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The Jewish Floridian ( September 30, 1949 )

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^viislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 22—NUMBER 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS Yom Kippur Services To Begin Sunday At Sundown At Greater Miami Synagogues Greater Miami Jewry is expected to fill local synagogues Sunday at sundown for the Kol Nidre services which mark the beginning of Yom Kippur. Memorial (Yiskor) services will be held at all houses D f worship Monday morning. In Miami Orthodox services will be held at the following synagogues: Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.; Israelite Center, 3346 S.W 24th St.; Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 S.W. 12th Ave.; NW Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Among the Miami synagogues where Conservative services will be held are: Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. and S.W. 3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads; First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, Coliseum, 1500 Douglas Road, Coral Gables; Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, Coral Gables Woman's Club, 1000 East Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; North Dade Jewish Center, 13630 West Dixie Highway, North Miami; and West Miami Jewish Center, Biltmore Hall, 1000 S.W. 67th Ave., West Miami. Only synagogue on the mainland where Liberal services are scheduled is the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables. Reform services in Town will be held at Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. In Miami Beach Orthodox services will be conducted at Beth Jacob, 301 Washington Ave.; Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.; Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.; Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.; and Young Israel Synagogue, 4001 Chase Ave. Miami Beach Conservative places of worship are: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave.; North Shore Jewish Center, 7126 Abbott Ave. Liberal services in Miami Beach are slated for Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave. Reform services will be conducted by Temple Isaiah at the Robert Richter Hotel, 3301 Collins Ave. In Hollywood Conservative services will be conducted at Hollywood Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St. Ft. Lauderdale's Temple Emanu-El will hold Reform services at its sanctuary, 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Israel Asks UN To Limit Jerusalem Commitments, Wants Recognition Of Israel Government In Holy City FLUSHING MEADOW, (JTA)-Aubrey S. Eban, Israel's permanent delegate to the United Nations, in his first speech to the General Assembly this session, this week revealed that his government will propose that the Assembly limit the United Nations commitmen t in relation to Jerusalem to safeguarding the Holy Places and initiating such $24,000 Pledged To Home For Aged Fund-Raising Drive At Luncheon Seven leaders of the Jewish community pledged approximately $24,000 to the $300,000 building fund of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami at a leadership luncheon held yesterday at the Saxony Hotel. Iniiial contributors were: Jacob Sher. Harry Levine, Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dan Ruskin, Max Orovitz and Marcie Liberman. Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home and chairman of the campaign, announced that the next campaign function will be a cocktail party at his home on Tuesday night, October 11. This function, at which no solication will take place, will be for the campaign "co-hosts," a term that has been coined to designate those campaigners who will serve as table captains at' the dinner scheduled to take place on Sunday, November 6, at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. This dinner, to which Governor and Mrs. Fuller Warren, and the mayors of Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables, and their wives, have boon invited as "uests of honor, will mark the inauguration of "Honor the Aged" Week. Observance of "Honor the Aged" Week, begun by the Jewish Home for the Aged is spreading throughout the state and may take the proportions of a national week" according to Milton S. Malakoff, campaign director and originator of the "Honor the Aged week" idea. In calling upon the community to observe "Honor the Aged" week. Judge Spaet said it was intended to focus the attention of the public on the plight of the aged in this area. The Jewish ttome for the Aged, he said, has a Present enrollment of 38, with some 32 elderlv men and women unable to get in because of lack f room. When the new home is constructed, Judge Spaet declared, !" e present waiting list consistln B of several who have been waiting for admittance for more uian a year, will be virtually eliminated. r.i I j lans for the new home include such modern facilities as sp'aria and sitting rooms, attractively Turnished areas where residents can conduct entertainment Programs, and work at their leisure on such projects as arts and crafts, needlework, ceramics, etc. —"giving them an all-important sense of being useful, productive human beings despite their advanced years," said Leo Allen, executive director of the home. Space will also be set aside in the new building for special facilities such as X-ray, physical therapy and examining rooms and office for physicians and dentists, according to present plans. A section of the new building will be devoted to the care of those aged who are bedridden for long periods of time. American Stand On Jerusalem Revealed FLUSHING MEADOW, (JTA) —The policy of the U. S. government on the status of Jerusalem was outlined last week at the U. N. General Assemblv bv Secretary of State Dean Acheson. "In the view of the U. S. government, the assembly should adopt a practical plan for a permanent international regime in the Jerusalem area and for the protection of, and free access to, the Holy Places." he said, addressing the Assembly. He expressed the hope that "the General Assembly will be able to act successfully upon the report of the Palestine Conciliation Commission in respect to Jerusalem." Expressing satisfaction that "active hostilities" in Palestine have ended with armistice agreements between Israel and the Arab states, Mr. Acheson said he was hopeful that progress will be made in moving beyond the armistice stage to that of a real and permanent peace. "Eventual agreement between the parties," he stated, "is essential for the political and economic stability of the area." Conncil Women To Hold 19th Triennial Conclave TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The National Council of Jewish Women will hold its 19th triennial convention in Baltimore from Oct. 23-28, it was announced last week. THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON %  1W Hr. Falaert • Again It is ny pleasure to send my greetings and best wishes to the press of Aoerica on the occasion oX national Newspaper Week.' I like your slogan wry such. Freedom does Indeed go where tbe newspaper goes. All of ue should be eternally grateful that we live in %  a ooontry where f reedon of the press is Ruaranteed ae a fundamental right. Very aincarely youro, tr. Howard Falaar, Chairaan, National Newspaper tfoek, New York press Association, Syracuse 10, New lork. Pitcured above is President Harry Truman's letter to Howard W. Palmer, chairman of National Newspaper week, which is being observed October 1 to 8. This year's observance marks the tenth anniversary of the week. Slogan for 1949 is "Freedom Goes Where the Newspaper Goes." formal agreements with the State of Israel as may be necessary for the implementation of these safeguards. "My government aspires to full international recognition for the political status of the government of Israel in Jerusalem," he added. Explaining Israel's reasons for its position he declared: "A solution along these lines would have the following advantages over that proposed by the U.N. Conciliation Commission: it would rest on consent and therefore present no problem of implementation or enforcement; it would terminate the period of doubt and potential conflict that has already lasted too long; it would be financially and administratively feasible; and it would terminate the period of doubt and potential conflict that has already lasted too long; it would be financially and administratively feasible; and it would simultaneously give complete satisfaction to the interests of the great world religions and of the people of Jerusalem. In these conditions, an era of peace and development would descend upon the Holy City while the United Nations would stand forth as the ultimate and accepted guarantor of its religious immunity." Mr. Eban also criticized the progress report submitted by the U.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission. He quoted from the commission's early statements to the effect that it would attempt to achieve a result in conformity with its instructions from the Assembly and one which would at the same time be acceptable to both parties. But, he stressed, the commission has since come up with a plan for the internationalization of Jerusalem which has never been discussed with the government of Israel. "Nor was it at any time the subject of negotiation with representatives of the population of Jerusalem," he continued. Also criticizing the commission's proposal for the demilitarization of Jerusalem, he charged that it has failed to take two facts into account. Firstly, he insisted, the removal of both Jewish and Arab forces which surround it on three sides and which once before almost caused the downfall of Jewish Jerusalem. Secondly, he stated, such a proposal would violate the armistice agreement which "exclusively governs the security situation ill the whole Jerusalem area, including the disposition and reduced size of armed forces." Recalling a public anouncement by President Weizmann made earlier this year which offered to insure full security for all religious institutions and to grant supervision of the Holy Places to the U.N, Mr. Eban pointed out that Israel had expected in return that the international community would recognize the responsibility of Israel in the administration of Jewish Jerusalem. Discussing the refugee problem, Israel's representative noted that not a single one of the Arab states themselves had undertaken any responsibility for a solution. He declared that Israel had decided to contribute to the U.N. relief fund for the refugees, to reunite Arab families separated by war, and to undertake a measure of repatriation as part of a regional program of resettlement. He said these offers came from Israel before any Arab state had taken on any commensurate responsibility. He also announced that Israel is preparing to cooperate closely with the,U.N. survey group in its attempt to work out a short and a long range solution for the Arabs. The representative of Israel began his address by paying high tribute to the United Nations for many achievements, one of which, he pointed out, was its endorsement of the armistice agreements between Israel and its Arab neighbors. He also declared: "I pledge my government to continue with zeal and perseverance its efforts" to reach a final settlement in Palestine. Dr. Charles Malik of Lebanon drew a grim picture before the Assembly of the prospect of war again in Palestine. He said that there can be no guarantee that Jerusalem would not "be perhaps altogether destroyed, if the Palestine Conciliation Commission plan for internationalization of Jerusalem is not carried through by the Assembly." Any plan which concerns itself only with the internationalization of specific sites within Jerusalem "is not consistent with the intention of this Assembly in previous resolutions or with the wishes and interests of the three world religions," Dr. Malik told the Assembly. "There can be no safety or security for the Holy Places within Jerusalem," he added, "unless the whole city is removed from the sovereignty of either party now occupying it." The Lebanese delegate expressed the view that the session of the General Assembly might offer the last occasion "to remove Jerusalem permanently from the danger of further damage or destruction, and to satisfy the deepest desires of the Chrfstian world, as expressed repeatedly in recent months by His Holiness, the Pope." British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, who spoke at the Assembly, following Mr. Eban, omitted all reference to the Palestine situation. Rites Held For Mrs. Morgenthau NEW YORK, (JTA)—Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., wife of the general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal who died last week, were held here at Temple Emanu-El. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt delivered the eulogy. Messages of condolence weie received by Mr. Morgenthau from President Truman, members of the Cabinet and other high government officials and prominent figures in the U. S. Similar messages were sent to the U.J.A. general chairman from officials of the Israel government and Jewish leaders in this country. '^^~ J V-^~ J \-^~AvA^A^ rf ^^^A^Wfl_ NEW DEADLINE Effective immediately all news, information and photographs for publication in The Jewish Floridian must be in our office not later than Tuesday noon of each week. a



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%  I PAGE TWO vJmisti Fk>ridliari • U I | i I'll Say On the 2nd day of Rosh Hashona I sat in the Synagogue listening to the Haf Torah. I am aware that among the intelligertsia it is good form to scoff at the miraculous, especially if found in the Torah. I beg leave to quote some excerpts out of this celebrated 31st Chapter of Jeremiah. Perhaps some intellectual of the left wing brotherhood may offer a clarifying explanation. A voice is heard in Ramah, Lamentations and bitter weeping. Rachel weeping for her children; She refuseth to be comforted for her children Because they are not. (The Nazis exterminated six million for no apparent reason.) Thus saith the Lord: Refrain thy voice from weeping. And thine eyes from tears For they shall come back from the land of the enemy. And thy children shall return to their own border. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. J Jewish History: Mystery And Miracle By HARRY SIMONHOFF The people that were left of the sword Have found grace in the wilderness Even Israel, when I go to cause him to rest. Again will I build thee, and thou shall be rebuilt. O virgin of Israel: Again shalt thou be adorned with thy tabrets And shalt go forth in the dances of them that make merry. And shalt thou plant vineyards upon the mountains of Samaria The planters shall plant and shall eat the fruit thereof. For thus saith the Lord Sing with gladness to Jacob And shout at the head of the nations; Announce ye, praise ye. and say: "O Lord save Thy people The remant of Israel." ... „,„„ Behold I will bring them from the north country. And gather them from the uttermost parts of ne earth .... Thev shall come and sing in the height of Zion And shall flow unto the goodness of the Lord To the corn, to the wine, to the oil. And to the voung flock and the herd: Their soul shall be as a watered garden Thev shall not pine any more at all. Then shall the virgin rejoice in the dance And the voung men and the old together; For I will turn their mourning into joy And will comfort them, and make them rejoice from their sorrow. Mav I remind these clever chaps that these lines were'not written by a learned Rabbi living today in Israel. They were inscribed on parchment some 2600 years ago. A Strange Course Yes. there is something uncanny about the Jewish storv. Everything seems to happen in reverse. Every normal people live on their soil for centuries; gradually thev develop into a nation and form a state. Jews start with the indicia of a full fledged nation and then seek their land. And each time they seem to follow the same pattern. The Exodus from Egypt Under Moses and Joshua, they forsook the most developed, civilized state the world had yet known. Was it because the children of Israel went through a horrible experience in slavery? But they suffered no more than the natives themselves. Like Soviet Russia, Ancient Egypt was a slave state. At the behest of Pharaoh, who was regarded with the veneration the Soviets show for Stalin, the proletariat built th pyramids, the Temples, the obilesks, the cities of th Nile valley. Why our Semitic ancestors reacted t* tyranny differently from the Hamatic stock h us n t yet been explained. Perhaps they couldn't reskt .i? urge to create a religion and a state. e The Second Commonwealth A thousand years later, the center of power shift to the Mesopotamian valley. Here the Jews fnUIS themselves in the enlightened pleasure loving' mot, politan centers of Babylonia, Persia. Media ChalHoJ There is little or no record of persecution Ant?' Semitism in its modern sense is unknown Yet contingent of "Zionists" under the leadei-hin nf Prince Zerubabel set out for the deserted hlpsir Judean hills. In desolate Jerusalem, they set'un tn Second Jewish Commonwealth. But the Ezras and the Nehemiahs held high office in the Royal court What forces impelled these favorites of the Persian King to cast their lot with the humble immigrants on Mount Zion has not yet been ascertained We know that the majority of the well-to-do remaiiwH in Babylon. cu Medinas Israel The Third Jewish Reich was founded before our very eyes. We are too dazed to realize how it all happened. In 1945 the Nazis were still sufficatine Jews in the gas chambers of Belsen, of Dachau of Aushwitz, of Buchenwald. Three years later the British Empire and the Arab-Moslem world were all set to crush the half million Jews in Palestine The Church of Rome was unsympathetic, the American Oil empires were antagonistic, the anti-Semites of all nations were hostile, liberal public opinion generally was apathetic. Yet on May 14th, 1948, Ben Gurion proclaimed the Republic of Israel. If the story of any other people contains greater mystery or more miracles, I would like to hear it. FDR Chapter Will Hold Paper Drive FDR Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Memn. will conduct a "paper drive." proceeds of which will be sent to the Polio Foundation, according to Chairman Joel Vogel. Members oi the group will pick up paper at any designated address in the Miami area. Persons wishing to contribute paper to the drive may call Vogel at 2-9473 for truck pick up. According to a statement issued by President Joseph Tanenbaum. the drive will continue for a full month with all members of the service organization participating. Schwartzman To Speak Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education, will be the speaker at the luncheon meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner nesiaurant. Subject of Schwartzman's address will be "Fundamental As( sumptions in Jewish Education.'. Schwartzman. who has been j prominent in the educational i field in many Eastern cities, re[ cently assumed his duties at the bureau. Red hair occurs among every race of mankind, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. BREAKSTONE'S producers of FINE DAIRY FOODS Wish You and All Israel A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ..ihie* Lodge To Hold AIM. Might' "ADL Night." featuring an action demonstration of the program of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will highlight the meeting of Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. to be held Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the new Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave.. Coral Gables. Gilbert J. Balkin. director. Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League, will report on the league's program for combatting intolerance and advancing democratic group relations. An exhibit of the audio-visual materials, books and literature, and other program aids utilized by the league in building good human relations will be displayed at the meeting. Ted Wayne. ADL chairman. Coral Gables lodge, is in charge of arrangements for the meeting. Louis Saperstein Dies Louis Saperstein, 63, local builder and father of Miami I Beach Assistant City Attorney (Albert Saperstein. passed away I this week. He lived at 738 15th [ St.. Miami Beach. Besides Albert, his survivors include his widow; sons. Milton and Julius; brothers. Max and Isaac: sisters. Mrs. Dora Sedon and Mrs. Gertrude Jaslov, and four grandchildren. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiBBG To Hold Tea Sunday B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter No. 14 will hold its semi-annual membership tea on Sunday at the home of Miss Carole Jaffee on Biscayne Point, Miami Beach. A Dr. I. Q. program entitled "Be Bright Girls" will be presented. ated at services which were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel in Miami Beach at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Medical Program To Be Heard Sunday Night The Dade County Medical Association announces the seventh in a regular weekly series of health education programs over station WTTT. Sunday night from 8 to 8:30 p.m. The subject for discussion in this week's forum will be: "Mental Illness (1. Physical Disease)." Participants will be Dr. Paul Kells. psychiatrist: Dr. Franz Stewart, internist: Dr. John Turk. general practitioner: and Dr. Margaret E. Robins, consulting psychologist for University of Miami. if* -ja^>(fc**rw s ;*£&-<,* $, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. HERBERT SHER KENNY and ARTHUR 2111 S.W. 21st Street c*S53? .i V V •* %  !' •** fl^ASTEURIZ'i "WW THI mm DOES w „, otM %  -*••. ue roUR at SOU *6AM V-s Miami Office 1713IV. W. 7th Avfc, Phone 82-4731 Q7me QTuwiaij&e mtriee Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment —beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. 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""g^S EPTEMBER 30. 1949 vJewisti fh>r£dHan PAGE THREE Rabbis To Spearhead Membership Drive To Be Conducted By Zionists Miami rabbis have been drafted Support the state of IsraeI to spark plug and spearhead the Joining the Zionist Organization coming fall membership drive for of America!'" the Miami Zionist District, according to Sidney L. Segall, presithe district. During the the sounddent of Yom Kippur services, ing of the Shofar will be the clarion call for Zionist membership, he said. Segall has urged the rabbis of Miami to make a strong appeal tn their respective congregations ocated in the district, urging the jews of Miami to join the organ'" Never before in the history of modern Dolitical Zionism has There been a greater need for increasing membership in the Zionist Organization of America, Segall said. "A ereater interest in The Zionist problems can be best stimulated by bringing in new members to the ZOA. In numbers "here is strength. Our slogan is Beth Sholom Men Will Hold Forum A forum on socialized medicine will be conducted by the Men s Club of Temple Beth Sholom on Thursday night at the Temple, Dr Alexander Robbins, chairman of the program committee, has announced. Subject for discussion will be President Truman's program of socialized medicine. Jack A. Abbott, president of the Civic League of Miami Beach, will act as moderator. .... m Participating in the forum will be Dr. Jack Q. Cleveland, vice president of the Dade County Medical Society; Dr Edward R. Ann is. member of the Speakers Bureau of the Dade County Medical Society; Merritt Gilman, chairman of the American Association of Social Workers; Chester M. Wright, first president of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. A business meeting will precede the forum. Top Pric Pid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phono 2-3213 DR. MURRAY MILLER Optometrist Announces the Opening of His Office at 218 W. Flagler Slreet Phone 82-7913 EYE EXAMINATIONS OPTICAL REPAIRS I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Producto" Dtcro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUlt Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. •nappar Craak Sidney L. Segal Registration Open At Hebrew High The Hebrew High School, conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education, is now open for registration. The school provides a higher Jewish education for children who are graduates of a recognized Talmud Torah or those with an equivalent education. Conducted in Hebrew, the curriculum includes Bible and Rashi, Prophets, Mishna, Hebrew literature and grammar. In the past three years, the Hebrew High School has grown to 25 students. This year the Hebrew High School has been centralized so that the students may receive the maximum of educational benefits derived therefrom. All classes will meet at the Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St. The student body consists of graduates of thre local congregational schools, the Beth David, Beth El and Miami Beach Jewish Center. This year two former students have left for Yeshiva University to continue their studies. Hy Pomerantz of the Bureau of Jewish Education staff, is in charge of the school. Further information may be obtained by calling the bureau office at 3-5858 or 9-0489. United Jewish School Moves To New Enlarged Quarters At U-M Campus Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, chairman of the Board of Education of the United Jewish School, announced this week that Sunday School classes originally conducted at the North Campus of the University of Miami will move to enlarged quarters at the new building on the main campus beginning Sunday. Classes will be held in the south wing of the modern main building, 1200 Campo Santo Ave., Coral Gables. Registration of children ranging from ages 4 to 15, for both Hebrew and Sunday School, will be taken on Sunday in room S-101. All parents are urged to register their children at the United Jewish School so that they may derive the full benefit of the educational program offered. The curriculum includes Jewish history, customs and ceremonies, the Bible, Jewish songs and dances. A full adult program (including classes in Jewish studies) and a daddies club are being planned for those parents who bring their children to school on Sunday mornings. The United Jewish School is co-sponsored by the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, Flagler Granada Jewish Center, Israelite Center and West Miami Jewish Center. Anyone wishing further information is asked to call Dr. Blumenthal at 4-7828 or the Bureau of Jewish Education, 3-5858. Great groups of Monarch butterflies migrate from Canada and the United States to the Gulf states in early autumn, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Mendelsohn's S K !" C !" 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PAGE FOUR +Jenistfkr*f*ar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, lfcg EDITORIAL More Members The Miami Jewish Community Center, formerly the Miami Y, this week inaugurates a concentrated effort for new members. The organization was one of Miami's earliest and the stamping-ground in yesteryears of today's business cr.z civic leaders. Starting with an insignificant membership of 13 in 1933 the Center's roster has grown with a consistent and solid pace and today has a membership considerably over a thousand. This is substantial in view of the fcrrr.er Miami Y's confining itself to Miami proper. The Center's popularity is cttestea to by the tremendous participation in its all-around program which has already overtaxed the new faculties. The Miami Jewish Community Center's wartime responsibility was without precedent Through a group oi volunteers it carried on cr. outstanding defense program for cil men ".a women in the crmed forces. The Miami Jewish Community Center today conducts programs to meet the needs of ell cge groups, from Nursery. 2 2 years to 6 years of zze to the Golden Age Club, for fifty years and over. By so doing it has earned commendation end respect in presenting a program that is flexible and comprehensive to serve both young z-z eld. Under experienced direction the Center c community-minded organization, sensitive tc changes that take place constantly in communal interest, harmonizes differences, and helps in constructive communal action. Without giving up the fundamental principle of membership cr. on individual basis, the Center has increasingly become the meeting piece for communal group* of vcrrlous kinds. During the wartime it serviced on the far-front ct home. Today it is serving the entire community in a splendid program cf diversified activities to suit all needs and ell aaes. MUNICH,GERMANS OPEN A MASS GRAVE TO USE THE SOIL FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES^ Ccr. t Even Our Bones Be Left In Peace? benefit by joining. We urge the support of the entire Miami Jewry in assuring the Miami Jewish Community Center 500 new members. -. is parnCUJ r.y interesting to note that the ,'ewish motif is p:ethe Nursery school the tots ere taught about the rich heritage c: cur Jewish people. The teen-agers the young adults and the G;lden Age Groups bare bad vzrricus programs in dramatics, cats end crcrts and music cf a predominantly Jewish nature. A person coming to the Mi cm: Jewish Ccmmun.ty Center knows he is coming to a Jewish piece because of the type c: program that takes place mere. Added membership, particularly at this time can serve as an imp-: rt ant asset to the Miami Jewish Co m munity Center. As it grows in size and service the organization must hove more leadership, more community partclpction. The goal is 500 new members ell of whom can The Right To Speak M'p Ever since the rise of Israel there has been confusion in the minds of some American Jews regarding their relationship with the new state. Even some of Israel's best friends have felt that the establishment of Jewish statehood marked the end of a path. Some have felt that since the new baby has demonstrated such a remarkable walking ability at an early oge. it was no longer their affair to guide, or counsel or guard the newcomer. Some,' harboring under erroneous conceptions, believed that while they were morally justified in extending all philanthropic aid to Israel they would be wanting of true devotion to country if they es much as whispered that they were concerned with matters other than material aid to the new state. The motivation behind that attitude is under0iire M'p Jerusalem? Sever* There is nothing new in the proposals o' the United Nations Conciliation Commission for ft internationalization of Jerusalem. The scheme wo* fathered by anti-Jewish forces as soon as it became universally recognized that a Jewish State in Palestine was inevitable. The Jews of Jerusalem and of Israel have resisted and will continue to resist all attempts to deprive them of the most holy city in Jewish history. If internationalization means what it authors profess it to mean, no Arab Legion would have been permitted to enter the confines of the holy city and Jerusalem should not have been forsaken by the international community. The Jewish population of Jerusalem was compelled to defend the city of David with its own blood. It has had its bitter taste of "internationalism" and it is fed up with it The Conciliation Commission was subsequently formed to "conciliate" and to prepare a new feasible plan for the status of Jerusalem. It has submitted no such thing, for it failed to bring the Jews and the Arabs together and it has not prepared any workable or justifiable new plan. There is no justice in a proposal that purports to tear out the very heart of the new State of Israel and deprive the Jews the world over of their eternal spiritual capital. There is no feasibility in a plan which attempts to force the Jewish people of the new city, representing 95 per cent of the total population, to submit willingly to alien control. There is no force except the brutal force of the sword, that can make Jews at new Jerusalem to surrender their city. This is not the first time that our enemies have tried to deprive us of our national dignity, to deny us our historic land, our holy shrines and the very existence as a people. Jewry throughout its history has fought these enemies and we have now reached the last pangs of redemption, "Chevley Mashiah." Let Jerusalem not lose heart. The victory is near. The sons of our people everywhere will not forsake it and will not lay down the "arms" till the city of David will again become the capital of Israel, the purified seat of the "Shechinah" of our universal people.—Daniel Frisch, President Z.O.A. standable. However, if carried far enough it conly lead to abandoning Israel when it needs friends most. As Americans we are w:th country whenever there is a conflict of interest between Israel and the United States. But as Americans we have the moral and legal right to express our views what American policy should be toward any nation or state. Message From Rabbinical Association lr q Minister Attacks Jews We wish repeat at this time if the year the following unuumoui resolutions f :_r Rabbinical A-...••. sr.d urge the people and orgamzatiir.s :: :_r :immunity t: be gu.ded by them: 1 Jewish boys shiuld have it least f.v: vears if firmal re'igions training before attaining Bar Mitxvah i£r Tw -.-ears of religious school itter.iinre ir the:: equivalent in a >le private Hebrew tutoring will be required befire a Bar Mitzvah selebrat r. will be permitted in a Sabbath in any { the synagogues centers :r temples cf Greater Miami and its environs We. of course, recommend that both t ys and ;.:ls receive a Jewish education for the same length :f time as. aha rir.; irr.itar.t with their public sihul educatur.. 2. We urge all Jewish rrgar.izatur.* to respect the sanctity if cur Sabbat-s and H .;• Days, and ti refrain from any manner cf public meeting cr function other than attendance at religi us services on these days Jews Objeet To ,>nv St. Loots Criminal Identification Svsteni -.g'.y urged sr.ou.d c-e circuit-:. ..-. ::r.s-ir.ar.ie w.th the traditional Kasha-nth. 4. We urge that Jewish ;; us red Institutions su:h as the Jewisr. Kime fir t.-.e Aged and the Mt. Sir.ai Hiscital shiuld be equipped to supply kosher food to those whim they serve. 5. The Jewish community, sir.ee the creation :f our pe-inle. has always been a 'kingdom of priests and a holy nation." The synagogue has always been the renter if Jewish life We therefire urge that every Jewish family be affiliated with a Jewish congregation in the community. Those who take advantage :f the many services which synagogues offer throughout the year without sharing in the responsibility for the maintenance of these institutions are taking unfair advantage of the democratic nature of cur congregations, and weaken the solidarity and significance of-the Jewish : immunity. We recommend tc every Jewish family unit in the community that it select the type of congregation whose ideology is nearest tc, its heart and which best serves its needs Let each family affiliate itself with that congregation on a year round basis. More than we give to our faith, our faith will return to us and ours. We wish the entire community a happy year filled with spiritual advance and achievement Dr. J H Kaplan. President. __ Rabbi M Mesche'.off, Secretary. FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA) —In a strong attack on the Jews. the Iraqi Foreien Minister. Dr. M. F. Jamali. told the U. N. Genera'. Ass e mb ly that "there can be no lasting peace in the Middle j Fast until a lust territorial settle1 rr.ent is made in Palestine." Dr Jamali whose speech formed a part of the Asembly's general de' cate. made it clear that by a just settlement he meant the' return :f all Arab refugees to their firmer homes in Israel Declaring that there is no room for bargaining or haggling." he called on the U. N. to "er.f rce its authority r. the Jews'" to make them "recognize Arabs' tc Palestine" He stressed his : mviction that "material t: the suffering refugees, no mat-, ter how vital and urgent, can' never be a substitute for a just' -•"" %  -*Peedy territorial settlement which must be brought about : first." Quoting American press re-1 I ports. Dr Jama'., a: ruse-d the Jews f %  "••-' %  Nit 'a reign if ternr" and "annihilation of masses : Arabs including m tea j and children" He implied that % % %  -• mic s ur\ ey rr.issi n r :-.-sently at work in the Middle East I be meant to evade the primary problem of "dispose.and recalled that his government had not participated in the Lausanne conferences because it did r. 11 believe negotiations were possible on the issue of "Arab rights." Israel las< night became the thirthy-tbird member state of the U. N. to sign the Convention on Privileges and Immunities. Dr. i Ivan Kerno. Assistant SecretaryGeneral, accepted Israel's instru, ment of accession to the convention from Aubrey S. Eban. permanent Israel representative to the U. N. WASHINGTON. (JTA 1 —Jews 1 are not considered to be "white Americans" in a newly-adopted criminal identification svstem developed by the St. Louis police with the cooperation and approval of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The St. Louis rogues' gallery has been replaced by a modern key punch system in which a perforation is made on line 2 of the card if the arrested persona happens to be "Jewish." A "white American" has his card punched on line 5 of the same column. A 1 sesman fcr the FBI described! the new system as the "most pro1 gressive" in the country, and law ; enforcement officials have pre-; dieted that it will ultimately be installed by police departments | on a national basis While the religion of Jews is listed, there is no record made of the religious background of a Catholic or Protestant prisoner. T.-.is listing is viewed by Jewish sources with alarm and resentment, and is considered an official affront. A delegation of Jewish and Italian-American leaders will call on the mayor and police chief of st Louis to protest the new svstem of criminal identification installed there, it was learned this week. The new system, which lists Jews and Italians separately from "white Americans." has been condemned as flagrantly discriminatoryLt. Andrew Aylward. head of ,the St. Louis police department's bureau of records, who developed I the new identification system, said this weekend that criminals are listed as Jewish only as an aid to identification. Asserting that detectives sometimes report that victims identifv criminals as "apparently Jewish," Lt. Aylward .._red that "by using this classification we increase the possiility of quicK identification." He also' maintained that a similar system is in use in the New \ork state police department and in several big city police departments in the state. The St. Louis police officials allegations were denied by New York state police Lt ; Everett Updike of the Criminal Identification Bureau in Albany said that JNew York state uses a system in which no Dotation 01 religion is carried. Lt. Avlward also stated that the inclusion of the "Jewish classification had brought no protest n St Louis. "I am concerned to hear that it has caused any concern among the Jewish P>P *• he said, adding: "If it is cauauig such concern, perhaps we ougni to eliminate that f "" fieatlon vJenistFkrkJiar „ P.o .see ever, Fr,CMy .",£* i jy Tm Jewish Flond.an at W i Sixth Street. MU-I ft, F \'' e ',J\ •913. it the Poit Off.ce ; """J Fta, under the Act of MfC* *J3 Th Jewish Floridian his *J5g| •*• Jewish Unity and the J weekly. Membr of the J%  rt anphie Aooney. Sen Art' Fw" Syndicate. Wortdwide News "JL^i. Nitionii EditoHal Aaaociation. nr can Aaaoc.it.on of c "'' „ c |J|kv. Newspioera. Florida Press Associst— SUBSCRIPTION "AT 6 *:^ 0r. vaar *^ Two Yin FRED K. SHOCHCT Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1M1-M2H OFFICE cmd PLM*T 120 N. E. Sixth Stt*et_ Volume 22 JFSFuS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, li 9 TISHRI 7, 5710



