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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
g^jME^-NUMBER 43
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
IS. Envoys at U. N. Mum on Truman Statement
* *
'our Point Program
offered by Israel
PARIS, (JTA>Visibly embarrassed by the statement on
kel which President Truman issued this week in Washington,
[American delegation here maintained silence, countering
questions about a possible revision of the Marshall policy
Liupport for the Bernadotte plan with a tight lipped "no com-
jt." John Foster Dulles, while distributing copies of Gov
^mas E. Dewey's letter to the American Christian Palestine
aittee in New York, refused to expand or explain Dewey's
on in support of the Republican party's platform on Israel.
Meanwhile, a leading member of the Israeli delegation
(lined the following four-point program of positive action which
i General Assembly could take to settle the Palestine gues-
. 1. Admission of the Jewish state to U.N. membership, which
plies United Nations recognition of it.
2. Recommendation by the Assembly that the Arab armies
[withdrawn from Palestine and that a peace conference be
between the Jews and the Arabs.
3. Direct Anglo-Jewish negotiations to follow for the settling
lutstanding guestions by mutual agreement.
4. Appointment by the United Nations of a conciliation
ittee modelled on the Good Office Committee at work in
mesia to help the parties negotiate an agreement. The
:esman served notice that such a commission would not be
litted to interfere in the internal affairs of Israel.
It was learned that Israel's application for U.N. membership
1 be presented shortly, certainly before the termination of the
embly session. It has been indicated in top level British
Ration sources that the United Kingdom is not planning to
> the Israeli application in the Security Council. The present
pect is that the British and Chinese will both abstain when
| question arises.
Th statements by Truman and Dewey reaffirming their
ty platform planks in support of the Jewish state "show clear-
bat the American people is opposed to plans prejudicing the
Itical and territorial integrity of Israel," a spokesman for the
peli delegation here declared.
The Democratic party's plank, reiterated by Truman, that
iifications of the boundaries of Israel as set by the U.N.
tition decision should not be made unless they are fully
sfactory to the Jewish state, cannot be sguared with attempts
adopt Bernadotte's suggestions to deprive Israel of 60 percent
fts terntory, the spokesman said. He pointed out that the
tte proposals do not have the acquiescence of Israel.
Egypt's Power
Is Crashed By
Israeli Drive
TEL AVIVEgyptian offen-
sive power in Palestine has
been crushed by Israel's Oct.
14-21 offensive in the Negev
desert, Haganah's military chief
declared Wednesday.
At the same time a spokes-
man announced that Israel will
not yield positions won in that
offensive except by negotia-
tion.
Security Council
Emergency Meeting
PARIS, (JTA)Sen. Warren
Austin, president of the Security
Council, called an emergency ses-
sion of the Council this week fol-
lowing Egyptian complaints that
Israel is continuing military op-
erations in the Negev in violation
of the U.N. cease-fire order.
The decision to convene the
Security Council folowed closely
on the heels of a Political Com-
mittee decision to postpone con-
sideration of the Palestine prob-
lem until Oct. 30. The vote was
19 to 16, with 14 abstentions. The
Polish delegate, immediately af-
ter the vote was cast, charged
that the real reason for the new
delay was that the U. S. govern-
ment refuses to become involved
in the Palestine dispute until
after the American Presidential
elections on Nov. 2.
GIVE SUPPLIES
CHUcmi if hi imi MsiiiNiwi CMMinn
^/IHIUBWITOWMH-sy
One Thousand Volunteers Are Urgently
Needed For SOS Drive On November 14
One thousand volunteers are needed immediately for trie
Greater Miami SOS food canvass on Sunday, November 14, for
Europe's needy Jews, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, SOS chairman, an-
nounced today. The SOS committee reguires volunteer workers
to help in folding and mailing the SOS paper sacks. These
sacks will be sent to every Jewish family in Greater Miami with
an appeal to "fill the sack" with eight nutritious canned foods,
milk, fruit, fruit juices, meat, fish, cocoa, fats, and oil.
Mrs. Ratner also asked volunteers to sign up for the Col-
lection Day activities, including pick-ups, packing, and sortinq.
In addition, cars and trucks are needed to pick up and deliver
the SOS contributions to the Collection Depot on November 14.
Volunteers for any of the canvass activities should call the
SOS headquarters, 5-5319, and leave their name with Miss
Rosenberg, chairman of the volunteers committee.
In issuing the call for volunteers, Mrs. Ratner pointed out
that only complete coverage of the community would be suf-
ficient to meet the current needs of Europe's Jews. "This is an
emergency campaign," said Mrs. Ratner. "It is a drive to pro-
vide the body-building foods to strengthen Jewish survivors for
their journey to Israel, America, and other countries. This is a
campaign to help the Jews of Western and Eastern Europe as
they struggle to achieve economic independence."
A spur to the SOS campaign is the Nov. 7 midnight show
to be staged at the Flamingo Theatre, Lincoln Rd., by the area's
top entertainers. The all-star show was planned this week at a
meeting in the Beach Y, by WMBM's Ed. and Jean Harris, Lil-
lian Fox, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Jacob Schacter. Walter
Winchell has been invited to serve as master of ceremonies.
Expected at the Flamingo midnight show is Barry Gary, with
spotlight names from night clubs, radio and hotels.
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Details of the application for a $100,-
000,000 loan submitted by the Israeli government to the Export-
Import Bank here were revealed this week in a statement issued by
a spokesman for the Israeli mission to the United States, Disclosing
that the application was submitted on June 2, the statement said:
"This application requests the participation of the Export-Im-
port Bank in financing a fraction of Israel's immediate requirements
of productive investments in resettlement and development. The
application and its supporting documents detailed the specific pro-
ductive purposes for which the requested credit is to be used. Some
120 groups of investment products are listed with approximate real
quantities and dollar values to indicate exactly what Israel proposes
to buy with the credit. An analysis is given also of the grounds for
Israel's confidence that it will be able to repay even far larger
credits than $100,000,000 over an adequate period of time.
"Information with respect to Israel's credit request has been
submitted to the Export-Import Bank, first by the Jewish Agency
and later by the Provisional Government of Israel and discussions
have taken place at intervals during the past ten months. It is hoped
that these negotiations may be brought to an early conclusion be-
cause Israel's requirements of productive investments are urgent as
a result of the large number of immigrants now entering the
country." 6
iai B'rith Americanism Rally Has Russell, Pepper, Smathers Featured Speakers
Academy Award winner, Harold Russell, will be greeted
P" nival at ,ne International Airport Saturday by William
and C. R. Jacobson, representing the B'nai B'rith
ncil of Greater Miami.
America's most famous amputee hero of World War II will
Principal speaker at the Amer- .
movie actor are Sen. Claude A.
Pepper and Rep. George A.
Smathers. Presiding at the rally
will be Miami Mayor Robert L.
Floyd.
Twelve mayors, councilmen and
commissioners will be honored
guests, seated on the platform
with presidents of all B'nai B'rith
Lodges and women's chapters. In-
cluded are Marx Faber, Sholem
Lodge; Harry Zukernick, Miami
Beach; Richard Gerstein, Isaac
Levin; Leonard Spiegel, Coral
Gables; Irving Cypen, Tropical;
A. J. Kaplan, North Shore; B'nai
B'rith Young Men, Merton Wet-
stein. Women's Lodges: Mrs.
Harry Gordon, Sholem; Mrs. Har-
old Turk, Miami Beach; Ethel
psm rally sponsored by the
M B'nth Council on Sunday,
31, 8:15 p.m. in Bayfront
k. Russell's topic is "Freedom
he American Way." Also feat-
on the program with the
5r>*~.
Claude Pepper
Pont, Emma Lazarus; Mrs. Maxine
Reinhard, Rose Chapter; Mrs.
Stanley Phillips, North Shore;
Donna Feldman, Debbs; Gloria
Farkas, Clara Landau.
The University of Miami 73-
piece band will begin playing at
7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman with a
minister and a priest will mem-
orialize the Four-Chaplain story
of World War II.
The complete program is as fol-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of Greater Miami. It com-
memorates the 105th anniversary
of B'nai B'rith, the country's old-
est Jewish service organization.
The complete progra mis as fol-
lows:
Invocation; Pledge of Allegi-
ance; Presentation of Colors (Jew-
ish War Veterans); Address of
Welcome by William L. Pallot,
Council president; Introduction
of mayors, commissioners, city
councilmen and B'nai B'rith lead-
ers; University of Miami band;
Sen. Claude Pepper; the Four
Chaplain story; Musical novelty
University of Miami band; Rep-
resentative George A. Smathers;
Musical Number; Academy Award
winner, Harold Russell; Star
Spangled Banner; Benediction.
The event is open to the public
at no admission charge.
Don't Fail To Vote
Tuesday Nov* 2nd
Truman-Dewey
Issue Statements
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
Palestine issue was injected
into the Presidential campaign
this week following publication
of a letter by Republican candi-
date Gov. Dewey to the Ameri-
can Christian Palestine Com-
mittee in which he reaffirmed
his "wholehearted support" for
the Republican party's platform
pledge of last June of "full
recognition to Israel with its
boundaries sanctioned by the
U.N."
Soon after release of Dewey's
communication, President Tru-
man issued a statement in
Washington deploring the fact
that "the Republican candidate
for President has seen fit to
release a statement with refer-
ence to Palestine," and an-
nounced that he would approve
no change in the U.N. partition
of Palestine that in turn was
not acceptable to the state of
Israel.
George Smathers
Cease Fire Order
Ends Negev War
TEL AVIV, (JTA)In their last
drive before the Negev battle
ended Sunday Israeli troops drove
forward to the very gates of Gaza,
by now deserted of all its in-
habitants except the military gar-
rison. Before the truce went into
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER m ,affi
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Mikva: Ritual Bath
age and hollowed out smoothly :
"What is that?"
pretty much like a bathtub.
aana.
A ath
See:: .
i had poisoned w
'*-- :-. rever-
Returning to Mad: I
the Natiw
per.'- : to
the wide roc n iimt nt<
Thi;
ficenl eetior I ting
ordered from the Re!
artists by thi Spar king! i
the h-....... ft]
palleor.s wi ng in hea]
of cold and silvei from Mi
and Peru. The Curat r of this
Museum knew little English but
Ice German fluently. He cor-
roborated the stat< ment made by
n :; li it Granada. Reason for
; Fe :;r.and and
Isabella, very zealous defenders
of the faith., did not want their
Catholic subjects to take on such
:. : :.: : ..-r.-
lan, customs as bathing.
We got into a lengthy discus-
. on hygiene in the old days
The Senoi i closed
some surprising information, tin
fruit of his resi I
I ng b go, : -. rdly bat i
Thi : -- '
stuck to his skin and
: to be cut away Even the
nobility w< re filt j They used
perfume- to kill the foul odors is-
suing out of their unwashed
bodies. No wonder epidemics
took hold and spread so rapidly.
Its Importance in the Past
.".:. r.ind revert* I thi Mikva
ritual bath institute-: by thi
Rabbis. During thosi : cen-
tury mity la .
provide a pool of
ning ati It was a
:.:.-.. rticle of fa.-:. f< r very
Mikva at li
Othi e he was
unfit t enjo; th< nbre beauty
of tl For r. a
erii : blution ven evised
to mainl thi \ ni thi puri-
n t "" of conjugal
It..... of Judaism
..-..' t an < f hohm .-.bout
neci that
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the two I
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Community Chest Day
Has Been Set For Nov. 7
Sunday, November 7, has been
designated as Community Chest
Sunday in the Protestant churches
of Dade County. This was an-
nounced by Albert R. Klemer,
chairman of the Community
Chest Sunday committee.
Plans are in progress to have
carefully selected high school
boys and girls representing the
YMCA and YWCA make brief
presentations of the Community
Chest appeal to each church con-
gregation on that Sunday.
The date is the first Sunday
after the November 5 opening of
general solicitation for the 1949
Community Chest cam ,
which concludes on November 23
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course, point tc every -'
.inter home in Coral Gables.
h althy liv-
ng 1. dii nitary
of 1 leva]
I. <; en th<
. plaf
- n thin thi is far
-.- -.-. .. -1 at id( Dur-
ing the Black Deal ourge
25 million
I pi op tion of
the ig-
n t, tern
ipartment in the r.
equipped with tile bathrooms or
hot and cold showers. He car. also
quote Cicei famous ma:
When the reason for a law
the law itself should
cease.'*
Yet I. for ne, would not ad-
vocate abolishing the Mikva
r as a religious rite or a
genie measure. We who live in
most up-to-date of cities are
likely to forge* that even in this
dern world all people are not
tunately situated. And who
knows what the future has in
store for u? in this atomic age?
When in Paris. I visited the old
St. Paul district, named after the
Metro (subway) station. Here is a
Ghetto inhabited by the poor,
broken, refugees who escaped
Hitler's death trains. Receiving
eir support from the J.D.C.,
they live huddled together in the
old-fashioned railroad flats of
5-storied buildingsmany with-
out running water, much less
bathrooms. I asked a woman who
spoke excellent German how they
managed to keep clean. This
widow of a Munich manufacturer
answered:
"The Mikva close by, near the
old Synagogue." Then, with a
bitter smile, she continued, "We
used to scoff fspotten) at this
heilign bad. as old-fashioned, and
no longer necessary. Now I thank
God there is a Mikva where we
can bathe without charge at least
once a week."
IN THE MAIL
Hat's Off
Editor Jewish Floridian:
My hat's off to a fine gentle-
man. Burnett Roth. Most all of
us agree that the greatest docu-
ment ever written was the Amer-
ican Constitution.
Nothing in the great precept
reads of race or creed. Like the
great Philosopher Voltaire there
is still a cinder in the eye of the
learned gentleman that writes
vour weekly column.
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Dr. Louis Sigal, of 1060 N.W.
79th St., was elected a trustee of
the American Osteopathic Hos-
pital association at the group's
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LmAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948
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PAGE THREE
Conference Of Jewish Women's Groups
Attended By 34 Big Affiliates
Approximately 34 affiliated women's organizations at-
tended the Thursday meeting of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade County in its iiret meeting of
he year. The meeting was held at Temple Israel.
Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Stanley
Milledga wife of Judge Milledge.-S-------------------------
She spoke also for the Community | Three M il III i.l IIS
HoadFla. Frat
Flagler-Granada
Center Parties
Oct. 31 and Nov. 8
The Flagler-Granada Commun-
ity Center will hold a Hallowe'en
barn dance Saturday night at the
Coral Gables Women's Club, and
a special games party on Nov. 8
at the home of Mrs. Morris
Chest campaign and its appeal for
I volunteers.
Throughout the full afternoon
! program. Conference delegates
I heard a panel discussion on "The
I sisterhoods' Contribution to the
Community," participated in by
representatives of each Sister-
hood in 'be Greater Miami area;
and special reports on SOS by
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, area
Three Miami students at the
University of Florida were elect-
ed to office in the university's
new pledge class of the Pi Lambda
Phi. They are Alvin Jacobs, presi-
dent: Bob Spiocleman, secretary;
and Marvin Robbins, treasurer.
Vice president is Gerald Sohn of
Jacksonville. Under these officers,
chairman, and Stan Murray, of, the class plans a full year of acti-
_i:-_l IT"*/"* *-*mr\*i i rtn fr\r .
Marks.
Prizes will be awarded at the
Hallowe'en barn dance for the
best costumes. Music will be
furnshed by a hill-billy band. The
event is open to the public. Ad-
mission is $1.00.
The games party at Mrs. Marks'
home will take place Nov. 8 at
8:30 p.m., at 4495 S.W. 2nd St.
In charge is Mrs. Ben Clein, sun-
shine committee chairman, assist-
ed by the Mesdames Marks, Her-
man Marks, Hy Isaacson and Jack
Cohen.
Proceeds will be used for the
building fund. Although the event
is also open to the public, it is
urged that reservations be made
by Nov. 7 through telephoning
4-6571.
the national JDC campaign for
SOS. Emphasis was placed on
the Nov. 14 "C" Day for pick-up
collections.
Focus of the collection will be
or. new or old baby layettes for
infants and children up to 2 years
of ace: and canned foods rich in
high vitamin content, such as
meats, fish and oils. Murray
stated that no old clothing except
layette items will be picked up
on "C" Day.
Also addressing the group was
Miss Irene Cummings, president
of the local Coordinating Council
for the United Nations.
Social highlight of the all-day
session was the reception which
honored the wives of rabbis in
the Greater Miami synagogues.
Thev were presented with cor-
sages. Attending the reception
were Mrs. Simon April, wife of
the Rabbi of Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation:
Mrs. Murray Grauer, wife of the
Rabbi of Congregation Beth El:
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, wife of the
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel:
Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the
Rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom;
Mrs living Lehrman, wife of the
Rabbi of Miami Beach Jewish
Center: Mrs. Moses Meschcloff.
wife of the Rabbi of Beth Jacob
Congregation; Mrs. Joseph E.
Rackovsky. wife of the Rabbi of
Beth Tfilah Congregation; Mrs.
Max Shapiro, wife of the Rabbi
of Beth David Congregation; Mrs.
Colman Zwitman, wife of the
Rabbi of Temple Israel.
"A Glimpse Into Jewish Music"
was rendered by the Cantors' As-
sociation.
Presiding at the business meet-
ing was Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
Program chairman for the day
was Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
The next Conference all-day
quarterly meeting takes place on
Thursday. Jan. 20.
vities both social and athletic.
Pledge-master who is counsel to
the freshmen is Ronnie Curtis of
Haverstraw, N. Y.
Xows Brief
Security Trust Co. has named
Phillip Livingston as trust of-
ficer, President Oscar F. Miller
reported. Born in New York, Mr.
LivuiRston attended Pomfret
Preparatory school and Princeton
University. His home is in Coral
Gabk.^.
Miami Beach Auxiliary
Board At The Blackstone
The hoard of directors of the
Miami Beach Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
rr^ct Mor.day at 1 p.m. at the
Blackstone Hotel. Chairman of
arrangements for the meeting is
Mrs. Albert Rakoff, the auxiliary's
corresponding secretary.
President of the group is Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry. Other officers
are Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer;
and vice presidents Mesdames
Benjamin Appel, Max Greenberg,
Sam Ritter, B. J. Schwarz and
Benjamin Kaplan.
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Staged At Pratt
er Hears
Kronish On Israel
'Understanding' To
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anniversary of the anction of .v.
pre* .-.:.:. 1. whos^ 0p-.-.-..-
virtaallj coincided *itr. tr.e ^^>
pointment of Dr. Oeldnein a^
rabbi The beauty of the B'nai
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ity of iti lervices and the high
itandard cd ita pulpi] pronounce-
ment have ar.nuall> drawn thou
and* .:' ....-... frona ill part* of
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Civic Affairs Luncheon
On Amendments, Voting
Eleven Ssat-r s:t it. =
amendment! to be p
voters rill be
she Sholerr. Lodge B*na B'r:thi
Civic Affairs : -
weekly luncr.eor ting
12 15 p n rs.v.:s-.: 29 .' thi
Rtowsar Restaurant V
machine \^-.z.h .-
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so participate ta the ig :~-
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paign
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in Mixrachi Women's Children's Village
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Goodman and Stone
At Zionist Meet
For Israel Housing
Alfred 51 itc president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District left
for New York this week to attend
. meeting of the rJ..".--...s^ *r on
RconoR.- Affairs of the 7...-.
