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The Jewish Floridian ( September 16, 1949 )

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lte\wiislhJEIIiOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 22—NUMBER 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Home For Aged to Launch Campaign For $300,000 During the month beginning October 15, the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami will ask the Jewish residents of Dade County to contribute $300,000 to purchase a site and build a new and enlarged home to take care of a minimum of 100 aged Jewish men and women. Announcement of the projected campaign was made public yesterday by Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home, who revealed that a "Citizens' Committee for a New Jewish Home for the Aged" was in process of formation. This committee will consist of representa t i v e s from every Jewish organization in the city to insure comm unitywide support of the drive. "We are confronted with the absolute necessity of enlarging our facilities to take care of growing demands," declared Judge Harold B. Spaet, in his plea for generous support by the Jewish community. "Never before in the history of the Jewish Home for the Aged have we faced a more critical assignment than that which confronts us in this task which we are about to undertake. The appeal which we are launching is not merely a campaign for money—it is a campaign upon the success or failure of which will depend whether we can live up to our responsibility to the aged in our community. In the words of the late President Roosevelt, 'We can not, must not, will not fail'." Outstanding event of the campaign will be the sixth anniversary dinner to be held on Sunday night, November 6. at a hotel to be designated. The Jewish Home for the Aged, located at 335 S.W. 12th Ave., was organized in 1943. At its inception, the home had eight residents, six of whom were men. Today, its facilities are crowded to capacity with 38 residents and it has a waiting list of 32, some of whom have been waiting for admittance for more than one year. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which the Jewish Home for the Aged is a beneficiary member, has voted approval of the home's orojected building fund appeal. Federation's executive committee at its last meeting appointed a committee to serve with a similar committee from the home as a joint campaign steering committee. This committee includes Judge Spaet, chairman, and Leo Allen, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Sidney Bernbaum, Irving Frankel, Joe Gardner, Morris Klass, Marcie Liberman, Milton S. Malakoff Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Stanley C. Myers, Joe Rose, Herbert E. Scher, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Wm. D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Jack Ablin, Wm. Glick, Max Orovitz, • and Gus Trau. %  NEXT FRIDAY Jewish Floridian Rosh Hashona Edition CHOCK FULL OF... PICTURES NEWS GREETINGS FEATURE ARTICLES READ • Mt. Sinai Hospital Nears Completion • Miami Beach Has A Mikvah • SimonhoH's "I'll Say" • The Year in Israel • Future of Jewish Medical Graduates • What Is Ailing American Jewry • A Year in Jewish Sports • Professional Careers for Jewish Women • The United Nations and Israel • About the Jewish Calendar • Germany's Jewry Today • Rosh Hashona Reflections And Many More Outstanding Features Copies ol the Jewish Floridian Rosh Hashona Edition will be available to regular subscribers only. Attempt To Assassinate Premier Ben Ourion Foiled TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An attempt to assassinate Premier David Ben Gurion and other members of the Israel Cabinet was foiled this week when guards in the Knesset overpowered a young Jew who aimed a loaded Sten gun at the Ministers of the Jewish state after jumping to the Speaker's platform from the visitors' gallery. The Kne sset was holding its last session prior to its adjournament for a period extending ^through the High Holy Days. The would-be assassin, Avraham Dplpriatac T/\ Tzafati, who is believed to be a religious fanatic, was standing 1/ClCydICS I 0 fr some time in the visitors' gallery overlooking the Speaker's platform. Suddenly he jumped from the gallery to a position before the Knesset chairman's seat and aimed his lethal weapon at the Israel Ministers who were seated on ^the platform. He was „ ed instead lo ake hls own lfe UJA Delegates To Intensify Efforts WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The 800 delegates to the Emergency National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal, which concluded here this week, left for their homes determined to develop an intensified campaign for the U.J.A. in the communities which they represent. The High Holiday season, which starts within a fortnight, will be utilized to emphasize the responsibility of American Jews to solve the dollar crisis of the U.J.A. William Rosenwald, national chairman of the U.J.A., who presided at the concluding session, emphasized that the lack of cash is seriously crippling the relief (Continued on Page 4) swiftly seized and overpowered before he could open fire. Tzafati, who shouted, "Kill Ben Gurion," as he was taken out of the Knesset building, carried a book of plans for the erection of the Third Temple in Jerusalem. When he was conducted past the Israel Premier, Tzafati screamed: "We fought for you, why don't you build the Temple?" The Knesset adjourned shortly after the excitement over the disturbance subsided and an inquiry into the attack was immediately launched. Tzafati is believed to be of unsound mind. He was reported to have claimed after his arrest that he "did not mean to kill anybody" but planMiami Rabbis Set Sunday For Memorial Services At Cemeteries The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami announces that memorial services prior to the advent of the High Holy Days will be conducted at Greater Miami cemeteries Sunday. A community service will be held at 1 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery. Conducting this service will be Rabbis Max Shapiro, Murray Grauer, Simon April and Moses Mescheloff and Cantors Maurice Mamches, Berele Kellemer and Louis D. Feder. Other services will be conducted at Graceland Cemetery at 2 p.m.; Mt. Sinai, 2:30 p.m.; City, 2:30 p.m.; Mt. Nebo, 3:30 p.m. All Jewish residents having dear ones resting in these cemeteries are asked to be present. Before adjournment of the session, Herut deputies demanded that the Israel parliament initiate a full-scale debate on the Jerusalem issue in view of the imminent arrival of a United Nations reDresentative for Jerusalem. The demand was opposed by Zalman Aharonovitz. chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs Committee, who revealed that his group had already discussed the arrival of the UN. representative with members of the Foreign Ministrv. He pointed out that the last UN. resolution on Jerusalem empowered the U.N. Conciliation Commission to appoint such a representative which it had now decided to do. The Jerusalem municipality this week adopted unanimously a resolution reiterating opposition to the internationalization of the city. The resolution stated that "in view of the present efforts to reintroduce plans for the internationalization of Jerusalem the municipality once more declares in the name of the inhabitants that it will accept only full Israel sovereignty. Jerusalemites fought and shed their blood for the city when it was abandoned by all the world and they will continue to defend it so that it will remain the capital of Israel." TRAINING BUREAU FOR JEWISH COMMUNAL SERVICE HOLDS SECOND GRADUATION Among the six young executives who recently received certification from the Institute on Advanced Studies in Jewish Community Organisation of the Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service was Max C. Gettinger (standing, extreme right). Community Planning Assistant, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The certificates, recognition of the successful completion of fourteen months of study, were presented by Dr. Kurt Peiser of Philadelphia, chairman of the bureau's board of governors. Dr. Horace Kallen, professor of philosophy at the New School for Social Research, who spoke at the commencement exercise*, declared that the bureau is necessary for the development of "a trained Jewish Civil Service." Standing left to right are the six fellows: Herbert J. Ballon. Associate Regional Director, East Central States, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Cleveland; Morton E. Adell. Regional Representative, Joint Distribution Committee; Alex Rosen, Executive Director, Jewish Community Center and Welfare Fund, Elmira. N. Y.; G. Marvin Schoenberg, Administrative Assistant, Jewish Community Council of Essex, Newark. N. J.; Meyer Schwarts, Administrative Assistant, Federation of Jewish Philanthropies. Pittsburgh. Pa.; and Gettinger. Seated (1. to r.) Dr. Peiser. the executive vice president of the Philadelphia Federation of Jewish Charities; Bernard Pepinsky of Cincinnati, president of the Training Bureau; and George W. Rabinoff of New York, executive director of the Training Bureau. mm



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IM'lilis Will Hold Membership Tea Members of Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will act as hostesses to friends at a membership tea on Sunday at 2 pm. at the home of Miss Charlotte Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St. All girls between the ages of 18 and 24. or high school graduates, are invited to attend. A program highlighted by a talk explaining the B'nai B'rith youth organizations' service programs will be presented. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Marcia Simonhoff and Miss Sandier are in charge of arrangements. Beth Sholom Will Hold Reunion Oneg Sbabbat Tonight following Temple Beth Sholom's regular 8:15 p.m. Sabbath service, a reunion Oneg Shabbat will be held in the Temple patio, according to an announcement by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. '•'I his will give the members of the congregation an opportunity to welcome new members into their midst and to meet old and new friends after the summer's vacation," the rabbi said. Officers of the congregation will be on hand to greet everyone and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, president of the PTA of Beth Sholom, who recently returned from a trip to Israel will be the guest of honor. DON'T spend your HOLIDAYS in the kitchen! Be at your best! Serve the best! Time Saving! Tail Saving! Honey Saving! DELICIOUS! Segal Named AJC Regional Director The appointment of Bernard B. Segal, formerly of Baltimore, Washington and New York, as Southeastern regional director of the American Jewish Congress with headquarters in Miami, was announced this week by Mrs. Louis Glasser, a national vice president of the oreanization representing Greater Miami. This is the first American Jewish Congress appointment in the Southeast, and Segal's responsibilities are to help further develop the organization's membership and activities program, with special focus on Jewish affairs and welfare, legislation and social action and community relations. Prior to his assignment in Miami. Segal was American Jewish Congress field representative in the Baltimore-Washington area. He was formerly associated with Palestine Films. Inc.. as distribution manager, and B'nai B'rith's national office in Washington, D. C, as lodge program director. He also served as executive director of the Upper Williamsburg Neighborhood Center, the Emanuel Center, the Mosholu Community Center and the Young People's Fellowship, all in New York. In addition, he has been active in the fields of camping, housing, social work and community organization. Segal studied at Teachers College and the New York School of Social Work of Columbia University. He is a member of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers, the American Association of Group Work and the American Association for the Study of Community Organization. He was formerly an execuIsaiah Youth Plan Dance The Temple Isaiah Young People's League will sponsor a holiday dance and entertainment on Saturday night, October 1, at 9 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. Chairman of the affair is Evelyn Ell, president. She will be assisted by Sy Lippman, publicity; Eleanor Keys, hospitality; Ralph Stein, tickets; Shirley Union, door; Muriel Greenberg. entertainment; Phyllis Nagle, entertaiment; Richard Wynn, photography. Al Kullick will serve as master of ceremonies. Hostesses will be Janet Sklaw, Barbara Levine, Trudy Lach, Carroll Bernstein, Henrietta Rosenthai and Gloria Berry. Highlight of the evening's program will be a "Talent Hunt," with prizes for the winners. Among the prizes will be ten silver dollars to be presented by "Silver Dollar Jake" Schreiber, who will serve as judge. Other judges will be Harold Shapiro, Ben Tupler, Julius J. Perlmutter, and Aaron Courshon. OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-5419 Beniard Segal —Hinmun Photo tive committee member of the newly formed Bellerose Jewish Center in Long Irland which he helped to organize. Mr. and Mrs. Segal, and son, Hillel, age four, will reside at 3540 S.W. 5th St. M C. A. Gross Moves To Now Offices Charles Anthony Gross, advertising and merchandising counsel, has moved his offices from 1659 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, to new and larger quarters in the Chamber of Commerce Building, Miami. Gross has expanded his staff to cover the entire field of advertising and merchandising, from packaging design to TV productions. Author of the Miami Beach summer advertising campaign, Gross has gained considerable recognition for his merchandising. Formal opening of the new offices will take place Saturday, October 1, when clients, radio, press, publishers and other business friends attend a gala housewarming party. New Year Cards Mendelsohn's !" jj !" Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4-9 TELEPHONE 5-9085 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear l #ii *> &f V lit' *•* *. i HaPPY J Hew Year TN At Jewish New Year's as always, there is a Hallmark Card that says what you want to say, the way you want to say it. See our selection now. —In Miami— Seminole Paper & Printing 419 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-1110 —In Miami Beach— Stevens Office Supply 1608 Washington Ph. 58-7205 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation warns the Jewish population: Not to be misled by words such as Kosher, Frishe Fleish, or an insignia such as the MOGEN DOVID. six-pointed star; That only stores which have the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and endorsed by the Vaad; and That any chicken market where the Shochet does not have the plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth il" 1D3 to affix on the chickens is not endorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth. 1. 2. S, Any further information concerning Kashruth may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Phone 5-3395. HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treai. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1949 Jew is* Fhridtiain PAGE FIVE Gertner Named Mt. Sinai Director, Institution Slated To Open In November Bringing the opening of Mt. Sinai Hospital one step nearer. Max Orovitz, president of the hospital's board of trustees, announced the appointment of Samuel Gertner as executive director of the institution. Until recently assistant director df Both Israel Hospital in New York City. Gertner was informally inducted into his position last weekend by Orovitz, on the latter's return from a ten-week trip to Europe and Israel. "Our community is extremely fortunate in having been able to secure an outstanding person in the field of hospital management to supervise the affairs of Mt. Sinai." declared Orovitz, in announcing Gertner's appointment. Gertner comes to his new post after four years with Beth Israel Hospital. Prior to 1945. he was assistant director of Sydenham Hospital in New York City. Before entering the hospital administration field, he was a member of the administrative staff of New York City's Department of Welfare, a post he held since 1931.^, He was graduated from the University of West Virginia in 1928 and later did graduate work at Columbia and New York University. He holds membership in the American Hospial Association and the Greater New York Hospital Association. A meeting of the full board of the hospital will be called shortly, Orovitz stated, at which time Gertner will present plans for the official opening of the hospital, slated for early in November. Gertner is now engaged in employing the various administrative heads, nurses and other hospital personnel. His wife and two children are remaining in New York while their new home, located on 117 Collins Island, adjoining the hospital, is being put into shape. They are expected here in about two weeks. Mt Sinai Hospital is the first Jewish sponsored general nonprofit hospital in Florida. It is supported by the Jewish residents of Greater Miami. The hospital is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. For the past two years, the trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital have been operating Alton Road Hospital. This will be closed when Mt. Sinai is officially opened. The new hospital is located in the reconverted and refurbished Nautilus property, formerly operated as an Army hospital. It will have a 200-bed capacity as well as an out-patient department which will provide medical, surgical and research facilities to meet the needs of the community. Orovitz pointed out that the hospital will admit any person, regardless of race, color or creed. Members of the hospital's board of trustees, in addition to Orovitz, include Leonard Abess, Jack A. Albin, Sam Blank, Mrs. Max Dobnn. Sam Friedland, Leo Gemgross, Moses Ginsberg, Abraham Goodman. Dr. Morris Goodman, Benjamin N. Kane, J. Gerald Lewis Marcie Liberman, Baron de Hirseh Meyer, Stanley C. Myers, "an Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, William %  Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph S>tcin. Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinr,, Lconard A w >en, Mitchell Wolfson and Jacob Ziskind. Samuel Gertner Bandel To Run For City Post Municipal Judge Louie Bandel entered the race Monday for the Miami city commission. Bandel coupled the announcement of his candidacy with another that 79-year-old Commissioner R. C. Gardner definitely will not attempt to succeed himself. Bandel, 43, has been a municipal judge for about 10 years. He presides at night traffic court. Bandel stated he will run on a platform stressing adequate garbage and sewage disposal, suppor for the city manager's role as "actual head of the city" with the commission as a policy-making body. Sam Wallace, attorney, will be chairman of his campaign, Bandel said. Assisting Wallace will be William R. DeCostas, also an attorney. Sisterhood Card Party The Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will sponsor a card and games party Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bechowitz, 3670 S.W. 25th St. Anyone desiring further information about the event is asked to call 83-1822 or 48-8904. Sirkin Names Beach Center Committee Committee chairmen in charge of the manifold activities of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 1701 Washington Ave., have been announced by Harry Sirkin, president of the congregation. Miami Beach's Conservative synagogue has just been completed and seats are currently being installed in preparation for the High Holy Days which commence on September 23. Named to head committees were: Ben Zion Ginsburg, membership; I. R. Goodman, Hebrew school; David R. Isen, Sunday school; Abraham Goodman, budget; Samuel Friedland, personnel; Joseph M. Lipton, ways and means; Jack A. Ablin, fund raising; Sol Goldman, High Holiday tickets; Jack Burris and Herman Berk, legal and constitutional; Irving Schatzman, retention; Matthew Silverstein, sick and visiting; Alex Sussman, ritual; Oscar Mamber, cemetery; Alfred Stone, ushers; Mayer H. Frankel and Morris Kriegel, Aliyas; Rabbi Kronish Compiles And Arranges Supplementary Service For Holiday A Supplementary Service for Rosh Hashona, compiled and arranged by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will be utilized during the Temple's High Holy Day services, according to an announcement by Shepard Broad, president of the congregation. "This supplementary service is based on the Shofar service of the Union Prayer Book," Broad explained. "It contains original responsive readings, new interpretations of the traditional liturgy and appropriate musical selections woven into a uniaue and meaningful Shofar iservice for modern Jews. The musical portions have been chosen by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, who has integrated suitable hymns from the medieval "machzor" (prayer book) and modern Israel. He will be accompanied by Organist Herman Fried, in the rendition of these musical portions of this service. "In keeping with its policy of making Judaism meaningful to modern Jews," Broad continued, "two special children's services will be conducted for the High Holy Days—one for children in the kindergarten, first and second grades, ages five through seven; the other for children of religious school age above the third grade. Services especially geared to children's understanding have been compiled by Principal Sydney J. Greenberg and Cantor Kelemer and they will be conducted by the children themselves with the assistance of faculty members of the school. At the organ for the children's services will be Arnold Feldheim, fifteen years old, a musician on the staff of station WTTT. "Temple Beth Sholom pioneered in establishing Liberal Judaism in Miami Beach," Broad concluded, "and in the course of the past few years has instituted many original religious services, KREFLACK HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN condensed KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUP fkWQ mg*s ^k *IT£*JN „%  SOW i r*EPUCHl %  Ihe finest chicken meat folded into layers of tempting noodle dough ... in delicious golden chicken soup, i. "> 'a if c tails you it's good ... the name tells you If* Kosher Also enjoy the other HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS with MATZOH BALLS • NOODLES • RICE • CLEAR and all of the delicious KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN PRODUCTS—save you tune, work, moneyl Distributed by PAI3I DISTRIBUTORS, INC. M N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37, Ha. Phene 3-8886 Rabbi Kronish dedicated to a more dynamic interpretation of Judaism in a liberal, modern framework." George J. Talianoff, public relations. In charge of reservations for the High Holy Days is Sol Goldman, whose staff is now accepting reservations at the Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach at all services. He will be assisted by Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring and the Miami Beach Jewish Center choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Plato held that an animal that killed a man should be prosecuted for murder. I.I II IOICIIS POULTRY CO. Shochet on the premises WEDNESDAY 6 THURSDAY From 8 A. M. to Noon to Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY 101 N. W. 8th Street Phone 2-7808 or 9-1939 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13630 West Dixie Highway, North Miami During the Forthcoming Holidays ROSH HASHONO Friday Evening, Sept. 23 Saturday, Sept. 24 Sunday, Sept. 25 Tickets May be Procured at the Center Monday thru Thursday from 8 to 9 P. M. YOM KIPPUR Sunday Evening, Oct. 2 Monday, Oct. 3 EXTEND YOUR GREETINGS WITH FLOWERS MIAMI Phones: 2-3105 and 2-0519 Miami Beach Phone 5-2961 Ft. Lauderdale Phone 2304 Members FTDA Flowers by Wire Announcing The New S & M KOSHER MARKET Formerly B. & B. Kosher Mkt. 810 S.W. 22nd AVENUE Under The Management of JOSEPH H. SMITH and DAVID MARMER The New S & M is under the supervision of the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Delivery In Any Part of the City SAVE THIS NEW PHONE NUMBER 83-7748



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PAGE SIX Jenlsttkfldter FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1949 Kosher Butchers Receive Charter Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne signed an order granting a charter to the Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Association, a nonprofit corporation, on September 6. "In the past reputable ki sher butchers have been greatly concerned about the frequent misrepresentation of non-kosher products as kosher." Max Schenkman. president of the new group, explained. "The Greater Miami Butchers Association was formed primarily to combat this fraudulent practice. Its purpose is I) insure the Jewish population of Greater Mian strictly adhere I | n pies of kashruth Th< ass iati n will strive to bring about .". sei cooperation between butchers and vendors t k shei pi ducts Other officers of th rganization are Dave Kleber, vice press-. dent; Sol P. Malter, treasurer: Louis Katz. financial and rec rdmg secretary: Hyman Elgis n Saul I. Kenholz. Abe Chiel Hyman Zaidman. Samuel Liu and Sam Eisner. .. Medical Program To Be Aired Sunday Night The Dade County Medical Association announces the fifth in a regular weekly series of health education programs over station WTTT Sundav night from 8 to 830 p.m. Subject for discussion in this week's forum will be -Rheumatic Fever Participants will be Dr. Karl W Vetter. pediatrician: Dr. George F. Schmitt. internist and cardiologist; Dr. Hunter B. Rogers, general practitioner: Dr. —Kayc and Moidan Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne, seated, signs the charter of the Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Association, while Richard E. Gerslein, attorney, Max Schenkman. president of the group, and Sol P. Malter, treasurer, look on. Widder Unveiling Thi • %  '• I %  nument to the m< : rj 1 itu % %  "•. lgn Widder t rme "• ridian Ave Miami 5c..,::. will tak 1 ace Sundi y at 1 %  %  %  S.r.... Rabbi Joseph E Rack vsk> ting. Relatives and ft rids requested I attend, Barocas Unveiling Th< ledication of a i \ the men: : I : ; Bar ....: I %  % % %  22nd Ave ill tak Sui a: 10 30 a m al Mt Sinai ter; "• % %  :• %  Gr.:ue: :;. ating M : as was a ber of C: gal n Beth El ... w ife. Esther, and sons. Gerald and PI Relatives and friends are asked to %  Natl. Council Has Lists The Miami Section of the Nati nal Council of Jewish Women just received several lists of ns whose property is being by the Narodni sprava tk vych podstat. Praha I. Hi stalska 20. odd LII 2. poschodi. c. 59. These lists refer to pi >perty formerly owned by perns %  •• have recently emigrated :': m Czechoslovakia. The properties in question have been brought to the attention and have been 1 th< National .-: vakian Administration. I: is still possible to file restituti n claims. These are on file at :' %  :. %  S< rvice to Foreign Born office National Council of Jewish v." men at 315 Langford Building. and are available to persons mtereste i S. J. Freodman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth ar.d Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and PriTate Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 .MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER ofine Qfiuma()3e vince Attention to eve-y detail of Jetrish religious re rements in an atmosphere of beauty peace distinguishes our service to the %  '. iarnily. Oiirtro complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment — beauufu'.ly furnished and decorated :'-.%  ugh TVX, mlmum TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MIAMI BEACH 1236 Washington Ave '-'. %  West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone 9-2664 mjj.Hu/ !Mii)i iiiBiuVriiiiici IV AM :V.':-.-W :. E0WAIC N-V:S : .-I >h Ml rOli Kosher Killed Cliiekons TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St Yiddish Classical Hour WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature "JEWISH HUMOR" M. Nasatir. Program Director BERNIE'SAFFER Worry About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. Frederick P. Poppe, internist ant cardiologist. u a App roved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. hackovslcy, Director Demand SINAI KOSII i %  : 11 and PURE Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 2-7570, 9-2652 HAVE YOU HEARD'L? 17 "Roger's Rendezvous" %  R>v.-iitn MIDNIGHT TO 3 AYEM Versatile Roger Krupp brings you music flavored with the Krupp personality to produce an extremely enjoyable three hours. "YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC AND NEWS" BETH DAVID TO HOLD SLICHOS SERVICE AT NEW EDIFICE Slichos Service, the only midnight service in the Jewish Calendar, will be held at the NEW BETH DAVID CORAL WAY AND 26th ROAD ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. AT 11:30 P. M. A cordial invitation is extended to residents of Greater Miami to join us on that occasion SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW EDIFICE FOR ROSH HA-SHONO AND YOM KIPPUR Reservations can be made daily between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. at the old building. 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue, and every evening at the new Beth David, Coral Way and 26th Road, between the hours of 7:30 p. m. and 9 P• Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct services assisted by a professional choir under the direction of Mr. Leon Schiff. Services will also be conducted in our Old Synagogue—135 N. W. 3rd Avenue. 1



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LpjpAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1949 *Jenisti ncridHan PAGE NINE v .laffc, Joseph Miller Exehange Chws In Rites At Bride's Home ** Airs. Joseph Miller Varsity Photo Miss Sonny Jaffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jaffe, became the bride of Joseph Miller, son of Mrs. Gertrude Siegel, Sunday, August 28, at the home of the bride's parents. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her mother and father, the bride wore an ankle-length white Chantilly lace dress. Her veil of French fingertip illusion was secured by a seed pearl tiara. She carried two orchids on her bible. Miss Marcia Jaffe, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor in a pink taffeta ballerina dress. The bouquet was of American Beauty Roses. Joseph Jaffe, brother of the bride, was the best man. The bride's mother wore a gray chiffon crepe gown with an orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a pastel colored crepe gown and an orchid corsage. The bride graduated from Weequanic High School in Newark, N. J., and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Miller attended schools in New York City, and is now engaged in business in Miami. The couple are now making their home at 3888 N.W. 7th St. There were many out of town guests that attended the wedding. Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 1751 James Ave., Miami Beach, are at home after spending the summer at the White House Hotel, Miami Beach. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach flew to New York last week to join his wife, who had left earlier in the week. While in New York, Mayor Turk plans to confer with officials there on mutual problems of city administration. Following his New York visit, the mayor will go to Washington, D. C, where he has scheduled conferences with top officials to discuss the possibility of securing low-rental housing projects for the city. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman, 2230 S.W. 21st Ave., are now at home after spending the summer at Higgins Lake, Roscommin, Mich. Donald Berman of Louisville, Ky., and Jerome Berman, Cincinnati, Ohio, nephews of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher, were guests at the San Juan Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay they were entertained by their cousin, Frederick Scher. „ech Y \ursory School To Open For teeond Year, Monday, September 26 The Miami Beach YM-WHA fursery School will begin its econd year of operation on Monday. September 26, according to Hilton Sirkin. president of the Registration is now open to children between the ages of hree and five and a half. Conducted on a non-profit basis, he school awards a number of grtial or complete scholarships children who require nursery chool care but whose parents annot afford the cost of sending ticm. Fees are $11.25 per week for full day and $6.25 for a half lay. This includes a hot luncheon, Ind refreshments in the morning and afternoon. Transportation is provided if desired at the rate of $1.50 per week. Insurance for the children is included in the tuition. The school is under the direction of Mrs. Irving Bernstein who brings to her job over 17 years of experience in the pre-school field. On her committee are Dr. Lewis Julien, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. S. Gertman, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Engender, Mrs. Stanley Richard, Mrs. Leonard Schiff, Mrs. Irving Frankel, Lou Schwartzman, Mrs. Ida Lear and Mrs. Chas. Cohen. Many improved techniques in the field of pre-school education are being introduced, Sirkin announced. Tk'dman Returns Tom .'{-Week Trip Miltan A. Friedman, Miami atorney, recently returned from a hree-week trip, which took him i Atlanta. Ga., Bloomington, Ind. Rochester. Minn. In Atlanta he attended the exIcutive committee meeting of Mstrict No. 5 of B'nai B'rith. There he participated in discus Dons in his capacity as National i'nai B'rith Youth Commissionand district executive comnittee member. Upon the close of the meet in Mlanta, Friedman proceeded to Bloomington. where he attended the 25th anniversary convention If AZA. junior order of B'nai Brith. At the conclave he was in .haiKe of an evening's program, Mich was designated "Israeli jifint." Other Miamians at the Bloomington convention were J'lan Storch. Ed Tescher and ierbert Finklestein. Before returning here. Friednan stopped at the Mayo Clinic treatment. Federation Fills Committee Vacancies Rabbi Max Shapiro and Judge Harold B. Spaet were elected to fill vacancies on the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a special meeting of the organizations board of governors last Thursday night, William D. Singer, president, announced. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was named to fill a vacancy on the budegt committee. New members of the board of governors are Morton Beigel, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. N. Levin, David Levenson, Dr. Donald Michelson, Mrs. Benjamin Miller, J. J. Perlmutter, William Pallot, Joseph Pollack, Henry O. Rabe, Dr. Harold Rand and Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Miami Girls Return To U. Of Alabama Returning to the University of Alabama today are four Miami girls. All memoers of Sigma Delta Tau, they will leave by train to take up residence in their sorority house on the university campus. Janet Quartin. Audrey Silvern and C. J. Wolnert attended Miami High while Bobbie Steig graduated from Miami Beach High. Miss Quartin and Miss Silvern are members of the sophomore class and Miss Wolpert and Miss Steig are juniors. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Quartin. 1690 S.W. 17th Terr.. Miss Quartin held managerial positions on the staff of the Miami High Times and was president of the Junior Classical League. She was also a member of Tri Beta social sorority. At college, she received the Sigma Delta Tau "best-pledge" cup her freshman year. Miss Silvern was recently chosen to appear in the beauty section of the Alabama yearbook. In high school, she was voted best-dressed girl in her class and was a member of Tri Beta. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Silvern of 2000 S.W. 12th St. Assistant editor of the campus magazine is Miss Wolpert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. 1776 S.W. 16th Ave. Also holding membership in Blackfriars and Spirit Committee, she remained at Alabama this summer to edit an information book for freshmen. She was a member of the Miami High orchestra and president of Thespians Society as well as a member of Tri Beta. Miss Steig, house manager for Sigma Delta Tau, takes a regular part in activities of the campus radio station. She is a major in radio arts and a transfer from Florida State College. When attending Miami Beach High she was a cheer-leader. Miss Steig is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steig, 4230 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. Besides being members of Sigma Delta Tau, the four students belong to the Alabama Hillel Foundation and serve on committees of this student religious center. Mamlets Complete Tour Of Israel, France, Italy Dr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet and son, Laurence and Alfred, have returned from a two-month tour of Israel, France and Italy. Mrs. Mamlet, who is chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, recording secretary of the Zionist Council of Southeast Florida and president of the Beth Sholom PTA, reports that she was deeply impressed by Israel's acute need for continued aid from the people of the United States. She says that her sons were so impressed with the young nation that they hope to return. CARL LUNDY Kadimah Swim Party A swim party was held recently by the Kadimah Club at the private pool of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rosen, 3155 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove. Guests not only swam but played cards, mah jong, danced and had refreshments. Hightlight of the evening was the cutting of a cake honoring the 15th annivery of Mr. and Mrs Murray Coulton. Proceeds went to the Child Rescue Fund. The committee in charge of the affair consisted of Mrs. Manuel Rudes, Mrs. Arthur Rosen and Mrs. Fred Sandier. HAPPY HOLIDAYS HAVANA VIA PLANE— $30 Plui Tax $42 Plu Tax Round Trip VIA SS. FLORIDA— Round Trip TOURS from $45 plus tax Apgor Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-5386 The United States is more than twice as densely populated as Russia. The MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1701 Washington Avenue Announces THE REOPENING OF ITS NEWLY COMPLETED MAIN SYNAGOGUE FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS COMMENCING WITH THE NEW YEAR ROSH HASHANAH FESTIVAL FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23 RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN Will Officiate at All Services Assisted by CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING AND THE CENTER CHOIR To be assured oi reservations please contact the Center office NOW. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1949 +Jewi$lifk>r/(f/an PAGE ELEVEN "Between You and Me'* (Copyright, By BORIS SMOLAR 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) V.N. MOODS: The Jewish New Year will start in the midst of discussions at th. U N General Assembly which will have to settle the status of T riisale'm • • • Contrary to all other opinions, the Jerusalem problem .fill hp one of the major issues at the Assembly which opens its However, it is safe to Hollywood News By LEON GUTTERMAN Palestine in the way depicted on the screen." The Evening Standard headlined the review of the film with a banner reading "U. S. sends us a film not for eyes of Britons." The flesh of the kangaroo is much prized by natives of Queensland, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Son 5 riept 20 at Flushing Meadow, What will happen to the Arab-populated Old City, where the Wailing Will is situated, will depend on what will happen to the Arab part f Palestine ... If the Arabs in that area form their own governmnnt then they will, of cource, also claim the Old City However, Hthev decide to become citizens of Transjordan, then the Old City will fall under the administration of Transjordan ... In both cases the final authority will rest with the U.N. High Commissioner, until ifter a plebescite is conducted among the population of the entire itv The Israel government seems to have given half-hearted BDDrovai to the division of Jerusalem into two separate administrative units, with the Jews administering the new section of the city and the Arabs controlling the Old City Israel leaders would not like that this state of affairs remain permanent However, they consider it essentially a transitory situation which will be changed when final territorial settlement of Palestine is achieved. THE DOMESTIC FRONT: Anti-Jewish propagandists continue to lose ground throughout the country Gerald Winrod has been forced to cancel his nightly broadcasts on three radio stations because of lack of funds For the same reasons he also cancelled his Sunday morning broadcast on a fourth station ... He also reduced the size of his magazine, ••The Defender," from 32 to 20 pages .-. He indicated that "one of the nation's leading commentators"—apparently his associate Upton Close—has been forced to cancel his weekly radio broadcast on more than 40 stations The reason? Business men "refused to contribute sufficient money" to keep him on the air Anti-Semitic literature originating in Ireland is now being disseminated in this country from Seattle, Washington, by the local pamphleteer William J O'Connor "War" against Zionism has been proclaimed by the Nationalist Action League, described as "Fascist" by the U. S. Attorney General The league plans to set up "permanent organizational headquarters" in Philadelphia within a few weeks Bitter attacks on the Zionist movement are being conducted now by an anti-Semitic ex-Army intelligence officer, Robert Williams, in a monthly bulletin which he began to publish recently under the title, "Williams Intelligence Summary" And in Union, New Jersey, the publisher of the local pro-Nazi newspaper, "Common Sense, announces that his "records and correspondence" have been returned to him after a long absence This material, along with other property, was awarded to his creditors in lieu of cash settlement for unpaid bills The pro-Nazi publisher explains the whole incident by saying that "Zionist Jews" took his property MOVIE LINES: „ A second film dealing with the stormy days in Palestine prior to the establishment of Israel is now attracting attention in New York Unlike "Sword in the Desert," this film was produced in Italy And it is now being shown in one of the Broadway motion picture houses under the title, "The Earth Cries Out" This film is more "Jewish" than the Hollywood-produced "Sword in the Desert" ... It lays more stress on the plight of the Jewish DP s in the camps in Europe and on their trials and tribulations on the high seas prior to landing in Palestine as "illegals" ... It also presents life in the Jewish colonies in a more sentimental way than does the Hollywood film ... It brings out the strife between the Haganan and the Jewish extremist underground groups However, on the whole the Hollywood film is superior to the Italian-made moving picture although the former does not have a single Jew in its cast .. "The Earth Cries Out" lacks the tempo which makes The faword of the Desert" so absorbing to the audience Although all actors in the Italian-made picture act convincingly, they nevertheless give the impression of being amateurs as compared with the acting in the Hollywood film ... On the whole, however, "The Earth Cries Out is a fine production and is drawing large crowds of both Jews and non-Jews in its present showing in New York. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1949 *Jewisf> ffcridfiaun PAGE THIRTEEN Miami Jewish Center To Launch Drive For New Members; Kick-Off October 5 Official kick-off of the 1949-50 membership campaign to be conducted by the Miami Jewish Community Center (formerly YM-WHA) will take place Wednesday evening, October 5, at the center building, according to Irving Saal, chairman of the membership committee. Meetings are now being held by the committee, he said, and plans will be announced from time to time as progress is made. Sholom Ladies ill Sponsor Tea The first membership tea of the season of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood is scheduled for Wednesday at 1 p.m., according to Mrs. Alexander Robbins. president. The affair, to be held in the temple patio, will honor all new members. All presidents of Miami Beach Women's organizations have been invited to attend and will be honored by special presentations at this function. Mrs. Robbins stated. On the program Leon Kaplan, first violinist of the Metropolitan Opera Company Orchestra of New York, who will render several solos. In addition, an original skit by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, program chairman of the Sisterhood, will be presented with the following cast of Sisterhood members: the Mesdames Justin Bauman, Bert Stern, M. B. Morris, William Levine, Allan Herron, Arthur Burrell, Camille Baum. Jack Udell. Adolph M. Cohen Dies Here At 76 Adolph M. Cohen, 76, long-time Miami resident who was in charge of real estate for Wometco Theaters, died Monday at a local hospital. Mr. Cohen, who lived at 1200 S.W. 21st St., came to Miami 30 years ago from Pensacola, his birthplace. He was associated with the Junkin and Erdwin real estate firm for a time, then went into business for himself. He was a 32nd degree Mason. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, his daughter, flew back from Los Angeles Monday after learning of his death. She was attending a theater convention with Mr. Wolfson, president of Wometco. He also leaves his wife, Theresa: two sisters, Mrs. Bella Kugelman. Miami, and Mrs. Sida Wolff. New Orleans; and three grandchildren, Louis, Francis Louise, and Mitchell Wolfson, Jr., all of Miami. "I would like the people of Miami to know a few salient facts about our center," Saal said. "Our budget for 1949 is $97,000, of which $35,000 is contributed by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The balance of $62,000 must be raised through other activities, chief of which is membership. We have undertaken to raise $20,000 through membership this year and the projected drive is calculated to help fill our membership quota. The Miami Jewish Community Center conducts a program for groups of all ages—from the toddler in nursery school to the person over 50 in the organization's popular Golden Age Club. Activities at the center range from a complete athletic program to lectures and lam sessions. The center serves as a meeting place for B'nai B'rith youth groups, Hadassah, Zionists, Jewish War Veterans, Boy Scouts and numerous other groups. It is taking an active part in Federations community planning committee. Its representatives have participated in the meetings and conference at which recreational and leisure time needs of the Greater Miami Jewish community are being studied. Family membership dues in the center is $15 a year, which includes husband, wife and children, under 18 years of age. Membership is available for unmarried adults at $10 a year. Assisting Saal in the drive are: Leon Kaplan, Max R. Silver. -Mr. and lira, Ben Basen, S'am Seltlin, KuKt'in* .1. WOIHS, I>avlrl Brown. George Chertkof, Leo Ackerm&n, AI iierkowitz. Joseph .1. Hermann, Nat Blumbergr, Alex 8. Cohen, Charles H. Cohen, Milton A. Friedman, Nat I Jans, .Tack Apte, M. J. Kopelowltz, Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Leon Lleberman. S. B. Miller, K. Albeit Pallot. Jacob Sher. Seymour J. Simon, Henry Jacobson, Harry Schwartz. Sam Brambler, David Rablnowltz. Maurice Coulton, Abe Cutler, Harvey Dwoskln, Marx M. Paber, Julius dairies. Rabbi Murray liraucr, Fred Grossberg. Samuel Keaeler, David Kornberr, Jr.. Abe Kurman. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine, Milton Malakoff, Sidney Palmer. Sidney Pepper, Jacob I'ulver, Henry Rabin, Alrfed 8. Rubinstein. Martin Rubinstein. Mrs. Milton Sachs. Theodore BakowitS, Mr. and Mrs. I*eo Sheiner, Henry Shier, FVed K. Shochet. W. D. Singer, Paul Sobel, Sam Traurlg, George Wolpert, Julius Wilson. Harry Gordon, Abe Aronovltz. Mrs. Nina D&Vis, Jack Simon. Mrs. Hirshman, Mr. and Mrs. I). Welner, Mrs. Gus Glnaburgj Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg, Mi. ami Mrs. N. Dubler and Mrs. John Temple. Hank Meyer Hank Meyer Given Beach Publicity Job Hank Meyer, veteran Miami Beach public relations counselor, was last week named by the Miami Beach city council as public relations director for the city of Miami Beach. He was recommended for the newlv created $7,500-a-year post by City Manager Claude A. Renshaw. Meyer attended both New York University and the University of Miami, from which he received his B.S.B.A. degree. He was former assistant to the director of publicity of the University of Miami for three years, and holds a life membership in "Lead and Ink," an honorary creative writers' organization. A resident of Miami Beach since 1938, he recently headed his own publicity firm which represented many well-known local and national firms. Before assuming his duties at City Hall on October 1, Meyer and his wife will leave for a short vacation in the north. LEGAL NOTICE Kaplan Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Chai Sarah Kaplan, formerly of 304 Ocean Drive, will be held at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Rabbi Ever To Speak By public demand. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of Congregation Kneseth Israel will continue his weekly radio broadcasts. Saturday night at 8 o'clock the rabbi will speak on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour over WWPB on the subject: "The Synagogue Season" and on Sunday at 12 noon he will be heard on M. Nasatir's Yiddish Classical Hour over WINZ, on the subject: "Inconsistent Jews." Both messages are dealing with the coming High Holy Days. New Records To Be Aired New Yiddish records purchased by Jacob Schachter, director of the Jewish Musical Hour, during his recent trip to New York will be featured on his program today from 1 to 1:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m. Norman R. Lyons will give a special High Holy Day address entitled "The Page Is Turned" on Sunday morning's broadcast. The program is heard Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. over station WTTT. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRF.HV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 2158 Ponce de Leon Hlvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Had,County, Florida. EMKAY. INC, 3/16-23-30 10/7-14 Martha Zali Modiste NOW GIVES SEWING INSTRUCTIONS For home and industrial use For information call 58-9633 407—15th Street. Miami Beach We Carry the Best Quality LIVE POULTRY KOSHER KILLED SHOCKED ON PREMISES 5TH ST. POULTRY & EGG MARKET F. BLINDER. Prop. 147 N.W. 5th St. Miami. Fla. PHONE 2-3676 CALL 4-7485 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS. TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue Announces 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 a.m. to 1 p.m. or by calling Mr. Weintraub 9-4036 RABBI SIMON APRIL will conduct all services CANTOR mm I I Kl I I >ll IC assisted by a Male Choir will be heard at all services on Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur A Note From The Postmaster The Miami Postmaster wishes to call to the attention oi the Jewish community the current regulations that affect New Year greeting cards sent out prior to the Jewish holidays. Ordinarily greeting cards that may be mailed unsealed, entirely in print, require a minimum rate of two cents. Special attention is called to the regulation wherein a card measuring less than three inches in width and four inches in length must have a minimum of three cents postage. Third class mail cannot be returned to the sender, and therefore unless cards are mailed in conformity with postal regulations they cannot be delivered. To assure the best maximum service and to make certain that your greeting cards will be delivered prior to the holidays, the Postmaster recommends that first-class postage of three cents be used on ail greeting cards. It is further recommended thai the sender's name and address be placed on the envelopes. Beach Masada Delegates Elected Regional Officers Gil Rappaport, president of the Miami Beach Masada, and fourteen delegates from his chapter recently returned from New Orleans, where they attended the three-day Southeastern regional convention. Elected to serve as regional officers were Florence Abramson, second vice president; Doris Aarson, recording secretary; Abe Schaefer, treasurer; Fred Rosen, public relations; Lee Sunshine, publicity; Dr. Eugene Edelman, member-at-large; Gil Rappaport, chalutziut. Highlights of the convention included an address by Israel Katz, national president of Masada; formal dance; moonlight trip down the Mississippi; tour of the French Quarter. Other Miami Beach Masada members who attended the conclave included Dave Goodwin, Murray Levine, Bernie Dogaloff, Eddie Oka, Rose Katzen, Bill Goldworm, Harvey Cutler and Miriam Schuster. GO TO Balin's Bakery 1094 S. W. 27th Avenue For Quality BREAD CHALES CAKES PASTRY HOT KNICHES POTATO and KASHA Call 48-9124 KAPLAN'S KOSHER MARKET 552 WASHINGTON AVENUE ANNOUNCES to the Jewish people of Greater Miami and Miami Beach WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU WITH THE BEST STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES Telephone 58-5331 use Crystal Clear Cfty Ice Cubes in the convenfenr home-use bags ON HAND FOR THt %  i They're TWICE AS NICE as HOME-MADE ICE • • and economical tool FOR PICNICS, PARTIES, RELAXIN' AT HOME BUY THEM AT YOUR NEARBY "CITY ICE" SERVICE STATION MIAMI: 2637 N. 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I PAGE FOURTEEN *j€istfkriJ1ar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i 6 ,^ kHadassah Units To Sponsor C^ciaTe For Young Women Of freaterjiami I membership session to be conducted by Miss Phyllis Wilpon and Miss Shirley Friedman, memIbership chairmen of the Miami I Beach and Miami units respecSunday afternoon will be taken up bv a swim party and the conference will close with informal entertainment at 5 o clock. Assisting Mrs. Soltz and Miss Ross with the meet are Miss Lillian Aronson. publicity and arrangements, assisted by the Misses Annette Melich. Lil Babroff and Francine Levy; Miss Naomi Segal, hostesses, assisted by the Misses Paula Price. Norma Rich. Barbara Gold. Jodv Diamond. Edythe Engel and Ruth Linn. Conclave reservations may be made bv contacting any Miami or Miami Beach Junior Hadassan member or bv calling Miss Aronson at 5-0698 or Miss Ross at 83-3267. The cost for the entire weekend starting Friday afternoon is S10 plus SI registration fee which includes all meals, tips and two nights at the Sorrento Hotel. I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 Making plans for Grat.r Miami young women's conclave to be held today, tomorrow and Sun. Y: the 9 Scrr£ S c HcteL Miami Beach, are (1. to r.) Miss Lillian Aronson. publicity f**\ Rita Ross Miami enclave co-chairman: and Mrs. Gerald P. SolU, Miami day merits chairmanNNd Help In a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — -6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Ownar And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vltit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Cr t *k M'-s Beach conclave co-chairman. -King Final r-. n nu aw >:.";: G i Speakei at the luncheon schedPalestine Study Course.will to>*** riii ssJnssr^^^ & young men's eoncli be Shepard Broad Zionist eader. io p.m, to 1 ajn. at the hotel and be -.this weekend at tht .%  sue ect will be "Jewish .; open to the publx. ScrrentH \e) M;arr Beach Tht ;-;. ei and Culture.' F llowing Mrs Murry Grossman, past and :-:-Beach Units the luncheon Miss Joan Osheroff president of Greater Miami :' Junio: Hi lassi ar sponsor•,• %  %  nducl a sessi n n V ling Junior Hadassah and regional ing the conclave which .> open j U( jaea and its par: in Jewish vice president of Senior Hadas-. • ev< J< ...-.i woman u ; v life Immediately sah. will be guest speaker at the ages .: It and :. : in thereafter' Miss Jean Nevel and brunch on Sunday morning. She several ther v uns % % %  men will discuss the subject "Lmted Mrs Gerald ? S \u and Miss recently returned from Brandeis We Stand. Divided We Fall." Her ?..-.., Ross are co-chai men th< Camp 'institutes will present a spech will be followed by a .• Registration al the hotel play entitled "A Day in th Life fternc n and con"_ • a Brandeu Camper tinue through Saturdaj afternoon A formal banquet and dance •: nference will begin this will take place Saturday evening, evening with services tc be eonA: that time Miss Doris Greenducted by Miss Selma Lewis and berg, national secretary of Junior Miss Kitty El:as. Speaker for the Hadassah. will speak. Miss Greenevening will be Mrs. Miriam berg, • %  %  has recently returned fr< m a year's stay :n Israel under a scholarship sponsored by the • %  ( % % % % %  % % % %  Kenholz Kosher Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Ahneria Ave.) % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  IB Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York S.r.-i.r. presidenl of Greater Mi.-.--.: 5-.r.. : :-:...-:.-.?sa'r. -•-... I rill be "America. Israel V An informal party will follow the services 7. m(;; n rr. i ning s activities begin with ; :_r.a-ra.s:r.f • and iiscussi n I Juni t Hadassah's project* in Israel by M Solo and Miss Mi Scheinberg fund-raising chairmen : their respective units A play directed by Miss R u entitled A Cavalcade :' Junior HaGORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS M*v* your roof repaired now; you will IIVI en %  n*w roof l(Ur ••S*t:*f*etory Work by Exoe*nc*d Men" •< I W. 22nd Av*nu* PHONE 4-SMO dassa ah" will be present* i A singing and lancing sessi u be : e-; %  : %  Miss Shalom. Shawmui •... f< U AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS I.I .AS* SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call S8-37S6 or 5-4316 AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS NOW THERE'S MORE BUDWEISER ...and there will be still more as our vast expansion program continues %  i. THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD (Conservative) HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES RABBI JACOB IIOMI. Our New Leader. Will Officiate ASSISTED BY CANTOR MILTON FREEDMAN AND OUR OWN CHOIR. DIRECTED BY PIERRE MANDE Tickets may be obtained at the office of the Center. 2030 Polk St., Hollywood, daily, except Saturday, from 9:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. EARLY PURCHASE OF TICKETS ARE ESSENTIAL AS SEATS ARE LIMITED -. Budweiser ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT LOUIS Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK. Prcs. Phone 2-7401 Miami Fla. YOUR AFTERNOON WILL BE FILLED WITH MUSIC IF YOU LISTEN TOii II MUSIC ROOM 2:35 5:00 P.M. DISC JOCKEY JOEL CRAEGER SPINS THE LATEST POPULAR RECORDS FOR YOUR LISTENING ENJOYMENT "YOUR FAVORITE STATIOS FOR MUSIC ASD SEWS" Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade %  .f .-5:?—, wv.r* THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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Lipsky Elected To Zionist Post NEW YORK, N. Y.—The American Zionist Council disclosed Lat Louis Lipsky, veteran leader of over forty years of service L. American Zionism, had been Unanimously elected to the post of chairman of the council on UcDtcmber 8. At a meeting atfrndrd bv the heads of all Zion'Tpnrtics in the United States I Mr Lipsky was pressed into Iservice to take over the direction %  of Zionist public relations at this c itical juncture in Zionist hisllorv Elected to serve with Mr. Iiinskv were the following: vice Ichairman. Mrs. Judith Epstein. Iformer national president of HaIdawah: secretary, Rabbi Max iKirshblum. executive vice president of the Mizrachi Organization of America; and treasurer, Ipinchns Cruso. secretary of the %  Political committee of the Labor %  Zionist Organization of America |_Poale Zion. I Rabbi Jerome Unger, who has Iserved until now as associate diIrecetor of the Zionist Organization of America, has been named [as executive director of the The management of the affairs I of the council has for the past %  three months been in the hands of |a four-man praesidium which I took charge on an interim basis I following the resignation of Dr. lAbba Hillel Silver on June 16 of lthis year. I Mr. Lipsky has for many years Ibeen a foremost figure in American Jewish affairs. In 1914 he Ibecame chairman of the executive [committee of the Federation of [American Zionists and later [served as president of the Zionist [Organization of America for a [ten-year period from 1921 to 1931. |He has been a member of the IWorld Zionist Executive, with an %  interruption of two years, from |l922 to 1939. In 1943 Mr. Lipsky aided in the Isetting up of the American Jewlish Conference and served as %  chairman of its executive comImittee from 1943 to 1948. [ Born in Rochester, New York, %  Mr. Lipsky entered Jewish life Ithrough the field of journalism land has written extensively on %  the affairs of the day. For fifteen wears he served as managing ediJtor of the American Hebrew. He %  established the New Palestine as %  the official organ of the Zionist %  Organization and edited it until 11928, and from 1932 to 1940. He lis at present president of the Tiastem Life Insurance Company. The American Zionist Council, Kvhich is the official spokesman [tor all Zionist groups in the X'nited States, is composed of: Zionist Organization of America; Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization of America; Labor 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and GENERAL @ ELECTRIC Appliances WalpeU FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Rabbi Morris A. Skop. new spiritual leader of ihe Coral Gables Jewish Center, addresses friends ^ h0 a "l n J ece P tl0 n 9ven in honor of him and Mrs. Skop by the congregation at the Coral Gables Elks Club Sunday night. Also pictured on the speakers' platform are (L to r.) Herbert Gelernter. president of the congregation; Mayor K eith Phillips of Coral Gables; Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth D avid; Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom; and Fred Harinett, city commissioner. AJC Board To Meet Mrs. William Loeb, president of the. Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress has called a board of directors meeting of the group for Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 West 31st St., Miami Beach. Plans will be discussed for the organization's fall and winter activities. Zionist Organization of America —Poale Zion; Mizrachi Organization of America; United Zionist Labor Party; Hashomer Hatzair; and Zionists Revisionists of America. In India, barren women walk around trees so that they may be fertilized by the spirits living within. ABBOTT GARDENS PRIVATE SCHOOL NURSERY THROUGH 8th GRADE REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 19th Phone 86-4818 7705 Abbott Ave. Miami Beach A GOOD NAME is more to bo treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL l— HOME — SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director SPECIAL NOTICE C0ULT0N BROTHERS HAVE DONE IT AGAIN! A Complete Front End Alignment, Camber & Caster Toe in Correction. All for the small sum of $2.4-9 Not just a twist of wrist, but an actual job done by an expert. This Special to be presented to the public starting the 12th of September for 18 days only. Come in and see the actual work being done on these cars. Would you be interested in having your car put on a New Life appearance? Well, try Coulton Bros. Body & Paint Shop. Not only will you find us reasonable in prices, but our work is done in a craftsmanship manner. Whether it is a scratch, a bump or a wreck No job is too large or too small. Does the interior of your car need a dressing up? We have opened a Top and Trim Shop featuring all the latest in plastics available in all designs and colors for your automobile. Every job is custom cut & fit. Prices are very reasonable. Stop in and convince yourself. REMEMBER THE ADDRESS: 840 S.W. 8th STREET



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I %  i •AGE KX7SN •Jemist HtrkM^r FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 6 900 Attend Party In Honor Of Skops .-• ; 5 %  • V X. H Ml • % % %  • .j fa -' %  ." %  • •.; I • • • %  -r.-• • s %  M \ > be I • %  R %  -. %  • %  v-i. he • -" : %  %  .•--." % %  %  > %  5) • -. • • Sv %  %  %  he •' S MS %  • Si %  %  i.-tblV* Ceter Mm % n.b organized R eY Lewis Yelsky To Officiate At "—I Holiday Services At Hebrew Academy The Bebtew Academy Jefferson Ave. ar.d Sixtt s. ,, o V K*e noss-H thp R*v I^w:. Y*irv r.> v,... <• •• *l :a.v.-.-" %  c 14-vear period he officiated m Hew Jersey 10 !" n As pa.-, of the services S-.'. L Sofarmaa, principal of th. u %  r* Acade-.y. -*-: dehver Big ~W Dej lhe %  Mudrugh: S:.:r.:s series w;. c* he.d : gh a{ There wOi >e .. a3rr_ mid-1 3es:des Re-r.hard. the ccrr_~.:::e* :-ic San;-el Grur-dwerg. Aar-.n La-er. shrr. Mr-chell Reir.er and 3en Z.:r. • MCiiTg. et sales o. Prcr-ee-ds fr:n. tr.e sa.e A t.cKets -*-;.. Q .. =:= :f the pupill -f the academy Ticked ire ;.-. sale from 9 am. II ;-. ever;.day. % %  %  •I Jews In Sports IMH "Skeleton" Is Haroed Merrick i I .... g • • i i _%  • > "• %  wWyfrnnhandCalAlJ %  1 rr Worth rexa, .sbaZ %  *• %  -mtoi %  "%  '-•-%  the Dodge "-: % %  "* ? "*x: season tc :.-r Baltimore Bulleti thai -*-_-.ter r.i ;• leareiag r.s fallm in lav's :.-.r.e=: which offers him i ;:>-;.! :.:_re The Buljett arder for Sad U play He aeeana irhjch be feels %  ..' : "•. be ; ;:-.r.f .-.e pr o spec t :: ": p :.-.; waiter loes not >e: tec %  -.*-. ;re iier.de: i:r.e:e f-:~ K V V r? tog e the r with more pebHarverd expects WaQy LowesastexB :. earn a ttartmg poet n; the Jr.-;-:--.ie ".-.e I.z El. i: Vii; ire ;.;?;-r.£ for ; r^lia: guard pe rf :r—ir.: e :'r:— V.; TEL =2-42C2 W Carry a PeO Line of Str;r:iy Fresh HORTKEP.K LAKE FISH YT-LOW KKE-WIHTB FISH B1.TTALC AND CARP WE gmaat TOOB FISHFRH :<"• K. W :•„-. STRITET Tei n -??*: j#r*. -j (Jcctrc pr*6e=-. ai the n^wly csiaasBal Mai CM ISM CanC iai.jM StrjZ T*=^er *t a first neiia Tuosacy jiyrt-. Cii>er$ —— 4 H aiS vert Ee Miller OBSSSa Bta/BS) S."BDK; 5 _. S.ira. uw*: ieii Mcrerary ir^m.'r Ht.Ti.aTi s-e*strer pi rznassai I • .rif Scsi r~ ." %  v a LIE %  %  : I : %  : —• mse: zsi --..%  : %  _' v.. us ; as ziasK E • IM20 BIARRITZ IMtIM FOUR toe bedrock apart=e=ts r-impla'.eiy :_r-.s. •^aippedS apartmeats are renred. ca racar: i:: HM TncoTTw SC OOB. Fu2 sale prise ST.JX. Tr=*. MS* md owner. FEUER & EISENSTEIN Realtors • FE.E^ ENtTIv I -l-KM aSS L.n>ei* *r* B-t*e> Zsxafs'x SIIITIIGS l.(k> Strike Bowline Drives "?"' ?. "5" r.i--;?" Pi :: — ••:.: I.rzn —i rsts— BOBWI ffrr. -, -.;oiIS Owsse: E? AJOE3SSOS Maessy :r ^: a .: Sax -: .-Dii rr : r.: SET^TTICK r^.T?:jEvr NORMANDY SCHOOL sseaawSei fc r>ai P.ejiitrar.tr. Bw* lursery Thrsusr Te::3riie K Dew 0* 44 %  | %  *' • r_-^ Grade C2uldre= A=s*pre ar E-aiui c: rsid-aess UBO KV5ER>tA> Hi-TLH*>a=rr.ii ;: I. B*=rria Drive Mvrrrr Beach Te>?h=se B8H M.AKZf 5T3K—J1C A_"D. R^J^T rOWCL.73 5"Lf-73 RZT.n^ir 'TO*' CJ3 TC S.".STILL THE BEST BUY! BLUE RIBBON iUuui spotted DRY CLEANING • 7~ ?C PU^K DRESSES 79c KQ3CS EDWIN WILSON ii r i %  c i H k x FACTOR TKAJWEr BswSMsl 3£S: Soutt Sirt Tse*o.-e *~ 4-OUtt %  SUITS 89c FREE PHONE rtd-"*"E BT MM r--trx 14CSK w.* a


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 16, 1949

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 16, 1949

Subjects

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 22NUMBER 37
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Home For Aged to Launch
Campaign For $300,000
During the month beginning October 15, the Jewish Home
for the Aged of Greater Miami will ask the Jewish residents
of Dade County to contribute $300,000 to purchase a site and
build a new and enlarged home to take care of a minimum of
100 aged Jewish men and women.
Announcement of the projected-------------------------------------------------
campaign was made public yester-
day by Judge Harold B. Spaet,
president of the home, who re-
vealed that a
"Citizens' Com-
mittee for a New
Jewish Home for
the Aged" was in
process of form-
ation. This com-
mittee will con-
sist of represent-
a t i v e s from
every Jewish or-
ganization in the
city to insure
comm unity-
wide support of the drive.
"We are confronted with the
absolute necessity of enlarging
our facilities to take care of grow-
ing demands," declared Judge
Harold B. Spaet, in his plea for
generous support by the Jewish
community. "Never before in the
history of the Jewish Home for
the Aged have we faced a more
critical assignment than that
which confronts us in this task
which we are about to undertake.
The appeal which we are launch-
ing is not merely a campaign for
moneyit is a campaign upon
the success or failure of which
will depend whether we can live
up to our responsibility to the
aged in our community. In the
words of the late President Roose-
velt, 'We can not, must not, will
not fail'."
