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

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

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22- NUMBER 51
^!^^^ WEEKLY
^^RJDr^Y. DEcEMBER 23, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
srael Force For Peace Barkley UN Commission To
th eighteen
periods in
th :. .... n I
lay. Lately
diminish! I >me-
Nevertnel. < thousand
' eek n
ber. 01 course
nent is reliev-
problems else-
i
n Europe
Jev !> morale,
lignity and self-r<
I le.''
1 '' '' h Appeal now
i mon sense,
not ns, Hi Ami
J< wry." e declared.
Act on Palestine Issue
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The U.N. Palestine ConcUiation Com-
mission announced this week thai it will put forth its own plan for
the future boundaries of Palestine. The Commission said i: ha
right to do this in submitting its fifth progress report to the Security
il. It emphasized that the resolution of the General Assembly
session in Paris last year empowered members of the Commission
to act in this direction.
The Commission indicated it will embark on this coursi
break the deadlock between Arabs and Israel on the terril
problems of Palestine. It added that it hopes to undertake this
task with the interested parties and therebv bring to a SUCCes
conclusion the mission entrusted to it by the Assemblv." The C
n will reconvene in Geneva Januarv Hi to continue tl
negotiations and to study the final repot t of the Economy Su
Mission.
The second and final report of the Economic Survey Missi n
for the Middle East recommending long-range work projects for
Syria. Lebanon and Transjordan, was signed in Paris this week by
the mission chief. Gordon R. Clapp.
l
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. right, chairman of the women's division
|oi the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, presents an Israeli-made
Ichanuka candelabra to Mrs. Alben Barkley. saying "Just as the
landelabra symbolizes light, so do we. the Jewish women of
ICrealer Miami, hope that it will bring the light of happiness to
Ijcur wedded life." Vice President Barkley. who was featured
lipeaker at the all-day conference at the Westview Country Club
Ithere the presentation was made, looks on.
through your 1950 ( >n
Jewish Appeal."'
In presenting the vice presi-
de nt. William D. Singer, pre
of the Great) i M ami Jew ish
Fedi il in, p >inted out that four
years ago Mr. Barkley. then a
senat paign klck-
ofl speaker. "In that year," Mr,
Singer said, "we conducted our
first million-dollar-plus
paign and It was a great success,
The fact that this year Mr. Bark-
lev is accompanied by his lovely
wile gives us double asi
a successful campaign."
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. cha
the Women's Division of the 1950
Combined Jewish Appeal,
sented an Israeli-made Chanuka
candelabra to Mrs. Barkley with
the remark "that just as the
candelabra symbolizes light so
may it bring the light of happi-
n< BS t<> your wedded life."
Rabbi Philip Bernstein of Ro-
chester, former Jewish advise: to
American Military Government in
Germany, followed Vice Presi-
dent Barkley with a fervent ap-
peal for support of the United
Jewish Appeal.
"In the past year and a half,
the Jewish population of Israel
has been increased by fifty per-
cent," he said. "You can only
realize the full significance of this
if vou try to imagine what it
would mean to this country if
suddenly our population were to
be increased bv seventy-five mil-
|The new StaU of Israel will be
I- for peace in
[ K. and a vital in-
e of the world.
. Presj kley told more
1.000 attending a '
Sund y at the West-
Country Club formally
hunching the 1950 Combined
wish Appeal.
IConipunr.z the development ol
I ii Israel with
probli that beset the
erican ilonii after the suc-
nst Britain. Mr.
I fullest support
|American Jewrv to "this bas-
I of democracy :n the Middle
lit."
phi esl bl ment of Israel as
free and independent demo-
icy has made possible one of
greatest mass migrations in
pdern histoiy. he declared, but
hasized that "this tiny coun-
K*cr :; already received
"*"0 new immigrants since it
limed its independence in
ay. 1948. is in no position to
jKtinuf. this great human;tanan
frair. without assistance from
: American people.
["The people of Israel have
iwn an example of courage
self-den,al that should in-
"* all of us to the greatest
ssure of devotion and gen-
W in the 1950 campaign of
'United Jewish Appeal. I am
that here in Greater Miami
F will do your full share
Doubt Voiced That
Jerusalem Can Be
Internationalized
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Roqer Garreau, president of the
Trusteeship Council, voiced the general feeiing of futii.-:/ of the
Council delegates when he acknowledged publicly for the first
time during the week-end that the Council will be obliged to
refer the entire Jerusalem issue to a special session of the
United Nations General Assembly I ence." The spokesman added that
vent it finds it cannot mi- Israel would continue to advocate
Affairs To Honor
Itabbi Kaplan
pli ment tl e draft statute for an
nationalized Jerusalem.
a constructive solution based on
[uaranteeing the religious inter-
An i aria r French resolution eits ol tne international co.n-
.....king to ensure Israel for her munily while enlisting active co-
.ii in moving the offices ol' operation of the peoples directly
the Israel government from Tel j concerned. This, he said, would
Aviv to Jerusalem was greatly DC "in fu harmony with the
modified until, in its final form, Charter and with the spirit of
ilution merely asks the conciliation and agreement which
Trusteeship Council to "consider" the U.N. should promote.
' that the Israel transfer of govern-1 --------------------------,
ment offices to the Holy City is i____i lM-.-i-*j-_.
-likely to render more difficult Israel Iransiordan
1 the implementation of the Statute .-wi- i_ /-#, l.
ot Jerusalem with which the UHlCldlS ^Oilier
Council was entrusted by the JERUSALEM, (JTA) Two
General Assembly resolution of: high-ranking Israel Government
Dec. 9. 1949. | officials met in Jerusalem with
An Israel spokesman, mean-, Transjordan Foreign Minister
j while, issued a statement assert- Ruhi Bey Abdulhadi for lengthy
ing that the move of government, discussions covering the entire
' departments to Jerusalem could ground of problems facing both
not affect the problem of im- countries as well as immediate im-
plementing the General Assembly quirements from each nation
resolution for internationalization separately, it was learned here.
of Jerusalem because 'he resolu- The talks constituted the first
tion was inherentlv unimplement- I direct negotiations held among
! able since "it clashes with the as- top-level Israel and Transjordan
oirytions and rights of the city's officials and were described as
people who are unanimously re- j having entered the 'practical
solved to retain their independ- stage."_________________________
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel and
president of the Florida State
Rabbinical Association, is being
feted at a series of affairs in
honor of his seventy-fifth birth-
day. The rabbi will be honor
guest at a reception to be given
by the Sisterhood of Temple Is-
ratl following Friday night serv-
ices. On Monday night the mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, of which Dr.
Kaplan is also president, will be
hosts at a testimonial dinner in
his honor at the Delmonico Hotel.
Miami Beach. The rabbis of the
state have been invited.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
23,1949
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The Evolution Of The Chanuka Menorah
By HAROLD EIDLIN
The story of the evolution and development of the Chanuka
Menorah, upon which time and geography have acted, make
as rich jn folk-lore and as fascinating as the wanderings of
'he children of Israel.
Just as has the ancient Talmudic concept of "lighting the
louse without" by the Chanuka
amp changed, so too has the de-
ign of thi- lamp itself changed.
Today's familiar Menorah with
its eight-branched candlesticks.
patterned after the traditional
Temple Menorah, is a develop-
nent of late Middle Ages
Ancient custom forbade the im-
tation of the seven-branched
-andlestick of the Temple. But
the Temple and the Holy City
of Jerusalem, and thus institute I
the "Feast of Chanuka." after the
lamps and candles of the Temple
were kindled anew.
In modern times the Chanuka
festival has become a home and
family celebration. The Menorah
is now lit inside the home. House
Menorahs are now almost ex-
here was no such ban on the'$}&?*&. ?! thf standi.n* v?.r!^j
Modification of its designon the
ashioning of a lamp with more
iranches than the original. Conse-
mently. designers of the Chanuka
amp adapted the Temple Menor-
ih for the needs of the eight-
fay festival, and this has been
CCepted since the latter part of
he Middle Ages.
The earliest Menorahs found in
Africa, Western Asia and some
lands of the Mediterranean.
vhich date back to the latter part
f the first century, bear the in-
luences of Moorish art. And s,i
t has always beenwhere the
few wandered he absorbed some
if his new culture and adapted
t to his purposes.
Talmudic tradition prescribed
hat the house Menorah was to
from the doorpost outside.
it all pasing by could see it
Inly in times of persecution was
he Menmali to be lit inside the
It, therefore, became neces-
ary to remove the lights from
he wooden wall, and so a back
vas added to the lamp.
Eventually, symbolic drawings
n bas and high relief, as well as
ascription- ol p ayers, began to
ir on the metal backs cif the
Kinging Menmahs. Such depie-
ions as palm trees and grape
ters, representing the earth
ind the fruits of Israel, or the
Lion of Judah. or doves and
agles next to tin crown of the
representing the union of
the law with the people, linked
he Jews in the Diaspora with
'heir brethren in the Holy Land.
In the synagogue, the Chanuka
Menorah maintained an erect po-
ition but it too underwent
hanges. The tripod, from which
he eight candelabra stemmed, in
he manner of "The Tree of Life."
lecame a round or angular found-
ition adorned with symbolic
livings, reliefs, enamels and
Miniatures. Many Menorahs bore
he figure of Judas Maccabeus.
vho in 165 B.C. drove the Syrian
;:ng Antiochus Ephphaius from
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taking many forms, but always
with the row of eight candle-
sticks. In the synagogue, the
Menorah stands majestically on
the southern wall, sometimes in
front of the Holy Ark as though
to guard it for eternitv. In many
houses of worship two Menorahs
are used, one on either side of
the Ark.
The use of candles was first in-
troduced in the late 18th cen-
tury. Until then, oil had been used
exclusively.
The symbolic, faithful "Sha-
mash." or servant light, which
burns every night of the celebra-
tion, is attached at the upper
right hand portion of the Menor-
ah. The significance of the
"Shamash" which kindles each
candle in turn, on successive
nights, can be traced to the legend
of the miracle of the unconse-
crated oil which burned for eight
days at the rebuilt altar of tiie
cleansed Temple in Jerusalem.
Interestingly enough. "The
Feast of Illumination" was once
celebrated by the Shammaites
who lit all eight lamps on the
first night and reduced the num-
bii each successive night. But the
Hillelites. their antagonists, who
represented the progressive
school of thinking in first-cen-
tury Palestine, favored the light-
ing of the first lamp on the first
night, and the kindling of an
additional lamp each succesive
night In time, the Hillelite con-
ception won out.
One of the most beautiful ,
Menorahs ever made was a 15th
century Italian Chanuka lamp of
marble and bronze. Typically
Renaissance, complete with de-
tailed open work, the work of art
was decorated with tritons. cen-
taurs and vases.
The countless examples of Dias-
poric Menorahs are rich in the
art of their creators' countries. '
Since there was no prescribed
form or material, there are no two
Menorahs alike.
In the first half of the 18th cen-
tury, the barooue and rococo style
so captured the imaginations of
Jewish artists and silversmiths
I that the Menorahs of that period
I abound in cupids. cherubs, gar-
lands and baskets heaped high
'with fruit in place of the tradi-
tional Jewish symbols.
Russian Menorahs bore the
Russian double eagle, and Men-
orahs of India prominently feat-
ured the elephant. Despite the
presence of national symbols,
however. Jewish symbols, mostly
of a religious nature, always pre-
vailed.
Many priceless Menorahs in
Europe, which were known of
prior to the last war. have since
disappeared. presumably de-
sti yed by the Nazis.
Born of strife, fashioned through
centuries of wandering. the
Chanuka Menorah is today a sym-
bol of culture, progress and piety
for Jews whevere they may be.
To Aid Tree Drive
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. will again dedicate its Sun-
day program to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Drive for trees in
honor of Chanuka. A corps of vol-
unteers workers will be on hand
to take tree orders and the names
of purchasers will be announced
over the air.
Wellhouse Named
Louis Wellhouse. Jr., Tampa
civic leader and a vice president
of the Tafnpa Jewish Community
Center, has been named chair-
man of the Florida National Jew-
ish Welfare Board's armed serv-
ices committee, according to an
announcement by Gen. Eugene
Oberdoil'er. Atlanta, chairman of
JWB's armed services program
for the Third Army Area.
Active in JWB's armed services
program in Florida during World
War II and until recently chair-
man of the JWB Tampa armed
services committee, Wellhouse
will have the responsibility for
coordinating the religious and re-
creational activities of local JWB
committees on behalf of Jewish
servicemen at four Air Force and
11 Navy installations and at three
Veterans Administration Hospi-
tals. Wellhouse is also a member
of JWB's National Council
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ftpa^DECEMBEB 23, 1949
Tfl Say...
ThjS column has from time to time expressed con-
rn over the future of Jews in the Soviet Union. I
tave stressed the fear that should policy warrant,
^e Politburo would not hesitate to adopt the anti-
Semitic line of the Czars.
There are many indications that ought to disturb
,|,e complacency of those people who feel, strangely
MiouKh. thi,t Russia WOUld never embark on anv-
Lig anti-Jewish. Of course they can cite the Soviet
tav against anti-Semitism, the only one of its kind
"the world. They might even point with pride to
ws who have occupied high places in the govern-
ment from the murdered Trotsky to Kaganovich
in the Politburo. Finally, the partition of Palestine
by the L'N. and the subsequent emergence of the
Republic Israel would not have been possible without
the Soviet's active aid. Granted.
The luter'uiuunalization of Jerusalem
But the uneasiness felt by a thinking few is spread-
ing. No one seems able to explain the mystery that
permeates Russian policy. Why is the International-
ization of Jerusalem important to Stalin? What are
the forces that impel the Soviet Union to make
common cause with Moslem Fascists? How are
atheistic Communists concerned over Jerusalem be-
cause it is the Holy City for three great religions?
Israel lias turned over to the Soviet all such
properties as were formerly owned in Jerusalem by
Czaristic religious institutions. Surelv the Soviet
does not fear discrimination or ill treatment of her
"pilgrims" by the tinv Jewish state. What could
posibly have induced godless Communism to join
in with her mortal enemy, the Church of Rome, to
strip Israel "f its ancient capital. It is such cold
cynicism thai has awakened the world's distrust and
feat. Thoughtful Jews are therefore much con-
cerned over the ultimate fate of Jewish survivors,
not only in the Union of Soviet Republics but also
in the countrties.
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PAGE THRE1
The Enigma Of Soviet Policy
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Persecution of Zionist*
The Dolta face of Russian policy towards Jeru-
J*m ,s not the only episode that is casing
--Jcw.h c,,c,e, There are disturbing rumo"
aoatuu[throughi the iron curtain. The Yiddish press
h been shut down. No one seems to know what
Re* o/'f SUh Proininnt Yiddish writers as
Bergelson. Wetter. Halkin, Mistor, Broderzon. Mark-
isn. Certain news leaks are as curious as they are
Portentous. When Golda Meyerson came to Moscow
as Ambassador from Israel, some Jews were suf-
icently moved to stage a quiet demonstration and
follow her to a synagogue. It seems that Miss Meyer-
son became a persona non grata. Her friendship
with the poet Pfeffer immediately placed him under
suspicion. The controlled press led by Ilya Ehrenberg
began an offensive against Zionism. The Zionists, or
v. hat is left of those who have been laboring in slave
camps before Medinas Israel was ever formed, are
still rotting in Siberia and the Arctic Circle. But
ormer Nazis are pampered and given leading posi-
tions in the Russian zone of Eastern Germany.
Anti-Semitism / Ru.s-.s-iu
The truth is that anti-Semitism had never reallv
dud out in Russia. The bequeathed heritage of cen-
turies is not forgotten overnight, despite ukases from
Czars 01 Commissars. The first evidence of nascent
anti-Jewish feeling was felt during the purges in
1936. The term Trotskyite had quite a significant
anti-Jewish ring. Since the purges, there has been
a progressive limiting of Jews in high places, parti-
cularly in the diplomatic and military corps. The
nt Litvinoff was unceremoniously retired as
soon as Stalin was readv for a pact with Hitler.
National Socialism became acceptable to the Com-
munists, who also smiled quite affablv upon Naz
anti-Semitism. When the German armies invaded
Poland, Soviet officials turned back many fleeing
Jews from the Russian frontier. And when the picture
was reversed and the Nazis invaded Russia, the
same officials treated the Jewish refugees as enemy
aliens or German spies and left them to the mercy
of the Storm Trooping beasts. Certainly no serious
attempt was made by Russia to move the native
Jewish population from the pathway of German
armies.
Goebbels' propaganda found some willing ears
and greedy hearts in the Ukraine and Baltic states
Students.of the genocide program have come to some
startling conclusions. It seems that in spite of the
constant seepage of Nazi poison, a limited number
of Jews were saved, not only in liberal Holland.
Italy and France but even in Poland and Hungary.
But when the Russians returned to many large cities
in the Ukraine, they found the Jewish massacre had
been virtually complete. Less underground aid was
given to the Jews in the Soviet area than in any
other part of Europe. Even Jewish partisans operat-
ing against the Nazi butchers were rebuffed by the
Russian partisans, and in many cases disarmed and
left to the mercv of the Germans. After the war.
refugees straggling to their ruined homes met with
a Nazi psychology. A real pogrom took place at Kiev
and 16 Jews were killed.
A Riddle
What does this aid of the U.S.S.R. to the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem signify? We can only
guess. Surely the Politburo knows the effect of its
stand upon Jewish opinion. It mav be the answei
to Israel for its courteous vet fi: in refusal to 1
identified with the Soviet axis. It may also be the
prelude of an all out anti-Jewish drive that might
make the fumbling of the Czar's Black Hund-cd-
seem like the avocations of Bov Scouts.
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presented to Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation by Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon Steiner, 29 Espanola Way,
Miami Beach, will be held at the
synagogue on Sunday, December
25. at 3 p.m.
We*mbers of the congri
will assemble at the Sterner home
at 3 o'clock. A procession oi cars
and Alexander Drinker's or-
chestra wiil escort the new Scroll
ito the synagogue, When the pro-
i cession arrives at the house of
i worship, the officers of the con-
gregation will take out the old
Scrolls from the Ark and join in
the procession.
Many dignitaries are expected
to tx- present at the dedication.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
act as toastmaster and deliver the
sermon. Refreshments will be
served.
Last In Hadassah Series
To Be Aired Sunday
The sixth and last of a 51
of radio d pn
by the Miami Bi ach Grou]
ation with Ihe
National i [1 ill be in ard
Sunda\. December 25. from 1:15
to 1:30 p in. over station WIN/,
during M. Nasatir's Yiddi
Classical Hour, according to Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, radio chairman'
of the Miami Beach Group 0:
Hadassah.
This week's presentation. "An
American in Israel'' starring
Ethel Everett, records the story
of an American woman who is on
her first "mission" to Israel. Her
reaction to incoming boatloads of
refugees: her difficulty in trying
to find a place to sleep in Jeru-
salem: her experience with a
taxi drivelare all chornicled in
this drama.
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+JeisliFkr*Batt Friday, DfcEM,
23,
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EDITORI
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The Combined Jewish Appeal for the coming
year was launched Sunday. Greater Miami Jewry
is once more called to action. Reaching the goal
soon to be announced will be a challenge to our-
selves and an example for other cities to follow.
The CJA Conference Sunday presented a real-
istic picture of the work of local, national and
overseas agencies. Workers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation did a good job in equipping
those present with the information they can im-
part to our community.
Highlighting the all-day sessions was the ad-
dress of Vice President Barkley who centered his
remarks on Israel. The Vice President during the
course of his remarks stated that:
"The establishment of Israel as a free and
independent democracy has made possible one
of the greatest mass migrations in modern history.
This tiny country which has already received
350,000 new immigrants since it proclaimed its
independence in May, 1948, is in no position to
continue this great humanitarian program with-
out assistance from the American people."
Coupled with the fact that we substantially
aid Israel we are fully aware that the annual
fund-raising drive supplies the means of existence
for many of our local agencies and contributes to
the continuation of the program of the major
agencies on the national scene.
So once again plans are being made, details
readied, volunteers enrolled to campaign in 1950.
True, it is an annual campaign. It is another
drive for money. But just as in our daily lives
*w
Congratulations
Congratulations and best wishes to Dr j J
H. Kaplan on the observance of his 75th birtU
Individauls and organizations are exte d
greetings to this leader in Jewry wh0 ha
deared himself to everyone.
Despite his years. Dr. Kaplan has not les
his efforts for every worthwhile cause Dr K 1
is looked up to by his colleagues' who 7
honored him by continuously selectino h
head of both local and state rabbinical orZ
tions since the founding of the groups.
He has served his congregation and his D
in our community the past quarter of a centur
a record of achievement within itself.
We take this opportunity to wish Dr Ki
and his wife many more years of health
happiness. May he continue to grace our o
munity with his presence that we may all en
and benefit from the fruits of his labors
THAT'S WEAK SOIL, SIR
do we repeat those steps necessary to contiJ
that living and improve that way of life-
must we continue to raise funds for the Combin
Jewish Appealfor Israel, for local agencies,]
civic improvementso long as these needs J
The way of living for Jewry the world over 1
improvedhas progressed. But the need for
sistance, still exists! We have helped with i
energies and with our money -we shall contit
to work and to give and thereby make the
1950 campaign a success.
(oldinan Heads
Palsv Association
Irving Goldman was unani-
mously re-elected president of
the Cerebral Palsy Association at
.. recent meeting of the organ-
.on.
Others named to office were
Mrs. E. Beck, first vice president;
Mrs. Betty Goldman, second vice
president; Mrs. B Harris, third
vice president; Milton Weintraab.
treasurer; Mrs. Morris, financial
si cretary; Mrs. J. G. Knapp. cor-
n sponding secretary: Mrs. Green-
stein, recording secretary.
Elected members of the board
of directors were Dave Harris.
M. Lightsey, Rubin Miller. Mor-
ton Peskoe, Mrs Shargaa and
Mrs Lorene St rang
A report on the past year w_as
given by the president, which
showed that approximately 1600
treatments of Physical Therapy
were given beginning Nov. 1.
1948 through October 31. 1949,
and approximately 614 Speech
Therapy treatments beginning
July 5. 1949 through November
1949. The Physical Therapy
treatments covered a period of
240 work davs and the Speech
Therapy treatments covered 75
work days,
500 Attend Ceremonies
At Gables Jewish Center
Over 500 attended the lighting
and blessing of the seven-foot
I nuka Menorah in the patio of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Thursday. Participants in the pro-
gram were Rabbi Morris A. Skop. :
Cantor Joseph Malek, Mayor
Keith Phillips of Coral Gables,
Commissioner Hendnck and the.
children of the Hebrew school.
The Menorah was a gift from
Mi. and Mrs. Abe Harris. Station
WTTT rebroadcast the proceed-
ings.
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Published every Friday since 1927
by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E.
Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. En-
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1930, at the Post Office of Miami.
Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed
the Jewish Unity and the Jewish
Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate, Worldwide News Service,
Natiortol Editorial Association, Amerl.
can Association of English-Jewish
Newspapers, Florida Press Association.
The Jewish Klorldlan does not
Kuarantee the Kashruth of the mer-
chandise advertised In Its columns.
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Hebrew School To
Hold Siyum Hatorah
A Siyum Hatorah will be held
at the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation on Sunday. De-
cember 25. at 7 p.m. The Torah
was presented to the synagogue
by the ladies of the congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will offer
the invocation and deliver the
dedicatory sermon. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will chant the service.
Jack Stone, president of the
congregation, will welcome the
guests and Sam Schulewolf.
chairman of the ways and means
committee, will serve as auc-
tioneer.
A musical program will be pre-
sented under the direction of
Dave Kleber and refreshments
will be served.
Hatikvah Club
In Reorganized
The Hatikvah Club of Young
Judaea was recently reorganized
into two groups, one composed of
gills from nine to 11, the other
from 12 to 14.
Barbara Ellis was named presi-
dent of the vounger group, of
which Rita Ross is adviser. Other
officers of the group are Harriett
Schwartz, vice president: Carol
Warshaw, secretary! Jovce David-
son, treasurer.
Named president of the older
unit was Roberta Koerner. Also
elected to office were Karen
Langer. vice president; Arlene
Stern, secretary; Dolores Chern-
off. treasurer: Roberta Fisher,
publicity chairman; Wand,. Stein-
berg and Beverly Chester. .INF
chairmen: Jackie Livingston and
Frances Frome, Karen Hanoar;
and Linda Mehler and Helen
Lesnick. ambassadors.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 22 Number 51
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1949
TEVETH 3, 5710
Zionists To Hear
Itabbi J. Ilonio
"Israel and the Diaspora" will
be the topic of Rabbi Jacob J.
Honig. spiritual leader of the
Jewish Community Center in
Hollywood, when he addresses
the luncheon club of the Miami
Beach Zionist District. Wednes-
day, December 28. at 12:15 p.m.
at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2
Lincoln Road. Alfred Stone, pres-
ident, has announced.
Rabbi Honig is a graduate of
the Jewish Institute of Religion
and held a pulpit in Huntington,
L. I., for ten years. Army chap-
lain in North Africa and Italy
for five years, he recently toured
the Middle East and Israel and
was director of the Connecticut
Zionist Region.
Toastmaster for the afternoon
meeting will be local attorney,
Harold Shapiro, and Murray-
Goodman will present a report
of international Zionist news.
The public is invited.
ADL Program To
Be Aired Dee. 24
"Arrow in the Air," starring
Victor Jory, depicts the growth
of a fierv hatred which drives a
man to attempt murder in a coal
mine, in this week's episode in
the "Lest We ForgetThe Ameri-
can Dream" series to be heard
Saturday, December 24. at 5 p.m.
over station WVCG. Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen-
minute live panel discussion to
follow immediately will be: Wil-
liam L. Pallot, prominent attor-
ney and civic leader, who will
serve as moderator; Dr. Seyomur
M. Blumenthal. psychologist:
David H. Cohn. assistant director,
Florida Regional Office. Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Also featured in the drama is
Linda Watkins. popular screen
actress. This latest episode was
produced for radio by the In-
stitute for Democratic Education
in cooperation with the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Auxiliary To Meet
The Ladies Auxiliary of Kne-
seth Israel will hold a general
meeting on Tuesday, December
27. at 8 p.m. in the social hall of
the ^ynagegue. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Ether Eisen-
stein. announces.
Plans for the testimonial dinner
to be held in honor of the spiritual
leader of the congregation. Rabbi
Isaac H. Ever, will be completed.
R< freshments will be served.
Luncheon Date Changed Budapest Ouarti
Will Play Here
The covered dish board meet-
ing luncheon of the Hannah
Senesch Group of Hadassah, ori-
ginally scheduled for Monday.
December 26. at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Williamson. 5470 La Gorce
Dr., Miami Beach, has been post-
posend until Tuesday. Decembei
27, at 10 a.m.. Mrs. Morris Alpert.
president, has announced. Mrs. J.
Rosenstein will be the hostess
chairman.
Mrs. Aaron Courshon met with
her committee at her home, 940
Ocean Dr., to make plans for the
Hadassah Medical Organization
dinner dance to be held January
8 at Copa City.
Mrs. Norman Liebling will en-
tertain at an Oneg Shabbat at
her home 214 W. San Marino Dr.
on January 28..
Mrs. Arthur Triester.has been
appointed historian and scrap
book chairman.
Beth Tfilah Eleets
Israel Diamond was re-elected
president of Congregation Beth
Tfilah at a meeting at the syna-
gogue on December 15. During
Diamond's first term of office
new benches were installed in
the synagogue and a social hall
and kitchen were erected.
Other officers include H. Zaid-
man. vice president; Rev. M.
Katz, secretary; S. Alter, treas-
urer A board of directors will
be chosen at the next meeting.
The Budapest Sring Quar
hailed the world over as
superlative interpreter of cha,
i ber music, will give two
grams in Miami under the
pices of the University of Mia
at Miami Senior High .
Thursday and Friday, Januar
and 6, at 8:30 p.m. '
In a letter to Mrs. Ar._
Volpe, manager of the SyrrrpM
Office who arranged tor tr
appearance here. Harold I"
said of the quartet: "You
certainly done an important
in securing the Budapest Qau
for two concerts, for this or
ization in mv opinion is the
distinguished group that has
been assembled for the perfoJ,
ance of chamber musicand |
can quote that if you like.
membering that there are
a few of my generation left
have the experience and the)
thority to make such a staj
ment."
Four Hadassah Leaders
Speak In Hollywood
Four local Hadassah leaders
spoke before the members of the
Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah
on Tuesday. December 20. at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center.
The Miamians who reported on
the 35th national Hadassah con-
vention held in San Francisco last
month were Mrs. Murry Gro
man. vice president of the South-
eastern region: Mrs. Morris Al-
pert, president of the Hannah
Senesch Group: Mrs. Moses
Krieger; and Miss Lillian Good-
man, president of the Miami
Beach Business and Professional
Division.
Home For Holidays
Frank Martin Berick is spend-
ing the holidays with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick. 4501
Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach.
Frank is a freshman at Loomis
School. Windsor, Conn.
He is a member of the varsity
football team which won the in-
tramural football championship
at Loomis, and was awarded an
emblem. He is the only freshman
on the varsity basketball squad
and expects to be a candidate for
the school varsity baseball team
in the spring. He will retarn to
school on Jahtiary 4. E
North Shore Lodge To
Fete 50 Colored Children
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will entertain 50 under-
privileged colored children at an
I all day outing, according to Leo
; Steinman, charman of the lodge's
welfare committee.
The group will first be escorted
through Tropical Hobbyland.
From there they will proceed to
Virginia Key. where there will
be swimming, games and refresh-
ments.
"We are grateful to Buddy's
Restaurant Mac-Arthur Dairy,
Southern Dairies and Mr. Siegel
of Tropical Hobbyland for their
contributions to this event,'
Steinman said.
Serving with Steinman is
Ernest H. Snvder.
Beach Center To Hold
Consecration Service
A consecration service in honor
of the new students of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Hebrew and
Religious schools will be held
Saturday. December 24, at 9 a.m.
Leon Firtel. one of the students
who entered the Sunday school
this term, will address the con-
gregation in behalf of his class.
Sandra Chapf will speak for the
new Hebrew school students and
N. Brick will speak in behalf of
the high school for Jewish studies.
Pioneer Women]
Sponsor Party
Pioneer Women Club No.
of Miami Beach and the BJ
Bcapch of the Jewish NaW
Workers Alliance jointly*
sored a Chanuka partv on Sat
day, December IT. at the Mil
Btach Y with David Frcedma
chairman of the (veiling.
The program was headed]
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1
kindled the Chanuka candles
chanted the traditional Cha
melodies. Louis SchwarUa
executive director of the Bun
of Jewish Education, was
speaker.
Henry Seitlin presentedaH
en book certificate to r-1
Mrs. David Freedman m iecoi
tion of "their untiring worst
devotion to the State oi ^
Also on the program was v
rice Faye Druin. coloratura
prano. who sang severu^
tiens: Mrs Manya *'\u**'1
read from Sholom Ale.cheml
Chanuka: and Mrs. Soma 1
who read a poem whvh snt
posed especially for the or"
Mrs. Henry Seithn. preM*fl
Pioneer Women Club No-
announced ai the oni-us;
the evening that a *'*
sum had been raised for me j
dren of Israel.
Milton Malakoff's Moll
Passes Away In Seattlj
Word was received here o
; death of Mrs. Libb>
I mother of Milton
I public relations
Greater
S.
Mala'
director of
Jewish W
Greater Miami ---- wn
tion, in Seattle. Wd*h'altl
Monday. Burial wa>
Tuesday.


piV-flECg"ER 23, 1949
?s Zionists
ro Hear Stone
[-. H..n E'ihu D- stone-
^r prHdent of the New
"J i 7u>nist Region and vice
!f' '; ZOA, will be
-1 District to
'. .: Gables Jew-
,ter, 320 Pal-
Wednesday, De-
m., according
- by Ni rman
'
Imc wi for s ime years a
B jisettsleg-
| rving in mis
P.U pas : resolu
res, an I re-
. Palestine as
ius putting
, n rec ird as the
n to favor
t il er. It was
r : .- the late
[.. | L dge was
F ng about the
r us Lodge r<
| 1922, favor-
nts "I the
n Palestii
t< r "ii-
I ty bi tween the
:.. and Great
LJj i '..- I lor 12
States A:-
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Eft h the program
t A. Skop ..:!.i
tan "f the
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will be
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announcement by Mrs. Charl
Turk, president.
Mrs. Glazi .
Storch, Saunders
Direct The Floridian
Commercial Printing
founded several
review clubs during her
anship ,1 the Jewish Com-
munity Ri iti :., Council in Phil-
A- pr sent she is cl
' Di fan ation I. i-
tor Council of B'nai B'rith
Miami
! : Sk ip, :-
the moi
Isaiah Ladles
Give I'nrfv Far
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Thi s i,
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Special
Lind
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casion w< re ; Saul
Schreiber,
sti in, Ben Shan -. N
man, Abe Schoi
Carol Bernstein an I
Berry.
In further recogniti i
holiday period, tl sistei
presented a gift I niali
robes to Rabbi Moshay P. Mann,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion "as a token of appreciation
tor his progressive and inspiring
Leadership." Presentation was
made by Mrs. Clara Mae Van
Ness, president of the sisterhood.

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^Appearing in person at the
M Theatre. Miami Beach, for
I week beginning December 27
1 be Florence Weiss, who may
sen in the stage attraction
dbig un Freilich," (Live and
Happy) together with Hymie
|cobson and Michel Gibson. The
Men attraction will be "The
pddiihe Father" with Maurice
"assberg and Wolf Goldfaden.
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Labor Zionists
Plan Concert
A concert will be held Sunday.
December 25. at 8 p.m. at Fla-
mingo Park. Miami Beach, under
the auspices of the Labor Zionist
Council of Greater Miami for the
benefit of the Habonim (Labor
Zionist Youth).
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be
guest speaker Others on the pro-
gram will be Cantor Jacob Y.
Goldring; Miss A. Mazor of New
York, conceit soprano: strum trio;
dance number by the Habonim
group; and members of the Yid-
dish'Art Theatre i I New v
Anyuta Melicov is music directoi
of the program.
Tickets at one d i h may
be purchased at Flamingo Park.
.. PTA.
di ected by Mrs.
K mmel.
.. iol Staff. Be:- ;
reogra]
Participating Ln th
e Lefc e, Shi .
Dolon I !hei n iff, E I :..'
Chernoff, Philip Abrams, S -
mour Ginsberg. Bernard Weiner,
Phylis Pearl, Barbara Pearl. Mon-
roe Alechman. Eunice Cooke.'
Michael Solloway, Joseph Zippei,
Berle Gamse, Walter Jacobson
and Inez Pinchot.
The dancing troupe was com-
posed of Lynn Hoffman. Arelene \
Hirsch, Frances Sternshein. Min-
nie Itzikovitz, Barbara Beiley. i
Mickey Berger. Cynthia Goldberg,
Judith Lefcoe and Sheila Ra-
chensky.
Refreshments were served by a '
PTA committee consisting of Mrs
Edward Schwartz. Mrs. Edward,
Chernoff and Mrs. Herman Can-
tor. PTA president.
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Program Extended
The Yiddish Classical Hour has
been extended 15 minutes on
Sunday, according to M. Nasatir.
program director, and will be
heard from 12 noon until 1:45
p.m.
The last in "Life in the State
of Israel" series, which has been
a Sunday feature tor the past five
weeks, will be broadcast Sun-
On January 1, a new feature.
entitled "Builders of Israel."
nd de-
tion of 1 : aders to be
by Attorney Ha Id
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PAGE SIX
Jen ist lUrHlsr
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
l,'.
1
th
Plans To Improve Greater Miami's
Health Formulated At Mt. Sinai Institute
The health of Greater Miami
would be improved by a "Hos-
.1 Council" of all agencies.
public and private, to make plans
t'oi at least 25 years in the future:
by the introduction of provisions
for further study by professional
n and the establishment of a
dical school; by adding directly
to the number of beds available;
,nd by improving the quality of
. e provided for chronic in-
valids, tubercular and psy-
rhoneurotic patients.
These were the conclusions ol
the institute on "Miami Examines
Its Health" at Mount Sinai Hos-
lital on Friday. December 16. The
institute was sponsored by the
Women's Auxiliary of the Hos-
pital.
There Is a shortage of about
800 beds to fill the needs of the
present permanent Miami popu-
lation, as estimated at the in-
stitute by Di Charles C. Hillman,
director of Jackson Memorial
Hospital. According to the ac-
cepted formulas. Miami needs
: roni :!250 to 3550 beds. There are
now available some 1424 which
Dr. Hillman would rate as ac-
ceptable, plus 274 which are being
used without meeting the usual
standards, such as the fire-proof-
ing of buildings. He cited facili-
for convalescing tubercular
patients and pneuropsychiatric
ases as being well under par. Dr.
Harold Rand, chairman of medi-
al economics and the public re-
lations committee of the Dade
SH0ULS0NS
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DEPTS FOR
Bed Ridden
Convalescent
Speci.il Diets
Aged
Rest A Rel.ix-
tlon Under
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Per Week
Only Kosher
Home in
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CALL 82-4950
County Medical Society, stated in
addition that isolation depart-
ments in the area are not at
present equipped to cope with a
large-scale epidemic. Facilities
for the treatment of colored
patients aii" proportionately one-
tenth as effective as those for
whites. For a colored population
estimated at 70.000 people only
175 hospital beds are provided.
' No hospital in the area can treat
' the colored who are mentally ill
at all.
Some blighter facets were dis-
closed ip. the panel of "Treatment
in Progress." with Dr. Hillman's
announcement that a new state-
sponsored hospital for tubercular
patients, will be opened this year
in Lantana. Florida, and with Dr.
Rand's evaluation of the general
hospital care now available as
being of. good calibre as a whole.
Jackson Memorial's pediatric de-
partment is considered one of the
best in the country, he said, and
the addition of Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal of Greater Miami will also
help Miami's medical picture.
Dr. Harold F. Machlan. director
of Pratt General Hospital, ex-
plained the veterans care system
there.
Opportunities for colored phys-
icians and nurses in the area have
increased in recent years. Dr.
Franz Stewart, editor of the
Bulletin of the Dade County
Mi-dical Society, noted in answer
to a question. Nurses are recogn-
ized members of the county nurs-
ing association and doctors are
soon to be admitted to that status
with the county medical associa-
tion, according to present plans.
Mt. Sinai Hospital plans to add
20 beds to the total for colored
patients.
In the picture of Miami's health
several .speakers noted that the
aged and their problems are be-
coming a larger part of the whole
scene Miss Lilly Harmon, di-
rector of Public Health Nursing
lor Dade County, appearing in
the panel on "A Special Symp-
tom. Miami's Aged," stated tiiat
Where half of the 14.000 cases her '
nurses see a vear are now the
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larger proportion would have
been those with acute disease. It
was noted that facilities for treat-
ing the chronically ill are inade-
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the many small nursing homes
are carefully supervised by the
county. Miss Harman pointed out
the principal needs as regular
physical examinations for the
needy, more clinics for public
treatment, follow-up medical care
for discharged patients. and
trained visiting housekeepers to
help the aged whose need is more
tor food and cleanliness care than
medical treatments.
Trends in the care of the aged
were discussed by Leo Allen, di-
rector of Miami's Home for the
Aged, who stated that institu-
tional rare now has a very limited
place in the program, although
it will not disappear entirely. He
was joined by Dr. Herman
Selinsky. psychiatrist, in the
opinion that it is of vital import-
ance to the older person to feel
himself a functioning part of
society.
Another specific program for
treatment of the "symptom" was
dt scribed by Maurice Grossman,
director of the Miami Jewish
Community Center. He described
the Golden Age club founded at
the center, giving as its main ad-
vantages the means it provides
for group therapy in work proj-
ects, the developing of satis-
factory substitutes for experience
and especially the opportunities
for democratic self-government
afforded by such groups.
In the "Case History" panel
which opened the discussion of
Miami's health, two speakers out-
lined the city in statistical and
historical terms. Charles Coomes.
rate department expert from the
Florida Power and Light Com-
pany, showed with charts that
Miami is the fastest-growing of
the larger metropolitan districts
in the nation. Dr. T. E. Cato. head
of the Dade Countv Health de-
partment, described the diseases
endemic to this locality and the
work of his department in fight-
ing them. The health department
has had particular success in
fighting typhus fever, lowering
tin death rate from 60 cases in
1944 down to two cases so far
in 1949. he said. Men from the
health department is constantly
on guard against yellow and
dengue fever, both mosquito-born
diseases, not prevalent here now
because of their watchfulness.
Tetanus. Dr. Cato said, is more
often seen hue than elsewhere.
He added a warning that in-
creased tourist traffic here re-
sults in manv more accidental
deaths per capita than in other
areas ol the country.
Other speakers who appeared
on the "Consultation Conference"
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B'nai B'rith Youth To Hold Three-Day
Winter Tournament Here Dec, 27,28,29
from West Palm Bi
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the B'nai B'rith
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Florida will convene here on De-
"L- 27 28. 29, it has been
SSced'by Edward Tescher.
SE of the B'nai B'rith
(viith Council.
The junior order of B'nai B'rith
jUzraehi To Moot
Saturday Nighl
r-e Greater Miami Mizrachi
QHaiiicatiun will hold a special
wneral meeting and Melave
December 24, at
BA P lS,"'" "' MK1"' cultural
and athletic events]
nod with more than 200
participating,
The meet will open with a ree-
istration dance on Tuesday De-
s$n&s8 pm-j; *-*
Schedule for Wednesday wiU
include oratory and debate com-
petition preliminaries at 9 30
at Temple Beth Sholom. Qualify-
ing contests in Softball, baske't-
&3ke Saturday. December 24, at 3, fc"*T* i' Snoa- '
?p m -t he Congregation Beth and football are scheduled
Tfibh 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami j > P-m. and 3 p.m.
Kh! bSu Isaac H. Ever, presi- "**{ at Polo Park. Mi-
Beach. Rai
dent announces.
A program is being arranged.
and refreshments will be served
bv the sisti rhood *f the congre-
gation.
Rabbi Ever also announces that
Saturday. January 7. 1950. will
be Mizrachi Sabbath for Greater
Miami Jewry. At that time the
ami Beach. A beach partv' will
be held at Baker's Haulover at
8:30 p.m. with gn u]is leaving
from Miami Beach V.MHA an i
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter at 8 p.m.
Oratory and debate finals will
be held Thursday, at 10 a m
Temple i:
and girl.--- athletic finals will
Kotkin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the oi the late Morns
mely of 1511 S.W. 17th
S... Miami, will take place Sun-
cember 29. in the D
Restaurant. Seybold A
Committee in ch.....
rangements includes Cai I .'
Bob Cooper, Adr nm i.
Howard Kleinberg, E
:;. 25. at 11 a.m. at,and Gertrudi rtz.
Oh W llawn Park Cemetery, um ... .
withRal n April official- llalllll 1|)|MM II t I'll
ing. Mr. K itkin is survived by his |
: ,md one daughter.
He was n pioneer resident of Mi-
ami, a ter member of the
Beth El C ngregation. a charter
membei the Miami Hebrew
i nd Congregation and
Chevra K lisha. Relatives and
friends sked to attend.
Golden Agers To Meet
\>IVI T Chaplain
National Commander Harold
Russell of AMVETS ai I
this week the appointment
Rabbi Ducili > W( inbi rs : I
pie Ohabei Shalon B kline,
Mass as national chi
AMVETS for a t rm I ni year.
He succeeds Fathi I'. ncis Wal-
lace ; :. sse, Wis
Rabbi V. ;ed in the
O.n Sunday afternoon. Decem- Si uth P n the Ai
: 2a M pm the Golden Ag lains Corps and attained the rank
F::endship Club of the Miami ol major. Hi is the si rlergy-
Jewish Community Center will : man of the Jewish fail
hold a special meeting. At that as national chaplain in AMVETS
lime the r. ominations committee Ithe only War II veti ns'
will present the slate of officers ganization chartered by C >ngress.
for thf coming year. Nominations j ------- -----------
will also be accepted from the Board To Meet
Door All members are urged to A ^^ meetJng of ^ G:( ,.,:
.______________________________I Miami Chapter of the National
! Home for Jewish Children at
Denver will be held at the home
of Mrs. Reva Schwartz. 2692 Al-
ton Road. Miami Beach, on Tues-
day. December 27. at 11 a.m.
Brunch will be served. Card
playing is planned for the after-
noon.
Wet Planter To
Open Hog Raoituf
Meei Monday
the col
Ken-
' -'';n"un'1 "-acing." will swing
X ni8ht for
a Ji-night meeting,
V1 | ready for the big open-
I at the VuW.
^famous greyhound track is
lf : ng dogs, among
them derby champions who
:v America's leading
g .
. Th.e rang strip West Flag-
has been resurfaced and is
finest in the coun-
ry. Keo certain to go
Q,nn -!,nK mt0 awards bel r the
1848-50 meeting comes to a close
Leading the parade of stars as-
jled at West Flagler and
awaiting the colorful opening is
world Champion Beachcomber, a
hound owned by Paul Suth-
ttd which has turned in the
unbelievable by smashing through
with 85 triumphs. Beachcomber
holds the world record for wins.
:" is i nlv one of
many gri at mds and derby
stars assi ml li d : u the 1949-50
meeting.
''' :' Kennel Club is
I track in the
iss start-
ing r an at all
mds while
they are I awaiting
. bunny.
West Flagler times the
' l-10th ol nd
aul < clock.
' lial this gigantic dock
ich stand- better than five
feet is ble to all
ns at the 1 This clock
: i n the
box opens si I grey-
n thi while an
lock at the
fini
West Flaj II present an-
year The
.iint line will I inted < ach
day in the V
the first track
.n the coui ature.
The famous Flagler photo-
PAGE SEVEr-.
Col. Kelly To Speak
Col. Tom Kelly, commander of
the Harvey Seeds Post of the
American Legion, will address the
members ol the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith luncheon club on
v. December 23. at 12:15
p.m. at thi' Downtowner Restaur-
ant. Seybold Arcade.
Kelly, commanding officer of
the National Guard unit in
Greater Miami, has seen active
service in the Orient, and is an
authority on Army relations in
the Pacific. Subject of Col.
Kelly's address will be: "What
Are We Doing To Prepare For A
Strong Peace?"
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Jacob Sher. president, and
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S. C. Levenson have spent untir-
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West Flagler the ultimate in
greyhound racing.
More than 600 greyhounds have
been registered at the track, while
32 of the nation's top racing ken-
nels, including such well-known
names as Randle Bros.. Ohlinglcr
& Blair, R. K. Hutchings, Samuel
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Sisterhood Will
Honor Dr. Kaplan
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will honor Dr. Jacob ii Kaplan
rabbi emeritus of the temple, ai
a reception on Friday, Decembei
2.-,. following services Oil the 01 -
casion of his seventy-fifth birth-
day.
Mrs. Herbert U. Fiebelman and
Mrs. Frank A. Perlman are chair-
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Mrs. Joseph .If. Solomon
Marilyn Kantor
Becomes Mrs. Solomon
Living at 2402 S.W. 12th St. are
and Mrs. Joseph M. Solomon.
-.vhose marriage took place at the
Phyllis Kapp Studio on Novem-
| 6
The bride is the former Mari-
lyn Kantor. daughter of A. B.
Kantor. 1399 N.W. 20th St.. and
the late Mrs. A. H. Gross. Mr.
non is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mose Solomon. 1900 S.W.
17th Terr.
The bridal gown was ballerina
length mauve taffeta. With it she
.. re .. pale pink illusion veil
and carried a white bible belong-
ing to the bridegroom's sister.
Mrs. Harriet Pilton. Jackson-
ville, her sister's only attendant.
A-i re pale green taffeta. Philip
Solomon was best man for ins
ther and ushering wen Ken-
neth Lipman, Mitchell Goldman.
Herbert Quartin and Sam Le-
/ine. brother-in-law of the bride-
A reception foil iwed the cere-
ny.
Mrs Solomon was gradu..-.. t\
: m Miami Beach High School
and wa- active in USO work
.u tin- war. Her husband Mas
ated from Stanford Uni-
v i -.tv ..ml Ohio State Univ
and served in the armed forces
imost thret years.
The newlyweds honeymooned
;: the F rt Montague Hotel in
Nassau.
Jamaica Trip Follows
Haber-Wilck Nuptials
Miss Harriet Syelle Wilck be-
came the bride of Albert Herman
Haber on Sundav at the Roney
Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan read the 4:30
p.m. service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Herman R. Wilck.
1200 S.W. 23rd Ct. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Haber, Saratoga Springs and
Miami Beach.
For the ceremony, the bride
wore a duchess satin gown with
scalloped off-shoulder bertha
outlined with satin rosettes. Her
lace-trimmed veil was held by a
seed pearl tiara.
The bride's mother ch(
beige gown with silver beading
tor the occasion and the bride-
groom's mother wore a ci coa
lace-trimmed dress.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
Following a wedding trip to
Jamaica. BWI, the couple will
reside at 1200 S.W. 23rd Ct.
The encasement of Miss Gloria
Berna Philips to a Miamian.
I.t. Eli Gersten. was announced
at a party given by her mother.
Mrs. Charles Philips, Los An-
geles. Lt. Gersten is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Gersten.
3040 S.W. 15th St. A graduate of
Alabama Tech, he is stationed in
Los Angeles with the Army
Veterinary Corps. Miss Philips
attended Rochester Tech, Ro-
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kullbach of Westfield, Mass.. will
arrive this week to spend the winter with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker, 1121 S.W. 2nd St.
Also arriving to winter with the Beckers is Mrs. Rebecca Novick
oi Brooklyn, N. Y., their aunt.
* + *
Miss Joyce Rosengarten, a student at Ohio State University,
will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, 5860 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. She will have
as her guest Miss Marilyn Zanville of Toledo, Ohio. Both girls
are members of Sigma Delta Tau sorority at Ohio State.
* *
Marvin Kranz arrived from Gainesville, where he is taking
graduate work at the University of Florida, to spend the holidays
with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase Ave.,
Miami Beach.
* + *
Arriving Friday to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., is their son, Alfred, who
is a senior at Harvard College.
* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Goldman, 901 3rd St., Miami
Beach, for several weeks are their son, Sidney; his wife, Sylvia;
and his daughter, Laurie, all of New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, 2143 S.W. 6th St., have returned
from a four-month stay in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also in-
cluded in their itinerary were Nassau, Panama, Lima, Peru;
Santiago, Chile; and Rio de Janiero, Brazil. In Argentina the
Miamians visited their nephews and nieces and made a tour of
Jewish schools and organizations.
***.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr.,
motored to Deland last weekend to attend the graduation of
their son, Frank, Jr., from Stetson University.
* *
Miss Joyce Aronovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Aronovitz, 240 S.W. 22nd Avenue Road, will leave for Jackson-
ville Monday. She will remain there for a week before leaving
for Tallahassee, where she is a senior at Florida State Uni-
versity.
* *
Jordan Bittel, a student at Harvard Law School, is spending
the holidays until after New Year's with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Bittel of 3010 Alton Road, Miami Beach. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa, Florida Blue Key and Phi Kappa
Phi honorary scholastic and other fraternities.
* + +
Vacationing at the Hollywood Beach Hotel are Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Robinson and their daughter. Gale, and son, Sandy.
Mr. Robinson is head of the Manischewitz wine division in
New York.
* *
Evelyn Bauer, 2868 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, recently
returned from a three-week stay in New York, where she was
the houseguest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Neugebauer. Highlights of her trip included a family
Thanksgiving dinner and birthday party for her daughter,
Ruth Gladys Finkelstein; the installation of her daughter into
Arista, a junior high school honor society; and a reunion
luncheon with co-counselor, Jane David, parents and children of
the Blue Mountain Camps, East Stroudsburg, Pa., where she
served as camp counselor last summer.
* -* *
Home for the holidays from Harvard Law School, where
he is a junior, is Alan Westin, son of the Irving Westins, 1021
W. 46th St., Miami Beach. Alan took his underqraduate work
at the University of Florida, where he was a member of Phi
Beta Kappa, Phi Kapa Phi, the varsity debate team and
numerous other honoraries.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried cf Roselle, N. J., will arrive
Friday, December 23, to visit Mrs. Fried's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th Terr. A number of parties
have been planned tor the couple during their stay. They will
return North on January 3.
* + *
On winter vacation from Columbia University where he is
a medical student, Larry Rubin, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin,
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, is beinq entertained by his many
fr:ends in the area at various affairs in his honor. Larry, a
qraduate of Miami Beach Hiqh School, is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
The Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation
Cordially invites you to attend a
Siyam Hatorah
Sunday evening, December 25th, at 7 P.M.
At the Congregation
1101 S. W. 12th Avenue
Sunny B<
Betrothal Revealed!
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Bed
2837 Pinetree Dr.. Miami Bea
and Barnngtori. H |
nounced the en nt of ,|.
daughter. Sur.ny. to Sheldon
Blank, son of the 1) ivid Blan
4307 Alton Road M mi Bea
The wedding is scheduled
early March.
Miss Berge: a;:, nried send
in New England and gradual
from Miam: Beach High. She!
now a sophomon at the Uf
versity of Miami where she
longs to Alpha Ep>:],,n Phi.
Her fiance attended Mia
schools and served in the pal
troopers during the war. He ii
graduate of '.h< University of i
ami. where in was affiliated wa
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity Hel
in business with his father.
Arthur Sorosky Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs Louis Soros!
1355 S.W. 22i ,nnimjJ
the Bar M v. : their
Arthur, on Saturday, Deeemll
24. at the Mia n Hebrew Srhl
and Cong..... 1101 S.W. lj
Ave.
The Bar Mitzvah will condJ
services and i.iress the cnngl
gation. Ri.i Simon April
officiate.
The young n, n attends She
andoah Jun. r High and plays|
the school band Hi is a numb
of Scout Tro ; 5, which is spa
sored by tin Miami Hebn
School and Coi tion.
A reception :11 follow
ceremony and relatives
friends are inviti '. i attend.
Leslie Twins Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Si lomon H. Lea
announce the Bar Mitzvah]
their twin sons, J hnny and Rd
ney, to be held Saturday,
cember 24. at 9 a n
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mffi* 0 v-Mcv of Mr.
Dcv.t- Gottlieb of
# v.. t Sanford
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*=*, ,, Miami,, on No-
p 25 At C ingrcgation Beth
. in marriage by her
PV bride wee a gown of
.ik lace over nylon tissue.
B( French illusion fell
, coronet of matching ace
" sh( i ned a bible
with .i white orchid and
with stephanotis. Her
ornament was a strand of
-.. ..-. I ridegroom.
sister of the
st v, (i as maid of
r'ina ballerina-length gown
fL0a brown She carried a
n-haped bouquet of talisman
* Judith G ittlieb, sister of
i bride, was flower girl. She
nvhit. "- md.v und carried
i. carnations The
CpSom's father was best man.
Chride's m ither was gowned
Hal blue satin and the bride-
iosi lilack and
fwedding dinner at the Sherry
Bter.ac II"'.' iollowed the
mce. After dinner the couple
for New Y rk, where the
plans to continue her train-
fat Brooklyn Jewish Hospital
*<' School Mr. Cogen is a
inateof New York University
I is a teachei there.
Richard Sussman To
Become Bar Mitzvoh
Mr. and Mrs. Ern at R
2138 N.W. 43rd Si
Bar Mitzvah of ,:
a,d\to n^ hokl "" "~ '
cember 24. at the n.
Synagogue. S.W. :
tween 26th and 271
fTJl B;:r ,Mil/v-
of the student pati | :
Dav.cr He s al
Boy Scout Troop 63.
The Sussmanns ...
at a reception at th
bunday from 4 to 7 p.i
sonal invitations
sued. R( l,.t ., .
invited to attend.
K(lna B. Finberg
Hyman Babich Wed
PAGE NINE
clave Malke Held
llhe Golda M( verson Pioneer
men's Read ng and Study
toup held a Malave Malke on
hrriuv evi :. December 17.
be home of M s. Rose Brodv.
ll S.W. llth Terr.
lA ikit entitli d "An Invitation
Histo: y." p I raying the first
Hit Congress held in Basle in
I, was | n I. Participating
re the Mesdami s Anna Sorin
Id. chairman: Ruth Uliss. nar- !
Icr, D. Kass. Eva Kahn. L. |
phkin. S. Quvon. M. Rosengar- |
. M. Seeman and S. Shapoff.
jrecording of the Moldau by
na was played and a hu- I
5 skit pr<- nted. P. Puchoff i
Ted the C'hanuka candles.
plan Named
llwnKapian oi Miami has been
wd to the program commit-
I'O.-tn- i:i;ii annual meeting
[the Si.uTh.rri section of the
Kional Jewish Welfare Board
[1 ... v 14 and 15.
":;:- : ',.,-] Sc-hlanger.
ton. Tex.. Southern section
pwrat.
ORDAINED RABBI
Gives Instructions ir. Hebrew
and Prepares for Bar Mitzvah
1561 Lenox Ave.. Miarr.i 3eecn
Phone 5-9025
WANTED
representative for outstanding American-Je-A-.sh
institution. Educational background, pleasing
personality and experience preferred.
WRITE A. B.. BOX 2973. MIAMI 18. FLA.
Both S ho I o in
I oil's Students
In addition to the annual
Chanuka celebration which was
held at the temple on Sunday,
December 18. children of Beth
Sholom religious school, are being
entertained at individual parties
all during the week of Chanuka
by various mothers of the chil-
dren who attend the school.
H. Messes to various classes in-
clude the Mesdames Sam Frankel,
n Robinson, Jonas Weiland,
Kronish. Eli Meltzer. Ben
a in, Benjamin Goldstein. Alex-
ander Kogan. Morris J. Kandel.
David Godlin und Carl Susskind.
"These individual class parties
in the homes of our children
'' insl tuted for the first time
by our PTA last year and proved
successful that Beth
has now instituted this
regular part of its
stivities each year "
Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, chairman of
the pi said.
MAX DREYER
: B
I laugh tei
Mrs. H. D. Finb
' Jefl M Bi
erly ton, Mass.
-:..:: :. N ber 19, 1
son oi Mrs Jen-
nii Bal .. Bi klj n, N. V. at
Mi Bi h J- ish Center.
.v :n from
Boston t ;.
Brooklyn.
:.
Mrs. Sydney G Idl rg, Mrs.
Dn:,: St< in Mrs Robert Ker-
-'. sisters thi bi ide, and
Sam ales-
Sydney
Sti in,
Roberl Kershin.
The
in Nass .....::r>ved into
thei vn at :>i",: West
B
nd :.' t sistt .. Mrs.
- In
tionally known :n the theati
world as the Leslie Sisters Mrs.
Babich w -- als the i rgai
and first president I the Louis
D. Brandt is Auxiliary 109 : I
Free Sons : Isi .. I here.
Grandmothers Meet
Tiie T>. mpl( Isi..' I > n .-
mothi rs '-- ::
Tuesc:.,y ;.: th( Mrs
Joesph Camm i T ft<
w; s '..< voted to t .-:..
-,.nL.- and ti V. ng -
si' r;i s.
[ersonally Speaking .
Sgi. Dcve Goldberger, radio annour.ee: with the A-.e:.:c::
*-orce at Tripoli, Africa, is visiting his parents r.r.cc. cr.c
B. Akiba Goidbeiger, and brother, Arthur, 1561 Ler.cx Ave.
p.; Beach.
* *
',7 and Mrs. Bernard Neumark oi New York :.:e visiting
y.eumar''s parents, Mr. and Mis. Morris Czr.er., BC7 Bth
Miami Beech. Mr. Neumark is a practicing ;ttc::-.ey in
" -ork.
For Service
Phone 2-6345
MR RENTALS
, FOLDING
1ZURN. CO.
J. 1st Ave.
Miami
Held
JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
WELL-KNOWN PIANIST
;- er Tei Temple
l~r..\--. sity .: Philad Iphia
ASXOVSCES
;;... is available for
: its al his
studio. 34 W Flagl< i Street, i

