VOLUME 22NUMBER 36
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
National Fraternity Selects
Myers "Man Of The Year
Stanley C. Myers
Stanley C. Myers, president of the National Council oi
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and prominent Miami
attorney and civic leader, is the recipient of the 1949 National
Service Award of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Announcement of Myer'i se- S>
lection as the person who in the
past year has made "the finest
contribution to the essential
Jewish life of America," was
made today by Norman Korff
of Winnetlca, 111., national pres-
ident of the fraternity, at the
organization's 45th anniversary
convention at the Atlanta Bill-
Under Myer's leadership, the
National Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds last
year raised $150,000,000 to meet
overseas, national and local needs
of the Jewish people. As head of
the network of 260 community
organizations covering 800 cities
in the United States and Canada.
Myers has coordinated the work
of the many agencies handling
the emigration of Displaced Per-
sons from Europe. In addition, he
has inaugurated metl.ods which
resulted in greater efficiency and
effectiveness among all types of
social welfare and communal or-
ganizations hospitals, institu-
tions for the aged, homes for
children, family welfare, educa-
tional, recreational and cultural,
vocations and economic, commun-
ity relations, overseas and Israeli
Myers went to Atlanta to re-
Clty and received his LLB degree
from Fordham University in 1925.
He was admitted to the Florida
Bar in 1926 and has practiced
here since that time.
In 1942, Myers was appointed
a member of the Enemy Alien
Hearing Board of the Southern
District of Florida by the Attor-
ney General of the United States
and served in that capacity
throughout the war. He held a
reserve commission of lieutenant
commander in the Coast Guard
and was a member of the board
of directors of the local American
Red Cross and chairman of the
sub-committee of the Disaster
Myers in 1942 was appointed
by the governor to serve on the
Children's code commission to
study legislation affecting child
welfare and to assist in drafting
child welfare legislation, some of
which has become law.
On the local scene he has played
a very significant role in com-
munity affairs. He has served as
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and has headed
the Federation's community plan-
ning committee for the past two
years. He has been president of
Congregation Beth David and was
chairman of the Dade County
Community Chest Drive.
Mcinbors Of U.N. Economic Survey
For Middle East To Meet In Geneva
GENEVA, (JTA)-The first meeting of the Jour chief members
of the United Nations economic survey mission for the Middle fcast
will take place here this week. .. TonnoMM
After a meeting of Gordon R. Clapp, chairman of thei Tennessee
Valley Authority and head of the mission; Major Sir Desmond J. *.
Morton, the British deputy; Eric Labonne, French member, _and
Turkey's deputy, the group will proceed the same evening to Laus-
anne. They will consult there with the U.N. Conciliation Commis-
sion for Palestine, to which the mission is nominally responsible ana
with the Israel and Arab delegations at the Lausanne peace talks.
_ Both meetings will be attended by the mission s secretary, l-ror.
John Reedman. Prof. Reedman was chief assistant to the former
acting mediator for Palestine, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. .... .
, The group of experts attached to the mission will be divided into
four task forces. These units, he said, will operate in Israel Iraq,
Syria and Transjordan. They will have to work fast m order to meet
their time-table, entailing a report to the U.N. General Assembly
at the session opening this month. ... fntn.
The money to be available to the survey mission will total
around $400,000,000, according to Arab sources. The Israelis, now
ever, doubt that the funds will approach this figure.
Myers came to Atlanta to re-
ceive the Phi Epsilon Pi award
in person. The presentation,
President Korff told Myers
"For your unselfish and de-
voted service to the cause of
unity and understanding among
American Jewry during a time
of crisis in the efforts to mobil-
ize maximum aid for our bro-
thers overseas, we are honored
to present you, Stanley C.
Myers, with the Annual Na-
tional Service Award of Phi
Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Your
record of unselfish humani-
tarian service is an inspiration
to all who know of your ef-
forts on behalf of your fellow
The award to Myers was the
15th to be given by the national
social fraternity. Previous reci-
pients were the late Henrietta
Szold, the late Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, the late Cyrus Adler, Dr.
Jonah B. Wise, Supreme Court
Justice Felix Frankfurter, Dr.
Albert Einstein, the late Lucius
N. Littauer, Herbert H. Lehman,
former Governor of New York;
the late Henry Monsky, Prof.
Louis Ginzberg, Judge Samuel I.
Rosenman, Bernard M. Baruch,
Dr. Julian Morgenstern, Dr.
Abram L. Sachar and Rabbi Abba
The Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
committee which selected Myers
as the recipient of this year's
award consisted of Harold W.
Goldman, Des Moines, Iowa,
chairman; Louis M. Fushan, Pitts-
burgh, Pa.; Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
president of Brandeis University,
Waltham, Mass.; Donald Ober-
dorfer, Atlanta, Ga.; and Ben
Kartman, associate editor of Coro-
net Magazine, Chicago, 111.
Phi Epsilon Pi is a national
social fraternity consisting of 35
active chapters and 32 alumni
organizations throughout the
country. The fraternity was
founded in 1904 at the City Col-
lege of New York and, in 45
years, has grown to a membership
of 9,000 undergraduates and
Israel Asks For Debate
On Palestine Question
By General Assembly
LAUSANNE, (JTA)Reuven Shiloah, chief of the Israel
delegation, told the United Nations Conciliation Commission for
Palestine this week that the Tel Aviv government wants the
whole Palestine question debated by the United Nations General
Assembly, which opens its session in three weeks.
Mr. Shiloah said that his gov-^-
ernment had agreed that the
frontier issue in particular should
be debated and that the Arab
states, the British and United
States governments and "all other
interested parties" should be
"compelled" to state their terri-
torial demands and plans for Is-
rael. Hitherto. Israel has shown
a strong disinclination to have
these questions brought before
Israel's formal reply to the com-
mission's questionnaire regarding
frontiers and refugees was hand-
ed to the commission by Mr.
Shiloah. The reply, a three-page
document compared with the 20-
page Arab reply, restates the case
for retention of the entire area
at present occupied by the Israel
Army and covered by the armis-
tice agreements with Egypt,
Transjordan, Syria and Lebanon.
Israel's reply also states that it
Truman Okays Lehman
ident Truman declared this week
he was pleased with the decision
taken by Herbert H. Lehman,
Jewish leader and former gov-
ernor of New York, to run for
the senate. He said that he per-
sonally wrote Mr. Lehman a week
ago, asking him to run, and that
he was confident Mr. Lehman
would win a seat in the senate.
Talks With Truman
don R. Clapp, American chair-
man of the U.N. Conciliation
Commission's Palestine economic
survey mission, last week con-
ferred with President Truman at
the White House.
Later, at a press conference,
Mr. Clapp said that the President
"reflected intense interest in the
success of the mission because of
its economic problems which, un-
til solved in part at least, will
make permanent peace difficult
Mr. Clapp, who is the head of
Tennessee Valley Authority, told
the newsmen that he expects to
remain in the Middle East "from
two to three months," visiting
Palestine, Lebanon, Transjordan
and Syria. Speaking of projects
designed to aid the resettlement
of Arab refugees, he said that he
envisioned no "grand develop-
ment' scheme. He added, how-
ever, that a number of small proj-
ects put into operation early
would not necessarily preclude a
more comprehensive development
does not want the transfer to Is-
rael of any territory belonging to
any of the Arab states nor does
it require the withdrawal of Arab
forces from any territory oc-
cupied at present. The reply does
not mention the Gaza Coastal
trip. It also adds that Israel, like
the Arabs, is prepared to enter
into negotiations on all matters
of detaila tiny ray of hope
which, in the commission's view,
emerges from both the Israel and
Regarding refugees. Israel re-
peats its previous offer to accept
100,000 Arabs but only as part of
an overall settlement of the refu-
gee question. In reply to the com-
mission's insistence that repatri-
ated refugees should become full
citizens, the Israel response is
that there is no parallel mention
that those resettled in Syria or
Transjordan will become full citi-
zens of those countries.
The answer further states that
Israel will cooperate fully with
the commission's economic survey
group, but reserves the right to
refuse to implement any of its
recommendations. The Israel gov-
ernment insists that it is a ques-
tion of security. It also claims
financial support from interna-
tional funds on the same basis that
Arab states will benefit from the
settlement of Arab refugees. It
also wants this aid extended to
Jewish refugees from Arab Pal-
Arab demands on Israel would
cut the new state to one third of
the territory allocated to it by
the United Nations partition de-
cision of November 20, 1947, it
became obvious here this week
following an analysis of the Arab
reply earlier to the Conciliation
Commission questionnaire de-
signed to bring to light those
problems which must be resolved
before a permanent peace settle-
ment can be obtained.
The Arabs demand Eastern
Galilee as well as Western Gali-
lee, the whole of the Negev. the
Israeli-occupied corridor to Jeru-
salem, the internationalization jf
Jerusalem and Jaffa and an in-
ternational corridor through Is-
rael to link Jaffa with the Arab
part of Palestine.
ISRAEL IMMIGRATION CRISIS TO BE DISCUSSED
AT UJA EMERGENCY CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON
Important statements on current interna-
tional developments affecting Israel, the internal
situation in the Jewish State and the urgent crisis
in immigration will be made by top Israeli diplo-
mats at the National Emergency Conference of
the United Jewish Appeal, which it meeting in
Washington. D. C. on Saturday and Sunday. Sept.
10 and 11. Jewish communal leaders who have
been summoned to the conference will hear Eliahu
Elath (left) Israel's Ambassador to the United
States; Aubrey S. Eban (center) chief of the Is-
raeli delegation at the'United Nations and Jacob
Zerubavel (right) head of the Middle East De-
partment of the Jewish Agency. The conference
will survey the results to date of the 1949 nation-
wide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal.
In its latest issue, the Reader's Digest publishes a
vicious letter. A 35 year old charlatan comes to
mamma with his "hurts and troubles." While she
wipes away his crocodile tears and parts his hair, he
pretends to blubberMother dear. Israel's flag is not
mine. Why do these wicked Zionists make it appear
that I am disloyal to the Stars and Stripes. When I
hear the Hatikvah and see the White Flag with a
6-pointed star. I get so mad. No wonder there's anti-
SemitismAnd he starts booing all over again.
Jewish history is full of tnotrim (informers) bent
on the betrayal" and the blasting of their own. But
one might also question the motives of the Reader's
Digest. Its declared policy is to condense the best
articles in current periodicals for the benefit of its
readers. Now. it prints a complete letter, not ap-
pearing in anv paper, signed by an Alfred M. Lilien-
thal, formerly employed by the State Department,
and now starting a private law practice in Washing-
ton. For a number of years, genuine liberals have
been accusing the Reader's Digest of planting, in
various publications, articles with a reactionary-
Fascist slant so as to reprint them in digest form.
Thus, vicious propaganda might be dished out quite
subtly to its customers, sometimes even with a
virtuous smirk of disapproval.
This time the dish of poison is served raw. with no
pretense at subterfuge. This periodical outdid itself
in the deft handling of a perfect smear job. Any
number of hacks could be hired to undermine Ameri-
can Jewry But the name Lilienthal is chosen ad-
visedly. Many well meaning folk will mistake
this diplomat in treachery for the famous Chairman
of the Atomic Commission. It might be snide but
quite clever to get the majority of Jewish people
down on the capable, energetic executive-scientist.
who has roused the ire of reactionaries with his able
administration of the T.V.A. At the same time, the
Reader's Digest injects into American public opinion
Traitors And Anti-Semites: An Alliance
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
. t -i, jkk Invaltv ing such names as Gov. Lehman. ex-Secretary Mor-
the venomous canard about Jewish double, toy**. W^ ^.^ Frankfurter Mward w^,
of whom hold that aid to Israel is no treason to
the U. S.
with emphasis heavily weighted in the direction of
But the inspiration for this letter to mamma stems,
without doubt, from the American Council for Juda-
ism Inc. For the sniveling author, a Washington
member of this nefarious group, seems V>. ha^e JJjf*
d "covered the threadbare, wormy, and vicious argu-
ments hashed and rehashed by the Larons. he
Roberts the Bereers. and other henchmen of the
semi-literate and wholly inarticulate Lesslng Rosen-
wad Before the war. this charter member of the
America Firsters was too thick-headed to real
that he was a convenient catspaw for the Isolation-
ist the pro-Nazis and the anti-Semites. Just as
todav. he is too si understand .^at witr. his
slanderous charges of American Jewish dislo>alt>
he is undermining his own security, even if perched
on a mountain of gilt-edged bonds.
Does it ever occur to certain egregious Gentiles
that it might be insulting and even perilous to mil-
lions of Jews to question their American loyalties.
Surelv with their Anglo-Saxon tradition of chivalry
thev would not dream of discussing a woman s virtue.
Why? Because the mere questioning automatically
dest'rovs her reputation. But the Reader's Digest
protests with an air :'. offended innocence, *We
feel that presentation both sides of the Zionist
question is an important pub'.:: service." Oh yea!
Would thev dare to discuss the double loyalty of
Roman Catholics" Not that an Aroencew Council for
Catholicism. Inc. would last a day without being
excommunicated and booted cut of the church. But
this magazine certainly has a queer idea of lm-
partialitv. In a blocked column are printed the names
of o!d-fogv or discharged rabbis and some nonenities
of San Francisco, who constitute the brightest orna-
ments of this Council for Judaism. Of course, the fair
minded Reader's Digest would not think of publish-
Venom of Renegades
Some naive people will wonder what is behind this
attempt to besmirch the Jewish name by Jews them-
selves. A glance at the luminous pages of Graetz. of
Dubnow, of Salo Baron, of Cecil Roth would disclose
that time and again Jewish groups, keen for assimila-
tion, would begin with saccharine arguments and
end up in the enemy's camp. The ancient Hellenists
slaughtered pigs on the stone altar near the Holv of
Holies in the Temple of Jerusalem. The Spanish
Conversos became stooges for the Inquisition, and
betrayed their kith and kin into the torture cham-
bers and upon the burning stakes. In our own day,
German Jews wrote malicious anti-Semitic venom!
Goebbles and Streicher had an easy time copying
out of the writings of Otto Weininger and Arthur
Trebitsch material for their propaganda machines.
Assimilation or Extermination
In spite of the weasel words of these America/is of
the Jewish Faith protesting their love for Judaism,
they are as filled with self hatred (selbst hass) as a
tarantula with poison. Their basic hatred for things
Jewish found expression formerly against Zionism,
now against Medinas Israel. They talk of Zionists
with the hate and fear the Deutscher Staatsburger
des Mosaishen Glaubens spoke about Ostjuden; or as
the Spanish JVeu> Christian renegades spoke of Juda-
izers. In their secret hearts they wish to assimilate
all Jews or bring about their complete destruction.
Problem: What should be the attitude of the com-
munity towards these unctuous, demoralizing
mountebanks? Give them honored places in Temples,
in Federations, or in Social Service Bureaus? Or has
the time come to brand them officially as informers
and traitors to Klal Yisroel?
Club No. Two of the Pi I
Women's Organization of Miami
Beach will sponsor a fish dinner
with all the trimmings Sunday at
6:30 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum.
25 Washington Ave Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs Lena Mintzes. pres-
Mrs. Celia Rubin is chairman
of the affair. Co-chairman is Mrs.
Proceeds arc earmarked for the
organization's building fund in
SOUR CREAM WITH
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Vets Will Receive
Some 435.000 veteran-holders |
of so-called World War I insur-
ance will receive special dividend
checks ranging from a few dol-
lars to several hundred dollars
early in September. Veterans Ad-
ministration said last week.
The pavments total 40 million
dollars. V-A said. They will go
to persons who took out U. S.
Government Life insurance on a
permanent plan at any time prior
to January l. 1944. and kept it in
force through December of 1948.
N I oil permanent plan policy-
holders are entitled to this divi-
dend because some have not built
up their full reserve. Moreover.
no special dividend is payable on
any USGLI term policy.