Organization of America, as the
Pennsylvania Hotel The com-
mittee will help ..r. planning the
developrr.e.'.S of I;..-ae; eror.orr.y
trade and commerce
As a member of s-.s committee,
Stone wiD assist with the organ-
izing of a 138,000,000 corporation.
The Israel Corporation of A.-r.er-
.'H. to further the eior-omic up-
building of Israel through a large
program of housing and the prc-
-.-. of e.'.er.s.a! industries.
Abraham Goodman, noted Zion-
ist of Greater Miami and one of
the original organizers of the Is-
rael Corporation of America, ar-
rived in New York earlier prior
to attending the meeting of the
Economic Affairs Committee.
North Shore Lodge Holds
Membership Smoker
Kortl Shor Lod| | B
'B'nth will spot
i nite and membe
Monday. November ;. at p.rr
as the Martiniq le :f
Lou Sherman membership :hair-
r.an
Dan Wolfson program chair-
man, has arr^r.?^-; an evenifl
sport- movie nighl
:.:.:: ent '-'.': free refre hmer.t
for >.'.'. North Shore Lodge mem-
ban and their friends.
Serving on Sherman's eon
tee are Leonard To-...-, publi ity
.and Mark Silverstein, refi
ments.
Lear School Holds Fete
For Hallowe'en Costumes
The Student General Organiza-
tion of the Lear School will cele-
brate Hallowe'en with a costume
baO to be held in the recreation
hall of the school on Friday. Oct
29, at 8 30 p.m. Prizes will be
awarded for winning ga
costumes. Most original costume,
will win the privilege of repre-
jsenting Lear at the Flamingo
'Park costume parade on Sunday.
Sholom Mocera: I m >a
H Frar.Kl.z W .: IbeUa
rersity Mu
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948
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PAGE FIVE
:ilm Series Opens
[Hew Discussions
By Miami Council
The World Before Your Eyes"
the theme for this year's
Ifonims sponsored by Miami See-
Ition National Council of Jewish
Women, and directed by Mrs.
Isvdnrv L. Weintraub.
'First in the film forum series
|of sue will fce held on Friday, No-
Ivembcr 5. at 2 p.m., at the Colony
Restaurant The film is entitled
Epoes It Matter What You Think,"
hollowed by a round-table discus
fcion. i i j
Series tickets may be purchased
/om Mrs. Edward L. Cowen,
[forum chairman, or Mis. Harry L.
Isrhiff. co-chairman. Individual
Emission is at the door.
Preceding the forum, at 1 p.m.
[a class on public speaking will be
lopen to twenty-five members.
Members of this class will be
[rained and directed by Mrs. Syd-
[ney L. Weintraub, and will par-
ticipate in the discussions at the
Ifilm forums. This workshop will
jalso be held at the Colony Rest-
laurant.
Proceeds from these forums are
[uscd to maintain Council's
Scholarships in the University of
(Miami.
mine And White
. l>a ms to Compete
[For Win Place
All B'nai B'rith youth groups
[will compete in a city-wide "Blue
and White Day" two-team com-
petition to swell contributions to
Israel from local B'nai B'rith
| groups.
The competitions are announced
I for Oct. 30 and 31. The Blue Team
general is Eddie Tescher; Stanley
Click heads the White Team. The
Blue Team includes Sigma Rho
ALS. Hillel AZA, Hillel BBG
Gems and Wirtx groups. The
[White Team numbers AZA Chap-
ter 322, AZA Bob Blumenthal
Chapter and Royal Palm, BZB
and BBG No. 14 and Dora August
I Chapter.
Over-all chairman of both teams
| is Eddie Zwig.
Activities will list points for
talent shows, dance contests,
| judging for costumes, and pro-
viding Aid-to-Israel clothing and
[ food boxes.
On Sunday, outdoor activities
[ conducted at Greynolds Park will
I include boys' and girls' tug-of-
war, novelty races, and a Blue
and White flag rush designed to
[culminate the day.
The entire program is under
I the general direction of Howard
Liebman. B'nai B'rith youth or-
ganization director for the state
I of Florida.
Boys and girls between the ages
[of 14 and 18 interested in af-
filiating with the youth organiza-
[ tion may communicate with Lieb-
1 man at 506 Pacific Building or at
9-7996.
Rabbi Raab In Navy Day
Ship Memorial Service
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of the Reform Temple
Isaiah, participated in the special
Navy Day Memorial service on
Sunday. October 24. The service
was held at the dock of the Flor-
ida Power and Light Company
I on Mac-Arthur Causeway aboard
'he Coast Guard Cutter Mocoma.
In addition, there were special
ceremonies at sea aboard the
Mocoma with prayer by Rabbi
Raab. Father Justin F. McCart y.
S.J. and Reverend Rov G. Pavy.
Thanksgiving Eve
Dance To Be Top
Annual Y Affair
First in an elaborate and an-
nual Thanksgiving Eve dance will
he held in the new auditorium of
the Miami Y on Wednesday, Nov.
24.
Festivities beginning at 8 p.m.
will initiate the affair, destined to
become a major social event of
the organization created around a
Thanksgiving Day motif. Dance
contests, prizes, free refreshments
and special party-reservations
table have been arranged. Sup-
plying the music for entertain-
ment will be an 8-piece orchestra.
Chairman of the Y's social com-
mittee in charge of plans is Sam
Seitlin.
New officers installed for the year at the recent session of the Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade County included Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president (seated, right) and (in
front row) Mrs. Irving Lehrman, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Glasser. vice president; Mrs. Isaac Levin,
parliamentarian; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, record, secretary. Standing in back are Mrs. Edward J.
Weinstein, registrar; Mrs. George Chertkof. corresponding secretary! and Mrs. Leon Ell, calendar
chairman. LeMan Photo
Dr. Michelson is
Hillel Director
\\ Univ. Of Miami
Dr. Donald D. Michelson has
been appointed to the post of di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami, it was
announced by President Harold
Turk of the Hillel Advisory
Council.
Dr. Michelson received his A.B.
degree from Kentucky State Col-
lege, his Master's and Ph.D. de-
grees in history at Peabody Col-
!ege.
After serving as assistant pro-
fessor of history at Peabody Col-
lege, he became professor of his-
tory and department head of
social sciences at Tennessee State
College.
He is the author of the
biography, "William Franklin
Phelps" and contributes to nu-
merous professional journals. In
Mav of this year he served as a
member of the U. S. attorney gen-
eral's conference on citizenship.
Previously, he was director of re-
ligious education and assistant to
Rabbi Julius Mark at New York's
Temple Emanu-El. During the
war, he was a lieutenant sr. grade
Dr. Donald M. Michelson
on board the U.S.S. Savage and
saw action in the Pacific and
Asiatic theatres.
Dr. Michelson, his wife Dorothy,
and two children Deborah, 4 and
David, 2, will make their home
at 2485 S.W. 36th Ave., Miami.
Npwsbrief
Four new members of the
Orange Bowl Advisory committee,
Jesse Yarborough, Leonard Usina,
Al Lassister and A. J. Henderson,
met with the hold-over members,
R. D. Freeman, Ralph Ferguson
and A. A. Ungar, at a reorganiza-
tional meeting this week. Mr. Un-
gar was again appointed chair-
man, with Mr. Ferguson serving
as vice chairman.
Dr. Solinsky To
Comment On Film
National Council of Jewish
Women holds its next regular
meeting of the Miami section at
the Beach Y on Wednesday, Nov.
3, at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, social
welfare chairman, will introduce
Dr. Herman Selinsky, psychiatrist,
who will comment on the film to
be shown to the group, "The Feel-
ing of Hostility."
To be announced at the meet-
ing are the delegates to the South-
ern* Inter-state conference of the
National Council, held in Mem-
phis, Tenn. ____
Gifts To Temple Isaiah
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris of
Surfside, Miami Beach, have pre-
sented Temple Isaiah with a wal-
nut pulpit. This gift was given in
honor of their children. In addi-
tion, Mrs. Grace Tucker presented
the Temple with two candel-
abra in memory of her husband.
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To honor the memory of
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NATHAN SHANDLOFF
Will take place on
SUNDAY, OCT. 31. 1948
8:30 P.M. sharp at the
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
1420 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
PROGRAM
Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus
Ben Yomen, Conductor
Recitations of Peretx and
Suzkever poems
Gdaliah Sandier, executive
secretary of the Jewish
Peoples Fraternal Order,
speaker of the evening.
Arranged under the auspices
of the Nathan Shandlofi
Lodge 192 J.P.F.O.
Miami, Fla.
Town Hall Forum
On Israol Gov't
Due Next Monday
"The State of IsraelWhat
Form of Government Shall It
Have?" will be topic for discus-
sion at the next Town Hall
Forum. The forum takes place at
the Miami Y on Monday, Nov. 8,
at 8 p.m.
Chairman of the Miami Y Town
Hall Forum committee is Leo
Sheiner. Participating in the Is-
rael government discussion will
be Shepard Broad, representing
the General Zionists; Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, representing Mizrachi,
and Saul Ashkenazy, for the
i .;< or Zionists.
Moderator will be Ben Essen.
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Dr. Michaelson At
Joint Program For
Hi-lei Foundations
Sholem Lodge B'nai Brit'-. I
men's and women's groups will
paiticipate in a joint program in |
observance of the 25th anr.ivers-
arv of the Hillel Foundations on'
Tuesday. November 9. 8:30 p.x.
at Temple Israel.
Dr. Donald Michaelson. newly
appointed director of the Hillel,
Foundation at the University o:
::ii will be featured in the
program which is under the di-
rection of trie women's chapter.
Mrs. Sam Silver, state federation
president. :s in charge of arrange-'
ments. assisted by Mrs. John
Kronenfeid and Mrs. Hairy Gor-!
con.
Students a: the University of;
Miami will describe the services ,
performed by the Hillel Founda-!
tions. and the psrt played by I
B'nai B'ritn members in support-
ing the cultural havens for Jew-
ish college students throughout |
the United States.
Donna Feldman Is
Youngest Official
Miss Dor.na Feldman. president
of the Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Women, was elected to the
post of secretary of the B'nai
B'rith Council of Greater Miami.
Miss Feldman officially as-
sumed her duties at the last meet-
ing of the Council on Thursday.
October 28. She is the youngest
member to hold a major office in
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami,
Miami Hadassah To Hear
Medical Plans, Projects
The regular meeting of Miami
Group of Hadassah will take place
on Monday. November 8, at 1:30
p.rr. at the Miami YMHA.
In the absence of the president,
who is attending the National
Hadassah Convention, the meet-
ing will be conducted by Mrs.
Harold B. Cohen.
Hadassah Medical Organization
accomplishments will be outlined
by Mrs. Abraham Levitan. ed-
ucation chairman. A Hadassah
movie. "Letter From Israel," will
be narrated by Mrs. Rose Hal-
perin, National Hadassah presi-
dent.
Mrs. J. M. Fishman. chairman of
Hadassah Medical Organization
projects, will discuss future plans.
Edward Pastoroff, young pian-
ist, will present a musical pro-
gram.
Marilyn Levenson Feted
At Luncheon Shower
Miss Marilyn Levenson. bride-
elect, was guest of honor at a
luncheon and miscellaneous show-
er given by Mrs. Freda Roover
and Mrs. Francis Stuchin Thurs-
day at Joy Loy restaurant.
Miss Levenson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Levenson. will be
r-arried to William Lubel on Jan.
2. Mr. Lubel Ls from Mobile. Ala-
bama. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Lubel of that city.
Tastes White Bread First
Time In Eight Years
Dr. Clarke Will Heview
"Peace Of Mind" At Club
The Golda Myerson Club at the
Pioneer Women of Miami is spon-
soring a book review by Dr. Ed-
ward Clarke of the University of
rviiami on Sunday. NovTT^"
at 8 p.m. atCoi^S^l
El, ldh
Clarke will
Dr-gregati0n b-.'
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review Dr \r,,v
s "Peace of Mind"
in-
mission s 50c. The pub
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National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver Meets
National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will hold its
first meeting of the season at the
Beach Y on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at
2 p.m.
Prominent on the program is
the report on the convention held
in Denver in August, by the
group's delegate, Mrs. George
Feller.
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vJenisti noridfiar
PAGE SEVEN
New Men's Club
For Beach Center
The temporary organization of
a Miami Beach Jewish Center
Men's Club was created at a
breakfast meeting held at the
new Center Building on Sunday,
October 24.
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz was
elected temporary chairman, and
Gilbert J. Balkin, temporary sec-
retary. Appointed was a Consti-
tution and By-Laws committee
composed of Herman Berk, Irving
Firtel, Hymen Lake, Alex Suss-
man and George J. Talianoff.
Membership in the new Men's
Club will not be limited to Center
members, it is announced, but
will be open to all interested per-
sons.
Called by Alfred Stone, chair-
man of the Center Reception com-
mittee, the breakfast meeting
was attended by 40 Center mem-
bers. .
Describing its function, Dr.
Mechlowitz announced that the
Men's Club would be devoted to
the ideal of service to the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, in addition
to serving as a medium for social
and fraternal activities. Other
speakers were Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Joe Rose, Congregation
president, Alfred Stone and
George Talianoff.
A second breakfast meeting to
continue formation plans for the
Men's Club will be held this Sun-
day. October 31, at 10 a.m. at the
new Miami Beach Jewish Center
Building, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Members and their
friends are invited to attend.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1949
TJenlstthrldlaii
[Hebrew Academy
[invites Guest List
Distinguished guests invited toj
[attend the anniversary dinner of
|thc Hebrew Academy are Senator
Claude D. Pepper, Senator Spes-
Isarc" L. Holland, Congressman,
Eenrge S;rathers, Governor Mil-
larri Caldwell, Dr. James Wilsor,
Superintendent of the Board of
[publi.- Instruction. Colin English
of ihe Board of Education, Dr.
Kowman F. Ashe, president of
[University of Miami.
The dinner will take place Sun-
Idn. Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the
|(; ssinger Pancoast hotel, and is
Ecinfi lielH in support and con-
tinued maintenance of the He-
|b i v Academy.
Tin' academy, a communally
Lponsored institution, is a pro-
[f: sive co-educational all-day
E, 1 offering secular education
ijn synthesis with an intensive He-
fcrrw training. It is now holding
basses for children of elementary
tchool age from the first through!
the sixth grade. In addition, there
faiv kindergarten groups for chil-
dren from 4 to bVz years old.
The academy provides trans-
portation to and from school in
toliami. Miami Beach and Surf-
Cide. Hot luncheons and afternoon
Knacks are served daily.
)liss .lean Tepper Has
Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Miss Jean
iLorraine Tepper, daughter of
pilrs. Max lepper, 3093 N. Bay
id., and the late Mr. Tepper. and
Joseph Munchick, son of Mr. and
Dtlrs. Isadore Munchick, Miami
PAGE NINE
Mrs. Reba Daner
Forum Moderator
Issues and candidates in the
coming elections will be present-
ed by Temple Israel Sisterhood at
the opening luncheon meeting of
the group taking place Monday,
Nov. 1, at 12:30 p.m. in Kaplan
Hall.
Miami attorney, Mrs. Reba
Engler Daner, will be moderator
at the civic forum which will
introduce to the Sisterhood Bert
Acker, candidate for governor on
the Republican platform: Mrs.
Kenneth Bare, publicity director
for Florida's Progressive party;
and a "surprise" speaker repre-
senting the Democratic party.
Program chairman is Mrs. Col-
man A. Zwitman. November
hostesses for the occasion are
Mrs. Harold Spaet and Mrs. Harry
Kevins. The musical program
"eatures Miss Ruth Wolkowsky.
member of the faculty of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music.
Wives of Rabbis who officiate in Greater Miami's synagogues are shown at the special reception
event in their honor held last week by the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade
County. The occasion was the all-day session of the Conference and its 34 affiliates at Temple Israel.
The Rabbis' wives are (left to right) Mrs. Leon Kronish. Mrs. Simon April, Mrs. Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff. Not shown are Mrs. Murray Grauer and Mrs. Colman Zwitman. LeMan Photo
icaci
is announced.
Miss Tepper attended the Uni-
vcrsity of Miami. Her fiance at-
tended Kent State and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The bride-elect lived in Kings-
ton, Pa., before coming here. Mr.
Munchick formerly lived in
|Bn>"klyn.
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Miami Y Runs New
Ceramics, Bridge
And Gym Classes
Two new activities now enlist
attention at the Miami Y. Insti-
tuted to begin Tuesday evening,
Nov. 2. is a 10-weeks' course in
ceramics directed by George Sea-
man, artist and sculptor, who
teaches at the Coral Gable:;
Ceramics studio.
Starting Wednesday for 10
weeks. Mrs. Sidney Lewis will
teach bridge both for beginners
and brush-up students.
Registration for these activities
is now in progress.
The Yiddish motion picture,
"Motel, the Operator," will be
shown to Y audiences on Mon-
day, Nov. 1.
Athletic activities and leagues
functioning for Y members in-
clude weight-lifting, boxing, vol-
leyball and basketball. The de-
tailed schedule runs as follows:
Weight lifting group, Sunday
morning 10-12 a.m., Thursday eve-
ning, 8-10 p.m.; men's boxing
class. Thursday evening, 8-10 p.m.:
boys' boxing class, Thursday af-
ternoon, 3-5:15 p.m.; men's volley-
ball league, Sunday morning, 10-
11:30 a.m.; women's volleyball
league, Tuesday evening, 8-10
p.m.; basketball house league,
juniors and intermediates as
teams, Friday afternoon, 3-5:15
p.m., seniors as individuals Thurs-
day evening, 8-10 p.m., in yard,
senior-intermediates as teams,
Wednesday evening, 8-10 p.m., in
yard; basketball team practice,
junior varsity, 7:30-8:45, Tuesday
in yard and Wednesday in gym,
varsity, 8:45-10, Tuesday in yard
and Wednesday in gym.
Richard Sirkin
Bar .11 ilxvale Here
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Stanley Sirkin is being celebrated
this weekend at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, 2024 N. Bay Road, Miami
Beach.
Following the Bar Mitzvah
services and reception, Mr. and
Mrs. Sirkin will hold open house
at their home on Sunday, and
cordially invite their numerous
friends to attend.
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+AnitfrkrxJ&r
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29,
" Here's A Contest +
? ALFRED SEGAL
HERE'S A CONTEST! .
To start with I should says
look:ng girl, s-tc^z Sh^ was sitting I
I know a lovely &:'- when I see on -I arr
supposed to re ::' an ar :
female beaut;
He: blue eyes were Seep
in which I would ha
self ::' I were young enough I
pec pie call the i ~. .: 1 then
Uy inclined
Yes, the girl i::xri like I could rr.ysel
have married long a;: when I tiD
a le I wc ild have said l hei I: s noi
of your deep blue eyes and the ......
jn youi neca but mainl; because M
beauty of your character which is in your face
Will you marry me?
If she had fa::. Yes I '
hac:.e;: young man .: I L But all th
just looking
from my present status a- with six
grandchildren among whom the famous E
S was the first, as those knc
.:..- al at her in this colu t time to time
during the r;s: eight ar.rl a us.
She will be nine in Febi. .. h w time
does fly a It seems ly that 1
ting her :..r.r. here She ': the same I
it my
and maybe thai I took so f< ndly tc mj
caller
Now we can go back :: the subject of I
column She was saying, Mr Segal, I have a
pre blem."