Als th(
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PALM m UPHOLSTERERS
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Parlici-
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ft,,Chickens with the ring of the GMVH = ;
' otheMn'fVISed and endorsed by the Vaad. ..
eph f Rfo,rmation about Kashruth call our Directo..JR.bDi
HXhbv Ratkovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone o-d?^-
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vJenisfi noridian
FRIDAY. DECEMflFP
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Solomon To Play
Here TuoMlav
Solomon, the British pianist,
who this year on his first real
American tcui is sending the
critics lushing to their diction-
aries for new superlatives to do-
scribe his playing, will appear in
recital on Tuesday evening. De-
cember 27. for the Community
Concert Series presented under
the auspices of the YM & WHA
of Miami Beach in the Beach
high school auditorium.
Very little is known of Solo-
mons private life, the one-named
pianist shying away from the
glamour treatment, preferring to
let his pianistic proficiency speak
for him.
On his previous appearances in
this country he was extravagant-
ly praised by the musical cognos-
centi to a degree that makes one
wonder why this is only his third
visit in two decades.
An unusual reflection on Solo-
mi n's playing is that he gives the
impression, as he plays, of listen-
ing, even as the audience: that it
is pleasure to enjoy the ric*h
resonant tone he produces, and
his challenge to make it the
means of .. vital, imaginative]
musical experience.
Perhaps the highest compli-1
men! paid to Solomon's artistry I
was written bv Winthrop Sar-1
gi ant in the New Yorker maga- '
zine of October 15: "Midway
thi ugh the program I stopped
analyzing S lomon and forgot
and his piano :n the
. spell of t:i' music itself.
i fjomi thing thai hap-
pens 1 ~r.<. and when il does I
feel that 1 am in the presi n< i I
a -.:; lativt ai tisl "
A recepti n ai I i< Lord Ti
t n H :. m 8 to 10 p.m.
D 26 .... .
nisi
Heim Conducts Service
For Flagler-Granada
Leo Heim conducted the tradi-
tional Chanuka candlelighting
service at the last meeting of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
on Thursday. November 15. at the
Coral Gables Woman's Club. Se-
lections were also offered by the
group's women's choral unit, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Paul
Drazcr.
Leo Rothstein. entertainment
chairman, discussed final plans
lor the New Year's eve dance to
be held at the woman's club. Ad-
mission will be five dollars per
couple and will include buffet
supper and an entire evening of
entertainment. Reservations must
be made four davs before the af-
fair oy calling Rothstein or any
member of his committee, wnich
includes Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kirschner. Mrs. Sol Nissinoff.
Mrs. Ralph Lang and Mrs. Bob
Tiauman.
The group is conducting serv-
ices on Saturday morning at 9
c clock at 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Olipliant Gained
Frat President
Elmer Oliphant of Miami was
recently named president of the
Pi Lambda Phi Chapter at the
University of Florida.
Also elected were Melvyn
Frumkes, Miami Beach, archon..
Ei nest Berthe, Lakeland, scribe:
Ed Presser. Jacksonville, Keeper
of the exchequer: Buddy Lopatin.
Miami Beach, marshall.
Initiated into the fraternity on
December 7 was Jules Whitman
of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Clein To Be Hostess
Mrs, William Clein will be
hostess at a benefit luncheon and
card party for DOV Chapter of
Mizrachi Women at her home,
1860 S.W. 4th St., on Thursday,
December 29. at 12:30 p.m. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Children's
Village in Camp Ranana, Israel.
Mrs. Sam Geltner is chairman
of the affair. Assisting her are
Mrs. Julia Levy, co-chairman, and
the Mesdames Jacob Katz, Bessie
Mallah, Rose Pertes. Abe Rosen-
berg and Samuel Wilchyk.
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rrrEMBER23. 1949
NOTICES
ttefJr,.< i:t of the
"k'1 T-i.i.-i.m. circuit
*l.i i'.M'K '"l-NTT.
i '
^'/hYvkuv. No;
irriKKT
. MERWIN
J'vi-u YORK
f>,,M.ii:V NOTIFIED to
: ii'-1; ',,,. mc In the
T mv' '"i '" ,,",
H* '"' a I'" '"'"
Sj^B'n KATHERMAN.
LEGAL NOTICE
yggjg/ftefcftm
PAGE ELEVKN
an nereoy ordered ,,, n,
V:,a1'""","; ','" ''"." "' 'n.i.ifl i

,.
",7V STOCKING,
< W" | ,....: j Clerk.
K"TH .
piaintlrl
:,f-U^DER FICTITIOUS
^fe^ravEN thai
,,,l Equipment Co.:
" | .,,i.|. anil Scaffold
r''\v'.':l Street, Miami.
u to register Bald name
lit Court of
*liX < DBA*
t<
, ,.i'."v""V'n,h "' WH are hereby
-------------------. nP*lrled ""l required to present an)
RBKA ANN HoWER......\ ,..,', iv t?h DEal ,F,.pubucation *i? and. demand. a.....h ,,.,,. or SAMciP RT.OTv1rKR
or before the 24th da) of Jamiarv Fl VA-VvVi. l l.T..ro,"RT OK'THE ', ,- ; .'......> have against the ri \\ 'ii: Li Vrv, -,-
,.SATED th" S1 -" *...... ,, '- s^: S T^i^^1,-AN
DAVID ROSNER
ELIZABETH ROSXKR
''!'' k, iiimi ,,,,,
(Clrouil Court Seal)
Bj WM \V STOCKING
MARION BR.....CS '" '
Solicitor for PI
in Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
12 23-30 l 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERKItV HIVES thai
],;;rn:" lay l......
I Court Vi if)
atherm;
U i thf undersigned, deiili tit) Hy M c. feige.
.nrrrcp"FlCTITIOUS bualnese ui.....r the fk-tltiouH nume of KAMUFi i >, deputy Clerk.
E yND ,,., Monogram Service In l>a *",";. '' "r.ri 'r S Wll.l.iAM P. TACB ---------------------------------------------------------.
'* > iihli.v I-. I.I'. .Il'.l Nl. "...>.-, r. n ,--li;.\,,l I-.. Met. n't
A- Executrix of the Last Will and *""". KENNETH SPRAGUE, 63ffi
Testament ( Anna C. Kehoe. He- """' 8tI-eet, Foresl Hills, Long I- i
Ni w Yoi I;, are notified to file you
appears..... in the above cause foi dl-
v........n the 16th day of January,
a 11 l50, oth< rwlse decree pr.....;.-
________ fesso iii i.....ntered against )
Dat< 'i this i in. day of i
Attoiney for Executrl
12 9-16-23-30
lend '' IJ
ih the Clerk "f ""' Circuit
rase County, Florida.
1 r>\VII> SUDNoW
BERNARD SoPFIAN
5,,v owners
_ .IAMIN
lot Applfc-ai
lAVli
IBEX
... ^.,,.N0TICE TO APPEAR
IN THE '":'"I",T ....."'' '"-' k l i.KA-n iRMAN.CIer*
Sole Owner
MARX M, KAHKH
ConEress Bldg.
1^ '23-30 I 6-13
hrT UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS MEREHV HIVEN that
,,if,i. dealiin- to engage in
inii' the n.'titious name of
lure lirokers at 2141
rj, Leon Bn ilevard. Coral
ntetiii'' to register ss name
.....f the Circuit Court
i
: -TRRMAN
Sole Owner
.a... .....AM
| BMg.
: Hi
[NOTICE TO APPEAR
E CIRC
KNTH
UNI' I- ..
BDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IX THE I'lltcriT iiUKT oh Tin:
IITH .lll'HIAI. i ll'.'Tir IN AND
Knit DADE i'ointy. Ki.oi:ii'\
IN I'HANl'HliV
.,.,NTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till-. COCSTY JCnriR'S COURT
in anii i-"i: uaih: cocntt
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re ESTATE OK
l.oris STEIOER,
I "c ssed.
T.. All i'1-edltors an.I aii Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or^Demands'Againrt'fteld fJU"
j^^^J^S^Sl^ fcircuirco-urtse^r
IN CHANCERT, No 128913 M fEI9,E,1
MVRTEENA ACDREV DATES, Plain- MILTON K KIMII'M n'" '
lIe,e,ndanfROI'D EDWARD OATES' ""olney A' FRU2DMAN-
TO: HAROLn EDWARD GATES, "/1--M-M l 6_________________________
""Chatham Street West, NOTICE under fictitious
Windsor, Canada. name law
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
>our appearance or answer t" the th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
mi'iaint for Divorce in tin- business under the flctlMous name of
it before January 18th, Jewish Floridlan Printers at 120 N.E
HII
KScT-IT .ii'-liT or' THE ''j' '.-npla BW|f.
fcfTH Jl'I'l'-IAI. CIRCUIT, JJ*?; "'" '!
m TOR I'Al'K COVNTY, '- -'" '-''
Bj M. C FEIGE, hereor7"&aid claims or" demands to'
NORMAN R LYONS. ESQ?"y """ """'^ "' lhe
Attorney at Law
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th.- fictitious name of
claimant and lo bi sworn to and name law g*"}?,B' ?/ieililou,8-,na",*,i
liresented ;,- aforesaid, or same will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,!'^' VVii J, \'' >-, '1
lie barred Se. Section 12.....' the 'be undersigned, desiring to engage In "... .**' :s""'- Mjaml, Plorlda,
Adoption nf ln(
RROMBEIP i
irrHONY Lr:n
|BER f.maxi i:i. HRi i.MBERO,
'.-l SJth BI
::':: llohnti \.
I ate \ vember 18, A.D. 1MI,
III.LII-: STEIGER,
ngage
under the fictitious nun.....t
Th.- Winchester Apts, al 52O-530 S.W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .- |..,.. .... K, |, .,,.,.,!.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that PHILLIPS, WALTERMAN &
the undersigned, desiring engage In PHILLIPS
business undei the fictltiou I Attorneys for Administratrix
Perrj Furniture Co :it 303 North 12/2-9-16-23
Miami Avel le, Miami. Florida, In-
Ml: Street, Miami, Ha., Intend'to County. Florida
int.nil to registi said nam.- with
th.- Clerk "f the Circuit Court <'. Dada
York Citv X, York tend> to ti lid name
Ag HEREBY llEyt'IRED to l'l,-rk "f *he flrcult Court of Dade
Star In th.- al.ove styled'1'......'> ll'"'i .....
lhe 27tb 'I., of January, 'A' K i*BRR1
As Administratrix of the Estate register s.iiii name with the Clerk "f
lhe Circuit Court of Dada County,
Florida.
MAX S. GRODNER
liOROTIIV S. GROUSER
ISAAC JOFPE
AM..in. y for Applicants
' HO Itlscaj ne Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
11.23 12 :-:i-lii-;:l
LARRY ZEISLER
HARRY BERKE
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney
92" Lincoln Road
12 16-23-30
Hole iwner
l.i:si IE C ROME
SOI Bisi ,-i ni Bldg,
Miami 32, Fla.
Mto shim cau hy the peti-
jMopiii-n flle.l l.\ ANTHONY
ie the ail..|,ti 1 ^li- i : granted.
1 published In '-'
PH ach week
".111 live V ks.
I lit lith ii.i 'l iccember,
E. V. I/HATHERMAN,
Wfrk < n>e i ir, lit i 'ourt,
Wdt Count v Flo: .la.
: Court Seal)
By !' GOULD,
l-r. I>i nuty Clerk.
mTOVw k \l-I.AN
B *.
ApproTwdby
EATER MIAMI VAAD
HAIASHRUS
1^* E. Rockorsky.
Dirwctor
Demand
SINAI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
the ii i. idgned, il*slrlng to engage In
huslness under the rictltlous name ol
'i>.i-l.,,. k.i Furniture Co. ..t ::T^ Opu-
I.."-ka Bl> la, l-'l.i Intends
-.i:.i n.,'ne Ith the 'lei i>
. Ch r| of I i ,i,
Florida.
MURRAY TAYLOR
is \ vc ,i"i-i i:
| : '
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of Till
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name with th
in anii Kin: ii.viiE COUNTY, Court of Dade County, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :
the undeisigned, desfrli g to < ngage In
business under the t i> itlouv nan
R ibln ii itel .' '-'' N. E. 2nd Avi
Miami. Fla., Intends to registi r I
ik of the Cl
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 2C722 ACTS OF 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
Let. Boskin, hold......'.....I> Tax I- 16-3-30 l,b-i3 __________
Sale Certificate) nu ered ..>;. x|34 --------------------------------------------
and l"4>;, issued tin 27th rta ORDER OF PUBLICATION
May, v M '- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nie vour appearan
my office, and has made applli
for n lax di ,i lo In l> led i1
Hatd I' I
ing ii'-, i ii" i ii the i
,,f I laile, Slat. 1,1 I : till Ul II
I .ol 22. Block 36, West F I'a'l-
I See. H Sub I'la I M..... I'"*'
l 112, In the Count)
of Florida, a..... Cert I
j Bo 7-Tie The
'pr.....rty under lhe -
| ujed a- in 'I"- nanii
Dri lover. ,
N TT.!' ft. of Loi I""' h -
Bvanston II. Ighl n > I
Page 16, i ;;- r I nidi stm
uf Horidn, as eml
Bo. S134. I'ln '-
pj-opi 11^ nidi i '
l'l."l:il'A. IN CHANCERY, N-
JAMES P. COLE, JR., Plaintiff, vs.
KATHLEEN COLE, Defendant.
To: KATHLEEN COLE,
i Hunstall Street,
Si*unthor|ie,
Lin, olnal
England
1> ,| ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t,
answil '.. Hi.
HARRY GOLD, Lessee
13_____________________
~"NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
the undersigned, desiring to i i gage In
i: -- under the flctll is I bme of
LITTLE GEORGIA MARKET r
s. W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, F i
Intends to registi said name wltl
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of l >a la
County, l'
SAMUEL BOOKOFP
I Sole I iwni '
;' tak' WILUAM |V BRENNER
'ed > yoil. \n...r..i- for U-nnrol It, ,,ko'f
nt. |,XR \XD ORDERED.at Miami. ,V .-",. -..i.:
Florida, this 9 da) of I.....mbcr, ______________
i:\ill li DICIAI. CIRCUIT |ii|| oi Complaint for Divorce In this
IN AND FOR DADE COVNTY, I .,... nn ol before 'he lull i
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No. January, A. I' ll'SO: other* -
Uil!
IIEI.I \ I.ANI iM VS. Plaintiff,
. 'i VRLES I. VSDM VN, Defendant.
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PAGE TWELVE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
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\orlli Shore Unit
KU-vis Oif|floors
" Ntelvin Pazol was elected presi-
dent of the North Shore Jewish
Center at a general meeting of
*.he organization.
Others named to office were
Terry Sussman, first vice presi-
ient; Sam Solloway, second vice
sresident; Lester Lasky, record-
ng secretary; Melvin Altman,
corresponding secretary; Jack
Pint, financial-secretary; Samuel
i Xafei 11 easui er; Harrj Tessler,
sexton.
Mem be s ol the board of trus-
ai< Ben B iss Leo Steinman,
\i>< Weintri ub, Frank Schne I r,
\i ris Fi nster, Sam Feldman
'. iuis Goi dman, Philip Pritzei
\ in G Idm n. F i ; Goldman,
. Eisensti in George Stern.
I Go! Ifin Dr Philip S'
I B; I (! Id n, A .) Kap-
n E Snj di .. Ed Goldstein and
Worris Dol linger.
Meeting Postponed
: the Daughters
: ai lly scheduled foi
1 22, has beei I ined
M leci 26, l)t-
itu of Hebri a Ai lemy
ili. -. Mi Bl nch Schechti .
unced Thi
ip will meet at the Hi lem
I ..! B ach, at ;i p
Speaks At Beach
1 T, Si ; mm I tlumi nthal, i >n-
u ing psyc hi ilogist, spoke on
I' Way ol Life" on
'' nd evening December 19, at
ai thi Miami Il< ach Y.
Manischewitz Presents Sportsmanship
Award To Dodger Jackie Robinson
Committee Meets
The committee in charge of the
annual Hadassah dinner dance to
be held on January 8 at Copa
City met at the Ronev Plaza Ho-
tel on Thursday. December 22. at
11 a.m.. according to Mrs. Ber-
nard Silverman. who is in charge
erf arrangements. Mrs. Ralph
Sperro is chairman of tickets and
reservations for the Miami Beach
Group and Mrs. Aaron Courshon
for the Hannah Senesch Group.
All groups in the Greater Miami
Chapter are 1 to participate.
.: >n enl may be made
by calling Mrs. AJx^Tl
President ****#$
group. "raBiil
I i 11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDErT^tT^
., NAME LAW1'0'
NOTICE is m-MlKHrn
buBlneHg ,!,., t| .
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k ing thi fourth annu I
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Good Sportjmans hip Av
m attended
lead "iu publi
11 B irj I Mania
: if thi B flanis-
chewitz Mi tzo Ci n |
ed .. spi ial troph) .to ,
R ibim '!'. Bi ooklyn D I
p, in
n! his contribui ions I w ;- th
furl ring : Am in
leals.
Mr. Manischewitz is presently
vacationing in Miami Beach
i he is being extensively en-
tertained at a series of affairs :n
his honor.
Tlu award, given* bv the Manis-
chewitz Foundation, an organiza-
tion sponsored by the Manis-
chewitz family and the U. S.
Maccabi Association, is bestowed
each year upon the one individual
in public life who is considered
to have done the most towards
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"By honoring this kind of ex-
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Mr. Robinson, in accepting the I
trophy, said that though it was
not the first to be presented to
him. it was the one he would
value most because of its signifi-
cance.
Other speakers at the luncheon
included Hai ry Hershfield, fa-
mous columnist, cartoonist and
raconteur, who was toastmaster
at the luncheon, and Barney Ross,
war hero and former world's
welterweight champion, who re-
ceived the award last year.
Prominent among the luncheon
guests were Bernard Manischew-
itz. president of the B. Man-
ischewitz C impanj and William
Manischewitz, retary-tieasur-
: the matzo baking firm.
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,inBCEMBER 23. 1949
to Exp**1 In
riheastArea
r ii)uis Glasser, Miami
I** if the national executive
hlee oMhe American Jew-
Kl/ress and a national vice
|C?"g. nf if women's division,
-ted that Seymour Fish-
'Tector of the organization
i-rtment of the American Jew-
KSmi left here today after
f"g of conferences with re-
latives of the Jewish com-
?, V in New Orleans. Mem-
"Birmingham, Atlanta and
He was accompanied by
" H B Segal, the American
X Congress Southeastern
representative, who will
ilthe local communities form
Icbapters and coordinate their
ferities. ,
, American Jewish Con-
t'd Mrs. Glasser, "now
Ektbanevei must expand its
E,,ie throughout the country
Ker to carry on the aims ex-
Q M nobly in the past by
Egntly lust tounder and pres-
V Stephen S Wise.
Tie ideas of such founding
Ljers of the American Jewish
Cness as Rabbi Wise and Su-
ne Court Justice Louis D.
ideis are being carried on
by our newly-elected na-
,1 'president. Rabbi Irving
ft," Mrs. Glasser said.
\r. Iladassali To
hi.mm- Siii'ial
lie Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
jah will hold a holiday social
Sundav. December 25, at 9
at Landing Inn, 7800 Bis-
ne Blvd.
|v. Dottie Pepper, social
birman. announced that pro-
ids from the affair will go to-
lirds the maintenance of Isak.
I orphan in the Meier Shfeyah
lige whom the unit has adopt-
j Admission is 75 cents. Miss
jper said, and there will be
icing and entertainment.
(Serving on the committee in
large of the event are the
isses Miriam Scheinberg. Char-
Cohen. Phyllis Rothenberg.
fctey tinhorn and Joyce
Ihneiderman.
I EXTEND
CHANUKA GREETINGS
AND THE
| SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
GEORGE OKELL
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Rabbi Kronish Speaks
To Pioneer Women
Rabbi Leon Kronish was princi-
pa speaker at the annual Cha-
nuka party given bv Mr and
Mrs Joe Mintzes on Sunday D<-
cember 18. for Pioneer Women
Club No. Two. Over 300 Sons
heard the rabbi's address
Mrs Abe Shedroff. president of
the club, was chairman of the
event. Mrs. Jacobson servi
mistress of ceremonies and '
Anna Goldberg offered thi
vocation. Max Dorff kindlei I
Chanuka candles and chanu
blessings. Mrs. Esthei -
led community sinping.
Other participants in thi
gram were Mrs. Bessie W(
Mr. Bookspan Mrs. Clai
man and Mrs Manya Shul
Next meeting of the grou]
be held on Monday. I),
at Kneseth Israi i. 1415 Eu
Ave.. Miami Beach R< :
will be served.
*to*i**fk)r/ PAGETHIRTEBN
Charles Lee To Speak
"Atomic Energy for Good
Evil" will be the subject | .,
address by Charles H. Lei on
Saturday. December 24. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 124 11th
St., Miami Beach. A musical pi
gram will precede the lecture and
a question period will follow.
On Saturday. December 31. Dr.
Max Warmbiand will speak at
the forum on "Why Grow Old?"
l?K.'2l. "*" at," Ceremonies
Knesolh Israel Congregation
dedicat el i ,tion.
FinSftrSf*1 '-'' A
.,'n: ha "i th en-
who irv-
Rabbi H Eve"
. .; : opening th.
' Mr and Mrs Hai G
Wolf
' building
: '" :. kimer
and
:- !- A Werman
',:" 'he Ten C ents
. .; lent Ha rj
= ,:;;-' K... v.
' Senator Cl iu li P r,..
"tativ. Georgi S .
Mayor Harold Turk and Dr. Jacob
M. Kaplan, president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, were read by the rabbi.
Cantor Leib Lange rendered
the musical program and Rabbi
Ever delivered the dedication ad-
dress.
Many civic leaders and rabbis
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association were present.
After the dedication celebra-
tion refreshments were served in
the social hall by the ladies
auxiliary.
Oneg Shabbat
Cpni n Beth Tfilah will
hold an Oneg Shabbat Friday,
p. ember 23 at 8 p.m. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rack .:i address
the gathering and lead the group
in Israel songs and zmiros. Re-
freshments will be served and
nost will be Joseph Kaplan.
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Rabbi April To Speak
Rabbi Simon April will speak
Sunday. December 25. from 4 30
to 5:30 p.m. on the Birnbaum
Jewish Hour over station WMBM. I
according to Joseph Birnbaum.
director. Also on the program will
be Cantor Samuel Kelemer. who
will offer several -elections, and
Hyman Birnbaum. who will pre-
sent a skit.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Northside Jewish Center. $231
H.W. Firsl Ct.
Sunday school class.-s .-wry Sunday
at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655
N.W. 2nd St. Hebrew classes under
direction of Key. 1'hilip EYlad al 7]
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursdays from to 6 p.m.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Prlday evening seryice* at .V1.1.
Saturday morning servires at 8:30!
I'urinK tiie morning service Rabbi
K.n-kovsky will preach if th. Week. 'Hi Haturda) at < pjn.
the rabbi win apeak "" "Drearaa."
-Mimha at 4::10 p.m. followed
by Shalosh Beudba ami Maariy.
Morning; services dally at 7:30
a.m. followed b> class in btlsbna. Ev
nlng aervlcea dall) at 5:15 followed
by < lass in Laws and CtMtomH. Maanv
follow*. Classen will be conducted by
Kabbl Rackovsky.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Prlday evening services al p.m.;
Saturday morning at a.m. Sol I_.
Sugarman, principal, win deliver a
ermon on "Joseph Was the Governor
{>' tin- Land.*' Mim-ha ;it .". jt.ni.
followed by Shalos Keudos. IJaily
ervlces al 7:SP p.m. ami 5:15 pin.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Prlday evening services at 6:15,
Saturday morning at : a m. liar Mitz-
\.ili Arthur, son "i Mr. and Mrs.
^ Sorosky. Mlshna class at 4 ::'.
iwed bj Mlnt-ha and Maariv serv-
Bai Mltsvah services Sunday
.. nlng s :'" follow ed by a Ha r
Mltsvah breakfast. Slyam Hatorah
Sunday at 7 p.m on I n-i 2 >th. Hunon)
Ml 10 a.n Hell e .-. hool dally
, I', p.in. I tail) s.i \ i.-. ..I 7: "."
. and '. i p in.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
-'..' Inil \ p III.
- n nlng .it s > Rabbi
:1' rend Mi hn al
11 low .1 h Sll idos.
I>al : i
.','.
I p.III.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
i : Ti l. i
. : l: ibbl HnniK
- ..*...
:. II l. Will IMPS
W.....ii the l.a
. Sunda> morn-
-
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Frldav svenlng services at 8:15.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct
services and deliver the sermon. His
topic will be "ModestyA Major Da-
fellse of Jews. Dr. Paul Beck
win officiate as cantor, a reception
will follow Pree religious school meets
Sunday moiniiiK at 10.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Mote* Mes-
cheloff.
Ben-ics will I..- held Friday evening
at 6:10. Late DYIday evening lecture.
The rabbi will speak. Saturday morn-
iiiK at 8:80 Rabbi Meschelofl will
deliver the sermon. Cantor l-'.-ler
will chant the services, i" Congrega-
ttion at io a.m. under direction of a.
.1 Salra Itabbi .1 S.billnian will teach
Bible .lass at l p in Shalosh Beudos at
."> pin. Dall} services at 7 anil 8 a in
and 5:16 pni Kabbl conducts dall)
course in study of "The Mlshna."
Rabbi will speak on th.- Horn......f
the Week. Dally school from .1:30 to
; :in Monda) through Thursday and
!' a in. to noon on Sunday.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Prlday evening services at S p.in
Saturday morning Bervlces at ?. Sun-
day school in a in
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Prlday sv*nlng services al B:13. Dr
Kaplan will prvach on "Josephs Ad-
vice: l.av l'p K.....I Following th*
'.-' \ .- tiler.- will In- a reception vl" M-
-. .1 bj he Sistet I......I in honor "f
Dr, Kaplan's 75th birthday.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services al 8:13.
I' Raiison w i'l pr< u< Ii.
IS. l. I ri''ilm;ui
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.
c*-.ed ">z'n
Telephone 5-9017
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue
Palermo near Le Jeune.
Friday night services nt Itabbi
Sk.Mi will >.->eak on -The Jews in
World News" with comments on Jew-
ish events during past month. onen
Shabbat tendered by Mr. and Mrs.
Albeit Uevlck, assisted by Mrs. Louis
Levlck and Mrs. Finest Harris and
,h Hostess Klsa Levlck In honor of
December birthdays. Cantor Joseph
Malek will lead congregational sing-
Ing. ShablKit service at 10 a.m. with
Torah service and Kiddush tendered
by Mr. and Mrs. Diamond. Hoys and
gills 111 the Barbas Mltsvah i"lul> will
assist In Hebrew and Bngllah read-
ings
Congregation Betb David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services from 8:30
to S pin. each week will be broadcast
over WWI'H Rabbi Ma* Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct
services assisted by the Iteth Uavid
choir under direction of i^on Bhlff.
The rabbi will preach on "Peace and
Uood Will."" Floral offering by Mr.
and Mis. Krn,-si Siissinan in honor
of their sou Richard's. Hat* Mitzvati.
Saturday morning services at I* a.m.
Itlchard, still of Mr ami Mrs. Kt n.-si
Si'ssiuan, will become Bar Mltsvah.
Student I'ong. Saturday al 10:30 a.m.
Hebrew school between ::::t" and ii::iu
p.m. daily. During the public school
winter vacation .lasses in Hebrew
school will take place in mornings.
No transportation for students .luring
weeks of I...... is ami J."..
Temple Beta Sholom iLibersl),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
bamuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Hai'ln Kronlsli will speak on "Iteni-
chlm Habalm" Blessed Are They
W'liu Kilter." An tlneg Shabbat in
honor of sll new temple niwmbers will
follow the service In the patio. Sunday
school at 9:4ft* Hebrew school .'i:l."i
P.m. dally.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
New schodule of services. Friday
evenings at .-> p.m. with Oneg .Shabbat
foiliin at 8 p.ii). "Saturday morning at
!? a.m. Mincha afternoon service at
5 p in. followed by Shalos Suedus
Wevk days, moinlng 8 a.m.; afternoon
at :.:1...
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Friday eve at .1: Saturday nt X:ZH
a.m. the rabbi will deliver the ser-
mon. Mini ha at 4:15 followed by
Shalos Setidos. Zmiras and remarks by
guests will follow, after which Maariv
will take place. Dally services al 8
a.m. ami 5 p.m.; Maariv at 6:41. Hallv
Hebrew School at 3:30 with Religious
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Prlday evening services at v.lu.
Rabbi Ira W. Coldstein will officiate.
An tineg Shabbat will be held follow-
ing the services. Members anil friends
bre invited to attend,
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DECEMBER
23, 1949
Units Plan jChanuka Quiz Box
Year's Eve Ball i
' L.1I ...ill Ho J
ZtH^fhridiar
k lav's eve ball will be
jkvShulem Lodge of
^ and its Women's
on Saturday. December
C at the Wofford Ho-
,P Collms Ave., Miam.
m announced by Mrs.
EL and John Kronen-
Efirtsof th. two Bnai
fens of entertainment
Vme has been planned
Pil'l be favors for the
fi.r; Milt San, ami Mrs. Milton
[ays and means cnair-
L announced that pro-
Lithe affa"' will be used
Kome-s chapter's scholar-
| which provides tuition
fcmen's chapters scholar-
Ltv of Miami. A portion
Kroceeds will also be al-
llo the Hillel Foundation
h sponsorship of week-
11 for veterans at the
feoital in Coral Gables.
[ire will be the serving
fast to guests at 1 a.m.
Jjew Year with a surprise
Usher in the now year.
feion to the affair will be
[couple and the event will
i to 150 couples.
Jcome Weinkle is chair-
He favors committee and
lm Silver and Mrs. Col-
if decora-
sirs- Marvin Rauzin and
|av:d E. Alti man are in
faf ticket sales. Mrs. MU-
| Friedman is head of the
inment commitl
. by President John
field to head the lodge
is Sanford Swerdhn.
jnmitlee includes Irwin
&. Jerome Weinkle, Bur-
I Dr. Wil-
Ifickman. Paul Barnett.
i Rauzin. Sherburt Weiss
../ Hoffman.
j music will be furnished
pMalkin and his orchestra.
Ms mav be secured at the
Frith offices. 330 Seybold
Miami.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Q.: Why are Chanuka caudles
lit m the synagogue us well us in
the home?
A.: Candles are lit in the syna-
gogue for the benefit of
and strangers who are away 1
home. This might stem fr
ancient custom wherein
gogues would set aside l
accommodations for sti
who passed through I
The community would thus be
obligated to provide Chanuka
lights for these people
Lighting the candles in the
synagogue enhances the "spn
ing" of the popularity of G I
miracles wrought in days oi ,,id
* *
Q.: What is the reason for the
ninth candle on the Chanuka
Menorali?
A.: The ninth is traditionally
known as the "Shammash" v
means the "attendant" M ,st
sources claim that its incept
came from a traditionally
background. Technically, no light
or benefit in a pers mal
was to be derived :
Chanuka lights since they were
regarded as holy objects, above
the realm of material thini
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nECEMBEH 30- 1949 "
e J. Bertman Named Prosi.i,.,,,
tiiaiii" B*nal B"pith Cmmefl
*TI j Bertman Miami
^J^istrkr/dfian
tfCc
real!"'
[Ken elect
ident
of
Miami
and civic worker
to the post of
B'nai B'rith
n has been
Charles R.
' mi BeaCh f>i
i ... active
i :md
the Mia nl
a non
n iw b ing
of M ami
! tl
. a din cl <\
. YMHA
I lent of the
I;' th I-
leadership,
embership
vital i
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B'nai B
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hood Week.
arter mem-
. [i Club and
board of the
He is chatf-
: ol Temple
j .i the Citi-
: r : I niversity 01
I president is
Cjve ..-, if the Florida
C, istitute of Real
'. and is in
e ,: : ius commercial
PAGETTVe
Pittsburgh Club
Plans Affair
The Pittsburgh Club nf pfe|%r
| Miami, a social club for residents
and visitors in Me Miami
who formerly resided in Pitts-
burgh, is formulating plan.- I
"Pittsburgh Night" at ('op,' City
(;n Tuesday evening, January 3.
Newly-elected officers : I
club are: Leonard L. Kii
president; Maui ice Cohen
lei .; w
vice pre
Mrs. Henry ii
.: >'
; naneial ec i u
. recording secretary;
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L "2'/ :> "> "
George J. H
Jerome Adelman.
Lewi? Stei n.N in,
C. R. Jacobson .vill
executive lin to
Scheduled to eppesr on the first of a series of cultural
programs to be snonsored by the Women's Organization of the
Hebrew Academy are (1, to r.) Erien Weissberger, Barbara Burris
and Susan Leshnick.
eater Miami; Chevrah Michnayos
Holds Malave Malke
i be B'nai B'
ting b
|
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2500
Council is a
ol all lodges
nity repre-
ship of more
engaged in
!. and philan-
ip.c :; rk : national level.
a ile. Fannie.
de at 2445 Flamingo Place.
mi Beach.
elected to serve
Bertman are: Sam Silver
A.J.Kaplan, vice presidents;
l>\ ARMS
DINING ROOM
OPEN TO PUBLIC
PHONE 5-1264
Ifceti >fioo lp....no e'
MtiJKlc 0 IIAMSON
M SUSSMAN
PARTY CATERING
Chevrah Michnayos of C
ration Beth Tfilah
Malave Malke ol thi sea
synagogue on Satui
December IT. Rabbi J. I. Ai
presided.
In his opening i
Andmn underscored the
ance of the Torah at this "ci
period ol the history of I.-;
Rabbi Joseph E. Rack ivsky,
spiritual leader of the cong
tnin. spoke on the value i
education. He urged the aud
to join the organization, and fol-
lowing his appeal, 25 people
joined the group.
Among the others who spoke
during the evening were Israel
Diamond. Rabbi M. Katz, Rabbi
Shulman. H. Sher. Mr. Rolhman.
Mr. Silver and Mrs. Katz. acting
president of the sisterhood. Mr.
Kramer and Mr. Rush entertained
the group with Israel songs.
Committee in charge of the af-
fair included H. Zaldman and M.
P'ke and the Mesdanus I. Dia-
mond. Gussie Zaidman. Rachel
Katz and Rose Kaplan.
Rabbi Moses Mosrheloff
Rabbi Murray raucr
Rabbi Simon April and
Rabbi 1. II. Ever
eby no;.iy the Jewish Community of Greater Miami
they have withdrawn their supervision from the
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, Inc., at
2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
I no longer accept responsibility for the observance ol
the Kashruth Code in that establishment.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Congregation Beth El
Rabbi Simon April
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
Rabbi I. H. Ever
Kneseth Israel Congregation
Academy Woman
I'lan I u!iuraI
Program Sris
A cult

friends I I
Hebn Aca-
h M Lynn Le\
:
II
This serii
ting and

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mi : Mi s. Ii ving Lehi
; 1848 James Avi M Beach.
The program will fi
D vid S. Ami: n, founder and
dent "i the academy, wb
will discuss in a series ol three
lectures, "A Blue Print For
Happy Home Life."' in relation to
"Your Child in the Grade School,"
"\ ur Child in High School."
^our Child in College."
Rudy Baum. accordionist, will
discuss -The Influence of Music
Appreciation on Your Child."
This series of lectures is de-
signed to give parents a better
appreciation and a richer pro-
gram for the development and
education of their children, ac-
cording to Sol L. Sugarman,
i principal.
At this meiting. reports on thei
:.al will be n ndi red by Mrs.
David S. And:. Mrs. Samuel;
Cohen will submit a final report i
. recent ichievement lunch-
, nd Mrs Irving Firtel will
nt future plans of the r
nuka.
. ration which was recently
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
at the academy.
A lil ren's p mam has been
featuring Bail )ra
Leschnick and
R '.'.' gi : .
l.tTiicr I SiM'ak
llr Jan. H>
"Amerii a and World Leader-
i thi subject of Max
Lerner's address on Monday,
January 16, Alien he will appear
under thi auspices of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom at
8 p.m.
"We have been most fortunate
.:. getting this well-known au-
urnalist, lecturer and
world traveler to come down
here I r the purpose of address-
ing our men's club." stated Frank
Kamenj president of the club.
"Max Lerner has a very import-
ant message for all of us and we
have, therefore, opened this
function to the public of Greater
Miami. Tickets may be obtained
at the temple office at 4144 Chase
Ave."
Have
will
your roof repaired now; you
lave on a new roof liter
Satn'actcry Work by
Experienced Men'
4U a. vv. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-saw
YOUR AFTERNOON WILL BE
FILLED WITH MUSIC IF
YOU LISTEN TO
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"MUSIC ROOM'
2:35 5:00 P.M.
DISC JOCKEY NOAH TYLER SPINS THE LATEST
POPULAR RECORDS FOR YOUR LISTENING ENJOYMENT
"YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC AND NEWS"
~ JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
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ASSOVSCES
v
FLEETWOOD HOTEL
;-. ., phone 5-471
Leon Is Back
AT 1131 S.W. 27th AVE.
WE WISH TO SEE YOU
COME ONE
COME ALL
SVE ARE HERE TO PLEASE
YOU AGAIN"
PHONE 4-9493
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A Happy
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New Year to All

