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The Jewish Floridian ( September 1, 1950 )

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/ l^wiislhJEJIiOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY frME 2NUMBER 34 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Abess Is Named tcmber 3, a com, f the economic | ntlng the Jewish | [will be presented to the lean leaders, and their ad| [ %  ill be sought on matters of nic. financial and develop| licv. with special bearing ; He problem of continued | scale immigration and ab. ,n. the communique said. It i execu ti ve and its deputies in the that it is not intended to Knesset this week decided to call the meeting any deflates, but rather to decide course of future action in f the developing discussion n the Israelis and the icans. communique listed among xpected American particicould consider methods of dealing Zionist leaders and reprewith what it called the deteriorives of the United Jewish ating econom i c situation and for I United Palestine Appeal. re examination of foreign policy Distribution Committee and uncil of Jewish Federations iU terms of the changing mter' national situation. upon Joseph Sprinzak, acting president and speaker of the House, to immediately reconvene the Parliament. The parley urged the action so that the Parliament Welfare Funds. After pointwho the Americans at arley wil be. the communiided that it is "confidently (led" that they will bring jK "their many years of lence" in dealing with the %  m of the economic delent of Israel and an ";\iknowledge" of financing bilities in the United States. illy, it announced that consultations are contemwith representatives of the feh communities of other tries. point conference of members he General Ziornst Party's Addressing a mass meeting in Tel Aviv this week, Menahem Beigin, head of the right-wing Herut Party, called for a new national coalition to govern Israel. Referring to the international situation, Mr. Beigin warned against the possibility of infringement of Israel's sovereignty as a result of the East-West conflict. He charged that the arming of the Arabs means "strangling" of Israel and urged that the Israel delegation at the United Nations be instructed to work against the rearmament of Germany. % &f&f < NEXT FRIDAYewish Floridian losh Hashona Edition PACKED WITH... PICTURES NEWS GREETINGS FEATURE ARTICLES Jewish Personalities in the United Nations The Year in Literature Let's Resolve Can the Arabs Stay in Israel? A Critical Period What I Saw in Israel I Cover the "DP" Boats Looking Back: A Year of American Jewish Life Harry Simonhoff's "I'll Say" Mount Sinai Hospital—A Year Later Bringing Aeronautics to Israel And a host of entertaining features Copies of The Jewish Floridian Rosh Hashona Edition will be available to regular subsc ri bers only. Leonard L. Abess, prominent business and civic leader, was elected president of the Dado County Community Chest last weekend. Abess, who was vacationing in Maine at the time of the appointment, accepted the post by telegram and disclosed that he will meet with the directors shortly after Labor Day. The announcement by James I. Keller. Jr.. chairman pro tern, climaxed several months of chesi reorganization and marked the beginning of intensive preparations for the approaching campaign for funds to support member agencies. "During the past four months. 15 of our foremost citizens have been working quietly but effectively to develop a business like organization and program warranting the confidence and : support of the community at | large," Abess said in his accept| ance. "I am strengthened in approaching my responsibilities by their agreement to continue unremittingly the vital effort to forge a representative and successful chest. "I shall need, and shall expect to have, the unstinting assistance of the leaders in business, industry, the professions. the churches and our labor, civic and social organizations," Abess declared. "The grave task of maintaining the service of our agencies and preserving the principles of federated fund raising will require the participation of every thoughtful person in D a d e County." Keller called for community support for the new president and urged contributors to the last campaign to pay their pledges as soon as possible because money is urgently needed for the maintenance of member agencies until the next campaign. The new chest president is senior partner of Abess. Morgan, I Altemus and Weinberg, certified public accountants, and has lived ; in Miami for the past 25 years. He is chairman of the board of the North Shore Bank, president of the Industrial Savings Bank I and vice president of the Miami | | Beach Savings and Loan Association. Abess is also a director of the Miami Beach Chamber of ComHaifa Refineries Resume Operations HAIFA, (JTA)—The Haifa oil refineries which have been shut down for about two years after the Arabs interrupted the flow of crude oil from Iraq to Haifa, this week resumed operations as a result of agreements reached recently between the Jewish state and oil companies in Britain and the United States. David Horowitz, director-general of the Ministry of Finance, who concluded the agreements in London and Washington, was present at the resumption of activity. A trial run proved that the machinery had been kept in perfect order since the refineries closed at the start of the ArabIsrael war. The refineries have been twice reopened for short periods since then. They were closed again because of Egypt's refusal to allow crude oil to be transported through the Suez Canal. The refining capacity of the Haifa refineries is estimated at 4,000,000 tons a year with a possible top limit of 7,000.000 tons. However, experts considered that actual output initially would be less than 1,000.000 tons. Work will be speeded up as soon as crude oilstocks reach a required mark. Leonard L. Abess merce. a trustee of Mount Sinai! Hospital, state chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'lith and a member of the Miami \ Beach Rotary Club, the Variety Club, the Miami Opera Guild, Masons and Elks. Nevo Named Israel Consul To New York TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Foreign Ministry has announced the appointment of Yosef Nevo as Israel consul in New York, effective September 1. Mr. Nevo, who was born in the United States and taken to Palestine by his parents while an infant, commanded a battalion during the Jerusalem siege and later became army chief of operations in the cXy. AJC To Help Israel Avert Fiscal Crisis TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The American Jewish Committee is pi pared to "go very far" in help; Israel avert an economic cri and in assisting in the mass absorption of the Jews who must immigrate to the Jewish st I Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Committee, this week told a press conference on the eve of his departure. Mr. Blaustein. who consulted with government leaders during ins visit to Israel, is going to Switzerland to meet President We mann, who is vacationing there. The American Jewish communal leader expressed gratification with Israel's achievement and indicated appreciation for the government plans outlined to him during lengthy talks with Premier David Ben Gurion. Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan, Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Treausry Director-General David Horowitz and other government leaders. Mr. Blaustein said that he had the impression that "considerable progress" had been made since his last visit to Israel 18 months ago. adding that the possibility of large-scale foreign investment in Israel was gradually improving. He declared that the people cf Israel belong to the Weste.u. democratic world as distinct from and opposed to totalitarianism. The AJC head also said that last week's declaration by Premier Ben Gurion clarifyir,; th %  relationship between the Jewish state and Jews abroad has contributed considerably to promoting the American Jewish Committee's goodwill. tion Young Israel. 4001 Chase Ave.: Eitz Chaim Congregation, Tides Hotel. Slichos Services At Midnight Saturday Will Usher In High Holy Day Period Slichos penitential services will be conducted Saturdcy night at midnight at many of Greater Miami's synagogues. Slichos, the only midnight service on the Hebrew calender, ushers in the High Holy Day period. In Miami Slichos services will be held at Congregation m^a SLf£ £S as MeJ?iaiB! gregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.; Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320 Palermo Ave.; Congregation Beth David, S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Rosh Hashona services will beRoad. gin Monday evening. September The midnight rites are sched-1 11. and will be held Tuesday and uled for the following synagogues Wednesday. September 12 and 13. in Miami Beach: Congregation j in all Orthodox, Conservative and Beth Jacob, 301 Washington Ave.;; Liberal congregations and on Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Tuesday. September 11. at Reform Euclid Ave. (1 a.m.); "Kneseth temples. Yom Kippur services will Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid be conducted Wednesday evening Ave; Miami Beach Jewish Center, and all day Thursday. September —— _^ -^ rf. _.,..-. r .. r ^. r r~P 20 and 21, in all synagogues and w *w'W'W''W'W'w 'W"'W'w*w-'w* temples in the area. North Shore Center All aforementioned congrega_ T\ 1.1 T c 1 tions have scheduled High HouBuys Double Lot ror | d ay services. In addition the Construction Of Building following congregations in Miami I will also hold services: Israelite The purchase of a double corner lot at the dead-end intersection of Dickens Ave. and 74th St.. Miami Beach, by the North Shore Jewish Center as a site for its synagogue has been announced by Melvin Pazol, president. Approval of the purchase was Center, 3198 S.W. 24th Terr.: Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 S.W. 12th Ave.; N.W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St: I First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, Coliseum, 1600 Douglas Road; Flagler-Granada j Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place; North Dade Jewish Center, 13630 voted at a special membership %  West Dixie Highway. North Miami; Congregation Tfereth Israel. Masons and Bricklayers Union Building. 3350 N.W. 7th Ave: Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.: West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St.; Northside Jewish Center, North Miami Women's Club. N.E. 4th Court and 58th St. Others holding High Holiday services in Miami Beach are Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.; Temple Isaiah, Atlantis Hotel; North Shore Jewish Center, Normandy Theatre; Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St. Tickets for services for High Holidays are now on sale at most of these temples and synagogues. meeting last Wednesday night. This authorization culminated several month of negotiation with the owners. Purchase price was reported to be over $20,000. According to Pazol, the center, which has outgrown its temporary quarters, will begin construction in the near future. Architect Gilbert Fein is preparing plans for a one-story structure with a foundation adequate for the addition of another story at a later date. Pazol said that the congregation hopes to be in its permanent quarters by Passover. t**f*^**^t*^f**^



