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fewiislb-IEIlioipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY NUMBER 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS lonferees To )r. Neumann nuel Neumann of New ne r executive member pish Agency for Palesprincipal speaker at [iet which will close the Southeastern regional %  e of the Zionist Organ• America. I ely 300 persons are %  to attend the meet which linue from Friday, De|, through Monday, De. The concluding banquet Dr. Neumann, who at|ie Jerusalem conference n ber. will speak is schedMunday at 7 p.m. in Vhitman Hall of Beth ^nagogue. will be devoted to pret sessions. Ben R. Winick. e, Tenn., will be chairsession will open on at 8 p.m. Mayor Harold Miami Beach, Seymour nan, conference chairman, Straaten, president of am. Beach District, and Grossman, regional ^h piesident, will welcome es. speakers will be Rabbi I Mescheloff, Adalbert fan of Atlanta, Ga., regionutive director, and Winick. lorning session on Sunday b'clock will be highlighted (address by Louis A. Falk. |ice president. A feature of nche.m session will be a •rship clinic conducted by i IV. President Abraham leim. national membership Ian, will be elected at 4 Sunday. In the evening a bl evening featuring Branlamp activities will be held : Beach Jewish Cenpncy Mazer of Birmingham Israeli folk dancing K P( tach Tikvah Senior G up and a movie, "DesJn—Shalom," taken .and by Joseph Pardo, will be Ittractions at the session. pidney Marks of New York, \ executive secre|will .-peak at the general ing Monday at 10 Iday's luncheon at the Ritz I Hotel will be dedicated to s Youth Foundation. May of Nashville, Tenn. de and Dr. Shlomo ector of the Brandeis i Foundation, will be principeaktr. Maj. Joseph Barak, nber of the Haganah, |ddress the afternoon session meet. laddition to featuring Dr. pan, the banquet will also pe installation of officers, p cantata by Rabbi Leon I :sh and Samuel Kelemer. paster will be Seymour B. %  n^n. who is chairman of the tntiun. lonhoff Returns )m Travels Abroad |wish Floridian Columnist f'V Simonhoff returned to |mi this week after spending and one-half months in f;>pc and Israel pnonhoff, who sailed from r xork aboard the MaureP on June 6, has been filing ywnes from England, Ireacotland, Sweden, Den, • Germany, Holland and Irfi S u ln !' e his departure. Imonhoffs -Til Say" promises Inf. L ed Wlth chf >'ce stories Hit i S ii ravela which he has | yet told. The United Jewish Appeal, which provides the funds for a world-wide program of relief, rehabilitation end resettlement for needy and displaced Jews, has been reconstituted for the thirteenth consecutive year with the signing of an agreement by its three beneficiary agencies. Comprising the UJA are the United Palestine Appeal, whose main program is the absorption of Jewish immigrants into the productive framework of Isiiel; the Joint Distribution Committee, which is concerned with the relief of distressed Jews in European and Moslem lands; and the United Servic& for New Americans, which helps to rehabilitate and resettle displaced Jewish newcomers in the United States. Shown signing the agreement for 1951 are (seated. L to r.) Rudolph G. Sonneborn. national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal; Mrs. Louis Broida, first vice president of United Service for New Americans; Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. Looking on are (standing, 1. to r.) Ellis Radinsky, executive director of the United Palestine Appeal; and Moses Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. Sharett Talk Slated For CJFWF Meet Mosho Sharett, Foreign Mi: of Israel, will make his first public appearance this year be the Jewish communities of America at the nineteenth annual general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to be held this weekend, December 1-3. at the Shorehani Hotel, Washington, D. C, il announced by Stanley C. Myers, president. The Israel Foreign Minis speech will be a highlight of the national mobilization to I Jewish Overseas and Domestic Needs meeting on Sunday afternoon, December 3. Set as the closing session of the asembly, the mozilization will highlight the collective achievements of the welfare funds during the past five years and turn the national spotlight on their 1951 campaigns. Myers, who will also make a featured address at the mobilization, will point up the totality of n met by the Jewish communities here and overseas. Other major assembly speakers include Oscar R. Ewing. administrator of the Federal Security Agency; Julian Freeman, Indianapolis, chairman of the CJFWF I Committee on Stable and Unified I National Fund Raising: Herbert R. Abeles, Newark, chairman of the CJFWF Committee on Na: tional-Local Relations; Jerome N. Curtis. Cleveland, vice chairman of the CJFWF Committee on Community Organization; Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger, New York, president of the Synagogue Council of America; H. L. Lurie, CJFWF executive director: and Harold Glasser, director of the CJFWF Institute on Overseas ; Studies. Chest Workers Reach $329,302 Pace-setting Division A workers in the Dade County Community Chest passed the two-third mark in their part of the campaign this week when they brought in another $37,231 to their total to $257,655—66.2 petcent of their goal. The report of the Miami advance workers, added to amounts raised by the Miami Beach teams and other contributions, brought the total in the overall camp to S329.302. This is 38.4 per cent of the needed S857.000. Two prominent leaders in Greater Miami women's affairs will be co-chairmen of the metropolitan division of the campaign. They are Mrs. Frederick F. Ravin and Mrs. Lou.s Glasser. Now in process of organization, the metropolitan division will sign up some 3,500 volunteers to launch an area wide canvass of donors starting January 14. All civic and welfare organizations, as well as churches and h will be solicited under its direction. "A Great Miracle Happened There" Weisgd To Speak At UIT Dinner Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of the executive council of the Weizmann Institute of Sci Rehovoth. Israel, will headline the list of speakers at the testimonial dinner in honor of Prof. Harold C. Urey on Wedne %  December 6, at the Black Hotel. Miami Beach, it has been announced by Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman of the Greater Miami UIT Committee. Weisgal has been closely associated with President Chiam Weizmann for the past 30 years. 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%  Y nrrEMBER 1. 1950 %  Jewistiflnrk&>jn PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... I 0 ft P n comment on the difference in cities, L • lv due to architecture or styles in clothes. K re p seems to possess a character all its own. K tr-st between.foreign countries can be ati to differences in language and culture. But within the same country also has its lar atmosphere. This is particularly true in K'L"r'ican fashion, Tel Aviv and Jaffa have IS into a metropolis of 350,000 people—almost a f |'s population. As a consequence, this Vtv is in the rapid tempo of the 20th century. s overcrowded. When queuing up then standing compressed subway like, tell to remember that the state is hardly more I v years old. It is scarcely 40 years since a Uder of Ja ffa P latted sand dunes into lots, never lg thai he had started Tel Aviv. One feels a the humming business streets. On usses and autos fairly crowd your vement. The new city is primarily lotel, theatrical, and cafe I I nd sophistication. But Jaffa retains [ an Arab city, even if Jews from re occupying the houses vacated : the '">' frightened Moslems. Tel Aviv i dual, financial, artistic, and politiil the Knesset does moot in JeruCities In Israel By HARRY SIMONHOFF %  OIM C [ I have already written. Its tone \ I by the university. There is a proHal di ii'lateness about its pace. Jerusalem mifiecl nd pedestrian, as if conscious of its fed place in history. Priests carrying crosses, kmedans in mufti, and bearded Chassidim with belts flowing under fur hats are a constant ret that it is the only city in the world which all Jree religions can call the Holy City. The Port Haifa is probably the most representative city. The new and the old meet here and merge. It has the climates and elevations characteristic of the land. It is coastal, hilly, and flat; yet the busy water front seems to bear no relation to the suburbs on Mt. Carmel. Industrial and maritime, the city is more proletarian than bourgeois. The sections abandoned by the fleeing Arabs retain the stamp of the orient. Mosques for the faithful and institutions under the cross appear more prominent than synagogues. From the top of Carmel at night* the myriad of lights remind you of Los Angeles. On a clear day, the distant view of ships anchored in the blue Mediterranean is no less beautiful than Bergen in Norway or Naples from Mount Vesuvius. A Summer Resort Safad would retain iLs medieval character if the old-timers continue to elect the present mayor. This pietist regards the quaint atmosphere of Cabbalism and Chassidism as its invaluable asset. Under his administration, Safad is the only city which does not pester the government for subsidies to improve and to expand. It evidently is satisfied to remain stationary, with eyes reverted > I inctified past. But nothing can retard its ultimate progress. For it spreads on hills which dffi r the coolest climate to visitors ei to escape the arid heat of the desert or the sum humidity of the coastal plain. Hotels and pensions will in the near future cluster the summit of Mt. Canaan, which over shadows the city. Even now with inadequate facilities, Safad attracts on Lag B'omer 50,000 pilgrims who come to celebrate the Festival of Meron at the tomb of the Tanai and mystic, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Sunshine in Winter Tiherias as a shrine city ranks with Safad next to Jerusalem. Miamonides is buried near the grave of the savior of Judaism, Rabbi Jochanan ben Zakkai, who founded Yavne while the Roman legions were pulverizing the Judean state. The inaccessible tomb of Akiba on a hill can easily be seen from the Rambam's grave. But the most impressive tomb of all is the marble vault of Rabbi Mair bal Haness, overlooking beautiful Lake Kinereth. Tiberias, though as old and as holy, is the very opposite of Safad. Several hundred feet below sea level, it is the most torrid city in Israel, and consequently an admirable winter resort. It is as progressive as Safad is static. Hot water from the famous sulphur springs is being piped into a modern pavilion with bathing and swimming pool facilities. Hotels and apartments are springing up on the boulevard facing the Kinereth. a mountain girded lake, which for quiet charm and peaceful repose cannot be surprassed anywhere. A Fifth Column Nazareth is the all Arab city in Israel. The Jewish visitor senses an unexpressed resentment. Native Christians no doubt feel it a sacrilege for the home of Jesus to be in the Jewish state. Moslems are comforted with the thought that 40.000.000 surroun Arabs are their allies in blood and faith. The Communist group, with their representative in the Km lently banks on sympathy from the mlin. All in all, Nazareth is a plague spot festering a fifth column for a second Arab invasi< n. A City in the Desert To the outsider, Beersheba is merely a name out of Genesis. The residents warn tourists not to smoke at the well which Abraham dug. The visitor is astonished to find 10,000 recently arrived Olim living in this sandy gatewaV on the rim of the Negev. The government is planning to make Beersheba into an industrial city that will support a population of 50,000 souls. In Israel the fantastic becomes commonplace. [eh Zionists To lr Schwartzman [is Schwartzman, executive Jor of the Bureau of Jewish Ltion, will speak on "The It Organization at the Cross| : ting of the Miami i Zionist District Luncheon Xn Wednesday, December 6, Jl5 p.m. at Lincoln Manor lirant. 2 Lincoln Road, Shapiro, chairman and Y has announced. pvartzman is past director of Inboard Zionist Youth Reland author of playlets, articles and brochures on education, sting Shapiro with arrangeiarc Daniel M. Broad, Paul In. Jacob C. Fishman and lr Samuel Kelemer. See or Phone Me |NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 |FE INSURANCE NEEDS {Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Young Judaea Chapter Formed at Hebrew School Miami Hebrew School and Congregation has formed a Young Judaea group, open to girls from ten to 12 years of age. To be known as Tel Aviv Chapter, the group elected Francene August president; Norma Wolfson, secretary; and Barbara Locknar, treasurer. The new chapter will meet every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the synagogue, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Chanuka Program Slated For Golden Age Meeting A special Chanuka program will highlight the meeting of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday, December 3, at 2:30 p.m. The group's third anniversary dance will be held on Saturday, December 9, at the center. Dave Kleber and his orchestra will furnish the music. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the unit's Jerusalem Y fund. Tickets may be obtained at the center. Tests ftiven To liar iWitzvah Candidates First tests under the new Bar Mitzvah rules enacted by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and the Bureau of Jewish Education were given at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Friday. The new rules call for a twoyear requirement of satisfactory attendance at a Hebrew school and the taking of a test on minimum requirements in five Jewish studies: Hebrew, prayer reading, laws and customs, history and current news and the Book of Genesis. Tests were administered to Louis Levin, Alfred Rosen, Alfred Meltzer, George Isaacs and Jay Gilbert under the supervision of Rabbi Simon April and Louis Schwartzman. All Our Friends Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka rapt. Joe's Fish Marts WHITE FISH • PIKE CARP GROUND FREE When vou want the highest quality fresh fish obtainable, CALL ON US 1985 S. W. 8th St.—"ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. 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PAGE 4 A fJewist ncridHan FRIDAY, DECEMB^ EDITORIAL A Forgetful Wtn'lil A shocking move by the World Medical Association at its recent New York convention seems to have received much of the same indifferent attention as the civilized world gave to the wanton killing of 6.000,000 Jews by the Hitler regime. The convention's action got little or no attention in the press. The fact is, however, the World Medical Association voted 33 to 3 to take into its membership the organized physicians of Germany, a considerable number „of whom had betrayed their profession by participating in crimes against humanity, principally against defenseless Jews. Although the association seeks "to maintain the honor of the medical profession," its members spurned the plea of Dr. Emil Adler, a delegate from Israel, who charged that some German doctors had perpetrated vivisection of human beings and sterilization cf innocent Jews. To all this the representatives of the organized doctors of West Germany replied that "the German medical profession has violated the ethical tradition of medicine." They promised that it never would happen again. The World Medical Association was willing to take that assurance on its face value.—Jewish Bulletin. CHANUKA—5711 interesting A recent Russel Sage Foundation e closes that the very poor and the very^j the most generous donors to charity J^ proportionate income. Low-income q r report states, contribute more than 60%*') total funds donated for philanthropic pi*' In the light of those findings, it WOu i d J interesting to know whether this general giving holds true when applied to Jewish" thropy. If it does, it might op e n a proach to the entire problem "cf Jewish" raising in, the United States and lead to evaluation of the practiced collection method On hears complaints these days thf response to appeals for charitable causes itd ing aid to Israel, is not what it should be k possible that in efforts to secure large sumsJ the rich, we have neglected the mechaniJ approach to the poor? If that is the case, rajl have, no evidence either way. it may weH]_ the key to our Jewish fund-raismg problen| w'WWVWWWU My Trip To Israel By OPHRA CHILL nA*s/-'W 'W The first thrill that I got out of my trip to Israel last year, which I six months, occurred at the airport in Lydda. As theplame came to a stop, the landing stairs were drawn along side, and the e hatch opened. A very charmj ins lady, dressed in a well cut outfit of the Israeli im| • >n service, came aboard. She took the loud speaker of the plane's public address system, and :n clear, sharp accents of beautiful modern Hebrew, said. "B'I ac han Habairn," which means Th, se tw i -.'. : ds, i xpressed with such apparent sincerity and mth made all the passengers turn in their seat.-, in pleasant %  emotion in their throats, > and faces. And this feeling of warmth, and ted emotional attachment s be felt right through the medical control, passport control, and all the various immigration trnenls. Of course, the language spoken was Hebrew, and the language which I had been ,ng in books foi years suddenly came alive. All added to the feeling that we had come to n i thing that we had heard so much about. Here I was in Israel! I was very fortunate in having j relatives to meet me. My grandfather and uncles were at the airport, and they drove me to Jerusalem. We met the Israeli patrols all along the road, who greeted us reassuringly. My grandfather pointed out to me the points of interest, which were usually an Arab village that is now Jewish, or a spot where some brave Israeli boys had given their lives so that w could travel safely on that same road. The ride from Lydda to Jerusalem in itself made my trip to Israel worth-while. But there was much more to see. They took me around Jerusalem, which is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There could be no doubt about the spirit of bravery and devotion of the Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem. I sa v the ruins of th< massive buildings and the destruction of Ramat Rachel, which changed hands three times, in a hand-to-hand battle before the enemy was finally driven out for good. The Holy City is now double and even triple holy, having been sanctified by the blood of men, women and children of our generation. Jerusalem nestles in the heart of the Hills of Judeah. All the buildings are made of native stone and present a unique appearance. There is something stately, and holy about Jerusalem that you can only understand by being there. While visiting Israel, I thought that it would be a good idea to observe some schools in Israel and bring back a report to the children of Miami Beach about conditions in their school system. The schools in the largest cities such as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa are all well classified with fine teachers and fine equipment, but the schools in the new settlements are very poorly equipped and inadequately housed. I found many children using the bare working, nothing moves slowly in Israel. Tel Aviv, Haifa, Rihovoth, Pctah, Tikva are cities, big and real. Industry is springing up all over. Small factories, large mills, from making pins to automobiles, all are coming into being out of the will of these courageous people to make a living homeland out of a desert. And speaking of the desert, the miracle of miracles, is the development of the Negev. Here on bare sand dunes, under a burning sun, villages and towns are springing up. The sand is being watered and fertilized, trees are being planted, houses built, and you see how the will of man can overcome the ravages of 2000 years of neglect, when the man works with his heart, as well as his hands. Haifa, the north, the Hills of Canaan, Tiberias and the Sea of Galilea, Degania were a breath taking spectacle of grandeur and beauty. Then a ride through the Emek, that was once a material swamp, and is now the grainery of Israel. All pointed to what could' be done in Israel by the people who love it and fought so valiantly for it. It was very easy coming to Israel, but leaving was very hard. Saying good-bye was the most unpleasant part of the trip. And when I did get on the plane it was with a firm determination to come again and again and again to absorb its vital inspiration. President Congratulates Immigrant I Philanthropist On 70th Birthday DETROIT (AJP) — Fiffy long years ago a-" little immigrant crossed the mountains into Colorado to start lffe anew. He had fled his-native Roumania where ground because of lack of seating places. I saw as many as six children using a bench built for two. I saw children writing on classroom walls and desks because they had no writing books. I also saw children of various age groups all crowded into tiny and poorly ventilated classrooms. It sometimes nappens that during the rainy season in Israel the children are forced to study in classrooms when the rain comes 1 ight down into their rooms. When I saw these conditions, I said that I would bring this report back to the Jewish children of Miami Beach and try to arrange for better educational facilities for these children so that they can grow up to be healthy and happy citizens of the new State of Israel. I must say that despite the poor physical conditions of the children of these new settlements, which are springing up daily, the children seem happy, willing to learn, and show a great eagerness to take part in the building up of their new country. Telling you about this trip and actually describing all I saw would take more than my alotted time here. But I can give you a running description of one extensive trip that I took that covered the country, from Dan to Beersheba. The cities are modern, clean and humming with activity. Building is going on at a rate that is almost unbelievable. Everybody is busy, everybody is 1951 UJA Campaign To Be Launched At Meet The United Jewish Appeal campaign for 1951 will be inaugurated at a two-day national conference which will open in Atlantic City on December 16, it was announced. The conference will consider a goal for the 1951 drive and will discuss plans and techniques to assure an effective mobilization of American Jewish support for the campaign. +Jet*ist> fkridiam Published every Friday since l49t by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth street, Miami 18. Florida. EnWiV ond-class matter July 4. 130, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed l„ %  ?. n Unitv nd th Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Association, Ameri. c#n Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association The JewlBh Floridian dots not guarantee the Kashruth of the mer%  handle advertiai-d In lt a columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year •, nn Two Years ~ Jti FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 V !" "i e 23 Number 48 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 KISLEV 22, 5711 discrimination against Jewish students barred the path toward completion of a course in metallurgy engineering. For years the youth struggled. Any job that would earn him a few precious dollars with which to help pay tuitions fees at school was eagerly sought—and accepted —by the refugee. Among other menial tasks, he polished stoves. For this arduous job the youth received the grand sum of 15 cents an hour. That was half a century back. Two weeks ago the postman wound his way through one of this mid-west city's most majestic neighborhoods. He crossed the thoroughfare to fashionable Stuart St. then stopped short at Number 2300. The courier tenderly reached deep into his mail-packed bag and came up with a spotless envelope. It was addressed to "Mr. Adolph Kiesler." The envelope's top bore the words "The White House, Washington." The President of the United States, Harry S. Truman, had taken time out from his businesspacked day to write a letter to Adolph Kiesler on his 70th birthday. The little immigrant boy who came to this city penniless, but gladly gave more than $750,000 to worthwhile causes in his lifetime, was celebrating three score and ten years. And leaders of the world, including the President, Golda Myerson, Moshe Sharret, leaders of American Jewish organizations, and especially the people of Denver, joined in wishing Kiesler well—and at the same time blessed the day that providence led the energetic wanderer to Denver's door-step. Kiesler had done it the hard way. And the J 3W s and Christians both loved him all the mon it. For Adolph Kiesler's lifel a simple message He lettbVi group wheh turned out to 1 him at a memorable' testfnl dinner recently, :n on his" Still energetic. Kiesler brot nods of agreement and a', two to the large audience %  — explained that money kept] cold and dark vaults nevei 2 anybody happy, but money] in circulati iy, that joy, Kiesler declared. "I figure lit my ace." the 1 made leader said softly. "fl won't take anything wtthofl the grave." Then he urged 1 attendance, in typical Rjj style, to follow his txamp' help the n> Dollars saved from poiiij stoves and other chores send Kiesler through the Co!*; School of Engineering. He 1 tinued to work on a paiH basis to make ends meetandj plete his ) -chooling. Without schooling. Kiesler] soned, one would find it raostj ficult to get ahead. He was I With education behind Adolph Kiesler laid the fan tion for his own alloy confl one of the few in the areaopi of mixing precious metals. Kiesler developed the con with the same determination! which he polished stoves in 0 to obtain tuition fees. If worth while, the man tta then one must stick with**! It was worthwhile, made good. But with the tirHl lars to reach him as a resit] the enterprise. Kiesler true to his philosophy. rroBj start he gave—and to thef ous tune of $750.000—to f' In his free moments, collects art treasures, nw.i which "mysteriously" f" way to art museums as gifts-' beautiful flowers which suffl his majestic home atop W Mountain provide another JH simple joys to a big-heartwr with an even simpler pM "love thy neighbors as A man whose name is Harry and who lives white house in far-< ton, put it this way, ••-. gratulatory letter to K his 70th birthday. "In you," wrote Truman, "the under-pr* and the friendless navel staunch friend. Your flWH gifts to worthy cause* *m quent witness to your gwm and your compassion wr\ distress." „ _„ n .^til| Concluded Mr -.Truman^ pleasure to join in t-P yd those who arc S^ n W honor. Don't let 70 g* >* After all, life ^"ftwi No one knows _that_^^ philanthropist Adolph" L



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5AY DEC EMBER 1. 1950 +Jenlst fhrfdHrir PAGE 5 A ding System Popular ( G ables Center To Eh Greyhound Fans h the Biscayne Kennel 'meeting is still in its in. "„ thing has been proved t?JI thishadow of a doubt the popularity of the system in us. e at tne that la l^This grading system tries r t),e .ri/yhounds in their r cli sification. It auto,II V (i ps them down when f ul i i un to the require, 5 of Ui rade they are en ~ in. i ive the point, a ll "t th figures for the first .icing, that is from H through 24, the less than 40 winInigMs bnber 1 tei have dropped from That ''' %  40 first cnoices .given form players a much igr percentage of winners ,,bta.ns. Hutner To Speak Bernard Hutner, Miami attorney, will present a human relations program at the monthly Chanuka ceremonial in the center C etin8 f %  Dade County Sunday, December 3, Hold Chanuka Rites Coral Gables Jewish Center sponsor its second annual will patio at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, principal of the religious' school, and Joseph Hurwitz, principal of the daily Hebrew school, will direct dramatic sentatiorls and the kindling ol thi Chanuka lights. Cantor Joseph W. Malek, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and the center choir and Stephen Kessler will present a special Chanuka musical program. Herbert Gelernter, president of the congregation, will greet guests. and Counselors' Association at the Coral Gables High School on Monday, December 4, at 6:30 p.m. The films, "Boundary Lines'' and "Picture in Your Mind," from the Films for Democracy Library of the Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League, will be shown and discussed by Hutner. usua imple Young Folks an Ranch Party Mi] 5B Ranch in South mi will be the setting for a partv to be given by the l„g Peoples' League of Temflsaiah on December 10, Sy bman, president, has annced. togram will include a full tnoon of swimming, horseriding, horseshoe pitching sun basking. A barbecue ber will be followed by a hayfund dancing. Transportation End from the ranch will be tided. pans for the affair will be Ipleted at a meeting of the )ip on Sunday, December 3, at 1p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Lrty resei vations may be made ailing Ernie Neuman at 3-3219 jppmaii a 58-8595. ig Unveiling didcation of a monument i memory of the late Saul g. formerly of 157 Collins Mian: Beach, will take Sunday. December 3, at 1 in the Jewish Section of bdlawn Park Cemetery with tbi Max Shapiro officiating. | Young was a pioneer resident liami Beach and is survived sun, Raymond, and two dchildien. Arrangements are harge of Palmer's Miami umen; Company. Relatives riends are requested to be ent. Carey To Star In Drama Macdonald Carey, Hollywood actor, stars in "These Small Things," latest program in the New Frontier series, to be heard Sunday, December 3, at 10:45 a.m. over station WIOD. Isaiah Women To Hear Talk On Lattimore Book Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Owen Lattimore's "Ordeal by Slander" at the meeting of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood to beheld on Monday, December 4, at 1:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Abe Sehonfcld, president. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, program chairman, will introduce the speaker. Iftt. Nebo To Open New Sections Through its executive vice president. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. the management of Mount Nebo Cemetery announced this week that sections 1 and 4 will be withdrawn from sales to the general public effective January 15, 1951. There will be a price advance in these sections, and the property will be held for sale to none but next of kin of lot owners in these sections. "Witnessing the disappointment of persons who want to own property next to or in the immediate vicinity of parents or other relatives, who had purchased in r years," the rabbi said, "we will accept sales in the limited lots left in sections 1 and 4, only from members of the families of present lot owners, to permit families to remain together." Louis Lipsky Resigns From Zionist Post NEW YORK, (JTA) — The resignation of Louis Lipsky as chairman of the American Zionist Council, representing seven national Zionist groups in this country, was announced this week. "It is impossible to cope the confusions of functions and i authority that prevail in the I Zionist m >vement in the U States," Mr. Lipsky stated in his letter of resignation. He took office in the council in September, 1949, following the resignation of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. ary 15. at the current pri ol lots in the sections effected." About March 15, sections 7 an 1 8 of Mount Nebo Cemetery will be opened for sale, according to the expansion program. A more detailed announcement will be made by Ye Olde Sage on radio Reservations made now, with de| station WQAM at 10:30 on Sunday posits, will be honored after Janumorning. Unveiling Micatkin of a monument to Imem.irv of the late Benjamin Ik. formerly of 1048 S.W. 6th V will take place Sunday, Denber 3, at 2 p.m. in the Jewish |tion of Woodlawfl Park Ceme!array Grauer will -ted by Cantor Jacob Wwr. Arrangements are in of 1'almer's Miami Monufct Company. 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PAGE 6 A *Je*isti Meridian FRIDAY Pioneer Women To Hear Rabbi Shapiro Rabbi Max Shapiro will be principal speaker at the Chanuka celebration and card party to be sponsored by Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women and the Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance. Abe Dorfl will light the Chanuka candles and Mrs. Ben Morrison will offer a reading. The Habonim will participate in the program. Dr. Harry Queen will greet guests. Proceeds from the affair will go to the Child Rescue Fund, according to Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, chairman of the affair. nas announced. Chanuka Party Planned Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will sponsor a Chanuka luncheon and card party on Wednesday, 350 Lincoln Bo,, Suite 302 pu„ M(l | Entrance on Washing OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS Fflj LENSES AND Pftu DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTiONi LATEST STYLES 1 L. Jack Satin, vice president cf the Hebrew Academy, gets ready to cut his birthday cake at the parly given in honor of his 73rd birthday by the board of directors of the academy at the Sorrento Hotel on Sunday night. In the photo are (I. to r.i Kolman Luria, Mitchell Reiner. Samuel M. Grundwerg, Samurl Ritter, Harry Genet, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal and director of the Hebrew Academy, Sctin. Harry Wasserman and Isadore Goldberg. QMeH CHICKEN Soil? Symposium To Headline Mooting Oft' Miami fel**;ili Zionist District '• %  "The • n in B -' 1I 7. at 8 Jewish C 11 R Mrs. A Brenner It : %  Sej mour ii. C .::' V Wil light 1 i lies !•' % %  in. : ney J. u noerg chairman of on University of Mi mi library, will make the ofuooks to Di. I 'b [< D. Tharp, d< ;>t the ted, "II is ignificant the Z : this an m with the Jewish communitj %  aking this presentas :i culmiJi v. isfa B 'I. Month." Lit bman with ari ntj are Leonard H. • !I. Lee, Ben Zi n : Sydni > .; G • THE ERSS COME TO W&MAl ON TELEVISION Teacher Opens Studio Victor Goldring, fiuie instructor for many ; %  nnounces the ning of his studio at 520 S.W. 34th Avc. Goldring, whose former pupils arc now playing with America's keading orchestras, has developed an original systt tn of therapeutic ning exercises which he reveals haw been beneficial to many students, including the P .!.,. %  of Belgium. A veteran of many years with the country's top symphonies. Goldring has done extensive radio work. "Tile flute, ol all instruments, makes but slightly more demand on the throat and chi .-" than talking and less than singing," Go! .... veu&i titan eoet/ n MASjfPHOROWIT MARGARETEI WITH KREPLACH • WITH NOODLES WITH RICE Goldberg Speaks To Northside Sisterhood George ('• ildberg spoke on j "Chanuka: Its Origin, Men 1 > %  < petuation" thside Center SlStl hi ..'. lens • week. Mrs. Herbert Hochfi Isen presided. Goldberg led the 90 ladies I nj in c immunity sin:: i CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUF M Th* fof e Ulli you It't i Th nomt tolls you il'i Kosfcorl w w Distributed by PALM DISTICIIII IOI5S. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. PhonJ Enjoy America's most beloved Radio-TV Family over Uf Til I EVERY MONDAY if I %  J EVENING 9 P.M. Sponsored by tp