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To Mert .l.iii. 4
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, will con-
duct its monthly meeting on
Wednesday. January 4, at 1:30
p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. Miami
Beach, according to Mrs. Aaron
Farr, president.
A panel discussion on "Inter-
faith Marriage" will be held with
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president and dean of the faculty
of the University of Miami. ;is
moderator. Other participants
will be Dr. Dora Kleiner, marri-
age counselor: the Rev. Edward
W. Ullrich, pastor of the Robert-
sun Memorial Church: Rabbi Max
Shapiro; and Aaron Lipman of
the University of Miami socio-
logy department. A question-and-
answer period will follow the
discussion.
Mrs. Farr also announces that
the organization's annual dinner
dunce will be held at Copa City
on January 22 and that reserva-
tions for the affair are now being
taken by Mrs. Leonard Wein and
Mrs. Stanley Frehling. co-chair-
men, and Mrs. David Phillips, in
charge of reservations. Reserva-
tions may be made bv calling
36-4S2!).
Workmen's I ir*l
Plans Affair For
New loars Kv
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
bl Miami Beach and its Women's
Club will sponsor their annual
.New Year's Eve celebration in the
new air-cooled Lyceum, 25
W shington Ave.
.\ .imner will be prepared by
the women's Club and served at
10 p.m. An orchestra will provide
music for dancing and confetti.
at: p< ntine and an assortment of
noise-makers will be supplied
i:i' of charge.
The committee in charge is
i bj Harry Spivack. Re-
s> tions may be made by call-
ing Joe Pollack at 5-3166. or Celia
KatZ at 5K-2984.
Drama Classes Added
classes in dramatics have been
added to the afternoon program
of the Miami Jewish Community
Ctntt.. according to Mrs. Ada
Sheiner, center youth chairman.
Classes will be held on Friday
afternoons from 3 to 5 o'clock.
There will be one for children
betw-en the ages of six and eight i
and tor children between the ages
of eight and 11. Classes will be
conducted by Tobie Jacobskind.
prog; am assistant, and are open
: th< membership of the center.
Thcie is no charge for these
less ns.
Recital Scheduled
Dr. Paul BecK. cantor of Tem-
pk Isaiah, will conduct a recital
of his pupils on Saturday evening.
January 7. at the Miami Woman's
Club. 1737 North Bayshore Dr.
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To The Editor:
My good friend, and active
worker in Jewish affairs. I. S.
Shapoff. in his letter to the editor
published December 16. 1949.
takes issue with my article "Yid-
dish a Fortress of Jewish Exist-
ence." Precisely what he dis-
agrees with. I do not know. He
fails to state whether Yiddish to
him is also a fortress of our na-
tional existence or not. By im-
plication, and I may be wrong, I
gather that the point he is trying
to make is this: Yiddish may have
been in the past a fortress of
Jewish existence, but has lost so
much ground lately, that we
should not try to keep it alive.
just let it die a natural death.
Mr. Shapoff accuses me of being
over-optimistic. He writes: "Dr.
Click exudes such great en-
thusiasm and such hoDeful prom-
ise for the future of Yiddish ."
I ask Mr. Shapoff to read my
article again carefully. It contains
no references to the future: I
purposelyand for a good reason
- refrained from making any pre-
dictions for the future. I was
dealing with facts, and facts only.
Mr. Shapoff did not bother about'
refuting one single fact. However,
he ends up bv asking me: "Why
such a simcha?" I do not see any
"simcha" in my article, unless
Mi. Shapoff misconstrues my love
and devotion to Yiddishand my
pride with its achievementsas
"simcha."
In turn I'd like to ask him this:
why such a "simcha" on his part?
If things arc as gloomy with Yid-
dish as he pictures them to be.
why does he make things look
even worse than they really are?
Andif Yiddish is destined to
die a slow but sure death, what
is to become of the Jewish people
in the diaspora? What will take
the place of Yiddish?
1 know Mr. Shapoffs answer.
English will take its place. That
may be true of the English speak-
ing countries. What about the
Jews .in the Latin-American
countries there it will be
Spanish. In Brazil it is going to be
Portuguese, in FranchFrench:
and how about Belgium. Holland.
Poland, Austria, Russia, etc.?
The trouble with English and
all those other languages is this:
they are very nice, butthey are
not Jewish they lead us to
assimilation with all its conse-
quences.
No, Mr. Shapoff! If we permit
Yiddish to die a slow death, it
will be another "Churban" in our
history. We must repair the
breaks that you are pointing out
in this fortress, because, if we let
this fortress fall, our existence
will be in grave danger.
I do not want to be misunder-
stood. I am not against learning
English or the language of any
country in which Jews happen to
i live. However, in addition to
| English every Jew in America
| must be able to master one Jew-
ish language, either Hebrew or
I Yiddish, and preferably both.
| This must be the goal if we in-
I tend to continue our existence.
In conclusion permit me to cor-
1 rect ,. derogatory and. in my
upmion. grossly exagerated state-
ment made by Mr. Shapoff about
N- Idish authors who must peddle
with their books for a living.
There are hundreds of Yiddish
authors earning a decent liveli-
il from then writing who do
' have to resort to this in-
dignity. No : : Jew-
ish writer will stoop :- peddling
his own books. There are a few-
most or them grapho-maniacs,
would-be-writerswho indulgi .
it is the duty if evi rybody to lis-
courage this pr ictice. Do nol
blame for it all the Yid
writers.
DR. MEYER J. CLICK.
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Rabbi Isadore Shoulson, eighth
generation Palestinian and past
president of Eastern Delaware
Zionist District in Philadelphia,
will speak on "The Negation of
Galut" at the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District luncheon club meeting
on Wednesday. January 4. at
12:15 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lin-
coln Manor.
The rabbi took his early train-
ing at the Etz-Chaim Academy in
Jerusalem and received ordina-
tion at the Rabbi Isaac Elchonon
Theological Seminary in New
York. He worked for his bache-
lor's degree at City College of
New York and held pulpits in
Westchester. Pa., for 11 years. He
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ish War Veterans. Wll| J fl
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is rabbi emeritus of Kesher 1
Rabbi Shoulson
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the Jewish Board f "Z-
Philadelphia, Rabbinical&i
of America and the Greater 3
ami Rabbinical Association
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Murray Goodman will pvo^n-13
Zionist news.
Rabbi Judah Nadich. first
American Jewish Chaplain to be
ordered overseas for service in
World War II. has been appointed
National Chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States, it was announced by
Jackson J. Holtz of Boston. Mass..
JWV National Commander.
Mizrachi Sabbath
Saturday, January 7. has been
designated Mizrachi Sabbath, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, president of
the Greater Miami unit. On that
day traditional rabbis of the area
will speak on the ideology and
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ment in Israel. At 8 p.m. a mass
meeting will be held at Congrega-
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L^cEMBrajomi | s T := ^rKi^ ,cr Bernard Rosenblum Wed PI nKiablcs Women's CluhHiics llfl 1 0 .. *.....,• l,,uble-ringcere^^istfhridfon PAGE NINE Aca: delight double-ring cereunited ^B-senb!.'. HJ v i marriage Miss v Fiedler and Ber.,.. The couple exSunday before ia piro at the Coral \\ %  i % %  %  %  Club. Cantor assisted. Kejj the" daughter of L^'V' Michael Fiedler. fcr. and Mr. Michael S j,h St. Mr. Rosenblum's LW r e the David RosenIf^^fi S.W. 12th St ftT whV ..-.tin bridal gown I Tne I l'.nsleeves, fitted Retrain !" ke of viennese Ffi c"! v'n of matching lace feid u. •• ^ l d nel fing t rtiP Jf *!...• il She carried a boui ,8,0 o ?^ll,v i.Hcs centered with |„ 0 purpU-.h-oated white orI Bt ,„, Fiedler served as •"; % %  for her sister in a net gown. She K"ed i U<1 ? f red roses ; IL'shiil^ :. .senblum. sister of IfA r ,j„o.,, was briesmaid in Ifg-n 'i %  %  Wit H S3 %  Loaded b I ice. Her bouquet Crfvello* roses. Miss Judith Gmoart. cousin of the bride from I)J'. York. junior bridesmaid IJ, a pink p.-wn. complemented Iwith pink roses. V-bert K S.ltman served as be?: man and Irwin Shargaa was B j|.y Elaine Goldman kept the UW : book at the reception which followed the ceremony. The bride's mother greeted | BU estin a gown of imported cocoa lace ith a corsage of green orchids. The bridegroom's mother I was attired in a blue gown with sequined bodice. She also wore [ an orchid corsage. Upon thi -turn from a brief honevm ion n Daytona Beach, the Jtoupje v. 11 reside at 1836 S.W. [. 22nd Terr. The formi Miss Fiedler is a I student at tin University of Miunmhei iis a charter membe Alp! I...mbda Delta, woir.i-r'. I. ." sorority. She is llsoa S'naret Chapter. Hebrew Acadcmv ^ill l\|i;iui| Program ex' %  % %  lent • ed a f thi : i ol i • ... G i : Hotel %  %  tei r. N : %  by-._ The Hebrew A >utheastern part of tl %  : nd Hebi tudii Idition to the Auxiliary Lunches The Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary of Miami Beach Post 330 sponsored a luncheon at Chinatown Charlie's Restaurant. Miami Beach, on Wednesday, December 28. Proceeds from the aftair are earmarked for aid to '.. according to Mrs. Jennie it : ig, president. A card and games party foliwed tinluncheon. Hylan Kout was chairman ot the affair. Mrs. Lillian Bookman was co-chairman. Assisting them were the officers of the organization. The auxiliary held a holiday for patients at Pratt Genii ispital, Coral Gables on December 22 Mrs. Kout. who is ital chairman, also was in charge of this event. Serving with re Mrs. Bookspan and the officei PERRY BITTEL %  music | % %  Brother Of Mrs. Adelman Dies In Winston Salem Mrs. Bernard Rosenblum B'nai B'rith Young Women. The bridegroom is a graduate of Miami Technical High School and is now employed by a I i< al plumbing firm. Out-of-town guests were Mrs A. Saltzman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lander, New Haven. Conn : Mr. and Mrs. H. Grubart, Miss Marie Geller. Mr. and Mrs. H. Helman, Mrs. G. Rosen. H. Rubinstein Mr. and Mrs. C. Fiedler, New York: Mr. and Mrs. V,'. Bruder, New Jersey. V ord was i \ ea weeK of the death in Winston Sale • /". t T7... _!_ Tl l .. was n eived this week 'ii iiic iK-.iin in v. insion saiem. N. C. ol Fiank Brenner, brother of Mrs Nathan Adelman. 1421 N W 1st St. In addition to Mrs. tan, Mr Brennei is sui vived bv his w:fe and three sons, all j of Winston Salerr.; a brother in. R an ike; and sisters in GreensN. C, and Maryland S*>i vices and interment took place Wednesday in Winston Salem. Arnold Greenfield To Become Bar Mitzvah 4..-• %  •< %  .i ni|i I ll-'i v Torah Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman will present a Sefer Torah to the Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at a special ceremony to be held at the facilities of Congregation Beth El on January 29. An elaborate program is being planned and state and local dignitaries have been invited to the ceremonies. Mr "Jr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan 1505 Pennsylvania AT., Miami Beach, announce that the Bar Mitivah of their son. Donald, will I* held on Saturday. December i at the Miami Beach Jewish wnter with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Shower For Bride-Elect Mis. Isid i C 'iu-n and Mrs Pearl Kriegei honored •' Gottlieb, wh ise e to Charles Zalis will take place on Januarv I. at a shower at the I El. 500 S.W. 17th Avi on Monday. December 26. at 8 p.m. J eph W. Malek entertained The bridal motif was mt in refreshments and ns. Gilbert Lehr Will Become Bar Mitzvah Gilbert. n I Mr. ..nd Mrs. Sidm •. I.' 2518 S W I Aye., will becomi Mai M t; • Saturday. Dec. n the Miam Hi S Congregation. The Bar Miti wh is a| student at Shenai High School, will conduct services and address thi rongi Rabb; Simon April will il A reception will follow services and relatives and fnei are invited. Beth Tttlah To Receive Torah A Torah will %  Congregation*. B. Friedman in n ;; ry o her daughter, the Late Mrs. Do Bornstein. according I Jrliph E Ra ; leader of the c ngregati in. Mrs Bornstein v...!>: the B'nai B'rith W .rnens OrganK„ n of Greater Mian i active in a number ol othei ol "SSSStawiii January 8. A, nemonaserv.ee f all deceased at 'milahwul^heldatthatjune Green) "M Mr :. • %  : Max Q; nl .,1' 303 ( mil Avi Id on Sa I. at 1 Center. I 5 i Ba %  %  • %  •' %  : A Skoi %  I%  nd %  M s the M N Mrs. invited I i attend. WANTED CASHIER BOOKKEEPER Experienced Embassy K.her Restaurant Miami Beach attorney, says: "Fjr myself and out-of-town clients I have always found FARR "the tops" in travel service. They are thoroughly reliable and may be counted on -when emergencies arise." I A It It -your Trowel Agent" OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI PRESENTS STELLA ROMAN Metropolitan Opera Co. 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PAGE SIX Jen ist lUrHlsr FRIDAY, DECEMBER l,'. 1 th Plans To Improve Greater Miami's Health Formulated At Mt. Sinai Institute The health of Greater Miami would be improved by a "Hos.1 Council" of all agencies. public and private, to make plans t'oi at least 25 years in the future: by the introduction of provisions for further study by professional n and the establishment of a • dical school; by adding directly to the number of beds available; ,nd by improving the quality of e provided for chronic invalids, tubercular and psyrhoneurotic patients. These were the conclusions ol the institute on "Miami Examines Its Health" at Mount Sinai Hoslital on Friday. December 16. The institute was sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Hospital. There Is a shortage of about 800 beds to fill the needs of the present permanent Miami population, as estimated at the institute by Di Charles C. Hillman, director of Jackson Memorial Hospital. According to the accepted formulas. Miami needs : roni :!250 to 3550 beds. There are now available some 1424 which Dr. Hillman would rate as acceptable, plus 274 which are being used without meeting the usual standards, such as the fire-proofing of buildings. He cited facilifor convalescing tubercular patients and pneuropsychiatric ases as being well under par. Dr. Harold Rand, chairman of medial economics and the public relations committee of the Dade SH0ULS0NS ?4 leu* Vmg C DEPTS FOR • Bed Ridden • Convalescent • Speci.il Diets • Aged • Rest A Rel.ix%  tlon Under Care Per Week Only Kosher Home in Greater Miami CALL 82-4950 County Medical Society, stated in addition that isolation departments in the area are not at present equipped to cope with a large-scale epidemic. Facilities for the treatment of colored patients aii" proportionately onetenth as effective as those for whites. For a colored population estimated at 70.000 people only 175 hospital beds are provided. No hospital in the area can treat the colored who are mentally ill at all. Some blighter facets were disclosed IP. the panel of "Treatment in Progress." with Dr. Hillman's announcement that a new statesponsored hospital for tubercular patients, will be opened this year in Lantana. Florida, and with Dr. Rand's evaluation of the general hospital care now available as being of. good calibre as a whole. Jackson Memorial's pediatric department is considered one of the best in the country, he said, and the addition of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will also help Miami's medical picture. Dr. Harold F. Machlan. director of Pratt General Hospital, explained the veterans care system there. Opportunities for colored physicians and nurses in the area have increased in recent years. Dr. Franz Stewart, editor of the Bulletin of the Dade County Mi-dical Society, noted in answer to a question. Nurses are recognized members of the county nursing association and doctors are soon to be admitted to that status with the county medical association, according to present plans. Mt. Sinai Hospital plans to add 20 beds to the total for colored patients. In the picture of Miami's health several .speakers noted that the aged and their problems are becoming a larger part of the whole scene Miss Lilly Harmon, director of Public Health Nursing lor Dade County, appearing in the panel on "A Special Symptom. Miami's Aged," stated tiiat Where half of the 14.000 cases her nurses see a vear are now the A. G. WILSON MRS. A. G. WILSON WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. 1st STREET MIAM T 36, FLORIDA PHONE 2-2462 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER chronically ill. usually aged, patients, ten years ago a much larger proportion would have been those with acute disease. It was noted that facilities for treating the chronically ill are inadequate in this area, even though the many small nursing homes are carefully supervised by the county. Miss Harman pointed out the principal needs as regular physical examinations for the needy, more clinics for public treatment, follow-up medical care for discharged patients. and trained visiting housekeepers to help the aged whose need is more tor food and cleanliness care than medical treatments. Trends in the care of the aged were discussed by Leo Allen, director of Miami's Home for the Aged, who stated that institutional rare now has a very limited place in the program, although it will not disappear entirely. He was joined by Dr. Herman Selinsky. psychiatrist, in the opinion that it is of vital importance to the older person to feel himself a functioning part of society. Another specific program for treatment of the "symptom" was dt scribed by Maurice Grossman, director of the Miami Jewish Community Center. He described the Golden Age club founded at the center, giving as its main advantages the means it provides for group therapy in work projects, the developing of satisfactory substitutes for experience and especially the opportunities for democratic self-government afforded by such groups. In the "Case History" panel which opened the discussion of Miami's health, two speakers outlined the city in statistical and historical terms. Charles Coomes. rate department expert from the Florida Power and Light Company, showed with charts that Miami is the fastest-growing of the larger metropolitan districts in the nation. Dr. T. E. Cato. head of the Dade Countv Health department, described the diseases endemic to this locality and the work of his department in fighting them. The health department has had particular success in fighting typhus fever, lowering tin death rate from 60 cases in 1944 down to two cases so far in 1949. he said. Men from the health department is constantly on guard against yellow and dengue fever, both mosquito-born diseases, not prevalent here now because of their watchfulness. Tetanus. Dr. Cato said, is more often seen hue than elsewhere. He added a warning that increased tourist traffic here results in manv more accidental deaths per capita than in other areas ol the country. Other speakers who appeared on the "Consultation Conference" panei were Mrs. Thurman White2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERTS Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances Wo-lpeAt FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way side, former director of the Council of Social Agencies; Thomas Wintersteen. present director of the council; Max Orovitz and Stanley Myers, representing the board of trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital. The all-day institute is to be first of a series of programs to educate Miamians as a means of "preventive medicine," Mr i don Schwarz. educate ch H man, announced. 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PAGE FOUR +JeisliFkr*Batt FRIDAY, DfcEM, 23, %  EDITORI # -f t fit I95# The Combined Jewish Appeal for the coming year was launched Sunday. Greater Miami Jewry is once more called to action. Reaching the goal soon to be announced will be a challenge to ourselves and an example for other cities to follow. The CJA Conference Sunday presented a realistic picture of the work of local, national and overseas agencies. Workers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation did a good job in equipping those present with the information they can impart to our community. Highlighting the all-day sessions was the address of Vice President Barkley who centered his remarks on Israel. The Vice President during the course of his remarks stated that: "The establishment of Israel as a free and independent democracy has made possible one of the greatest mass migrations in modern history. This tiny country which has already received 350,000 new immigrants since it proclaimed its independence in May, 1948, is in no position to continue this great humanitarian program without assistance from the American people." Coupled with the fact that we substantially aid Israel we are fully aware that the annual fund-raising drive supplies the means of existence for many of our local agencies and contributes to the continuation of the program of the major agencies on the national scene. So once again plans are being made, details readied, volunteers enrolled to campaign in 1950. True, it is an annual campaign. It is another drive for money. But just as in our daily lives %  *w Congratulations Congratulations and best wishes to Dr j J H. Kaplan on the observance of his 75th birtU Individauls and organizations are exte d greetings to this leader in Jewry wh 0 ha deared himself to everyone. Despite his years. Dr. Kaplan has not les his efforts for every worthwhile cause Dr K 1 is looked up to by his colleagues' who 7 honored him by continuously selectino h head of both local and state rabbinical orZ tions since the founding of the groups. He has served his congregation and his D in our community the past quarter of a centur a record of achievement within itself. We take this opportunity to wish Dr Ki and his wife many more years of health happiness. May he continue to grace our o munity with his presence that we may all en and benefit from the fruits of his labors THAT'S WEAK SOIL, SIR— do we repeat those steps necessary to contiJ that living and improve that way of lifemust we continue to raise funds for the Combin Jewish Appeal—for Israel, for local agencies,] civic improvement—so long as these needs J The way of living for Jewry the world over 1 improved—has progressed. But the need for sistance, still exists! We have helped with i energies and with our money -we shall contit to work and to give and thereby make the 1950 campaign a success. ( %  oldinan Heads Palsv Association Irving Goldman was unanimously re-elected president of the Cerebral Palsy Association at .. recent meeting of the organ• .on. Others named to office were Mrs. E. Beck, first vice president; Mrs. Betty Goldman, second vice president; Mrs. B Harris, third vice president; Milton Weintraab. treasurer; Mrs. Morris, financial si cretary; Mrs. J. G. Knapp. corn sponding secretary: Mrs. Greenstein, recording secretary. Elected members of the board of directors were Dave Harris. M. Lightsey, Rubin Miller. Morton Peskoe, Mrs Shargaa and Mrs Lorene St rang A report on the past year w_as given by the president, which showed that approximately 1600 treatments of Physical Therapy were given beginning Nov. 1. 1948 through October 31. 1949, and approximately 614 Speech Therapy treatments beginning July 5. 1949 through November 1949. The Physical Therapy treatments covered a period of 240 work davs and the Speech Therapy treatments covered 75 work days, 500 Attend Ceremonies At Gables Jewish Center Over 500 attended the lighting and blessing of the seven-foot I nuka Menorah in the patio of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Thursday. Participants in the program were Rabbi Morris A. Skop. : Cantor Joseph Malek, Mayor Keith Phillips of Coral Gables, Commissioner Hendnck and the. children of the Hebrew school. The Menorah was a gift from Mi. and Mrs. Abe Harris. Station WTTT rebroadcast the proceedings. vJenisti ftDridfia/n Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, Natiortol Editorial Association, Amerl. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The Jewish Klorldlan does not Kuarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years $ 5.00 Hebrew School To Hold Siyum Hatorah A Siyum Hatorah will be held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sunday. December 25. at 7 p.m. The Torah was presented to the synagogue by the ladies of the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will offer the invocation and deliver the dedicatory sermon. Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant the service. Jack Stone, president of the congregation, will welcome the guests and Sam Schulewolf. chairman of the ways and means committee, will serve as auctioneer. A musical program will be presented under the direction of Dave Kleber and refreshments will be served. Hatikvah Club IN Reorganized The Hatikvah Club of Young Judaea was recently reorganized into two groups, one composed of gills from nine to 11, the other from 12 to 14. Barbara Ellis was named president of the vounger group, of which Rita Ross is adviser. Other officers of the group are Harriett Schwartz, vice president: Carol Warshaw, secretary! Jovce Davidson, treasurer. Named president of the older unit was Roberta Koerner. Also elected to office were Karen Langer. vice president; Arlene Stern, secretary; Dolores Chernoff. treasurer: Roberta Fisher, publicity chairman; Wand,. Steinberg and Beverly Chester. .INF chairmen: Jackie Livingston and Frances Frome, Karen Hanoar; and Linda Mehler and Helen Lesnick. ambassadors. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 51 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1949 TEVETH 3, 5710 Zionists To Hear Itabbi J. Ilonio "Israel and the Diaspora" will be the topic of Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. spiritual leader of the Jewish Community Center in Hollywood, when he addresses the luncheon club of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Wednesday, December 28. at 12:15 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road. Alfred Stone, president, has announced. Rabbi Honig is a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion and held a pulpit in Huntington, L. I., for ten years. Army chaplain in North Africa and Italy for five years, he recently toured the Middle East and Israel and was director of the Connecticut Zionist Region. Toastmaster for the afternoon meeting will be local attorney, Harold Shapiro, and MurrayGoodman will present a report of international Zionist news. The public is invited. ADL Program To Be Aired Dee. 24 "Arrow in the Air," starring Victor Jory, depicts the growth of a fierv hatred which drives a man to attempt murder in a coal mine, in this week's episode in the "Lest We Forget—The American Dream" series to be heard Saturday, December 24. at 5 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteenminute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be: William L. Pallot, prominent attorney and civic leader, who will serve as moderator; Dr. Seyomur M. Blumenthal. psychologist: David H. Cohn. assistant director, Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Also featured in the drama is Linda Watkins. popular screen actress. This latest episode was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Auxiliary To Meet The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth Israel will hold a general meeting on Tuesday, December 27. at 8 p.m. in the social hall of the ^ynagegue. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Ether Eisenstein. announces. Plans for the testimonial dinner to be held in honor of the spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, will be completed. R< freshments will be served. Luncheon Date Changed Budapest Ouarti Will Play Here The covered dish board meeting luncheon of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah, originally scheduled for Monday. December 26. at the home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson. 5470 La Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, has been postposend until Tuesday. Decembei 27, at 10 a.m.. Mrs. Morris Alpert. president, has announced. Mrs. J. Rosenstein will be the hostess chairman. Mrs. Aaron Courshon met with her committee at her home, 940 Ocean Dr., to make plans for the Hadassah Medical Organization dinner dance to be held January 8 at Copa City. Mrs. Norman Liebling will entertain at an Oneg Shabbat at her home 214 W. San Marino Dr. on January 28.. Mrs. Arthur Triester.has been appointed historian and scrap book chairman. Beth Tfilah Eleets Israel Diamond was re-elected president of Congregation Beth Tfilah at a meeting at the synagogue on December 15. During Diamond's first term of office new benches were installed in the synagogue and a social hall and kitchen were erected. Other officers include H. Zaidman. vice president; Rev. M. Katz, secretary; S. Alter, treasurer A board of directors will be chosen at the next meeting. The Budapest Sring Quar hailed the world over as superlative interpreter of cha, i ber music, will give two grams in Miami under the pices of the University of Mia at Miami Senior High Thursday and Friday, Januar and 6, at 8:30 p.m. In a letter to Mrs. Ar._ Volpe, manager of the SyrrrpM Office who arranged tor tr appearance here. Harold I" said of the quartet: "You certainly done an important in securing the Budapest Qau for two concerts, for this or ization in mv opinion is the distinguished group that has been assembled for the perfoJ, ance of chamber music—and | can quote that if you like. membering that there are a few of my generation left have the experience and the) thority to make such a staj ment." Four Hadassah Leaders Speak In Hollywood Four local Hadassah leaders spoke before the members of the Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah on Tuesday. December 20. at the Hollywood Jewish Community Center. The Miamians who reported on the 35th national Hadassah convention held in San Francisco last month were Mrs. Murry Gro man. vice president of the Southeastern region: Mrs. Morris Alpert, president of the Hannah Senesch Group: Mrs. Moses Krieger; and Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Division. Home For Holidays Frank Martin Berick is spending the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick. 4501 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach. Frank is a freshman at Loomis School. Windsor, Conn. He is a member of the varsity football team which won the intramural football championship at Loomis, and was awarded an emblem. He is the only freshman on the varsity basketball squad and expects to be a candidate for the school varsity baseball team in the spring. He will retarn to school on Jahtiary 4. %  E North Shore Lodge To Fete 50 Colored Children North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith will entertain 50 underprivileged colored children at an I all day outing, according to Leo ; Steinman, charman of the lodge's welfare committee. The group will first be escorted through Tropical Hobbyland. From there they will proceed to Virginia Key. where there will be swimming, games and refreshments. "We are grateful to Buddy's Restaurant Mac-Arthur Dairy, Southern Dairies and Mr. Siegel of Tropical Hobbyland for their contributions to this event,' Steinman said. Serving with Steinman is Ernest H. Snvder. Beach Center To Hold Consecration Service A consecration service in honor of the new students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Hebrew and Religious schools will be held Saturday. December 24, at 9 a.m. Leon Firtel. one of the students who entered the Sunday school this term, will address the congregation in behalf of his class. Sandra Chapf will speak for the new Hebrew school students and N. Brick will speak in behalf of the high school for Jewish studies. Pioneer Women] Sponsor Party Pioneer Women Club No. of Miami Beach and the BJ Bcapch of the Jewish NaW Workers Alliance jointly* %  sored a Chanuka partv on Sat day, December IT. at the Mil Btach Y with David Frcedma chairman of the (veiling. The program was headed] Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1 kindled the Chanuka candles chanted the traditional Cha !" melodies. Louis SchwarUa executive director of the Bun of Jewish Education, was speaker. „ Henry Seitlin presentedaH en book certificate to r -1 Mrs. David Freedman m iecoi tion of "their untiring worst devotion to the State oi ^ Also on the program was v rice Faye Druin. coloratura prano. who sang severu^ tiens: Mrs Manya *'\u**'1 read from Sholom Ale.cheml Chanuka: and Mrs. Soma £1 who read a poem whvh snt posed especially for the or" Mrs. Henry Seithn. preM*fl Pioneer Women Club Noannounced ai the oni-us; the evening that a *'* sum had been raised for me j dren of Israel. Milton Malakoff's Moll Passes Away In Seattlj Word was received here• o ; death of Mrs. Libb> I mother of Milton I public relations Greater S. Mala' director of Jewish W Greater Miami ---wn tion, in Seattle. Wd h '£ al tl Monday. Burial wa> Tuesday.



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PAGE EIGHT ••Jenisti fkrkikJir JZlE^IlEECEMBER 30, CapcHelight Ceremony At Temple Israel Unites Barbara Firestone, Paul Goodman In a candlelight ceremony at Temple Israel on Sunday, December 25. at 8 p.m. Miss Barbara Ann Firestone became the bride of Paul S. Goodman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the service. Frances Tarboux was organist and Faye Drazen. solist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Firestone. 281 S.W. 28th Road. The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. Ella Goodman. 826 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, and Mose Goodman, Charleston. W. Va. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown ot candlelight satin fashioned with fitted bodice, mandarin neckline, wide panels of imported Chant illy lace bordering the tuined-back satin revere in the skirt and cathedral train. Her ivory illusion veil was secured by a cap of pleated illusion with orange blossom clusters on either side. She carried a bible showered with white orchids. Matron of honor for her sister was Mis. D. Donald Smith, of Akron. Ohio, who wore a gown of gold brocade with off-the-shoulder neckline. She carried a colonial nosegay. Other attendans were Miss Ruth Adelson. Miss Lila Cowan and Miss Barbara Wartel, who wore shaded rose colored gowns with matching stoles and carried colonial nosegays. Susan Melanie Smith, niece of the bride, served as flower girl in an off-the shoulder gown of vaiegated tulle over vellow taffeta. Stephan Eric Smith was ring bearer. S (rwin H. Goodman. Cleveland. Ohio, was best man for his thi i". and ushering were James Good nan, Cleveland; D. Donald Smith. Akron: Jerry Linet. The bride's mother greeted sues:.at the reception which followed the ceremony in a gown of aqua crepe trimmed in matching Venetian lace. The elder Mrs. Goodman chose a gown of peaci ck blue crepe. Both wore orchid 'I : foi ii.i r Miss Firestone graduated Iran, Miami Beach Betrothal Revealed Florine Yronne Schwartz The engagement of Florine Yvonne Schwartz to Robert James Freedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Freedman. King Cole Hotel, Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz. 2147 S.W. 7th St. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Miami Beach High School, where he was a member of the National Thespian Society. Miss Schwartz is a graduate of Miami High School. 1 Mrs. Paul S. Goodman High School and attended Florida State University. Her husband, a Marine Corps veteran, is also a graduate of Miami Beach High. He attended West Virginia University, where he was affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Following a wedding trip to Washington and Charleston. W. Va.. the newlyweds will reside at 843 Mentor Road. Akron. For going away, the bride donned an emerald green gabardine suit with pink and brown accessories. I>am*< To ll-ii<*li. Children's Clinic First benefit dance to be staged for the Crippled Children's Clinicwill be held on Wednesday. January 4. 8 p.m. at the Ritz ballroom. 3685 N.W. 36th St. Admission is 60 cents, including tax, and tickets may be purchased at the door or from any member of the Cerebral Palsy Parents Council. Uncle Harve and his Ragtime Wranglers will play for dancing. All proceeds will be used to purchase equipment for the therapy rooms of the new Crippled Children's Clinic, which is being built at 159 N.E. 51s: St., adjacent t.p the Roosevelt School for Exceptional Children. This clinic will be built and operated by the Dade County Society for Crippled Children. Children handicapped by cerebral palsy and other crippling delects requiring therapy will be given physical, occupational and speech therapy without charge. Amy Adelson Pledges Troth Mrs. Jeannette Adelson of Miami Beach announces the engagement of her daughter, Amy, to Di. Earl Sheff of Charle.-t n. W Va. The bride-elect, who is formerly of New York, attended the Florida State College f ir W mien and is a graduate of the Jewi Hospital Training School for Nurses in Brooklyn. Dr. Sheff. who served in the Naval Air Corps for three and a half years, is a graduate of the Illinois College of Chiropjdy in Chicago The wedding will take place in March. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scheinholz of Brooklyn, N. Y., recently celebrated their nineteenth wedding anniversary with their two children, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman and Mi. and Mrs. Scheinholz, and friends from New York, Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoffenberg. Mrs. R. Botwin, the former Rosalind Friedman, is spending the holidays in New York City. Home for the holidays is Gilbert Friedman, who is attending cptical school in Boston, Mass. Gilbert is the son of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler. + Vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan of Miami Beach is Mrs. Selevan's brother, Dan Neal Heller, senior at Harvard Law School. In addition to having received his B. S. from the New York University School of Accounting, Mr. Heller pursued special courses of instruction at both Princeton and Cornell Universities. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 1751 James Ave., Miami Beach, that they are the grandparents of a baby girl, Sharon Ilane Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mort M. Allen, Flushing, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland announce the birth of their son, Lewis Mark, whose bris took place Monday, December \ 26, at their home, 303 N.W. 108th St. Mel Crane was sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, godparents; and the Rev. Philip Fried, mohl. Mr. and Mrs. John Feller and Mrs. Mel Crane were among the guests. %  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, directors of Camp Osceola for Boys and Girls, are spending the school holiday in Havana, Cuba, where they are visiting campers and friends. Included in the party are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marciu Putternud fc. Lippman Wed : %  %  Mrs. Edward LippmarJ Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin pj man of Norwalk. Conn., ann the marriage of their daJ Marcia. to Edward Lippman of Mrs. Rose Lippman of Nj The couple exchanged vow November 24 in the chapel i Park Manor. Brooklyn. N. \ The ceremonv was perfd bilverman ot Miami Beach. The Silvers will return to their by the Rev. Richard Tucker, teaching posts in Miami Beach on January 3. known Metropolitan Opera M w who was assisted bv Canto mr J ** u aJl I J J i_. ing Rogoff and the Steiner Mr. ad Mrs. Harry Stitsky and dauqhter, Flora, of New ; Escorted down the aisle York, are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. mother and fat her. the brid Morris Stitsky. white satin fashioned M 4( .v nylon net yoke, fitted bodi o uuJ %  a %m w u_. „ i i .. eplate'skirt and tain. The Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei and the rabbis brother, and train were ..ppliqued Nathan Machtey, left Sunday morninq to the attend the funeral white satin rose petals Her of their mother, Mrs. Minnie Machtei, in Yonkers, N. Y. The 'fingertip-length veil fell f rabbi is expected in Miami on or about January 5. wh,lp s; "" r she earned a niother-of -*-*-* prayer book with Holiday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schoffel are white orchids and valley 1; their son-in-law and dauqhter, Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Borack Mri and children, Barbara and Marilyn, of Staten Island, N. Y. The bris of Theodore Saal Jick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jick, who have just returned horn Israel, took place at the home of his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Saal of Miami Beach. Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jick, and their son, Herschel, of St. Louis came here for the event. EVERY DINNER A BANQUET Our Famous Friday Night Traditional Dinner and NEW YEAR'S EVE Including HOTS D'Oeuvres and Wine Florida's Most Luxurious Kosher Restaurant Vn&nd&lAohnJL "Lincoln Manor" On The Oeean 2 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-4180 OPEN DAILY FROM 4 P.M. TO 10 P.M. SATURDAY 5:30 PJ*. TO 10 PJ*. NEW YEAR'S EVE 5:30 P.M, TILL 2 A.M. Daily Complete Dinners from $1.95 (Except Friday) I Vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Adelberq. 139A N.W. 67th Si., is Mrs. Adelberq's sister, Mrs. Morris Barkan of Linden' burs;. Long Island. Other residents of Lindenhurst who are now in the Miami area include Rabbi and Mrs. Howard I. Levine. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Edelman, Mrs. Herman Karp, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fink, Mrs. Bessie Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Garelick. Rabbi Levine is spiritual leader of the Lindenhurst Hebrew Congregation and Mr. Edelman is president. %  %  A son, Stanley Philip, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kutner on December 15. The bris tock place on December 22,. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. The baby's paternal grancfl 1 mother, Mrs. Gussie Person, came here from New York for \hm\ even;. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Namoff of this city. Mr. end Mrs. Harold Pont have as houseguests in theii new home, 2101 S.W. 4th Ave.. Mrs. Pont's mother, Mrs. J. Zalkin; her sister, Mrs. H. Bebergal and daughter, all of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Englander, 747 West Ave., Miami Beach will hold their fourth annual open house on Sunday, January 1, in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Nicki. No personal invitations have been issued. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Silver of Greensboro, N. C, are visiting here with their daughter, Faye Jones, who is a student at the University of Miami. They are guests at the Sans Souci Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berkovitz and children of Brooklyn, N. Y. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl at their home at 1100 S.W. 23rd Ave. The Brooklynites are also visiting their brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kirschner. On Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Berkowitz will celebrate their twenty-second wedding anniversary at Congregation Beth EL Stamford u ie matron of hon her sister-in-law. The niece. Miss Luanne Putte was her flowi irl. Sej4 Lippman of Mil WM brother's b< A reception an i dinne I ll in the main ball) | Manor. The bride attended the i versity of Miam w hen sh| i member ol 1 ita Alpha P: i Ity. Mi. Lippman, an alumn Oregon State ( an I 11 uate of New York Univi served in the Army durinj war. *-i. LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH 1 93 MEALS Fin* Foods—Specious Patios—Free Serrice to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable >o Aeesme, M^emi Beach Phone 5-514$ urdine's BOOTH SALE'] CUFF LINK SE1 JIM 1 Holiday special! Plaj sculptured designs, metrics and pastel tone the group. Gold color io| box. Burdin.-S. Mi.mi, Booth Floor. 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who have sung with choral units
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purely for the love of singing.
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Justice Me:er Sto;nbrink, a national ch3:rman of the Anti-
Defamation League, presents Presiden'. Harry S. Truman with the
filit copy of "How Secure There Rights." the Anti Defamation
League's up-to-lhe-minute report on Anti-Semitism in the United
States The presentation took p!ac? recently in fhs President's
study in the White House. Judge Ste: lit rink will appear at the
Jewish Center en Wednesday, J;nu?ry 11. under the joir.t sponsor-
s ;p o'. :he Miami 3each Lodge. B'nai B'rith, and the Women's
Chapter.
Meier teinbrink, na- Chief Justice Charles Evans
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vestigation and was also counsel
for the congressional committee
investigating war department ex-
penditures in 1922. At the ners in-
al request of President Herbert
ver in 1929. Steinbrjtffe be-
came the Republican loader in
Kings County, retaining this pesi
until 1931. He beaame a justici
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service scroll. He received an
honorary LLD from St. Lawrence
I niversity in 1938 and an honor-
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ters) from Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati.
The program will be open to
the public.
Center Fetes
College Yonth
College youth at home for the
winter vacation were feted at a
li imecoming brunch at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Wed-
nesday, 1> t 28. at 10:30
a.m.
On the reception committee
were Harry Sirkin, president of
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DATED thin 27th day of December,
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' B i-n^JcBSygtjL^fe 1 nrrEMBER 30. 1949 Hotikvah, En Gev Judaea Groups Awards For Skits At Festival LEGAL NOTICE PAGE ELEV £ Receive LEGAL NOTICE [jaiikvah were and groups awarded to the Annette En Gev Young at the Chanuka Melich and Phvll.. Wi pon are respective adv %  Decorations for I ;val sponsored by _the GreatI were made by the H nah Boy Zionist Youth CornmisClub, of which Nan. T "at the Miami I* 81 L•>() it was announced *Sr H. Solloway, Young Laea chairman. '"fL were Mrs. L. Silver, Jud S, Ruth Goodman and S. %  "r-ndm-n who "tated that tWEdubi presented "outklmg Chanuka programs." Beach Y on Larry Mamlet are leadi Prizes were pi, .., th groups by Bevetlj ." Beach Jr. Had : "1 Herman I jean N nd Rita led by Ross, preonginai skit entitled ,. Chanuka" which conipP> a f lighting the Chanuka and traditional holiday nal sented Isisteu ^Ind'a'ances. Participants in S;, were Fraydea Buck. Leah Bernstein. Sandra Berman, DoMiami Harold Masada. The Young Judaea \ ,!, under the guidance of the Z ... Youth Commission which joint agency tor th youth act : vities of Hadassah and th< ZOA Chairman of the Greater .: Zionist Youth Commissii n M Alfred M. Mamlet. r R "Hfr^TTTHF v N OT.ToeO.TOR. N ,.7" '-"l-NTY JUDGE'S COURT INI. FOR r.Anp £ ,'V," K l: DADE COUNTY, CHANCERY :': ;l A '* PROBATE, No LEGAL NOTICE V HOOVER %  Z Chernoff. Tamara Cohen, Erlv Cheui, Jeannie Deutsch, frbara Ellis. Frances Frome, fwanne Glasser. Adrienne Haas, trtaie Kwall. Roberta Lehman, Rnbe'ta Koermer, Laren Langler, bna'v Mondll. Linda Mabler, Roberta Mitnick. Marion Poiako Harriettc Schwartz. Harnette [ coiiowav. Arlene Stern. Carol f j-shaw. Eleanor Zweigal. Joyce Davidson. Jackie Livingston. Barba-a Halpern. Toni Green, Helen Usnick. Barbara Racher and Maxine Fisher. plav. "Helen Sees the Light," I was presented by En Gev. under ; the leadership of Marilyn Goodman and Janice Pred. Included in th? cast were Esther Firestone, Jams Glickstein, Suzanne Gordon. Elaine Krassner. Maxine Klein. Judy Mayfair, Pat Muerer, Dorothy Muman, Shelly Rudolph. Jean Stern. Phyllis Sweet, Roberta Cohen and Shirley Mart. Honorable mention went to Yagour. which offered songs and dances, and Chai. which presented a play "A Modern Modin." .VEB HOOVER %  *f Both II Plans lew Years Fete Reservations f„r the '. Year's Eve partv to be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El at the Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. will be taken through D>Dad cember 29. according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. Tickets are lour dollars per person and include food, drinks. tayors and dancing to the music of Klieber and his band. Reservations mav be obtained bv calling Beth El at 9-3004 or Mrs. Emanuel Kornstein at 48-9449. %  -•• %  %  i '• •• '1 I.;. I %  • MAN ., %  .:. Miarr.l ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldlan iolicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAZASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv. Director Demand SINAI KOSHER and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. ,? 33 N.W. -Mb. AVE. PHONE 2-7570. 9-2652 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW IT GIVEN I %  %  %  • : • %  | Kervl • •! %  .,. %  %  • i with th. CI %  Courl 01 : WILLIAM P T -•' %  %  • MARX i5-!3 LEGAL NOTICE S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN th.it the undersigned, desiring to engage in badness under the fictitious name ol Dobba Service Station .it IT.", list I Street an,i J115 Abbott Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of th.Chi nit Court of Dade County, Florida.. BLANCHE DC-BBS Sole Owner rjEORGE I TALIANOFF 420 Lin,..In Road 12/21-30 1 '8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol VIDCRAFT DISTRIBUTORS OP FLORIDA at 3791 N.W Seventh Av< Miami. Florida, Intends to regime: -.ml name with the Clerk of the Clivuit Courl of Dade County, I-~. % %  itJ.. RERNARD M LBTINE NELAN SWEET Attoi ney for V'ldorafl Diatrlbuton of Florida 12 30 I 6-11-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I'F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \\I' FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY S 129081 [UIT\ COHEN, Plaintiff, vs MERWIN R. COHEN, I'.i. nda TO: MERWIN R COHEN 16.1!) 12nd STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIF file your answer i>r appea above action foi 1950, ..i .' 1'• %  • • Will l.. • B B LEATHERMAN. I Courl '"Hi Si .... B\ VVM W STOCKING, Dei il BURNETT ROTH Attorne> foi Flail I ff |2 ::;-::•> I'll! NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT "IIII. fUniCIAL rmCl'IT IN AND FOR r>AI'E COUNTY K:.< %  !:!! • \ IN i IHANCERY Ne M IfUSARET I tMFORD, Plaintiff, vs. ill. ..\| \> liAMFl 'J'.I YOU, THOMAS BAMP iRD By ram ': R C neel in I to file appi ai inc< tion on .i I9S0, or a default will ..••.-.: Dated Peci : 1949 K l; LEATHERMAN, 'lerfc nf thi % %  Seal) By M C PEIOE. I'entity Clerk NORMAN R LYONS, ESQ Utoi ne) Law •.•: i Olynvnia M ami Floi Ida 12 23-30 1 *.:l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desli ng to engage In busim -mdi the flctll me ••! Pi %  Furniture Co at 803 North M \. • n %  Miami, Floi Ida Ini. nd •• registi -..i.l nan %  with Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dad* Flo d.i %  ICK PERRY goie i nvner LESLIE C ROME •.. %  r. %  • v \OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941 File A 14741 : IS HEREBY iJIVEN tl T.i\ C.rtil I" '• •••' %  "• %  •'. rth da> of \ : .... i tin In R< ESTATE OP ANNA c. KEHOE, Deceased '''" All and All Persons Hav01 I ..in.m.Is Against Said Estati ..:.] eai h of you, are hereby lined and required to present any and di mands which you, m either of you, ma) have agalnsl the [ %  stati Anna c Kel deceased, %  %  'ook %  '..nntv. Illinois, to the Hon, W F Blanton, County Judge of •y. and file the same In his nfflce in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight I ir months from the date of the flrsl iiubllcatlon hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address if the claimant ami to he sworn to ami presented as aforesaid, or same wm he ba I Sei Section 120 ol the 1913 Probate Act. Date Dec :.. A h int9. KATHRYN F LE JEUNE, AExecutrix of the Lasl Will and real iment of Anna c. Kehoo, Ue• ased. MILTON A, FRIEDMAN • • %  foi Exi cut fix :. I I6-J3-30 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT I'nrilT OP THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, Kl.i HtlDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 128913. MYRTEENA AUDREY GATES, Plaint:ff. v> HAROLD EDWARD I'.ATKS. Defendant, TH. HAROLD EDWARD UATE8, .T" Chatham Strei I West, \^ dsor, Canada YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to ih.Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce in this ca ii on or before January 13th. r.i'.i.. ..tin ru :.-. said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at' Miami. Florida, this i::th day of December, 1S. E. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. lit Court Seall By: F. J. GOULD, Deputy clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff 12 16-23-30 1 6 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE ciucciT iviritT nl-' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Kolt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. I289SJ LOUISE SPRAUUE, Plaintiff, va. KENNETH SPRAGUE. Defendant. You, KENNETH SPRAUUE. (36u llmh stie.-t. Forest Hills, Long Island, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for 'IIvorce "n the 16th day of January, A n. 1950, otherwise decree pro confess., win be entered against you. Dated this nth day of December. A.D, 1!'4H E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj M. C. FEIQE, Deputy Clerk. I MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney 12/16-23-30 1/6 N'| Ben Sale %  %  • %  tax • lanuan onfesan (Circuit i • iadi Si Si %  tl Rll Wesl F Book %  N IN THE CIRCUIT ELEVENTH I N \ N FLORIDA. 1X8993. Ill It. : The Adopt JOAN HR FOR IN lURT HP rHE I,MAI. CIRCUIT. i \l >E COl Nil, CHAN'i Kin N IMBERI f Inl MBERG by ANTHONY LEO. TO: ROOER E.MANI hX BR : % %  ; \\ -t S9th Street, R? IRK M' he and appear In Court on the -'.th 1(50, and to ho yon foi adi>|tli i' I |.-i i neeklna 'hBROMBERO;. This the lth da) >M ,p ,.,-v ,,f rt.. c Da le Ci i B) I rIEIMAN & KAPLAN Bldg. I 6-1 I ._ i %  %  %  day of '' i filed h, ANTHOM .. adoplii n : 'A> [MAN v %  : %  n ... ertlfl at, is. the name ol fc. I r Dade, Mati %  %  \ x %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to oncape in bualnesa under the fictitious name of Pranke's Service Station at 1530 N. W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Ha., intend to register said name with the clerk of ill.circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK COLBERT 1545 8. W. 23rd Street NORTON HEN IS 35 N W. 31st Avenue Co-Partners IS 9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 128920. NELLE COLLINS, Plaintiff, vs. LIKE COLLINS, Defendant. ru LUKE COLLINS, c o O. 1< Shell s. stai .n, i ;i eenevllle, TenYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above ntvled cause foi divorce, on or before •I,,i.'ih da> of January, 1950, othervvlse a Decree Pro Confesso will be ntered agalnsl you. BATED this llth day of Dei ember, E. H. EATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, irt Seal) Bj M. C. FEH1E. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL I HANK. Attorney .: Sej bold Building Miami, Florida 12 16-23-30 ] 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In l.usines.s under the fictitious name ..I Jewish Florldlan Printers at 120 N E. 6th Street, Miami. Kla intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION WM. I. BRENNER Attorney for Applicant IL'" Lin. -i.In Itoad 1:'. 16-23-30 1 '6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PLAGLER APPLIANCE CO. ai 341 Wesl Hagler Street, Miami. Florida., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. LARRY ZEISLER HARRY BKRKE HAROLD SHAIMHO Attorney Ic.'T Lincoln Road 12'16-l'3-30 I •'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that j the undei signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Robin Hotel at :>2!> N. B. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Ha., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. HARRY GOLD, I.e.—ec 12/16-23-30 1/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.> engage in business under the fictitious name of Opa-Locka Furniture Co. at "'•> Opai.e. ;. i Blvd.. Opa-Locka, Pla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida. MI'RItAY TAYLOR ISAAC JOPFE Attorney for Applicant inl" Blscayne Building 12 16-23-30 1 6-13 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT Cul'RT i >K THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No 128861. JAMES P. COLE, JR., Plaintiff, vs. KATHLEEN COLE, Defendant. TO: KATHLEEN COLE, :u Dunstall street. Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED '• %  file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this cause on or befoi •• the 9th d is ol January, A. D. I960; otherwise said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by ) '"I DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this :• das of December, A. I>1!'I9. E. B. LEATHERMAN. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai nigned, desiring to engage %  ( mdei the fictitious name Wholesale Furniture Brokers p„n.e di %  • Boulevard, ,;:,!,;. H Int. ids i" ii Bistei % %  tl .,,.. clerk of the Circuit ..| w i, Count}. Horida. MYRON STERMAN Sole iwner PALLOT AND TATH IM 'ongi. -Bldg, i : -' '• f at 2146 Coral name Court Clelk of tIn (Circuit Court Seall |i> WM. W. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 12 16-23-30 1 'i Circuit Court. STl"'KING. Deput) Clerk. %  %  nth THE CIRCUIT COUNTY \ : HERM \N. (Clri uli %  MYERS, Sevlwdrl UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW NOTICE, IS IIKH '. \ Dad. • J.AVIH NOTiCE bus HCOSBAR ai Miami. PI n.line with the "OUI I NOTICE TO APPEAR \ THE CIRCUIT COCRT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL BUSK 5Tx VfficERY, ^^r'D\5.E^ D MX>VELL ii\'\'is. JR., Defendant. TO DANIEL MclHiWELL BAVIS, JR.. %  .. : HI Street, Mai \ land y 0 1 VRE HEREBY ppears | inplainl for ,,ibefnr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desli to engage Ii business u I Hie fietil I • ol Aluminum Ladder .Hid Equljmient Co.: also Amerli an l. iddei and S. irl Co, nt 1091 N W. 23rd Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said nami with the ci.ik of the Clrcull Court oi Dade Count-.. Florida. MICHAEL E. GRAN 1 12 23-30 1 6-13 NOTIFIED i" answer In the Blvorce in this iary t2th. Bald Bill of Complaint „ w ..,„, ,.,,, ... %  "•"• %  ai onfl ssed liy you. ., %  ;>,; .' ,.i:iii:i:i:n nl Miami. l'l 12th da} ..f l r. V %  %  %  %  I AN AMOS Ait 12 23-31 BERN VRD %  ''-"' ....... BEN VM1N \ anl l %  '.-: %  "" JNVER FICTITIOUS I c .. \ %  I %  E. H. LEATHERMAN, .. %  the Clrcull Co,ut ~,:;' M. C PEIGE. I leputy i lerk, IACK A ABBOTT, : LI i '• i: '' ., ,, I'.i Mill FICTIT N IOUS that TlCE Z8&1& lVFN ( hc fictitious name ol Bureau at 14SS Col' 1n V M,.;nViHoac.,, line Avenue register sold name uit Court of with Dade NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JU1H1KS COl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 'SAH^^HWTRTZ SINITSKY. also known as SARAH SCHWARTZ, To All Creditors and All P sons Having ci.i ins or Demands Ag ilnsl s ild Estate: Von and each of you, arc hereb} notified ai il re.mil,-,l to present any claims and demands which you, ol either of VOU, mav have against the SSSa of 'SARA 11 SCHWARTZ S1NITSKY, also known as HARAH SCHWARTZ, deceased, late of Da* County, l'l..rid.., to the Hon. w i'.i. \ NT' >N, Count} i idgi County, and file the same office in the Count} i ...ir l,,,,i-. Dade county. Horida, within eighi calendar months from the date ol tne ,,rst public .tion hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the lega aadress of the claimant and to ni i" ,„ and presented as •> '' '>^:"'' .'.l Sme will be barred. See Si itKra 1-0 of the 1983 Probate Act. "•"' '^HARLEsV'lNlVsKY, ^, : V!y ,in s^H^ARr/ 's, l NiTsKv'. *' known as SARAH SCHWARTZ, Deci ased \\THANSnN. OKA A SPAE1 B) HAROLD B, SPAET Attorneys for Admin.slrator 12/9-16-23-3U ,; Dadi y • i