Outstanding event of the cam-
paign will be the sixth annivers-
ary dinner to be held on Sunday
night, November 6. at a hotel to
be designated.
The Jewish Home for the Aged,
located at 335 S.W. 12th Ave.,
was organized in 1943. At its in-
ception, the home had eight resi-
dents, six of whom were men.
Today, its facilities are crowded
to capacity with 38 residents and
it has a waiting list of 32, some
of whom have been waiting for
admittance for more than one
year.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, of which the Jewish
Home for the Aged is a bene-
ficiary member, has voted ap-
proval of the home's orojected
building fund appeal. Federa-
tion's executive committee at its
last meeting appointed a com-
mittee to serve with a similar
committee from the home as a
joint campaign steering commit-
tee. This committee includes
Judge Spaet, chairman, and Leo
Allen, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Sid-
ney Bernbaum, Irving Frankel,
Joe Gardner, Morris Klass, Marcie
Liberman, Milton S. Malakoff
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Stanley
C. Myers, Joe Rose, Herbert E.
Scher, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Wm.
D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Jack
Ablin, Wm. Glick, Max Orovitz,
and Gus Trau.
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Attempt To Assassinate
Premier Ben Ourion Foiled
TEL AVIV, (JTA)An attempt to assassinate Premier David Ben Gurion and other members
of the Israel Cabinet was foiled this week when guards in the Knesset overpowered a young
Jew who aimed a loaded Sten gun at the Ministers of the Jewish state after jumping to the
Speaker's platform from the visitors' gallery.
The Knesset was holding its last session prior to its adjournament for a period extending
^through the High Holy Days. The would-be assassin, Avraham
Dplpriatac T/\ Tzafati, who is believed to be a religious fanatic, was standing
1/ClCydICS I 0 fr some time in the visitors' gallery overlooking the Speaker's
platform. Suddenly he jumped from the gallery to a position
before the Knesset chairman's seat and aimed his lethal weapon
at the Israel Ministers who were-------------------------------------------------
seated on ^the platform. He was ed instead lo ,ake hls own ,lfe
UJA Delegates To
Intensify Efforts
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
800 delegates to the Emergency
National Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, which concluded
here this week, left for their
homes determined to develop an
intensified campaign for the
U.J.A. in the communities which
they represent. The High Holiday
season, which starts within a
fortnight, will be utilized to em-
phasize the responsibility of
American Jews to solve the dollar
crisis of the U.J.A.
William Rosenwald, national
chairman of the U.J.A., who pre-
sided at the concluding session,
emphasized that the lack of cash
is seriously crippling the relief
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swiftly seized and overpowered
before he could open fire.
Tzafati, who shouted, "Kill Ben
Gurion," as he was taken out of
the Knesset building, carried a
book of plans for the erection of
the Third Temple in Jerusalem.
When he was conducted past the
Israel Premier, Tzafati screamed:
"We fought for you, why don't
you build the Temple?"
The Knesset adjourned shortly
after the excitement over the
disturbance subsided and an in-
quiry into the attack was immed-
iately launched. Tzafati is be-
lieved to be of unsound mind. He
was reported to have claimed
after his arrest that he "did not
mean to kill anybody" but plan-
Miami Rabbis Set Sunday For
Memorial Services At Cemeteries
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami announces that
memorial services prior to the advent of the High Holy Days will
be conducted at Greater Miami cemeteries Sunday.
A community service will be held at 1 p.m. at Woodlawn Ceme-
tery. Conducting this service will be Rabbis Max Shapiro, Murray
Grauer, Simon April and Moses Mescheloff and Cantors Maurice
Mamches, Berele Kellemer and Louis D. Feder.
Other services will be conducted at Graceland Cemetery at 2
p.m.; Mt. Sinai, 2:30 p.m.; City, 2:30 p.m.; Mt. Nebo, 3:30 p.m.
All Jewish residents having dear ones resting in these ceme-
teries are asked to be present.
Before adjournment of the ses-
sion, Herut deputies demanded
that the Israel parliament initiate
a full-scale debate on the Jeru-
salem issue in view of the im-
minent arrival of a United Na-
tions reDresentative for Jeru-
salem. The demand was opposed
by Zalman Aharonovitz. chair-
man of the Knesset Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, who revealed
that his group had already dis-
cussed the arrival of the UN.
representative with members of
the Foreign Ministrv. He pointed
out that the last UN. resolution
on Jerusalem empowered the
U.N. Conciliation Commission to
appoint such a representative
which it had now decided to do.
The Jerusalem municipality
this week adopted unanimously a
resolution reiterating opposition to
the internationalization of the
city. The resolution stated that
"in view of the present efforts
to reintroduce plans for the in-
ternationalization of Jerusalem
the municipality once more de-
clares in the name of the in-
habitants that it will accept only
full Israel sovereignty. Jeru-
salemites fought and shed their
blood for the city when it was
abandoned by all the world and
they will continue to defend it so
that it will remain the capital of
Israel."
TRAINING BUREAU FOR JEWISH COMMUNAL
SERVICE HOLDS SECOND GRADUATION
Among the six young executives who recently
received certification from the Institute on Ad-
vanced Studies in Jewish Community Organisa-
tion of the Training Bureau for Jewish Commun-
al Service was Max C. Gettinger (standing, ex-
treme right). Community Planning Assistant,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The certificates,
recognition of the successful completion of four-
teen months of study, were presented by Dr. Kurt
Peiser of Philadelphia, chairman of the bureau's
board of governors. Dr. Horace Kallen, professor
of philosophy at the New School for Social Re-
search, who spoke at the commencement exer-
cise*, declared that the bureau is necessary for
the development of "a trained Jewish Civil Serv-
ice." Standing left to right are the six fellows:
Herbert J. Ballon. Associate Regional Director,
East Central States, Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, Cleveland; Morton E.
Adell. Regional Representative, Joint Distribution
Committee; Alex Rosen, Executive Director, Jew-
ish Community Center and Welfare Fund, Elmira.
N. Y.; G. Marvin Schoenberg, Administrative As-
sistant, Jewish Community Council of Essex,
Newark. N. J.; Meyer Schwarts, Administrative
Assistant, Federation of Jewish Philanthropies.
Pittsburgh. Pa.; and Gettinger. Seated (1. to r.) Dr.
Peiser. the executive vice president of the Phila-
delphia Federation of Jewish Charities; Bernard
Pepinsky of Cincinnati, president of the Training
Bureau; and George W. Rabinoff of New York,
executive director of the Training Bureau.
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IM'lilis Will Hold
Membership Tea
Members of Debbs Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, will
act as hostesses to friends at a
membership tea on Sunday at 2
pm. at the home of Miss Char-
lotte Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St.
All girls between the ages of
18 and 24. or high school grad-
uates, are invited to attend. A
program highlighted by a talk
explaining the B'nai B'rith youth
organizations' service programs
will be presented. Refreshments
will be served.
Mrs. Marcia Simonhoff and Miss
Sandier are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Beth Sholom Will Hold
Reunion Oneg Sbabbat
Tonight following Temple Beth
Sholom's regular 8:15 p.m. Sab-
bath service, a reunion Oneg
Shabbat will be held in the Tem-
ple patio, according to an an-
nouncement by Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
''I his will give the members
of the congregation an opportun-
ity to welcome new members into
their midst and to meet old and
new friends after the summer's
vacation," the rabbi said. Officers
of the congregation will be on
hand to greet everyone and Mrs.
Alfred M. Mamlet, president of
the PTA of Beth Sholom, who
recently returned from a trip to
Israel will be the guest of honor.
DON'T spend your
HOLIDAYS
in the kitchen!
Be at your best!
Serve the best!
Time Saving! Tail Saving! Honey Saving!
DELICIOUS!
Segal Named AJC
Regional Director
The appointment of Bernard B.
Segal, formerly of Baltimore,
Washington and New York, as
Southeastern regional director of
the American Jewish Congress
with headquarters in Miami, was
announced this week by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, a national vice
president of the oreanization re-
presenting Greater Miami.
This is the first American Jew-
ish Congress appointment in the
Southeast, and Segal's responsi-
bilities are to help further de-
velop the organization's member-
ship and activities program, with
special focus on Jewish affairs
and welfare, legislation and social
action and community relations.
Prior to his assignment in Mi-
ami. Segal was American Jewish
Congress field representative in
the Baltimore-Washington area.
He was formerly associated with
Palestine Films. Inc.. as distribu-
tion manager, and B'nai B'rith's
national office in Washington, D.
C, as lodge program director. He
also served as executive director
of the Upper Williamsburg Neigh-
borhood Center, the Emanuel
Center, the Mosholu Community
Center and the Young People's
Fellowship, all in New York. In
addition, he has been active in
the fields of camping, housing,
social work and community or-
ganization.
Segal studied at Teachers Col-
lege and the New York School of
Social Work of Columbia Uni-
versity. He is a member of the
National Association of Jewish
Center Workers, the American
Association of Group Work and
the American Association for the
Study of Community Organiza-
tion. He was formerly an execu-
Isaiah Youth
Plan Dance
The Temple Isaiah Young Peo-
ple's League will sponsor a holi-
day dance and entertainment on
Saturday night, October 1, at 9
p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Chairman of the affair is
Evelyn Ell, president. She will be
assisted by Sy Lippman, public-
ity; Eleanor Keys, hospitality;
Ralph Stein, tickets; Shirley
Union, door; Muriel Greenberg.
entertainment; Phyllis Nagle, en-
tertaiment; Richard Wynn, photo-
graphy. Al Kullick will serve as
master of ceremonies.
Hostesses will be Janet Sklaw,
Barbara Levine, Trudy Lach, Car-
roll Bernstein, Henrietta Rosen-
thai and Gloria Berry.
Highlight of the evening's pro-
gram will be a "Talent Hunt,"
with prizes for the winners.
Among the prizes will be ten sil-
ver dollars to be presented by
"Silver Dollar Jake" Schreiber,
who will serve as judge. Other
judges will be Harold Shapiro,
Ben Tupler, Julius J. Perlmutter,
and Aaron Courshon.

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350 Lincoln Road
Suit* 502 Phone 5-5419
Beniard Segal
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tive committee member of the
newly formed Bellerose Jewish
Center in Long Irland which he
helped to organize.
Mr. and Mrs. Segal, and son,
Hillel, age four, will reside at
3540 S.W. 5th St.
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C. A. Gross Moves
To Now Offices
Charles Anthony Gross, adver-
tising and merchandising counsel,
has moved his offices from 1659
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
to new and larger quarters in the
Chamber of Commerce Building,
Miami. Gross has expanded his
staff to cover the entire field of
advertising and merchandising,
from packaging design to TV pro-
ductions.
Author of the Miami Beach
summer advertising campaign,
Gross has gained considerable
recognition for his merchandising.
Formal opening of the new of-
fices will take place Saturday,
October 1, when clients, radio,
press, publishers and other busi-
ness friends attend a gala house-
warming party.
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
warns the Jewish population:
Not to be misled by words such as Kosher, Frishe Fleish,
or an insignia such as the MOGEN DOVID. six-pointed star;
That only stores which have the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth and endorsed by the Vaad; and
That any chicken market where the Shochet does not have
the plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
il" 1D3 to affix on the chickens is not en-
dorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot
guarantee the Kashruth.
1.
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Any further information concerning Kashruth may be obtained
by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michi-
gan Avenue, Miami Beach. Phone 5-3395.
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treai.

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MIAMI BEACH
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The Public Is Cordially Invited To Attend
SLICH0S SERVICES
MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPT. 17TH, 1949
Presenting our Rabbi
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Slowly we are beginning to realize the ruU
signiiicance of what on the face of it, first ar>
peared to have been a passinq disturbance in
Munichthe recent pogrom in which Jews were
shot by German police because they protested
the printing of a vicious, anti-Semitic letter in an
American-licensed German newspaper. We have
begun to realize that far from being an isolated
incident in an unhappy land, it is a symptom of
the resurgance of a new, arrogant Nazism, in
which the beating of Jews is once more an ex-
pression of the Higher Culture. Proof ben now
been obtained that the. wounded Jews were at-
tacked and shot, not in the excitement of clleged
rioting but deliberately, cs they attempted to flee
panic-stricken from the clubs and rubber trun-
ckaoM of the German police.
According to affidavits obtained in Munich by
Saul Jcttes, Director of the European office of
3 ana B rith, who had been sent to invest.rate, at
ieos: two o: the Jewish victims were sh;t in the
berk. Bon victims swore that the protest march
toward n offices of the "Suddeutsche Zettung"
which bad published the letter warninc; that Ger-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1949
*Jew is* Fhridtiain
PAGE FIVE
Gertner Named Mt. Sinai Director,
Institution Slated To Open In November
Bringing the opening of Mt.
Sinai Hospital one step nearer.
Max Orovitz, president of the
hospital's board of trustees, an-
nounced the appointment of Sam-
uel Gertner as executive director
of the institution.
Until recently assistant director
df Both Israel Hospital in New
York City. Gertner was informal-
ly inducted into his position last
weekend by Orovitz, on the lat-
ter's return from a ten-week trip
to Europe and Israel.
"Our community is extremely
fortunate in having been able to
secure an outstanding person in
the field of hospital management
to supervise the affairs of Mt.
Sinai." declared Orovitz, in an-
nouncing Gertner's appointment.
Gertner comes to his new post
after four years with Beth Israel
Hospital. Prior to 1945. he was
assistant director of Sydenham
Hospital in New York City. Be-
fore entering the hospital ad-
ministration field, he was a mem-
ber of the administrative staff of
New York City's Department of
Welfare, a post he held since 1931.^,
He was graduated from the
University of West Virginia in
1928 and later did graduate work
at Columbia and New York Uni-
versity. He holds membership in
the American Hospial Association
and the Greater New York Hos-
pital Association.
A meeting of the full board of
the hospital will be called shortly,
Orovitz stated, at which time
Gertner will present plans for the
official opening of the hospital,
slated for early in November.
Gertner is now engaged in em-
ploying the various administra-
tive heads, nurses and other hos-
pital personnel.
His wife and two children are
remaining in New York while
their new home, located on 117
Collins Island, adjoining the hos-
pital, is being put into shape.
They are expected here in about
two weeks.
Mt Sinai Hospital is the first
Jewish sponsored general non-
profit hospital in Florida. It is
supported by the Jewish residents
of Greater Miami. The hospital
is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
For the past two years, the trus-
tees of Mt. Sinai Hospital have
been operating Alton Road Hos-
pital. This will be closed when
Mt. Sinai is officially opened.
The new hospital is located in
the reconverted and refurbished
Nautilus property, formerly oper-
ated as an Army hospital. It will
have a 200-bed capacity as well
as an out-patient department
which will provide medical, sur-
gical and research facilities to
meet the needs of the community.
Orovitz pointed out that the
hospital will admit any person,
regardless of race, color or creed.
Members of the hospital's board
of trustees, in addition to Orovitz,
include Leonard Abess, Jack A.