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Ly, DECEMBER 1. 1950 +Jewish fhrktian PAGE 7 A r^.j| Women L>iiiii< Brmaum I i fashion show and th to be held Wednesday, Lnber 6. ;i1 11:30 a m at the [no Hotel will substitute for r uh monthly meeting of Emi Section of the National ,. i Women, ac' ng lu M.s. Aaron Farr. presilum 1 members will model tions to the thrift I :„H original songs will be J ,, directed by Mrs. Lrvations may be made by Q M s Joseph Williamson, Cman of the event. ContnbufJoJ. the thrift shop will be Ld at the affair. a .|. Junior* hpdiile Party L~ Irving Westin, president L Israeli Group of Hadassah. open her home at 849 West J Str Miami Beach, to the Ibers'of Miami Beach unit of %  or Hadassah on Sunday, Deler 3. I %  of the "pay-your• party will be a fashion : in which girls will model favorite ensembles. ComJator A ill be Janice Goldiner. T^an of the event. fnthrv f( ature of the party fbe the -.lection of the girl it in the most new Lbers as "Miss Membership." L grouo met Thursday. NoEer 30, at 8 p. m. at the home Irs. Use Pardo, 1239 15th St., fcii Beach. Mrs. Joseph Pardo, Irary president, was hostess. India Fi.'dman was chiir,of the program. Assisting her j Phyllis Goldman and Gloria lenstein. Bitter To Conduct U-M Orchestra The third pair of University of Miami Symphony concerts, scheduled for Sunday, December 10, at Miami Beach Muncipial Auditorium and Monday, December 11. at Miami High Auditorium, will be of unusual interest to Miamians because it marks the return of John Bitter, conductor of the university orchestra from 1940 to 1942. aa guest director. Soloist will be Rudolf Firku. ny, pianist, who will play Concerto in F Major by Gian-Carlo Menotti. Bitter has recently returned to the United States after eight years in Europe, where he conducted the Berlin Philharmonic, the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, the Italian Radio Symphony at Rome, the Leipzig Rundfunk Orchestra and numerous others. Firkusny gave the first performance of the Menotti concerto with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Leopold Stokowski. He had made numerous appearances with symphony orchestras and ran up the astonishing record last season of appearing five times with three major orchestras in New York City within a period of one month. Previous to this, he won great triumphs during his first tour of Israel and third post-war tour of Europe this fall. He has been described by New York critics as a musician of the highest order. In addition to the Menotti Concerto, the program will consist of I Mozart's Symphony No. 35 in D i Major, K. 385, and Tchaikowsky's Syhphony No. 5 in E Minor. Tickets are on sale for the concerts at the University of Miami Symphony Office, Main Campus, University Downtown Symphony Offiec, 228 S.E. 1st St.. Miami Beach Radio Co., 1219 Lincoln Road. Jean"s Candy Shoppe. 335 Lincoln Road, and Amidon's &£ 10 John Bitter Music Co., 220 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. 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PAGE 8 A +JewlstnarMk*ri ( Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT HOTEL HOPS: Congressman-elect Bill Lantaff and Betty will be special guests of Mi. and Mrs. Maurice B. Broun at the Delano for a mid-December weekend. Lantaff phoned from Washington Wednesday to confirm the date. Broun (pronounced Brown) is a Delano official and longtime, well-liked hotelman (Riviera, Charles, Monroe Towers) Mrs. Harry H. Cohen (Big Harry is the Hotel New Yorker and she's Frieda to you) is congratulating herself all over again on that immense green leather arm chair that was her gift to him. Wonderful for office relaxation, in between those new pressing duties he's taken on as prexy of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, while Sam Rivkind eases up Incidentally—and it's a big incident—proudest thing they ve framed for display is the photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt posed with Harry's mother and beautiful younger sister, Mrs. Tieney Cohen and Mrs. Arthur (Los Angeles) Kromm. Mom's adored Mrs. R. all her life, as who hasn't—and opportunity knocked when they all met last week at the Park-Sheraton to hear Mrs. R. talk on the UN. THE SEASONS BEAT: Manhattan's Mrs. Rebecca Segall. who spent last winter on the Beach, is now at 1901 S.W. 7th St. Her last year's house-mate was Mrs. Bertha Sosin, mother of the Miami Daily News' Milt Sosin. The sprv Mrs. Segall is reunioning like mad with her cronies—Mr. and Mrs". William Mednick of S.W. 6th St.. Mrs. Ida Levitt and all others who enjoy a friendly kibbutz over a hot deck of cards Due in town any moment is Lottie Janoff. wife of Joe Janoff, gtant city ed of the New York World-Telegram Sun The Irving Langers moved into their new home, 1911 S.W. 33rd Ave. •S.V.4LL FRY: This week's spotlight shone on the Miami Y"s after-school drama. 'Sleeping Beauty." Unexpected antics had the patrons convulsed, when a couple of the kids abandoned their roles to do, instead, a Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis slapstick duo for the audience. Ringleader of the scene-stealers was 5-year-old Jonathan Alpert. son of Louise and Leo Alpert. (If the kid's perverse talent as a comic holds, this old Auntie of his is ready to latch on for a 10% booking) Frieda Lustgarten showed up to catch her daughters in the show—Jill and Carol, as a fairy and a flower. Frieda's going back to a temporary job with Children's Home Society for no more, she hopes, than three months In a plaid sports cotton. Mrs. Monroe Gelb dragged chairs around with the rest of us in the Y auditorium Mrs. Lewis Sternshein peeped around counselor Thelma Ostrow to .see backstage makeup doin's—serving her right, because she was an uncontrolled mass of chuckles when she got back. Her Alan, 5, was Captain of the Guards. Both she and hubhv are running for the Y's board of directors, ting December 7 .. QUICK PICK-UPS: Sporting a trim tan gabardine suit he just got from Austin Burke. Elliot (WKAT) Field will be sophisticated emcee at the sizzling Battle of the Bands staged for Gainesville's Fall Frolics the December 1 weekend. Nobodv knows who'll win—Art Mooney or Gene Krupa—but one champ is for sure: Ellie himself. He's terrific! Exciting report that Elaine Magoon returns here with a proles?:'.nal ballet repertory company, in a season production SHORT TAKES: Special note to Harriet Schwartz (she switched her career this summer to baby Jacqueline) from Dan Vincent, field representative of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce. Dan sends "Schwartzie" his rest What Those Social Notes Omitted: Dr. and Mrs. Stanley S vartz of the Long Island Hospital are combining their vacation with Doc's taking of the State Medical Boards for surgical practice here. He polished off the second section a few days back. His wife is R .<]yn. sister of Stella Turk, the Mayor's better half One < %  : %  nt for them was a buffet in the Seymour Satin's home. Ann S I n calls it an erev Thanksgiving party, and welcomed guests in a navy wool gab suit with a yellow crepe blouse initialed in blue velvi • Pr.YGE.VT REMARK FROM A FEMME: We're fashion-conscious here, but we're not fashion-wise. This area is too informal for too much formal attention." Do you agree? OSE FOR THE RECORD: The amazingly interesting Yolanda and John P. Rocca present Catholic customers at their shop. "Yolanda's," with authentic little ials blessed by the Pope. Rocca had an audience with His Holiness this summer while Yolanda shopped and shipped art from Europe to Lincoln Road. What's fascinating is that Yolanda and John are ortl i 'X Itahan Jews—Scphardim! I've loved 'em for a year—but never knew this until yesterday! IE^ILEECEMBER U Beth Tfilahwir WUlHo.dDC" 1 Sisterhood of r„ Beth Tfilah will W^ egal together dinner onK,' cember 3, at 6'iO r,L ^ halloftW 6 = y ; a P go m -^ the M ^r Z A t a t ?nrh h e> the Mesdames L*n aKr **' Pakula. R. ShtrV^I Go C otan: YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday. I0::t A.M. Sponsored by Management of Mount Nebo Cemetery Something New Under the Sun! Sunshine Halls 1030 FIFTEENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA '"•'" % %  •**' TEC. 58-6959 Private and semi-private modern rooms—all with private baths, elevators to street, patios, solaria, and tropical gardens. Elegant Hotel Service. Food from Hotel dining rooms. • 24 hours a day GRADUATE NURSE supervision DIETS carefully observed—Meat or Vegeterian—SLENDERIZE or GAIN WEIGHT by DIET method a la MILK FARM. NOW all this available io you ON THE BEACH. "A complete Health Service amidst Hotel Comfort" —Shelborne Photo by Fot**n Spending a post-honeymoon stay at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami Beach, are Harold Friedland and his bride, the former Joyce Weber, whose marriage took place in Philadelphia. The couple went on an extended wedding trip to California. Mr. Friedland is associated with the Food Fair chain, of which his father, Sam Friedland, is chairman of the board. F n ed n ma v Wel comed David Friedman. 3 pres.dent of the Hebrew SI Association.of Greater M>,^ welcomed home from an erJ: tour of Israel at a meeting association on Saturday Louis Gadon. president chairman of the evening. MizrachiWomenTol A meetinR of the Miam; w Mizrachi Wumen will be heW< urday December 2. at 8 p": Beth Jacob, according &* Nat Hochman. president Mrs 1 | Karger, Southeastern rep're-i live, will give a report fr 0m rael. The group is making pl^t a Chanuka party to be hfMj Tuesday. December 5. at 8 paj Beth Jacob Jacob Duntov speak on "I. L. Peretz." | Pauline Grundwerg is chain oi the event. Faith Alexander Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander announce the engagement of their daughter. Faith Lila, to Alvin Charles Atlass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Atlass, 1331 Flamingo Way, Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is now a junior at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in elementary education. An alumna of the Brandies Institute of the South, she has been an organizer and leader of Young Judaean groups in the Greater Miami area and has taught Sunday school. At the university, she >s a member of Hillel, the Junior I Florida Education Association and the Future Teachers of America | Chapter of the National Educa! tion Association. Miss Alexander was treasurer of the Miami Independent Campus Association and social chairman. Mr. Atlass is also a student at the university and is treasurer of the Miami Independent Campus Association. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and a veteran of World War II. Plans are being made for an early April wedding. May We Suggest c4L Wu /yner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Function! 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j^DAY. DECEMBER 1, 1950 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Phillips, 1553 S.W. 7th St., announce ,h e birth of a daughter, Karen Lee, at Jackson Memorial Hospital cn November 15. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Morris Badanes, 126 S.W. 19th L Ave.. and paternal grandparents are Mi. and Mrs. J. Harvey Phillips, 1023 Lenox Ave Miami lBMCh Dr. and Mrs. Myron R. Elfen of West Palm Beach announce [the birth of a daughter, Judy Beth, on November 18 in Good Samaritan Hospital in that city. The mother is the former Rose [Landau, daughter of Mrs. Esther Landau, 1010 9th St., Miami l**"** •' ** %  Home after several weeks' stay in Asheville, N. C, are iMr and Mrs. Morris Aronovitz of Miami. Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, is I at hcme from a month's vacation in New York, where she attended a golden anniversary and visited with her children lend grand children. From there Mrs. Geringer went to Tennessee land visited with her children, Bernard and Irving Gerenger Wormerlv of Miami, and their children. Mrs. Harry SirkLn, pioneer resident of West Palm Beach, i confined to Good Samaritan Hospital by illness Spending the winter in Palm Beach is Louis Cohen of New Ifork. Mrs. Dewey Sunshine, 5000 S.W. 5th Terr., will leave for kjew York this week to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her nephew, %  erome Finkelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Finkelstein. +Jewlst flcrid/an PAGE 9 A teach AJC Group Vill Hold Brunch An intensive membership drive eing conducted by the B Group }f the Miami Beach Chapter of he American Jewish Congress bill culminate in a Chanuka |runch at the St. Moritz Hotel, ni Bench, on Tuesday, Debmber 5. at 11:30 a.m., Mrs. |Cartin Genet, president, anounccs. Brunch chairmen are Mrs. Herert Grei r.berg and Mrs. Morris (ibinowitz. Mrs. Mac Weiner is charg" of printing and Mrs. Isrry Knretsky, membership nairman. is in charge of hospitality. [Admission will be free to all feid-up !-embers of B Chapter. tOn a national level the memkrship campaign will be clifcaxed hy a luncheon at the |aldurt" Astoria in New York |ty. Mrs, Eleanor Roosevelt will principal speaker. Beach Women To Fete U-M Students Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will be hostess to students of the University of Miami at a Chanuka party on Wednesday, December 6, at 6 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Meyer Baskin. Assisting her are Mr. and Mrs. David Alper, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman and the Mesdames Sam Pollack, Helen Sanders, Ann Reiser, Morris Weltman, Morris Goldin, Seymour Satin and L. A. Shapiro. —Ardmore Studio Sanjord Lechner Lechner Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lechner announce the Bar Mitzvah of their | son, Sanford, to be held at Beth Jacob Congregation on Saturday, December 2, at 10 a.m. The young man, a student at Miami Beach Junior High School, will address the congregation, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will respond. The Lechners will be hosts at a reception in David Whitman Hall following the service. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mintzes' To Be Hosts At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes will be hosts at the traditional Chanuka dinner to be given under the auspices of the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach on Wednesday, December 6, at 6 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The affair will be given in memory of Mrs. Mintzes' mother. Chairman of the evening will be Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan. Participants in the program will be Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth, the Rev. Louis Yelsky, Manya Shubow, Mrs. Louis Peker and Abe Dorff. foung Adults To Dance |By special arrangements with falter Resce, film photographer pd Baron De Hirsch Meyer, proper. T.-nple Isaiah Young pples' League will hold the Pt public showing of the color p on Israel, "Land of Promise," Sunday. December 3, at 8:30 n. at the Sorrento Hotel. Dr. Ritchie To Speak At Center Forum Second film forum at the Miami Jewish Community Center, slated for Tuesday, December 5, at 8 p.m., will be on "Community and Human Relations," according to an announcement by Mrs. Samuel Gertman, forum chairman. The film, "Make Way For Youth," will be shown, and Dr. Miller A. F. Ritchie, director of the department of human relations at the University of Miami will be guest speaker. Chairman of the evening is Lewis Sternshein, who has been active in the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Tropical Lodge Plans Dance Plans are being made by Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith for its annual "Community Service Ball" to be held at the Miami Woman's Club, 17th St. and North Bayshore Drive, on Saturday. December 16, according to President Sam Kessler. A ticket sales committee was formed Sunday morning at the organization's executive breakfast. Members include A. Budd Cutler, Howard Levine, Earnest Harris, Max Braslowsky, Bert Belenke, Dr. Lester Gordon, Irwin Goldhoffe and Bernard Mandler. The Very Best I OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI Presents FERRUCCIO TAGUAVINI Supported By World-Famous Stars in THE COMIC OPERA ELIXIR of LOVE Jan. 13-15—Miami Senior High and CARMEN With All Met Stars Feb. 24—Miami Senior High; Feb. 26— Miami Beach Auditorium. For Ticket Reservation and Membership Call or Write 9-1332 Burdine'a 50-7575 Miami Beach Radio 3-5123 Cordelia's OPERA GUILD 625 S. 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PAGE 10 A +JewistncrMkn FRIDAY, DE CEMBER Channing Named To Civil Defense Post Jules P. Channing. Miami Beach consulting engineer, has [ i appointed chairman of the mic .isiK'i-ts sections of the educational division of the Dade County D I mse Council, according to an announcement by J. N. Lummus, Jr., chairman of the educational division. Channing will head a group of individuals whose job it will be to educate Dade County residents n all aspects of atomic en srgy and deagainst atomic explosions. Channing has arranged with the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear j Studies for Lt. Col. Walter C. Yuungs, Jr., an expert of the atomic energy commission to visit the Miami area during the week of December 3. Col. Youngs will Ice two public addresses at the mi Senior High School on December 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. The talk on December 4 will be for "The Workers of the Defense Council district officials and the general public while the Decemn will be more technical and will be open to all members of the building industry including engineers, architects, con-. members of the building trades and interested general public. Col. Youngs' program will include a moving picture "The Atom Strikes" originally prepared for the joint congressional comtee on atomic energy showing actual damage on both Hii shima and Nagasak a si I latern slides showing design : ir blast resii tant const] ucti m and a g< neral talk on c i nergy and the effects of ibs with emphasis on iow G mi can p ... ; %  ble atomic attack. IN THE MAIL Mrs. Randolph Shcvach North Beaeb VT\ To Sponsor Play North Beach Elementary School PTA will sponsor a performance of the Miami Beach Little Theatre Group's production of "Kind Lady," a three-act play by Edward Chodorev, on Wednesday. Deci mber 6, at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium, according to Mrs Nat L. Williams, president. Mrs. Randolph Shevach is chairman of the affair. Members on the ticket committee include the Mesdames Williams. Jack Low, Norman Babel. Alice Selway, William Masur, Joseph n, Stefan Zachar. and Miss Lillian S. Foulks. Pioneer Women To Hold Chanuka Fete A Chanuka latke party will be sponsored by Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach and Bialik Branch of the Jewish Na: Workers Alliance on Suni, v. December 10, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman, who recently returned from Israel, will be honored at the affair. Mrs. Esther Garver is in charge of arrangements for the party. Assisting her are Mrs. Betty Pakala, co-chairman, and the n-.es Sonia Feinstein, Sonia Joseph Krantz, Minnie H iwer. Also on the committi Jacob Tarr, Sam Cutler and I. l)t re; hinsky. North Miami Savings BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. N rth Miami Shepard Broad, Max Dreyer, %  • it Secretary f.'i • %  be F< & Loan i ranci ( '.orp. School Children Invited To Center Chanuka Fete All public school children in the community are invited to a Chanuka partj to be given by the Miami Jewish Community Centei on Friday. December 1. at 3:30 p.m. cabian games, sinp-ng. i ntertainment and refreshments will be on tap. Editor Tlie Jewish Floridian Dear Mr. Shoehet: When I receivi d your last issue of The Jewish Floridian, I was terribly shocked to see the head; line on the front page, "Fedi ti,n c •!.Down n Unautn .ized Appeal.-" Were the: Ul words available to you a. Ci uld not yeu have ion,. other means of exsion instead Crack D iwn .' I -p. ak for the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami as its treasur r and als i as chairman of the cancelled dmn There was definitely no crack down on the JNF Council. It was after a conference between Morns Klass. executive director of Fed, ation, Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council and Arthur Shutkin, special representative of JNF, New York, and myself that we agreed to cancel the dinner which was scheduled to be held on December 10. Morris Klass suggested to us that we might proceed with the dinner by reducing the reservations to $25 per couple. As loyal members and governors of Federation and officers of the JNF Council, Mr. Eli and myself thought it might be best to cancel the dinner altogether, in piti t the fact that %  we have spent SO much time and money to prepare for the affair. May I suggest to you that you reprint th. I memo which was mailed by Federation to all contributors of the Federation's last campaign who had donated SI00 or more winch memo reads as follows: "F( deration has just receive'! word from both the Jewish National Fund and the UIT that in • nee to the action of the Federation executive committee they are calling off their projected dinners. "We wish to compliment these worthy organizations on their prompt actions which resulted from their desire to cooperate with our Jewish community and help strengthen the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. "When these organizations announce their affairs planned within the framework of Federation's policy on fund raising, we urge that you support them. Signed Wm. D. Singer, president Greater Miami Federation." Don't you think. Mr. Shoehet, that you would have rendered a much better service to Federation and the JNF if you would have printed the special memo by Federation instead the sensational "Federation Cracks Down." 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^ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1950 ^JenistFlvridlian Jewish Book Exhibit At Beach Library Weisgai To Speak Highlights Observance Of Book Month PAGE 11 A An exhibit of "Jewish Books | cracy Defends It" by Bernard Throughout the Ages" is now I Hutner. -DreameV's J^Wev'^bv open at the Miami Beach Public Mrs. Max Dobrin "KJM 15 th Libr a,y and will continue through ] Shnorrers" by Abraham Lev t,n i,,r3 J 5L k \' n En S |lsh -' "Writings of Peret^ by JoieSh Hebrew and \iddish in sections Duntov. "How Great %  o Scill "S-cred." "Poetry." "Bioand "Gcn,. !" ^^ "je^bv graphy, Current ile," "Israel' emu msana "Young ,,„.• ire attractively displayed Schwartzman. "Humor jn the foyer of the library at the Collins Ave. entrance. ;; ilighting the display are I menorahs of the fourProblems," | Mra. Dorothy Fink. "Aftergtovth" and ;H.sand "Young Hearts" by^Ss literature" WU&*l2X& •Pnnco of the Ghetto" by Simon Lipton. On the radio were news Mrs. ol SOMI **KM lWS If" raill HC>MI niitr Urey three instituPictured at the opening of the Jewish book exhibit at the MiamiBeach Public Library are (1. lo r.) Beiiha Aldrich, librarian; M:s. Leo Huberman, member of the board of library trustees; Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk; and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, who -set up the display. iteenih and fifteenth centuries Novelist Sholom Asch and volumes of Asch's writings into five languages. :ul drawings of famous plete the exhibit. Books were diawn from the C ry erf the Bureau of lucation, from the Deration of Joseph Duntov. dial) and other sources. in the opening I w. fl Mayor Harold %  Miami Beach; Mrs. Leo 11 of the tiusti es of the %  Bertha Aldrich, liMax Meisel, chairman %  I Jewish Education: Louis Schwartzman. executor of the bureau: and lb Duntov, who set up bit, Book Month this year —Ardmoi e Jewish Book Month by Joseph Duntov; a dramatic reading on Jewish books with a cast including Mesdames Sylvia Cherkoff, Frances Makovsky, Gertrude Wolf and Jcanette Miller: talks on Yiddish writers and writings by Louis Lasavin and Aaron i rg; ii MOW of "Gentlemen and Jew" by Mrs. Dorothy Fink and critiqui I Maimonides' writby Dr. Le i Mindlin. I nave been included i n the Yiddish programs of Simon Seiden on station WFEC on Sundays at 2:30 p.m. and on Jacob S chact er's program over stall in WTTT on Sundays at 1 p.m. The pulpits of the synagogui Greater Miami haw also included books reviews in honor ol Jewish Book Month. A special committee of guides (Continued from 1 A) "Harry Hopv..ia o Israel." He has edited numerous books about Dr Weizmann and organized a fund which established the Weizmann Institute of Science, which was ?£X" lU >' dcdip atcd in November. 1949, on Dr. Weizmann's seventv>'lth birthday. —. Last year Mr al was the prime mover in initiating ncgotiations between the Hebrew L'nii t y, t h e weizmann Institute of Sc a n d Technioa, which led to the organization o f *> h e American •nttie for all I ns under the presidency of I) ; i Albert Einstein, thus cubnin in the union of Air.er ran forces he advancement of science. technology and high learning in Dr. Lytton also announced the appointment of Mr. and Mrs, as program ch lir•nan I r the affair which will a "From Darkness to Expected to take parl are 1).B iwman E. Ashe, president i : the University I -i. Proi*. Samuel Hirscn, L n son. Buddj S and two Israeli I student., now studv a the Unimi, Ltri Kadish end iq Fryd. Captain v. Buzzell las accepted the I inship of the Dla ikstone Hotel | for the Ti -• Dinner. Among tl • invited are: Dr. B %  .'. an F. Ashe, president of the University of Miami, honorary chairman; Sam Blank. Arthur Ungar, Leo Robinson, Baron de ; Meyer. Jennie Grossinger, honorary co-chairmen: Mi on, general chairman; Dr. I. tuis G. Lytton, chairman: Alfn d Stone, Dr. Leo M. Levin, cochairmen; Dr. Morris Goodman, Votcrans Of All Faiths To Attend Chanuka Party At Pratt Hospital The first annual Chanuka party Chanuka menorah, two television Z/t?l an l"r f fl hS WU1 be i S CtS W,H be P'esented to the hosCoal G S? W a J H SPltal n pUal by thc Jewteh W Veteran. Coial Gables on Wednesday, De| Pos t of Miami Beach. cembcr 6, at 7:30 p.m., Rabbi Morris Skop, chaplain, has announced. Followi ng^ the lighting of the Community Leaders To Attend Chanuka Rites At Academy Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach and Mayor Keitli Phillips of Coral Gables, city commissioners and councilmen of the various cities and other civic leaders are expected to attend a public lighting of the first candle of Chanuka at the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach, on Sunday, December 3, at 8 p.m. The ceremony will be peri d on the outdoor b ol the academy where an • indelabra has been er< i Courshon, Miami Beach civic loader, will explain the meaning of the holiday and a is of 40 voices will sing HeI I d music. Joseph Schreibman, musical direct %  'my. will conduct thi msical selections. The entire pn il last last 15 minutes will be b station WKAT. and Cantor Joseph W. Malek Organist Stephen Kessler will present Chanuka songs and rep: ssentatlves of the Jewish Veterans. B'nai B'rith, Jewisn welfare Board and the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood will present yift packages to eac'> patient. A floor show, m • traditional Chanuka refreshm -rand community singing will out the program. Dr. M. Machlan, Chaplain James A. Boston. Leo Stein. Mrs. Horn, Mrs. Goodman. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Louis Schwartzman and and Mrs. Weiss will be honor guests at the affair. Arrangements are being mad by Rabbi Skop and Steinman. HANDSEL ELECTRIC CO. POWER & LIGHTING INSTALLATIONS MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS 15 N.W. LeJeune Road Maling Address 601 S. W. 44th Court Phone 48-6484 : AS LOW AS! 4 MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFFCO. Pin-Am'ican lnX BoJdtnj 9-3435 reviews and book proI ird or being heard ar? %  reviews of "Israel Revisited" Dy Murray Grauer, "De.noSUNMYSMX HEALTH RESORT iiy&i.r. HOTEL-SANITARIUM f FOB REST. CONVilEJCEMa %  AND CHRONIC USES Nt-***—MIAMI FLORIDA] lA*t B i K! ^^^*^^% a X I *. B £3. WORRY About Your Ac FOOD complete Catering Service "dutiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS diViu nmeBt and a11 •tails arranged for your IU and inf ""nal affairt [N,0HT? HONE 3 54 63 NIQ HTS. SUNDAYS 4 HOL.DAYS 83-1986 A % f,JJCATERERS 7th SOff Miami Ave. with a continuous grouo at the Beach library book exhibit includes Ihe Mesdames Rose Brodes, Irene Bilblo, Minnie Bauer, Fanny Goldberg. Sonia Goldberg, Rose Honigbaum, Minnie Yeffery, Sophie Krantz, Chana Lasavin, Claire Lauf. Muriai Libow. Elsie Mayser, Yuliet N. Oshlag, Naomi Lesoyvoder, Eva • Saywitz, Ruth Schuldiner, I. Teitch, J. Zebitz, Bess Zeeman and Esther Rich. The exhibit, which was sponsored by the Jewish Book Council of Greater .Miami, is open to the general public. Special book lists j are available on "Current Jewish Books" and "Books for the Jew' lish Home." BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Mays Transfer Inc. 3621 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-7145 SPECIALIZING IN MOVING REFRIGERATORS WATCH FOR THE OPENING Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort MENDELSOHN'S INC. 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PAGE 12 A +Je*istnvrlditor FRIDAY, DE CEMBKH i Brandeis University President Lists Achievements Of 2-Year-0ld School "Heretofore whenever I have are part of the family of great como to Mi.imi. 1 have stressed universitie*." The school which began with the 100-acre S4.000.000 physical plant of Middlessex College has the fact that Brandeis University is the first Jewish-sponsored nonsectarian university in America and that as such it follows ':i the tradition of most of the gr< at schools in the country. which Were founded by the various donominations," Dr. Abram L. Sachar, white-thatched president of the \v Itham, Mass., \'. c. k "But this tini :xthe ac • .incuts What have we done with the Beth Sholom Bazaar Set Vox December 4,5 The third annual bazaar of Sisterhood I Temple Beth Sholom will >pcn Monday De1 cember 4. u 10 am. It will continue on all day Bnd all evenine. and will also be held all of Tuesday, December a. according to an announcement by Mrs. Hyman launched a giant 10-year building | g, Kaplan, bazaar chairman. gram which Dr. Sachar reThe bazaar will be held in the | is considerably ahead of pa ti 0 and dining hall of the temschedule. In addition. 60 acres | p i,. Entertainment, luncheons and have been bn i that the dinners will br provided and auccampus goes to the Charles Biver. Ujons „f valuable objects of art •I d.,n't want some future v -,. \ w I 1( .M both cvcnin. I Brandeis president to curse the _\\\ proceeds will go towards first president for his lack of ,.„. support of the Beth Sholom x n," Dr. Sachar laughed. Religious School which is the %  • %  *JS5 SSSSPiSB.IB'ttUSa 800 en's chapter C( untiv. which have made it their The student body represents 23 cn i e f project states and six foreign countries. Df gachar predicted that as well as every race, color and Bl andeis departments of music, creed. "We have an active Hillel dramai biologv and Near Eastern "SS^nT \t!XP P Ves"an1 %  studies would'someday rank with Pa^'welsTtreas^r, "and* iK Iub ... an J* a c B *5 ong J "fS*"" the best in the country. Serge D Carmodv secretary, uild." Dr. Sachar disclosed KoU ssevitsky and Leonard BernJ r w D ex ^ ut T ve committee memFoundation. Cl G "Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who stein are serving as consultants to is on our board of trustees, has the music staff and have been called our admission process 'the very helpful in building up the most democratic in the country'." department People of the calibre hi said. "We ask no questions of Harold Clurman and Stella about race, color, creed, mother's Adler have been serving with the maiden name or anything like drama department, and Selman that. Our only concern is with Waxman the eminent biologist the prospective student's high has been working with the biology School record, the sort of citizen department, he said, he has been and his rank on the | college boards. I Peninsular Institute To "There :s no self-consciousness about racial or ethical differOtter Astronomy Course ences," he said. "We close for the j In ]ine with Ui:s country's Dr. James J. McCormick, El Portal osteopathic physician was named chairman of the Dade County Red Cross at the group's annual meeting Monday night at the Miamian Restaurant. Other officers include William J. Pruitt. Harold F. Ward and B. Hiram Blakey, vice chairman; New executive com bers are H. H. Hyman. Thornton M. Fincher, Mrs. M. F. Wittichen. E. E. Seiler. Charles F. Helmly. William N. Mansfield and Charles A. Mills. v Making plani for the reception to be held in honor ol Dj Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, and Mri Sachar at the home of Mrs. Harry Gordon on Friday. December 1 are (1. to r.) Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Gordoj i and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Jewish holidays and the Christian ones." Brandeis has attracted a faculty Victor Hotel To Open Friday The Victor Hotel. Dining Room and Orthodox Synagogue will open for the season Friday, December 1. after extensive redecoration and air conditioning of a large number of hotel rooms. Considered one of the finest American plan kosher hotels in Women Will Honor Dr. And Mrs. Sachar A reception in honor of Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University in Waltham. Mass., and Mrs. Sachar will be given Friday, December 1, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave. Assisting Mrs. Gordon with arrangements are the Mesdames Meyer Schwartz. Jerome Weinicle. Sam Silver and Milton Friedman. Invitations have been issued to several hundred women. LEGAL NOTICE mobilization and defense efforts, a special course in celestial navit gation and nautical astronomy is I Miami Beach, the Victor has a of top ranking scholars, including being offered by Peninsular In' ] arge experienced staff ready to Ludwig Lewisohn. Max Lerner, stitute. 223 East Flagler St. | serve its gU ests, according to rd, Robert Thornton.; ggpecJaiiy designed for reserve j Joseph Waldman, owner and opi n Benny r nedman and a deck officers wno anticipate being erator. ailed to active duty, the course Waldman. a former resident of proud of the W1 il be taught by Captain W. G. Wilmington. Dela., was a leader in the civic and religious life of record of the newly organized I Gregory, former princpal of the m, which won four of Marine A .demy of San Francisx imes >'ii lule. !co and instructor in aerial naviAmong the ti I downed : ; > n and nautical astronomy at the Harvard frosh unit. Settle Univerity and the MerThe school hoopmen will met chant Marine School of New Army, Dartmouth, Boston C %  !Vork. New Ha The course will include 12 ; City Colleg* of New York three-hour sessions, scheduled to "I thi v :. Dgs per week be'.'.' %  December 6. at 7 p.m. A certified examination : • • :. \ will be given at %  n of the course. that city. Haiti Itazaar Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom MONDAY AND TUESDAY December 4 and 5 from 11:00 A.M. to Midnight IVinnlV llanc]u;ts. il NOTICE is hi :• Biven 'Imtlhjdt filed my final i-UHon ijl Final Dlachargi • i .-.state ..f ROSE 1,11'SiTZ r>rni3' and that on thi %  ..' Januuil IH.M. will appl] li Ihi II inonblt HI P. BLANTON, Ci > .1 ud of Did)' i taunt). 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I FRrpAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 l?la|{lir^Granada I iii' Plans Dance piagler-Granada Jewish Center w iii sponsor an evening of entertainment and dancing on Satfrrfav December 2, at 8:30 p.m. at •he center building, 50 N.W. pT act Charles Adelman, chairL. an of the affair, has announced, proceeds from the affair will lti o toward the completion of the I classroom building.. I The group will hold its Chanuka I festival tor children of the SunIdjy school on Sunday, December 110, at 10 iinl Each class will I present a playlet. I Reservations for the organizaItion's New Year's fete may be Imade by calling Ray Levine at 183-21 19Labor Department Leader To Speak To B'nai B'rith Clem %  %  Denicke. investigation Lnpervisor of the Wage and Hour |D:v:> n the U. S. Department Ipf Lai :1 ,nc Greater Miami [area, will address the luncheon lineetin^ of Sholem Lodge, B'nai [B'rith on Tuesday, December 5, %  at IWS P ni. at the Miamian pMteui Subject of his address will be l"Funtt: m of the Wage and Hour [and Public Contracts Division of %  the Labo Department in an ExIpandini! Industrial Community." ^JewMhnorMfon PAGE 13 A THE "BEST IN KOSHER POODS / Miami Beach Restaurant and Delicatessen 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach FAMOUS FOR • Delicatessen Platters & Sandwiches Complete Dinners • Hot Knishes • Hot 6, Cold Hors D'Oeuvres We Retail Delicatessen "Caterers Distinction" For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL *0 AFFAIR TOO LARGE [Suggestions Without Obligation Kali 5-2855 — Ask for Boris Ferruccio Tagliavini Tagliavini To Star In Guild Production Ferruccio Tagliavini, leading Metropolitan Opera tenor, will appear in the Miami Opera Guild's production of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love" at the Miami High Auditorium on January 13-15, 1951. "Carmen" with an all-Met cast, featuring Irra Pettina, will be presented by the guild on February 24 at the County Auditorium and on February 26 at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Tickets will go on sale at Burdine's third floor on Monday, December 4 and are now on sale at Cordelia's Book Store and Miami Beach Radio Company. To Honor Pushkoffs Mrs. Rose Brody, together w:th the Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women, will hold a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Pincus Pushkoff on Sunday, December 3. at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Brody's home, 1621 S.W. 11th Terr. The Pushkoffs. who have just returned from an extended tour of Israel, will relate their experiences in the new republic. Goldman Returns From Palsy Meet Research into the cause of cerebral palsy has disclosed that K?II "? gs tnat ha PPen to the child during the first three months of pregnancy are very important, delegates attending the recent meeting of the United Cercoral Palsy Associations in New York City were told, it is sported by Irving Goldman, president of the Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc., who has just returned to Miami. "It has been found that there are all sorts of probabilities and possibilities of what might hapPM] to the m.Alu-r during the first: three months when the brain! formation takes place," Dr. Winthrop M. Phelps, director of the Children s Rehabilitation Insti-' tue of Cockeysville, Md., told the assemblage. Extensive research is now under way in the entire field of cerebral palsy. Dr. Phelps stated, and the advance in knowledge of the subject is coining so fast that as soon as a textbook is almost ready, it is found to be obsolete, and work must be begun all over again. Renewed inspiration for persevering in the training of cerebral palsied children was given delegates at the meeting by Dr Temple Fay, professor of neurosurgery at Women's Medical College, Philadelphia, who asserted that training efforts should be directed toward developing skills that will make children happy. "Any human being who still has the possibilities of training and development is worth the time to spend long hours trying to find at least one little thing more that can be done," said Dr. Fay. "At least we must not discard them because they appear to be helpless." Dr. Fay urged that the patientdector-parent relationship bo kept always uppermost in mind, and suggested that doctors, therapists, cerebral palseid children and parents meet together and contribute their own knowledge and learn from each other. Courshon Vice Chairman Of Academy Dinner Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach hotel man and civic leader, was appointed co-chairman of the | annual Hebrew Academy dinner to be held at Temple Beth Sholom, on January 14. Courshon, who was chairman of last year's dinner, raised more than $15,000 for the benefit of the school. He is president of the South Beach Hotel Owners Association and was responsible for the erection of lights in Lummus Park. Plaza Theatre Begins 3-Day-A-Week Policy The Plaza Theatre, South Beach showplace for tops in Yiddish stage and screen fare, announces! a three-day-a-week policy to go into effect on Friday, December 1. There will be two performances on Friday starting at 4 p.m. and three on Saturday and Sundaystarting at 2:30 p.m. On the stage Friday will be Paul Burstein and Lilian Lux in a gala production called "Galicianer Chasene." Screen attraction will be "Mazel Tov Yidden," scheduled for last week but postponed because of I the storm. 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PAGE 14 A *JewistJ1ac£fcm Center To Elect Board .Members Eleven three-year members and 14 one-year members will be elected to the board of directors of the Miami Jewish Community Center at the organization's annual election meeting on Thursday, December 7. at 8:30 p.m. Nominated for three-year terms are: Al Berkowitz. Nat Blumberg. Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Leon Kaplan. M. J. Kopelowitz. Sidney H. Palmer, Frank Rose, living Saul. Mrs. Leo Sheiner. Fred Shoe-hot. Max R. Silver, Fred Gross! S im Kessler and Martin Rubin3t in. Nominated for one-year terms are: Mrs. L"o Alpert. Louie Bandel, Sylv Cl M ; Nathan Dubler. Milton A. Fi ,: n. Dr. !• Land Sidi i. fcourt, ; Reuben Rochkii : S lei Roth-: Lewis S \ nl %  :. A >e Gelb, Pau n, II; m in '-1 n, L Lube! i -' nated and elected to sidency i ntly O: ed were Sam Seitlin, first • president, Paul Sobel, second vice president; Leo S third vice president; Mrs. Samuel Gertman. secretary: and Leo Ackerman. treasurer. Members who are 21 and over who have joined the center or paid their dues on or before ptember 21, 1950. are eligible vote. _FRIDAY, DECEMBPP, Class In Hebrew Organized For Women A special morning class in beginners' modern Hebrew has been formed for women of Greatei Miami. The class will meet every Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 %  thi Miami Beach Jewish Center under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Registration will close on Monday. December 4. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the u u. is the instructor. There is no tuition fee and registration may be made by calling 3-5858. Gay Nineties Program to Highlight Temple Israel Chanuka Festivities .1. f_.&:..14.. • 4\.A fifct 1 A Gay Nineties program ento the festivity titled "The Nineteenth Street of Char :>f the first night man, M. August, Abe Aronovitz, H. Pont, H. Hyman, M. Farber, S. Klein and B. Rubin. Mrs. Alvin Richter is in chafge of the program. Her aides include Harriet Damenstein, Mrs. William Bitter To Be Guest On Mrs. Volpe's Program John Bit',' est conductor for the third pair of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts on December 10 and 11, will be the guest ot Mrs. Marie Volpe 00 her radio program on Saturday, December 2. at 6:15 p.m. over station WKAT. Gaieties" will be the feature of a party to be sponsored by the Temple Israel Sisterhood, Men's. Club. Youth Group and Couples j W.ck man and Boyell. Limited on Sunday, December 3. The footlights will shine on the Floradora Girls in the persons of the Mesdames Albert Green, Burton Kahn. Bernard Wall, Marvin Rauzin. William Lehrman, Jay Schwartz and Laurence Levenson. Highlight, of the program will be a melodrama, "Nell, the Farmer's Daughter" or "A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed." written and directed by Harriet Damenstein. Members of the cast include Mrs. D. Robert Lewis, Gloria Lichtenstein. Dr. William Schiff. Dr. Leslie Bukstel. Ernest Izan and Michael Isenberg. Mary Lou Nelson. Conie Jackson. Barbara Schwartz. Janice Davidow and Pauline Oppenheim will appear in a musical number. Specialty acts, a barber shop quartet and community singing led by Harry Boyell will also add Card Party On Calendar A card party will be sponsored by Sholem B'nai B'rith Women on Tuesday. December 5, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Samuel Kitman, 2301 S.W. 24th Terr. Mrs. C. Kasov is chairman of the affair. Assisting her are the Mesdames H. Goldstein, M. GatePETER'S Drive Under "Barbecue Ribs and Chicken" (Opposite the Jai-Alai) Ph. 88-9385 3799 N. W. 36th Street C J n ka ( p a'ty Slated Sisterhood of [•„„., Tfereth Israel wil f ^"'"n Chanuka latke party *FgZ a Decembers, at 7:30 pi T& N.W. 7th Ave. P • al 43 Proceeds will g 0 to the main tenance of a Hebrew school. ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB invites you to attend Its Next Meeting Wednesday, December 6th From 12:15 to 2 P.M. 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PPJDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 +Jm>isli ncridtian PAGE 15 A Chanuka Fete Slated The PTA of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center will sponsor a Chanuka festival on Sunday, December 10, at 4:30 p.m. at the Miami Springs Youth Center, Westward Drive. Miami Springs. Children of the Sunday and Hebrew school will light the Chanuka candles and the adult choral group will offer holiday selections. Chairman of the event are Mrs. F. Fox and Mrs. L. Gelvan. Proceeds will go to the school fund. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, second from left, loo Simon Greenberg, newly appointed executive dir provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Am in Washington recently. Pictured (1. to r.) Maxw Rabbi Lehrman. Dr. Greenberg and Samuel Roths Lehrman, who is a member of the executive com also served on the resolutions committee of the c k part in the installation exercises honoring Dr. sctor of the United Synagogue of America and 5nca. at the biennial United Synagogue convention ell Abbell. new president of the United Synagogue, tein. retiring United Synagogue president. Rabbi miitee of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, onvention. Workmen's Circle School To Hold Banquet, Concert Sunday Night Workmen's Circle Y. L. Peretz •hool J1 Miami Beach will celefirst school festival with i banquet and concert on Sunday. December 3, at fi p.m. at the Labor I.yiium. 25 Washington ne, Miami Beach, according to Joseph Duntov, secretary. Forty-five pupils of the school trill present a selection of thanuk': songs and recitations bbd appear in a Chanuka playlet Entitled "The Living Chanuka Menorah." under the direction of S. .1. 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'VuMng-lAe week V *^ / On AJP Feature. lig\wiislbJEIljDipidli[aun By JOE HARRISON FRIED ,-oirAHot Doings i a ilcs riding the bumpy railroad to Washington last night "% .'.-..rilled the Battle of the Potomac and wondered whether MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 fold "! %  nference of the Council of Jewish Welfare and Federation That the sessions would be stormy was taken for granted. w stormy, delegates wondered. '* W ould stick his neck out and answer that one. CloseLjAlex Lowenthal, the dynamic Zionist leader from Pittsburgh, ^r „., s;lV Likeable Harry Lurie, slated to be on the receiving f the eruption as the CJFWF executive director, wasn't in a L?.: n g mood, either. 11 ip did say that everyone would be given his say at the nee Even "outsiders" would get their say, but first the Utes would have to be heard. PM 0 much of a rumpus awaited delegates seemed to depend much success Lowethal had encountered in forming his Imig" 1 SEC. B Lipton To Speak i Ft. Lauderdale Lodge At League Meet | Honors Past Leaders I Ho* h ?^ western-Union-like committee to safeguard the United Anneal. If the hard-plugging Pittsburgher had rung the bell ne-up B number of authorized CJFWF delegates as members lW hastily-formed committee, delegates could look forward to a t lively debate. The entire dispute stems from two CJFWF proposals. One would t a Central Israeli Fund—a fund CJFWF heads still claim would 'e in more shekels for Israel than the UJA and separate drive hp individual Zionist organizations—and an emergency proposal d at treating fund-raising machinery, if the United Jewish e a l should ever fold. But regardless of the extent of the strength mustered against of the la t fami]ies of indivi CJFWF proposals, delegates were virtually assured of a lively dual save ,. s in this t of the No one, but no one, looked forward to a boring time. Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, is attending the national convention of the United States Savings and Loan League in Washington, D. C. Lipton, vice chairman of the league's advertising and business promotion committee, is slated to speak before the group on "The Use of Premiums in New Business Promotion Campaigns." Dade Federal has become nationally recognized for its use of this type of campaign at the opening of its Allapattah branch office on June 18, 1949, and again during an open house at the main office in October of the same year. The association opened more than 20.000 new savings accounts in less than 12 months and now has what is believed to be one Eleven past presidents of Fort Lauderdale Lodge. B'nai B'rith. were honored at a banquet held at the Broward Hotel last week under the direction of former president, Barney Hyman, of that city. Among the honored guests who received past president parchment certificates from District Grand Lodge No. Five were Associate Judge William L. Pallot of Coral Gables. President Daniel Danart pre"Yes, Your Honesty!" To Be Aired Sunday "Yes, Your Honesty!" latest episode in the new radio series Lest We Forget—Stories to Remember, will be heard Sunday, December 3, at 3:30 p.m. over station WKAT. Starring in this story of an immigrant who learns the true meaning of home in this his adopted country is Stefan Schnabel. The program is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and presented through sided and introduced C. R. Jacob(the cooperation of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Igram Kve r and Rabbi Berger: The crvstal-clear air to which many Denverites attribute the hropolis' health fame had not the slightest affect in cooling the Irchitm blasts emanating from the veteran anti-Zionist rabbi's Lth Elmer Berger, probably the most maligned figure in Jewish todav. had descended upon Denver to tell an anxious local Inter of his American Council for Judaism all about the big, bad fcnist threat to American Jewry. Berger rapped out against "Israel nationalism transplanted into ; Jewish life," the "Continuation of political blocs for Israel," "gratituous" exchange between Jacob Blaustein and dogmatic Gurion. the alleged Jewish Agency's "domination of philanopv" the defense agency's weakness in combatting Communism I the opposition in some quarters to the McCarren anti-Red act. The forthcoming Israeli bond drive designed to afford the little bublic a much-needed financial shot in the arm didn't escape I little rabbi's wrath. The recent Washington confab at which Irish leaders pledged to help Israel out of its present financial %  ight-jacket, was all wrong, the rabbi exclaimed. And as for the herican loan. Berger contended, American Jews shouldn't pressure poor, overtired congressmen into action. If the legislatures tided by chance one carefree afternoon to vote Israel a muchded loan, that was okay with Rabbi Berger. But pressure—he fcmed to shudder. [ On the fourth point of the Washington Program—the matter of krestments—Rabbi was slightly more sympathetic to the Cause. [was all right, he seemed to admit, but only if it were done a-shtil" (quietly). .... j In a predominantly strong Zionist Center, Rabbi Berger warned -small croup of Council members that the spread of Israeli folk tigs and dances among American Jewish youth was dangerous. He fcveniently "forgot" to mention the hundreds of thousands of ntile American youth who had been "engulfed" by Israeli folk igs and whistled th popular "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena"—not even tare of its "great danger." pjtscript on Asa: The cantor's son's wife—Mrs. Al Jolson—indignantly told the Ipers it wasn't so. She was hurt, near a nervous breakdown her Kornevs said, over reports that she planned to contest her husknd's "will which left an estimated million dollars to charitable luses. ... u u The rumors were as far from the truth as the skeptics who had Hen odds 10 years ago that Al Jolson, the great Mammy Singer, tculd never stage a successful comeback. She was proud of her Al, Mrs. Jolson said—proud that he had |ft such a large portion of his fortune to the needs of the neediest. Meanwhile in California, Governor Earl Warren headed a group Ihich was urging Congress to honor the memory of the late AI klson as a symbol of great Americanism. N Break: .. George Cohen, of New York, had the world at his fingertips. r top it all off he had just won his suit against the Long island kilroad for injuries sustained some months back in a crash while ding the line. The money would come in handy now 1help pay ills, purchase things he .required. The main thing was he had lived |irough the crash. B ,. Cohen thought of Thanksgiving, too, as he boarded the o:lo out Penn Station for home. ,-,,. High on the casualty list of the Long Island crash was the lime oticed name of the late Mr. George Cohen. His luck had run snort. JERMANY; Nazis Get Break The Mauthausen concentration camp was among the woise. fany of the helpless civilian victims of the dreadful war past freathed their last at Mauthausen. Most of them weren t sorr.v. eath was better than an extended stay at he hands ol wazi hospitality." ... Escape or pardon from Mauthausen? It was impossible as too. ^ many jews who met their death at the camp knew only too orrowfully. ,., But last week 14 Nazi criminals, nine serving life terms lor pnes committed as guards at the infamous Nazi prisonland. were falling Frankfort's byways free men once again They had been TOMed clemency from American general Thomas T. Handy, wmlander of the United States forces in the ETO. Quick to explain the releases of the Nazi murderers, theArmj. hrted. "no evidence was introduced to show that they_ even entered 'he camps themselves." The criminals, added the authoritiesi were Nrely members of the German Army and Air Force units assigned 1 guard the camp. j .:„„ I The 14 Nazi criminals, the Army pointed out, had served f ve haw of their life sentences. The announcement made no mention F the counties* thousands of Mauthausen's temporary '"habitants P* in the truest sense spent all their years—and then some—as Pests of Adolph Hitler and his helpers. rost-V.'nr Postscript' J When the Nazi'legions ran wild in Europe they P^" U P j"j RPressive number of Jewish ceremonial objects of isilver. 1 romewf PV metals. The sarrprf nhioets came from European Je\\i>* country for an institution of this type. Lipton explains his association's policy in this way: "If the use of a gift item prompts people to start the worthwhile habit of saving, then Dade Federal considers its advertising dollars well spent in furthering one of the principle objectives of its charter the promotion of thrift." Dade Federal, with resources exceeding $29,000,000 and reserves over $2,000,000 is the nation's 50th largest Federal Savings and Loan Association. son, executive director of the 1 B'nai B'rith Council here who was principal speaker. Jacobson paid high tribute to the B'nai B'rith Lodge for their sustained community service activities since 1950 and praised the group's significant participation as a unifying factor in the Jewish life of the community. The B'nai B'rith Lodge is currently sponsoring the appearance of the Phil Spitalny Orchestra and Show at the Memorial Auditorium with proceeds going to the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. HPffigi North Shore Women Plan Games Party A buffet supper and games party will be sponsored by North Shore B'nai B'rith Women at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, 7834 Abbot Ave., Miami Beach. on Saturday, December 2, at 7 p.m. Mrs. Aaron Tubin and Mrs. Hoffman will be hostesses for the B'nai B'rith Council To Hear Nominations Nominations for officers and i trustees of the B'nai B'rith Coun! cil of Greater Miami for 1951 will be presented at the unit's next I meeting <>n Thursday. December 7, at 8:15 p.m. at 330 Seybold Bldg., it has been announced by George Bertman, council president. Guests of honor at the final meeting of 1950 will be the officers pf the newly organized Flamingo Lodge of Hialeah-Miami Springs. President Ben Bloom of the new lodge will report on the expansion activities of B'nai B'rith in this new community. Executive director, Charles R. Jacobson, will report on the council's 1951 fund campaign and the evening. Reservations may be made by j proposed community service procalling 86-5430. I grams for the coming year. MIAMI BEACH "JteW from weather-vane to welcomemat.modern as '51...new furnishings throughout... new coffee shop and dining room ...newly landscaped tropical gardensswimming pool...dancing ... plonned entertainment. ENJOY A BH!3 e (t rittma* NEXT YEAR Make NEXT CHRISTMAS happier by haying extra money ahead for gifts and holiday expenses. Start now to put aside 50* to $10. each week in a DADE FEDERAL 1951 CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT. Then at the end of 50 weeks (next November) you'll receive $25. to $500. to moke the holiday more enjoyable. Start a Regular Savings Account too. It will help you meet your opportunities and emergencies more easily. ptadel ladels of highest learning. Some were centuries oict. Qrfi „ 1rs ., By the close of the year hundreds of Jewish religious articles Frying with them the devotion to Judaism and wajmth o: a Iteration stamped out by the boots of murderers will be back in K rv e this time in new homes ... the synagogues and temples r a free and great America. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI # JOSEPH M. UPTON. PrttiJtml MAIN OFFICE 45 Northeast First Avenue Mm*., F~f.ro/ S..l. "~f Lo" /"r.e. Corporal** ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 Northwest 36th Street Resources Exceed $29,000,000.00 Restnes Exceed $2,000,000.00