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PAGE FOUR +Jeist>ncrkHan HUDAY; DECEMBg, M •f EDITORIAL Rabbi Zwitman ^Word spread fast last Friday—Rabbi Zwitman died. A depressed feeling possessed everyone as they were informed. And with this feeling was mingled the solace in knowing that this leader's suffering had at long last come to an end. For those that knew him—and they were manyknew the sufferinqs that Colman Zwitman had endured. Sufferings that beqan when he entered the chaplaincy and left behind a brilliant career and a promising future. He left behind his family, pulpit, friends, the comfort? of home and civilization. The story is well known of his service to his country and his fellow-man, a service that left a scar from which he never recovered. Mental anguish, physical sufferings and the pangs of desperation were his lot. He wasted away physically—but not mentally—not in spirit—for until the very end he was active in the service of his God and his people. Miami mourns the passing of Rabbi Colman Zwitman. His death comes as no sudden shock. HL friends, his flock, his colleagues were aware that only a miracle could prolong his years. Colman Zwitman himself knew that he was fast approaching the great journey. Yet his will to live, his indomitable courage, carried him on day to day, week to week, month to month. Many was the time that word would come that Colman had a setback; that the end was near—and the very next day Rabbi Zwitman was officiating at a wedding, a funeral, a bar mitzvah. He seemed to live from one Friday night service to the next, with en irresistable movinq force providing the energy, the fortitude, the couraqe to carry on. And as so many have commented, that will to live was reflected constantly in the life of ihe man we mourn. His every move, his daily living, hir every manifestation, was the very portrayal of life itseh. Vibrant and effervescent, stimulating and invigorating, his very beinq beamed with a desire to progress. Never content to sit, never satisfied with just the good always striving to improve — to do bigger and better things. Everyone that knew him knew him well. He was sun, THE DOOR SHE MUST ENTER— easy to know; he was friendly, jovial—he was "regular." Hundreds came to pay their last respects. Hundreds more join his family in their bereavement. Consolation for them can come only in knowing that his brief span of life carried in it far mere accomplishment than just men who l'ved twice his years and more. He made his mark in our world Rabbi Zwitman's determination to carry on even in the face of death itself is an example for ur to follow. Surely we can devote just a small Valvilivlory (Recited at funeral services for Rabbi Colman Zwitman) Lay me low, my work is done, I am weary. Lay me low, Where the wild flowers woo the Where the balmy breezes blew Where the butterfly takes wing,' Where the aspens, drooping,'crow Where the younq birds chirp and sir I am weary, let me go. I have striven hard and long In the world's unequal fight. Always to resist the wrong, Always to maintain the right. Always with a stubborn heart, Taking, giving, blow for blow; Brother, I have played my part, And am weary, let me go. Other chance when I am gone May restore the battle-call. Bravely lead the aood cause on Fighting in the which I fall. When cur work is done, 'tis best, Brother, best that we should go— I am weary, let me rest, I am weary, lay me low. measure of our time and resources to ss_ our community and our fellow-men. Thankl curs is yet that opportunity. Miami mourns the loss of Rabbi Zwitman. It shall miss his charm and his wa Miami will remember him. It is not ours to question why but to dd die. The editor of The Jewish Floridian desirj express publicly a word of pnu.se to Jules Per, president of Temple Israel, for his oiitstanj eulogy delivered at serr • ime Colman Zwitman last Sunday. I', was a painful 1 brilliantly accomplished. WVn, Will Air AIM. Program Saturday Kve "The Cai >1 na Kid." starring Canad Lee, will be broadcast as the latest epis ide in the "Lest We Forget The American Dream" Sat ii day, December 31, 5 p m over i adio station WVCG. Coral Gables. P ticipants in the fifteen%  • live pane] discussion to follow immediately, will be HerI L. Blume. Miami attorney, who v/ill serve as moderator; David B. Simmons, dean of buys. Dorsey High School; Chaplain James A. B iston, Veterans Administration Hospital, Coral Gables; and Edgar Miller. Coral 1 I les civic leader. "The Carolina Kid," p irtrays thi tragic tale of a box.-, who had to battle all of society for the right to be .> si ientist Canada Lee is featured in the tense role of a brilliant lad who was forced by an indifferent society to give up mathematics for the ring. This drama also features Juanlta Hill, noted actress and Konny Liss, well-known child actor. It was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the AntiDetamation League of B'nai B'lith. vjenisfr Fkiridiat/n Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. Natiorul Editorial Association. Ameri. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kaahruth of the merPhandlse) advert iM.-d In Its columns Daughters Oi Israel To Meet January 2 Next meeting of the Daughters of Israel will be held on January 2. according to Mrs. Blanche Sehechter, president, who announces that the place of meeting ma\ be obtained by calling 5-5785. All young women who arc in-I ti tested in traditional feminine purity are asked to call this number for further information about the group, which maintains a ntualarium at 151 Michigan Ave..; Miami Beach, Miami llalassali To Meet Jan. *> Next meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah will be held at Burdine's Auditorium on Monday. January 9. at 1 p.m. A program of musical entertainment is being arranged, and a gues; speaker will be featured, according to Mrs. Morris Drapkin. program chairman. Mrs. Ernest Chcrnoff will Bive a short talk on American Affairs. Mrs. Lionel Silwrman. first vice president, will preside at the meeting in the absence of president. Mrs. Jasper Cromer. who is attending the Southeastern regional conference of Hadassah in Savannah. Ga. Plans are now being completed for the annual donor luncheon t be held on Tuesday. January 17. at v 12 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Mrs. Abraham Tulin national treasurer of Hadassah and one of Hadassah"s delegates to the Zionist Congress in Basle. Switzerland in 1946. will be speaker of the day. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Hy Bernstein, reservations chairman at 83-3230. SUBSCRIPTION On Year Two Yean RATES: S3.00 $5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Si xth Street Volume 22 Number 5*2 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1343 TEVETH 10, 5710 Pomerantz Is Manager Leon Pomerantz. of the famous catering family, has been placed in charge of the newly-decorated dining room of the Ritz Plaza, it was announced bv Saul A. Cohen, managing director of the hotel. "We are very proud to have Mr. Pomerantz as our catering manager." said Mr. Cohen, at a luncheon for Leon. "He has been associated with some of the finest restaurants in New York City." The Ritz Plaza* dining room opened officially for the season Friday. December 23. Student* Will Participate In OiM'ti Sliabbat Three college students who are home for the holidays will conduct a panel discussion on "Jewish Life on the Campus" on Friday night at the Temple Beth She! im Oneg Shabbat following services. Participants will be Alan Wps'in of Harvard Law School. Herbert Krcnsky of the University of Florida and Gloria Shapiro of the University of Syracuse. Questions which will be discussed include: Shall Jewish youth participate in progressive movements? Are Jewish youths too clannish? What is their attitude toward religion and tradition? Shalomo Shawmut of the University of Miami will lead the group in community singing. Ilearli Comber Is Nosed Out At West Flakier World Champion Beach Comber met defeat in his 1949-50 debut at West Flagler Kennel Club. While 7.362 wild eyed fans looked on, Don Marsh'"s gallant Rural Rube offspring. Dolphin. a darkhorse in the Inaugural Stake, came dashing home to vie i tory in one of the most thrillin finishes witnessed in many a daon an American dog track. Bead Comber broke the box on top bu .elinquished the lead to the fly ng Dolphin and Real Huntsmai at the one-eighth pole. The race was run in near world record time. Dolphin was clocked Obituaries MRS. MINNIE DRAZIN M, IMMMd away Sunday at her home it in B.W I'll, St Survivor* In. hide her huxliaml. Ilarii.it: two sons, i:,twarrt Diaxin and Clement Qpateln; two dauchtera, ";,> Draaln, Miami and Mrs. Jean Kaufman, Miami iicac-h Interment took place in MI Nebo Vmeten Cantor To Sing At i Kneseth Israel Cantor Samuel Bernstein of New York City will be guest cantor at Friday evening service. Late Oneg Shabbat forum and Saturday morning services ai Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ev.r. spiritual leader of the congregaI tion. Friday night's forum will be the first of a series which Rabbi Ever announces will include many outstanding personalities as guest I speakers. After each forum re! Ireshments will be served in the j Social hall of the synagogue. On Monday. January 2. at t^ r p.m. the congregation 1 w.ll elect the final slate of officers for the year. | ; Home For Aged Meeting Slated The annual membership meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held on Tuesday. January 10. at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Harold B. Spaet, president, has announced. The nomination committee has recommended the following individuals for election to a three year term of office on the board >f directors: Jacob Chaves. Edvard Cowen, Maurice J. Kopelo.vitz, Abe Kurman, Harry Levine. Polly Lux, Benjamin Meyers, Morris Nash. David Phillips. Harold Shapiro, Benjamin Sherry, loseph Socolof. Nat Teller, Gus Trau. and Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. Elections will take place at this meeting. Members must be paid through 1949 to be permitted to vote. MRS ANNE GOLDEN "f 11 IS Harrlm.n St Hollywood paaaed away Sunday. SurvlvliiK are her husband, Louis: ran, Hamuel; • laiiKhterx. Mrs. Cyrella Cote and Mrs, Harriet Harris: anil two brothers, .lark anil Sam Levine. Mrs. Col.len ,"'" an active member nf the Holly ;wood Jewish Community 'enter. She |*" at<> peat preBMent of the Hollv|j Wal audiences in the Oper.'i Guild of Miami's presentations of Puccini's "Tosca" in Miami High School auditorium. They are Stella Roman. Metropolitan Or-sra Comnany's leading soprano, who will sing on J-nu-rv 14 and 16 and Sarr '•" < ItHIK "Vorth Shore lv roup To I ust. The North Sn, .re Jewish! will install I •'. pern panel %  '. nlfi nd direct] an affair I d at a hotel on Sun laj i veninfj uary 8. In conjunction with the i| ation. there -'ill be a sign! the chapter of the newly t{ synagogue. This affair is undi thl I tion of a special installation! mittee. consisting of Chairni J. Kaplan. Jei ry Su I Pritt, Louis Goodman. Leo I man and Lester Lasky. Other committees appoints the new president. Melvin 1 are Jerry Sussman, dial Samuel J. Jafee and Stern, co-chairmen, budge. mittee; Sam Salloway, cha:| Aaron Goldman and Bern co-chairmen, ways and r committee: Isadore uoii chairman. E: nest Snyaea Harry Tesslcr. CO-CMS membership committee: Altman. chairman, Leo and Sam Feldman, m-chaj publicity: Leo Stcinman. man. A. J. Kaplan and Goodman, co-chairmen, pi. Samuel J. Jaffee. cheM Salloway and Ben (•• chairmen, gifts and m i Jack Pritt. chairman. Dollinger and Max Eisenste] chairmen, welfare and now ty: Frank Schneider. ena Morris Fenstcn and Ed Oow co-chairmen, telephone, j Dollinger. chairman MWj stein and Aaron Goldma. chairmen, schools ana Lester Lasky. chainnaM Kaplan and ItaJM men. charter and D) -la*} Pritzert, chairman. i.. Stern and Dr Leon ShJS co-chairmen, youth %  Abe Weintrauh. chgJ^L Goldman and Gu Barg. and cemetery S'.eJ ,n January 18 and 21. 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frwijrth Floridlioui 22NUMBER 51 ^!^^^ WEEKLY ^ !" £^RJDr !" ^ Y DE c E MBER 23, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS srael Force For Peace Barkley UN Commission To %  th eighteen periods in th %  •:. .... n I lay. Lately diminish! I >meNevertnel. < thousand eek n ber. 01 course • nent is relievproblems else%  %  i n Europe Jev !> morale, lignity and self-r< I le.'' 1 %  '•' '' h Appeal now i mon sense, not ns, Hi Ami J< wry." e declared. Act on Palestine Issue LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The U.N. Palestine ConcUiation Commission announced this week thai it will put forth its own plan for the future boundaries of Palestine. The Commission said i: ha right to do this in submitting its fifth progress report to the Security %  il. It emphasized that the resolution of the General Assembly session in Paris last year empowered members of the Commission to act in this direction. • The Commission indicated it will embark on this coursi break the deadlock between Arabs and Israel on the terril problems of Palestine. It added that it ••hopes to undertake this task with the interested parties and therebv bring to a SUCCes conclusion the mission entrusted to it by the Assemblv." The C %  n will reconvene in Geneva Januarv Hi to continue tl negotiations and to study the final repot t of the Economy Su Mission. The second and final report of the Economic Survey Missi n for the Middle East recommending long-range work projects for Syria. Lebanon and Transjordan, was signed in Paris this week by the mission chief. Gordon R. Clapp. %  l Mrs. Carl Weinkle. right, chairman of the women's division |oi the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, presents an Israeli-made Ichanuka candelabra to Mrs. Alben Barkley. saying "Just as the landelabra symbolizes light, so do we. the Jewish women of ICrealer Miami, hope that it will bring the light of happiness to Ijcur wedded life." Vice President Barkley. who was featured lipeaker at the all-day conference at the Westview Country Club Ithere the presentation was made, looks on. through your 1950 ( >n Jewish Appeal."' In presenting the vice preside nt. William D. Singer, pre of the Great) i M ami Jew ish Fedi il in, p >inted out that four years ago Mr. Barkley. then a senat paign klckofl speaker. "In that year," Mr, Singer said, "we conducted our first million-dollar-plus paign and It was a great success, The fact that this year Mr. Barklev is accompanied by his lovely wile gives us double asi a successful campaign." Mrs. Carl Weinkle. cha the Women's Division of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, sented an Israeli-made Chanuka candelabra to Mrs. Barkley with the remark "that just as the candelabra symbolizes light so may it bring the light of happin< BS t<> your wedded life." Rabbi Philip Bernstein of Rochester, former Jewish advise: to American Military Government in Germany, followed Vice President Barkley with a fervent appeal for support of the United Jewish Appeal. "In the past year and a half, the Jewish population of Israel has been increased by fifty percent," he said. "You can only realize the full significance of this if vou try to imagine what it would mean to this country if suddenly our population were to be increased bv seventy-five mil|The new StaU of Israel will be I. %  • for peace in [ K. •• and a vital ine of the world. Presj kley told more 1.000 attending a Sund y at the West• Country Club formally hunching the 1950 Combined %  wish Appeal. IConipunr.z the development ol I ii Israel with probli that beset the erican ilonii • after the sucnst Britain. Mr. I fullest support |American Jewrv to "this basI of democracy :n the Middle lit." phi esl bl ment of Israel as free and independent demoicy has made possible one of greatest mass migrations in pdern histoiy. he declared, but hasized that "this tiny counK* !" cr :; already received "*"0 new immigrants since it limed its independence in %  ay. 1948. is in no position to jKtinuf. this great human ; tanan frair. without assistance from : American people. ["The people of Israel have iwn an example of courage self-den,al that should in"* all of us to the greatest ssure of devotion and genW in the 1950 campaign of 'United Jewish Appeal. I am that here in Greater Miami F will do your full share Doubt Voiced That Jerusalem Can Be Internationalized LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Roqer Garreau, president of the Trusteeship Council, voiced the general feeiing of futii.-:/ of the Council delegates when he acknowledged publicly for the first time during the week-end that the Council will be obliged to refer the entire Jerusalem issue to a special session of the United Nations General Assembly I ence." The spokesman added that • vent it finds it cannot miIsrael would continue to advocate Affairs To Honor Itabbi Kaplan pli ment tl e draft statute for an nationalized Jerusalem. a constructive solution based on [uaranteeing the religious interAn i aria r French resolution eits ol tne international co.nking to ensure Israel for her munily while enlisting active co%  .ii in moving the offices ol' operation of the peoples directly the Israel government from Tel j concerned. This, he said, would Aviv to Jerusalem was greatly DC in fu harmony with the modified until, in its final form, Charter and with the spirit of ilution merely asks the conciliation and agreement which Trusteeship Council to "consider" the U.N. should promote. that the Israel transfer of govern-1 %  ment offices to the Holy City is i____i l M -. i *j _. -likely to render more difficult Israel Iransiordan 1 the implementation of the Statute .-wi• i_ /%  #, l. ot Jerusalem with which the UHlCldlS ^Oilier Council was entrusted by the JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Two General Assembly resolution of: high-ranking Israel Government Dec. 9. 1949. | officials met in Jerusalem with An Israel spokesman, mean-, Transjordan Foreign Minister j while, issued a statement assertRuhi Bey Abdulhadi for lengthy ing that the move of government, discussions covering the entire departments to Jerusalem could ground of problems facing both not affect the problem of im' countries as well as immediate implementing the General Assembly quirements from each nation resolution for internationalization separately, it was learned here. of Jerusalem because 'he resoluThe talks constituted the first tion was inherentlv unimplementI direct negotiations held among able since "it clashes with the astop-level Israel and Transjordan oirytions and rights of the city's officials and were described as people who are unanimously rej having entered the 'practical solved to retain their independstage." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel and president of the Florida State Rabbinical Association, is being feted at a series of affairs in honor of his seventy-fifth birthday. The rabbi will be honor guest at a reception to be given by the Sisterhood of Temple Isratl following Friday night services. On Monday night the members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, of which Dr. Kaplan is also president, will be hosts at a testimonial dinner in his honor at the Delmonico Hotel. Miami Beach. The rabbis of the state have been invited. federation Budget Committee, Active Since September, Makes Report To Executive Board i m y m BBHHHBH ^^^^ %  %  % % % %  • %  %  %  ^ % %  ^ %  ^ %  """^ of 21 persons who have been meeting every week since last September to 'The Greater Miami Jewish Federation'sbd[get ''"^^Si^tion to th 1W CJA row tQ liM) Rabbi Moses Mescheloff C arl FSSPSSOSLX^ "• %  George Chertkof. Milton A. Friedman. Mrs. Abraham Goodman. 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ftp A^ DECEMBEB 23, 1949 Tfl Say... Th j S column has from time to time expressed conrn over the future of Jews in the Soviet Union. I tave stressed the fear that should policy warrant, ^e Politburo would not hesitate to adopt the antiSemitic line of the Czars. There are many indications that ought to disturb ,|,e complacency of those people who feel, strangely MiouKh. thi,t Russia WOUld never embark on anvLig anti-Jewish. Of course they can cite the Soviet tav against anti-Semitism, the only one of its kind t h e world. They might even point with pride to ws who have occupied high places in the government from the murdered Trotsky to Kaganovich in the Politburo. Finally, the partition of Palestine by the L'N. and the subsequent emergence of the Republic Israel would not have been possible without the Soviet's active aid. Granted. The luter'uiuunalization of Jerusalem But the uneasiness felt by a thinking few is spreading. No one seems able to explain the mystery that permeates Russian policy. Why is the Internationalization of Jerusalem important to Stalin? What are the forces that impel the Soviet Union to make common cause with Moslem Fascists? How are atheistic Communists concerned over Jerusalem because it is the Holy City for three great religions? Israel lias turned over to the Soviet all such properties as were formerly owned in Jerusalem by Czaristic religious institutions. Surelv the Soviet does not fear discrimination or ill treatment of her "pilgrims" by the tinv Jewish state. What could posibly have induced godless Communism to join in with her mortal enemy, the Church of Rome, to strip Israel "f its ancient capital. It is such cold cynicism thai has awakened the world's distrust and feat. Thoughtful Jews are therefore much concerned over the ultimate fate of Jewish survivors, not only in the Union of Soviet Republics but also in the countrties. ^*i*tJ!<>ridsa r PAGE THRE1 The Enigma Of Soviet Policy By HARRY SIMONHOFF Persecution of Zionist* The Dolta face of Russian policy towards JeruJ*m ,s not the only episode that is casing ••--Jcw.h c,,c,e, There are disturbing rumo" aoatuu[throughi the iron curtain. The Yiddish press h been shut down. No one seems to know what Re* o/' f SU h P roinin nt Yiddish writers as Bergelson. Wetter. Halkin, Mistor, Broderzon. Markisn. Certain news leaks are as curious as they are Portentous. When Golda Meyerson came to Moscow as Ambassador from Israel, some Jews were suficently moved to stage a quiet demonstration and follow her to a synagogue. It seems that Miss Meyerson became a persona non grata. Her friendship with the poet Pfeffer immediately placed him under suspicion. The controlled press led by Ilya Ehrenberg began an offensive against Zionism. The Zionists, or v. hat is left of those who have been laboring in slave camps before Medinas Israel was ever formed, are still rotting in Siberia and the Arctic Circle. But ormer Nazis are pampered and given leading positions in the Russian zone of Eastern Germany. Anti-Semitism / Ru.s-.s-iu The truth is that anti-Semitism had never reallv dud out in Russia. The bequeathed heritage of centuries is not forgotten overnight, despite ukases from Czars 01 Commissars. The first evidence of nascent anti-Jewish feeling was felt during the purges in 1936. The term Trotskyite had quite a significant anti-Jewish ring. Since the purges, there has been a progressive limiting of Jews in high places, particularly in the diplomatic and military corps. The nt Litvinoff was unceremoniously retired as soon as Stalin was readv for a pact with Hitler. National Socialism became acceptable to the Communists, who also smiled quite affablv upon Naz anti-Semitism. When the German armies invaded Poland, Soviet officials turned back many fleeing Jews from the Russian frontier. And when the picture was reversed and the Nazis invaded Russia, the same officials treated the Jewish refugees as enemy aliens or German spies and left them to the mercy of the Storm Trooping beasts. Certainly no serious attempt was made by Russia to move the native Jewish population from the pathway of German armies. Goebbels' propaganda found some willing ears and greedy hearts in the Ukraine and Baltic states Students.of the genocide program have come to some startling conclusions. It seems that in spite of the constant seepage of Nazi poison, a limited number of Jews were saved, not only in liberal Holland. Italy and France but even in Poland and Hungary. But when the Russians returned to many large cities in the Ukraine, they found the Jewish massacre had been virtually complete. Less underground aid was given to the Jews in the Soviet area than in any other part of Europe. Even Jewish partisans operating against the Nazi butchers were rebuffed by the Russian partisans, and in many cases disarmed and left to the mercv of the Germans. After the war. refugees straggling to their ruined homes met with a Nazi psychology. A real pogrom took place at Kiev and 16 Jews were killed. A Riddle What does this aid of the U.S.S.R. to the internationalization of Jerusalem signify? We can only guess. Surely the Politburo knows the effect of its stand upon Jewish opinion. It mav be the answei to Israel for its courteous vet fi: in refusal to 1 identified with the Soviet axis. It may also be the prelude of an all out anti-Jewish drive that might make the fumbling of the Czar's Black Hund-cdseem like the avocations of Bov Scouts. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT it HOTEL-SANITARIUM •i/ FOB BEST. CONVALESCENCt AND cmomc CASE* %  it, o looniri lit %M o'COURT >RIDA JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Will Dedicate I or.-ili Siimhiv The dedication oi .. Sefer Torah presented to Kneseth Israel Congregation by Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Steiner, 29 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, will be held at the synagogue on Sunday, December 25. at 3 p.m. We*mbers of the congri will assemble at the Sterner home at 3 o'clock. A procession oi cars and Alexander Drinker's orchestra wiil escort the new Scroll ito the synagogue, When the proi cession arrives at the house of i worship, the officers of the congregation will take out the old Scrolls from the Ark and join in the procession. Many dignitaries are expected to txpresent at the dedication. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of the congregation, will act as toastmaster and deliver the sermon. Refreshments will be served. Last In Hadassah Series To Be Aired Sunday The sixth and last of a 51 of radio d pn by the Miami Bi ach Grou] ation with Ihe National i [1 ill be in ard Sunda\. December 25. from 1:15 to 1:30 p in. over station WIN/, during M. Nasatir's Yiddi Classical Hour, according to Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, radio chairman' of the Miami Beach Group 0: Hadassah. This week's presentation. "An American in Israel'' starring Ethel Everett, records the story of an American woman who is on her first "mission" to Israel. Her reaction to incoming boatloads of refugees: her difficulty in trying to find a place to sleep in Jerusalem: her experience with a taxi drivel—are all chornicled in this drama. Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue. 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Sunday before
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assisted.
Kejj the"daughter of
L^'V' Michael Fiedler.
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LW're the David Rosen-
If^^fi S.W. 12th St
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I Tne I l'.n- sleeves, fitted
Retrain ke of viennese
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I Bt,, Fiedler served as
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K"ed i......U<1 ?f red .roses;
IL'shiil^ :. .senblum. sister of
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Loaded b I ice. Her bouquet
Crfvello* roses. Miss Judith
Gmoart. cousin of the bride from
I)J'. York. junior bridesmaid
IJ, a pink p.-wn. complemented
Iwith pink roses.
V-bert K S.ltman served as
be?: man and Irwin Shargaa was
Bj|.y Elaine Goldman kept the
UW:book at the reception which
followed the ceremony.
The bride's mother greeted
| BUest- in a gown of imported
cocoa lace ith a corsage of green
orchids. The bridegroom's mother
I was attired in a blue gown with
sequined bodice. She also wore
[ an orchid corsage.
Upon thi -turn from a brief
honevm ion n Daytona Beach, the
Jtoupje v. 11 reside at 1836 S.W.
[. 22nd Terr.
The formi Miss Fiedler is a
I student at tin University of Mi-
unmhei i- is a charter mem-
be Alp! I...mbda Delta, wo-
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Auxiliary Lunches
The Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary of Miami Beach Post
330 sponsored a luncheon at
Chinatown Charlie's Restaurant.
Miami Beach, on Wednesday, De-
cember 28. Proceeds from the af-
tair are earmarked for aid to
'.. according to Mrs. Jennie
it : ig, president.
A card and games party fol-
iwed tin- luncheon.
Hylan Kout was chairman
ot the affair. Mrs. Lillian Book-
man was co-chairman. Assisting
them were the officers of the
organization.
The auxiliary held a holiday
for patients at Pratt Gen-
ii ispital, Coral Gables on
December 22 Mrs. Kout. who is
ital chairman, also was in
charge of this event. Serving with
re Mrs. Bookspan and the
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Dies In Winston Salem
Mrs. Bernard Rosenblum
B'nai B'rith Young Women. The
bridegroom is a graduate of Mi-
ami Technical High School and
is now employed by a I i< al
plumbing firm.
Out-of-town guests were Mrs
A. Saltzman, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Lander, New Haven. Conn : Mr.
and Mrs. H. Grubart, Miss Marie
Geller. Mr. and Mrs. H. Helman,
Mrs. G. Rosen. H. Rubinstein
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fiedler, New
York: Mr. and Mrs. V,'. Bruder,
New Jersey.
V ord was i \ ea weeK
of the death in Winston Sale
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was n eived this week
'ii iiic iK-.iin in v. insion saiem.
N. C. ol Fiank Brenner, brother
of Mrs Nathan Adelman. 1421
N W 1st St. In addition to Mrs.
tan, Mr Brennei is sui vived
bv his w:fe and three sons, all j
of Winston Salerr.; a brother in.
R an ike; and sisters in Greens-
N. C, and Maryland S*>i v-
ices and interment took place
Wednesday in Winston Salem.
Arnold Greenfield To
Become Bar Mitzvah
4..-<* .i ni|i I
ll-'iv Torah
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman
will present a Sefer Torah to the
Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables at a special cere-
mony to be held at the facilities
of Congregation Beth El on Jan-
uary 29.
An elaborate program is being
planned and state and local digni-
taries have been invited to the
ceremonies.
Mr
"Jr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan
1505 Pennsylvania At., Miami
Beach, announce that the Bar
Mitivah of their son. Donald, will
I* held on Saturday. December
i at the Miami Beach Jewish
wnter with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
Shower For Bride-Elect
Mis. Isid i C 'iu-n and Mrs
Pearl Kriegei honored '
Gottlieb, wh ise e to
Charles Zalis will take place on
Januarv I. at a
shower at the I
El. 500 S.W. 17th Avi on Mon-
day. December 26. at 8 p.m. J -
eph W. Malek entertained The
bridal motif was mt in
refreshments and ns.
Gilbert Lehr Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Gilbert. n I Mr. ..nd Mrs.
Sidm I.' 2518 S W I Aye.,
will becomi Mai M t; Sat-
urday. Dec. n
the Miam Hi S
Congregation.
The Bar Miti wh is a|
student at Shenai
High School, will conduct services
and address thi rongi
Rabb; Simon April will il
A reception will follow
services and relatives and fnei
are invited.
Beth Tttlah To
Receive Torah
A Torah will
Congregation*.
B. Friedman in n ;; ry o her
daughter, the Late Mrs. Do
Bornstein. according I
Jrliph E Ra
; leader of the c ngregati in.
Mrs Bornstein v...- !>:
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. ___- Miami Beach
25 Washington Avenue
I.WKST Df SECUBITIES
OF ISBAEL
AND RECEIVE
INTEREST & DIVIDENDS IN DOLLARb
"ATA" TEXTILE COMPANY. LTD.
Common Stock (MB Par Value.
(35.00 Per Share
PALESTIKE ECONOMIC CORPORATION (PEC)
Common Stock t 00 Per Share
"AMPAL" AMERICAN PALESTINE TRADING CORP-
Wr 10-Vr Debenture*
SOO and I'.OOO Each
GENERAL MORTGAGE BANK OF MJJ^
". Preferred Stock ($14 Par Vlue) 1* f-e
OROER FROM _
AMERICAN PALESTINE SECURITIES CO- U
* BROAD ST. MEW YORK
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SATHA.N ABRAHAM
SOFA & CHAIR
$59,5Q,
Ml UPHOlSTtBERS
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only CommunityWide Kashruth Association. Part.c-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public that:
, only Meat Markets which have the s.gn of th. OMVH
n ""fi : displayed are supervised and endorsed by the
Vaad;
2 only Chickens with the ring of the, GMVH HJAOJ
are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad.
Tor other inform.** M Khruth mM our **?***
LPh I R.cko..ky. 818 Michigan Av.nu.. T.l^hon. 5-3595.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pre*.
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pre*.
H. SOOTIN. Sec
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PAGE FOURTEEN +.k**i*tncrkHar i. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center. $231 H.W. Firsl Ct. Sunday school class.-s .-wry Sunday at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W. 2nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Key. 1'hilip EYlad al 7] N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursdays from to 6 p.m. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Prlday evening seryice* at .V1.1. Saturday morning servires at 8:30! I'urinK tiie morning service Rabbi K.n-kovsky will preach class in btlsbna. Ev nlng aervlcea dall) at 5:15 followed by < lass in Laws and CtMtomH. Maanv follow*. Classen will be conducted by Kabbl Rackovsky. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Prlday evening services al %  p.m.; Saturday morning at !• a.m. Sol I_. Sugarman, principal, win deliver a %  ermon on "Joseph Was the Governor {> %  tinLand.*' Mim-ha ;it .". jt.ni. followed by Shalos Keudos. IJaily •ervlces al 7:SP p.m. ami 5:15 pin. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Prlday evening services at 6:15, Saturday morning at :• a m. liar Mitz\.ili % %  Arthur, son "i Mr. and Mrs. ^ Sorosky. Mlshna class at 4 ::'.• iwed bj Mlnt-ha and Maariv servBai Mltsvah services Sunday .. nlng •" s : '" follow ed by a Ha r Mltsvah breakfast. Slyam Hatorah Sunday at 7 p.m on I N-I 2 >th. Hunon) Ml 10 a.n Hell e .-. hool dally • • I', p. in. I tail) s.i \ i.-. ..I 7: "." %  and '•. i "• p in. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. -•'..' Inil ••' \ %  p III. %  n nlng .it s > Rabbi : 1' rend Mi hn al 11 low .1 h Sll idos. I>al : • i %  %  I p.III. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. i : Ti l. i • • : l: i bbl HnniK ..*... :. II l. Will IMPS W i i the l.a Sunda> mornFlagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Frldav svenlng services at 8:15. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct services and deliver the sermon. His topic will be "Modesty—A Major Dafellse of Jews. Dr. Paul Beck win officiate as cantor, A reception will follow Pree religious school meets Sunday moiniiiK at 10. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mote* Mescheloff. Ben-ics will I..held Friday evening at 6:10. Late DYIday evening lecture. The rabbi will speak. Saturday morniiiK at 8:80 Rabbi Meschelofl will deliver the sermon. Cantor l-'.-ler will chant the services, i" Congregattion at io a.m. under direction of A. .1 Salra Itabbi .1 S.billnian will teach Bible .lass at l p in Shalosh Beudos at ."> pin. Dall} services at 7 anil 8 a in and 5:16 pni Kabbl conducts dall) course in study of "The Mlshna." Rabbi will speak on th.Horn. f the Week. Dally school from .1:30 to •; :in Monda) through Thursday and !' a in. to noon on Sunday. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Prlday evening services at S p.in Saturday morning Bervlces at ?. Sunday school in a in Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Prlday sv*nlng services al B:13. Dr Kaplan will prvach on "Josephs Advice: l.av l'p K I Following th* '.-' \ .tiler.will Ina reception v l" M-. •. .1 bj he Sistet I I in honor "f Dr, Kaplan's 75th birthday. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services al 8:13. I' Raiison w i'l pr< u< Ii. IS. l. I ri''ilm;ui 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. C*-.ED ">z'n Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. Friday night services nt Itabbi Sk.Mi will >.->eak on -The Jews in World News" with comments on Jewish events during past month. onen Shabbat tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Uevlck, assisted by Mrs. Louis Levlck and Mrs. Finest Harris and ,h Hostess Klsa Levlck In honor of December birthdays. Cantor Joseph Malek will lead congregational singIng. ShablKit service at 10 a.m. with Torah service and Kiddush tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Diamond. Hoys and gills 111 the Barbas Mltsvah i"lul> will assist In Hebrew and Bngllah readings Congregation Betb David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services from 8:30 to S pin. each week will be broadcast over WWI'H Rabbi Ma* Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct services assisted by the Iteth Uavid choir under direction of i^on Bhlff. The rabbi will preach on "Peace and Uood Will."" Floral offering by Mr. and Mis. Krn,-si Siissinan in honor of their sou Richard's. Hat* Mitzvati. Saturday morning services at I* a.m. Itlchard, still of Mr ami Mrs. Kt n.-si Si'ssiuan, will become Bar Mltsvah. Student I'ong. Saturday al 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school between ::::t" and ii::iu p.m. daily. During the public school winter vacation .lasses in Hebrew school will take place in mornings. No transportation for students .luring weeks of I is ami J.".. Temple Beta Sholom iLibersl), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor bamuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Hai'ln Kronlsli will speak on "Itenichlm Habalm" — Blessed Are They W'liu Kilter." An tlneg Shabbat in honor of sll new temple niwmbers will follow the service In the patio. Sunday school at 9:4ft* Hebrew school .'i:l."i P.m. dally. Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. New schodule of services. Friday evenings at .-> p.m. with Oneg .Shabbat foiliin at 8 p.ii). "Saturday morning at &f a.m. Mincha afternoon service at 5 p in. followed by Shalos Suedus Wevk days, moinlng 8 a.m.; afternoon at :.:1... Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Friday eve at .1: Saturday nt X:ZH a.m. the rabbi will deliver the sermon. Mini ha at 4:15 followed by Shalos Setidos. Zmiras and remarks by guests will follow, after which Maariv will take place. Dally services al 8 a.m. ami 5 p.m.; Maariv at 6:41. Hallv Hebrew School at 3:30 with Religious Sunday school at 10 a.m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Prlday evening services at v.lu. Rabbi Ira W. Coldstein will officiate. An tineg Shabbat will be held following the services. Members anil friends bre invited to attend, MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling e Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Jeneral Office^—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director through the use of HW l ^^^^— \ 111 uu^ii me wic yjt / -\ NYLON TENTS I A nylon tnf complettly coven th 4ntir infested building in which a deadly ga i released. This new method cuts your cost in 1/2 i S YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY •^ML WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN JOTfc. TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S IAROESI EXTERMINATING CO The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH mini |l"l| s miiifliillllliilll uXSEGH> LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION 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 Si., MiamL have on hand a complete line oi Kosher Zion Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone 82-2731 |i""i| Iiimil 1 riir IIIIIII ...,„ h. l..in„ 1'"! D.1 mill •mill nlhi iiiiimii|i IIHIHlull III..Ill "HI" ..III.. s.^ 2 4 i r r s c r e G Daily HSVIeM ,, -„. Rabbi i rving u Jwob Y. Goldrino. "1 Lair pviday -, n Rabbi i-i.ii,,,,, ,,"•;>• S"iiK Ar Tin %  ..„,', '"' %  'i* %  aeration BeivkJn ai 4 whool (ollowlng %  <' %  ',, Jl"l •ervloea HI :. ,,_ V." u "'- mj North Shore J twuh (Conservative), 915 rJ Concourse. Mi ami B J j-nairn Congregation), BJ Fried. 4 n s ( h„ I l\ del*! yam C\ic\m CHICKEN SOUP WITH I CHICKEN SOUP WITH Mil CHICKEN SOUP WITH KREI CLEAR CHICKEN SOUP **AHI$CHlWl5 CHlCKf soul One enticing whiff N the rich fragronce of I things to eat thai ling] in Grandma's kitchenone satisfying spoonfu you those good old are back again I Yet.l on your table with t delicious bowlful of I isehewitz Chicken Soul Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasberg 1 J n j 19th and Alton Road Miami Beach Ambulance Service 5-5SM4 Miami Beach and Miami's Finest Jewish Funeral Home l. A %  &*• ., *^.. *m* In Philadelphia, 1512 N. Broad,§l. > t ^^^^ A. L.'Simpson Funl. Dir. .y*\lX",£V,~ &$:>:-:-.-;



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r rrEMBER23. 1949 NOTICES ttefJr,.< I:T OF THE "K' 1 T-I.I.-I.M. CIRCUIT •*l.i I'.M'K '•"lN TT. i % %  ^'/HYVKUV. NO; %  irriKKT MERWIN J'vi-u YORK f> ,,M.ii:V NOTIFIED to : ii'1 ; %  ',,, %  • mc In the T MV' • '"i '" ••• •• H* '"' %  .„ A I'" '••• '"'" Sj^ B n KATHERMAN. LEGAL NOTICE yggjg/ftefcftm PAGE ELEVKN an nereoy ordered ,,, n, V:, a1 '""","; ','" ''"." "' 'n.i.ifl i %  ••. ",7V STOCKING, <• W" | ,....:• j Clerk. %  K "TH %  piaintlrl :, f -U^DER FICTITIOUS ^fe^ravEN thai ,,„,l Equipment Co.: •" | .,,i.|. %  anil Scaffold r ''\v'.':„l Street, Miami. „u to register Bald name lit Court of *liX < %  DBA* t< ,.i'."v""V' n,h "' WH are hereby n P* lrled •"" l required to present an) RBKA ANN HoWER \ %  ,..,', iv T?H DE al F ,. PUBU CATION *i? and demand. a h ,,.,,. or SAMciP RT.OTv1rK R or before the 24th da) of Jamiarv Fl VA-VvVi. l l .T.. ro, R T OK 'THE ', ,; •.' > have against the ri \\ •'ii : Li Vrv, -,,.S ATED th S1 -" — %  — ,,„ %  %  •s^: S • T ^i^^ 1, AN DAVID ROSNER ELIZABETH ROSXKR ''!'' k, • iiimi •,,,,, (Clrouil Court Seal) Bj WM \V STOCKING MARION BR CS '" Solicitor for PI ••in Olympla Building Miami, Florida 12 23-30 l 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERKItV HIVES thai ] ,;; rn: %  lay l I Court Vi if) ATHERM; • U i thf undersigned, deiili tit) • Hy M c. FEIGE. —.nrrrcp"FlCTITIOUS bualnese ui r the fk-tltiouH nume of KAMUFi i %  >, %  deputy Clerk. E yND£ ,,., Monogram Service In l>a IIHLI.V I-. I.I'. .Il'.l Nl. "...>.-, r. n ,--li;.\,,l I-.. Met. n't AExecutrix of the Last Will and *""". KENNETH SPRAGUE, 63ffi Testament %  %  ( Anna C. Kehoe. He"""' 8tIeet, Foresl Hills, Long Ii Ni w Yoi I;, are notified to file you appears in the above cause foi dlv n the 16th day of January, A 1 1 l50, oth< rwlse decree pr ;.fesso iii i ntered against ) Dat< 'i this i in. day of i •• • Attoiney for Executrl 12 9-16-23-30 lend %  '••' IJ ih the Clerk f ""' Circuit %  rase County, Florida. 1 r>\VII> SUDNoW BERNARD SoPFIAN 5,,v owners .IAMIN lot Applfc-ai %  lAVli IBEX ... ^.,,. N0TICE TO APPEAR IN THE '•" : '" I ,T "'' %  '"•-'• K L i.KA-n iRMAN.CIer* Sole Owner MARX M, KAHKH ConEress Bldg. 1^ '23-30 I 6-13 hrT UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS MEREHV HIVEN that ,,I F ,I. dealiinto engage in inii' the n.'titious name of lure lirokers at 2141 rj, Leon Bn ilevard. Coral ntetiii'' to register ss •! name f the Circuit Court i %  :• %  -TRRMAN Sole Owner .A... • AM | BMg. : Hi [NOTICE TO APPEAR E CIRC KNTH UNI' I.. BDA. IN CHANCERY, No. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IX THE I'lltcriT iiUKT oh Tin: IITH .lll'HIAI. i ll'.'Tir IN AND Knit DADE I'OINTY. Ki.oi:ii'\ IN I'HANl'HliV .,., N TICE TO CREDITORS IN Till-. COCSTY JCnriR'S COURT IN ANII i-"i: UAIH: COCNTT FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. In Re ESTATE OK l.oris STEIOER, I "c ssed. T.. All i'1-edltors an.I AII Persons HavIng Claims or^Demands'Againrt'fteld fJ U j^^^J^S^Sl^ fcircuirco-urtse^r IN CHANCERT, No 128913 '• M f EI 9, E, 1 MVRTEENA ACDREV DATES, PlainMILTON K KIMII'M N'" l Ie,e ndanf ROI D EDWARD OATES ""olney A FRU2DMAN TO: HAROLn EDWARD GATES, "/1--M-M l 6 ""Chatham Street West, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Windsor, Canada. NAME LAW TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that >our appearance or answer t" the th.undersigned, desiring to engage In •mi'iaint for Divorce in tinbusiness under the flctlMous name of it before January 18th, Jewish Floridlan Printers at 120 N.E HII KScT-IT .ii'-liT or' THE ''j' •'.-npla BW|f. fcfTH Jl'I'l'-IAI. CIRCUIT, JJ*?; "'•" %  m TOR I'Al'K COVNTY, '-'" '-' %  Bj M. C FEIGE, hereor7"&aid claims or" demands to' NORMAN R LYONS. ESQ?" y """ """'^ "' lhe Attorney at Law NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th.fictitious name of claimant and lo bi sworn to and „ NAME LAW g*"}?• %  B •' ?/i e i l i lou 8 -, na *,i liresented ;,aforesaid, or same will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,!'^' VVii J, \'' >-, '1 lie barred Se. Section 12 the 'be undersigned, desiring to engage In "... %  **•' :s ""'Mjaml, Plorlda, %  Adoption nf ln( RROMBEIP i irrHONY Lr:n |BER F.MAXI I:I. HRI I.MBERO, '.-l SJth BI ::•':: llohnti \. • I ate \ vember 18, A.D. 1MI, •III.LII-: STEIGER, ngage %  %  under the fictitious nun t Th.Winchester Apts, al 52O-530 S.W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .|..„,.. .... K |„, .,,.,.,!. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that PHILLIPS, WALTERMAN & the undersigned, desiring % %  engage In PHILLIPS business undei the fictltiou I Attorneys for Administratrix Perrj Furniture Co :it 303 North 12/2-9-16-23 Miami Avel le, Miami. Florida, InMl: Street, Miami, Ha., Intend'to County. Florida int. •nil to registi said nam.with th.Clerk "f the Circuit Court %  <'. Dada York Citv X, York tend> to ti lid name Ag HEREBY llEyt'IRED to l l, rk f *he flrcult Court of Dade Star In th.al.ove styled' 1 '>• ll'"'i %  lhe 27tb 'I., of January, A K I*BRR1 As Administratrix of the Estate register s.iiii name with the Clerk "f lhe Circuit Court of Dada County, Florida. MAX S. GRODNER liOROTIIV S. GROUSER ISAAC JOFPE AM..in. y for Applicants HO Itlscaj ne Bldg. Miami, Fla. 11.23 12 :-:i-lii-;:l LARRY ZEISLER HARRY BERKE HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney 92" Lincoln Road 12 16-23-30 % %  Hole iwner l.i:si IE C ROME SOI Bisi ,-i ni Bldg, Miami 32, Fla. Mto shim cau— hy the petijMopiii-n flle.l l.\ ANTHONY ie the ail..|,tie i •ir, lit i 'ourt, Wdt Count v Flo: .la. : Court Seal) By !•' GOULD, l -r. I>i nuty Clerk. MTOVW .• k \l-I.AN B *. ApproTwdby EATER MIAMI VAAD HAIASHRUS 1^* E. Rockorsky. Dirwctor Demand SINAI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that the II i. idgned, il*slrlng to engage In huslness under the rictltlous name ol %  'i>.i-l.,,. k.i Furniture Co. ..t ::T^ OpuI.." -ka Bl> %  la, l-'l.i Intends %  -.I:.I n.,'ne Ith the 'lei i> %  • CH r| of I i ,i, % %  Florida. MURRAY TAYLOR is \ vc ,i"i-i i: | : NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name with th IN ANII Kin: ii.viiE COUNTY, Court of Dade County, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN : the undeisigned, desfrli g to < ngage In business under the t i> itlouv nan R ibln ii itel .'• '•-'' N. E. 2nd Avi Miami. Fla., Intends to registi r I ik of the Cl NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 2C722 ACTS OF 1941 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl Let. Boskin, hold I> Tax I16-3-30 l,b-i3 Sale Certificate) nu ered .•.>;. x|34 — and l"4>;, issued tin 27th rta ORDER OF PUBLICATION May, v M %  %  %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nie vour appearan my office, and has made applli for n lax di • ,i lo In l> led i 1 %  %  Hatd • %  I' I ing ii'-, i ii" i II the i ,,f I laile, Slat. 1,1 I : till Ul II I .ol 22. Block 36, West F %  I'a'lI See. H %  Sub I'la I M I'"*' l 112, In the Count) %  %  of Florida, a • Cert I j Bo 7-Tie The 'pr r ty under lhe | ujed ain 'I"nanii %  • Dri lover. N TT.!' ft. of Loi I""' h -• Bvanston II. Ighl n > % %  I Page 16, i ; ; %  r I nidi stm uf Horidn, as eml Bo. S134. I'ln '%  • pj-opi 1 1^ nidi i l'l."l:il'A. — IN CHANCERY, N ,| ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t, answil '.. Hi. HARRY GOLD, Lessee 13 ~ "NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I the undersigned, desiring to i i gage In i: -under t he flctll is I B me of LITTLE GEORGIA MARKET r %  s. W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, F i Intends to registi said name wltl Clerk of th.Circuit Court of l >a la County, l' SAMUEL BOOKOFP I Sole I iwni ;' tak' WILUAM |V BRENNER 'ed > yoil. \n...r..ifor U-nnrol It, ,,ko'f nt. |„,XR \XD ORDERED.at Miami. ,V .-",•. -..i. : '•• • Florida, this 9 da) of I mbcr, i:\ill li DICIAI. CIRCUIT |ii|| oi Complaint for Divorce In this IN AND FOR DADE COVNTY, I .,... nn ol before 'he lull i FLORIDA, — IN CHANCERY, No. January, A. I' ll'SO: other* Uil! IIEI.I \ I.ANI iM VS. Plaintiff, 'i VRLES I. VSDM VN, Defendant. TO CHARLES LAM'M VS l-extnisl %  A. H. 1949. .aBMwnii.v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \V V '. \. v York I. II LI.ATHI.KMAN. NAME LAW Yol VISE HEREBY ordered to I Clerk of the" Circuit t ourt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ""'';'"' ,: '" : ', ,":,'„omncirivn the undersigned, de> Ing I %  filed ags By WM. YY. M'" KIV, iNDMAN on .' Deputy Cl. nth Street, Mian::. Floi Ida, •.. :.. isti r .-.ii.i name with of the Cil It C 'f D e Ci l' %  JACK .1. BINKLEY SAM SILVER Ian I'M i VCK A. ABBOTT %  of said bill for Plaintiff, -. ,i ngs i %  Ri d, Bi ich, Fla, VSI> i IRI'EREH this 13 da) 10 : 6 "' I.EATHERMAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ",•',' of : K. B. I' I' LEATIIKKMA.-N Nontt i ;„cui; "I ""LOITBI: N -„T,CE IS^'f.ETJf GIVEN tha Plat B-.k 2 I' J. tiOULD of Dade, Stall "' i .. iul Clcrl husll NOTICE TO APPEAR braced In Certil • VNoKF F n r. s W. i-riRCUIT COURT'"l THE i Avi Miami. Fla.. Intend I IN n :'., %  j v Vi I IDICI \I ilRiUlT %  % % %  %  "' N AND FOR I'S'M name of Geo. \\ Mason. %  • Court o! Dade I ,,, ,.:,.. 1X CHANCERY', No. V Unlei s said certil "hall !•< %  a,i id .-cording t" ; .'" %  Ibed hen ,. tl„. highest ,1 on th, II Mi ... i ..!. %  iat vi ,;,,,,,, o, ,,' %  : Clrcii (Clrcull ''• NOTICE TO APPEAR N IT CIRCUI nl RT Or EI.E> CIRCUIT M ,' BRi S v It.. D'fi .,., ,. I,|IOV\ Ll.l. %  JACK COLBERT 1.143 s W. 23rd Strei t NORTON BENIS ;::, S. 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f DECEMBER 30, 1949
Ltf leaders
I'. Rah.nowitz w
was in-
flabnioirit-
being one of
orshipful master of
J*"!? Masonic Lodge No.
I*?'*X M ^ Tuesday. De-
L cember 27, at 8
p. m. at the
American Legion
Hall. Miami
| Beach.
Rabinowitz is
32nd egree
Mason, a mem-
ber of the Miami
Scottish Rites
consistory and a
.member of the
Mahi Shrine
Temple. Besides
the most active
r all of these groups, he
,es an intense interest in nu-
merous other civic and welfare
Irwips in Miami Beach.
"others installed at the cere-
limnv were Raymond E. Feiner.
& warden: Herman RMech-
Itaritz. junior warden; Nathaniel
In Kirsch. treasurer: Henry M.
Watzkin. secretary; Paul L.
I Greene chaplain: Sidney Teller.
|uor deacon: Herbert Gutman.
I junior steward: Maurice de H.
I Collegeman. honorary marshal:
IAloe:: M. Lehrman. marshal:
ISimuel W. Sapiro, assistant mar-
hhii. Sol S. Goldstrom. tyler: Joel
P. Nev st assistant tyler:
I Henry Steig, second assistant
I Installing officers were Rt. W.
Br>wn. F.G.M.: W. L. Earl Curry.
I put potentate Mahi Shrine. P. M.
jarr.es Carnell Lodge: Bro. Sam
Parse: seni warden of South-
west Lodge. _____
Hebrew School
To Hoar Wwiiian
Myron Newman, first president
of the Miami Hebrew School.
who is visiting here from Chicago.
will be guest of honor at a meet-
ing of the congregation on Wed-
nesday. January 4. at 8 p.m. at
(the school building. 1101 S.W.
12th Ave., according to Jack
I Stone, president Ition.
Rabbi Simon April will -offer
I the invocation and Mrs. William
Weintraub is in charge of the
[ program and refreshments.
Stone has issued a special in-
vitation to all old members of the
congregation to turn out for the
meeting.
Center Affair To
Honor Kaplan
New officers of the Miami Jew-
in Community Center will be
installed at a dinner dance to be
held Sunday. Januarv 22. Abe
Cutler, chairman of the installa-
tion committee, has announced.
This affair will also be a testi-
monial dinner to Leon Kaplan
tired as president
,: fter serving three

i that this affair
form of a dinner
'nd;: some of the out-
unity leaders will
Present t i honor Kaplan and
pect to the newly
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Music Class Conducted
At Miami Beach Y
Music lovers are invited I
tend the music appreciation class
conducted every Tuesday at 8:15
p.m. at the Beach Y. Judge Ken-
neth Oka will preside at the
meeting on Tuesday, Jan:;,
Margaret Chasan is director and
Joe Mom,,
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""p7r" y^1^ K*^UQTota^ i Warmbrandt To Speak
i aras. In formal i > Booklets Whv Gl ,w oid win be the
s
publi iti :.
ble u
office of David lien, 420 Lincoln
Road on Thursday, December 29.
i p.m. The agenda included
topic of the lecture on Saturday..
December 31. at 3:30 p.m. at the,
Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 124 11th
in- St- Miami Beach. Guest speaker
*- volving scholarships, subsidizing wi" be Dl- Max Warmbrandt.
^.s?'"!ation- and. ('':itical prob-|noled author and lecturer on
question period will