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FRIDAY, SKPTKMBhK 30, 1949 N Miami Jewish Community Center To Launch Membership Drive October 5 Plans have been completed for a city-wide membership drive to be conducted by the Miami Jewish Community Center (formerly Miami YM-WHA) from October 5 to 19. Irving Saal, chairman of the drive, has announced. During that period more than 150 persons will be engaged in contacting Jewish residents to become members of the organization. "I urge those Jewish people in Miami who are not members of the center to join immediately because it is the focal point of Jewish social life in our community," Saal said. "Here the voung people of town, the older folks as well, meet to share a few hours of pleasant company and at the same time to participate in a diversity of activities to suit their age needs and tastes." Leon Kaplan, president of the center, stated that the center program includes: pre-school nursery for children IVz to 5 years of age, Mondav to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.: for children 6 to 12 years of age, Monday to Friday, girls club, boxing, boys football league, Tuesday and Thursday ballet lessons, roller skating and library, Friday afternoon fun-fest to begin October 7; for teen-agers, 12 to 18 vears of age, Tuesday evening dance, club groups, dancing lessons, vocational guidance, holiday festivals, varsity basketball, football and volleyball teams, youth council; for adults, Mondays monthly forums and bridge tournaments, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, women's calisthenics, for oldsters, 50 years of age and over, Golden Age Club which meets every Sunday, beginning October 23, birthday parties, entertainment, guest speakers, dancing, weekly forums, arts and crafts, dramatics and choral group. A preliminary discussion of the membership campaign took place at a luncheon given by Maurice Grossman for the members of the Women's Activities Committee last Thursday at Colonial Shell Room on Biscayne Blvd. Plans were discussed in detail, especially the role the women will play. Present were Kaplan, Saal. and the Mesdames Louis Auerbach, Al Goldman. Ruth Nurenberg, Sam Seitlin, Ada Glasser, Leo Sheiner, Abe Cutler. Max R. Silver, Paul Sobel, Maurice Waldorf. Monroe Gelb. Nathan Dubler, and Rueben Rochkind, Belle Greenberg, and Alice Wilson. The Miami Jewish Community Center is a participating member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the National Jewish Welfare Board. • 'Jmisti noridiaun PAGE FIVE Irving Saal Youth Program Will Highlight BB Meeting A program of original dramatics, humorous skits and musical entertainment will be presented by members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. The program will feature sons and daughters of many of the prominent B'nai B'rith personalities in the Miami Beach community, according to Miss Selma Lewis, youth director for Greater Miami. The annual youth month program has been presented at seven different lodge meetings in the past month in an effort to stimulate interest in citizenship training on the part of B'nai B'rith groups. Irving Schatzman, chairman of the lodge membership committee, will report on plans for the South Florida membership drive to open officially on October 13. Members of the Miami Beach Women's Chapter have been invited to attend the evening of entertainment. David R. Isen, president, will preside. Dr. Gottschall Resigns As Director Of National Conference Christians, Jews Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and head of the Miami Round Table of the organization, resigned from his position at a meeting of the Round Table on Wednesday. Dr. Gottschall will leave here October 17 to take over the directorship of the Philadelphia region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr. Gottschall came to Miami four years ago from Washington, D. C, where he served as national director for the conference program with the armed forces for four years. The project which Dr. Gottschall takes the greatest pride in was the initiation of the steps which led to the founding of the first department of human relations in the United States at the University of Miami. Dr. A. W. Gottschall San Francisco Harbor, deserted by crews that had gone hunting gold, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. American Jewish Congress Launches Leadership Institute Here Otober 11 William D. Singer, president of Miami. Subject: "Using Law and Temple Ladies Will Hold Tea First event on the fall calendar for the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah Is a membership tea tc be given Thursday in the penthouse apartment of Mrs. Aaron Coursnon. A card party and earning fund afternoon is scheduled also for October at the home of Mrs. Ann Berry, the date to be announced. The group is also making plans for a membership tea to be held on November 2 at the Delano Hotel. In charge of this affair are Mrs. Courshon, who is membersnip chairman, and Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness. Assisting them will oe the Mesdames Jack Brodsky, c in 1 ? Ke yes, Samuel Hohauser, W Schreiber, Abe Schonfeld, Jay Jacoby, Benjamin Tupler, Julius lack lmutter and Irving Pol.'" Preparation for a bazaar to ar v. id-" 1 the winter th e ladies >e holding sewing sessions every luesday evening at 8 o'clock at 'he temple. .j Chanuka party is on the calendar for Dec. 21 and on Jan. 21 annft Wl11 be a costume party ,:"? b u arn dance sponsored by the s 'sterhood. A Purta, party is on the FebruU i„ ag nda The Donor luncheon in March and Passover Seder Jn April. n^**y an Ness is president of !" eorganizatin. Other officers are ver^^yMrs Benjamin SilDrid rs ; Berrv Mrs Keyes, vice Pre idents; Mrs. Schonfeld, recanting secretarv: Mrs Mrri<= MDC6 secretary; Mrs. Morris C *? ci al secretary; Mrs. HoSnl c i5 m ancial secretary; Mrs. CoLk reiber treasurer; Mrs. ,u'snon, membership chairman; thairman. P an aUar £lom "' the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be the guest speaker at the opening session of the leadership institute to be sponsored by the American Jewish Congress chapters in Greater Miami beginning Tuesday evening, October 11 at the Jewish Community Center of Miami. Designed as a program of four lectures and discusions on leadership and responsibility in Jewish communal work, the Congress Leadership Institute will offer an authoratative background and appraisal of the most urgent questions being asked in American Jewish life today. Sessions will be held alternately on Tuesday evenings at the Jewish Community Center of Miami and the Miami Beach Y. Registration is $1, good for admission to the four sessions. The institutes will be as follows: Opening session, October 11, 1949, at the Jewish Community Center of Miami. "The American Jewish Community Leader." Guest speaker, William D. Singer, president, Greatetr Miami Jewish Federation. Mr. Singer will review the major problems and opportunities facing the American Jewish community today, and the role of the American Jewish Congress—past and present. This session will also include an analysis of political, economic and cultural trends, and the impact of national Jewish organizational movements and their effect upon the local communities. Second session, October 18, at the YM and YWHA of Miami Beach. Subject: "Our Aims For Cultural Democracy." Guest speaker, Donald Sprague, associate professor of Human Relations. University of Miami. Third session, October 25, at the Jewish Comm uni ty Center of Sisterhood Formed At N. Shore Center The Sisterhood of the newly organized North Shore Jewish Community Center, 7126 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, was organized at a meeting this week. Mrs. Samuel Donin was elected temporary president of the group. Others elected to temporary office were Mrs. Melvin Pazol, vice president; Mrs. Melvin Altman, secretary; Mrs. Gussie Glick, treasurer: Mrs. Dorothy Berger, corresponding secretary. Slated to serve on committees are Mrs. Sam Jaffee and Mrs. Pritt. hospitality: the Mesdames Charlotte Pritzert, Leo Steinman, Lester Lasky. Hilda Brissman, Mrs. Jaffee, Emily Ragone. Esther Sussman, Sally Goldman, Kessler, membership. First project of the new organization will be the establishment of a Sunday school. General Will Speak Major General William J. Donovan will speak on "Has Washington Let the DPs Down?" Monday at 7:45 p.m. on Dr. Kurt Singer's program over station WMT& Social Action For Progress." Guest speaker: Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent attorney and civic leader. Fourth session, November 1, at the Miami Beach Y. Subject: "World Peace Plans and Possibilities." Guest speaker: Dr. Kurt Singer, noted author, radio commentator and lecturer. AGES 2-8 CHILDREN'S DAY CAMP $10 WEEK, ITP! I Drexel School and Nursery, 1676 Collins Ave near 17th St., M. B. CHILDREN'S STORE IN 100% LOCATION Completely equipped with about $5,000 up to date merchandise. Stock, fixtures and cash security on lease worth over $12,000. Will sacrifice for the total sum of $8,900. FEUER & EISENSTEIN. Realtors W. I, FEUER LEO EISENSTEIN 235 Lincoln Road "PERSONALIZED SERVICE" Brokers Cooperate Telephone 68-8666 The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation extends hereby best wishes for a Happy New Year rj21Q nO'fl" "IC3 to the whole of the Jewish Community, and warns the Jewish population: 1. Not to be misled by words such as Kosher. Strictly-Kosher. Frishe Fleish, or an insignia such as the MOGEN DOVID, six-pointed star; 2. That only retail meat and poultry markets which have the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are endorsed by the Vaad; 3. That any chicken market where the Shochet does not have the plumba of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth fl 1 D J to affix on the chickens is not endorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot guarantee the Kashruth; 4. That the following are THE ONLY LIVE POULTRY MARKETS where the Schochtim are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad: MIAMI Ideal Live Poultry Market (Wholesale Only), 155 N. W. 5th St. Sam's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail) 2011 S.W. 8th St. —rear (These are the only Miami Live Poultry Markets endorsed by your Vaad) MIAMI BEACH Berman's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 87 Washington Ave. S & H Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 320 Collins Ave. Gutman & Lapof Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 325 Collins Ave. Malter's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 436 Collins Ave. 5. The following are the only meat and poultry markets endorsed by the Vaad: MIAMI BEACH Malter's Meat and Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. Kaplan's Meat and Poultry Market, 552 Washington Ave. Herman's Meat and Poultry Market, 732 6th St. Lobel's Meat and Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave. Hoffman's Meat and Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Royal Packing Co. (Wholesale Only) 739 15th St. MIAMI NORTHWEST SECTION Dade Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 159 N. W. 5th St. Florida National Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 230 N. W. 5th St. Florida National Kosher Provision Co. (Wholesale and Retail) 230 N. W. 5th St. Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. (Wholesale Only), 50 N. W 14th St MIAMI SOUTHWEST SECTION Sam's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 322 S. W. 12th Ave. Quality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St. S & M Kosher Meat and Poultry Market. 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. Southwest Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1007 S. W 27th Ave MIAMI CORAL WAY SECTION Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way Parkway Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1255 Coral Way 6. That the Schochtim in all other live poultry markets who claim to hav*> Kosher-killed poultry are neither supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad7. That retail meat and poultry markets that do not have the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are NOT endorsed by your Vaad Any further information concerning Kashruth mav be obtained bv calling mn< Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3595. HARRY SfRKIN, Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy. S. LOBEL. Treom. MM %  M



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PAGE SIX +Jtm*s*fkr**W FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1949 Hebrew Academy Membership To Meet At School Auditorium Oct 11 V -. •-.->,' .; '. --.v V.;.-;• %  •> .. v. .. '\ f •"• i -"'. %  >.--' %  I M M KV ..-..• .',• Ml \>,'.' • > •:•.. %  %  DM lean %  .%  ..\ v. '.V '.. ...... y .• .' %  %  -. tv...... .."..' .' >.^ s.1 ,v'. •> %  \ .' .' • %  .-.-•,-. ... V .' C • %  ... -. •.. '. • • • v. • M %  • ', v. • .%  > %  Beth David Sisterhood Slates Membership Tea %  ... ; 5 S ^ %  > • ~ ._\,. .% %  Wednesday .... .'. • .... • • • .. \.. the three great reLg:ous faith of our country-_he A arne<1 !" he Mg quesuon today i, ^JS the human *rn "will ^S free or whe:r.er :-. li to be m slaved by totalftarianian %  The National ConferM*. Christians and Jtws^2?2l of '-%  .-,-:•: -i % % %  1 .::-.i:rrnansh:p i iii in 1W* to promote Ind^" c \. af Brotherhood Weejfc tob_n>: |itsn<1n< aad faodymZ^*^ Sullivan Chairman Of Brotherhood Week All %  • kM ol good will must cooperate to* th defense of our Christian riviliaatioo, Secretary of the Navy John L Sullivan declared in ac%  v. \ Berg: -,. obse rv ed next Fepruary'groups in • --;under the sponsorship of the Nation* Jr.ferer.ee of C.-.ris : r> and JewsADDRESS JWV ENCAMPMENT f Brotherhood Weak ooatrWu 1 -jheld each yea: thr:^;,-^ nation during the %  „T P •.-:.-; out that the forthcommgtons birthdav %  : -; Brotherhood Week observance i Washsponsored AJC Hoka Rra MM -re i. • • .' % %  •' %  • %  %  •. • >K — • %  \ • • : %  T^-.TVC_:>.?-.i.-* v a;j-M3 ia# r-rry resort; a=f-.-j :~t.M.dV i. rr*r*=i .--.it 7 sited Sut v-r-.-i i Waaa Burnt! CV—.%  >*.. r. JCJJI >*>rr^u_-r r_ v — c-o-^--J-i' i' sad rrtTvrj B ssaaaaB i^*rr.-r ;: :>* .-.tw M P^kkK ."..> t sse T f. 5:ir r-e^trtrr t r l >J**.--> J-ri -.. i;c~^s; :r< ." %  > E^.-i-TT.TT^rr' t >'iti^r^. -:.= Bgr Protesvanvs. i ..and Jesrs—members of Roman sshletai _i*i Chicken Soup with MATZOH BALLS! As good as home-made! A delightful Holiday treat %  aat htlpt make AKY mel enjoyably JeciTt! 4 other te mptin g rarieties with IREPLACH • NOODLES • RICE • CLEAR HOROWITZMARGARETEN condensed KOSHER CAKXTO CHICKEN SOUPS like all the ether HOROWITZ MARGARETEN IOSHEH CANNED OZCXEN PRODOCTS are deliooos **t ti=e w;:k. rim w r.-su.•* ~.-.-v F.-.r i rvrr.-v.-i:^C--TTAT'' P.\I3I 14 NX :<= SMVml 3*. Fia. Pbeoe>6tw --r* • • -. -. %  :r XAME A GORDON FUNERAL HOME >"v .v ; r • '.i %  EXfi % ^. M • aCi-3>e^ -• 1 ^~: M Beat e GORDON GREATER MIAMI Kosher Butchers Association Comprising the Butchers of the City o£ MIAMI and CORAL GABLES Extend to all their customers, patrons and friends sincere best wishes for a HAPPY !fflW YEAR i s i**^* MarkfM %  llLal ar*ei ; i I a:: s. Pit taaral atU&l Ito Sre* Way .*. S. "BT f %  ixa a > Marked S. 9 Rn ite-** B 1 %  i i **d 1 K sai x a*, hit :ar s. a r& A^BBBM 5.EDV3CXO. k £25X13. r i. X a aft SAM Ka^tH I.I 5. a Sftaa A^eaaa* • T a 5XJ '."Jl % 



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1949 'Jewisttkrikkam PAGE SEVEN Tobie Jacobskind Gets Youth Post Tobie Jacobskind, a native Miamian, has recently been named the teen-age and youth director of the Miami Jewish Community Center, formerly the YM-YWHA. She will head all youth activities for the coming year. Miss Jacobskind was graduated in June of this year from the University of Miami, where she studied journalism and educaTobte Jacobskind tion. While at the university, she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and in May was awarded the sorority's senior plaque for outstanding activities and scholarship. An honor graduate, she was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Lead and Ink, honorary journalism society; and Nu Kappa Tau, highest women's honorary on the campus. At the spring honor assembly she was the only girl to receive the Sigma Delta Chi, men's professional journalism fraternity, scholarship award "for four year's of outstanding work," and the American Legion Damon Runyon medal for the highest average among students in the School of Journalism. She was graduated from Miami Senior High School in June, 1945. In high school she was active in many extra-curricular activities and was a member of National Honor society, Quill and Scroll, national high school journalism honorary; and Thespians, national dramatic honorary. She was very active in the BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith girls and held district as well as chapter offices. As a youngster, Miss Jacobskind belonged to the YMHA Girl Scout troop, has belonged to Y clubs for many years, and was active in formulating the first Youth Council of the Y when she was in high school. In high school she edited the school column for the Miami Daily News and has worked on the staff of The Jewish Floridiar during the summers. She also worked for two years as counselor in the YMHA summer day camp. Her duties now consist of leadership in the teen-age program and the youth council as well as the afternoon recreational proRram for children of public school age. Miss Jacobskind lives at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, at 1765 S.W. Kith Terr. OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* $02 — Phono 5-54H Temple Youth To Dance Tomorrow A dance and entertainment will be presented by the Temple Isaiah Young People's League tomororw at 9 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel, 18th and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Featured on the evening's program will be a variety "Talent Hunt." Each contestant entering will receive a prize. Judges of the contest will be Harold Shapiro, Aaron Courshon, Julius J. Perlmutter, Ben Tupler, and "Silver Dollar Jake" Schreiber. Lillian Stein, coloratura soprano, will entertain and an exhibition on the art of hypnosis will be presented by Sy Lippman. Al Kullick will serve as master of ceremonies. Chairman of this affair Sampling barbecue on the grounds of South Florida Children's Hospital is the family of The Jewish Floridian staff member Corrado LoZito, 6307 N.E. 2nd Ave. The LoZitos were among the 7,500 South Floridians attending the barbecue party held last Sunday as part of the drive to raise $183,000 to complete and equip the nearly finished hospital. With Mr. and Mrs. LoZito are Patricia, 4. and John, 6. Zelma Marcelle Bandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Bandler of Coconut Grove, will enter Rollins College as a freshman this semster. She plans to major in art. Miss Bandler. who graduated from Miami High School this summer, was a member of the Miami High School band. The word grocer originally meant one who sold by the gross, A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 24 Hr. Expert Nursing Care Beautiful Grounds, Well Located Dietary Laws Strictly Observed. $50.00 per week DR. SHOULSON'S (D.D.) 1681 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 58-0112 Moving to Bigger and Better Facilities on the Beach in October Youth Council To Sponsor Dance For Teen-Agers The Youth Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor a teen-age dance Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the center building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., Tobie Jacobskind, newly appointed youth director, has announced. Five pieces of the Miami Edison swing band will play for dancing and entertainment will be provided by the Esquire Club. Other member groups of the council and their committees include: Tri Beta, publicity; Chi Kappa Chi, decorations; TYS, hostesses; ALS. name tags; Sigma Rho, registration; AZA No. 322, refreshments. Admission is 25 cents for nonmembers and 15 cents for members. Evelyn Ell. Assisting her are Sy Lippman, Eleanor Keys, Ralph Stein, Shirley Union, Muriel Greenberg and Phyllis Nagle. Hostesses include Janet Sklaw, Barbara Levine, Carroll Bernstein, Henreitta Rosenthal and Gloria Berry. Scalping, practiced by some American Indians, was painful but not necessarily fatal, since the part taken was usually a small circular patch of skin just back of the crown of the head. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jenthrk>ridlain FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1949 Silverman-Grayson Rites Take Place In Syracuse Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grayson, 726 N.E. 75th St.. have announced the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Fyrne. to Searl Joseph Silverman. The ceremony took place September 4 at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brickman. in Syracuse, N. Y. The marriage was solemnized by Rabbi Benjamin Friedman, assisted by the Rev. Isaac E. Simon and Rabbi Samuel Yalon. For her wedding the bride' chose a gown of ice blue with j Personally Speaking Mrs. S. J. Silverman satin bodice and drapery over Chantillv lace skirt. Her veil was of ice blue nylon and she carried a bible topped with a white orchid and stephanotis. Arnold Grayson. the bride's brother, was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silverman of Syracuse. Ushering were Alan Brickman and Morton Silverman. Miss Ruth Brickman kept the bride's book. The bride's mother was attired in navy sheer with orchids.* while the senior Mrs. Silverman wore cloud gray with orchids. The former Miss Grayson was graduated from Cornell University and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. The bridegroom, a maena cum laude graduate of Syracuse University, is working for his Ph. D. MR. and MRS. FRANK GLAZER 2383 Flamingo Drive and THE DIXIE EXPRESS WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR % urdines Rubinstein's New Tint-Type Hair Kit $1.50 %  plus tax Mme. Rubinstein has cleverly packaged her new hair colorings ... in a budget-wise home kit so you may mix them and find just the shade you like. Included is your individual shampoo for blonde, grey, or brunette hair. Other cosmetics for your hair by Rubinstein: • Silk sheen SI* • Color tint rinse $1* • Head liners $1* • Tone shampoo $1.25* • Cover tone SI* • Conditioner $1.50* Burdine'i. Miami, Toiletries, Street Floor •Plu Tax Harry Zimmerman. 2547 S.W. 14th St., returned to Miami after a three-week stay in Camden. N. J.. with his children. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newman. On September 9 Mrs. Newman gave birth to a baby boy, Arnold F. Mrs. Zimmerman will remain in Camden until after Yom Kippur. The Zimmermans celebrated their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary Monday. -* Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Clark and son, Alan Marshall, of Trenton, N. J., are visiting Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall, 3760 N.W. 1st St. The Marshalls are former residents of Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clark of Trenton, N. J.. are guests at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr and Mrs. Frank S. Cole, 923 Escobare Ave., Coral Gables, announce the birth of a daughter, Shelley Ann. on September 15 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The mother is the former Betty Luby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby of this • city. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob de Koven, 1839 James Ave., Miami Beach, have returned here after spending the summer in their Northem home in Michigan City, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis of Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, arrived here recently to spend the winter season. They are residing at 1224 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach. %  Ruth Biotman, who left in July to attend the Canadian Authors and Press Convention, also visited in the Laurentian Mountains, Montreal, Ottawa, Detroit and New York, where she gave several concerts. Miss Brotman will arrive in Miami Beach after the High Holy Days to resume the seventh season of the Beaux Arts Bureau management and her tenth season of voice classes. Mrs. Sam B. Miller will leave next week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Greenberg, in Birmingham, Ala. She will be gone about a month. Miss Sylvia Liebovit of West Palm Beach has enrolled at the University of Miami. She is the daughter of Mrs. T. Rose Liebovit of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner have returned to their home in West Palm Beach after attending the wedding of their niece, Miss Millicent Gruner, in New York. Arthur Liebovit of West Palm Beach recently left for Costa Rica to attend the Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Science there. Evelyn Bauer has moved from the Sagamore Hotel, where she has been vacationing since her return from Blue Mt. Camp, where she served as counselor for six year old boys and as camp escort for Florida children to and from the camp. She is now residing at 2870 Pinetree Dr., Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Bluestone of Hollywood anounce the birth of a son on Tuesday, September 27, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ray Frisco of Carrabelle, Fla., is spending the holidays as the house guest of Mrs. A. Bergei, 1124 S.W. 4th St. Helen Friedheim and Carolyn Freedlund of Belle Glade recently left for Tallahassee, where they will attend Florida State University. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff were honored at a reception last night in honor of their ninth wedding anniversary. Irving Weinsteins, Meyer Greenbergs United In Double Wedding Ceremony ~% Mrs. Irving Weinstein Zohn and Joyce Brandbier were flower girls. A reception followed the ceremony. Guests books were kept by Miss Ruth Saal of Miami and Miss Helen Cohen of Brooklyn. The former Estelle Levy graduated from Atlantic City Hieh School in New Jersey. Estelle jGrenberg graduated from Miami Senior High, is a member of Tri Beta Sorority, and is on the teachers staff of Beth David Synagogue. Mr. Weinstein graduated from Baltimore City College. Mr. Greenberg graduated from Miami Senior High School and now attends Miami University where he is majoring in accounting. Both are members of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. _. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weinstein went to Havana. Cuba, on their wedding trip and upon their return will reside with the brides Mrs. Meyer Greenberg A double wedding ceremony united Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Greenberg on Sunday September 11 at the Miami Municipal Auditorium. Mrs. Irving Weinstein, the former Estelle Greenberg, and Meyer Greenberg are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg of 281 N.W. 41st Ave. The other bride, Mrs.Greenberg. was the former Estelle Levy, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Levy, 2224 N.W. 34th St., and Phillip Levy, Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. Weinstein is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weinstein of Baltimore. Md. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches read the double ring service. Anita Rieter sang. gown? a^c^w^bffi j gf ^ home showered with white orchids P %  d M Greenberg spent Betty Rosen, in pink taffeta, was ana are al nome matron of honor. /->...„*_ &f „,„„ 0 ,iect<: were Mr. Schenkman-Frank Greenberg. Eli £ou -""j^ffi^anTcuba: Argintar.and Jerry Schulman, all ^ a r t \ S n ^/ s a A ^aham Cohen and 0f BndeTmaids. attired in l^^^^^&l'ni taffeta, were Miriam Kates of M£. andI Mrs. Leon Misi Havana Cuba. Pearl Greenberg Jam 1>. Washmgton ^ N Detroit Rosemane Knowles and gdell R |* • e avetZArling Renee Jacobson. TrU.Me0Trr3n.-0s Law Ph Steven Rouff of Washington IVaM.ss Frances Lev>. D. C, was nngbearer and April ^."i; M r. a busv HollvB'rith Dorris Sapperstein, Lester Goldstein To Wed December 18 A December wedding is being \ planned by Miss Dorris Sapper-' Hollywood Youth Will Have Busy Month The next month will be one for members of the wood Chapter of B'nai Youth Organization. ^n^'l'be' BSfWft s -*• 'ormcr University of Miami j Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge.I student, whose betrothal to Les[Guest speaker will be Gus Jacobter Lewin Goldstein, university J^Jkrector of the Miaini Beach lenfor, has been announced by nl *_J r> • n r, • ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv a ^ %  ^^^r!c%^^^^ Hattiesburg. Miss. .held at Greynolai Park. No :.-:i


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Mjjf^^T EMBER 30, 1949 visH r 0 j s I Men Mondrcs, D. Robert Lewis Exchange Vows In Home Ceremony liari L.iis Helen Mondres, L M J S Mrr of'Mr.'and*Mrs." Joseph l"f, nHr," 5321 S.W. 1st St., betl £ bride of D Robert P m on of Mr. and Mrs. J. ££ Lewis 617 East Di Lido ie,a, Jiami Beach on Sunday pntembcr 18. at high noon at the Come of the bridegroom's parents. The couple exchanged vows be|„?Dr Jacob H Kaplan and Khhi Colman A. Zwitman. The Ks mother sang "Because." uvfrinc a gown of white slips V in -he bride descended the j Sr staircase. Her illusion I Si was secured by a tight cap. he carried a white prayer book ihoweied with white orchids and %? n SheUa Lewis, sister of the idegroom. was maid of honor. jooard Lewis was best man for Immediately following the -rcmonv a reception and lunch*„ for relatives and intimate Inends was held in the Lewis 'The former Miss Mondres gradated from Miami High School ind is a sophomore at the Uniersitv of Miami. At the unirersitv she was selected Chi we'a Queen, Hurricane Honey ,f 1949. Miss University Freshnan of 1949. t „ Mr Lewis attended the University of Florida and is now a itudent at the University of Miimi He is a member of Pi Lambla Phi fraternity. Out-of-town guests at the cereionv were Miss Vicki Lewis, ampa; D. N. R. Margolies, Irooklyn. N. Y.; Miss Ida MonIres, New York City. Following a wedding trip to lew Orleans, the couple will live Miami. Mm. D. Robert Lew Home For Aged Campaigners Listed The Home for the Aged of Greater Miami has announced the names of additional committee chairmen who will direct activities in the building fund campaign for $300,000 which will begin on October 15. M. J. Kopelowitz and Leo Steinman have been named cochairmen of the special affairs committee. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will head up the public information committee while Mrs. Milton Sirkin and David Trau will be co-chairmen of the speakers' bureau. Other committee heads named were Mrs. Sol Silverman and William Oberman, co-chairmen of exhibit and display committee, and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chairman of volunteers committee. Mrs. Louis Glasser will be chairman of the arrangements committee. The rating committee will consist of Irving Frankel, Joseph Gardner and Sidney Bernbaum, co-chairmen. The Jewish Home for the Aged is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and receives annually from the Combined Jewish Appeal money to cover its operating deficit. This campaign is being conducted by the home for a new building to take the place of the present structure which is badly overcrowded and is unable to take care of a large number of aged applicants, many of whom have been trying to gain admittance to the home for more than one year, according to Leo Allen, executive director of the home. Greenberg Appointed U-M Hebrew Instructor Sidney J. Greenberg, principal of Beth Sholom School, has been appointed instructor of modern Hebrew at the University of Miami. This course is being offered at the university as a regular three-credit course and will be [First Jewish Congregation Of Gables fhrows Open Doors To Holiday Services The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will throw open |lhe doors of its Yom Kippur services to the entire Jewish comImunitv. according to an announcement by Lee Platt, president. [Conservative services will be held at the Coliseum, 1500 Douglas iRoad. Coral Gables. One of the largest halls for public assembly in Southeastern lUnited States—with a capacity of almost 5000—the Coliseum is a [naturallv air-cooled auditorium. Services will be conducted by Leon Honig with Kol Nidre Iservices beginning promptly at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Cantor lKatz and the choir under the direction of Pierre Mande will sing %  the special Jan Peerce arrangement of Kol Nidre. Yom Kippur Day Iservices start at 9 a.m. and Yiskor services will begin approximately 10:30 a.m. Miamian Re-Elected To I State Optometric Post Dr. Robert R. Bradford of Milami Beach was re-elected vice %  president of the Florida State [Board of Optometry at the anInual meeting recently held in iTampa. I Named president of the board %  was Dr. J. M. Morquis of ArIcadia. Dr. William F. Davey, DayItona Beach, was named secretaryItreasurer. Dr. Bradford, now in his second year as a member of the state optometric board, is a director of the Southeast Florida Optometric Association and a past president of the local group. Fingerprints as a means of identification were used from the earliest days of the Orient, when rulers used their thumbprints as an official signature. Sidney Aronovitz Elected To Bar Association Post Sidney M. Aronovitz was elected vice president of the junior section of the Dade County Bar Association at a meeting of the organization last week. Aronovitz, who has been practicing law in Miami for the last three and a half years, is a graduate of the University of Florida Law School. While at the university, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Florida Blue Key and served as president of the varsity debate society. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity. He served as an officer in the Field Artillery during the war. Following his combat service, he was transferred to the military government in the Berlin district. Aronovitz is now first vice president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Sidney J. Greenberg given Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9:30 to 10:20. Late registrants will be accepted all of this week. Greenberg is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia and is a well-known Jewish educator who is now making his home in Miami. Ginsburg Joins Beach Firm Association of Ben Zion Ginsburg with the real estate firm of Feuer and Eisenstein, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, was recently announced. A former resident of Chicago, Ginsburg is active in Miami Beach civic affairs. He was appionted a member of the national administrative council of the Zionist Organization of Ginsburg America shortly after Paniel Frish, the new president, took over. Ginsburg is vice president of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami; a member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Apartment Owners Assn.; vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist organization; a member of the board of trustees of the Miami Beach Jewish Center; vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund council; honorary member of directors of the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago. He lives with his wife, the former Ruth Daniel of Chicago, and their two children, Barbara and Edwin, in Miami Beach. Lipsky Resigns NEW YORK, (JTA) — Louis Lipsky announced his resignation as president of the American Red Mogen Dovid. The statement said that his action was taken on account of his new duties as chairman of the American Zionist Council. Miami Beach To Be Site Of 1950 District Convention Of Workmen's Circle Indication Ceremonies At Hi I lei IIOIIM* Slated For Sunday, October 16 r. Donald Michelson, director lot the University of Miami Hillel %  Foundation, will preside at dedication ceremonies to be held on [Sunday, October 16, at 8 p.m. at Miami's Popular Kosher Market Now Under The Management of JOSEPH H. SMITH and DAVID MARMER The New S & M is under the supervision oi the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH S&M Kosher Market 810 S.W. 22nd Ave. 83-7748 FREE DELIVERY the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Col. Elry Stone is chairman of the committee arranging the exercises which will launch the fall term activities at Hillel House. Some 2300 Jewish students at the university are affiliated with the foundation. A national organization devoted to cultural, religious and counseling service among Jewish students at 197 colleges in the United States, Canada and Cuba, the foundation is under the sponsorship of B'nai B'rith. A professionally trained director leads the students on each campus. Dr. Michelson, who is associated with the history department at the university, conducts a course in Hebrew civilization. In a class which recently completed the course, there were 35 students, a third of whom were non-Jew' S Weekly Sabbath evening services are conducted at Hillel House and all holidays and festivals are observed in an appropriate manner. Recreational facilities and a 1000-volume library are available at all hours to students. Students members of the foundation publish the Hillel Herald monthly as well as a Utjrary magazine. A 1 I chapter of the intlr colleg.ate Zionist Federation of America rneeiS every Thursdav evening Jt 8 o'clock tor lectures,' films and discussions. Miami Hebrew School Lists Choir Members William Weintraub, chairman of the High Holy Day committee of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, has announced that the following have been serving as ushers during the holidays: Ed Becker, Herbert Feldman, Hershey Glantz, Joe Rutansky, Harry Shear, Sam Kostoff, Louis Sorosky, Dave Kleber. Members of the choir which is assisting with the services are Frank Shear, Murray Shear, Arnold Glantz, Garvin Kleber, Myron Coulton, Matthew Becker. Barnett Jacobskind, Richard Goodman and Abraham Dorf. Except for Dorf, all are members of the junior congregation and pupils of Rabbi Simon April. TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FiiiH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish ME GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET Miami Beach was selected as the site for the 1950 convention of the southern district of the Workmen's Circle at the group's conclave in Houston, Texas, September 3-5. Joseph Duntov was elected secretary of the district at the meet. Also named to office were Morris Jacobs, treasurer, and Evelyn Weiner, secretary for Englishspeaking branches. The Miami Beach Branch No. 692 is beginning to make plans for the conference which will be Miami Center Plans Basketball League The Miami Jewish Community Center (formerly the Miami YM & YWHA), 450 S.W. 16th Ave., is planning to conduct an allMiami center basketball league for youth teams, 14 to 17 years of age, next month. The organization of this league, its aims and objectives, were discussed last night at a meeting of athletic directors in the center lounge. The following groups were represented: North Dade Jewish Center, Hialeah Jewish Center, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Miami Beach YMHA, and the Miami Jewish Community Center. held at its new Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. An air-cooling system will be installed, a stage for the concert which is usually held in conjunction with the conference will be constructed and kitchen facilities will be enlarged. An attendance of about 400 delegates, guests and local members is expected. Joe Pollack, chairman of the house committee, will supervise all these installations. The English-speaking Branch 1050 of Miami, of which Kitty Laber is secretary, has pledged its cooperation and assistance in carrying out all plans for next Labor Day conference. 200 Ford Trucks Sent To Israel NEW YORK, (JTA)—Two hundred Ford trucks, paid for from funds which Israel received in the Export-Import Bank loan, were shipped to the Jewish state. Dr. Shaul Lipshitz, representative of the Ford Motor Company in Israel and former chairman of the Tel Aviv Chamber of Commerce, who is now in New York, said that this is the biggest single shipment of trucks Israel has ever received. RUTH BROTMAN — MUSIC LAUREAT (Paris Scholarship) RESUMES TENTH SEASON — MIAMI BEACH in SINGING LESSONS and PLACEMENT VOICE (Specializing in Teen-Agers) CALL 5-3042 FOR APPOINTMENT (After Oct. 15. 1949) wwn row niv? Florida National Kosher Provision Co. 230 N. W. 5th STREET < I