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PAGE 2 B vJenisLUcridiarL I Habaniin Come Home As Israelis Scour Desert For f Lost" Ancient Tribe JERUSALEM (AJP) — The tall, bearded majestically robed men who more than 2.000 years ago fled across Africa's barren wastelands one step ahead of the lanced legions of a Babylonian conaueror who drove them from their native Israel, are home again. Soon more members of what many believe to be the remnants of the Lost Tribe of Dan will be coming to Israel from the desolate howling desert wastelands of the Protectorate of Aden. These are the Habanim. a group of Jews the Yemenites call "Bnai Ben." the Sons of the Son. Unlike their Yemenite neighbors, the Habanim. who come from Hadramaut. a sultant in the eastern part of the Aden Protectorate, are tall and strong. Like the Yemenites, they are mainly skilled craftsmen, silversmiths and artisans. Completely cut off from civilization and living by themselves in small isolated oaises in the formidable desertlands of Aden, the Habanim dwelled for countless centuries without contact with world Jewry. But their knowledge of Judaism and Hebrew is perfect. Literacy among both men and women—in case of the latter a most unusual thirig in Arab lands—is exceptionally high among the Habanim. So isolated have their desert fortresses been, that very few speak Arabic, the language of the lands which surround the desert fortresses of these ancient Jews. Hebrew is their tongue. And their knowledge of the official language of their new land helps overcome a difficulty most European Jews tace upon their entry to the Jewish State. The Habanim look very much like a page out of ancient history. Attired in gayly colored cloth, the tribesmen sport flowing beards and side curls. The women are handsomely bedecked with jewelry and valuable silver ornaments. No one knows for certain the true origin of the Habanim. But their manner and customs give strong belief to the theory that they may be remnant of one of tne Lost Tribes of Israel. Their attempts to return to Israel began many years ago. On one occasion 44 of the tribe attempted to cross the howling desert to Aden en route to Israel, Majestically attired, this Habanim tribesman and his daughter anxiously await the "magic carpet" that will wing them from their desert fortresses deep in the desert to Israel. Dwellers in the howling desert known as the Hadamut. the Habanim have been cut off from world Jewry for countless generations. —American Jewish Prm-JDC Photo CLEANERS Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING ACE RUG 26 S. W. South River Drive but bandit Arabs barred their path. It was not until six months ago that heavily armed louries of the British Army pierced the desert and reached the Habanim. The Joint Distribution Committee had arranged for the transfer of 271 of the tribe to Israel. The rest were to follow later. The Habanim were overjoyed. Within minutes they had packed their wares and deserted their aged fortresses. Once in Aden difficulties arose. Not accustomed to separation, the Habanim pleaded to be placed together in a single tent until departure to Israel could be arranged. The JDC officials comprised. The Habanim were given adjoining tents. Happiness prevailed. "They were like little children," an official recalled. "They had lots of questions constant questions about anything and everything." One afternoon a hospital official found a group of the Habanim peering through a microscope, lifting medicine bottles, and and marveling at instruments. "Can I help you?" the official inquired in Hebrew. "Oh—no," came the reply, "we're just looking around, that's all." Plans are being advanced here for the rescue of other members of the Habanim tribe. Obvious difficulties face the rescue parties. The howling desert is one, marauding Arab bandits provide another, but most important. i where are the rescued to be 1 found? The Habanim tribesmen safe in I Israel say there are more of their I tribesmen, but when shown a map | they become bewildered. Officials knew, however, that somewhere in the wastelands in small fortress-like villages nestled in the vast 58,000 square-mile Hadramaut Desert long bearded Jews still look to the heavens and I pray for the day when God will return them to the Land of Jacob. The Israelis are determined to : hasten that day of deliverance. A VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! SS^gg^usso GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Above is the famous 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar; the new edition goes to 1952, starting in 142X. Jewish Holidays, 1939 to 1964. 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pTDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1950 *Jewisti n^rHirtn PAGE 3 B U-M Published Volpe Biography Selected By Reviewer As Ideal Chanuka Gift Bristling with 51 choice photogyaphs of famous people, musical programs and letters from musical and non-musical luminaries, Mrs Marie Volpe's biography of her husband, Arnold Volpe, founder of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra and --originator of open air concerts in this country, is a devoted monumeril to his memory. It is, moreover, a deepiy engrossing book, certain to be of especial interest ,„ patrons of the university symphony concerts, as well as all who Air inUi'cSted in the cultural development of this city. Lished by the University of Press, Mrs. Volpe's opus, \ ( | Volpe—Bridge Between T lusicul Worlds," contains an action by New York Times %  V r j(ic Olin. Downes, who ac': Rnowl.'.^-s. that "the history of the University of Miami Symphonv Orchestra is inextricably associated with the last hours of AimM Volpe's career." The two worlds which the late musician's life and career bridged were the nineteenth century world of Eastern Europe and that of twentieth century America in a state of ferment. Born in the same Russian town as her husband, Mrs. Volpe vividly recounts his struggle to study music against the stringent wishes of In %  merchant father, as well as rigid rules of Czarist Russia against Jews. She tells of his at the Imperial Conservatory in St. Petersburg, from which he graduated with honors, and where he became associated with such musical eminentoes as Leo| pokl Aucr, Anton Rubinstein, the Altschuler brothers, Tschaikow. sk\. Rimsky Korsakov and a host | of' ..thers. That Volpe. gained igniHon-in Russia at this time \ despite the fact that he was Jew; ish is a real tribute to his ability. Upon his arrival in America, Volpe played in various orchestras, taught violin and did composing in his spare time. Recognizing the need for a training und for young American musing, he organized the Young Mi n's Symphony Orchestra in 1901!. Ho also founded the Volpe Svmphony Orchestra, the Central highly destructive hurricane. They were met by Miss Bertha Foster and Dr. Bowman Ashe who were delighted to have Volpe form a symphony orchestra and set up a music department at the university. On the debit side is Mrs. Volpe's style, ranging from Lolly Parsonstype prattle to a soap opera melomelodrama. It is shot through drama. The book is shot through great and sometimes reads like an excerpt from a society column. Moreover, it is full of irrelevancies such as Mrs. Volpe's idea on child-rearing and similar items. Despite these defects, the book is well worth reading and an especially appealing Chanuka gift.—LA. = Af ark? Park Orchestra and the Lcwisohn Stadium concerts, which he conducted for several seasons. 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PAGE 4 B Jen-1st! fkrMilan FRIDAY. DECEMBER Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mr. Liebman who formerl> iirncticpil law in NVw Vmk, Is now a resident >>f Miami Baach and %  member of the Florida Bar Association. Former director of tin* economic commission e Palestine, the Story of the Histadruth" by S. Kurland, appears this statement, "Contrary to experience everywhere else, the agricultural workers assumed leadership in building the labor movement." The chalutzim had begun their federations in 1911 and 1914 but not unil December 1920 was there a meeting in Haifa of representatives of all groups to band together and to form one organization. Joseph Sprinzak, present speaker of the Knesseth. stated JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUH CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Condi tioned ^SfllEHAflDS Massanine Floor Rabbi Joseph £. RackoTfJry 818 Michigan Aranue Miami Beach ftrr Phono 5-3585 PHONE 5-3444 SO. FLORIDA'S LARGEST UUERMINATING CO undertaken by itfoZ "* million dollars and it Wty 17,000 workers. <£*\* '""Ploy* even by American ton?"*'* few other HiitadStfiSftl* with their caijii-7ii,JSldl ris f M 'easfollS 1 &.5 land Cement. two mBBfr Even ve' Sid (| lme ZS almost one m 1 ni., n i "£ 1 rt, >ne) (glassworks and soleVoW* window glass in MuUlo p U cer -j' million; Vulcan ,,24 a s 4 ufacturing piston riTe?^ locomotive fittings • %  steel trawlers, etc 1' almiP"! million; Hameg p•„,... .£* 0 ture of rubber goods "?"'*' million; and so on to'^ little understood i n Am gre They have their own bank u^ Hapoalim, which "lsoa ** multi-million dollar annual?! a politics tmuportatUm, £nd ardsof living „,„; .clatioXn, ** Americans :. llth %ft<* LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributor* of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand -KOSHER ZION" 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 WO. 1 tall LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E.J5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION



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jTUPAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 vJewist fkrudian PAGE 5. 8 BLU GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Martling resulls can be ob£Sa ailv religious school 3:30 to 6:30. Dallv services S a.m. Reading class. Michna 4:45: Mlncha daily 5:15. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Mondav through Friday services at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at 9 am. and Sunday at 8 a.m. Minolta at '•::', p.m. followed by Maariv ;'t •! I 1 m. d;illy. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Frldav evening services at S. K-\\M will speak, on "We Are Thankful. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Mishkln Will be host and hostess for the week. Saturday morning servfeces t : %  a.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th bt., Miami Beach. Daily services 7:3J) a.m. nnd 5:1.. p.m.: "Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Frldav evening service *:00 p.m. Saturday at 4 .4ni there ?'V .i story hour Tor children of the entire community. Refreshmen ts. v }" e served aUuMU-hrew-daace* and. songs will be 1kujO>r,".lSy -CobBUs Lauen Mlncha at % % %  "" p.m. "d shalos I eudtlj following. Sunday-morning service at *. Downtown Synagogue (Conr servative), I3S N.IYS 8rd Ave. Friday e\e~itn? service-%lE5:3o; saw uraa morning si 8:80. Dallj services 7:30 a.m. ajid i:30 ram. Congregation Beth Jacob (Or* thodox). 3M-311 Washington AveMiami Beach: fiabbj Moses MesshetoM. Friday nenlpg Services at ..:00. Saturday morning at 8 !" „ a !" ; Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on vTheflB Jacob Lives.' Bar Mluvah of Sa* ford son of Mr. and Mrs. -ouis I.c.h. ner. Mlncha at 3 followed •>• Shalos Seudls Ra*b will speak on the Portion of the Week. Hebrew school Monday through Thurs. ay 3-30 Sun,l ttV 9-2. Ceremony of lighting of the nrsi Chanuka etgftttJrlhtjXjrtj at 5-30 Sunday evening. The messing will be chanted by Cantor Peeler. First Jewish Congregation ox Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven. r Ral.bl De Koven will officiate at services Friday at 8:15 P ; m. Hebrew classes dally from 4 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Sunday school from 9:45 to 12 noon i-holr meeting Monday. Nov. i Rabbi's rSldence. 113 Mendosa Ave. at T.mpl.Emanu-ElofFt.L.uderdale and HoUywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews AveFort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. r *£rvloe Friday at 8 Ranson will preach on "The Lord Is a Man T wir •' Hebrew sessions saturSayTo a.m.! rellglius school Sunday 9:4 CoflTeglien Beth TBtahJ(Ortbooox). 935 EujOid AveNM Beach. RabM Joseph E. RacltFrlday evening service, at 5^ f^L*£ w MT~ In, Mlahaa. Mlncha at *7^tX£F !" sirrta?.. Tuesday* %  S mUSm^m^br claw In Da* nd ..w.,.uo wewisn i^enier, Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac S. Smith will officiate at services Friday evening. North Dado Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North MiamL Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 10. Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox), Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. S.n ices 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally services at 7:80 am. and 5:30 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave„ Miami Beach. Services Friday night at 5:15; Saturday at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5:00 p.m. followed by Shalos s.udos. Services Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 4:15. All Young Israel members In the area are Invited to attend. T'Fereih Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. All residents in that area are Invited to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr Friday night services at 5:30; Saturday morning at 9. Dally services at 8 a.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. I.aie Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject A New Revolt!" In view of the approaching Chanuka holidays. Floral offering will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bhoher on the I occasion of their son Harold's birthday. Reception will follow. Sabbath services al 8:80 a.m. The rabbi w ill discuss highlights of the Portion of tinLaw. s'uid. nts services at 10. Miami Beacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Friday evening service at 8:80. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on 'The Meaning of Chanuka Today." Saturday morning service at 9 a m. with rabbi speaking on the "Weekly Portion of the Law. Baturday bible class 4:3" p.m. followed by Shalos S'udos. Daily service in the chapel 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Youth Ilreakfast service Sunday 9:15 a.m. in the chapel, followed by brekafast In the patio. Junior services 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning in the assembly hall of the school building. Dally religious school Monday through Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 to 12 noon. High school for Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Services Friday evening at 8:30. p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Avo. Rabbi Simon ApriL Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:'.5. Saturday morning at t. Bar Mitzvah of Arno, son of Mi. and Mrs. Raymond Kuper, Misha at 4:30 p.m. follow-.1 by Mincha, Shalos Sudos and Maariv services. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dallv services 7:30 a.m. and 5:80 p.m. Bar Mitzvah breakfasl Bunday al 9:80 Cong. Rabbi Chamna Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services dally a.m. and 9 am.. 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PAGE 6 B fJeni§t> ftbriaKarj !" DAY, DEC EMBER Chanuka Its History And Background A Rcerfew of the Festival of Lights As It Has Been Observed Through the Centuries By HARRY CUSHING The moving narrative of Chanuka is not centered about the military victory of the Maccabeans. Rathe:it is the incident of the unpolluted cruse which contained but enough oil for one day's burning and yet. miraculously, sufficed for eight. This Victory of the spirit has kept Isreal alive for more than 2.100 years. The Jews, through the inspiration of his slavery to truth, has survived hatred .persecution and exile; he has become immortal through the Lamp in his hand. For some 3.500 years, the Menorah. the many-branched candelabra, has been an important Jewish sumbol. In fact, it is the most important symbol in the synagogue today. For cent the Menorah burned constantly. In its light Israel has walked. By its inspiration Judaism has lived. The creation of the Menorah goes back to the days when the ancient Israelites were nomads 'n the desert of Sinai, after the Exodus from Egypt. Moses and the leaders of the embryonic nation sought to establish a central medium which would serve as an inspiration for the religious expression of the people. And thus came into being the 'Ohel Mo'ed"—the Tabernacle in which were housed several symbols of the Israelites. There was, for example, the Ark in which had been placed the tablets upon which had been engraved the Ten Commandants, the gold altar for the burning of incense and the table for the show bread. Next to the Ark. the Menorah was a most important element of the Sanctuary's furnishings. In the Bible. (Exodus 25: 31-39 and 37: 17-24). are found detailed descriptions for the construction j of the candelabra which was to J become the symbol of a nation and the light of a people. Wrought in fine gold, the Menorah which was housed in the ancient Tabernacle was beaten out of one piece. Three branches came out of each side of the candlestick, making a :' seven for the entire candelabrum. The cups wore like almond blossoms. The dec luded buds and flowers, all part of the one beaten chunk of pure gold. Many, many centuries later. v en the Israelites had been established in the promised Land and a magnifici nt Temple had shed in J. n by lomon, ten such ci ndleSticks were placed in the II of God. i Kii in the Bible giv< I scription of the construction of the Ti nple that Solomon built with. the aid of Hiram, king of Tyre. All %  they wen carried off by I Babylonians as Judah went into I itivity in the year 586 B.C.E. : Seventy years later. Persia had j replaced Babylonia as a world power and the Jews were permitted to return to their homeland. A new Temple was constructed but there is no record as to the size or number of Menorot created to illumine this second edifice. It is assumed by HAVANA VIA PLANE VIA SS. FLORIDA TOURS AT LOWEST RATES Apgar Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 82-6476 i most scholars of ancient Hebrw lore that the Menorot for the ; second Temple were modelled according to the regulations found us. [| was. however, after the successful Maccabean revolt that ; the Menorah became an even more impressive symbol for the Jewish people. It now stood as the symbol demonstrating God's Light Against Jupiter's Might. Five hundred years after the j second Temple had been erected, | Herod decided to make a number j of improvements in the ancient edifice. Herod who was hated by 1 the Jewish people for flagrant I violations of those ideals for which the Jewish people stood, sought to win their favor by sh iwing one tremendous act of kindness. He set about enlarging the Holy Temple and beautifying the edifice. Herod's Temple was simple in its grandeur and it became widely known as one of the wonders of the ancient world. It was in the Herodian Temple that there were Menorot which are descried more fully in the Talmud than the Menorah of the original Tabernacle during Israel's sojourn in the wilderness. We are told that it stood seventy-two inches wide, and was fifty-two inches wide. The cups, say the Talmud, were like Alexandrian drinking utensils. The knobs looked like the apples of Keraze and the flowers were similar to those grown in Amudim, a town in Galilee. The Menorah of Herod's Temple was noted for one particular feature —the "Ner Ha'Ma-aravi" or the Western Lamp. Also known as "Ner Elohim" the "Light of God" (I Samuel 3:3) it was left burning all day and was refilled at nightfall. The "Ner Hamaravi" actually contained no more oil than the other lamps a half-log measure (a log contains the liquid of six eggs), sufficient to last during the longest winter nights (Menaehot 89); yet tradition tells us that miraculously the lamp burned regularly till the following evening (ib. 86B). A ladder of three steps which was about thirty-six inches in height and the same width stood in front of the Menorah. On the second step were placed the tongs, -novels, dishes and oil. Bezalel the artist for the construction of the Tabernacle made this ladder : from shittimwood. However, in the Temple of Solomon, GREETINGS! Ferguson and McCormiek Clinic 320 S.E. 1st Avenue GREETINGS T O A L L JOE conns "Little River" 7949 N. E. 2nd Avenue GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President lira m lei t Equipment & Supply Co. INCOBFQBATBO 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Suppliei for Hotels. 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lT p,v nrCEMBER 1. 1950 +Jewist) ITrririirtn PAGE 7B What's Cooking? By TERRY ELMAN Obituaries Oscar Levant says tr ecr is just a sideline noosing, his conducting, his BffSdTk occasional stints (ru'f> ... uPuovuhnnv wants the radio. Everybody wants {Tdo'everything but my own ( et" he complained when I Viewed him on the set of An American in Pans. In th. HARRY SACK 63. of M 8.W. 23rd St., „a.ss,,l away November 27. A resident for the paal fly* year; Mr. Bach came here from Detroit. Ho was a retired merchant, iii. i. avis his u if,., Pauline, and ,ii iiHUKhiir, Mrs. Ruth Horalle, ol his film,'""' 0 1 £ Back was a member of the Israelite Center. Bervloei were so is I conducted Wedneday al the Gordon Funeral Chapel with Rabbi M <;raueioffirlatinR. Interment followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. field of composing, it be noted that in the space of "ear and a half, he wrote two rine quartettes, a piano con„ rl0 a nocturne for symphony rchestra, the music for two moln pictures, and several popular mes and piano numbers. Among •"popular hits, the top tune is ladv Play Your Mandolin. As" an author, he wrote "A mattering of Ignorance." In this It seller he denies any special nusical knowledge. He collaborted on the screen play of "Orient jcpress." Oscar Levant claims he leads a regular" life. In New York, this regular life" means that he nakes the rounds of the night pots frequented by cafe society jitil five in the morning. Then e sleeps until noon. He never rinks, but smokes incessantly nd keeps his witty remarks going ust as steadily. On a film set, e seldom is found without a offee cup in his hand. When I asked Mr. Levant what iisoccupation really was he said: I'm a concert pianist who loves o eat Beef Stew." Heri Mrs. Levant's recipe for Beef Stew Ala Oscar 4 tablespoons of oil i 11 clove of garlic One and one-half pound beck huck cut in one and one-half nch cubes. One medium sized onion, inced One-half cup canned tomato iuce or one large tomato cut n wedges. 3 tablespoons vinegar One cup red wine One bay leaf 3 tablespoons chopped parsley 1 teaspoon (or less) oregano 2 teaspoons salt One-eighth teaspoon pepper Procedure: Just put everything into a big pot all at once. Cover pot tightly and let simmer one-and one-half hours to two hours, or until the meat is tender. Half hour before you figure the meat will be ready, add 8 small onions; 4 carrots cut n thirds, 4 quartered medium potatoes. GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS MIAMI, FLA. MRS. SARAH BERC 70. of :,i(i N.W III-.II, Terr., passed iway last Thursday. She was a reallent for one .Mar coming from ChlcaK. She is survived by li.-r husliainl. Abraham; two sons, Uonel and Harold, of Chicago; and a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Abrnms; two brothers, Michael and Arthur Glaubers; %  sister Mrs. Hi iii'stin.Solltske. The remains were sent to Chicago for services and Interment by the (iordon Funeral Home. a Beach hospital. He came here from Dumont. N. .1., where he was a dress inanufai liinr. Surviving are one son, Murray, and two daufrters, Mrs Rose Rosenberg and Mrs. Mildr.d Blake. The remains were sent to New York <-ity ny Miami Beach Riverside. IRWIN CALLNER co, a wlster visitor from Chicago for the past five years, passed away Monday in a Iteiirh hospital. II. was m the real estate business, The remains wensent to Chicago by Miami Bi Hi b KIWI subfor services and Interment. MICHAEL EPSTEIN • ". Ol 24S 80th St. passed away in • i Beach hospital on M lay. Mr. Epstein was a retired hat manufacturer and came here from Woodmen. U I. He la survived by his ivift Ida; one daughter. Mrs. Bonla Rlchter; two sisters, Mrs. Dora Bloom and Mrs. Rachel Levlne. The remains were sent to New York by Miand Beach Riverside for services and interment. Collins IS. He MAURICE GOLDEN Who was staying at 3925 Ave., passed away November came here from New Jersey where be was an embroidery manufacturer. The remains were sent to t'nion City, N. J. by the Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road, for services and interment. MRS. ANOREE LENZ 34, of 360 Collins Ave., passed away following a brief illness. Nov. 23. She came here from New Jersey. Arrangements are In charge of Beach Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton Road. SIDNEY JOHN ElfeMAN Of 6423 Colitis Ave, passed away November 2.">. He was a retired shoe manufacturer from Cincinnati where the remainwere sent for services and interment by the Beach Mem,.rial Chapel. Surviving is his wife Blanche. LEON EDELSTEIN 04, passed away last week at the age of 54. A resident for eight years Mr. Iv'.-lstein i ame here from New York City and resided at 121 Collins Ave. lie was a member of the Miami B ea c h Post, Jewish War Veterans. The Norman Bruce Brown post conducted military rites at his graveside in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Bdelsteln was also a member of the Florida chapter, Disabled American Veterans. Surviving are a brother. Irving, of Pittsburgh, and a sister, Mrs. Adele Dubinskv. of the Bronx, N. Y. ELIZABETH ZAKON 26, of 1711 Michigan Ave.. a resident of one month, passed away this week. She has been coming henfor a number of years from Brookllnei Mass.. where the remains were sent for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel, 18S0 Alton Road, DAVID OKA 71, a resident here for about one year, coming from New York City, conducted at the Cordon Funeral Home. Mr. ilka resided at 1126 N.W. ."isth Ter. Surviving are two daughters, Mis Anna I'.eikowitz of Miami, and Mrs. Bertha Lawrence of Napano. h. N. Y.; also a brother and three sisters. MRS. HENRIETTA GOLDEN 37, of 2110 Brickell Ave., passed away last Thursday. Surviving are her husband, Harold; two sons, Leo and Roger; and her mother, Mrs. Estelle Levy. Services were conducted In the Miami Riverside with Interment in Temple Israel Section of iliact ind Memorial Park. MRS. RUBY ROBY BYER 35. of Miami wife of Jacob Byer. was killed In an automobile accident in I'lewlstoii on November 24. Services weie conducted al "The Miami Riverside," West Flagler al 20th Ave., on November 2". followed i>> entombment at Woodlawn Mausoleum. MRS. REGENA BERNARD 87, of 431 s.w. 26th Road, a resident here for the past 12 years, passed away this Weak. She came to Miami from New York City and is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Hortense Keyser. The remains were sent to Par Rockawav for set vices and interment by "The Miami Riverside West Flngler and 20th Ave., on November 28. 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PAGE 8 B +Je*l fUrkiiar 3C FRIDAY. D ECEMBEH Increasing: Trend Toward Religious Thinking Noted Among College Youth NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — With one war behind them and uncertain years ahead, what place does Judaism hold in the lives of Jewish. college youth, leaders of tomorrow's American Jewish community? A generally increasing trend college students, are enrolled in Hillel activity. Commenting on the trend by college students of all faiths toward greater religious consciousness, the Hillel leaders said campus youths were "finding themselves living in a world of standard of values that would be modern and yet not dogmatic. Hillel officials tied-in the rise of Jewish awareness on the campus by expressing the belief that the increase came about "not because of any inherent .superiority among Jewish college students, but because of the peculiar nature of Judaism, which unlike more 'narrow' religions encompasses all of Jewish culture and serves as an overarch to all Jewish life." The first newspaper in the American colonies told its readers: "It is designed that the Countrey shall be furnished once a moneth (or if any Glut of Occurrences happen, oftener.) with an account of such considerable things as have arrived unto our Notice." Greater awareness of Judaism by Jewish campus youth was reported this week by noted newspaper columnist Max Lemer. The Hillel Foundation confirmed the growing feeling among Jewish students. Here a group of students at one of the Hillel Foundation houses on campus are shown at religious ceremonies. —American Jewish Press Photo toward religious thinking among i college youth, and particularly the nation's more than 200.000 J Jewish college youth, was noted by columnist Max Lerner in the! course of a series of articles appearing in a metropolitan daily newspaper. Officials of B'nai B'rith's Hillel Foundation, core of Judaism and ) Jewish activity on the nation's! campuses, were quick to confirm the report, adding that the organ1 ization's records showed "a very definite and noticeable increase | in Jewish activity on the cam' puses in scope, intensity, and depth." The Jewish student, explained Hillel leaders Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld and Dr. Alfred Jospi, finds himself especially susceptible to the problems and chaos of a troubled world. The Jews more than others, the leaders said, suffer from this chaotic condition. Something must be done to correct the situation and religion seems to be the answer for most college youth, they added. Hillel noted a sharp increase among Jewish college youth for more discussion groups dealing with extensive problems concerning Jewish life and culture. Contributions toward welfare funds have been very much on the increase. 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ifiUDAY.' DECEMBER 1, 1950 Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN *J***s*fh)ridian LrperimenMrf Segregation ..." A ruthless experiment in seLegation that began oyer two Lnths ago in the school system |„f a village in Canada will come I to an end at the termination of l.h. school-term. A suburb of Pronto. Forest Hill Village, has Imore than 18,000 residents, with IJews constituting forty per cent Inf the population. As far as the -cord -shows there had been no anti-Semitic friction in the vilme "Mvond "normal" manifestations of that ill. The community lis a rich one and most of its Jews are piospeeot* Toronto businesstues. It is" ad organ of Jewish journalist. As an individual Mr Rubin is entitled to his opinion. But the piece Congress Weekly carried was not an opinion—it was pure vilification. Moreover it was written in a spirit of deliberate ridicule. If the author had poked fun at that press while simultaneously presenting an objective analysis and facts to substantiate his conclusions Congress Weekly would at least have a case. But the article was as devoid of facts as of reason. The Anglo-Jewish press has many faults. But it also hqs many viri and merchants. Like all %  towns of that size Forest Hill Village has its own school system land its own board of education. |And as in all such towns the Wdren mix freely in the schools Kid other precincts of educational End-social activities. But suddenly the village board of education had a brainstorm. It discovered hat when the new high school Wned in the village last year, the registration showed that of (the 550 students about sixty-five er cent were Jews and although there was no public complaints [he board decided to rectify the Disproportion — a disproportion Entirely due to the fact that many rich gentiles were sending their Children to private schools, many fcf which were closed to Jews. Rationalizing that the unequal htio of Jews to non-Jews was treating bad adjustment problems for the gentile .students, the board Becided that seven classes were i be restricted to Jews. Thus the test of the classes would strike a alance between Jewish and fcentile students and the milfcnium of interfaith relations trould be reached. But at the same pe there was no such noble exriment in other school activi. Jewish and non-Jewish stunts ate in the same cafeteria. Hayed in the same gym, studied the same library and particiated in the same social functions. nd Iben there was trouble. The Youngsters who previously had ot been aware of religious disetions suddenly became concious of the evil. And there were Ijmplaints. When protests reach-the school board there was a mique explanation for the unlappy experiment. The board debed it was segregation. Instead pey called their device "not Kgregation but congregation—of fiends According to Time mag2ine the Jewish organizations in forest Kill Village made no outor uproar on the ground that he board acted in good faith alhough they did turn on the heat iprivate. We wonder how much bush-hash policy has hurt WTelatiorishTp Between the chil|ren in the school and to what ent it may yet hurt the Jewish pmmunity itself? uestiotiable Wisdom I We wonder why such a rePonsible and reputable publicafn as Congress Weekly has seen P to lend itself as a vehicle for l mouthing of abuse against the Dglo-Jewish press and its pubN>ers? We have in mind the *ent scandalous article by Philip poin. himself an Anglo-Jewish GREETINGS •aw 3801 NIL 2nd AVE. BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 expression and a vehicle for the promotion of Jewish weal. To. distant communities it is the only source of Jewish news. Weak as it may be it is a potent cultural and public opinion force in Jewish life today. While it has its limitations it also has great potentialities. Were the Anglo-Jewish press to disappear from the scene, the Jewish community in America would suffer a great calamity. One doesn't handle a problem of such magnitude with so flippant an approach. If Rubin has erred Congress Weekly has sinned. About People ... Morris Morgenstern, one of the great Jewish philanthropists of our time, relates that in a conversation with James G. McDonald, our Ambassador to Israel remarked he was glad his wife was not Jewish. 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PAGE 10 B b**Mhfhridr**n FRIDAY, DK2MM Chanuka Its History And Background _. -t_% % % %  qmnnnt r^f (Continued form Page 6 B) depicted on severa: or the murals. This most ancient synagogue which dates back to 245 C.E. had the earnest known pictorial representations of biblical scenes. In various ancient synagogues of Palestine single and double Menorot feature the ornaments and panels. In the synagogue at Priene. Greece, for example, several Menorat were found engraved on the pillars and in other parts of the edifice, indicating exceptionally careful workmanship. Even the catacombs and cemeteries of Jews in Rome and other places have designs of the Menorah. Oddly enough, however, the Menorah appears very rarely alone. Whether as a ceiling design or a motif of a wall design or etched in glass, the Menorah is surrounded by a group of other ceremonial items. Thus may be seen such artistic decorations as a Torah scroll, the Ram's Horn, the palm branch and citrus, a replica of the Ark atop of which are the Cherubim, or similar designs. At times there are designs of the palm tree, pomegranate, grapes and similar plants. Animal life is represented by the gazelle, dove. lion, eagle and of course the ram with its very Jewishly significant horn. Ancient Jewish custom had placed a ban on imitating the Menorah. the seven-branched car, in of the Holy Temple. Th< to making a candelabrum v res ..• nal Menorah but having li branchi I multibranched Temple lamp. It this latti -:tudc which gave the [in '. designers the Ch inuka li mp the insp: make use of the Men : and at the same %  time construct the candelabrum for the special needs of the eightday holiday. Thus, instead of a central shaft and three branches on each side, the Chanuka Menorah has four branches with the central shaft serving for the Shummas (servant) taper by which all the other lamps are lit. Many Chanuka lamps, as used through the ages, have been discovered in various Jewish communities. The most ancient Chanuka candelabrum, however, was one discovered in Palestine and is said to date back to the first century. It was made of clay and typified the Graeco-Roman era However .the vast amount of archaeological work going on in the past couple of generations has not brought to light examples of Chanuka Menorot used during the period beginning with the first century up through the end of the Middle Ages. The Menorot on displav in various museums ; and collections of Jewish cere.monial objects are for the most part Chanuka lamps dating from I the time of the Renaissance. Recent years have brought about manv interesting designs in the Chanuka Menorah. Craftsmen in modern Israel have been exporting some excellent examples of this ceremonial object for the observance of the Feast of Lights. Many of them are in line with ancient traditional motifs while some have a modernistic blend. A very popular model of Chanuka Menorah is the bronze candelabrum which is made up of a series of miniature ancient oil lamps with a pitcher serving as the main resevoir for the oil. Wicks immersed in oil, instead of the usual yellow candles, are used to kindle the lamp. Most of the old Chanuka candelabra are easily traced to the country of their origin by significant ornamentation. There are moorish shaped Menorot revealing their origin in North Africa and other Arab lands. In manv cases the artistic influence of theii non-Jewish neighbors has shown itself in the work of Jewish craftsmen. And so it is that in many instances the little ih symbols on the Menorah placed by cupids. horns of plenty, baskets with fruit and simili r secular designs. Because Jewish religious leaders did not wish to permit the ular Menorah of the synagogue to be magnified by the Chanuka Menorah. the synagogue candelabrum is also an eight-branched affair. It was strongly felt that it would be unfitting to have the eight-branched Chanuka Menorah and a seven-branched candelabrum used the year-round rival each other. Although the Chanuka candelabrum for the synagogue stands erect, the Mcnoiah for the home has taken on various shapes and constructions. They have been fashioned to hang on the wall or from the ceiling or. as in most, instances, to be set up on the window sill. In the hanging lamps various shapes have been utilized for the eight oil cups. For example, some are in the shapes of heads of animals. Some are simple vials for the oil. Many of the hanging lamps required a large size back to support them. This gave an opportunity to artisans to create bas relief and engraving* of the various Hebrew religious symbols, already mentioned above. In modern Israel, the Chanuka Menorah is a public symbol. Immense electrified Menorot are mounted atop water towers and communal buildings. A very odd type of Menorah was created by the Israelis during the war when helmets were mounted on an iron arc. The helmets were filled with oil and their light -could be seen over the countryside. The Menorah, symbol of light and truth, has been an inspiring manifestation for Jews for thousands of years. It has become an important symbol of the festive table ushering in Sabbath and festivals; it stands in full glory in the pulpits of temples and synagogues; its little tapers gleam amidst the glee and smiles of little children during the cold wintry nights of Chanuka. And as each night of the festival continues and additional tapers take their places in the Chanuka candelabra holders, Jews recall the miracles of the past and the glorious history of an Eternal People. In the very dim and hoary past of Israel's existence, as nomads in the desert of Sinai, the Hebrews saw in their Tabernacle Menorah, reflections of their great the pa,, spiritual code. I n score generations the ft of the Chanuka Men iH kept alive memories of an \H and impressive past Tt heroi kindled Israel's a n,i h ey which has burst Bftj bounded flames of tnS faith in a modern h~L"1 sustain a hone in „ ,..' %  **' %  M sustain a hope in a f utu I, shall bring the world CCMT s divine nj I shall bring the world closeru realization of man's divl, sion. r EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKEH PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21 st %.* CHANUKA GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANElJ 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-11 RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A Blue and Gray and Yellow Cab PHONE 2-4141 GREETINGS DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 1545 N.W. 45th Street Greetings Call 2-2744 HIM MAY Complete Auto Upholstery 1707 N.W. 32nd St Miami TO ALL ... 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D ECEMBER_l 1 i950_ *>*ixti nrjriH&*n M Singer To L.|.| tamps Vj Richard E. Singer of Israel in West Palm |has announced that he will nf fte directors of Sk> Kmos iwin camps for boys 1 n to seventeen. i an 800-acre estate in the Blue Ridge r' a t Sautee, Ga., just ;„{ the North Carolina •he two camps are on 1„ sides of Sky Lake, a | tlIy private 40 acres liid lake, Dated with Rabbi Singer Iriin Gold, a member of the Tof the College of Physical ton University of Florida, THE ADVENTURES 0 F CAPIAIN JUV PAGE 11 B HOLD THEM OFF AS BCT WB CAN WITH KNIVES ?fU T LOOK I ^^J ARAB fclftNDirs ATTACK^^ |9 %  %  & THE VILLAGE. WE'VE 1 WBtli C-CT TO HURRy M^A fcLi_ ^Sfl^ W 0^ mtlSM^ In Our New Location H. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" %  Miami, Fla. 3148 S. W. 22nd St Ibi Richard E. Singer he K. Singer, Ohio State |ty graduate teacher of icussing the aims and [Sky Lake Camps, Rabbi jaid that the camps will be ive in nature, with a 1 of attention paid to guidance. Toward this icamps will be limited to Tina 65 girls, While the fe non-sectarian, spiritual fill be stressed, along with tat activities, |M:s will be available on s .playing* fields, and •idint; will be on the enclosed ring for and later on the wide 'rails through miles of fcid. Fishing, swimming l-ng will be featured on je. with long canoe trips Vger power lakes within fc:Ies_of the camps. Boys \ will join together for Kivities such as square pmpfire.-. dramatics and liable to the various age jj information about Sky pps and camp booklet Inad by calling Mr. and P Altman, Miami repress, at 87-0534, or by writftly to Rabbi Singer. prael, West Palm Beach, GREETINGS TO ALL SKAGSETH YOUR FRIENDLY STATIONERY STORE 55 N.E. 1st St.—82-4611 1468 N.W. 36th St.—9-8911 7936 N.E. 2nd Ave.—78-0511 1462 Washington Ave. A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL


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PAGE 12 B +JewistnuridUan FRIDAY. DECEMBER Variety Show Will Highlight Barn Dance A men's ballet, a humorous monologue and a skit featuring "The Five Mad Russians" will headline the variety show to be presented by Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter. B'nai B'rith, at their barn daree on Saturday evening. December 9, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs. Henry Ehrenkranz and Nathan Oberferst are chairmen of the event. Prizes will be awarded for winners in the pie-eating contest, fat man's Charleston competition, old folks' waltz contest and the cake walk. An award will also be given to best and worst rumba dancer of the evening. Program will be under the direction of Mrs. William Hechler and Mrs. Edward Marx. Chairman of the ticket committee will be Mrs. Malka Frank. Other chairmen are: Mrs. Harry Kessler. prizes; Mrs. Murray Bush, props: and Mrs. Arthur Bassman, decorations. IN THE MAIL Up-to-Dale Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 WALDEN AND WALLEN SEPTIC TANKS Installed and Repaired DRAIN FIELDS RELAID Free Inspection 3400 N. W. 38th Ave. PHONE 88-2150 Editor, The Jewish Flondian Dear Mr. Shochet: I have been reading with interest and enjoyment the series of articles appearing in your publication written by Seymour B Liebman. I find them timely, informative and of educational value. The community and the cause of Zionism is enriched by the addition of such a personality in this area. We in Hadassah are deeply concerned with all that transpires in Israel. We have a great depth of regard for the individual and collective welfare of the citizen and the state. Therefore, a measure ot understanding and sympathy exists in our minds and in our hearts towards any and all phases of Zionist activities and the various organizations and individuals participating. Mr. Liebman's clear and personal insight and perspective coupled with his talented ability in describing and relating what he himself has personally seen and experienced, bring to his series of articles a warmth and most satisfying experience in thenreading. Cordially yours, MRS. MURRY GROSSMAN, President. Florida Region Hadassah. SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" 252 N.W. Second Street Mio3nil Lodge Plans AWL iTlto Plans are being formulated by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith for its fifth annual "ADL Night, to be held on Tuesday. December 12, at Beth El Center, according to bidii,-v Aronovitz. president. Under the direction of program chairman. David Stuzin. the program will feature addresses by Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth and Anti-Defamation League Director Gilbert J. Balkin. Sectarianism in public schools, quota systems in colleges and equality of opportunity of college graduates in the professions will be discussed. Also scheduled for discussidn is the recent linking of the Ku Klux Klan with national hate movements. Free Loan Association Slates Chanuka Party A gala Chanuka party will be given by the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association on Monday, December 4, 8 p.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to announcement by Samuel Rothstein. Working on plans for the affair is Isidore Schwartz, vice president, who announces that there will be no admission and the public is invited. A musical program and refreshments are on the agenda. Liuiek Merchandise l, v ,.| Dealers In New and Used Furniture We Pay You A Fair Price For Your Household WE TRADE 2207 N. W. 36th Street Phone w 84Jj Telephone 3-6683 Nights & Holidl^T^ Surgical Equipment Co. HOSPITAL. PHYSICIANS AND LABORATonv EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 201 S. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6683 Miami w SOUTHERN PAINTERS "A COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICE" 2713 N. 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Ly_ DE CEMBER 1. 1950 ^T^Zo-r D.STURBIN&YCXI 1 [Sf COHEN BUT MY HUSBAND) feffi?PAiY ABO UT YOUR +Jewish fhridHan PAGE 13 B |ed Of Tuberculosis, Dora Moscowitz turns To Husband And Daughter YORK CITY (AJP) [Moscowitz was home again Uk with her three-year-old Her and the husband she met first l..ved—during nine 0 f hiding in a ghastly %  ound bunker in NaziCzechoslovakia, imore in.portant, Dora was Li the il.vaded tuberculosis I which for a time threatened to complete the extermination job attempted by both the Nazis and Communists. Thanks to the loving care of America's top TB specialists and the miracles of modern science, Dora prepared this week i to renew a normal .life iirst inA HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MARKS IIKOT HERS DEMOLITION—EXCAVATING "Anywhere in the State" Equipment For Rent 100"" Veteran Owned and Operated Night Phone 4-6347 Now Located at West Avenue Phone 58-1496 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" 1213 West Flagler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Pone* do Leon Blvd.. Corel Gable. WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS CHANUKA GREETINGS GREETINGS |estors Diversified Services, Inc. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA rO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA HECTOR SUPPLY CO. aches—Homestead, West Palm Beach, Belle Glade Ft. Pierce SYTHTNG FOB THE GARDEN—LAWNS—FARMS • FO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA LEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate oral Way Phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES TO ALL GREETINGS W 2nd Street Miami terrupted with Hitler's rise to power. Through the war years, Dora fled one step ahead of Hitler's legions. Once the Jewish girl was forced to hide nine months like an animal in an underground bunker as Nazi agents closed in for a capture. But Dora eluded them. In her great moments of fear and doubt, Dora Moscowitz met her future husband Marcus, who like she, was in hiding from the Nazis. They were married in Carlsbad, the nearest city, after liberation by the Red Army. Then word reached the couple that Red Army was shipping Jews off to Siberia to augment Communist slave laborers. In the dread of night the two fled the Russian Zone and reached safety within the American sector. Like most refugees, the Moscowitzes wanted to come to America. It was easier said than done. Months of filling out what seemed to Dora and Marcus endless forms and papers followed. Then the great day came. In 1949 the couple with their threeyear-old daughter embarked for New York—thanks to the help of the Joint Distribution Committee and other cooperating agencies. But the years of hiding like an animal in the depths of the earth and taken their toll. Dora.' then 25, had contracted deadly TB. The same interested parties who helped her come to America stepped in to help her lead a happy life. Dora was rushed to the Denvei sanatorium of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society. Marcus remained in their new Brooklyn home to care for their little daughter. When the Moscowitz' little girl asked her daddy recently, "When's my mommy coming home?" a grateful smile crossed Marcus' weary face. "Next week, darling," he said proudly. And it was so. For modern science had worked what Dora, tears rolling down her cheeks, considered a miracle. Medics at the sanatorium had pronounced her as cured and ready to rejoin her family. Dora Moscowitz was overjoyed as she returned home this week. It was the end of a nightmare which began many years ago when an insane paperhanger vowed Dora and her kind would never be happy again. '~v.,* ^intn fr i ffi Jfi GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-5197 BEST WISHES W. A. GLASS HURRICANE SALES CO. WHOLESALE & COMMISSION YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS General Manager WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phone 48-1631 7117 N.W. 5th Court Phone 78-1522 Box 1285 Miami, Florida iiiu-iiLn us-i/jnuDiLL, mu 1740 N. E. Second Avenue TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA To Jewry Everywhere "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates RISCAYNE FRONTON P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoxa ATenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SALES — MOTOROLA — SERVICE EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564 Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television LEW HEWES Chris Craft Sales and Service PARK, MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC. Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft 412-18 N.W.N. Rirer Dr. 82-5411 427 N.W.N. Rirer Dr. 7-4191 To All Our Friends and Patrons HOLIDAY GREETINGS W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD HOLIDAY GREETINGS JAMES P. STUART MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER 922 Ingraham Building Phone 9-5661



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PAGE 14 B +Jewistincr*MM7 FRIDAY, DECEMBfj Chanuka-A Timely Message For Mr. And Mrs. World Today By RABBI LEON SPITZ The message of Chanuka speaks wa n spa ce of an exh.bit with even more compelling em phasis to Mr. and Mrs. World in our present war-crisis which has as its announced objective the preservation of the sovereignty of small nations. However, its specific observance remains the direct concern of the Jew, as it has been for the past 2100 years and more. All the world over, we Jews celebrate Chanuka both at home and in the synagogue on the 25th day of Kislev, according to the ancient Hebrew calendar. This year it will fall cm the work of December 4 to 12. in America, in the Stiitt .'[ Is;ail. and everywhere else where Jews arc to be found, c i n h t 1 i 11 1.' orange Chanuka candles wll be lit on the eight Chanuka nishts. On the firsl < v. nint;. one candle will Inlit: on the second -veiling, two: on tlif thud evening, three; and so on until on the last or eighth evening, all the eight candles will lie lit. This candle lighting c< mony will be carried out in hundreds of thousands of Jewish homes throughout the world. This has been going on for two thousand, one hundred and fifteen years. At first the Rabbinical Academy of Rabbi Shammai advocated that the order of kindling the lights should be reversed, that on the first night all the eight candles should be lit in a sudden blaze l glory to illuminate the advent of the festival. However. Rabbi Hillers Academy urged the acroom. There are of course menorahs of various sizes and shapes and materials, ranging jn price from 25 cents to thousands of dollars. In olden limes—centuries ago—, people used earthen or clay menorahs and instead of candles they poured oil into the little cup's which they moulded into the earthen holders. In the days of the Maccabees, when Chanuka was fust celebrated, the priests would pour consecrated oil to feed the Menorah which was kept in the Holy of Holies in the T<*mple at. Jerusalem. In our own time menorahs usually have beautiful symbolic decorations engraved on there such as the six-pointed Star of David at the top and crouching lions at each side. What is the origin of this holiday? Chanuka was first instituted in the City of Jerusalem on the 25th day of Kislev in the year 165 BCE by Judah. the Maccabee. the Jewish priest-patriot of those far-away times. We kindle the Chanuka lights during the Chanuka week. In the synagogue the rabbi or cantor lights them after he chants the blessings; in the home, father or one of the boys chants the blessing, "Blessed art Thou O Lord our God. King of the universe. Who hast made us holy by Thy commandments and commanded us to kindle the lights of Chanuka." while the other children in the family light the Chanuka. Special holiday latkes ^ or potato-pancackes are served^ and trendel games are indulged in by young and old. With much greater enthusiasm is Chanuka observed on its native soil in the new state, Israel. There on Chanuka nights huge Menorahs are set up on the roofs of synagogues, schoolhouses, City Halls and government buildings, which illuminate the entire city or village, a practice which—incidentally—is becoming quite the fashion with*American synagogues and Jewish Centers. There is one spot which is sac red to the hearts of the Jewish children in Israel, the village of Modin. For the duration of the Chanuka week outings are arranged by virtually all the schools ,.i Israel. The school children stream by the thousands into Modin, there to salute and chant in tribute to the Chanuka heroes. No wonder that Chanuka — so adequately celebrated as a children's holiday—is the happiest and best beloved of holidays in the Jewish calendar, in America, in Israel, and everywhere else. In our American public schools there is a growing tendency to observe in some way Chanuka and Christmas simultaneously as the Christmas tree and the Chanuka Menorah are displayed side by side and Chanuka and Christmas songs are chanted interminglingly. However, it is still a moot question as to whether or not this "good-will" effort should be promoted or be discouraged. Yet this very attempt tends to bring out the universality of Chanuka, a holiday which carries a message for all the world to heed ,and is yet a distinctive and peculiarly Jewish national-religious institution. WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ... HOLIDAY GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPAQ 15 N. W. 24th Street ph ^' 535 u plays and par... its lull glory. .,. wn ich the children receive It is believed that the Christian I chanuka presents and everyone ritual of lighting Christmas lights meets one another. A Happy has been borrowed from Chanuka. Amons' Jews light has from the earliest times been a religious ritual associated with Temple worship, with the ushering and escorting lhe Sabbath and YonTov i.i the f kidciush and Habdalah both in synagogue and in the home, at weddings and yahrzeits, and yizkor-memorials, and at all public services. The Chanuka Menorah is usually made of brass or even tin, or copper, or chromium, silver. One may also sec in the Jewish Museum in New York City a tremendously huge Menorah of cedarwood which takes up the Plaster Mason Cement Stucco Plain Ornamental 25 Years Experience Estimates Cheerfully Given Guarantee Satisfaction S. COMITOS 2905 S. W. 17th Street Phone 48-4125 ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7796 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Phone 83-1623 FERGUSON & ROBERTS, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 616 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA Telephone 88-5291 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA V. J. HOIXHERL COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Arenu* Phone 3-0611 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MR. AND > %  !.*. E SI\iil 11 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY .lark II. Pero 1411 S.W. 11th Street Miami TO ALL GREETINGS Western Meat Co. In,., WHOLESALE — HOME FREEZE 2122 N. W. 7th Arenue ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami,! SHELL'S SUPER MARKET | WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-l| The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop! In Edison Center—Open Sundays JOHN A. MOORE AND BISCAYNE ENGINEERING Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materiali Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Con 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 GREETINGS TO ALL HOME FURNITURE CO. MIAMI STORE 2719 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 48-4142 HIALEAH STORE 165 Hialeah Drive — Phone 88-3062 FOSSETT'S PHARMACY At the Entrance— Huntinofon BuiWmff 168 S. E. Fbrt St MiomL Ha. •! THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WOP W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor GREETINGS TO ALL SMITH'S RELIABLE SERVICE "BE^SURE WITH PURE" Washing Polishing Greasing Auto Repairs 3866 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 83-9177 FOR READY*DXED CONCRETE PHONE 4* Allied Concrete Products, 2600 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami, Florida fOne Block North of Dix.c High FRANK S. WUELKER. President GREETINGS FROM T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO, CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Dealers SALES AND SERVICE Phone 94516 M30 N. E. SECOND AVFJ^ Miami's Oldert a***"**""* 1 "" MUM M FLORfl*



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%  >av DECEMBER 1, 1950 forkshop Will Present lory 01 Franz Bocs j^e Story of Franz Boas" by Hurley, will be presented jjaflia Worsbop for Democracy 'Sundry. Decembr 3, at 7:45 | over radio station WMIE. [icior9 in this week's program include Vic Knobloch, Bill tors, Lennie Aronoff, Bob fnner and Lowell Thing. GerMarx is director and K( ssler. musical director. LEGAL NOTICE ER OF PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE KyPVTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, OHlKA. — IN CHANCERY, No. i.l.NK I RIEDMAN, Ilalntlff, va. ICHABL FRIEDMAN. Defendant. "jlICH \l.l. FRIEDMAN Jerome Avenue %  y ( ,iii city, New York i are hereby ordered and required Ifrve a copy of your answer to the I Complaint for Divorce, a copy irhlch is enclosed herewith, oh iililfs attorney> and file the pr.al in the office of the Clerk of [circuit Court of Dade County, %  da, ' i-r Applicant P TIC E UNDER FICTITIOUS L ,,, NAME LAW EEL!** HEREBY OIVEN that l„ ," %  ';'"'• '''siring to engage in f • r the fictitious name of 1 IQJ Stores at 1154 W. %  %  aw .V ,0,,rts to register said 1 V Clerk of the Circuit i Dad< ( otfnty Florida. MARVIN I,. ZANK IN THF T c mr? i y i n, PUBUCAT,ON %  „ T „ t CIRCUIT COURT OF THP ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIT $(Z, ?f rs Mary Sacks Ja08 Green Spring Avenue Baltimore. Maryland ttJt ^ KNP. "KREBY NOTIFIED ha", W-'HI.SJ """plaint for divorce has been filed against you. and vow are required to serve a copy of your ? 8 ^ V, ,her K ,ea '" n B to the bill ?nd C r^J ,la i nt •>". I'alntlffa attorney. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or l50 >re oth t ifrwi" lh ? ay of De """r. "' ,. th e J wls a a V-' ref > Dro confeaso %  ", !" „ < 'ntered rfgilnst vpu. DATED this 15th day of November. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,~, „ „ „ c|p, k, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE JR., IRVINC; CYPEN Demty Clcrk Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. 11/17-24 12/1-8 N0T CE KjilffS 1 Fl ^TITIOUS NOTICE ..^VKB^.HVKN „,„ ."'":^: •.'l'-lring,,,^ alr r i business under th <-'M„,,y.' \tvMV lMU, t Court Of DadLEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in IniMiiess under >he fictitious name „" 12/1-8-15-22 n U T '(1 "I-"SMITH B. J. FI.ATAUER NOTICE NA ER nCTIT, US fi 8 .. ron c"re. Miami |{,U ch inC erk of 'aS'VK Sa .' d nam "" the c!. e u r n k ,y',' f F 1 t h r e ,da : ."" CU f — FRANCES MITNICK BERICK ft% A S5Br n ,0 i-, !r,j:o I „ f,, Ro„ A d" ,ant 12/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Step Light Ladder Co. and/or Louisville Ladder and Scaffold Co., at 5706 N. W. .th Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAX GRANT 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of O. K. Liquors at 642 N. W. 3rd Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FLORENCE SCHWARTZ Sole owner 11/10-17-24 12/1 %  v, m NOT,CE T0 CREDITORS 1 N rH IV,"i '^' ; Y K-K COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY S?07S • ~ !" 1, '">RATE, No.' In I!,-: ESTATE OF MINNIE SCHWARTZ, i leoeneed. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: „JHY', and each ^ >' ou a,c hereby notifieil and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ deceaeed, late „r Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W F BUUIton, County .Judge of Dade County and file the same in his office in the mnilv Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months rrom the data of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid or same will be barred See Section 120 of the 1M:: Probate .\r<. Date November 22, A.D. 19.10. RICHARD FRANK, As Executor "f the Last Will and Testament of MINNIE SCHWARTZ Deceased. I'ALLOT. SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO ft MULLOY Attorneys for Executor 12/1-8-15-21 V ,', v-,-' KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. I-RANK KATZ. Defendant. TO: FRANK KATZ, defendant. lou are hereby required to serve a copy ,,r your Answer to the Bill of .,'.' ,", l '. : .', 1 .'!' l "•" Ptalntlffa attorney, WALTER C KOVNER, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Horida. and file the original in the office of the Clerk V. _. ''";''"" Court on or before lecernl.,.,fi. H..10; otherwise said Bill will be taken as confessed bv von Dated: this B day of November, 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, (flr^ni, r. Cler k .? f the Circuit Court, (t.lrcult Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., U/I0-17-24 12/1 DePUty a k OEOROE WERNU and MYERS. B888&T22KAK 860 Seyl 1 Bids U/M/l-g'lii lmUe nt ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS L,. NAME LAW ESiJj HEREBY GIVEN that K n.-d. desiring to engage in "lei the fictitious TWn.n. of IMi %  ,'• %  %  N "1244 Ocean "'"" Beach Florida. Intend* • '1 name with the Clerk • %  ourt of Dade County, ISIDOR NUSSDORF [.:'•"''. Florida 6?i >", Al |llk a,lt [ TlCE ^DER FICTITIOUS tin-: ,, N ME LAW Kte2L d H 5 R W T aw that u'," %  ,,' U s ir inK to "-ngage in hw the n ( .ti,| OU8 name of X V .'.'",''"use and Van Co. !,,,' s ,r e p '. Miami, Fla., '.' %  > said name with ;•; IrcuJt Court of Dado l/i.v'.'i'-l"BATTENBTBTN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Import and Export Company (not Inc.) at 182 N. E. 80th Terrace, Miami Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB LEVINGTON BERICK & SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Harold's Delicatessen and Luncheonette at 61S6 S. W. Sth Street, West Miami Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD SHAFFER LIEBMAN & ROSEN Attorneys for Applicant 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY FM)R1DA.—No. 23640. RE: ESTATE OF ROSE MEI.INSON, Dei-eased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have fijed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of ROSE MEI.INSON, Deceased; and that on the 2nd day of Jan., 1951, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Rose Melinson, deceased. Thla U (lay of Nov. 1950. GERTRUDE BERSON. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix, 3023 Seybold llldg., Miami, Florida 12/1-8-15-22 ,., m NOT,CE BY PUBLICATION D US5 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  '; :' ; J K ^TS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IMS*! ~ CHANCERY, No. BIAGIO SAVIANO. Plaintiff va T 46 6 J A > v e n^ U J E mUSO Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a cony ni„.n < Ur an f wer o he Bill of Compaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original ?£?"£. In ,. tn ^ office "' the Clerk of R S5' r ? U r! C U rt on or before the 8 day of December, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by vou. 7 dlM'" 1 'i? Mlam iF'or'da, this the 7 day of Nov., 1950. _, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, M ii,mi n a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Q^ e Arff.,5 r rJ!}&.S ct tou S5 of ?., Af I9.' AINTED SHOP at tU Mlraclo Mile, Coral Gables, Florida! I" 7'' 1 'J' [•••' said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GENE M. BOENINGER wv n .IRVING H. LIFSET MAX R. SILVER Attorney for applicants 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 11/17-24 12/1-8 ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IM^OIV; ''"" Al "' : <"OUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No! 13*718. unknown, are hereby notified that a J-i j Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy ,,f your Answer or I leading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney MAX R S. 1 r 'Yi"' ,t '" S*M Building. Miami; Honda, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of December, 1950, If vou fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, ..... Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER 921 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sunshine Halls at 1030 16th Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of 5!) e c,rcu l t Court of Dade Countv. i* lorlda. 11/24 12?,Vl b 5 AU RK 8HOBM0}f NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F^ E Y5->" rH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LN AND FOR DADE COUNTY J&JgPAOJ CHANCERY. No 118707, MAE HEDLAND. Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL HEDLAND. Defendant. To DANIEL HEDLAND DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a conv or your Answer to the Bill of com'plaint upon plaintiffs attorney, MORTON RpTflENBERQ 420 'Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before December 13 195(1; otherwise, said lilll will be taken as confessed by vou Dated this 14 da.V of November. A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR. 11/17-24 12/1-8 """ U,y n rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .image In business under the fictitious name of Governor Valet a! 135 21 si Streel Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. WM. H. WEISS 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136fi75. ANTOINETTE M. GAROFANO, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A. GAROFANO, Defendant. TO: MICHAEL A. GAROFANO, 107 Somcrs Street, Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a eony of your answer or pleadjfcg to the Bill for Divorce on the plflwitlff's attorney and to file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13 day of December. A. D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 13 day of November. 1950. „_...„ E P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) __,_ By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Sevbold Building, .Miami, Fla. 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OPA LOCK A GATEWAY INN located at 1276 Qua Locka Blvd., Opa Locka, Dade County, F'lorida. and intends to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. ROBERT L. HAMILTON 11/24 12/1-8-15 E, TUN & COMPANf VfaZ £eieased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified amd required to present any elaims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of MARY B. ADELMAN, deceased, late of Miami, Dade County, Florida to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office ln the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date November 14. A.D. 1950. (Signed) NATHAN ADELMAN. As Administrator of the ICstate of Mary B. Adelman. Deceased. ARONoVITZ & ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Administrator of the Instate i"f Mary B. Adelman, Dec'd. 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of House of Plastics at ::::" S. E. First St., Miami. Florida, Intend t.i register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CATHY c< >i:p.. INC., FREDA B. OARVT, President MORTON ROTHENBERG Attorney 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 229 N. E. 70th street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. H. I-'. GOLDBERGER 1:1.1 %  :A NOR (iOLDBERGER Owners MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida II 17-14 11 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot Adams Hotel at 2080 Park Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SETMOUR H Ko-iT and IRWIN E. KOTT 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Byer Furniture Company at 2199 N W. :16th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. ANNE BYER MORTON ROTHENBERG Attorney 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNNY ISLE MOTEL at 18585 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARON, INC. of MIAMI BEACH By: Maurice S. Levinson President. 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAMOS and his RUMREROS at 6949 Abbott Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD KANE Sob1 >wner 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at 111 N. H. Sth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH P.IRSi-H MAURICE U1RSU1I 11/3-10-17-24 12/1 "1 1 • • % 



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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1950

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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fewiislb-IEIlioipidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
NUMBER 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lonferees To
)r. Neumann
nuel Neumann of New
ner executive member
pish Agency for Pales-
principal speaker at
[iet which will close the
Southeastern regional
e of the Zionist Organ-
America.
I ely 300 persons are
to attend the meet which
linue from Friday, De-
|, through Monday, De-
. The concluding banquet
Dr. Neumann, who at-
|ie Jerusalem conference
nber. will speak is sched-
Munday at 7 p.m. in
Vhitman Hall of Beth
^nagogue.
will be devoted to pre-
t sessions. Ben R. Winick.
e, Tenn., will be chair-
session will open on
at 8 p.m. Mayor Harold
Miami Beach, Seymour
nan, conference chairman,
Straaten, president of
am. Beach District, and
Grossman, regional
^h piesident, will welcome
es.
speakers will be Rabbi
I Mescheloff, Adalbert
fan of Atlanta, Ga., region-
utive director, and Winick.
lorning session on Sunday
b'clock will be highlighted
(address by Louis A. Falk.
|ice president. A feature of
nche.m session will be a
rship clinic conducted by i
IV. President Abraham
leim. national membership
Ian,
will be elected at 4
Sunday. In the evening a
bl evening featuring Bran-
lamp activities will be held
: Beach Jewish Cen-
pncy Mazer of Birmingham
Israeli folk dancing
K P( tach Tikvah Senior
G up and a movie, "Des-
JnShalom," taken .and
by Joseph Pardo, will be
Ittractions at the session.
pidney Marks of New York,
\ executive secre-
|will .-peak at the general
ing Monday at 10
Iday's luncheon at the Ritz
I Hotel will be dedicated to
s Youth Foundation.
May of Nashville, Tenn.
de and Dr. Shlomo
ector of the Brandeis
i Foundation, will be princi-
peaktr. Maj. Joseph Barak,
nber of the Haganah,
|ddress the afternoon session
meet.
laddition to featuring Dr.
pan, the banquet will also
pe installation of officers,
p cantata by Rabbi Leon
I:sh and Samuel Kelemer.
paster will be Seymour B.
n^n. who is chairman of the
tntiun.
lonhoff Returns
)m Travels Abroad
|wish Floridian Columnist
f'V Simonhoff returned to
|mi this week after spending
and one-half months in
f;>pc and Israel
pnonhoff, who sailed from
r xork aboard the Maure-
P on June 6, has been filing
ywnes from England, Ire-
acotland, Sweden, Den-
, Germany, Holland and
Irfi Suln!'e his departure.
Imonhoffs -Til Say" promises
Inf. L ed Wlth chf>'ce stories
Hit iSiiravela which he has
| yet told.
The United Jewish Appeal, which provides the funds for a world-wide program of relief,
rehabilitation end resettlement for needy and displaced Jews, has been reconstituted for the thir-
teenth consecutive year with the signing of an agreement by its three beneficiary agencies. Compris-
ing the UJA are the United Palestine Appeal, whose main program is the absorption of Jewish
immigrants into the productive framework of Isiiel; the Joint Distribution Committee, which is
concerned with the relief of distressed Jews in European and Moslem lands; and the United Servic&
for New Americans, which helps to rehabilitate and resettle displaced Jewish newcomers in the
United States. Shown signing the agreement for 1951 are (seated. L to r.) Rudolph G. Sonneborn.
national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal; Mrs. Louis Broida, first vice president of United
Service for New Americans; Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee.
Looking on are (standing, 1. to r.) Ellis Radinsky, executive director of the United Palestine Ap-
peal; and Moses Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee.
Sharett Talk Slated
For CJFWF Meet
Mosho Sharett, Foreign Mi:
of Israel, will make his first pub-
lic appearance this year be
the Jewish communities of Amer-
ica at the nineteenth annual gen-
eral assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds to be held this weekend,
December 1-3. at the Shorehani
Hotel, Washington, D. C, il
announced by Stanley C. Myers,
president.
The Israel Foreign Minis
speech will be a highlight of the
national mobilization to I
Jewish Overseas and Domestic
Needs meeting on Sunday after-
noon, December 3. Set as the clos-
ing session of the asembly, the
mozilization will highlight the
collective achievements of the
welfare funds during the past five
years and turn the national spot-
light on their 1951 campaigns.
Myers, who will also make a feat-
ured address at the mobilization,
will point up the totality of n
met by the Jewish communities
here and overseas.
Other major assembly speakers
include Oscar R. Ewing. adminis-
trator of the Federal Security
Agency; Julian Freeman, Indi-
anapolis, chairman of the CJFWF
I Committee on Stable and Unified
I National Fund Raising: Herbert
R. Abeles, Newark, chairman of
! the CJFWF Committee on Na-
: tional-Local Relations; Jerome N.
Curtis. Cleveland, vice chairman
of the CJFWF Committee on
Community Organization; Rabbi
Bernard J. Bamberger, New
York, president of the Synagogue
Council of America; H. L. Lurie,
CJFWF executive director: and
Harold Glasser, director of the
CJFWF Institute on Overseas
; Studies.
Chest Workers
Reach $329,302
Pace-setting Division A work-
ers in the Dade County Commun-
ity Chest passed the two-third
mark in their part of the cam-
paign this week when they
brought in another $37,231 to
their total to $257,65566.2 pet-
cent of their goal.
The report of the Miami ad-
vance workers, added to amounts
raised by the Miami Beach teams
and other contributions, brought
the total in the overall camp
to S329.302. This is 38.4 per cent
of the needed S857.000.
Two prominent leaders in
Greater Miami women's affairs
will be co-chairmen of the met-
ropolitan division of the
campaign. They are Mrs. Frede-
rick F. Ravin and Mrs. Lou.s
Glasser.
Now in process of organization,
the metropolitan division will
sign up some 3,500 volunteers to
launch an area wide canvass of
donors starting January 14. All
civic and welfare organizations,
as well as churches and h
will be solicited under its direc-
tion.
"A Great Miracle Happened There"
Weisgd To Speak
At UIT Dinner
Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of
the executive council of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci
Rehovoth. Israel, will headline
the list of speakers at the testi-
monial dinner in honor of Prof.
Harold C. Urey on Wedne
December 6, at the Black
Hotel. Miami Beach, it has been
announced by Dr. Louis G. Lyt-
ton, chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami UIT Committee.
Weisgal has been closely associ-
ated with President Chiam Weiz-
mann for the past 30 years. Be-
cause of this association, his
friends have dubbed him the
(Continued to 11 A)