- k.iii. me agenaa mcii
^nportant matters pohcy
ing
t the Bureau I [P ?aciA* several of'the Jewish' healfii. ,
Ell To Speak
Leon J. Ell. chairm in of the
Jewish National Fund of Greatei
Miami, will be giii t speak
the Birnbaum Jewish Hour Sun-
day. January l. from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. over station WMBM, ac-
cording to Joseph Birnbaum. di-
rector. Hyman Birnbaum will
prea n1 a skit and Cant ir s.
Kelemer will be in charge of the
musical portion of the proj
(p.-ilili's Oilier
Plans llanre
Coral Gables Jewish Center and
Sisterhood will hold their first
New Year's Eve party at the cen-
ter, 320 Palermo Ave., Coral
Gables,
A turkey supper with all the
trimmings will be served and
Joe Leslie and his orchestra will
play for dancing.
Mrs. William Glick heads the
committee in charge of arrange-
ments. Assisting her are the Mes-
dames Louis Tanner. Al Finkel-
stein. Sam Schulfand. Abe Harris,
Ed Harelick. Murray Lazarus and
Irving Gerstenfeld. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Glick.
schools. Max Meisef presided!
progl T- ----------------------------
JWV Auxiliary Schedules
Games Party At Pratt
. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary,
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
'ill hold a games partv for the
patients at Pratt General Hos-
Pital. Coral Gables, on Wednes-
day, January 4. at 7:30 p.m.
ition be- frizes, entertainment and re-
een parent ai for the
ei ization ol bjectives
intelligent Jewish ed
tzmai
: :
: ngster incl
II Jewish
Thi rigstei ...:;
.'' :- '-
,'s' tions of the
1 :- tied pi :
' e used

:
I be published thi
: Philadelphia Council on J
Edu
follow the address.

riments are on the agenda.
The auxiliary will hold a simi-
irty on the first Wednesday
I very month in 1950.
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PAGE TWELVE < Weintri ub, Frank Schne I r, \i % %  ris Fi nster, Sam Feldman '. iuis Goi dman, Philip Pritzei \ %  in G Idm n. F i ; Goldman, •. Eisensti in George Stern. I •! Go! Ifin Dr Philip S' I B; I (! Id n, A .) Kapn E Snj di .. Ed Goldstein and Worris Dol linger. Meeting Postponed • : the Daughters : ai lly scheduled foi 1 %  '• 22, has beei I ined M %  leci 26, l)titu of Hebri A Ai lemy ili. -. Mi Bl nch Schechti unced Thi ip will meet at the Hi lem • I ..! B ach, at ;i p Speaks At Beach 1 T, Si ;• mm I tlumi nthal, i >nu ing psyc hi ilogist, spoke on I' Way ol Life" on %  nd evening December 19, at ai thi Miami Il< ach Y. Manischewitz Presents Sportsmanship Award To Dodger Jackie Robinson Committee Meets The committee in charge of the annual Hadassah dinner dance to be held on January 8 at Copa City met at the Ronev Plaza Hotel on Thursday. December 22. at 11 a.m.. according to Mrs. Bernard Silverman. who is in charge erf arrangements. Mrs. Ralph Sperro is chairman of tickets and reservations for the Miami Beach Group and Mrs. Aaron Courshon for the Hannah Senesch Group. All groups in the Greater Miami Chapter are 1 to participate. .: >n enl may be made by calling Mrs. AJx^Tl President ****#$£ group. "raBiil I i 11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDERT^TT^ ., NAME LAW 1 0 NOTICE is m-MlKHrn buBlneHg „,„!,., t | Dobbn s-ivl,-. Bervlc, t and 7.2.-, In, l.i,. Si Beach, Intt-mli ueaen, intends i '"• > with Hi,, %  !. %  %  I Di County. K RI ; AX< S.il.. GKOnOE .1 r.\ 121 Lincoln R TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. Sth STREET k ing thi fourth annu I sentation •: th B nnj L Good Sportjmans hip Av m attended lead "iu publi 11 B irj I Mania : • %  if thi B flanischewitz Mi tzo Ci n | ed .. spi %  ial troph) .to R ibim '!'. Bi ooklyn D I p, in n! his contribui ions I w ; th furl ring : Am in leals. Mr. Manischewitz is presently vacationing in Miami Beach i he is being extensively entertained at a series of affairs :n his honor. Tlu award, given* bv the Manischewitz Foundation, an organization sponsored by the Manischewitz family and the U. S. Maccabi Association, is bestowed each year upon the one individual in public life who is considered to have done the most towards World Famous Itallan and American Cuisine Foi I lining .\ I lancing HARRY CANDULLO .m.l hi.So, etj On li. .-ii .i • ROYALE LOUNGE OPEN TILL 4 A.M 3500 CORAL WAY RICCIO'S RESTAURANT 79th ST. CAUSEWAY 83-1631 7-6937 TO ALL GREETINGS 0^" /VtlAMII MIAMI 127 N. W. 2nd Street Miami LISTEN TO BIRNBAUM S JEWISH RADIO PROGRAM WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. Always Interesting Always New Features Always Live Talent PERSONNEL JOSEPH BIRNBAUM. Director HYMAN BIRNBAUM, Skit Artist CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER, Music Director .Vfiojui's Foremost \'egetar,a>\ Da.ry and F th II KSTAIRAXT SOW OPE\ SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS 841 Washington Ave.. M. B Ph 5-913 — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — advai ance and undi I ig in behall o< .:;..in Ami rica. Set rial i T. %  i • • L lizes the who have l •• je to %  f bigot nd ] -eever thi y i aj ex si In :::; ; k:::_ the presentation, Mi. Mani '. stated, "II Is only by a trans] : • ,! th ,uy:ns int i deeds that we can achieve our goal—to eliminate the pre' judices and discriminations which unfortunately, still exist in our' midst. It is bv living example. by setting a pattern for others to follow, that the courageous I few inspire others to follow their lead "By honoring this kind of example and inspiration, the Manischewitz family has attempted to lend strength and support not only to the ideals, but to the actual achievements in democratic living that mark the moral and | spiritual progress of our nation, for it is only through practical i application of these ideals that a better world can be fashioned." Mr. Robinson, in accepting the I trophy, said that though it was not the first to be presented to him. it was the one he would value most because of its significance. Other speakers at the luncheon included Hai ry Hershfield, famous columnist, cartoonist and raconteur, who was toastmaster at the luncheon, and Barney Ross, war hero and former world's welterweight champion, who received the award last year. Prominent among the luncheon guests were Bernard Manischewitz. president of the B. Manischewitz C impanj and William Manischewitz, retary-tieasur: the matzo baking firm. GRAND OPENING MORRY'S APPAREL SHOI 1576 Washington Avenue—One Block Off Lincoln Road SpeC 1.1 ;• ,'i<; jo Ready-Mode and Made-tn-Order Coati THIS MONTH ONLY TOPPERS Valued at $39.95—Our Price $][) ( NOVELTY CAPES—All Wool With Crepe Lining—Sold at Leading Department Stores for S69.95—Our Price $l9-9l C ftt cf Costume Jewelry With Each P During Tlii.< Sale V., C ry a Full Line of Half-Size Dressi All Regulation Sizes IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MORRY'S APPAREL SHOP Manufacturers and Retailers of Ladies Coais and Suits' PHONE 58-8591 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE end WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilrering Our Special"! L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th SL PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GER3ER\ CALL 4-7485 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS. TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON 7 S. COLEMAN LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by Triton Hotel Dining Roo On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Music Operated by Erwin FrishnJ Phone 5-8651 THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUGGESTS YOU GIVE AN ACCEPTABLE HOLIDAY GIFT and/ THE BUDAPEST STRING QUAR' (In Two Different Programs) F.O. 4 LILY PONS & ANDRE KOSTELANE] With The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra S-i 9 MARGARET TRUMAN With The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra MODESTE ALLOC Conductor Feb. 23 EDWIN FRANKO GOLDMAN C nductor of the University of Miami Symphonic FRED McCALL, Conductor Ma 27 NELSON EDDY, BARITONE At the U. of M. Sym. Off. Main Campui. Admin. Bldg .__*" 104, Tel. 43-5812; U. of M. Ticket Off.. 340 S.E. 1st St.. M Te:. 3-23 "; Amidon'i, 220 Alhambra Circle. Coral GaDles. Beach Ridto Co.. 1219 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. 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PAGE TEN +Je*ist. Fhrkliati FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30. J • v %  .%  t %  : %  HE r H i'l < MIII< il Women To Mert .l.i I I. 4 The National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will conduct its monthly meeting on Wednesday. January 4, at 1:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Aaron Farr, president. A panel discussion on "Interfaith Marriage" will be held with Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of the faculty of the University of Miami. ;is moderator. Other participants will be Dr. Dora Kleiner, marriage counselor: the Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, pastor of the Robertsun Memorial Church: Rabbi Max Shapiro; and Aaron Lipman of the University of Miami sociology department. A question-andanswer period will follow the discussion. Mrs. Farr also announces that the organization's annual dinner dunce will be held at Copa City on January 22 and that reservations for the affair are now being taken by Mrs. Leonard Wein and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. co-chairmen, and Mrs. David Phillips, in charge of reservations. Reservations may be made bv calling 36-4S2!). Workmen's I ir*l Plans Affair For New loars Kv Workmen's Circle Branch 692 bl Miami Beach and its Women's Club will sponsor their annual .New Year's Eve celebration in the new air-cooled Lyceum, 25 W shington Ave. .\ .imner will be prepared by the women's Club and served at 10 p.m. An orchestra will provide music for dancing and confetti. at: p< ntine and an assortment of noise-makers will be supplied i:i' of charge. The committee in charge is i bj Harry Spivack. Res> tions may be made by calling Joe Pollack at 5-3166. or Celia KatZ at 5K-2984. Drama Classes Added classes in dramatics have been added to the afternoon program of the Miami Jewish Community Ctntt.. according to Mrs. Ada Sheiner, center youth chairman. Classes will be held on Friday afternoons from 3 to 5 o'clock. There will be one for children betw-en the ages of six and eight i and tor children between the ages of eight and 11. Classes will be conducted by Tobie Jacobskind. prog; am assistant, and are open : %  th< membership of the center. Thcie is no charge for these less ns. Recital Scheduled Dr. Paul BecK. cantor of Tempk Isaiah, will conduct a recital of his pupils on Saturday evening. January 7. at the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 North Bayshore Dr. Adm;ssion will be one dollar. ON THE OCEAN at 12th St. OUR KOSHER DINING ROOM IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Ph. 5-670 ..! *&£. ^GUST BROS Ry. J -la the BFST' IN THE MAIL Whose '^imfha"? To The Editor: My good friend, and active worker in Jewish affairs. I. S. Shapoff. in his letter to the editor published December 16. 1949. takes issue with my article "Yiddish a Fortress of Jewish Existence." Precisely what he disagrees with. I do not know. He fails to state whether Yiddish to him is also a fortress of our national existence or not. By implication, and I may be wrong, I gather that the point he is trying to make is this: Yiddish may have been in the past a fortress of Jewish existence, but has lost so much ground lately, that we should not try to keep it alive. just let it die a natural death. Mr. Shapoff accuses me of being over-optimistic. He writes: "Dr. Click exudes such great enthusiasm and such hoDeful promise for the future of Yiddish ." I ask Mr. Shapoff to read my article again carefully. It contains no references to the future: I purposely—and for a good reason refrained from making any predictions for the future. I was dealing with facts, and facts only. Mr. Shapoff did not bother about' refuting one single fact. However, he ends up bv asking me: "Why such a simcha?" I do not see any "simcha" in my article, unless Mi. Shapoff misconstrues my love and devotion to Yiddish—and my pride with its achievements—as "simcha." In turn I'd like to ask him this: why such a "simcha" on his part? If things arc as gloomy with Yiddish as he pictures them to be. why does he make things look even worse than they really are? And—if Yiddish is destined to die a slow but sure death, what is to become of the Jewish people in the diaspora? What will take the place of Yiddish? 1 know Mr. Shapoffs answer. English will take its place. That may be true of the English speaking countries. What about the Jews .in the Latin-American countries — there it will be Spanish. In Brazil it is going to be Portuguese, in Franch—French: and how about Belgium. Holland. Poland, Austria, Russia, etc.? The trouble with English and all those other languages is this: they are very nice, but—they are not Jewish they lead us to assimilation with all its consequences. No, Mr. Shapoff! If we permit Yiddish to die a slow death, it will be another "Churban" in our history. We must repair the breaks that you are pointing out in this fortress, because, if we let this fortress fall, our existence will be in grave danger. I do not want to be misunderstood. I am not against learning English or the language of any country in which Jews happen to i live. However, in addition to | English every Jew in America | must be able to master one Jewish language, either Hebrew or I Yiddish, and preferably both. | This must be the goal if we inI tend to continue our existence. In conclusion permit me to cor1 rect ,. derogatory and. in my upmion. grossly exagerated statement made by Mr. Shapoff about N Idish authors who must peddle with their books for a living. There are hundreds of Yiddish authors earning a decent liveliil from then writing who do have to resort to this indignity. No : : — Jewish writer will stoop :peddling his own books. There are a fewmost or them grapho-maniacs, would-be-writers—who indulgi it is the duty if evi rybody to liscourage this pr ictice. Do nol blame for it all the Yid writers. DR. MEYER J. CLICK. NAMED iWV NATIONAL CHAMAIN PLAIN I I i Itabbi Slioiilson to Adilress Zionists Rabbi Isadore Shoulson, eighth generation Palestinian and past president of Eastern Delaware Zionist District in Philadelphia, will speak on "The Negation of Galut" at the Miami Beach Zionist District luncheon club meeting on Wednesday. January 4. at 12:15 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. The rabbi took his early training at the Etz-Chaim Academy in Jerusalem and received ordination at the Rabbi Isaac Elchonon Theological Seminary in New York. He worked for his bachelor's degree at City College of New York and held pulpits in Westchester. Pa., for 11 years. He JWV Post To Meet Next muster of the newly ganized Coral Gables P„ sl 1 ish War Veterans. Wll | J fl on Thursday, January 5 "1 K the Cori Gable, Jewi Rabbi Morris Skop win be B ,J speaker and election of 30 • 10:00 A.MHear Morning Personalist "Jock the Clock," "Clancy th Weatherman," "Grapevine Gus" and STAN BURNS "YUUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC AND NEWS" BONDED Sccfitent*p3 TEARS PAY! INSPECTION am ESTIMATES :I-I8I8 509 N. E. I3th St. MIAMI Company Owned — Company Operated SINCE P II P L E7U 1901 53528 MIAMI BEACH South's Oldest. Largest Exterminators PEfrTUC


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Scholarship For Hollywood Student
Established At Brandeis University
While the Shah of Iran (Persia)
was royally entertained in the
United States, his Ambassador
sidmitted that Jews were being
kicked out of Iran.
Ambassador Hussein Ala*s ex-
planation was a classic.
It seems that because Iraq per-
recuted Iranian businessmen I in-
cluding Jews). Iran was forced
tj retaliate bv the expulsion of
1.470 Iraqi Jews and 30 other
Iraqis. Most of the Jews had
probably fled to Iran to escape
persecution in Iraq.
Hussein Ala pointed out that
the "retaliation move" was cer-
tainly no: directed at Jews but
chly against Iraqi nationals liv-
ing in Iran. It was only coinci-
dental that the vast majority of
ihe Iraqis in Iran were :' the
Jewish faith.
However, the "Jews are vt ry
Lauchy" and think ..11 polil
. tions in the Middle East "are
:: rected only against Jews." M -
hammed Goudarzi, Second St
lary of the Iranian Embass
Questioned a: the State De-
, artment by rep u t< :.-. Husa
Ala openly | the expul-
n. In fa< i. he said he was [
to ;" jt it s i that he
could "explain."
He said that expelled Jews
would not be forced I i go back
. i I: aq. The > wi free as the
wall v. : Capistran A re-
, iggi ste i that they mighl
even g i to the United States
Of Hussein Ala agr< d,
Uley ild go to the United Stati
A quick thinker, the Ambassa-
i1 did not want his Shah em-
barrassed.
Another Iranian spokesman
cpenly admitted that he. for one,
regretted throwing Jews int i
"the lion's den" in view of the
recent pogroms in Iraq. He ex-1
plained, however, that Iran had
no alternative but to oust the',
-rac: Jews. Iran "had to take this
: tep to protect its nationals in (
Jraq."
Meanwhile, the Iraqi Embassy )
::e:d it was at a loss to under- j
.-tand what all the shouting was '
.'bout. An Iraq: spokesman said !
raq's relations with Iran were!
excellent. He couldn"t understand |
eports of mistreatment of Iranian ,
nationals. He was then informed
that Jew.- were among the
Iranians persecuted in Iraq. I
' Oh-h-h-h." he >a:ci. He grasped i
the subtlety of the situation and i
' uld i :.' no further.
State Department spokesi:...:.
:. hi J. McDermott said the
S ; thing : thi affair.
K n the Shah first ived in
lingt :. he ti d with
lisplay
: State Department pi mp and j
th visit
: Ei n I. His |
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ington was determined to make a
| big impression on the Shah.
And the Shah was determined
to make a big "impression on of-
ficial Washington. He told his
first press conference that Iran
was proud of its historic tolerance
of minorities. Asked if he wished
Israel well, the Shah replied that
Iran had not yet recognized Is-
rael. He noted that Iran was "a
good Moslem country."
The nation bowed and scraped
before the mighty Iranian Poten-
tate Debutantes swooned at the
sight of him. U. S. and Iranian
flags flew side by side. A skiing
party was organized :n his honor
at Sun Valley. State Department
men catered to his every whim.
But the question was. "Mr.
Shah, how about human rights
in your country? You are enjoy-
ing the hospitality of a nation
made up of people who fled
foreign persecuti in No group of,
foreigner.- n as vi xpelled from :
America as a reprisal" measure." |
Perhaps the Shah would take
this question home with him. He
sought our money but maybe
would take home some ideals
more precious than money.
Weinberger Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late William
Weinberger, formerly of 601 11th
St., Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. January 1 at 1:30 p.m.
at Ml. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr.
Weinbergei was a member of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
sbilI >amod
Freedom House
1950 < hair ma ii
Freedom House in its first of-
ficial election appointed Fred
Nesbitt as chairman to preside
for the forthcoming year.
Nesbitt is a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School,
magna cum laude. He was also
prosecuting attorney for the law
school and editor-in-chief of the
Miami Law Quarterly.
Hi has been practicing in Mi-
ami-and now has his office on
Miami Beach.
Other -.fficers elected were
vice chairman. Dr. Sam Gert-
man: recording secretary. Miss
Betty Ha lam; treasurer. Mrs.
Francis No vile; corresponding
ry, M is Estelle Liebei
A scholarship enabling a Holly-
wood student to attend Brandeis
University in Waltham. Mass.. a
coeducational nonsectarian insti-
tution founded under Jewish
sponsorship a little more than a
vear ago, has been established by
B. M. Goldberger of Hollywood,
noted philanthropist, it was an-
nounced by George Alpert. of
Boston, chairman of the Brandeis
board of trustees.
Goldberger. cousin of Dr. Jos-
eph Goldberger. distinguished
scientist responsible for the cure
for pellagra, has established a
scholarship which will permit a
graduate of the South Broward
High School. Hollywood, recom-
mended by the Hollywood super-
intendent of schools, to attend
the Massachusetts institution for
the next four years. The scholar-
ship recipient will enter Brandeis
next fall, at the start of the 1950-
1951 academic year.
Accepting the scholarship in
behalf of Brandeis University. Dr.
Abram L. Sachar. president of the
university, stated in a letter to
Goldberger: "We are very much
delighted that you have made it
possible that during the next four
years a gifted and deserving stu-
dent may come to Brandeis Uni-
versity from the Hollywood
school system. I am very grateful
to you for pioneering this project
in your part of the country.
Through your far vision, youngs-
ters of promise will be given the
opportunity for a college educa-
tion. We appreciate, too. the en-
couragement which your bene-
faction gives us in this pioneering
period of the university's life
when it is so essential to have
friends and cooperation."
Brandeis University, the na-
tion's first Jewish-sponsored non-
sectarian institution of higher
learning, admitted its first class
of 100 students in the fall of 1948.
This year the student body has
more than doubled and now num-
bers 240 young men and women
of varying faiths and creeds. The
university's faculty, too, has
doubled, rnd includes men of
such prominence as Ludwig
Lewisohn. professor of compara-
tive literature and Max Lerner,
professor of American civiliza-
tion and institutions.
Also serving the new institu-
tion are Dr. Serge Koussevitzky,
as university consultant in music;
Leonard Bernstein, as a member
of the consultative committee for
the newly-formed School of
Music: and Dr. Selman Waksman.
as consultant in science.
Dr. Blumenthal Speaks
Dr. Sevmour Blumenthal. con-
sulting psychologist and former
professor at the University of Mi-
ami, was guest speaker at a meet-
ing of the Robert Richter Post 11
of AMVETS on December 20.
Dr. Blumenthal's subject was
"The Psvchological Adjustment of
Young Married Couples." A dis-
cussion'followed the lecture.
Commander Nat Pollack was
master of ceremonies. Dancing
and refreshments were also on
the program.
Marks BlrttS(
The Miami Beach v
Auxiliary to the Jewish Hd
the Aged marked its filtJ
the Martinique Hotel on T
December 27. at 1 pZ*.
IBS MrS- B^--PAmppe'
Mrs. Max Greenberg ,
charge of refreshments J
her was Mrs. Samuel Rit'tel
BergJe,PItkln "nd
A special tribute was i
Mrs Greenberg. funder
auxiliary, who in turn
new members.
Program. which waJ
ranged by Mrs. Louis Mad
featured selections bv
ence Kutzen. concert pianjd
recently moved here frort
troit. wheie she was accl
by the Detroit Art InsUtJ
Music Guild. Ruth BrotmaJ
soprano, rendered several]
with Anyuta Melicov at thd
Leo Allen, executive d
of the home, sp ke brief!'
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PAGE TWO J i: .. hi I. fJenisl ikriMatr? FRIDAY, DE CEMBER Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN Scholarship For Hollywood Student Established At Brandeis University While the Shah of Iran (Persia) was royally entertained in the United States, his Ambassador sidmitted that Jews were being kicked out of Iran. Ambassador Hussein Ala*s explanation was a classic. It seems that because Iraq perrecuted Iranian businessmen I including Jews). Iran was forced tj retaliate bv the expulsion of 1.470 Iraqi Jews and 30 other Iraqis. Most of the Jews had probably fled to Iran to escape persecution in Iraq. Hussein Ala pointed out that the "retaliation move" was certainly no: directed at Jews but chly against Iraqi nationals living in Iran. It was only coincidental that the vast majority of ihe Iraqis in Iran were :' the Jewish faith. However, the "Jews are vt ry Lauchy" and think ..11 polil tions in the Middle East "are : : rected only against Jews." M hammed Goudarzi, Second St lary of the Iranian Embass Questioned a: the State De, artment by rep u t< :.-. Husa Ala openly | the expuln. In fa< i. he said he was [ to ; jt it s i that he could "explain." He said that expelled Jews would not be forced I i go back i I: aq. The >• wi free as the wall v. : Capistran %  A re, •" %  iggi ste i that they mighl even g i to the United States Of Hussein Ala agr< • d, Uley ild go to the United Stati A quick thinker, the Ambassai 1 did not want his Shah embarrassed. Another Iranian spokesman cpenly admitted that he. for one, regretted throwing Jews int i "the lion's den" in view of the recent pogroms in Iraq. He ex-1 plained, however, that Iran had no alternative but to oust the -rac: Jews. Iran "had to take this : tep to protect its nationals in ( Jraq." Meanwhile, the Iraqi Embassy ) ::e:d it was at a loss to underj .-tand what all the shouting was .'bout. An Iraq: spokesman said raq's relations with Iran were! excellent. He couldn"t understand | eports of mistreatment of Iranian nationals. He was then informed that Jew.were among the Iranians persecuted in Iraq. I Oh-h-h-h." he >a:ci. He grasped i the subtlety of the situation and i '•• uld i :.' no further. State Department spokesi:...:. :. hi • J. McDermott said the S ; thing : thi affair. K n the Shah first ived in lingt :. he ti d with lisplay : State Department pi mp and j th visit • •' %  : Ei — n I. His | ...... th pital • I prevent rossing trei M .. %  P( t of govern* : -' Official %  %  ishRabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 ington was determined to make a | big impression on the Shah. And the Shah was determined to make a big "impression on official Washington. He told his first press conference that Iran was proud of its historic tolerance of minorities. Asked if he wished Israel well, the Shah replied that Iran had not yet recognized Israel. He noted that Iran was "a good Moslem country." The nation bowed and scraped before the mighty Iranian Potentate Debutantes swooned at the sight of him. U. S. and Iranian flags flew side by side. A skiing party was organized :n his honor at Sun Valley. State Department men catered to his every whim. But the question was. "Mr. Shah, how about human rights in your country? You are enjoying the hospitality of a nation made up of people who fled foreign persecuti in No group of, foreigner.n as vi xpelled from : America as a •reprisal" measure." | Perhaps the Shah would take this question home with him. He sought our money but maybe would take home some ideals more precious than money. Weinberger Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late William Weinberger, formerly of 601 11th St., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. January 1 at 1:30 p.m. at Ml. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Weinbergei was a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. sbilI >amod Freedom House 1950 < hair ma ii Freedom House in its first official election appointed Fred Nesbitt as chairman to preside for the forthcoming year. Nesbitt is a graduate of the University of Miami Law School, magna cum laude. He was also prosecuting attorney for the law school and editor-in-chief of the Miami Law Quarterly. Hi has been practicing in Miami-and now has his office on Miami Beach. Other -.fficers elected were vice chairman. Dr. Sam Gertman: recording secretary. Miss Betty Ha lam; treasurer. Mrs. Francis No vile; corresponding ry, M is Estelle Liebei A scholarship enabling a Hollywood student to attend Brandeis University in Waltham. Mass.. a coeducational nonsectarian institution founded under Jewish sponsorship a little more than a vear ago, has been established by B. M. Goldberger of Hollywood, noted philanthropist, it was announced by George Alpert. of Boston, chairman of the Brandeis board of trustees. Goldberger. cousin of Dr. Joseph Goldberger. distinguished scientist responsible for the cure for pellagra, has established a scholarship which will permit a graduate of the South Broward High School. Hollywood, recommended by the Hollywood superintendent of schools, to attend the Massachusetts institution for the next four years. The scholarship recipient will enter Brandeis next fall, at the start of the 19501951 academic year. Accepting the scholarship in behalf of Brandeis University. Dr. Abram L. Sachar. president of the university, stated in a letter to Goldberger: "We are very much delighted that you have made it possible that during the next four years a gifted and deserving student may come to Brandeis University from the Hollywood school system. I am very grateful to you for pioneering this project in your part of the country. Through your far vision, youngsters of promise will be given the opportunity for a college education. We appreciate, too. the encouragement which your benefaction gives us in this pioneering period of the university's life when it is so essential to have friends and cooperation." Brandeis University, the nation's first Jewish-sponsored nonsectarian institution of higher learning, admitted its first class of 100 students in the fall of 1948. This year the student body has more than doubled and now numbers 240 young men and women of varying faiths and creeds. The university's faculty, too, has doubled, rnd includes men of such prominence as Ludwig Lewisohn. professor of comparative literature and Max Lerner, professor of American civilization and institutions. Also serving the new institution are Dr. Serge Koussevitzky, as university consultant in music; Leonard Bernstein, as a member of the consultative committee for the newly-formed School of Music: and Dr. Selman Waksman. as consultant in science. Dr. Blumenthal Speaks Dr. Sevmour Blumenthal. consulting psychologist and former professor at the University of Miami, was guest speaker at a meeting of the Robert Richter Post 11 of AMVETS on December 20. Dr. Blumenthal's subject was "The Psvchological Adjustment of Young Married Couples." A discussion'followed the lecture. Commander Nat Pollack was master of ceremonies. Dancing and refreshments were also on the program. Marks BlrttS( The Miami Beach v Auxiliary to the Jewish Hd the Aged marked its f ilt J the Martinique Hotel on T December 27. at 1 p Z*. IBS MrS B ^-P A m p pe' Mrs. Max Greenberg charge of refreshments J her was Mrs. Samuel Rit'tel Berg J e, PI tkln nd A special tribute was i Mrs Greenberg. f„under auxiliary, who in turn new members. Program. which wa J ranged by Mrs. Louis Mad featured selections bv ence Kutzen. concert pianjd recently moved here frort troit. wheie she was accl by the Detroit Art InsUtJ Music Guild. 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Miss Ida Solomon will be the
instructor in a course entitled
"Background for Music" to be
given to youngsters at the Miami
Jewish Community Center, 450
S.W. 16th Ave., starting Monday
afternoon, January 9.
This course of study will be
given for a three month period
and will consist of two classes,
one for children eight to ten
years and another for children
11 to 12 years, which will meet
from 4 to 5 p.m., Mondays ana
Thursdays.
The children in these groups
will be taught piano, theory,
transposition and writing of
music. Fee for the course will be
two dollars for eight lessons to
members and four dollars to non-
members.
Each of the two classes will be
limited to a registration of 10
pupils and registration may be
made any afternoon at the center.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
FRIDAY. DErPMnm
Golden Agers Resume
Afternoon Forums
The Miami Jewish Community
Center's Golden Age Friendship
Club will resume its Tuesday
afternoon forums on January 3,
at 2 p.m. at the center. 450 S.W.
16th Ave.. according to Samuel
Rothstein. chairman of the group,
who has returned to preside over
the club's functions.
A guest speaker will be pre-
sent at the meeting and refresh-
ments will be served. All Golden
Age Club members and friends
are invited to attend.
400 Attend Chanuka Fete
Over 4()() persons attended the
first social affair of the newly
organized Sisterhood of the
Northside Jewish Center a Chan-
uka party, held on December 18.
Marty Weiss was master oi cere-
monies.
The sisterhood will hold its
next meeting on Thursday, De-
cember 29. at H p.m. at the Salva-
tion Army Hall, 6701 N.W. 4th
Ct. A special nominating commit-
tee will be elected at this, meeting.
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Sunday school classes every Sunday
at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 855
N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under
direction of Kev. Philip FVIed at 6701
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursdays from 4 Co > p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave. Miami
Beech. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
OTskv.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning- services at 8:30.
During the morning service Rabbi
Kackovsky will preach on the Portion
of the Week. On Saturday at 4 p.m.
The ubbl will speak. Mlncha at 4:30
P.m. followed by Shalosh Seudos and
Maarlv. Morning service-' dally at 7:3->
am followed by class in Mlshna. Eve-
ning services dally at 5:15 followed
by class in Laws and Customs. Maarlv
follows. Class.! will be conducted bv
Rabbi Rackovsky.
Hebrew Academy, 911 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at r, p.m.;
Saturday morning at S a.m. Sol Ia
Sugarman. principal, will deliver a
sermon on "Joseph Meets His Bro-
thers.*' Classes in Mlshna at 5.16 p.in
Mlncha at .", p.m. followeil b) Bhalos
Seudos. Dally service at 7:30 p-.m
and 5:1S p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at : a.m. liar Mlts-
vah of Qllbert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Lehr Mlshna class at 4:S0
followed by Mlncha and .Maarlv serv-
ices. Bar M Its van services Bunday
morning at 8:30 followed by a liar
Mltsvan breakfast. Sunday school at
l" a.in Hebrew school dally 4:15 to
6:15 p.m. luiU s.-i\.....s at '.::,) a.m.
and .". 15 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Krlda> evening services at 5:15 p.m.
Satutday morning at B:80, Rabbi
Grauei w il' preach, Mlncha at
'. |i in followed by Shalos Shudos.
Sup.I > school l" a in. Dallj religious
school :n to 8:30. Daily religious
services B a.m. and ."> 1". p.m
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early l-*iid.i> services at 5:30, l.ate
FYidas services nl 8:15. Rabbi Honlg
will speak mi "l Knew In Stephen
S, Wise Review of autobiography,
"His Challenging "fears." Saturday
morning service ul 8:30. Rabbi Honig
will pr.acli on the Weekly Portion of
the Law. Religious school assembly
Sundaj morning
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday set\Ices at 8 a in.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mothay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct
services and deliver the sermon. Ir.
Paul Beck Will officiate as cantor. A
recepUon will follow. Free religious
school meets Sunday morning at IS,
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 9. Sun-
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thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moiei Mes-
cheloff.
Services will be held Friday evening
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Religion of Novelty." Saturday morn-
ing at 8:30 Rabbi Mescheloff will
deliver the sermon on "Father
Meets Son." Cantor Feder will
chant the services. .Ir. Congrega-
tion at 10 a.m. under direction of A.
,J. Safra. Rabbi .1 Schulman will teach
I Mlble class at 4 p.m. Shalosh Seudos at
15 pm. Dallv services at 7 and 8 a.m.
land 5:15 p.m. Rabbi conducts dally
.course in study of "The Mlshna."
Rabbi will speak .in the Portion of
' the Week. Dally school from 3:30 to
8:30 Monday through Thursday and
9 am to noon on Sunday.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning St 8:00
o'clock.
Tempi* Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:18. I>r.
Kaplan will conduct the services.
Ones! sneaker will be Rabbi Morton
M Herman, of Temple Isaiah Israel,
of Chicago, who will speak on "A
Haif-i'.ntnn .>t ProgressOr Retro-
gression*
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdeJe. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Annual "Youth Sabbath Service" at
< pm Servl......nducted by Stuart
Barthold, Eugene Bloom, Bernard
Davis, Seymore Levin, Jud) Nankin.
Jules Sltverman, Robert Tobias and
Kverne Waskow. under director of
Joseph Keller. J tiles Sllvel 111.111 Will
deliver sermon on Sldra "Vaylgash"
the Portion of Ihe Week. Stuart Bart-
hold will recite "The Ethics of Juda-
ism." iiuest speaker will be Hen
Essen, prominent Miami attorney. The
public is Invited.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue
Palermo near Le Jeune.
Friday night services at t. Rabbi
skop will speak. Cantor Joseph Malek
will lead congregational singing, sin-
b.it service at Hi a.m. with Torah
service and Klddush. Boys and
girls in the Barbas Mltsvah I'lub will
assist in Hebrew and English read-
ings.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services from 8:t0
to :' p.m. ea.h w.-ek will be broadcast
over WWI-H Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct
services assisted by the Iteth David
Ctioir under direction of Leon Bhlff.
The rabbi will preach on "Ring in
the New." Floral offering by Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Cohen 'in honor of Mrs.
Cohen's birthday. Student Cong. Sat-
urday at I0:3u a.m. The Rabbi will
expound on the I'ortion of the Law.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For the 2-Story White
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
Student Cong. Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
Hebrew school between 3:30 and 6:30
p.nv dally.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Pone* da Loon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening services at 8:30.
Rabbi Ira W. (loldsteln will officiate.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held follow-
ing the services. Members and friends
nre Invited to attend.
Temple Betn bnolom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Are.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kroniih; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Ftlday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow the service In the
patio. Sunday school at 9:45. Hebrew
school 8:18 p.m. dally.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox). 4004 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
New schedule of services. KrUlay
evenings at 5 p.m. with Uneg Shabbat
forum at 8 p.m. Saturday morning at
9 a.m. Mlncha afternoon service at
5 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedus.
Week days, morning 8 a.m.; afternoon
at S:16,
Congregation Kneselh Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Friday eve at T,; Saturday at 8:30
a.m. the rabbi will deliver the ser-
mon. Mlncha at 4:45 followed by
Shalos Seudos. Zmiras and remarks by
guests will follow, after which Maarlv
will take place. Daily services at s
a.m. and 5 p.m.: Maariv at 5:4.",. Dally
Hebrew School at 3:30 with Religious
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
30^
Miami Beach JeWuh gSSalsl
"7 Cantar (ConMrv,tj) ^
Washington Av... SSf%f
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday service ,. g .
Rabbi Lehrman will preach i H
morning service, at '. ,,', T^,ur|
will preach on the Weelii, i, rM
the Law. Hail, MjT,**!
5:15 p.m. -m.
North Shore Jewilh -,J
(Conservative). 916 Et2L
Concourse, Miami Beach !
Fria? Consr,9"tion)- **. PM)
Friday evening service, t u _
The rabbi will apeak on '? "A
Women In Israel.1 a n i"l
discussion and an Ones Ssb*.!"!
lows. Saturday morning serv? I
9:00 a.m. Sunday school aMi'l"*
Blscayne Elementary Bchool
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nrrEMBER 30. 1949
Hotikvah, En Gev Judaea Groups
- Awards For Skits At Festival
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE ELEV

Receive
LEGAL NOTICE
[jaiikvah
were
and
groups
awarded to the Annette
En Gev Young
at the Chanuka
Melich and Phvll.. Wi
pon are respective adv
Decorations for I
;val. sponsored by _the Great- I were made by the H nah Boy
Zionist Youth Cornmis- Club, of which Nan. T
"at the Miami
I*81 L- >() it was announced
*Sr H. Solloway, Young
Laea chairman.
'"fL were Mrs. L. Silver-
, JudS, Ruth Goodman and S.
"r-ndm-n who "tated that
tWEdubi presented "out-
klmg Chanuka programs."
Beach Y on Larry Mamlet are leadi
Prizes were pi, .., th
groups by Bevetlj ."
Beach Jr. Had
: "1
Herman
I jean N nd Rita
led by
Ross, pre-
onginai skit entitled
,. Chanuka" which con-
ipP>af lighting the Chanuka
and traditional holiday
nal
sented
Isisteu
^Ind'a'ances. Participants in
S;, were Fraydea Buck. Leah
Bernstein. Sandra Berman, Do-
Miami
Harold
Masada.
The Young Judaea \ ,!,
under the guidance of the Z ...
Youth Commission which
joint agency tor th youth act:vi-
ties of Hadassah and th< ZOA
Chairman of the Greater .: .
Zionist Youth Commissii n M
Alfred M. Mamlet.
" rR "Hfr^TTTHF .vNOT.ToeO.TOR.--------
N,.7" '-"l-NTY JUDGE'S COURT
INI. FOR r.Anp ,'V," K"l: DADE COUNTY,
CHANCERY :': -;l A '* PROBATE, No
LEGAL NOTICE
V HOOVER

Z Chernoff. Tamara Cohen, ,
Erlv Cheui, Jeannie Deutsch,
frbara Ellis. Frances Frome,
fwanne Glasser. Adrienne Haas,
trtaie Kwall. Roberta Lehman,
Rnbe'ta Koermer, Laren Langler,
bna'v Mondll. Linda Mabler,
Roberta Mitnick. Marion Poiak-
o Harriettc Schwartz. Harnette
[ coiiowav. Arlene Stern. Carol
f j-shaw. Eleanor Zweigal. Joyce
Davidson. Jackie Livingston. Bar-
ba-a Halpern. Toni Green, Helen
Usnick. Barbara Racher and
Maxine Fisher.
* plav. "Helen Sees the Light," I
was presented by En Gev. under ;
the leadership of Marilyn Good-
man and Janice Pred. Included
in th? cast were Esther Firestone,
Jams Glickstein, Suzanne Gor-
don. Elaine Krassner. Maxine
Klein. Judy Mayfair, Pat Muerer,
Dorothy Muman, Shelly Rudolph.
Jean Stern. Phyllis Sweet, Ro-
berta Cohen and Shirley Mart.
Honorable mention went to
Yagour. which offered songs and
dances, and Chai. which presented
a play "A Modern Modin."
.VEB
HOOVER

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Both II Plans
lew Years Fete
Reservations fr the '.
Year's Eve partv to be sponsored
by the Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Beth El at the Dora August
Memorial Hall. 500 S.W. 17th
Ave.. will be taken through D>- Dad
cember 29. according to Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, president.
Tickets are lour dollars per
person and include food, drinks.
tayors and dancing to the music of
Klieber and his band. Reserva-
tions mav be obtained bv calling
Beth El at 9-3004 or Mrs. Emanuel
Kornstein at 48-9449.

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ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
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legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
IT GIVEN I
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:
WILLIAM P T .
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________LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
badness under the fictitious name ol
Dobba Service Station .it it.", list I
Street an,i J115 Abbott Avenue, Miami
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of th.- Chi nit Court of
Dade County, Florida..
BLANCHE DC-BBS
Sole Owner
rjEORGE I TALIANOFF
420 Lin,..In Road
12/21-30 1 '8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
VIDCRAFT DISTRIBUTORS OP
FLORIDA at 3791 N.W Seventh Av<
Miami. Florida, Intends to regime:
-.ml name with the Clerk of the
Clivuit Courl of Dade County, I-~. itJ..
RERNARD M LBTINE
NELAN SWEET
Attoi ney for V'ldorafl Diatrlbuton
of Florida
12 30 I 6-11-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I'F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN \\I' FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY S
129081
[UIT\ COHEN, Plaintiff, vs MERWIN
R. COHEN, I'.i. nda
TO: MERWIN R COHEN
16.1!) 12nd STREET
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIF
file your answer i>r appea
above action foi
1950, ..i .' 1'
Will l.. -
B B LEATHERMAN.
I Courl
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B\ VVM W STOCKING,
Dei il
BURNETT ROTH
Attorne> foi Flail I ff
|2 ::;-::> I'll!___________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT "I- III.
fUniCIAL rmCl'IT IN AND
FOR r>AI'E COUNTY K:.< !:!! \
IN i IHANCERY Ne
M IfUSARET I tMFORD, Plaintiff, vs.
ill. ..\| \> liAMFl 'J'.I
YOU, THOMAS BAMP iRD
By ram ': R C neel in
I to file appi ai -
inc< tion on
- .i I9S0, or a
default will ...-.:
Dated Peci : 1949
K l; LEATHERMAN,
. 'lerfc nf thi
Seal)
By M C PEIOE.
I'entity Clerk
NORMAN R LYONS, ESQ
Utoi ne) Law
.: i Olynvnia
M ami Floi Ida
12 23-30 1 *--.:l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desli ng to engage In
busim -- mdi the flctll me !
Pi Furniture Co at 803 North
M \. n Miami, Floi Ida In-
i. nd registi -..i.l nan with
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dad*
Flo d.i
ICK PERRY
goie i nvner
LESLIE C ROME
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\OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
File A 14741
: IS HEREBY iJIVEN tl
T.i\
C.rtil I" '.
rth da> of
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In R< ESTATE OP
ANNA c. KEHOE,
Deceased
'''" All and All Persons Hav-
- 01 I ..in.m.Is Against Said
Estati
..:.] eai h of you, are hereby
lined and required to present any
and di mands which you, m
either of you, ma) have agalnsl the
[stati Anna c Kel....., deceased,
' 'ook '..nntv. Illinois, to the
Hon, W f Blanton, County Judge of
y. and file the same In his
nfflce in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
I ir months from the date of the
flrsl iiubllcatlon hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
if the claimant ami to he sworn to
ami presented as aforesaid, or same
wm he ba.....I Sei Section 120 ol the
1913 Probate Act.
Date Dec :.. A h int9.
KATHRYN F LE JEUNE,
a- Executrix of the Lasl Will and
real iment of Anna c. Kehoo, Ue-
ased.
MILTON A, FRIEDMAN
foi Exi cut fix
:. I I6-J3-30
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT I'nrilT OP THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, Kl.i HtlDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 128913.
MYRTEENA AUDREY GATES, Plain-
t:ff. v> HAROLD EDWARD I'.ATKS.
Defendant,
Th. HAROLD EDWARD UATE8,
.T" Chatham Strei I West,
\^ dsor, Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to ih.-
Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce in this
ca ii on or before January 13th.
r.i'.i.. ..tin ru :.-. said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at' Miami.
Florida, this i::th day of December,
1S.
E. It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
lit Court Seall
By: F. J. GOULD,
Deputy clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff
12 16-23-30 1 6
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE ciucciT iviritT nl-' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND Kolt DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
I289SJ
LOUISE SPRAUUE, Plaintiff, va.
KENNETH SPRAGUE. Defendant.
You, KENNETH SPRAUUE. (36u
llmh stie.-t. Forest Hills, Long Island,
New York, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for 'II-
vorce "n the 16th day of January,
A n. 1950, otherwise decree pro con-
fess., win be entered against you.
Dated this nth day of December.
A.D, 1!'4H
E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj M. C. FEIQE,
Deputy Clerk.
I MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney
12/16-23-30 1/6
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by ANTHONY LEO.
TO: ROOER E.MANI hX BR
:; \\ -t S9th Street,
R? Irk m'
he and appear In
Court on the -'.th
1(50, and to ho
yon foi adi>|tli i'
I |.-i i neeklna 'h-
BROMBERO;.
This the lth da) '
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to oncape in
bualnesa under the fictitious name of
Pranke's Service Station at 1530 N. W.
17th Avenue. Miami, Ha., intend to
register said name with the clerk of
ill.- circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JACK COLBERT
1545 8. W. 23rd Street
NORTON HEN IS
35 N W. 31st Avenue
Co-Partners
IS 9-16-23-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
128920.
NELLE COLLINS, Plaintiff, vs.
like COLLINS, Defendant.
ru LUKE COLLINS, c o O. 1< Shell
s. stai .n, i ;i eenevllle, Ten-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
ntvled cause foi divorce, on or before
I,,- i.'ih da> of January, 1950, other-
vvlse a Decree Pro Confesso will be
. ntered agalnsl you.
BATED this llth day of Dei ember,
E. H. EATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
irt Seal) ......
Bj M. C. FEH1E.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL I HANK. Attorney
. .: Sej bold Building
Miami, Florida
12 16-23-30 ] 6_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.usines.s under the fictitious name ..I
Jewish Florldlan Printers at 120 N E.
6th Street, Miami. Kla intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERTS PRINTING
CORPORATION
WM. I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicant
IL'" Lin.-i.In Itoad
1:'. 16-23-30 1 '6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PLAGLER APPLIANCE CO. ai 341
Wesl Hagler Street, Miami. Florida.,
' Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
LARRY ZEISLER
HARRY BKRKE
HAROLD shaimho
Attorney
Ic.'T Lincoln Road
12'16-l'3-30 I '.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
j the undei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Robin Hotel at :>2!> N. B. 2nd Avenue.
Miami, Ha., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Horida.
HARRY GOLD, I.e.ec
12/16-23-30 1/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Opa-Locka Furniture Co. at "'> Opa-
i.e. ;. i Blvd.. Opa-Locka, Pla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County,
Florida.
MI'RItAY TAYLOR
ISAAC JOPFE
Attorney for Applicant
inl" Blscayne Building
12 16-23-30 1 6-13
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT Cul'RT i >K THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
128861.
JAMES P. COLE, JR., Plaintiff, vs.
KATHLEEN COLE, Defendant.
TO: KATHLEEN COLE,
:u Dunstall street.
Scunthorpe,
Lincolnshire,
England.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED '
file your appearance or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this
cause on or befoi the 9th d is ol
January, A. D. I960; otherwise said
Hill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed by ) '"I
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this : das of December,
A. I>- 1!'I9.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
nigned, desiring to engage
( mdei the fictitious name
Wholesale Furniture Brokers
pn.e di !..... Boulevard,
,;:,!,;. h Int. ids i" ii Bistei tl
.,,.. clerk of the Circuit
..- | w i, Count}. Horida.
MYRON STERMAN
Sole iwner
PALLOT AND TATH IM
. 'ongi. -- Bldg,
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at 2146
Coral
name
Court
Clelk of tIn
(Circuit Court Seall
|i> WM. W.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
12 16-23-30 1 'i
Circuit Court.
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Deput) Clerk.