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&fiS r PAGE TWO fJanistt Heridliair, FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER Us Post Office Receives 100 Percent Rating For the second time in the history of the Miami Post Office. it has been rated 100 percent in the efficiency of every pha its operations and finances. Rabbi Gross Named Academy Director Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. pi minent Jewish educator and week to Acting Postn tthi rs. It is unusual for any posl esp< cially with a S5.000.000 a gi ss business sue)! as the : st fl h is, to receive a perfect score, HettneT dis He revealed that the n I gone below in percent in the n years and that the previous rating was 98.5 percent. it was anSatin. vice Beach Holds Teen-Age Hop A community-wide hop was held Thursday. August 31. at 8:15 p.m. on the basketball .,: Flamingo Park. Miami Beach. Th< evi nt was spi n by the Miami Beach YM & WHA in conjunction with the Miami Ri %  m Di pai tm< nt Tiie program included square ng, I all i \%  %  i I thi •• espoi tivit \--' : I Jackson. El Teil i. K Pat' : I Comil : V : %  E ... %  %  n, inP •• K R i 3i Seyi Teil : of directors, nounced by Jack pi. sident. Rabbi Gross assisted in the rganization of the acad* my thi i e years ago when he visited Miami Be ach on behalf 11 T u ah sorah, a national society for th< establishment of Hebrew day schools. The rabbi was du of the society's school orgi I :•.-' department for the past four years and in this capacity, was instrumental in the establishment of schools in Jewish commui throughout America. Mexico and Canada. Two months ago he returned from Israel, where he was sent on a six-month mission to survey the educational conditions of the religious school system, and. while there, he helped establish 14 elementary schools in the new colonies and villages of the Yishuv. Rabbi Gross is a graduate of the ta Torah Vodaat, a rabbiniseminary in Brooklyn. New from thi College of the City of New York and Flagler-Granada Center To Hear Levitan Sept. 7 F eli -, ; C Septen 7. 1 i %  W ( Levitan, will f the 1 • I Alliai %  An '• n education if the '•. In a toi ship of • • G -• stall i "1 havt ded %  merit in An ise I 1 thai • can a s a %  i %  .. ip's spiritual survival His si T I Not To B Tot Tours Inaugurated Tours exclusively for ;. Beach hotels inaugurated by Mrs. I n Dalj .. Mi) wife The new s ailed Tot includes five-hour daily ns I : Park. The small frj rted from • Is in Re I Adams uses with %  *m al ng t pi v:ie fun On. i at th> %  rk. the %  • runlimiti i ti ips i n the amus< ment < enti Mrs. Daly she e mceived the idea aft r taki vn youngsters t F land Park e gn< 1 to pro 1 • %  : visitin< AMERICAN BORN RABBI 34, Graduate Yeshiva and Columbia University. 10 Years in Rabbinate, also accredited psycholigist. interested in settling in or around Miami, available for the High Holidays or permanent position. Wire Rabbi C ass el, 44S Audubon Avenue. New York City. Phone Wadsworth 33258. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Palsy Association Steps Up Program The United Cerebral Palsy Associations. Inc.. newest of the national health agencies, has begun streamlining its overall program to step up an all-out attack on that crippling condition. ers C Hi Columbia Uniaccording to an announcement by • 1 in Irving Goldman, president of the ninistrati n local Cerebral Palsy group. p;: .:: • th xhe announcement. Mr. Gold' as man stated, was based upon an port of Leonard H. in Denver, Q .... .. UCPA president, who the ow the upon • promises to be the most it on cerebral palsy indertaken in this country." • ssed confidence ntly-i ffi .ted affiliation of the mar..al palsy groups nation into one hard-hitting organization, would nili stone in cerebral palsy habilitation work. Final tabulation of returns is not yet possible, inasmuch as %  special benefits and delayed local drives are still in progress, the reports say. However, contributions already received have assured the setting up of a nationwide cerebral program in the j fields of research, treatment and education. Creating public awareness of the needs of the nation's halfmillion cerebral palsied persons was made possible by extensive publicity given the campaign. With funds now at hand to. activate an energetic nation-wide I program, it is the purpose of UCPA I j spearhead attacks on cerebral palsy having these spec%  An intensive educational prontended to aid both pro" — • : ->nd parents of C.P. children: meet the demand rial Workers, both I n and therapists • bra! palsy, as well %  mulate "' %  mmunity ,.nd re.tment centers whose needed alike for %  the C P. and for gently needed perthe public informed roducI for most of hey receive the %  educational. • • %  optional f cerebral palsied %  and lead: Ami ican I havi vantages that acIdition t thi Ann i n culnd leg y, ah the >... se of the national or religious minority to which they belong. This thought has inspired the founding of the Hebrew Academy and other such acaies throughout the U:. ti -. There is definitely no contradiction between Judaism and Americanism It is Hebraic h has helped I i mi nt the foundation of America and American democracy. 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"""' IN NEW YORK 76th SIREEI AN0 AMSTERDAM AVENUE U355-!N< > 11> RID AY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1950 lebrew Program tt U-M Expanded I Among the newest sounds 'derating through the Uniliiv of Miami "halls of learn, are those of the Hebrew cUage It is not the 'iltin threw of classical literature and lursv < nat vou wiU hear but Wr the pulsating Hebrew that dav i S the living tongue of about (j0')() citizens of the world's ublic—Israel [in the fall of 1949. without much L;.,:, the university joined the than 200 American collegs nd lir | ; which now offer „ ( |,rn Hebrew as a fully ac. ige course. The ntal classes have lerii very successful, their progbeyond expectaining with the fall j September, 1950, I ling to plans anDr. Doren Tharp, [, .,„ ,.; College of Liberal irts, the di partment of Hebrew i i mded ir order to \ numerous students ive expressed interest in his language. Courses in Elemenaiy. intermediate and conversalonal Hebrew will be offered, Line of these to be given in the ivcning as well. Miami reflects the rising tide of iteresl am ing all Americans lolay in foreign languages in general, and the Hebrew language particular. That Hebrew has aken a permanent place among be living languages of our time no longer disputed. The use of frebrew the language of daily Ipeerh in Israel, the growth of Ihe Hebrew press and theater, and the rebirth of Modern Hebrew literature bear eloquent estimony to this fact. In appreciation of the new role that the Hebrew language has begun to blay. not only colleges but several Jcore secondary schools and adult nstitutions have introduced instruction in Modern Hebrew as part of the regular curriculum. Professor of Hebrew at the University is Sydney J. Greenoerg, who lias had a varied career M a Hebrew educator for more Tlhan 20 years. ii