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PAGE TEN fJewist Meridian FRIDA^ S EPTEMRPR LEGAL NOTICE Charles R. Jacobson. (left) chairman of Unite one of his non-objective paintings entitled. "Broth Hotel October 16 through 23. Three hands represe stretched in friendship, emphasizing seed for wor at right are Miss Irene Cummings. chairman of th County, and Dr. Eric Carlberg. director of the Wa in photo, serving on exhibit committee are: Mrs. L from the University of Miami. d Nations Week International Art Exhibit displays erhood of Man." to beshown at the Columbus nt Caucasian, negro, and mongoloid races outId wide understanding between all peoples. Shown e United Nations Co-operative Council of Dade shington Art Galleries, Miami Beach. Not shown ouis Glasser. Dr. Kurt Singer, and representatives NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 2265. In Re: ESTATE OP MORRIS FREUND, ]>•< -rased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or •Ither of you. may have against the -tit.of Morris Prrund deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September 27. A.D. 1949 MALVINA FREUND, As Administrator cum testamento annexo of the Estate of Morris Freund, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a. 9'30 10, 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fltcitlous name of \lrginia I*e Cosmetics at 1922 S W 18th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MRS FLORENCE SCHWARTZ MRS. LEONTINA SHER Partners 9 23-30 10, 7-14 N0T,CE Jfflffi" ^T7T,OUT NOTICE 1$ ifl^^AW the undersigned, dirtrtaL ? ,VEX ... business under the f|,'ui,^.^tt to that Miami Beach Laiin.i'r',' l ls nam. ., with the S^oto^aHjnBft Dade County, FiorMa cult * l MARSHALL'S BE1 :' &f of •V \V. 79th Street Ml %  nd, '•* •end to register sai i \ lor da tolerk of the Circuit r&ES !W ,h -•ounty. Florida. ourt 0( Dada, CHARLES KADIS T MILLER & PODELL 23.. Lincoln It.,., | Miami Beach, Fla 9/16-23-30 10/7-14 NOT.CE UNDEp F cf^p at 327 N. B. Ut A MtaSrS? Ida, Intends to resist, the Clerk of the C ? ".' County. Florida EZRYEL Si ILNBJ. >..„.. • Sol Ownei BI RNETT ROTH Attorney for Appl : • 9,16-23-30 10/7-14 Mrs. Becker to Head Membership Drive Eleven Bnai B'rith Women's groups will launch a three-month membership drive in coordination with that of the Greater Miami Bnai B'rith Council, it has been announced by E. Albert Pallet, council president. The campaign for members will start officially on October 13. the 106th anniversary of the founding of Bnai 0 run. and will continue until .December 4. Mrs Beverly Becker of Miami geach. first vice president of the W pmen s District Grand Lodge. Will direct membership activities of the women's chapters and will announce specific quotas for each unit at a later date. An invitation nas been extended to Fort Laudi erdale and Hollvwood Lodges to' participate in the drive. A series Of membership teas, a fashion 1 sri w, and parlor parties is beins planned. Tj C "V p f. J Tal;a noff. Miami' Beach attorney, is general memship drive chairman for the South Florida region. Chief com: munity service project currently undertaken by B'nai B'rith wornen in Greater Miami is sponsor' p of weekly parties for patientat the Pratt Veterans Hospital Mioloill Ladies To | Hold Showers First of a series of Wednesday afternoon "Bazaar Showers" will take place on Wednesday in Temple Beth Sholom patio at 1:30 p.m.. according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins. sisterhood president. "Once again the time has come to shower the patio with gifts for our bazaaar." stated Mrs. Robbins. "Each Wednesday afternoon from now until the bazaar on December 6 and 7, sisterhood members and friends will soend Wednesday afternoons working together." Each week these sessions will be sponsored by various bazaar booth directors. On Wednesday the Mesdames Ann Small, Rose Segal and Honey Reckson, who will operate the men's wear and boys' wear booths at the bazaar, will be hostesses. Gifts of men's and boys' merchandise will be collected on this day. Mrs. Bess Nelson is over-all chairman of the bazaar. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in o lalneaa under the fltcltioua name of Urake Wholesale Meats at 200! N W 62nd Street In the City of Miami, Horlda, intends to register said name with the i lerk of the Circuit Court Of Hade County, Florida. IRVlNi; K AX Eft Owner LOFIS SCHWARZKOPF Attorney for Applicant 927 Lincoln Road 9/23-30 10/7-14-21 Cranberry bogs are regularly flooded as a control for certain injurious insects. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .„ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1 n '? n Credit at 21SS Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cotintv. Florida. EMKAY, INC 9 16-23-30 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVES h „ the undersigned, desli to\Em& business under the fl • tiou5fJ5 MII.TO.VS ACT. > N.E. Second Avenu* n,{r Intend to reflate* B 'ith S MILTON LIBERT GEORGE LEVITT MAX R. SILVER^'' LEB0W Attorney for Applli '.', 2.:-iu 10, 7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlan solicits youi legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. JWV Commander Guest at VFW Convention I IV T/.DE -M..^ PUBLICATION n TS \ S l l COURT OF THE %  JrS,r J LD lS lAL C1RCCIT OF r^L TY ~ IN CHANCERY. No. J -i -to.'. R ^?£ A AAR 2 NSON H*tatUt. vs. ~, -NATHAN AARONSON rhe Levtndale SiY,*** 1 ** Oreensprina Avenuea Baltimore 18, Maryland lou ate hereby ordered t" file your appearance or answer to the Bill of I Complaint for Dli ,, against £u by REBECCA AARONSON? E *?• -""' dav uf October nm '-, h V ,M> : ,h -'"nation* of said Bill will be taken aa confessed against PONE AND ORDERED tills "S dav "f Bepti ml*r, l49 a> E. B. LEATHERMAN. lit Court Seal)"" C,rou 1 C ur( By \VM. \V. STOCKING. | TURK & NEWMAN DePMt C erk Solicitors for Plaintiff 10/7-14-21 iw -.„„ NOT CE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT CO CRT OF THF CT.nnrr£ F0 ?. DADE COUNTY, 12^344 ~ CHANCERY, No! M \\K I ,Vv? E ^^ JOHN SON Plaintiff, vs. MAR, RITA JOHNSON, Defendant. „ Vou MART RITA JOHNSON, 46S Quy lark Avenue. Amsterdam New York, are notified to file your appear.n".h'r P.?*.*** 0 !" cause for <"'orce V?i he .v. 24,h day of October. AD m' ^ r W,s !i decl ; ee pro confesso will be entered against you. A.D 1949. 21 day 0f September. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) *' By Wat W. STOCKING, MILTON A. FRIEDMAX >e,n,,> Ch Attorney for Applicant fceybold Bldg. 9 23-30 10 7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF TUI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CmCLTf cofNTv""*'! 1 ^ •^''^•'Vi'Ai:: 1870M ~ '' !:V N D AJ-nr 'LEE BUTLER DAN BUTLER I) TO: DAN BCTLEl: Address Unknown ,*}'y V o^.? B HE REBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Comp P a ?., fn flle, l againai OAisi LEE BUTLER, youi above styled caus. named Court; and you art further notified that yo ... to file an appearnn<.-• %  oceed. ings on or U-: October. 1949. otberwisi the .-.negations of said Bill of C taken as confei This order is I i once a week for four (4) cons, a-eeki ,n 'he Jewish Florldla published in Dade Con DATED this Ttli da A.D. 1949. ni E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court .-' By M. C FEI JEROME H WEINK Solicitor for Plaintiff 9,9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..^ NAME LAW Xf.TI.-i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersig:... I, ,les;ring to engage in is name of KeL.en Hotel at 2161 X \V l^t Ave. nue. Miami. Florida, intend, to regisJd name with the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida KALMAX M ROCKER B .-owner FREDERICK s OR08SBERG Attorney for Applicant "4 Biscayne Bldg 9 30 10 7-14-2l-2v l^u-L JT B f SU P u auL M ^ LD Na ol Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, is shown (right) with Lyall Beggs. retirino VFwna Vn?u 0mmand er f *! Veterans of Foreign Wars aHhe VFW 50th annual convention held in Miami Beach recenllv Commander Dorfman. in an address to more than 10 000 VFW delegates, pressed the need for veteran unity "to insure^hat the civ.l and religious liberties for which we fought together remain J£ U r m9 W V>1 P 08 ^ 51 • nCT chment by totalitarian fonS whether of the left or the right." *rces. NOTICE TO APPFID m w&&8£PMe COURT^OF THE I\ vXM, TI LJ"-' D I<-'IAL CIR, T Fl oRfnl PO ?.. l ^ KT)K COUNTY, imn^ ~ CHANCERY. No "jOH? ri a i9fSS£S I'lointiff, vs •Ser^sKS-vr COn,e *"' ^ Aa '?,<. h;8 nd d ">' of September. .riro„o?.? LE -\THERMAX, Clerk 'Circuit Court Seal) *-iern. By \VM \v STOCKING, MILTON A FRIEDMAN >ePU,V C, k Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 9''30 10 7-14-21 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF APPLICATiON FOR FINAL CLEMETT P. CURTISS, Deceased. filed U mv B f l il, hereby 8lven ,hat I have Flnil Hi r eport and petition for f..„. IM ; char B* ->s Executor of the estate of CLEMETT P CURTISS „7n r d K : and tnat he 24th aa? of October. 1949. I will apply to the Honorable W. F BLANTON! Co Un tv •fudge of Dade County, Florida for tBSSTS} l' ald flnal repor? and for final discharge as Executor of iZ ciasVd 60 CLEME TT P. CURTISS. de! This 20 day of September. 1949 MAX R. s/LviR* THURBER. 9'2 3. r 3 n 0 e> ,0^.f IeCU,Or NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS x-^. !" .. NAME LAW .1, OT I rE 6 HEREBY GIVEN thit recister ihT^ft? "orl^a. intends to ^16-23-30 1^7 AXK COHE -V NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LN AND FOR DAM: COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, .\o. 127175. FREDERICK C MORLOCK rialntiff. vs. GERTRUI'i: Mi-KI/XK. Defendant. You, GERTRCI'i: MORL 121th Street. Richmond Hill, Lww Island. New York, .•.-tlfli to flh your appearance In th.above cause for divorce on the liUl da] A.D. 1949, other"-confesso win be entei • : ... Dated this 13 dav : %  :. A.D. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk. (Circuit Court Beat) By M C FEIGE : era MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Plaintiff 9/16-23-30 10.7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, deslri.-.s I : business under the fl til M { The Jewish Fiorldl MtcW Printing Department at lit X E &" 1 Street. Miami. Fla ter said name with the C Circuit Court of Dad, '' LOUIS STEIGER 9,16-23-30 10.7-14 N0T CE NA ER FICTIT IOUS of DadV Coun 1 tr f F, t S?ld^' rCUlt C Urt PEARL DOBRIN S/S-lt-M-SO*" 8 Wner NOT CE NAMi R L L CTITlOUS County?' Flor.dal lrCUi, C Urt f Dade HERBERT OSTER • 16-23-30 lo*4?14 Wner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIiy GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Jj HOFFMAN'S SODA BHOl at li South West 8th Street. Ml Ida. Intend to register said name *> !" the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DM* County. Florida. IRVIN SIRKIX SAMUEL RAI'-UORT ELRY STONE Attorney for Irvin Sirkin and Samuel Rapaport 1U10 Congress Building Miami. Florida 9/16-23-30 10 7-14 NOT CE NAUP R F| CTIT10US to iwatatVr .Li!. ""• """da, Intends /2--i. a -5 ,LUAM NIVEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hlt NOTICE IS HEREBY x S „ "m the undersigned. desirl:.c I < %  "'* %  ? f business under the flct tl ''.. S Stan's Bar and Orill •',. ; iV Flagler Street. Miami. I '-'<* h .'„, tends to register said nami "••" ,, Clerk of the Circuit Court


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PflDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 *Jeni$t n-cridnan PAGE ELEVEN Hew Hadassah Unit To Install Leaders The board of the newly organized Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah met at the home of Mrs. Tne Williamson. 5470 La Gorce Drive, Miami Beach, to discuss plans for its first installation to take place at breakfast on October 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs Williamson, who is chairman of the affair, will also serve as mistress of ceremonies. Assisting her will be the Mesdames Louis Goldman Nina Amsterdam Nathan Kaplan, Julius Rose'nstein, Israel Teitch, Aaron Son, Isabel Altholtz, William I Feuer, A. Greenberg, Benjamin Wolff. Doris Zwick, Isaac Joffe Dorothy Shabot, Samuel Sapiro, Jack Swardlin. Scheduled to make its first public appearance at the installation is the organization's choral unit under the leadership of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Members of the unit are the Mesdames Goldman, Zwick. Charles Oppenheim, Fannv Fay, Farr, Altholtz, Sam Sakrais, Wolff, Kaplan, Ann Minor and Helen ErigeL Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will serve as installing officer. Mrs. Colman Zwitman will deliver the invocation. • Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Kaplan at 5-7769, Mrs Rosenstein at 5-1448 or Mrs. Teitch at 5-3296. Mrs. Goldman Will Fete Sisterhood Members Mrs. Gilbert Goldman of 4622 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, has issued invitations to Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood members and friends to a earden party in her home on Friday, October 7, at 2:30 p.m. ••This is to be a reward party, stated Mrs. Goldman, "and is open to all those who have worked diligently on the temple television project." There will be prizes, refreshments and exciting entertainment. Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan is co-chairman of the event. Singer Programs Listed Dr. Kurt Singer will serve as moderator for a youth panel at which ten-agers will discuss "Soft Drinks versus Whiskey, tomorrow from 9:30 to 10 a.m. over station WMIE. The author and lecturer will also participate in the Miami Must Grow program slated for Sunday from 8:05 to 9 p.m. over the same station. Subject of discussion will be -'Should Port Everglades Be M iami's New Harbor?''^ __ New Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES Or. LONG'S CLINIC *• Mrs. Joe Williamson Ph.3-2748 Dick Lowe Joins Redman Firm Newest associate in the Miami Beach publicity firm of Ray Redman and Associates is Dick Lowe, who was amusement editor of the Miami Daily News for 14 months before resigning last week to join the Redman firm. Lowe, a native of Dayton, Ohio, has been a Miami resident since 1925, and began his newspaper career with the News in 1936. He served four and a half years as an administrative officer with the Army Air Force in World War II, going off active duty in December, 1945. He holds a reserve commission as major. Ray Redman and Associates is one of the oldest public relations firms in Miami Beach, having been established here 15 years. Redman is a veteran of 25 years in the public relations field. He was assistant exploitation director for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films, in the Chicago office, and handled world premieres for United Artists, Columbia, 20th Century-Fox and MGM. Locally Redman has handled accounts for the former DempseyVanderbilt Hotel, and represented the Blackstone Hotel in 1944 when MGM filmed "They Were Expendable," using the Blackstone as headauarters. He has been public relations director for the Robert Richter, Sovereign and President Madison hotels, and at the present time holds the same position with the new Kingston Hotel and Yacht club. Redman handled the openings of the Colonial Inn and Beachcomber night clubs, the official opening of the Food Fair markets in Miami and was public relations director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Redman also was Florida representative for the Chicago Daily News Travel Fair for the past four years. ^^___ Beach Philharmonic Slates First Concert The newly organized Miami Beach Philharmonic Orchestra has scheduled its first concert for Thursday. October 13, at 8:30 p.m. at Miami Beach High School auditorium. Tickets at $1.50 are now on sale. A subsidy of $450 was voted to help establish the group at a recent meeting of the Miami Beach city council. The orchestra will present monthly concerts at which either a vocal or instrumental soloist will be featured. A reception for officers and advisory council of the orchestra was held Tuesday night at the Delano Hotel. The Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra played and Irene Patti Swartz sang. Oliver Washburn is chairman and artistic director of the unit, Oscar Adler. the treasurer and Miss Lynne Home, the secretary. Members of the advisory council are: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Adeeb, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Siegfried Geismar, Mr. and Mrs. Al Harum, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Ike N. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Perlmutter, Mr. and Mrs. John I. Prosser, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind, Joseph E. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone, Rev. J. Mitchell Taylor, Miss Evelyn Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick and others. Temple Ladies To Obituaries Meet Thursday Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its first meeting of the season with a coffee social at 1:30 p.m., Thursday at the Temple. Featured speaker will be the Rev. Donald Douds of the Miami Shores Community Church, who will speak on "A Clergyman Looks at Psychiatry." Also slated to speak are Herman Binder whose subject will be "I Saw the United Nations Born," and interior decorator Madame Jena, who will tell about "Fall Decorating Trends." Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is program chairman and Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer is chairman of refreshments. NEWTON MERCUR Age 49, of 1509 San lunaclo AY}., Coral Gables, died September 17. Mr. Mercur came to Miami from PltUIniiKh seven years aj?o and wag operator of a Miami Beach cocktail lounge. Surviving are hl wife, Ruth: three brothers, Al and Lew of Miami and Dave of Pittsburgh; a sister. Mrs. Mary Newman of Detroit. Services were conducted at Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. LESTER H. SLOANE Age 34, of 7S0 N.W. 47th St., passed away suddenly Friday. A resident of Miami for six years, comine from Montreal, Canada. Mr. Sloane was a salesman. He leaves his wife. Joan; a daughter, June; two sons, Henry and Michael; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slabotsky; a brother, Teddy, all of Miami. Funeral services were held at Gordon Funeral Home Monday with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Burial was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. get the honest full quart! rvw ww^*" LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by get Clicquot Club fist (Pronounced KLKK-O) flu. D.posit (Jet (Wore Of the finest Fine flavor-aged ginger ** ale .. live.'ier sparkling water ... and 4 ounces more than many so-called "big" bottles. Your best buy! Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. 71h Avenue. Miami Phone 3-3121 SIMON SEIDEN \ HOTEL OWNERS .... 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TmDAYTSEPT! Valuable Portrait To Be Shown At International Art Exhibit Oct. 16-23 A famous oil portrait valued at $11,000 will be shown at the International Art Exhibit to be held at the Columbus Hotel. October 16-23. it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson. art exhibit chairman. The painting entitled. '•Portrait of an Irish Squire" is one of the last works of one of England's great artists. Sir Henry Raeburn. R.A. The picture has been authenticated by the late Sir Charles Holmes, director of the National Gallery in London and corroborated by W. R. Roberts, internationally known English art expert. Jacobson reports he has painters. The small canvas, valued at several thousands of dollars. was painted shortly before World War I and is characteristic of Picasso's Neo-African period, and is totally different from the bizarre cubistic style adopted by Campaign Leaders Plan Cocktail Party Dr. Murray Miller Opens Office Here Dr. Murray Miller, optometrist, announces the opening of his ofthe artist in recent years. Picasso, often called the most controversial artist of his time, is at present residing in France. Several Mexican studies by Doris Rosenthal. never displayed i previouslv. will also be shown. together with South American paintings by Chester Tingler and John Klinkenburg. The seven-day art show will be opened with a reception Sunday, seen documents signed by Frank W. Muller. prominent New York art specialist concurring in the opinion of these authorities. The painting has been secured for the International Art Exhibit bv Dr. Eric Carlberg. director of the Washington Art Galleries of Miami Beach. The art show, sponsored in Dade County as part of the observance of United Nations' Week, will also feature the appearance of a genuine painting by Picasso, the great, turbulent figure in the field of contemporary French October 16. at 2 p.m. at the Columbus Hotel. The event is sponsored by the United Nations' Cooperative Council of Dade County, the University of Miami and the Dade County Conference of J ; -.v.>:-. Women's Clubs. II. .1. Sonz Opens \iw Offices Announcement is made by Harry J. Sonz. realtor, of the opening of his new. air conditi : 1 offices at 1595 WashingAve.. Miami Beach. There will be open house to celebrate the occasion tomorrow from 2 to 6 p.m. Refreshments will be Dr. Murray Miller fice a: 218 West Flagler St. A graduate of Miami High School. Dr. Miller attended the University of Florida and graduated from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis in 1947. He practiced in Alabama prior to moving here. Appointments for eye examinations and optical repairs may be made by calling 82-7913. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER Or PUBLICATION IX THK CIRCUIT I'orRT F THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, PIX>RIDA. —IN CHANCERY N 127491 BAR \H BRi WNIIS : ilntiff vi IS ADORE BROWNSTEIN : %  %  % % %  .. %  • THE STATE I >F PI. : ISADORE BROWNSTEIN • I J Relief Soi l< Splval C xou irt hn • Appears nee l lilaint for Dtv, .. -. • %  i da: r.f Oct< ber '•-••-• %  ill be takei i •. %  DATED a" this a rtay of .-••• •". LEATHER MAN, (Circuit 1 r [OE Clerl SAM 1701 Miami, F: 9 30 K :-:;-_ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK 'IR'TIT roi-RT OF THK 11th JUDICIAL IT IN A.MJ FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-OPJUA.— IN CHAN< ERT S< 127492 LEOXA KLINE, Plaintiff, %  ROBERT KLINE, Defendant TO: ROIiEKT KLINE (whose present addrf-ps Is i I.R.C., Area B, A P. O 101 • arof 1 New York, New v :-: (Whose permanent i SIM Briehton 7 Btreet, Brooklyn. N< w York. You are hereby required to ifle vour appearance to Plaintiff!" Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the abobe-stvied cause on or before the .11 dav of October, IMS; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2i" day of Septemh-r 1949 E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk or Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Peal) By M C FEHJE. Deputy Clerk PAM SILVER 6olicltor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida •/SO 10 7-14-2i —Morris Bros Harry J. Sonz served. The office was formerly located at 350 Lincoln Road. Mr. Sonz is a veteran of World War II. having seen active service in the South Pacific. Before entering the armed forces he was a resident of East St. Louis, where he was also in the real estate business. He is a past counselor Of Boys' Club of East St. Louis and was affiliated with Temple Agudath Achim there. He came to Miami Beach four years ago. where he is active in community work. He is a member of the board of directors of Beth Jacob Congregation: has been a leader of Boy Scout troops: he is a member of the Elks Club and B'nai B'rith. Associated with Sonz are Benjamin Chaves. contractor: S. A. Go-.dman. real estate and insurance broker: Al Chalek. Leon Chaves. Leila Rosenthal. Louis Makovsky and Jacob Levitov. The "fingers" at the end of an by taming bulls, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORNELL CO. ROOFING Lejeune Road At 4100 N. W. 28th Street Phone 88-2424 Next function in the S300,000 Building Fund Campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be a cocktail party on Tuesday night. October 11, at the home of Judge and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, 220 West Rivo Alto Drive. Shown above are members of the Campaign Steering Committee completing plans for the cocktail party. Planners are (1. to r.) Harry Sirkin, Milton S. Malakoff, campaign director, William Glick, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Sidney Bernbaum. Joe Gardner, Mrs. Benjamin Appel Leo Allen, executive Director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Beach Y Reopens After-School Program With the coming of the school year the Miami Beach YM & WHA has again initiated its after-school program for children. This program, which includes general play and group activities in music, arts and crafts, dramatics, dancing, puppetry and games, is being expanded to take care of the increased number of children wishing to participate. The Y is picking up the children at the schools at the conclusion of the school-day and bringing them to their homes when the afternoon play period is finished. Milk and cookies or ice cream are provided so that the children may have their afternoon nourishment. The program is under the direction of Mrs. Shirley Miller and activities are conducted in the same manner in which the summer camp operates. The program is open only to members of the Y. There is no extra fee other than membership, except for a nominal charge for transportation and for the refreshments. Parents who are interested in having their children participate are invited to call the Y for additional information. Milton Sirkin. president, also announces that the Y will continue its afternoon program at the public schools throughout the city so that the children attending the Hebrew schools will have an equal opportunity to share in the recreational afternoon program Lots For Sale BY OWNER Double corner. 100'. faces N. W. 2nd Ave. 123' faces N. W. 59 ih St. It is the N. E. corner, is high, dry and excellently located for stores and apts. Terms or reduction in price for all cash. Will consider trade on Furn. Home in Coral Gables or good S. W. sec. tion. PH. 84-2117 105 N. W. 58th St. Ojut-in Qjify, ifiouttdj 9nc. 600 LINCOLN ROAD BUILDING. MIAMI BEACH 39. 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FHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 *Jewist ricriaHann PAGE THIRTEEN Brandeis Opens Second Year The Brandeis University campus has been the scene of bustling activity during the past few weeks as the nation's first Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian university opened its doors for the second academic year of its history Events attendant upon the start of academic activities for 1949-1950 provided President Abram L. Sachar and George AlD ert Esq., president of the university's board of trustees, with many appropriate opportunities for reviewing the rapid progress of Brandeis during its one brief year of existence. In welcoming the incoming freshman class who started Orientation Week on Wednesday. September 14, in greeting the returning "pioneer" class of '52 and in initiating courses of stu'dv on Wednesday, September 21 the details of the Brandeis achievement to date were out"The student body has grown from the 100 members who formed the original "pioneer" class to a total of 250. reflecting the admission of 150 students to the _i n f 'm RranHoiQ TTnivprsit.v's I nation, hail from more than half of the states and from Canada, Korea, Egypt and Greece. The faculty has been doubled over the number on the Waltham, Massachusetts campus last year and the new additions include such prominent academic figures as Max Lerner, political scientist and economist, previously at Harvard and Williams; Dr. Frank E. Manuel, historian of note, former member of the faculty of Harvard and Western Reserve, who is the author of the recently published volume The Realities of American-Palestine Relations; Claude Andre Strauss-Vigee, former leader of the French underground resistance movement who comes class of '53. Brandeis University's %  to Brandeis from Ohio State and plans call for an increase of 50 other leading educators. students in each entering class until the normal entering complement of 250 freshmen per year has been reached. The new freshA significant development during the past year, it was noted by President Sachar, who served as national director of the Hillel man class, reflecting a cross-secFoundations prior to his assumtion of the major racial, religious ing the presidency of Brandeis, and nationality groupings of the was the acceptance by Dr. Serge A group of Brandeis University students returning to the campus of the nation's first Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian institution of higher learning after an outing on the nearby Charles River. Shown in the background is the Castle, beautiful fieldstone. ivy-covered structure, which is the largest of ten major buildings comprising the university's home. Mrs. Appel Will Fete Auxiliary Board Tuesday Mis. Benjamin Appel, president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be hostesses at a dessert luncheon for members of the auxiliary board on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Immediately following the luncheon the board will meet lo discuss activities for the coming season. Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman of the board, will preside. Board Will Meet The Delano Hotel will be the setting for luncheon meeting of the executive board of Temple Isaiah Sisterhood, according to an announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, president. Extending Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Guy Malcomb Co. ROOFING 227 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables Ph. 4-5148 Tropical Lodge To Moot Monday Tropical Lodge, B'nai BYith, will present an informal evening of entertainment for members and friends Monday at 8:45 p.m. in the Federation Conference room, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Edward Oka and Alvin Budner will present recorded musical favorites by Sigmund Romberg, Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein and others with a commentaiy and discussion following the program. President Budd Cutler will preside. Freedom House Program Sylvia and Marco Rosales will present a program on Spanish and Latin American composers up to present day Cuban jazz tonight at 9 o'clock at the AVC Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Between recordings Mr. Rosales will sing folk songs. Mildred Frcoinan of 926 Collins Avenue Extends Holiday Greetings to her Friends and Acquaintances Koussevitsky, internationally beloved musical figure, of the role of University Consultant in Music. This step was announced in the press recently in connection with the university's statement of its intention to form a School of Music. During the couvse of the year, Dr. Selman Waksman, the micro-biologist who discovered streptomycin and neomycin, consented to serve as University Consultant in Science. A total of twenty-nine new courses are listed in the 19491950 general catalogue of the university. The recent full accreditation of the course of study at Brandeis University by the New York State Board of Regents, a form of accreditation ordinarily withheld until after four full years of academic existence, was also referred to by President Sachar as he welcomed the returning students at the opening exercises. Students and visitors returning to the campus for the first time this year were greeted by greatly enlarged physical facilities resulting from the active construction program of the summer vacation period. Four new residence facilities for students have been added including the newly constructed Founders' Hall, a dormitory for women. The university has also acquired and readied for occupancy by students this week Kendall Green Hall, an off-campus dormitory. Other aditional residence facilities include the Sanderson House, located on the uni! versity grounds, the Castle Apartments, which will provide cooperative living quarters for' women. New academic facilities developed during the summer period include the Nathan Seifer MemoI rial Lecture Hall, erected under the terms of a gift from the family of the late Chicago industrialist and philanthropist. Also ready for student use is the Alpha Omega Biological Laboratories, comprising a Research Laboratory, an Advanced Research Laboratory, Faculty Laboratory and demonstration rooms. The laboratories were created from funds given to the university by Alph Omega fraternity, a national dental fraternity. Facilities for the newly organized Department of Music have also been completed. Mr. Alpert, in reviewing the expansion of the board of trustees of Brandeis University, noted that several outstanding figures dedicated to equality in educational opportunity and integrity of educational standards have been added to the founding board of the university. Among these are Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the late President and presently a leading figure in the United Nations deliberations; Isadore Lubin. nationally prominent economist and statistician; David K. Niles, well-known adult education and civil rights leader; Israel Rogosin, New York industrialist and philanthropist; and Jacob Shapiro, veteran of the %  President Abram L. Sachar of Brandeis University chatting with a counselor of student activities and a student committee in the lounge of Smith Hall on the 100 acre campus of the Waltham. Massachusetts institution. World War II and Successful manufacturer. Particularly was the student body interested in the presence of "Benny" Friedman, Michigan football immortal and recently appointed director of athletic activities for Brandeis, on the campus. Friedman announced that athletic plans for the coming academic season would be restricted largely to intra-mural competition. Inter-collegiate competition will be launched within the next few years. Another phase of the Brandeis University development highlighted at the opening activities, was the nation-wide expansion of related Brandeis groups. The Brandeis Associates, local groups which serve the university in the role of "alumni" during its early years, have spread their activities south to Houston, Texas and west to St. Louis, Mo. The National Women's Committees, already boasting of a membership in the thousands, has spanned the continent with local chapters. The first undertaking of the women has been the stocking of the university library, to which they have added more than 15,000 volumes last year. Throughout the beginning exercises the basic educational concepts of Brandeis were emphasized again and again by administrative officials and faculty. Stress was placed on the significance of the Jewish sponsorship of the university and simultaneously upon the nonsectarianism of the institution in its academic curriculum, faculty, staff and student body. It was pointed out that the actual ratio of faculty to students for the academic year 1949-1950 is one to eight, one of the lowest in the country, permitting small classes, high instructional effectiveness and close relationships between teacher and student. Dr. Sachar in wishing the students success during the coming year's program, concluded his address by dwelling on the official motto of Brandeis University, "Truth, even to its inermost parts .", and urged the students to model their aspirations and behavior in accordance with the ideals of the late Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis, in whose memory the institution was named. HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman Beach Y Plans Square Dance A very active social season appears in the offing at the Miami Beach YM-WHA, according to Milton Sirkin, president. Plans for a number of affairs are now being formulated by the social committee. First on the calendar is a square dance to be held Sunday evening, November 6. Butter Ball Paige and his "Red River Boys" will furnish the music and provide entertainment. Working on arrangements for the event are A. Budd Cutler, decorations; Herman A. Binder, publicity; Warren Siegler, entertainment; Herb Wallach, tickets; Jack Lampert, admissions; Lorlee Mann and Sue Moss, refreshments. Y Staff Member Ethel Shapiro is also assisting. Other members of the social committee are Al Ossip. chairmain, Bill Goldworm, Vic Eber, Gertrude Miller. Marion Carver, Archie Kass, Nettie Lefkowitz, Leila Rosenthal, Joseph Malek, Fred Sewall, Ed Oka, Ethel Deutsch, Alice Bergson, Bea Damson and Jewel Laber. Admission is 60 cents for members and 74 cents for non-members. Tickets are now available at the Beach Y and may be obtained from committee members as well as from members of other Y organizations. There will be square and modern dancing. serve BORICHT ...buy R0K14CH SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rose Plumbing Co. 2765 N. W. 79th Street Phone 89-7747 To, t-'Cl vUGUST BROS R* e ** IS the btSTf fl MPNESDAY The FIRST motion picture based on the headline famed danger zone of the Near East / NiVERSAl INTERNATIONAL presents word ,n the Desert *THE WAR FOR THE LI&ERATION OF/SRAEL \MIAMhLINC0mil?AClf