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Miami. PI
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
BUSK 5Tx VfficERY,
^^r'D\5.E^DMX>VELL
ii\'\'is. JR., Defendant.
TO DANIEL MclHiWELL
BAVIS, JR..
.. : hi Street,
Mai \ land
y01 VRE HEREBY
ppears |
inplainl for
,,i- befnr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desli to engage Ii
business u......I Hie fietil I...... ol
Aluminum Ladder .Hid Equljmient Co.:
also Amerli an l. iddei and S. irl.....
Co, nt 1091 N W. 23rd Street. Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said nami
with the ci.ik of the Clrcull Court oi
Dade Count-.. Florida.
MICHAEL E. GRAN 1
12 23-30 1 6-13 ________

NOTIFIED i"
answer In the
Blvorce in this
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I leputy i lerk,
IACK A ABBOTT,
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FICTIT
N
IOUS
that
*TlCE Z8&1& .lVFN
(hc fictitious name ol
Bureau at 14SS Col-
' 1n'VM,.;nViHoac.,, .
line Avenue
register sold name
uit Court of
with
Dade
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JU1H1KS COl RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
'Sah^^hwTrtz SINITSKY.
also known as SARAH SCHWARTZ,
To All Creditors and All P sons Hav-
ing ci.i ins or Demands Ag ilnsl
s ild Estate: .
Von and each of you, arc hereb}
notified ai il re.mil,-,l to present any
claims and demands which you, ol
either of VOU, mav have against the
SSSa of 'SARA 11 SCHWARTZ
S1NITSKY, also known as HARAH
SCHWARTZ, deceased, late of Da*
County, l'l..rid.., to the Hon. w
i'.i. \ NT' >N, Count} i idgi
County, and file the same
office in the Count} i ...ir l,,,,i-.
Dade county. Horida, within eighi
calendar months from the date ol tne
,,rst public .tion hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the lega aa-
dress of the claimant and to ni i"
, and presented as >,'','>^:"'' .'.l
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i%  nHB^H ^T ii, nECEMB EH 30 1949 e J. Bertman Named Prosi.i,.,,, tiiaiii" B nal B pith Cmmefl TI j Bertman Miami ^J^istrkr/dfian tfCc real!"' [Ken elect ident of Miami and civic worker to the post of B'nai B'rith • n has been Charles R. • mi BeaCh f > i i ... active i :md • the Mia nl a non n iw b ing of M ami tl .• a din cl <\ YMHA I lent of the I;' th Ileadership, embership vital i %  h i i B'nai B II: 1 : -' I ,. tips, e p hood Week. arter mem. [i Club and board of the He is chatf: ol Temple j .i the Citi£: r : I niversity 01 I president is Cjv e ..-, if the Florida C, istitute of Real '. and is in „ e ,: : IUS commercial PAGETTVE Pittsburgh Club Plans Affair The Pittsburgh Club nf pfe|%r | Miami, a social club for residents and visitors in Me Miami who formerly resided in Pittsburgh, is formulating plan.I "Pittsburgh Night" at ('op,' City (;n Tuesday evening, January 3. Newly-elected officers : I club are: Leonard L. Kii president; Maui ice Cohen %  lei %  .; w vice pre Mrs. Henry ii .: %  >' ; naneial ec %  • i u recording secretary; i L "2'/ : > %  > George J. H Jerome Adelman. Lewi? Stei n.N in, C. R. Jacobson .vill executive lin to Scheduled to eppesr on the first of a series of cultural programs to be snonsored by the Women's Organization of the Hebrew Academy are (1, to r.) Erien Weissberger, Barbara Burris and Susan Leshnick. •eater Miami; Chevrah Michnayos Holds Malave Malke i be B'nai B' ting b | I 2500 Council is a ol all lodges nity repre• ship of more engaged in !. and philanip.c :•; rk : national level. A ile. Fannie. de at 2445 Flamingo Place. mi Beach. elected to serve Bertman are: Sam Silver A.J.Kaplan, vice presidents; l>\ ARMS DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 Ifceti >fioo lp....no e' MtiJKlc • 0 IIAMSON M SUSSMAN PARTY CATERING Chevrah Michnayos of C ration Beth Tfilah Malave Malke ol thi sea synagogue on Satui December IT. Rabbi J. I. Ai presided. In his opening i Andmn underscored the ance of the Torah at this "ci period ol the history of I.-; Rabbi Joseph E. Rack ivsky, spiritual leader of the cong tnin. spoke on the value i education. He urged the aud to join the organization, and following his appeal, 25 people joined the group. Among the others who spoke during the evening were Israel Diamond. Rabbi M. Katz, Rabbi Shulman. H. Sher. Mr. Rolhman. Mr. Silver and Mrs. Katz. acting president of the sisterhood. Mr. Kramer and Mr. Rush entertained the group with Israel songs. Committee in charge of the affair included H. Zaldman and M. P'ke and the Mesdanus I. Diamond. Gussie Zaidman. Rachel Katz and Rose Kaplan. Rabbi Moses Mosrheloff Rabbi Murray raucr Rabbi Simon April and Rabbi 1. II. Ever eby no;.iy the Jewish Community of Greater Miami they have withdrawn their supervision from the Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, Inc., at 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach I no longer accept responsibility for the observance ol the Kashruth Code in that establishment. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Beth Jacob Congregation Rabbi Murray Grauer Congregation Beth El Rabbi Simon April Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Rabbi I. H. Ever Kneseth Israel Congregation Academy Woman I'lan I u!iuraI Program Sris A cult %  %  friends I I Hebn Acah M Lynn Le\ : %  • II This serii %  ting and • %  : mi : Mi s. Ii ving Lehi ; 1848 James Avi M Beach. The program will fi D vid S. Ami: n, founder and dent "i the academy, wb will discuss in a series ol three lectures, "A Blue Print For Happy Home Life."' in relation to "Your Child in the Grade School," "\ ur Child in High School." •• %  ^our Child in College." Rudy Baum. accordionist, will discuss -The Influence of Music Appreciation on Your Child." This series of lectures is designed to give parents a better appreciation and a richer program for the development and education of their children, according to Sol L. Sugarman, i principal. At this meiting. reports on the i :.al will be n ndi red by Mrs. David S. And:. Mrs. Samuel; Cohen will submit a final report i recent ichievement lunch, nd Mrs Irving Firtel will nt future plans of the r nuka ration which was recently GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS at the academy. A lil ren's p mam has been featuring Bail )ra Leschnick and R '.'.' gi : l.tTiicr I SiM'ak llr Jan. H> "Amerii a and World Leaderi thi subject of Max Lerner's address on Monday, January 16, Alien he will appear under thi auspices of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom at 8 p.m. "We have been most fortunate .:. getting this well-known auurnalist, lecturer and world traveler to come down here I r the purpose of addressing our men's club." stated Frank Kamenj president of the club. 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Jenisti fkrkikJir
JZlE^IlEECEMBER
30,
CapcHelight Ceremony At Temple Israel
Unites Barbara Firestone, Paul Goodman
In a candlelight ceremony at
Temple Israel on Sunday, De-
cember 25. at 8 p.m. Miss Bar-
bara Ann Firestone became the
bride of Paul S. Goodman. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan read the service.
Frances Tarboux was organist
and Faye Drazen. solist.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Fire-
stone. 281 S.W. 28th Road. The
bridegroom's parents are Mrs.
Ella Goodman. 826 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach, and Mose Goodman,
Charleston. W. Va.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown
ot candlelight satin fashioned
with fitted bodice, mandarin
neckline, wide panels of imported
Chant illy lace bordering the
tuined-back satin revere in the
skirt and cathedral train. Her
ivory illusion veil was secured
by a cap of pleated illusion with
orange blossom clusters on either
side. She carried a bible showered
with white orchids.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mis. D. Donald Smith, of
Akron. Ohio, who wore a gown of
gold brocade with off-the-should-
er neckline. She carried a co-
lonial nosegay. Other attendans
were Miss Ruth Adelson. Miss
Lila Cowan and Miss Barbara
Wartel, who wore shaded rose
colored gowns with matching
stoles and carried colonial nose-
gays. Susan Melanie Smith, niece
of the bride, served as flower girl
in an off-the shoulder gown of
vaiegated tulle over vellow taf-
feta. Stephan Eric Smith was ring
bearer.
S (rwin H. Goodman. Cleve-
land. Ohio, was best man for his
thi i". and ushering were James
Good nan, Cleveland; D. Donald
Smith. Akron: Jerry Linet.
The bride's mother greeted
sues:.- at the reception which
followed the ceremony in a gown
of aqua crepe trimmed in match-
ing Venetian lace. The elder Mrs.
Goodman chose a gown of pea-
ci ck blue crepe. Both wore orchid
'I : foi ii.i r Miss Firestone
graduated Iran, Miami Beach
Betrothal Revealed
Florine Yronne Schwartz
The engagement of Florine
Yvonne Schwartz to Robert James
Freedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin C. Freedman. King Cole
Hotel, Miami Beach, has been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Schwartz. 2147 S.W.
7th St.
The prospective bridegroom
graduated from Miami Beach
High School, where he was a
member of the National Thespian
Society. Miss Schwartz is a grad-
uate of Miami High School.
1 Mrs. Paul S. Goodman
High School and attended Florida
State University. Her husband, a
Marine Corps veteran, is also a
graduate of Miami Beach High.
He attended West Virginia Uni-
versity, where he was affiliated
with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
Following a wedding trip to
Washington and Charleston. W.
Va.. the newlyweds will reside
at 843 Mentor Road. Akron. For
going away, the bride donned an
emerald green gabardine suit
with pink and brown accessories.
I>am*< To ll-ii<*li.
Children's Clinic
First benefit dance to be staged
for the Crippled Children's Clinic-
will be held on Wednesday. Jan-
uary 4. 8 p.m. at the Ritz ball-
room. 3685 N.W. 36th St. Admis-
sion is 60 cents, including tax,
and tickets may be purchased at
the door or from any member of
the Cerebral Palsy Parents Coun-
cil. Uncle Harve and his Ragtime
Wranglers will play for dancing.
All proceeds will be used to
purchase equipment for the
therapy rooms of the new Crip-
pled Children's Clinic, which is
being built at 159 N.E. 51s: St.,
adjacent t.p the Roosevelt School
for Exceptional Children. This
clinic will be built and operated
by the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children.
Children handicapped by cere-
bral palsy and other crippling
delects requiring therapy will be
given physical, occupational and
speech therapy without charge.
Amy Adelson
Pledges Troth
Mrs. Jeannette Adelson of Mi-
ami Beach announces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Amy, to
Di. Earl Sheff of Charle.-t n. W
Va.
The bride-elect, who is former-
ly of New York, attended the
Florida State College f ir W mien
and is a graduate of the Jewi
Hospital Training School for
Nurses in Brooklyn.
Dr. Sheff. who served in the
Naval Air Corps for three and a
half years, is a graduate of the
Illinois College of Chiropjdy in
Chicago
The wedding will take place in
March.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scheinholz of Brooklyn, N. Y., recently
celebrated their nineteenth wedding anniversary with their
two children, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman
and Mi. and Mrs. Scheinholz, and friends from New York, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Hoffenberg.
* *
Mrs. R. Botwin, the former Rosalind Friedman, is spending
the holidays in New York City.
* *
Home for the holidays is Gilbert Friedman, who is attending
cptical school in Boston, Mass. Gilbert is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. A. F. Friedman and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
* + *
Vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan of Miami
Beach is Mrs. Selevan's brother, Dan Neal Heller, senior at
Harvard Law School. In addition to having received his B. S.
from the New York University School of Accounting, Mr. Heller
pursued special courses of instruction at both Princeton and
Cornell Universities.
* *
Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein,
1751 James Ave., Miami Beach, that they are the grandparents
of a baby girl, Sharon Ilane Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mort M. Allen, Flushing, L. I.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland announce the birth of their
son, Lewis Mark, whose bris took place Monday, December \
26, at their home, 303 N.W. 108th St. Mel Crane was sandek;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, godparents; and the Rev. Philip
Fried, mohl. Mr. and Mrs. John Feller and Mrs. Mel Crane were
among the guests.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, directors of Camp Osceola for
Boys and Girls, are spending the school holiday in Havana,
Cuba, where they are visiting campers and friends. Included in
the party are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Marciu Putternud
fc. Lippman Wed
:-
Mrs. Edward LippmarJ
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin pj
man of Norwalk. Conn., ann
the marriage of their daJ
Marcia. to Edward Lippman
of Mrs. Rose Lippman of Nj
The couple exchanged vow
November 24 in the chapel i
Park Manor. Brooklyn. N. \
The ceremonv was perfd
bilverman ot Miami Beach. The Silvers will return to their by the Rev. Richard Tucker,
teaching posts in Miami Beach on January 3. known Metropolitan Opera
m w who was assisted bv Canto
mr j ** u aJl I j j i_. ing Rogoff and the Steiner
Mr. ad Mrs. Harry Stitsky and dauqhter, Flora, of New ; Escorted down the aisle
York, are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. mother and fat her. the brid
Morris Stitsky. white satin fashioned
M 4( .v nylon net yoke, fitted bodi
o uu- j a %m w__u_. i i .. eplate'skirt and tain. The
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei and the rabbis brother, and train were ..ppliqued
Nathan Machtey, left Sunday morninq to the attend the funeral white satin rose petals Her
of their mother, Mrs. Minnie Machtei, in Yonkers, N. Y. The 'fingertip-length veil fell f
rabbi is expected in Miami on or about January 5. wh,lp s;""! '
r she earned a niother-of
-*-*-* prayer book with
Holiday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schoffel are white orchids and valley 1;
their son-in-law and dauqhter, Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Borack Mri
and children, Barbara and Marilyn, of Staten Island, N. Y.
* *
The bris of Theodore Saal Jick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Jick, who have just returned horn Israel, took place at the home
of his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Saal of Miami Beach.
Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jick, and their son,
Herschel, of St. Louis came here for the event.
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A son, Stanley Philip, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
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with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. The baby's paternal grancfl1
mother, Mrs. Gussie Person, came here from New York for \hm\
even;. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Namoff
of this city.
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Harold Pont have as houseguests in theii
new home, 2101 S.W. 4th Ave.. Mrs. Pont's mother, Mrs. J.
Zalkin; her sister, Mrs. H. Bebergal and daughter, all of
Charleston.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Englander, 747 West Ave., Miami
Beach will hold their fourth annual open house on Sunday,
January 1, in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Nicki. No
personal invitations have been issued. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Silver of Greensboro, N. C, are visiting
here with their daughter, Faye Jones, who is a student at the
University of Miami. They are guests at the Sans Souci Hotel,
Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berkovitz and children of Brooklyn, N. Y.
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl at their home at 1100 S.W.
23rd Ave. The Brooklynites are also visiting their brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kirschner. On Saturday night Mr.
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Stamford u ie matron of hon
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t y DECEMB ER 23, 1949 ^tiottlieb ,mcs Bride u ilurrav Grauer solemn|** ;,v of Miss Romffi* 0 v-Mcv of Mr. DCV.TGottlieb of %  # v.. t„ Sanford ; %  Mr. and Mrs. Ed*=*, ,, Miami,, on NoP 25 At C ingrcgation Beth in marriage by her %  PV bride wee a gown of .ik lace over nylon tissue. B( French illusion fell coronet of matching ace sh( i ned a bible with .i white orchid and with stephanotis. Her ornament was a strand of -.. „..-. I ridegroom. sister of the st v, (i as maid of r 'ina ballerina-length gown fL 0 a brown She carried a n-haped bouquet of talisman Judith G ittlieb, sister of i bride, was flower girl. She nvhit. %  md.v und carried i. carnations The CpSom's father was best man. Chride's m ither was gowned Hal blue satin and the brideIOSI lilack and fwedding dinner at the Sherry Bter.ac II"'.' • iollowed the mce. After dinner the couple for New Y rk, where the %  plans to continue her trainfat Brooklyn Jewish Hospital „*<' School Mr. Cogen is a inateof New York University I is a teachei there. Richard Sussman To Become Bar Mitzvoh Mr. and Mrs. Ern at R 2138 N.W. 43rd Si Bar Mitzvah of : a,d \ to n^ hokl "" "~ cember 24. at the n. Synagogue. S.W. : tween 26th and 271 f T Jl B; : r Mil/v of the student pati | : Dav.cr He s al Boy Scout Troop 63. The Sussmanns ... at a reception at th bunday from 4 to 7 p.i sonal invitations sued. R ( l,.t %  ., invited to attend. K( lna B. Finberg Hyman Babich Wed PAGE NINE clave Malke Held llhe Golda M( verson Pioneer men's Read ng and Study toup held a Malave Malke on hrriuv evi :. December 17. be home of M s. Rose Brodv. ll S.W. llth Terr. lA ikit entitli d "An Invitation %  Histo: y." p I raying the first Hit Congress held in Basle in I, was | n I. Participating re the Mesdami s Anna Sorin Id. chairman: Ruth Uliss. nar! Icr, D. Kass. Eva Kahn. L. | phkin. S. Quvon. M. Rosengar| M. Seeman and S. Shapoff. jrecording of the Moldau by na was played and a huI 5 skit prved into thei vn at :>i" ,: West B nd :.' t sistt .. Mrs. In tionally known :n the theati world as the Leslie Sisters Mrs. Babich w -als the i rgai and first president I the Louis D. Brandt is Auxiliary 109 : I Free Sons : Isi ..• I here. Grandmothers Meet Tiie T>. mpl( Isi..' I >• %  • n .mothi rs • •• '-••:: Tuesc:.,y ;.: th( Mrs Joesph Camm i T ft< •• • %  w; s '..< voted to t .-:.. -,.nL.and ti V. ng • %  si' r;i s. [ersonally Speaking Sgi. Dcve Goldberger, radio annour.ee: with the A-.e:.:c:: *-orce at Tripoli, Africa, is visiting his parents r.r.cc. cr.c B. Akiba Goidbeiger, and brother, Arthur, 1561 Ler.cx Ave. p.; Beach. •',7 and Mrs. Bernard Neumark oi New York :.:e visiting y. eumar ''s parents, Mr. and Mis. Morris Czr.er., BC7 Bth Miami Beech. Mr. Neumark is a practicing ;ttc::-.ey in -ork. For Service Phone 2-6345 MR RENTALS FOLDING 1Z UR N. CO. J. 1st Ave. Miami Held JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN WELL-KNOWN PIANIST ;%  %  er Tei Temple l~r..\--. sity .: %  Philad Iphia ASXOVSCES ;•;...• is available for : its al his studio. 34 W Flagl< i Street, i • Als th( .onies. -.; %  nti d at :-'„EET\VOOD HOTEL PHONE 78-9707 PALM m UPHOLSTERERS The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Parlici, %  "9 Agency of th. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in, ~* the public that: 0n }>JVleat Markets which have the sign of the OMVH Vaad dis Played are supervised and endorsed by me ft,, Chickens with the ring of the GMVH = ; otheMn'f VISed and endorsed by the Vaad. .. eph F R f o rmat ion about Kashruth call our Directo. .JR.bDi HXHBV Rat kovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone o-d?^^"HY sinvtu .. BAATIM. Sac *eph £ k^l SIRICm: *~ H. SOOTIN, Sec S. LOBEL, Treat. LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M TO 1:30 P.M. Leon Is Back AT 1131 S.W. 27th AVE. WE WISH TO SEE YOU COME ONE COME ALL "WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU AGA1\PHONE 4-9493 Long-time Miami Beach res:>:. 1 and property owner, says: "I have the utmost faith in the futu:> of j Miami Beach and by the sann; I token my confidence in travel is secure with the service rendered by FARR, my travel agent.'' FAItll "Your Tnr-rl A :! >Every Dinner A Banquet OUR FAMOUS Film AY Vl#.lff TRADITIONAL DINNER INCLUDING HORS D'OEUVRES AND WINE LINCOLN MANOR OX THE OCEAN 2 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-4180 FLORIDA'S MOST LUXURIOUS KOSKIFR RESTAURANT UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF IIABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Cong. Beth Jacob IIAIIIII Ml TIB AY GRA1EB Cong. Beth El RABBI SIMON APRIL Miami Hebrew School & Cong. RABBI ISAAC EYER Kneseth Israel Cong. REVEREND S. SAPIR Is the permanent supervisor on the premises Ballroom Accommodation from 50 to 600 FOR EYERY OCCASION LISTEN TO YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR EVERY SUNDAY FROM 1:30 TO 1:45 OVER STATION WINZ Call On Us — Your Affair Will Be "THE TALK OF THE TOWN" I j I t r t v •



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PAGE TWO *Je*ist Hcridliar FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23,1949 • : > '! %  i • i i The Evolution Of The Chanuka Menorah By HAROLD EIDLIN The story of the evolution and development of the Chanuka Menorah, upon which time and geography have acted, make as rich j n folk-lore and as fascinating as the wanderings of 'he children of Israel. Just as has the ancient Talmudic concept of "lighting the louse without" by the Chanuka amp changed, so too has the deign of thilamp itself changed. Today's familiar Menorah with its eight-branched candlesticks. patterned after the traditional Temple Menorah, is a developnent of late Middle Ages Ancient custom forbade the imtation of the seven-branched -andlestick of the Temple. But the Temple and the Holy City of Jerusalem, and thus institute I the "Feast of Chanuka." after the lamps and candles of the Temple were kindled anew. In modern times the Chanuka festival has become a home and family celebration. The Menorah is now lit inside the home. House Menorahs are now almost exhere was no such ban on the' $}&?*&. ?! th f standi n v ?. r !^j Modification of its design—on the ashioning of a lamp with more iranches than the original. Consemently. designers of the Chanuka amp adapted the Temple Menorih for the needs of the eightfay festival, and this has been CCepted since the latter part of he Middle Ages. The earliest Menorahs found in Africa, Western Asia and some • lands of the Mediterranean. vhich date back to the latter part •f the first century, bear the inluences of Moorish art. And s,i t has always been—where the few wandered he absorbed some if his new culture and adapted t to his purposes. Talmudic tradition prescribed hat the house Menorah was to from the doorpost outside. it all pasing by could see it Inly in times of persecution was he Menmali to be lit inside the It, therefore, became necesary to remove the lights from he wooden wall, and so a back vas added to the lamp. Eventually, symbolic drawings n bas and high relief, as well as ascriptionol p ayers, began to ir on the metal backs cif the Kinging Menmahs. Such depieions as palm trees and grape ters, representing the earth ind the fruits of Israel, or the Lion of Judah. or doves and agles next to tin crown of the representing the union of the law with the people, linked he Jews in the Diaspora with 'heir brethren in the Holy Land. In the synagogue, the Chanuka Menorah maintained an erect poition but it too underwent hanges. The tripod, from which he eight candelabra stemmed, in he manner of "The Tree of Life." lecame a round or angular foundition adorned with symbolic livings, reliefs, enamels and Miniatures. Many Menorahs bore he figure of Judas Maccabeus. vho in 165 B.C. drove the Syrian ;:ng Antiochus Ephphaius from HOLIDAY GREETINGS PRICE and PRICE BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES 2239 Coral Way Phone 48-3412 — 48-9773 taking many forms, but always with the row of eight candlesticks. In the synagogue, the Menorah stands majestically on the southern wall, sometimes in front of the Holy Ark as though to guard it for eternitv. In many houses of worship two Menorahs are used, one on either side of the Ark. The use of candles was first introduced in the late 18th century. Until then, oil had been used exclusively. The symbolic, faithful "Shamash." or servant light, which burns every night of the celebration, is attached at the upper right hand portion of the Menorah. The significance of the "Shamash" which kindles each candle in turn, on successive nights, can be traced to the legend of the miracle of the unconsecrated oil which burned for eight days at the rebuilt altar of tiie cleansed Temple in Jerusalem. Interestingly enough. "The Feast of Illumination" was once celebrated by the Shammaites who lit all eight lamps on the first night and reduced the numbii each successive night. But the Hillelites. their antagonists, who represented the progressive school of thinking in first-century Palestine, favored the lighting of the first lamp on the first night, and the kindling of an additional lamp each succesive night In time, the Hillelite conception won out. One of the most beautiful Menorahs ever made was a 15th century Italian Chanuka lamp of marble and bronze. Typically Renaissance, complete with detailed open work, the work of art was decorated with tritons. centaurs and vases. The countless examples of Diasporic Menorahs are rich in the art of their creators' countries. Since there was no prescribed form or material, there are no two Menorahs alike. In the first half of the 18th century, the barooue and rococo style so captured the imaginations of Jewish artists and silversmiths I that the Menorahs of that period I abound in cupids. cherubs, garlands and baskets heaped high 'with fruit in place of the traditional Jewish symbols. Russian Menorahs bore the Russian double eagle, and Menorahs of India prominently featured the elephant. Despite the presence of national symbols, however. Jewish symbols, mostly of a religious nature, always prevailed. Many priceless Menorahs in Europe, which were known of prior to the last war. have since disappeared. presumably desti yed by the Nazis. Born of strife, fashioned through centuries of wandering. the Chanuka Menorah is today a symbol of culture, progress and piety for Jews whevere they may be. To Aid Tree Drive 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. will again dedicate its Sunday program to the Jewish National Fund Drive for trees in honor of Chanuka. A corps of volunteers workers will be on hand to take tree orders and the names of purchasers will be announced over the air. Wellhouse Named Louis Wellhouse. Jr., Tampa civic leader and a vice president of the Tafnpa Jewish Community Center, has been named chairman of the Florida National Jewish Welfare Board's armed services committee, according to an announcement by Gen. Eugene Oberdoil'er. Atlanta, chairman of JWB's armed services program for the Third Army Area. Active in JWB's armed services program in Florida during World War II and until recently chairman of the JWB Tampa armed services committee, Wellhouse will have the responsibility for coordinating the religious and recreational activities of local JWB committees on behalf of Jewish servicemen at four Air Force and 11 Navy installations and at three Veterans Administration Hospitals. Wellhouse is also a member of JWB's National Council Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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piV-flECg"ER 23, 1949 ? s Zionists ro Hear Stone [-. H..n E' ihu D stone ^ r prHdent of the New "J i 7u>nist Region and vice f' •'; ZOA, will be -1 District to '. .: Gables Jew,ter, 320 PalWednesday, Dem., according by Ni rman % %  •' %  IMC wi for s ime years a B jisettsleg| rving in mis P .U pas : resolu res, an I re. Palestine as • IUS putting n rec ird as the n to favor t il er. It was r : .the late [.. | • L dge was F ng about the r us Lodge r< | 1922, favornts "I the n Palestii t< r "iiI ty bi tween the :.. and Great LJj I '..I lor 12 • States A:trict of MassEft h the program t A. Skop ..:!.i tan "f the £ :•-. i will restern IV. C ntly in At%  A %  : I will be eshments ^JS^tf^Uiarj fSSk Sr& T evlw -Published ?RJftL*Sr Nkop U Meeting the unmih!wh..,i u ^' rc Y'_ ew Women on Tuesdav rwotntw oi PAGE-FIVE ^Published book by Mrs -/iT !" Tuesda V December 27. P. "1 Married a R 8 : 3 VP m ^ the Town a d ... la Beach Club. One Lincoln Roa %  %  %  '• B< -';'h. according to • announcement by Mrs. Charl Turk, president. Mrs. Glazi Storch, Saunders Direct The Floridian Commercial Printing founded several review clubs during her anship ,1 the Jewish Community Ri iti :., Council in Phil%  % %  •• %  Apr sent she is cl %  '•• Di fan ation I. itor Council of B'nai B'rith Miami %  %  •" % %  : Sk ip, :the moi Isaiah Ladles Give I'nrfv Far Smnl.-i> School Thi s i, I i %  i Aboul I::' and I Intertainn by Sunday s h Participatii !: i: i; N >•.<-. rj m Kossoff, 1 thai, S : S Harris. Beatrice R Special Lind and Bei %  terhood hosl casion w< re ; Saul Schreiber, sti in, Ben Shan -. N man, Abe Schoi Carol Bernstein an I Berry. In further recogniti i holiday period, tl sistei presented a gift I niali robes to Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual leader of the congregation "as a token of appreciation tor his progressive and inspiring Leadership." Presentation was made by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president of the sisterhood. %  A I York %  ting y Mrs. Gl j ] vice the local art as: : the-first aw ~ man. the quip%  nnnuai Luncheon A • K. n Rhi Alumna,. tion of Great %  .: ... will %  -:• %  iliday 'I lun heon it tl Sherry Front %  %  656i i M B n W %  day. Dec.. %  12 A Utr if-1 i %  |l,,,l. %  | .... m A.E.I k*i a <>i.<>iii l*l"i; Woody %  %  i ta% in %  %  % %  > Great" 1: • %  Yacovin 5h rrj FrQnti nai ented furn ng e < xhibltion. B th El Resei vati — be obtained Is on Thursday, b : H D Ti, at the ,78-1 Mrs. Sam Elinoff at I v i ^Appearing in person at the M Theatre. Miami Beach, for I week beginning December 27 1 be Florence Weiss, who may sen in the stage attraction dbig un Freilich," (Live and Happy) together with Hymie |cobson and Michel Gibson. The Men attraction will be "The pddiihe Father" with Maurice "assberg and Wolf Goldfaden. .LONDON ARMS 3fotel 111 COUINS AVE. W3 DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 Udt •euoaol $„p„ v „, on ,, %  %  f'SBSac • 0 SRAMSON W SUSSMAN PARTY CATERING Labor Zionists Plan Concert A concert will be held Sunday. December 25. at 8 p.m. at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, under the auspices of the Labor Zionist Council of Greater Miami for the benefit of the Habonim (Labor Zionist Youth). Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guest speaker Others on the program will be Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Miss A. Mazor of New York, conceit soprano: strum trio; dance number by the Habonim group; and members of the Yiddish'Art Theatre i I New v Anyuta Melicov is music directoi of the program. Tickets at one d i h may be purchased at Flamingo Park. .. PTA. • %  di ected by Mrs. K mmel. .. iol Staff. Be:; reogra] Participating Ln th e Lefc e, Shi Dolon I !hei n iff, E I : ..' Chernoff, Philip Abrams, S mour Ginsberg. Bernard Weiner, Phylis Pearl, Barbara Pearl. Monroe Alechman. Eunice Cooke.' Michael Solloway, Joseph Zippei, Berle Gamse, Walter Jacobson and Inez Pinchot. The dancing troupe was composed of Lynn Hoffman. Arelene \ Hirsch, Frances Sternshein. Minnie Itzikovitz, Barbara Beiley. i Mickey Berger. Cynthia Goldberg, Judith Lefcoe and Sheila Rachensky. Refreshments were served by a %  PTA committee consisting of Mrs Edward Schwartz. Mrs. Edward, Chernoff and Mrs. Herman Cantor. PTA president. 9.a>itenbe\c}, and tfcHecMeA iiii.i M; IIOII I 1030 15th Street, Miami Beach KOSHER DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FAMOUS FOR DELICIOUS STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Catennfj to All Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs and Functions Dec. Rate $55 Per Week Per" Person American Plan Free Transportation to Beach FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-578S SAME MANAGEMENT AS PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB, GREENFIELD. N. Y. %  i GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hav* your roof repaired now; you will aava on a now roof lattr "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. 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%  r %  • %  -1 tewWEIIoiciidliiaun 122NUMBER 52 Council Asks Israel To ill Transfer Of Capital JTA)—The I incompatible w T ,. : Council lust of paragraph two ol tl Lopteda !• %  ilution, though v .te in its i governbj-rcvok transfer of ,.'.... lem and "to I: in liable to the implementation of tin i solution ol I 594!, •• F. ;: wing the vote [resolution, the Council ad4 until its regular session iHic:ng January 19 in !" J EWISH^UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30, 1943 PRICE: TEN CENTS Miami Mourns Rabbi Zwitman; 1200 Attend Funeral S Over 1200 persons turned out Sunday ervices ipite passage of this strongresolution, the vote lented no victory for the es sitting in the Council Lebanon. A lution was ar ficult the implemi ntal f the statute of .1> i ui]i the Council is entru I "2. Requests thi pn lident ul the Trusteeship Ci un< ;1 invite the g ivernment of submit a written statement on the matters covered bv this res lution, and to revoke these n and .. .1 ... H ;. .vhich : II • I ving !, m behalf of th ; ei .: r DD,s lh. memorial prayer was chanted i mtor Samuel Keleures and to abstain from action liable to hinder the immer and J,; ; nan. presi plementation of the General As,""' ,f ,h congregation, desemblv resolution; (b) tu keen id Lebanon. A, closel Jn (()U ,. h h I phrased lesolunon was are nts ;„ Jerusalem wh ,, ( '.', al b v the joint efforts of | Councj js > '.Belgium and the Philiplor the purpose of getting Mmanimous vote. The Arab amended the proposal with iger Iangu.im.' and the result|?ote on the whole resolution %  gb: seven abstentions, with Eitions in favor. No negative i were cast. lose abstaining were AusChina. Dominican ReSinger Announces Campaign Leaders Confidence that the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will be a resounding success when it is officially launched was expressed livered a eulogy. Burial was in Graceland Memorial Cemeterj undei the direction of Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach. All of the rabbis of Greater Miami and members of Temple Israel's board of directors were honorary pallbearers. Active pallbearers were Dr. Harold Rand, M irton Rusick, Norman Liebling, Herbert Schwarz, Max Orovitz and Adolph Wertheimer. Although he had been gravely ill since his return from service United Slates. Voting in rwere Belgium, France, Iraq, ico and the Philippines. Two ias-l'. S. and the Soviet (—abstained on every paraof the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as he made publictop campaign leadership. In addition to Dan Ruskin. who has been named chairman, offto. the resolution. The text | {icers „ f hl I950 drive are Mjt ireIu.ion ,,s amended by ; chell Wolfson, treasurer; San pib states leads as follows:, Blank. Sam Friedland, Moses Trusteeship Council, con-, Ginsburg, Abe Goodman. Sam at the removal to Jeru-! Katz and Jacob Zisk.nd. honorof certain ministries and a ry vice chairmen. 1 departments of the govi Unit chairmen include Sam m oi Israel, considering Blank, pace setters: Arthur L'n'g nores and is | gar. Sam Friedland. Jack Ablin, initial gifts: Abe Goodman. Herbert Scher, special gifts: Jack Ablin, winter residents; Lei Chaikin. Aaron Kanner. trades: Joseph M. Rose, Harrj Sirkin. hotel; Mrs. Carl Weinkle, women: Mrs. Louis Glasser. metropolitan: Gilbert Rappaport. young adult; Fred Berkowitz. youth. sins Flood >el Coast AVIV. (JTA)—Fifteen nd immigrants living in i reception camps along st near Nathanya are fac|mt*arable conditions owing heavy rains flooding the area aiound the camps, it [disclosed this • grounds have Pep mud. week. The been turned d the dampness is pene-i e p £ I everywhere. rsand fathers can be seen 'heir infants in their gmg t„ keep them dry "ie> themselves are kneei'nd water inside Sam Lachmun, J. Gerald Lewis. I of a rabbi, a Catholic prie I and a Protestant minister. When he entered the service as an Army chaplain in 1941). a testa: in a] dinner was given by communitj leaders in recognition ol his service to Greater Miami and the state. Entering the Army in June. l!)4.i. he served in installations in the United States and the Philippines. At Camp Charles lie was cited by his commanding officer for his influence on the lives of the men in the training center. He employed a jeep to ride a circuit of signal corps training centers in New Jersey. For this work i he received commendation from I the commanding general of the Eastern Signal Corps Center. Transferred to the Pacific area. Rabbi Zwitman served both the Army and the Navy in Manila. Samar Island in Batangas. commuting by plane and jeep. Again he received commendation for his work. Rabbi Zwitman was organizer of a project to rebuild the Maniia synagogue, which had been blown up by the Japs in their flight from the city, as a memorial to American war dead of all faiths. Returning to his post at Temple Israel in June. 1946. the rabbi was given an honorary commission in the Army Reserve by President Truman. He was the first Jewish chaplain in the nation to receive this award. He was also cited by the National Jewish Welfare Board for "his service to American and world Jewry." In February of this year during Brotherhood Week. Rabbi Zwitman was one of three Miamians to receive a citation for "distinguished services in bettering human relations." JERUSALEM, JTA useless to launch a discussion of J^ SfJ^S £&& Israel Knesset after a year of foreign policy until next week. On Michael. He is also survived by meetings in Tel Aviv, resumed the other hand, leaders of the his father. Philip, and a sister, %  Herul and General Zionist parties Thehna, of Jbnu£ and j, brother, they might press for immediate discussion on forForeign Minister Moshe Sharett. eign policy and on Jerusalem. Rabbi Colmati Zwitman H!U /''^ I '! nd ,r U SS ^bv William D. Singer, president f a chaplain fa the South Pacific, 1936. Born in Palestine, he %  >vuu. win in i aicoiintr. IIC l"t?~ me young rabbi had continued ceived his education at New York fits religious and civic activities University. Columbia University and last Mav was named outand the Jewish Institute of Rescinding citizen ol Jfedfe County j hgion. where he was a favorite of tor 1948. The citation was made the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. for "promoting the welfare of all In 1940 he became affiliated X ?\_. ~ • l with tne Miami Round Table of Kabbi Zwitman. 39 years old. the National Conference of Chrisiias served Temple Israel since tians and Jews radio forum, comKnesset Sessions Reopen In Jerusalem Also on the campaign executive paration for a general debate on ommittee, which includes offoreign po icy especially in conninwaJinat icers and unit chairmen, are' nection with the Jerusalemi issue, an immedia Nathan of New York City. while separate motions of censure lutelv ,'" ' '(sided. P**. reports 'is in one family torren house led "; h en the Torrential collapsed a 'say that in from the on the Jerusalem issue. Mr. Sharett reported on Wednesday to the foreign affairs committee of the Knesset. Leaders of the coalition indicated, meanwhile, that it was '"any settlements P"thern desert have been %  •••suit of the rains. 1 e? laden with *.ncv and %  %  medicines have been %  %  fiS? p oinls T he re %  I gties, tot settlers re1 Arrnv""^" 1 ^ were senl I,but J. u, s and civilian kecau* ,'L com P e ed to reStrtni s 1J a11 va "eys deep st?" ^ ,med '"to swift % breams and were *n*as L... apai V( ?uth group J 20 k I" 8 ,heN ^ev was whJn,T elers south f en th e>r truck broke Ansin, R. Williams Apte. Joseph Arkin, Leonard Barr. S. I. Bernbaum. Shepard Broad. Ben Danbaum, Mrs. Ben Danbaum. Leo Eisenstein, Leon Ell. Joseph Fenias, Irving Frankel. Dr. S. Frehling. Sam Friedland, Joseph Gardner, Ben Giller. Mrs. Abe Goodman, Dr. M. Goodman. Emil Gould, Abe Halperin. Benjamin Kane, Howard Kane. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Alex Kogan. Ralph Lackman, Sam C. Levenson David Levenson, Mrs. J. G. Lewis. Marcie Liberman. Joseph Lipton. Sam Luby. Dr. Louis Lytton. Sam Magid, Maury Mason, Baron di Hirsch Meyer. Ben Meyers. I g re g u tiun by Mr. and Mrs. SoloMintzer. Joseph Morris. Mrs mon Steiner from the Sterner Stanley C. Myers, Dr. Harold home at 829 Espanola Way to the Rand, Matilda Ratner. Joseph synagogue ai 1415 Euclid Ave. Richter. Sam Rest, Seymoui Sunday at 4 p.m. Rubin. Lawrence Sapero. Monte Raobi Isaac II Ever, spiritual Selig, Mrs. Monte Selig. Hairy i ea der, delivered the dedication Simonhoff. Milton Sirkin. Carl sermon and Cantoi Berele KeleSuaskind, Harold Turk. Alex Van mer rende liturgical Straaten, Leonard Wuri. Dr.|musical program. was quoted as announcing he would formally demand the resignation of Mr. Sharett.) The General Zionists have also .~>0-n December m .'at the social hall with permitted them to take only it./; nd ; n[ Many dignitaries, stricted quantities of personal be • „..., _„ longings. Israel Barzilai. Israel Minister to Poland, arrived here ^ ^^ for h ponsultations^on problem. ^'^udj Foundation Funded ,the Jevvish arising out of from Poland oJ^Isr^l'-bounS state an d, federal loaders, inc department, declared recently. He said that 150 agricultural settlements would be founded in the current Jewish year, at a cost of 28 million pounds ($78,000,000). Of this sum. the government would contribute 6,000.080 pounds he said, and the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Fund 1 .. f %  i


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HUDAY; DECEMBg,
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EDITORIAL
Rabbi Zwitman
^Word spread fast last FridayRabbi Zwitman
died. A depressed feeling possessed everyone
as they were informed. And with this feeling was
mingled the solace in knowing that this leader's
suffering had at long last come to an end. For
those that knew himand they were many-
knew the sufferinqs that Colman Zwitman had
endured. Sufferings that beqan when he entered
the chaplaincy and left behind a brilliant career
and a promising future. He left behind his family,
pulpit, friends, the comfort? of home and civiliza-
tion. The story is well known of his service to his
country and his fellow-man, a service that left
a scar from which he never recovered. Mental
anguish, physical sufferings and the pangs of
desperation were his lot. He wasted away
physicallybut not mentallynot in spiritfor
until the very end he was active in the service of
his God and his people.
Miami mourns the passing of Rabbi Colman
Zwitman. His death comes as no sudden shock.
HL friends, his flock, his colleagues were aware
that only a miracle could prolong his years.
Colman Zwitman himself knew that he was fast
approaching the great journey. Yet his will to
live, his indomitable courage, carried him on
day to day, week to week, month to month. Many
was the time that word would come that Colman
had a setback; that the end was nearand the
very next day Rabbi Zwitman was officiating at
a wedding, a funeral, a bar mitzvah. He seemed
to live from one Friday night service to the next,
with en irresistable movinq force providing the
energy, the fortitude, the couraqe to carry on.
And as so many have commented, that will to
live was reflected constantly in the life of ihe
man we mourn. His every move, his daily living,
hir every manifestation, was the very portrayal of
life itseh. Vibrant and effervescent, stimulating
and invigorating, his very beinq beamed with a
desire to progress.
Never content to sit, never satisfied with just
the good always striving to improve to do
bigger and better things.
Everyone that knew him knew him well. He was
sun,
THE DOOR SHE MUST ENTER
easy to know; he was friendly, jovialhe was
"regular."
Hundreds came to pay their last respects.
Hundreds more join his family in their bereave-
ment. Consolation for them can come only in
knowing that his brief span of life carried in it
far mere accomplishment than just men who
l'ved twice his years and more.
He made his mark in our world
Rabbi Zwitman's determination to carry on
even in the face of death itself is an example for
ur to follow. Surely we can devote just a small
Valvilivlory
(Recited at funeral services for
Rabbi Colman Zwitman)
Lay me low, my work is done,
I am weary. Lay me low,
Where the wild flowers woo the
Where the balmy breezes blew
Where the butterfly takes wing,'
Where the aspens, drooping,'crow
Where the younq birds chirp and sir
I am weary, let me go.
I have striven hard and long
In the world's unequal fight.
Always to resist the wrong,
Always to maintain the right.
Always with a stubborn heart,
Taking, giving, blow for blow;
Brother, I have played my part,
And am weary, let me go.
Other chance when I am gone
May restore the battle-call.
Bravely lead the aood cause on
Fighting in the which I fall.
When cur work is done, 'tis best,
Brother, best that we should go
I am weary, let me rest,
I am weary, lay me low.
measure of our time and resources to ss_
our community and our fellow-men. Thankl
curs is yet that opportunity.
Miami mourns the loss of Rabbi
Zwitman. It shall miss his charm and his wa
Miami will remember him.
It is not ours to question why but to dd
die.
The editor of The Jewish Floridian desirj
express publicly a word of pnu.se to Jules Per,
president of Temple Israel, for his oiitstanj
eulogy delivered at serr ime
Colman Zwitman last Sunday. I', was a painful1
brilliantly accomplished.
WVn, Will Air
AIM. Program
Saturday Kve
"The Cai >1 na Kid." starring
Canad Lee, will be broadcast as
the latest epis ide in the "Lest We
Forget The American Dream"
Sat ii day, December 31,
5 p m over i adio station
WVCG. Coral Gables.
P ticipants in the fifteen-
live pane] discussion to
follow immediately, will be Her-
I L. Blume. Miami attorney,
who v/ill serve as moderator;
David B. Simmons, dean of buys.
Dorsey High School; Chaplain
James A. B iston, Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital, Coral
Gables; and Edgar Miller. Coral
1 I les civic leader.
"The Carolina Kid," p irtrays
thi tragic tale of a box.-, who
had to battle all of society for
the right to be .> si ientist Canada
Lee is featured in the tense role
of a brilliant lad who was forced
by an indifferent society to give
up mathematics for the ring.
This drama also features Juan-
lta Hill, noted actress and Konny
Liss, well-known child actor. It
was produced for radio by the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion in cooperation with the Anti-
Detamation League of B'nai
B'lith.
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by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E.
Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. En-
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1930, at the Post Office of Miami.
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The Jewish Floridian has absorbed
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Phandlse) advert iM.-d In Its columns
Daughters Oi Israel
To Meet January 2
Next meeting of the Daughters
of Israel will be held on January
2. according to Mrs. Blanche
Sehechter, president, who an-
nounces that the place of meeting ,
ma\ be obtained by calling
5-5785.
All young women who arc in-I
ti tested in traditional feminine
purity are asked to call this num-
ber for further information about
the group, which maintains a
ntualarium at 151 Michigan Ave..;
Miami Beach,
Miami llalassali
To Meet Jan. *>
Next meeting of the Miami
Group of Hadassah will be held
at Burdine's Auditorium on Mon-
day. January 9. at 1 p.m. A pro-
gram of musical entertainment is
being arranged, and a gues;
speaker will be featured, accord-
ing to Mrs. Morris Drapkin. pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Ernest
Chcrnoff will Bive a short talk
on American Affairs.
Mrs. Lionel Silwrman. first
vice president, will preside at the
meeting in the absence of presi-
dent. Mrs. Jasper Cromer. who is
attending the Southeastern re-
gional conference of Hadassah in
Savannah. Ga.
Plans are now being completed
for the annual donor luncheon t
be held on Tuesday. January 17.
atv12 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lin-
coln Manor. Mrs. Abraham Tulin
national treasurer of Hadassah
and one of Hadassah"s delegates
to the Zionist Congress in Basle.
Switzerland in 1946. will be
speaker of the day. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs. Hy
Bernstein, reservations chairman
at 83-3230.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1343
TEVETH 10, 5710
Pomerantz Is Manager
Leon Pomerantz. of the famous
catering family, has been placed
in charge of the newly-decorated
dining room of the Ritz Plaza, it
was announced bv Saul A. Cohen,
managing director of the hotel.
"We are very proud to have
Mr. Pomerantz as our catering
manager." said Mr. Cohen, at a
luncheon for Leon. "He has been
associated with some of the finest
restaurants in New York City."
The Ritz Plaza* dining room
opened officially for the season
Friday. December 23.
Student* Will
Participate In
OiM'ti Sliabbat
Three college students who are
home for the holidays will con-
duct a panel discussion on "Jew-
ish Life on the Campus" on Fri-
day night at the Temple Beth
She! im Oneg Shabbat following
services.
Participants will be Alan
Wps'in of Harvard Law School.
Herbert Krcnsky of the Uni-
versity of Florida and Gloria
Shapiro of the University of
Syracuse.
Questions which will be dis-
cussed include: Shall Jewish
youth participate in progressive
movements? Are Jewish youths
too clannish? What is their atti-
tude toward religion and tradi-
tion?
Shalomo Shawmut of the Uni-
versity of Miami will lead the
group in community singing.
Ilearli Comber Is
Nosed Out At
West Flakier
World Champion Beach Comber
! met defeat in his 1949-50 debut
at West Flagler Kennel Club.
While 7.362 wild eyed fans
looked on, Don Marsh'"s gallant
Rural Rube offspring. Dolphin.
a darkhorse in the Inaugural
Stake, came dashing home to vie
i tory in one of the most thrillin
finishes witnessed in many a da-
on an American dog track. Bead
Comber broke the box on top bu
.elinquished the lead to the fly
ng Dolphin and Real Huntsmai
at the one-eighth pole.
The race was run in near world
record time. Dolphin was clocked
Obituaries
MRS. MINNIE DRAZIN
M, IMMMd away Sunday at her home
it in B.W I'll, St Survivor* In. hide
her huxliaml. Ilarii.it: two sons, i:,t-
warrt Diaxin and Clement Qpateln;
two dauchtera, ";,> Draaln, Miami
and Mrs. Jean Kaufman, Miami iicac-h
Interment took place in mi Nebo
* Vmeten
Cantor To Sing At i
Kneseth Israel
Cantor Samuel Bernstein of
New York City will be guest
cantor at Friday evening service.
Late Oneg Shabbat forum and
Saturday morning services ai
Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, ac-
cording to Rabbi Isaac H. Ev.r.
spiritual leader of the congrega- I
tion.
Friday night's forum will be the
first of a series which Rabbi Ever
announces will include many out-
standing personalities as guest I
speakers. After each forum re- !
Ireshments will be served in the j
Social hall of the synagogue.
On Monday. January 2. at t^r
p.m. the congregation1 w.ll elect
the final slate of officers for the
year. | ;
Home For Aged *
Meeting Slated
The annual membership meet-
ing of the Jewish Home for the
Aged will be held on Tuesday.
January 10. at 8 p.m. at Kneseth
Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid
Ave.. Miami Beach. Harold B.
Spaet, president, has announced.
The nomination committee has
recommended the following in-
dividuals for election to a three
year term of office on the board
>f directors: Jacob Chaves. Ed-
vard Cowen, Maurice J. Kopelo-
.vitz, Abe Kurman, Harry Levine.
Polly Lux, Benjamin Meyers,
Morris Nash. David Phillips.
Harold Shapiro, Benjamin Sherry,
loseph Socolof. Nat Teller, Gus
Trau. and Dr. Joseph M. Weid-
berg.
Elections will take place at this
meeting. Members must be paid
through 1949 to be permitted to
vote.
MRS ANNE GOLDEN
"f 11 IS Harrlm.n St Hollywood
paaaed away Sunday. SurvlvliiK are
her husband, Louis: ran, Hamuel;
laiiKhterx. Mrs. Cyrella Cote and Mrs,
Harriet Harris: anil two brothers,
.lark anil Sam Levine. Mrs. Col.len
,"'" an active member nf the Holly-
;wood Jewish Community 'enter. She
|*" at<> peat preBMent of the Hollv-
|j Two I oseas To
Appear Here
Two Toscas will be heard b>
Wal audiences in the Oper.'i
Guild of Miami's presentations of
Puccini's "Tosca" in Miami High
School auditorium.
They are Stella Roman. Met-
ropolitan Or-sra Comnany's lead-
ing soprano, who will sing on
J-nu-rv 14 and 16 and Sarr
'" < ItHIK
"Vorth Shore
lv roup To I ust.
The North Sn, .re Jewish!
will install I '. pern
panel '. nlfi nd direct]
an affair I d at a
hotel on Sun laj i veninfj
uary 8.
In conjunction with the i|
ation. there -'ill be a sign!
the chapter of the newly t{
synagogue.
This affair is undi thl I
tion of a special installation!
mittee. consisting of Chairni
J. Kaplan. Jei ry Su I
Pritt, Louis Goodman. Leo I
man and Lester Lasky.
Other committees appoints
the new president. Melvin 1
are Jerry Sussman, dial
Samuel J. Jafee and
Stern, co-chairmen, budge.
mittee; Sam Salloway, cha:|
Aaron Goldman and Bern
co-chairmen, ways and r
committee: Isadore uoii
chairman. E: nest Snyaea
Harry Tesslcr. CO-CMS
membership committee:
Altman. chairman, Leo
and Sam Feldman, m-chaj
publicity: Leo Stcinman.
man. A. J. Kaplan and
Goodman, co-chairmen, pi.
Samuel J. Jaffee. cheM
Salloway and Ben (
chairmen, gifts and mi
Jack Pritt. chairman.
Dollinger and Max Eisenste]
chairmen, welfare and now
ty: Frank Schneider. ena
Morris Fenstcn and Ed Oow
co-chairmen, telephone, j
Dollinger. chairman MWj
stein and Aaron Goldma.
chairmen, schools ana
Lester Lasky. chainnaM
Kaplan and ItaJM
men. charter and D) -la*- }
Pritzert, chairman. i- ..
Stern and Dr Leon ShJS
co-chairmen, youth
Abe Weintrauh. chgJ^L
Goldman and Gu Barg.
and cemetery
S'.eJ
,n January 18 and 21. Dr. J
a F.i.ppi. sudd tajja
jorts that manv music ]
buying tickets forJg "J
tear the interpretations
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AYi DECEMBER_30.
1949
CuM Off total,
t '/jmiii founder of the
i^ Beach Tenants
r Z was recently ap-
E! cecretaiy-treasurer and
Re director of the Miami
E Housing
ur 01 vc ""'"
Authority, died
( Slttack Monday 'at his
K: ftnola Way, Miam.
i at the age of o6.
to this area from West
n 193'' Mr- Goodman
iJair the operation of his
*1 nnine business to his wife
'* war so that he might
| full tune to help find
\
Max Goodman
Ling for the families of service
i stationed here.
from this work grew the Miami
Kh Tenants League in 1944.
, organization was incorpor-
j in 1947 as the Miami-Miami
jch Tenants League. Through
Mr. Goodman continued to
bs the low income tenant.
It.Goodman, who was himself
Itenant. had to fight eviction
ions on two occasions.
i played a major role in the
uccessful fight against decon-
I of rents in Miami-Beach and
|the more successful effort to
nrent enactment of a statewide
sntrol bill in 1949.
teamed with Miami Beach
icilman Burnett Roth to es-
fiish a housing authority at the
Kh to sponsor low-cost hous-
Iproject and at the time of his
feh had been working on plans
)obtain federal funds for this
iirnving are his wife. Hazel;
laughter, Josephine of Wash-
n: three brothers. Julius of
istianson. W. Va.. Nathan of
pisville. Ky. and Jerome of
(timore: two sisters, Mrs. Louis
er. Baltimore, and Mrs.
Wes Efroymson, Indianapolis.
Imemonal service was held
lesday afternoon at River-
I Funeral Home Chapel in Mi-
i Beach with burial in Mt.
BCemetery.
For Service
Phone 2-6345
WIH RENTALS
FOLDING
[HJRN. CO.
N.E. 1st Ave.
Miami
Medical Program To Be
Aired Sunday Evening
The Dade County Medical A I
sociation announci
in a regular weekly
health programs over |
WTTT on Sunday. Jam,
from 6 to 6:30 p.m Subjei I
discussion in this w .
will be: "Backache."
Participants will be Dr. Ar-
thur H. weiland, orth ipedist; D
Franklin J. Evans, general pi u | -
tioner, and Dr. Francis W Glenn
orthodepist.
loo Gottesiiian
In >1m in Spirit
In Film I omp.-iiiY
Joe Gottesman. son of Alfred
Gottfsman of this city, is the
moving spirit in the newly or-
ganized Shenandoah Pictures.
Gottesman. a writei u
ated in the production of
Live a Little "
The new company will produce
an unusual outdoor feature
"Proud River." which will ri
the story of the first i
of the Colorado River thi
the floor of the G and C
which took place in 1865 P -
duction will begin in February
and the helicopter will plaj a
major-role ta the shooting
film.
The picture will be made in co-
operation with the Park Di ;
ment. and the helicopters will be
used, if feasible, to reach the
bottom of the (anyon and thus
speed filming
Plaque To Honor
Miss IJghtman
A memorial plaque honoring
Miss Dorothy Lightmarr. who
pased away recently in Lynn.
Mass.. will be dedicated at the
National Children's Cardiac Home
here, where she was a teacher
for five years, by the Miami
Chapter of the International
Council fo.- Exceptional Children.
Miss Lightman, who was a resi-
dent of Miami Beach for fourteen '
years, was active in youth welfare ,
work and served as a Sunday j
School teacher at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
In addition, she worked with
young people at the Miami i
YMHA. She was a member of i
Hadassah.
A native of Lowell. Mass.. she
was graduated from Lowell State
Teachers College and later from
Emerson College in Buston.
Surviving is a sister. Mrs.
Harold Gordon, of Lynn.
Boys' Choir To Sing
The Hebrew Academy Boys'
! Choir will appear at the Jewish
Home for the Aged on Sunday.
, January 1, at 2:30 p.m., according
to an announcement by Leo
Steinman and Joseph W. Malek.
! co-chairmen of the bi-monthiy
programs.
"The performance will give the
.old people an opportunity to see
how the younger generation is
; preserving the Jewish heritage,
i Steinman said.
Sterling Heads
Beth David

rth
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..!
Budapest Quartet
Will Play Here
I people take it for granted
the Budapest String Quartet
which will play here on Thurs-
nd Friday, January d and 6.
at 3:30 p.m. at Miami High School
auditorium, consists of Hungarian
musicians. In fact, so persistent I
is this notion that frequently some
Hungarian enthusiast addresses
them in their "native" tongue
which they acknowledge with
shaking_ heads. For thev are Rus-
sians. None oi them comes from
Budapest. Onlv one of the four
has ever visited the old city.
Joseph Roisman, the "first
violinist, hails from Odessa, as
Boris Krovt, the viola player.
n :ellist, Mischa Schneid-
from Vilnaand the new
ntl violinist who recentlv
joined the ranksJac Gorodetstcy
is also a native of Odessa.
All over the world the Buda-
pesters are hailed as the super-
lative interpreters of chamber
music. Their American debut oc-
curred in 1930, and each succes-
sive season has increased then
popularity and the demand for
their services.
Included on their first evening'-.
I program will be selections by
Mozart, Debussy and Beethoven.
I On the following evening they
will play works by Beethoven,
Bartok and Brahms.
Tickets may be purchased at
I University of Miami Symphony
office, main campus, administra-
tion building, room 204. phone
48-5812: University of Miami
ticket office. 340 S.E. 1st St..
phone 3-2317: Amidon's. 220 Al-
hambra Circle. Coral Gables: Mi-
am* Reach Radio Co.. 1219 Lin-
coln Road.
Bernard S
Frank A. R
Harry Si treas-
i
: di-
-.
andi r, i. Bandel, I
Brown. Alex Cohen, Samuel
Dickson, Hai ry G n i in, Ha \
He: ma:,. Al K :
Laufer, Harry Markowitz, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Al Quad: iw. Ed-
ward Safe:. Herbert Si hei
Phillip Segall, Jacob She:. S. J.
Spec.-. Alex Steibel, Samuel
Traung and Samuel Weissel.
The congregation will meet at
the new synagogue. S.W. 3rd Ave..
between 26th and 27th Road.-, on
Wednesday. January 4. at 8:30
p.m.
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%  JBCnMMBWBIPMWiMPMBMM SHBBD| as DE CEMBER 23, 1949 Units Plan jChanuka Quiz Box Year's Eve Ball i L.1I ...ill Ho J ZtH^fhridiar k lav's eve ball will be jkvShulem Lodge of ^ and its Women's on Saturday. December C at the Wofford Ho,P Collms Ave., Miam. m announced by Mrs. EL and John KronenEfirtsof th. two Bnai fens of entertainment Vme has been planned Pil'l be favors for the fi. r; Milt