e is a graduate [of Temple University's education depart men I and has pursued fcnduate Hebrew studies at fcopsic College for Hebrew and fognate Learning. He has taught Syt Hebrew al brew Hi| principal c schools in came to M of princip; schools, hi director of cil on Jev. member o of Jewish Greater M for Hebrc Evening and A102 Schwartzn of the Bui tion. Hebn amental i and readii compreher The tjireeTuesdays 7:15 to 8: also a thi continuatii work and and Thurs p.m. Registra will be he at the Eve the first Classroom for day cl September KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SC Inquiries invited—Open for re Situated on two acre waterfront estate wil pool—outdoor study. Established reputi high scholastic standards and character d preparatory—General. C and Art Courses. Gradu ing Colleges. Credits ac schools. SC 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach The Modern, Beautiful and Air C BETH TFILA 935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph Spiritual Leader of our Congregati Impressive Speaker and 1 THE YE HI Will Conduct the All seats for the High Holy Any one who is ABSOLUT every day and evening un H. ZAIDMAN. Chairman Board of Governors



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)AY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 +.3ewlsli Meridian PAGE THREE lebrew Program tt U-M Expanded Among the newest sounds .-berating through the UniL-itv of Miami "halls" of learn£* ,,, these of the Hebrew Gniage. It is not the l ,ltin R Cbrew of classical literature and ,,..,, v that you will hear but Kw tiv pulsating Hebrew that j,.. i s the living tongue erf about [QOOOOO :i/ons of the world's i „ • epublic—Israel. li„ the fall of 1349. without much L university joined the ,,',',. than 200 American collegs L ( | U | : s which now offer ll(i ,. nl Hebrew as a fully ac•,,,!,,,! language course. The | ntal classes have |,,n ve uccessful, their progFai beyond expectaming with the fall September. 1950. |j ding to plans ani Un ced bj Dr. Doren Tharp, i in ol College of Liberal i r t Si the i partment of Hebrew Jill' be expanded ir order to [ e numerous students expressed interest in lis language. Courses in Elemen, v jni ediate and conversaB nal Hebrew will be offered, gme of these to be given in the Ivening as well. Miami reflects the rising tide of nterest among all Americans lolay in foreign languages in general, and the Hebrew language particular. That Hebrew has aken a permanent place among he living languages of our time no longer disputed. The use of iebrew as the language of daily peech in Israel, the growth of he Hebrew press and theater, knd the rebirth of Modern He|rew literature bear eloquent estimony to this fact. In apprecilition of the new role that the Hebrew language has begun to blay. not only colleges but several icore secondary schools and adult nstitutions have introduced instruction in Modern Hebrew as part of the regular curriculum. Professor of Hebrew at the jniversity is Sydney J. Greenaerg. who has had a varied career a Hebrew educator for more )lhan 20 years. H| is a graduate Temple University's education partmenl and has pursued %  pduate Hebrew studies at Ibpsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning. He has taught Hebrew at the Philadelphia Hebrew High School and was principal of several large Hebrew schools in that city. Before he came to Miami to assume the post of principal of the Beth Sholom schools, he was assistant to the director of the Philadelphia Council on Jewish Education. He is a member of the National Council of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Board of License for Hebrew Teachers. Evening classes in Hebrew A101 and A102 will be taught by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Hebrew A101 includes fundamental grammatical principles and reading of simple prose for comprehension and conversation. The tjiree-credit course will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Hebrew A102, also a three-credit course, is a continuation of the first semester work and will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:50 p.m. Registration for evening courses will be held September 18 to 23 at the Evening Division office on the first floor of the Merrick Classroom Building. Registration for day classes is scheduled for September 20 to 22. KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SCHOOL—CO-ED Inquiries invited—Open for registration Situated on two acre waterfront estate with 75 foot swimming pool-outdoor study. Established reputation for achieving high scholastic standards and character development. College preparatory—General, Commercial. Dramatic and Art Courses. Graduates attending leading Colleges. Credits accepted in Northern schools. SCHOOL 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-0606 4 Young People To Attend Meet Four Miamians will attend the 1950 assembly of the National i Jewish Youth Conference, to be held from August 31 to September 8 at Camp Wei-Met. Narrows, burg. N. Y. The conference, which is tp .nsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board UWB). is a nation-wide youth body repre' senting 300 local and regional youth and voting adult councils and most of the national Jewish youth organizations. Local delegates will be Stanley Mintz, Marvin S. Siegel, A. Budd Cutler and Leila Gross. Theme of this year's assembly —"Toward a United and Cn ative American Jewish Community"— reflects the profound inter* I >i Jewish youth in the future ol America and American Jewry and the recognition by the young people of their resp visibilities and role in the growth and development of the American Jewish community. Among the subjects to be discussed are backgrounds of Jewish cultural and communal agencies in America, the current scene ir American Jewish life, the need for a vital Jewish youth movement, a program for Jewish youth and four major alternative approaches to Jewish survival which have been proposed. The youth will participate in workshops in music, dance, dramatics and the use of audiovisual aids and will also be given guidance and information on organizational resources and program aids. The 1950-51 program of