Albin, Sam Blank, Mrs. Max
Dobnn. Sam Friedland, Leo Gem-
gross, Moses Ginsberg, Abraham
Goodman. Dr. Morris Goodman,
Benjamin N. Kane, J. Gerald
Lewis Marcie Liberman, Baron de
Hirseh Meyer, Stanley C. Myers,
"an Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher,
Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, William
" Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph
S>tcin. Arthur Ungar, Carl Wein-
r,,Lconard A- w>en, Mitchell
Wolfson and Jacob Ziskind.
Samuel Gertner
Bandel To Run
For City Post
Municipal Judge Louie Bandel
entered the race Monday for the
Miami city commission.
Bandel coupled the announce-
ment of his candidacy with an-
other that 79-year-old Commis-
sioner R. C. Gardner definitely
will not attempt to succeed him-
self.
Bandel, 43, has been a munici-
pal judge for about 10 years. He
presides at night traffic court.
Bandel stated he will run on a
platform stressing adequate gar-
bage and sewage disposal, sup-
por for the city manager's role
as "actual head of the city" with
the commission as a policy-mak-
ing body.
Sam Wallace, attorney, will be
chairman of his campaign, Ban-
del said. Assisting Wallace will be
William R. DeCostas, also an at-
torney.
Sisterhood Card Party
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will sponsor
a card and games party Sunday
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bechowitz,
3670 S.W. 25th St. Anyone desir-
ing further information about the
event is asked to call 83-1822 or
48-8904.
Sirkin Names Beach
Center Committee
Committee chairmen in charge
of the manifold activities of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center at
1701 Washington Ave., have been
announced by Harry Sirkin, pres-
ident of the congregation.
Miami Beach's Conservative
synagogue has just been com-
pleted and seats are currently
being installed in preparation for
the High Holy Days which com-
mence on September 23.
Named to head committees
were: Ben Zion Ginsburg, mem-
bership; I. R. Goodman, Hebrew
school; David R. Isen, Sunday
school; Abraham Goodman, bud-
get; Samuel Friedland, personnel;
Joseph M. Lipton, ways and
means; Jack A. Ablin, fund rais-
ing; Sol Goldman, High Holiday
tickets; Jack Burris and Herman
Berk, legal and constitutional;
Irving Schatzman, retention;
Matthew Silverstein, sick and
visiting; Alex Sussman, ritual;
Oscar Mamber, cemetery; Alfred
Stone, ushers; Mayer H. Frankel
and Morris Kriegel, Aliyas;
Rabbi Kronish Compiles And Arranges
Supplementary Service For Holiday
A Supplementary Service for
Rosh Hashona, compiled and ar-
ranged by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, will be utilized during
the Temple's High Holy Day
services, according to an an-
nouncement by Shepard Broad,
president of the congregation.
"This supplementary service is
based on the Shofar service of
the Union Prayer Book," Broad
explained. "It contains original
responsive readings, new inter-
pretations of the traditional li-
turgy and appropriate musical se-
lections woven into a uniaue and
meaningful Shofar iservice for
modern Jews. The musical por-
tions have been chosen by Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, who has inte-
grated suitable hymns from the
medieval "machzor" (prayer
book) and modern Israel. He will
be accompanied by Organist Her-
man Fried, in the rendition of
these musical portions of this
service.
"In keeping with its policy of
making Judaism meaningful to
modern Jews," Broad continued,
"two special children's services
will be conducted for the High
Holy Daysone for children in
the kindergarten, first and second
grades, ages five through seven;
the other for children of religious
school age above the third grade.
Services especially geared to chil-
dren's understanding have been
compiled by Principal Sydney J.
Greenberg and Cantor Kelemer
and they will be conducted by
the children themselves with the
assistance of faculty members of
the school. At the organ for the
children's services will be Arnold
Feldheim, fifteen years old, a
musician on the staff of station
WTTT.
"Temple Beth Sholom pioneer-
ed in establishing Liberal Judaism
in Miami Beach," Broad con-
cluded, "and in the course of the
past few years has instituted
many original religious services,
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In charge of reservations for
the High Holy Days is Sol Gold-
man, whose staff is now accept-
ing reservations at the Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate and preach at all services.
He will be assisted by Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring and the Miami
Beach Jewish Center choir under
the direction of Ben Yomen.
Plato held that an animal that
killed a man should be prose-
cuted for murder.
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ROSH HASHONO
Friday Evening, Sept. 23
Saturday, Sept. 24
Sunday, Sept. 25
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YOM KIPPUR
Sunday Evening, Oct. 2
Monday, Oct. 3
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83-7748


PAGE SIX
Jenlsttkfldter
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1949
Kosher Butchers
Receive Charter
Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne
signed an order granting a char-
ter to the Greater Miami Kosher
Butchers Association, a non-
profit corporation, on September
6.
"In the past reputable ki sher
butchers have been greatly con-
cerned about the frequent mis-
representation of non-kosher pro-
ducts as kosher." Max Schenk-
man. president of the new group,
explained. "The Greater Miami
Butchers Association was formed
primarily to combat this fraud-
ulent practice. Its purpose is I)
insure the Jewish population of
Greater Mian
strictly adhere I | n pies
of kashruth Th< ass iati n will
strive to bring about .". sei co-
operation between butchers and
vendors t k shei pi ducts "
Other officers of th rganiza-
tion are Dave Kleber, vice press-.
dent; Sol P. Malter, treasurer:
Louis Katz. financial and rec rd-
mg secretary: Hyman Elgis n
Saul I. Kenholz. Abe Chiel Hy-
man Zaidman. Samuel Liu and
Sam Eisner. .. _______
Medical Program To Be
Aired Sunday Night
The Dade County Medical As-
sociation announces the fifth in
a regular weekly series of health
education programs over station
WTTT Sundav night from 8 to
830 p.m. Subject for discussion
in this week's forum will be
-Rheumatic Fever "
Participants will be Dr. Karl
W Vetter. pediatrician: Dr.
George F. Schmitt. internist and
cardiologist; Dr. Hunter B. Rog-
ers, general practitioner: Dr.
Kayc and Moidan
Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne, seated, signs the charter of the
Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Association, while Richard E.
Gerslein, attorney, Max Schenkman. president of the group, and
Sol P. Malter, treasurer, look on._______________________
Widder Unveiling
Thi I nument
to the m< : rj 1 itu -". lgn -
Widder t rme ridian
Ave. Miami 5c..,::. will tak
1 ace Sundi y at 1 '''
S.r.... Rabbi Jos-
eph E Rack vsk> .....ting. Re-
latives and ft rids requested
I attend,
Barocas Unveiling
Th< ledication of a i
\ the men: : I -:-;
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22nd Ave ill tak Sui
a: 10 30 a m al Mt Sinai
ter; "- : Gr.:ue:
:;. ating M : as was a
ber of C: gal n Beth El
. ... w ife. Es-
ther, and sons. Gerald and PI
Relatives and friends are asked
to
Natl. Council Has Lists
The Miami Section of the Na-
ti nal Council of Jewish Women
- just received several lists of
- ns whose property is being
by the Narodni sprava
tk vych podstat. Praha I.
Hi stalska 20. odd LII 2. poschodi.
c. 59. These lists refer to
pi >perty formerly owned by per-
- ns have recently emigrated
:': m Czechoslovakia. The prop-
erties in question have been
brought to the attention and have
been 1 th< National
.-: vakian Administration.
I: is still possible to file restitu-
ti n claims. These are on file at
:':. S< rvice to Foreign Born office
National Council of Jewish
v." men at 315 Langford Building.
and are available to persons m-
tereste i
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
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BETH DAVID TO HOLD SLICHOS SERVICE
AT NEW EDIFICE
Slichos Service, the only midnight service
in the Jewish Calendar, will be held at the
NEW BETH DAVID
CORAL WAY AND 26th ROAD
ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. AT 11:30 P. M.
A cordial invitation is extended to residents of
Greater Miami to join us
on that occasion
SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
IN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW EDIFICE
FOR ROSH HA-SHONO AND
YOM KIPPUR
Reservations can be made daily between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. at
the old building. 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue, and every evening at the new Beth
David, Coral Way and 26th Road, between the hours of 7:30 p. m. and 9 P-
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct services as-
sisted by a professional choir under the direction of Mr. Leon Schiff.
Services will also be conducted in our Old Synagogue135 N. W. 3rd Avenue.

1


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1949
+ t PAGE SEVEN
Brandeis University Launches 2nd Year,
150 Freshmen Enroll In Class Of 1953
Brandeis University, the na-
tion's first Jewish-sponsored,
non-sectarian institution of high-
er learning, launched its second
academic year Wednesday with
the opening of freshmen orienta-
tion week.
Established last fall amidst aca-
demic pomp and pageantry wit-
nessed by 210 college and uni-
versity presidents and official re-
presentatives, the school regis-
tered a class of 150 freshmen who
will join with the original pio-
neer class of 1952 which num-
bered 100. University officials in-
dicated that the new class would
be increased by 50 students each
year until the normal freshman
complement of 250 students is
realized. The present student
body of Brandeis includes stu-
dents from 22 states, Canada and
Korea.
Representing the major reli-
gious, racial and nationality
groupings, the new class includes
u middle-aged New Hampshire
business man, recently retired;
the winner of a Kiwanis scholar-
ship established at Brandeis, Paul
Xavier Shea; the holder of the
Chicago Blind Association
scholarship, Esther Husney of
New York City; and Chi-Ok Cho,
whose father is the head of a
primary school in Chinju, Korea.
Brandeis' pioneer class, that of
1952, will register next week and
classes will start on Wednesday.
Both the newly enrolled class
and the returning students will
find the Brandeis University 100-
acre campus providing newly en-
larged physical faciilies. During
the summer months a widespread
program of building activity re-
sulted in the construction of a
new residence facility to be
known as Founders' Hall. In addi-
tion, the university has acquired
two other new dormitory halls,
the Sanderson House, which ac-
comodates 20 students, and Ken-
dall Green Hall, which will house
an students.
Other new developments in-
clude the Nathan Seifer Memorial
Stone's
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Lecture Hall, erected through a
gift of the members of the family
of the late Chicago philan-
thropist. The Alpha Omega Bio-
logical Laboratories, comprising
research laboratory, advanced re-
search laboratory, and demons-
tration rooms will also be ready
for this year's class. A new phy-
sics laboratory and the facilities
to accomodate the newly-estab-
lished department of music, first
step leading to the establishment
of the University's School of
Music, have also been completed
during the vacation period.
Simultaneous with the launch-
ing of the second academic year
of the institution, officials of
Brandeis University announced
that Dr. Abram L. Sachar, presi-
dent and former national director
of the Hillel Foundations, and
George Alpert, Esq., president of
the university's board of trustees,
would shortly leave on nation-
wide tours for the purpose of
interpreting the achievements
and expansion of the only Jew-
ish-sponsored, non-sectarian uni-
versity on the Western continent.
The announcement indicated that
plans had already been com-
pleted for Dr. Sachar or Mr. Al-
pert to meet with interested
groups in Troy, N. Y.; Louisville,
Ky.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Syracuse,
N. Y.; Memphis, Tenn.; Toledo,
Ohio; Atlanta, Ga.; New Haven,
Conn.; Hartford, Conn.; Kansas
City, Mo.; Salt Lake City, Utah;
Denver, Col.; and Washington.
JWV Post To
Hold Picnic
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
No. 174, Jewish War Veterans
will hold a picnic Sunday start-
ing at 11 a.m. at Matheson Ham-
mock. All members are urged to
bring along prospective members.
Ken Braidman and Manuel
Sirkin are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Board To Meet
A board meeting of the Wom-
en's League of the Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity. Alpha Iota Chapter,
will be held on Monday at 1 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. C. Haas, 4550
North Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach.
Frederic March To Star
In UJA Radio Program
A dramatic radio program
based on the recent reburial of
Theodor Herzl's remains in Is-
rael, will be presented by the
United Jewish Appeal over the
coast-to-coast network of the
American Broadcasting Corpora-
tion on Tuesday evening from
10:30 to 11 p.m. Eastern daylight
time. Frederic March will star
in the presentation.
Entitled "A Handful of Earth,"
the drama will highlight the ac-
complishments in Israel and the
present problems of immigration.
The program, second in a series
the United Jewish Appeal is pre-
senting in conjunction with the
fall phase of its campaign, is
geared to the High Holy Days
Gables Women
To Meet Sept. 20
First meeting of the fall season
of the B'nai B'rith Women of
Coral Gables has been called by
the president, Mrs. William Hech-
ler. for Tuesday, September 20,
at 8:30 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables.
A skit, "Mary Smith Meets
Miss People." will be presented
by the B'nai B'rith girls, a young-
er group sponsored by the wom-
en's group, and advised by Mrs.
Arnold Lewis.
Certain types of beetles were
mummified in ancient times be-
cause they were thought to be
sacred, according to the Ency-
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Furnltur. Topa. Beveled Mirrow L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works
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PAGE NINE
v .laffc, Joseph Miller Exehange
Chws In Rites At Bride's Home
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Airs. Joseph Miller
Varsity Photo
Miss Sonny Jaffe, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jaffe, be-
came the bride of Joseph Miller,
son of Mrs. Gertrude Siegel, Sun-
day, August 28, at the home of
the bride's parents. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated at the double
ring ceremony.
Given in marriage by her
mother and father, the bride wore
an ankle-length white Chantilly
lace dress. Her veil of French
fingertip illusion was secured by
a seed pearl tiara. She carried
two orchids on her bible.
Miss Marcia Jaffe, sister of the
bride, served as maid of honor
in a pink taffeta ballerina dress.
The bouquet was of American
Beauty Roses. Joseph Jaffe,
brother of the bride, was the
best man.
The bride's mother wore a gray
chiffon crepe gown with an or-
chid corsage. The bridegroom's
mother wore a pastel colored
crepe gown and an orchid cor-
sage.
The bride graduated from Wee-
quanic High School in Newark,
N. J., and attended the University
of Miami. Mr. Miller attended
schools in New York City, and is
now engaged in business in Mi-
ami.
The couple are now making
their home at 3888 N.W. 7th St.
There were many out of town
guests that attended the wedding.
Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 1751 James Ave., Miami
Beach, are at home after spending the summer at the White
House Hotel, Miami Beach.
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Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach flew to New York last
week to join his wife, who had left earlier in the week. While in
New York, Mayor Turk plans to confer with officials there on
mutual problems of city administration. Following his New York
visit, the mayor will go to Washington, D. C, where he has
scheduled conferences with top officials to discuss the possibility
of securing low-rental housing projects for the city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman, 2230 S.W. 21st Ave., are now
at home after spending the summer at Higgins Lake, Ros-
commin, Mich.
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Donald Berman of Louisville, Ky., and Jerome Berman, Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, nephews of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher, were
guests at the San Juan Hotel, Miami Beach. During their stay
they were entertained by their cousin, Frederick Scher.
ech Y \ursory School To Open For
teeond Year, Monday, September 26
The Miami Beach YM-WHA
fursery School will begin its
econd year of operation on Mon-
day. September 26, according to
Hilton Sirkin. president of the
Registration is now open to
children between the ages of
hree and five and a half.
Conducted on a non-profit basis,
he school awards a number of
grtial or complete scholarships
children who require nursery
chool care but whose parents
annot afford the cost of sending
ticm.