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f DECEMBER 30, 1949 Ltf leaders I'. Rah.nowitz w was inflabnioirit%  being one of •orshipful master of J*"!? !" Masonic Lodge No. I*?'*X M ^ Tuesday. DeL cember 27, at 8 p. m. at the American Legion Hall. Miami | Beach. Rabinowitz is 32nd egree Mason, a member of the Miami Scottish Rites consistory and a .member of the %  Mahi Shrine Temple. Besides the most active r all of these groups, he ,es an intense interest in numerous other civic and welfare Irwips in Miami Beach. "others installed at the cerelimnv were Raymond E. Feiner. & warden: Herman RMechItaritz. junior warden; Nathaniel In Kirsch. treasurer: Henry M. %  Watzkin. secretary; Paul L. I Greene chaplain: Sidney Teller. |uor deacon: Herbert Gutman. I junior steward: Maurice de H. I Collegeman. honorary marshal: IAloe:: M. Lehrman. marshal: ISimuel W. Sapiro, assistant marhhii. Sol S. Goldstrom. tyler: Joel %  P. Nev st assistant tyler: I Henry Steig, second assistant I Installing officers were Rt. W. Br>wn. F.G.M.: W. L. Earl Curry. I put potentate Mahi Shrine. P. M. jarr.es Carnell Lodge: Bro. Sam Parse: seni warden of Southwest Lodge. Hebrew School To Hoar Wwiiian Myron Newman, first president of the Miami Hebrew School. who is visiting here from Chicago. will be guest of honor at a meeting of the congregation on Wednesday. January 4. at 8 p.m. at (the school building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to Jack I Stone, president 1? a Bold %  student and first lieutenant of corps. Roy, a sophomore, is corn of the corps and a report. | the Legionnaire. Music Class Conducted At Miami Beach Y Music lovers are invited I tend the music appreciation class conducted every Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Beach Y. Judge Kenneth Oka will preside at the meeting on Tuesday, Jan:;, Margaret Chasan is director and Joe Mom,, =~-J!^ !" !L Thridiar AH PAGE FI1TEBN* ""p7r" y^ 1 ^ K*^UQTota^ i Warmbrandt To Speak i aras. In formal i > Booklets Whv Gl ,w oid win be the s publi iti :. • %  ble • u office of David lien, 420 Lincoln Road on Thursday, December 29. i p.m. The agenda included topic of the lecture on Saturday.. December 31. at 3:30 p.m. at the, Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 124 11th inSt Miami Beach. Guest speaker *volving scholarships, subsidizing wi be Dl Max Warmbrandt. ^. s ?'"! ation and ( '': itical prob-|noled author and lecturer on question period will %  -• %  • K.III. me agenaa mcii ^nportant matters „ %  pohcy ing t the Bureau I [P ? aci A* several of'the Jewish' healfii. Ell To Speak Leon J. Ell. chairm in of the Jewish National Fund of Greatei Miami, will be giii t speak the Birnbaum Jewish Hour Sunday. January l. from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. over station WMBM, according to Joseph Birnbaum. director. Hyman Birnbaum will prea n1 a skit and Cant ir s. Kelemer will be in charge of the musical portion of the proj (p.-ilili's Oilier Plans llanre Coral Gables Jewish Center and Sisterhood will hold their first New Year's Eve party at the center, 320 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, A turkey supper with all the trimmings will be served and Joe Leslie and his orchestra will play for dancing. Mrs. William Glick heads the committee in charge of arrangements. Assisting her are the Mesdames Louis Tanner. Al Finkelstein. Sam Schulfand. Abe Harris, Ed Harelick. Murray Lazarus and Irving Gerstenfeld. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Glick. schools. Max Meisef presided! progl TJWV Auxiliary Schedules Games Party At Pratt Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 '•ill hold a games partv for the patients at Pratt General Hos• Pital. Coral Gables, on Wednesday, January 4. at 7:30 p.m. ition befrizes, entertainment and reeen parent ai for the ei ization ol bjectives intelligent Jewish ed tzmai : : : ngster incl II Jewish •• Thi rigstei %  ..:; .'•' : % %  '•,' s tions of the 1 %  : tied pi : %  e used %  : I be published thi : Philadelphia Council on J Edu follow the address. riments are on the agenda. The auxiliary will hold a simiirty on the first Wednesday I %  very month in 1950. NEW LOCATION SAME PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP 1234 N.E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-8997 CENTRALLY LOCATED 8 one bedroom apartments, practically new, fully occupied. Completely furnished. Income better than SI 1.000 per year. Cash required S25.000. balance arranged on long ierm morigage. FEUER & EISENSTEIN, Realtors "PERSONALIZED SERVICE" W. I. FEUER 235 Lincoln Road LEO EISENSTEIN Telephone 58-8665 in p • sjj( gned 1 thi ; lasses at the J A sj the ( xutive ttei the Bu Jew • Edu • n I Board To Meet The board of directors of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its regular meeting on Tuesdav. Januarv 3, at 1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. 4391 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Sol Silverman. chairman of the board, urges all members to attend. AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. Second Ave. We Have Sot Moved—And Are Not Associated With Any Other Concern Drire In For Sales & Service Auto Locks & Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers & Washers Safety Sheet & Plate Auto Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors. Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. 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i AYi D ECEMBER_30. 1949 CuM Off total, t '/jmiii founder of the i^ Beach Tenants r Z was recently apE! cecretaiy-treasurer and Re director of the Miami E Housing ur 01 vc %  "'" Authority, died ( Slttack Monday 'at his K: ftnola Way, Miam. i at the age of o6. • „ to this area from West • n 193'' Mr Goodman iJ a „i r the operation of his *1 nnine business to his wife '*£ war so that he might | £ full tune to help find \ Max Goodman Ling for the families of service i stationed here. from this work grew the Miami Kh Tenants League in 1944. organization was incorporj in 1947 as the Miami-Miami jch Tenants League. Through Mr. Goodman continued to bs the low income tenant. It.Goodman, who was himself Itenant. had to fight eviction ions on two occasions. i played a major role in the uccessful fight against deconI of rents in Miami-Beach and |the more successful effort to nrent enactment of a statewide sntrol bill in 1949. teamed with Miami Beach icilman Burnett Roth to esfiish a housing authority at the Kh to sponsor low-cost housIproject and at the time of his feh had been working on plans )obtain federal funds for this iirnving are his wife. Hazel; laughter, Josephine of Washn: three brothers. Julius of istianson. W. Va.. Nathan of pisville. Ky. and Jerome of (timore: two sisters, Mrs. Louis er. Baltimore, and Mrs. Wes Efroymson, Indianapolis. Imemonal service was held lesday afternoon at RiverI Funeral Home Chapel in Mii Beach with burial in Mt. BCemetery. For Service Phone 2-6345 WIH RENTALS FOLDING [HJRN. CO. N.E. 1st Ave. Miami Medical Program To Be Aired Sunday Evening The Dade County Medical A I sociation announci in a regular weekly health programs over • | WTTT on Sunday. Jam, from 6 to 6:30 p.m Subjei I discussion in this w will be: "Backache." Participants will be Dr. Arthur H. weiland, orth ipedist; D Franklin J. Evans, general pi u | tioner, and Dr. Francis W Glenn orthodepist. •loo Gottesiiian IN >1M in Spirit In Film I omp.-iiiY Joe Gottesman. son of Alfred Gottfsman of this city, is the moving spirit in the newly organized Shenandoah Pictures. Gottesman. a writei u ated in the production of Live a Little The new company will produce an unusual outdoor feature "Proud River." which will ri the story of the first i of the Colorado River thi the floor of the G and C which took place in 1865 P duction will begin in February and the helicopter will plaj a major-role ta the shooting film. The picture will be made in cooperation with the Park Di ; ment. and the helicopters will be used, if feasible, to reach the bottom of the (anyon and thus speed filming Plaque To Honor Miss IJghtman A memorial plaque honoring Miss Dorothy Lightmarr. who pased away recently in Lynn. Mass.. will be dedicated at the National Children's Cardiac Home here, where she was a teacher for five years, by the Miami Chapter of the International Council fo.Exceptional Children. Miss Lightman, who was a resident of Miami Beach for fourteen years, was active in youth welfare work and served as a Sunday j School teacher at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. In addition, she worked with young people at the Miami i YMHA. She was a member of i Hadassah. A native of Lowell. Mass.. she was graduated from Lowell State Teachers College and later from Emerson College in Buston. Surviving is a sister. Mrs. Harold Gordon, of Lynn. Boys' Choir To Sing The Hebrew Academy Boys' Choir will appear at the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. January 1, at 2:30 p.m., according • to an announcement by Leo Steinman and Joseph W. Malek. co-chairmen of the bi-monthiy programs. "The performance will give the .old people an opportunity to see how the younger generation is ; preserving the Jewish heritage, i Steinman said. Sterling Heads Beth David %  • rth 1 PAGE SEVEN ..! Budapest Quartet Will Play Here I people take it for granted the Budapest String Quartet which will play here on Thursnd Friday, January D and 6. at 3:30 p.m. at Miami High School auditorium, consists of Hungarian musicians. In fact, so persistent I is this notion that frequently some Hungarian enthusiast addresses them in their "native" tongue which they acknowledge with shaking_ heads. For thev are Russians. None oi them comes from Budapest. Onlv one of the four has ever visited the old city. Joseph Roisman, the "first violinist, hails from Odessa, as Boris Krovt, the viola player. n :ellist, Mischa Schneidfrom Vilna—and the new %  ntl violinist who recentlv joined the ranks—Jac Gorodetstcy —is also a native of Odessa. All over the world the Budapesters are hailed as the superlative interpreters of chamber music. Their American debut occurred in 1930, and each successive season has increased then popularity and the demand for their services. Included on their first evening'-. I program will be selections by Mozart, Debussy and Beethoven. I On the following evening they will play works by Beethoven, Bartok and Brahms. Tickets may be purchased at I University of Miami Symphony office, main campus, administration building, room 204. phone 48-5812: University of Miami ticket office. 340 S.E. 1st St.. phone 3-2317: Amidon's. 220 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables: Miam* Reach Radio Co.. 1219 Lincoln Road. Bernard S Frank A. R Harry Si treasi : di-. andi r, i. Bandel, I Brown. 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PAGE FOURTEEN %  \ -** \.ii %  •I • • )• : %  If Center To Offer M UNM* i "ourw Miss Ida Solomon will be the instructor in a course entitled "Background for Music" to be given to youngsters at the Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., starting Monday afternoon, January 9. This course of study will be given for a three month period and will consist of two classes, one for children eight to ten years and another for children 11 to 12 years, which will meet from 4 to 5 p.m., Mondays ana Thursdays. The children in these groups will be taught piano, theory, transposition and writing of music. Fee for the course will be two dollars for eight lessons to members and four dollars to nonmembers. Each of the two classes will be limited to a registration of 10 pupils and registration may be made any afternoon at the center. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY FRIDAY. DErPMnm Golden Agers Resume Afternoon Forums The Miami Jewish Community Center's Golden Age Friendship Club will resume its Tuesday afternoon forums on January 3, at 2 p.m. at the center. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. according to Samuel Rothstein. chairman of the group, who has returned to preside over the club's functions. A guest speaker will be present at the meeting and refreshments will be served. All Golden Age Club members and friends are invited to attend. 400 Attend Chanuka Fete Over 4()() persons attended the first social affair of the newly organized Sisterhood of the Northside Jewish Center a Chanuka party, held on December 18. Marty Weiss was master oi ceremonies. The sisterhood will hold its next meeting on Thursday, December 29. at H p.m. at the Salvation Army Hall, 6701 N.W. 4th Ct. A special nominating committee will be elected at this, meeting. S. JT. !• r eedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT.. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebr.w Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C'ISD -ir.e Telephone 5-9017 Northside Jewish Center, 1331 N.W. First Ct. Sunday school classes every Sunday at the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 855 N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Kev. Philip FVIed at 6701 N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 Co •> p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave. Miami Beech. Rabbi Joseph E. RackOTskv. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morningservices at 8:30. During the morning service Rabbi Kackovsky will preach on the Portion of the Week. On Saturday at 4 p.m. The ubbl will speak. Mlncha at 4:30 P.m. followed by Shalosh Seudos and Maarlv. Morning service-' dally at 7:3-> am followed by class in Mlshna. Evening services dally at 5:15 followed by class in Laws and Customs. Maarlv follows. Class.! will be conducted bv Rabbi Rackovsky. Hebrew Academy, 911 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at r, p.m.; Saturday morning at S a.m. Sol IA Sugarman. principal, will deliver a sermon on "Joseph Meets His Brothers.*' Classes in Mlshna at 5.16 p.in Mlncha at .", p.m. followeil b) Bhalos Seudos. Dally service at 7:30 p-.m and 5:1S p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at : %  a.m. liar Mltsvah of Qllbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lehr Mlshna class at 4:S0 followed by Mlncha and .Maarlv services. Bar M Its van services Bunday morning at 8:30 followed by a liar Mltsvan breakfast. Sunday school at l" a.in Hebrew school dally 4:15 to 6:15 p.m. luiU s.-i\ s at '.::•,) a.m. and .". 15 p.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Krlda> evening services at 5:15 p.m. Satutday morning at B:80, Rabbi Grauei w il' preach, Mlncha at %  '. |i in followed by Shalos Shudos. SUP. I > school l" a in. Dallj religious school :n to 8:30. Daily religious services B a.m. and ."> 1". p.m Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Cantor Milton Freedman. Early l-*iid.i> services at 5:30, l.ate FYidas services nl 8:15. Rabbi Honlg will speak mi "l Knew In Stephen S, Wise %  Review of autobiography, "His Challenging "fears." Saturday morning service ul 8:30. Rabbi Honig will pr.acli on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Religious school assembly Sundaj morning Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday set\Ices at 8 a in. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi Mothay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct services and deliver the sermon. Ir. Paul Beck Will officiate as cantor. A recepUon will follow. Free religious school meets Sunday morning at IS, North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Saturday morning services at 9. Sunday school i" %  in. MOUNT NE60 CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling e Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetuil Care e Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flaaler at 53rd Avenue General Office—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President ROBERT VAFFEY, Sales Director through the use of -C/7V NYLON TENTS I PHONE 5-3444 A nylon tent completely covers the entire infested building in which a deodly got is released. This new method cuts your cost in '/s 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY .WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN l<$S>K TERM,TES SO FLORIDA'S IARGF.S1 EXTERMINATING CO. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moiei Mescheloff. Services will be held Friday evening at .".IV Lite Friday evening forum at 8:80, The rabbi will speak on "A Religion of Novelty." Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver the sermon on "Father Meets Son." Cantor Feder will chant the services. .Ir. Congregation at 10 a.m. under direction of A. ,J. Safra. Rabbi .1 Schulman will teach I Mlble class at 4 p.m. Shalosh Seudos at 15 pm. Dallv services at 7 and 8 a.m. land 5:15 p.m. Rabbi conducts dally .course in study of "The Mlshna." Rabbi will speak .in the Portion of the Week. Dally school from 3:30 to 8:30 Monday through Thursday and 9 am to noon on Sunday. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning St 8:00 o'clock. Tempi* Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:18. I>r. Kaplan will conduct the services. Ones! sneaker will be Rabbi Morton M Herman, of Temple Isaiah Israel, of Chicago, who will speak on "A Haif-i'.ntnn .>t Progress—Or Retrogression* Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort LauderdeJe. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Annual "Youth Sabbath Service" at < pm Servl nducted by Stuart Barthold, Eugene Bloom, Bernard Davis, Seymore Levin, Jud) Nankin. Jules Sltverman, Robert Tobias and Kverne Waskow. under director of Joseph Keller. J tiles Sllvel 111.111 Will deliver sermon on Sldra "Vaylgash"— the Portion of Ihe Week. Stuart Barthold will recite "The Ethics of Judaism." iiuest speaker will be Hen Essen, prominent Miami attorney. The public is Invited. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. Friday night services at t. Rabbi skop will speak. Cantor Joseph Malek will lead congregational singing, sinb.it service at Hi a.m. with Torah service and Klddush. Boys and girls in the Barbas Mltsvah I'lub will assist in Hebrew and English readings. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services from 8:t0 to :' p.m. ea.h w.-ek will be broadcast over WWI-H Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct services assisted by the Iteth David Ctioir under direction of Leon Bhlff. The rabbi will preach on "Ring in the New." Floral offering by Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Cohen 'in honor of Mrs. Cohen's birthday. Student Cong. Saturday at I0:3u a.m. The Rabbi will expound on the I'ortion of the Law. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Student Cong. Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Hebrew school between 3:30 and 6:30 p.nv dally. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Pone* da Loon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Ira W. (loldsteln will officiate. An Oneg Shabbat will be held following the services. Members and friends nre Invited to attend. Temple Betn bnolom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kroniih; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Ftlday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service In the patio. Sunday school at 9:45. Hebrew school 8:18 p.m. dally. Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox). 4004 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. New schedule of services. KrUlay evenings at 5 p.m. with Uneg Shabbat forum at 8 p.m. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Mlncha afternoon service at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedus. Week days, morning 8 a.m.; afternoon at S:16, Congregation Kneselh Israel (Orthodox). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Friday eve at T,; Saturday at 8:30 a.m. the rabbi will deliver the sermon. Mlncha at 4:45 followed by Shalos Seudos. Zmiras and remarks by guests will follow, after which Maarlv will take place. Daily services at s a.m. and 5 p.m.: Maariv at 5:4.",. Dally Hebrew School at 3:30 with Religious Sunday school at 10 a.m. 30^ Miami Beach J eW uh gSSalsl "7 Cantar (Con Mr v,tj„) ^ Washington Av... SSf%f Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday service ,. g Rabbi Lehrman will preach i H morning service, at '. ,,'„, T ^ ,ur | will preach on the Weelii, i, r M the Law. Hail, MjT,**! 5:15 p.m. -m. North Shore J ewilh -,J (Conservative). 916 ET2L Concourse, Miami Beach Fria? Consr,9 tion )*•*. PM) Friday evening service, t u The rabbi will apeak on %  '•? "A Women In Israel. 1 A„ n i"l discussion and an Ones Ssb*.!"! lows. Saturday morning serv? I 9:00 a.m. Sunday school aMi'l"* Blscayne Elementary Bchool HEALTH RESORT HOTIL-AMiTAJmm roe SOT coMVAUKtsa A"0 CSSOSXuiu 9gSSnu diAMi-nrui The Showcase of Good Food ^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH l,ii,:!li,!!!ij£]l,,iii,, niiiii LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors oi the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZIO.V" Products, tinder the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. 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^H ^ ^— pjC0^ 30.". 1949 1/7/ 5OTK ... o^nlution of the U.N. declaring Jerusalem an nal city was brought about largely by the (Rome The vote to separate the Holy City r k! rest of Israel came as a painful shock. r iftorv of Medinas Israel caused us to hope |Sf lint that better days were at hand. Especial90 jews comforted by the thought that on 29. W",he Vatican witn its enormous might have prevented a majority in the i (mni favoring the partition of Palestine into a %  kind Arab state. Enlightened public opinion Ui regard the Assembly at Lake Success with -iniment and disillusionment. rture Iwmv will wonder whv the Church has never tiich a step before. For a thousand years. I has been in non-Christian hands. The L the icfc man of Europe for a hundred During the 19th century, the Concert of .. powers would have met little difficulty in iMiS the Holv Citv an international shrine. i Britain, after World War I, was given the jjteover Palestine, the Roman Curia said nothfjjout internationalizing the holv places. Only tine Israelis took over vi et armis did the Church j its propaganda. :ty o/ Rome J causes no surprise to the student. The treat0 f Jews bv the Papacy constitutes a fairly page in human history. From the very being the Church Fathers took a hostile attitude, tglossed over the part pagan Rome played in [death of Jesus Pontius Pilate was made to wash liinocent hands before the Crucifixion. For three Cries. Christian martyrs were flung to the lions be Roman anna. The Caesars indulged in 12 |or persecutions of the new faith. Yet Rome ETC i Holv City, and Latin the sacred language leaver and theology. Only the Jews were branded the blackest villainy, the horrifying deicides imurdered God. The Vatican And Israel I* *****, BY HARRY SIMONHOFle^rl.t ark Je r in t l C H, h h3d the P wer t0 Papacy intervened Z^TZ^T *" ** temntpH TU c, "ver s "cn a plan was at*1££££ rr K opes even issued Bu s -ousan^^-^-^^em became ob.ects of aversion, of hatred, of ^and seived as an example and warning as to what happens to ,„f,de.s who refuse the XvalJoi ^ Tiber, to be followed by epidemics. In 1870, the Ghetto walls were broken only when the armies of Garibaldi marched on Rome and put an end to Pap^l temporal sovereignty. Historians wonder how Jews ever survived the cruelties and bestialities of Christian Europe from the Crusades to the 18th century, The storv reads like one horrendous nightmare. Torture, killing, expulsion, burning, mob violence, and massacre were commonplace. When not wandering in search of insecure homes, they lived in sunless, cramped Ghettos. Denied the right to engage in commerce, in the professions, in labor, or in farming. Jews survived somehow, excluded from all civil rights, as peddlers of old clothes and small money lenders. Reference to certain Papal Bulls and Ecumenical laws will show that the Roman Church had quite a share in the systematic degradation of the Jews. Take but a few at random: in 1215, the 4th Lateran Council decreed many restrictive measures: Jews should wear a distinctive badge of rod (later yellow) on their outer garments: Jewish physicians were not to heal sick Christians. In 1555. Pope Paul IV, the Italian Hitler, issued his infamous Bull. Cum nimis absurdum, which condemned Jews in Rome to live in a walled Ghetto, locked at night. Among other humiliations, it decreed that Jews must not permit themselves to be addressed as Mr. (Signor). In the very shadow of St. Peter's, thev decayed for 315 years in the worst plague spot of Europe, in danger each spring of being drowned out by the rising Dual Nature of Rome One might be tempted to inquire into the cause of such animus from a Church that is also moral and highly ethical. Answer: Rome is not only a religion, it is also a political system, without armed might. (The Vatican sends out and receives diplomats and ambassadors.) The Pope maintains his power only through faith. And as long as millions believe in his intallibility, the Roman Pontiff is a force in world polity. Consequently, he has alwavs been adamant to any people who deny, dispute, or oppose his authority as Vicar of Christ on earth. In this matter, the Jews without raising a hand or uttering a word, have willy-nilly been offenders. Their own religion, far older and as coercive, has precluded any doctrine that would permit a St. Peter to grant the key of world dominion to any "infallible" mortal. In this day and time, people detect a more liberal attitude in the Church towards non-Catholics. Jews certainly are gratified for the help extended to victims of Nazi ferocity bv Pope Pious XI and XII. Yet what can we make of this internationalizing business? The Jewish section of new Jerusalem contains few holv places: and President Weizmann has offered to turn them over to U.N. control. We felt as the English or French would if London or Paris would be lopped off. Somehow, we cannot but sense some overt hostility. The Vatican press has been urging pilgrims for the 1950 Holy Year to avoid Israel on their way to old Jerusalem controlled by Abdullah of Jordan. Yes. the obsolete has a way of returning. Jews have through the ages paid a terrible price for their intransigeance. Yet their position in the 20th century can hardly differ from their stand in the first century. Rome and Jerusalem, poles apart, are likely to remain mutuallv at odds. Jews cannot avoid their destiny, even if the Vatican will continue to hurl brickbats at the Republic of Israel. novel Announced Brandeis Is "University With Mission/ 1 jfcissman's Fish Center has anl^- L I i >f its locaDr. Sachar Informs Luncheon Guests I from 1051 Washington Ave. |MT Washington Ave. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mmanine Floor The Jewish-sponsored Brandeis University in Boston carries Its own unique mission from the nation's Jewry—to "pay back" to America the educational privileges our Jews have benefited by. Dr. Abram L. Sachar told his listeners at the special receptionluncheon tendered him at the Delano Hotel. As first president of Brandeis University, Dr. Sachar made exhaustive studies of American universities and colleges. His findings showed that only 31 '"< of American colleges are tax-supported. The rest have been the products of "denominational generosity," with the Catholics leading the list of 20 million members establishing 200 colleges. The other great minority groups are the Baptists, the Methodists of 10 and a half million people founding 79 colleges, the five million Jews, and the 135.000 Quakers. Quacker colleges number four. Of them all. only the Jews have failed to "contribute" in the great Mendelsohn' STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant BMW1BII 1301 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET JO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 .,„ TELEPHONE 5-9085 ,.,-AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear NOW OPEN SATURDAYS tradition. Dr. Sachar pointed out, until their sponsorship of Brandeis a year and a half ago. Brandeis. therefore, is "the university with a mission." finally paying tribute to a potentiality that has become an achievement. Non-sectarian, Brandeis is offering hospitality to all creeds. Lately installed on the university's campus. 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-SAJf1DECEMBER
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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ZIONIST TRENDS:
Don*t be surprised if a fight de-
velops within the Zionist ranks
over the future of the Jewish
National Fund and the Keren
Hayesod Some important
leaders in Israel are urging
serious changes in the structure
of these two major Zionist funds
. They even go so far at to
suggest that both funds be merged
. Naturally, there is also a
good deal of opposition to these
suggestions The final deci-
sion will, of course, be made at
the forthcoming World Zionist
Congress ... In the meantime,
the issue will, no doubt, come out
into the open verv soon Al-
ready the Jewish Agency office
in New York is looking into the
possibility of structural changes
in the Zionist funds Such
structural changes, if made, may
affect the entire system of fund-
raising for Israel in the United
States, since most of the money
raised bv the Zionist funds comes
from this country ... It is. there-
lore, no wonder that the various
groups within the Zionist move-
ment in America are already en-
gaged in a lively campaign of
shekel selling Each of these
groups is determined to come to
the Zionist Congress with the
maximum number of delegates it
can elect The Congress, which
will take place in Jerusalem at
the end of next summer, will also
be the arena of a fight on basic
issues concerning the relationship
between the Jewish Agency and i
the Israel government Inas-
much as the American Zionist I
movement is today the backbone
of the entire existence of the
Jewish Agency, the wishes of
Amman Zionists may play the
decisive role in all issues at the
Congress. .

COMMUNAL CURRENTS:
Now that the year is drawing
to its close, the problems which'
American Jewish communities
will have to face in 1950 are being
closely studied Especially
the budgeting problems ... It has
been established that 65 com-
munities this year raised about
seventeen percent less money
ihan a year ago Anticipating
no better results in 1950. local
I tidget committees are now grap-
qsj with the complex problems
. .seci by this di ci ease Th
:ask is especially difficult in the
of the diversity of the needs
. The budgeting pattern has
ill vi : been uniform, because all i-
catl ns vary with local circum-
- ..nd interest .. Thus the
question of fixing "priorities" in
ns has al aj been a
K spot for local budget com-
1 *'< Thi se committees are.
therefore, studying the following
questions: 1. Should there be an
. : ss-the-board pei centagi re-
el ".:on in allocations to agencii s?
2. Should each agency be
individually according to
its ni i is? 3. Should anv pro-
visi :. be made 1 i aising the
tan lards of gen .....vi
not ved increases in recent
years ... 4. Should worthy
agencies which have not been
community-supported in the p.ist
be included now? ... 5. Should
any provisions be made in 1950
i ; the capital needs of either
national or local institutions? .
6. Should this be done through
the welfare fund or througn
i separate efforts? ... No standard
answers can be given to these
questions, but each community
is now determined to examine
more closelv than ever before the
programs of agncies appealing for
support There is less tendency
now to apply an automatic per-
; centage formula With re-
1 gard to local programs there is a
tendency to hold the line and to
grant increases'onlv where they
are felt to be inescapable .
Non-local agencies, other than the
United Jewish Appeal, have this
year received less as a group
than they did in 1948 and will
probably not receive more in
1950. .

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS:
I American students of Russian
I affairs will be extremely in-
i terested in three volumes on Rus-
sia now published by the Mac-
Millan Company One of them
"Economic Geography of the
U.S.S.R."also throws light on
the economic factors in the Jew-
ish autonomous region of Birobid-
jan Two of the volumes are
part of the Russian Translation
Project of the American Council
of Learned Societies sponsored by
the Rockefeller Foundation .
These are "The History of the
National Economy of Russia to the
1917 Revolution." bv Prof. Peter
Lyashenko. and "Economic Geo-
graphy of the U.S.S.R," by a
group of experts with a preface
by John A. Morrison of the State
Department Both books are
obviously intended for university
students, but any reader interest-
ed in Russian economy will find
them exceptionally valuable .
They are not merely books, but
encyclopedias of the economic
past and present of Russia .
Jews horn in Russia, the Ukraine.
Bessarabia and the Baltic coun-
tries, now all a part of the U.S.
S.R.. will find much data about
their -native towns How-
ever, this data is given only until
1939. and many things have
changed since that year Espe-
cially the Jewish population in
the manv cities in the Ukraine.
Bessarabia, and the parts of East-
ern Europe re-acquired by the
U.S.S.R. following the defeat of
Nazi Germany The third
volume is "American-Russian Re-
lations in the Far East" by Paul-
ine Tompkins The author is
trying to answer the question
whether we can ever reach an
understanding with Russia .
Much of her material is taken
lrom the State Department ar-
chives and deals primarily with
rivalry in Asia.
Beach Hadassah
To Hold Dance
The annual Hadassah dinner
dance will be held on January 8
at 6 p.m. at Copa City. Miami
Beach, according to Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan. president of the Mi-
ami Beach Group, which is in
charge of arrangements.
Planning the affair are Mrs.
Bernard Silverman. arrange- j
ments: Mrs. Ralph Spero. tickets '
and reservations. Miami Beach
Group: Mrs. Aaron Courshon and
Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, tickets and
reservations. Hannah Senesch
Group: Mrs. Ida Goldberg, pub-
licity; and the Mesdames Kogan.
Oscar Lclchuk, Leon J. Ell. Bar-
nev Weinkle Sam Simonhoff.
Harry P'atoff. Irving Westin. Ber-
nard Goldberg. Beulah Davis.
David Harris, and Fred Jonas.
Proceeds from the dance will
be allocated to the Hadassah
Medical Organization. whose
watchword for this year is
"Maintenance." Hadassah main-
tains four hospitals in Jerusalem,
one in Safad and Beersheba and
60 health stations and convalesc-
ent institutions.
Kadimah Chanuka Party
A Chanuka party for children
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of Pioneer Women was held
Friday. December 23. from 3 to
5:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Rhoda Fledell, 2547 S.W. 31st
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o^nlution of the U.N. declaring Jerusalem an
* nal city was brought about largely by the
(Rome The vote to separate the Holy City
r k! rest of Israel came as a painful shock.
r iftorv of Medinas Israel caused us to hope
|Sf lint that better days were at hand. Especial-
90 jews comforted by the thought that on
29. W"- ,he Vatican- witn its enormous
, might have prevented a majority in the
i (mni favoring the partition of Palestine into a
kind Arab state. Enlightened public opinion
Ui regard the Assembly at Lake Success with
-iniment and disillusionment.
rture
Iwmv will wonder whv the Church has never
tiich a step before. For a thousand years.
I has been in non-Christian hands. The
L the icfc man of Europe for a hundred
During the 19th century, the Concert of
.. powers would have met little difficulty in
iMiS the Holv Citv an international shrine.
i Britain, after World War I, was given the
jjteover Palestine, the Roman Curia said noth-
fjjout internationalizing the holv places. Only
tine Israelis took over vi et armis did the Church
j its propaganda.
:ty o/ Rome
j causes no surprise to the student. The treat-
0f Jews bv the Papacy constitutes a fairly
page in human history. From the very be-
ing the Church Fathers took a hostile attitude,
tglossed over the part pagan Rome played in
[death of Jesus Pontius Pilate was made to wash
liinocent hands before the Crucifixion. For three
Cries. Christian martyrs were flung to the lions
be Roman anna. The Caesars indulged in 12
|or persecutions of the new faith. Yet Rome
Etc i Holv City, and Latin the sacred language
leaver and theology. Only the Jews were branded
the blackest villainy, the horrifying deicides
imurdered God.
The Vatican And Israel
I* *****, BY HARRY SIMONHOFl-
e^rl.tarkJerintlCH,h h3d the Pwer t0
Papacy intervened Z^TZ^T *" **
temntpH tu c,"-ver s"cn a plan was at-
*1 rr Kopes even issued Bu"s
-ousan^^-^-^^em
became ob.ects of aversion, of hatred, of ^and
seived as an example and warning as to what
happens to ,f,de.s who refuse the XvalJoi ^
Tiber, to be followed by epidemics. In 1870, the
Ghetto walls were broken only when the armies of
Garibaldi marched on Rome and put an end to Pap^l
temporal sovereignty.
Historians wonder how Jews ever survived the
cruelties and bestialities of Christian Europe from
the Crusades to the 18th century, The storv reads
like one horrendous nightmare. Torture, killing, ex-
pulsion, burning, mob violence, and massacre were
commonplace. When not wandering in search of in-
secure homes, they lived in sunless, cramped Ghettos.
Denied the right to engage in commerce, in the
professions, in labor, or in farming. Jews survived
somehow, excluded from all civil rights, as peddlers
of old clothes and small money lenders.
Reference to certain Papal Bulls and Ecumenical
laws will show that the Roman Church had quite a
share in the systematic degradation of the Jews.
Take but a few at random: in 1215, the 4th Lateran
Council decreed many restrictive measures: Jews
should wear a distinctive badge of rod (later yellow)
on their outer garments: Jewish physicians were not
to heal sick Christians. In 1555. Pope Paul IV, the
Italian Hitler, issued his infamous Bull. Cum nimis
absurdum, which condemned Jews in Rome to live
in a walled Ghetto, locked at night. Among other
humiliations, it decreed that Jews must not permit
themselves to be addressed as Mr. (Signor). In the
very shadow of St. Peter's, thev decayed for 315
years in the worst plague spot of Europe, in danger
each spring of being drowned out by the rising
Dual Nature of Rome
One might be tempted to inquire into the cause of
such animus from a Church that is also moral and
highly ethical. Answer: Rome is not only a religion,
it is also a political system, without armed might.
(The Vatican sends out and receives diplomats and
ambassadors.) The Pope maintains his power only
through faith. And as long as millions believe in his
intallibility, the Roman Pontiff is a force in world
polity. Consequently, he has alwavs been adamant to
any people who deny, dispute, or oppose his author-
ity as Vicar of Christ on earth. In this matter, the
Jews without raising a hand or uttering a word, have
willy-nilly been offenders. Their own religion, far
older and as coercive, has precluded any doctrine
that would permit a St. Peter to grant the key of
world dominion to any "infallible" mortal.
In this day and time, people detect a more liberal
attitude in the Church towards non-Catholics. Jews
certainly are gratified for the help extended to
victims of Nazi ferocity bv Pope Pious XI and XII.
Yet what can we make of this internationalizing
business? The Jewish section of new Jerusalem
contains few holv places: and President Weizmann
has offered to turn them over to U.N. control. We
felt as the English or French would if London or
Paris would be lopped off. Somehow, we cannot but
sense some overt hostility. The Vatican press has
been urging pilgrims for the 1950 Holy Year to avoid
Israel on their way to old Jerusalem controlled by
Abdullah of Jordan.
Yes. the obsolete has a way of returning. Jews
have through the ages paid a terrible price for their
intransigeance. Yet their position in the 20th cen-
tury can hardly differ from their stand in the first
century. Rome and Jerusalem, poles apart, are likely
to remain mutuallv at odds. Jews cannot avoid their
destiny, even if the Vatican will continue to hurl
brickbats at the Republic of Israel.
novel Announced Brandeis Is "University With Mission/1
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The Jewish-sponsored Brandeis
University in Boston carries Its
own unique mission from the na-
tion's Jewryto "pay back" to
America the educational privi-
leges our Jews have benefited
by. Dr. Abram L. Sachar told his
listeners at the special reception-
luncheon tendered him at the
Delano Hotel.
As first president of Brandeis
University, Dr. Sachar made ex-
haustive studies of American uni-
versities and colleges. His find-
ings showed that only 31'"< of
American colleges are tax-sup-
ported. The rest have been the
products of "denominational gen-
erosity," with the Catholics lead-
ing the list of 20 million members
establishing 200 colleges. The
other great minority groups are
the Baptists, the Methodists of 10
and a half million people found-
ing 79 colleges, the five million
Jews, and the 135.000 Quakers.
Quacker colleges number four.
Of them all. only the Jews have
failed to "contribute" in the great
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paying tribute to a potentiality
that has become an achievement.
Non-sectarian, Brandeis is of-
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Lately installed on the univers-
ity's campus. Dr. Sachar revealed.
is the Newman Foundation for
Catholics. It is being followed by
the Protestant Guild.
At this moment in the univers-
ity's development, the design for
the important School of Science
is being worked out by Dr. Selden
Waxman. world-famous for his
streptomycin and other drug-dis-
coveries. Koussevitzky. similarly
approached by Dr. Sachar, is de-
signing the School of Music.
Stepped up also is the board of
trustees from its original mem-
bership of seven, to 21, as ap-
proved by a legislative act. Prom-
inent on the new board, to date,
are Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and
David Niles. assistant to the late
President Roosevelt and current-
ly, to Truman.
' Presiding at the luncheon was
Mayor Harold Turk, who em-
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past two years affecting world
fewry were the establishment of
the Stale of Israel- and the es-
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ZZCZ*-* ,V>~ V^£*^?S~ I r cv DECO^g 30 i ^ 19 *lst>r*>r*Me, Tempi* ,s iah A Changes Quarters PT Isaiah, only congregaft Miami Beach, is moving %  L?i.VWHA building, utiliz**? taffies "f that building M" 1 quarters for Friday PS5Mrvice8 and Sunday f**? -essions. pending the esW', 5 n „ | a permanent home. rKiUal services to the new Th f •ill rake Place on Pri|p r, t .„!-r HO at 8:15 p.m. EhSS President of the PAGE THIRTEEN W Joseph Jacobs on .1 can ei .: ti large manul ictun %  %  1 ii stions, i (ie:s>nar Siegfried Y will welcome those present and Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will tonduct the services with Dr. Paul Beck ufliriating as cantor. Rabbi Mann has chosen as his sermon topic for this meeting. "What Is Reformed Judaism Todav"" Announcemi nt of the move was made bv George J. Bertman. chairman of the board of diftc\ 11 newly elected officers of tin temple are: Siegfried Geisn president; Abe S,.: :: %  president; A. J Wtrri v'c president; David %  au.^ico p: 's:dent9fcn Tiipler. %  R'orer: HcinetJ Outman. secfcto:. and Joseph Rospnthal Snan, lal ... ry. -The now qu irters will providi imp: ved : i:.es for the members and %  i sts, affording easy access, an pli parking and more tpaci us im dations, Geismai .n J< .. lite in New York, on the J I press. Jewish radio, and whal ; perhaps most important of all— the attitude of the large commercial enterprises toward thi Jewwhich den l Ii I ish segment of America's populatwenty-four hours I ttenl ll n'' u Pointing out how Jewish life in T i ansu America, even though 100 ttle difany : th< ferent when it comes to housee x| and settlers ol hold procedure. Mr, Jacobs lands, follow the showed the leaders of the fond and other industries that they must present their products to tinJewish people in such a way as pioneer's blood there flows a restto appeal to their traditional inlessness, a searching, a drive clinations. which pushes him on. Unless the His methods were those nf a answer be that the spark of ;imteacher and psychologist. He bitmn to achieve a goal in life taught the sellers how tn sell and burns so intenselv in some the buyers how to get the best for people's souls that no obstacle their money. Mr. Jacobs made it can stop them from realizing their clear to the manufacturers that dreams. in order for a Jewish housewife Joseph Jacobs has in him the to use with confidence a parspark and flame of a leader and ticular product, the contents of the i blood of at ex| which might be questionable as He has achieved his purpose of to Kashruth, it must offer assuropening the broad field <>f Ameriance of its acceptability in Jewish can skill in the n ture ol homes, lie proved to the protood pr iducts and other essentials dUCer that it was worth their to ths Jew I home and openi while to establish Kashruth and win millions of Jewish friends. A.,i result, Jewish hoi enjoying the benefits of dozei fine new. modern produ thev had nvv:used before. Thanks to this pioneering A uu the part ol Mr, Jacobs, many C His parent manufacturers started to invi uzate v. j and i i I winning I ,i h customers. This M J. „,en, opened a broad m lor the Jewish press, it enriched fr m h I the Jewish K and it modernlearn; 11 Jewish household. tion to Jev is this Mr to Jewish legends ana jevwsn Jacobs? What prompted ecame known sacrifice a comfortable mcom authorities on and toe store of knowledge he had gathered from his parents and. from experience, and he put out j various booklets, in English, on i Jewish customs and traditions, Jewish culture, and the Jewish dietary laws. w These booklets, which were intended only as guideposts for advertisers in the Jewish press, were received with such enthusiasm by both Jews and nonJews, that thev had to be reprinted numerous times. Mr. Jacobs, in clear, simple, uncomited language, set forth the %  n ng of being a Jew in Amei ica, He sh iwed that it is p sible I i be a good American and at the same time follow Jewish and laws. He ex%  lained for non-Jews the ways in which < m practices and our aditions differ from theirs and how we can live together, cooperate and side bv side profit from each other's culture. This bridge between Jew and non-Jew. built through the work of Mi. Jacobs, has been cemented by him in the course of the past AmarinaninH '" y ask another — Wh y did thirty years. Among his personal •ience .;„.,,.,, „ ; lhe m T sl reputable business leaders in the food and other industries, the most eminent Jewish social workers, the mcs'. respected rabbis, the star artists of the Jewish stage and radio, and countless laymen with whom he comes in dailv personal contact. In marking the thirtieth anniversary of the Joseph Jacobs Organization Joseph Jacobs may well be proud of his work and accomplishments. pioneers in science, new tney took' 1 Tarnis no cone answer Unless we content ourselves with the fact that m every YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUH WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature COMMENCING SUNDAY, JAN. lit "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" Narrator. HAROLD SHAPIRO Well Known Attorney M. NASATIR. Program Director the Jewish home to modern A i n knowledge. In'i tingl l! n, a pr <• oi the Jewish E .... [tend the p ter going n I Cit; Ul tUHl the name that means, fin* pianos ... EXCLUSIVE STENWAY REPRESENTATIVE the i/.ed the Whal sort of person CABLE-NELSON Full 38-note scale, rich ton. qualities, the .am. BU .ical prlormano. found in piano. eowfr drably more expensive, or. but ..v.rd £ H~ why the Cable-Nelson •. bring a UMM oi -ni oym.nt to any toily Eu'J price $555.00 $55.00 down. Pay a. tit's CM $25.00 pet month. Op 10 2 years. Use your old plans c payment. • I Do not S.UI. tor la when quality costs no more. Open Evenings m. '*' %  PIANO CO ITS? wsqw itvOr


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rcv DECO^g 30-i^19
*lst>r*>r*Me,
Tempi* ,siahA
Changes Quarters
PT Isaiah, only congrega-
ft Miami Beach, is moving
L?i.VWHA building, utiliz-
**? taffies "f that building
M"1! quarters for Friday
PS5Mrvice8 and Sunday
f**? -essions. pending the es-
W',5n| a permanent home.
rKiUal services to the new
. Thf ill rake Place on Pri-
|pr,t .!-r HO at 8:15 p.m.
EhSS President of the
PAGE THIRTEEN
W
Joseph Jacobs
on .1 can ei .: ti .
large manul ictun
1
ii
stions,
i
(ie:s>nar
Siegfried
Y will welcome those present
and Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
tonduct the services with Dr.
Paul Beck ufliriating as cantor.
Rabbi Mann has chosen as his
sermon topic for this meeting.
"What Is Reformed Judaism To-
dav""
Announcemi nt of the move
was made bv George J. Bertman.
chairman of the board of di-
ftc\ 11 newly elected
officers of tin temple are: Sieg-
fried Geisn president; Abe
S,.: :: president; A. J
Wtrri v'c president; David
au.^ico p: 's:dent- 9fcn Tiipler.
R'orer: HcinetJ Outman. sec-
fcto:. and Joseph Rospnthal
Snan, lal .- .. ry.
-The now qu irters will providi
imp: ved : i:.es for the mem-
bers and i sts, affording easy
access, an pli parking and more
tpaci us im dations, Geis-
mai . number of future sermons will be
held in the open-air patio. As
ien cusl inaiy. refreshments
will be by the members ol
the Sisterh I of Temple Isaiah
loll wing '.In- s< rmon.
By P. RUBENSTEIN
Thirty years ago a young Jew-
ish man of New York resigned
from a secure position as a high
school teacher in the New Y irk
City school svstem, having de-
cided on a pioneer venture in an
industry then in its i mbrvonic
stages in American-Jewish life
Joseph Jacobs, igogue
1 embarked
the
Jewish home pn
marketing unit for the i
of their products an I I
will would entail mutual ga
both manufactun r and con
Mr. Jacobs fulfilled hi n
Now, as the Joseph Jaci Or-
ganization marks its thirtieth
jubilee celebration, hi
' fruit of his effort-, which
had a colossal impact >n J< ..
lite in New York, on the J
I press. Jewish radio, and whal
; perhaps most important of all
the attitude of the large commer-
cial enterprises toward thi Jew- which den l Ii I
ish segment of America's popula- twenty-four hours I ttenl
lln'' u
Pointing out how Jewish life in T i ansu
America, even though 100
ttle dif- any : th<
ferent when it comes to house- ex| and settlers ol
hold procedure. Mr, Jacobs lands, follow the
showed the leaders of the fond
and other industries that they
must present their products to tin-
Jewish people in such a way as pioneer's blood there flows a rest-
to appeal to their traditional in- lessness, a searching, a drive
clinations. which pushes him on. Unless the
His methods were those nf a answer be that the spark of ;im-
teacher and psychologist. He bitmn to achieve a goal in life
taught the sellers how tn sell and burns so intenselv in some
the buyers how to get the best for people's souls that no obstacle
their money. Mr. Jacobs made it can stop them from realizing their
clear to the manufacturers that dreams.
in order for a Jewish housewife Joseph Jacobs has in him the
to use with confidence a par- spark and flame of a leader and
ticular product, the contents of the i blood of at ex|
which might be questionable as He has achieved his purpose of
to Kashruth, it must offer assur- opening the broad field <>f Ameri-
ance of its acceptability in Jewish can skill in the n ture ol
homes, lie proved to the pro- tood pr iducts and other essentials
dUCer that it was worth their to ths Jew I home and openi
while to establish Kashruth and
win millions of Jewish friends.
A.- ,i result, Jewish hoi
enjoying the benefits of dozei
fine new. modern produ '
thev had nvv:- used before.
Thanks to this pioneering a
uu the part ol Mr, Jacobs, many C His parent
manufacturers started to invi '
uzate v. j and i i I winning I
,i h customers. This M J. .
,en, opened a broad m
lor the Jewish press, it enriched fr m h I the
Jewish K and it modern- learn; 11
Jewish household. tion to Jev
is this Mr to Jewish legends ana jevwsn
Jacobs? What prompted ecame known
sacrifice a comfortable mcom authorities on
and toe store of knowledge he
had gathered from his parents and.
from experience, and he put out j
various booklets, in English, on i
Jewish customs and traditions,
Jewish culture, and the Jewish
dietary laws.
w
These booklets, which were in-
tended only as guideposts for ad-
vertisers in the Jewish press,
were received with such en-
thusiasm by both Jews and non-
Jews, that thev had to be re-
printed numerous times. Mr.
Jacobs, in clear, simple, uncom-
ited language, set forth the
n ng of being a Jew in
Amei ica, He sh iwed that it is
p sible I i be a good American
and at the same time follow Jew-
ish and laws. He ex-
lained for non-Jews the ways
in which < m practices and our
' aditions differ from theirs and
how we can live together, cooper-
ate and side bv side profit from
each other's culture.
This bridge between Jew and
non-Jew. built through the work
of Mi. Jacobs, has been cemented
by him in the course of the past
AmarinaninH '" ,y, ask anotherWhy did thirty years. Among his personal
ience .;.,,.,, ;, lhe mTsl reputable
business leaders in the food and
other industries, the most eminent
Jewish social workers, the mcs'.
respected rabbis, the star artists
of the Jewish stage and radio,
and countless laymen with whom
he comes in dailv personal con-
tact.
In marking the thirtieth anni-
versary of the Joseph Jacobs Or-
ganization Joseph Jacobs may
well be proud of his work and
accomplishments.
pioneers in science,
new
tney
took'1 Tarn- is no cone
answer Unless we content our-
selves with the fact that m every
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUH
WINZ
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M.
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE
LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Listen to our New Feature
COMMENCING SUNDAY, JAN. lit
"BUILDERS OF ISRAEL"
Narrator. HAROLD SHAPIRO
Well Known Attorney
M. NASATIR. Program Director
the Jewish home to modern
A i n knowledge.
In'i tingl "l!
n, a pr <-
oi the Jewish E '
.... [tend the p
ter going n I Cit;
......
Ul tUHl the name that means, fin* pianos ...
EXCLUSIVE
STENWAY
REPRESENTATIVE

the
i/.ed the
Whal sort of person
CABLE-NELSON
Full 38-note scale, rich ton. qualities, the .am.
BU.ical prlormano. found in piano. eowfr
drably more expensive, or. but ..v.rdH~
why the Cable-Nelson bring a UMm oi
-nioym.nt to any toily Eu'J price $555.00
$55.00 down. Pay a. tit's
cm $25.00 pet month. Op 10
2 years.
Use your old plans c
payment.
I
Do not S.UI. tor la when
quality costs no more.
Open Evenings
m.