the JWB-sponsored National Jewish Youth Conference will be mapped, the draft constitution ratified and a chairman and executive committee elected. Arnulf M. Pins of Paterson, N. J. is the present chairman of the conference. Kneseth Israel Ladies To Meet The Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel Congregation will hold its first general meeting of the season on Tuesday, September 5, at 8 p.m. in the social hall of the synagogue, the president, Mrs. Esther Eisens|ein, hns announced. A complete report of the summer activities will be given and new plans will be formulated by the spiritual leader, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Vocal selections will be rendered by the newly elected cantor, Abraham Seif, and the newly appointed Hebrew and kindergarten teachers, Mr. and Mrs. David J. Gorlin, will be intro-. duced. Obituary ABRAHAM BLITSTEIN 54, pnsst'il away of a heart attack early Tuewlay while asleep Hi his residence, .".on 15th St., Miami Beach, Hiwas the operator of a dry cleaning business, the Alton Cleaners ana Laundry Company, and has been a resident here for the past ten years. Services wee.' conducted in the Riverside Memorial Shapel, Miami Beach, with Interment in Ml. Sinai Cemetery, The Modern, Beautiful and Air Conditioned BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach LISTEN TO OUR RABBI SUNDAY BETWEEN 12 & 1:30 P. M. ON STATION WINZ Cordially Invites you to Attend SLICHOS SERVICES MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Spiritual Leader of our Congregation Impressive Speaker and Renowned Cantor known as THE Vi:ill SllAl >1Y Will Conduct the Services and Deliver the Sermon All seats for the High Holy Days are reserved. NO ADMISSION without tickets. Any one who is ABSOLUTELY unable to pay will get tickets free. Office open every day and evening until ten o'clock (Except Saturdays). H. ZAIDMAN. Chairman Board of Governors WILLIAM ROTHMAN, Chairman Seating Committee Blood Urgently Needed A. M. Bear, active Miami communal worker, is a patient in Mt. Sinai Hospital and must undergo major surgery immediately. Before the operation can be performed, an additional nine pints of blood must be on hand. Friends of Mr. Bear are asked to please contact the hospital if they are able to assist. Program Postponed The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center television program, originally scheduled for September 4. has been postponed until November 23. according to Ted Robinson, entertainment chairman. Further information may be secured bv calling Robinson at 88-4191. Academy Mother Will Give Radio Talk Mrs. Sidney Rabinowitz, one of the mothers of the Hebrew Academy children, will speak on "What the Hebrew Academy Did for My Child" on Sunday. September 3. at 10:45 a.m. over station WTTT. The talk is being given in conjunction with the opening of the Hebrew Academy on Tuesday, September 5. Announcement of the program was made by Mrs. Louis Makovj sky. president of the Hebrew j Academy Women. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned "I Meizanine Floor HAPPINESS SHOPS Featuring a large selection of: JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS SOCIAL STATIONERY By WHITING PAPER CO. HANI) MADE MINIATURE CHOCOLATES The HAPPINESS SHOPS 42 N.E. First Street 140 Seybold Arcade Mr. H. Zaidman of the Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Will Be Happy to Serve You Plan For Your Holiday Needs NOW! 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PAGE FOUR Jewistiihrk/ian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER :R I. 13J I i EDITORIAL in The Service Having won the respect, affection and admiration of the government and the Jewish community for effectiveness and efficiency in serving the religious, morale and welfare needs of Jewish personnel in the armed forces in two World Wars and in the periods between and since, it surprised no one to find the National Jewish Welfare Board ready when the nation found itself at war with ihe Communists of North Korea. Although it had largely liguidated its worldwide wartime operations, JWB continued to maintain essential services for the armed forces on a global scale without interruption ever since V-J Day. Simultaneously it was guiding the expanding Jewish Community Center movement toward greater effectiveness and contributing substantially toward the development of an indigenous American Jewish culture. The Korean emergency tremendously accelerated the demand for JWB services to the armed forces. Prepared with staff, program and supplies, cs well as by experience and governmentrecognition going back to World War I, JWB moved into speedy action when the war in Korea broke out. For the men headed for the fighting frcnt JWB furnished religious supplies and materials and kosher foodstuffs. The new draftees, volunteers. National Guard units and reservists recalled to duty found JWB on the job with an experienced field staff prepared to furnish the recreational and welfare programs essential to keeping morale high. The Jewish chaplains, recruited, ecclesiastically endorsed and served by CONTRIBUTION Barueh At Eighty In the midst of a conflict that threatens ol u catastrophe, America is currently pausin I tribute to its elder statesman, Bernard M n on the attainment of his 80th birthday. c According to our sages man reaches the of sagacity at the age W seventy. But BarucVJ such an unusual man that it can be said of W he is the exception that proves the rule. The t k of the matter is, however, that Barueh has hpi such a wise counsellor in our midst over the several decades that one would himself hav* be a sage to determine just when our 23 statesman reached the apex of wisdom. Hen the best way out of the speculation is to just J* he was born a sage. "fl We join in wishing Mr. Barueh a happy brnk. day. And, with him, we hope that his ninetieth birthday will be celebrated amidst peace cad good will among all men. JWB, were ready once again to bring Judaism and the comfort of prayer to our men in unifora wherever they may be. As the demand for JWB services to the armed forces reaches proportions unheard of since tin end of World War II, American Jewry snould