: was about to s..... lovely s
that il
unfair that anythi g so dark
.-: her bi__l intenan Bui
such flattery and '. -
most profi v W U
It s a matter at man iagi she i
If she was thinkii
t inly old ngi tulat< the
ab >ut tc marry
"But, Mr. Segal it isn't thai Y i I
am Christian ft'hile J
pro'".-
(Goodness me, a Chr:;::ar. girl! I couldn't
rr.ar:. anyway, wen I young en
drown myself in the deep pools
no yself on one of her g
Well, she went on. she ar.d the young man
engaged, that is thi
ann u ced in the s .. tj n ti m hi
parents "Mind you, Im i I thing
against his parents. Thi pie" But
they have said he could never through,
their door again if he married oul
She didn't want to be responsible
. It would be an awful injury to
art ..-owned him on account of me.
uldn'1 it, Mr. Segal?"
: sked, what could I do about it? I don t ulw
I x :.-. affain that have to do with the eon-
: really must keep out of that. His parents
I the intrusion of a stranger .
.. use from any pan of this.
: to be brushed off that way. Sly
ind her vou.-.g mar. had tnought it all
ided that I was precisely the one
. to his parents with some au
ugh this column "}oure no
them, Mr. Segal. It isn't as if you rang
all and pushed yourself in and told
what you thought they should do about this.
......hey read your column regularly and
.:e you like a friend and believe everything
-.- u write, or almost everything."
' But what could I say to them? What was the
pi per th:ng "You see. my dear, as a writer
i r the Jewish press I am under certain Jewish
risibilities that oblige me to watch my s,teP-"'
I thought you were a courageous writer, she
C "But." I replied, "there would be just too much
excuse the expression) hell for me if I took up
. ur side in this romantic matter. A grandfather
rr.e loves peace and there wouldn't be any fo;
rr.e if I approved this rr.arr.iage. But, mind you.
just between you and me, I.consider you a most
ely girl."
"It all depends on you." she said with such ;
tone of challenge as left me knocked out. "You
simply must speak to his parents through you:
column." She went or. to tell me that this wasn't
just the momentary flame of love of two silly
kids thinking they should marry.
"We have known each other four years all
through university. Went through the classes to-
r. If we were foolish kids we could have run
-.-en married when we were still in school
ited to make sure that we would still care
h other after the undergraduate flush
of love. We waited until each of us was earning
enough to take up the responsibilities of marriage.
He has a good job in business, I am a teacher.
Y u'll make no mistake if you speak up for us."
Well, what could I do? What to say to the boy's
nts? How to approach them? I drew deep
afts of my pipe.
I know what I'll do," I said finally. "I'll leave
it all to the readers of my column to speak to
your young_ man's parents. We'll make it a contest
with a prize for the best answer."
Yes, I will give a year's subscription to this
publication for the best answer satisfactory both
to this lovely girl ar.d to the parents of her young
:. Answers should be addressed to this paper
T may be up to 200 words long.
'V' really can't let the girl down. The ineffable
er countenance, the deep pools of her
the ringlets nestling on her pretty neck!)
TO A Wood Drive
NEW YORK. (JTA)A nation-
wide campaign for the procure-
ment of millions of pounds of
foodstuffs and agricultural com-
modities within the next 90 days
has been launched by the Zionist
Organization of America to al-
leviate the serious food shortage
situation confronting the civilian
population of Israel, it was an-
nounced today by Dr. Emanuel
Neuman, ZOA president.
9,47ft Enroll
At University
Registration figures at the Un-
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Registered in the regular school
are 8,544 students, while the di-
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istered 926 for^^
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Tea A Success
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Group Hadassah. This first of a
series of membership events at-
tracted 45 guests. The refresh-
ment table carried an autumn
flower motif.
Assisting Mrs. Berman were
Mis. Sam Lipton and Mrs. Joseph
Lipton. The program included
vocal selections by Mrs. Herman
Freed, accompanied by Mr. Freed.
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet discussed the
political situation in Palestine,
followed by Mrs. Murry Grossman
who spoke or. the value and need
ip in Hadassah Mrs. the afternoon program was Mrs.
Go! Istein, president. Carl Weinkle, membership chair*
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+Jenisti fh)rdfiaifi
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dominations For
Officers On Nov. 3
The annual nomination meet-
ing of the Miami Y will be held
on Wednesday evening, November
3 at 8:30 p.m., at the new build-
ing, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Nomina-
tes will be made for president,
three vice president:, secretary,
treasurer, three members of the
board for three years, and 36
members of the board for one
year. ...
George Chertkof is chairman of
the nominating committee. Serv-
ing with him on the committee
are Eugene Weiss, Charles Cohen.
Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Sam Weber,
Sam Traurig and David Korn-
berg.
Kliaim Gale, newly appointed
southern regional director of the
Jewish Welfare Board, will be the
guest speaker. Mrs. Julius Sam-
uels will present a vocal pro-
gram accompanied by Mr. Sam-
uels, pianist.
B & P Party Changed
From Kaplan Hall
The membership party for pros-
pective members of the Business
and Professional Women's Divi-
sion, Miami Chapter of Hadassah
originally scheduled for Kaplan
Hall, will be held in the patio of
the Miami Y on Sunday, Oct. 31,
at 3 p.m.
Mrs. L. Moser, president of the
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah, will be guest speaker. A
short welcoming talk will be de-
livered by Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, advisor for the group.
Miss Ruth Steinberg, chairman
of the program and arrangements.
will be assisted by the Misses
Thelma Smolensky and Fanny
Levitt, refreshment committee;
and Mrs. Rita Abbott, invitation
committee.
Members, their friends and
others interested in the Business
and Professional Women's Divi-
sion of Hadassah are urged to at-
tend. Further information may
be obtained from Miss Steinberg
at 2-6839.
Sisterhood Event Planned
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El (former Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation) is con-
ducting a membership drive
which will culminate in an event
held later this month.
Chairman of preparations is
Mrs. Max Rappaport. Prospective
Sisterhood members may reach
her at 83-1941.
S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
C1BD 1D10
Telephone 5-9017
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Free inspection and estimates
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PHONE: 78-6815
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Wholesale and
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Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
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Phone 4-0335
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3,000,000 Cans of Top-Priority
Food Sought In SOS Fail Drive
Joint Hostesses
Stage Luneheon
For SOS Project
Mrs. Louis Auerbach and Mrs.
Theresa Arnold will be joint
hostesses at an SOS luncheon at
Mrs. Auerbach's home, 5888 S.W.
31st St., Miami, at 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, November 3, for the
Miami Chapter, American Jewish
Congress.
The luncheon, for the SOS
diaper project, is one in a series
of benefit events taking place in
support of the current Supplies
for Overseas Survivors drive.
Members and friends of the group
are urged to phone either of the
hostesses for a reservation to this
luncheon.
Assisting the hostesses will be
the Mesdames A. A. Haden, Ben
Essen, David Rabinowitz, Herbert
Scher, William Loeb, Al Nemets,
J. Belanoff, Jerry Kimball, Her-
bert Kraus, M. Lubin and Philip
Brody.
Throughout Europe Jews supplement
their meager, starchy rations with cans
of food provided by the SOS (Supplies
for Overseas Survivors) Collection of
the Joint Distribution Committee. Top
left photo shows children at the Neu
Freiman Camp, near Munich, Germany,
enjoying a mid-afternoon snack. Photos
at left and top right show Roumanian
refugees, passing through Hungary, re-
ceiving special food allotments from
the JDC.
To meet the urgent overseas need for
high-protein, vitamin-rich food, SOS
has issued a call for 3,000,000 cans of
top-priority food, including: meats, fish,
fats, oils, juices, milk, fruit and cocoa.
Also sought in the campaign are 1,250,-
000 layette items (25.000 complete lay-
ettes) and 850,000 lbs. of new clothing.
SOS supplies supplement the purchases
of the JDC for its overseas relief and
rehabilitation programs made possible
by ihe United Jewish Appeal.
Brownies' Services Held
In honor of Girl Scout Week,
Rabbi Simon April conducted
special services at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
for the Brownies, Intermediates,
and Scout Troops of the Miami
Y on Wednesday.
Hotel l.roiiii
Names Ilivkind
Samuel Rivkind of the Raleigh
hotel, was elected president of the
Miami Beach Hotel Owners' assn.
Thursday.
Other new officers are: Vice
presidents, Dr. David Andron of
the Albion hotel and Stuart Moore
of the Northshore hotel; secre-
tary, Harry H. Cohen of the New
Yorker hotel, and treasurer, Ed
Singer of the National hotel.
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Personally Speaking...
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wasman recently returned from
Orlando, Fla. where Dr. Wasman attended the Florida State
Veterinary Medical Conference. Their home is at 7619 Abbott
Ave' *
Mrs. Jack Hirsch has returned to her home after spending two
weeks in New York visiting with relatives.
* *
Prominent press photographers vacationing at the Black-
stone Hotel are Harry Leder, of Acme News Pictures, and his
brother, Martin Lederhandler, of the Associated Press photo
department. Accompanying them from New York on their an-
nual Florida vacation are Mrs. Harry Leder, and their mother,
Mrs. Tillie Lederhandler. All are regular visitors to the Black-
stone, and have numerous friends among the working press in
Greater Miami. They will remain for two weeks.
*
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rosenblatt, of 1016 Sharar Ave., Opa
Locka, celebrated the bris of their second son Sunday, Oct. 17,
with Rabbi Israel Faber officiating. Rabbi Faber officiated also
at the bris of the Rosenblatts' first son.

Mr. and Mrs. I. Prost, of 4860 N.W. 21st Ave., celebrated
the bris of their son on Monday, Oct. 18. Officiating was Rabbi
Israel Faber.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten of the Vanderbilt Hotel are
expected home next week after spending six weeks in Ph.la-
delphia.
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Mrs. Ruth Guthmann has as her guest, Mrs. Lawrence Guth
mann of Chicago, who came to attend the engagement reception
of her niece. Miss Carolyn Guthmann to Donald Barmack.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., announce
the birth of a daughter, Adele Maine, on October 11 at Victoria
Hospital. The Teigmans are former residents of Baltimore.
* *
Deanne Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courshon,
750 81st St., Miami Beach, was born on October 13.
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Mr. and Mrs. David Newman announce the arrival of a
dauqhter this week at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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Mrs. Larry Rochlin of Statesville, N. C. is spending a week
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein of 1568
Meridian Ave. Mrs. Rochlin is the former Miss Irma Silverstein.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Melvin Rogow have returned from Pitts-
burgh after a three-months' stay and are now at their home,
2725 S.W. 3rd Ave.
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Mrs. M. Drapkin has returned to her home after spending
the entire summer season in Loch Sheldon. N. Y.
Milton Friedman Group
Back For B'nai B'rith
Intensifying aid to Israel, and
accenting their present work were
outlined by the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges
in their weekend two-day execu-
tive conference recently held in
St. Petersburg.
Present from the Greater Mi-
ami area, to meet with represent-
atives of the 19 lodges in the
state, were Milton A. Friedman,
state president of the Federa
tion; and officials George J
Talianoff, Gilbert J. Balkin and
Irving Cypen.
On the agenda were the Hillei
Foundations, B'nai B'rith youth
work, the work of the Anti-De-
famation League, membership,
and the establishment of the new
Jewish library at the University
>f Florida.
Following the two-dcy session,
F-iedman addressed a large B'nai
B'rith lodge in Lakeland. He will
leave Nov. 6 to attend a district
conference committee meeting in
Daytona Beach.
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crop that grows.
NOW OPEN...
Our beautiful, new
Chiropractic Clinic
7481 Biscayne Blvd., Phone 78-0212
After 24 years in Charlotte. N. C, DR. J. A.
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This clinic has been organized and is being
operated to render intelligent and reliable
service to suffering humanity. It makes no
rash claims, offers no false hopes. It special-
izes in establishing a sympathetic under-
standing between the patient and what the
clinic can or cannot do for him or her.
A registered nurse is in attendance.
By appointment only.
Members' Drive
L'ntil i\ov. 15
The B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami unanimously voted
'o extend its current membership
drive until November 15, it is an-
nounced by William L. Pallot,
president. Extension of the mem-
bership drive was necessary be-
cause of the interruptions in mem-
bership activity during October
due to hurricanes, religious holi-
days %nd the national American
Legion convention.
Membership report luncheons
are being held weeklv each Fri-
day. 12:15 at the Downtowner
Restaurant. Leading membership
workers in a close race for the
first prizetwo tickets to the
January 1 Orange Bowl game
are Irving Saal, Jerome Weinkle.
Bill Pallot and Milton Friedman
of Sholem Lodge. Other top con-
tenders are Barnett Beckerman.
Miami Beach Lodge; Leonard
Spiegel, Coral Gables Lodge, and
Lou Sherman, North Shore Lodge.
Men who join B'nai B'rith dur-
ing this drive will receive a pre-
mium of two months' free dues
ind will pay no further dues
intil Jan. 1, 1950. Men or women
mterested in joining the nation's
oldest Jewish service organiza-
tion may call the B'nai B'rith
Council offices at 3-6306.
Xew.sbrieff
Plans for the third annual legal j
clinic are now being formulated, |
according to Albert B. Bernstein,
chairman of the legal clinic com-1
mittee of the Dade County Bar
Association. The program will
consist of a series of monthly lec-
tures, one of which will be of in-
terest to laymen as well as at-
torneys. Assisting Mr. Bernstein',
will be Sidney J. Berger, vice
chairman, together with commit-
teemen Douglas D. Batchellor,
Ralph Cooper, J. Carrington
Gramling, Francis G. Rearick and
Louis Snetman.
Concert Presents
Set Svanholm
Set Svanholm, tenor from the
Metropolitan Opera Assn.. will
present Wagnerian operatic arias
at the first Sunday afternoon con-
cert thl weekend in Miami
Ser.ior High school given by the
University of Miami Symphony
orchestra. Music director is
Modeste Alloo.
Svanholm and the symphony
program will be presented again
in concert recital on Monday eve-
ning at 8:30.
Opening with a Faust overture
bv Wagner, the program selec-
tions are:
Symphony No. 4 in C minor
(Tragic), Franz Schubert; Over-
ture to the Flying Dutchman
Richard Wagner; Lohengrin's
Narrative, "In fernem Land" from
the opera Lohengrin, Richarc
Wagner; Lohengrin's Farewell,
"Mein lieber Schwan" from the
opera Lohengrin, Richard Wag-
ner; the Mastersingers of Nurem-
berg, Richard Wagner; Walther's
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lIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948
+Jeisti Horidle* n
Lntors' School's
first Class Is
-idaeted In N.Y.
pho Hebrew Union School of
wish Sacred Music, first insti-
lion in America for the training
fcantors and other musical func-
Larics of the synagogue, held
Lning exercises in the New
Frk quarters of the Hebrew
Won CollegeJewish Institute
JfHiqion.
In Nelson Glueck, president of
I College-Institute, inducted
[,, first class.
The School of Sacred Jewish
lusk- was established last sum-
er bv the Hebrew Union Col-
,r, and the Society for the Ad-
fnevment of Jewish Liturgical
fusic. with the aid of a grant
om Temple Emanu-El, in New
lk.
Ijh" school will concentrate in
|e training of cantor-educators
|hn can teach in the congrega-
fcns they serve. Later, the school
Hll expand to provide training
lr directors of music, choir lead-
s, organists and other musical
tr'sonnel in synagogues.
'This school," said Dr. Glueck,
ivill help to fill the void caused
the disappearance of the great
*nts of Jewish culture and
laming in Europe during the oc-
Jipation by the Nazi horde. Many
tists and intellectuals were
nong the 6,000,000 Jews who
Jere slaughtered. Those who
lere able to escape were scat-
Lred to the far corners of the
irth. In consequence, Europe has
1st her position as the richest
burce of Jewish cultural tradi-
lon."
Athree-year course of study has
een drawn up for the cantor-
ducators. It will include such
jbjects as history of Jewish
husic. choral singing, coaching,
antillation, nusach and hazanut,
larmonization and traditional
iielodies. It is open to men of
Idequate musical education who
lave good singing voices and the
leccssary Hebrew and English
lackground.
Tropical Lodge Alters
Business Meeting At Y
B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge
1713 will substitute an t athletic
workout in place of its general
business meeting Monday eve-
ning, Nov. 1, 8:15 p.m. at the
Beach Y.
It will be preceded by an ex-
ecutive committee breakfast on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
At the business meeting held
Monday, Tropical Lodge heard
Webb Burke, assistant to special
agent in charge of the F.B.I, in
the Miami area. He spoke on the
organization and functions of the
F.B.I.
Men between the ages of 21
and 35 are invited to all of Tropi-
cal Lodge's meetings and func-
tions.
Golden Age Friendship
Club Begins Its Season
Sunday Afternoon At Y
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Y will open
its fall activities this Sunday
afternoon, October 31, at 2 p.m.
at the Miami Y. Main topic on
the agenda will be the adoption
of a constitution for the club.
The Golden Age Friendship
Club consists of men and women
over 50 years of age. The group
meets regularly at the Miami Y.
Everyone is welcome.
UNVEILINGS
Unveiling rites for Abraham
Adelson will be held Sunday, Oct.
31 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai ceme-
tery. Officiating at the ceremonies
will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
Sam Rivkind Heads
SOS Division Of
Trades, Industry
Samuel A. Rivkind, Miami
Beach hotel man prominent in
Greater Miami civic and welfare
activities, this week accepted the
chairmanship of the Trade and
Industry Division of Supplies for
Overseas Survivors, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Matilda Ratner,
Greater Miami SOS chairman.
Rivkind, newly elected presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Hotel
Owners' Association, is also presi-
dent of the Business Men's Coun-
cil of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, co-sponsors with the
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade County of
the Greater Miami SOS Collec-
tion.
The Trade and Industry Divi-
sion of the Greater Miami SOS
Committee will seek to collect
new clothing for men, women,
boys, girls and infants; canned
food in bulk, such as milk, fish,
meat, fruit, fruit juices, fats, oils,
powdered cocoa, green or roasted
coffee and sundry items such as
soap and hard candy.
Rivkind brings to this cam-
paign experience extending over
20 years for the JDC, the Boston
Jewish Federation, the Boston
YMHA, and other philanthropic
and civic organizations. Shortly
after arriving in Miami Beach
about five years ago, he became
active in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
The Greater Miami SOS Col-
lection is a gifts-in-kind campaign
which does not solicit for funds,
but supplements the purchasing
program of the JDC.
Mizrachi Leaders Participate In Shertok Reception
For U. S. Envoy To Israel. James G. MacDonald
The unveiling of a. monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
A. Mazor will take place Sunday
at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of-
ficiating. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
Mizrachi religious-Zionist leaders are shown above participating
in a reception for James G. MacDonald (center), United States
special envoy to Israel, which was tendered in Kiriah, the govern-
mental sector of Tel Aviv, by Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok
(extreme left) following the recent World Zionist Actions Commit-
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This exclusive photo of the official foreign ministry reception
which was brought to this country by Rabbi Max Kirshblum, nation-
al executive vice president of the Mizrachi Organization of America,
shows (left to right): Mr. Shertok: Rabbi Max Kirshblum; Mr. Mac-
Donald; Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Israeli minister of religions; and
Rabbi Wolf Gold, vice president of the Israeli provisional council
and chairman of the World Mizrachi executive.
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* Jewish ftoridtiann
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Eleven To Go To
Atlantic City
Hadassah Meet
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah has selected 11 delegates
to represent it at the 34th annual
convention of the Women's Zion-
ist Organization of America,
scheduled for Atlantic City, N. J.
from November 5 to 9.
The delegates are Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter; Mrs. Abraham
Goodman, Mrs. Louis Heiman,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Isa-
dore Newman, representing the
Miami Beach Group; Mrs. H. C.