Most of the recipients already
have received regular dividends
annually on their policies. The
additional dividend is the result
of a recently-completed restudy of
the condition of the USGLI Trust
Fund, and the amount of the re-
serve which is necessary to meet
V-A emphasized that there is
no connection between this divi-
dend payment and the forthcom-
ing special dividend on National
Service Life (World War II) in-
surance. Assets of the two insur-
jance programs are maintained in
'separate trust funds, and the op-
erations of one have no bearing
on the other.
It & P Women
To Hold Party
The Business' and Professional
Women of B'nai B'rith. Emma
Lazrus Chapter, are sponsoring a
gala membership party at the
Monte Carlo Hotel. Miami Beach,
on Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
A program consisting of B'nai
B'rith recordings and a talk about
the latest women's fashion trends
has been planned. Refreshments
will be served and all young wom-
en in the Greater Miami are are
invited to attend.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements is headed by Miriam
Goldstein. Assisting her are Paula
Horowitz. Vivian Schiffer, Doro-
thy Rader. Dorothy Weinberg.
Ruth Jensen and Fannie Spring.
Rabbi Mann Speaks
In one of his first public ad-
dresses in this area, Rabbi Mos-
hay Mann, new spiritual leader
of Temple Isaiah, spoke to mem-
bers and guests of Miami Beach
Masada last night in the patio
of Temple Beth Sholom on the
topic of "Post-Biblical Literature
the Talmudic Period."
Mayor Turk Honored
A delegation composed of mem- I
bers of the Latin American Civic
Association of Florida and the I
Latin American Chamber of Com- I
I merce of Miami recently pre-1
I sented Mayor Harold Turk of
'Miami Beach with a scroll in
recognition of "his services in be-
. half of the Latin American I
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of Jews in the Ukraine during the
war, is a Jew.)
The defense sprang a surprise by
demanding that four convicted
Nazi "exterminators" be brought
general Mannstein Charged With
Extermination Of 100,000 Jews
HAMBURG, (JTA) German
Field Marshal Fritz Erich von
Mannstein was last week accused
before a British military tribunal
here with ordering the killing of
in 000 Jews in Simferopol, Cri-
mea during the Nazi occupation
of Soviet territory.
"After the loathsome deed had
been completed," Sir Arthur
fomvns Carr. chief prosecution
counsel said, "a dispute arose be-
tween the German military chief
of staff and the Gestapo about
the disposition of the watches
taken from the unfortunate vic-
tims The quarrel was settled in
favor of the Army by Mannstein
'sir Arthur completed his out-
line of the charges against the
61-vear-old Gen. Marmstein who
was the commander of the Ger-
man 11th Army during the war.
He announced that the Gestapo
General Ohlendorf, former com-
mander of the extermination
squads which carried out the
mass-killing of Jews, had refused
to fiive evidence for or against
Mannstein. Ohlendorf is under
death sentence in the Landsberg
prison, in Bavaria.
(Jewish circles in London were
perturbed by a report in the Lon-
don Daily Express which said that
Gen Mannstein was "himself a
jew" The Board of Deputies of
British Jews immediately issued
a denial that Mannstein, charged
with responsibility for the mass
murder of hundreds of thousands
B & P Hadossoh To
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Business & Professional Division
of Hadassah will be held Monday
evening at the Beach Y.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg will
speak, and Michael Morse, Is-
to court to testify in Mannstein's I raeli pilot, will describe his per-
behalf. However, the prosecution sonal experience in piloting the
opposed the demand, pointing out Plane which carried the remains
that the fourGenerals Ohlen-
dorf, Schubert, Braune and Sei-
berthad given evidence by de-
position. Court was adjourned im-
mediately after S. C. Silkin,
Mannstein's Jewish defense at-
torney, reiterated his demand
that the four be brought from a
jail in the American zone where
they are awaiting execution.
Roth Sliolom Men
Frank Karmen was elected
president of Temple Beth
Sholom's Men's Club at a recent
meeting at the Saxony Hotel.
Other officers elected were Gil-
bert Goldman, Frank Steinberg
and Dr. Alexander Robbins, vice
presidents; Bertram Waller, sec-
retary, and Alex A. Strauss,
Named directors were Louis
Goldman, Myer M. Friedman.
Emanuel Goldstrich, Dr. Norman
Russ, Moe Kandel, Abe Solosko,
Jack Abbott, Jack Lawson, Hy
Kaplan, Louis Haftel, David Pol-
lack, Jules Channing, W. Alan
Becker, Dr. Lester Saroff and
of Dr. Theodor Herzl, the founder
of Zionism, from Vienna to Is-
A Rosh Hashona skit will be
presented by members of the
group. Participants will be Ceil
Cook, Bea Cypress and Connie
The meeting is open to the
public and refreshments will be
DOV Chapter To Meet
A special meeting of the DOV
Chapter of Mizrachi Women has
been called for Wednesday at 1
om. at the Congregation Beth
BUDAPEST, (JTA)The Tar- .gj 500 s w 17th Ave., according
but school in Budapest, the only to an announcement by Mrs.
Hebrew school in Hungary, has!Samuel Wilchyk, vice president,
been closed down following its lThere wl11 ** a uest speaker-
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At Cardiae Home
An amateur vaudeville show
by members of the FDR Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Men, will be
presented for the youngsters at
the National Children's Cardiac
Home on Sunday, President Har-
old Booth announces.
The program will include violin
solos, vocal selections, a quiz con-
test with candy prizes and comic
impersonations by Robert Fried-
man, the master of ceremonies.
The committee in charge of the
affair includes Merton Wetstein,
Joe Tanenbaum and Herbert
West Miami Unit
Plans Boat Ride
The West Miami Jewish Center
is sponsoring a boat ride tomor-
row night from 9 to 12 aboard
the Showboat, which leaves from
Pier 7, Miami Yacht Basin.
There will be dancing and en-
tertainment. Tickets are $1.50 per
couple and all proceeds will be
used for the development of the
Group To Meet
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
hold its first meeting of the sea-
son on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at
the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach.
A social hour, during which
dessert will be served, will pre-
cede the meeting.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend to honor Mrs.
Gertrude Lachs, newly elected
president, and the rest of the
inclusion in the government
school system. There is now no
Jewish school for children up to
the age of 14 throughout Hun-
gary. However, there are still
two Jewish schools in Budapest
functioning for children between
14 and 18 years of age.
. The Zionist anthem Hatikvah i
is no longer sung in synagogues!
here at the conclusion of religious i
services. The official Jewish
weekly publication, Uj Elet, is in-
creasing its anti-Zionist propa-
ganda with each issue, as is the
general press in Hungary. Prom-
inence is given to reports on dif-
ficulties of life in Israel in order
to discourage Hungarian Jews
from seeking to emigrate to the
The human heart
100,000 times a day.
The unveiling of a monument
to the" memory of the late Chai
Sarah Kaplan will take place
Sunda"^, September 18, at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Re-
latives and friends are asked to
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Jewitth Education Month
Recent trends in Jewish education indicate that
American Jewry is turning its energies toward
the development of its own inner life. American
Jewish life is slowly but surely giving greater
emphasis to Jewish cultural values, placing great-
er stress on Jewish education for children, youth
Jewish communal leaders are becoming more
sensitive and more responsive to the just claims
of Jewish education for communal support as is
evidenced by the establishment of many new
bureaus of Jewish education throughout the coun-
try and by the financial support increasingly
being accorded all bureaus of education for gen-
eral services and for subsidies to schools.
There has been a welcome spurt in the build-
ing of new schools and in the renovating of old
ones. There has been a marked growth in the
number of all-day schools and in the develop-
ment of pre-school education on adolescent and
Two recent events are symbolic of the quicken-
ing pulse of American Jewish education. The first
is the historic conference held recently in At-
lantic City at which the American Association
"for Jewish Education, the National Council for
Jewish Education and the Hebrew Teachers Fed-
eration, the three national organizations concerned
exclusively with Jewish education, met jointly for
the first time to discuss common problems.
The second is a proposal for the formation of a
National Jewish Education Association patterned
after the National Education Association to con-
tribute to the improved specialization and pro-
fessionalization of the Jewish educator.
The further developments of Jewish educational
resources will depend largely on factors which
call for the whole-hearted efforts of every Ameri-
Jewish education is coming of age. With the
destruction of Jewish life in Europe, we in Amer-
ica are thrown on our own resources. We are to
become the masters of our own fate as to the kind
and quality of Jewish life we are to have in this
These are thoughts to ponder and discuss in
the community and around the family hearth
during Jewish Education Month and Week which
this year is being observed under the auspices of
the American Association for Jewish Education
from September 11 to October 16.
It is difficult to believe, particularly for the old-
timers, that as we go to press we have nineteen
places of worship to serve the religious needs
of the community.
We included the phrase as "we go to press"
because at The Jewish Floridian offce each few
days brought the announcement of the formation
of another group. All claim to be permanent year
Feelings are mixed as news of new establish-
ments are made known. Many believe that there
is no need for the added facilities; others that the
expansion is too rapid and the financial drain
Experience through the years has proven that
no matter how great the obstacles, these religious
groups manage to survive and in most instances
expand. Very few have fallen by the wayside.
Many of the large organizations in the area today
had their beginnings in a hall, hotel dining room,
private home or store.
Today thousands of dollars are being spent in
A Real Tribute
'For your unselfish and devoted service to th
cause of unity and understanding among American
Jewry during a time of crisis in the efforts tn
mobilize maximum aid for our brothers overseas
Your record of unselfish humanitarian service
is an inspiration to all who know of your effort?
on behalf of your fellowmen."
With these all-encompassinq tributes Stanley
C. Myers will be presented with the Annual
National Service Award of Phi Epsilon Pi Fratern-
ity in Atlanta this evening.
We in this area are well aware of the achieve-
ments Stanley Myers has accomplished. His
leadership not only during the past few years of
crisis but during the past twenty years of local
communal progress has in a great measure
made possible the present coordination of the
Those of us who are personally acquainted
with Stanley have come to admire and respect
him. We respect him as a devoted husband and
father, a worker, a leader. We admire him as
an individual who gives untiringly of himself
to all worthwhile causes, Jewish and non-Jewish,
local and national. He is calm, deliberate and
level-headedrare qualities in leadership.
We in the community take Stanley Myers for
grantedas one of the boysto be called upon
when needed. In so doing we overlook the high
position in international leadership Myers has
attained. He ranks today as one of the outstand-
ing men on the Jewish scene. He is called upon
for counsel and guidance in matters affecting the
future of thousands of people and the spending
of millions of dollars.
The dominant role Stanley Myers plays on the
American scene today is recognition that is de-
serving. It was earned and achieved through
years of service.
It is a privilege to know, work and associate
with Stanley. We extend our congratulations to
him on this occasion of recognition. We are sure
that all of his friends and the Greater Miami
community likewise are proud of Stanley C.
Myers, "the person who in the past year has
made 'the finest contribution to the essential
Jewish Life of America'."
new buildings and improvements for the comfort
and safety of the worshippers. This year there is
no excuse for not attending services; there will be
a place to worship in every part of the county.
Too many of our Jewish people will not even
bother to attend services on the Holidays and a
sadder commentary is the fact that so few make
use of the synagogue and temple the balance
of the year.
By ADA OREN
(Member of Jewish Telegraphic Agency Bureau in Tel Aviv)
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the Communists. Owing to the
leftist inclinations of a consider-
able proportion of the Arab in-
tellectuals and workers, who feel
cramped by the traditions of their
. elders and have never lived in a
society of the Western type. Com-
munism is very influential with
Jews In Sports
lina end, as a definite All-Ameri-
Sid Luckman has recovered
from the effects of surgery at the
Mayo Clinic and will continue an-
other year as pilot of the famed
centration camps, where thev
dealing, with the affairs of r.on-Jews as well as Jews, a special
Arabaffairsinthiscountry.com- "'--?*'-- of the recent Papal
plaints can also be taken up by '"rea: f excommunication
the three Arab M.P "a j against Communists is awaited
delegate from Na- jbi
fcTegations renresented in this
country by a few thousand wor-
- -ppe.-s each, except for the Mos-
Ministry '. Rebgion has inherited
the Mandatory's preoccupation
u :~- -; .::...; -
self a remnant of the davs when
Islam was the state religion. Since
Moslem religious leaders have
fled. Israel officials even have to
appoint Moslem clerics of
rs. The Man-
class them with
.ion have long
been bad. although they speak
Arabic, as they consider them-
se.ves a separate nation. Thev
used to revolt now and then
against all Arab governments
ig jurisdiction over them i
order to keep that sovereigns
to win Arab tym-
s* s SfsrjsaastJi &
American imperialism and not the
Arab people, are in any way re-
sponsible for the recent war, so
that the latter are wronged by
all restrictions on their freedom
of movement and association.
The existence of military gov-
ernment, even in districts outside
the partition boundaries, thev de-
cry as unjustified discrimination,
and in the Nazareth area there
are frequent demonstrations
against military government de-
spite a law to the contrarv. These
ventures usually end in'the ar-
rest of the organizer and lead to
counter-demonstrations of Arabs
who favor the government. The
Israel government attempts to be
neutral in these clashes, and is-
sues passports to Arab Commun-
ist delegates to international con-
ferences abroad, where their pro-
nouncements on the living condi-
tions of their co-nationals in Is-
rael are not exactly compli-
Although military rule has al-
ready betn abolished in Jeru-
salem. Jaffa. Ramleh and Lvdda
security requires certain restric-
tions on the freedom of movement
of Arab citizens. Infiltration of
refugees across the lines is steady
as Is the movement of robbers'
smugglers and the like. Searches
and investigations are never
peasant, and it is ofen impossible
to pay the customarv regard to
the seclusion of Moslem women
on such occasions, since many of
The Eastern Collegiate Associa- t
tion is meeting shortly to deter- nhi ,_ ,
mine what to do about summer ChleaS B*ars T formation,
basketball in the mountains. 11 Andy Cohen, who manages the
seems that the hotel owners aie Eau Claire team in the Northern
not too concerned about the boys League, is being touted as the
5 next manager of the Minneapolis
Millers in the American Associa-
tion. The Millers are a farm team
of the New York Giants and the
managership of this team is quite
a plum for anybody in organized
Two national magazines are
scheduling stories on Abe Saper-
stein, the fabulous owner of the
Harlem Globetrotter basketball
team. Another. Look Magazine, is
deciding on the possibility of a
Saperstein spread for early in the
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with professionals. Some of the
hotel men are trving to coopei -
ate with the colleges and en-
deaver not to schedule clubs
which use pros. However, for the
most part resorts have been clos-
ing their eyes to the mingling of
amateurs and pros so that cer-
tain college coaches are getting
alarmed about the oractice.
Consequently, it appears more
than likely that stringent restric-
tions will be passed at the ECA
meeting next month in Cam-
bridge. The resorts have been
getting away with all sorts of
practices not conducive to the
welfare of college players for
many years. This year they made
the mistake of publicizing every
game of note and as a result drew
the attention of college leaders to
the fact that all was not kosher
in mountain basketball.
magazines are out with football
previews and almost all of them
rate Art Weiner, the North Caro-
them are themselves infiltrees.
Meanwhile, spokesmen of the Pal-
estine Arabs threaten to build up
an underground fighting organ-
ization within Israel. There has
already been at least one case of
sabotage and not one night passes
without some armed robbery per-
petrated by infiltrating cattle
rustlers and thieves, who come Volume 22 Number
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OFFICE and PLANT
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
Beach Center Building To Be Entirely
Completed For Holiday Services
The new building of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center,
Conservative synagogue of Miami
Rrarh will be entirelv completed
"r the High Holy Days Rabbi
Irvine Lehrman. spiritual leader :
of the congregation, announced
this week. Althoueh the edifice
has been in use for the past year,
the finishing touches are only
nPu- being put on.
R;ihbi Lehrman. who recently
returned from his vacation, dis-
closed that services will be held
in the main svnaeogue. The Peni-
tential Period will be ushered in
on Saturday. September 17, with
;, midnight Slichos service. Rosh
Hashona services will commence
Friday. September 23. at 6 p.m.