Fees are $11.25 per week for
full day and $6.25 for a half
lay. This includes a hot luncheon,
Ind refreshments in the morning
and afternoon. Transportation is
provided if desired at the rate
of $1.50 per week. Insurance for
the children is included in the
tuition.
The school is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Irving Bernstein who
brings to her job over 17 years
of experience in the pre-school
field. On her committee are Dr.
Lewis Julien, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. S.
Gertman, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Eng-
ender, Mrs. Stanley Richard,
Mrs. Leonard Schiff, Mrs. Irving
Frankel, Lou Schwartzman, Mrs.
Ida Lear and Mrs. Chas. Cohen.
Many improved techniques in
the field of pre-school education
are being introduced, Sirkin an-
nounced.
Tk'dman Returns
Tom .'{-Week Trip
Miltan A. Friedman, Miami at-
orney, recently returned from a
hree-week trip, which took him
i Atlanta. Ga., Bloomington, Ind.
Rochester. Minn.
In Atlanta he attended the ex-
Icutive committee meeting of
Mstrict No. 5 of B'nai B'rith.
There he participated in discus
Dons in his capacity as National
i'nai B'rith Youth Commission-
and district executive com-
nittee member.
Upon the close of the meet in
Mlanta, Friedman proceeded to
Bloomington. where he attended
the 25th anniversary convention
If AZA. junior order of B'nai
Brith. At the conclave he was in
.haiKe of an evening's program,
Mich was designated "Israeli
jifint." Other Miamians at the
Bloomington convention were
J'lan Storch. Ed Tescher and
ierbert Finklestein.
Before returning here. Fried-
nan stopped at the Mayo Clinic
" treatment.
Federation Fills ,
Committee Vacancies
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Judge
Harold B. Spaet were elected to
fill vacancies on the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at a special
meeting of the organizations
board of governors last Thursday
night, William D. Singer, presi-
dent, announced.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was
named to fill a vacancy on the
budegt committee.
New members of the board of
governors are Morton Beigel,
Morris Jacobs, Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, Mrs. N. Levin, David
Levenson, Dr. Donald Michelson,
Mrs. Benjamin Miller, J. J. Perl-
mutter, William Pallot, Joseph
Pollack, Henry O. Rabe, Dr. Har-
old Rand and Rabbi Morris A.
Skop.
Miami Girls Return
To U. Of Alabama
Returning to the University
of Alabama today are four Miami
girls. All memoers of Sigma
Delta Tau, they will leave by
train to take up residence in their
sorority house on the university
campus.
Janet Quartin. Audrey Silvern
and C. J. Wolnert attended Miami
High while Bobbie Steig gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High.
Miss Quartin and Miss Silvern
are members of the sophomore
class and Miss Wolpert and Miss
Steig are juniors.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Quartin. 1690 S.W. 17th Terr..
Miss Quartin held managerial
positions on the staff of the Mi-
ami High Times and was presi-
dent of the Junior Classical Lea-
gue. She was also a member of
Tri Beta social sorority. At col-
lege, she received the Sigma Delta
Tau "best-pledge" cup her fresh-
man year.
Miss Silvern was recently
chosen to appear in the beauty
section of the Alabama yearbook.
In high school, she was voted
best-dressed girl in her class and
was a member of Tri Beta. She
is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Irwin Silvern of 2000 S.W. 12th
St.
Assistant editor of the campus
magazine is Miss Wolpert, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wol-
pert. 1776 S.W. 16th Ave. Also
holding membership in Black-
friars and Spirit Committee, she
remained at Alabama this sum-
mer to edit an information book
for freshmen. She was a member
of the Miami High orchestra and
president of Thespians Society as
well as a member of Tri Beta.
Miss Steig, house manager for
Sigma Delta Tau, takes a regular
part in activities of the campus
radio station. She is a major in
radio arts and a transfer from
Florida State College. When at-
tending Miami Beach High she
was a cheer-leader. Miss Steig is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Steig, 4230 Sheridan Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Besides being members of Sig-
ma Delta Tau, the four students
belong to the Alabama Hillel
Foundation and serve on com-
mittees of this student religious
center.______________
Mamlets Complete Tour
Of Israel, France, Italy
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet
and son, Laurence and Alfred,
have returned from a two-month
tour of Israel, France and Italy.
Mrs. Mamlet, who is chairman
of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, recording sec-
retary of the Zionist Council of
Southeast Florida and president
of the Beth Sholom PTA, reports
that she was deeply impressed
by Israel's acute need for con-
tinued aid from the people of the
United States. She says that her
sons were so impressed with the
young nation that they hope to
return.
CARL LUNDY
Kadimah Swim Party
A swim party was held recent-
ly by the Kadimah Club at the
private pool of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander Rosen, 3155 Florida Ave.,
Coconut Grove.
Guests not only swam but
played cards, mah jong, danced
and had refreshments. Hightlight
of the evening was the cutting
of a cake honoring the 15th anni-
very of Mr. and Mrs Murray
Coulton. Proceeds went to the
Child Rescue Fund.
The committee in charge of the
affair consisted of Mrs. Manuel
Rudes, Mrs. Arthur Rosen and
Mrs. Fred Sandier.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HAVANA
VIA PLANE $30 Plui
Tax
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Round Trip ________
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from $45 plus tax
Apgor Travel Agency
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 9-5386
The United States is more than
twice as densely populated as
Russia.
The MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
1701 Washington Avenue
Announces
THE REOPENING OF ITS NEWLY COMPLETED MAIN
SYNAGOGUE FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
COMMENCING WITH THE
NEW YEAR ROSH HASHANAH FESTIVAL
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Officiate at All Services
Assisted by
CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING
AND THE CENTER CHOIR
To be assured oi reservations please contact the
Center office NOW.
Open daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., 7 P. M. to 10 P. M.
SECRETARY WANTED
Knowledge Stenography-Typing
With Zionist Background
For local organization
Part-Time
Call Mrs. Mamlet5-4002
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Cheerful twin-bedroom in private
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transportation and ihopping. A
real home for the right party.
1624 S.W. 20th St. Home after
3 o'clock
Associate of David R. Isen, Miami
Beach realty firm, says: "Ours is
an exciting, fascinating world and
no one can open its doors as wide
as FARR can. For my future
travels I'll call FARR."
FA 1111 -Your Travel Agent"
THE GARDEN "onthetoail"
2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155
FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD
Recommended by DUNCAN HINES
VISIT OUR NEW PATIO
Open From 12 Non MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner
IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES
ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO.
MILO W. BENNETT
1816 West Ave.
Miami Beach
inrnn jimiiTimi n -i mmti "tin inin i tniin'ni iniTiimra
REV. I. FABER
PROMINENT MOHL
Performs brism according to the
Laws of Moses and Israel.
CALL 2-3369
311 S. W. 9th Avenue
INVESTMENT ADVISER
diving tnl\icHandling Discre-
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For advice, mall your Investment
problem with minimum fee of 15.00
pavabl# In advance, to:
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
CHARRON-WILLIAMS
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
804 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4859
ANNOUNCES
NEW CLASSES FORMING FOR
SEPT. 19
REGISTER NOW
APPROVED FOR VETERANS' TRAINING
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES
Evening Clowes Two Nights or Four Nights Weekly
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(Stenograph)
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en*ae in
business under the fictitious name of
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at 3 West Flajrler Street Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
wuh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
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PAGE ELEVEN
"Between You and Me'*
(Copyright,
By BORIS SMOLAR
1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
V.N. MOODS:
The Jewish New Year will start in the midst of discussions at
th. U N General Assembly which will have to settle the status of
t riisale'm Contrary to all other opinions, the Jerusalem problem
.fill hp one of the major issues at the Assembly which opens its
However, it is safe to
Hollywood News
By LEON GUTTERMAN
Palestine in the way depicted on
the screen."
The Evening Standard head-
lined the review of the film with
a banner reading "U. S. sends us
a film not for eyes of Britons."
The flesh of the kangaroo is
much prized by natives of
Queensland, according to the
Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Son5 riept 20 at Flushing Meadow,
What will happen to the Arab-populated Old City, where the Wailing
Will is situated, will depend on what will happen to the Arab part
f Palestine ... If the Arabs in that area form their own govern-
mnnt then they will, of cource, also claim the Old City However,
Hthev decide to become citizens of Transjordan, then the Old City
will fall under the administration of Transjordan ... In both cases
the final authority will rest with the U.N. High Commissioner, until
ifter a plebescite is conducted among the population of the entire
itv The Israel government seems to have given half-hearted
BDDrovai to the division of Jerusalem into two separate administra-
tive units, with the Jews administering the new section of the city
and the Arabs controlling the Old City Israel leaders would not
like that this state of affairs remain permanent However, they
consider it essentially a transitory situation which will be changed
when final territorial settlement of Palestine is achieved.
THE DOMESTIC FRONT:
Anti-Jewish propagandists continue to lose ground throughout
the country Gerald Winrod has been forced to cancel his nightly
broadcasts on three radio stations because of lack of funds For
the same reasons he also cancelled his Sunday morning broadcast
on a fourth station ... He also reduced the size of his magazine,
The Defender," from 32 to 20 pages .-. He indicated that "one of
the nation's leading commentators"apparently his associate Upton
Closehas been forced to cancel his weekly radio broadcast on more
than 40 stations The reason? Business men "refused to con-
tribute sufficient money" to keep him on the air Anti-Semitic
literature originating in Ireland is now being disseminated in this
country from Seattle, Washington, by the local pamphleteer William
J O'Connor "War" against Zionism has been proclaimed by the
Nationalist Action League, described as "Fascist" by the U. S. At-
torney General The league plans to set up "permanent organ-
izational headquarters" in Philadelphia within a few weeks .
Bitter attacks on the Zionist movement are being conducted now by
an anti-Semitic ex-Army intelligence officer, Robert Williams, in a
monthly bulletin which he began to publish recently under the title,
"Williams Intelligence Summary" And in Union, New Jersey,
the publisher of the local pro-Nazi newspaper, "Common Sense,
announces that his "records and correspondence" have been returned
to him after a long absence This material, along with other
property, was awarded to his creditors in lieu of cash settlement for
unpaid bills The pro-Nazi publisher explains the whole incident
by saying that "Zionist Jews" took his property .
MOVIE LINES: ,
A second film dealing with the stormy days in Palestine prior
to the establishment of Israel is now attracting attention in New
York Unlike "Sword in the Desert," this film was produced in
Italy And it is now being shown in one of the Broadway motion
picture houses under the title, "The Earth Cries Out" This film
is more "Jewish" than the Hollywood-produced "Sword in the
Desert" ... It lays more stress on the plight of the Jewish DP s in
the camps in Europe and on their trials and tribulations on the high
seas prior to landing in Palestine as "illegals" ... It also presents
life in the Jewish colonies in a more sentimental way than does
the Hollywood film ... It brings out the strife between the Haganan
and the Jewish extremist underground groups However, on the
whole the Hollywood film is superior to the Italian-made moving
picture although the former does not have a single Jew in its cast
.. "The Earth Cries Out" lacks the tempo which makes The faword
of the Desert" so absorbing to the audience Although all actors
in the Italian-made picture act convincingly, they nevertheless give
the impression of being amateurs as compared with the acting in the
Hollywood film ... On the whole, however, "The Earth Cries Out
is a fine production and is drawing large crowds of both Jews and
non-Jews in its present showing in New York.
(Copyright, 1940, JpwiHh TelfKiaphlc
Agency, Inc.)
Universal's new film "Sword
In The Desert," controversial pic-
ture about the birth of Israel
which was previewed in London
this week, has met universal con-
demnation by the British national
press, with Lord Beaverbrook's
sheets the most vitriolic. British
censors, however, okayed the pic-
ture after three minor cuts were
ordered.
The London Telegraph, in a
typical comment, said: "It will be
surprising to British audiences,
at least, to see the unwonted
harshness with which troops in
the film treat civilians," and "cer-
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Miami Jewish Center To Launch Drive
For New Members; Kick-Off October 5
Official kick-off of the 1949-50
membership campaign to be con-
ducted by the Miami Jewish
Community Center (formerly
YM-WHA) will take place Wed-
nesday evening, October 5, at
the center building, according to
Irving Saal, chairman of the
membership committee. Meetings
are now being held by the com-
mittee, he said, and plans will be
announced from time to time as
progress is made._______________
Sholom Ladies
ill Sponsor Tea
The first membership tea of
the season of Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood is scheduled
for Wednesday at 1 p.m., accord-
ing to Mrs. Alexander Robbins.
president. The affair, to be held
in the temple patio, will honor all
new members. All presidents of
Miami Beach Women's organiza-
tions have been invited to attend
and will be honored by special
presentations at this function.
Mrs. Robbins stated.
On the program Leon Kaplan,
first violinist of the Metropolitan
Opera Company Orchestra of
New York, who will render sev-
eral solos. In addition, an original
skit by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich,
program chairman of the Sister-
hood, will be presented with the
following cast of Sisterhood mem-
bers: the Mesdames Justin Bau-
man, Bert Stern, M. B. Morris,
William Levine, Allan Herron,
Arthur Burrell, Camille Baum.
Jack Udell._______________
Adolph M. Cohen
Dies Here At 76
Adolph M. Cohen, 76, long-time
Miami resident who was in charge
of real estate for Wometco Thea-
ters, died Monday at a local hos-
pital.
Mr. Cohen, who lived at 1200
S.W. 21st St., came to Miami 30
years ago from Pensacola, his
birthplace. He was associated with
the Junkin and Erdwin real
estate firm for a time, then went
into business for himself.
He was a 32nd degree Mason.
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, his
daughter, flew back from Los
Angeles Monday after learning of
his death. She was attending a
theater convention with Mr. Wolf-
son, president of Wometco.
He also leaves his wife, Ther-
esa: two sisters, Mrs. Bella Kugel-
man. Miami, and Mrs. Sida Wolff.
New Orleans; and three grand-
children, Louis, Francis Louise,
and Mitchell Wolfson, Jr., all of
Miami.
"I would like the people of
Miami to know a few salient
facts about our center," Saal said.
"Our budget for 1949 is $97,000,
of which $35,000 is contributed by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. The balance of $62,000
must be raised through other ac-
tivities, chief of which is mem-
bership. We have undertaken to
raise $20,000 through membership
this year and the projected drive
is calculated to help fill our mem-
bership quota.
The Miami Jewish Community
Center conducts a program for
groups of all agesfrom the tod-
dler in nursery school to the per-
son over 50 in the organization's
popular Golden Age Club. Activi-
ties at the center range from a
complete athletic program to lec-
tures and lam sessions.
The center serves as a meeting
place for B'nai B'rith youth
groups, Hadassah, Zionists, Jew-
ish War Veterans, Boy Scouts and
numerous other groups. It is tak-
ing an active part in Federations
community planning committee.
Its representatives have partici-
pated in the meetings and con-
ference at which recreational and
leisure time needs of the Greater
Miami Jewish community are be-
ing studied.
Family membership dues in the
center is $15 a year, which in-
cludes husband, wife and chil-
dren, under 18 years of age. Mem-
bership is available for un-
married adults at $10 a year.