be proud of its own wisdom in creating and continuing to support JWB as its united agency for service to the armed forces and grateful to JWB for being ready to provide this service where and when needed. Israel's Year In Washington My MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—The attention i.' Jews everywhere was focused c n Washington during 5710 as i vents in Washington shaped Israel's destiny. Israel waited to learn the fate : Jerusalem, Arab armament and economic aid. The precarious tion df Israel in the world hinged on what happened %  A Washington. It was an anxious -with some disappointments —but marked by the continuous ard motion of the Jewish ;i which grew in stature in %  I : Irl on the brink of • Developments in Con : thi State Di often had an imm< ng on the life of i eli. % %  many Riish Hashona services ked that Israel's pride. new city ol Jerusalem, not be %  state ol Isi %  A •. n nner as possible but that lich would place %  Jordan acted crudely, n Is MI Israelis' While the Jerusalem issue was 1 ternational reg ne rgued, a U.N. Economic Survey Eliahu Elath I Mission was formed under austhe U.S. m no uncertain i pices of the Palentine Conciliation government was Commission. Gordon R. Clapp. I tin the organic chairman of the Tennesee Valley' i-en Israel and Authority, was named to head the i / as we mission. Its purpose was to' ment of Jordan and Israel. Finding himself in the unique position of a U.N. minority, the U.S. representative on the Trusteeship Council cooperated, but with little anticipation of concrete results. Behind the scenes, the State Department expressed dis' pleasure over Israel Premier Ben Gurion's expressions and Israel's move, saying that Israel should have cooperated by doing nothing to "disturb matters and further complicate the issue." | Suddenly. Russia announced reversal of its vote on internationalization. The Trusteeship Council, wearied of its hopeless task, voted to return the matter to the General Assembly this nber. The Council would it it had worked out a acceptable to neither Is, ir Jordan. It would also, that Israel, while not ing, cooperated in as helpful nner as possible facilitate settlement of the dispute between the Arab states and fsrael based on the resettlement of Arab refugees. The mission was instructed to create employment opportunities by recommending works projects to reintegrate displaced Arabs into the economic life of the Near East. Clapp's interim report proposed that the U.N. finance a $54,000,000 nded Tel Aviv. Haifa" arid Ni gba." It was pointed out that the ration of Jerusalem in Israel was not incompatible with the blishment of L'.N. control of li )ly Places. Only five percent Of the Holy Places are located in the Israel-occupied portion of the I •".' %  The U N. was not deterred from action, however, and Russia and the Catholic church added influence to bring about Program to provide employment an internationalization scheme to for Palestinian Arab refugees. be implemented by the U.N. Meanwhile. Israel pointed out that Trusteeship Council. it was willing to aid in this, even Both Israel and Jordan an-i *' J ro-imburse Arabs for propered opposition to action. It was generally considbe an impractical unnece iry st< p, Then Israel proI ed that it was transferring apital t Jerusalem in defiance of the U.N. decision. Although Israel's enemies com• inted that it was another ration of "The Israel poli impli," vast sections of puuhc opinion saw justice in the e. Officially, the U.S. indicated it wasn't satisfied by Israel's D on Jerusalem, but it was le clear that there would be med U X. attempt to force internationalization. High diplomatic sources said here that while the U.S. would cooperate with the Trusteeship Council the only real solution was to be found in negotiation and compromises. The State Department realized that internationalization could not be •jnI -... — — ...*. .......^ WI Hiufjnrj M tu s left behind in Israel, but that t consid. '' w "f ,m ,P ssib i e t0 re-admit any Aiabs other than members of separated families. Israel was having its own resettlement problems with thousands of homeless Jews arriving monthly at Haifa. After retiring as U.N. chairman, Clapp blamed Arab backwardness for preventing public works developments in Arab states. He .-a id that as long as wealthy Arabs could get exorbitant interest rates from private investments they would not be attracted by public projects. Clapp reported that no Jordan engineering scheme could be attempted because it would require cooperation between Israel and several Arab states. He said that because Israel was the first to advocate resettlement of Arab refugees in neighboring states, Arab governments resented the implemented-withour The agree! fc ffi ^(S^)^ idea not originated from "that particular source." Clapp suggested that big development projects could only be achieved through previous ex-: perimentation with smaller proj jects. He outlined a number of such pilot projects. The survey mission recomj mendations were lost in the i tension which developed when it i was learned that the Arabs were j feverishly re-arming. Reports of | preparations for a "second round" against Israel poured into WashI ington. Elath's visits to the State' Department grew more frequent, j The U.N. had lifted the arms I embargo on the Near East, suggesting that a "moral" embargo be imposed and that arms shipment to the Near East be used for "internal security" requirements only. Elath warned the State Department of the Arabs' war preparations. He described in detail the growing threat to peace and security in the Near East. "The bellicose campaign of the Arab leaders, the aggressive tone of the deliberations of the Arab League, the significant role played by tiie Grand Mufti's representatives in these deliberations, and the supply of arms to the Arab states by the British government I —all these remain the serious \ concern of my government. The ; British, who supply arms freely to the Arabs, deny the same rights to Israel, and thus en, courage the Arabs in their aggressive tendencies." Arab spokesmen in Washington promptly accused Israel of spread, ing "emotional" Jewish