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FRIDAY,
KEMBER
i
, i

First 4;ihl llarn nance, Country Store, Carnival
18-Year-0ld Piano Prodigy Will Open
Beach YMHA Community Concert Series
Posting notice of the gala barn dance and country store
jamboree to be given by the First Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables on Saturday, December 2, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coliseum are
(1. to r.) Mrs. Edward Riskin, Arthur Borak and Murray Barson.
Arrangements have been com-
pleted by the Sisterhood of the I
First Jewish Congregation for a
gala barn dance, country store j
and carnival to be held Saturday.
December 2. at 8:30 p.m. at the
Coliseum.
of WMIE will act as auctioneer
for a baseball autographeS by
Flip Rosen, while Jack Cummins,
also a sportscaster, will auction
a football autographed by Coach
Andy Gustafson. Jackie Pierce of
Happy Harold and his Cracker- j ^TYJ .wili bc .n hand. to assist
jacks will play for square and
ballroom dancing. Uncle Martin.
WWPB radio personality, wjll
lead a group of square dance ex-
hibitionists to acquaint guests
with square dance steps. Also
1 to appear are Hal Murray
i WMIE and Barry Kaye ol
WKAT. who will emcee the affair.
Sports Commentator Bill Sheetz
AJC Chapter To Hold
Chanuka Brunch Dec. 5
Brand, is Chapti i (formerly A
Chapter) of the American J
C I] (SS will
its annual
C li a n u k a
b r u n c h o n
lay, De -
cember 5, at 11
.in. at the
i Richter
Hotel.
Mrs. Seligman s .Ma*
Shapiro will be
guest speaker, and a chorus of 60
under the direction ol
I n A. Duff of Miami Beat h
High School will present a
Chanuka program.
Mrs. Julius Seligman is in
charge of tlv. program.
the ladieh in selling script money
and wait on folks visiting the
"white elephant" counter.
Mrs. Eli Sinbinder is chairman
of the event. Assisting her with
arrangements are the Mesdames
Philip Catsman. Lee Platt, Ar-
thur Barak. Philip Resnick, Ben
Fri( dman. Paul Goldberg, Edwin
Briskin, Murray Barson, Sam
Rabb, Harold Reinhard. Lou
Banish and Abe J. Maloff.
Eighteen-year-old piano prod-
igy, Ervin Laszlo, opens the 1950-
51 recital program of the Miami
'Beach YMHA Community Con-
ICI il Series on December 14 at the
M ami Beach Municipal Audi-
.im.
Hungarian born L
nun i throughout the world j
since his debut at the age of nine.
I with the Bud..p. -i Phflh irmonic !
orchestra. Of his New York Town j
Hall debut the critics said: "The;
most remarkable young painist |
encountered in 20 years of music
ving.*' His first tour of tiie
United States brought gilt edged
superlatives that re-echoed the
New York clitics.
Young Laszlo won the Francois
Liszt Prize at the age of 14. and
at 15 in competion with 500 artists
Irom 40 countries, ho won the
grand prize at the International
Music Competition in Geneva.
Except for the year 1944, when
the Nazis occupied Budapest and
Ervin was forced into hiding, he
has appeared with the leading
symphony orchestras of the world.
Laszlo's recital will mark the
opening of the fifth season of
musical presentations offered by
the Miami Beach Community
Concert Series. Following Laszlo
are the Orfeo Hispanico, Decem-
ber 26; Norman Carol, violinist,
January 29; Charles Weidman
An % ilia rv Elects
ftr
Mr*. Weintrauh
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub was
unanimously elected president of
the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged at a
recent meeting of the organiza-
tion.
Also elected to office were Mrs.
Leon Eber, first vice president;
Mrs. Jacob H. Katz, second vice
president; Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Einhorn, financial secretary.
Other officers include Mrs.
Ralph Krieger. third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sam Geltner, corres-
ponding secretary; Mrs. Joel Zalis,
treasurer; Mrs. Rose Weiss, ser-
geant-at-arms.
Dance Company, February 21; and
Suzanne Dance, soprano, March
22.
Film Premiere ScKe
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Decembers, at 3o ? *,
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Y nrrEMBER 1. 1950
Jewistiflnrk&>jn
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7/ Say...
I 0ftPn comment on the difference in cities,
L lv due to architecture or styles in clothes.
Krep seems to possess a character all its own.
K tr-st between.foreign countries can be at-
i to differences in language and culture. But
within the same country also has its
lar atmosphere. This is particularly true in
K'L"r'ican fashion, Tel Aviv and Jaffa have
IS into a metropolis of 350,000 peoplealmost a
f |'s population. As a consequence, this
Vtv is in the rapid tempo of the 20th century.
s overcrowded. When queuing up
then standing compressed subway like,
tell to remember that the state is hardly more
I v years old. It is scarcely 40 years since a
Uder of Jaffa Platted sand dunes into lots, never
lg thai he had started Tel Aviv. One feels
a the humming business streets. On
usses and autos fairly crowd your
vement. The new city is primarily
lotel, theatrical, and cafe I
I nd sophistication. But Jaffa retains
[ an Arab city, even if Jews from
re occupying the houses vacated
: the '">' frightened Moslems. Tel Aviv
i dual, financial, artistic, and politi-
il the Knesset does moot in Jeru-
Cities In Israel
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
oIm C '
[ I have already written. Its tone
\ I by the university. There is a pro-
Hal di ii'lateness about its pace. Jerusalem
mifiecl nd pedestrian, as if conscious of its
fed place in history. Priests carrying crosses,
kmedans in mufti, and bearded Chassidim with
belts flowing under fur hats are a constant re-
tthat it is the only city in the world which all
Jree religions can call the Holy City.
The Port
Haifa is probably the most representative city. The
new and the old meet here and merge. It has the
climates and elevations characteristic of the land.
It is coastal, hilly, and flat; yet the busy water front
seems to bear no relation to the suburbs on Mt.
Carmel. Industrial and maritime, the city is more
proletarian than bourgeois. The sections abandoned
by the fleeing Arabs retain the stamp of the orient.
Mosques for the faithful and institutions under the
cross appear more prominent than synagogues. From
the top of Carmel at night* the myriad of lights
remind you of Los Angeles. On a clear day, the
distant view of ships anchored in the blue Medi-
terranean is no less beautiful than Bergen in Norway
or Naples from Mount Vesuvius.
A Summer Resort
Safad would retain iLs medieval character if the
old-timers continue to elect the present mayor. This
pietist regards the quaint atmosphere of Cabbalism
and Chassidism as its invaluable asset. Under his
administration, Safad is the only city which does not
pester the government for subsidies to improve and to
expand. It evidently is satisfied to remain stationary,
with eyes reverted > I inctified past. But nothing
can retard its ultimate progress. For it spreads on
hills which dffi r the coolest climate to visitors ei
to escape the arid heat of the desert or the sum
humidity of the coastal plain. Hotels and pensions
will in the near future cluster the summit of Mt.
Canaan, which over shadows the city. Even now with
inadequate facilities, Safad attracts on Lag B'omer
50,000 pilgrims who come to celebrate the Festival
of Meron at the tomb of the Tanai and mystic, Rabbi
Shimon bar Yochai.
Sunshine in Winter
Tiherias as a shrine city ranks with Safad next to
Jerusalem. Miamonides is buried near the grave of
the savior of Judaism, Rabbi Jochanan ben Zakkai,
who founded Yavne while the Roman legions were
pulverizing the Judean state. The inaccessible tomb of
Akiba on a hill can easily be seen from the Rambam's
grave. But the most impressive tomb of all is the
marble vault of Rabbi Mair bal Haness, overlooking
beautiful Lake Kinereth. Tiberias, though as old and
as holy, is the very opposite of Safad. Several hun-
dred feet below sea level, it is the most torrid city
in Israel, and consequently an admirable winter
resort. It is as progressive as Safad is static. Hot
water from the famous sulphur springs is being
piped into a modern pavilion with bathing and swim-
ming pool facilities. Hotels and apartments are
springing up on the boulevard facing the Kinereth.
a mountain girded lake, which for quiet charm and
peaceful repose cannot be surprassed anywhere.
A Fifth Column
Nazareth is the all Arab city in Israel. The Jewish
visitor senses an unexpressed resentment. Native
Christians no doubt feel it a sacrilege for the home
of Jesus to be in the Jewish state. Moslems are com-
forted with the thought that 40.000.000 surroun
Arabs are their allies in blood and faith. The Com-
munist group, with their representative in the
Km lently banks on sympathy from the
mlin. All in all, Nazareth is a plague spot festering
a fifth column for a second Arab invasi< n.
A City in the Desert
To the outsider, Beersheba is merely a name out
of Genesis. The residents warn tourists not to smoke
at the well which Abraham dug. The visitor is as-
tonished to find 10,000 recently arrived Olim living
in this sandy gatewaV on the rim of the Negev. The
government is planning to make Beersheba into an
industrial city that will support a population of
50,000 souls. In Israel the fantastic becomes common-
place.
[eh Zionists To
lr Schwartzman
[is Schwartzman, executive
Jor of the Bureau of Jewish
Ltion, will speak on "The
It Organization at the Cross-
| : ting of the Miami
i Zionist District Luncheon
Xn Wednesday, December 6,
Jl5 p.m. at Lincoln Manor
lirant. 2 Lincoln Road,
. Shapiro, chairman and
Y has announced.
pvartzman is past director of
Inboard Zionist Youth Re-
land author of playlets,
articles and brochures on
education,
sting Shapiro with arrange-
iarc Daniel M. Broad, Paul
In. Jacob C. Fishman and
lr Samuel Kelemer.
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Formed at Hebrew School
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation has formed a Young
Judaea group, open to girls from
ten to 12 years of age.
To be known as Tel Aviv Chap-
ter, the group elected Francene
August president; Norma Wolf-
son, secretary; and Barbara Lock-
nar, treasurer.
The new chapter will meet
every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the
synagogue, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Chanuka Program Slated
For Golden Age Meeting
A special Chanuka program will
highlight the meeting of the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
on Sunday, December 3, at 2:30
p.m.
The group's third anniversary
dance will be held on Saturday,
December 9, at the center. Dave
Kleber and his orchestra will
furnish the music. Proceeds from
the affair are earmarked for the
unit's Jerusalem Y fund. Tickets
may be obtained at the center.
Tests ftiven To
liar iWitzvah
Candidates
First tests under the new Bar
Mitzvah rules enacted by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and the Bureau of Jewish
Education were given at the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation Friday.
The new rules call for a two-
year requirement of satisfactory
attendance at a Hebrew school
and the taking of a test on mini-
mum requirements in five Jewish
studies: Hebrew, prayer reading,
laws and customs, history and
current news and the Book of
Genesis.
Tests were administered to
Louis Levin, Alfred Rosen, Alfred
Meltzer, George Isaacs and Jay
Gilbert under the supervision of
Rabbi Simon April and Louis
Schwartzman.
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Arrangements are being made
for the New Year's eve dance to
be given by Beth David Sister-
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Rosen and Mrs. Harry Gordon,
chairmen.
Dave Tyler's orchestra wjll pro-
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FRIDAY,
DECEMb^
EDITORIAL
A Forgetful Wtn'lil
A shocking move by the World Medical As-
sociation at its recent New York convention seems
to have received much of the same indifferent
attention as the civilized world gave to the wanton
killing of 6.000,000 Jews by the Hitler regime.
The convention's action got little or no attention
in the press. The fact is, however, the World
Medical Association voted 33 to 3 to take into
its membership the organized physicians of Ger-
many, a considerable number of whom had be-
trayed their profession by participating in crimes
against humanity, principally against defenseless
Jews.
Although the association seeks "to maintain
the honor of the medical profession," its members
spurned the plea of Dr. Emil Adler, a delegate
from Israel, who charged that some German
doctors had perpetrated vivisection of human
beings and sterilization cf innocent Jews.
To all this the representatives of the organized
doctors of West Germany replied that "the Ger-
man medical profession has violated the ethical
tradition of medicine." They promised that it never
would happen again.
The World Medical Association was willing to
take that assurance on its face value.Jewish
Bulletin.

CHANUKA5711
interesting
A recent Russel Sage Foundation ,e
closes that the very poor and the very^j
the most generous donors to charity J^
proportionate income. Low-income qr
report states, contribute more than 60%*')
total funds donated for philanthropic pi*'
In the light of those findings, it WOuid J
interesting to know whether this general
giving holds true when applied to Jewish"
thropy. If it does, it might open a '
proach to the entire problem "cf Jewish"
raising in, the United States and lead to
evaluation of the practiced collection method
On hears complaints these days thf *
response to appeals for charitable causes itd
ing aid to Israel, is not what it should be k
possible that in efforts to secure large sumsJ
the rich, we have neglected the mechaniJ
approach to the poor? If that is the case, rajl
have, no evidence either way. it may weH]_
the key to our Jewish fund-raismg problen|
w'WWVWWWU
My Trip To Israel
By OPHRA CHILL
nA*s/-'W,'W
The first thrill that I got out of
my trip to Israel last year, which '
I six months, occurred at the
airport in Lydda. As the- plame
came to a stop, the landing stairs
were drawn along side, and the
e hatch opened. A very charm- j
ins lady, dressed in a well cut
outfit of the Israeli im- |
>n service, came aboard.
She took the loud speaker of
the plane's public address system,
and :n clear, sharp accents of
beautiful modern Hebrew, said.
"B'i ac han Habairn," which means
Th, se tw i -.'. : ds, i xpressed
with such apparent sincerity and
mth made all the passengers
turn in their seat.-, in pleasant
emotion in their throats, >
and faces.
And this feeling of warmth, and
ted emotional attachment
s be felt right through the !
medical control, passport control,
and all the various immigration
trnenls. Of course, the lan-
guage spoken was Hebrew, and
the language which I had been
,ng in books foi years sud-
denly came alive. All added to
the feeling that we had come to
n i thing that we had heard so
much about. Here I was in Israel!
I was very fortunate in having j
relatives to meet me. My grand-
father and uncles were at the
airport, and they drove me to
Jerusalem. We met the Israeli
patrols all along the road, who
greeted us reassuringly. My
grandfather pointed out to me the
points of interest, which were
usually an Arab village that is
now Jewish, or a spot where some
brave Israeli boys had given their
lives so that w could travel
safely on that same road. The
ride from Lydda to Jerusalem in
itself made my trip to Israel
worth-while.
But there was much more to
see. They took me around Jeru-
salem, which is one of the most
beautiful cities in the world.
There could be no doubt about
the spirit of bravery and devotion
of the Jewish inhabitants of Jeru-
salem. I sa v the ruins of th<
massive buildings and the de-
struction of Ramat Rachel, which
changed hands three times, in a
hand-to-hand battle before the
enemy was finally driven out for
good. The Holy City is now double
and even triple holy, having been
sanctified by the blood of men,
women and children of our gen-
eration.
Jerusalem nestles in the heart
of the Hills of Judeah. All the
buildings are made of native stone
and present a unique appearance.
There is something stately, and
holy about Jerusalem that you
can only understand by being
there.
While visiting Israel, I thought
that it would be a good idea to
observe some schools in Israel
and bring back a report to the
children of Miami Beach about
conditions in their school system.
The schools in the largest cities
such as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and
Haifa are all well classified with
fine teachers and fine equipment,
but the schools in the new settle-
ments are very poorly equipped
and inadequately housed. I found
many children using the bare
working, nothing moves slowly in
Israel. Tel Aviv, Haifa, Rihovoth,
Pctah, Tikva are cities, big and
real. Industry is springing up all
over. Small factories, large mills,
from making pins to automobiles,
all are coming into being out of
the will of these courageous
people to make a living homeland
out of a desert.
And speaking of the desert, the
miracle of miracles, is the de-
velopment of the Negev. Here on
bare sand dunes, under a burning
sun, villages and towns are
springing up. The sand is being
watered and fertilized, trees are
being planted, houses built, and
you see how the will of man can
overcome the ravages of 2000
years of neglect, when the man
works with his heart, as well as
his hands.
Haifa, the north, the Hills of
Canaan, Tiberias and the Sea of
Galilea, Degania were a breath
taking spectacle of grandeur and
beauty. Then a ride through the
Emek, that was once a material
swamp, and is now the grainery
of Israel. All pointed to what
could' be done in Israel by the
people who love it and fought so
valiantly for it.
It was very easy coming to
Israel, but leaving was very hard.
Saying good-bye was the most
unpleasant part of the trip. And
when I did get on the plane it
was with a firm determination to
come again and again and again
to absorb its vital inspiration.
President Congratulates Immigrant I
Philanthropist On 70th Birthday
DETROIT (AJP) Fiffy long
years ago a-" little immigrant
crossed the mountains into Colo-
rado to start lffe anew. He had
fled his-native Roumania where
ground because of lack of seating
places. I saw as many as six
children using a bench built for
two. I saw children writing on
classroom walls and desks be-
cause they had no writing books.
I also saw children of various age
groups all crowded into tiny and
poorly ventilated classrooms.
It sometimes nappens that dur-
ing the rainy season in Israel the
children are forced to study in
classrooms when the rain comes
1 ight down into their rooms. When
I saw these conditions, I said that
I would bring this report back to
the Jewish children of Miami
Beach and try to arrange for
better educational facilities for
these children so that they can
grow up to be healthy and happy
citizens of the new State of Israel.
I must say that despite the poor
physical conditions of the children
of these new settlements, which
are springing up daily, the chil-
dren seem happy, willing to learn,
and show a great eagerness to
take part in the building up of
their new country. *
Telling you about this trip and
actually describing all I saw
would take more than my alotted
time here. But I can give you a
running description of one ex-
tensive trip that I took that
covered the country, from Dan
to Beersheba. The cities are mod-
ern, clean and humming with
activity. Building is going on at
a rate that is almost unbelievable.
Everybody is busy, everybody is
1951 UJA Campaign To
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campaign for 1951 will be in-
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conference which will open in
Atlantic City on December 16, it
was announced. The conference
will consider a goal for the 1951
drive and will discuss plans and
techniques to assure an effective
mobilization of American Jewish
support for the campaign.
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KISLEV 22, 5711
discrimination against Jewish
students barred the path toward
completion of a course in metal-
lurgy engineering.
For years the youth struggled.
Any job that would earn him a
few precious dollars with which
to help pay tuitions fees at school
was eagerly soughtand accepted
by the refugee. Among other
menial tasks, he polished stoves.
For this arduous job the youth
received the grand sum of 15
cents an hour. That was half a
century back.
Two weeks ago the postman
wound his way through one of
this mid-west city's most majestic
neighborhoods. He crossed the
thoroughfare to fashionable Stuart
St. then stopped short at Number
2300. The courier tenderly reached
deep into his mail-packed bag
and came up with a spotless en-
velope. It was addressed to "Mr.
Adolph Kiesler." The envelope's
top bore the words "The White
House, Washington."
The President of the United
States, Harry S. Truman, had
taken time out from his business-
packed day to write a letter to
Adolph Kiesler on his 70th birth-
day.
The little immigrant boy who
came to this city penniless, but
gladly gave more than $750,000
to worthwhile causes in his life-
time, was celebrating three score
and ten years. And leaders of the
world, including the President,
Golda Myerson, Moshe Sharret,
leaders of American Jewish or-
ganizations, and especially the
people of Denver, joined in wish-
ing Kiesler welland at the same
time blessed the day that pro-
vidence led the energetic wander-
er to Denver's door-step.
Kiesler had done it the hard
way. And the J3Ws and Christians
both loved him all the mon
it. For Adolph Kiesler's lifel
a simple message He lettbVi
group wheh turned out to 1
him at a memorable' testfnl
dinner recently, :n on his"
Still energetic. Kiesler brot
nods of agreement and a',
two to the large audience
explained that money kept]
cold and dark vaults nevei 2
anybody happy, but money]
in circulati iy, that
joy, Kiesler declared.
"I figure lit my ace." the 1
made leader said softly. "fl
won't take anything wtthofl
the grave." Then he urged 1
attendance, in typical Rjj
style, to follow his txamp'
help the n>
Dollars saved from poiiij
stoves and other chores
send Kiesler through the Co!*;
School of Engineering. He 1
tinued to work on a paiH
basis to make ends meetandj
plete his ) -chooling.
Without schooling. Kiesler]
soned, one would find it raostj
ficult to get ahead. He was I
With education behind
Adolph Kiesler laid the fan
tion for his own alloy confl
one of the few in the areaopi
of mixing precious metals.
Kiesler developed the con
with the same determination!
which he polished stoves in 0
to obtain tuition fees. If
worth while, the man tta
then one must stick with**!
It was worthwhile,
made good. But with the tirHl
lars to reach him as a resit]
the enterprise. Kiesler
true to his philosophy. rroBj
start he gaveand to thef
ous tune of $750.000to f'
In his free moments,
collects art treasures, nw.i
which "mysteriously" f"
way to art museums as gifts-'
beautiful flowers which suffl
his majestic home atop W
Mountain provide anotherjh
simple joys to a big-heartwr
with an even simpler pM
"love thy neighbors as '
A man whose name is _
Harry and who lives
white house in far-<
ton, put it this way, -.
gratulatory letter to K
his 70th birthday.
"In you," wrote
Truman, "the under-pr*
and the friendless navel
staunch friend. Your flWH
gifts to worthy cause* *m
quent witness to your gwm
and your compassion wr\
distress." _n.^til|
Concluded Mr -.Truman^
pleasure to join in t-P yd
those who arc S^n* W
honor. Don't let 70 g* >*
After all, life ^"ftwi
No one knows _that_^^
philanthropist
Adolph"
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5AY, DECEMBER 1. 1950
+Jenlst fhrfdHrir
PAGE 5 A
ding System Popular (Gables Center To
Eh Greyhound Fans
* h the Biscayne Kennel
'meeting is still in its in-
. thing has been proved
t?JI thi- shadow of a doubt
the popularity of the
system in us.e at tne
that la
l^This grading system tries
r t),e .ri/yhounds in their
r cli sification. It auto-
,IIV (i ps them down when
ful i i un to the require-
,5 of Ui rade they are en~
in.
i ive the point, a
ll "t th figures for the first
.icing, that is from
H through 24, the
less than 40 win-
InigMs
bnber
1 tei have dropped from
That '''- 40 first cnoices
.given form players a much
igr percentage
of winners
,,bta.ns.
Hutner To Speak
Bernard Hutner, Miami attor-
ney, will present a human rela-
tions program at the monthly
Chanuka ceremonial in the center Cetin8 f Dade County
Sunday, December 3,
Hold Chanuka Rites
Coral Gables Jewish Center
sponsor its second annual
will
patio
at 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Ralph
Bargteil, principal of the religious'
school, and Joseph Hurwitz,
principal of the daily Hebrew
school, will direct dramatic
sentatiorls and the kindling ol thi
Chanuka lights. Cantor Joseph
W. Malek, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
and the center choir and Stephen
Kessler will present a special
Chanuka musical program. Her-
bert Gelernter, president of the
congregation, will greet guests.
and Counselors' Association
at the Coral Gables High School
on Monday, December 4, at 6:30
p.m.
The films, "Boundary Lines''
and "Picture in Your Mind," from
the Films for Democracy Library
of the Florida regional office.
Anti-Defamation League, will be
shown and discussed by Hutner.
usua
imple Young Folks
an Ranch Party
Mi] 5B Ranch in South
mi will be the setting for a
partv to be given by the
lg Peoples' League of Tem-
flsaiah on December 10, Sy
bman, president, has an-
nced.
togram will include a full
tnoon of swimming, horse-
riding, horseshoe pitching
sun basking. A barbecue
ber will be followed by a hay-
fund dancing. Transportation
End from the ranch will be
tided.
pans for the affair will be
Ipleted at a meeting of the
)ip on Sunday, December 3, at
1p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel.
Lrty resei vations may be made
ailing Ernie Neuman at 3-3219
jppmaii a 58-8595.
ig Unveiling
didcation of a monument
i memory of the late Saul
g. formerly of 157 Collins
Mian: Beach, will take
Sunday. December 3, at 1
in the Jewish Section of
bdlawn Park Cemetery with
tbi Max Shapiro officiating.
| Young was a pioneer resident
liami Beach and is survived
sun, Raymond, and two
dchildien. Arrangements are
harge of Palmer's Miami
umen; Company. Relatives
riends are requested to be
ent.
Carey To Star In Drama
Macdonald Carey, Hollywood
actor, stars in "These Small
Things," latest program in the
New Frontier series, to be heard
Sunday, December 3, at 10:45 a.m.
over station WIOD.
Isaiah Women To Hear
Talk On Lattimore Book
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view Owen Lattimore's "Ordeal
by Slander" at the meeting of the
Temple Isaiah Sisterhood to be-
held on Monday, December 4, at
1:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Abe Sehonfcld, president.
Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce
the speaker.
Iftt. Nebo To Open
New Sections
Through its executive vice
president. Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
the management of Mount Nebo
Cemetery announced this week
that sections 1 and 4 will be with-
drawn from sales to the general
public effective January 15, 1951.
There will be a price advance in
these sections, and the property
will be held for sale to none but
next of kin of lot owners in these
sections.
"Witnessing the disappointment
of persons who want to own prop-
erty next to or in the immediate
vicinity of parents or other rela-
tives, who had purchased in
r years," the rabbi said, "we
will accept sales in the limited
lots left in sections 1 and 4, only
from members of the families of
present lot owners, to permit
families to remain together."
Louis Lipsky Resigns
From Zionist Post
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
resignation of Louis Lipsky as
chairman of the American Zionist
Council, representing seven na-
tional Zionist groups in this coun-
try, was announced this week.
"It is impossible to cope
the confusions of functions and
i authority that prevail in the
I Zionist m >vement in the U
States," Mr. Lipsky stated in his
letter of resignation. He took of-
fice in the council in September,
1949, following the resignation of
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.
ary 15. at the current pri ol
lots in the sections effected."
About March 15, sections 7 an 1
8 of Mount Nebo Cemetery will
be opened for sale, according to
the expansion program. A more
detailed announcement will be
made by Ye Olde Sage on radio
Reservations made now, with de- | station WQAM at 10:30 on Sunday
posits, will be honored after Janu- morning.
Unveiling
Micatkin of a monument to
Imem.irv of the late Benjamin
Ik. formerly of 1048 S.W. 6th
V will take place Sunday, De-
nber 3, at 2 p.m. in the Jewish
|tion of Woodlawfl Park Ceme-
!array Grauer will
-ted by Cantor Jacob
Wwr. Arrangements are in
! of 1'almer's Miami Monu-
fct Company. Relatives and
Bids are requested to be
Bent
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FRIDAY
Pioneer Women To
Hear Rabbi Shapiro
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
principal speaker at the Chanuka
celebration and card party to be
sponsored by Golda Meyerson
Club of Pioneer Women and the
Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish
National Workers Alliance.
Abe Dorfl will light the
Chanuka candles and Mrs. Ben
Morrison will offer a reading. The
Habonim will participate in the
program. Dr. Harry Queen will
greet guests.
Proceeds from the affair will
go to the Child Rescue Fund, ac-
cording to Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild,
chairman of the affair.