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Je^ntncrkUan raDAV, SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 David Rosner Leases Delmonico Hotel For Ten Years; Dietary Laws To Be Observed David Rosner. famed operator of hotels observing dietary laws in Miami Beach and Atlantic City, announced the culmination of a life-time dream—his supervision of dietary laws in the setting of a glamorous luxury hotel. The hotel is the swank new Delmonico in Miami Beach, on the ocean at 64th St.. amid Miami Beach's newest and most beautiful oceanfront hotels. Rosner has closed a 10-year-lease on the Delmonico for approximately two million dollars and will take possession on Nov. 1. Some fifteen years ago Rosner leased from the Biscayne Collins Hotel in Miami Beach. With the northward growth of Miami Beach. Rosner's family associates and entire staff moved with him to the Astor Hotel on Washington Ave. The Astor became one of the hotels requisitioned by the government during the war. When hotels were returned to their owners. Rosner leased the Victor for five years. A pioneer in the field of Jewish public service. Rosner was eager to link ancient tradition to the most modern decor. He observed that Miami Beach was eclipsing the nation with new hotels so exqusitely designed for guests" rt that they left older hotels antiquated. To combine the oldest in tradition with the newest in beauty became his ann. and his search ended at the 151-room Delmonico. oceanfront hostelry built only last year in the exclusive North Beach strand. The Delmonico is completely air-conditioned. It is equipped with :".? own outdoor pool, cabana colony, dancing patio, marine m 13 B aV ^1 ;• 3 ^r Dr.rid Rosner X. Shore I nils Collwt $214 For Polio Foundation An error was made in the report of the collection of funds by North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter. B'nai B'rith. for the polio fund at their last meeting. Early reports indicated that $184 had been collected by both groups. A ] final check-up revealed that the | walk overlooking the ocean. 200;sum of S214 had been collected, feet cf private beach, a smart cocktail lounge, card rooms, a spacious and uniquely decorated lobby, terrace room for dancing and the Dolphin Room for dining. On the premises are a beauty and barber shop, valet, trained swimming staff and travel services. Season plans for the Delmonico's kosher operation include a •y of guest diversions, social director, dance-studio, popular music and water shows. Associated with Rosr.er in the new project are his wife: his son. lei. and Rosner's brother-inlaw and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sarr. Slotmck. Last year Rosr.er was elected vice president of Miami's Beth Jacob Congregation and is now a Beth Jacob director. He maintains 1 a winter home on Prairie Ave. in Miami Beach. In that area, he ha; become well-known Drama. Panel Discussion To Be Aired Tomorrow • My Song. Yankee Doodle." the latest episode in the radio series "Stories To Remember." will be presented over station WVCG. Coral Gables, tomorrow at 5 p.m. Participating in the fifteenminute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be Dr. Jess Spirer. coordinator of the guidance center. University of Miami, who will serve as moderator: Mrs. Elsie Delaney. principal. Riverside Elementary School: Mrs. Sam Silver. Coral Gables ; clubwoman; and David H. Cohn,| assistant director. Florida regionI al office. Anti-Defamation League j of B'nai B'rith. Starring the noted actress Helen Claire. "My Song. Yankee Doodle" presents the story of a voung Chinese boy whose refusal to relinquish his rights as an American wins him the companionship of his schoolmates. The "Let We Forget—Stories To Remember" series is presented each Saturday over station WVCG. with live panel presentations following the dramatized transcriptions, through the Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith and Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League. I The 'Stories To Remember series was produced by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League. Board To Meet A board meeting of Sholem Lodge Women of B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Milton Wasman. 2610 S.W. 5th Ave. Plans for the forthcoming membership drive will be discussed and refreshments will be served. Gables Group To Hold Yom Kippur Concert. Dance Sisterhod of First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will celebrate the closing of the Yom Kippur holiday with a concert and dance at the Coliseum Monday at 8 p.m. Pierce Mande and his orchestra will play. Also on the program will be the choirs of the Hollywood Jewish Center and the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. They will render special arrangements of Palestinian folk songs under the leadership of Mande. Oklahoma Tournament Aids Children's Hospital An Oklahoma tournament and canasta games session will ^ 3 Wednesday at 1 p. m at the v !" ty Club atop tne Alcazar Ho J The tournament is beine Zsored by Mrs. Sid Whi wh being aided by Mrs. Edna fu" man and Mrs. SelmaT Frted aP_ Donation will be one dollar anrf all proceeds are earmarked ** the South Florida Children's £ p. al. Tickets may be obtained hC calling Mrs. White atS Mrs. Chapman at 5-1016 or Z Variety Club. Prizes w 11 g 2* of at the by rhn e H Wo me {i' s c !" tt [of the Children's Hospital. for his philanthropies and his genuine and generous interest in corr.rr ur.::v welfare and turned over to the Polio Fund | organization by Sol Schwartz. | collection chairman of the evening. President Mark Silverstein and Mrs. Mark Silverstein. presidents of the two organizations, indicated that further efforts would be made to send additional contributions to the Polio Foundation in the future. Board To Meet A meeting of the board of the Beth David Sisterhood has been called for Wednesdav at 1:30 p.m. at the Talmud Torah. 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. by Mrs. Harry Gordon, president. Gables Center To Sponsor Danee The Coral Gables Jewish Community Center will sponsor a Yom Kippur night dance Monday at 9 p.m. at the new temple building. 320 Palermo Ave.. Coral Gables, according to Herbert Gelernter. president. There will be prizes, music, dancing and refreshments. Mem' bers and friends are invited to attend. Llf -i.-irci ErUtd Authoritatively Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Ufa. In*. Co. •07 Biicayna Bids Ph. S 4616 or 9981 See or phone me for yeur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Violin Lessons with Pierre Mande oi the Paris Conservatory 3134 S.W. 21st Street Phone 48-7247 AJ LOW AS AH MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. • f -. -, I -3435 Approved by GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Joseph E. Kackovsky, Director Demand SINAI NEW RESIDENCE OF RAMUU MSAAC Iff. 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%  SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 M7 Tropical BB Women To Hear Dr. Michelson Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, will speak to members of the Tropical B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday night at 8:30 at the Hyde Park Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. A. Blackman, chairman of the chapter Hillel committee, is in charge of the program. Nero passinately loved to play the bagpipe, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Gables Women Elect Officers Mrs. Arthur Borak was elected president of the Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at a recent meeting of the organization at the home of Mrs. Leon Honig. Others elected to office were Mrs. Paul Zerler, vice president; Mrs. Nathan Bernstein, secretary; Mrs. Ben Friedman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Murray Barson, treasurer. Installation will take place at a luncheon in the near future. Making plans for their first fund-raising dance are the members of Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women pictured here. Above are (1. to r.) Mrs. Irving Cohen, co-chairman; Mrs. Melivn Benner publicity chairman; Mrs. Louis Grossman, chairman; Mrs. Irving Goodman, ticket chairman. The affair is slated for October 9 at 8:30 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel and will feature a floor show as well as dancing. Traditional Education Council Formed A council for the furtherance of traditional Jewish education, to be called the Traditional Education Council, was organized at a recent meeting of the principals of religious schools at Beth El, Beth Jacob. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and Knescth Israel. "In view of the fact that these congregations have a decided traditional point of view regarding Judaism." a spokesman for the group said, "it was felt that there were numerous avenues for united programs and activities for the ultimate goal of maintaining a traditional Judaism. "The activities of the council," the spokesman continued, "are in no way intended to duplicate anything already being done in : Jewish education in our community." The council will sponsor two joint Succoth parties to be held Tuesclav. October 9 at 4 p.m. Studmts of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will attend the party at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., while 'students of Congregation Beth I Jacob will attend the affair at Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave. Pupils of each school {will participate in the joint pro' gram. Children's Corner Grows From Nursery To Grade And High School Colonial Children's Corner, established in 1940, has grown from a small nursery and kindergarten school to an institution which today also includes a grade and high school. According to A. D. Zweibel, director, the school's program of "life-adjustment education" is designed to emphasize character and personality growth. "Merely teaching children the three Ks and a few skills is not enough, he says. "To meet the requirements of living in today's complex world much more is needed. CALL 4-7485 FOR SOLAR HEATER HELP! REPAIRS, TANK REPLACEMENTS AND ELECTRIC BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN COLONIAL CHILDREN'S CORNER RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1849 JAMES AVE. MIAMI BEACH Established 1940 Nursery thru High School • Approved Academic Program • Nursery and Pre-Primary Education • Credits Transferable to All Schools • Small Outdoor Classes—Attention to the Individual Pupils Child Guidance Lunch and Transportation Psychological Counseling of Parents COLONIAL CHILDREN'S CORNER is now under the direction and supervision of Mr. A. D. Zweibel. educator and administrator "i the Newark, N. J. schools and psychological counselor in the Alfred Adler Consultation Center. New York City. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN For Information — Visit the School, or Call Beth El Meeting Congregation Beth El will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., according to an announcement by Sidney H. Palmer, president. Nominations for all elective officers and board members will take place at that time. Children must develop courage, reliability, resourcesfulness and a sense of responsibility." Zweibel has had more than thirty years experience as a teacher and school administrator. He was educated in New York City schools, received his bachelor's degree from City College of New York and his master's from New York University. He has also taken graduate work at Columbia University. He holds teaching licenses in New York, Newark and Jersey City and has taught in Jewish religious schools. For several years Zweibel served as a psychological counselor at the Alfred Adler Consultation Center in New York. There he worked with adults who required psychological therapy and maladjusted children. Zweibel is planning a series of meetings with parents so that a harmonious parent-child-teacher relationship may be established. KINDERGARTEN Register Now / Ages 3 to S'/i YTS. I Tuition surprisingly nominal lor our unusual spacious sot-up. MX School B^pjp 1010 West Ave. MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCING The Sculpture Workshop MODELING CARVING DISPLAY TECHNIQUES Afternoon & evening sessions Individual instruction by HELEN LEE BARCLAY Registration all this month 1611 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-0409 BEST BUTTER //OP FOR #UNH '^^^HEALTH ER EGGS ^phea^ yf&


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 JenisHk>ritfiiw PAGE SEVENTEEN JWV Units Directed To Apply Quarantine Treatment To All Subversive Elements Jewish War Veterans' units throuqhout the country were directed to apply a "quarantine treatment to public appearances of, or utterances by, communists, fascists and all other subversive elements. The directive was issued by the JWV's national policy committee, which announced that all series of meetings throughout the country." ( Dorfman said his organization "was determined to avoid any repetition of the occurrences at Peekskill that were far more useful to extremists of the left and the right than to the overwhelming majority of Americans who have learned that communism and fascism can only be dealt with effectively by turning to law and legislation." units of the organization were bring "prohibited from initiating or participating in any public demonstration which poses a potential consequence of riot or public disorder." A Jewish War Veterans' post may request permission to participate in a public expression against communism or fascism, the regulation went on, but may not undertake action without the sanction of a special three-man committee. The directive said the following conditions would govern any authorization for a JWV post to take part in a public demonstration against communism or fascism: In instances involving a parade or public meeting, the anti-subversive demonstration "must be set at such a distance as to assure against physical contact of audiences attending the separate meetings." An "a priori consideration of any demonstration against communism or fascism must be the assurance to any participating JWV unit that such a demonstration will not serve to evoke racial or religious bigotry or un-American, anti-democratic expressions." JWV posts were told that failure to comply with the directive would "constitute a violation of discipline." The order added that JWV posts would be obliged "to abstain or withdraw from participation" in any group demonstration against communism or fascism of a nature inconsistent with JWV policy. Myer Dorfman of St. Paul, Minn., national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, said the directive was being issued "in the light of recent incidents at Peekskill, N. Y., and because Paul Itubeson and his sponsors have announced they are planning a JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Balkin Author Of Magazine Article "Miami Beach Hits Bias," an article by Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B nth, is featured in the September issue of the National Jewish Monthly, B'nai B'rith's official national publication. Tracing the educational and social action campaign which led to the recent adoption of the Miami Beach Anti-Discriminatory Advertising Ordinance, the article commends the Miami Beach city council for its democratic action in enacting this measure to advance harmonious community relationships. Legal sanction for the Miami Beach anti-discriminatory advertising ordinance was obtained through the passage by the Florida Legislature at its regular 1949 session of a special enabling act authorizing the measure. Since the passage of this ordinance, all three of the "restricted" signs which were present in Miami Beach at the time of adoption have been voluntarily removed, Balkin has announced. U-M Symphony To Open 22nd Season The University of Miami announces the twenty-second season of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, with Modeste Alloo, music director, who is entering his eighth year as it conductor. Program provides for nine pair of symphony concerts on Sunday afternoons at 3 o'clock, and Monday evening at 8:30, with the following soloists: Vina Barnden, pianist, October 30 and 31; Helen Traubel, dramatic soprano, November 20 and 21; Genette Neveu violinist, December 11 and 12; Jesus Maria Samroma, pianist January 22 and 23; Lauritz Melchoir, heroic tenor, February 12 and 13; University of Miami Chorale, March 5 and 6; Jean Bedetti, violincellist, April 2 and 3; William Primrose, violist, April 23 and 24; Frank Edwinn, basso, May 14 and 15. The university is also sponsoring the following extra concerts: United States Navy Band, matinee and evening performances, October 11; lecture by Mary Garden, December 17; Budapest String Quartet, in two different programs, January 5 and 6; Margaret Truman, lyric soprano, with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, February 19 and 20; Edwin Franko Goldman, guest conductor of the University of Miami Symphonic Band, February 28; Nelson Eddy, baritone, song recital, March 27. Morris To Attend Spanish War Vets Meet In Tampa Hy M. Morris of Miami, commander of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, has been invited to attend the national encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans, to be held in Tampa from October 8 to 13. The encampment is being held under the auspices of the General Joe Wheeler Camp No. 2. with E. I. Weil as chairman of the encampment committee. It will open with a banquet at the Columbia Restaurant at 7 p.m. on October 8. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN *Jcnist ncrktiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ->n :54 g '.I : I 1 t ,i fM %  • ii : %  • 1 I • : I Ifay the New Yea: 3:.r.g Continued Glad Tidings About the Growth ir.i Proff*** :f Israel—A Yea.ol Peace a.-.d Joy :: All Jewry—Health tad Happiness Pot Ever. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl and Daughters BARBARA, PHYLLIS. MARCIA. BERN1CE Limited Sales Tax to Go Into Effect Nov. 1 TO ALL A HAPPY S F. W Y E A ?. IDEAL ROOFING • GREETINGS TO ALL RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS Phone 78-34132 RAY Mill sill IT METAL WORKS 1085 N.W. 36th STREET MLAM1 37. FLA. GEORGE P. KABNEGIS Royal Raking Company 601 N. W. 7th Street •EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 2160 N.W. 21st St. Ph. 3-8795 to enact the lim ted tax law prompts me to outline at once the genera, plans policy my office exp~; I in administering t: "We expect to -'-•dure simple and complications so it % % %  '.'. little burden as peschants and the pu plead for the help c I cooperation of every rnew venture in F cannot do a creditabl) carrying out the laassistance of merer.. who are to aid this tt lecting the tax. "I am hopeful thi I papers, radio stal '• ficials. civic and tr.-. help me make ken, people the basic facts and encourage ccn.r.. "We will have emr are courteous. helpful. A limned tint u! be needed to frame thrules of procedure to be f 1-• — we intend to move r the job before us. C suggestions will Wl WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS & PATRONS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR COMORO CAFETERIA 1921 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Last Coast Fisheries. Ine. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge II ARHY'S SERVICE REPAIRS TIRES — T U B E S Lubrication Specialists 4198 N.W. 36th Street Ph. 88-1201 G R E E T I N G S Day Fnone 3-0819 Night Phooe 7-7115 DADE REFTVISHERS FURNITURE SAND BLASTING & TROPICAL REFTNISHING 3240 N. W. 27th AvenueB. D. KNDSCHADLEP. M F. SCALES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 2-8918 SAREZE ORIGINALS GEORGE B. FELLER Mannfacru'-e'-s of Exclusive Sponaicear BEACHWEAR 2605 N. W. 2nd Arenue Miami 37. Florida over sixty mrt— y Miles NERVINE Male* Nervine U a mild W*5 Satire that help* eewthe : %  %  rwrow darttotSowand*-Askvourd-" !l a gtouioc Mllea Nenr.ne. Have it oo band and £ prepared next time ten* Serve. threaten to Bt>P



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pnAV. SEPTEMBER 30, 1949 vJenist Ihsil, u PAGE NINETEEN Letters To The Editor I iiinformed The Jewish Floridian Dear Editor: Cantor Feder's attack on my statement regarding "cantorteachers," "shamos-teachers was unwarranted. My statement was not directed against him nor t Rev. Mamches, because •heir qualifications in terms of sraduation from a recognized teacher Training Institution are k„< n to me. They are the exceptions, not the rule. Generally speaking, cantors .are not qualified to teach. This holds true for Miami, as well as for other cities. This is no reflection on cantors cantors—and when it comes to that, I am not qualified to pass judgment, ,„ Cantor Feder himself has not made up his mind yet whether he is a si xton, a cantor or a teacher. der for Jewish education to be more effective, we need fully au fied Jewish teachers, pronals, dedicated to the sole task of teaching. n congregations wish to economize. combinations are made. First they look for the cantor, and then they inquire into his teaching qualifications. It is not the reverse. If the cantor is a Qualified teacher, the children are lucky. If not. it is just too bad for thr education of the children. Cantor Feder must recognize that is a principle involved, namely, that of raising the dignity of the Jewish teaching profession and of providing our children with the best teachers possible. Cantor Feder indirectly made aging remarks about the Bun IU of Jewish Education and casl 'loubt on the bureau's effectiveness. The bureau's record for itself and needs no deWhile the Bureau of Jewish Education has always welcome I criticism during my five incumbency, the criticism had to be based on knowledge of the facts involved. I am afraid i r Feder does not know enough about the Bureau of Jewi ,t ion's activities to be able to judge its usefulness to the Jewish schools and to the 1 Jewish community. Sincerely yours, A. P. GANNES. Director, Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education. Courageous Mr. Harry Simonhoff Jewish Floridian Dear Mr. Simonhoff: The board of directors of the Coral Gables Zionist District convened September 14, 1949. At that time your column referring to the Readers' Digest article "Israel's Flag is Not Mine" was discussed at great length. The board wishes to go on record to laud you for your excellent, courageous, and enlightening refutation of the Lillienthal article. It was a splendid expose which we hope will reach many of the Readers' Digest readers. Very truly yours, Zionist Org. of America, Coral Gables District, Polly J. Beane, Sec. Armando Gerstel To Become Bar Mitzvah Armando Gerstel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, 1023 S.W. 13th Ct., will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Armando will conduct services, read from the Torah and address the congregation in English and Yiddish. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is president of the junior congregation of the synagogue and a student at Shenandoah Junior High School. A reception will follow the ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Best Wishes For A i HAPPY NEW YEAR Guarantee Sanitary Systems 3211 S. W. 22nd Terrace Phone 83-3970 Hadassah Unit To Meet October 10 Miami Group of Hadassah will start the autumn season with an open house membership meeting on Monday afternoon, October 10, at 1 o'clock in the Biscayne Room of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. David Hess, membership chairman, will welcome all new members. The program will be opened with a prayer offered by Mrs. Samuel Chernoff. The film "Naomi Says Yes" will then be presented, to be followed by a skit with the Mesdames Harold B. Cohen, David Hess and Sylvia Bush in the leading roles. An interpretation of the Succoth Festival will be given by Mrs. Simon April. Refreshments will be served. Imprisonment in ancient Rome was used only to detain a prisoner until tried, when he was either killed, physically punished, or freed. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron and Family TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bidone 1334 18th Street Miami Beach A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL $ SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC. "MIAMI'S FOREMOST APPLIANCE STORE" 136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-2493 I GREETINGS TO ALL i MORRIS, JACK and HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-5197 RICCIOS ITALIAN & AMERICAN Restaurant "The Finest Italian Cuisine in America" New Beautilul Banquet Room with facilities for all Anniversaries and Parties Phono 7-6937 or 7-9555 Wl i re Miami Meets the Beach for Dinner. Wl N E. 79th St. on the Causeway The Blue Grass Room open all year around. Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. 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MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BISCAYNE LAUNDRY "Put Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems In Our Hands" 231 11th Street Miami Beach HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy, Inc. FROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street P hon 7 1667 Phone 2-9406 Night Phone 7-4539 BOB JERNIGAN & RAY LEWIS ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS WELDING ROAD SERVICE 1600 N. W. 7th Street Miami, Fla. NEW YEAR GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Ruiiders — Contractors 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 BEST WISHES FOR THESE YOUR HOLIDAYS Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Let Shim Carlson Build You An ANCHOR FENCE 1091 E. 26th St.. Hialeah Phone 88-5118 One Block Off 79th St. on Seaboard Airline R.R.



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PAGE TWENTY *j&MiktfflatL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER an 191 Release Of New Anti-Violence Pamphlet Is Announced By Florida ADL Office Release of the new booklet entitled "How To Stop Violence! Intimidation! In Your Comunity" in Miami and Florida is announced by Gilbert J. Balkin. director. Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. A handbook of legal weapons against mob violence, the booklet was prepared by Morris Abram and Alexander F. Miller and published by the Southern ADL office, with headquarters in Atlanta. Georgia. •'Liberal strides have been made all over the South, and we of the South are proud that our leadership, in the main, is guiding our efforts towards the goal of en'.ightened progress. The evolution of the South has on occasion been retarded, but not for long. Among the enemies who would retard this process of conscious evolution are terrorist organizations," states Judge Emanuel Lewis, chairman of the Southern regional ADL board, in his foreword to the booklet. -How to Stop Violence! Intimidation! In Your Community" was prepared in answer to the manv requests for information about legislation, either existing or proposed, on this subject. The booklet discusses the several tvpes of laws to curb terroristic organizations, the background of the laws and the ways in which these laws can be used most effectively. Model laws illustrating each tvpe are contained in an appendix at the end of the booklet. Several of these laws, notably the anti-mask bill and the anti-cross burning bill, have been enacted in 22 communities in Florida. Georgia and Tennessee, and Alabama recently passed the state anti-mask act. Balkin pointed out that Florida communities have taken the lead in the adoption of model anti-mask and anti-crossburning ordinances. Among the Florida cities enacting such legislation have been Miami. Miami Beach. Coral Gables. South Miami, Miami Shores, Tallahassee. Bartow, Tarpon Springs and Atlantic Beach. Commenting on the booklet. Judge Lewis points out that, while it is realised that legislation cannot make morals, nor can it control mores, the activity promoting legislative action and the legislation itself can and do influence public thinking and most certainly form an important part of the expression and implementation of public opinion. The gap between law and law enforcement is clearly recognized, and the responsible citizen is charged with the responsibility of causing this gap to be closed and insuring that GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof rapairad now; you will iivt on %  now roof laUr "Satiafaetory Work by Exporloncod Men" 414 W. 22nd Avra PHONE 4-nai Wire Fence Xj^t 20 FEET OR ^S. 20,000 Easy Terms law enforcement officers are held responsible for the just and effective discharge of their duties. "While we of the South have contributed our full share of the problems resulting from discriminations, this booklet is another demonstration that we also are contributing more than our full share toward the solution of the problems of bigotry," says Judge Lewis. Alexander F. Miller is well known in the Miami area, having served as director of the Florida regional ADL office during the war years. Morris Abram is a practicing attorney in the city of Atlanta, a graduate of the University of George and a Rhodes scholar. Gables Lodge Launches Third Bowling Season The third consecutive bowling season has been launched by the Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at the Playdium Bowling Alleys, it has been announced by Bill Hechler, bowling league president. The lodge sponsors a B nai B'rith tournament between eight teams of five men each with trophies to the winners. The Coral Gables top scoring team is entered in the Playdium business men's league. Other officers of the bowling league are Alvin Corenblum. vice president: Gene Seidler, secretary: and Nat Lawrence, treasurer. Other B'nai B'rith Lodges and outside clubs may secure matches with the Gables team by contacting Alvin Corenblum at 48-4022. Tanenbauni Is FDR I nit Prexy Joseph Tanenbaum has been elected president of the FDR Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Men. I it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson. executive director of, the B'nai B'rith Council. Other officers of the chapter are Walter Traurig. vice president' David Seibler, corresponding secretary: Marshall Bernard, secretarv; Norman Frank, treasurer: Herbert Lowe, parliamentarian; Murrav Cohen, sergeantat-arms and Martin Wetstein. assistant sergeant-at-arms. The group, composed of young men between the ages of 18 and 26 who endeavor to carry out the community service programs of the national organization, recentlv presented a program of entertainment for the youngsters at the National Children's Cardiac Home. ^ Manischewitz Plans Bakery In Israel NEW YORK—Chaim Pomerantz, technical adviser of the B. Manischewitz Co.. sailed for Israel this week with D!ans to build a large plant for making matzohs for Israeli Jews. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM Ftt REST COWVALCSC It*d AMS aavxac uiu iaa aw ao~ eoutrr gtl uiaMi-rLORlPA. William Penn's father wrote the first code of tactics for the British Navy. EDWIN WILSON the FENCE MAN FACTORY TRAINED ERECTOR 3252 South West 23rd Terrace Phone 4.Q606 Miami Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3585 REV. I. FABER PROMINENT MOHL Performs brism according to the Laws of Moses and Israel. ^^^_^ CALL 2-3369 311 S. W. 9th Avenue Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. KJA. THURS. AJ*. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St MIAMI TOP son. CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Asy Kind Phone 44)335 1813 SW. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirate Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C*~.EC two Telephone 5-9017 LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. Linen Shower Planned In answer to an emergency call for linens and baby layettes for newcomers to Israel, Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will sponsor a linen shower Sunday, November 13, at 8 p.m. at Congregation Kneseth Israel (formerly the old Miami Beach Jewish Community Center) 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Admission will be by donation of linen or items for baby layettes. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story Wftite Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 i^rLet BERNIE SAFFERl Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the othJ thousand details for y 0 J Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, I gagements. Lawn Partie Cocktail Parties, Childre Parties, Meetings, Buffets. I A Complete Cater,ng SerriJ PHONE 9-0573 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Oft Miami Avel Kenholz Kosher Meat Products] Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Ahneria Ave.) Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue General Office—Olrmpia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-37201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY, Sales Director MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction I ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. 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Miami, Fla
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September 30, 1949