Moser, president of the Miami
Group; Mrs. Leo Levin, president
of the Deborah Group; Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, Miss Rosalyn
Klein, Miss Esther Goodman, Mrs.
William Keller, representing the
B & P Groups.
More than 5,000 delegates and
guests are expected to attend the
conclave which will be asked to
approve a $5,935,000 budget,
largest in the organization's his-
tory. The sum will maintain hos-
pitals, mother-and-child care sta-
tions, playgrounds, recreation
centers and summer and day
camps, and other auxiliary health
services in Israel. Its main institu-
tion is the Hadassah hospital on
Mt. Scopus outside Jerusalem.
Mrs. Sirkin, president of the
local chapter who heads the con-
tingent, stated this to be the first
national Hadassah gathering since
the establishment of the State of
Israel.
Heading national convention
arrangements are Mrs. David B.
Greenberg of New York, and
Mrs. David Stein of Philadelphia.
The five-day meeting will be held
in Atlantic City's Convention
Hall.
Speakers include Mrs. Samuel
W. Halprin, national president;
Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli
representative to Washington and
Ruth Gruber, special correspond-
ent of the N. Y. Herald Tribune,
who has just returned from cover-
ing the Holy Land scene.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Holly wood-Lauderdale
Hadassah Knit Group
At its regular monthly meeting
held in October, the Hollywood-
Ft. Lauderdale Chapter of Ha-
dassah formed a volunteer knit-
ting group to knit supplies for
Palestine's needy children.
Persons wishing to assist may
communicate with Mrs. Louis J.
Golden, president, at 342 XR. Also
on the program, conducted by
vice president Mrs. Max Kauf-
man, was a discussion by Rabbi
Max Kaufman on strife in the
Negev district.
A playlet entitled, "You Were
There Too," was presented to the
membership. Those participating
included Mrs. Arthur Brill, Mrs.
Kaufman, Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs.
Isadore Orgel, Mrs. Theo Tager,
Mrs. Lillian Donner and Mrs.
William Lewis.
Chairman of the program was
Mrs. Earl Brown. New members
recently joining Hadassah include
Mrs. E. Firestone, Mrs. M. Bohrer,
Mrs. L. Handshu and Mrs. M.
Hausman.
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ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth El, 590 S.W.
17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Graucr.
Cantor Milton Friedman.
Friday evening servlcea at 5:15:
Saturday morning at 9. h'tudent serv-
ice! it 10 a.m, Rabbi Orauer will
s]>eak on "The Ren-shisthe Begin-
ning." Mlncha ;it 5 p.m. followed by
ShnloH S. udos Sunday School at 10
a.m. Religious School daily.
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 5:30. Sat-
urday morning t 8:SO. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will speak on "The Beginning
of a New World Jr. services held
for children of elementary school age
in the Religious School annex at 10
a.m. under direction of Max Bertman
of the faculty. Kiddush will be served
under direction of Mrs. Joseph Bren-
ner. Mlncha at 5:30 folowed by Shalos
S'euilos. Italihi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Sunday
School at :::;i> a.m. Induction exercises
Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Adults are
invited.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:30;
Saturday morning at S:30. Rabbi Rack-
ovskv will preach on "A New Be-
ginning." At 4 p.m. the Rabbi will
speak on "Law and Order.'' Mlncha
at 4:30 followed bv Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5:30. The
Brownies, Intermediates and Soout
Troop of the Y.M.H.A. will have spe-
cial Sabbath services at 8 p.m. com-
memorating Girl Scout Week. Satur-
day morning services at a.m. Rabbi
Simon April will speak on "Struggle
for Existence." Mlncha at 5 p.m.
followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi
will speak on the 1'ortlon of the Week.
Sunday School at In a.m.; Hebrew
School Dally from 3:111 to 6:15 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
I'i'iday evening aervlcefl at 5:45;
Saturday morning at 8:80. Student
services at 10:30. Klddush to follow
services in the auditorium. Hebrew
school daily Monday through Thurs-
day. First in the series of late Fri-
day evening services will begin Fri-
day. November 5.
Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8.15.
Kabhi Kaufman will speak. Saturday
morning services at in. Religious
school al 10:80, Registration from V
a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Sabbath Services at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
preach on "The Portion of the Law."
Bar Mltsva of Richard Sirkin. Cantor
Ooldring will chant at all services.
Junior Congregation services Saturday
9:30 a.m, Monday 9:80 a.m. ami (5
p.m. and Tuesday :30 a.m.. Sunday
School 10 to 12 noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The
Religious Symbolism of the Israeli
Flag and Crest." An Oneg Shabbat
will follow the services in the patio.
Saturday morning services at 10:45.
Robert Alan Lachman will become
Bar Mitzvah.
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening service* at 8:16.
Rabbi Raah will speak on "Who .Shall
Lead IJb." I.ilyan Prucker at the
organ, A reception will follow the
ser\ iees. ...
Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Oeneala
and Geology."
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Friday "evening services at 8.
Obituaries
RABBI AVIGDOR GOLDEN
60, of 734 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, passed away Monday eve-
ning at his home following a
lengthy illness. Rabbi Golden, a
longtime resident, was the author
of several volumes of short stories
written in Yiddish as well as
considerable verse. His works ap-
peared frequently in the national
Jewish dailies. During his life-
time he officiated at various con-
gregations throughout the area I
as cantor for the High Holy Days.
Services were held Wednesday
at Beach Memorial Chapel. Inter-
ment followed at Mt. Sinai Ceme-
tery. Surviving are his wife Dina,
a son Harry and two daughters
Louise and Sally.
Or. .** Spirer at
Beth Oavid PTA
Mrs. Max Feldman, president
of Beth David PTA, will officially
open the organization's first event
of the season on Monday, Nov. 1
at 8 p.m. with a Get Acquainted
party at the Beth David syna-
gogue.
Both parents and teachers will
take the opportunity to meet each
other and discuss problems relat-
ing to the welfare of the student
body. Guest speaker for the eve-
ning will be Dr. Jess Spirer, who
will talk on "The Insecure Child."
Dr. Spirer came to the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1945 as pro-
fessor of Psychology and Socio-
logy. Six months later he de-
veloped the "University Gradu-
ate Centre," of which he is di-
rector. At present, Dr. Spirer's
interest is in the establishment
of the Haven School, for ,he
of mentally deficient child
South Florida.
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October 22 at the Alton Road Hospital.
Mrs. Kaplan, who came here from
Long Beach ten years ago, is sur-
vived by her husband Rcnjarniu: her
daughters, Mrs. K. Kaufman and Mrs.
Berths Conn: and her sons Samuel.
Irving and Bernard). Arrangements
were In charge of the Riverside
Memorial Chapel with interment at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated.
SAMUEL H. LESCHEL
:?.. of 1644 Tlgertall Ave., passed
away last Thursday evening. Sur-
vivors are his wife. Klsle: a son.
Herschel; his mother, Mrs. Mollle
Mfshltts: a brother, David I.lfshutz
of Denver. Colo.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mac
Ulby, Mrs. Beds Ross, both of Miami.
Mr l.eschel was a member of Temple
Israel, the Harvey Seeds Post Ameri-
can Legion, the Sholem Lodge of
B'nal R'rith. The remains were sent
to Denver, Colo., for services and
interment by the Miami Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
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PAGE SIXTEEN *Jewist>ncr£dfiaun Eleven To Go To Atlantic City Hadassah Meet Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah has selected 11 delegates to represent it at the 34th annual convention of the Women's Zionist Organization of America, scheduled for Atlantic City, N. J. from November 5 to 9. The delegates are Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Isadore Newman, representing the Miami Beach Group; Mrs. H. C. Moser, president of the Miami Group; Mrs. Leo Levin, president of the Deborah Group; Miss Lillian Goodman, Miss Rosalyn Klein, Miss Esther Goodman, Mrs. William Keller, representing the B & P Groups. More than 5,000 delegates and guests are expected to attend the conclave which will be asked to approve a $5,935,000 budget, largest in the organization's history. The sum will maintain hospitals, mother-and-child care stations, playgrounds, recreation centers and summer and day camps, and other auxiliary health services in Israel. Its main institution is the Hadassah hospital on Mt. Scopus outside Jerusalem. Mrs. Sirkin, president of the local chapter who heads the contingent, stated this to be the first national Hadassah gathering since the establishment of the State of Israel. Heading national convention arrangements are Mrs. David B. Greenberg of New York, and Mrs. David Stein of Philadelphia. The five-day meeting will be held in Atlantic City's Convention Hall. Speakers include Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, national president; Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli representative to Washington and Ruth Gruber, special correspondent of the N. Y. Herald Tribune, who has just returned from covering the Holy Land scene. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY IIr. •less Spirer at Itvi h David PTA FRIDAY, OC TOBER,,, ORTHODOX Congregation Beth El, 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Fri.i:iy evening services at B:16; Saturday i wing at H. Student services at 10 a.m. Rai>>i Qrauer win speak on "The BereshlS—the Beginning." Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Setldos. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Religious School dully. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Piiii.iy evening services at 5:80. Saturday morning at 8:80. Rabbi MesObeloff Will speak on "The Beginning of ii New World Jr. services held for children of elementary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at 5:80 folowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak • %  ii the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 9:80 8 in. Induction exercises Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Adults are invited. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. l-'riday evening services at 5:30; Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Rackovsky will preach on "A New Beginning." At 4 p.m. the Rabbi will speak on "Law and Order.'' Mincha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudoe and Maarlv. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. l-'riday evening services at 5:30. The Brownies, Intermediates and Scout Troop of the Y.M.H.A. will have special Sabbath services at 8 p.m. commemorating Girl Scout Week. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "Struggle for Existence." Mlncha at i> p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi Will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 1" a.m.; Hebrew School Dally from 8:15 to >!:i"i p.m. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Raab "ill speak on "Who Bhaii Lead Us?" Ulyan Druoker at the organ, A reception will follow the Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Genesis and Geology." Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Are., Fort Lauderdale. Frlda> evening services at s. Holly wood-Lcruderdale Hadassah Knit Group At its regular monthly meeting held in October, the HollywoodFt. Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah formed a volunteer knitting group to knit supplies for Palestine's needy children. Persons wishing to assist may communicate with Mrs. Louis J. Golden, president, at 342 XR. Also on the program, conducted by vice president Mrs. Max Kaufman, was a discussion by Rabbi Max Kaufman on strife in the Negev district. A playlet entitled, "You Were There Too," was presented to the membership. Those participating included Mrs. Arthur Brill, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs. Isadore Orgel, Mrs. Theo Tager, Mrs. Lillian Donner and Mrs. William Lewis. Chairman of the program was Mrs. Earl Brown. New members recently joining Hadassah include Mrs. E. Firestone, Mrs. M. Bohrer, Mrs. L. Handshu and Mrs. M. Hausman. MARTHA ZAIX MODISTE Formerly with Lily Ruben Located at 407 15th ST., MIAMI BEACH Specializing In afternoon and evening wear Sizes: 10-44: 14V4-24V4. Strictly Kosher Catering Por All Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hetel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 5:45; Saturday morning at S::io. Student services at 10:50. Klddush to follow services In the auditorium. Hebrew school daily Monday through Thursday. First in the series of late Friday evening services will begin Friday. November 5. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Frtdav evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kaufman will speak. Saturday morning services at 10. Religious school at 10:30. Registration from !• a.in. to 6 p.m. dally. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Sabbath Services at .">:o0 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Portion of the Law." Bar Mltsva of Richard Sirkin. Cantor Goldring will chant at all services Junior Congregation services Saturday 9:30 a.m. Monday 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Tuesday 9:30 a.m., Sundav School 10 to 12 noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Religious Symbolism of the Israeli Flag and Crest." An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services in the patio. Saturday morning services at 10:40. Robert Alan Lachman will become Mar Mltzvah. Specialist in Private Instruction at Pupil's Home Bar Mitzva Preparation H. W. UAMMAN Excellent Hebrew Teacher Phone 5-2738 ARE YOU LONESOME? loin the CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Street Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. WRITE P.O. BOX 3468 Obituaries RABBI AVIGDOR GOLDEN 60, of 734 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, passed away Monday evening at his home following a lengthy illness. Rabbi Golden, a longtime resident, was the author of several volumes of short stories written in Yiddish as well as considerable verse. His works appeared frequently in the national Jewish dailies. During his lifetime he officiated at various congregations throughout the area as cantor for the High Holy Days Services were held Wednesday at Beach Memorial Chapel. Interment followed at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Surviving are his wife Dina. a son Hairy and two daughters Louise and Sally. MRS. SARAH KAPLAN si of ::n4 Ocean Drive, passed away October T2 at the Alton Road Hospital. Mrs. Kaplan, who came here from i.ong Beach ten years ago, is survived by her husband Benjamin; her daughters, Mrs. E, Kaufman and Mrs Rertha Cohn: and her sons Samuel, Irving and Bernard. Arrangements were in charge of the Riverside Memorial Chapel with interment at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. SAMUEL H. LESCHEL S3, of l'.n Tlgertall Ave., passed away last Thursday evening. Survivors are his Wife, Hlsie: a son, Herschel; his mother, Mrs. Mollle Llfshuts; a brother, David I.lfshutz of Denver, Colo.; 2 sisters. Mrs. May Luby, Mrs. Bede Ross, both of Miami. Mr. I.eschel was a member of Temple Israel, the Harvey Seeds Post American Legion, the Sholem Lodge of B'nnl rt'rith. The remains were sent to Denver, Colo., for services and interment by the Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel. LOUIS MOGUL At Miami Beach died on October M. Surviving was his wife Esther. Riverside Meiuorlla chapel was in Charge <'f local arrangements. DAVID MARMORSTEIN 87, of 1887 S.W. 15th St., died Monday. He is survived by his wife a son. Jerry; a daughter, all of Miami; i brothers, William of Miami, Edward of Chicago, and .lack, Alex and Max of Cleveland; 2 sisters, Mrs Pearl itosenfeld of Cleveland and Mrs Lillian Bokar of N. Y. C. Remains were sent tc. Cleveland for burial by the %  Miami Riverside Memorial chapel SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN A real Money Maker! 5 Year Lease ROOMING HOUSE Downtown Flagler Street 18 Sleeping Rooms and I Efficiency Apt. $6,000 Security— $5,200 a Year Rent Filled Year Round Call Harry Shiff with RAY /lI --II it Reg. Real Estate Broker 1208 N.W. 2nd St. 3-3713 Mrs. Max Feldman, president of Beth David PTA, will officially open the organization's first event of the season on Monday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. with a Get Acquainted party at the Beth David synagogue. 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PAGE SIX + knist Fkridlian -""PAY, QCTOBBi 29 Dr. Michaelson At Joint Program For Hi-lei Foundations Sholem Lodge B'nai Brit'-. I men's and women's groups will paiticipate in a joint program in | observance of the 25th anr.iversarv of the Hillel Foundations on' Tuesday. November 9. 8:30 p.x. at Temple Israel. Dr. Donald Michaelson. newly appointed director of the Hillel, Foundation at the University o: ::ii will be featured in the program which is under the direction of trie women's chapter. Mrs. Sam Silver, state federation president. :s in charge of arrange-' ments. assisted by Mrs. John Kronenfeid and Mrs. Hairy Gor-! con. Students a: the University of; Miami will describe the services performed by the Hillel Founda-! tions. and the psrt played by I B'nai B'ritn members in supporting the cultural havens for Jewish college students throughout | the United States. Donna Feldman Is Youngest Official Miss Dor.na Feldman. president of the Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women, was elected to the post of secretary of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. Miss Feldman officially assumed her duties at the last meeting of the Council on Thursday. October 28. She is the youngest member to hold a major office in the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, Miami Hadassah To Hear Medical Plans, Projects The regular meeting of Miami Group of Hadassah will take place on Monday. November 8, at 1:30 p.rr. at the Miami YMHA. In the absence of the president, who is attending the National Hadassah Convention, the meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen. Hadassah Medical Organization accomplishments will be outlined by Mrs. Abraham Levitan. education chairman. A Hadassah movie. "Letter From Israel," will be narrated by Mrs. Rose Halperin, National Hadassah president. Mrs. J. M. Fishman. chairman of Hadassah Medical Organization projects, will discuss future plans. Edward Pastoroff, young pianist, will present a musical program. Marilyn Levenson Feted At Luncheon Shower Miss Marilyn Levenson. brideelect, was guest of honor at a luncheon and miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Freda Roover and Mrs. Francis Stuchin Thursday at Joy Loy restaurant. Miss Levenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson. will be r-arried to William Lubel on Jan. 2. Mr. Lubel Ls from Mobile. Alabama. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lubel of that city. Tastes White Bread First Time In Eight Years Dr. Clarke Will Heview "Peace Of Mind" At Club The Golda Myerson Club at the Pioneer Women of Miami is sponsoring a book review by Dr. Edward Clarke of the University of rviiami on Sunday. NovTT^" at 8 p.m. atCoi^S^l El, ldh Clarke will Dr -gregati 0n B-.' Ave. and 6tn S .T review Dr \r,,v s "Peace of Mind" inmission s 50c. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 '•Jen I si tksJHti PAGE THIRTEEN Personally Speaking... Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wasman recently returned from Orlando, Fla. where Dr. Wasman attended the Florida State Veterinary Medical Conference. Their home is at 7619 Abbott Ave Mrs. Jack Hirsch has returned to her home after spending two weeks in New York visiting with relatives. %  %  Prominent press photographers vacationing at the Blackstone Hotel are Harry Leder, of Acme News Pictures, and his brother, Martin Lederhandler, of the Associated Press photo department. Accompanying them from New York on their annual Florida vacation are Mrs. Harry Leder, and their mother, Mrs. Tillie Lederhandler. All are regular visitors to the Blackstone, and have numerous friends among the working press in Greater Miami. They will remain for two weeks. %  %  •* Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rosenblatt, of 1016 Sharar Ave., Opa Locka, celebrated the bris of their second son Sunday, Oct. 17, with Rabbi Israel Faber officiating. Rabbi Faber officiated also at the bris of the Rosenblatts' first son. %  % %  % %  Mr. and Mrs. I. Prost, of 4860 N.W. 21st Ave., celebrated the bris of their son on Monday, Oct. 18. Officiating was Rabbi Israel Faber. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten of the Vanderbilt Hotel are expected home next week after spending six weeks in Ph.ladelphia. + Mrs. Ruth Guthmann has as her guest, Mrs. Lawrence Guth mann of Chicago, who came to attend the engagement reception of her niece. Miss Carolyn Guthmann to Donald Barmack. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., announce the birth of a daughter, Adele Maine, on October 11 at Victoria Hospital. The Teigmans are former residents of Baltimore. Deanne Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, 750 81st St., Miami Beach, was born on October 13. +c Mr. and Mrs. David Newman announce the arrival of a dauqhter this week at Jackson Memorial Hospital. -K Mrs. Larry Rochlin of Statesville, N. C. is spending a week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein of 1568 Meridian Ave. Mrs. Rochlin is the former Miss Irma Silverstein. Mr. and Mrs. J. Melvin Rogow have returned from Pittsburgh after a three-months' stay and are now at their home, 2725 S.W. 3rd Ave. + Mrs. M. Drapkin has returned to her home after spending the entire summer season in Loch Sheldon. N. Y. Milton Friedman Group Back For B'nai B'rith Intensifying aid to Israel, and accenting their present work were outlined by the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges in their weekend two-day executive conference recently held in St. Petersburg. Present from the Greater Miami area, to meet with representatives of the 19 lodges in the state, were Milton A. Friedman, state president of the Federa tion; and officials George J Talianoff, Gilbert J. Balkin and Irving Cypen. On the agenda were the Hillei Foundations, B'nai B'rith youth work, the work of the Anti-Defamation League, membership, and the establishment of the new Jewish library at the University >f Florida. Following the two-dcy session, F-iedman addressed a large B'nai B'rith lodge in Lakeland. He will leave Nov. 6 to attend a district conference committee meeting in Daytona Beach. U. S. Saving Bonds—the safest crop that grows. NOW OPEN... Our beautiful, new Chiropractic Clinic 7481 Biscayne Blvd., Phone 78-0212 After 24 years in Charlotte. N. C, DR. J. A. WOOD. Chiropractor, comes to Miami. This clinic has been organized and is being operated to render intelligent and reliable service to suffering humanity. It makes no rash claims, offers no false hopes. It specializes in establishing a sympathetic understanding between the patient and what the clinic can or cannot do for him or her. A registered nurse is in attendance. By appointment only. Members' Drive L'ntil i\ov. 15 The B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami unanimously voted 'o extend its current membership drive until November 15, it is announced by William L. Pallot, president. Extension of the membership drive was necessary because of the interruptions in membership activity during October due to hurricanes, religious holidays %nd the national American Legion convention. Membership report luncheons are being held weeklv each Friday. 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant. Leading membership workers in a close race for the first prize—two tickets to the January 1 Orange Bowl game— are Irving Saal, Jerome Weinkle. Bill Pallot and Milton Friedman of Sholem Lodge. Other top contenders are Barnett Beckerman. Miami Beach Lodge; Leonard Spiegel, Coral Gables Lodge, and Lou Sherman, North Shore Lodge. Men who join B'nai B'rith during this drive will receive a premium of two months' free dues ind will pay no further dues intil Jan. 1, 1950. Men or women mterested in joining the nation's oldest Jewish service organization may call the B'nai B'rith Council offices at 3-6306. Xew.sbrieff Plans for the third annual legal j clinic are now being formulated, | according to Albert B. Bernstein, chairman of the legal clinic com-1 mittee of the Dade County Bar Association. The program will consist of a series of monthly lectures, one of which will be of interest to laymen as well as attorneys. Assisting Mr. Bernstein will be Sidney J. Berger, vice chairman, together with committeemen Douglas D. Batchellor, Ralph Cooper, J. Carrington Gramling, Francis G. Rearick and Louis Snetman. Concert Presents Set Svanholm Set Svanholm, tenor from the Metropolitan Opera Assn.. will present Wagnerian operatic arias at the first Sunday afternoon concert thl weekend in Miami Ser.ior High school given by the University of Miami Symphony orchestra. Music director is Modeste Alloo. 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LmAY, O CTOBER 29, 1948 +JewMincridUairi PAGE THREE Conference Of Jewish Women's Groups Attended By 34 Big Affiliates Approximately 34 affiliated women's organizations attended the Thursday meeting of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County in its iiret meeting of •he year. The meeting was held at Temple Israel. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Stanley Milledga wife of Judge Milledge.-S She spoke also for the Community | Three M il III i.l IIS HoadFla. Frat Flagler-Granada Center Parties Oct. 31 and Nov. 8 The Flagler-Granada Community Center will hold a Hallowe'en barn dance Saturday night at the Coral Gables Women's Club, and a special games party on Nov. 8 at the home of Mrs. Morris Chest campaign and its appeal for I volunteers. Throughout the full afternoon program. Conference delegates I heard a panel discussion on "The I sisterhoods' Contribution to the Community," participated in by representatives of each Sisterhood in 'be Greater Miami area; and special reports on SOS by Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, area Three Miami students at the University of Florida were elected to office in the university's new pledge class of the Pi Lambda Phi. They are Alvin Jacobs, president: Bob Spiocleman, secretary; and Marvin Robbins, treasurer. Vice president is Gerald Sohn of „ Jacksonville. Under these officers, chairman, and Stan Murray, of, the class plans a full year of acti_i:-_l IT"*/"* *-*mr\*i i rtn fr\r Marks. Prizes will be awarded at the Hallowe'en barn dance for the best costumes. Music will be furnshed by a hill-billy band. The event is open to the public. Admission is $1.00. The games party at Mrs. Marks' home will take place Nov. 8 at 8:30 p.m., at 4495 S.W. 2nd St. In charge is Mrs. Ben Clein, sunshine committee chairman, assisted by the Mesdames Marks, Herman Marks, Hy Isaacson and Jack Cohen. Proceeds will be used for the building fund. Although the event is also open to the public, it is urged that reservations be made by Nov. 7 through telephoning 4-6571. the national JDC campaign for SOS. Emphasis was placed on the Nov. 14 "C" Day for pick-up collections. Focus of the collection will be or. new or old baby layettes for infants and children up to 2 years of ace: and canned foods rich in high vitamin content, such as meats, fish and oils. Murray stated that no old clothing except layette items will be picked up on "C" Day. Also addressing the group was Miss Irene Cummings, president of the local Coordinating Council for the United Nations. Social highlight of the all-day session was the reception which honored the wives of rabbis in the Greater Miami synagogues. Thev were presented with corsages. Attending the reception were Mrs. Simon April, wife of the Rabbi of Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation: Mrs. Murray Grauer, wife of the Rabbi of Congregation Beth El: Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, wife of the Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel: Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the Rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs living Lehrman, wife of the Rabbi of Miami Beach Jewish Center: Mrs. Moses Meschcloff. wife of the Rabbi of Beth Jacob Congregation; Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. wife of the Rabbi of Beth Tfilah Congregation; Mrs. Max Shapiro, wife of the Rabbi of Beth David Congregation; Mrs. Colman Zwitman, wife of the Rabbi of Temple Israel. "A Glimpse Into Jewish Music" was rendered by the Cantors' Association. Presiding at the business meeting was Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Program chairman for the day was Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The next Conference all-day quarterly meeting takes place on Thursday. Jan. 20. vities both social and athletic. Pledge-master who is counsel to the freshmen is Ronnie Curtis of Haverstraw, N. Y. Xows Brief Security Trust Co. has named Phillip Livingston as trust officer, President Oscar F. Miller reported. Born in New York, Mr. LivuiRston attended Pomfret Preparatory school and Princeton University. His home is in Coral Gabk.^. Miami Beach Auxiliary Board At The Blackstone The hoard of directors of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will rr^ct Mor.day at 1 p.m. at the Blackstone Hotel. Chairman of arrangements for the meeting is Mrs. Albert Rakoff, the auxiliary's corresponding secretary. President of the group is Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Other officers are Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer; and vice presidents Mesdames Benjamin Appel, Max Greenberg, Sam Ritter, B. J. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1949 TJenlstthrldlaii [Hebrew Academy [invites Guest List Distinguished guests invited toj [attend the anniversary dinner of |thc Hebrew Academy are Senator Claude D. Pepper, Senator SpesIsarc" L. Holland, Congressman, Eenrge S;rathers, Governor Millarri Caldwell, Dr. James Wilsor, Superintendent of the Board of [publi.Instruction. Colin English of ihe Board of Education, Dr. Kowman F. Ashe, president of [University of Miami. The dinner will take place SunIdn. Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the |(; ssinger Pancoast hotel, and is Ecinfi lielH in support and continued maintenance of the He|b i v Academy. Tin' academy, a communally Lponsored institution, is a pro[ f: sive co-educational all-day E, 1 offering secular education ijn synthesis with an intensive Hefcrrw training. It is now holding basses for children of elementary tchool age from the first through! %  the sixth grade. In addition, there faiv kindergarten groups for children from 4 to bVz years old. The academy provides transportation to and from school in toliami. Miami Beach and SurfCide. Hot luncheons and afternoon Knacks are served daily. )liss .lean Tepper Has Betrothal Announced The engagement of Miss Jean iLorraine Tepper, daughter of pilrs. Max lepper, 3093 N. Bay id., and the late Mr. Tepper. and Joseph Munchick, son of Mr. and Dtlrs. Isadore Munchick, Miami PAGE NINE Mrs. Reba Daner Forum Moderator Issues and candidates in the coming elections will be presented by Temple Israel Sisterhood at the opening luncheon meeting of the group taking place Monday, Nov. 1, at 12:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall. Miami attorney, Mrs. Reba Engler Daner, will be moderator at the civic forum which will introduce to the Sisterhood Bert Acker, candidate for governor on the Republican platform: Mrs. Kenneth Bare, publicity director for Florida's Progressive party; and a "surprise" speaker representing the Democratic party. Program chairman is Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. November hostesses for the occasion are Mrs. Harold Spaet and Mrs. Harry Kevins. The musical program "eatures Miss Ruth Wolkowsky. member of the faculty of the University of Miami School of Music. Wives of Rabbis who officiate in Greater Miami's synagogues are shown at the special reception event in their honor held last week by the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County. The occasion was the all-day session of the Conference and its 34 affiliates at Temple Israel. The Rabbis' wives are (left to right) Mrs. Leon Kronish. Mrs. Simon April, Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Not shown are Mrs. Murray Grauer and Mrs. Colman Zwitman. LeMan Photo icaci is announced. Miss Tepper attended the Uni%  vcrsity of Miami. Her fiance attended Kent State and the University of Miami. The bride-elect lived in Kingston, Pa., before coming here. 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Athletic activities and leagues functioning for Y members include weight-lifting, boxing, volleyball and basketball. The detailed schedule runs as follows: Weight lifting group, Sunday morning 10-12 a.m., Thursday evening, 8-10 p.m.; men's boxing class. Thursday evening, 8-10 p.m.: boys' boxing class, Thursday afternoon, 3-5:15 p.m.; men's volleyball league, Sunday morning, 1011:30 a.m.; women's volleyball league, Tuesday evening, 8-10 p.m.; basketball house league, juniors and intermediates as teams, Friday afternoon, 3-5:15 p.m., seniors as individuals Thursday evening, 8-10 p.m., in yard, senior-intermediates as teams, Wednesday evening, 8-10 p.m., in yard; basketball team practice, junior varsity, 7:30-8:45, Tuesday in yard and Wednesday in gym, varsity, 8:45-10, Tuesday in yard and Wednesday in gym. Richard Sirkin Bar .11 ilxvale Here The Bar Mitzvah of Richard Stanley Sirkin is being celebrated this weekend at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 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Eleven To Go To
Atlantic City
Hadassah Meet
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah has selected 11 delegates
to represent it at the 34th annual
convention of the Women's Zion-
ist Organization of America,
scheduled for Atlantic City, N. J.
from November 5 to 9.
The delegates are Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter; Mrs. Abraham
Goodman, Mrs. Louis Heiman,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Isa-
dore Newman, representing the
Miami Beach Group; Mrs. H. C.
Moser, president of the Miami
Group; Mrs. Leo Levin, president
of the Deborah Group; Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, Miss Rosalyn
Klein, Miss Esther Goodman, Mrs.
William Keller, representing the
B & P Groups.
More than 5,000 delegates and
guests are expected to attend the
conclave which will be asked to
approve a $5,935,000 budget,
largest in the organization's his-
tory. The sum will maintain hos-
pitals, mother-and-child care sta-
tions, playgrounds, recreation
centers and summer and day
camps, and other auxiliary health
services in Israel. Its main institu-
tion is the Hadassah hospital on
Mt. Scopus outside Jerusalem.
Mrs. Sirkin, president of the
local chapter who heads the con-
tingent, stated this to be the first
national Hadassah gathering since
the establishment of the State of
Israel.
Heading national convention
arrangements are Mrs. David B.
Greenberg of New York, and
Mrs. David Stein of Philadelphia.
The five-day meeting will be held
in Atlantic City's Convention
Hall.
Speakers include Mrs. Samuel
W. Halprin, national president;
Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli
representative to Washington and
Ruth Gruber, special correspond-
ent of the N. Y. Herald Tribune,
who has just returned from cover-
ing the Holy Land scene.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
IIr. less Spirer at
Itvi h David PTA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER,,,
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth El, 590 S.W.
17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Cantor Milton Friedman.
Fri.i:iy evening services at B:16;
Saturday i.....wing at h. Student serv-
ices at 10 a.m. Rai>>i Qrauer win
speak on "The BereshlSthe Begin-
ning." Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by
Shalos Setldos. Sunday School at 10
a.m. Religious School dully.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Piiii.iy evening services at 5:80. Sat-
urday morning at 8:80. Rabbi Mes-
Obeloff Will speak on "The Beginning
of ii New World Jr. services held
for children of elementary school age
in the Religious School annex at 10
a.m. under direction of Max Bertman
of the faculty. Klddush will be served
under direction of Mrs. Joseph Bren-
ner. Mlncha at 5:80 folowed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
ii the Portion of the Week. Sunday
School at 9:80 8 in. Induction exercises
Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Adults are
invited.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
l-'riday evening services at 5:30;
Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Rack-
ovsky will preach on "A New Be-
ginning." At 4 p.m. the Rabbi will
speak on "Law and Order.'' Mincha
at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudoe and
Maarlv.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
l-'riday evening services at 5:30. The
Brownies, Intermediates and Scout
Troop of the Y.M.H.A. will have spe-
cial Sabbath services at 8 p.m. com-
memorating Girl Scout Week. Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Simon April will speak on "Struggle
for Existence." Mlncha at i> p.m.
followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi
Will speak on the Portion of the Week.
Sunday School at 1" a.m.; Hebrew
School Dally from 8:15 to >!:i"i p.m.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Raab "ill speak on "Who Bhaii
Lead Us?" Ulyan Druoker at the
organ, A reception will follow the
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Genesis
and Geology."
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Are., Fort Lauderdale.
Frlda> evening services at s.
Holly wood-Lcruderdale
Hadassah Knit Group
At its regular monthly meeting
held in October, the Hollywood-
Ft. Lauderdale Chapter of Ha-
dassah formed a volunteer knit-
ting group to knit supplies for
Palestine's needy children.
Persons wishing to assist may
communicate with Mrs. Louis J.
Golden, president, at 342 XR. Also
on the program, conducted by
vice president Mrs. Max Kauf-
man, was a discussion by Rabbi
Max Kaufman on strife in the
Negev district.
A playlet entitled, "You Were
There Too," was presented to the
membership. Those participating
included Mrs. Arthur Brill, Mrs.
Kaufman, Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs.
Isadore Orgel, Mrs. Theo Tager,
Mrs. Lillian Donner and Mrs.
William Lewis.
Chairman of the program was
Mrs. Earl Brown. New members
recently joining Hadassah include
Mrs. E. Firestone, Mrs. M. Bohrer,
Mrs. L. Handshu and Mrs. M.
Hausman.
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Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services at 5:45;
Saturday morning at S::io. Student
services at 10:50. Klddush to follow
services In the auditorium. Hebrew
school daily Monday through Thurs-
day. First in the series of late Fri-
day evening services will begin Fri-
day. November 5.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Frtdav evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kaufman will speak. Saturday
morning services at 10. Religious
school at 10:30. Registration from !
a.in. to 6 p.m. dally.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Sabbath Services at .">:o0 p.m. Satur-
day at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
preach on "The Portion of the Law."
Bar Mltsva of Richard Sirkin. Cantor
Goldring will chant at all services
Junior Congregation services Saturday
9:30 a.m. Monday 9:30 a.m. and 6
p.m. and Tuesday 9:30 a.m., Sundav
School 10 to 12 noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The
Religious Symbolism of the Israeli
Flag and Crest." An Oneg Shabbat
will follow the services in the patio.
Saturday morning services at 10:40.
Robert Alan Lachman will become
Mar Mltzvah.
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Obituaries
RABBI AVIGDOR GOLDEN
60, of 734 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, passed away Monday eve-
ning at his home following a
lengthy illness. Rabbi Golden, a
longtime resident, was the author
of several volumes of short stories
written in Yiddish as well as
considerable verse. His works ap-
peared frequently in the national
Jewish dailies. During his life-
time he officiated at various con-
gregations throughout the area
as cantor for the High Holy Days
Services were held Wednesday
at Beach Memorial Chapel. Inter-
ment followed at Mt. Sinai Ceme-
tery. Surviving are his wife Dina.
a son Hairy and two daughters
Louise and Sally.
MRS. SARAH KAPLAN
si of ::n4 Ocean Drive, passed away
October T2 at the Alton Road Hospital.
Mrs. Kaplan, who came here from
i.ong Beach ten years ago, is sur-
vived by her husband Benjamin; her
daughters, Mrs. E, Kaufman and Mrs
Rertha Cohn: and her sons Samuel,
Irving and Bernard. Arrangements
were in charge of the Riverside
Memorial Chapel with interment at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated.
SAMUEL H. LESCHEL
S3, of l'.n Tlgertall Ave., passed
away last Thursday evening. Sur-
vivors are his Wife, Hlsie: a son,
Herschel; his mother, Mrs. Mollle
Llfshuts; a brother, David I.lfshutz
of Denver, Colo.; 2 sisters. Mrs. May
Luby, Mrs. Bede Ross, both of Miami.
Mr. I.eschel was a member of Temple
Israel, the Harvey Seeds Post Ameri-
can Legion, the Sholem Lodge of
B'nnl rt'rith. The remains were sent
to Denver, Colo., for services and
interment by the Miami Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
LOUIS MOGUL
At Miami Beach died on October
M. Surviving was his wife Esther.
Riverside Meiuorlla chapel was in
Charge <'f local arrangements.
DAVID MARMORSTEIN
87, of 1887 S.W. 15th St., died Mon-
day. He is survived by his wife a
son. Jerry; a daughter, all of Miami;
i brothers, William of Miami, Edward
of Chicago, and .lack, Alex and Max
of Cleveland; 2 sisters, Mrs Pearl
itosenfeld of Cleveland and Mrs Lil-
lian Bokar of N. Y. C. Remains were
sent tc. Cleveland for burial by the
Miami Riverside Memorial chapel
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open the organization's first event
of the season on Monday, Nov. 1
at 8 p.m. with a Get Acquainted
party at the Beth David syna-
gogue.
Both parents and teachers will
take the opportunity to meet each
other and discuss problems relat-
ing to the welfare of the student
body. Guest speaker for the eve-
ning will be Dr. Jess Spirer, who
will talk on "The Insecure Child."
Dr. Spirer came to the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1945 as pro-
fessor of Psychology and Socio-
logy. Six months later he de-
veloped the "University Gradu-
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South Florida.