'*-'
PIANO CO
its? wsqw itvOr





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PAGE SIX %  kniitfhridirw >,, > 9); H -S£ A Jf 1 DECEMBER "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) $? ZIONIST TRENDS: Don*t be surprised if a fight develops within the Zionist ranks over the future of the Jewish National Fund and the Keren Hayesod Some important leaders in Israel are urging serious changes in the structure of these two major Zionist funds They even go so far at to suggest that both funds be merged Naturally, there is also a good deal of opposition to these suggestions The final decision will, of course, be made at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress ... In the meantime, the issue will, no doubt, come out into the open verv soon Already the Jewish Agency office in New York is looking into the possibility of structural changes in the Zionist funds Such structural changes, if made, may affect the entire system of fundraising for Israel in the United States, since most of the money raised bv the Zionist funds comes from this country ... It is. therelore, no wonder that the various groups within the Zionist movement in America are already engaged in a lively campaign of shekel selling Each of these groups is determined to come to the Zionist Congress with the maximum number of delegates it can elect The Congress, which will take place in Jerusalem at the end of next summer, will also be the arena of a fight on basic issues concerning the relationship between the Jewish Agency and i the Israel government Inasmuch as the American Zionist I movement is today the backbone of the entire existence of the Jewish Agency, the wishes of Amman Zionists may play the decisive role in all issues at the Congress. • • • COMMUNAL CURRENTS: Now that the year is drawing to its close, the problems which' American Jewish communities will have to face in 1950 are being closely studied Especially the budgeting problems ... It has been established that 65 communities this year raised about seventeen percent less money ihan a year ago Anticipating no better results in 1950. local I tidget committees are now grapQSJ with the complex problems .seci by this di ci ease Th :ask is especially difficult in the • of the diversity of the needs The budgeting pattern has ill vi : been uniform, because all icatl ns vary with local circum..nd interest .. Thus the question of fixing "priorities" in ns has al aj • been a K spot for local budget com1 • *•'••< • Thi se committees are. therefore, studying the following questions: 1. Should there be an %  : ss-the-board pei centagi reel ".:on in allocations to agencii s? 2. Should each agency be individually according to its ni i is? 3. Should anv provisi :. be made 1 i aising the tan lards of gen vi not ved increases in recent years ... 4. Should worthy agencies which have not been community-supported in the p.ist be included now? ... 5. Should any provisions be made in 1950 i ; the capital needs of either national or local institutions? 6. Should this be done through the welfare fund or througn i separate efforts? ... No standard answers can be given to these questions, but each community is now determined to examine more closelv than ever before the programs of agncies appealing for support There is less tendency now to apply an automatic per; centage formula With re1 gard to local programs there is a tendency to hold the line and to grant increases'onlv where they are felt to be inescapable Non-local agencies, other than the United Jewish Appeal, have this year received less as a group than they did in 1948 and will probably not receive more in 1950. • • • INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: I American students of Russian I affairs will be extremely ini terested in three volumes on Russia now published by the MacMillan Company One of them —"Economic Geography of the U.S.S.R."—also throws light on the economic factors in the Jewish autonomous region of Birobidjan Two of the volumes are part of the Russian Translation Project of the American Council of Learned Societies sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation These are "The History of the National Economy of Russia to the 1917 Revolution." bv Prof. Peter Lyashenko. and "Economic Geography of the U.S.S.R," by a group of experts with a preface by John A. Morrison of the State Department Both books are obviously intended for university students, but any reader interested in Russian economy will find them exceptionally valuable They are not merely books, but encyclopedias of the economic past and present of Russia Jews horn in Russia, the Ukraine. Bessarabia and the Baltic countries, now all a part of the U.S. S.R.. will find much data about their -native towns However, this data is given only until 1939. and many things have changed since that year Especially the Jewish population in the manv cities in the Ukraine. Bessarabia, and the parts of Eastern Europe re-acquired by the U.S.S.R. following the defeat of Nazi Germany The third volume is "American-Russian Relations in the Far East" by Pauline Tompkins The author is trying to answer the question whether we can ever reach an understanding with Russia Much of her material is taken lrom the State Department archives and deals primarily with rivalry in Asia. Beach Hadassah To Hold Dance The annual Hadassah dinner dance will be held on January 8 at 6 p.m. at Copa City. Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president of the Miami Beach Group, which is in charge of arrangements. Planning the affair are Mrs. Bernard Silverman. arrangej ments: Mrs. Ralph Spero. tickets %  and reservations. Miami Beach Group: Mrs. Aaron Courshon and Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, tickets and reservations. Hannah Senesch Group: Mrs. Ida Goldberg, publicity; and the Mesdames Kogan. Oscar Lclchuk, Leon J. Ell. Barnev Weinkle Sam Simonhoff. Harry P'atoff. Irving Westin. Bernard Goldberg. Beulah Davis. David Harris, and Fred Jonas. Proceeds from the dance will be allocated to the Hadassah Medical Organization. whose watchword for this year is "Maintenance." Hadassah maintains four hospitals in Jerusalem, one in Safad and Beersheba and 60 health stations and convalescent institutions. Kadimah Chanuka Party A Chanuka party for children of members of the Kadimah Club of Pioneer Women was held Friday. December 23. from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rhoda Fledell, 2547 S.W. 31st Ave. Games, songs, refreshments and an exchange of gifts were on the agenda. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S HH SHOULSON'S i 24 Hour fcnwg C*j 1389 N W 7" ST. MIAMI HA RATES VERY MODERATE OEPT'S FOR • Bed Ridden • Convalescent • Special Diets • Aged • Rest &. Relax, ation Under Care *50 Per Week Only Kosher Home tn Greater Miami CALL 82-4950 Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC Appliances W,(dp£Ai FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way BORSCHT ... SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by P.lm Distributor.. Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St., Mi.mi Phon, 3-6M* Triton Hotel Dining R 0 On th. Ocean a, Twenl,. E i ghth £ Full Court* f#i flfIl p A.r-Cojtd.t.on.d Operated by E rwin F ,* "one 5-6651 FOI R MEKTIKG ROOMJTVVL. 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, inBC EMBER 23. 1949 %  to Exp* !" 1 In riheastArea r ii)uis Glasser, Miami I** if the national executive hlee oMhe American JewKl/ress and a national vice |C ?" g nf if women's division, -£ted that Seymour Fish'Tector of the organization i-rtment of the American JewKSMI left here today after f" g of conferences with relatives of the Jewish com?, V in New Orleans. Mem"Birmingham, Atlanta and He was accompanied by H B Segal, the American X Congress Southeastern representative, who will ilthe local communities form Icbapters and coordinate their ferities. American Jewish Cont'd Mrs. Glasser, "now Ektbanevei must expand its E,,ie throughout the country Ker to carry on the aims exQ M no bly in the past by Egntly lust tounder and presV Stephen S Wise. Tie ideas of such founding Ljers of the American Jewish Cness as Rabbi Wise and Sune Court Justice Louis D. ideis are being carried on by our newly-elected na,1 'president. Rabbi Irving ft," Mrs. Glasser said. \r. Iladassali To HI.MMSiii'ial lie Miami Unit of Junior Hajah will hold a holiday social Sundav. December 25, at 9 at Landing Inn, 7800 Bisne Blvd. |v. Dottie Pepper, social birman. announced that proids from the affair will go tolirds the maintenance of Isak. I orphan in the Meier Shfeyah lige whom the unit has adoptj Admission is 75 cents. Miss jper said, and there will be icing and entertainment. (Serving on the committee in large of the event are the isses Miriam Scheinberg. CharCohen. Phyllis Rothenberg. fctey tinhorn and Joyce Ihneiderman. I EXTEND CHANUKA GREETINGS AND THE | SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO MY MANY FRIENDS GEORGE OKELL ^ISH CLASSICAL HOUR won \lV t." 40 n Your Dial > V*\ Y SUNDAY 6 V, TUESDAY 1* VAR.tS? 7;00 P M. KIT'SJ^ <£ STARS IN THE CUeei~ NGS AVAILABLI I AND FOLK MUSIC ftSTcmr 0 ": N ew F ,ur# *>Z „ ERS OF ISRAEL" MJ £, A "-D SHAPIRO • Pr grm Director Rabbi Kronish Speaks To Pioneer Women Rabbi Leon Kronish was principa speaker at the annual Chanuka party given bv Mr and Mrs Joe Mintzes on Sunday Dis Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs. Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER. 4-5922. FOR INFORMATION GREETINGS PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN A. LYDEN M1CKLER AIVD LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone 4-6417 1300 Ponce De Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA SHELL'S SIPER MARKET "Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market" 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS II. II. WooflKinall Affeney* 1 m*. GENERAL INSURANCE 1114 Congre ss Bldg. Phone 3-2529 TC ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY JUDGE WALTER II. BECKHAM JUVENILE COURT SEASON'S BEST WISHES SOUTHERN MOTORS CROSLEY AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 1520 Alton Road Phone 58-1406 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Louis F. "Rod" Suedigar Your County Commissioner 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS ALL MIAMI MOTORS. INC. FORD PARTS SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-27H Miami, Fla. SEASON'S GREETING SURFSIDE DRUG CO. 9500 HARDING AVENUE TO AlL*7 Mof HAPTY CHANUKA INGMAN MOTORS, INC. DeSOTO AND PLYMOUTH 355S ****** MeChania phone 82-7571 1864 S. W. 8th Street — Thanks to a vast expansion program, there now is much more BUDWEISER Order by the Carton Budweiser TRADE MARK RIO. US. PAT OFF ANHEUSER.BUSCH SAINT IOUIS Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. Phone 2-7401 SAM BLANK, Pre* Miami, Fla. V i %  i ;



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f p-r:AY, D ECEMBER 23, 1949 B'nai B'rith Youth To Hold Three-Day Winter Tournament Here Dec, 27,28,29 • from West Palm Bi a delegation) will be accompanj. I ol JheBnai B'rith G from that citv ^t^LFhrOdiar \ winter tournament the B'nai B'rith in South A 01 sponsored by faith Organization Florida will convene here on De"L27 28. 29, it has been SSced'by Edward Tescher. SE of the B'nai B'rith (viith Council. The junior order of B'nai B'rith jUzraehi To Moot Saturday Nighl •r-e Greater Miami Mizrachi QHaiiicatiun will hold a special wneral meeting and Melave • December 24, at B A P lS ,"'" "' MK1 "' cultural and athletic events] nod with more than 200 participating, The meet will open with a reeistration dance on Tuesday Des$n&s 8 pm j ; *-* Schedule for Wednesday wiU include oratory and debate competition preliminaries at 9 30 at Temple Beth Sholom. Qualifying contests in Softball, baske't&3ke Saturday. December 24, at £3, fc "*T* i' S noa ?p m -t he Congregation Beth £ and football are scheduled Tfibh 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami !" j > P-m. and 3 p.m. Kh! BSU Isaac H. Ever, presi• "*£*{ at Polo Park. MiBeach. Rai dent announces. A program is being arranged. and refreshments will be served bv the sisti rhood *f the congregation. Rabbi Ever also announces that Saturday. January 7. 1950. will be Mizrachi Sabbath for Greater Miami Jewry. At that time the ami Beach. A beach partv' will be held at Baker's Haulover at 8:30 p.m. with gn u]is leaving from Miami Beach V.MHA an i Miami Jewish Community Center at 8 p.m. Oratory and debate finals will be held Thursday, at 10 a m Temple i: and girl.-athletic finals will Kotkin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the oi the late Morns mely of 1511 S.W. 17th S... Miami, will take place Suncember 29. in the D Restaurant. Seybold A Committee in ch rangements includes Cai I .' Bob Cooper, Adr nm i. Howard Kleinberg, E : ; %  25. at 11 a.m. at, a nd Gertrudi rtz. OH W llawn Park Cemetery, um ... withRal n April officialllalllll 1|)|MM II t I'll ing. Mr. K itkin is survived by his | : ,md one daughter. He was n pioneer resident of Miami, a ter member of the Beth El C ngregation. a charter membei the Miami Hebrew i nd Congregation and Chevra K lisha. Relatives and friends sked to attend. Golden Agers To Meet \>IVI T Chaplain National Commander Harold Russell of AMVETS ai I this week the appointment Rabbi Ducili > W( inbi rs : I pie Ohabei Shalon B kline, Mass as national chi AMVETS for a t rm I ni year. He succeeds Fathi I %  '. ncis Wallace %  ; : sse, Wis Rabbi V. ;ed in the O.n Sunday afternoon. DecemSi uth P n the Ai : %  2a M • pm the Golden Ag lains Corps and attained the rank F::endship Club of the Miami ol major. Hi is the si rlergyJewish Community Center will : man of the Jewish fail hold a special meeting. At that as national chaplain in AMVETS lime the r. ominations committee I—the only War II veti ns' will present the slate of officers ganization chartered by C >ngress. for thf coming year. Nominations j will also be accepted from the Board To Meet Door All members are urged to A ^^ meetJng of ^ G:( ,., : I Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held at the home of Mrs. Reva Schwartz. 2692 Alton Road. Miami Beach, on Tuesday. December 27. at 11 a.m. Brunch will be served. Card playing is planned for the afternoon. Wet Planter To Open Hog Raoituf Meei Monday the col Ken' -'' %  ; n un 1 "-acing." will swing X ni 8ht for a Ji-night meeting, %  V1 | ready f or the big openI at the VuW. ^famous greyhound track is lf : %  ng dogs, among them derby champions who :v America's leading g Th e ra ng strip • West Flaghas been resurfaced and is finest in the counry. Keo %  certain to go Q, n n nK mt0 awards bel r the 1848-50 meeting comes to a close Leading the parade of stars asjled at West Flagler and awaiting the colorful opening is world Champion Beachcomber, a hound owned by Paul Suthttd which has turned in the unbelievable by smashing through with 85 triumphs. Beachcomber holds the world record for wins. : is i nlv one of many gri at mds and derby stars assi ml li d : u the 1949-50 %  %  meeting. %  '•' %  : Kennel Club is I track in the iss starting r % %  an at all mds while they are I awaiting bunny. West Flagler times the l-10th ol nd • %  aul %  < clock. lial this gigantic dock ich standbetter than five feet is ble to all ns at the 1 This clock : i n the box opens si I greyn thi while an lock at the fini West Flaj II present anyear The .•iint line will I inted < ach day in the V the first track .n the coui %  ature. The famous Flagler photoPAGE SEVEr-. Col. Kelly To Speak Col. Tom Kelly, commander of the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion, will address the members ol the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon club on v. December 23. at 12:15 p.m. at thi' Downtowner Restaurant. Seybold Arcade. Kelly, commanding officer of the National Guard unit in Greater Miami, has seen active service in the Orient, and is an authority on Army relations in the Pacific. Subject of Col. Kelly's address will be: "What Are We Doing To Prepare For A Strong Peace?" WITH L CANADA DRY/'lj Ginger Ale /'mvm \ BOTTLE Lift Insurance Eitatai Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Lift me. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-99B1 See or phone me 'or your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS (h^ CHICKS SQtfPS UtU* tUa*t we*'HOROWITZ MARGARETEN CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH MATZOH :."c BALLS *WITH KREPLACH WITH NOODLES • ^5jj>> WITH l\J4Ws\ CLEAR f'lU The •••. i.Hi you ll't Th. mmmi '.II. you it's KoeAe'l *"" >"y P., m Oietributore, Inc.-* N.E. 24th St.. Miami-P*!" finish camera to record the finishing and Mannie Gates' West Flagler orchestra are among other features at the track. Jacob Sher. president, and Vice Presidents I. Benjamin and S. C. Levenson have spent untiring efforts to give racing fans at West Flagler the ultimate in greyhound racing. More than 600 greyhounds have been registered at the track, while 32 of the nation's top racing kennels, including such well-known names as Randle Bros.. Ohlinglcr & Blair, R. K. Hutchings, Samuel Baxendale. Paul Sutherland. J. W F.walt. James Brown, and Oswald Bros. Kennel will race canines at the Flagler oval. Sisterhood Will Honor Dr. Kaplan The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will honor Dr. Jacob ii Kaplan rabbi emeritus of the temple, ai a reception on Friday, Decembei 2.-,. following services Oil the 01 casion of his seventy-fifth birthday. Mrs. Herbert U. Fiebelman and Mrs. Frank A. Perlman are chairmen of the affair. Serving with them are the Mesdames Ma> Meisel. Harry Nevins. Adoipl. 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' PAGE EIGHT *JeistFk>ridlian FRIDAY. DECEMBER I f 23, I I %  r %  %  Mrs. Joseph .If. Solomon Marilyn Kantor Becomes Mrs. Solomon Living at 2402 S.W. 12th St. are and Mrs. Joseph M. Solomon. -.vhose marriage took place at the Phyllis Kapp Studio on Novem| 6 The bride is the former Marilyn Kantor. daughter of A. B. Kantor. 1399 N.W. 20th St.. and the late Mrs. A. H. Gross. Mr. non is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Solomon. 1900 S.W. 17th Terr. The bridal gown was ballerina length mauve taffeta. With it she .. re .. pale pink illusion veil and carried a white bible belonging to the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Harriet Pilton. Jacksonville, her sister's only attendant. A-i re pale green taffeta. Philip Solomon was best man for ins ther and ushering wen Kenneth Lipman, Mitchell Goldman. Herbert Quartin and Sam Le/ine. brother-in-law of the brideA reception foil iwed the cere• ny. Mrs Solomon was gradu.. .. t\ : m Miami Beach High School and waactive in USO work .u tinwar. Her husband Mas ated from Stanford Univ i -.tv ..ml Ohio State Univ and served in the armed forces imost thret years. The newlyweds honeymooned ;: the F rt Montague Hotel in Nassau. Jamaica Trip Follows Haber-Wilck Nuptials Miss Harriet Syelle Wilck became the bride of Albert Herman Haber on Sundav at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the 4:30 p.m. service. The bride is the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Herman R. Wilck. 1200 S.W. 23rd Ct. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Haber, Saratoga Springs and Miami Beach. For the ceremony, the bride wore a duchess satin gown with scalloped off-shoulder bertha outlined with satin rosettes. Her lace-trimmed veil was held by a seed pearl tiara. The bride's mother ch( beige gown with silver beading tor the occasion and the bridegroom's mother wore a ci coa lace-trimmed dress. A reception followed the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to Jamaica. BWI, the couple will reside at 1200 S.W. 23rd Ct. The encasement of Miss Gloria Berna Philips to a Miamian. I.t. Eli Gersten. was announced at a party given by her mother. Mrs. Charles Philips, Los Angeles. Lt. Gersten is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Gersten. 3040 S.W. 15th St. A graduate of Alabama Tech, he is stationed in Los Angeles with the Army Veterinary Corps. Miss Philips attended Rochester Tech, Rochester, N. Y., and Los Angeles City College. VICTOR HOTEL Cur famous AIR CONDITIONED DINING ROOM IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC serving del.cious STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS W< .::. n w acci pting Reservatii ns on the AMERICAN' PLAN at reasonable rates. DANCE PATIO-MOVIES-TELEVISION Orchestra CALL 5-0041 12th AND OCEAN DRIVE Mr. Joseph Wtldrr.an— Owrer THE NEWEST, FINEST PASTRY SHOP IN THE SOUTH! STAR PASTRY SHOP 1677 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. FOR DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 58-7530 See one oi the newest finest pastry shops in the South this unique new shop features c? glass-enclosed bakery open to the view of the public in order that you may watch every operation. HUNGARIAN AMERICAN JEWISH BAKING Under strict Rabbinical Supervision Mr. Star is a Member of the Board of Directors of Beth Jacob Synagogue Most Delicious Friday-night Challes in the South! Special attention to Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and other Social Functions Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kullbach of Westfield, Mass.. will arrive this week to spend the winter with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker, 1121 S.W. 2nd St. Also arriving to winter with the Beckers is Mrs. Rebecca Novick oi Brooklyn, N. Y., their aunt. + Miss Joyce Rosengarten, a student at Ohio State University, will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, 5860 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. She will have as her guest Miss Marilyn Zanville of Toledo, Ohio. Both girls are members of Sigma Delta Tau sorority at Ohio State. Marvin Kranz arrived from Gainesville, where he is taking graduate work at the University of Florida, to spend the holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. + Arriving Friday to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., is their son, Alfred, who is a senior at Harvard College. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Goldman, 901 3rd St., Miami Beach, for several weeks are their son, Sidney; his wife, Sylvia; and his daughter, Laurie, all of New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, 2143 S.W. 6th St., have returned from a four-month stay in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also included in their itinerary were Nassau, Panama, Lima, Peru; Santiago, Chile; and Rio de Janiero, Brazil. In Argentina the Miamians visited their nephews and nieces and made a tour of Jewish schools and organizations. %  %  *. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr., motored to Deland last weekend to attend the graduation of their son, Frank, Jr., from Stetson University. Miss Joyce Aronovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aronovitz, 240 S.W. 22nd Avenue Road, will leave for Jacksonville Monday. She will remain there for a week before leaving for Tallahassee, where she is a senior at Florida State University. Jordan Bittel, a student at Harvard Law School, is spending the holidays until after New Year's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bittel of 3010 Alton Road, Miami Beach. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Florida Blue Key and Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic and other fraternities. + + Vacationing at the Hollywood Beach Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robinson and their daughter. Gale, and son, Sandy. Mr. Robinson is head of the Manischewitz wine division in New York. Evelyn Bauer, 2868 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, recently returned from a three-week stay in New York, where she was the houseguest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Neugebauer. Highlights of her trip included a family Thanksgiving dinner and birthday party for her daughter, Ruth Gladys Finkelstein; the installation of her daughter into Arista, a junior high school honor society; and a reunion luncheon with co-counselor, Jane David, parents and children of the Blue Mountain Camps, East Stroudsburg, Pa., where she served as camp counselor last summer. •* -* •* Home for the holidays from Harvard Law School, where he is a junior, is Alan Westin, son of the Irving Westins, 1021 W. 46th St., Miami Beach. Alan took his underqraduate work at the University of Florida, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kapa Phi, the varsity debate team and numerous other honoraries. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried cf Roselle, N. J., will arrive Friday, December 23, to visit Mrs. Fried's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th Terr. A number of parties have been planned tor the couple during their stay. They will return North on January 3. + On winter vacation from Columbia University where he is a medical student, Larry Rubin, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin, Collins Ave., Miami Beach, is beinq entertained by his many fr:ends in the area at various affairs in his honor. Larry, a qraduate of Miami Beach Hiqh School, is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Cordially invites you to attend a Siyam Hatorah Sunday evening, December 25th, at 7 P.M. At the Congregation 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue Sunny B< Betrothal Revealed! Mr. and Mrs, Frank Bed 2837 Pinetree Dr.. Miami Bea and Barnngtori. H | nounced the en n t of ,|. daughter. Sur.ny. to Sheldon Blank, son of the 1) ivid Blan 4307 Alton Road M mi Bea The wedding is scheduled early March. Miss Berge: a;:, nried send in New England and gradual from Miam: Beach High. She! now a sophomon at the Uf versity of Miami where she longs to Alpha Ep>:],,n Phi. Her fiance attended Mia schools and served in the pal troopers during the war. He ii graduate of '.h< University of i ami. where in was affiliated wa Pi Lambda Phi fraternity Hel in business with his father. Arthur Sorosky Will Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs Louis Soros! 1355 S.W. 22i nnim jJ the Bar M v. : their Arthur, on Saturday, Deeemll 24. at the Mia n Hebrew Srhl and Cong..... • 1101 S.W. lj Ave. The Bar Mitzvah will condJ services and i.iress the cnngl gation. Ri.i Simon April officiate. The young n, n attends She andoah Jun. r High and plays| the school band Hi is a numb of Scout Tro %  ; 5, which is spa sored by tin Miami Hebn School and Coi tion. A reception %  :11 follow ceremony and relatives friends are inviti '. i attend. Leslie Twins Will Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Si lomon H. Lea announce the Bar Mitzvah] their twin sons, J hnny and Rd ney, to be held Saturday, cember 24. at 9 a n Jacob Synagi a % urdiiies BOOTH SALE! CUFF LINK SET! Holiday specie!! Plai| sculptured designs, metrics and pastel tones the group. Geld color in I box. Burdine'a. Miami Floor. AIM t Bu>-d<* %  ..ch .nd Fort W %  tCM Boot" *eit f" derdal*



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gas WGE TWELVE -Jmistncridiar !" KAY. DECEMBER i lonal ADL Cliai rum n To Spoak At Choral Group Formed Ulllli Boaoh Center Oll .1.11111.1 TV I I All residents of Miami Beach who have sung with choral units are invited to join the newly or' ganizcd adult mixed choral group. According to Manuel Tanenbaum, the group has been organized to sing light classical music purely for the love of singing. More voices are needed in all sections and anyone interested in joii i tked to con acl Tani nn %  :. 58-3154. Justice Me:er Sto ; nbrink, a national ch3 : rman of the AntiDefamation League, presents Presiden'. Harry S. Truman with the filit copy of "How Secure There Rights." the Anti Defamation League's up-to-lhe-minute report on Anti-Semitism in the United States The presentation took p!ac? recently in fhs President's study in the White House. Judge Ste: lit rink will appear at the Jewish Center en Wednesday, J;nu?ry 11. under the joir.t sponsors ; p o'. :he Miami 3each Lodge. B'nai B'rith, and the Women's Chapter. Meier £teinbrink, naChief Justice Charles Evans tiona thi Anti-De;.. :. n I gut ol B'nai B'rith, .. : st appearance h< ::i a community-w :>:%  open i ting on Wednesday, January • i M : Beach Jewish i' %  -. I7th St. and Wash Av! %  • %  aking un lei I le i lint i p m: thi Miami Beach L >dge Chapti r of B'nai 1 Judg Sti nk will out1 his ddress In this Hughes ;n the 19hi aircraft investigation and was also counsel for the congressional committee investigating war department expenditures in 1922. At the ners inal request of President Herbert ver in 1929. Steinbrjtffe became the Republican loader in Kings County, retaining this pesi until 1931. He beaame a justici ii the New York State Supreme Court in 1932 and entered the Correction In lasl w It's Ji < sh Fl i n :orded that ovei 100 I en • %  1 ihe th Israi : l longregation exereii on Su i Wi .' en a1 • report that .is ins .: %  ts had o bi set i i nmodate the n lanj tor his int< -g >up' l< ade i| ,n l<)42 the Jewish Culture I n of Nt w Yoi k Univ i sit % %  .i.'. arded him their dis.ingu shi t 28. at 10:30 a.m. On the reception committee were Harry Sirkin, president of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IX Till-: CIIH'l'IT I'Ol'RT II|THE I ITU .II'I'ICIAI. FlRCl'IT IN AMi I--,ii: nAi>K i'<>i'\rv i-'i.i I RIDA.— IX I'HAXCKItY, XI28S4II. I. %  : I'KKI.K, I'l ntil i :I.IS \ Til JIXXIK K< '. ; i IUMOS1, Demi 'Tie in.is vni-rrn HNXII: i: iSPHIIJoSI, I '• I %  I ; w -i Jlili SI %  ( su %  i I N -.-' % %  Three Mia %  l '' %  \< %  VKK RBCJtriRKI > to file Ith the I'lrl'k ill I • : I %  M F In. r foefoi e tbi ,i ,.-• i--, i.n ., • -ill brought \ ,,u, in 'l-l lull -i wh ll.'h .-< ,lt.,>i %  •< iy be i nten ,1 l von III INK AM' ORHKRKI) -' M mil, Klorblii I J %  — i '.•' % %  \ |.. %  K II. I.EATHKKM \ >i, '•.,. %  .i i 'ourt. (I'iiiull Court Si .,ii Uj i: II RICE, H:. I 'i ;, it., I "!• i Ii. IS :• %  I ii1 : I Ulf-fg resation and Mrs S Rogers, p^, Qf J.Hj "A GOOD NAME le more to be treasured than riches." P'Owrfci GORDON' FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZE:EVERY THING A GOOD NAMB IMPLIES art •: am to be adopted service of the Anti-Defamation -. Anti-Dei mation Leaeue League as chairman of the eastern 1950 to combat anti-Semitism regional board of director.the and to n good human rela-! following year. He assumed the post of national chairman of the Steinbrink's legal career began i 1901 in New York City. He vi I as assistant L'nited States Anti-Defamation League in 1945 succeeding the late Sigmund Livingston who founded the leaA"-"-nov General associated with gue 36 years ago. Shown with Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan at a dinner given in honor of Dr. Kaplan's seventy-fifth birthday is David Rosner. operator of the Delmonico Hotel, where the affair was given. The dinner was tendered by the rabbis of Greater Miami and rabbis from the entire state atttended. Miami's Foremost Vegetarian Dti'.nj and Fish RESTAURANT NOW OPEN SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS fill Washington Ave *f t B. W. c — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Reach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite S02 — Phone 5-5419 LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by NOTICE AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN Till-: CIRCI'IT COl'RT OF Till-: I-:I. I:\KNTII .iri'i'iAi. riRCflT 'K FLORIDA, IN AND POR I'AI'i: "•MINTY. I 1.' IRIDA. IN fHANCKin No. 1291 IS l.i'lis M'BoWHKY, Plaintiff, vs. I'KI.IA I.IC.i'WSK V. Defrmlant. TO: MRS. ('ELM l.l'BOWSKY ,i : i Mcndcnny Avenui .i.-i -,-\ i"iti i. Xi .1 -i .-• %  > Yon. '"i.l-iA I.I 'I'.nw si< V. are hereby notified and ordered 'to appear and anawer, or otherwise plead, to the Bill "l Complain! for Divorce filed l.y LOUIS) Ll'BOWHKV agalnal you .II the above entitled rauee, •-" or before the 30th day of January, 1*50. nrherwiae Ih* nllegatlonii of nald Bill ,li be taken an confeaaed afftlnal \ Mil DATED thin 27th day of December, 1949, .it Miami, Dade County, IHorlda. i: B LEATHERMAN, i'l, ik of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court s. ,li By WH. W. STOCKINO, Deputy Cleric. LEO 8HEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-OB Pacific Dtiildinc Miami 82, Florida U' :y I '6-18-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT Q1VEN that the unil,-rslKn-,l. dealrlng to I-IIPIK'In liiisiiu-ss in:. l.-r th. fii-tltioua name of REALTY APPRAISAL ASSOCIATES at 414 B.W. 11th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intemls to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.ule '"Miintv. Flnrida. HENRY S. ORU8HKIN S*,le Owner 12 SO l (-13-20-27 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 familie = &f **** &f GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director LISTEN TO BIRNBAUM'S JEWISH RADIO PROGRAM WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. Always Interesting Always New Features Always Live Talent PERSONNEL JOSEPH BIRNBAUM. Director HYMAN BIRNBAUM. Slat Artist CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER. 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PAGE TEN vJenisfi noridian FRIDAY. DE CEMflFP i | Solomon To Play Here TuoMlav Solomon, the British pianist, who this year on his first real American tcui is sending the critics lushing to their dictionaries for new superlatives to doscribe his playing, will appear in recital on Tuesday evening. December 27. for the Community Concert Series presented under the auspices of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach in the Beach high school auditorium. Very little is known of Solomons private life, the one-named pianist shying away from the glamour treatment, preferring to let his pianistic proficiency speak for him. On his previous appearances in this country he was extravagantly praised by the musical cognoscenti to a degree that makes one wonder why this is only his third visit in two decades. An unusual reflection on Solomi n's playing is that he gives the impression, as he plays, of listening, even as the audience: that it is pleasure to enjoy the ric*h resonant tone he produces, and his challenge to make it the means of .. vital, imaginative] musical experience. Perhaps the highest compli-1 men! paid to Solomon's artistry I was written bv Winthrop Sar-1 gi ant in the New Yorker maga' zine of October 15: "Midway thi ugh the program I stopped analyzing S lomon and forgot and his piano :n the spell of t:i' music itself. i fjomi thing thai happens 1 ~r.<. and when il does I feel that 1 am in the presi n< i I a -.:;•• lativt ai tisl A recepti n ai I i< Lord Ti t n H • :. m 8 to 10 p.m. D 26 .... nisi Heim Conducts Service For Flagler-Granada Leo Heim conducted the traditional Chanuka candlelighting service at the last meeting of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center on Thursday. November 15. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Selections were also offered by the group's women's choral unit, under the direction of Mrs. Paul Drazcr. Leo Rothstein. entertainment chairman, discussed final plans lor the New Year's eve dance to be held at the woman's club. Admission will be five dollars per couple and will include buffet supper and an entire evening of entertainment. Reservations must be made four davs before the affair oy calling Rothstein or any member of his committee, wnich includes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirschner. Mrs. Sol Nissinoff. Mrs. Ralph Lang and Mrs. Bob Tiauman. The group is conducting services on Saturday morning at 9 c clock at 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Olipliant Gained Frat President Elmer Oliphant of Miami was recently named president of the Pi Lambda Phi Chapter at the University of Florida. Also elected were Melvyn Frumkes, Miami Beach, archon.. Ei nest Berthe, Lakeland, scribe: Ed Presser. Jacksonville, Keeper of the exchequer: Buddy Lopatin. Miami Beach, marshall. Initiated into the fraternity on December 7 was Jules Whitman of Miami Beach. Mrs. Clein To Be Hostess Mrs, William Clein will be hostess at a benefit luncheon and card party for DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women at her home, 1860 S.W. 4th St., on Thursday, December 29. at 12:30 p.m. Proceeds will go to the Children's Village in Camp Ranana, Israel. Mrs. Sam Geltner is chairman of the affair. Assisting her are Mrs. Julia Levy, co-chairman, and the Mesdames Jacob Katz, Bessie Mallah, Rose Pertes. Abe Rosenberg and Samuel Wilchyk. SAUL KENHOLZ NORMAN MENDELSON Kenholz Kosher Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Abneria Ave.) Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York WHOLESALE & RETAIL WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS We are under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky, Director AUTOLOCH HARDWARI 1304 N. E. Second We Ha iv.W.t .Vowed-A Not Assnemted \v\ Any Other Co J Drive In For Sales | J Auto Locks & Kel Speedometers and Win! Wipers & Washer] Safety Sheet & Pi a J Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Replacement Rubber FJ Leaking Doors, Tru We Guarantee Our PH. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon j. pi ON THE OCEAN at 12th St. OUR KOSHER DINING ROOM S NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Ph. 5-670 cnaafcas^y Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th Si BERNIE "SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catennq Service PHONE 9-0573 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Oft Miami Ave. I MONDAY Nl _^r^-.— % % %  %  i-——-> %  „•—* *f iii • X m fl ^k A i \ • %  V %  $&1 \ % \ and to* FREE SOUVENIRS TO EVERYONE POST TIME 8 P.M. ADM. 25c Buses Oppose Royat Theatre WESTFLAGLER ST. at 37&AVE


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Council Asks Israel To
ill Transfer Of Capital
. JTA)The I incompatible w
T,,.:. Council lust of paragraph two ol tl
Lopteda ilution, though
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I 594!, f. ;: wing the vote
[resolution, the Council ad-
4 until its regular session
iHic:ng January 19 in
_JEWISH^UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30, 1943
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Miami Mourns Rabbi Zwitman;
1200 Attend Funeral S
Over 1200 persons turned out Sunday
ervices
ipite passage of this strong-
resolution, the vote
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Lebanon. A
lution was ar
ficult the implemi ntal f the
statute of .1> i u- i]i
the Council is entru I
"2. Requests thi pn lident ul
the Trusteeship Ci un< ;1
invite the g ivernment of
submit a written statement on
the matters covered bv this res -
lution, and to revoke these n
and
.. .1 ... h ;.
.vhich
: II
I ving !,
m behalf of th ; ei .:
r"DD,s- lh. memorial prayer was
chanted i mtor Samuel Kele-
ures and to abstain from .
action liable to hinder the im- mer and J,; ;' nan. presi
plementation of the General As- ,""' ',f ,h' congregation, de-
semblv
resolution; (b) tu keen
id Lebanon. A, closel Jn (()U,.h h I
phrased lesolunon was ar-ents ; Jerusalem wh,,(. '.',
albv the joint efforts of | Councj, js >
'.Belgium and the Philip-
lor the purpose of getting
Mmanimous vote. The Arab
amended the proposal with
iger Iangu.im.' and the result-
|?ote on the whole resolution
gb: seven abstentions, with
Eitions in favor. No negative
i were cast.
lose abstaining were Aus-
China. Dominican Re-
Singer Announces
Campaign Leaders
Confidence that the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will be a
resounding success when it is
officially launched was expressed
livered a eulogy.
Burial was in Graceland Mem-
orial Cemeterj undei the direc-
tion of Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Miami Beach.
All of the rabbis of Greater
Miami and members of Temple
Israel's board of directors were
honorary pallbearers. Active pall-
bearers were Dr. Harold Rand,
M irton Rusick, Norman Liebling,
Herbert Schwarz, Max Orovitz
and Adolph Wertheimer.
Although he had been gravely
ill since his return from service
United Slates. Voting in
rwere Belgium, France, Iraq,
ico and the Philippines. Two
ias-l'. S. and the Soviet
(abstained on every para-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, as he made public-
top campaign leadership.
In addition to Dan Ruskin. who
has been named chairman, of-
fto. the resolution. The text | {icers f ,hl, I950 drive are Mjt
ireIu.ion ,,s amended by; chell Wolfson, treasurer; San
pib states leads as follows:, Blank. Sam Friedland, Moses
Trusteeship Council, con-, Ginsburg, Abe Goodman. Sam
at the removal to Jeru-! Katz and Jacob Zisk.nd. honor-
of certain ministries and ary vice chairmen.
1 departments of the gov- i Unit chairmen include Sam
m oi Israel, considering Blank, pace setters: Arthur L'n-
'gnores and is | gar. Sam Friedland. Jack Ablin,
initial gifts: Abe Goodman. Her-
bert Scher, special gifts: Jack
Ablin, winter residents; Lei
Chaikin. Aaron Kanner. trades:
Joseph M. Rose, Harrj Sirkin.
hotel; Mrs. Carl Weinkle, women:
Mrs. Louis Glasser. metropolitan:
Gilbert Rappaport. young adult;
Fred Berkowitz. youth.
sins Flood
>el Coast
AVIV. (JTA)Fifteen
nd immigrants living in
i reception camps along
st near Nathanya are fac-
|mt*arable conditions owing
heavy rains flooding the
area aiound the camps, it
[disclosed this
grounds have
Pep mud.
week. The
been turned
>d the dampness is pene-iep
I everywhere.
rsand fathers can be seen
* 'heir infants in their
gmg t keep them dry
"ie> themselves are knee-
i'nd water inside
Sam Lachmun, J. Gerald Lewis.
I of a rabbi, a Catholic prie I
and a Protestant minister. When
he entered the service as an Army
chaplain in 1941). a testa: in a]
dinner was given by communitj
leaders in recognition ol his
service to Greater Miami and the
state.
Entering the Army in June.
l!)4.i. he served in installations in
the United States and the Philip-
pines. At Camp Charles lie was
cited by his commanding officer
for his influence on the lives of
the men in the training center.
He employed a jeep to ride a cir-
cuit of signal corps training cen-
ters in New Jersey. For this work
i he received commendation from
I the commanding general of the
Eastern Signal Corps Center.
Transferred to the Pacific area.
Rabbi Zwitman served both the
Army and the Navy in Manila.
Samar Island in Batangas. com-
muting by plane and jeep. Again
' he received commendation for
his work.
Rabbi Zwitman was organizer
of a project to rebuild the Maniia
synagogue, which had been blown
up by the Japs in their flight
from the city, as a memorial to
American war dead of all faiths.
Returning to his post at Temple
Israel in June. 1946. the rabbi
was given an honorary commis-
sion in the Army Reserve by
President Truman. He was the
first Jewish chaplain in the na-
tion to receive this award. He
was also cited by the National
Jewish Welfare Board for "his
service to American and world
Jewry."
In February of this year during
Brotherhood Week. Rabbi Zwit-
man was one of three Miamians
to receive a citation for "dis-
tinguished services in bettering
human relations."
, JERUSALEM, JTA useless to launch a discussion of J^ SfJ^S &&
Israel Knesset after a year of foreign policy until next week. On Michael. He is also survived by
meetings in Tel Aviv, resumed the other hand, leaders of the his father. Philip, and a sister,
Herul and General Zionist parties Thehna, of Jbnu and j, brother,
they might press for
immediate discussion on for-
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. eign policy and on Jerusalem.
Rabbi Colmati Zwitman
h!U /''^I'!nd' ,rU,SS^- bv William D. Singer, president f a chaplain fa the South Pacific, 1936. Born in Palestine, he
- >vuu. win in i aicoiintr. IIC l"t?~
me young rabbi had continued ceived his education at New York
fits religious and civic activities University. Columbia University
and last Mav was named out- and the Jewish Institute of Re-
scinding citizen ol Jfedfe County j hgion. where he was a favorite of
tor 1948. The citation was made the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise.
for "promoting the welfare of all In 1940 he became affiliated
X ?\_. ~ lwith tne Miami Round Table of
Kabbi Zwitman. 39 years old. the National Conference of Chris-
iias served Temple Israel since tians and Jews radio forum, com-
Knesset Sessions
Reopen In Jerusalem
Also on the campaign executive paration for a general debate on
ommittee, which includes of- foreign po icy especially in con- ninwaJinat
icers and unit chairmen, are' nection with the Jerusalemi issue, an immedia
Nathan of New York City.
while separate motions of censure
lutelv
,'" helpless and many
" navt contracted pneu-
rinff.rm'a1''"""1- according to
Eed,quarters- calls not
"immediate aid. but for an
/Se "Nation.
2.000 children living in
., fa'nanya and the sur-
l^T where thev wil1
'emporarily With regular
A report from Jaffa
'our sistei
rats.
pur
'lhe>' '(sided.
P**. reports
'is in one family
torren
house
led, ";hen the Torrential
collapsed a
'say that
in
from the
on the Jerusalem issue. Mr.
Sharett reported on Wednesday
to the foreign affairs committee
of the Knesset.
Leaders of the coalition indi-
cated, meanwhile, that it was
'"any settlements
P"thern desert have been
suit of the rains.
1 e? laden with
*.ncv
and
medicines have been
* fiS?poinls-The re-
Igties, tot settlers re-
1 Arrnv""^"1^ were senl
I,but J. 'u,'s and civilian
kecau* ,'LcomPeed to re-
Strtni s1Ja11 va"eys
deep st?" ^,med '"to swift
%" breams and were *n-
*as L... apai V(?uth group
J 20 k I"8 ,heN^ev was
whJn,Telers south f
- en the>r truck broke
Ansin, R. Williams Apte. Joseph
Arkin, Leonard Barr. S. I. Bern-
baum. Shepard Broad. Ben Dan-
baum, Mrs. Ben Danbaum. Leo
Eisenstein, Leon Ell. Joseph
Fenias, Irving Frankel. Dr. S.
Frehling. Sam Friedland, Joseph
Gardner, Ben Giller. Mrs. Abe
Goodman, Dr. M. Goodman. Emil
Gould, Abe Halperin. Benjamin
Kane, Howard Kane. Leon Kap-
lan. Mrs. Alex Kogan. Ralph
Lackman, Sam C. Levenson
David Levenson, Mrs. J. G. Lewis.
Marcie Liberman. Joseph Lipton.
Sam Luby. Dr. Louis Lytton. Sam
Magid, Maury Mason, Baron di
Hirsch Meyer. Ben Meyers. I gregutiun by Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
Mintzer. Joseph Morris. Mrs mon Steiner from the Sterner
Stanley C. Myers, Dr. Harold home at 829 Espanola Way to the
Rand, Matilda Ratner. Joseph synagogue ai 1415 Euclid Ave.
Richter. Sam Rest, Seymoui Sunday at 4 p.m.
Rubin. Lawrence Sapero. Monte Raobi Isaac II Ever, spiritual
Selig, Mrs. Monte Selig. Hairy ieader, delivered the dedication
Simonhoff. Milton Sirkin. Carl sermon and Cantoi Berele Kele-
Suaskind, Harold Turk. Alex Van mer rende liturgical
Straaten, Leonard Wuri. Dr.|musical program.
was quoted as announcing he
would formally demand the re-
signation of Mr. Sharett.)
The General Zionists have also
.~>0- Esearts Torah
To Sviiagu<
Thousands ol people standing
in the streets vigorously ap-
Progress Reported
In Peace Talks
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Negotia-
tions leading toward permanent
peace relations between Israel
and Transjordan have advanced
substantially, reliable circles re-
drafted a resolution calling on the ported. These informants added
Knesset to adopt article one of that the negotiations thus far
th. proposed Israel constitution nad tourhed upon all issues pend-
proclaim.ng Jerusalem the capita ing between the two nations, in-
of the Jewish state. The General ciuding transit facilities, a sub-
Ziomsts contend that the transfei ject of prime importance to both
of government offices from Tel narties
Aviv to Jerusalem would be A week ago was stated a
stivngthened by such an act. hiph official of the British Foreign
The financial and foreign af- I office conferred with a prominent
fairs committees of the Knesset Transjordan authority when cer-
nlniHi'H a tittv ear procession ....j... ...,.t. ..,, tc,-
whteh escorted a Sefer Torah s.tjrtef.w:L^.fa'"1-vl/llllJmoJr"u'n.eJ tain questions outstanding De-
nied to Kneseth Israel Con-
preser
A subcommittee started debate
regarding technical arrangements
for accommodating the Knesset
in Jerusalem since present facili-
ties are inadequate. It is esti-
mated that construction of a per-
manent parliament building
would take at least two years.
tween Israel and Transjordan,
which had remained stumbling-
blocks tc a permanent settlement
of differences, were resolved.
Charles Werblow.
800 Polish Immigrants
Arrive In Israel
HAIFA, (JTA) About 800
Jewish immigrants from Poland
landed here last week. It was
reported that Polish authorities
orchestra
under the direction of Louis
Drucker led the procession. Danc-
ing took place in the streets and
the synagogue.
The dedication ol Sefer Torah
was in conjunction with a com-
Olete week of celebration which
started Decembe, 16 and closed
with a buffet supper
I IV% Hoard Is
Reorganized
NEW YORK. (JTA)Recon-
struction of the United Palestine
Israel Passing Through
Agrarian Revolution,
Official Declares
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Israel
today is passing through an
agrarian revolution and "in the
next decade we shall pin to the
Appeal board of directors to in- soil at least a third of the pop-
elude representatives from 24'. ulation." Levi EshkoL head of
major communities and eight I the Jewish Agency's agricultural
regions throughout the U. S. was
announced by Judge Morris
Rothenberr. U.P.A. acting na-
tional chairman. The U.P.A. will
>n December
,m.'at the social hall with
permitted them to take only it- ./;nd;n[. Many dignitaries,
stricted quantities of personal be ..., _
longings. Israel Barzilai. Israel
Minister to Poland, arrived here ^ ^^..........
for h ponsultations^on problem. ^'^ud- j Foundation Funded ,the Jevvish
arising out of
from Poland
oJ^Isr^l'-bounS state and, federal loaders, inc
department, declared recently. He
said that 150 agricultural settle-
ments would be founded in the
current Jewish year, at a cost of
28 million pounds ($78,000,000).
Of this sum. the government
would contribute 6,000.080 pounds
he said, and the Jewish Agency
and the Jewish National Fund
1
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