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^viislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 22NUMBER 39
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Yom Kippur Services To Begin Sunday At
Sundown At Greater Miami Synagogues
Greater Miami Jewry is expected to fill local synagogues Sunday
at sundown for the Kol Nidre services which mark the beginning of
Yom Kippur. Memorial (Yiskor) services will be held at all houses
Df worship Monday morning.
In Miami Orthodox services will be held at the following
synagogues: Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.; Israelite Center, 3346 S.W
24th St.; Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 S.W. 12th Ave.; NW
Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St.
Among the Miami synagogues where Conservative services will
be held are: Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. and S.W.
3rd Ave., between 26th and 27th Roads; First Jewish Congrega-
tion of Coral Gables, Coliseum, 1500 Douglas Road, Coral Gables;
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, Coral Gables Woman's Club, 1000
East Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 West Dixie Highway, North Miami; and West Miami Jewish
Center, Biltmore Hall, 1000 S.W. 67th Ave., West Miami.
Only synagogue on the mainland where Liberal services are
scheduled is the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave.,
Coral Gables.
Reform services in Town will be held at Temple Israel, 137
N.E. 19th St.
In Miami Beach Orthodox services will be conducted at Beth
Jacob, 301 Washington Ave.; Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.; Hebrew
Academy, 918 6th St.; Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.; and Young
Israel Synagogue, 4001 Chase Ave.
Miami Beach Conservative places of worship are: Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave.; North Shore
Jewish Center, 7126 Abbott Ave.
Liberal services in Miami Beach are slated for Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.
Reform services will be conducted by Temple Isaiah at the
Robert Richter Hotel, 3301 Collins Ave.
In Hollywood Conservative services will be conducted at Holly-
wood Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St.
Ft. Lauderdale's Temple Emanu-El will hold Reform services
at its sanctuary, 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Israel Asks UN To Limit Jerusalem
Commitments, Wants Recognition
Of Israel Government In Holy City
FLUSHING MEADOW, (JTA)-Aubrey S. Eban, Israel's
permanent delegate to the United Nations, in his first speech to
the General Assembly this session, this week revealed that his
government will propose that the Assembly limit the United
Nations commitment in relation to Jerusalem to safeguarding the
Holy Places and initiating such
$24,000 Pledged To Home For Aged
Fund-Raising Drive At Luncheon
Seven leaders of the Jewish
community pledged approximate-
ly $24,000 to the $300,000 build-
ing fund of the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami at a
leadership luncheon held yester-
day at the Saxony Hotel.
Iniiial contributors were: Jacob
Sher. Harry Levine, Carl Weinkle,
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dan Ruskin,
Max Orovitz and Marcie Liber-
man.
Judge Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the home and chairman
of the campaign, announced that
the next campaign function will
be a cocktail party at his home
on Tuesday night, October 11.
This function, at which no so-
lication will take place, will be
for the campaign "co-hosts," a
term that has been coined to
designate those campaigners who
will serve as table captains at'
the dinner scheduled to take place
on Sunday, November 6, at the
Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach.
This dinner, to which Governor
and Mrs. Fuller Warren, and the
mayors of Miami, Miami Beach
and Coral Gables, and their wives,
have boon invited as "uests of
honor, will mark the inaugura-
tion of "Honor the Aged" Week.
Observance of "Honor the
Aged" Week, begun by the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged is spread-
ing throughout the state and may
take the proportions of a national
week" according to Milton S.
Malakoff, campaign director and
originator of the "Honor the Aged
week" idea.
In calling upon the community
to observe "Honor the Aged"
week. Judge Spaet said it was in-
tended to focus the attention of
the public on the plight of the
aged in this area. The Jewish
ttome for the Aged, he said, has
a Present enrollment of 38, with
some 32 elderlv men and women
unable to get in because of lack
f room.
When the new home is con-
structed, Judge Spaet declared,
e present waiting list consist-
lnB of several who have been
waiting for admittance for more
uian a year, will be virtually
eliminated.
r.iIjlans for the new home in-
clude such modern facilities as
sp'aria and sitting rooms, attrac-
tively Turnished areas where resi-
dents can conduct entertainment
Programs, and work at their leis-
ure on such projects as arts and
crafts, needlework, ceramics, etc.
"giving them an all-important
sense of being useful, productive
human beings despite their ad-
vanced years," said Leo Allen,
executive director of the home.
Space will also be set aside in
the new building for special
facilities such as X-ray, physical
therapy and examining rooms and
office for physicians and dentists,
according to present plans. A
section of the new building will
be devoted to the care of those
aged who are bedridden for long
periods of time.
American Stand On
Jerusalem Revealed
FLUSHING MEADOW, (JTA)
The policy of the U. S. govern-
ment on the status of Jerusalem
was outlined last week at the U.
N. General Assemblv bv Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson.
"In the view of the U. S. gov-
ernment, the assembly should
adopt a practical plan for a per-
manent international regime in
the Jerusalem area and for the
protection of, and free access to,
the Holy Places." he said, address-
ing the Assembly. He expressed
the hope that "the General As-
sembly will be able to act suc-
cessfully upon the report of the
Palestine Conciliation Commis-
sion in respect to Jerusalem."
Expressing satisfaction that
"active hostilities" in Palestine
have ended with armistice agree-
ments between Israel and the
Arab states, Mr. Acheson said he
was hopeful that progress will
be made in moving beyond the
armistice stage to that of a real
and permanent peace. "Eventual
agreement between the parties,"
he stated, "is essential for the
political and economic stability
of the area."
Conncil Women To Hold
19th Triennial Conclave
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will hold its 19th triennial con-
vention in Baltimore from Oct.
23-28, it was announced last week.
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
"
1W Hr. Falaert
Again It is ny pleasure to send my greetings
and best wishes to the press of Aoerica on the occasion
oX national Newspaper Week.' I like your slogan wry
such. Freedom does Indeed go where tbe newspaper goes.
All of ue should be eternally grateful that we live in
a ooontry where f reedon of the press is Ruaranteed ae
a fundamental right.
Very aincarely youro,
tr. Howard Falaar,
Chairaan,
National Newspaper tfoek,
New York press Association,
Syracuse 10, New lork.
Pitcured above is President Harry Truman's letter to Howard
W. Palmer, chairman of National Newspaper week, which is being
observed October 1 to 8. This year's observance marks the tenth
anniversary of the week. Slogan for 1949 is "Freedom Goes Where
the Newspaper Goes."
formal agreements with the State
of Israel as may be necessary for
the implementation of these safe-
guards. "My government aspires
to full international recognition
for the political status of the
government of Israel in Jeru-
salem," he added.
Explaining Israel's reasons for
its position he declared: "A solu-
tion along these lines would have
the following advantages over
that proposed by the U.N. Con-
ciliation Commission: it would
rest on consent and therefore
present no problem of imple-
mentation or enforcement; it
would terminate the period of
doubt and potential conflict that
has already lasted too long; it
would be financially and admin-
istratively feasible; and it would
terminate the period of doubt and
potential conflict that has already
lasted too long; it would be fi-
nancially and administratively
feasible; and it would simul-
taneously give complete satisfac-
tion to the interests of the great
world religions and of the people
of Jerusalem. In these conditions,
an era of peace and development
would descend upon the Holy
City while the United Nations
would stand forth as the ultimate
and accepted guarantor of its re-
ligious immunity."
Mr. Eban also criticized the
progress report submitted by the
U.N. Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission. He quoted from the com-
mission's early statements to the
effect that it would attempt to
achieve a result in conformity
with its instructions from the As-
sembly and one which would at
the same time be acceptable to
both parties. But, he stressed, the
commission has since come up
with a plan for the international-
ization of Jerusalem which has
never been discussed with the
government of Israel. "Nor was
it at any time the subject of ne-
gotiation with representatives of
the population of Jerusalem," he
continued.
Also criticizing the commis-
sion's proposal for the demili-
tarization of Jerusalem, he
charged that it has failed to take
two facts into account. Firstly, he
insisted, the removal of both
Jewish and Arab forces which
surround it on three sides and
which once before almost caused
the downfall of Jewish Jerusalem.
Secondly, he stated, such a pro-
posal would violate the armistice
agreement which "exclusively
governs the security situation ill
the whole Jerusalem area, includ-
ing the disposition and reduced
size of armed forces."
Recalling a public anouncement
by President Weizmann made
earlier this year which offered
to insure full security for all re-
ligious institutions and to grant
supervision of the Holy Places to
the U.N, Mr. Eban pointed out
that Israel had expected in re-
turn that the international com-
munity would recognize the re-
sponsibility of Israel in the ad-
ministration of Jewish Jerusalem.
Discussing the refugee prob-
lem, Israel's representative noted
that not a single one of the Arab
states themselves had undertaken
any responsibility for a solution.
He declared that Israel had de-
cided to contribute to the U.N.
relief fund for the refugees, to
reunite Arab families separated
by war, and to undertake a meas-
ure of repatriation as part of a
regional program of resettlement.
He said these offers came from
Israel before any Arab state had
taken on any commensurate re-
sponsibility. He also announced
that Israel is preparing to cooper-
ate closely with the,U.N. survey
group in its attempt to work out
a short and a long range solution
for the Arabs.
The representative of Israel be-
gan his address by paying high
tribute to the United Nations for
many achievements, one of which,
he pointed out, was its endorse-
ment of the armistice agreements
between Israel and its Arab
neighbors. He also declared: "I
pledge my government to con-
tinue with zeal and perseverance
its efforts" to reach a final settle-
ment in Palestine.
Dr. Charles Malik of Lebanon
drew a grim picture before the
Assembly of the prospect of war
again in Palestine. He said that
there can be no guarantee that
Jerusalem would not "be perhaps
altogether destroyed, if the Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission
plan for internationalization of
Jerusalem is not carried through
by the Assembly."
Any plan which concerns itself
only with the internationalization
of specific sites within Jerusalem
"is not consistent with the inten-
tion of this Assembly in previous
resolutions or with the wishes and
interests of the three world reli-
gions," Dr. Malik told the As-
sembly. "There can be no safety
or security for the Holy Places
within Jerusalem," he added, "un-
less the whole city is removed
from the sovereignty of either
party now occupying it."
The Lebanese delegate ex-
pressed the view that the session
of the General Assembly might
offer the last occasion "to remove
Jerusalem permanently from the
danger of further damage or de-
struction, and to satisfy the deep-
est desires of the Chrfstian world,
as expressed repeatedly in recent
months by His Holiness, the
Pope."
British Foreign Secretary Ern-
est Bevin, who spoke at the As-
sembly, following Mr. Eban,
omitted all reference to the Pal-
estine situation.
Rites Held For
Mrs. Morgenthau
NEW YORK, (JTA)Funeral
services for Mrs. Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr., wife of the general
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal who died last week, were
held here at Temple Emanu-El.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt delivered
the eulogy.
Messages of condolence weie
received by Mr. Morgenthau from
President Truman, members of
the Cabinet and other high gov-
ernment officials and prominent
figures in the U. S. Similar mes-
sages were sent to the U.J.A. gen-
eral chairman from officials of
the Israel government and Jew-
ish leaders in this country.
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On the 2nd day of Rosh Hashona I sat in the
Synagogue listening to the Haf Torah. I am aware
that among the intelligertsia it is good form to scoff
at the miraculous, especially if found in the Torah. I
beg leave to quote some excerpts out of this cele-
brated 31st Chapter of Jeremiah. Perhaps some in-
tellectual of the left wing brotherhood may offer a
clarifying explanation.
A voice is heard in Ramah,
Lamentations and bitter weeping.
Rachel weeping for her children;
She refuseth to be comforted for her children
Because they are not.
(The Nazis exterminated six million for no ap-
parent reason.)
Thus saith the Lord:
Refrain thy voice from weeping.
And thine eyes from tears
For they shall come back from the land of the
enemy.
And thy children shall return to their own border.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. J
Jewish History: Mystery And Miracle
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The people that were left of the sword
Have found grace in the wilderness
Even Israel, when I go to cause him to rest.
Again will I build thee, and thou shall be rebuilt.
O virgin of Israel:
Again shalt thou be adorned with thy tabrets
And shalt go forth in the dances of them that make
merry.
And shalt thou plant vineyards upon the mountains
of Samaria
The planters shall plant and shall eat the fruit
thereof.
For thus saith the Lord
Sing with gladness to Jacob
And shout at the head of the nations;
Announce ye, praise ye. and say:
"O Lord save Thy people
The remant of Israel." ... ,
Behold I will bring them from the north country.
And gather them from the uttermost parts of ne
earth- ....
Thev shall come and sing in the height of Zion
And shall flow unto the goodness of the Lord
To the corn, to the wine, to the oil.
And to the voung flock and the herd:
Their soul shall be as a watered garden
Thev shall not pine any more at all.
Then shall the virgin rejoice in the dance
And the voung men and the old together;
For I will turn their mourning into joy
And will comfort them, and make them rejoice
from their sorrow.
Mav I remind these clever chaps that these lines
were'not written by a learned Rabbi living today in
Israel. They were inscribed on parchment some 2600
years ago.
A Strange Course
Yes. there is something uncanny about the Jewish
storv. Everything seems to happen in reverse. Every
normal people live on their soil for centuries; grad-
ually thev develop into a nation and form a state.
Jews start with the indicia of a full fledged nation
and then seek their land. And each time they seem
to follow the same pattern.
The Exodus from Egypt
Under Moses and Joshua, they forsook the most
developed, civilized state the world had yet known.
Was it because the children of Israel went through a
horrible experience in slavery? But they suffered no
more than the natives themselves. Like Soviet Russia,
Ancient Egypt was a slave state. At the behest of
Pharaoh, who was regarded with the veneration the
Soviets show for Stalin, the proletariat built th
pyramids, the Temples, the obilesks, the cities of th
Nile valley. Why our Semitic ancestors reacted t*
tyranny differently from the Hamatic stock hus n t
yet been explained. Perhaps they couldn't reskt .i?
urge to create a religion and a state. e
The Second Commonwealth
A thousand years later, the center of power shift
to the Mesopotamian valley. Here the Jews fnUIS
themselves in the enlightened pleasure loving' mot,
politan centers of Babylonia, Persia. Media ChalHoJ
There is little or no record of persecution Ant?'
Semitism in its modern sense is unknown Yet
contingent of "Zionists" under the leadei-hin nf
Prince Zerubabel set out for the deserted hlpsir
Judean hills. In desolate Jerusalem, they set'un tn
Second Jewish Commonwealth. But the Ezras and
the Nehemiahs held high office in the Royal court
What forces impelled these favorites of the Persian
King to cast their lot with the humble immigrants
on Mount Zion has not yet been ascertained We
know that the majority of the well-to-do remaiiwH
in Babylon. cu
Medinas Israel
The Third Jewish Reich was founded before our
very eyes. We are too dazed to realize how it all
happened. In 1945 the Nazis were still sufficatine
Jews in the gas chambers of Belsen, of Dachau of
Aushwitz, of Buchenwald. Three years later the
British Empire and the Arab-Moslem world were
all set to crush the half million Jews in Palestine
The Church of Rome was unsympathetic, the Ameri-
can Oil empires were antagonistic, the anti-Semites
of all nations were hostile, liberal public opinion
generally was apathetic. Yet on May 14th, 1948, Ben
Gurion proclaimed the Republic of Israel.
If the story of any other people contains greater
mystery or more miracles, I would like to hear it.
FDR Chapter Will
Hold Paper Drive
FDR Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Memn. will conduct a
"paper drive." proceeds of which
will be sent to the Polio Founda-
tion, according to Chairman Joel
Vogel.
Members oi the group will pick
up paper at any designated ad-
dress in the Miami area.
Persons wishing to contribute
paper to the drive may call Vogel
at 2-9473 for truck pick up. Ac-
cording to a statement issued by
President Joseph Tanenbaum. the
drive will continue for a full
month with all members of the
service organization participating.
Schwartzman To Speak
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Greater Miami
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
be the speaker at the luncheon
meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. today at 12:15 p.m. in the
Downtowner nesiaurant.
Subject of Schwartzman's ad-
dress will be "Fundamental As- (
sumptions in Jewish Education.'.
Schwartzman. who has been j
prominent in the educational i
field in many Eastern cities, re- [
cently assumed his duties at the
bureau.
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race of mankind, according to
the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
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..ihie* Lodge To
Hold AIM. Might'
"ADL Night." featuring an ac-
tion demonstration of the pro-
gram of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. will high-
light the meeting of Coral Gables
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. to be held
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the new
Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
Palermo Ave.. Coral Gables.
Gilbert J. Balkin. director.
Florida regional office. Anti-De-
famation League, will report on
the league's program for com-
batting intolerance and advanc-
ing democratic group relations.
An exhibit of the audio-visual
materials, books and literature,
and other program aids utilized
by the league in building good
human relations will be displayed
at the meeting.
Ted Wayne. ADL chairman.
Coral Gables lodge, is in charge
of arrangements for the meeting.
Louis Saperstein Dies
Louis Saperstein, 63, local
builder and father of Miami
I Beach Assistant City Attorney
(Albert Saperstein. passed away
I this week. He lived at 738 15th
[ St.. Miami Beach.
Besides Albert, his survivors
include his widow; sons. Milton
and Julius; brothers. Max and
Isaac: sisters. Mrs. Dora Sedon
and Mrs. Gertrude Jaslov, and
four grandchildren.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman offici-
BBG To Hold Tea Sunday
B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter No.
14 will hold its semi-annual mem-
bership tea on Sunday at the
home of Miss Carole Jaffee on
Biscayne Point, Miami Beach. A
Dr. I. Q. program entitled "Be
Bright Girls" will be presented.
ated at services which were held
at Riverside Memorial Chapel in
Miami Beach at 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day.
Medical Program To Be
Heard Sunday Night
The Dade County Medical As-
sociation announces the seventh
in a regular weekly series of
health education programs over
station WTTT. Sunday night from
8 to 8:30 p.m. The subject for dis-
cussion in this week's forum will
be: "Mental Illness (1. Physical
Disease)."
Participants will be Dr. Paul
Kells. psychiatrist: Dr. Franz
Stewart, internist: Dr. John Turk.
general practitioner: and Dr. Mar-
garet E. Robins, consulting psy-
chologist for University of Mi-
ami.
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Rabbis To Spearhead Membership
Drive To Be Conducted By Zionists
Miami rabbis have been drafted .Support the state of IsraeI
to spark plug and spearhead the Joining the Zionist Organization
coming fall membership drive for of America!'"
the Miami Zionist District, ac-
cording to Sidney L. Segall, presi-
the district. During the
the sound-
dent of
Yom Kippur services,
ing of the Shofar will be the
clarion call for Zionist member-
ship, he said.
Segall has urged the rabbis of
Miami to make a strong appeal
tn their respective congregations
ocated in the district, urging the
jews of Miami to join the organ-
'" Never before in the history of
modern Dolitical Zionism has
There been a greater need for in-
creasing membership in the Zion-
ist Organization of America,
Segall said. "A ereater interest in
The Zionist problems can be best
stimulated by bringing in new
members to the ZOA. In numbers
"here is strength. Our slogan is
Beth Sholom Men
Will Hold Forum
A forum on socialized medicine
will be conducted by the Men s
Club of Temple Beth Sholom on
Thursday night at the Temple,
Dr Alexander Robbins, chairman
of the program committee, has
announced. .
Subject for discussion will be
President Truman's program of
socialized medicine. Jack A. Ab-
bott, president of the Civic Lea-
gue of Miami Beach, will act as
moderator. .... m
Participating in the forum will
be Dr. Jack Q. Cleveland, vice
president of the Dade County
Medical Society; Dr Edward R.
Ann is. member of the Speakers
Bureau of the Dade County Medi-
cal Society; Merritt Gilman, chair-
man of the American Association
of Social Workers; Chester M.
Wright, first president of the
Mental Health Society of South-
eastern Florida.
A business meeting will pre-
cede the forum. ______
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Registration Open
At Hebrew High
The Hebrew High School, con-
ducted by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, is now open for reg-
istration.
The school provides a higher
Jewish education for children
who are graduates of a recogn-
ized Talmud Torah or those with
an equivalent education. Con-
ducted in Hebrew, the curriculum
includes Bible and Rashi, Pro-
phets, Mishna, Hebrew literature
and grammar.
In the past three years, the He-
brew High School has grown to
25 students. This year the Hebrew
High School has been centralized
so that the students may receive
the maximum of educational
benefits derived therefrom. All
classes will meet at the Penin-
sular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St.
The student body consists of
graduates of thre local congrega-
tional schools, the Beth David,
Beth El and Miami Beach Jewish
Center. This year two former stu-
dents have left for Yeshiva Uni-
versity to continue their studies.
Hy Pomerantz of the Bureau
of Jewish Education staff, is in
charge of the school. Further in-
formation may be obtained by
calling the bureau office at 3-5858
or 9-0489.
United Jewish School Moves To New
Enlarged Quarters At U-M Campus
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, chair-
man of the Board of Education of
the United Jewish School, an-
nounced this week that Sunday
School classes originally conduct-
ed at the North Campus of the
University of Miami will move to
enlarged quarters at the new
building on the main campus be-
ginning Sunday. Classes will be
held in the south wing of the
modern main building, 1200
Campo Santo Ave., Coral Gables.
Registration of children rang-
ing from ages 4 to 15, for both
Hebrew and Sunday School, will
be taken on Sunday in room
S-101. All parents are urged to
register their children at the
United Jewish School so that they
may derive the full benefit of the
educational program offered. The
curriculum includes Jewish his-
tory, customs and ceremonies, the
Bible, Jewish songs and dances.
A full adult program (includ-
ing classes in Jewish studies) and
a daddies club are being planned
for those parents who bring their
children to school on Sunday
mornings.
The United Jewish School is
co-sponsored by the First Jewish
Congregation of Coral Gables,
Flagler Granada Jewish Center,
Israelite Center and West Miami
Jewish Center. Anyone wishing
further information is asked to
call Dr. Blumenthal at 4-7828 or
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
3-5858.
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Gulf states in early autumn, ac-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, lfcg
EDITORIAL
More Members
The Miami Jewish Community Center, formerly
the Miami Y, this week inaugurates a concen-
trated effort for new members. The organization
was one of Miami's earliest and the stamping--
ground in yesteryears of today's business cr.z
civic leaders. Starting with an insignificant mem-
bership of 13 in 1933 the Center's roster has
grown with a consistent and solid pace and to-
day has a membership considerably over a
thousand. This is substantial in view of the fcrrr.er
Miami Y's confining itself to Miami proper.
The Center's popularity is cttestea to by the
tremendous participation in its all-around pro-
gram which has already overtaxed the new
faculties.
The Miami Jewish Community Center's war-
time responsibility was without precedent
Through a group oi volunteers it carried on cr.
outstanding defense program for cil men ".a
women in the crmed forces.
The Miami Jewish Community Center today
conducts programs to meet the needs of ell cge
groups, from Nursery. 2!2 years to 6 years of zze
to the Golden Age Club, for fifty years and over.
By so doing it has earned commendation end re-
spect in presenting a program that is flexible and
comprehensive to serve both young z-z eld.
Under experienced direction the Center c
community-minded organization, sensitive tc
changes that take place constantly in communal
interest, harmonizes differences, and helps in
constructive communal action. Without giving up
the fundamental principle of membership cr. on
individual basis, the Center has increasingly be-
come the meeting piece for communal group*
of vcrrlous kinds.
During the wartime it serviced on the far-front
ct home. Today it is serving the entire community
in a splendid program cf diversified activities to
suit all needs and ell aaes.
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Ccr. t Even Our Bones Be Left In Peace?
benefit by joining. We urge the support of the
entire Miami Jewry in assuring the Miami Jewish
Community Center 500 new members.
-.
is parnCUJ
r.y
interesting to note that the ,'ewish motif is p:e-
the Nursery school the tots ere taught about the
rich heritage c: cur Jewish people. The teen-agers
the young adults and the G;lden Age Groups
bare bad vzrricus programs in dramatics, cats end
crcrts and music cf a predominantly Jewish
nature. A person coming to the Mi cm: Jewish
Ccmmun.ty Center knows he is coming to a
Jewish piece because of the type c: program that
takes place mere.
Added membership, particularly at this time
can serve as an imp-: rt ant asset to the Miami
Jewish Community Center. As it grows in size and
service the organization must hove more leader-
ship, more community partclpction.
The goal is 500 new members ell of whom can
The Right To Speak M'p
Ever since the rise of Israel there has been con-
fusion in the minds of some American Jews re-
garding their relationship with the new state.
Even some of Israel's best friends have felt that
the establishment of Jewish statehood marked the
end of a path. Some have felt that since the new
baby has demonstrated such a remarkable walk-
ing ability at an early oge. it was no longer their
affair to guide, or counsel or guard the newcomer.
Some,' harboring under erroneous conceptions, be-
lieved that while they were morally justified in
extending all philanthropic aid to Israel they
would be wanting of true devotion to country if
they es much as whispered that they were con-
cerned with matters other than material aid to
the new state.
The motivation behind that attitude is under-
0iire M'p Jerusalem? Sever*
There is nothing new in the proposals o' the
United Nations Conciliation Commission for ft
internationalization of Jerusalem. The scheme wo*
fathered by anti-Jewish forces as soon as it be-
came universally recognized that a Jewish State
in Palestine was inevitable.
The Jews of Jerusalem and of Israel have re-
sisted and will continue to resist all attempts to
deprive them of the most holy city in Jewish
history. If internationalization means what it
authors profess it to mean, no Arab Legion would
have been permitted to enter the confines of the
holy city and Jerusalem should not have been for-
saken by the international community.
The Jewish population of Jerusalem was com-
pelled to defend the city of David with its own
blood. It has had its bitter taste of "internation-
alism" and it is fed up with it
The Conciliation Commission was subsequent-
ly formed to "conciliate" and to prepare a new
feasible plan for the status of Jerusalem. It has
submitted no such thing, for it failed to bring the
Jews and the Arabs together and it has not pre-
pared any workable or justifiable new plan. There
is no justice in a proposal that purports to tear out
the very heart of the new State of Israel and de-
prive the Jews the world over of their eternal
spiritual capital. There is no feasibility in a plan
which attempts to force the Jewish people of the
new city, representing 95 per cent of the total
population, to submit willingly to alien control.
There is no force except the brutal force of the
sword, that can make Jews at new Jerusalem to
surrender their city.
This is not the first time that our enemies have
tried to deprive us of our national dignity, to deny
us our historic land, our holy shrines and the very
existence as a people. Jewry throughout its his-
tory has fought these enemies and we have now
reached the last pangs of redemption, "Chevley
Mashiah."
Let Jerusalem not lose heart. The victory is
near. The sons of our people everywhere will not
forsake it and will not lay down the "arms" till
the city of David will again become the capital
of Israel, the purified seat of the "Shechinah" of
our universal people.Daniel Frisch, President
Z.O.A.
standable. However, if carried far enough it c-
only lead to abandoning Israel when it needs
friends most. As Americans we are w:th country
whenever there is a conflict of interest between
Israel and the United States. But as Americans we
have the moral and legal right to express our
views what American policy should be toward
any nation or state.
Message From Rabbinical Association lrq Minister
Attacks Jews
We wish
repeat
at this time if the year the following un-
uumoui resolutions f :_r Rabbinical A-- .... sr.d urge the
people and orgamzatiir.s :: :_r :immunity t: be gu.ded by them:
1 Jewish boys shiuld have it least f.v: vears if firmal re'i-
gions training before attaining Bar Mitxvah ir Tw -.-ears of
religious school itter.iinre ir the:: equivalent in a >le private
Hebrew tutoring will be required befire a Bar Mitzvah selebrat r.
will be permitted in a Sabbath in any { the synagogues centers
:r temples cf Greater Miami and its environs
We. of course, recommend that both t ys and ;.:ls receive a
Jewish education for the same length :f time as. aha rir.; irr.itar.t
with their public sihul educatur..
2. We urge all Jewish rrgar.izatur.* to respect the sanctity if
cur Sabbat-s and H .; Days, and ti refrain from any manner cf
public meeting cr function other than attendance at religi us
services on these days
Jews Objeet To ,>nv St. Loots
Criminal Identification Svsteni
-.g'.y urged
sr.ou.d c-e circuit-:. ..-. ::r.s-ir.ar.ie w.th the traditional
Kasha-nth.
4. We urge that Jewish ;; us red Institutions su:h as the
Jewisr. Kime fir t.-.e Aged and the Mt. Sir.ai Hiscital shiuld be
equipped to supply kosher food to those whim they serve.
5. The Jewish community, sir.ee the creation :f our pe-inle. has
always been a 'kingdom of priests and a holy nation." The syna-
gogue has always been the renter if Jewish life We therefire urge
that every Jewish family be affiliated with a Jewish congregation
in the community.
Those who take advantage :f the many services which syna-
gogues offer throughout the year without sharing in the responsi-
bility for the maintenance of these institutions are taking unfair ad-
vantage of the democratic nature of cur congregations, and weaken
the solidarity and significance of-the Jewish : immunity.
We recommend tc every Jewish family unit in the community
that it select the type of congregation whose ideology is nearest tc,
its heart and which best serves its needs Let each family affiliate
itself with that congregation on a year round basis.
More than we give to our faith, our faith will return to us
and ours.
We wish the entire community a happy year filled with spiritual
advance and achievement
Dr. J H Kaplan. President.
__ Rabbi M Mesche'.off, Secretary.
FLUSHING MEADOW. (JTA)
In a strong attack on the Jews.
the Iraqi Foreien Minister. Dr.
M. F. Jamali. told the U. N. Gen-
era'. Assembly that "there can
be no lasting peace in the Middle j
Fast until a lust territorial settle- 1
rr.ent is made in Palestine." Dr
Jamali whose speech formed a
part of the Asembly's general de-'.
cate. made it clear that by a just
settlement he meant the' return
:f all Arab refugees to their
firmer homes in Israel
Declaring that there is no
room for bargaining or haggling."
he called on the U. N. to "er.f rce
its authority r. the Jews'" to
make them "recognize Arabs'
- tc Palestine" He stressed
his : mviction that "material
t: the suffering refugees, no mat-,
ter how vital and urgent, can'
never be a substitute for a just'
-""-- *Peedy territorial settlement
which must be brought about:
first."
Quoting American press re-1
I ports. Dr Jama'., a: ruse-d the Jews
f "-' Nit 'a reign
if ternr" and "annihilation of
masses : Arabs including m tea
j and children" He implied that
'- mic s ur\ ey rr.issi n r :-.--
sently at work in the Middle East
I be meant to evade the pri-
mary problem of "dispose.-
and recalled that his government
had not participated in the Laus-
anne conferences because it did
r. 11 believe negotiations were pos-
sible on the issue of "Arab rights."
Israel las< night became the
thirthy-tbird member state of the
U. N. to sign the Convention on
Privileges and Immunities. Dr.
i Ivan Kerno. Assistant Secretary-
General, accepted Israel's instru-
, ment of accession to the conven-
tion from Aubrey S. Eban. per-
manent Israel representative to
the U. N.
WASHINGTON. (JTA 1 Jews 1
are not considered to be "white
Americans" in a newly-adopted
criminal identification svstem de-
veloped by the St. Louis police
with the cooperation and approval
of the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation.
The St. Louis rogues' gallery
has been replaced by a modern
key punch system in which a
perforation is made on line 2 of
the card if the arrested persona
happens to be "Jewish." A "white
American" has his card punched ,
on line 5 of the same column. A
1 sesman fcr the FBI described!
the new system as the "most pro- 1
gressive" in the country, and law ;
enforcement officials have pre-;
dieted that it will ultimately be
installed by police departments |
on a national basis
While the religion of Jews is
listed, there is no record made
of the religious background of a
Catholic or Protestant prisoner.
T.-.is listing is viewed by Jewish
sources with alarm and resent-
ment, and is considered an of-
ficial affront.
A delegation of Jewish and
Italian-American leaders will call
on the mayor and police chief of
st Louis to protest the new svs-
tem of criminal identification in-
stalled there, it was learned this
week. The new system, which
lists Jews and Italians separately
from "white Americans." has
been condemned as flagrantly dis-
criminatory-
Lt. Andrew Aylward. head of
,the St. Louis police department's
bureau of records, who developed
I the new identification system,
said this weekend that criminals
are listed as Jewish only as an
aid to identification. Asserting
that detectives sometimes report
that victims identifv criminals as
"apparently Jewish," Lt. Aylward
.._red that "by using this class-
ification we increase the possi-
ility of quicK identification." He
also' maintained that a similar
system is in use in the New \ork
state police department and in
several big city police depart-
ments in the state. .
The St. Louis police officials
allegations were denied by New
York state police Lt;
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Identification Bureau in Albany
said that JNew York state uses a
system in which no Dotation 01
religion is carried.
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inclusion of the "Jewish classi-
fication had brought no protest n
St Louis. "I am concerned to
hear that it has caused any con-
cern among the Jewish P>P *
he said, adding: "If it is cauauig
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Miami Jewish Community Center To
Launch Membership Drive October 5
Plans have been completed for
a city-wide membership drive to
be conducted by the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center (formerly
Miami YM-WHA) from October
5 to 19. Irving Saal, chairman of
the drive, has announced. During
that period more than 150 per-
sons will be engaged in contact-
ing Jewish residents to become
members of the organization.
"I urge those Jewish people in
Miami who are not members of
the center to join immediately
because it is the focal point of
Jewish social life in our com-
munity," Saal said. "Here the
voung people of town, the older
folks as well, meet to share a
few hours of pleasant company
and at the same time to partici-
pate in a diversity of activities to
suit their age needs and tastes."
Leon Kaplan, president of the
center, stated that the center pro-
gram includes: pre-school nursery
for children IVz to 5 years of age,
Mondav to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6
p.m.: for children 6 to 12 years
of age, Monday to Friday, girls
club, boxing, boys football league,
Tuesday and Thursday ballet les-
sons, roller skating and library,
Friday afternoon fun-fest to be-
gin October 7; for teen-agers, 12
to 18 vears of age, Tuesday eve-
ning dance, club groups, dancing
lessons, vocational guidance, holi-
day festivals, varsity basketball,
football and volleyball teams,
youth council; for adults, Mon-
days monthly forums and bridge
tournaments, Tuesday and Thurs-
day afternoons, women's calis-
thenics, for oldsters, 50 years of
age and over, Golden Age Club
which meets every Sunday, be-
ginning October 23, birthday
parties, entertainment, guest
speakers, dancing, weekly forums,
arts and crafts, dramatics and
choral group.
A preliminary discussion of the
membership campaign took place
at a luncheon given by Maurice
Grossman for the members of the
Women's Activities Committee
last Thursday at Colonial Shell
Room on Biscayne Blvd. Plans
were discussed in detail, especial-
ly the role the women will play.
Present were Kaplan, Saal. and
the Mesdames Louis Auerbach, Al
Goldman. Ruth Nurenberg, Sam
Seitlin, Ada Glasser, Leo Sheiner,
Abe Cutler. Max R. Silver, Paul
Sobel, Maurice Waldorf. Monroe
Gelb. Nathan Dubler, and Rueben
Rochkind, Belle Greenberg, and
Alice Wilson.
The Miami Jewish Community
Center is a participating member
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
'Jmisti noridiaun
PAGE FIVE
Irving Saal
Youth Program
Will Highlight
BB Meeting
A program of original dramat-
ics, humorous skits and musical
entertainment will be presented
by members of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organizations at the next
meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Wednes-
day, at 8:15 p.m. at the Delano
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The program will feature sons
and daughters of many of the
prominent B'nai B'rith personali-
ties in the Miami Beach commun-
ity, according to Miss Selma
Lewis, youth director for Greater
Miami.
The annual youth month pro-
gram has been presented at seven
different lodge meetings in the
past month in an effort to stim-
ulate interest in citizenship train-
ing on the part of B'nai B'rith
groups.
Irving Schatzman, chairman of
the lodge membership committee,
will report on plans for the South
Florida membership drive to open
officially on October 13. Mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Women's
Chapter have been invited to at-
tend the evening of entertain-
ment. David R. Isen, president,
will preside.
Dr. Gottschall Resigns As Director Of
National Conference Christians, Jews
- Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall,
Florida regional director of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews and head of the Miami
Round Table of the organization,
resigned from his position at a
meeting of the Round Table on
Wednesday.
Dr. Gottschall will leave here
October 17 to take over the di-
rectorship of the Philadelphia re-
gion of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Dr. Gottschall came to Miami
four years ago from Washington,
D. C, where he served as national
director for the conference pro-
gram with the armed forces for
four years.
The project which Dr. Gotts-
chall takes the greatest pride in
was the initiation of the steps
which led to the founding of the
first department of human rela-
tions in the United States at the
University of Miami.
Dr. A. W. Gottschall
San Francisco Harbor, deserted
by crews that had gone hunting
gold, according to the Encyclo-
paedia Britannica.
American Jewish Congress Launches
Leadership Institute Here Otober 11
William D. Singer, president of Miami. Subject: "Using Law and
Temple Ladies
Will Hold Tea
First event on the fall calendar
for the Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah Is a membership tea tc be
given Thursday in the penthouse
apartment of Mrs. Aaron Cour-
snon. A card party and earning
fund afternoon is scheduled also
for October at the home of Mrs.
Ann Berry, the date to be an-
nounced.
The group is also making plans
for a membership tea to be held
on November 2 at the Delano
Hotel. In charge of this affair are
Mrs. Courshon, who is member-
snip chairman, and Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness. Assisting them will
oe the Mesdames Jack Brodsky,
c in1? Keyes, Samuel Hohauser,
W Schreiber, Abe Schonfeld, Jay
Jacoby, Benjamin Tupler, Julius
lack lmutter and Irving Pol-
.'" Preparation for a bazaar to
ar v. id-"1 the winter the ladies
>e holding sewing sessions every
luesday evening at 8 o'clock at
'he temple.
.j Chanuka party is on the cal-
endar for Dec. 21 and on Jan. 21
annft Wl11 be a costume party
,:"? buarn dance sponsored by the
s'sterhood.
A Purta, party is on the Febru-
U iag!nda- The Donor luncheon
in March and Passover Seder
Jn April.
n^**- yan Ness is president of
eorganizatin. Other officers are
ver^^y- Mrs- Benjamin Sil-
Drid rs; Berrv- Mrs- Keyes, vice
Pre idents; Mrs. Schonfeld, rec-
anting secretarv: Mrs Mrri<=
MDC6
secretary; Mrs. Morris
C *?cial secretary; Mrs. Ho-
Snl c i5m-ancial secretary; Mrs.
CoLk reiber- treasurer; Mrs.
,u'snon, membership chairman;
thairman. P'an' aUar lom"'
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, will be the guest speaker
at the opening session of the lead-
ership institute to be sponsored by
the American Jewish Congress
chapters in Greater Miami be-
ginning Tuesday evening, October
11 at the Jewish Community
Center of Miami.
Designed as a program of four
lectures and discusions on leader-
ship and responsibility in Jewish
communal work, the Congress
Leadership Institute will offer an
authoratative background and ap-
praisal of the most urgent ques-
tions being asked in American
Jewish life today.
Sessions will be held alternate-
ly on Tuesday evenings at the
Jewish Community Center of Mi-
ami and the Miami Beach Y. Reg-
istration is $1, good for admission
to the four sessions. The institutes
will be as follows:
Opening session, October 11,
1949, at the Jewish Community
Center of Miami. "The American
Jewish Community Leader."
Guest speaker, William D. Singer,
president, Greatetr Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mr. Singer will review the
major problems and opportunities
facing the American Jewish com-
munity today, and the role of the
American Jewish Congresspast
and present. This session will also
include an analysis of political,
economic and cultural trends, and
the impact of national Jewish or-
ganizational movements and their
effect upon the local communities.
Second session, October 18, at
the YM and YWHA of Miami
Beach. Subject: "Our Aims For
Cultural Democracy." Guest
speaker, Donald Sprague, associ-
ate professor of Human Rela-
tions. University of Miami.
Third session, October 25, at
the Jewish Community Center of
Sisterhood Formed
At N. Shore Center
The Sisterhood of the newly
organized North Shore Jewish
Community Center, 7126 Abbott
Ave., Miami Beach, was organ-
ized at a meeting this week.
Mrs. Samuel Donin was elected
temporary president of the group.
Others elected to temporary of-
fice were Mrs. Melvin Pazol, vice
president; Mrs. Melvin Altman,
secretary; Mrs. Gussie Glick,
treasurer: Mrs. Dorothy Berger,
corresponding secretary.
Slated to serve on committees
are Mrs. Sam Jaffee and Mrs.
Pritt. hospitality: the Mesdames
Charlotte Pritzert, Leo Steinman,
Lester Lasky. Hilda Brissman,
Mrs. Jaffee, Emily Ragone. Es-
ther Sussman, Sally Goldman,
Kessler, membership.
First project of the new organ-
ization will be the establishment
of a Sunday school.
General Will Speak
Major General William J. Dono-
van will speak on "Has Washing-
ton Let the DPs Down?" Monday
at 7:45 p.m. on Dr. Kurt Singer's
program over station WMT&
Social Action For Progress."
Guest speaker: Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, prominent attorney
and civic leader.
Fourth session, November 1, at
the Miami Beach Y. Subject:
"World Peace Plans and Possi-
bilities." Guest speaker: Dr. Kurt
Singer, noted author, radio com-
mentator and lecturer.
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The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation extends hereby best
wishes for a Happy New Year rj21Q nO'fl" "IC3
to the whole of the Jewish Community, and warns the Jewish population:
1. Not to be misled by words such as Kosher. Strictly-Kosher. Frishe Fleish, or
an insignia such as the MOGEN DOVID, six-pointed star;
2. That only retail meat and poultry markets which have the sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth are endorsed by the Vaad;
3. That any chicken market where the Shochet does not have the plumba of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth fl 1 D J to affix on the chickens is not
endorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot guarantee the
Kashruth;
4. That the following are THE ONLY LIVE POULTRY MARKETS where the
Schochtim are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad:
MIAMI
Ideal Live Poultry Market (Wholesale Only), 155 N. W. 5th St.
Sam's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail) 2011 S.W. 8th St.
rear
(These are the only Miami Live Poultry Markets endorsed by your Vaad)
MIAMI BEACH
Berman's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 87 Wash-
ington Ave.
S & H Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 320 Collins Ave.
Gutman & Lapof Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 325
Collins Ave.
Malter's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 436 Collins Ave.
5. The following are the only meat and poultry markets endorsed by the Vaad:
MIAMI BEACH
Malter's Meat and Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
Kaplan's Meat and Poultry Market, 552 Washington Ave.
Herman's Meat and Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Lobel's Meat and Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave.
Hoffman's Meat and Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Royal Packing Co. (Wholesale Only) 739 15th St.
MIAMI NORTHWEST SECTION
Dade Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 159 N. W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 230 N. W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Provision Co. (Wholesale and Retail) 230
N. W. 5th St.
Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. (Wholesale Only), 50 N. W 14th St
MIAMI SOUTHWEST SECTION
Sam's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 322 S. W. 12th Ave.
Quality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St.
S & M Kosher Meat and Poultry Market. 804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
Southwest Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1007 S. W 27th Ave
MIAMI CORAL WAY SECTION
Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
Parkway Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1255 Coral Way
6. That the Schochtim in all other live poultry markets who claim to hav*>
Kosher-killed poultry are neither supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad-
7. That retail meat and poultry markets that do not have the sign of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are NOT endorsed by your Vaad
Any further information concerning Kashruth mav be obtained bv calling mn<
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595.
HARRY SfRKIN, Pres.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN, Secy.
S. LOBEL. Treom.
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PAGE SEVEN
Tobie Jacobskind
Gets Youth Post
Tobie Jacobskind, a native Mi-
amian, has recently been named
the teen-age and youth director
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center, formerly the YM-YWHA.
She will head all youth activities
for the coming year.
Miss Jacobskind was graduated
in June of this year from the
University of Miami, where she
studied journalism and educa-
Tobte Jacobskind
tion. While at the university, she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority and in May was
awarded the sorority's senior
plaque for outstanding activities
and scholarship. An honor grad-
uate, she was elected to Who's
Who in American Colleges and
Universities; Lead and Ink,
honorary journalism society; and
Nu Kappa Tau, highest women's
honorary on the campus. At the
spring honor assembly she was
the only girl to receive the Sigma
Delta Chi, men's professional
journalism fraternity, scholarship
award "for four year's of out-
standing work," and the Ameri-
can Legion Damon Runyon medal
for the highest average among
students in the School of Jour-
nalism.
She was graduated from Miami
Senior High School in June, 1945.
In high school she was active in
many extra-curricular activities
and was a member of National
Honor society, Quill and Scroll,
national high school journalism
honorary; and Thespians, nation-
al dramatic honorary. She was
very active in the BZB chapter
of B'nai B'rith girls and held dis-
trict as well as chapter offices.
As a youngster, Miss Jacobs-
kind belonged to the YMHA Girl
Scout troop, has belonged to Y
clubs for many years, and was
active in formulating the first
Youth Council of the Y when she
was in high school.
In high school she edited the
school column for the Miami
Daily News and has worked on
the staff of The Jewish Floridiar
during the summers. She also
worked for two years as coun-
selor in the YMHA summer day
camp.
Her duties now consist of lead-
ership in the teen-age program
and the youth council as well as
the afternoon recreational pro-
Rram for children of public school
age.
Miss Jacobskind lives at home
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Jacobskind, at 1765 S.W.
Kith Terr.
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Temple Youth To
Dance Tomorrow
A dance and entertainment will
be presented by the Temple Isaiah
Young People's League tomororw
at 9 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel,
18th and Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Featured on the evening's pro-
gram will be a variety "Talent
Hunt." Each contestant entering
will receive a prize.
Judges of the contest will be
Harold Shapiro, Aaron Courshon,
Julius J. Perlmutter, Ben Tupler,
and "Silver Dollar Jake" Schrei-
ber.
Lillian Stein, coloratura so-
prano, will entertain and an ex-
hibition on the art of hypnosis
will be presented by Sy Lippman.
Al Kullick will serve as master
of ceremonies.
Chairman of this affair
Sampling barbecue on the grounds of South Florida Children's
Hospital is the family of The Jewish Floridian staff member
Corrado LoZito, 6307 N.E. 2nd Ave. The LoZitos were among the
7,500 South Floridians attending the barbecue party held last Sun-
day as part of the drive to raise $183,000 to complete and equip
the nearly finished hospital. With Mr. and Mrs. LoZito are Patricia,
4. and John, 6.
Zelma Marcelle Bandler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew S. Bandler of Coconut
Grove, will enter Rollins Col-
lege as a freshman this semster.
She plans to major in art. Miss
Bandler. who graduated from
Miami High School this sum-
mer, was a member of the Mi-
ami High School band.
The word grocer originally
meant one who sold by the gross,
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Youth Council To
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The Youth Council of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
will sponsor a teen-age dance
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the center
building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.,
Tobie Jacobskind, newly appoint-
ed youth director, has announced.
Five pieces of the Miami Edison
swing band will play for dancing
and entertainment will be pro-
vided by the Esquire Club.
Other member groups of the
council and their committees in-
clude: Tri Beta, publicity; Chi
Kappa Chi, decorations; TYS,
hostesses; ALS. name tags; Sigma
Rho, registration; AZA No. 322,
refreshments.
Admission is 25 cents for non-
members and 15 cents for mem-
bers.
Evelyn Ell. Assisting her are Sy
Lippman, Eleanor Keys, Ralph
Stein, Shirley Union, Muriel
Greenberg and Phyllis Nagle.
Hostesses include Janet Sklaw,
Barbara Levine, Carroll Bern-
stein, Henreitta Rosenthal and
Gloria Berry.
Scalping, practiced by some
American Indians, was painful
but not necessarily fatal, since
the part taken was usually a
small circular patch of skin just
back of the crown of the head.
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Silverman-Grayson Rites
Take Place In Syracuse
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grayson,
726 N.E. 75th St.. have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Ruth Fyrne. to Searl Joseph Sil-
verman. The ceremony took place
September 4 at the home of the
bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Brickman. in Syra-
cuse, N. Y.
The marriage was solemnized
by Rabbi Benjamin Friedman, as-
sisted by the Rev. Isaac E. Simon
and Rabbi Samuel Yalon.
For her wedding the bride'
chose a gown of ice blue with j
Personally Speaking
Mrs. S. J. Silverman
satin bodice and drapery over
Chantillv lace skirt. Her veil was
of ice blue nylon and she carried
a bible topped with a white or-
chid and stephanotis.
Arnold Grayson. the bride's
brother, was best man for the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silver-
man of Syracuse. Ushering were
Alan Brickman and Morton Sil-
verman.
Miss Ruth Brickman kept the
bride's book. The bride's mother
was attired in navy sheer with
orchids.* while the senior Mrs.
Silverman wore cloud gray with
orchids.
The former Miss Grayson was
graduated from Cornell Universi-
ty and is a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi.
The bridegroom, a maena cum
laude graduate of Syracuse Uni-
versity, is working for his Ph. D.
MR. and MRS. FRANK GLAZER
2383 Flamingo Drive
and
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Harry Zimmerman. 2547 S.W. 14th St., returned to Miami
after a three-week stay in Camden. N. J.. with his children.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newman. On September 9 Mrs. Newman
gave birth to a baby boy, Arnold F. Mrs. Zimmerman will re-
main in Camden until after Yom Kippur. The Zimmermans
celebrated their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary Monday.
-*
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Clark and son, Alan Marshall, of
Trenton, N. J., are visiting Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Marshall, 3760 N.W. 1st St. The Marshalls are former
residents of Trenton.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clark of Trenton, N. J.. are guests at
the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Dr and Mrs. Frank S. Cole, 923 Escobare Ave., Coral
Gables, announce the birth of a daughter, Shelley Ann. on
September 15 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The mother is the
former Betty Luby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby of this
city.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob de Koven, 1839 James Ave., Miami
Beach, have returned here after spending the summer in their
Northem home in Michigan City, Ind.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis of Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
N. C, arrived here recently to spend the winter season. They
are residing at 1224 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach.
* *
Ruth Biotman, who left in July to attend the Canadian
Authors and Press Convention, also visited in the Laurentian
Mountains, Montreal, Ottawa, Detroit and New York, where she
gave several concerts. Miss Brotman will arrive in Miami Beach
after the High Holy Days to resume the seventh season of the
Beaux Arts Bureau management and her tenth season of voice
classes.
* *
Mrs. Sam B. Miller will leave next week to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Greenberg, in Birmingham, Ala. She will be
gone about a month.
* *
Miss Sylvia Liebovit of West Palm Beach has enrolled at
the University of Miami. She is the daughter of Mrs. T. Rose
Liebovit of that city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner have returned to their home in
West Palm Beach after attending the wedding of their niece,
Miss Millicent Gruner, in New York.
* *
Arthur Liebovit of West Palm Beach recently left for Costa
Rica to attend the Inter-American Institute of Agricultural
Science there.
* *
Evelyn Bauer has moved from the Sagamore Hotel, where
she has been vacationing since her return from Blue Mt. Camp,
where she served as counselor for six year old boys and as
camp escort for Florida children to and from the camp. She is
now residing at 2870 Pinetree Dr., Miami Beach.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Bluestone of Hollywood anounce the
birth of a son on Tuesday, September 27, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
* *
Mrs. Ray Frisco of Carrabelle, Fla., is spending the holidays
as the house guest of Mrs. A. Bergei, 1124 S.W. 4th St.
* *
Helen Friedheim and Carolyn Freedlund of Belle Glade
recently left for Tallahassee, where they will attend Florida
State University.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff were honored at a reception last
night in honor of their ninth wedding anniversary.
Irving Weinsteins, Meyer Greenbergs
United In Double Wedding Ceremony
~%
Mrs. Irving Weinstein
Zohn and Joyce Brandbier were
flower girls.
A reception followed the cere-
mony. Guests books were kept by
Miss Ruth Saal of Miami and
Miss Helen Cohen of Brooklyn.
The former Estelle Levy grad-
uated from Atlantic City Hieh
School in New Jersey. Estelle
jGrenberg graduated from Miami
Senior High, is a member of Tri
Beta Sorority, and is on the
teachers staff of Beth David
Synagogue.
Mr. Weinstein graduated from
Baltimore City College. Mr.
Greenberg graduated from Miami
Senior High School and now at-
tends Miami University where
he is majoring in accounting. Both
are members of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. _. .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weinstein
went to Havana. Cuba, on their
wedding trip and upon their re-
turn will reside with the brides
Mrs. Meyer Greenberg
A double wedding ceremony
united Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wein-
stein and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Greenberg on Sunday September
11 at the Miami Municipal Audi-
torium.
Mrs. Irving Weinstein, the
former Estelle Greenberg, and
Meyer Greenberg are the chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Greenberg of 281 N.W. 41st Ave.
The other bride, Mrs.- Green-
berg. was the former Estelle Levy,
daughter of Mrs. Ruth Levy, 2224
N.W. 34th St., and Phillip Levy,
Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. Wein-
stein is the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Weinstein of
Baltimore. Md.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches read the double
ring service. Anita Rieter sang.
gown? a^c^w^bffi j gf ^ home '
showered with white orchids P d M Greenberg spent
Betty Rosen, in pink taffeta, was ana are al nome
matron of honor. /->...*_?, 0,iect<: were Mr.
Schenkman-Frank Greenberg. Eli ou -""j^ffi- ^anTcuba:
Argintar.and Jerry Schulman, all ^art\Sn^/sa'A^aham Cohen and
0fBndeTmaids. attired in l^^^^^&l'ni
taffeta, were Miriam Kates of M. andI Mrs. Leon Misi
Havana Cuba. Pearl Greenberg Jam 1>. Washmgton ^ N
Detroit Rosemane Knowles and gdellR|* ,eavetZ- Arling
Renee Jacobson. TrU.Me0Trr3n.-0s Law Ph
Steven Rouff of Washington IVaM.ss Frances Lev>..
D. C, was nngbearer and April ^."i; Mr.
a busv
Hollv-
B'rith
Dorris Sapperstein,
Lester Goldstein To
Wed December 18
A December wedding is being \
planned by Miss Dorris Sapper-'
Hollywood Youth Will
Have Busy Month
The next month will be
one for members of the
wood Chapter of B'nai
Youth Organization.
^n^'l'be' BSfWft s -* 'ormcr University of Miami
j Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge.I student, whose betrothal to Les-
[Guest speaker will be Gus Jacob- ter Lewin Goldstein, university
J^Jkrector of the Miaini Beach lenfor, has been announced by
nl *_j r> n r, 'ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv
a ^^^^r!c%^^^^ Hattiesburg. Miss.
.held at Greynolai Park. No
:.-:i tive member! Young men and
young women between the ages of
16 and 25. who are interested in
attending are requested to tele-
phones Curcie at Hollywood 6404 Sorority. She attended the
or Barry Lipsitz at Hollywood versitv last vear.
931o.
A Haliowe en Masquerade
dance is being planned for the
latter part of October.
A Swan Soap Wrapper Dance"
will be held in November. Ad-
mission will be two wrappers. For
every two wrappers sent to the
Jewish Group Soap Campaign,
the manufacturers of the soap
will donate a cake of soap to
CARE for distribution to Jewish
organizations overseas.
Appointment was made of an
athletic committee, consisting of
Ray Levy, chairman, and San-
The bride-elect was graduated
from Stephens College. Colum-
bia. Mo., and is a member of Delta
Sigma, honorary science sorority
and Stephens Independent Social
Mr. Goldstein is the son of the
Max Goldsteins. 1515 S.W. 4th
St.. formerly of St. Louis. Mo.
He attended high school in that
city and is a member of the U. S.
Air Force Reserve Officers Train-
ing Corps He is a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The ceremony will take place
December 18 in B'nai Israel Tem-
ple. Hattiesburg.
on.
Phila-
L.
WeTntraub,"Jacksonville; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Barrash and family, West
Palm Beach: Dr. and Mrs. A.
Kaufman, Ft. Lauderdale.______
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williamson
gram committee. Bernard Haus-
man will head the nominating
ford Curcie. Miss Jeanne Levin-'Committee. Other members in-
son was appointed to serve as an]elude Jeanne Levinson, Fred
additional member of the pro- Sultan and Arnold Weiner.
The percentage of insanity is
greater among the unmarried
than among the married, ac-
cording to the Encyclopaedia
Britannica.
MR. and MRS.
SAM B. MILLER
Extend best wishes
for the New Year
to their many frionds and
relath
Long-time resident* ofI -Jjg
Beach, have this to say: "So much
of our pleasure and enjoymen o
our recent South AM
cruise stemmed from FAB .,
usual attentiveness to all detail*-
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Mjjf^^TEMBER 30, 1949
visH
r 0js I Men Mondrcs, D. Robert Lewis
Exchange Vows In Home Ceremony
liari
L.iis
Helen Mondres,
L MJSMrr of'Mr.'and*Mrs." Joseph
l"f, nHr," 5321 S.W. 1st St., be-
tl bride of D Robert
Pm. on of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lewis 617 East Di Lido
ie,a,Jiami Beach on Sunday
pntembcr 18. at high noon at the
Come of the bridegroom's parents.
The couple exchanged vows be-
|?Dr Jacob H Kaplan and
Khhi Colman A. Zwitman. The
Ks mother sang "Because."
uvfrinc a gown of white slip- s
,V,in -he bride descended the j
Sr staircase. Her illusion I
Si was secured by a tight cap. !
he carried a white prayer book
ihoweied with white orchids and
%?nSheUa Lewis, sister of the
idegroom. was maid of honor.
jooard Lewis was best man for
Immediately following the
-rcmonv a reception and lunch-
* for relatives and intimate
Inends was held in the Lewis
'The former Miss Mondres grad-
ated from Miami High School
ind is a sophomore at the Uni-
ersitv of Miami. At the uni-
rersitv she was selected Chi
we'a Queen, Hurricane Honey
,f 1949. Miss University Fresh-
nan of 1949. t, .
Mr Lewis attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and is now a
itudent at the University of Mi-
imi He is a member of Pi Lamb-
la Phi fraternity.
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
ionv were Miss Vicki Lewis,
ampa; D. N. R. Margolies,
Irooklyn. N. Y.; Miss Ida Mon-
Ires, New York City.
Following a wedding trip to
lew Orleans, the couple will live
Miami.
Mm. D. Robert Lew
Home For Aged
Campaigners Listed
The Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami has announced the
names of additional committee
chairmen who will direct activi-
ties in the building fund cam-
paign for $300,000 which will be-
gin on October 15.
M. J. Kopelowitz and Leo
Steinman have been named co-
chairmen of the special affairs
committee. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet
will head up the public informa-
tion committee while Mrs. Milton
Sirkin and David Trau will be
co-chairmen of the speakers' bu-
reau.
Other committee heads named
were Mrs. Sol Silverman and
William Oberman, co-chairmen of
exhibit and display committee,
and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chair-
man of volunteers committee.
Mrs. Louis Glasser will be chair-
man of the arrangements com-
mittee.
The rating committee will con-
sist of Irving Frankel, Joseph
Gardner and Sidney Bernbaum,
co-chairmen.
The Jewish Home for the Aged
is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and receives annually from
the Combined Jewish Appeal
money to cover its operating de-
ficit. This campaign is being con-
ducted by the home for a new
building to take the place of the
present structure which is badly
overcrowded and is unable to take
care of a large number of aged
applicants, many of whom have
been trying to gain admittance
to the home for more than one
year, according to Leo Allen, ex-
ecutive director of the home.
Greenberg Appointed
U-M Hebrew Instructor
Sidney J. Greenberg, principal
of Beth Sholom School, has been
appointed instructor of modern
Hebrew at the University of Mi-
ami. This course is being offered
at the university as a regular
three-credit course and will be
[First Jewish Congregation Of Gables
fhrows Open Doors To Holiday Services
The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will throw open
|lhe doors of its Yom Kippur services to the entire Jewish com-
Imunitv. according to an announcement by Lee Platt, president.
[Conservative services will be held at the Coliseum, 1500 Douglas
iRoad. Coral Gables.
One of the largest halls for public assembly in Southeastern
lUnited Stateswith a capacity of almost 5000the Coliseum is a
[naturallv air-cooled auditorium.
Services will be conducted by Leon Honig with Kol Nidre
Iservices beginning promptly at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Cantor
lKatz and the choir under the direction of Pierre Mande will sing
the special Jan Peerce arrangement of Kol Nidre. Yom Kippur Day
Iservices start at 9 a.m. and Yiskor services will begin approximately
10:30 a.m.
Miamian Re-Elected To
I State Optometric Post
Dr. Robert R. Bradford of Mi-
lami Beach was re-elected vice
president of the Florida State
[Board of Optometry at the an-
Inual meeting recently held in
iTampa.
I Named president of the board
was Dr. J. M. Morquis of Ar-
Icadia. Dr. William F. Davey, Day-
Itona Beach, was named secretary-
Itreasurer.
Dr. Bradford, now in his second
year as a member of the state
optometric board, is a director of
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association and a past president
of the local group.
Fingerprints as a means of
identification were used from
the earliest days of the Orient,
when rulers used their thumb-
prints as an official signature.
Sidney Aronovitz
Elected To Bar
Association Post
Sidney M. Aronovitz was elect-
ed vice president of the junior
section of the Dade County Bar
Association at a meeting of the
organization last week.
Aronovitz, who has been prac-
ticing law in Miami for the last
three and a half years, is a grad-
uate of the University of Florida
Law School. While at the uni-
versity, he was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi,
Florida Blue Key and served as
president of the varsity debate
society. He is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi social fraternity.
He served as an officer in the
Field Artillery during the war.
Following his combat service, he
was transferred to the military
government in the Berlin district.
Aronovitz is now first vice
president of Sholem Lodge of
B'nai B'rith.
Sidney J. Greenberg
given Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings from 9:30 to
10:20. Late registrants will be ac-
cepted all of this week.
Greenberg is a graduate of
Temple University in Philadel-
phia and is a well-known Jewish
educator who is now making his
home in Miami.
Ginsburg Joins
Beach Firm
Association of Ben Zion Gins-
burg with the real estate firm
of Feuer and Eisenstein, 235 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, was
recently an-
nounced.
A former resi-
dent of Chicago,
Ginsburg is ac-
tive in Miami
Beach civic af-
fairs. He was
appionted a
member of the
national admin-
istrative council
of the Zionist
Organization of
Ginsburg America shortly
after Paniel Frish, the new presi-
dent, took over.
Ginsburg is vice president of
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami; a member of the board of
directors of the Miami Beach
Apartment Owners Assn.; vice
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist organization; a member
of the board of trustees of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center;
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish National Fund coun-
cil; honorary member of di-
rectors of the Hebrew Theologi-
cal College of Chicago.
He lives with his wife, the
former Ruth Daniel of Chicago,
and their two children, Barbara
and Edwin, in Miami Beach.
Lipsky Resigns
NEW YORK, (JTA) Louis
Lipsky announced his resignation
as president of the American Red
Mogen Dovid. The statement said
that his action was taken on ac-
count of his new duties as chair-
man of the American Zionist
Council.
Miami Beach To Be Site Of 1950 District
Convention Of Workmen's Circle
Indication Ceremonies At Hi I lei
IIoiim* Slated For Sunday, October 16
r. Donald Michelson, director
lot the University of Miami Hillel
Foundation, will preside at dedi-
cation ceremonies to be held on
[Sunday, October 16, at 8 p.m. at
Miami's
Popular Kosher
Market
Now Under The
Management of
JOSEPH H. SMITH and
DAVID MARMER
The New S & M is under the
supervision oi the
GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
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810 S.W. 22nd Ave.
83-7748
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the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Col. Elry Stone is chairman of
the committee arranging the ex-
ercises which will launch the fall
term activities at Hillel House.
Some 2300 Jewish students at the
university are affiliated with the
foundation.
A national organization devoted
to cultural, religious and counsel-
ing service among Jewish stu-
dents at 197 colleges in the United
States, Canada and Cuba, the
foundation is under the sponsor-
ship of B'nai B'rith. A profes-
sionally trained director leads the
students on each campus.
Dr. Michelson, who is associ-
ated with the history department
at the university, conducts a
course in Hebrew civilization. In
a class which recently completed
the course, there were 35 students,
a third of whom were non-Jew-
'S Weekly Sabbath evening serv-
ices are conducted at Hillel House
and all holidays and festivals are
observed in an appropriate man-
ner. Recreational facilities and a
1000-volume library are avail-
able at all hours to students.
Students members of the founda-
tion publish the Hillel Herald
monthly as well as a Utjrary
magazine. A 1 I chapter of the
intlr colleg.ate Zionist Federa-
tion of America rneeiS every
Thursdav evening Jt 8 o'clock tor
lectures,' films and discussions.
Miami Hebrew School
Lists Choir Members
William Weintraub, chairman
of the High Holy Day committee
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, has announced that
the following have been serving
as ushers during the holidays:
Ed Becker, Herbert Feldman,
Hershey Glantz, Joe Rutansky,
Harry Shear, Sam Kostoff, Louis
Sorosky, Dave Kleber.
Members of the choir which is
assisting with the services are
Frank Shear, Murray Shear, Ar-
nold Glantz, Garvin Kleber,
Myron Coulton, Matthew Becker.
Barnett Jacobskind, Richard
Goodman and Abraham Dorf.
Except for Dorf, all are members
of the junior congregation and
pupils of Rabbi Simon April.
TEL.
82-4202
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Miami Beach was selected as
the site for the 1950 convention
of the southern district of the
Workmen's Circle at the group's
conclave in Houston, Texas, Sep-
tember 3-5.
Joseph Duntov was elected sec-
retary of the district at the meet.
Also named to office were Morris
Jacobs, treasurer, and Evelyn
Weiner, secretary for English-
speaking branches.
The Miami Beach Branch No.
692 is beginning to make plans
for the conference which will be
Miami Center Plans
Basketball League
The Miami Jewish Community
Center (formerly the Miami YM
& YWHA), 450 S.W. 16th Ave.,
is planning to conduct an all-
Miami center basketball league
for youth teams, 14 to 17 years
of age, next month.
The organization of this league,
its aims and objectives, were dis-
cussed last night at a meeting of
athletic directors in the center
lounge. The following groups
were represented: North Dade
Jewish Center, Hialeah Jewish
Center, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, Miami Beach YMHA, and the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
held at its new Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave. An air-cooling system
will be installed, a stage for the
concert which is usually held in
conjunction with the conference
will be constructed and kitchen
facilities will be enlarged. An at-
tendance of about 400 delegates,
guests and local members is ex-
pected.
Joe Pollack, chairman of the
house committee, will supervise
all these installations. The Eng-
lish-speaking Branch 1050 of Mi-
ami, of which Kitty Laber is
secretary, has pledged its co-
operation and assistance in carry-
ing out all plans for next Labor
Day conference.
200 Ford Trucks
Sent To Israel
NEW YORK, (JTA)Two hun-
dred Ford trucks, paid for from
funds which Israel received in
the Export-Import Bank loan,
were shipped to the Jewish state.
Dr. Shaul Lipshitz, representative
of the Ford Motor Company in
Israel and former chairman of the
Tel Aviv Chamber of Commerce,
who is now in New York, said
that this is the biggest single
shipment of trucks Israel has ever
received.
RUTH BROTMAN MUSIC LAUREAT
(Paris Scholarship)
RESUMES TENTH SEASON MIAMI BEACH
in
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PAGE TEN
fJewist Meridian
FRIDA^SEPTEMRPR
LEGAL NOTICE
Charles R. Jacobson. (left) chairman of Unite
one of his non-objective paintings entitled. "Broth
Hotel October 16 through 23. Three hands represe
stretched in friendship, emphasizing seed for wor
at right are Miss Irene Cummings. chairman of th
County, and Dr. Eric Carlberg. director of the Wa
in photo, serving on exhibit committee are: Mrs. L
from the University of Miami.
d Nations Week International Art Exhibit displays
erhood of Man." to be- shown at the Columbus
nt Caucasian, negro, and mongoloid races out-
Id wide understanding between all peoples. Shown
e United Nations Co-operative Council of Dade
shington Art Galleries, Miami Beach. Not shown
ouis Glasser. Dr. Kurt Singer, and representatives
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
2265.
In Re: ESTATE OP
MORRIS FREUND,
]>< -rased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
Ither of you. may have against the
. -tit.- of Morris Prrund deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September 27. A.D. 1949
MALVINA FREUND,
As Administrator cum testamento
annexo of the Estate of Morris
Freund, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a.
9'30 10, 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fltcitlous name of
\lrginia I*e Cosmetics at 1922 S W
18th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MRS FLORENCE SCHWARTZ
MRS. LEONTINA SHER
Partners
9 23-30 10, 7-14
N0T,CE Jfflffi" ^t7t,ouT
NOTICE 1$ ifl^^AW
the undersigned, dirtrtaL ?,VEX ...
business under the f|,'ui,^.^tt to
that
Miami Beach Laiin.i'r','l.....ls nam. .,
with the S^oto^aHjnBft
Dade County, FiorMa cult EARL M. COPI.ON
9/9-16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE UNDEiTTIcTIt,,,,
-NOTICE I?l^f US
the^undersi,.,,..,;",i.'-'.'/.V,"^
that
:
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business under th.- f|. V <">* l
MARSHALL'S BE1 :'? of
V \V. 79th Street Ml nd, '*
end to register sai i \lor da. to-
lerk of the Circuit r&ES !W ,h
-ounty. Florida. ourt 0( Dada,
CHARLES KADIS T
MILLER & PODELL
23.. Lincoln It.,., |
Miami Beach, Fla
9/16-23-30 10/7-14
NOT.CE UNDEp F cf^p
at 327 N. B. Ut A MtaSrS?
Ida, Intends to resist, '
the Clerk of the C ? ".'
County. Florida
EZRYEL Si ILNBJ.
>.... Sol Ownei
BI RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Appl :
9,16-23-30 10/7-14
Mrs. Becker to Head
Membership Drive
Eleven Bnai B'rith Women's
groups will launch a three-month
membership drive in coordination
with that of the Greater Miami
Bnai B'rith Council, it has been
announced by E. Albert Pallet,
council president. The campaign
for members will start officially
on October 13. the 106th annivers-
ary of the founding of Bnai
0 run. and will continue until
.December 4.
Mrs Beverly Becker of Miami
geach. first vice president of the
W pmen s District Grand Lodge.
Will direct membership activities
of the women's chapters and will
announce specific quotas for each
unit at a later date. An invitation
nas been extended to Fort Laud- i
erdale and Hollvwood Lodges to'
participate in the drive. A series
Of membership teas, a fashion1
sri w, and parlor parties is beins '
planned. ,
TjC"Vpf. J Tal;anoff. Miami'
Beach attorney, is general mem-
ship drive chairman for the
South Florida region. Chief com- :
munity service project currently
undertaken by B'nai B'rith worn-
en in Greater Miami is sponsor- '
p of weekly parties for patient-
at the Pratt Veterans Hospital
Mioloill Ladies To
| Hold Showers
First of a series of Wednesday
, afternoon "Bazaar Showers" will
take place on Wednesday in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom patio at 1:30
p.m.. according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Alexander Robbins.
sisterhood president.
"Once again the time has come
to shower the patio with gifts for
our bazaaar." stated Mrs. Robbins.
"Each Wednesday afternoon from
now until the bazaar on Decem-
ber 6 and 7, sisterhood members
and friends will soend Wednes-
day afternoons working together."
Each week these sessions will
be sponsored by various bazaar
booth directors. On Wednesday
the Mesdames Ann Small, Rose
Segal and Honey Reckson, who
will operate the men's wear and
boys' wear booths at the bazaar,
will be hostesses. Gifts of men's
and boys' merchandise will be
collected on this day.
Mrs. Bess Nelson is over-all
chairman of the bazaar.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
o lalneaa under the fltcltioua name of
Urake Wholesale Meats at 200! N W
62nd Street In the City of Miami,
Horlda, intends to register said name
with the i lerk of the Circuit Court Of
Hade County, Florida.
IRVlNi; K AX Eft
Owner
LOFIS SCHWARZKOPF
Attorney for Applicant
927 Lincoln Road
9/23-30 10/7-14-21
Cranberry bogs are regularly
flooded as a control for certain
injurious insects.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 ,n'?n Credit at 21SS Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cotintv.
Florida.
EMKAY, INC
9 16-23-30 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVES ,h
the undersigned, desli to\Em&
business under the fl tiou5fJ5
MII.TO.VS ACT. >
n.e. Second Avenu* n,{r
Intend to reflate* B 'ith S
MILTON LIBERT
GEORGE LEVITT
MAX R. SILVER^'' LEB0W
Attorney for Applli
'.', 2.:-iu 10, 7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlan so-
licits youi legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
JWV Commander Guest at VFW Convention I
IV t/.-DE-m..^ PUBLICATION
ntS \ Sl l, COURT OF THE
JrS,rJ.LDlSlAL C1RCCIT OF
r^LTY ~ IN CHANCERY. No.
J -i -to.'.
R^?A.AAR2NSON. H*tatUt. vs.
~, -NATHAN AARONSON
rhe Levtndale
SiY,***1** Oreensprina Avenuea
Baltimore 18, Maryland
lou ate hereby ordered t" file your
appearance or answer to the Bill of
I Complaint for Dli ,, against
u by REBECCA AARONSON?
E *? -""' dav uf October
nm '-, .hV!",M>: ,h" -'"nation* of said
Bill will be taken aa confessed against
PONE AND ORDERED tills "S dav
"f Bepti ml*r, l49 a>
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
lit Court Seal)"" C,rou'1 C"ur(-
By \VM. \V. STOCKING.
| TURK & NEWMAN DePMt" C'erk'
Solicitors for Plaintiff
10/7-14-21
iw -.NOT'CE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT CO CRT OF THF
CT.nnrr F0?. DADE COUNTY,
12^344 ~ CHANCERY, No!
M\\KI,Vv?E^^JOHN'SON' Plaintiff, vs.
MAR, RITA JOHNSON, Defend-
ant.
Vou- MART RITA JOHNSON, 46S
Quy lark Avenue. Amsterdam New
York, are notified to file your appear-
.n".h'r P.?*.***0 cause for <"'orce
V?i he.v.24,h- day of October. AD
m' ^r.W,s!i decl;ee pro confesso
will be entered against you.
A.D 1949. 21 day 0f September.
E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) *'
By Wat W. STOCKING,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAX>e,n,,> Ch*
Attorney for Applicant
fceybold Bldg.
9 23-30 10 7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF TUI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CmCLTf
cofNTv""*'!1^ ^''^'Vi'Ai::
1870M ~ '' !:V N
DAJ-nr 'LEE BUTLER
DAN BUTLER I)
TO: DAN BCTLEl:
Address Unknown
,*}'yV o^.?B- HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Comp
Pa?., fn flle,l againai OAisi
LEE BUTLER, youi
above styled caus. .
named Court; and you art further
notified that yo ...
to file an appearnn<.- oceed.
ings on or U-: -
October. 1949. otberwisi the .-.nega-
tions of said Bill of C
taken as confei
This order is I i once
a week for four (4) cons, a-eeki
,n 'he Jewish Florldla
published in Dade Con
DATED this Ttli da
A.D. 1949.
ni E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court .-'
By M. C FEI
JEROME H WEINK "
Solicitor for Plaintiff
9,9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..^_____ NAME LAW
Xf.TI.-i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig:... I, ,les;ring to engage in
is name of
KeL.en Hotel at 2161 X \V l^t Ave.
nue. Miami. Florida, intend, to regis-
Jd name with the Clerk of the
Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida
KALMAX M ROCKER
___ B .-- owner
FREDERICK s OR08SBERG
Attorney for Applicant
"4 Biscayne Bldg
9 30 10 7-14-2l-2v
l^u-L JTB f SU PuauL M^LD" Naol Commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, is shown (right) with Lyall Beggs. retirino
VFw-naVn?u0mmand,er f *! Veterans of Foreign Wars aHhe
VFW 50th annual convention held in Miami Beach recenllv
Commander Dorfman. in an address to more than 10 000 VFW
delegates, pressed the need for veteran unity "to insure^hat the
civ.l and religious liberties for which we fought together remain
JU.r! m9W V>1 P08^51* nCTchment by totalitarian fonS
whether of the left or the right." *rces.
NOTICE TO appfid
mw&&8PMe COURT^OF THE
I\ vXM,TIL- J"-'DI<-'IAL CIR, T
Fl oRfnl PO?.. l^KT)K COUNTY,
imn^ ~ CHANCERY. No
"jOH? riai9fSSS I'lointiff, vs
Ser^sKS-vr COn,e" *"' ^
Aa,'?,<.h;8 "nd d">' of September.
.riroo?- .? LE-\THERMAX, Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal) *-iern.
By \VM \v STOCKING,
MILTON A FRIEDMAN>ePU,V C,"k
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
9''30 10 7-14-21
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF
APPLICATiON FOR FINAL
CLEMETT P. CURTISS,
Deceased.
filedUmv Bflil,hereby 8lven ,hat I have
Flnil Hi report and petition for
f... IM;charB* ->s Executor of the
estate of CLEMETT P CURTISS
7n rdK: and tnat he 24th aa?
of October. 1949. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F BLANTON! CoUntv
fudge of Dade County, Florida for
tBSSTS} l' "ald flnal repor? and for
final discharge as Executor of iZ
ciasVd60' CLEMETT P. CURTISS. de!
This 20 day of September. 1949
MAX R. s/LviR* THURBER.
9'2,3.r3n0e>,0^.fIeCU,Or-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
x-^... NAME LAW
.1, OTIrE 6 HEREBY GIVEN thit
recister ihT^ft? "orl^a. intends to
^16-23-30 1^7AXK COHE-V
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LN AND FOR DAM: COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, .\o.
127175.
FREDERICK C MORLOCK rialn-
tiff. vs. GERTRUI'i: Mi-KI/XK.
Defendant.
You, GERTRCI'i: MORL
121th Street. Richmond Hill, Lww
Island. New York, ..-- tlfli to flh
your appearance In th.- above cause
for divorce on the liUl da]
A.D. 1949, other"-- con-
fesso win be entei : ...
Dated this 13 dav : :.
A.D. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk.
(Circuit Court Beat)
By M C FEIGE
: era
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/16-23-30 10.7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, deslri.-.s I :
business under the fl til M {
The Jewish Fiorldl MtcW
Printing Department at lit X E &"1
Street. Miami. Fla .
ter said name with the C
Circuit Court of Dad, ''
LOUIS STEIGER
9,16-23-30 10.7-14
N0T'CE NA ER FICTITIOUS
of DadV Coun1trfF,tS?ld^'rCUlt CUrt
PEARL DOBRIN
S/S-lt-M-SO*"8 Wner
NOT'CE NAMiRLLCTITlOUS
County?' Flor.dallrCUi, CUrt f Dade
HERBERT OSTER
16-23-30 lo*4?14Wner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIiy GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Jj
HOFFMAN'S SODA BHOl at li
South West 8th Street. Ml
Ida. Intend to register said name *>
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DM*
County. Florida.
IRVIN SIRKIX
SAMUEL RAI'-UORT
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Irvin Sirkin and
Samuel Rapaport
1U10 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9/16-23-30 10 7-14 ___,
NOT'CE NAUP R F|CTIT10US
to iwatatVr .Li!. "" """da, Intends
/2--i.a-5,LUAM NIVEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW hlt
NOTICE IS HEREBY x S "m
the undersigned. desirl:.c I <"'*? f
business under the flct tl ''.. S
Stan's Bar and Orill ',. -;, iV
Flagler Street. Miami. I '-'<*h .',
tends to register said nami "" ,,
Clerk of the Circuit Court County, Florida.
STANLEY WEBER
Sle 1 iw:.. :
BREOER AND STA1MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
23;. Lincoln Road
S/H-J3-30 10/7


PflDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1949
*Jeni$t n-cridnan
PAGE ELEVEN
Hew Hadassah Unit
To Install Leaders
The board of the newly organ-
ized Hanna Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah met at the home of Mrs.
Tne Williamson. 5470 La Gorce
Drive, Miami Beach, to discuss
plans for its first installation to
take place at breakfast on October
11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Shelborne
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs Williamson, who is chair-
man of the affair, will also serve
as mistress of ceremonies. Assist-
ing her will be the Mesdames
Louis Goldman Nina Amster-
dam Nathan Kaplan, Julius
Rose'nstein, Israel Teitch, Aaron
Son, Isabel Altholtz, Wil-
liam I Feuer, A. Greenberg, Ben-
jamin Wolff. Doris Zwick, Isaac
Joffe Dorothy Shabot, Samuel
Sapiro, Jack Swardlin.
Scheduled to make its first pub-
lic appearance at the installation
is the organization's choral unit
under the leadership of Mrs. Ir-
win Weinstein. Members of the
unit are the Mesdames Goldman,
Zwick. Charles Oppenheim, Fan-
nv Fay, Farr, Altholtz, Sam
Sakrais, Wolff, Kaplan, Ann
Minor and Helen ErigeL
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
serve as installing officer. Mrs.
Colman Zwitman will deliver the
invocation.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Kaplan at 5-7769,
Mrs Rosenstein at 5-1448 or Mrs.
Teitch at 5-3296._________
Mrs. Goldman Will Fete
Sisterhood Members
Mrs. Gilbert Goldman of 4622
North Bay Road, Miami Beach,
has issued invitations to Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood members
and friends to a earden party in
her home on Friday, October 7,
at 2:30 p.m.
This is to be a reward party,
stated Mrs. Goldman, "and is
open to all those who have work-
ed diligently on the temple tele-
vision project."
There will be prizes, refresh-
ments and exciting entertain-
ment. Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan is
co-chairman of the event.
Singer Programs Listed
Dr. Kurt Singer will serve as
moderator for a youth panel at
which ten-agers will discuss
"Soft Drinks versus Whiskey,
tomorrow from 9:30 to 10 a.m.
over station WMIE.
The author and lecturer will
also participate in the Miami Must
Grow program slated for Sunday
from 8:05 to 9 p.m. over the same
station. Subject of discussion will
be -'Should Port Everglades Be
Miami's New Harbor?''^__
New Non-Surgical
Treatment of
HERNIA (Rupture)
HEMORRHOIDS
CHRONIC DISEASES
Or. LONG'S CLINIC *
Mrs. Joe Williamson
Ph.3-2748
Dick Lowe Joins
Redman Firm
Newest associate in the Miami
Beach publicity firm of Ray Red-
man and Associates is Dick Lowe,
who was amusement editor of the
Miami Daily News for 14 months
before resigning last week to join
the Redman firm.
Lowe, a native of Dayton, Ohio,
has been a Miami resident since
1925, and began his newspaper
career with the News in 1936. He
served four and a half years as
an administrative officer with the
Army Air Force in World War II,
going off active duty in Decem-
ber, 1945. He holds a reserve com-
mission as major.
Ray Redman and Associates is
one of the oldest public relations
firms in Miami Beach, having
been established here 15 years.
Redman is a veteran of 25 years
in the public relations field. He
was assistant exploitation direc-
tor for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
films, in the Chicago office, and
handled world premieres for
United Artists, Columbia, 20th
Century-Fox and MGM.
Locally Redman has handled
accounts for the former Dempsey-
Vanderbilt Hotel, and represented
the Blackstone Hotel in 1944
when MGM filmed "They Were
Expendable," using the Black-
stone as headauarters. He has
been public relations director for
the Robert Richter, Sovereign and
President Madison hotels, and at
the present time holds the same
position with the new Kingston
Hotel and Yacht club.
Redman handled the openings
of the Colonial Inn and Beach-
comber night clubs, the official
opening of the Food Fair markets
in Miami and was public relations
director of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center.
Redman also was Florida repre-
sentative for the Chicago Daily
News Travel Fair for the past
four years. ______^^___
Beach Philharmonic
Slates First Concert
The newly organized Miami
Beach Philharmonic Orchestra
has scheduled its first concert for
Thursday. October 13, at 8:30 p.m.
at Miami Beach High School audi-
torium. Tickets at $1.50 are now
on sale.
A subsidy of $450 was voted to
help establish the group at a re-
cent meeting of the Miami Beach
city council. The orchestra will
present monthly concerts at
which either a vocal or instru-
mental soloist will be featured.
A reception for officers and ad-
visory council of the orchestra
was held Tuesday night at the
Delano Hotel. The Philharmonic
Chamber Orchestra played and
Irene Patti Swartz sang.
Oliver Washburn is chairman
and artistic director of the unit,
Oscar Adler. the treasurer and
Miss Lynne Home, the secretary.
Members of the advisory coun-
cil are: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Adeeb,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein,
Siegfried Geismar, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Harum, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Huberman, Rabbi and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Judge and Mrs.
Kenneth Oka, Ike N. Parrish, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Perlmutter, Mr. and
Mrs. John I. Prosser, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind, Joseph
E. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone, Rev. J. Mitchell Taylor,
Miss Evelyn Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Zukernick and others.
Temple Ladies To Obituaries
Meet Thursday
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its first meeting of the sea-
son with a coffee social at 1:30
p.m., Thursday at the Temple.
Featured speaker will be the
Rev. Donald Douds of the Miami
Shores Community Church, who
will speak on "A Clergyman
Looks at Psychiatry." Also slated
to speak are Herman Binder
whose subject will be "I Saw the
United Nations Born," and in-
terior decorator Madame Jena,
who will tell about "Fall Decorat-
ing Trends."
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is pro-
gram chairman and Mrs. Adolph
Wortheimer is chairman of re-
freshments.
NEWTON MERCUR
Age 49, of 1509 San lunaclo AY}.,
Coral Gables, died September 17. Mr.
Mercur came to Miami from PltU-
IniiKh seven years aj?o and wag op-
erator of a Miami Beach cocktail
lounge. Surviving are hl wife, Ruth:
three brothers, Al and Lew of Miami
and Dave of Pittsburgh; a sister.
Mrs. Mary Newman of Detroit. Serv-
ices were conducted at Gordon Funeral
Home with Rabbi Colman Zwitman
officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
LESTER H. SLOANE
Age 34, of 7S0 N.W. 47th St., passed
away suddenly Friday. A resident of
Miami for six years, comine from
Montreal, Canada. Mr. Sloane was a
salesman. He leaves his wife. Joan; a
daughter, June; two sons, Henry and
Michael; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Slabotsky; a brother, Teddy,
all of Miami. Funeral services were
held at Gordon Funeral Home Monday
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Burial was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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TmDAYTSEPT!
Valuable Portrait To Be Shown At
International Art Exhibit Oct. 16-23
A famous oil portrait valued at
$11,000 will be shown at the In-
ternational Art Exhibit to be held
at the Columbus Hotel. October
16-23. it has been announced by
Charles R. Jacobson. art exhibit
chairman.
The painting entitled. 'Portrait
of an Irish Squire" is one of the
last works of one of England's
great artists. Sir Henry Raeburn.
R.A. The picture has been au-
thenticated by the late Sir Charles
Holmes, director of the National
Gallery in London and corrobor-
ated by W. R. Roberts, interna-
tionally known English art ex-
pert. Jacobson reports he has
painters. The small canvas, valued
at several thousands of dollars.
was painted shortly before World
War I and is characteristic of
Picasso's Neo-African period, and
is totally different from the
bizarre cubistic style adopted by
Campaign Leaders Plan Cocktail Party
Dr. Murray Miller
Opens Office Here
Dr. Murray Miller, optometrist,
announces the opening of his of-
the artist in recent years. Picas-
so, often called the most con-
troversial artist of his time, is at
present residing in France.
Several Mexican studies by
Doris Rosenthal. never displayed i
previouslv. will also be shown. ,
together with South American
paintings by Chester Tingler and
John Klinkenburg.
The seven-day art show will be
opened with a reception Sunday,
seen documents signed by Frank
W. Muller. prominent New York
art specialist concurring in the
opinion of these authorities.
The painting has been secured
for the International Art Exhibit
bv Dr. Eric Carlberg. director of
the Washington Art Galleries of
Miami Beach.
The art show, sponsored in
Dade County as part of the ob-
servance of United Nations' Week,
will also feature the appearance
of a genuine painting by Picasso,
the great, turbulent figure in the
field of contemporary French
October 16. at 2 p.m. at the Co-
lumbus Hotel. The event is spon-
sored by the United Nations' Co-
operative Council of Dade Coun-
ty, the University of Miami and
the Dade County Conference of
J;-.v.>:-. Women's Clubs.
II. .1. Sonz Opens
\iw Offices
Announcement is made by
Harry J. Sonz. realtor, of the
opening of his new. air condi-
ti : 1 offices at 1595 Washing-
Ave.. Miami Beach. There
will be open house to celebrate
the occasion tomorrow from 2 to
6 p.m. Refreshments will be
Dr. Murray Miller
fice a: 218 West Flagler St.
A graduate of Miami High
School. Dr. Miller attended the
University of Florida and grad-
uated from the Southern College
of Optometry in Memphis in 1947.
He practiced in Alabama prior to
moving here.
Appointments for eye examina-
tions and optical repairs may be
made by calling 82-7913.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER Or PUBLICATION
IX THK CIRCUIT I'orRT F THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOB DADE COUNTY, PIX>RIDA.
IN CHANCERY N 127491
BAR \H BRi wn- IIS : ilntiff vi
IS ADORE BROWNSTEIN :
..
THE STATE I >F PI. :.
ISADORE BROWNSTEIN
I J Relief
Soi l<
Splval C
xou irt hn
Appears nee l
lilaint for Dtv,
.- -. i da:
r.f Oct< ber
'-- ill be takei
i
DATED a- this a
rtay of .-
". LEATHER MAN,
(Circuit -
1 r [OE
Clerl
SAM