Ynm Kiopur will begin with a
Kol Nidre service on Sunday,
October 2. at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will officiate
and preach at all services. He
will be assisted bv Cantor Jacob
Y. Goldring and the Center Choir
under the direction of Ben
Reservations for seats may be
obtained at the center office,
which is open daily. It may be
reached through the 17th St. en-
trance. Sol Goldman is chairman
of the seating arrangements com-*
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Junior congregation Holidav
services will be held on both days
of Rosh Hashona. September 24
and 25. at 10:30 a.m. Junior serv-
ices on Yom Kippur will be held
on Monday. October 3. at 4 p.m.
Robert Stone, cantor of the junior
congregation, will chant the serv-
ices. Richard Rose, president, will
welcome the congregation. Joseph
Ginsberg will act as rabbi. Ser-
mons will be delivered on both
days of Rosh Hashona and Yom
The new Center building con-
tains a main synagogue, chapel,
balcony, dining room, kitchen
facilities, patio and temporary
class rooms. It combines the mod-
ern with the traditional in syna-
gogue architecture. Plans for a
separate building which will in-
clude a large auditorium and a
social hall with facilities for 1000
persons, library, youth activities
room, teneral congregational of-
fices. 21 religious class rooms, a
kindergarten and nursery rooms
have already been made.
Jr. Hadassah To
An open "coffee and dessert"
meeting cf Miami Unit Junior
Hadassah will be held at the Mi-
amian Restaurant formerly Huy-
ler's, on Monday at 8 p.m.
Reports will be given by dele-
gates to the recent southern re-
gional Junior Hadassah confer-
ence held in Jacksonville, at
which Miami members Elaine
Sachs and Elaine Goldman were
elected vice president and record-
ing secretary of the region.
All members and non-members
wishing to attend the Greater Mi-
ami young women's conclave
sponsored by Junior Hadassah
September 16 through 18 at the
Sorrento Hotel are urged to at-
tend this meeting, as final ar-
rangements for reservations
either for the entire weekend or
>n partmust be made then.
Miss Elaine Goldman, 2915 S.W.
5th St.. 48-9806, may be con-
acted for further information on
IJje meeting, and Miss Rita Ross,
Miami conclave chairman, 2420
m iff Ave- can bc reached at
8J-3267 for all information con-
cerning the conclave.
U-M Offers Basic
The University of Miami's Adult
Division will offer courses this
fall, classes to begin September
26, which offer both the shy in-
dividual and inexperienced public
speaker a chance to overcome
fear of speaking in public, ac-
cording to Dr. Willjam P. Dis-
mukes, dean oi the division.
"It's the rare person who can
meet an audience without a bit
of knees-knocking," Dr. Dis-
mukes says. "Practice in speak-
ing is the antidote and the uni-
versity offers an A-l remedy in
its course of basic speech train-
ing which is scheduled for Thurs-
day evenings, 6:50-8:30 on the
The course will last eight weeks
and will provide an introduction
to materials and methods of in-
formative and persuasive speak-
ing, public discussion and oral
reading. The goal is the develop-
ment of confidence, improvement
of Voice, articulation, pronuncia-
tion and expression. Practice will
also be given in organizing sub-
Those interested in registering
for the course may do so from
Monday, September 19, through
Saturday, September 24, at the
administration building on the
university's main campus. The
office will be open Monday
through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. and Monday through
Thursday evenings 7 to 10. The
office will close Saturday the
24th at 12:30.
Beach BB Lodge
To Hear Singer
Kurt Singer, world traveler,
author and radio commentator,
will be the featured speaker at a
luncheon sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
on Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at the
Author of fourteen books and
an active member of the under-
ground in Scandinavia, Singer has
addressed more than three mil-
lion persons in the United States
on his lecture tours from coast
to coast. He is an official member
of the United Nations Speakers
Research Committee and conducts
a human relations court on sta-
tion WMIE as well as a new com-
mentary on the same station.
Jack Gold, chairman of the
luncheon club, will introduce the
speaker, and David R. Isen will
Group Will Meet
A regular meeting of the Hia-
leah-Miami Spring Community
Center will be held Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Cama Building,
Hialeah Drive and Lindsey Court,
The needlecraft unit of the or-
ganization will meet Thursday
^at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
.Irene Becker, 271 Rosedale Drive,
I Miami Springs.
Beach High Alumni
To Hold Swim Dance
The Miami Beach High School
Alumni Association will hold its
first annual "Swim and Sway"
dance tomorrow night, beginning
at 8:30, at the Town and Beach
Club, 1 Lincoln Road, Allan I.
Kushen, president, announces.
Contribution is one dollar and
includes cost of towels and locker
facilities. In the event of in-
clement weather, the affair will
be held the following evening.
W. W. Sail Dies At 57
The remains of William W.
Sail, 57, retired food broker, were
shipped Tuesday to Brooklyn, N.
Y., for entombment in the family
mausoleum in Linden Hills Ceme-
Mr. Sail, who died Saturday of
a heart attack, came to Miami 14
years ago from New York and
lived at 330 N.E. 53rd St. He was
a veteran of World War I.
Survivors include his wife,
Hedwig; a son, Walter; a daugh-
ter, Gloria; a brother, Ned E.;
two sisters, Miss Florence and
Miss Jennie Sail, all of Miami.
Services were conducted Mon-
day at the Beach Memorial Chapel
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
To Meet Tuesday
Sholem Women's Chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold its first
meeting of the season Tuesday
at 1 p.m. at the Garden Restaur-
ant, 2233 S.W. 8th St., Mrs. Harold
Rand, president, announces.
There will be a short business
meeting to be followed by cards
and mah jong.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Nat Strauss or Mrs.
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Beth David Opens
Booth At New Site
Beginning Monday members of
the Beth David seating committee
will take reservations for the
High Holy Day services at the
new synagogue, S.W. 3rd Ave..
between 26th and 27th Roads,
from 7 to 9 p.m., as well as at the
old location, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Services will be held in both
Bernard Sterling, chairman of
the committee, announces that
half of the seating capacity has
already been reserved and urges
all persons wishing to attend
services at Beth David to make
Reservations may also bc made
by calling 9-3469.
Lyons Is Guest Director
On Jewish Program
Norman R. Lyons will be guest
director for the Jewish Hour
heard over station WTTT on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at I p.m. and on Sunday at 10 a.m.
during the absence of Jacob
Schachter, who is in New York
on a business trip.
Miss Weiss To Speak
Miss Malvina Weiss, Miami
Beach educator and principal of
the South Beach Public School,
will be the guest speaker at the
first general meeting of the fall
j 1949 season of the Miami Beach
.Chapter of B'nai B'rith women to
| be held on Tuesday, September
20, at 1:30 p.m. at the Robert
Richter Hotel, 3301 Collins Ave.,
I Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sydney Boeninger, B'nai B'rith women's Hospital Service
representative, presents a name-plate to Dr. Harold F. Machlan,
director of the Pratt Veterans Hospital, after B'nai B'rith equipped
a day room for veteran patients. Shown at left is Claude V.
Lipscomb, director of special services at the hospital, and at right,
Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council.
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center will conduct High Holy
Day services at the Coral Gables
Woman's Club, East Ponce de
Leon Blvd. and Santillane Ave.,
Herman Feldman, president, has
Services will be held Friday,
September 23, at 7 p.m.; Satur-
day ana Sunday, September 24
and 25. at 9 a.m.; Sunday, October
2, at 6:30 p.m.; Monday, October
3, at 9 a.m.
Joseph Hurwitz will officiate
at the services. He will be as-
sisted by Joseph Krissel.
Reservations may be made by
calling Berry Clein, 48-1780;
James Segal, 4-0425; Ben Clein,
A Yom Kippur night will be
held at the Coral Gables Wom-
i. F. GIVEN
420 Congress Bldg.
EXTEND YOUR GREETINGS
Phones: 2-3105 and 2-0519
Flowers by Wire
THE REFORM TEMPLE ISAIAH
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
"The only Reform Jewish Congregation on Miami Beach"
(1065 Dade Boulevard)
Announces The Opening of
Reservations For The High Holidays
Rosh Hashonah Yom Kippur
SEPTEMBER 23 24 OCTOBER 2 3
WHICH WILL BE HELD
ROBERT RICHTER HOTEL AUDITORIUM
3301 COLLINS AVENUE
COOL COMFORTABLE DIGNIFIED
RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN
(Our New Permanent Rabbi)
At All Services and Preach The Sermons
THE SEATING COMMITTEE IS AT YOUR SERVICE
AT THE ROBERT RICHTER HOTEL DAILY
4 P. M. TO 10 P. M. TO HELP YOU IN THE
RESERVATION OF YOUR SEATS
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-7668. 5-2475, 86-5876, 58-2771
ACT NOW TO INSURE GETTING YOUR SEATS
All unaffiliated residents are invited to join our Congregation
THE REFORM TEMPLE ISAIAH
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Israel leaders seem at presen: to tit in two major
aims in the Umtod States They want to unteracl the tendency
of the State Department to seek, at the United Nations international-
ization for Jerusalem and revision of Israel's rders And they
are anxious to maintain the active interest of American Jewry :n
the Jewish state As to the status of Jerusalem all andkations
point to the fact that the U N General Assembly may decide to put
the city under a L'.X. High Commissioner for a few years with a
plebiscite among the inhabitants to follow In the meantime, the
Jewish part of Jerusalem would be under Jewish municipal ad-
ministrati n while th Old Cit) inhabitanted by Arabs, would be put
under Arab municipal managementwith both municipalities re-
sp osib to the U.N High C mmissioner With regard to main-
taining continued interest t American Jews in Israel, it is feared in
Israel that present interest in the Jewish state is already -
ing signss >f diminis rig ng Jews in the United States Israel
U iders follow with great interest the tendency which is now p w-
ing am ng th J< munities in this country to ray more
attenti n t their local needs and institutions This is taken as
d in ire he ng spent nearly >n rent for the h. Iding :f U J A. func-
.....; in New York hotels ana in public hah? This money will be
saved f c the l" J A when all these functions will hencetorth ro
at its >wn building Th C ..- >f Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds is being flooded with inanities by : .::. mmumties
on various appeals f i ntributi ns During an eight-month
period, the Council 1 1.122 inquiries concerning 363
national and verseas agen<
.-Wk" .VOTES .
Very few bo '--; t short si aling with American Jewish
lift shed, although the need for such volumes is
obv is. A .''.'. such St t written by S B Komaiko.
has nov been pu Lish y the Bl -it Publishing Co. under the
title "Here To Stay" His b.-ok. c ntaining about 100 short stories.
( sin spirit jf g a humorlight >n vari us aspects f life
:anized and semi-Americanized Jewish 'amides and
makes very easj .-..ana It is a book in which young and
adult Jews', particularly recent immigrants, will find interesting
material Taken t get her the stories portray life and sentiments
on tae Jewish Mam Street" Hier* is I n Stalgk tone for
: 1 home" in man; M K n ko's stories Incidentally.
Mr Komatkc in addition to his interest in literature, is also a
v.....inert .*.. i ier in Crucaj nc mmunal affairs .. .
A city-wide; nmitteeofCh s planning a testimonial dinner
for him on the xcasion .: riis 70th birthday The dinner, which
place on Oct 16 m t I B m >f the Sherman
Hotel r----- ,es to he a gr, tended b: Jewish leaders in
all walks :: life
Policy Not Modified
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ropic aid through the United Jewish Apr..,.
New York will not he the eente:- Jewish conferences
......irenl ns this seas n rh Pal stine Arrval will hold its
national confei Washington Hadassah will meet in nation-
al convent] n in San Francisco The Council a: Jewish Federa->
lions and Welfare Funds will nduct it? Genera' Assembly in C:n-
cinnati Th J nt Defense Appeal will meet in Detroit .The,
Joint Distributi r. C mmittee and the American Jewish Committee
are the nh twe major rganizat; ns which will add their annual;
- n;- in New York The United Jewish Appeal of G
Sew York is now completing its plans t r the acquisition I it; >wn
On DP Bill
WASHINGTON. (JTA) Gov-
ernors at 22 state joined recent-
ly in demanding prompt ac-
tion by the Senate on displaced
persons legislation. The Gover-
nora addressed a petition to the
Senate, urging prompt action on
rescuing the McGrath-Neely bill
from "'behind a barrier of red
tape and cold indifference The
petition was circulated by Harper.
Sibley. former president of the j
Chamber of Commerce of the
Democratic and Republican'
Senators were commended for
their efforts to discharge the
Senate Judiciary Committee from
farther consideration of the dis-
- persona issue. Mr. Sibley
laid that such, dismissal would
be the only way to get action be-
cause of the "obstructionism to
date" of Sen. Pat McCarran.
attar, of the Judiciary Com-j
Fourteen Senators this weekl
petitioned the Senate to force the
House-approved DP immigration
bill out of the Senate Judiciary
Committee. where committee
chairman Sen. Pat McCarran has
bottled it up. ,
The petition was introduced by
Sen. Scott W. Lucas. Senate ma-
jority leader, and was signed by
seven Democrats and seven Re-
ars, making it a joint un-
dertaking. The 14 Senators are:
Lucas. Warren G Maenuson.
Washington: Brien MacMahon.
Connecticut: Frances J Myers.
Pennsylvania: Paul H Douglas.
Illin.-is: Matthew W. Neely. West
Virginia: Frank Graham. North
Carolina: Robert Taft. Ohio:
Homer Ferguson. Michigan: H.
Alexander Smith. New Jersey;
Wayne Morse. Oregon: Levere'tt
Saltonstall. Massachusetts. Irving
M. Ives. New York: and John
Dulles. New York.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 i943
Action On <*encide Convention lg
Postponed I mil After elannary. irij
NEW YORK. (JTA) James ated with the National Civil Lia
erties Clearing House "today
pledged their support in winning
Senate ratification of the UN
convention outlawing the mass
murder of national gr.,ups n
organizations include the Anti
Defamation League. Amerfeu!
Jewish Committee. Amerieln
Jewish Congress. Hadassah! 12
tional Jewish Welfare Boirt
Jewish War Veterans r.d \a.
N. Rosenberg, chairman of the
U. S. Committee for a United Na-
tions Genocide Convention, said
last week that he has been noti-
fied by Sen. Brien McMahon,
chairman of the subcommittee of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee to study the genocide
convention, that his subcommit-
tee will not take action on the
convention until January. 1950,
soon after the opening of the
next session of Congress.
Meanwhile, representatives of
26 national organizations affili-
"Back To School" Dance
Set For Tomorrow Night
A "Back to School" dance will
be sponsored by WINX Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Girls tomorrow
night at 8:30 at the Miami Beach
Y. President Phyllis Corb is in
charge of arrangements. She will
be assisted by Honey Sassoon.
Prince Culmer and his Be-Bop
Band will play for dancing. Ad-
mission is 25 cents for members
of the Y and 35 cents for non-
tional Conference of Ch:
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
Greater Miami Religious Schools Open Sunday
A Call To Greater Miami Parents
School bells are ringing throughout the land. Children are
returning to schools to learn to become good citizens of this
great country. They are preparing to play their part in the
life of the American community.
It is now well-known that the strength of America lies
in its recognition of diversity of cultures. It is these differences
that feed the streams of American progress.
You, as a Jewish parent, see your child rushing off to his
public school. Is this training sufficient to make him a com-
plete personality? Is there something missing? Is this something
vital to the growth of your child, essential to the continuity of
the Jewish people, significant to the American pursuit of
Your child is Jewish. That is one facet of his future life
which needs enrichment, thorough understanding, if he is to
face his world-to-be with confidence and joy, without frustra-
tion and self-hate. This enrichment must come through a good
Jewish education. Through Jewish education your child will
learn to live gracefully in the Jewish community and will add
to the varied design in the tapestry of America
The Jewish community of Miami has recognized that an
informed and intelligent Jewry can come only through an in-
tensification of Jewish educational opportunities. That is why
it endorses and sponsors the Bureau of Jewish Education
through its Greater Miami Jewish Federation. That is why
the Bureau of Jewish Education renders educational service
to all Jewish schools, expanding Jewish educational exposure
to young and old.