stories calculated to stimulate contributions to the United Jewish Appeal. Tension mounted as Secretary of State Dean Acheson repeatedly i rejected warnings of the threatening arms race. He said he felt I it desirable that the Arabs states arm themselves for "internal security." The "internal security" items furnished Egypt by Britain included submarines, ships, jet planes, heavy tanks, and other armament. Israel, however, was denied such arms. William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, and CIO president Philip Murray called on President Truman in a rare joint protest. They asked the President to either halt the arms race or make defensive arms available to Israel. Truman referred their request to the State Department. The State Department maintained its position that it was desirable for the Arab states to import munitions. A delegation of Zionist leaders headed by Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Council, called on the State De; partment but got little satisfaci tion. Rep. James E. Van Zandt, a Pennsylvania Republican, arose : in the House and denounced the attempts of pressure grounds" to block the flow of "anti-Communist arms to Egypt. A few weeks later, Rep. Adolph J. Sabath, D-' 111., chairman of the House Rules Committee, called on President Truman to ask his intercession. Rep. Jacob K. Javits, R-N. Y., arranged a half-hour special order of business in the House in which congressmen demanded re-examination of our Near aEst policy, j Delegations of members of both I houses called on Acheson. Members of Congress used the, occasion of Israel's second artniversary to make speeches de\ manding a stop to the unfair arms race. Twenty-eight senators joined in the adoption of Senate! Resolution 266, hailing Israel's anniversary. At this time Israel held a diplomatic reception which drew recognition from distinguished quarters. Guests included high government officials and the ambassadors of more than 25 forI eign nations. Among guests were British Ambassador Sir Oliver Franks, Soviet Ambassador A. Panyushkin, and Madame Pandit of India. At 4he end of May. President Truman announced a decision on arms issue. Acheson had joined with Britain and France at the meeting of foreign ministers in London, to draw up a resolution to "stimulate confidence in future security" of the Near East. The three governments declared their intention of taking action to preI vent aggression in that area. They 1 promised to fill "legitimate" arms orders. j As the year progressed. Israel's! I friends anxiously watched the State Department, eager to see | the implementation of the declar' I ation in terms of arms deliveries! to Israel. Tension was reduced, A high spot of the year was the election of Israel to full membership in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Elath said Israel was glad to participate and would contribute its share to economic development of the Near East and the progress of FAO. The State Department announced a reciprocal air transport agreement which i permitted Israel planes to fly across the North Atlantic directfv to New York. .u Th n U S Government announced that 1 .s. Commissioner of Education Earl J. McGrath would take %  a mission of American educators to Israel to survey educational problems. H. Fish, an industrial efficiency expert, was also sent. typical of the gradual cementing Of friendship between Israel and the U.S. was the tour arranged for Eliezer Peri by the State Department. Peri is vice | mayor of Tel Aviv. A three months visit was arranged for him in which he visited many American cities to study munici* pal government functions. i ?"/ Ci aI r Wash 'nfiton paid high ; tnbutc to Elath late in May when he was transferred to London. When Truman learned of the ; ambassador's transfer, he called Ih.m to the White House to say goodbye. Elath was presented with a photograph of the Chief Executive, inscribed, "with kindest regards and best wishes." Even British Ambassad >r Franks, whose government is still not on too good terms with Israel said he hated to see Elath g >. George M. McGhee, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, said Elath was largely responsible for advancing American-Israel relations. Aubrey S. Eban, chief of the Israel delegation to the UN., was named as Elath's successor. As the year drew to a lose ani the world split became sharper, Washington saw Israel as a trie*/, of Western democracy. FedM Security Administratoi Oscar R Ewing said "I have m ver been impressed by the fears and doubts of those critics of Israel, who hate warned us from time to t.me that there is a danger of Communism in the new country. There are too many Jews in Israel who hate suffered at the hand of ne fora of totalitarianism to want to experiment with another fora There are too many intelligent, informed, sophisticated men and women in Israel to be taken in by the hyprocritical promises of the Communists. And there is too powerful a tradition ol fundamental democracy, of individual worth, of independent thought, among Jews for them ever to accept the regimentation of Communism." The Foreign Policy Association reported Israel was swinging closer to the U.S. Official Washington noted with interest that Israel joined the U.S. in condemning, through the U.N., the Red aggression in South Korea. It was also noted that Egypt wavered a supporting the stand of the western democracies. The year 5710 proved to the world that Israel had arrived as a nation among nations. Jewish Fk>ridliian „ Published every Friday s.nce by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. t. Sixth street, Miami 18. Furida. E"; tered as second-class matter July *> 1930, at the Post Office of Mia"". Fla., under the Act of March 3, '"• The Jewish Floridian has absoroia the Jewish Unity and the Je*"" Weekly. Member of the Jawish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Featy !" Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Associate in, AmerN can Association of English-Jew"" Newspapers Florida Press Associa^The .i.uish Blorldlan ion if guarantee the Kaahruth of the %  "*" 'haiuli so .-ulvertl yed In Us .'-U irnna; SUBSCRIPTION RATLS: One Year J3.00 Tw o Year* JSM^ FREDITSHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141-2-8212 Volume 23 Number 35 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. i93 ELUL 19, 5710