1701
Miami, F:
9 30 K :-:;-_
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK 'IR'TIT roi-RT OF THK
11th JUDICIAL IT IN A.Mj
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-OPJUA.
IN CHAN< ERT S< 127492
LEOXA KLINE, Plaintiff, ROB-
ERT KLINE, Defendant
TO: ROIiEKT KLINE (whose present
addrf-ps Is i
I.R.C., Area B, A P. O 101
ar- of 1
New York, New v :-:
(Whose permanent ......- i
SIM Briehton 7 Btreet,
Brooklyn. N< w York.
You are hereby required to ifle vour
appearance to Plaintiff!" Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce in the abobe-stvied
cause on or before the .11 dav of
October, IMS; otherwise, the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2i"
day of Septemh-r 1949
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk or Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Peal)
By M C FEHJE.
Deputy Clerk
PAM SILVER
6olicltor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
/SO 10 7-14-2i
Morris Bros
Harry J. Sonz
served. The office was formerly
located at 350 Lincoln Road.
Mr. Sonz is a veteran of World
War II. having seen active service
in the South Pacific. Before en-
tering the armed forces he was
a resident of East St. Louis, where
he was also in the real estate
business. He is a past counselor
Of Boys' Club of East St. Louis
and was affiliated with Temple
Agudath Achim there.
He came to Miami Beach four
years ago. where he is active in
community work. He is a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
Beth Jacob Congregation: has
been a leader of Boy Scout
troops: he is a member of the
Elks Club and B'nai B'rith.
Associated with Sonz are Ben-
jamin Chaves. contractor: S. A.
Go-.dman. real estate and insur-
ance broker: Al Chalek. Leon
Chaves. Leila Rosenthal. Louis
Makovsky and Jacob Levitov.
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Next function in the S300,000 Building Fund Campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be
a cocktail party on Tuesday night. October 11, at the home of Judge and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, 220
West Rivo Alto Drive. Shown above are members of the Campaign Steering Committee complet-
ing plans for the cocktail party. Planners are (1. to r.) Harry Sirkin, Milton S. Malakoff, campaign
director, William Glick, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Sidney Bernbaum. Joe Gardner, Mrs. Benjamin Appel
Leo Allen, executive Director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Beach Y Reopens After-School Program
With the coming of the school year the Miami Beach YM &
WHA has again initiated its after-school program for children. This
program, which includes general play and group activities in music,
arts and crafts, dramatics, dancing, puppetry and games, is being
expanded to take care of the increased number of children wishing
to participate.
The Y is picking up the children at the schools at the conclusion
of the school-day and bringing them to their homes when the after-
noon play period is finished. Milk and cookies or ice cream are pro-
vided so that the children may have their afternoon nourishment.
The program is under the direction of Mrs. Shirley Miller and
activities are conducted in the same manner in which the summer
camp operates. The program is open only to members of the Y.
There is no extra fee other than membership, except for a nominal
charge for transportation and for the refreshments.
Parents who are interested in having their children participate
are invited to call the Y for additional information.
Milton Sirkin. president, also announces that the Y will con-
tinue its afternoon program at the public schools throughout the
city so that the children attending the Hebrew schools will have an
equal opportunity to share in the recreational afternoon program
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*Jewist ricriaHann
PAGE THIRTEEN
Brandeis Opens Second Year
The Brandeis University campus has been the scene of
bustling activity during the past few weeks as the nation's first
Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian university opened its doors for
the second academic year of its history
Events attendant upon the start of academic activities for
1949-1950 provided President
Abram L. Sachar and George Al-
Dert Esq., president of the uni-
versity's board of trustees, with
many appropriate opportunities
for reviewing the rapid progress
of Brandeis during its one brief
year of existence. In welcoming
the incoming freshman class who
started Orientation Week on Wed-
nesday. September 14, in greeting
the returning "pioneer" class of
'52 and in initiating courses of
stu'dv on Wednesday, September
21 the details of the Brandeis
achievement to date were out-
"The student body has grown
from the 100 members who form-
ed the original "pioneer" class to
a total of 250. reflecting the ad-
mission of 150 students to the
_i__nf 'm RranHoiQ TTnivprsit.v's I
nation, hail from more than half
of the states and from Canada,
Korea, Egypt and Greece.
The faculty has been doubled
over the number on the Waltham,
Massachusetts campus last year
and the new additions include
such prominent academic figures
as Max Lerner, political scientist
and economist, previously at Har-
vard and Williams; Dr. Frank E.
Manuel, historian of note, former
member of the faculty of Harvard
and Western Reserve, who is the
author of the recently published
volume The Realities of Ameri-
can-Palestine Relations; Claude
Andre Strauss-Vigee, former
leader of the French underground
resistance movement who comes
class of '53. Brandeis University's to Brandeis from Ohio State and
plans call for an increase of 50 other leading educators.
students in each entering class
until the normal entering com-
plement of 250 freshmen per year
has been reached. The new fresh-
A significant development dur-
ing the past year, it was noted by
President Sachar, who served as
national director of the Hillel
man class, reflecting a cross-sec- Foundations prior to his assum-
tion of the major racial, religious ing the presidency of Brandeis,
and nationality groupings of the was the acceptance by Dr. Serge
A group of Brandeis University students returning to the
campus of the nation's first Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian in-
stitution of higher learning after an outing on the nearby Charles
River. Shown in the background is the Castle, beautiful fieldstone.
ivy-covered structure, which is the largest of ten major buildings
comprising the university's home.
Mrs. Appel Will Fete
Auxiliary Board Tuesday
Mis. Benjamin Appel, president
of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
will be hostesses at a dessert
luncheon for members of the
auxiliary board on Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Immediately following the
luncheon the board will meet lo
discuss activities for the coming
season. Mrs. Sol Silverman, chair-
man of the board, will preside.
Board Will Meet
The Delano Hotel will be the
setting for luncheon meeting of
the executive board of Temple
Isaiah Sisterhood, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Clara Mae
Van Ness, president.
Extending Our
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Tropical Lodge
To Moot Monday
Tropical Lodge, B'nai BYith,
will present an informal evening
of entertainment for members and
friends Monday at 8:45 p.m. in
the Federation Conference room,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Edward Oka and Alvin Budner
will present recorded musical
favorites by Sigmund Romberg,
Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein
and others with a commentaiy
and discussion following the pro-
gram.
President Budd Cutler will pre-
side.
Freedom House Program
Sylvia and Marco Rosales will
present a program on Spanish
and Latin American composers
up to present day Cuban jazz to-
night at 9 o'clock at the AVC
Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Between recordings Mr. Rosales
will sing folk songs.____________
Mildred Frcoinan
of 926 Collins Avenue
Extends Holiday Greetings
to her Friends and
Acquaintances
Koussevitsky, internationally be-
loved musical figure, of the role
of University Consultant in Music.
This step was announced in the
press recently in connection with
the university's statement of its
intention to form a School of
Music. During the couvse of the
year, Dr. Selman Waksman, the
micro-biologist who discovered
streptomycin and neomycin, con-
sented to serve as University Con-
sultant in Science.
A total of twenty-nine new
courses are listed in the 1949-
1950 general catalogue of the uni-
versity.
The recent full accreditation of
the course of study at Brandeis
University by the New York State
Board of Regents, a form of ac-
creditation ordinarily withheld
until after four full years of aca-
demic existence, was also referred
to by President Sachar as he wel-
comed the returning students at
the opening exercises.
Students and visitors returning
to the campus for the first time
this year were greeted by greatly
enlarged physical facilities result-
ing from the active construction
program of the summer vacation
period.
Four new residence facilities
for students have been added in-
cluding the newly constructed
Founders' Hall, a dormitory for
women. The university has also
acquired and readied for occu-
pancy by students this week Ken-
dall Green Hall, an off-campus
dormitory. Other aditional resi-
dence facilities include the San-
derson House, located on the uni- !
versity grounds, the Castle Apart-
ments, which will provide co-
operative living quarters for'
women.
New academic facilities de-
veloped during the summer period
include the Nathan Seifer Memo- I
rial Lecture Hall, erected under
the terms of a gift from the fam-
ily of the late Chicago industrial-
ist and philanthropist. Also ready
for student use is the Alpha
Omega Biological Laboratories,
comprising a Research Labora-
tory, an Advanced Research Lab-
oratory, Faculty Laboratory and
demonstration rooms. The labora-
tories were created from funds
given to the university by Alph
Omega fraternity, a national den-
tal fraternity. Facilities for the
newly organized Department of
Music have also been completed.
Mr. Alpert, in reviewing the
expansion of the board of trus-
tees of Brandeis University, noted
that several outstanding figures
dedicated to equality in educa-
tional opportunity and integrity
of educational standards have
been added to the founding board
of the university. Among these
are Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife
of the late President and present-
ly a leading figure in the United
Nations deliberations; Isadore
Lubin. nationally prominent
economist and statistician; David
K. Niles, well-known adult edu-
cation and civil rights leader; Is-
rael Rogosin, New York indus-
trialist and philanthropist; and
Jacob Shapiro, veteran of the