Today you are asked to take advantage of the opportunities
offered by the many Jewish educational agencies of Greater
Miami. Orthodox schools, Conservative schools, Reform schools,
Liberal schools, Hebrew Academy, Workmen's Circle school,
Hebrew High school, all are open for enrollment.
Enroll your children in a Jewish school. Register in an
adult Jewish institute. And when should this be done? The
answer is now!
Bureau of Jewish Education
Why Jewish Education?
It's as simple as the Aleph, Bet.
Without Jewish education, your
children will lose their rich in-
heritance of Judaism. Your chil-
dren's happiness depends to a
large degree upon the way they
meet the Jewish aspects of their
Or will it be a well-spring of
.happiness and enrichment? The
answer depends upon you. Will
you prepare them to enter upon
their rich heritage or will you
disinherit them? You want them
to grow up into useful citizens;
good wholesome human beings.
Then prepare them by register-
ing them in our Jewish school.
What will this education mean
to them and to you? It will mean
that you will keep your children
closer to you. That they will
share with you the Jewish life
of your family.
That they will be instilled with
a sense of continuity of Judaism.
That they will develop an ap-
preciation of their life as Jews,
of Jewish ideals and Jewish trad-
ition. And most of all, it will give
them a sepse of "belonging," a
Bar Mitzvah Ruling
Unfortunately there are many
parents who do not remember
their spiritual and religious
responsibilities until their boy
is 12 or 12'2. They bring the
boy into the school or obtain a
private teacher to prepare him
for Bar Mitzvah. The ceremony
becomes a travesty on Judaism.
It is for this reason that the
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation and the Bureau of
Jewish Education have adopted
a ruling that a boy must have
two years of Jewish education
to be eligible for the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony on the Sabbath.
Two years attendance in Sun-
day School is not equivalent
to the two-year requirement of
Jewish education. Parents
please take note and pass this
information on to your friends.
In May 1948, the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Rab-
binical Association adopted a
set of standards for the Sun-
day Schools in Greater Miami.
These include: length of school
year, requirements for con-
firmation, uniform examina-
tions, salary scales for teach-
ers. Parents' attention is espe-
cially called to the require-
ment that to be eligible for
confirmation a student must
have a total of four years Sun-
day School schooling, the last
two years of which must be
consecutive in the school con-
Registration for all religious
schools in the Greater Miami
area will lie held Sunday morn-
ing from 10 a.m. i> 0 2 noon: for
Hebrew st*hool Monday through
Thursday from :i to < p.m.
sense of security in the world
about them. All of that will spell
happiness. Happiness for them.
Happiness for you. They will grow
up well-rounded, integrated per-
GIRLS Are Children, Too!
Far more than ever in the past,
it is through our daughters that
we will perpetuate Jewish life.
Give your daughter a Jewish
education. It will not only enrich
her life, but the lives of her chil-
Education for life never ceases.
Jewish education is education for
better Jewish living. With a sound
elementary training, your chil-.
dren will want to continue their
studies in their adult years.
REGISTER THEM TODAY.
Give them a chance to learn-
(This message from American
Association for Jewish Educa-
At this time when Israel has
i once again taken its place among
i the nations of the world, every
Jew needs to come into his own
by studying seriously his place
in the Jewish cosmos and thrill
to the romantic adventures of a
people that has traversed all ages
i and yet lives today.
Prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education 318 Congress Building Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489
Beth David. 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Coral Gables Jewish Center,
320 Palermo Ave.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Lindsey Ct. and Hialeah Dr.,
Miami Hebrew School
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 W. Dixie Highway
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
United Jewish School,
University of Miami
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
Type Area Serving Affiliated with BJE
Conservative Orthodox Liberal Southwest Southwest Coral Gables Yes Yes New School
Hialeah, Miami Springs New School
Orthodox Southwest Yes
Conservative North Miami New School
Reform All Sections Yes
Coral Gables, West Miami, Yes
Southwest, Flagler Granada
All Sections Yes
Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave. Orthodox South Beach Yes
Hebrew Academy 918 6th St. All Day All Sections Yes
Kenesseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox Central Beach New School
Miami Beach Jewish Center, Conservative Upper Central Beach Yes
1701 Washington Ave.
Temple Beth Sholom, Liberal North Beach Yes
4144 Chase Ave.
Temple Isaiah, 1065 Dade Blvd. Reform Upper Central Beach Yes
Workmen's Circle, Yiddish All Sections Yes
25 Washington Ave.
Brief Notes On The Schools In Our CommunityRegister Your Children In One Of Them!
6th St. and Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
This institution is two years old and conducts an
integrated secular Jewish program. Children follow
the Dade County Board of Instruction curriculum
and receive a sound Jewish education. Hours 8:30-
3:30. Housed in excellent quarters, it has kinder-
garten to grade 7, inclusive. It aims to be pro-
gressive in educational approach to secular and
Jewish education. Bus transportation to and from
Miami and Miami Beach is provided.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE SCHOOLS
25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
1545 S.W. 3rd St., Miami
For those interested in giving their children a
Yiddish education, these are the only schools of
their kind in the Greater Miami area. Their aim is to
give the boy or girl a spoken and written knowl-
edge of the Yiddish language and literature. It
includes Bible stories, Jewish history, and (in the
later grades) Hebrew. Classes are held three times
THE ORTHODOX SCHOOLS
Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Beth El, S.W. 17th Ave. and S.W. 5th St., Miami
Kenesseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Miami Hebrew School, S.W. 12th Ave. and S.W.
11th St., Miami
These schools have modern and adequate facilities
and their aim is to give their children a traditional
Jewish Education. The Beth Jacob and Kenesseth
Israel conduct a 5 day-a-week Hebrew School.
Kenesseth Israel will provide for a special study
group on the Sabbath. The Beth El and the Miami
Hebrew School conduct a 4 day-a-week Hebrew
School plus a separate Sunday School. A child who
registers in the Beth El Hebrew School must also
attend on Sunday morning. All four schools have a
THE CONSERVATIVE SCHOOLS
Beth David, S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th
Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Both these schools will conduct classes in their
new spacious buildings located at the above ad-
dresses. The Beth David has a 2 and a 4 day-a-week
Hebrew School, and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center has a 4 day-a-week school. Both schools
have professional educational directors. The He-
brew School program is akin to the prograrn in the
Orthodox school. These institutions also have a
High School for Jewish Studies and conduct Junior
Congregations. Each has the beginnings of a good
library, and bus transportation is provided for those
children who live at a distance from the schools.
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami
Temple Isaiah, 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach
Temple Israel conducts a Sunday School only from
Kindergarten to Confirmation. Employs a profes-
- sional superintendent. Its facilities are execellent,
and the school has a fine library. Hebrew is in-
cluded in the curriculum.
Temple Isaiah is a comparatively new school sit-
uated at 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. This in-
stitution became affiliated with the Bureau of
Jewish Education last year and its curriculum is
in keeping with the standards of the Bureau of
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach
Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave.,
The Beth Sholom conducts a Sunday School plus
a daily Hebrew School. It has fine facilities, an ex-
cellent library and employs a professional educa-
tional director. Bus transportation is provided for
children living at a distance from the school.
The Coral Gables Jewish Center is a new institu-
tion serving the Coral Gables area. It will conduct
a Sunday School plus a 2 day-a-week Hebrew
School. Students who attend the Hebrew School
must also attend on Sundays. The synagogue will
conduct a Junior Congregation. The rabbi hopes to
establish a school in keeping with the standards of
the Bureau of Jewish Education and hopes to have
his institution affiliate with the Bureau of Jewish
UNITED JEWISH SCHOOL OF MIAMI
First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables; Flag-
ler-Granada; Israelite Center; West Miami
The United Jewish School meets at the University
of Miami, old building, North Campus, and serves
those areas mentioned above. It will also conduct
two branches of a daily Hebrew School. The United
Jewish School follows the curriculum established
by the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Hialeah-Miami Springs-Lindsey Court & Hialeah
North Dade Jewish Center13630 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami
Both these institutions are new and will serve
their respective areas. They will adhere to the
curriculum set by the Bureau of Jewish Education
and will affiliate with the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation as soon as feasible.
HEBREW AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
A beginners course in Hebrew will be offered this
fall by the University of Miami. The course is
listed as Hebrew 101 and will be taught as a
modern spoken language. Registration will take
place September 19-22 in the Administration Bldg.
L 2, 1200 Campo Santa Ave.. Coral Gables. Further
information may be obtained by calling the Regis-
trar at 83-4611.
JEWISH LIBRARY OF GREATER* MIAMI
In Bureau of Jewish Education
A library is symbolic of culture and education.
Over 2,000 volumes in English, Hebrew and Yid-
dish, on every conceivable Jewish subject have
been collected. The library includes extensive files
on the Jewish holidays, periodicals, educational
magazines and the J.T.A. daily news bulletins.
Housed in 318-319 Congress Building, the library
and its reading room are open Monday-Friday,
9-5 P.M. Books may be borrowed. The public is
invited to take advantage of this cultural oppor-
tunity. Also included in the library are audio-visual
aid materials. Records, slide film strips and 16 m.m.
sound films plus a projector may be borrowed for
youth and adult clubs and organizations.
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
Secondary education is gaining ground slowly.
Established three years ago by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the Hebrew High School will have
more than 25 students. While the Hebrew High
School has met in three places, Beth El, Beth David
and Miami Beach Jewish Center, centralization of
location will be attempted this year. Students study
advanced Hebrew, Bible, Mishna, and related sub-
jects. For further information call 3-5858..
ADULT INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH STUDIES
Last year four Adult Institutes for Jewish Studies
were conducted successfully in Miami and Miami
Beach. Courses in Modern Hebrew, Bible, Jewish
History, Yiddish, Yiddish Literature (conducted
entirely in Yiddish) and Zionism were offered.
These institutes will be continued this year. Fur-
ther information as to the meeting place and date
of registration will be announced in the press and
over the radio.
Jen ist fhrkJian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
Rosalyn Barco, George Zitelman Speak
Vows In Sunday Ceremony At Saxony
Before an altar banked with*
chrysanthemums, gladioli, carna-
tions and palms. Miss Rosalyn
Jean Barco. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Barco. 701 West Ave.
Miami Beach, became the bride
Mi. and M:s. Irving Cypen of Miami Beach spent the Labor
Day weekend in Havana, Cuba. In the same party were Mr.
and she carried a shower bouquet ancj y^ Charles Kniskern, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Felix and
Matron of hon< r was Hn Max |^#
and maid of honor was Miss at
Marcie Schwartz Miss Barb ,. ,.r m
Prago. Greensboro. N C Y.sinr.c Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin. 2445 Flamingo Place,
Miss Annette Marcos, cousin :'. Miami Beech are friends from Chicago, Mrs. Mary Forman and
the bride, served as bridesma ds r 1 gi_____
Mrs. Harry Zitelman. Washington, j -
sister-in-law of the brideg
was in charg( f the guest book.
Brenda Bassm. niece of ".he bride-
groom, was flower girl.
Best man for his brother was
Harry Zitelman. Ushering were
Isadore Eger. Washington: Robert
Sykes. Fayetteville. N C M 11 r
Miller. Ha: r.sonburg. Va all
t attains f the bride.
A reception followed the cere-
The bride's mother was attired
beige with an
Mrs. George Zitelman
of George Zitelman. son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zitel-
man who lived in Washington.
Sunday evening at the Saxony
Hotel. Miami Beach Rabbi Max
Shapiro read the double-ring
The bride, given in mai 1 :... .
by her father, wore a gown of
white Chantilly lace fashioned
with a bouffant skirt and long
lace gauntlets. Her illusion veil
fe'l from a tiara of seed pearls
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Miss Flor-
ence Hildebrandt to Sam N'eufeld.
The bride-e'.ect. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hilde-
brandt. 1054 Jefferson Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. graduated from I
whtefed High s.-'-..-,: ..nd at- Harvey S. Stone Will
:cn-c- th University of Miami
Mr. Neufeld. whose parents arc
the Max Neufelds of Brooklyn.
N V .5 .:. senior at the Universitj
of Mian-:'; Sch I : Engineering
ana will receive his degree in
ITie : ..?'.- became < ngi I it
Ne< Ycrk City >n Jun< 26 at 1
wedd ag : Mr NeufeWs s:ste:
v rte 1
Altrri Eisenberg New
and Mrs Perry Stone an-
once thai their son. Harvey
Stanley, will bec.:r.c Bar Mitz-
n Saturday. September 17.
:.'. it Hebrew School and
Z ngregati n 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
the services recite the Haftorah
and address the congregation
:': m th< pu pit upon which stands
the Aroa Kodesh donated by his
r .-..-. rr.al grandmother. Mrs. Sarah
Ston in nemory of her husband,
rhe Sisterhood :f the Miam: Abraham Isaac Stone. Rabbi Si-
Beach Jr::;- Center announces mon April will address the voung
it p esent Richard Tuck- man
er : tenor of the Metro- Harve; ..::enis Citrus Grove
v sas Dpera Ass nation in con- Junior High Sch-:. where he is
anuary 22 193 at
p at the Center 1701 Washing-
Beach Y Art Classes
A:: (lasses sponsored by the
Miami Beach V were begun .u^s-
da; r nplc Beth
Sh lorr -.-.:. Classes in drawing
and painting from models and
Still life I r : -; nners and ad-
vanced students are under the
direction of Zena Posever. Any-
one interested may register at
the ::.:; :f the Beach Y.
Mr. end Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., spent the
Labor Day weekend at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Cele-
rratir.j the holiday with them were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Biasbcrg Y.tarni: Mrs. Jack Feldman, White Plains, N. Y., Mr.
Shapiro's sister: Miss Fleur Cohn, Brooklyn, N. Y., his niece.
Mrs. Shapiro recently returned from a vacation in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suberman and son, Rick, have returned
to their home in Chapel Hill, N. C, after a two-week visit with
Mr. Suberrr.an's mother. Mrs. Alex Suberman, 514 S.W. 26th
Road. ?!r. Suberman is an instructor at the University of North
rmer Miss Barco crad-lCarolina, where he is working towcrrd his Ph. D.
ited from Miami High Sen w 3A ^
,d Marjorie Webster Junior Col- ,. ,, ,
At home after spending the summer in Kenberra, Mass., is
Miss Edna Finberg, 621 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Van Srratten, Vanderbilt Hotel,
Miami Beach, have left for Philadelphia, where they will visit
Of interest to friends in this area is the departure of Ted
Benjamin. Jacksonville, for Switzerland, where he will be
married to Miss Edith Lipner. The couple will honeymoon in
Italy end reside in New York. They will arrive in America the
early part of November.
Leaving for Gainesville, where he will attend the University
of Florida is Marvin Kranz, 3782 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Kranz will work for his M. A. in Spanish.
Robert I. Bender, 1322 S.W. 7th St., has returned from a
:hree-week vacation in the North following his graduation from
be University of Miami in August.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, 5736 S.W. 9th Terr., returned
Aronovitz. Ben Donnerstein. Irv- nere a^er a two-month vacation in the mountains. They also
ing Susswein. Ben Fenster and visited family and friends in New York and Washington, D. C
Morris Fenster and the Misses -*-*-*
Janet O'Berrv. Gertrude Sugar- c e D ,, ..
man. Jackie Nadel, Gladys Granet. sfsan S" Belaner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beld-
Irene Jacobs. Ceha Rubin. Selma. ner. 4570 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has just returned from
Resnick. Illene und Vivian Kentwood Camp, Kent, Conn
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N. Bookbinder, 850 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, spent the month of August in the North, dividing then-
time between New York City and Ellenville, N. Y. While in
New York, Mrs. Boonkbinder attended the unveiling of a monu-
ment to the memory of her father. The couple was accompanied
by Mr. Bookbinder's mother, Mrs. Lillian Bookbinder
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pashkow, 3681 N.W. 2nd St., returned last
week after spending the summer in up-state New York
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick are vacationing in Mexico
* -ft *
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand have just returned from a vaca-
tion stay at the Atlantic Beach Hotel, Long Island, N. Y. On
August 29 Dr. Rand participated in a press conference at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Also at the conference were president
of the American Medical Association and other officers of the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bacher, 1565 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach, have just received word that their son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garber of Los Angeles, Cal be-
lege. Washington. Mr. Zitelman
attended Baltimore schools and
served in the Army Air t :.
