful to more than 125 dues-paying members at the last The congregation has hired a spiritual leader, conducts Contive services regularly on Friday nights and Saturday mornings and holds Sundav school classes for more than 65 children every Sunday morning at the Biscayne Elemental v School. As membership increases it is planned to add a full program Ol VOUth activities, athletics, socials, adult education, a Hebrew school, and in time, start a campaign to erect a building to house all of these activities. PAGE SEVENTEEN Co-hosts at the Home for the Aged dinner held at the Robert' MevJrP^, ,el reCen, 1 y r re (s,andi "91*<> •) Baron de Hirsch m r, ? Y J U w and r Mr and Mrs Jacob Sher Sea,ed !" Solo!" I'" a d !*** %  Es,her Ka P la ". residents of the home who were chosen by their co-residents to represent them at the affair. Pledges made at the dinner brought the drive total to $203,000. over two-thirds of the S300.000 goal. Cardiac Home Group Meets At Vanderbilt Dade Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home. held a meeting on Wednesdav. December 14. at 1:30 p.m. 'at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs. president. For the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. B. B. Wolff, program chairman, presented Harry and Jackie Jay, "Platterewskies of Musical Mimicry." Refreshments were served. GRAND OPENING ^F^^HK The Finest In AT MIAMI BEACH Piano Recital Mrs. Harold Rubin was hostess to a group of her piano pupils and their parents at a recital to be held at her home. 6231 N.W. 1st C't., on Sunday. December 11, at 3 p.m. The solos *st Speakei at the meet* Irepresent grades from primary to ?'the DOY Chapter of MlZadvanced. Refreshments were 1 women held Thursday served. %  5*11 at i p. m at legation Beth El. 500 SW JAve. was Mrs. Ida wul director for the Fa. who reported on "1 Atlantic rertes presided. pmes,entertainment and tradpllatkes .... on the agenda. Karger Reports Kargei state of the conCity. Mrs. THURSDAY DECEMBER 15th nq Adults Meet oun K adult group of the t?n„ T,; ) v ,sh Canto held -^L' '" nter Thursday, ^mberl, ,, 8:15 p.m. im£*f 'V omposed of ThT, ,nd over me ets rhursdav evening. %  GREETINGS JH T. Chandler I ""MBING HEATING REPAIRING | 3 118 N.W. 57th Street Phone 78-5322 NEON SIGN COMPANY N W -6th Street Phone 9-5750



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SBBBBlHHHaRBlHHlSRn^HSBHHH f DE CEMBER 16, 1949 Itbrew Academy Students To Give Egbud Operetta, Chanuka Pa,..,„, „ than 35 pupils of the HeiKuftny wSl present an FL'l operetta and Chanuka K on Wednesday and evenings, December 21 I 8 p.m. at the auditorium hfrfeei Wl** iainai:*" Suit % % %  Plaintiff, vs. KAiJI'K. Defendant. | SI'RAOt'E, 686a 1 'Ml In, i g Island, e.l tn file your l iv caune for .11[ tlaj of January, I.. • decree pro con| i iiRainal you. I of December, ; -UMAX. ,,..,,, M. c. PEIOE, KUi:i.MAN!"" y n "" ; NOTICE L\DER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW KBBT GIVEN that "" %  ngae in • ftlMoun name of ... tera at 120 N E. Pla., Intende to %  :i, the Clerk of • of i..,,!.. County, > o'!:!:'7 s PRINTING ant •———. ; : N 0T,CE ^"f'CT.T.OUS I NAME LAW • '^"EBV a,VEN that : %  to • mag. In 'f.'IftitlouH name of I Mian I, Florida, I "aid name with ill Court ol L h\V! : \ZEISLER > SHS 0 B HKE K '•0-iCE POT] Eta* of the school. Jeff,,, Slin Av otn St.. Miami Be This dramatic pi n (n titled. "Chanuka of the Toys" is a fantasy written for this Sion by Mrs. David S. A It combines not only an pretation of the Chanuka I but an elaborate Engli h and Hebrew cavalcade ,| nusic well. The presentation addition to its mu dramatic emphasl within it the various a I The play is coached bv Edna