Assisting Saal in the drive are:
Leon Kaplan, Max R. Silver. -Mr.
and lira, Ben Basen, S'am Seltlin, Ku-
Kt'in* .1. WoIhs, I>avlrl Brown. George
Chertkof, Leo Ackerm&n, ai iierk-
owitz. Joseph .1. Hermann, Nat Blum-
bergr, Alex 8. Cohen, Charles H.
Cohen, Milton A. Friedman, Nat
I Jans, .Tack Apte, M. J. Kopelowltz,
Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Leon Lleberman.
S. B. Miller, K. Albeit Pallot. Jacob
Sher. Seymour J. Simon, Henry
Jacobson, Harry Schwartz. Sam
Brambler, David Rablnowltz. Maurice
Coulton, Abe Cutler, Harvey Dwoskln,
Marx M. Paber, Julius dairies. Rabbi
Murray liraucr, Fred Grossberg.
Samuel Keaeler, David Kornberr, Jr..
Abe Kurman. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Levine, Milton
Malakoff, Sidney Palmer. Sidney
Pepper, Jacob I'ulver, Henry Rabin,
Alrfed 8. Rubinstein. Martin Rubin-
stein. Mrs. Milton Sachs. Theodore
BakowitS, Mr. and Mrs. I*eo Sheiner,
Henry Shier, FVed K. Shochet. W. D.
Singer, Paul Sobel, Sam Traurlg,
George Wolpert, Julius Wilson. Harry
Gordon, Abe Aronovltz. Mrs. Nina
D&Vis, Jack Simon. Mrs. Hirshman,
Mr. and Mrs. I). Welner, Mrs. Gus
Glnaburgj Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg,
Mi. ami Mrs. N. Dubler and Mrs. John
Temple.
Hank Meyer
Hank Meyer Given
Beach Publicity Job
Hank Meyer, veteran Miami
Beach public relations counselor,
was last week named by the Mi-
ami Beach city council as public
relations director for the city of
Miami Beach. He was recom-
mended for the newlv created
$7,500-a-year post by City Man-
ager Claude A. Renshaw.
Meyer attended both New York
University and the University of
Miami, from which he received
his B.S.B.A. degree. He was form-
er assistant to the director of
publicity of the University of Mi-
ami for three years, and holds a
life membership in "Lead and
Ink," an honorary creative writ-
ers' organization. A resident of
Miami Beach since 1938, he re-
cently headed his own publicity
firm which represented many
well-known local and national
firms.
Before assuming his duties at
City Hall on October 1, Meyer
and his wife will leave for a short
vacation in the north.
LEGAL NOTICE
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Chai Sarah Kaplan, formerly of
304 Ocean Drive, will be held at
2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing.
Rabbi Ever To Speak
By public demand. Rabbi Isaac
H. Ever, spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Kneseth Israel will con-
tinue his weekly radio broad-
casts. Saturday night at 8 o'clock
the rabbi will speak on Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour over
WWPB on the subject: "The
Synagogue Season" and on Sun-
day at 12 noon he will be heard
on M. Nasatir's Yiddish Classi-
cal Hour over WINZ, on the sub-
ject: "Inconsistent Jews." Both
messages are dealing with the
coming High Holy Days.______
New Records To Be Aired
New Yiddish records purchased
by Jacob Schachter, director of
the Jewish Musical Hour, during
his recent trip to New York will
be featured on his program today
from 1 to 1:30 p.m. and Sunday
from 10 to 11 a.m. Norman R.
Lyons will give a special High
Holy Day address entitled "The
Page Is Turned" on Sunday morn-
ing's broadcast. The program is
heard Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at
10 a.m. over station WTTT.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRF.HV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 2158 Ponce de Leon
Hlvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Had,- County,
Florida.
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For information call 58-9633
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HELP!
REPAIRS. TANK REPLACEMENTS AND
ELECTRIC BOOSTERS
DON S. COLEMAN
THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION
1101 S. W. 12th Avenue
Announces
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 a.m. to 1 p.m.
or by calling Mr. Weintraub 9-4036
RABBI SIMON APRIL
will conduct all services
cantor mm I I Kl I I >ll IC
assisted by a Male Choir will be heard at all services on
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur
A Note From The Postmaster
The Miami Postmaster wishes to call to the attention oi
the Jewish community the current regulations that affect New
Year greeting cards sent out prior to the Jewish holidays.
Ordinarily greeting cards that may be mailed unsealed, en-
tirely in print, require a minimum rate of two cents. Special
attention is called to the regulation wherein a card measuring
less than three inches in width and four inches in length must
have a minimum of three cents postage.
Third class mail cannot be returned to the sender, and
therefore unless cards are mailed in conformity with postal
regulations they cannot be delivered.
To assure the best maximum service and to make certain
that your greeting cards will be delivered prior to the holi-
days, the Postmaster recommends that first-class postage of
three cents be used on ail greeting cards.
It is further recommended thai the sender's name and
address be placed on the envelopes.
Beach Masada Delegates
Elected Regional Officers
Gil Rappaport, president of the
Miami Beach Masada, and four-
teen delegates from his chapter
recently returned from New Or-
leans, where they attended the
three-day Southeastern regional
convention.
Elected to serve as regional of-
ficers were Florence Abramson,
second vice president; Doris
Aarson, recording secretary; Abe
Schaefer, treasurer; Fred Rosen,
public relations; Lee Sunshine,
publicity; Dr. Eugene Edelman,
member-at-large; Gil Rappaport,
chalutziut.
Highlights of the convention
included an address by Israel
Katz, national president of Masa-
da; formal dance; moonlight trip
down the Mississippi; tour of the
French Quarter.
Other Miami Beach Masada
members who attended the con-
clave included Dave Goodwin,
Murray Levine, Bernie Dogaloff,
Eddie Oka, Rose Katzen, Bill
Goldworm, Harvey Cutler and
Miriam Schuster.
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TO
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1094 S. W. 27th Avenue
For Quality
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POTATO and KASHA
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KAPLAN'S KOSHER MARKET
552 WASHINGTON AVENUE
ANNOUNCES
to the Jewish people of Greater Miami and Miami Beach
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WITH THE BEST STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT AND POULTRY
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES
Telephone 58-5331
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i6,^
kHadassah Units To Sponsor C^ciaTe For Young Women Of freaterjiami
I membership session to be con-
ducted by Miss Phyllis Wilpon
and Miss Shirley Friedman, mem-
Ibership chairmen of the Miami
I Beach and Miami units respec-
Sunday afternoon will be taken
up bv a swim party and the con-
ference will close with informal
entertainment at 5 o clock.
Assisting Mrs. Soltz and Miss
Ross with the meet are Miss Lil-
lian Aronson. publicity and ar-
rangements, assisted by the Misses
Annette Melich. Lil Babroff and
Francine Levy; Miss Naomi Segal,
hostesses, assisted by the Misses
Paula Price. Norma Rich. Barbara
Gold. Jodv Diamond. Edythe En-
gel and Ruth Linn.
Conclave reservations may be
made bv contacting any Miami or
Miami Beach Junior Hadassan
member or bv calling Miss Aron-
son at 5-0698 or Miss Ross at
83-3267. The cost for the entire
weekend starting Friday after-
noon is S10 plus SI registration
fee which includes all meals, tips
and two nights at the Sorrento
Hotel._______
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
Making plans for Grat.r Miami young women's conclave to be held today, tomorrow and Sun.
Y: the9ScrrSc HcteL Miami Beach, are (1. to r.) Miss Lillian Aronson. publicity f**\
Rita Ross Miami enclave co-chairman: and Mrs. Gerald P. SolU, Miami
day
merits chairman-
NNd Help In a Hurry?Call
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Whit* and Colored Help
Phone* 9-5317 -6727
61 N. E. 6th Street
AL MEIDENBERQ, Ownar
And Be Sure It's
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DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Vltit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Crt*k
M'-s
Beach conclave co-chairman.
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Final .
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Speakei at the luncheon sched- Palestine Study Course.will to-
>*** riii ssJnssr^^^ &
young men's eoncli be Shepard Broad Zionist eader. io p.m, to 1 ajn. at the hotel and
be -.- this weekend at tht .-. sue ect will be "Jewish .; open to the publx.
Scrrent- H \e) M;arr Beach Tht ;-;. ei and Culture.' F llowing Mrs Murry Grossman, past
and :-:-- Beach Units the luncheon Miss Joan Osheroff president of Greater Miami
:' Junio: Hi lassi ar sponsor- ,." nducl a sessi n n V ling Junior Hadassah and regional
ing the conclave which .> open jU(jaea and its par: in Jewish vice president of Senior Hadas-
-. ev< J< .- ..-.i woman -------u-;v life Immediately sah. will be guest speaker at the
ages .: It and :.: in thereafter' Miss Jean Nevel and brunch on Sunday morning. She
several ther v uns men will discuss the subject "Lmted
Mrs Gerald ? S \u and Miss recently returned from Brandeis We Stand. Divided We Fall." Her
?..-.., Ross are co-chai men th< Camp 'institutes will present a spech will be followed by a
. Registration al the hotel play entitled "A Day in th Life '
fternc n and con- "_ a Brandeu Camper
tinue through Saturdaj afternoon a formal banquet and dance
. : nference will begin this will take place Saturday evening,
evening with services tc be eon- a: that time Miss Doris Green-
ducted by Miss Selma Lewis and berg, national secretary of Junior
Miss Kitty El:as. Speaker for the Hadassah. will speak. Miss Green-
evening will be Mrs. Miriam berg, has recently returned
fr< m a year's stay :n Israel under
a scholarship sponsored by the
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Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere
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S.r.-i.r. presidenl of Greater Mi-
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I rill be "America. Israel
V An informal party will fol-
low the services
7. m(;; n rr. i ning s activities
begin with ; :_r.a-ra.s:r.f
and iiscussi n I Juni t
Hadassah's project* in Israel by
M Solo and Miss Mi
Scheinberg fund-raising chair-
men : their respective units A
play directed by Miss R u en-
titled A Cavalcade :' Junior Ha-
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A _
singing and lancing sessi u be
. -......:e-; : Miss Shalom.
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THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
OF HOLLYWOOD
(Conservative)
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
RABBI JACOB IIOMI.
Our New Leader. Will Officiate
ASSISTED BY CANTOR MILTON FREEDMAN
AND OUR OWN CHOIR. DIRECTED BY PIERRE MANDE
Tickets may be obtained at the office of the Center.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood, daily, except Saturday, from
9:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
EARLY PURCHASE OF TICKETS ARE ESSENTIAL AS
SEATS ARE LIMITED
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Lipsky Elected
To Zionist Post
NEW YORK, N. Y.The Amer-
ican Zionist Council disclosed
Lat Louis Lipsky, veteran lead-
er of over forty years of service
L. American Zionism, had been
Unanimously elected to the post
of chairman of the council on
UcDtcmber 8. At a meeting at-
frndrd bv the heads of all Zion-
'Tpnrtics in the United States
I Mr Lipsky was pressed into
Iservice to take over the direction
of Zionist public relations at this
c itical juncture in Zionist his-
llorv Elected to serve with Mr.
Iiinskv were the following: vice
Ichairman. Mrs. Judith Epstein.
Iformer national president of Ha-
Idawah: secretary, Rabbi Max
iKirshblum. executive vice presi-
dent of the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of America; and treasurer,
Ipinchns Cruso. secretary of the
Political committee of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America
|_Poale Zion.
I Rabbi Jerome Unger, who has
Iserved until now as associate di-
Irecetor of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, has been named
[as executive director of the
The management of the affairs
I of the council has for the past
three months been in the hands of
|a four-man praesidium which
I took charge on an interim basis
I following the resignation of Dr.
lAbba Hillel Silver on June 16 of
lthis year.
I Mr. Lipsky has for many years
Ibeen a foremost figure in Amer-
ican Jewish affairs. In 1914 he
Ibecame chairman of the executive
[committee of the Federation of
[American Zionists and later
[served as president of the Zionist
[Organization of America for a
[ten-year period from 1921 to 1931.
|He has been a member of the
IWorld Zionist Executive, with an
interruption of two years, from
|l922 to 1939.
In 1943 Mr. Lipsky aided in the
Isetting up of the American Jew-
lish Conference and served as
chairman of its executive com-
Imittee from 1943 to 1948.
[ Born in Rochester, New York,
Mr. Lipsky entered Jewish life
Ithrough the field of journalism
land has written extensively on
the affairs of the day. For fifteen
wears he served as managing edi-
Jtor of the American Hebrew. He
established the New Palestine as
the official organ of the Zionist
Organization and edited it until
11928, and from 1932 to 1940. He
lis at present president of the
Tiastem Life Insurance Company.
. The American Zionist Council,
Kvhich is the official spokesman
[tor all Zionist groups in the
X'nited States, is composed of:
Zionist Organization of America;
Hadassah, Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America; Labor
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Rabbi Morris A. Skop. new spiritual leader of ihe Coral Gables Jewish Center, addresses friends
^h0, a"ln, J ecePtl0n 9ven in honor of him and Mrs. Skop by the congregation at the Coral
Gables Elks Club Sunday night. Also pictured on the speakers' platform are (L to r.) Herbert
Gelernter. president of the congregation; Mayor K eith Phillips of Coral Gables; Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David; Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom; and Fred Harinett, city commissioner.
AJC Board To Meet
Mrs. William Loeb, president
of the. Miami Beach Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress
has called a board of directors
meeting of the group for Wednes-
day at 1 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 West 31st
St., Miami Beach.
Plans will be discussed for the
organization's fall and winter
activities.
Zionist Organization of America
Poale Zion; Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of America; United Zionist
Labor Party; Hashomer Hatzair;
and Zionists Revisionists of Amer-
ica.
In India, barren women walk
around trees so that they may
be fertilized by the spirits liv-
ing within.
ABBOTT GARDENS
PRIVATE SCHOOL
NURSERY THROUGH 8th GRADE
REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 19th
Phone 86-4818
7705 Abbott Ave.
Miami Beach
A GOOD NAME
is more to bo
treasured than riches."
Proverbs
GORDON
FUNERAL
l HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes.
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful
families
******
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
SPECIAL NOTICE
C0ULT0N BROTHERS HAVE DONE IT AGAIN!
A Complete Front End Alignment, Camber & Caster
Toe in Correction. All for the small sum of $2.4-9
Not just a twist of wrist, but an actual job done by an
expert. This Special to be presented to the public
starting the 12th of September for 18 days only. Come
in and see the actual work being done on these cars.
Would you be interested in having your car put on a
New Life appearance? Well, try Coulton Bros. Body
& Paint Shop. Not only will you find us reasonable in
prices, but our work is done in a craftsmanship manner.
Whether it is a scratch, a bump or a wreck No job is
too large or too small.
Does the interior of your car need a dressing up? We
have opened a Top and Trim Shop featuring all the
latest in plastics available in all designs and colors for
your automobile. Every job is custom cut & fit. Prices
are very reasonable. Stop in and convince yourself.
REMEMBER THE ADDRESS:
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As pa.-, of the services S-.'. L Sofarmaa, principal of th. u
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=:= :f the pupill -f the academy Ticked ire ;.-. sale from 9 am.
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