He is now engaged in business
Following a wedding trip I
Bar Harbor. Me., and New Hamp-
shire the couple will reside
Silver Spring. Md where they
will be at home after September
20. F01 traveling the r::dv wore
a navy suit with an irchid c
and navy accessories
Miss Evelyn Schwartz, bride-
elect of Israel Abrams, was re-
cently feted at a kitchen shower
given by Mr. Abrams' sister;
Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Schwartz, at the homi
Mrs. Cypen. 1330 15th St M
Guests were the Mesd
Rose Abrams. Louis Schwartz
Joe Schwartz. Arthur Robinson.
Ann Resnitk. Ben Nade'. Sidney
Become Bar Mitzvah
the school band. He
member of Boy Scout Troop
live? and friends are in-
vited to attend the services and
eption which will follow.
D I *-,Arr T* UM L^nJ!*^**** i ^ ** The Garber8 have a '
Bb Leaders lo Plan ir^-J?6^!^?11^8 ^^l^' godparents
Piano Studio Reopens
For Fall Season
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenstock of Miami.
* -*t *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer and their daughter
and national ^nn, will return to Miami Beach today. Mr. and Mrs. Mann-
taMi.51"!, wSS Jwul.ar7,:ve htuner Spent the summer <* toe University of New HomnshirP
W^ttatS S^S ^>k advanced courses in ,he JWSlJ
drive it has been anounced by\^^*ve education. The fall term of the Mannheimer
Gearge J Ta..sn:ff. general School begins Monday.
H-rira^lf^^S:Lmo^ f^^c! Martm Smolm. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
smokn. .1809 N.W. 47th Terr., was held at the home of hi
h -eturned faT^JS't n"7 v^ & MlQmi ^ gently
m -arks the 106th anniversary of 2S2T? n ", ^_P New York- Mlss Rich is the fiancee of
'--=:-? ^^ L Bender' Their wedding will take place this faU
and the most su::ess:u. ana sat- aied to begin October 13. which
isfying particirat.rr. is ra;ed :r.
a sound knowledge ;: the has
lundamentals :f musk." country's oldest Jewish service or-
rhrough modern teaching pro- g = -:;at::n
cedures. Miss :'.:;; .-.as acquired Brager a.-.d Fisher will stay at
a reputation for clear, thorough the Sorrento Hotel during'the
ana systematic r.an: instructirr. three-day c:nierence in this citv.
designea to devel:? s.-c;.. m t.-.e; The drive for new members "is
mechanics : r:ar.: playing tc a:- part of a nation-wide p-ograrr.
quaint the student with the oas:. set up by the Supreme Lodee for 1
pr-.n:ip.es ana e.ements :'. music the period :t October 13 through'
Miss Moss specializes in begin- December 4 to be climaxed bv a
r.ers ana intermediate students, coast to coast broadcast ^n "the;
both children and adults Regis- latter date by Frank Goldman
tration is now m progress ret mternationa] president of the'
appointment, phone 82-2981. der.
MANNHEIMER PRIVATE SCHOOL
Kindergarten. Elementary. High School, College Preo.r.tor,
Mrs. Schwartz, Sons
Visit Irving Cypens
Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz, St
Petersburg, is the guest of her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr
and Mrs. Irving Cypen, 1330 15th
St., Miami Beach. Accompanying
Mrs. Schwartz are two sons, Mar-
tin, seven, and Stanton, two. The
visitors will attend the weddins
of Israel Abrams. brother of Mrs
Schwartz and Mrs. Cypen to
Miss Evely Schwartz of Miami to-
morrow evening at Beth David
Synagogue with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mr. Schwartz
and son. Stephen, will fly here
for the event.
Gables Center To
Fete Rabbi. Wife
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will hold a reception in honor
of its new spiritual leader. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. and Mrs. Skop
Sunday from 8 to 11 p.m. at the
Elks Club. 22 Giralda Ave., Coral
Gables, Herbert Gelernter, presi-
dent, has announced.
Mayors of, Miami, Miami Beach
Rabbi Morris A. Skop
and Coral Gables are expected to
attend the affair. Leaders of all
religious groups in the area-
Jewish and non-Jewish alike-
have been invited.
Rabbi Skop is a graduate "f
Ohio State University and the
Jewish Institute of Religion. He
has done graduate work in the
field of inter-cultural and inter-
racial relations in the department
of education at Harvard Uni-
For" the past 13 years Rabbi
Skop has served as spiritual lead-
er in Orlando.
Blanche Globus Wed
To Joseph Platt
Blanche Globus was married to
Joseph Platt on August 28 at the
home of her sister. Rabbi Simon
April performed the ceremony.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
Felice Bobson Weds Lee Benjamin
In Rites At McAllister Hotel
Honeymooning in Louisville.^
Kv are Mr. and Mrs. Lee R.
Bonianun. whose wedding took
otacc Sunday afternoon at the
ScAihstor-Hotel. The br.de to the
Felice Ann Bobson,
Mrs. Lee Benjamin
dauehtei of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bobson. 236 4 S.W. 24th Road.
The bridegroom's parents are the
Jack Benjamins, 752 N.W. 64ih
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman per-
formed he ceremony. Mr. Bobson
gave his daughter in marriage.
Tiie bride wore white satir.
fashioned with fitted bodice, long
sleeves of Irish lace and a long
court train. Her veil was held in
place bv a floral crown and she
carried' a white prayerbook
adorned with orchids and ste-
The bridegroom's sister-in-law,
Mrs. Alan Benjamin, served as
matron of honor in light blue
organdy witn a yenow rose cors-
age. Bridesmaids, the Misses Joyce
Redmon and Mary Dibut, wore
pink and aqua with rosebud and
carnation nosegays. Sarah Bob-
son, cousin of the bride, was
Alan Benjamin was best man
for his brother. Arnold Bobson,
brother of the bride, was usher.
Serving at the punch bowl at
the reception which followed the
service were Miss Redmon and
Miss Pat Olsen. Mrs. George
Brown and Mrs. Florence Siebler
also served as hostesses.
For her daughter's wedding the
bride's mother chose beige crepe
with lace yoke. The bridegroom's
mother was in brown taffeta and
Out-of-town guests included
Miss Estelle Kahn and Mrs. I.
Cantor, New York, aunt of the
For traveling the bride chose
a flamingo knitted dress, black
accessories and a white orchid.
She is a graduate of Miami High.
Mr. Benjamin is an Edison
graduate and a veteran of the
After September 27,. the couple
Officers of Congregation Knes-
eth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, announce that seats
are now available for High Holy
Day services to be conducted by
Cantor M. Yardeini.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of the congregation, who
will deliver all sermons, discloses
that Kneseth Israel is "a real
Orthodox synagogue and its serv-
ices, preaching and teaching are
being conducted in the tradition-
al Orthodox manner." A model
Talmud Torah is being estab-
lished, the rabbi said.
Reservations for High Holy Day
services may be made at the
synagogue from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
daily excepting Sabbath. Tickets
are at popular prices, the rabbi
Cantor Yardeini will also chant
the Slichos services which will
be held Saturday, September 17,
Mrs. Meyers, Cohen, Ungerleider To
Attend Regional CJFWF Conference
Temple Isaiah Women
To Meet Tuesday Night
The Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah will hold its first meeting
of the season at the temple Tues-
day at 8 p.m., according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Clara Mae
Van Ness, president.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Charles Cohen and Harold Unger-
leider will represent the Greater
Miami Jewish community at the
fourteenth annual conference of
the southeast region of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations to be
held tomororw and Sunday at
the Thomas Jefferson Hotel in
Plans for meeting 1950 over-
seas, national and local Jewish
needs will be formulated by 150
delegates from 20 cities, accord-
ing to James L. Permutt, chair-
man of the conference program
committee, and Marx Borod, re-
In an intensive three-session
gathering the conference will take
action on various phases of Jew-
ish community affairs. These in-
clude an analysis of 1950 fund
raising possibilities, an objective
evaluation of 1950 needs and
problems in local and regional
At an opening dinner meeting
at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Julian
Freeman, a community leader of
Indianapolis, Ind., will speak on
"The Responsibility of the Local
Jewish Communities on the Na-
tional Scene." In his speech Free-
man will analyze the national
fund raising organizations and
outline the bases of their sound
relationships with local Jewish
communities. On Sunday morning
at 10 a.m., Arnold Gurin, national
budget research director of the
CJFWF, will discuss "Planning in
Local Jewish Communities to
Meet 1950 Overseas and Domestic
Needs." This problem will also
be discussed by community lead-
ers from Atlanta, Birmingham,
Nashville and New Orleans.
Following the annual assembly
dinner which will take place at
12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Mdrx Borod
will lead a discussion on "Local
Jewish Community Social Serv-
ices and Their Relationship to
Regional Services." Participants
in the program will represent
regional services in Memphis,
New Orleans, Atlanta and Jack-
sonville. The meetings will close
with the adoption of resolutions
based on preceding discussions
and with a summary of the con-
ference by Isaac Heller, New Or-
leans, past president of the region.
The southeastern region in-
cludes 35 member communities
and has its headquarters in At-
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, new
spiritual leader of the congrega-
WLU bC.Kat fiSK Ta!lanasfe- tion, will speak to the group on
where the bridegroom is a stu-
dent at Florida State University.
Mrs. Nettie Epstein, 305 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Rose Lee, to Ernest
Krautkopf of San Antonio, Tevas.
The wedding will take place
October 15 in San Antonio.
Rabbi Jacob Honig Takes Over Pulpit
At Hollywood Jewish Center
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center announces the ap-
pointment of Rabbi Jacob J.
Honig as spirit-
ual leader of the
congreg a t i o n.
Rabbi Honig suc-
ceeds Rabbi Max
er of the Hunt-
ington, L. I.,
for the past ten
I his BS from
in 1934 and was
ordained by the
Jewish Institute of Religion in
1949. He received a Master of
Hebrew Letters on the basis of a
thesis on the Talmud. While at
the institute he was elected presi-
dent of the student body.
As student rabbi he occupied
pulpits in Gastonia, N. C, Allen-
town. Pa., and New York City.
He played an important role in
Zionist organizations and was ex-
ecutive director of the Connecti-
cut Zionist region.
In 1041 he took a leave of ab-
sence from the Huntington Jew-
ish Center to serve as chaplain in
rmy. During his five years of
service he was on duty in North
Africa and Italy.
The rabbi recently toured Is-
"The Role of Modern Woman-
JCRS To Meet Monday
The first open meeting of the
Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish
Consumptives' Relief Society will
be held Monday night at 8:30 at
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Hy Friedman, president.
Isaiah Holiday Rites Set For Robert Richter Hotel
The officers and directors of man as well as other members
Temple Isaiah, the only Reform and sons of members.
Jewish congregation on Miami
rael as a guest of the Jewish
A member of the speakers bu-
reau of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, the rabbi was appointed by
the president of the Rabbinical
Association to serve on the Na-
tional Social Action Committee
and was also chosen by the Jewish
War Veterans to represent them
on the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council. He is
founder and first chaplain of the
Suffolk County Post of the JWV,
a member of the advisory com-
mittee of the Suffolk County
Armed Service Division of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
special representative of the New
York Board of Rabbis for reli-
gious and community problems
in Suffolk County and a member
of the Association of Jewish
Chaplains, Army and Navy.
The rabbi is married and the
father of two sons. He is expected
to arrive in Hollywood on or
about September 15.
Rabbi Skop To Speak
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will
speak on "Inter-cultural Educa-
tion in Public Schools" at the
meeting of the Sholem Lodge
luncheon club today at 12:15 at
the Downtowner Restaurant, Sey-
bold Building. _______
Mrs. Blumberg Dies
In Dothcm, Ala., At 76
Mrs. Hyman Blumberg. co-
founder with her late husband of
Blumberg's department store in
Dothan, Ala., died of a heart ail-
ment at ther home there last
week. She was 76.
Surviving are five sons Myer,
Herman, Harold, Sam and Abie,
all of Dothan; a daughter, Mrs.
Lee Shugerman, Dothan; 11
grandchildren; a brother. Sam
Abrams of Baltimore; a sister,
Mrs. Sol Greenberg of Baltimore.
A daughter-in-law. Mrs. Myer
Blumberg, is the former Esther
Orovitz, who is known in this
Beach, announce the opening of
reservations for High Holy Day
services to be conducted at the
Robert Richter Hotel, 3301 Col-
lins Ave. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
will conduct all services and de-
liver the sermons.
Julius Jay Jerlmutter, presi-
dent of the congregation, said
that the seating committee, which
is composed of Benjamin W. Tup-
ler, chairman. Ben Silver and Joe
Rosenthal, will be at the Robert
Richter Hotel daily from 4 to 10
p.m. to handle reservations.
Ticket selling booths will be
under the direction of Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness, president of the
sisterhood, who will be assisted
by members of her group.
Dr. Maurice Rfeh is chairman
of the ushers committee. Serv-
ing with him are Harold Shapiro.
Larry Perlmutter, Austin, Harold
and Stanley Tupler, Everett Lass-
Little Bake Shop Reopens
Welcome news to the residents
of the Southwest section is the
announcement by Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Lipset that their Little
Bake Shop at 2127 Coral Way is
The bakery, which has acquired
a reputation for quality products,
specializes in fancy wedding and
party cakes. All bread, rolls, pas-
tries are baked on the premises.
The bake shop was awarded an
"A" rating for cleanliness by the
State Board of Health.
The thermometer as we know
it today is only 200 years old.
THE MODERN, BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED
935 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
The seals for the High Holidays are being distributed now,
and anyone who wishes to assure himself of a ticket should
come immediatelydon't delay!
OUR BELOVED SPIRITUAL LEADER
PROMINENT SPEAKER AND
Will Conduct SerTicei and Deliver the
SEATS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE
OFFICE OF THE SYNAGOGUE
I DIAMOND, Pres.
H. ZAIDMAN. Viee-Pret.
REV. I. FABER
Performs brism according to the
Laws of Moses and Israel.
311 S. W. 9th Avenue
Since the auditorium of the
Robert Richter has a limited ca-
pacity, Perlmutter urges all in-
terested to make reservations as
soon as possible.
The Northwest Religious Con-
gregation has completed plans for
Orthodox High Holy Day services
to be conducted at 3681 N.W. 2nd
The Rev. S. Guttman, who
has been active in local religious
circles for the past 26 years, will
officiate at the services. He will
be assisted by Nat Pollack.
Tickets for the service at five
dollars per person may be se-
cured from I. Rubinstein. 4064
N.W 4th St., 4-9861.
The congregation conducts
services on Saturday morning at
9 o'clock at 3681 N.W. 2nd St.
THE GARDEN "on the trail"
2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155
FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD
Recommended by DUNCAN HINES
VISIT OUR NEW PATIO
Open From 12 Neon MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owner
IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES
ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA
WANTED A POSITION FOR
Strictly Orthodox, Bal Tfilath,
Schacharis, Mussaph, Bal T'Keoh
and Bal K'reah.
B. S. M~ P. O. Box 2973
or call 78-0705
For High Holiday Services
in Miami Beach
Write C. W.. Box 2973
Miami 18. Fla.
Handling your discretionary ac-
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name. Minimum original Invest-
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$500 In advance. (kiginal invest-
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
University of Miami
Announces the Opening of the
First Semester Classes of the
1949-50 Academic Year
Day and Evening Divisions
SEPTEMBER 12-24 (Monday-Saturday)
Regular and Adult Divisions
SEPTEMBER 19-22 (Monday-Thursday)
Phone 83-4611, Extension 201
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
To ll< Publishod
Questionnaires to 1.500 rabbis
in the United States and Cl
were mailed recently for the Ural
complete Jewish Directory. An
wings of American Judaism, the
directory will be published as
of the end of this year by the
Jewish Statistical Bureau, 320
Broadway. New York City. Dr
Harry S. Linfield. the executive
director of the bureau, stated
Besides containing the au-
thentic roster of the rabbis of the
United States and Canada, the
directory will list all the Jewish
congregations and other Jewish
religious educational and charit-
able institutions, and it will give
statistical information about the
The Jewish Statistical Bureau
is under the auspices of the Na-
tional Council for Statistics of
Jews, which represents the Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis, the Rabbinical Assembly
of America, the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, the Union of Or-
thodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
the United Synagogue of America
and the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America.