Sachs direct,,,of d Joseph Schreibman. musica rector. .u So1 h Sugarmnn. principal of • VS??' f wi L' extend greetings in behalf of the members of the faculty, and Dr. David S. And. on will serve as chairman of tl,,evening. Many distinguished guests are expected to be present. Participating in the presentation are Hobby Stone, Jerry Rubinowitz. Barbara Burris Op'hra Chill. Tamra Mamches, Lester Pazol, Sam Feder. Jerome Herman, Efram Mescheloff, Melvin Sach.s. Moshe Shapiro, Edward Ginsburg, Barry Silve Beatrice Rich, Seymour Si Bruce Shoulson, William Mamches. Charles Kassin. M Rcsnick. Roger Levin. Stadlan. Robert Kunst, I! Baitcher. Dorothy Nanes, Donna Makovsky, Renah Mescheloff. Rose Berman, Shirah Skop, Sheila Rubier. Jay Makovsky, Sandy Andron, Elliott Ever. Paul Kussner, Fred Muller, Barry Honig. Tickets for admission may be obtained at the school office by calling ."i8-4641. Klein .loins Law I i rni Edward S. Klein anounces his liation with Harold Zinn. Miam: Beach attorney, at 605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Klein, who graduated (ror University of Fl ir ; '.. in August, was a contribut the Florida Law Ri vii w. He .. membi r I I te team and was campus politics. 11 in the writing campus and fratei nity theal Beach Elementary Play The pupils of the South B Elemi : School presented "By Candlelight," a Chanuka-Cl mas play, on Thursday, I)' ber 15, at H p.m. for pan o'her adults. On Friday, D ber 1G. the pe v:il be repi ated for the childi school. Phone 5-1024 August Slutlio oi Interior Decorating EXCLUSIVE DRAPERY WORK & UPHOLSTERY Tailor-Made Slip Covers 1230 Alton Road Miami Beach 39. F!a. < hanuka Parlv i Pete MIMICHS A Manuka festival for mem.U. school Miami inits Center '. ^ter patio 5unda v "' 18, at 10 an ann m,.,-.. R GoodmaS chai? %  s school ..chairman of ed glee club oi inde. will ,";:'; ;; blessings over the ,""" matic club will P';fient a puppet sho w, enThi B %  Chanuka V. :, 'he direction of Eugene heduled to participate in the Phyllis Mecholwitz, Jelice Sussman, Alvin Rosenbloom, Sandra Levy, Rita KlonJudith Oolie. Donald Vinnik, Harriet Lew. Samuel Oolie. and Sandy Levy. if the nine:, n nil present books to the centi r library as Chanuka Rifts. Lunch will be served under the %  lion ind supervision of the sisterhood will take place. The mittee in charge includes Mrs Sigmund Scherrm an i Mrs Hai. v Rogi Members of the center PTA will act as hostesses and Bothers thi Mesdames Si luel Robinson, Joseph Zemel, Murray Blanc. B Oolie. Hi ,:I Mechlowitz, L m.,. Wolfe. Louis Rolott, Irving L h man, Theodore Hankolf. Irving Cypeh and Isaac Paul Weiss, a student of the • school, will serve as master ol cerenv inii s. PAGE ELEVEN Manischewitz Chicken Soups Now Available The new line of Manischewitz Kosher Chicken Soups is now available at neighborhood groceries. Manischewitz Kosher Chicken Soups come in four varieties, chick, n soup with noodli s, clvcken soup with matzo balls, chicken soup with kreplach and clear chicken broth. The SOUpg are easv to p., p lust open a can. set it to sin. ng on the stove and in a few short minutes, your soup course is ready. SH0ULS0NS 24 Hniffci.^Cjfa IW V ST ill AM I FLA KATES VCRYMODERATE DEPTS FOR • Bed Ridden • Convalescent • Special Diets • Aged • Rest & Relax, ation Under Care 50 Per Week Only Kosher Home in Greater Miami CALL 82-4900 A. G. WILSON MRS. A. G WILSON WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. 1st STREET MIAM' 36. FLORIDA PHONE 2-2462 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PLAZA ON SCREEN "THE HOLY OATH" Morrif Strassberg, Lucy Levin. Lazar Fried Theatre—S. End Wash. 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