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PAGE SIXTEEN Jewish ftoridtiann FRIDAY, OCTOBER Eleven To Go To Atlantic City Hadassah Meet Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah has selected 11 delegates to represent it at the 34th annual convention of the Women's Zionist Organization of America, scheduled for Atlantic City, N. J. from November 5 to 9. The delegates are Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Isadore Newman, representing the Miami Beach Group; Mrs. H. C. Moser, president of the Miami Group; Mrs. Leo Levin, president of the Deborah Group; Miss Lillian Goodman, Miss Rosalyn Klein, Miss Esther Goodman, Mrs. William Keller, representing the B & P Groups. More than 5,000 delegates and guests are expected to attend the conclave which will be asked to approve a $5,935,000 budget, largest in the organization's history. The sum will maintain hospitals, mother-and-child care stations, playgrounds, recreation centers and summer and day camps, and other auxiliary health services in Israel. Its main institution is the Hadassah hospital on Mt. Scopus outside Jerusalem. Mrs. Sirkin, president of the local chapter who heads the contingent, stated this to be the first national Hadassah gathering since the establishment of the State of Israel. Heading national convention arrangements are Mrs. David B. Greenberg of New York, and Mrs. David Stein of Philadelphia. The five-day meeting will be held in Atlantic City's Convention Hall. Speakers include Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, national president; Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli representative to Washington and Ruth Gruber, special correspondent of the N. Y. Herald Tribune, who has just returned from covering the Holy Land scene. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Holly wood-Lauderdale Hadassah Knit Group At its regular monthly meeting held in October, the HollywoodFt. Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah formed a volunteer knitting group to knit supplies for Palestine's needy children. Persons wishing to assist may communicate with Mrs. Louis J. Golden, president, at 342 XR. Also on the program, conducted by vice president Mrs. Max Kaufman, was a discussion by Rabbi Max Kaufman on strife in the Negev district. A playlet entitled, "You Were There Too," was presented to the membership. Those participating included Mrs. Arthur Brill, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs. Isadore Orgel, Mrs. Theo Tager, Mrs. Lillian Donner and Mrs. William Lewis. Chairman of the program was Mrs. Earl Brown. New members recently joining Hadassah include Mrs. E. Firestone, Mrs. M. Bohrer, Mrs. L. Handshu and Mrs. M. Hausman. MARTHA ZALL MODISTE Formerly with Lily Ruben Located at 407 15th ST., MIAMI BEACH Specializing In afternoon and evening wear Sizes: 10-44; 14H-24I*. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth El, 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Graucr. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening servlcea at 5:15: Saturday morning at 9. h'tudent service! it 10 a.m, Rabbi Orauer will s]>eak on "The Ren-shis—the Beginning." Mlncha ;it 5 p.m. followed by ShnloH S. udos Sunday School at 10 a.m. Religious School daily. Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning t 8:SO. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Beginning of a New World Jr. services held for children of elementary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at 5:30 folowed by Shalos S'euilos. Italihi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at :•::;i> a.m. Induction exercises Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Adults are invited. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:30; Saturday morning at S:30. Rabbi Rackovskv will preach on "A New Beginning." At 4 p.m. the Rabbi will speak on "Law and Order.'' Mlncha at 4:30 followed bv Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5:30. The Brownies, Intermediates and Soout Troop of the Y.M.H.A. will have special Sabbath services at 8 p.m. commemorating Girl Scout Week. Saturday morning services at !• a.m. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "Struggle for Existence." Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi will speak on the 1'ortlon of the Week. Sunday School at In a.m.; Hebrew School Dally from 3:111 to 6:15 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. I'i'iday evening aervlcefl at 5:45; Saturday morning at 8:80. Student services at 10:30. Klddush to follow services in the auditorium. Hebrew school daily Monday through Thursday. First in the series of late Friday evening services will begin Friday. November 5. Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8.15. Kabhi Kaufman will speak. Saturday morning services at in. Religious school al 10:80, Registration from V a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Sabbath Services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Portion of the Law." Bar Mltsva of Richard Sirkin. Cantor Ooldring will chant at all services. Junior Congregation services Saturday 9:30 a.m, Monday 9:80 a.m. ami (5 p.m. and Tuesday :30 a.m.. Sunday School 10 to 12 noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Religious Symbolism of the Israeli Flag and Crest." An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services in the patio. Saturday morning services at 10:45. Robert Alan Lachman will become Bar Mitzvah. REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening service* at 8:16. Rabbi Raah will speak on "Who .Shall Lead IJB." I.ilyan Prucker at the organ, A reception will follow the ser\ iees. ... Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Oeneala and Geology." Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Friday "evening services at 8. Obituaries RABBI AVIGDOR GOLDEN 60, of 734 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, passed away Monday evening at his home following a lengthy illness. Rabbi Golden, a longtime resident, was the author of several volumes of short stories written in Yiddish as well as considerable verse. His works appeared frequently in the national Jewish dailies. During his lifetime he officiated at various congregations throughout the area I as cantor for the High Holy Days. Services were held Wednesday at Beach Memorial Chapel. Interment followed at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Surviving are his wife Dina, a son Harry and two daughters Louise and Sally. Or. .§** Spirer at Beth Oavid PTA Mrs. Max Feldman, president of Beth David PTA, will officially open the organization's first event of the season on Monday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. with a Get Acquainted party at the Beth David synagogue. Both parents and teachers will take the opportunity to meet each other and discuss problems relating to the welfare of the student body. Guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. Jess Spirer, who will talk on "The Insecure Child." Dr. Spirer came to the University of Miami in 1945 as professor of Psychology and Sociology. Six months later he developed the "University Graduate Centre," of which he is director. At present, Dr. Spirer's interest is in the establishment of the Haven School, for he of mentally deficient child South Florida. ren GORDON ROOFING I SHEET METAL WOW? Have your roof repal r T2* will s.v. on n.w' r Vfr.;'"l "Satisfactory wgff* Experiences Men by 414 MUnUr" MRS. SARAH KAPLAN 81, of :',ni Ocean Drive, passed away October 22 at the Alton Road Hospital. Mrs. Kaplan, who came here from Long Beach ten years ago, is survived by her husband Rcnjarniu: her daughters, Mrs. K. Kaufman and Mrs. Berths Conn: and her sons Samuel. Irving and Bernard). Arrangements were In charge of the Riverside Memorial Chapel with interment at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. SAMUEL H. LESCHEL : %  ?.. of 1644 Tlgertall Ave., passed away last Thursday evening. Survivors are his wife. Klsle: a son. Herschel; his mother, Mrs. Mollle Mfshltts: a brother, David I.lfshutz of Denver. Colo.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mac Ulby, Mrs. Beds Ross, both of Miami. Mr l.eschel was a member of Temple Israel, the Harvey Seeds Post American Legion, the Sholem Lodge of B'nal R'rith. The remains were sent to Denver, Colo., for services and interment by the Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel. WASH ROOM SANITATION SERVICE 1&S ODORITE OF FLORIDA CO. Patented Lavador Deodorizer for Filling Stations, Restaurants, Nite Clubs 81 N.W. 8th Ave. Ph. 2-1338 Top Price Paid f w MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 To If** DRINK-PLENTY OF '\*Jt *t.T "•• Water D>.U'.mb TO'tOUn HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES .... 5-GALLON BOTTLE.... Jfc '•IVJ tottlt Deport PHONE 2.4,126 L EO EISENSTEIN • RtatiM. Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Yean of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Belch I LOUIS MOGUL At Miami Beach died on October -I Surviving waa his wife Bather. Riverside Memorlla chapel was in chaiKe of local arrangements, DAVID MARMORSTEIN :i7. of 1887 8.W. ISth St., died Monday. He is survived bj his wife a son, Jerry; a daughter, nil of Miami i brother*, William of Miami, Edward of Chicago, and .lack. Ale* and Max of Cleveland; Bisters, Mrs Pearl Rosenfeld of Cleveland and Mrs Lillian Bokar of X. y. c. Remains were sent to Cleveland for burial by the %  '"ami Riverside Memorial chapel Specialist in Private Instruction at Pupil's Home Bar Mitzva Preparation II. If. HAOIAN Excellent Hebrew Teacher Phone 5-2738 .Strictly Kosher Catering For All Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hetel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 111 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 ARK YOU LONESOME? Join the CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Street Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 pan. to 10 p.m. WRITE P.O. BOX 3468 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. 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PAGE TWO +Jeistfkjrklk*r_ FRIDAY, OCTOBER M affi 77/ 5a v... By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Mikva: Ritual Bath age and hollowed out smoothly : "What is that?" pretty much like a bathtub. aana. %  A ath See:: i had poisoned w • '*-:-. reverReturning to Mad: I the Natiw per.': to the wide roc n iimt nt< Thi ; ficenl eetior I ting ordered from the Re! artists by thi Spar king! i the hft] palleor.s wi ng in hea] of cold and silvei from Mi and Peru. The Curat r of this Museum knew little English but Ice German fluently. He corroborated the stat< ment made by n • :• %  ; li it Granada. Reason for • ; Fe :;r.and and Isabella, very zealous defenders of the faith., did not want their Catholic subjects to take on such • :••. %  %  • •:• :.: : ..-r.lan, customs as bathing. We got into a lengthy discus•. on hygiene in the old days The Senoi i closed some surprising information, tin fruit of his resi '• I %  I ng b go, : -. rdly bat i Thi : • %  -•-• •' stuck to his skin and : to be cut away Even the nobility w< re filt j They used perfumeto kill the foul odors issuing out of their unwashed bodies. No wonder epidemics took hold and spread so rapidly. Its Importance in the Past .".:•. r.ind revert* I thi Mikva ritual bath institute-: by thi Rabbis. During thosi : century mity la provide a pool of ning % %  ati It was a :.:.-.••. rticle of fa. :. f< r • very • • • Mikva at li Othi e he was unfit t enjo; th< nbre beauty of tl For %  r. a erii : blution ven evised to mainl thi \ ni thi purin t "" of conjugal It %  • of Judaism • ..-.•.•' t an < f hohm .-.bout neci that %  =.-..reeert set -; re 3 :i : =r —I the two I -: a %  :-• : %  -_ %  ----Community Chest Day Has Been Set For Nov. 7 Sunday, November 7, has been designated as Community Chest Sunday in the Protestant churches of Dade County. This was announced by Albert R. Klemer, chairman of the Community Chest Sunday committee. Plans are in progress to have carefully selected high school boys and girls representing the YMCA and YWCA make brief presentations of the Community Chest appeal to each church congregation on that Sunday. The date is the first Sunday after the November 5 opening of general solicitation for the 1949 Community Chest cam which concludes on November 23 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Pan, ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 .' %  .'-> Gail Grossman ::.s_= Gail Grossman is a recent .:,:of the University of M:atni She received her Bachelor : Arts degree, as an English %  • -7 •---•%  • %  • and plans a writing career. .... r- • — _%  %  : : ; £ Miss Grossman is the daughter :' Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Grossman .... .:.; -f -.454 Walton Ave., New York. '"_" ".., : .... w _. ..... ,. .. ell-known winter visitors in the ...... ...'.'. : ..;. ; jrea. who have been visiting here %  J* J2~JSL."S5i ** ing :s fror ~ i ;:: :an : course, point tc every -' .inter home in Coral Gables. h althy livng 1 • dii ••. nitary of 1 • leva] I. •<; en th< plaf • n thin thi is far -.-.-. .. •1 at id( During the Black Deal ourge 25 million I pi op tion of the ign t, tern ipartment in the r. equipped with tile bathrooms or hot and cold showers. He car. also quote Cicei § famous ma: •When the reason for a law the law itself should cease.'* Yet I. for ne, would not advocate abolishing the Mikva %  r as a religious rite or a genie measure. We who live in most up-to-date of cities are likely to forge* that even in this dern world all people are not tunately situated. And who knows what the future has in store for u? in this atomic age? When in Paris. I visited the old St. Paul district, named after the Metro (subway) station. Here is a Ghetto inhabited by the poor, broken, refugees who escaped Hitler's death trains. Receiving • eir support from the J.D.C., they live huddled together in the old-fashioned railroad flats of 5-storied buildings—many without running water, much less bathrooms. I asked a woman who spoke excellent German how they managed to keep clean. This widow of a Munich manufacturer answered: "The Mikva close by, near the old Synagogue." Then, with a bitter smile, she continued, "We used to scoff fspotten) at this heilign bad. as old-fashioned, and no longer necessary. Now I thank God there is a Mikva where we can bathe without charge at least once a week." IN THE MAIL Hat's Off Editor Jewish Floridian: My hat's off to a fine gentleman. Burnett Roth. Most all of us agree that the greatest document ever written was the American Constitution. Nothing in the great precept reads of race or creed. Like the great Philosopher Voltaire there is still a cinder in the eye of the learned gentleman that writes vour weekly column. HERMAN BARNETT 1326 15th St., Miami Beach. HAROLD'S. INC. tiairdresfters 1D39 LINCOLN RDAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-0467, 5-046B 440 E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 407 Biacayne Birio. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Doctor Elected Dr. Louis Sigal, of 1060 N.W. 79th St., was elected a trustee of the American Osteopathic Hospital association at the group's annual meeting Thursday in Atlantic City. LONELY? Why not meet someone who wants to meet you? Enjoy life with a congenial companion thru our organization; one of Learn our new plan Make appointment today, the oldest and largest of its kind. CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St. Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M. A ***i p.0KEAC|f Br\RLEY n n


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TiMS-ravi'v;PAGE FOURTEEN +Jenisf fhrMi^r TODAY OCTOBER 29. 1940 SIR rTFR£Fg T fAMUEL f% 00 VCIO BY NORMANiSOl NOOEl, TEXT BY MABC RUTN ER hi i": : '-i <* EM6UH 7*T HE WAS BAHLY 35 ffARS OLD WHi BEC^E PARLIAMENTARY WDEl-S CTARV TO THE HOME OrflCE. FOUR YEARS lATER.HEWASAMEMSEROfTHEriVr COUNCIL •XtaTEO IN OXFORP.riE EAMY IE:U: iTER£STEP IN FOUT.IAL AfFA.*5.H£ RAN F0 PARLIAMEST AS A UKM1 ij IW AH3 *AS ElKT£P.THOS MMK IL0N6 miK 5:i. B CUKI *%  nwTwuirm>MroTMEM ~ S i; "• is: MTE&R "• l*fctfT RIM ; 6 TO mi StttfTARTSll •OfTME now! i-' ri : s: :: :• -: HAS MAM KM :-" : : '-: : w :*.":':-" ; -! % %  • f E v : •": A 4 m r y v J li IN NICHE BECAME POSTMASTER-GENERA! T FIRST JiW TO HOLD THIS POSITIONED A %  ••• %  r r r\," --v tl'liQCD AC Tllf DQlTirir FULL-FLEDGED MEMBER OF THE BRITISH CABINET. :^53W3 HEA6A.N BKAUISia ''* %  0F Afr;,^ 3!. .935 ni W5 'WJSEN TITULAR HEAD OF 7HI "BiR*L PARTY. HE WAS CHAIRMAN C' T HE MUSTIM ELECTRIC CORPORATION -ID CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL M GfAMA* JEWRY. s ;:: -• *::•:-*"£: AN :; : s":s, AST-: F R$T BRITIS" H 6H COMM 5 M t^ "0 PALESTINE. *-i*i -i Sc*'ED %  A 1937 HE WAS MAM A VISCOUNT. HE HAS BEEN PRESIDENT TOR MANY YEARS OF THE BRITISH INSTITUTE Of PHILOSOPHY. A WRITER AND STATESMAN.HE IS STlU CIEATU INTERESTED IN JEWISH AFFAIRS fOT*i£T 1944 • ilwi$ItlMtAMK MCNCV JEWS IN SPORTS Al! N V ; ver H rry Ma! kson's eli %  .-%  .: %  .:h.€ Mike tistic dynasty Evi York • "• .-'. : his way to g I for the ting ... • ertain 1 enjoj t g .. find in the fighl %  -.-.A • I VD J lleg< Harry i esn'1 I .%  like a J. E : :e: and .-. i -..-..:.. %  .-%  • %  ..-.• .--.•-.. that i e a: home r. a law office r in ther -.p. :'-..-.-. r. gs. As i t; t thi .._:. terial to the wriU ver and sine >n that scriveners rneo l ..-: gu: Working '' • .-:. I • e world, bui esrr.c th ap Harry nevei failed I i< a bang-uj In ..-..%  • is fight utiei -. • nly awai %  probl* f .... • :.. tive p^: : in rganizati been kn % %  •. a u ent( %  • Biscayne Blvd. Chiropractic Clinic { Has Been Opened By Dr. J. A. Wood ^|. iis chiropractic practice in jliuj this : Cha.-".-.-* n. N C In charge of his A '•'•' 3 in new buildings C n offices now is Dr. t 7481 B; v Bl' "•" : v; : v r JI vet f the National The new lini _. _. the latest x-ray ^r.d electrother:C • mChicag on treat M • nts regenerating nerve and Until now, and muscle tissue, and improving gen" • past : r years, he conducted e ral health. Dr. Wood's spec:--' terest is in gastric and stomach HSO KOVH Ca*P rheumatic cond WASHINGTON ;.A— Pi siu, -,v | .. president of ~ '".;":. T v A-sr • Kenneth c R yall n toteS N n for_informatior t the A %  s ,. __ na £nd Virginia: a in Champagne, TJ] lid postgraduate nurs:r.g work in Detro:t" Children H -; ital and the Clini as been uiati : %  •• .-. Wood for 12 an. %  K-:h frrr. '.:fe :: f:ur '"" '. : : the N.C. Exist president of the N.C. State Chiros A A: my sp : : %  '. ': '' r v %  %  %  •• %  • Assr Ho heloed orga:lize the letter I udent Carolina's Golden Gloves for un%  further %  .Hi • • • • • B yal sked G• is D Clay t< make n r i K night • vitl • a few days. He s lad estimated that it v ntil Oct. 15 t th thai taki about fivi %  I -v ml : "-" • tens in ( •/• : | .. rprivileged .Idren. InCharles• %  was a mi : th< Scottish Rite Shriners. Or. tafl s Miss Rose Con:. te of Met ;• H -; ita USTEN TO THE Jewish Musi<*al Hoar W-BAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 AM. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 AM. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director AMAZING ECONOMY! OIL HOUSE HEATING STEEL ERECTING HAULING Nent Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction mm/if LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given SEE YOUR DEALER -OR CALL US! to^lto his violin — hi orvhestra Limited engagements now ac::. ssc gggg ed. Phones 83-1805, 2-4366 %  r-r StSSS —f. **- %  If H'lTMIinf !" J