4.500 rabbis is the largest num-
ber ever reported by the Ameri-
can Jewish community. Dr. Lin-
field stated. In the previous cen-
sus of rabb:# which Dr Linfield
took in 1927, nly 1.751 rabbis
were enumerated. The g vern-
ment's census of religious b dies
of 1S90, gave 200 rabbis But
these figures referred to those
rabbis who wee directly con-
nected with the congregal
Large numbers of duly ordained
- are now engaged in Jewish
educational and welfare fields.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lei ring to engage in
M undi the fk tui.'iis name or
Beach Laundromat A Laundry
I Street, Miami Beach,
(later said name
.. rh f th<- Circuit Court of
Dade c ij i" rida
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9 it Owni
FREPER1CK S GROS8BERG
Pis i Bids
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
...->>...i .i.ieiHnc to unease In
Notice I* hereby Riven that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fb-titious name or
THK RUSHIiltooK CO. at N w.
Mod Street and 10th Avenue. Miami,
Dade County, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
NAT ROTTEN H F.lti i
.1 H LESSER
Attorney at Law
West Palm Reach, Fla.
v 12-19-26 9/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIA EN tha
desiring to engage li
the fictitious name o
\ al Pi oducta at IS!
\ Bayshore Drive, Miami. Florida
of the Circuit C
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e. Miami, Florida.
' name with
'ourt of i >ade
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LARRY I. STEWART
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN ri.....RCUIT COURT OF THE
XTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
. \ IN AND FOR DADE
NTY IN CHANCERY. No.
IRVING J "-N. Plaintiff, vs.
IME1 > V -.....N Defendant.
.....v IRUBSTEIN. 21S0
East Street Br Oklyn, New
II (IK an appear-
.. entitled suit for
the 1 laj I Bei tember,
nfeaso win be
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I II la) of August, 1949.
E B LEATHERMAN.
' rk the Circuit Court.
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Fv WSJ W. STOCKTSO,
IE J rENDRICH,
Att '-- for Plain! '
S Bis Ming
- PI >rl ia
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BurneVs Photo Center at 1141-43 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ______ ..._
PHOTO ILLUSTRATORS, INC.
A Florida Corporation
Bv Burnev Irishman, President
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
S 19-26 9/2-9
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
N1VEN MANUFACTURING CO. (NOT
INCORPORATED) at 3393 N. W.
22nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A & B Beauty Shop at 205 Congress
Building. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for applicant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E & L POULTRY & FISH MARKET
at 615 N. \V. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
Attorney for Applicants
1204-05 Pacific Bldg.
8 26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
GERTRUDE DOSTIS. Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON DOSTIS. Defendant.
You, MILTON DOSTIS, 216 E 73th
Street, New York City, New York,
are notified to file your appearance
in the above cause for divorce on the
22nd day of September. AD. 194J,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 22nd day of August,
E. B LEATHERMAN Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
I M 9 2-9-16
the undersigned, desiring !., ,.L, "["
business under the fli-tlt|..iw v'!5"
BEACH TOGGERY SIl'V,. ,"*""'
6606 Collins Avenue |rTtlte SIP*
Miami Beach. Florida, Intends t!K C'
ister the said name with the Pta**"
the Circuit Court of Dade K?W
Florida. e Uuni>\
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE t
74S Seybold Building
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN*
the undersigned, desiring to .TBal,
business under the fictitious 255 m
Dade Warehouse at 3040 V w*?
River Drive. Miami K M,' ,";
to register said name wltl Ih. r, '
Florida0""01"1 CUrl '' h '^r
Congress Bldg., Miami
Attorney for Applicant
i S/12-19-26 9/2-9
, NOTICE fo~APPEAT-------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "f THp
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCI-1T IV [25
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/)Rm\ D
IN CHANCERY, No. IJMS6
VICTORIA ROBSON, PtalntlH v.
STEPHEN E. ROBSON, DtfaSiM
TO: Stephen E. Robson am
224 Bay 32nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to ti\e a.
appearance In the above divorce action
on or before September 14, 1949 other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso wiu'bj
entered against you.
Dated this 15th day of August,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
FRANCIS EDWIN KNOWI.TON
Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET KNOWL-
YOU. MARGARET KNOWLTON.
Fonda. New Tork, are required to file
an appearance In the above entitled
suit for divorce on the 19 day of
September. 1949. or a decree pro con-
'**?? will be entered against you.
Dated this 17 day of August, 1949.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
_, _clerlc ot the Circuit Court.
1 Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
MOTE J. L. TENDR,^^" ^
Attorney for Plaintiff
. Miami. F.orida
I 19-26 9 2-9 '
NOTICE UNDER F.CTiTIOUS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY VEX that
the undersiKne 1. dealt ng to .
business under the flctltl
ARON'S DEPARTMENT SfTORE
at number 307 North .- .! h '
the City of South Miami. Fl
tend to register th.- 1
the Clerk of the Circuit
Attorney at law
106 Congress Building
- -'; 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF~INTENTION TO VAKE
APPLICATION FOR FiNAL
IN COUNTY JUDGES
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No,
RE: ESTATE OF GARRET? GEORGE
GLATT, al.-o known IARRT
NOTICE is hereby gl
have filed my final rep":t ttition
for Final Discharge a* A r.itrn
of the estate of Garr-tt Gi -
alao kntwn as Garry Glatl
and that on the 30th da)
11-4S, I will apply t
W. F Blanton, Count:
Dade County. Florida. :
said final report and I
charge as Admlnist:..' f the
Estate of Garrett <;.- rj<
known as Garr>' Glat:
This 29th day of Augui i'
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrati (
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
,^0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
sRfcTE. unu'r ,th* SfOuotH name of
Park Lido Hctel at 22; Park Avenue.
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
name w.th the Clerk of the Circuit
-ourt of Dade County. Florida.
B :e Owner
yVEINSTEIN WEINSTEIN ft
Attorr.eys for Applicant
4J0 L.r.coln Road
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE C lUNTT,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
To All Creditors and All P- M BJ
ing Claims or Demands A- nat BW
You. and each of you, are hereW
notified and required to present aw
claims and demands which you, w
either of you, may have aga:nst u
estate of LENA MARCUS deceaiji
late of Dade Countv, Florida, W til
Hon. W. F BLANTON C inty JW
of Dade County, and file the same
his office In the County C-'Urtlwuit
in Dade County, Florida, within ji*
calendar months from the late of w
first publication hereof r
or demands to conUln the legtal -
dress of the claimant and
'to and presented as ai : <*";,",
1 same wlU be barred. See Section 1.0
I the 1933 Probate Act.
Date August 23. AD MM
As Administrator of the EstaM "'
LENA MARCUS, D. -
MYERS. HEIMA.N KAPLAN
Attorneys for Admir.ist: at
^ :i 9 !-9-l
,. -?,R,OER OF PUBLICATION
:N..J"E c'Rcuit court of the
:.-- }* J>-"IAL CIRCUIT OF
- *LD,A iN ANI' ^'R 1'ADE
^T> in CHANCERY, Nt
I TARASIEW1CZ De DAPPER.
1 Maurice De dapper, n
"dla-'-r. A. r, Kow York
xS\'v':' M to fl' >our Appearance
cause for Dhorce on or
-*. .re &epterr.br 23 1949 0* a De-
igV.rs^ ..f00'*"0 W1U ** *r.te:e,l
DATED Aamajl 24. 1949.
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
B> F J QOUIJ>.
MAX R SILVER D*"Ut>' C'rk
Attorney for Plaintiff
:. BayaoU Bu'idi-g,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OF. EN
the undersigned, desirinc to ""i*** 4
business under the OeOUoUl nf""lh
ALRAY SHOPPE at nu:i : r "-.-'^
Miami Avenue. In the City < sus4
Florida, intends to register 'a' "J.
name with the Oerk of :v- ""
Court of Dade County. FloriM.
ARONO^TZ. WEINKLE AND
Attorneys for Applicant
8 19-I 9 2-9-16 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW M,
NOTICE IS HEREBY L.\ EN '
the undersized, desir.ns to e..gM' rf
business under the BcUOoui na"'w,
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MTERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
^111 Be Aired
That Greek Dog," starring
Everett Sloane, latest episode in
the radio series "Stories To Re-
member," will be heard tomorrow
at 6 p.m. over station WVCG,
Participants in the fifteen min-
ute live panel discussion to fol-
low immediately, will be Gilbert
j Balkin, director, Florida re-
gional office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, who will
serve as moderator; Chaplain
James A. Boston. Pratt General
Hospital, Coral Gables; Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables
Jewish Center; and Professor
Duncan Scott of the University
df Miami journalism department
and chairman, southeastern area
council, American Veterans Com-
" -That Greek Dog" is another
animal story by the well known
writer, Cantor. It is the story of
a dog who has a keen nose for
human companionship and sharp
teeth for injustice and unfair-
The "Stories To Remember
radio series is produced by the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion, in cooperation with the
Sigma lllio Head
Allan Storch was named presi-
dent of the Sigma Rho Chapter
of AZA at a recent meeting of
Others elected to office were
Mark Rubin, vice president; Mor-
ton Seltman, secretary; Leonard
Schwartz, corresponding secre-
tary: Bob Rothberg, treasurer;
Bill Kahn, sergeant-at-arms;
Cliff Suchman, pledge master;
Harold Hirschaut, rabbi; Leslie
Lang, reporter. Lang and
S h wartz have ben appointed
delegates to the B'ani B'rith
IN THE MAIL
In your issue of Friday, August
26, I read with deep interest the
farewell letter of Abe Gannes in
which he enumerates his accom-
plishments of the past five years
as director of the Bureau of Jew-
I am not going to question the
accomplishments of the bureau
under Mr. Gannes' leadership for
that is not the purpose of this
letter; although there is room for
doubt whether it was worth the
$100,000 or more spent during his
I was, however, greatly shocked
with some of his proposals: "That
the leaders of the congregation
should come to recognize that the
effectiveness of the Hebrew
school curriculum will depend
upon well qualified teachers who
are licensed; that the combina-
tion of cantor-teacher is not a
happy one. It is false economy
and parents should realize that
the education of their children
will suffer thereby."
I, being a cantor-teacher, would
like to know on what basis does
he make such a statement. If the
requirement to teach is a license;
what does it matter if the teacher
has additional qualifications to
earn a better living when the
one does not interefere with the
For the information of Mr.
Gannes; I am a 1931 graduate
of Yeshiva College which is
recognized as the oldest and best
teachers institution. Reverend
Cantor Maurice Mamches is also
a graduate of this school. I also
have in my possession a teacher's
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
There seems to be more than and should have a good season.
the usual amount of anti-Semitic
talk in baseball dugouts through-
out the land this summer.
Hilty Shapiro, former City Col-
lege athlete, is still going great
guns at New Castle. Pa. where
he has belted four homers in a
few weeks of play. Washington
scouts like his play and want him
to move to a league of higher
classification next season. Hilty
still has a half year of schooling
at City and is slated to take over
as athletic director at the Belle
Harbor, N. Y., JWB center. He
also is looking around for a sport-
ing goods store in Brooklyn and
the Rockaways. Shapiro will be a
busy young man once the fall ar-
Sid Schact appeared on the
mound five times in nine days
for the Scranton club in the East-
ern League. In that period he
pitched thirty scoreless innings
before giving up a run to Bing-
hamton. His 15-4 record is the
second best hurling mark in the
Latest word from the Adiron-
dacks indicates that City College
has won out over N.Y.U. in its
battle to keep Al Roth, husky
basketball star, who supposedly
was transferring to the Violet in-
City is playing an Ivy College
hoop team for the first time in
close to twenty years when it
With the best freshman team in
years moving up to the varsity,
the followers of City look for the
boys to earn a bid to a national
tournament at the conclusion of
Lionel Malamed, a former City
hoop captain, is working in the
mountains as a waiter and will
not return home until sometime
in October. He still is the prop-
erty of Indianapolis in the BAA.
Lionel may get married upon his
return to New York City and
decide to forget about big-time
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Moving to Bigger and Better
Facilities on the Beach in October
meets Princeton in New Jersey.
"""^ttLS^JSSeJE"* BU" The Beavers have 13 games _sched-
Auxiliary Board Meets
A special meeting of the board
of directors of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged was held recently at
the Marseilles Hotel with Mrs.
Benjamin Appel presiding.
Mrs. Sol Silverman reported on
the summer book project which
will conclude at the annual De-
Plans are being formulated by
the group for the installation
luncheon to be held Tuesday noon
on November 8 at the Delano
Hotel. Mrs. Jack Udell is chair-
man of the affair. Miss Clara
Goldenberg is in charge of tick-
ets. Anyone wishing reservations
may call Mrs. Udell or Miss Gold-
The first regular meeting of
the group will be held in October.
Sumerian women of thousands
of years ago used gold compacts
complete with tweezers, earpicks,
and hand-scratchers, according to
the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
reau of Jewish Education.
Mr. Gannes, is there one other
teacher in Greater Miami with
better documentary qualifica-
tions to teach? Is it not a fact
that under your supervision
teachers have been engaged by
congregations although they were
not able to produce either a
diploma or a license and you did
not even protestor was it poli-
tically wiser to look the other
Rabbi Mescheloff and the com-
mittee who engaged me four
years ago did not choose me at
random but made inquiry at the
school from which I graduated
and at the congregations in which
I served during the past. You can
readily see, therefore, that I do
meet the requirements of a teach-
er. But "unfortunately" I am
gifted with a voice which I dedi-
cated to the service and glory of
God. Is this a crime? Should I,
therefore, be disqualified?
LOUIS D. FEDER,
DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Non-Surgical Treatment of
21 S. W. 13th Avenue
uled in Madison Square Garden
Egyptian peasant women tat-
too their chins and foreheads
with a flower design, according
to the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
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THE REOPENING OF THE
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WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
CONGREGATION KNESETH ISRAEL
1415 EUCLID AVENUE
Proudly presents the famous Artist of Israel
Cantor M. Yardeini
To chant the services on the High Holidays and Succoth
Our spiritual leader, the well-known Jewish Journalist
Orator and Organizer
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever
will deliver the sermons during the services
A SEATING COMMITTEE IS AT THE CONGREGATION
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,
Mayors Join Drive *rife$
For Hospital Funds ""*
Greater Miami's three mayors
and 14 other business, religious
and medical leaders were chosen
by Chairman Jack Bell last week-
end to help raise $180,000 for the
completion and equipment of the
South Florida Children's Hospital
Mayors Robert L. Floyd. Haro!d
Turk and Keith Phillips of Mi-
ami. Miami Beach and Coral
Plans are being made to pre*
duce a play. And Your Young
Shall See Visions." written by
Harold Shapiro. Miami Bead]
Consisting of one act ar.i
prologue in four scenes, the play
was inspired. Mr Shapiro says,
by the Zionist Youth cvnc'.ave
which was he'.d here several
months ago sr.d. Seals with
Gables, stated that they were; lights of a you::-, camp in Arr.er-
"100 per cent behind Jack Bell j ica. Interw.-ver. into the work
and the hospital board in their are Hebrew songs and dances
efforts to complete the children's j Commenting on Mr Snapii >'s
hospital." The trio announced that play. S A Goodman declares thai
they would issue official pro- it "has captured the spirit of
clamations endorsing the cam-1 youth and will undoubtedly be
paign which is scheduled to run an important contributing factor
from September 12 to 30. | to a better understanding of the
Bell also named Milton Chap- Zionist cause."
man. Mrs. William Cox. the Rev.! Mrs. Alex Van Stratton. char-
Glenn James. Jack Kofoed. Father '. man of the special events ; :..-
J. H. McAtee. Charles S. Leyden. mittee of the Greater Miami Zion-
Dr. Warren H. Quillian. Jake ist Youth Commission, secured
Beth Sholom Launches Eighth Year
Ot Service To Miami Beach Community
Sher. John E. Shuev. Dr. Joseph
S. Stewart. Dr. A.' H. Weiland.
Mrs. Ellen Whiteside. Paul Bruun
and Rabbi Colman Zwitman.