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Chanuka Party Planned
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
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Hotel on Sunday night. In the photo are (I. to r.i Kolman Luria, Mitchell Reiner. Samuel M.
Grundwerg, Samurl Ritter, Harry Genet, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal and director of the
Hebrew Academy, Sctin. Harry Wasserman and Isadore Goldberg.
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r^.j| Women
L>iiiii< Brmaum
I i fashion show and
th to be held Wednesday,
Lnber 6. ;i1 11:30 a-m' at the
[no Hotel will substitute for
r uh, monthly meeting of
Emi Section of the National
' ,. i Women, ac-
'ng lu M.s. Aaron Farr. presi-
lum 1 members will model
tions to the thrift
I :h original songs will be
J ,, directed by Mrs.
Lrvations may be made by
Q M s Joseph Williamson,
Cman of the event. Contnbu-
fJoJ. the thrift shop will be
Ld at the affair.
,a.|. Junior*
hpdiile Party
L~ Irving Westin, president
L Israeli Group of Hadassah.
open her home at 849 West
J Str Miami Beach, to the
Ibers'of Miami Beach unit of
or Hadassah on Sunday, De-
ler 3.
I of the "pay-your-
party will be a fashion
: in which girls will model
' favorite ensembles. Com-
Jator a ill be Janice Goldiner.
T^an of the event.
fnthrv f( ature of the party
fbe the -.lection of the girl
it in the most new
Lbers as "Miss Membership."
L grouo met Thursday. No-
Eer 30, at 8 p. m. at the home
Irs. Use Pardo, 1239 15th St.,
fcii Beach. Mrs. Joseph Pardo,
Irary president, was hostess.
India Fi.'dman was chiir-
,of the program. Assisting her
j Phyllis Goldman and Gloria
lenstein.
Bitter To Conduct
U-M Orchestra
The third pair of University of
Miami Symphony concerts, sched-
uled for Sunday, December 10,
at Miami Beach Muncipial Audi-
torium and Monday, December
11. at Miami High Auditorium,
will be of unusual interest to
Miamians because it marks the
return of John Bitter, conductor
of the university orchestra from
1940 to 1942. aa guest director.
Soloist will be Rudolf Firku. ny,
pianist, who will play Concerto
in F Major by Gian-Carlo Menotti.
Bitter has recently returned to
the United States after eight years
in Europe, where he conducted
the Berlin Philharmonic, the
Berlin State Opera Orchestra, the
Italian Radio Symphony at Rome,
the Leipzig Rundfunk Orchestra
and numerous others.
Firkusny gave the first per-
formance of the Menotti concerto
with the New York Philharmonic
under the direction of Leopold
Stokowski. He had made nu-
merous appearances with sym-
phony orchestras and ran up the
astonishing record last season of
appearing five times with three
major orchestras in New York
City within a period of one month.
Previous to this, he won great
triumphs during his first tour of
Israel and third post-war tour of
Europe this fall. He has been
described by New York critics as
a musician of the highest order.
In addition to the Menotti Con-
certo, the program will consist of
I Mozart's Symphony No. 35 in D
i Major, K. 385, and Tchaikowsky's
Syhphony No. 5 in E Minor.
Tickets are on sale for the con-
certs at the University of Miami
Symphony Office, Main Campus,
University Downtown Symphony
Offiec, 228 S.E. 1st St.. Miami
Beach Radio Co., 1219 Lincoln
Road. Jean"s Candy Shoppe. 335
Lincoln Road, and Amidon's
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The Chanuka celebration of the
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Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
HOTEL HOPS:
Congressman-elect Bill Lantaff and Betty will be special guests
of Mi. and Mrs. Maurice B. Broun at the Delano for a mid-December
weekend. Lantaff phoned from Washington Wednesday to confirm
the date. Broun (pronounced Brown) is a Delano official and long-
time, well-liked hotelman (Riviera, Charles, Monroe Towers) .
Mrs. Harry H. Cohen (Big Harry is the Hotel New Yorker and
she's Frieda to you) is congratulating herself all over again on that
immense green leather arm chair that was her gift to him. Wonderful
for office relaxation, in between those new pressing duties he's taken
on as prexy of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, while Sam
Rivkind eases up .
Incidentallyand it's a big incidentproudest thing they ve
framed for display is the photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt posed
with Harry's mother and beautiful younger sister, Mrs. Tieney
Cohen and Mrs. Arthur (Los Angeles) Kromm. Mom's adored Mrs.
R. all her life, as who hasn'tand opportunity knocked when they
all met last week at the Park-Sheraton to hear Mrs. R. talk on
the UN.
THE SEASONS BEAT:
Manhattan's Mrs. Rebecca Segall. who spent last winter on the
Beach, is now at 1901 S.W. 7th St. Her last year's house-mate was
Mrs. Bertha Sosin, mother of the Miami Daily News' Milt Sosin.
The sprv Mrs. Segall is reunioning like mad with her croniesMr.
and Mrs". William Mednick of S.W. 6th St.. Mrs. Ida Levitt and all
others who enjoy a friendly kibbutz over a hot deck of cards .
Due in town any moment is Lottie Janoff. wife of Joe Janoff,
gtant city ed of the New York World-Telegram Sun The
Irving Langers moved into their new home, 1911 S.W. 33rd Ave. .
S.V.4LL FRY:
This week's spotlight shone on the Miami Y"s after-school
drama. 'Sleeping Beauty." Unexpected antics had the patrons
convulsed, when a couple of the kids abandoned their roles to do,
instead, a Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis slapstick duo for the audience.
Ringleader of the scene-stealers was 5-year-old Jonathan Alpert.
son of Louise and Leo Alpert. (If the kid's perverse talent as a
comic holds, this old Auntie of his is ready to latch on for a 10%
booking) Frieda Lustgarten showed up to catch her daughters
in the showJill and Carol, as a fairy and a flower. Frieda's going
back to a temporary job with Children's Home Society for no more,
she hopes, than three months .
In a plaid sports cotton. Mrs. Monroe Gelb dragged chairs around
with the rest of us in the Y auditorium Mrs. Lewis Sternshein
peeped around counselor Thelma Ostrow to .see backstage makeup
doin'sserving her right, because she was an uncontrolled mass of
chuckles when she got back. Her Alan, 5, was Captain of the Guards.
Both she and hubhv are running for the Y's board of directors,
ting December 7 ..
QUICK PICK-UPS:
Sporting a trim tan gabardine suit he just got from Austin
Burke. Elliot (WKAT) Field will be sophisticated emcee at the
sizzling Battle of the Bands staged for Gainesville's Fall Frolics the
December 1 weekend. Nobodv knows who'll winArt Mooney or
Gene Krupabut one champ is for sure: Ellie himself. He's terrific!
. Exciting report that Elaine Magoon returns here with a pro-
les?:'.nal ballet repertory company, in a season production .
SHORT TAKES:
Special note to Harriet Schwartz (she switched her career this
summer to baby Jacqueline) from Dan Vincent, field representative
of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce. Dan sends "Schwartzie"
his rest What Those Social Notes Omitted: Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
S vartz of the Long Island Hospital are combining their vacation
with Doc's taking of the State Medical Boards for surgical practice
here. He polished off the second section a few days back. His wife
is R .<]yn. sister of Stella Turk, the Mayor's better half One
< : nt for them was a buffet in the Seymour Satin's home. Ann
S I n calls it an erev Thanksgiving party, and welcomed guests in
a navy wool gab suit with a yellow crepe blouse initialed in blue
velvi
Pr.YGE.VT REMARK FROM A FEMME:
We're fashion-conscious here, but we're not fashion-wise. This
area is too informal for too much formal attention." Do you agree?
OSE FOR THE RECORD:
The amazingly interesting Yolanda and John P. Rocca present
Catholic customers at their shop. "Yolanda's," with authentic little
ials blessed by the Pope. Rocca had an audience with His Holiness
this summer while Yolanda shopped and shipped art from Europe
to Lincoln Road. What's fascinating is that Yolanda and John are
ortl i 'X Itahan JewsScphardim! I've loved 'em for a yearbut
never knew this until yesterday!
IE^IlEecember u
Beth Tfilahwir ,
WUlHo.dDC"1
Sisterhood of r
Beth Tfilah will W^egal
together dinner onK,'
cember 3, at 6'iO r,L ^
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Spending a post-honeymoon stay at the Shelborne Hotel.
Miami Beach, are Harold Friedland and his bride, the former
Joyce Weber, whose marriage took place in Philadelphia. The
couple went on an extended wedding trip to California. Mr.
Friedland is associated with the Food Fair chain, of which his
father, Sam Friedland, is chairman of the board.________________
F nednma v Welcomed
David Friedman. 3
pres.dent of the Hebrew SI
Association.of Greater M>,^
welcomed home from an erJ:
tour of Israel at a meeting
association on Saturday ,
Louis Gadon. president
chairman of the evening.
MizrachiWomenTol
A meetinR of the Miam; w
Mizrachi Wumen will be heW<
urday December 2. at 8 p":
Beth Jacob, according &*
Nat Hochman. president Mrs 1
| Karger, Southeastern rep're-i
live, will give a report fr0m,
rael. '
The group is making pl^t
a Chanuka party to be hfMj
Tuesday. December 5. at 8 paj
Beth Jacob Jacob Duntov
speak on "I. L. Peretz." |
Pauline Grundwerg is chain
oi the event.
Faith Alexander
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Faith Lila, to Alvin
Charles Atlass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Atlass, 1331 Flamin-
go Way, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
is now a junior at the University
of Miami, where she is majoring
in elementary education. An
alumna of the Brandies Institute
of the South, she has been an
organizer and leader of Young
Judaean groups in the Greater
Miami area and has taught Sun-
day school. At the university, she
>s a member of Hillel, the Junior
I Florida Education Association and
the Future Teachers of America
| Chapter of the National Educa-
! tion Association. Miss Alexander
was treasurer of the Miami In-
dependent Campus Association
and social chairman.
Mr. Atlass is also a student at
the university and is treasurer of
the Miami Independent Campus
Association. He is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and a
veteran of World War II.
Plans are being made for an
early April wedding.
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at 9 a.m. at Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shen-
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is a piano pupil of Warner Hard-
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j^DAY. DECEMBER 1, 1950
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Phillips, 1553 S.W. 7th St., announce
,he birth of a daughter, Karen Lee, at Jackson Memorial Hospital
cn November 15. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Morris Badanes, 126 S.W. 19thl Ave.. and paternal grandparents
are Mi. and Mrs. J. Harvey Phillips, 1023 Lenox Ave Miami
lBMCh- *
Dr. and Mrs. Myron R. Elfen of West Palm Beach announce
[the birth of a daughter, Judy Beth, on November 18 in Good
Samaritan Hospital in that city. The mother is the former Rose
[Landau, daughter of Mrs. Esther Landau, 1010 9th St., Miami
l**"*- ***
Home after several weeks' stay in Asheville, N. C, are
iMr and Mrs. Morris Aronovitz of Miami.
* *
Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, is
I at hcme from a month's vacation in New York, where she at-
tended a golden anniversary and visited with her children
lend grand children. From there Mrs. Geringer went to Tennessee
land visited with her children, Bernard and Irving Gerenger
Wormerlv of Miami, and their children.
* *
Mrs. Harry SirkLn, pioneer resident of West Palm Beach,
i confined to Good Samaritan Hospital by illness
* *
Spending the winter in Palm Beach is Louis Cohen of New
Ifork.
* *
Mrs. Dewey Sunshine, 5000 S.W. 5th Terr., will leave for
kjew York this week to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her nephew,
erome Finkelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Finkelstein.
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teach AJC Group
Vill Hold Brunch
An intensive membership drive
eing conducted by the B Group
}f the Miami Beach Chapter of
he American Jewish Congress
bill culminate in a Chanuka
|runch at the St. Moritz Hotel,
ni Bench, on Tuesday, De-
bmber 5. at 11:30 a.m., Mrs.
|Cartin Genet, president, an-
ounccs.
Brunch chairmen are Mrs. Her-
ert Grei r.berg and Mrs. Morris
(ibinowitz. Mrs. Mac Weiner is
charg" of printing and Mrs.
Isrry Knretsky, membership
nairman. is in charge of hos-
pitality.
[Admission will be free to all
feid-up !-embers of B Chapter.
tOn a national level the mem-
krship campaign will be cli-
fcaxed hy a luncheon at the
|aldurt" Astoria in New York
|ty. Mrs, Eleanor Roosevelt will
! principal speaker. ,
Beach Women To
Fete U-M Students
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will be hostess to
students of the University of Mi-
ami at a Chanuka party on Wed-
nesday, December 6, at 6 p.m. at
the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Meyer Baskin. Assisting her are
Mr. and Mrs. David Alper, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman and the
Mesdames Sam Pollack, Helen
Sanders, Ann Reiser, Morris Welt-
man, Morris Goldin, Seymour
Satin and L. A. Shapiro.
Ardmore Studio
Sanjord Lechner
Lechner Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lechner
announce the Bar Mitzvah of their
| son, Sanford, to be held at Beth
Jacob Congregation on Saturday,
December 2, at 10 a.m.
The young man, a student at
Miami Beach Junior High School,
will address the congregation,
and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
respond.
The Lechners will be hosts at
a reception in David Whitman
Hall following the service. Rela-
tives and friends are invited to
attend.
Mintzes' To Be
Hosts At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes
will be hosts at the traditional
Chanuka dinner to be given under
the auspices of the Pioneer Wom-
en Club No. Two of Miami Beach
on Wednesday, December 6, at 6
p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
The affair will be given in
memory of Mrs. Mintzes' mother.
Chairman of the evening will
be Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kap-
lan. Participants in the program
will be Miami Beach Councilman
Burnett Roth, the Rev. Louis
Yelsky, Manya Shubow, Mrs.
Louis Peker and Abe Dorff.
foung Adults To Dance
|By special arrangements with
falter Resce, film photographer
pd Baron De Hirsch Meyer, pro-
per. T.-nple Isaiah Young
pples' League will hold the
Pt public showing of the color
p on Israel, "Land of Promise,"
Sunday. December 3, at 8:30
n. at the Sorrento Hotel.
Dr. Ritchie To Speak
At Center Forum
Second film forum at the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
slated for Tuesday, December 5,
at 8 p.m., will be on "Community
and Human Relations," according
to an announcement by Mrs.
Samuel Gertman, forum chair-
man.
The film, "Make Way For
Youth," will be shown, and Dr.
Miller A. F. Ritchie, director of
the department of human rela-
tions at the University of Miami
will be guest speaker.
Chairman of the evening is
Lewis Sternshein, who has been
active in the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Tropical Lodge
Plans Dance
Plans are being made by Tropi-
cal Lodge of B'nai B'rith for its
annual "Community Service Ball"
to be held at the Miami Woman's
Club, 17th St. and North Bayshore
Drive, on Saturday. December 16,
according to President Sam
Kessler.
A ticket sales committee was
formed Sunday morning at the
organization's executive break-
fast. Members include A. Budd
Cutler, Howard Levine, Earnest
Harris, Max Braslowsky, Bert
Belenke, Dr. Lester Gordon, Ir-
win Goldhoffe and Bernard
Mandler.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Channing Named To
Civil Defense Post
Jules P. Channing. Miami
Beach consulting engineer, has [
i appointed chairman of the
mic .isiK'i-ts sections of the
educational division of the Dade
County D I mse Council, accord-
ing to an announcement by J. N.
Lummus, Jr., chairman of the
educational division. Channing
will head a group of individuals
whose job it will be to educate
Dade County residents n all
aspects of atomic en srgy and de-
against atomic explosions.
Channing has arranged with the
Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear j
Studies for Lt. Col. Walter C.
Yuungs, Jr., an expert of the
atomic energy commission to visit
the Miami area during the week
of December 3. Col. Youngs will
Ice two public addresses at the
mi Senior High School on
December 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. The
talk on December 4 will be for
"The Workers of the Defense
Council district officials and the
general public while the Decem-
n will be more techni-
cal and will be open to all mem-
bers of the building industry in-
cluding engineers, architects, con-
-. members of the building
trades and interested general
public.
Col. Youngs' program will in-
clude a moving picture "The
Atom Strikes" originally prepared
for the joint congressional com-
tee on atomic energy showing
actual damage on both
Hii shima and Nagasak a si
I latern slides showing design
: ir blast resii tant con-
st] ucti m and a g< neral talk on
c i nergy and the effects of
ibs with emphasis on
iow G mi can p
... ; ble atomic attack.
IN THE MAIL
Mrs. Randolph Shcvach
North Beaeb VT\
To Sponsor Play
North Beach Elementary School
PTA will sponsor a performance
of the Miami Beach Little Theatre
Group's production of "Kind
Lady," a three-act play by Ed-
ward Chodorev, on Wednesday.
Deci mber 6, at 8:30 p.m. in the
auditorium, according to
Mrs Nat L. Williams, president.
Mrs. Randolph Shevach is
chairman of the affair. Members
on the ticket committee include
the Mesdames Williams. Jack
Low, Norman Babel. Alice Sel-
way, William Masur, Joseph
n, Stefan Zachar. and Miss
Lillian S. Foulks.
Pioneer Women To
Hold Chanuka Fete
A Chanuka latke party will be
sponsored by Pioneer Women
Club No. One of Miami Beach and
Bialik Branch of the Jewish Na-
: Workers Alliance on Sun-
i, v. December 10, at 8 p.m. at
Kneseth Israel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Mr. and Mrs.
David Friedman, who recently re-
turned from Israel, will be honor-
ed at the affair.
Mrs. Esther Garver is in charge
of arrangements for the party.
Assisting her are Mrs. Betty
Pakala, co-chairman, and the
n-.es Sonia Feinstein, Sonia
Joseph Krantz, Minnie
H iwer. Also on the committi
Jacob Tarr, Sam Cutler and I.
l)t re; hinsky.
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School Children Invited
To Center Chanuka Fete
All public school children in
the community are invited to a
Chanuka partj to be given by the
Miami Jewish Community Centei
on Friday. December 1. at 3:30
p.m.
cabian games, sinp-ng.
i ntertainment and re-
freshments will be on tap.
Editor
Tlie Jewish Floridian
Dear Mr. Shoehet:
When I receivi d your last issue
of The Jewish Floridian, I was
terribly shocked to see the head- ;
line on the front page, "Fedi
ti,n c !.- Down n Unautn .-
ized Appeal.-" Were the: Ul !
. words available to you a.
Ci uld not yeu have
ion,. other means of ex-
sion instead Crack D iwn .'
I -p. ak for the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami
as its treasur r and als i as chair-
man of the cancelled dmn
There was definitely no crack
down on the JNF Council. It was
after a conference between Morns
Klass. executive director of Fed-
, ation, Leon J. Ell. president of
the JNF Council and Arthur
Shutkin, special representative of
JNF, New York, and myself that
we agreed to cancel the dinner
which was scheduled to be held
on December 10. Morris Klass
suggested to us that we might
proceed with the dinner by re-
ducing the reservations to $25 per
couple. As loyal members and
governors of Federation and of-
ficers of the JNF Council, Mr. Eli
and myself thought it might be
best to cancel the dinner alto-
gether, in piti t the fact that
we have spent SO much time and
money to prepare for the affair.
May I suggest to you that you
reprint th. I memo which
was mailed by Federation to all
contributors of the Federation's
last campaign who had donated
SI00 or more winch memo reads
as follows:
"F( deration has just receive'!
word from both the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the UIT that in
nee to the action of the
Federation executive committee
they are calling off their projected
dinners.
"We wish to compliment these
worthy organizations on their
prompt actions which resulted
from their desire to cooperate
with our Jewish community and
help strengthen the annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
"When these organizations an-
nounce their affairs planned
within the framework of Federa-
tion's policy on fund raising, we
urge that you support them.
Signed Wm. D. Singer, president
Greater Miami Federation."
Don't you think. Mr. Shoehet,
that you would have rendered a
much better service to Federation
and the JNF if you would have
printed the special memo by Fed-
eration instead the sensational
"Federation Cracks Down."
I hope you will print this letter
in fairness to the Federation and
the JNF Council and to the many
contributors of these worthy in-
stitutions.
Sincerely your*.
Daniel M. Broad. Treasurer.
Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1950
^JenistFlvridlian
Jewish Book Exhibit At Beach Library Weisgai To Speak
Highlights Observance Of Book Month
PAGE 11 A
An exhibit of "Jewish Books | cracy Defends It"
by Bernard
Throughout the Ages" is now I Hutner. -DreameV's J^Wev'^bv
open at the Miami Beach Public Mrs. Max Dobrin "Kjm 15 th
Libra,y and will continue through ] Shnorrers" by Abraham Lev t,n
i,,r3J 5Lk\'n EnS|lsh-' "Writings of Peret^ by JoieSh
Hebrew and \iddish in sections Duntov. "How Great o
Scill "S-cred." "Poetry." "Bio- and "Gcn,.^^ "je^bv
graphy, Current
ile," "Israel' emu ms- ana "Young
,,. ire attractively displayed Schwartzman. "Humor
jn the foyer of the library at the
Collins Ave. entrance.
;; ilighting the display are
I menorahs of the four-
Problems," | Mra. Dorothy Fink. "Aftergtovth"
and ;H.s- and "Young Hearts" by^Ss
literature" WU&*l2X&
Pnnco of the Ghetto" by
Simon Lipton.
On the radio were news
Mrs.
ol
somi **KM lWS If" raill hc>mi niitr
Urey
three institu-
Pictured at the opening of the Jewish book exhibit at the
MiamiBeach Public Library are (1. lo r.) Beiiha Aldrich, librarian;
M:s. Leo Huberman, member of the board of library trustees;
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk; and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, who
-set up the display.
iteenih and fifteenth centuries
Novelist Sholom Asch
and volumes of Asch's writings
into five languages.
:ul drawings of famous
plete the exhibit. Books
were diawn from the
C ry erf the Bureau of
lucation, from the Der-
ation of Joseph Duntov.
dial) and other sources.
in the opening
I w. fl Mayor Harold
' Miami Beach; Mrs. Leo
11 of the tiusti es of the
Bertha Aldrich, li-
Max Meisel, chairman
I Jewish Educa-
tion: Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tor of the bureau: and
lb Duntov, who set up
bit,
Book Month this year
Ardmoi e
Jewish Book Month by Joseph
Duntov; a dramatic reading on
Jewish books with a cast includ-
ing Mesdames Sylvia Cherkoff,
Frances Makovsky, Gertrude
Wolf and Jcanette Miller: talks
on Yiddish writers and writings
by Louis Lasavin and Aaron
i rg; ii mow of "Gentlemen
and Jew" by Mrs. Dorothy Fink
and critiqui I Maimonides' writ-
by Dr. Le i Mindlin. I
nave been included i n
the Yiddish programs of Simon
Seiden on station WFEC on Sun-
days at 2:30 p.m. and on Jacob
Schacter's program over stall in
WTTT on Sundays at 1 p.m. The
pulpits of the synagogui
Greater Miami haw also included
books reviews in honor ol Jewish
Book Month.
A special committee of guides
(Continued from 1 A)
"Harry Hopv..ia o Israel." He has
edited numerous books about Dr
Weizmann and organized a fund
which established the Weizmann
Institute of Science, which was
?X"lU>' dcdipatcd in November.
1949, on Dr. Weizmann's seventv-
>'lth birthday. .
Last year Mr
al was the
prime mover in
initiating ncgoti-
ations between
the Hebrew L'ni-
i t y, t h e
weizmann Insti-
tute of Sc
a n d Technioa,
which led to the
organization o f
*> h e American
nttie for all
I ns under the presidency of I);.
i Albert Einstein, thus cubnin
in the union of Air.er ran forces
he advancement of science.
technology and high learning in
Dr. Lytton also announced the
appointment of Mr. and Mrs,
as program ch lir-
nan I r the affair which will
a "From Darkness to
Expected to take parl
are 1).- B iwman E. Ashe, presi-
dent i : the University I -i.
Proi*. Samuel Hirscn, L n
son. Buddj S and two Israeli
I student., now studv a the Uni-
mi, Ltri Kadish end
iq Fryd.
Captain v. Buzzell las
accepted the I inship
of the Dla ikstone Hotel |
for the Ti Dinner.
Among tl invited are: Dr.
B .'. an F. Ashe, president of the
University of Miami, honorary
chairman; Sam Blank. Arthur
Ungar, Leo Robinson, Baron de
; Meyer. Jennie Grossinger,
honorary co-chairmen: Mi
on, general chairman; Dr.
I. tuis G. Lytton, chairman: Alfn d
Stone, Dr. Leo M. Levin, co-
chairmen; Dr. Morris Goodman,
Votcrans Of All Faiths To Attend
Chanuka Party At Pratt Hospital
The first annual Chanuka party Chanuka menorah, two television
Z/t?lanl"r fflhS WU1 beiSCtS W,H be P'esented to the hos-
CoalgS? w aJ H,SPltal 'n pUal by thc Jewteh W" Veteran.
Coial Gables on Wednesday, De- | Post of Miami Beach.
cembcr 6, at 7:30 p.m., Rabbi
Morris Skop, chaplain, has an-
nounced.
Following^ the lighting of the
Community Leaders
To Attend Chanuka
Rites At Academy
Mayor William Wolfarth of Mi-
ami. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach and Mayor Keitli Phillips
of Coral Gables, city commission-
ers and councilmen of the various
cities and other civic leaders are
expected to attend a public light-
ing of the first candle of Chanuka
at the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th
St., Miami Beach, on Sunday,
December 3, at 8 p.m.
The ceremony will be per-
i d on the outdoor b
ol the academy where an
indelabra has been er<
i Courshon, Miami Beach
civic loader, will explain the
meaning of the holiday and a
is of 40 voices will sing He-
I I d music. Joseph
Schreibman, musical direct
'my. will conduct thi
msical selections.
The entire pn il last last
15 minutes will be b
station WKAT.
and
Cantor Joseph W. Malek
Organist Stephen Kessler will
present Chanuka songs and rep: s-
sentatlves of the Jewish
Veterans. B'nai B'rith, Jewisn
welfare Board and the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood
will present yift packages to eac'>
patient. A floor show, m
traditional Chanuka refreshm -r-
and community singing will
out the program.
Dr. M. Machlan, Chaplain James
A. Boston. Leo Stein. Mrs. Horn,
Mrs. Goodman. Mrs. Harry Gor-
don. Louis Schwartzman and
and Mrs. Weiss will be honor
guests at the affair.
Arrangements are being mad
by Rabbi Skop and Steinman.
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+Je*istnvrlditor
FRIDAY, DECEMBKH i
Brandeis University President Lists
Achievements Of 2-Year-0ld School
"Heretofore whenever I have are part of the family of great
como to Mi.imi. 1 have stressed universitie*."
The school which began with
the 100-acre S4.000.000 physical
plant of Middlessex College has
the fact that Brandeis University
is the first Jewish-sponsored non-
sectarian university in America
and that as such it follows ':i
the tradition of most of the gr< at
schools in the country. which
Were founded by the various do-
nominations," Dr. Abram L.
Sachar, white-thatched president
of the \v Itham, Mass.,
\'. c. k
"But this tin- i
:x- the ac .incuts
What have we done with the
Beth Sholom Bazaar
Set Vox December 4,5
The third annual bazaar of
Sisterhood I Temple Beth
Sholom will >pcn Monday De-1
cember 4. u 10 am. It will con-
tinue on all day Bnd all evenine.
and will also be held all of Tues-
day, December a. according to
an announcement by Mrs. Hyman
launched a giant 10-year building | g, Kaplan, bazaar chairman.
gram which Dr. Sachar re- The bazaar will be held in the |
is considerably ahead of pati0 and dining hall of the tem-
schedule. In addition. 60 acres | pi,. Entertainment, luncheons and
have been bn i that the dinners will br provided and auc-
campus goes to the Charles Biver. Ujons f valuable objects of art
I d.,n't want some future ,v.-,. \w i1(.m both cvcnin. I
Brandeis president to curse the _\\\ proceeds will go towards
first president for his lack of ,.. support of the Beth Sholom
x n," Dr. Sachar laughed. Religious School which is the
...... *JS5 SSSSPiSB.IB'ttUSa
800
en's chapter
C( untiv. which have made it their
The student body represents 23 cnief project
states and six foreign countries. Df gachar predicted that
as well as every race, color and Bl.andeis- departments of music,
creed. "We have an active Hillel dramai biologv and Near Eastern
"SS^nT \t!XP P Ves"an1 studies would'someday rank with Pa^'welsTtreas^r, "and* iK
Iub...anJ* ac B*5ongJ "fS*"" the best in the country. Serge D Carmodv secretary,
uild." Dr. Sachar disclosed KoUssevitsky and Leonard Bern- JrwDex^utTve committee mem-
Foundation.
Cl
G
"Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who stein are serving as consultants to
is on our board of trustees, has the music staff and have been
called our admission process 'the very helpful in building up the
most democratic in the country'." department People of the calibre
hi said. "We ask no questions of Harold Clurman and Stella
about race, color, creed, mother's Adler have been serving with the
maiden name or anything like drama department, and Selman
that. Our only concern is with Waxman the eminent biologist
the prospective student's high has been working with the biology
School record, the sort of citizen department, he said,
he has been and his rank on the | -------------------------------
college boards. I Peninsular Institute To
"There :s no self-consciousness *
about racial or ethical differ- Otter Astronomy Course
ences," he said. "We close for the j In ]ine with Ui:s country's
Dr. James J. McCormick, El
Portal osteopathic physician was
named chairman of the Dade
County Red Cross at the group's
annual meeting Monday night at
the Miamian Restaurant.
Other officers include William
J. Pruitt. Harold F. Ward and B.
Hiram Blakey, vice chairman;
New executive com
bers are H. H. Hyman. Thornton
M. Fincher, Mrs. M. F. Wittichen.
E. E. Seiler. Charles F. Helmly.
William N. Mansfield and Charles
A. Mills.
-v
Making plani for the reception to be held in honor ol Dj
Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, and Mri
Sachar at the home of Mrs. Harry Gordon on Friday. December 1
are (1. to r.) Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Gordoj
i and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.
Jewish holidays and the Chris-
tian ones."
Brandeis has attracted a faculty
Victor Hotel To
Open Friday
The Victor Hotel. Dining Room
and Orthodox Synagogue will
open for the season Friday, De-
cember 1. after extensive re-
decoration and air conditioning of
a large number of hotel rooms.
Considered one of the finest
American plan kosher hotels in
Women Will Honor
Dr. And Mrs. Sachar
A reception in honor of Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University in Waltham.
Mass., and Mrs. Sachar will be
given Friday, December 1, at 1
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry
Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave.
Assisting Mrs. Gordon with ar-
rangements are the Mesdames
Meyer Schwartz. Jerome Weinicle.
Sam Silver and Milton Friedman.
Invitations have been issued to
several hundred women.
LEGAL NOTICE
mobilization and defense efforts,
a special course in celestial navi-
t gation and nautical astronomy is I Miami Beach, the Victor has a
of top ranking scholars, including being offered by Peninsular In- ]arge experienced staff ready to
Ludwig Lewisohn. Max Lerner, stitute. 223 East Flagler St. | serve its gUests, according to
rd, Robert Thornton.; ggpecJaiiy designed for reserve j Joseph Waldman, owner and op-
i n Benny r nedman and a deck officers wno anticipate being erator.
ailed to active duty, the course Waldman. a former resident of
proud of the W1il be taught by Captain W. G. Wilmington. Dela., was a leader
in the civic and religious life of
record of the newly organized I Gregory, former princpal of the
m, which won four of Marine A .demy of San Francis-
x imes >'ii lule. !co and instructor in aerial navi-
Among the ti I downed :;>n and nautical astronomy at
the Harvard frosh unit. Settle Univerity and the Mer-
The school hoopmen will met chant Marine School of New
Army, Dartmouth, Boston C !- Vork.
New Ha The course will include 12
; City Colleg* of New York three-hour sessions, scheduled to
"I thi v :. Dgs per week be-
'.'.' December 6.
at 7 p.m. A certified examination
: :. \ will be given at
n of the course.
that city.
Haiti Itazaar
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
December 4 and 5
from 11:00 A.M. to Midnight
IVinnlV llanc]u 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
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l?la|{lir^Granada
I iii' Plans Dance
piagler-Granada Jewish Center
wiii sponsor an evening of en-
tertainment and dancing on Sat-
frrfav December 2, at 8:30 p.m. at
he center building, 50 N.W.
pTact. Charles Adelman, chair-
L.an of the affair, has announced,
proceeds from the affair will
ltio toward the completion of the
I classroom building..
I The group will hold its Chanuka
I festival tor children of the Sun-
Idjy school on Sunday, December
110, at 10 iinl- Each class will
I present a playlet.
I Reservations for the organiza-
Ition's New Year's fete may be
Imade by calling Ray Levine at
183-2119- _________________
Labor Department Leader
To Speak To B'nai B'rith
Clem Denicke. investigation
Lnpervisor of the Wage and Hour
|D:v:> n the U. S. Department
Ipf Lai :1 ,nc Greater Miami
[area, will address the luncheon
lineetin^ of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
[B'rith on Tuesday, December 5,
at IWS P ni. at the Miamian
pMteui
Subject of his address will be
l"Funtt: m of the Wage and Hour
[and Public Contracts Division of
the Labo Department in an Ex-
Ipandini! Industrial Community."
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Ferruccio Tagliavini, leading
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Guild's production of Donizetti's
"The Elixir of Love" at the Miami
High Auditorium on January
13-15, 1951.
"Carmen" with an all-Met cast,
featuring Irra Pettina, will be
presented by the guild on Feb-
ruary 24 at the County Audi-
torium and on February 26 at
the Miami Beach Municipal Audi-
torium.
Tickets will go on sale at Bur-
dine's third floor on Monday,
December 4 and are now on sale
at Cordelia's Book Store and
Miami Beach Radio Company.
To Honor Pushkoffs
Mrs. Rose Brody, together w:th
the Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women, will hold a recep-
tion in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Pincus Pushkoff on Sunday, De-
cember 3. at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Brody's
home, 1621 S.W. 11th Terr.
The Pushkoffs. who have just
returned from an extended tour
of Israel, will relate their ex-
periences in the new republic.
Goldman Returns
From Palsy Meet
Research into the cause of
cerebral palsy has disclosed that
k?ii "?gs tnat haPPen to the
child during the first three
months of pregnancy are very im-
portant, delegates attending the
recent meeting of the United
Cercoral Palsy Associations in
New York City were told, it is
sported by Irving Goldman,
president of the Cerebral Palsy
Association, Inc., who has just re-
turned to Miami.
"It has been found that there
are all sorts of probabilities and
possibilities of what might hap-
PM] to the m.Alu-r during the first:
three months when the brain!
formation takes place," Dr. Win-
throp M. Phelps, director of the
Children s Rehabilitation Insti-'
tue of Cockeysville, Md., told the
assemblage.
Extensive research is now under
way in the entire field of cerebral
palsy. Dr. Phelps stated, and the
advance in knowledge of the sub-
ject is coining so fast that as soon
as a textbook is almost ready, it
is found to be obsolete, and work
must be begun all over again.
Renewed inspiration for per-
severing in the training of cere-
bral palsied children was given
delegates at the meeting by Dr
Temple Fay, professor of neuro-
surgery at Women's Medical Col-
lege, Philadelphia, who asserted
that training efforts should be
directed toward developing skills
that will make children happy.
"Any human being who still
has the possibilities of training
and development is worth the
time to spend long hours trying
to find at least one little thing
more that can be done," said Dr.
Fay. "At least we must not dis-
card them because they appear to
be helpless."
Dr. Fay urged that the patient-
dector-parent relationship bo
kept always uppermost in mind,
and suggested that doctors, thera-
pists, cerebral palseid children
and parents meet together and
contribute their own knowledge
and learn from each other.
Courshon Vice Chairman
Of Academy Dinner
Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach
hotel man and civic leader, was
appointed co-chairman of the |
annual Hebrew Academy dinner
to be held at Temple Beth
Sholom, on January 14. Courshon,
who was chairman of last year's
dinner, raised more than $15,000
for the benefit of the school. He
is president of the South Beach
Hotel Owners Association and
was responsible for the erection
of lights in Lummus Park.
Plaza Theatre Begins
3-Day-A-Week Policy
The Plaza Theatre, South Beach
showplace for tops in Yiddish
stage and screen fare, announces!
a three-day-a-week policy to go
into effect on Friday, December
1. There will be two performances
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three on Saturday and Sunday-
starting at 2:30 p.m.
On the stage Friday will be
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Screen attraction will be "Mazel
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Center To Elect
Board .Members
Eleven three-year members and
14 one-year members will be
elected to the board of directors
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center at the organization's an-
nual election meeting on Thurs-
day, December 7. at 8:30 p.m.
Nominated for three-year terms
are: Al Berkowitz. Nat Blumberg.
Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan. M. J. Kopelowitz. Sidney H.
Palmer, Frank Rose, living Saul.
Mrs. Leo Sheiner. Fred Shoe-hot.
Max R. Silver, Fred Gross!
S im Kessler and Martin Rubin-
3t in.
Nominated for one-year terms
are: Mrs. L"o Alpert. Louie Ban-
del, Sylv Cl M ;- Nathan
Dubler. Milton A. Fi
,: n. Dr.
! Land Sidi
i. fcourt, !;
Reuben Rochkii : S lei Roth-:
Lewis S
\ nl :. A >e Gelb, Pau
n, II; m in '-1 n, L
Lube! i -'
.
nated and elected to
sidency i ntly
O:
ed were Sam Seitlin, first
president, Paul Sobel, second vice
president; Leo S third vice
president; Mrs. Samuel Gertman.
secretary: and Leo Ackerman.
treasurer.
Members who are 21 and over
who have joined the center or
paid their dues on or before
ptember 21, 1950. are eligible
vote.
_FRIDAY, DECEMBPP,