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1948 +Jenisti fh)r£dfiaifi PAGE ELEVEN dominations For Officers On Nov. 3 The annual nomination meeting of the Miami Y will be held on Wednesday evening, November 3 at 8:30 p.m., at the new building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Nominates will be made for president, three vice president:, secretary, treasurer, three members of the board for three years, and 36 members of the board for one year. ... George Chertkof is chairman of the nominating committee. Serving with him on the committee are Eugene Weiss, Charles Cohen. Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Sam Weber, Sam Traurig and David Kornberg. Kliaim Gale, newly appointed southern regional director of the Jewish Welfare Board, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Julius Samuels will present a vocal program accompanied by Mr. Samuels, pianist. B & P Party Changed From Kaplan Hall The membership party for prospective members of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah originally scheduled for Kaplan Hall, will be held in the patio of the Miami Y on Sunday, Oct. 31, at 3 p.m. Mrs. L. Moser, president of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah, will be guest speaker. A short welcoming talk will be delivered by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, advisor for the group. Miss Ruth Steinberg, chairman of the program and arrangements. will be assisted by the Misses Thelma Smolensky and Fanny Levitt, refreshment committee; and Mrs. Rita Abbott, invitation committee. Members, their friends and others interested in the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah are urged to attend. Further information may be obtained from Miss Steinberg at 2-6839. Sisterhood Event Planned The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El (former Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation) is conducting a membership drive which will culminate in an event held later this month. Chairman of preparations is Mrs. Max Rappaport. Prospective Sisterhood members may reach her at 83-1941. • S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C1BD 1D10 Telephone 5-9017 EXTERMINATING COMPANY TERMITE CONTROL SPECIALISTS Free inspection and estimates 5 year guarantee PHONE: 78-6815 7664 N.W. 17th PL Miami. Fla. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod SoU and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER 3,000,000 Cans of Top-Priority Food Sought In SOS Fail Drive Joint Hostesses Stage Luneheon For SOS Project Mrs. Louis Auerbach and Mrs. Theresa Arnold will be joint hostesses at an SOS luncheon at Mrs. Auerbach's home, 5888 S.W. 31st St., Miami, at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 3, for the Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress. The luncheon, for the SOS diaper project, is one in a series of benefit events taking place in support of the current Supplies for Overseas Survivors drive. Members and friends of the group are urged to phone either of the hostesses for a reservation to this luncheon. Assisting the hostesses will be the Mesdames A. A. Haden, Ben Essen, David Rabinowitz, Herbert Scher, William Loeb, Al Nemets, J. Belanoff, Jerry Kimball, Herbert Kraus, M. Lubin and Philip Brody. Throughout Europe Jews supplement their meager, starchy rations with cans of food provided by the SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection of the Joint Distribution Committee. Top left photo shows children at the Neu Freiman Camp, near Munich, Germany, enjoying a mid-afternoon snack. Photos at left and top right show Roumanian refugees, passing through Hungary, receiving special food allotments from the JDC. To meet the urgent overseas need for high-protein, vitamin-rich food, SOS has issued a call for 3,000,000 cans of top-priority food, including: meats, fish, fats, oils, juices, milk, fruit and cocoa. Also sought in the campaign are 1,250,000 layette items (25.000 complete layettes) and 850,000 lbs. of new clothing. SOS supplies supplement the purchases of the JDC for its overseas relief and rehabilitation programs made possible by ihe United Jewish Appeal. Brownies' Services Held In honor of Girl Scout Week, Rabbi Simon April conducted special services at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation for the Brownies, Intermediates, and Scout Troops of the Miami Y on Wednesday. Hotel l.roiiii Names Ilivkind Samuel Rivkind of the Raleigh hotel, was elected president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners' assn. Thursday. Other new officers are: Vice presidents, Dr. David Andron of the Albion hotel and Stuart Moore of the Northshore hotel; secretary, Harry H. Cohen of the New Yorker hotel, and treasurer, Ed Singer of the National hotel. Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI. INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright—Cheerful—Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly Kosher Meals— 24 hour nursing care Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Special Diets Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always on call I. GERTMAN, Director For information write or phone 82-5395 |-7I0 S. W. 12th AV. 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fewiislfcUEIIipjpidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY g^jME^-NUMBER 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS IS. Envoys at U. N. Mum on Truman Statement 'our Point Program offered by Israel PARIS, (JTA>—Visibly embarrassed by the statement on kel which President Truman issued this week in Washington, [American delegation here maintained silence, countering questions about a possible revision of the Marshall policy L iupport for the Bernadotte plan with a tight lipped "no comjt." John Foster Dulles, while distributing copies of Gov ^mas E. Dewey's letter to the American Christian Palestine aittee in New York, refused to expand or explain Dewey's „on in support of the Republican party's platform on Israel. Meanwhile, a leading member of the Israeli delegation (lined the following four-point program of positive action which i General Assembly could take to settle the Palestine gues. 1. Admission of the Jewish state to U.N. membership, which plies United Nations recognition of it. 2. Recommendation by the Assembly that the Arab armies [withdrawn from Palestine and that a peace conference be between the Jews and the Arabs. 3. Direct Anglo-Jewish negotiations to follow for the settling lutstanding guestions by mutual agreement. 4. Appointment by the United Nations of a conciliation ittee modelled on the Good Office Committee at work in mesia to help the parties negotiate an agreement. The :esman served notice that such a commission would not be litted to interfere in the internal affairs of Israel. It was learned that Israel's application for U.N. membership 1 be presented shortly, certainly before the termination of the embly session. It has been indicated in top level British Ration sources that the United Kingdom is not planning to > the Israeli application in the Security Council. The present %  pect is that the British and Chinese will both abstain when | question arises. Th statements by Truman and Dewey reaffirming their ty platform planks in support of the Jewish state "show clearbat the American people is opposed to plans prejudicing the Itical and territorial integrity of Israel," a spokesman for the peli delegation here declared. The Democratic party's plank, reiterated by Truman, that iifications of the boundaries of Israel as set by the U.N. tition decision should not be made unless they are fully sfactory to the Jewish state, cannot be sguared with attempts adopt Bernadotte's suggestions to deprive Israel of 60 percent fts terntory, the spokesman said. He pointed out that the tte proposals do not have the acquiescence of Israel. Egypt's Power Is Crashed By Israeli Drive TEL AVIV—Egyptian offensive power in Palestine has been crushed by Israel's Oct. 14-21 offensive in the Negev desert, Haganah's military chief declared Wednesday. At the same time a spokesman announced that Israel will not yield positions won in that offensive except by negotiation. Security Council Emergency Meeting PARIS, (JTA)—Sen. Warren Austin, president of the Security Council, called an emergency session of the Council this week following Egyptian complaints that Israel is continuing military operations in the Negev in violation of the U.N. cease-fire order. The decision to convene the Security Council folowed closely on the heels of a Political Committee decision to postpone consideration of the Palestine problem until Oct. 30. The vote was 19 to 16, with 14 abstentions. The Polish delegate, immediately after the vote was cast, charged that the real reason for the new delay was that the U. S. government refuses to become involved in the Palestine dispute until after the American Presidential elections on Nov. 2. GIVE SUPPLIES CHUcmi if HI imi MsiiiNiwi CMMinn ^/IHIUBWITOWMH-sy One Thousand Volunteers Are Urgently Needed For SOS Drive On November 14 One thousand volunteers are needed immediately for trie Greater Miami SOS food canvass on Sunday, November 14, for Europe's needy Jews, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, SOS chairman, announced today. The SOS committee reguires volunteer workers to help in folding and mailing the SOS paper sacks. These sacks will be sent to every Jewish family in Greater Miami with an appeal to "fill the sack" with eight nutritious canned foods, milk, fruit, fruit juices, meat, fish, cocoa, fats, and oil. Mrs. Ratner also asked volunteers to sign up for the Collection Day activities, including pick-ups, packing, and sortinq. In addition, cars and trucks are needed to pick up and deliver the SOS contributions to the Collection Depot on November 14. Volunteers for any of the canvass activities should call the SOS headquarters, 5-5319, and leave their name with Miss Rosenberg, chairman of the volunteers committee. In issuing the call for volunteers, Mrs. Ratner pointed out that only complete coverage of the community would be sufficient to meet the current needs of Europe's Jews. "This is an emergency campaign," said Mrs. Ratner. "It is a drive to provide the body-building foods to strengthen Jewish survivors for their journey to Israel, America, and other countries. This is a campaign to help the Jews of Western and Eastern Europe as they struggle to achieve economic independence." A spur to the SOS campaign is the Nov. 7 midnight show to be staged at the Flamingo Theatre, Lincoln Rd., by the area's top entertainers. The all-star show was planned this week at a meeting in the Beach Y, by WMBM's Ed. and Jean Harris, Lillian Fox, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Jacob Schacter. Walter Winchell has been invited to serve as master of ceremonies. Expected at the Flamingo midnight show is Barry Gary, with spotlight names from night clubs, radio and hotels. WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Details of the application for a $100,000,000 loan submitted by the Israeli government to the ExportImport Bank here were revealed this week in a statement issued by a spokesman for the Israeli mission to the United States, Disclosing that the application was submitted on June 2, the statement said: "This application requests the participation of the Export-Import Bank in financing a fraction of Israel's immediate requirements of productive investments in resettlement and development. The application and its supporting documents detailed the specific productive purposes for which the requested credit is to be used. Some 120 groups of investment products are listed with approximate real quantities and dollar values to indicate exactly what Israel proposes to buy with the credit. An analysis is given also of the grounds for Israel's confidence that it will be able to repay even far larger credits than $100,000,000 over an adequate period of time. "Information with respect to Israel's credit request has been submitted to the Export-Import Bank, first by the Jewish Agency and later by the Provisional Government of Israel and discussions have taken place at intervals during the past ten months. It is hoped that these negotiations may be brought to an early conclusion because Israel's requirements of productive investments are urgent as a result of the large number of immigrants now entering the country." 6 iai B'rith Americanism Rally Has Russell, Pepper, Smathers Featured Speakers Academy Award winner, Harold Russell, will be greeted P" nival at ,n e International Airport Saturday by William and C. R. Jacobson, representing the B'nai B'rith ncil of Greater Miami. America's most famous amputee hero of World War II will Principal speaker at the Amer. „, movie actor are Sen. Claude A. Pepper and Rep. George A. Smathers. Presiding at the rally will be Miami Mayor Robert L. Floyd. Twelve mayors, councilmen and commissioners will be honored guests, seated on the platform with presidents of all B'nai B'rith Lodges and women's chapters. Included are Marx Faber, Sholem Lodge; Harry Zukernick, Miami Beach; Richard Gerstein, Isaac Levin; Leonard Spiegel, Coral Gables; Irving Cypen, Tropical; A. J. Kaplan, North Shore; B'nai B'rith Young Men, Merton Wetstein. Women's Lodges: Mrs. Harry Gordon, Sholem; Mrs. Harold Turk, Miami Beach; Ethel psm rally sponsored by the M B'nth Council on Sunday, 31, 8:15 p.m. in Bayfront k. Russell's topic is "Freedom he American Way." Also featon the program with the 5r>*~. Claude Pepper Pont, Emma Lazarus; Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, Rose Chapter; Mrs. Stanley Phillips, North Shore; Donna Feldman, Debbs; Gloria Farkas, Clara Landau. The University of Miami 73piece band will begin playing at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman with a minister and a priest will memorialize the Four-Chaplain story of World War II. The complete program is as folsored by the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. It commemorates the 105th anniversary of B'nai B'rith, the country's oldest Jewish service organization. The complete progra mis as follows: Invocation; Pledge of Allegiance; Presentation of Colors (Jewish War Veterans); Address of Welcome by William L. Pallot, Council president; Introduction of mayors, commissioners, city councilmen and B'nai B'rith leaders; University of Miami band; Sen. Claude Pepper; the Four Chaplain story; Musical novelty —University of Miami band; Representative George A. Smathers; Musical Number; Academy Award winner, Harold Russell; Star Spangled Banner; Benediction. The event is open to the public at no admission charge. Don't Fail To Vote Tuesday Nov* 2nd Truman-Dewey Issue Statements NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Palestine issue was injected into the Presidential campaign this week following publication of a letter by Republican candidate Gov. Dewey to the American Christian Palestine Committee in which he reaffirmed his "wholehearted support" for the Republican party's platform pledge of last June of "full recognition to Israel with its boundaries sanctioned by the U.N." Soon after release of Dewey's communication, President Truman issued a statement in Washington deploring the fact that "the Republican candidate for President has seen fit to release a statement with reference to Palestine," and announced that he would approve no change in the U.N. partition of Palestine that in turn was not acceptable to the state of Israel. George Smathers Cease Fire Order Ends Negev War TEL AVIV, (JTA)—In their last drive before the Negev battle ended Sunday Israeli troops drove forward to the very gates of Gaza, by now deserted of all its inhabitants except the military garrison. Before the truce went into •



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 Jen Ist nurkUan PAGE FIVE : ilm Series Opens [Hew Discussions By Miami Council • The World Before Your Eyes" the theme for this year's Ifonims sponsored by Miami SeeItion National Council of Jewish %  Women, and directed by Mrs. Isvdnrv L. Weintraub. 'First in the film forum series |of sue will fce held on Friday, NoIvembcr 5. at 2 p.m., at the Colony Restaurant The film is entitled Epoes It Matter What You Think," hollowed by a round-table discus fcion. i i J Series tickets may be purchased /om Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, [forum chairman, or Mis. Harry L. Isrhiff. co-chairman. Individual Emission is at the door. Preceding the forum, at 1 p.m. [a class on public speaking will be lopen to twenty-five members. %  Members of this class will be [rained and directed by Mrs. Syd[ney L. Weintraub, and will participate in the discussions at the Ifilm forums. This workshop will jalso be held at the Colony Restlaurant. Proceeds from these forums are [ us cd to maintain Council's Scholarships in the University of (Miami. mine And White l>a ms to Compete [For Win Place All B'nai B'rith youth groups [will compete in a city-wide "Blue and White Day" two-team competition to swell contributions to Israel from local B'nai B'rith | groups. The competitions are announced I for Oct. 30 and 31. The Blue Team general is Eddie Tescher; Stanley Click heads the White Team. The Blue Team includes Sigma Rho ALS. Hillel AZA, Hillel BBG Gems and Wirtx groups. The [White Team numbers AZA Chapter 322, AZA Bob Blumenthal Chapter and Royal Palm, BZB and BBG No. 14 and Dora August I Chapter. Over-all chairman of both teams | is Eddie Zwig. Activities will list points for talent shows, dance contests, | judging for costumes, and providing Aid-to-Israel clothing and [ food boxes. On Sunday, outdoor activities [ conducted at Greynolds Park will I include boys' and girls' tug-ofwar, novelty races, and a Blue and White flag rush designed to [culminate the day. The entire program is under I the general direction of Howard Liebman. B'nai B'rith youth organization director for the state I of Florida. Boys and girls between the ages [of 14 and 18 interested in affiliating with the youth organiza[ tion may communicate with Lieb1 man at 506 Pacific Building or at 9-7996. Rabbi Raab In Navy Day Ship Memorial Service Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the Reform Temple Isaiah, participated in the special Navy Day Memorial service on Sunday. October 24. The service was held at the dock of the Florida Power and Light Company I on Mac-Arthur Causeway aboard 'he Coast Guard Cutter Mocoma. In addition, there were special ceremonies at sea aboard the Mocoma with prayer by Rabbi Raab. Father Justin F. McCart y. S.J. and Reverend Rov G. Pavy. Thanksgiving Eve Dance To Be Top Annual Y Affair First in an elaborate and annual Thanksgiving Eve dance will he held in the new auditorium of the Miami Y on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Festivities beginning at 8 p.m. will initiate the affair, destined to become a major social event of the organization created around a Thanksgiving Day motif. Dance contests, prizes, free refreshments and special party-reservations table have been arranged. Supplying the music for entertainment will be an 8-piece orchestra. Chairman of the Y's social committee in charge of plans is Sam Seitlin. New officers installed for the year at the recent session of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County included Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president (seated, right) and (in front row) Mrs. Irving Lehrman, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Glasser. vice president; Mrs. Isaac Levin, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, record, secretary. Standing in back are Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, registrar; Mrs. George Chertkof. corresponding secretary! and Mrs. Leon Ell, calendar chairman. LeMan Photo Dr. Michelson is Hillel Director \\ Univ. Of Miami Dr. Donald D. Michelson has been appointed to the post of director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, it was announced by President Harold Turk of the Hillel Advisory Council. Dr. Michelson received his A.B. degree from Kentucky State College, his Master's and Ph.D. degrees in history at Peabody Col! ege. After serving as assistant professor of history at Peabody College, he became professor of history and department head of social sciences at Tennessee State College. He is the author of the biography, "William Franklin Phelps" and contributes to numerous professional journals. In Mav of this year he served as a member of the U. S. attorney general's conference on citizenship. Previously, he was director of religious education and assistant to Rabbi Julius Mark at New York's Temple Emanu-El. During the war, he was a lieutenant sr. grade Dr. Donald M. Michelson on board the U.S.S. Savage and saw action in the Pacific and Asiatic theatres. Dr. Michelson, his wife Dorothy, and two children Deborah, 4 and David, 2, will make their home at 2485 S.W. 36th Ave., Miami. Npwsbrief Four new members of the Orange Bowl Advisory committee, Jesse Yarborough, Leonard Usina, Al Lassister and A. J. Henderson, met with the hold-over members, R. D. Freeman, Ralph Ferguson and A. A. Ungar, at a reorganizational meeting this week. Mr. Ungar was again appointed chairman, with Mr. Ferguson serving as vice chairman. Dr. Solinsky To Comment On Film National Council of Jewish Women holds its next regular meeting of the Miami section at the Beach Y on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, social welfare chairman, will introduce Dr. Herman Selinsky, psychiatrist, who will comment on the film to be shown to the group, "The Feeling of Hostility." To be announced at the meeting are the delegates to the Southern* Inter-state conference of the National Council, held in Memphis, Tenn. Gifts To Temple Isaiah Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris of Surfside, Miami Beach, have presented Temple Isaiah with a walnut pulpit. This gift was given in honor of their children. In addition, Mrs. Grace Tucker presented the Temple with two candelabra in memory of her husband. THE BLUEBERRY MUFFIN 2255 W. Flagler Si. Southern Fried Chicken Our Speciality Full Course Dinner $1.35 Ample Free Parking Space MEMORIAL To honor the memory of the late NATHAN SHANDLOFF Will take place on SUNDAY, OCT. 31. 1948 8:30 P.M. sharp at the CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1420 Washington Ave. Miami Beach PROGRAM Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus Ben Yomen, Conductor Recitations of Peretx and Suzkever poems Gdaliah Sandier, executive secretary of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, speaker of the evening. Arranged under the auspices of the Nathan Shandlofi Lodge 192 J.P.F.O. Miami, Fla. Town Hall Forum On Israol Gov't Due Next Monday "The State of Israel—What Form of Government Shall It Have?" will be topic for discussion at the next Town Hall Forum. The forum takes place at the Miami Y on Monday, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m. Chairman of the Miami Y Town Hall Forum committee is Leo Sheiner. Participating in the Israel government discussion will be Shepard Broad, representing the General Zionists; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, representing Mizrachi, and Saul Ashkenazy, for the i .;< or Zionists. Moderator will be Ben Essen. CLEARANCE SALE! ENTIRE STOCK COTTON DRESSES I Bus Transportation To and From HEBREW SCHOOLS MONDAYS & THURSDAYS—Beginning Nov. 1 Highland Park School—3:00 P.M.; Citrus Grove—3:05 P.M.; Kinloch Park—3:10 P.M.; Silver Bluff—3:15 P.M.: Shenandoah Junior High—3:23 P.M.; Shenandoah Elementary—3:30 P.M.; Coral Way—3:37 P.M. Choice of school: Beth David—135 N. W. 3rd Avenue or Beth El (M.J.O.C.) 500 B. 