"Every member of this cam-
paign committee has accepted
with enthusiasm." Bell said. "It
wil take much hard work to-raise
that much money in cash, in such
a short time."
Set Up In Israel
TEL AVIV. JTA A N g.
Authc rity" 1 u r. the [level P-
ment I Is: s ; uthern desert
was .:;. inted : day by Premier
David 3er. Gurion App int
of members of the rommissi n :
sup<. vist the new pi ect u
als made public Thest are
Yitzhak Chizik and Haim Hal-
perin. cf the Agriculture Minis-
try: Pinchai K zlovsky, .:' the
Defense Ministry: Av: aham Berg-
man, of the Finance Ministry; and
Blass. : the Water Re-
The c mmiss: n members wil]
he charged with the task jf initi-
ating .. th .....:. investigation of
the Negev'snatural res urces
n luding soil and v. atei pot* .:...
permission for presentation.
Dr. E. J. Edelman. who has
been placed in charge of arrange-
ments, announces that casting
will take place immediately.
Members of the Zionist Youth or-
ganizations in the area are eligi-
ble to try out for role*
New Benches Will Be
Installed At Beth Tfilah
For Holiday Services
Monuhin To Play
On Voin Kippur
LONDON. JTA Yehudi
Menuhin. well-known Jewish
violinist will play on Yom Kip-
pur rather than be sued for breach
of contract was announced here
this week Efforts to alter the date
c: his concert failed, the an-
With the advent of the Jewish
New Year on the eve of Septem-
ber 23. Temple Beth Sholom will
enter its eighth year of service
to the Miami Beach Jewish com-
Shepard Broad, president of the
Sisterhood Fetes Kramers
The Sisterhood of Congergation
Beth Tfilah gave a dinner Sun-
day honoring Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Kramer on the occasion of their
golden wedding anniversary.
The program consisted of
speeches and Palestinian songs.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, served as toastmaster.
Others who spoke were I. Dia-
mond. H. Zaidman, H. Sher and
In charge of arrangements for
the affair were Mrs. M. Katz,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Zaidman, Mrs.
Tfilah. 935 Euclide Ave. Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Joseph E Rack-
v>_ky. >p:r::ual leader,
-he synagogue is air-condi-
:. ned throughout the rabbi
-::.-..>. and new benches will be
installed before the holidavs.
coincides with Yom Kippur eve
Mr Menuhin's concert will take
place r. the night of October 2 in
Manchester where he will per-
:" :' r the British Motor and
Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund.
He declared that he was "very
distressed" over the fact that he!
Rabbi Rackovsky will officiate 'did nT succeed in persuading the
at all services and deliver the' concert's sponsors to accept an-
sermons iother date.
Members of the seating com-| (The Associated Press reported
mittee are at the svnagogue from ;":s week from London that the |
10 a.m. to 10 p.m". to take care concert promoters were willing
[to have Mr. Menuhin's concert
I take place the afternoon of Octo-
------------------------j ber 2. instead of in the evening.
plans for the development of on condition that Menuhin agrees
communications system!, agricul-, 1. *-ePl a f.e.e f $600 instead of
ture and fisheries on the Aqaba! $5-- or' he preferred, he
and will be expected to submit coast could earn the original contract
figure bv guaranteeing that all
3.000 seats in the concert hall
would be sold for an afternoon
performance. Mr. Menuhin's man-
ager refused to accept any of
these conditions, the Associated
congregation, has announced that
another active year in the life of
Temple Beth Sholom will be
launched with the inauguration
of regular schedule of religious
services beginning with Rosh
Hashona Eve. sn
"During the five years of Rabbi
Leon Kronish's spiritual leader
ship, the temple has grown from
a membership of 20 families to
500 and is ever continuing to ex-
pand its program of service to
the congregation and the com-
munity," Broad said. "During that
time Cantor Samuel Kelemer has
served our congregation for four
years and has developed an out-
standing musical service."
Broad also pointed out that dur-
ing the summer months the air-
conditioned temple has been
completely refurbished and decor-
ated and the seating capacity has
been enlarged. The community
house facilities, including a kit-
N. Kaplan. Mrs. Gretz, Mrs. E. chen, an air-conditioned banquet
Rackovsky, Mrs. I. Diamond, hall and outdoor patio have been
exceptionally well equipped, he
said, to accommodate wedding re-
ceptions. Bar Mitzvah parties and
Many alterations have been
made in the Religious School phy-
sical equipment. Broad explained.
An air-cooling system has been
installed: new classrooms have
been built, new walks and a
bicycle ramp have also been built;
all the classrooms and the hall-
ways and stairs have been bright-
"Thus Temple Beth Sholom re-
dedicates itself once again to the
principle of religious educational
and cultural growth and expan-
sion." Broad concluded.
Mrs. H. Sher and Mrs. Jones.
Rabbi Ever To Speak
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Congregation Kneseth
Israel, has been prompted by pub-
lic lesponse to continue his week-
ly radio broadcasts. Tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock the rabbi will
speak on Simon Seiden s Jewish
Forum Hour over WWPB and on
Sunday at 1 p.m. he will be heard
over M. Nasatir's Yiddish Classi-
cal Hour over WINZ.
: reservati ns
Unload Hebrew University Books From First Train
Survey Members Named
LAUSANNE. (JTA)The Con-
ciliation Commission announced
this week the names of the Brit-
ish. French and Turkish members
of its economic survey group,
which will study the econonvc
development possibilities of Is-
rael and the Arab states and
which is headed by Gordon R.
Clapp. chairman of the Tennes-
see Valley Authoritv.
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salvaged from the Nazi ruin* of Europe and destined for the Jew-
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the declaration of Israels independence on May 14. 1948. The bocks
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashnitii Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
warns the Jewish population not to be misled by words such as
KOSHER. FLISHE FLEISH. or an insignia such as the MOGEN
DOVID, six-pointed star:
1. Only stores which have the sign of the Greater Miami
V aad Hakashiuth are endorsed by the Vaad.
2. No chicken market where the Shochet does not have the
plumba of the Greatei Miami Vaad Hakashruth to affix on
the chickens is endorsed by your Vaad and therefore the
Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth.
Any further information concerning Kashruth mav be obtained
by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk'v. 818 Michi-
gan Avenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3395
HARRY SIRKIN, Pre*.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Secy.
S. LOBEL. Treas.
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
RABBI IACOB IIOAH.
Our New Leader. Will Officiate)
ASSISTED BY IRVING SPITZER. BAAL-TEFILAH
AND OUR OWN CHOIR DIRECTED BY PIERRE MANDE
Tickets may be obtained at the office of the Center
2030 Polk St.. Hollywood, daily, oxc.pt Saturday, from
9:30 A.M. to 7:30 PJ4.
EARLY PURCHASE OF TICKETS ARE ESSENTIAL AS
SEATS ARE LIMITED
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1949
Jewish Student Life On College Campus
By DIANE DIAMOND
The Jewish student on the
campus of a mid-western uni-
versity is not easily distinguished
from his gentile neighbors. He
studies the same subjects, for the
most part. His social life follows
the pattern laid down by the
majority. He participates to a full
extent in the extra-curricular
activity of the campus. He does
not display feats of brilliance in
the classroom or on the basket-
ball court to a greater degree than
anyone else, nor is he left behind
in the race for recognition. He is
generally a fully participating
member of the campus commun-
ity, depending, as in the case of
his gentile fellow student, on his
personality, brains and desire for
The fact that he is a Jew plays
a small role in his integration
into community life. The role that
his Jewishness plays is an in-
ternal onethat is, the fact of
Jewishness determines his atti-
tudes toward non-Jews; it tells
him to a large degree where he
may live, and with whom he can
mingle socially. The Jewish com-
munity on one mid-western
campus is a highly organized one.
But it does not preclude activity
and interest beyond its bound-
The average Jew on this
campus will live for the greater
part of his college career only
with other Jews. If he is a man,
he will live in a fraternity house
with other Jews. Non-Jewish
fraternities will not admit him to
their membership even if he
should desire it. He may live in a
university dormitory, which by
definition has a small number of
Jews in it because it is restricted
to students from the state in
which the campus is located.
This state has a small Jewish
population. If he lives in a dorm,
his roommate, in all likelihood,
will be Jewish. If he lives neither
in a dorm nor a fraternity house,
he will live in a boarding house
which may or may not be mixed.
If the Jewish student is a woman
she will, in nine cases out of ten,
live in an all Jewish "organized
hous-e," subject to university
regulations, but run by private
householders. On this particular
campus, approximately five hun-
dred Jewish women live in such
houses. Dorm facilities for woman
are similarly limited as for men.
Sororities play an insignificant
part in the life of the average
Jewish woman on this campus,
because there is only one active
Jewish sorority, and non-Jewish
sororities do not welcome her.
As a result of the aforemen-
tioned situation, certain obvious
facts arise. The first one is that
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social life for the Jewish student
revolves primarily around other
Jewish students, and more speci-
fically, around the organized
houses and fraternities. The in-
ternal structure of this social life
is barely distinguishable from
that of its gentile counterparts.
The requisite number of open
houses, house parties and frat-
ernity formals occur with time-
worn regularity each month to
keep Jewish students in contact
with one another on a social basis.
Another result of this "segre-
gated" housing arrangement is the
almost complete lack of contact
except on the most superficial and
casual basis of Jew and gentile.
With very few exceptions, and
these are mainly among the in-
tellectual group and the people
highly active in campus affairs,
the average Jewish student knows
no non-Jews. He may make casual
friends in classes with non-Jews,
but there is virtually no carry-
over outside the classroom. As a
result, the existence of the typical
Jewish student on this mid-west
campus is almost ghettoized. He
lives, eats and sleeps, and walks
to class only with Jews. This is
the rule. The exception is the
student who has an equal number
of friends drawn from all groups,
who has social contact with a
diverse group of people, and who
has close friends at all, outside
of his living quarters.
The exceptional student will
take an active part in campus af-
fairs. Through his activity he will
meet and learn to know well,
numbers of other students with
diverse backgrounds and inter-
ests. But this group is smallas
it is in the general community.
The participating person is some-
one unique, whether he be Jew-
ish, gentile, black or white. The
Jewish student on this campus
will find very few doors closed
to him, in the field of extra-cur-
ricular activity. He may become
editor of the daily newspaper,
president of the theater group,
chairman of one of the numerous
political organizations, or of a
or president of the student gov-
ernmentall of which has hap-
pened in the last two years on
this campus. He is free to choose
his activity and work at it to the
best of his ability, with the
knowledge that if he proves him-
self, he will not be denied an im-
portant position because he hap-
pens to be a Jew. Such a type
person on the whole emerges
from his participating experience
as a well-rounded individual,
with a broad field of interest and
contact which will serve him to
great advantage when he leaves
the university atmosphere. He
will be equipped to cope with the
"outside world" to a much great-
er degree than his fellow student
who spends his four years iso-
lated from the activity around
him, and from the numerous dif-
ferences in the people he has
failed to meet and know. Such a
person is not a "ghetto-ized"
Jewish student, though he may
live with, and have his primary
social contacts with the type men-
Academically, the Jewish stu-
dent faces few problems that his
gentile co-student is not required
to meet. There may be a few cases
of blatant anti-Semitism on the
part of a stupid or misguided in-
structor, but these are so isolated
and infrequent that they are not
worth mentioning. A Jewish stu-
dent may feel that he is being dis-
criminated against if he receives
what he feels to be an unwarrant-
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ed low grade, but upon investiga-
tion, it has usually been found
that this is hypersensitivity on
the part of the student. Mainly In
the field of graduate work, and
especially in the professional
schools, is there cause for alarm
and discouragement on the part
of the Jewish student. It is com-
mon knowledge that it is very dif-
ficult for a Jew to get into a
medical school, regardless of his
On the surface then, the Jewish
student leads a life similar in most
respects to that of the non-Jew.
The difference lies only in the
fact that his life, like that of the
gentile, is self-contained. It sel-
dom reaches out to include mem-
bers of other groups. It is, for the
purposes of the average student,
self-sufficient and self-sustain-
ing. The few who rebel against
the narrowness that this kind of
living implies, are free to create
a different sort of life for them-
selves, without the fetters of
Any analysis of the life of the
Jewish student on a mid-western
campus would not be complete
without some mention of the part
that religions or specifically
"Jewish" activity plays in it. Or-
ganized religion, per se, holds lit-
tle interest for the majority of'
students, Jewish or gentile, "col-
legiate" or intellectual. The stu-
dent religious groups have thus
far failed to provide an attraction
for the members of their denomi-
nations on the campus. The Hillel
foundations have probably been
most successful in this field, when
compared to the other religious
groups. This is attributable to
many factors. In the first place,
the Hillel foundation fulfills more
than a merely "religious" need.
It is the sole place where a Jew-
ish student with positive Jewish
interests can express them. It
conducts manifold activities to
encourage interest in things Jew-
ish, as well as to supply an outlet
for those who already have such
interest. On the campus we have
been discussing, Hillel has played
an unfortunately minor role. Its
High Holiday services are crowd-
ed beyond capacity. Other than
this one-a-year function, it has
been a losing battle to attract
more than a small handful of stu-
dents to take part in the yearly
activity. This is in some measure
due to the high caliber of campus
activity, and to the almost un-
limited opportunities for expres-
sion in the general campus com-
munity. Those students who had
Jewish or Zionist interest before
their arrival on the camDus gen-
erally continue it. Very few who
did not have a positive Jewish
background in their pie-college
days attain interest or participa-
tion once they are on the campus.
This is not due, necessarily, to a
desire to assimilate or reject their
background. It is more attribut-
able to the fact that they have
not known the "positive" aspects
of being Jewish, and facilities for
teaching this are at a minimum,
once the college level has been
attained. Recognition and respect
in the Jewish community and in
the campus community as a
whole, comes not from active par-
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach (extreme right) preienii
the key to the city of Miami Beach to Frederick M. Kraut (second
from right), national director. Veterans Relations Department,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Also shown (left to right)
are Jack Gold, secretary, and David R. Isen. president, Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Kraut attended the Veterans of Foreign Wars
National Convention in Miami and addressed the Miami Beach and
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon clubs while in the community.
ticipation in Jewish affairs, but
rather, from a broader, more gen-
eralized participation in the af-
fairs of the larger community.
On the whole, the Jewish stu-
dent on the mid-western campus
is relatively free to make his life
as he sees fit. He can conform to
the conventional patterns of
campus Jewish life, or he can
strike out on a broader scale. He
will meet anti-Semitism, mani-
fested in subtle wayshe will be
refused admission to a fraternity,
he will be told at a rooming house,
"sorry, no Jews allowed;" he may
find profane remarks about him-
self scribbled on the statue of a
great American liberator; but if
he is equipped to cope with the
realities of the world in which he
lives, he will not be unduly dis-
turbed. He can find the kind of
education that he seeks, and learn
to make the kind of life that he
desires for himself. The fact that
Control Of PPS
NEW YORK, (JTA)Complete
control of the Palestine Purchas-
ing Service, Inc. has been as-
sumed by AMPAL,American
Palestine Trading Corporation-
through the purchase of all the
outstanding P.P.S. stock, it was
announced this week by Ralph
Wechsler, president and S. A.
Dickler, manager of the Palestine
he is a Jew is only another chal-
lenge to meet in a world of un-
certainty for Jew and gentile
alike. To the extent that he meets
it successfully on the campus will
determine in some measure the
kind of contribution he will make
to his community as a mature and
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Chazon or Layman with good
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or phone Key West 166S J.
IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.)
During the Forthcoming Holidays
ROSH HASHONO YOM KIPPUR
Friday Evening, Sept. 23 Sunday Evening 0ct 2
Saturday, Sept. 24 Monday, Oct. 3
Sunday. Sept. 25
Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy
NOW GIVES SEWING INSTRUCTIONS
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
FRroAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1949
t V NOAM*
t t x t e v
M t QOt NOOEl
MAftC R U T H I R.