Class In Hebrew
Organized For Women
A special morning class in be-
ginners' modern Hebrew has been
formed for women of Greatei
Miami. The class will meet every
Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 12
thi Miami Beach Jewish
Center under the auspices of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Registration will close on Mon-
day. December 4. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the
u u. is the instructor. There
is no tuition fee and registration
may be made by calling 3-5858.
Gay Nineties Program to Highlight
Temple Israel Chanuka Festivities
.1. f_.&:..14.. 4\.a fifct 1
A Gay Nineties program en- to the festivity
titled "The Nineteenth Street of Char
:>f the first night
man, M. August, Abe Aronovitz,
H. Pont, H. Hyman, M. Farber,
S. Klein and B. Rubin.
Mrs. Alvin Richter is in chafge
of the program. Her aides include
Harriet Damenstein, Mrs. William
Bitter To Be Guest On
Mrs. Volpe's Program
John Bit',' est conductor for
the third pair of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra con-
certs on December 10 and 11, will
be the guest ot Mrs. Marie Volpe
00 her radio program on Satur-
day, December 2. at 6:15 p.m. over
station WKAT.
Gaieties" will be the feature of a
party to be sponsored by the
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Men's.
Club. Youth Group and Couples j W.ckman and Boyell.
Limited on Sunday, December 3.
The footlights will shine on the
Floradora Girls in the persons of
the Mesdames Albert Green, Bur-
ton Kahn. Bernard Wall, Marvin
Rauzin. William Lehrman, Jay
Schwartz and Laurence Levenson.
Highlight, of the program will
be a melodrama, "Nell, the Farm-
er's Daughter" or "A Friend in
Need Is a Friend Indeed." written
and directed by Harriet Damen-
stein. Members of the cast include
Mrs. D. Robert Lewis, Gloria
Lichtenstein. Dr. William Schiff.
Dr. Leslie Bukstel. Ernest Izan
and Michael Isenberg.
Mary Lou Nelson. Conie Jack-
son. Barbara Schwartz. Janice
Davidow and Pauline Oppenheim
will appear in a musical number.
Specialty acts, a barber shop
quartet and community singing
led by Harry Boyell will also add
Card Party On Calendar
A card party will be sponsored
by Sholem B'nai B'rith Women on
Tuesday. December 5, at 1:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Samuel Kit-
man, 2301 S.W. 24th Terr.
Mrs. C. Kasov is chairman of
the affair. Assisting her are the
Mesdames H. Goldstein, M. Gate-
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Chanuka Fete Slated
The PTA of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will spon-
sor a Chanuka festival on Sun-
day, December 10, at 4:30 p.m. at
the Miami Springs Youth Center,
Westward Drive. Miami Springs.
Children of the Sunday and
Hebrew school will light the
Chanuka candles and the adult
choral group will offer holiday
selections.
Chairman of the event are Mrs.
F. Fox and Mrs. L. Gelvan. Pro-
ceeds will go to the school fund.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, second from left, loo
Simon Greenberg, newly appointed executive dir
provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Am
in Washington recently. Pictured (1. to r.) Maxw
Rabbi Lehrman. Dr. Greenberg and Samuel Roths
Lehrman, who is a member of the executive com
also served on the resolutions committee of the c
k part in the installation exercises honoring Dr.
sctor of the United Synagogue of America and
5nca. at the biennial United Synagogue convention
ell Abbell. new president of the United Synagogue,
tein. retiring United Synagogue president. Rabbi
miitee of the Rabbinical Assembly of America,
onvention.
Workmen's Circle School To Hold
Banquet, Concert Sunday Night
Workmen's Circle Y. L. Peretz
hool j1 Miami Beach will cele-
first school festival with
i banquet and concert on Sunday.
December 3, at fi p.m. at the
Labor I.yiium. 25 Washington
ne, Miami Beach, according to
Joseph Duntov, secretary.
Forty-five pupils of the school
trill present a selection of
thanuk': songs and recitations
bbd appear in a Chanuka playlet
Entitled "The Living Chanuka
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Guest of honor and principal
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A full course dinner is being
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A feature of the meeting will
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of the children of the religious
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Unit Holds Barbecue
Men's Club of the Beth David
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,-oirA- Hot Doings
" i a ilcs riding the bumpy railroad to Washington last night
"% .'.-..rilled the Battle of the Potomac and wondered whether
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950
fold "!'
nference of the Council of Jewish Welfare and Federation
That the sessions would be stormy was taken for granted.
w stormy, delegates wondered.
, '* Would stick his neck out and answer that one. Close-
LjAlex Lowenthal, the dynamic Zionist leader from Pittsburgh,
^r ., s;lV Likeable Harry Lurie, slated to be on the receiving
f the eruption as the CJFWF executive director, wasn't in a
L?.:ng mood, either.
11 ip did say that everyone would be given his say at the
nee Even "outsiders" would get their say, but first the
Utes would have to be heard.
Pm 0 much of a rumpus awaited delegates seemed to depend
much success Lowethal had encountered in forming his
Imig"1'
SEC. B
Lipton To Speak i Ft. Lauderdale Lodge
At League Meet | Honors Past Leaders
I Ho*
' h?^ western-Union-like committee to safeguard the United
. Anneal. If the hard-plugging Pittsburgher had rung the bell
ne-up B number of authorized CJFWF delegates as members
lW hastily-formed committee, delegates could look forward to a
t lively debate.
The entire dispute stems from two CJFWF proposals. One would
t a Central Israeli Funda fund CJFWF heads still claim would
'e in more shekels for Israel than the UJA and separate drive
hp individual Zionist organizationsand an emergency proposal
d at treating fund-raising machinery, if the United Jewish
e,al should ever fold.
But regardless of the extent of the strength mustered against of the la t fami]ies of indivi.
CJFWF proposals, delegates were virtually assured of a lively dual save,.s in this t of the
No one, but no one, looked forward to a boring time.
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association, is attending the na-
tional convention of the United
States Savings and Loan League
in Washington, D. C. Lipton, vice
chairman of the league's adver-
tising and business promotion
committee, is slated to speak be-
fore the group on "The Use of
Premiums in New Business Pro-
motion Campaigns."
Dade Federal has become na-
tionally recognized for its use of
this type of campaign at the
opening of its Allapattah branch
office on June 18, 1949, and again
during an open house at the main
office in October of the same
year. The association opened more
than 20.000 new savings accounts
in less than 12 months and now
has what is believed to be one
Eleven past presidents of Fort
Lauderdale Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
were honored at a banquet held
at the Broward Hotel last week
under the direction of former
president, Barney Hyman, of that
city.
Among the honored guests who
received past president parch-
ment certificates from District
Grand Lodge No. Five were As-
sociate Judge William L. Pallot
of Coral Gables.
President Daniel Danart pre-
"Yes, Your Honesty!"
To Be Aired Sunday
"Yes, Your Honesty!" latest
episode in the new radio series
Lest We ForgetStories to Re-
member, will be heard Sunday,
December 3, at 3:30 p.m. over
station WKAT.
Starring in this story of an
immigrant who learns the true
meaning of home in this his
adopted country is Stefan Schna-
bel.
The program is produced by
the Institute for Democratic Ed-
ucation and presented through
sided and introduced C. R. Jacob- (the cooperation of Tropical Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. and the Florida Re-
gional Office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Igram
Kver and Rabbi Berger:
The crvstal-clear air to which many Denverites attribute the
hropolis' health fame had not the slightest affect in cooling the
Irchitm blasts emanating from the veteran anti-Zionist rabbi's
Lth Elmer Berger, probably the most maligned figure in Jewish
todav. had descended upon Denver to tell an anxious local
Inter of his American Council for Judaism all about the big, bad
fcnist threat to American Jewry.
Berger rapped out against "Israel nationalism transplanted into
; Jewish life," the "Continuation of political blocs for Israel,"
"gratituous" exchange between Jacob Blaustein and dogmatic
Gurion. the alleged Jewish Agency's "domination of philan-
opv" the defense agency's weakness in combatting Communism
I the opposition in some quarters to the McCarren anti-Red act.
The forthcoming Israeli bond drive designed to afford the little
bublic a much-needed financial shot in the arm didn't escape
I little rabbi's wrath. The recent Washington confab at which
Irish leaders pledged to help Israel out of its present financial
ight-jacket, was all wrong, the rabbi exclaimed. And as for the
herican loan. Berger contended, American Jews shouldn't pressure
poor, overtired congressmen into action. If the legislatures
tided by chance one carefree afternoon to vote Israel a much-
ded loan, that was okay with Rabbi Berger. But pressurehe
fcmed to shudder. ,
[ On the fourth point of the Washington Programthe matter of
krestmentsRabbi was slightly more sympathetic to the Cause.
[was all right, he seemed to admit, but only if it were done
a-shtil" (quietly). .... j
In a predominantly strong Zionist Center, Rabbi Berger warned
-small croup of Council members that the spread of Israeli folk
tigs and dances among American Jewish youth was dangerous. He
fcveniently "forgot" to mention the hundreds of thousands of
ntile American youth who had been "engulfed" by Israeli folk
igs and whistled th popular "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena"not even
tare of its "great danger."
pjtscript on Asa:
, The cantor's son's wifeMrs. Al Jolsonindignantly told the
Ipers it wasn't so. She was hurt, near a nervous breakdown her
Kornevs said, over reports that she planned to contest her hus-
knd's "will which left an estimated million dollars to charitable
luses. ... u u
The rumors were as far from the truth as the skeptics who had
Hen odds 10 years ago that Al Jolson, the great Mammy Singer,
tculd never stage a successful comeback.
She was proud of her Al, Mrs. Jolson saidproud that he had
|ft such a large portion of his fortune to the needs of the neediest.
Meanwhile in California, Governor Earl Warren headed a group
Ihich was urging Congress to honor the memory of the late ai
klson as a symbol of great Americanism.
N Break: ..
George Cohen, of New York, had the world at his fingertips.
r top it all off he had just won his suit against the Long island
kilroad for injuries sustained some months back in a crash while
ding the line. The money would come in handy now 1help pay
ills, purchase things he .required. The main thing was he had lived
|irough the crash. B ,. .
Cohen thought of Thanksgiving, too, as he boarded the o:lo out
Penn Station for home. ,-,,.
High on the casualty list of the Long Island crash was the lime
oticed name of the late Mr. George Cohen. His luck had run snort.
JERMANY; Nazis Get Break
The Mauthausen concentration camp was among the woise.
fany of the helpless civilian victims of the dreadful war past
freathed their last at Mauthausen. Most of them weren t sorr.v.
eath was better than an extended stay at he hands ol wazi
hospitality." ... ,
Escape or pardon from Mauthausen? It was impossible as too.
^ many jews who met their death at the camp knew only too
orrowfully. ,., .
. But last week 14 Nazi criminals, nine serving life terms lor
pnes committed as guards at the infamous Nazi prisonland. were
falling Frankfort's byways free men once again They had been
TOMed clemency from American general Thomas T. Handy, wm-
lander of the United States forces in the ETO.
. Quick to explain the releases of the Nazi murderers, theArmj.
hrted. "no evidence was introduced to show that they_ even entered
'he camps themselves." The criminals, added the authoritiesi were
Nrely members of the German Army and Air Force units assigned
1 guard the camp. j .:
I The 14 Nazi criminals, the Army pointed out, had served f ve
haw of their life sentences. The announcement made no mention
F the counties* thousands of Mauthausen's temporary '"habitants
P* in the truest sense spent all their yearsand then someas
Pests of Adolph Hitler and his helpers.
rost-V.'nr Postscript'
J When the Nazi'legions ran wild in Europe they P^"UP j"j
RPressive number of Jewish ceremonial objects of isilver. 1 romewf
PV metals. The sarrprf nhioets came from European Je\\i>*
country for an institution of this
type.
Lipton explains his association's
policy in this way: "If the use of
a gift item prompts people to
start the worthwhile habit of
saving, then Dade Federal con-
siders its advertising dollars well
spent in furthering one of the
principle objectives of its charter
. the promotion of thrift."
Dade Federal, with resources
exceeding $29,000,000 and re-
serves over $2,000,000 is the na-
tion's 50th largest Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association.
son, executive director of the 1
B'nai B'rith Council here who
was principal speaker.
Jacobson paid high tribute to
the B'nai B'rith Lodge for their
sustained community service ac-
tivities since 1950 and praised the
group's significant participation
as a unifying factor in the Jewish
life of the community.
The B'nai B'rith Lodge is cur-
rently sponsoring the appearance
of the Phil Spitalny Orchestra
and Show at the Memorial Audi-
torium with proceeds going to the
Damon Runyon Cancer Fund.
HPffigi
North Shore Women
Plan Games Party
A buffet supper and games
party will be sponsored by North
Shore B'nai B'rith Women at the
home of Mrs. Bernard Hoffman,
7834 Abbot Ave., Miami Beach.
on Saturday, December 2, at 7
p.m.
Mrs. Aaron Tubin and Mrs.
Hoffman will be hostesses for the
B'nai B'rith Council
To Hear Nominations
Nominations for officers and i
trustees of the B'nai B'rith Coun- !
cil of Greater Miami for 1951 will
be presented at the unit's next I
meeting <>n Thursday. December
7, at 8:15 p.m. at 330 Seybold
Bldg., it has been announced by
George Bertman, council presi-
dent.
Guests of honor at the final
meeting of 1950 will be the of-
ficers pf the newly organized
Flamingo Lodge of Hialeah-Mi-
ami Springs. President Ben Bloom
of the new lodge will report on
the expansion activities of B'nai
B'rith in this new community.
Executive director, Charles R.
Jacobson, will report on the coun-
cil's 1951 fund campaign and the
evening.
Reservations may be made by j proposed community service pro-
calling 86-5430. I grams for the coming year.
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vJenisLUcridiarL
I
Habaniin Come Home As Israelis
Scour Desert For fLost" Ancient Tribe
JERUSALEM (AJP) The
tall, bearded majestically robed
men who more than 2.000 years
ago fled across Africa's barren
wastelands one step ahead of the
lanced legions of a Babylonian
conaueror who drove them from
their native Israel, are home
again.
Soon more members of what
many believe to be the remnants
of the Lost Tribe of Dan will be
coming to Israel from the desolate
howling desert wastelands of the
Protectorate of Aden.
These are the Habanim. a group
of Jews the Yemenites call "Bnai
Ben." the Sons of the Son. Unlike
their Yemenite neighbors, the
Habanim. who come from Had-
ramaut. a sultant in the eastern
part of the Aden Protectorate, are
tall and strong. Like the Yemen-
ites, they are mainly skilled
craftsmen, silversmiths and
artisans.
Completely cut off from civil-
ization and living by themselves
in small isolated oaises in the
formidable desertlands of Aden,
the Habanim dwelled for count-
less centuries without contact
with world Jewry. But their
knowledge of Judaism and He-
brew is perfect. Literacy among
both men and womenin case of
the latter a most unusual thirig
in Arab landsis exceptionally
high among the Habanim.
So isolated have their desert
fortresses been, that very few
speak Arabic, the language of the
lands which surround the desert
fortresses of these ancient Jews.
Hebrew is their tongue. And their
knowledge of the official language
of their new land helps overcome
a difficulty most European Jews
tace upon their entry to the Jew-
ish State.
The Habanim look very much
like a page out of ancient history.
Attired in gayly colored cloth, the
tribesmen sport flowing beards
and side curls. The women are
handsomely bedecked with jewel-
ry and valuable silver ornaments.
No one knows for certain the
true origin of the Habanim. But
their manner and customs give
strong belief to the theory that
they may be remnant of one of
tne Lost Tribes of Israel.
Their attempts to return to
Israel began many years ago. On
one occasion 44 of the tribe at-
tempted to cross the howling
desert to Aden en route to Israel,
Majestically attired, this Habanim tribesman and his daughter
anxiously await the "magic carpet" that will wing them from their
desert fortresses deep in the desert to Israel. Dwellers in the
howling desert known as the Hadamut. the Habanim have been
cut off from world Jewry for countless generations.
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It was not until six months ago
that heavily armed louries of the
British Army pierced the desert
and reached the Habanim. The
Joint Distribution Committee had
arranged for the transfer of 271
of the tribe to Israel. The rest
were to follow later.
The Habanim were overjoyed.
Within minutes they had packed
their wares and deserted their
aged fortresses. Once in Aden
difficulties arose. Not accustomed
to separation, the Habanim plead-
ed to be placed together in a
single tent until departure to Is-
rael could be arranged. The JDC
officials comprised. The Habanim
were given adjoining tents.
Happiness prevailed.
"They were like little children,"
an official recalled. "They had lots
of questions constant ques-
tions about anything and every-
thing."
One afternoon a hospital of-
ficial found a group of the Ha-
banim peering through a micros-
cope, lifting medicine bottles, and
and marveling at instruments.
"Can I help you?" the official
inquired in Hebrew.
"Ohno," came the reply,
"we're just looking around, that's
all."
Plans are being advanced here
for the rescue of other members
of the Habanim tribe. Obvious
difficulties face the rescue parties.
The howling desert is one,
marauding Arab bandits provide
another, but most important.
i where are the rescued to be
1 found?
The Habanim tribesmen safe in
I Israel say there are more of their
I tribesmen, but when shown a map
| they become bewildered.
Officials knew, however, that
somewhere in the wastelands in
small fortress-like villages nestled
in the vast 58,000 square-mile
Hadramaut Desert long bearded
Jews still look to the heavens and
I pray for the day when God will
! return them to the Land of Jacob.
The Israelis are determined to
: hasten that day of deliverance.
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*Jewisti n^rHirtn
PAGE 3 B
U-M Published Volpe Biography Selected
By Reviewer As Ideal Chanuka Gift
Bristling with 51 choice photog-
yaphs of famous people, musical
programs and letters from musi-
cal and non-musical luminaries,
Mrs. Marie Volpe's biography of
her husband, Arnold Volpe,
founder of the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra and
--originator of open air concerts in
this country, is a devoted monu-
meril to his memory. It is, more-
over, a deepiy engrossing book,
certain to be of especial interest
, patrons of the university sym-
phony concerts, as well as all who
Air inUi'cSted in the cultural de-
velopment of this city.
Lished by the University of
Press, Mrs. Volpe's opus,
\ !(| VolpeBridge Between
T lusicul Worlds," contains an
action by New York Times
Vrj(ic Olin. Downes, who ac-
': Rnowl.'.^-s. that "the history of
' the University of Miami Sym-
phonv Orchestra is inextricably
associated with the last hours of
AimM Volpe's career."
The two worlds which the late
musician's life and career bridged
were the nineteenth century
world of Eastern Europe and that
of twentieth century America in
a state of ferment.
Born in the same Russian town
as her husband, Mrs. Volpe vivid-
ly recounts his struggle to study
music against the stringent wishes
of In merchant father, as well as
rigid rules of Czarist Russia
against Jews. She tells of his
at the Imperial Conserva-
tory in St. Petersburg, from which
he graduated with honors, and
where he became associated with
such musical eminentoes as Leo- |
pokl Aucr, Anton Rubinstein, the ,
Altschuler brothers, Tschaikow- .
sk\. Rimsky Korsakov and a host |
of' ..thers. That Volpe. gained
igniHon-in Russia at this time \
despite the fact that he was Jew- ;
ish is a real tribute to his ability.
Upon his arrival in America,
Volpe played in various orches-
tras, taught violin and did com-
posing in his spare time. Recogn-
izing the need for a training
und for young American musi-
ng, he organized the Young
Mi n's Symphony Orchestra in
1901!. Ho also founded the Volpe
Svmphony Orchestra, the Central
highly destructive hurricane.
They were met by Miss Bertha
Foster and Dr. Bowman Ashe
who were delighted to have Volpe
form a symphony orchestra and
set up a music department at the
university.
On the debit side is Mrs. Volpe's
style, ranging from Lolly Parsons-
type prattle to a soap opera melo-
melodrama. It is shot through
drama. The book is shot through
great and sometimes reads like
an excerpt from a society column.
Moreover, it is full of irre-
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idea on child-rearing and similar
items.
Despite these defects, the book
is well worth reading and an
especially appealing Chanuka
gift.LA.
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Stadium concerts, which he con-
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to renew his contract was one of
the great heart breaks in Arnold
Volpe's life.
The Volpes entered the Miami
scene in 1926 in the wake of the
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*Jen-1st! fkrMilan
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mr. Liebman who formerl> iirncticpil law in NVw Vmk, Is now a
resident >>f Miami Baach and member of the Florida Bar Association.
Former director of tin* economic commission hi1 has written and lectured extensively on IsrsLel and Zionism. Hs is a
member of th< national board of th<- United b'ynagogi.....I America and is
m membei of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr Liebman is program
chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist District.THE i-:iit m.
Bv SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
What is the Histadruth? What
part did the kibbutzim play in its
origin? Is the present billion dol-
lar business of the Histadruth
the result of its own efforts and
pendent voice in Mapai. wrote in
April 1950, "The essential point
of this (Social) ideology is that
the question of social regime in
Israel should be solved by means
of competition between the va-
rious economic forms, and not as
a result of dogmatic preference,
at that meeting in pleading for 'political pressure or fanatical
unity of all working groups. | strife ... In Israel we see an
attempt to contain and to in-
tegrate various socio-economic
forms within one regime and oe
country."
Liebenstien and many other ob-
jective and non-misguided Social-
ist zealots conceded that Zionist
institutions "used their means to
establish and develop the col-
lectivist enterprises in mixed ag-
riculture." The H i s t d r u t h ,
through its Gewirkschaften cam-
paign, has received many millions
of American capitalistic dollars
and I shall later discuss the ne-
cessity of re-appraising alloca-
There are basic principles that
are common to the body of work-
ers as a whole: 1) The creation
of the Jewish Center and a Jew-
enterprise alone? Who is to blame ish majority in the land; 2) the
if some American Jewish indus- ; desire for creative productivity;
trialists shy away from invest- j 3) the desire to shape a new life
nient in Israel because they fear i based upon labor that knows no
the competition of Histadruth j exploiter and exploited."
subsidiaries or the talk of some The strength of the workers
of its leaders for total socialism : temmed from the co-ops. Prof,
in-our day? Kurland in his book written for
Just as many a town like the National Labor Committee for
Rohovot or Petach Tikva is today Palestine, in 1947, in referring to
the outgrowth of a moshava so their attitude toward work, states,
many an industrial center is the "This attitude has expressed itself
re$Vit of kvutza or agricultural in the lofty conviction that work tions to it from our local Federa-
settlement. In 1941 the income of is not merely man's means of (tion and UJA campaign, especial-
settlements from their industrial subsistence but also man's central ]y during the next three years,
trade was almost three million purpose in life." There can be no During the economic debacle in
dollars and now is greatly in ex- quibbling with such a statement, I Palestine in 1928 and 1929, the
Cess of that sum. 'but the elevation of the job to j Histadruth was saved from prac-
Afikim has a thriving wood as high, if not higher, degree than : tical bankruptcy through Ameri-
factory and trucking business: man. sometimes impedes effi- can ajd. This and other facts are
Givat Brenner a canning factory, ciency. I was told of an incident deserving of far wider publicity
carpentry and machine shop, and at Kfar Lam where an American ;and greater appreciation. The His-
Ein Harod markets high grade chalutz wanted to intorduce some tadruth and its entire collective
tools for agriculture. Others have American gadgets to cut down j SyStem is one of the most ad-
kilns for baking bricks and fac- ; "K.P." work but whose sugges- vanced in the world. Its Kupat
tones for metal works. Some of: tion was rejected because two -
people's jobs would be abolished
thereby.
Robert R. Nathan, the noted
which, banded together with
kvutzot, have made the Hista-
druth the most powerful single
force in Israel. Sam Watson,
chairman of the British Labor
Party and member of Parliament,
delivered a speech this past sum-
mer at the Anglo-Palestine Club
in London, upon his return from
j Israel which he had visited as a
guest of the Histadruth. After
fulsome praise of what he had
found, he stated that there were
three serious handicaps fating
Israel, one of which was, "the
fact that over and above the gov-
ernment was Histadruth."
What does the Histadruth con-
trol? First, there is Sole! Boneh,
termed by journalist Alvin Rosen-
feld as "The biggest contracting
firm in the Middle East, the
powerful multi-million dollar
property of the, Histadruth, op-
erated strictly on the old-time
socialist principle: from each ac-
cording to his own abilities, to
each according to his needs." In
1949, construction and other work
the younger kvutzot are develop-
ing successful diamond polishing
ventures.
The industrial growth was part
of the evolution of these settle-
ments. Since their primary stock
in trade was the manpower of
their members and idle hands
must inevitably be demoralizing.
ways and means were sought to
occupy them. The rainy or win-
tcry seasons occasionally made
Holim (Workers Sick Fund). Dor
le Dor (Old Age Fund) and Keren
Hoser Avcdah (Unemployment
Fund) have been in existence for
work in the fields almost im-
p sslble. Just as it is important I that it has a mixed economy. He
for crops in a field to be rotated has given at least lip homage to
SO it became advisable to vary j the goal of maintaining a balance
the work of the chaverim. to find between the two systems of eco-
sublimations and other outlets for j nomy, which, until 1948, lived in
those not attuned to agricultural I comparative peace and seemed to
work. There was also the need, have found a modus vivendi.
for additional income to offset i Ellen Thorbeck. in her "Promised
the loss of crops or other agri- '.Land" (1947) made the point that
cultural calamities. I the world should give the Jews in
Ninety-six per cent of Israel's t Palestine every opportunity to
pcesent industry, owned privately j develop this relationship so as to
or by co-operatives, came into find a panacea for the world's
economist, in his appraisal of the many years and served as social
Histadruth wrote. "Its affiliates j security agencies when England,
and own institutions dominate jas the Mandatory Power, sought
the fields of mixed agriculture. | to milk Palestine and keep it in
contract construction and road \ colonial servitude
transportation." ^ There an? many wnQ now urge
On two occasions in the past that Israel, as a sovereignty.,
few months. Prime Minister Ben | should nationalize all these social I
Gurions stated that Israel is welfare services and provide them
neither socialist nor capitalist and | equally for all its citizens-
after all, Histadruth membership,
including their families, consti-
tute only approximately one-half
being since 1920. The aliyah of
the 1930s brought a vast middle-
class group, especially from Ger-
many and Holland, who set up
businesses and commercial enter-
prises. They added to the ground
work of factories which had been
established prior to that time, and
which today seek American capi-
tal for further expansion. This in
turn, will aid in the absorption
of the 50,000 or more immigrants
in the Reception Centers and the
hundreds of thousands still to
come.
However, more important than
the industrial phase of the agri-
cultural settlements' development
is the role they played in the
formation of the Histadruth. the
General Federation of Labor. It
never would have come into
existence without them. It is the
most unique Federation of Labor
in the world in that, among other
things, it acts as the voice of
greatest illthe antagonism be-
between Western and Eastern
economic goals. The economy of
Israel is indeed unique and its
growth and development has been
contrary to any other known to
our present civilization.
Abba Eban. Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the U.S.. on October 29.
1950 stated, "The co-existence of
free enterprises, side by side with
the most advanced form of col-
lective co-operative renders Is-
rael a unique social example,
worthy to be scrutinized by all
students of social organization.
If we can prove that these two
diverging doctrines of social or-
ganizationfree enterprise and
collective organizationcan live
together within the frame-work
of a single state, might we not
help to prove that they can co-
exist, peacefully, even though
competitively?"
Eliezer Liebenstein. a member
of the total population. The vice of
all entrenched bureaucratic
groups is that they fight against
amalgamation or absorption. To
listen to American radio appeals
by Poale Zion and to read its
literature one would think that
its Kupat Holim in Israel was the
sole o*e of its kind. There are
! several others.
There are industrial co-ops
which operate in the cities and
DOOM
TO
labor while also acting as an in-1 of the Knesset, and editor of
dustrialist-employer in the nu- Beterem. and a leading inde-
merous businesses which it owns I----------------------------------------------
and operates. (So vast are its
interprises and services that it
requires 22.000 men and women
to administer its over-all func-
tions.) For the aid toward its
establishment and development.
Israel will be everlastingly in-
debted to the Histadruth.
In the forward to "Co-operatit>e
Palestine, the Story of the Hista-
druth" by S. Kurland, appears
this statement, "Contrary to ex-
perience everywhere else, the ag-
ricultural workers assumed lead-
ership in building the labor
movement."
The chalutzim had begun their
federations in 1911 and 1914 but
not unil December 1920 was there
a meeting in Haifa of representa-
tives of all groups to band to-
gether and to form one organiza-
tion. Joseph Sprinzak, present
speaker of the Knesseth. stated
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Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Friday eyenlnic services at 5:30. I-Ue
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morning services 9:3". Bunday
morning religious school 9:45. Sunday
evening, center holds open house for
youth of community starting at 7:30.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
Friday evening services at 5. Sat.
urday morning services 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Ever will speak on the Portion of the
Week. At 4 he will Instruct class In
Talmud. Mlncha at 4:45 followed by
Shalos Seudos contributed by
Harry Moskowltz and Herbert Llpklnd.
Zmiran will follow; Maariv will com-
plete the services. I tally services at 8
a.m. followed by class In Mlshna by
the rabbi. Mlncha at .1:15 followed by
class In Jewish Daws and Customs.
Maariv follows. Dally classes Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday, 3:30
to 6:30. Sunday school 10 to noon. Reg-
istration dally In the office from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Junior Congregation services
at 10 a.m. Every Sunday the brother-
hood will conduct services at 9 fol-
lowed by breakfast and cultural pro-
gram.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Ralibi Kronish will speak, sabbath
service Saturday morning at lOM.'i a m,
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:3n.
Rabbi Orauer will preach on the Por-
tion of the Week. Mlncha nt 4:4.', p.m.
followed hy Shalos Sudos. Junior Con-
gregation on Saturday, 10 a.m. to
noon; Sunday school from 10 to noon.
I>ailv religious school 3:30 to 6:30.
Dallv services S a.m. Reading class.
Michna 4:45: Mlncha daily 5:15.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Mondav through Friday services at
7:30 a.m. Saturday at 9 am. and Sun-
day at 8 a.m. Minolta at '::', p.m.
followed by Maariv ;'t I1 m. d;illy.
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Frldav evening services at S. K-\\M
will speak, on "We Are Thankful.
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Mishkln Will be host
and hostess for the week. Saturday
morning servfeces t : a.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th bt.,
Miami Beach.
Daily services 7:3J) a.m. nnd 5:1..
p.m.: "Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Frldav evening service *:00 p.m.
Saturday at 4 .4ni there ?'V .i
story hour Tor children of the entire
community. Refreshments. v}" "e
served aUuMU-hrew-daace* and. songs
will be 1kujO>r,".lSy -CobBUs Lauen
Mlncha at "" p.m. "d shalos I eudtlj
following. Sunday-morning service at *.
Downtown Synagogue (Conr
servative), I3S N.iyS 8rd Ave.
Friday e\e~itn? service-%lE5:3o; saw
uraa, morning si 8:80. Dallj services
7:30 a.m. ajid i:30 ram. _
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or*
thodox). 3M-311 Washington Ave-
Miami Beach: fiabbj Moses Mes-
shetoM.
Friday nenlpg Services at ..:00.
Saturday morning at 8-.a-;
Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on vTheflB
Jacob Lives.' Bar Mluvah of Sa*
ford son of Mr. and Mrs. -ouis I.c.h.
ner. Mlncha at 3 followed > Shalos
Seudls Ra*b will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Hebrew school
Monday through Thurs. ay 3-30 Sun-
,lttV 9-2. Ceremony of lighting of the
nrsi Chanuka etgftttJrlhtjXjrtj
at 5-30 Sunday evening. The messing
will be chanted by Cantor Peeler.
First Jewish Congregation ox
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven. r
Ral.bl De Koven will officiate at
services Friday at 8:15 P;m. Hebrew
classes dally from 4 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Sunday school from 9:45 to 12 noon
i-holr meeting Monday. Nov. i '
Rabbi's rSldence. 113 Mendosa Ave.
atT.mpl.Emanu-ElofFt.L.ud-
erdale and HoUywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave- Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
r*rvloe Friday at 8 Ranson
will preach on "The Lord Is a Man
T wir Hebrew sessions satur-
SayTo a.m.! rellglius school Sunday
9:4CoflTeglien Beth TBtahJ(Or-
tbooox). 935 EujOid Ave- NM
Beach. RabM Joseph E. Raclt-
Frlday evening service, at 5^
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*7^tXF sirrta?.. Tuesday*
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..w.,.uo wewisn i^enier,
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
ate at services Friday evening.
North Dado Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North MiamL
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox),
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
S.n ices 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally
services at 7:80 am. and 5:30 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave Miami
Beach.
Services Friday night at 5:15; Satur-
day at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5:00 p.m.
followed by Shalos s.udos. Services
Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 4:15.
All Young Israel members In the area
are Invited to attend.
T'Fereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.;
Saturday 9 a.m. All residents in that
area are Invited to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
Friday night services at 5:30; Satur-
day morning at 9. Dally services at 8
a.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
I.aie Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the subject A New Revolt!" In view
of the approaching Chanuka holidays.
Floral offering will be made by Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Bhoher on the I
occasion of their son Harold's birth-
day. Reception will follow. Sabbath
services al 8:80 a.m. The rabbi w ill
discuss highlights of the Portion of
tin- Law. s'uid. nts services at 10.
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Friday evening service at 8:80.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on 'The
Meaning of Chanuka Today." Sat-
urday morning service at 9 a m.
with rabbi speaking on the "Week-
ly Portion of the Law. Baturday
bible class 4:3" p.m. followed by
Shalos S'udos. Daily service in the
chapel 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Youth
Ilreakfast service Sunday 9:15 a.m. in
the chapel, followed by brekafast In
the patio. Junior services 9:30 a.m.
Saturday morning in the assembly
hall of the school building. Dally
religious school Monday through
Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday
school 10 to 12 noon. High school for
Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Services Friday evening at 8:30.
p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Avo. Rabbi Simon ApriL
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:'.5.
Saturday morning at t. Bar Mitzvah
of Arno, son of Mi. and Mrs. Raymond
Kuper, Misha at 4:30 p.m. follow-.1 by
Mincha, Shalos Sudos and Maariv
services. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school daily 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Dallv services 7:30 a.m. and 5:80 p.m.
Bar Mitzvah breakfasl Bunday al 9:80
Cong. Rabbi Chamna Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services dally a.m. and 9 am..
Mlncha i p.m., Maariv al J p.m. Friday
evening services at sundown.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek. cantor: Steve
Kessler, organist Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday Sabbath service at 8:1.1.
Rabbi Skoj. will speak on When Jews
Fight Rack." a pre-Chanuka analysis
of the Mnccabean struggle and victory.
Special Chanuka melodies by.( antor
Malek, congregation and choir Oneg
Shabbat In annex. Saturday at lt.4.i
a.m. Torah study of weekly portion of
bible. Klddush. Bar MlUvah ClUb-
conflrmatlos class Thursday at i With
the rabbi. Dally Hebrew school with
Joseph Hurtwltz. principal. Uf
cont nues throughout the week to be
climaxed bv outdoor Chanuka cere-
mo of lighting of eight fooltMeota
during which children of Religious ami
Hebrew school. Cantor Malek and
choir will present program before ad-
journing for grand finale of bazaar
"Tempi". Israel. 2020 Broward
Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E.
Singer. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at SJS,
Rabbi Singer will speak on Our
Swn Strength," "Chanuka sermon
Candles will be Ut by Mrs WUHe
Uhlfelder. Naming ce>em<.n> for^Karo
Martina Krause daughter of Mr. and
... Richard Krause will be Mia
during the services. Reception will
follow the services. rente*
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(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive.
Normandy Isle. Rev. Philip Fried,
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fJenit> ftbriaKarj
DAY, DECEMBER .
Chanuka Its History And Background
A Rcerfew of the Festival of Lights As It Has Been Observed
Through the Centuries
By HARRY CUSHING
The moving narrative of
Chanuka is not centered about the
military victory of the Macca-
beans. Rathe:- it is the incident of
the unpolluted cruse which con-
tained but enough oil for one
day's burning and yet. miracu-
lously, sufficed for eight. This
Victory of the spirit has kept Is-
real alive for more than 2.100
years. The Jews, through the in-
spiration of his slavery to truth,
has survived hatred .persecution
and exile; he has become im-
mortal through the Lamp in his
hand.
For some 3.500 years, the
Menorah. the many-branched
candelabra, has been an important
Jewish sumbol. In fact, it is the
most important symbol in the
synagogue today. For cent
the Menorah burned constantly.
In its light Israel has walked. By
its inspiration Judaism has lived.
The creation of the Menorah
goes back to the days when the
ancient Israelites were nomads 'n
the desert of Sinai, after the
Exodus from Egypt. Moses and
the leaders of the embryonic
nation sought to establish a cen-
tral medium which would serve
as an inspiration for the religious
expression of the people.
And thus came into being the
'Ohel Mo'ed"the Tabernacle in
which were housed several sym-
bols of the Israelites. There was,
for example, the Ark in which
had been placed the tablets upon
which had been engraved the Ten
Commandants, the gold altar for
the burning of incense and the
table for the show bread. Next to
the Ark. the Menorah was a most
important element of the Sanc-
tuary's furnishings.
In the Bible. (Exodus 25: 31-39
and 37: 17-24). are found detailed !
descriptions for the construction j
of the candelabra which was to J
become the symbol of a nation
and the light of a people. Wrought
in fine gold, the Menorah which
was housed in the ancient Taber-
nacle was beaten out of one piece.
Three branches came out of each
side of the candlestick, making a
:' seven for the entire
candelabrum. The cups wore like
almond blossoms. The dec
luded buds and flowers, all
part of the one beaten chunk of
pure gold.
Many, many centuries later.
v en the Israelites had been es-
tablished in the promised Land
and a magnifici nt Temple had
shed in J. n by
lomon, ten such ci ndle-
Sticks were placed in the II
of God. i Kii
in the Bible giv< I '
scription of the construction of the
Ti nple that Solomon built with.
the aid of Hiram, king of Tyre.
All
they wen carried off by I
Babylonians as Judah went into I
itivity in the year 586 B.C.E. :
Seventy years later. Persia had j
replaced Babylonia as a world
power and the Jews were per-
mitted to return to their home-
land. A new Temple was con-
structed but there is no record
as to the size or number of
Menorot created to illumine this
second edifice. It is assumed by
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lore that the Menorot for the
; second Temple were modelled ac-
cording to the regulations found
us.
[| was. however, after the suc-
cessful Maccabean revolt that
; the Menorah became an even
more impressive symbol for the
Jewish people. It now stood as the
symbol demonstrating God's Light
Against Jupiter's Might.
Five hundred years after the
j second Temple had been erected,
| Herod decided to make a number
j of improvements in the ancient
edifice. Herod who was hated by
1 the Jewish people for flagrant
I violations of those ideals for
which the Jewish people stood,
sought to win their favor by
sh iwing one tremendous act of
kindness. He set about enlarging
the Holy Temple and beautifying
the edifice.
Herod's Temple was simple in
its grandeur and it became widely
known as one of the wonders of
the ancient world. It was in the
Herodian Temple that there were
Menorot which are descried
more fully in the Talmud than
the Menorah of the original Tab-
ernacle during Israel's sojourn in
the wilderness. We are told that
it stood seventy-two inches wide,
and was fifty-two inches wide.
The cups, say the Talmud, were
like Alexandrian drinking uten-
sils. The knobs looked like the
apples of Keraze and the flowers
were similar to those grown in
Amudim, a town in Galilee. The
Menorah of Herod's Temple was
noted for one particular feature
the "Ner Ha'Ma-aravi" or the
Western Lamp.
Also known as "Ner Elohim"
the "Light of God" (I Samuel
3:3) it was left burning all day
and was refilled at nightfall. The
"Ner Hamaravi" actually con-
tained no more oil than the other
lamps a half-log measure (a log
contains the liquid of six eggs),
sufficient to last during the long-
est winter nights (Menaehot 89);
yet tradition tells us that mira-
culously the lamp burned regu-
larly till the following evening
(ib. 86B).
A ladder of three steps which
was about thirty-six inches in
height and the same width stood
in front of the Menorah. On the
second step were placed the tongs,
-novels, dishes and oil. Bezalel
the artist for the construction of
the Tabernacle made this ladder
: from shittimwood. How-
ever, in the Temple of Solomon,
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this ladder was built of marble.
Priests would ascend the steps
to prepare and kindle the lamps
of the Menorah.
Try: Menorah depicted on Titus'
Arch in Rome is in all probabili-
ty a replica of one of Solomon's
Menorot, and not of the M
Menorah which it ia said was con-
cealed by the priests shortly be-
fore the destruction of the first
Temple and of which all trace
had disappeaied.
Like the Menorah of the first
Temple, the Menorah of the
second Temple has also disap-
peared. Its lessons and implica-
tions, however, continue to live
With the Jewish people. Symboli- |
cally the Menorah represented i
the creation of the world in seven
days, the center light being a
symbol of the Sabbath. The seven
branches are the continents and
the seven heavens, guided by the
light of God. In the Zohar is
found this statement: "These
lamps, like the planets above, re-
ceive their light from the sun."
Through the ages, the Menorah
was depicted as designs, orna-
ments and motifs within and out-
side synagogue structures. In
1932, during the excavations of I
the- Dura-Europos Synagogues in
Syria, the Menorah was found
(Continued on Page 10 B)
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PAGE 7B
What's Cooking?
By
TERRY ELMAN
Obituaries
Oscar Levant says
trecr is just a sideline
noosing, his conducting, his
BffSdTk occasional stints
(ru'f> ... uPuovuhnnv wants
the
radio.
Everybody wants
{Tdo'everything but my own
(et" he complained when I
Viewed him on the set of
An American in Pans.
In th.
HARRY SACK
63. of M 8.W. 23rd St., a.ss,,l
away November 27. A resident for the
paal fly* year; Mr. Bach came here
from Detroit. Ho was a retired mer-
chant, iii. i. avis his u if,., Pauline, and
,ii iiHUKhiir, Mrs. Ruth Horalle, ol
his film,'""'0'1. Back was a member of
the Israelite Center. Bervloei were
. so is I conducted Wedneday al the Gordon
Funeral Chapel with Rabbi M
<;rauei- offirlatinR. Interment followed
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
field of composing, it
be noted that in the space of
"ear and a half, he wrote two
rine quartettes, a piano con-
rl0 a nocturne for symphony
rchestra, the music for two mo-
ln pictures, and several popular
mes and piano numbers. Among
"popular hits, the top tune is
ladv Play Your Mandolin.
As" an author, he wrote "A
mattering of Ignorance." In this
It seller he denies any special
nusical knowledge. He collabor-
ted on the screen play of "Orient
jcpress."
Oscar Levant claims he leads a
regular" life. In New York, this
regular life" means that he
nakes the rounds of the night
pots frequented by cafe society
jitil five in the morning. Then
e sleeps until noon. He never
rinks, but smokes incessantly
nd keeps his witty remarks going
ust as steadily. On a film set,
e seldom is found without a
offee cup in his hand.
When I asked Mr. Levant what
iisoccupation really was he said:
I'm a concert pianist who loves
o eat Beef Stew."
Heri Mrs. Levant's recipe for
Beef Stew Ala Oscar
4 tablespoons of oil
i 11 clove of garlic
One and one-half pound beck
huck cut in one and one-half
nch cubes.
One medium sized onion,
inced
One-half cup canned tomato
iuce or one large tomato cut
n wedges.
3 tablespoons vinegar
One cup red wine
One bay leaf
3 tablespoons chopped parsley
1 teaspoon (or less) oregano
2 teaspoons salt
One-eighth teaspoon pepper
Procedure:
Just put everything into a big
pot all at once. Cover pot tightly
and let simmer one-and one-half
hours to two hours, or until the
meat is tender. Half hour before
you figure the meat will be ready,
add 8 small onions; 4 carrots cut
n thirds, 4 quartered medium
potatoes.
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MRS. SARAH BERC
70. of :,i(i n.w iii-.ii, Terr., passed
iway last Thursday. She was a real-
lent for one .Mar coming from Chlca-
K. She is survived by li.-r husliainl.
Abraham; two sons, Uonel and Harold,
of Chicago; and a daughter, Mrs.
Audrey Abrnms; two brothers, Mi-
chael and Arthur Glaubers; sister
Mrs. Hi iii'stin.- Solltske. The remains
were sent to Chicago for services and
Interment by the (iordon Funeral
Home.
a Beach hospital. He came here from
Dumont. N. .1., where he was a dress
inanufai liinr. Surviving are one son,
Murray, and two daufrters, Mrs Rose
Rosenberg and Mrs. Mildr.d Blake.
The remains were sent to New York
<-ity ny Miami Beach Riverside.
IRWIN CALLNER
co, a wlster visitor from Chicago
for the past five years, passed away
Monday in a Iteiirh hospital. II. was
m the real estate business, The re-
mains wen- sent to Chicago by Miami
Bi Hi b Kiwi sub- for services and In-
terment.
MICHAEL EPSTEIN
". Ol 24S 80th St. passed away in
i Beach hospital on M.....lay. Mr.
Epstein was a retired hat manufactur-
er and came here from Woodmen.
U I. He la survived by his ivift Ida;
one daughter. Mrs. Bonla Rlchter;
two sisters, Mrs. Dora Bloom and
Mrs. Rachel Levlne. The remains were
sent to New York by Miand Beach
Riverside for services and interment.
Collins
IS. He
MAURICE GOLDEN
Who was staying at 3925
Ave., passed away November
came here from New Jersey where be
was an embroidery manufacturer. The
remains were sent to t'nion City, N. J.
by the Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850
Alton Road, for services and inter-
ment.
MRS. ANOREE LENZ
34, of 360 Collins Ave., passed away
following a brief illness. Nov. 23.
She came here from New Jersey.
Arrangements are In charge of Beach
Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton Road.
SIDNEY JOHN ElfeMAN
Of 6423 Colitis Ave, passed away
November 2.">. He was a retired shoe
manufacturer from Cincinnati where
the remain- were sent for services and
interment by the Beach Mem,.rial
Chapel. Surviving is his wife Blanche.
LEON EDELSTEIN
04, passed away last week at the
age of 54. A resident for eight years
Mr. Iv'.-lstein i ame here from New
York City and resided at 121 Collins
Ave. lie was a member of the Miami
Beach Post, Jewish War Veterans.
The Norman Bruce Brown post con-
ducted military rites at his graveside
in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Bdelsteln
was also a member of the Florida
chapter, Disabled American Veterans.
Surviving are a brother. Irving, of
Pittsburgh, and a sister, Mrs. Adele
Dubinskv. of the Bronx, N. Y.
ELIZABETH ZAKON
26, of 1711 Michigan Ave.. a resident
of one month, passed away this week.
She has been coming hen- for a
number of years from Brookllnei
Mass.. where the remains were sent
for services and interment by the
Beach Memorial Chapel, 18S0 Alton
Road,
DAVID OKA
71, a resident here for about one
year, coming from New York City,
conducted at the Cordon Funeral
Home. Mr. ilka resided at 1126 N.W.
."isth Ter. Surviving are two daughters,
Mis Anna I'.eikowitz of Miami, and
Mrs. Bertha Lawrence of Napano. h.
N. Y.; also a brother and three sisters.
MRS. HENRIETTA GOLDEN
37, of 2110 Brickell Ave., passed
away last Thursday. Surviving are her
husband, Harold; two sons, Leo and
Roger; and her mother, Mrs. Estelle
Levy. Services were conducted In the
Miami Riverside with Interment in
Temple Israel Section of iliact ind
Memorial Park.
MRS. RUBY ROBY BYER
35. of Miami wife of Jacob Byer.
was killed In an automobile accident
in I'lewlstoii on November 24. Serv-
ices weie conducted al "The Miami
Riverside," West Flagler al 20th Ave.,
on November 2". followed i>> entomb-
ment at Woodlawn Mausoleum.
MRS. REGENA BERNARD
87, of 431 s.w. 26th Road, a resident
here for the past 12 years, passed
away this Weak. She came to Miami
from New York City and is survived
by her daughter, Mrs. Hortense
Keyser. The remains were sent to Par
Rockawav for set vices and interment
by "The Miami Riverside West
Flngler and 20th Ave., on November
28.
MRS ROSE KASPER
66, of 326 Collins Ave., passed away
November 25 In a Miami Beach hospi-
tal. She is survived by her husband
Harrv; one son, Sydney, one daughter,
Mrs. Florence Cohen; three sisters
and one brother. She was a member
of Beth Jacob Congregation. Services
were conducted at the Miami Beach
Riverside with Rabbi Moses Mes-
eheloff officiating. Interment took
place In Mt. Sinai Cemetery-
CHARLES SCHWARTZ
68, of 1619 Jefftrson Ave.. Miami
Beach passed away November 25 In
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBEH

Increasing: Trend Toward Religious
Thinking Noted Among College Youth
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
With one war behind them and
uncertain years ahead, what place
does Judaism hold in the lives of
Jewish. college youth, leaders of
tomorrow's American Jewish
community?
A generally increasing trend
college students, are enrolled in
Hillel activity.
Commenting on the trend by
college students of all faiths to-
ward greater religious conscious-
ness, the Hillel leaders said
campus youths were "finding
themselves living in a world of
standard of values that would be
modern and yet not dogmatic.
Hillel officials tied-in the rise
of Jewish awareness on the
campus by expressing the belief
that the increase came about "not
because of any inherent .superiori-
ty among Jewish college students,
but because of the peculiar nature
of Judaism, which unlike more
'narrow' religions encompasses all
of Jewish culture and serves as an
overarch to all Jewish life."
The first newspaper in the
American colonies told its read-
ers: "It is designed that the Coun-
trey shall be furnished once a
moneth (or if any Glut of Occur-
rences happen, oftener.) with an
account of such considerable
things as have arrived unto our
Notice."
Greater awareness of Judaism by Jewish campus youth was
reported this week by noted newspaper columnist Max Lemer.
The Hillel Foundation confirmed the growing feeling among
Jewish students. Here a group of students at one of the Hillel
Foundation houses on campus are shown at religious ceremonies.
American Jewish Press Photo
toward religious thinking among i
college youth, and particularly
the nation's more than 200.000 J
Jewish college youth, was noted !
by columnist Max Lerner in the!
course of a series of articles ap-
pearing in a metropolitan daily
newspaper.
Officials of B'nai B'rith's Hillel
Foundation, core of Judaism and )
Jewish activity on the nation's!
campuses, were quick to confirm
the report, adding that the organ- 1
ization's records showed "a very .
definite and noticeable increase |
in Jewish activity on the cam- '
puses in scope, intensity, and
depth."
The Jewish student, explained
Hillel leaders Rabbi Arthur J.
Lelyveld and Dr. Alfred Jospi,
finds himself especially suscepti-
ble to the problems and chaos of
a troubled world. The Jews more
than others, the leaders said, suf-
fer from this chaotic condition.
Something must be done to cor-
rect the situation and religion
seems to be the answer for most
college youth, they added.
Hillel noted a sharp increase
among Jewish college youth for
more discussion groups dealing
with extensive problems concern-
ing Jewish life and culture. Con-
tributions toward welfare funds
have been very much on the in-
crease. Hillel reports, surmising
that the upward trend in giving
depicts a greater concern by the
average Jewish student for his
community and group.
Columnist Lerner disclosed the
increased following in Judaism
on the campus during his series
on "Morals on the Campus."
Hillel Foundatiton. the central
organization which provides
facilities for religious studv and
contact among Jewish college
youth, maintains 200 branches at
major campuses in the United
States, Canada and Israel.
The Hillel confirmation of
Lerner's disclosures bears special
value since approximately 150.000
of the nation's 200.000 Jewish
heightened specialization and al-
most complete moral relativism."
Though college youth is "re-
volting from the laxness and
moral relativism of their fathers'
generation," the Hillel leaders
said, "they could still not accept
the total ritualistic and formalis-
tic religion of their grandfathers'
generation."
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ifiUDAY.' DECEMBER 1, 1950
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
*J***s*fh)ridian
LrperimenMrf Segregation ..."
A ruthless experiment in se-
Legation that began oyer two
Lnths ago in the school system
|f a village in Canada will come
I to an end at the termination of
l.h. school-term. A suburb of
Pronto. Forest Hill Village, has
Imore than 18,000 residents, with
IJews constituting forty per cent
Inf the population. As far as the
-cord -shows there had been no
anti-Semitic friction in the vil-
me "Mvond "normal" manifesta-
tions of that ill. The community
lis a rich one and most of its Jews
are piospeeot* Toronto business- tues. It is" ad organ of Jewish
journalist. As an individual Mr
Rubin is entitled to his opinion.
But the piece Congress Weekly
carried was not an opinionit
was pure vilification. Moreover
it was written in a spirit of de-
liberate ridicule. If the author had
poked fun at that press while
simultaneously presenting an ob-
jective analysis and facts to sub-
stantiate his conclusions Congress
Weekly would at least have a
case. But the article was as de-
void of facts as of reason. The
Anglo-Jewish press has many
faults. But it also hqs many vir-
i and merchants. Like all
towns of that size Forest Hill Vil-
lage has its own school system
land its own board of education.
|And as in all such towns the
Wdren mix freely in the schools
Kid other precincts of educational
End-social activities. But sudden-
ly the village board of education
had a brainstorm. It discovered
hat when the new high school
Wned in the village last year,
the registration showed that of
(the 550 students about sixty-five
er cent were Jews and although
there was no public complaints
[he board decided to rectify the
Disproportion a disproportion
Entirely due to the fact that many
rich gentiles were sending their
Children to private schools, many
fcf which were closed to Jews.
Rationalizing that the unequal
htio of Jews to non-Jews was
treating bad adjustment problems
for the gentile .students, the board
Becided that seven classes were
i be restricted to Jews. Thus the
test of the classes would strike a
alance between Jewish and
fcentile students and the mil-
fcnium of interfaith relations
trould be reached. But at the same
pe there was no such noble ex-
riment in other school activi-
. Jewish and non-Jewish stu-
nts ate in the same cafeteria.
Hayed in the same gym, studied
the same library and partici-
ated in the same social functions.
nd Iben there was trouble. The
Youngsters who previously had
ot been aware of religious dis-
etions suddenly became con-
cious of the evil. And there were
Ijmplaints. When protests reach-
-the school board there was a
mique explanation for the un-
lappy experiment. The board de-
bed it was segregation. Instead
pey called their device "not
Kgregation but congregationof
fiends According to Time mag-
2ine the Jewish organizations in
forest Kill Village made no out-
or uproar on the ground that
he board acted in good faith al-
hough they did turn on the heat
iprivate. We wonder how much
bush-hash policy has hurt
WTelatiorishTp Between the chil-
|ren in the school and to what
ent it may yet hurt the Jewish
pmmunity itself?
uestiotiable Wisdom .
I We wonder why such a re-
Ponsible and reputable publica-
fn as Congress Weekly has seen
P to lend itself as a vehicle for
l mouthing of abuse against the
Dglo-Jewish press and its pub-
N>ers? We have in mind the
*ent scandalous article by Philip
poin. himself an Anglo-Jewish
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expression and a vehicle for the
promotion of Jewish weal. To.
distant communities it is the only
source of Jewish news. Weak as
it may be it is a potent cultural
and public opinion force in Jewish
life today. While it has its limita-
tions it also has great potentiali-
ties. Were the Anglo-Jewish
press to disappear from the
scene, the Jewish community in
America would suffer a great
calamity. One doesn't handle a
problem of such magnitude with
so flippant an approach. If Rubin
has erred Congress Weekly has
sinned.
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Morris Morgenstern, one of the
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the high position Eastern Euro-
5K .fws are assuming .in the
Philanthrope fabric of our Jewish
community One of Israel's
newest residents is Anastasya
Tolstoy, grand-daughter-of the
immortal Leo Tolstoy. She was
married to an Odessa Jewish mer-
chant who died in an Israel im-
migrant camp Mrs. Anna
Rosenberg is not the only Jewish
Assistant Secretary of Defense.
r male counterpart is Marx
Leva The denials are hot but
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be the silence of understanding
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Chanuka Its History And Background
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(Continued form Page 6 B)
depicted on severa: or the murals.
This most ancient synagogue
which dates back to 245 C.E. had
the earnest known pictorial rep-
resentations of biblical scenes.
In various ancient synagogues
of Palestine single and double
Menorot feature the ornaments
and panels. In the synagogue at
Priene. Greece, for example, sev-
eral Menorat were found en-
graved on the pillars and in other
parts of the edifice, indicating
exceptionally careful workman-
ship.
Even the catacombs and ceme-
teries of Jews in Rome and other
places have designs of the
Menorah. Oddly enough, however,
the Menorah appears very rarely
alone. Whether as a ceiling design
or a motif of a wall design or
etched in glass, the Menorah is
surrounded by a group of other
ceremonial items. Thus may be
seen such artistic decorations as
a Torah scroll, the Ram's Horn,
the palm branch and citrus, a
replica of the Ark atop of which
are the Cherubim, or similar
designs. At times there are de-
signs of the palm tree, pome-
granate, grapes and similar plants.
Animal life is represented by the
gazelle, dove. lion, eagle and of
course the ram with its very
Jewishly significant horn.
Ancient Jewish custom had
placed a ban on imitating the
Menorah. the seven-branched
car, in of the Holy Temple.
Th<
to making a candelabrum v
res .. nal Menorah
but having li
branchi I multi-
branched Temple lamp. It
this latti -:tudc
which gave the [in '. design-
ers the Ch inuka li mp the in-
sp: make use of the
Men : and at the same
time construct the candelabrum
for the special needs of the eight-
day holiday. Thus, instead of a
central shaft and three branches
on each side, the Chanuka Meno-
rah has four branches with the
central shaft serving for the
Shummas (servant) taper by
which all the other lamps are lit.
Many Chanuka lamps, as used
through the ages, have been dis-
covered in various Jewish com-
munities. The most ancient
Chanuka candelabrum, however,
was one discovered in Palestine
and is said to date back to the
first century. It was made of clay
and typified the Graeco-Roman
era However .the vast amount of
archaeological work going on in
the past couple of generations has
not brought to light examples of
Chanuka Menorot used during
the period beginning with the
first century up through the end
of the Middle Ages. The Menorot
on displav in various museums
; and collections of Jewish cere-
.monial objects are for the most
part Chanuka lamps dating from
I the time of the Renaissance.
Recent years have brought
about manv interesting designs in
the Chanuka Menorah. Craftsmen
! in modern Israel have been ex-
porting some excellent examples
of this ceremonial object for the
observance of the Feast of Lights.
Many of them are in line with
ancient traditional motifs while
some have a modernistic blend. A
very popular model of Chanuka
Menorah is the bronze candela-
brum which is made up of a series
of miniature ancient oil lamps
with a pitcher serving as the main
resevoir for the oil. Wicks im-
mersed in oil, instead of the usual
yellow candles, are used to kindle
the lamp.
Most of the old Chanuka
candelabra are easily traced to
the country of their origin by
significant ornamentation. There
are moorish shaped Menorot re-
vealing their origin in North
Africa and other Arab lands. In
manv cases the artistic influence
of theii non-Jewish neighbors
has shown itself in the work of
Jewish craftsmen. And so it is
that in many instances the little
ih symbols on the Menorah
' placed by cupids. horns of
plenty, baskets with fruit and
simili r secular designs.
Because Jewish religious lead-
ers did not wish to permit the
ular Menorah of the synagogue
to be magnified by the Chanuka
Menorah. the synagogue candela-
brum is also an eight-branched
affair. It was strongly felt that
it would be unfitting to have the
eight-branched Chanuka Menorah
and a seven-branched candela-
brum used the year-round rival
each other.
Although the Chanuka candela-
brum for the synagogue stands
erect, the Mcnoiah for the home
has taken on various shapes and
constructions. They have been
fashioned to hang on the wall or
from the ceiling or. as in most,
instances, to be set up on the
window sill. In the hanging lamps
various shapes have been utilized
for the eight oil cups. For ex-
ample, some are in the shapes of
heads of animals. Some are simple
vials for the oil. Many of the
hanging lamps required a large
size back to support them. This
gave an opportunity to artisans to
create bas relief and engraving*
of the various Hebrew religious
symbols, already mentioned
above.
In modern Israel, the Chanuka
Menorah is a public symbol. Im-
mense electrified Menorot are
mounted atop water towers and
communal buildings. A very odd
type of Menorah was created by
the Israelis during the war when
helmets were mounted on an iron
arc. The helmets were filled with
oil and their light -could be seen
over the countryside.
The Menorah, symbol of light
and truth, has been an inspiring
manifestation for Jews for thous-
ands of years. It has become an
important symbol of the festive
table ushering in Sabbath and
festivals; it stands in full glory
in the pulpits of temples and
synagogues; its little tapers gleam
amidst the glee and smiles of
little children during the cold
wintry nights of Chanuka. And
as each night of the festival con-
tinues and additional tapers take
their places in the Chanuka can-
delabra holders, Jews recall the
miracles of the past and the
glorious history of an Eternal
People.
In the very dim and hoary past
of Israel's existence, as nomads
in the desert of Sinai, the He-
brews saw in their Tabernacle
Menorah, reflections of their great
the pa,,
spiritual code. In
score generations the ft
of the Chanuka Men iH
kept alive memories of an\H
and impressive past Tt heroi
kindled Israel's an,ihey
which has burst Bftj
bounded flames of tnS
faith in a modern h~L- "1
sustain a hone in ,..'**' M
sustain a hope in a futuI,
shall bring the world cCmT
s divine nj
I
shall bring the world closeru
realization of man's divl,
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DECEMBER_l1i950_
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M Singer To
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i an 800-acre estate
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he two camps are on
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBER
Variety Show Will
Highlight Barn Dance
A men's ballet, a humorous
monologue and a skit featuring
"The Five Mad Russians" will
headline the variety show to be
presented by Coral Gables Lodge
and Women's Chapter. B'nai
B'rith, at their barn daree on
Saturday evening. December 9, at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Mrs. Henry Ehrenkranz and
Nathan Oberferst are chairmen of
the event.
Prizes will be awarded for win-
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man's Charleston competition, old
folks' waltz contest and the cake
walk. An award will also be given
to best and worst rumba dancer
of the evening.
Program will be under the di-
rection of Mrs. William Hechler
and Mrs. Edward Marx. Chair-
man of the ticket committee will
be Mrs. Malka Frank. Other
chairmen are: Mrs. Harry Kess-
ler. prizes; Mrs. Murray Bush,
props: and Mrs. Arthur Bassman,
decorations.
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Dear Mr. Shochet:
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I find them timely, informative
and of educational value. The
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Sectarianism in public schools,
quota systems in colleges and
equality of opportunity of col-
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will be discussed. Also scheduled
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national hate movements.
Free Loan Association
Slates Chanuka Party
A gala Chanuka party will be
given by the Greater Miami He-
brew Free Loan Association on
Monday, December 4, 8 p.m. at
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave., according to announcement
by Samuel Rothstein.
Working on plans for the affair
is Isidore Schwartz, vice presi-
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will be no admission and the
public is invited. A musical pro-
gram and refreshments are on
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24-Hour Service
- 9-0302 PHONES 82-3305
1299 N. W. 23rd STREET
Office and Parts House
1281 N. W. 29th STREET
T
Teaching his neighbor, young Jeffrey Auslander, how to swat
a ball is Al "Flip" Rosen, home run champ of the American
League. The Miami big league player resides with his uncle and
unl. Mr. and" Mrs. M. G. Furman. of Rivo Alto Island, when he
is in town.
Phone 5-7111
ENFIELD'S
CAMERA
SHOP
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biicayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
TITLE INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead oi an orin
as to the condition of title '.Jl
CORAL GABLES !JRBE
100 Miracle Mile 83-4654 Langford Building
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLA^
Oifice Supplies Vurnil*r*\
_____MR. FOSTER'S STOB*^
33 N.E. FIRST AVE.
GREETING CARDS ENGRAVING

TO ALL
A HAPPY CHANUKA
ROSE PLUMBING COMPANY
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
CONTRACTING REPAIRS
Phono 89-7747
2765 N. W. 79th Street Miami 38. Florida
BANKS ROSE
Phone: 82-8126 2-0491 .. .
Armature and Generator fcu
Motor Winding Repairs and btrnj ^n.
New and Rebuilt Motors Generator, ana
Electrical Marine Work
Controls Brushes
HARRY CONDO
Res. Phone 84-2030
Miami
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
R. T.Jeffries
Florida East Coast **&**'


Ly_ DECEMBER 1. 1950
^T^Zo-r D.STURBIN&YCXI 1
[Sf COHEN BUT MY HUSBAND)
feffi?PAiY ABOUT YOUR -
+Jewish fhridHan
PAGE 13 B
|ed Of Tuberculosis, Dora Moscowitz
turns To Husband And Daughter
YORK CITY (AJP)
[Moscowitz was home again
Uk with her three-year-old
Her and the husband she met
first l..vedduring nine
0f hiding in a ghastly
ound bunker in Nazi-
Czechoslovakia,
imore in.portant, Dora was
Li the il.vaded tuberculosis
I
which for a time threatened to
complete the extermination job
attempted by both the Nazis and
Communists. Thanks to the loving
care of America's top TB special-
ists and the miracles of modern
science, Dora prepared this week
i to renew a normal .life iirst in-
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MARKS IIKOT HERS
DEMOLITIONEXCAVATING
"Anywhere in the State"
Equipment For Rent
100"" Veteran Owned and Operated
Night Phone 4-6347
Now Located at
West Avenue
Phone 58-1496
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
1213 West Flagler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Pone* do Leon Blvd.. Corel Gable.
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
CHANUKA GREETINGS
GREETINGS
|estors Diversified Services, Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
rO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
achesHomestead, West Palm Beach, Belle Glade
Ft. Pierce
SYTHTNG FOB THE GARDENLAWNSFARMS

FO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
LEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
oral Way Phone 4-5234
CORAL GABLES
TO ALL GREETINGS
W- 2nd Street
Miami
terrupted with Hitler's rise to
power.
Through the war years, Dora
fled one step ahead of Hitler's
legions. Once the Jewish girl was
forced to hide nine months like an
animal in an underground bunk-
er as Nazi agents closed in for a
capture.
But Dora eluded them. In her
great moments of fear and doubt,
Dora Moscowitz met her future
husband Marcus, who like she,
was in hiding from the Nazis.
They were married in Carlsbad,
the nearest city, after liberation
by the Red Army.
Then word reached the couple
that Red Army was shipping Jews
off to Siberia to augment Com-
munist slave laborers. In the
dread of night the two fled the
Russian Zone and reached safety
within the American sector.
Like most refugees, the Mos-
cowitzes wanted to come to Amer-
ica. It was easier said than done.
Months of filling out what seemed
to Dora and Marcus endless
forms and papers followed.
Then the great day came. In
1949 the couple with their three-
year-old daughter embarked for
New Yorkthanks to the help
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and other cooperating
agencies.
But the years of hiding like an
animal in the depths of the earth
and taken their toll. Dora.' then
25, had contracted deadly TB. The
same interested parties who
helped her come to America
stepped in to help her lead a
happy life.
Dora was rushed to the Denvei
sanatorium of the Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society. Marcus
remained in their new Brooklyn
home to care for their little
daughter.
When the Moscowitz' little girl
asked her daddy recently,
"When's my mommy coming
home?" a grateful smile crossed
Marcus' weary face.
"Next week, darling," he said
proudly.
And it was so. For modern
science had worked what Dora,
tears rolling down her cheeks,
considered a miracle. Medics at
the sanatorium had pronounced
her as cured and ready to rejoin
her family.
Dora Moscowitz was overjoyed
as she returned home this week.
It was the end of a nightmare
which began many years ago
when an insane paperhanger
vowed Dora and her kind would
never be happy again.
'~v.,*^intn friffi. Jfi
GREETINGS
TO ALL
MORRIS JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
BEST WISHES
W. A. GLASS
HURRICANE SALES CO.
WHOLESALE & COMMISSION
YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS
General Manager
WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON
Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue
Phone 48-1631
7117 N.W. 5th Court
Phone 78-1522 Box 1285
Miami, Florida
iiiu-iiLn us-i/jnuDiLL, mu
1740 N. E. Second Avenue
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
To Jewry Everywhere
*
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
RISCAYNE FRONTON

P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoxa ATenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564
Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television
LEW HEWES
Chris Craft Sales and Service
PARK, MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC.
Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft
412-18 N.W.N. Rirer Dr. 82-5411
427 N.W.N. Rirer Dr. 7-4191
To All Our Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JAMES P. STUART
MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
922 Ingraham Building Phone 9-5661




PAGE 14 B
+Jewistincr*MM7
FRIDAY,
DECEMBfj
Chanuka-A Timely Message For
Mr. And Mrs. World Today
By RABBI LEON SPITZ '
The message of Chanuka speaks wanspace of an exh.bit
with even more compelling em-
phasis to Mr. and Mrs. World in
our present war-crisis which has
as its announced objective the
preservation of the sovereignty
of small nations. However, its
specific observance remains the
direct concern of the Jew, as it
has been for the past 2100 years
and more.
All the world over, we Jews
celebrate Chanuka both at home
and in the synagogue on the 25th
day of Kislev, according to the
ancient Hebrew calendar. This
year it will fall cm the work of
December 4 to 12. in America, in
the Stiitt .'[ Is;ail. and every-
where else where Jews arc to be
found, c i n h t 1 i 11 1.' orange
Chanuka candles wll be lit on the
eight Chanuka nishts. On the
firsl < v. nint;. one candle will In-
lit: on the second -veiling, two:
on tlif thud evening, three; and
so on until on the last or eighth
evening, all the eight candles will
lie lit. This candle lighting c<
mony will be carried out in hun-
dreds of thousands of Jewish
homes throughout the world. This
has been going on for two thous-
and, one hundred and fifteen
years.
At first the Rabbinical Academy
of Rabbi Shammai advocated that
the order of kindling the lights
should be reversed, that on the
first night all the eight candles
should be lit in a sudden blaze
l glory to illuminate the advent
of the festival. However. Rabbi
Hillers Academy urged the ac-
room.
There are of course menorahs
of various sizes and shapes and
materials, ranging jn price from
25 cents to thousands of dollars.
In olden limescenturies ago,
people used earthen or clay
menorahs and instead of candles
they poured oil into the little
cup's which they moulded into the
earthen holders. In the days of the
Maccabees, when Chanuka was
fust celebrated, the priests would
pour consecrated oil to feed the
Menorah which was kept in the
Holy of Holies in the T<*mple at.
Jerusalem. In our own time
menorahs usually have beautiful
symbolic decorations engraved on
there such as the six-pointed
Star of David at the top and
crouching lions at each side.
What is the origin of this holi-
day? ,
Chanuka was first instituted
in the City of Jerusalem on the
25th day of Kislev in the year
165 BCE by Judah. the Maccabee.
the Jewish priest-patriot of those
far-away times.
We kindle the Chanuka lights
during the Chanuka week. In the
synagogue the rabbi or cantor
lights them after he chants the
blessings; in the home, father or
one of the boys chants the bless-
ing, "Blessed art Thou O Lord
our God. King of the universe.
Who hast made us holy by Thy
commandments and commanded
us to kindle the lights of
Chanuka." while the other chil-
dren in the family light the
Chanuka. Special holiday latkes ^
or potato-pancackes are served^
and trendel games are indulged
in by young and old.
With much greater enthusiasm
is Chanuka observed on its native
soil in the new state, Israel. There
on Chanuka nights huge Menorahs
are set up on the roofs of syna-
gogues, schoolhouses, City Halls
and government buildings, which
illuminate the entire city or
village, a practice whichinci-
dentallyis becoming quite the
fashion with*- American syna-
gogues and Jewish Centers.
There is one spot which is
sac red to the hearts of the Jewish
children in Israel, the village of
Modin. For the duration of the
Chanuka week outings are ar-
ranged by virtually all the schools
,.i Israel. The school children
stream by the thousands into
Modin, there to salute and chant
in tribute to the Chanuka heroes.
No wonder that Chanuka so
adequately celebrated as a chil-
dren's holidayis the happiest
and best beloved of holidays in
the Jewish calendar, in America,
in Israel, and everywhere else.
In our American public schools
there is a growing tendency to
observe in some way Chanuka
and Christmas simultaneously as
the Christmas tree and the
Chanuka Menorah are displayed
side by side and Chanuka and
Christmas songs are chanted in-
terminglingly. However, it is still
a moot question as to whether
or not this "good-will" effort
should be promoted or be dis-
couraged. Yet this very attempt
tends to bring out the universality
of Chanuka, a holiday which
carries a message for all the
world to heed ,and is yet a dis-
tinctive and peculiarly Jewish
national-religious institution.
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ...
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPAQ
15 N. W. 24th Street ph^'
535
u plays and par...
its lull glory. .,. wnich the children receive
It is believed that the Christian I chanuka presents and everyone
ritual of lighting Christmas lights meets one another. A Happy
has been borrowed from Chanuka.
Amons' Jews light has from the
earliest times been a religious
ritual associated with Temple
worship, with the ushering and
escorting lhe Sabbath and Yon-
Tov i.i the f kidciush and
Habdalah both in synagogue and
in the home, at weddings and
yahrzeits, and yizkor-memorials,
and at all public services.
The Chanuka Menorah is usual-
ly made of brass or even tin, or
copper, or chromium, silver. One
may also sec in the Jewish
Museum in New York City a
tremendously huge Menorah of
cedarwood which takes up the
Plaster Mason Cement
Stucco Plain Ornamental
25 Years Experience
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Guarantee Satisfaction
S. COMITOS
2905 S. W. 17th Street
Phone 48-4125
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-7796
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Phone 83-1623
FERGUSON & ROBERTS, Inc.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
616 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-5291
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
V. J. HOIXHERL COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
2047 North Miami Arenu* Phone 3-0611
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
MR. AND >!.*. E SI\iil 11
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
.lark II. Pero
1411 S.W. 11th Street
Miami
TO ALL GREETINGS
Western Meat Co. In,.,
WHOLESALE HOME FREEZE
2122 N. W. 7th Arenue
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 9-2711
Miami,!
SHELL'S SUPER MARKET |
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-l|
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop!
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materiali
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Con
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666
GREETINGS TO ALL
HOME FURNITURE CO.
MIAMI STORE
2719 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-4142
HIALEAH STORE
165 Hialeah Drive Phone 88-3062
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
At the EntranceHuntinofon BuiWmff
168 S. E. Fbrt St MiomL Ha. !
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WOP
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
GREETINGS
TO ALL
SMITH'S
RELIABLE SERVICE
"BE^SURE WITH PURE"
Washing Polishing Greasing
Auto Repairs
3866 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 83-9177
FOR READY*DXED CONCRETE PHONE 4*
Allied Concrete Products,
2600 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami, Florida
fOne Block North of Dix.c High
- FRANK S. WUELKER. President
GREETINGS FROM
T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO,
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
Dealers
SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 94516
M30 N. E. SECOND AVFJ^
Miami's Oldert a***"**""*1 ""
MUM M FLORfl*


>av DECEMBER 1, 1950
forkshop Will Present
lory 01 Franz Bocs
j^e Story of Franz Boas" by
Hurley, will be presented
jjaflia Worsbop for Democracy
'Sundry. Decembr 3, at 7:45
| over radio station WMIE.
[icior9 in this week's program
include Vic Knobloch, Bill
tors, Lennie Aronoff, Bob
fnner and Lowell Thing. Ger-
Marx is director and
K( ssler. musical director.
LEGAL NOTICE
. ER OF PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
KyPVTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
OHlKA. IN CHANCERY, No.
i.l.NK I RIEDMAN, Ilalntlff, va.
ICHABL FRIEDMAN. Defendant.
"jlICH \l.l. FRIEDMAN
Jerome Avenue
y(,iii city, New York
i are hereby ordered and required
Ifrve a copy of your answer to the
I Complaint for Divorce, a copy
irhlch is enclosed herewith, oh
iililfs attorney> and file the
pr.al in the office of the Clerk of
[circuit Court of Dade County,
da, Imber, 1950, otherwiae the allega-
nf tald HIM will be taken as
(used by you,
(red: Miami, Florida, thla 27th day
lnvrniher, I9.'i0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(tilt Com t Seal)
Hy M. C. feigf:,
Deiiuty Clerk.
{FA. .h RAND,
hey f< i Plaintiff
Tuli'mpia Building
LEGAL NOTICE
VJeWistlFlnrirli^
Pim^'m'', ,six'" "reM
PHILADELPHIA Ii:\\
You are required t<, '
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'CE Na2f". F'CT.T.OUS
NAME LAW
V 'l:S M FREBFIELD
confessed l,v vu ,aken as
(Circuit (SSr? fiHf "*
By M. C. FKIGK.
Name and Address of Deputy ctork-
Plaintiff's Solicitor
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 Olyrnpla Building
Miami, Florida.
11/17-24 12/1-8
:e under fictitious
NAME LAW
K'R 1- HEREBY GIVEN that
ilftned, desiring to engage In
i 'hi- fictitious name of
s at -!- U-paitola Way, Miami
Intend to register said name
the Circuit Court of
Sou Florida.
HANNAH KUMBLE and
SAM TEL ROSKNBLATT
1CK & SHAPIRO
fneys lor Applicants
Road
& Ha.
DTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
partner in the F.ls-
6101 Bhxuvyne nivd.,
f Ida, has assigned all his
kt In same to the remaining
ps. Philip R. Lenard and Robert
RISCAYNB MARKET
By: ilili.il' LENARD
ROBERT BLOOM
lllll.il' CANTOR
NKK A; HUTNER
tempia I'.ldg.
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
per. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
f i desiring t. engage in
I i the fictitious name of
fel 3is Miracle Mile, Coral Cables,
c '' '' tald name with the
lot the Circuit Court of Dade
'. Mori
ALBERT || FRIEDMAN and
llt',s.1.; THELMA FRIEDMAN
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L NAME LAW
[Kt. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
wrslgned, d.-siring to engage in
-. ir.i. n,e fictitious name of
at jlls Lincoln Road, Miami
I Florida, intends to register said
ith the Clerk of the Circuit
LMDade County, Florida.
LI BEN CORPORATION
-i i- loi Ida corp.
| By: REN SILVER, President
f5'. J- I ALIANOFF, ESQ.
Inroln Road
. B h. Florida
1>' i-r Applicant
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L ,,, NAME LAW
EEL!** HEREBY OIVEN that
l ,"';'"' '''siring to engage in
f r the fictitious name of
1 IQJ Stores at 1154 W.
aw .V ,",0,,rts to register said
1 V Clerk of the Circuit
i Dad< ( otfnty Florida.
MARVIN I,. ZANK
IN THFTcmr?iyin,PUBUCAT,ON
Tt CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI- T
$(Z, ?frs- Mary Sacks.
Ja08 Green Spring Avenue
Baltimore. Maryland
ttJt ^ knP. "KREBY NOTIFIED
ha", W-'Hi.SJ """plaint for divorce
has been filed against you. and vow
are required to serve a copy of your
?8^ V, .,her K,ea'"nB to the bill
?ndCr^J,laint >". I'alntlffa attorney.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
l50>reothtifrwi"lh ?ay of De"""r.
"' ,.th.eJ ,wls* a, aV-'ref> Dro confeaso
'",<'ntered rfgilnst vpu.
DATED this 15th day of November.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,~,___ c|p,k, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE JR.,
irvinc; CYPEN Demty Clcrk'
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
11/17-24 12/1-8
N0T'CE KjilffS 1 Fl^TITIOUS
NOTICE..^Vkb^.hvkn ,
. ,."'":^:......'l'-lring,,,^alrri'
business under th
<-'M,,y.' \tvMV lMU,t Court Of Dad-
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IniMiiess under >he fictitious name "
12/1-8-15-22
nUT '- (1"I-"SMITH
B. J. FI.ATAUER
NOTICE NAER nCTIT,US
fi8.- ronc"re. Miami |{,-Uch in-
C erk of 'aS'VK Sa.'d nam "" the
c!.eurnk,y','fF1t,hre,da:.""CU', f
FRANCES MITNICK
BERICK ft%AS5Br
n,0i-,,!r,j:oIf,,RoAd",",ant
12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Step Light Ladder Co. and/or Louis-
ville Ladder and Scaffold Co., at 5706
N. W. .th Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAX GRANT
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
O. K. Liquors at 642 N. W. 3rd Avenue,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FLORENCE SCHWARTZ
Sole owner
11/10-17-24 12/1
v, m.NOT,CE T0 CREDITORS
1NrHIV,"i,'^',;Y K-K COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
S?07S ~ 1,'">RATE, No.'
In I!,-: ESTATE OF
MINNIE SCHWARTZ,
i leoeneed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
JHY',and, each ^ >'ou' a,c hereby
notifieil and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ de-
ceaeed, late r Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon. W F
BUUIton, County .Judge of Dade County
and file the same in his office in the
' mnilv Courthouse In Dade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar months
rrom the data of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid or same will be barred
See Section 120 of the 1M:: Probate
.\r<.
Date November 22, A.D. 19.10.
RICHARD FRANK,
As Executor "f the Last Will and
Testament of MINNIE SCHWARTZ
Deceased.
I'ALLOT. SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO ft MULLOY
Attorneys for Executor
12/1-8-15-21
V ,', v-,-' KATZ, Plaintiff, vs.
I-RANK KATZ. Defendant.
TO: FRANK KATZ, defendant.
lou are hereby required to serve a
copy ,,r your Answer to the Bill of
.,'.',,",l'.:.',1.'!' "l"" Ptalntlffa attorney,
WALTER C KOVNER, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Horida. and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
V. _. ''";''"" Court on or before
lecernl.,.,- fi. H..10; otherwise said Bill
will be taken as confessed bv von
Dated: this B day of November, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(flr^ni, r.Cler.k .?f ,the Circuit Court,
(t.lrcult Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
U/I0-17-24 12/1 DePUty a"k-
OEOROE WERNU and
MYERS. B888&T22KAK
860 Seyl.....1 Bids
U/M/l-g'lii lmUe*nt
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L,. NAME LAW
ESiJj HEREBY GIVEN that
kn.-d. desiring to engage in
"lei the fictitious TWn.n. of
IMi ,' '" N"- 1244 Ocean
"'"" Beach Florida. Intend*
'1 name with the Clerk
" ourt of Dade County,
ISIDOR NUSSDORF
[.:'"''. Florida
6?i >",Al'|llk'a,lt
[TlCE ^DER FICTITIOUS
tin-: ,,N*ME. law
Kte2LdH5RWT aw that
u'," ,,'U'sirinK to "-ngage in
hw the n(.ti,|OU8 name of
X V .'.'",''"use and Van Co.
!,,,' s',rep'. Miami, Fla.,
'.'> said name with
;; IrcuJt Court of Dado
l/i.v'.'i'-l"- BATTENBTBTN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Import and Export Company (not Inc.)
at 182 N. E. 80th Terrace, Miami
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JACOB LEVINGTON
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Harold's Delicatessen and Luncheon-
ette at 61S6 S. W. Sth Street, West
Miami Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD SHAFFER
LIEBMAN & ROSEN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY FM)R1DA.No. 23640.
RE: ESTATE OF
ROSE MEI.INSON,
Dei-eased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
fijed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of ROSE MEI.INSON, De-
ceased; and that on the 2nd day of
Jan., 1951, will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Rose
Melinson, deceased.
Thla U (lay of Nov. 1950.
GERTRUDE BERSON.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix,
3023 Seybold llldg.,
Miami, Florida
12/1-8-15-22
,., mNOT,CE BY PUBLICATION
DUS5 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'; :';JK^TS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IMS*! ~ CHANCERY, No.
BIAGIO SAVIANO. Plaintiff va
T466JA>v,e,n^,UJ.E mUSO'
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a cony
ni.n<,Ur, anfwer o he Bill of Com-
paint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney and to file the original
??". In,.tn^ office "' the Clerk of
R S5'r?Ur! CU.rt on or before the
8 day of December, A.D. 1950; other-
wise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by vou.
7 dlM'"1, 'i? Mlami- F'or'da, this the
7 day of Nov., 1950.
_, E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W STOCKING.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN?PUly C,"k
Attorney for Plaintiff,
\s&mjF*>Mii,mi-na-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Q^eArff.,5rrJ!}&.Sct"tou- S5 of
?., ,AfI9.' AINTED SHOP at tU
Mlraclo Mile, Coral Gables, Florida!
I" 7''1 'J' [' said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GENE M. BOENINGER
wv n .IRVING H. LIFSET
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for applicants
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
11/17-24 12/1-8
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Im^oiV; ''"" "Al"': <"OUNTY.
FLORIDA. in CHANCERY No!
13*718.
unknown, are hereby notified that a
J-i j Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy ,,f your Answer or
I leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorney MAX R
S.1.r'Yi"',t- !'" S*M Building. Miami;
Honda, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 19th day of December, 1950, If vou
fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
..... Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
921 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Halls at 1030 16th Street.
Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
5!)e ,c,rcult Court of Dade Countv.
i* lorlda.
11/24 12?,Vlb5AURK 8HOBM0}f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F^EY5->"rH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
J&JgPA- OJ CHANCERY. No
118707,
MAE HEDLAND. Plaintiff, vs.
DANIEL HEDLAND. Defendant.
To DANIEL HEDLAND
DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a conv
or your Answer to the Bill of com'-
plaint upon plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON RpTflENBERQ 420 'Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before
December 13 195(1; otherwise, said
lilll will be taken as confessed by vou
Dated this 14 da.V of November.
A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.
11/17-24 12/1-8 """U,y n'rk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .image In
business under the fictitious name of
Governor Valet a! 135 21 si Streel
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
WM. H. WEISS
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136fi75.
ANTOINETTE M. GAROFANO,
Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A.
GAROFANO, Defendant.
TO: MICHAEL A. GAROFANO,
107 Somcrs Street,
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a eony
of your answer or pleadjfcg to the
Bill for Divorce on the plflwitlff's at-
torney and to file the original answer
or pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 13 day of December. A. D. 1950;
otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
13 day of November. 1950. _...
E P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ________,_
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Sevbold Building, .Miami, Fla.
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OPA LOCK A GATEWAY INN located
at 1276 Qua Locka Blvd., Opa Locka,
Dade County, F'lorida. and intends to
register the said fictitious name in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, F'lorida.
ROBERT L. HAMILTON
11/24 12/1-8-15
E,TUN & COMPANf
VfaZ
PERSONAL 1
N I
TTB COMMERCIAL f
B^fl COVERAGE* I j
PHONE 9-3830 I
N. K. a. d ST. MIAMI 32. FL A^l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
Sect. 865.09 of the Florida Statutes
that the undersigned desiring to en-
gage in business under the name of
BISCAYNF: MARKET at 6101 Biscayne
Blvd., Nlami, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Cireut Court of Dade County. Florida.
PHILIP LENARD
ROBERT BLOOM
ALOIS SCHAPIRO
(full partners)
HUTNER & HUTNER
so" Olyrnpla Bldg.
Miami, Florida
12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1(6848
FRANK CABRA. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH
CABRA, Defendant.
TO: RUTH CABRA
c/o lf:roy oakks
12 WALTER AVK.
HICKSVILLE. L. I N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a suit
for a divorce has been brought agalnal
you as above styled and you are
hereby required to serve a cop) of
your answer to the Bill of Complain'
mi Plaintiff's attorney, and to file the
original answer in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 20 day of Dei-ember 1950, other-
wise, a decree pro confesso may In-
entered against you.
DATED, Nov. 21, 1950.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olyrnpla Building
.Miami. Florida
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIKCUIT COURT OF" THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADF:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136887.
EVELYN RUSSELL. Plaintiff, vs.
RAYMOND I, RUSSELL,
Defendant.
TO: RAYMOND L. RUSSELL
i ,. Pan American Airways
Columbia House
Berlin, Germany
YOU are hereby required to serve a
ropy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, and file the original
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
day 1 if December, 19o, In the above
Styled cause: otherwise, the allega-
tions Of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated: thla -'-'nil day of November,
Miami, Florida.
1-:. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk nf (In- Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. SHOCKING.
Deputy Caik
ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG
attorney for Plaintiff
Tin Seybold Building
Miami 18, F'lorida
11/21 12/1-S-15
SOTICE TO CREDITORS
E cuUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25075.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MARY II. ADELMAN
I >eieased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified amd required to present any
elaims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MARY B. ADELMAN, de-
ceased, late of Miami, Dade County,
Florida to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office ln the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date November 14. A.D. 1950.
(Signed) NATHAN ADELMAN.
As Administrator of the ICstate of
Mary B. Adelman. Deceased.
ARONoVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Administrator of the
Instate i"f Mary B. Adelman, Dec'd.
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
House of Plastics at ::::" S. E. First
St., Miami. Florida, Intend t.i register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CATHY c< >i:p.. INC.,
FREDA B. OARVT, President
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 229
N. E. 70th street, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
H. I-'. GOLDBERGER
1:1.1 :A NOR (iOLDBERGER
Owners
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
II 17-14 11 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Adams Hotel at 2080 Park Ave., Miami
Beach, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SETMOUR H Ko-iT and
IRWIN E. KOTT
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Byer Furniture Company at 2199 N W.
:16th Street, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ANNE BYER
Morton ROTHENBERG
Attorney
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNNY ISLE MOTEL at 18585 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARON, INC. of MIAMI BEACH
By: Maurice S. Levinson
President.
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
theundersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAMOS and his RUMREROS at 6949
Abbott Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HAROLD KANE
Sob- 1 >wner
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at
111 N. H. Sth Street, Miami. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RALPH P.IRSi-H
MAURICE U1RSU1I
11/3-10-17-24 12/1
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