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PAGE TEN +AnitfrkrxJ&r F RIDAY, OCT OBER 29, Here's A Contest + ? %  • ALFRED SEGAL HERE'S A CONTEST! To start with I should says look:ng girl, s-tc^z Sh^ was sitting I I know a lovely &:'when I see on -I arr supposed to re ::' an ar : female beaut; He: blue eyes were Seep in which I would ha self ::' I were young enough I pec pie call the i ~. .: 1 then Uy inclined Yes, the girl i::xri like I could rr.ysel have married long a;: when I tiD a le I wc ild have said l hei I: s noi of your deep blue eyes and the ...... jn youi neca but mainl; because M beauty of your character which is in your face Will you marry me? If she had fa::. Yes I hac:.e;: young man .: I L But all th just looking from my present status awith six grandchildren among whom the famous E S • was the first, as those knc .:..al at her in this colu t time to time during the r;s: eight ar.rl a us. She will be nine in Febi. .. h w time does fly a It seems ly that 1 ting her :..r.r. here She %  : the same I it my and maybe thai I took so f< ndly tc mj caller Now we can go back :: the subject of I column She was saying, Mr Segal, I have a pre blem." : was about to s lovely s that il unfair that anythi g so dark .%  : her bi l intenan Bui such flattery and '. most profi v W U It s a matter at man iagi she i If she was thinkii t inly old ngi tulat< the ab >ut tc marry "But, Mr. Segal it isn't thai Y i •• • I am Christian ft'hile J pro'".(Goodness me, a Chr:;::ar. girl! I couldn't rr.ar:. anyway, wen I young en drown myself in the deep pools no • yself on one of her g Well, she went on. she ar.d the young man %  engaged, that is thi ann u ced in the s .. tj n ti m hi parents "Mind you, Im i I thing against his parents. Thi pie" But they have said he could never through, their door again if he married oul — She didn't want to be responsible It would be an awful injury to art •..-owned him on account of me. uldn'1 it, Mr. Segal?" : sked, what could I do about it? I don t ulw I x :.-. affain that have to do with the eon: really must keep out of that. His parents I the intrusion of a stranger .. use from any pan of this. : to be brushed off that way. Sly ind her vou.-.g mar. had tnought it all ided that I was precisely the one to his parents with some au ugh this column "}oure no them, Mr. Segal. It isn't as if you rang all and pushed yourself in and told what you thought they should do about this. hey read your column regularly and .:e you like a friend and believe everything -.u write, or almost everything." But what could I say to them? What was the pi per th:ng "You see. my dear, as a writer i r the Jewish press I am under certain Jewish risibilities that oblige me to watch my s te P-"' • I thought you were a courageous writer, she C "But." I replied, "there would be just too much excuse the expression) hell for me if I took up %  ur side in this romantic matter. A grandfather rr.e loves peace and there wouldn't be any fo; rr.e if I approved this rr.arr.iage. But, mind you. just between you and me, I.consider you a most ely girl." "It all depends on you." she said with such ; tone of challenge as left me knocked out. "You simply must speak to his parents through you: column." She went or. to tell me that this wasn't just the momentary flame of love of two silly kids thinking they should marry. "We have known each other four years — all through university. Went through the classes tor. If we were foolish kids we could have run -.-en married when we were still in school ited to make sure that we would still care h other after the undergraduate flush of love. We waited until each of us was earning enough to take up the responsibilities of marriage. He has a good job in business, I am a teacher. Y u'll make no mistake if you speak up for us." Well, what could I do? What to say to the boy's nts? How to approach them? I drew deep afts of my pipe. • I know what I'll do," I said finally. "I'll leave it all to the readers of my column to speak to your young_ man's parents. We'll make it a contest with a prize for the best answer." Yes, I will give a year's subscription to this publication for the best answer satisfactory both to this lovely girl ar.d to the parents of her young :. Answers should be addressed to this paper T • may be up to 200 words long. '•V' really can't let the girl down. The ineffable er countenance, the deep pools of her the ringlets nestling on her pretty neck!) TO A Wood Drive NEW YORK. (JTA)—A nationwide campaign for the procurement of millions of pounds of foodstuffs and agricultural commodities within the next 90 days has been launched by the Zionist Organization of America to alleviate the serious food shortage situation confronting the civilian population of Israel, it was announced today by Dr. Emanuel Neuman, ZOA president. 9,47ft Enroll At University Registration figures at the University of Miami show 9,470 student have enrolled to date. Registered in the regular school are 8,544 students, while the division of adult education hi*"" istered 926 for^ ^ Ask Your Grocer For m CSSJ Mrs. Jos. Herman Tea A Success Mrs. Joseph A. Berman was hostess at a tea given Friday at her home at 151 89th St., Surfside, in behalf of the Miami Beach Group Hadassah. This first of a series of membership events attracted 45 guests. The refreshment table carried an autumn flower motif. Assisting Mrs. Berman were Mis. Sam Lipton and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. The program included vocal selections by Mrs. Herman Freed, accompanied by Mr. Freed. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet discussed the political situation in Palestine, followed by Mrs. Murry Grossman who spoke or. the value and need ip in Hadassah Mrs. the afternoon program was Mrs. Go! Istein, president. Carl Weinkle, membership chair* %  nded greetings. Presiding at man. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks SHEET METAL WORK Anything in Sheet Metal Galvanized—Stainless Steel Aluminum PALM [SHEETPMETAL CO, Inc. 1840 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 82-3341 wwsz (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. 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?AG£ 7C7S •Jemiitntskaar %  — 1 %  ~-~zi&-, EDITORIAL Parin tolli+H HH Jacaaea by das 0 H JJEI Aisesr-:.; r-._-_.„ ">. : -** 10 poetpOM i*c•• %  i&Lirr^j.z eoaerr rt— vnch _r*-* ars oe ;i pSJCUd _^ .1* ~ ~ r.r-^rjir >5r:* rz^ *r_r. debate -*zz pcmaxcr~z :z. si* .leery '^r .: *~r_: i* ieadviaaxjsa 10 proceed wife aoMidssaSai o -*C-=i?i•V ) %  srscc she zzZJSrztrzczd. ;•:::. JST.ZZ. -*:..-. i.rre "-. rsve r_rs>=i-i~;: decsre '..-. a MUM aow ----ta agenda Isrs:*. er_rj sad sr£ OOBztsae So ZTZSwr&z Ifll bOGXkdcrsea _-r%3-'sC"-ve of WBC8 the Vi-'rC the hjssnc V N de cs a o a :: November 29 LS4" aq asci sac ie^iprti 4 C^I5w x: she sligss-es: sid sz=tr ir rlr^-"^ ** -the .--i-e ;: Israel ::Z ::_y she:.-.---~ w=3 sesisj "--"--VJr^"^ : ; %  = r res-.-;sc _r-_r—^ %  _-.= .-_---""^ s=a -izer =*=r^ wisc£ ^ ^**J s^scr :r^i pertly. A-*ir~^ .-•=: ;: 7—-JJrsel Azd whes. Isz'i. :Y£esl :.:od szsd wzs sslcee so becrsszr she >Lsrs hxu JSSO s=u*.beTetss. the Vzr-ec N — :.-.j rs ;•*• r.zz LZ}Z.ZJLZ ;-: :e:ooe _;— T xtzca : Renowned Rabbi Is Feted At Farewell mO, JDC Fooc Rations To Be Distributed Jointly ; Vets'Annual Party -ffl Staged At Pratt er Hears Kronish On Israel 'Understanding' To %  .'.'.:-'<'..'-.:.'.-:..-.? .r tot PaJest^je ;.; r.;-.-.. rf the :i: %  • %  :-.•-..-: Z : r^zx..:: h:-.. .'%  %  ..-. %  : ; i ?^?-': Sen York 's 257 W< It --•:5t, I r. % :--..;. fcmu • ; co Settcday -•..-.-..-/ '. .---': "'.•...;! --. .--> neturc 'A *'art for Dr. Goida seen graced % :•. ipend ear Jeru iJerr here h^ -..;:I the torn -.ac: U -.' f ..-%-.-..-? trjt ftdrcu -.' 12 '. .. inu % yea: I • ••;. Uti ear..ia Noyemter A..-.i; -.-.r pr;r.r.j: it the lervice, besida Rabbi Gold.. --* Z...i-.. Ep •.envoy from 11 -ael tc the U.-jted .%•<.-. and Dr Theoloflea] Sen-..nary Concngatton B'nai Je r.urun %  •' .atM '-J •..-•fc .-• Con.. BS| -g-'i. in Anerica ..;-. 0*. eelebmbng the 30th anniversary of the anction of .v. pre* .-. %  :.:. 1. whos^ 0p-.-.-..-£ virtaallj coincided *itr. tr.e ^^> pointment of Dr. Oeldnein a^ rabbi The beauty of the B'nai Jest, jrur tan '' : ity of iti lervices and the high itandard cd ita pulpi] pronouncement have ar.nuall> drawn thou and* .:' •....-... frona ill part* of the world v. iti worship aer r ke i Round-Table Tai • the LR.C :;:.... and --"-. -. •.-. .:er.: %  %  ~ : • : %  • - -. Alhanee ;: Greater ICA pane: i -.^^ :fSr.:>: %  =.-.: ^Bialik Chapter. Tuesday. Oct. jasi Better V ; ^ -—Gahles Lodge a ta. the Miami 3^i:r. YMHA ~ •_ Bx Erst 1 --cai JJ at Pratt 1 Babfci Kronisi :-. The %  .. £ ,-...'. L. i."" 1 Saturdav : Xaton tha: Rocked Use £_.;-.;. :;.-T f : =f s World pU r .c. c. z::f:: J? .-•• isscr Jacofc G:.:r.r£ vhe res> Beth 5 .. -.:• y 7 %  : the everongs ecter^ 7 -^"=aL sczgi izd Mrs ;-_:., v ., M saiacent -._ be a z.iA: --:-~ ""----%  -.-:• ... %  %  : the font ; .--••? %  ---• %  --3^C >: ._. : and •. sdn -aersaffti %  • '' .-program :: entertainment ?--fer.t : she Biali3s Chaster -s **%  *' %  •% %  M.i-. ?.:..-.:-•;jc*r jpooBOrahip ::' %  \ • :-. J:^:-..%  %  R %  %  %  :f Chrsasara iz: Jew Memben : riih Zr A--:.-.::::: the SabocaJ ^v John McAsee ; .-.: BahM r.cz: -J.1Z i;--.eer; nee ::r-.rru:s-T >f the C Sidney Bceninger is eaatJrGables :-ics*r ra. Civic Affairs Luncheon On Amendments, Voting Eleven Ssat-r s:t it. = amendment! to be p voters rill be she Sholerr. Lodge B*na B'r:thi Civic Affairs : — weekly luncr.eor ting %  12 15 p n r s.v.:s-.: 29 .' thi Rtowsar Restaurant V machine \^-.z.h %  ... : Membei -... be •-1 so participate ta the ig :~r.ual it-she1 paign .4 Htsl .Arrival Varies Simchat Torch in Mixrachi Women's Children's Village L Kr %  :-:.. 3cs *5T': Goodman and Stone At Zionist Meet For Israel Housing Alfred 51 itc president of the Miami Beach Zionist District left for New York this week to attend % % %  meeting of the r J. .".--..•.s^ *r on RconoR.Affairs of the 7.. -. • Organization of America, as the Pennsylvania Hotel The committee will help .. r planning the developrr.e.'.S of I;..-ae; eror.orr.y trade and commerce As a member of s-.s committee, Stone wiD assist with the organizing of a 138,000,000 cor por a tion. The Israel Corporation of A.-r.er.'H. to further the eior-omic upbuilding of Israel through a large program of housing and the prc-.-. of e.'.er.s.a! industries. Abraham Goodman, noted Zionist of Greater Miami and one of the original organizers of the Israel Corporation of America, arrived in New York earlier prior to attending the meeting of the Economic Affairs Committee. North Shore Lodge Holds Membership Smoker Kortl Shor Lod| | B 'B'nth will spot i nite and membe Monday. November ; at p.rr as the Martiniq le : f Lou Sherman membership :hairr.an Dan Wolfson program chairman, has arr^r.?^-; an evenifl sportmovie nighl • % %  :.:.:: ent %  -'.': free refre hmer.t for >.'.'. North Shore Lodge memban and their friends. Serving on Sherman's eon tee are Leonard To-...-, publi ity .and Mark Silverstein, refi ments. Lear School Holds Fete For Hallowe'en Costumes The Student General Organization of the Lear School will celebrate Hallowe'en with a costume baO to be held in the recreation hall of the school on Friday. Oct 29, at 8 30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for winning ga costumes. Most original costume, will win the privilege of reprejsenting Lear at the Flamingo 'Park costume parade on Sunday. Sholom Mocera: I M >a H Frar.Kl.z W .: IbeUa rersity • Mu Tr.-z profl -ze 4..-. Ebdw4 Mrs. FrstA : 2 z --. ._ %  : % %  %  % %  precede the asBsssi sche : : : : ; ~The Sortfc 5 ra ~<-=*s id IT av memfaets at .-. : Lrs: issadaiB* bentup fashioc ; atftB unique Boti • :: "' group LS Mrs =v-_-. PzLs :>. Hebrew Calendar :-•? •** ^ Rash %  %  "A.%  :*s FRED K. SHCChlT Editor i- "%  ^ r Simcha, TSS+ITCZ TZil^'" "lebr.Ung his first Children', vfias? BSTJL SSST }f*JSi th BeMie Go*W care and social'weSj. £&£??* The J V '"*9one of 47 childen's Organisation o AmericaUS! b / ,hft Wom tional and agrioTllural Tra?n?n' 0 P f ?• acad mic rligio. vocatha tradition VSStS fSSA %  — ~ "U9children in TelephonenTMl-^ 11 OFTICE and PLA5T 120 N. E. Sixth Sw* Volume 21 atf FRIDAY. OCTOBERS** TISHRI 26. 5W" ^iimiiiii %  M inn. H li ""-^



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lIDA Y, OCTOBER 29, 1948 +Jeisti Horidle* n Lntors' School's first Class Is -idaeted In N.Y. pho Hebrew Union School of wish Sacred Music, first instilion in America for the training fcantors and other musical funcLarics of the synagogue, held Lning exercises in the New F r k quarters of the Hebrew Won College—Jewish Institute JfHiqion. In %  • Nelson Glueck, president of I College-Institute, inducted [,, first class. %  The School of Sacred Jewish luskwas established last sumer bv the Hebrew Union Col,r, and the Society for the Adfnevment of Jewish Liturgical fusic. with the aid of a grant om Temple Emanu-El, in New lk. Ijh" school will concentrate in |e training of cantor-educators |hn can teach in the congregafcns they serve. Later, the school Hll expand to provide training lr directors of music, choir leads organists and other musical tr'sonnel in synagogues. '•This school," said Dr. Glueck, ivill help to fill the void caused • the disappearance of the great *nts of Jewish culture and laming in Europe during the ocJipation by the Nazi horde. Many tists and intellectuals were nong the 6,000,000 Jews who Jere slaughtered. Those who lere able to escape were scatLred to the far corners of the irth. In consequence, Europe has 1st her position as the richest burce of Jewish cultural tradilon." Athree-year course of study has een drawn up for the cantorducators. It will include such jbjects as history of Jewish husic. choral singing, coaching, antillation, nusach and hazanut, larmonization and traditional iielodies. It is open to men of Idequate musical education who lave good singing voices and the leccssary Hebrew and English lackground. Tropical Lodge Alters Business Meeting At Y B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge 1713 will substitute an t athletic workout in place of its general business meeting Monday evening, Nov. 1, 8:15 p.m. at the Beach Y. It will be preceded by an executive committee breakfast on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. At the business meeting held Monday, Tropical Lodge heard Webb Burke, assistant to special agent in charge of the F.B.I, in the Miami area. He spoke on the organization and functions of the F.B.I. Men between the ages of 21 and 35 are invited to all of Tropical Lodge's meetings and functions. Golden Age Friendship Club Begins Its Season Sunday Afternoon At Y The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Y will open its fall activities this Sunday afternoon, October 31, at 2 p.m. at the Miami Y. Main topic on the agenda will be the adoption of a constitution for the club. The Golden Age Friendship Club consists of men and women over 50 years of age. The group meets regularly at the Miami Y. Everyone is welcome. UNVEILINGS Unveiling rites for Abraham Adelson will be held Sunday, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Officiating at the ceremonies will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Sam Rivkind Heads SOS Division Of Trades, Industry Samuel A. Rivkind, Miami Beach hotel man prominent in Greater Miami civic and welfare activities, this week accepted the chairmanship of the Trade and Industry Division of Supplies for Overseas Survivors, it was announced by Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Greater Miami SOS chairman. Rivkind, newly elected president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners' Association, is also president of the Business Men's Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, co-sponsors with the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County of the Greater Miami SOS Collection. The Trade and Industry Division of the Greater Miami SOS Committee will seek to collect new clothing for men, women, boys, girls and infants; canned food in bulk, such as milk, fish, meat, fruit, fruit juices, fats, oils, powdered cocoa, green or roasted coffee and sundry items such as soap and hard candy. Rivkind brings to this campaign experience extending over 20 years for the JDC, the Boston Jewish Federation, the Boston YMHA, and other philanthropic and civic organizations. Shortly after arriving in Miami Beach about five years ago, he became active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The Greater Miami SOS Collection is a gifts-in-kind campaign which does not solicit for funds, but supplements the purchasing program of the JDC. Mizrachi Leaders Participate In Shertok Reception For U. S. Envoy To Israel. James G. MacDonald The unveiling of a. monument to the memory of the late Jacob A. Mazor will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Mizrachi religious-Zionist leaders are shown above participating in a reception for James G. MacDonald (center), United States special envoy to Israel, which was tendered in Kiriah, the governmental sector of Tel Aviv, by Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok (extreme left) following the recent World Zionist Actions Committee meetings. This exclusive photo of the official foreign ministry reception which was brought to this country by Rabbi Max Kirshblum, national executive vice president of the Mizrachi Organization of America, shows (left to right): Mr. Shertok: Rabbi Max Kirshblum; Mr. MacDonald; Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Israeli minister of religions; and Rabbi Wolf Gold, vice president of the Israeli provisional council and chairman of the World Mizrachi executive. These Mizrachi leaders were among the spokesmen representing the world religious-Zionist movement at the recent historic Zionist Actions parley in Israel. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 vJenisti noridfiar PAGE SEVEN New Men's Club For Beach Center The temporary organization of a Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club was created at a breakfast meeting held at the new Center Building on Sunday, October 24. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz was elected temporary chairman, and Gilbert J. Balkin, temporary secretary. Appointed was a Constitution and By-Laws committee composed of Herman Berk, Irving Firtel, Hymen Lake, Alex Sussman and George J. Talianoff. Membership in the new Men's Club will not be limited to Center members, it is announced, but will be open to all interested persons. Called by Alfred Stone, chairman of the Center Reception committee, the breakfast meeting was attended by 40 Center members. Describing its function, Dr. Mechlowitz announced that the Men's Club would be devoted to the ideal of service to the Miami Beach Jewish Center, in addition to serving as a medium for social and fraternal activities. Other speakers were Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Joe Rose, Congregation president, Alfred Stone and George Talianoff. A second breakfast meeting to continue formation plans for the Men's Club will be held this Sunday. October 31, at 10 a.m. at the new Miami Beach Jewish Center Building, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Members and their friends are invited to attend. News Brief Land Title Company in the BLscayne Building, Miami, has taken a five year lease on the east half of the ground floor of the building recently completed by Miami Beach Board of Realtors and has opened a branch office at that location. The address is 1061 Dade Blvd. James M. Feaster has been appointed manager of the branch office. He has been in the Miami office in the title insurance and escrow department since the end of the war. Land Title Company is owned and operated by J. H. Early and J. E. Lind. The company is state agent for Louisville Title Insurance Company of Louisville, Kentucky, and issues the title insurance policies of that company. The office makes available to Miami Beach realtors a complete abstract, title insurance and escrow service. GIFT PARCELS TO ISRAEL AND EUROPE Services Approved by Miami Zionist District GREAT CIRCLE AIRFREIGHTERS LTD. Miami International Airport Information—88-4626 Mag n a vox Authorized Sales and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD THONE 58-7575 SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. NOW EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS WILNO KOSHER PRODUCTS CHICAGO I 1 ill ill !*' u READY AS ALWAYS TO SERVE YOU! Herman Pearl Harry Pearl ii !i THE PEARL BROTHERS Associated with MORT TISCHLER In the Same Location for Eight Years 1725 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phones 3-0021 & 2-6141-2 Distributors of the Finest and WeilKnown National Food Products Call Harry and Herman Pearl or Mort Tischler at Southern i llfc, rs Inc.. and receive the usual cordial, cheery excellen/ S ervte\ndEquality merchandise that made the PEARL BROTHERS so popular these many years. h i ::