Chief of staff of thi army of
BRAU.WHO MS MASTER-MINDID
IH[ PIFENSt Of THE JEWISH STATE
IN THE SPIRIT OF THE MACXAMANS
HI ARRIVED AT TH[ THEN REMOTE RtHOVOTH
ARIA Of PALESTINE WHEN HE WAS ONLY
SIH YEARS OLD. EATER THE DOSTROVSKY
FAMILY SETTLE IN HAIFA.
RORN JACOB POSTRQVSkY IM ODESSA.RUSSIA,!*
1899,HIS FAMILY BROUGHT HIM TO PALESTINE
AETER THE NOTORIOUS 1905 POGROMS.
AT THE BEGINNING OF WORLD WA.U.YAAKOV
OORI ORGANIZED A SELF-DflENSf ORGAN-
IZATION KNOWN AS"HASHOMfR"(rHE WATCH-
MANJ.THIS UNIT UCAM THE fORERUWW*. Of HAGAN/.r1
IN 1115 HE JOINED THE JEWISH
LEGION AND RECEIVED MACHINE-
Cl'NNERY INSTRUCTION SECRET-
LY.HE TAUGH1 THE USE Of THE
MACHINES TO HAC-ANAH MEM
BESS AFTER THE WAR ENDED
LATER HE WENT TO BELGIUM WHERE
HI STUDIED CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
INo WHEN VE RETURNED TO PALESTINE
Hi WQftKEt AS AN ENGINEER TH'i
TAAiNINf WAS TO ST*NP UM M CMP SHAD
DURING THE 1929 RIOTS HE WAS AP-
POINTED DEPUTY COMMANDER fOR
HAIFA AND DEFENDED THE CITY
SUCCESSFULLY AGAINST ATTACk.fROM
THEN ON HE BEGAN TO MOLD THE
HAGANAH UNITS INTO A STRONG.
MODERN MILITARY FORCE.
HE HAS SERtiUSlT STUDIED GERMAN.
FRENCH,RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH
BOOKS ON MeilTARY TECHNIQUE.
AT THE OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR U.
HE WAS NAMED CHIEF OF STAFF OF HAGANAH
CONSIDERED ONE C* THE FEW
SUCCESSFUL MILITARY COM-
MANDERS WHO HAS NEVER
HAD FORMAL MILITARY TRAIN-
ING-DEFENDER OF THE
STATE Of ISRAEL........
coft."f i->va-;i-.ijm uucaurw ac>ih
Mil VON FRIEDMAN
WASHING ["ON -'.
the u n are mp aining
about the A- .". .. e-
.,:,'".. \ press n the wake .:"
- !-; i r..m Jews have
'.-.. n s< i I> a> freight
cais .--. pped '" S bci .
tagry charges of 1 1 n are hurled against Ihe
Je is pi ess in this .. ant > t>>
:: ... sts V ddif......War-
saw "."'.>.- ... p : I
sen; the Jewish pe ?ple of
IVj:u ..-...' f heard '.0
Washsng the Jew-
i C ...' ...- as
.>'.. ..- "
. .. .-..
the Jew :sh re-
..:.--. the West .".
: ie ....- Pi p s
IV -.. ... s tes
.". .-. ..- .
-. .". sh .' pro-
pressioas of As* .. n
newspapers \ .. % a re-
adoptee I: .- .\: n V d -
dsh '. ''. sav bdic ad
W. .". workers
\.- v- f.-->:
Age 55, >-t 47-.' N w Snd Ave., died
Hi ..imr to Mi.uni three
years fi >ti Grand Rapid*, Mich..
hi was .1 wholesale meal pack-
er Ren ns wi tent Grand Rapids
which has beer shed i
" :c _:
>. .\. -- .
. .' ; ~ i
- "-. ... -
. r o<
.. > press abroad These rumors
have nothing in common with the
realitv of the stobi'irod Jewish
life m Poland '
The Warsaw radio, however,
neglected to mention the testi-
n nj ot Polish Jews .:. Displaced
Pei sons ..\'-"v> in the American
lone .:' Germanj'
A number of American Jews
who served with the Israel Army
have expressed v.Xen: >:;->: r.
1 11 reported plans of .i super-
\ Jewish see: to emigrate
I 11 I'mted S:.,:es from Israel
sect known .;s the Netura
K is anti-Zionist and :\.;s
h pes of moving to the
S because they be-
ioes not >ffei them
enough religioui freedom
- .....a .. se : (he S:a:e rV-
nent cons .-e:^d :he rev I
with much amusement J^-e di-
plomat respondent & \-ed
that the Netura Karta maj be
1 ie I rst P Ig .-s u leave Is-
Vn ex-GJ \; h.=s retv
: -:- United Sutes after 1.....Cw -
service ..:- the Israel Army said
this week that members I the
Llltra-C I se:: r ,;. ;_.; -
American Te 11 a aided Urae]
-...v. He said
las not been dep
- as freedom but
KStently j-e-\r:=c to iep ive
a- -: 5. messed ras
stoning ::' as l-
repcrw have '. 1 c smash-
5 and ;
.7*7: the S r. -;
-rj: their Lvea :: "f^
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svarc K= ; 3U- le*ier :
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; sa-- -i 13 v
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5-.a-.es. Tie sect -i a -2
ae(- si t* rmerly >: Miami Bi'ach,
>t week In CatdweU. N J. He
- irea (or S3 ) ears. Sur-
\-.\,-:- Greatei Miami Include a
Edward G ; .i daughter, Mrs.
Ksteli I a I Iher Oei rge
V'ORRIS N KOCH
\_. .. \ H trd St i'.issi'.l
awa} tl week HU sur^ vori liu-lude
Meyert '. laide Mann and
Beverrj K l brothers, Samuel
.- vi wen '.<:.! Tues-
day al :).. Mtarr R il Chapel.
SiVON L BLOOMBERG
.. S W '..-:. Ai< pas* 1
a.-. it his homi Prlda; A 11 -
ken 1 .^-: : \,.,- <
" -- he was a retired
-- es his wife. Baat-
rtce ihrei soni Lewis (
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Mrs France* Ba md Mrs. s.uiie
- .: Services
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Jewish Quiz Box
Q.: Why is il customary for
those present at the burial rites
to cover the grave with earth?
A.: This is the last honor to be
performed and it resembles the
loving affection with which a
mother draws the covers over her
sleeping child. It indicates that
even in death men should help
and comfort each other. Some feel
that it adds to the forgiveness
which the deceased seeks in the
eyes of the Heavenly tribunal.
Others indicate that it is a sym-
bol of the fact that all wilj
eventually follow the path to the
grave and that the deceased u
only a step ahead.
flabbl Joseph E. Rackovskry
818 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5 3595
Sisterhood To Meet
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will hold its regular meet-
ing Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Hannah Honig. 2427
S.W. 25th Ave. Nominations for
permanent officers will be made.
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Israelite Center (General). 3346
cw 24th St.
Ball* Mi vl.-es at 7 a.m. Friday night
I 'T.. at S p.m. Refreshments will
f' vecl immediately following the
rv'i'.s Saturday morning services
"' Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox). 1415 Euclid At...
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
. Ep'm,v eventM services at 6:15 p.m.
o.,Vrdav morning services at 8:30
, Rabbi Ever will speak on the
;','I,.,,,,, the Week. At B p.m. Rabbi
v. ,il apeak on "The Ethics of
Li,. Rtothera. to be followtd by Mln"
1 ,'.'. shalos Seudoa, donated by Mrs.
liS.mi.nd program of Zmlros anil
Yv the rabbi. Dally services
"';' ,. At 5:46 p.m. dally Rabbi
v,.r conducts a class In Jewish
, s and Customs, followed by
Mm. In Services at 6:15 p.m. Maariv
;V. fin. Talmud Torah reglstra-
. II day Sunday and after 3 p.m.
'"united Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
n u .- ttion Sunday morning.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Friday evening summer service at
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
Frldat evening service at 6:00 p.m.
ISiibnatri service at 8:3u a.m. Mlncha
j| s ki followed by Shalos Seudos.
,!. hefoff will speak on the
i thi Week. Dally sessions of
Hi. Religious School Monday through
Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and
b in to 12 noon. Seat-
iiiL- committee for the sale of holiday
Itickets will be at the synagogue from
i ,i. t. : p.m. dally excepting the
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Friday evening services at 6:30. Sab-
I ng services at 8:30. Rabbi
IShapiro and Cantor Mamches will of-
Iflcate. Registration for Sunday school
[Sunday from 1 a.m. to 12 noon. Reg-
llstration for Hebrew school Monday
(from 3 lo |i m, and continue through-
oul the we, k
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dadc Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
|Rabl Mi shay P. Mann will conduct
and deliver the sermon. A
Inception will follow the services.
hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
| Miami Beach.
',.l.i evening services at 6:30. Sat-
|and 6:30 i in Tickets for High Holl-
;, service* mow available.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
I Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
I Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
[Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:15. Bat-
unlay morning service at 9. Rabbi
U.chrnian will preach on "The Weekly
Portion ,,f the Law." Dally services
lilt < a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
[N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Sabbath .vening service at 8:15.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Raclt-
0.& evenlng service at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak on the Por-
tion of the Week. Saturday at
^.*S1' 5S.b.bl ""<>"<> will speak
pn The Ethics of the Fathers." fol-
lowed by Mlncha. Shalos Seudos and
inBSaim ''"'estinlan songs. Maariv
will folow. Dally services at 7:30 a m
Ef^R. i. wi!!hn5 wl" be addressed
by the Rabbi. Services at 6:30 p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish laws
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
April will speak on the Portion of the
Week. Mlncha at 6 p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos and Zmlros. Maariv at
7:80 p.m. Hebrew school daily 3:15 to
6:l.i p.m. Dally services at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Committee In charge of
ticket sales for High Holv Day serv-
ices every evening from 8-10 p.m.
and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
Sunday school registration at 10 a.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friday evening services 6:30. Sab-
bath morning service at 8:30 a.m.
liar Mltzvah of Nelson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Hanover. Rabbi
Grauer will address the young man.
Mlncha at 6 followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services 8 a.m. and 6:30
p.m. Registration for Sunday and He-
brew schools Sunday 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. and dally thereafter from 1 to
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:00.
Kabbi Ranson will officiate.
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Friday evening services at 6. Sab-
bath morning services at 9. Mlncha at
6:30. Daily services at 8 a.m. and
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Services discontinued until the fall.
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September Designated BB Youth Month,
AZA, BBG Chapters To Present Programs
The month of September has
been designated as "B'nai B'rith
Youth Month" by the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Council, ac-
cording to an announcement by
E. Albert Pallot, president.
Five B'nai B'rith lodges and
four B'nai B'rith women's chap-
ters will feature programs during
the month in which AZA and
BBG chapters will participate.
"The aim of youth month will
be to demonstrate to the Jewish
community how B'nai B'rith
youth is training to become better
citizens of tomorrow," Pallot
The Sigma Rho and 322 Chap-
ters of AZA and BZB Chapter
will present a dramatic skit and
panel discussion before Sholem
Lodge Tuesday at Beth El Con-
A musical and dramatic pro-
gram by the Hillel AZA Chapter
will highlight the next meeting
of the Tropical Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter Monday at 8:15 p.m.
at the Federation office.
The program is under the di-
rection of Miss Selma Lewis,
B'nai B'rith youth director of
Members of the Bob Blumen-
thal Chapter of AZA will present
a dramatic program for the mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Lodge
and Women's Chapter on Wed-
nesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Delano
Hotel. Joining with the young
men will be members of the BBG
No. 14 group who will feature a
humorous skit demonstrating the
citizenship training program
sponsored by B'nai B'rith. The
program is under the direction of
The North Shore Lodge and
Women's Chapter will jointly
sponsor a youth program on Mon-
day, September 19 at 8:15 p.m. at
Temple Beth Sholom, where the
BBG Winx Chapter and the new-
ly organized Stephen Wise Chap-
ter of AZA will present a short
skit and history of BBYO under
the direction of Selma Lewis and
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Directed and Announced by
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A youth program was presented
on September 6 before the Coral
Gables Lodge and a dramatic play
will be featured by BBG at the
next meeting of the Coral Gables
Women's Chapter at the Hillel
Foundation on Wednesday, Sep-
The programs have been de-
signed to indicate to the adult
B'nai B'rith groups the progress
made by the youth in the five-
fold program which encompasses
cultural, social, athletic, religious
and community service activities.
AZA and BBG units are open to
boys and girls between the ages
of 14 and 18 years. For further
information regarding the B'nai
B'rith- Junior Order, interested
persons may contact Miss Selma
Lewis, Greater Miami youth di-
rector, at 9-3004, or call the B'nai
B'rith Council at 82-5685.
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RESERVATION OF SEATS FOR THE
HIGH HOLIDAYS MAY NOW BE MADE
Tickets can be obtained at the Synagogue every evening
from 8 to 10 pan. and Sundays from 10 ajn. to 1 p.m.
or by calling Mr. Weintraub 9-4036
RABBI SIMON APRIL
will conduct all services
CANTOR BERELE KELEMER
assisted by a Male Choir will be heard at all services on
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur
*Jet* fof Ikridkir
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER q u^
American Jewish Leaders Will Confer
With Israel Officials On Immigration
lameh government lepneinKV.tves w.'.'. v:-.:o: -.:. Washing-
ton this wtwiuj with American Itwtoh communal leaden en
the critical immigrot'.on situation in th* 'o%\ >":-. Stall
Tho immion-rtion problem will be th majoi lople *Q bi di
cussed ert the National Emoroonqp Conference ol the United
Jewiah Appeal to which y .. k
munitj leaders from part* .-. ..... > ... Qer-
the countrj have been si ........ ',:: large num
-.' neetin* which* 11 be he W -. ( Je n No tfi Africa and
in the Hotel SUUei .- Satu daj \'. ''./ [^i
N Mi nd all daj Sund N u '-..',. ........
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North Shore Jewish Center Latest
Addition To Local Congregations
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Latest addition to tho ever-
a -c list of Jewish congrega-
tions in the Greater Miami area
- N >rth Shore Jo wish Com-
:. Center with headguartera
it T12d Abbott Ave Miami Beach.
The group will adhere to the
tenets t Conservative Judaism.
-: services at the synaj
will be held Erev Rosh Hashona.
>-..-.-.v v l*ra*l Itank I o
Conservatory of Music, where he
served as professor of voice. Since
his arrival in America, he has
been very active in the promotion
of Jewish music, both religious
Seymour Zucker is secretary
of the congregation. Trustees in-
clude the Rev. Jacobson. Al Zain.
Aaron Goldman. Max Eisenstein
and Nathan Faber.
Reservations for the High Holy-
Day services may be obtained
1 from Zain. 7451 Collins Ave.,
86-8011: Eisenstein. 6918 Bay Dr..
'86-5491: Zucker. 1622 Michigan
' Ave.. 58-4909.
Anyone interested in securing
' additional information about the
new synagogue may call Zucker.
Last year the average Ameri-
can consumed a half pound of
JULIUS IAY PERLMUTTER
Beth El Sisterhood To
Hold Luncheon Party
hold a luncheon, card and 11
jong party Tuesday- at 12?n
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THING A GOOD NAME
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says: "My numerous :.-..- ar.i
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For 25 years the name
GORDON has oeer. as-
soc:a:ed with service to
In yo-.- t;~e -'. -.e*d let
us help you as art
done for ether grateful
710 S.W. 12tti AvenM
Phone %343l or $-1436
JOS L- PLVMMER
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furiLiihed. Aa exceUezi: bcr car be s.it.
FEUER & EISENSTEIN. Realtors
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She simply rums over the iamily
wssi to us. And is she thrilled
with the results! Don t be a
wcrsh dcrs- martyr when, ior
such a tiny price you can bare
ycur laundry called for and de-
li re red spotlessly clean and
LAUMDtT & CLEAMEBS
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