President Abram L. Sachar of Brandeis University chatting
with a counselor of student activities and a student committee in
the lounge of Smith Hall on the 100 acre campus of the Waltham.
Massachusetts institution.
World War II and Successful
manufacturer.
Particularly was the student
body interested in the presence
of "Benny" Friedman, Michigan
football immortal and recently
appointed director of athletic ac-
tivities for Brandeis, on the
campus. Friedman announced
that athletic plans for the com-
ing academic season would be re-
stricted largely to intra-mural
competition. Inter-collegiate com-
petition will be launched within
the next few years.
Another phase of the Brandeis
University development high-
lighted at the opening activities,
was the nation-wide expansion
of related Brandeis groups. The
Brandeis Associates, local groups
which serve the university in the
role of "alumni" during its early
years, have spread their activi-
ties south to Houston, Texas and
west to St. Louis, Mo. The Na-
tional Women's Committees, al-
ready boasting of a membership
in the thousands, has spanned the
continent with local chapters. The
first undertaking of the women
has been the stocking of the uni-
versity library, to which they
have added more than 15,000 vol-
umes last year.
Throughout the beginning ex-
ercises the basic educational con-
cepts of Brandeis were emphas-
ized again and again by adminis-
trative officials and faculty.
Stress was placed on the signi-
ficance of the Jewish sponsorship
of the university and simulta-
neously upon the nonsectarianism
of the institution in its academic
curriculum, faculty, staff and
student body. It was pointed out
that the actual ratio of faculty
to students for the academic year
1949-1950 is one to eight, one of
the lowest in the country, per-
mitting small classes, high in-
structional effectiveness and close
relationships between teacher and
student.
Dr. Sachar in wishing the stu-
dents success during the coming
year's program, concluded his ad-
dress by dwelling on the official
motto of Brandeis University,
"Truth, even to its inermost
parts .", and urged the students
to model their aspirations and be-
havior in accordance with the
ideals of the late Justice Louis
Dembitz Brandeis, in whose mem-
ory the institution was named.
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Imberman
Beach Y Plans
Square Dance
A very active social season ap-
pears in the offing at the Mi-
ami Beach YM-WHA, according
to Milton Sirkin, president.
Plans for a number of affairs
are now being formulated by the
social committee. First on the
calendar is a square dance to be
held Sunday evening, November
6.
Butter Ball Paige and his "Red
River Boys" will furnish the
music and provide entertainment.
Working on arrangements for
the event are A. Budd Cutler,
decorations; Herman A. Binder,
publicity; Warren Siegler, enter-
tainment; Herb Wallach, tickets;
Jack Lampert, admissions; Lorlee
Mann and Sue Moss, refresh-
ments. Y Staff Member Ethel
Shapiro is also assisting.
Other members of the social
committee are Al Ossip. chair-
main, Bill Goldworm, Vic Eber,
Gertrude Miller. Marion Carver,
Archie Kass, Nettie Lefkowitz,
Leila Rosenthal, Joseph Malek,
Fred Sewall, Ed Oka, Ethel
Deutsch, Alice Bergson, Bea
Damson and Jewel Laber.
Admission is 60 cents for mem-
bers and 74 cents for non-mem-
bers. Tickets are now available
at the Beach Y and may be ob-
tained from committee members
as well as from members of other
Y organizations.
There will be square and mod-
ern dancing.
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*Je^ntncrkUan
raDAV, SEPTEMBER
30, 1949
'
David Rosner Leases Delmonico Hotel For
Ten Years; Dietary Laws To Be Observed
David Rosner. famed operator
of hotels observing dietary laws
in Miami Beach and Atlantic City,
announced the culmination of a
life-time dreamhis supervision
of dietary laws in the setting of a
glamorous luxury hotel.
The hotel is the swank new
Delmonico in Miami Beach, on
the ocean at 64th St.. amid Miami
Beach's newest and most beauti-
ful oceanfront hotels. Rosner has
closed a 10-year-lease on the Del-
monico for approximately two
million dollars and will take pos-
session on Nov. 1.
Some fifteen years ago Rosner
leased from the Biscayne Collins
Hotel in Miami Beach.
With the northward growth of
Miami Beach. Rosner's family as-
sociates and entire staff moved
with him to the Astor Hotel on
Washington Ave. The Astor be-
came one of the hotels requisi-
tioned by the government during
the war. When hotels were re-
turned to their owners. Rosner
leased the Victor for five years.
A pioneer in the field of Jewish
public service. Rosner was eager
to link ancient tradition to the
most modern decor. He observed
that Miami Beach was eclipsing
the nation with new hotels so
exqusitely designed for guests"
rt that they left older hotels
antiquated. To combine the old-
est in tradition with the newest
in beauty became his ann. and
his search ended at the 151-room
Delmonico. oceanfront hostelry
built only last year in the ex-
clusive North Beach strand.
The Delmonico is completely
air-conditioned. It is equipped
with :".? own outdoor pool, cabana
colony, dancing patio, marine
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Dr.rid Rosner
X. Shore I nils
Collwt $214 For
Polio Foundation
An error was made in the re-
port of the collection of funds by
North Shore Lodge and Women's
Chapter. B'nai B'rith. for the polio
fund at their last meeting. Early
reports indicated that $184 had
been collected by both groups. A ]
final check-up revealed that the |
walk overlooking the ocean. 200;sum of S214 had been collected,
feet cf private beach, a smart
cocktail lounge, card rooms, a
spacious and uniquely decorated
lobby, terrace room for dancing
and the Dolphin Room for dining.
On the premises are a beauty and
barber shop, valet, trained swim-
ming staff and travel services.
Season plans for the Delmoni-
co's kosher operation include a
y of guest diversions, social
director, dance-studio, popular
music and water shows.
Associated with Rosr.er in the
new project are his wife: his son.
lei. and Rosner's brother-in-
law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sarr.
Slotmck.
Last year Rosr.er was elected
vice president of Miami's Beth
Jacob Congregation and is now a
Beth Jacob director. He main-
tains1 a winter home on Prairie
Ave. in Miami Beach. In that
area, he ha; become well-known
Drama. Panel Discussion
To Be Aired Tomorrow
My Song. Yankee Doodle." the
latest episode in the radio series
"Stories To Remember." will be
presented over station WVCG.
Coral Gables, tomorrow at 5 p.m.
Participating in the fifteen-
minute live panel discussion to
follow immediately will be Dr.
Jess Spirer. coordinator of the
guidance center. University of
Miami, who will serve as modera-
tor: Mrs. Elsie Delaney. princi-
pal. Riverside Elementary School:
Mrs. Sam Silver. Coral Gables;
clubwoman; and David H. Cohn,|
assistant director. Florida region- I
al office. Anti-Defamation League j
of B'nai B'rith.
Starring the noted actress
Helen Claire. "My Song. Yankee
Doodle" presents the story of a
voung Chinese boy whose refusal
to relinquish his rights as an
American wins him the com-
panionship of his schoolmates.
The "Let We ForgetStories
To Remember" series is presented
each Saturday over station
WVCG. with live panel presenta-
tions following the dramatized
transcriptions, through the Coral
Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith and
Florida regional office. Anti-De-
famation League.
I The 'Stories To Remember
series was produced by the In-
stitute for Democratic Education
in cooperation with the Anti-De-
famation League.
Board To Meet
A board meeting of Sholem
Lodge Women of B'nai B'rith will
be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30
at the home of Mrs. Milton Was-
man. 2610 S.W. 5th Ave. Plans
for the forthcoming membership
drive will be discussed and re-
freshments will be served.
Gables Group To
Hold Yom Kippur
Concert. Dance
Sisterhod of First Jewish Con-
gregation of Coral Gables will
celebrate the closing of the Yom
Kippur holiday with a concert
and dance at the Coliseum Mon-
day at 8 p.m. Pierce Mande and
his orchestra will play.
Also on the program will be
the choirs of the Hollywood Jew-
ish Center and the First Jewish
Congregation of Coral Gables.
They will render special arrange-
ments of Palestinian folk songs
under the leadership of Mande.
Oklahoma Tournament
Aids Children's Hospital
An Oklahoma tournament and
canasta games session will ^ 3
Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the v"
ty Club atop tne Alcazar HoJ
The tournament is beine Z-
sored by Mrs. Sid Whi wh
being aided by Mrs. Edna fu"
man and Mrs. SelmaT Frted aP_
Donation will be one dollar anrf
all proceeds are earmarked **
the South Florida Children's
p. al. Tickets may be obtained hC
. calling Mrs. White atS
Mrs. Chapman at 5-1016 or Z
Variety Club. Prizes w 11 g 2*
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[of the Children's Hospital.
for his philanthropies and his
genuine and generous interest in
corr.rr ur.::v welfare
and turned over to the Polio Fund |
organization by Sol Schwartz. |
collection chairman of the eve-
ning.
President Mark Silverstein and
Mrs. Mark Silverstein. presidents
of the two organizations, indi-
cated that further efforts would
be made to send additional con-
tributions to the Polio Founda-
tion in the future.
Board To Meet
A meeting of the board of the
Beth David Sisterhood has been
called for Wednesdav at 1:30 p.m.
at the Talmud Torah. 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. by Mrs. Harry Gordon,
president.
Gables Center To
Sponsor Danee
The Coral Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
Yom Kippur night dance Monday
at 9 p.m. at the new temple build-
ing. 320 Palermo Ave.. Coral
Gables, according to Herbert Gel-
ernter. president.
There will be prizes, music,
dancing and refreshments. Mem- '
bers and friends are invited to
attend.
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Tropical BB Women To
Hear Dr. Michelson
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, will speak
to members of the Tropical B'nai
B'rith Women Tuesday night at
8:30 at the Hyde Park Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. A. Blackman, chairman of
the chapter Hillel committee, is
in charge of the program.
Nero passinately loved to play
the bagpipe, according to the En-
cyclopaedia Britannica.
Gables Women
Elect Officers
Mrs. Arthur Borak was elected
president of the Sisterhood of the
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables at a recent meeting
of the organization at the home
of Mrs. Leon Honig.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Paul Zerler, vice president;
Mrs. Nathan Bernstein, secretary;
Mrs. Ben Friedman, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Murray Bar-
son, treasurer.
Installation will take place at
a luncheon in the near future.
Making plans for their first fund-raising dance are the members of Tropical Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women pictured here. Above are (1. to r.) Mrs. Irving Cohen, co-chairman; Mrs. Melivn Ben-
ner publicity chairman; Mrs. Louis Grossman, chairman; Mrs. Irving Goodman, ticket chairman.
The affair is slated for October 9 at 8:30 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel and will feature a floor show
as well as dancing.
Traditional Education Council Formed
A council for the furtherance
of traditional Jewish education,
to be called the Traditional Ed-
ucation Council, was organized at
a recent meeting of the principals
of religious schools at Beth El,
Beth Jacob. Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation and
Knescth Israel.
"In view of the fact that these
congregations have a decided
traditional point of view regard-
ing Judaism." a spokesman for
the group said, "it was felt that
there were numerous avenues for
united programs and activities
for the ultimate goal of maintain-
ing a traditional Judaism.
"The activities of the council,"
the spokesman continued, "are in
no way intended to duplicate
anything already being done in
: Jewish education in
our community."
The council will sponsor two
joint Succoth parties to be held
Tuesclav. October 9 at 4 p.m.
Studmts of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will at-
tend the party at Congregation
Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., while
'students of Congregation Beth
I Jacob will attend the affair at
Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1415
Euclid Ave. Pupils of each school
{will participate in the joint pro-
' gram.
Children's Corner
Grows From Nursery To
Grade And High School
Colonial Children's Corner, es-
tablished in 1940, has grown from
a small nursery and kindergarten
school to an institution which to-
day also includes a grade and
high school.
According to A. D. Zweibel, di-
rector, the school's program of
"life-adjustment education" is de-
signed to emphasize character and
' personality growth. "Merely
teaching children the three Ks
and a few skills is not enough,
he says. "To meet the require-
ments of living in today's com-
plex world much more is needed.
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"i the Newark, N. J. schools and psychological counselor in the
Alfred Adler Consultation Center. New York City.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
For Information Visit the School, or Call
Beth El Meeting
Congregation Beth El will hold
its annual meeting on Tuesday
at 8 p.m. at the Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.,
according to an announcement by
Sidney H. Palmer, president.
Nominations for all elective of-
ficers and board members will
take place at that time.
Children must develop courage,
reliability, resourcesfulness and
a sense of responsibility."
Zweibel has had more than
thirty years experience as a
teacher and school administrator.
He was educated in New York
City schools, received his bache-
lor's degree from City College of
New York and his master's from
New York University. He has
also taken graduate work at Co-
lumbia University.
He holds teaching licenses in
New York, Newark and Jersey
City and has taught in Jewish
religious schools.
For several years Zweibel
served as a psychological coun-
selor at the Alfred Adler Con-
sultation Center in New York.
There he worked with adults who
required psychological therapy
and maladjusted children.
Zweibel is planning a series of
meetings with parents so that a
harmonious parent-child-teacher
relationship may be established.
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JenisHk>ritfiiw
PAGE SEVENTEEN
JWV Units Directed To Apply Quarantine
Treatment To All Subversive Elements
Jewish War Veterans' units throuqhout the country were
directed to apply a "quarantine treatment to public appearances
of, or utterances by, communists, fascists and all other sub-
versive elements.
The directive was issued by the JWV's national policy com-
mittee, which announced that all '
series of meetings throughout the
country."
( Dorfman said his organization
"was determined to avoid any re-
petition of the occurrences at
Peekskill that were far more use-
ful to extremists of the left and
the right than to the overwhelm-
ing majority of Americans who
have learned that communism
and fascism can only be dealt
with effectively by turning to
law and legislation."
units of the organization were
bring "prohibited from initiating
or participating in any public
demonstration which poses a
potential consequence of riot or
public disorder."
A Jewish War Veterans' post
may request permission to par-
ticipate in a public expression
against communism or fascism,
the regulation went on, but may
not undertake action without the
sanction of a special three-man
committee.
The directive said the following
conditions would govern any au-
thorization for a JWV post to take
part in a public demonstration
against communism or fascism:
In instances involving a parade
or public meeting, the anti-sub-
versive demonstration "must be
set at such a distance as to assure
against physical contact of audi-
ences attending the separate
meetings."
An "a priori consideration of
any demonstration against com-
munism or fascism must be the
assurance to any participating
JWV unit that such a demonstra-
tion will not serve to evoke racial
or religious bigotry or un-Amer-
ican, anti-democratic expres-
sions."
JWV posts were told that fail-
ure to comply with the directive
would "constitute a violation of
discipline." The order added that
JWV posts would be obliged "to
abstain or withdraw from parti-
cipation" in any group demons-
tration against communism or
fascism of a nature inconsistent
with JWV policy.
Myer Dorfman of St. Paul,
Minn., national commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, said the di-
rective was being issued "in the
light of recent incidents at Peek-
skill, N. Y., and because Paul
Itubeson and his sponsors have
announced they are planning a
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Balkin Author Of
Magazine Article
"Miami Beach Hits Bias," an
article by Gilbert J. Balkin, di-
rector. Florida regional office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B nth, is featured in the Septem-
ber issue of the National Jewish
Monthly, B'nai B'rith's official
national publication.
Tracing the educational and
social action campaign which led
to the recent adoption of the Mi-
ami Beach Anti-Discriminatory
Advertising Ordinance, the article
commends the Miami Beach city
council for its democratic action
in enacting this measure to ad-
vance harmonious community re-
lationships.
Legal sanction for the Miami
Beach anti-discriminatory adver-
tising ordinance was obtained
through the passage by the Flor-
ida Legislature at its regular 1949
session of a special enabling act
authorizing the measure.
Since the passage of this or-
dinance, all three of the "restrict-
ed" signs which were present in
Miami Beach at the time of adop-
tion have been voluntarily re-
moved, Balkin has announced.
U-M Symphony To
Open 22nd Season
The University of Miami an-
nounces the twenty-second season
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, with Modeste
Alloo, music director, who is en-
tering his eighth year as it con-
ductor.
Program provides for nine pair
of symphony concerts on Sunday
afternoons at 3 o'clock, and Mon-
day evening at 8:30, with the fol-
lowing soloists: Vina Barnden,
pianist, October 30 and 31; Helen
Traubel, dramatic soprano, No-
vember 20 and 21; Genette Neveu
violinist, December 11 and 12;
Jesus Maria Samroma, pianist
January 22 and 23; Lauritz Mel-
choir, heroic tenor, February 12
and 13; University of Miami
Chorale, March 5 and 6; Jean
Bedetti, violincellist, April 2 and
3; William Primrose, violist, April
23 and 24; Frank Edwinn, basso,
May 14 and 15.
The university is also sponsor-
ing the following extra concerts:
United States Navy Band, mati-
nee and evening performances,
October 11; lecture by Mary Gar-
den, December 17; Budapest
String Quartet, in two different
programs, January 5 and 6; Mar-
garet Truman, lyric soprano, with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, February 19 and
20; Edwin Franko Goldman, guest
conductor of the University of
Miami Symphonic Band, Feb-
ruary 28; Nelson Eddy, baritone,
song recital, March 27.
Morris To Attend
Spanish War Vets
Meet In Tampa
Hy M. Morris of Miami, com-
mander of the Department of
Florida, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, has been in-
vited to attend the national en-
campment of the United Spanish
War Veterans, to be held in Tam-
pa from October 8 to 13.
The encampment is being held
under the auspices of the General
Joe Wheeler Camp No. 2. with
E. I. Weil as chairman of the en-
campment committee. It will open
with a banquet at the Columbia
Restaurant at 7 p.m. on October 8.
While on the west coast of
Florida Commander Morris will
visit with the JWV posts in
Tampa and St. Petersburg, and
return by wav of Orlando, where
a new post is being organized.
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Mental habits of self-control,
self-reliance, and concentration
or their opposites, are formed
when a child is two to five years
old, and are seldom changed in
later years.
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For advice,, mall your Investment
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About the Growth ir.i Proff*** :f IsraelA
Yea.- ol Peace a.-.d Joy :: All JewryHealth tad
Happiness Pot Ever- .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl
and Daughters
BARBARA, PHYLLIS. MARCIA. BERN1CE
Limited Sales Tax to Go Into Effect Nov. 1
TO ALL A HAPPY
S F. W Y E A ?.
IDEAL ROOFING SERVICE PHONE 2-1133 "
26: N. E. '3rd Street Miami
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
XEWS TOWER (.KILL
V.-! AIM TO PLEASE
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
TALLAHASSEE Florida on
1 mber 1 will abandon real
and spot taxes u major
sources! : public money and
adrp: i sales tax and state
aid I aesfton
:: the lire has agreed upon
wul produce
somewhere around S40.0O0.0O0 a
year. I help pay for
.- mmon school sts, expansion
: the state ir.stituti. r.s ~r.i rr.rre
a:d to depenr
Legislative friends of Governor
Fuller Warren successfully fougnt
:':' attempt it produ e a gen-
eral sail agreed instead on
^ne which exempts foodstuffs.
-.; ..-. : SIO and a few other
necessities The tax will be col-
ected by the state comptroller.
: : kens It will
am unt to cne cent on purchases
from 9 cents tc 40. two cents from
!' 7( ind three rents n those
- -; $1 Purchaaea of 8
nu and less are exempt.
, Sute aid for Florida citMJ
erged as another :: the fruits
; the spec legislative session.
LILLIAN DVBIAKT'S
tint Street Flower Shop
423 lift Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221
FLORAL FASHION 1ST
In Complete Wedding Service
Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WI DEUVER
HANCOCK
Refrigeration Co.
FRIGIDAIRE DEALER"
Soles and Service
1524 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 9-9578
H. C. HANCOCK. Prop.
I with each city after November 1
authorized to get all the cigarette
tax money collected within its
limits. The tax is increased from
four to five cents a pack, and the
money is granted on condition
that the city reduce its tax on
real estate by at least 50 per cent
of the amount it gets from the
state.
Aid to counties also was voted
by :he legislature, to turn over
to the counties for road building
the proceeds of the seventh cent
of gasoline tax. about J6.000.000 a
year. The state road department
will do the actual work for 80 per
cent of the amount to be spent
within the county receiving it.
and the county will have the
spending of 20 per cent. Real
estate taxes must be reduced. This
money has been going to schools
and to general state revenue.
In addition to financing the
state and its cities and counties.
Governor Fuller Warren also rec-
ommended to the legislature that
it cut the mileage tax on trucks
from 1 cent to one-half cent a
mile, that it outlaw the Klan as a
hooded body, that it enable big
counties to have two county
judges and that it correct an
error in appropriations which
trimmed three quarters of a mil-
lion dollars from the motor vehi-
cle department budget in the reg-
ular session appropriations act.
These suggested bills were sent
to the legislature after it had
completed its finance program
and before adjournment.
Comptroller C. II Gay issued
the following statement concern-
ing the new sales tax:
The decision of the legislature
Program Planned
For Children With
Cerebral Palsv
A series of sx...
tional programs for 1
palsied children -
Miami area is being p
the Cerebral Palsy Pan
cil of the Dade Com -
Crippled Children A..
palsied children thn
age and up are inviU
the affairs.
First event sched.;-
beach party to be jj
the Miami B
ter. B'nai B'rith. at ;.-..
Yorker. 1611 Collins
Beach, on Saturda
at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Har
will act as f r
noon.
Children will meet a: 1
Park. N.W. 3rd Ave Tw
2nd St.. and transp. n
be provided for th
who require it Memt
Sigma Rho Chapter. AZA
sist with the transp
Next event
a trip to Fairyland F
scheduled are trips I
plant, the county fail
tropical bird (arms : n:
local newspapers
Mrs. Pete Ben
and she will be assi: Jfn
Sam Nudelman. Mr? Arthur 2
Frishman and Bars H
Parents of eerel
children are urged t
them for all ever.-.; nol thar
October 10. by ca'.: ng !
of the Dade C:ur.t\ 5
Crippled Children at 4-9
ELLIOTT SCHOOL OF HORSEMANSHIP
HVTOM-: ACHES STABLES
747 L 9th Street Hioleah
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Phone 88-2186
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 15th Street
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-1422
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Glasser
Phyllis Lee, Mono Louisa
and Sonya Stephanie
wiih all their relatives
and friends a
Happy New Year
A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI
Plant11W N.W. Seventy-Tr.ird Street
I III I t. \ s CORPORATION
lz N.E. Seccnc Avenue
Phone 3-8602
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> GREETINGS TO ALL
RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-34132
RAY Mill
sill IT METAL WORKS
1085 N.W. 36th STREET MLAM1 37. FLA.
GEORGE P. KABNEGIS
Royal Raking
Company
601 N. W. 7th Street
EGETABLES
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ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
2160 N.W. 21st St.
Ph. 3-8795
to enact the lim ted -
tax law prompts me to outline
at once the genera, plans
policy my office exp~; I
in administering t:
"We expect to -'--
dure simple and com-
plications so it .'.'. little
burden as pes- -
chants and the pu
plead for the help c I
cooperation of every r-
new venture in F
cannot do a creditabl)
carrying out the la-
assistance of merer.. -
who are to aid this tt
lecting the tax.
"I am hopeful thi I
papers, radio stal '
ficials. civic and tr.-. -
help me make ken,
people the basic facts
and encourage ccn.r..
"We will have emr
are courteous.
helpful. A limned tint u! be
needed to frame th- rules
of procedure to be f 1-
we intend to move r "
the job before us. C .
suggestions will
Wl WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS & PATRONS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
COMORO CAFETERIA
1921 Collins Avenue Miami Beach

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REPAIRS
TIRES TUBES
Lubrication Specialists
4198 N.W. 36th Street
Ph. 88-1201
G R E E T I N G S
Day Fnone 3-0819 Night Phooe 7-7115
DADE REFTVISHERS
FURNITURE SAND BLASTING &
TROPICAL REFTNISHING
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue-
B. D. KNDSCHADLEP. M F. SCALES
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND
PATRONS A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Phone 2-8918
SAREZE ORIGINALS
GEORGE B. FELLER
Mannfacru'-e'-s of Exclusive Sponaicear
BEACHWEAR
2605 N. W. 2nd Arenue Miami 37. Florida
over sixty mrty
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pnAV. SEPTEMBER 30, 1949
vJenist Ihsil, u
PAGE NINETEEN
Letters To The Editor
I iiinformed
The Jewish Floridian
Dear Editor:
Cantor Feder's attack on my
statement regarding "cantor-
teachers," "shamos-teachers was
unwarranted. My statement was
not directed against him nor
t Rev. Mamches, because
heir qualifications in terms of
sraduation from a recognized
teacher Training Institution are
k< n to me. They are the ex-
ceptions, not the rule. Generally
speaking, cantors .are not quali-
fied to teach. This holds true for
Miami, as well as for other cities.
This is no reflection on cantors
cantorsand when it comes
to that, I am not qualified to pass
judgment, ,
Cantor Feder himself has not
made up his mind yet whether he
is a si xton, a cantor or a teacher.
der for Jewish education to
be more effective, we need fully
au fied Jewish teachers, pro-
nals, dedicated to the sole
task of teaching. .
n congregations wish to
economize. combinations are
made. First they look for the can-
tor, and then they inquire into
his teaching qualifications. It is
not the reverse. If the cantor is a
Qualified teacher, the children are
lucky. If not. it is just too bad for
thr education of the children.
Cantor Feder must recognize that
is a principle involved,
namely, that of raising the dignity
of the Jewish teaching profession
and of providing our children with
the best teachers possible.
Cantor Feder indirectly made
aging remarks about the
Bun iu of Jewish Education and
casl 'loubt on the bureau's ef-
fectiveness. The bureau's record
. for itself and needs no de-
While the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education has always wel-
come I criticism during my five
incumbency, the criticism
had to be based on knowledge of
the facts involved. I am afraid
i r Feder does not know
enough about the Bureau of Jew-
i ,t ion's activities to be
able to judge its usefulness to
the Jewish schools and to the
1 Jewish community.
Sincerely yours,
A. P. GANNES.
Director, Philadelphia Council
on Jewish Education. ___
Courageous
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
Jewish Floridian
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
The board of directors of the
Coral Gables Zionist District con-
vened September 14, 1949. At that
time your column referring to the
Readers' Digest article "Israel's
Flag is Not Mine" was discussed
at great length.
The board wishes to go on rec-
ord to laud you for your excel-
lent, courageous, and enlighten-
ing refutation of the Lillienthal
article. It was a splendid expose
which we hope will reach many
of the Readers' Digest readers.
Very truly yours,
Zionist Org. of America,
Coral Gables District,
Polly J. Beane, Sec.
Armando Gerstel To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Armando Gerstel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, 1023
S.W. 13th Ct., will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
Armando will conduct services,
read from the Torah and address
the congregation in English and
Yiddish. Rabbi Simon April will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is president of
the junior congregation of the
synagogue and a student at Shen-
andoah Junior High School.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
Best Wishes For A i
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Guarantee Sanitary Systems
3211 S. W. 22nd Terrace Phone 83-3970
Hadassah Unit To
Meet October 10
Miami Group of Hadassah will
start the autumn season with an
open house membership meeting
on Monday afternoon, October 10,
at 1 o'clock in the Biscayne Room
of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs.
David Hess, membership chair-
man, will welcome all new mem-
bers.
The program will be opened
with a prayer offered by Mrs.
Samuel Chernoff. The film
"Naomi Says Yes" will then be
presented, to be followed by a
skit with the Mesdames Harold
B. Cohen, David Hess and Sylvia
Bush in the leading roles. An
interpretation of the Succoth
Festival will be given by Mrs.
Simon April. Refreshments will
be served.
Imprisonment in ancient
Rome was used only to detain a
prisoner until tried, when he
was either killed, physically
punished, or freed.____________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
Dr. and Mrs.
David S. Andron
and Family
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Bidone
1334 18th Street
Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
$
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
APPLIANCE STORE"
136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-2493
I
GREETINGS
TO ALL
i
MORRIS, JACK and HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
RICCIOS
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
Restaurant
"The Finest Italian Cuisine in
America"
New Beautilul Banquet Room
with facilities for all
Anniversaries and Parties
Phono 7-6937 or 7-9555
Wl i re Miami Meets the Beach for
Dinner.
Wl N E. 79th St. on the Causeway
The Blue Grass Room open all
year around.
Mr. and Mrs.
Morton S. Fagan
Daughter
EVELYN SUNSHINE AXLROD
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER an
191
Release Of New Anti-Violence Pamphlet
Is Announced By Florida ADL Office
Release of the new booklet en-
titled "How To Stop Violence! In-
timidation! In Your Comunity" in
Miami and Florida is announced
by Gilbert J. Balkin. director.
Florida regional office. Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
A handbook of legal weapons
against mob violence, the booklet
was prepared by Morris Abram
and Alexander F. Miller and pub-
lished by the Southern ADL of-
fice, with headquarters in At-
lanta. Georgia.
'Liberal strides have been
made all over the South, and we
of the South are proud that our
leadership, in the main, is guid-
ing our efforts towards the goal
of en'.ightened progress. The evo-
lution of the South has on occa-
sion been retarded, but not for
long. Among the enemies who
would retard this process of con-
scious evolution are terrorist or-
ganizations," states Judge Ema-
nuel Lewis, chairman of the
Southern regional ADL board, in
his foreword to the booklet.
-How to Stop Violence! In-
timidation! In Your Community"
was prepared in answer to the
manv requests for information
about legislation, either existing
or proposed, on this subject. The
booklet discusses the several
tvpes of laws to curb terroristic
organizations, the background of
the laws and the ways in which
these laws can be used most ef-
fectively. Model laws illustrating
each tvpe are contained in an ap-
pendix at the end of the booklet.
Several of these laws, notably the
anti-mask bill and the anti-cross
burning bill, have been enacted
in 22 communities in Florida.
Georgia and Tennessee, and Ala-
bama recently passed the state
anti-mask act. Balkin pointed out
that Florida communities have
taken the lead in the adoption of
model anti-mask and anti-cross-
burning ordinances. Among the
Florida cities enacting such legis-
lation have been Miami. Miami
Beach. Coral Gables. South Mi-
ami, Miami Shores, Tallahassee.
Bartow, Tarpon Springs and At-
lantic Beach.
Commenting on the booklet.
Judge Lewis points out that,
while it is realised that legislation
cannot make morals, nor can it
control mores, the activity pro-
moting legislative action and the
legislation itself can and do in-
fluence public thinking and most
certainly form an important part
of the expression and implement-
ation of public opinion. The gap
between law and law enforcement
is clearly recognized, and the re-
sponsible citizen is charged with
the responsibility of causing this
gap to be closed and insuring that
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law enforcement officers are held
responsible for the just and ef-
fective discharge of their duties.
"While we of the South have
contributed our full share of the
problems resulting from discrim-
inations, this booklet is another
demonstration that we also are
contributing more than our full
share toward the solution of the
problems of bigotry," says Judge
Lewis.
Alexander F. Miller is well
known in the Miami area, having
served as director of the Florida
regional ADL office during the
war years. Morris Abram is a
practicing attorney in the city of
Atlanta, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of George and a Rhodes
scholar.
Gables Lodge
Launches Third
Bowling Season
The third consecutive bowling
season has been launched by the
Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
at the Playdium Bowling Alleys,
it has been announced by Bill
Hechler, bowling league presi-
dent.
The lodge sponsors a B nai
B'rith tournament between eight
teams of five men each with
trophies to the winners. The Coral
Gables top scoring team is en-
tered in the Playdium business
men's league. Other officers of
the bowling league are Alvin
Corenblum. vice president: Gene
Seidler, secretary: and Nat Lawr-
ence, treasurer.
Other B'nai B'rith Lodges and
outside clubs may secure matches
with the Gables team by con-
tacting Alvin Corenblum at
48-4022.
Tanenbauni Is
FDR I nit Prexy
Joseph Tanenbaum has been
elected president of the FDR
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Men. I
it has been announced by Charles
R. Jacobson. executive director of,
the B'nai B'rith Council.
Other officers of the chapter
are Walter Traurig. vice presi-
dent' David Seibler, correspond-
ing secretary: Marshall Bernard,
secretarv; Norman Frank, treas-
urer: Herbert Lowe, parliamen-
tarian; Murrav Cohen, sergeant-
at-arms and Martin Wetstein. as-
sistant sergeant-at-arms.
The group, composed of young
men between the ages of 18 and
26 who endeavor to carry out the
community service programs of
the national organization, recent-
lv presented a program of enter-
tainment for the youngsters at
the National Children's Cardiac
Home. ^_______________
Manischewitz Plans
Bakery In Israel
NEW YORKChaim Pomer-
antz, technical adviser of the B.
Manischewitz Co.. sailed for Is-
rael this week with D!ans to build
a large plant for making mat-
zohs for Israeli Jews. ____
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HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
Ftt REST COWVALCSCIt*d
ams aavxac uiu
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gtl uiaMi-rLORlPA.
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the first code of tactics for the
British Navy.
EDWIN WILSON
the FENCE MAN
FACTORY TRAINED ERECTOR
3252 South West 23rd Terrace
Phone 4.Q606
Miami
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3585 _____
REV. I. FABER
PROMINENT MOHL
Performs brism according to the
Laws of Moses and Israel.
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311 S. W. 9th Avenue
Kosher Killed
Chickens
TENNESSEE
POULTRY & EGG CO.
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1340 S.W. 8th St
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417 Washington Are.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
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For Synagogues and Prirate
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
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NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK
SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M.
TO 11 A.M.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
AND FRIDAY FROM
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Linen Shower Planned
In answer to an emergency call
for linens and baby layettes for
newcomers to Israel, Pioneer
Women Club No. One of Miami
Beach will sponsor a linen show-
er Sunday, November 13, at 8
p.m. at Congregation Kneseth Is-
rael (formerly the old Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center)
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Admission will be by donation of
linen or items for baby layettes.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For the 2-Story Wftite
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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