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r v SEPTEMBEB 1. 1 950 *• Jew 1st fk>ridHan PAGE FIVE •orkmenVi €iri-le IMslru l (onilave |UArflgUg Center Pythian Fish Fry WiU I'Collist To Appear o p€* ^ l th ton(, rt September 2 nvi !"!" ^ClllCI Aid Palsy Association ^^ Tue*flav The rence QI S I Southern District conwill entertain delegates at a dazce Workmen's Circle, Sunday night. Mtl in Miami Beach from Reports will be given at MonS-KJ of the ^ou^'hfgh**** busint —- b D l v spokesmen ; ,h in the '...K-k T. Zuket io circle's national committee. airman lukern n, of New York City, n-born member to ^dthis ::>'•• has been a leader ation's youth movewo years of age, he circle on the na| of the National e Board and on the ational ,ve committee of Jewish Labor Committee. sional lifeZukerman is social worker and iter and turer on problems family law. He is the director .,',' Nal ial Desertion Bureau, c e ni ; of the Tri-State nily Relations, and member of sc^'al Maps Holiday Plans The Seventh District of the Knights of Pythias will hold its Gdal Saleski. 'cellist with the Northside Jewish Center will fourth Labor Day fish fry at NBC Symphony Orchestra under conduct High Holiday services at Crandon Park on Monday, Sepi Arturo Toscanini, will be guest M." Jacobs. Evelyn Weiner, Alex {*? North Miami Women's Club, lembei 4 beginning at l'l a.m. rtist at a mectin 8 of thc Music D ... „ m N.E. 4th Court and 58th St. %  Lovers Gi Pdiker and Zukerman. The A well known rabbi from New and contmuing throughout the yon -Hi, York will officiate at the services day. Proceeds will go to the and Cantor Albert Glantz will United Cerebrat Palsy Associachnnt the liturgy. y on District Deputy Chancellor Commander J. W. Isham of group's annual banquet is scheduled for Monday night. The parley will close Tuesday night following the election of officers. ', Beth David Sisterhood Will Meet Wednesday Beth David Sisterhood will hold Tickets arc on sale at 4291 N.W. 7th Ave. daily from 7:30 to 10 p.m. David Collins is chairman of the religious comm Phillip Jacob is ticket Information on tickets may be obtained by calling 89-7783, 84-4609 or 7-4544. oup of the Miami Beach Y on Tuesday. September 5. at 8:30 p.m., according to Margaret Chasan. director of music at the Beach Y. The meeting will be held at the Miami Beach Elementary School, 14th St. and Wash,ittee "md Booster Lodge is general chairin % l n Av % hafrmin '""• Assisting him are Dr. C. D. The wel1 know /. C m v he : longer, chairman of finance com^T^^Z.^Jl mittce, representing the Pythians. and Ben Grcenstem, as official i o-i-iuua or i-ta-tt. r.m-..<:nnt-itivo nt Unit. A t v..ihrnl th e lecture with selections or %  George Weisbaum is president Hi esentative ot United Ce.ebial accompanied by Flor r of the Conservative congregation. ^ sy to serve on the same comK^'^X p iano. its first monthly meeting of the season on Wednesday, September 6. at 1:30 p.m. at the new syna: which was organized a year ago gogue. Because of the High Holidays, the meeting is being held two weeks earlier than usua in October and now has over 100 mittce. Other members of the finance committee include R. K. musicianiscuss his recent book, "Famous Musicians of Jewish Origin." He will follow the lecture with selections on his ence piano. Admission will be fifty cents, Joe Mooney, chairman of the group, has announced. Board Meeting Called A special board meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth %  he L;.-' urn, 25 Washington u i: • nil will also be the mess and social sstm 'he conclave. Slab iarticipate in the conr Samuel Kelemer, ho ''I 'he program; au lj n I. soprano: Pierre lande, ist; Herman Fried, anist. The ence will officially pen Sui y at 10 a.m. At that Harold Turk of Miami welcome delegates. 1] also come from ib Pit. executive the Jewish Labor I Macy, representlntei national Ladies kers Union. fternoon's session RM. J. M rlin will discuss "Forty rkmen's Circle chools." A report on, branches 'IVxas-Louisiana listrict will Vie given by W. B. Bell and F Weiner, and on the irganizi lion's golden jubilee conention, by J. Duniov. Jacob Pat // speak on "Yiddish and Herew in Israel and among Jews he World Over." The Eru.i.sh-speaking branch puish Centers |To If mil Dance A benefit dance party will be ointly sponsored by the Hialeahliami Springs Jewish Center, he Northside Jewish Center and he North Dade Jewish Center it the latti r's building. 13630 West )ixie 11 ,hway, North Miami, on laturday, September 2, at 8:30 m. Squai nd folk dancing, conests and games are on the ordiag to Mrs. Frances n. who is in charge of ckets. Reservations may be made by calling 7 :-4472. members Bell, grand chancellor commandThe group recently purchased "•• K ni g hts l f p >' t hiaB : : I '' ld Highlight of the afternoon will j a whole block at 65th St. and 5 e ?c£f' """'''J ,!r {',' uston be an original skit by Mrs. Harry i North Miami Ave., as the site X r i .:' J Henderson, August. Participants will be the for a house of worship. An archiOther committee heads include Mesdames Harry Laufer, E. G. teefs sketch is now being pre-."K Bel i{, chairman steering 11 get committee. Richard Turpin, chairEl has been called for Wednesday, Adele man program committee. Harry September 6. at 8 p.m. at the Ihe Fersch, chairman publicity comj synagogue by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, mittee. president. Hcrskowitz .loins (leaning Finn %  '•' rs after selling the New Benzol Cleaners and Uundry, Harry Heskowitz has rejoined the organization as vice P r *S'di: in charge of operations. The plant at 99 S.W. 7th St. was recently purchased by a syndicate which will operate the Plant and stores throughout the county. The plant was recently modernHV Vi h the latest laundering and dry cleaning machinery at a >st of $80,000, Herskowitz disclosed. Pythian Women To Meet Roosevelt Temple No. 33 of the Htnian Sisterhood will hold its "f* meeting of the season at 2£VNfatioo Beth El on Wednesday. September 6, at 8 p.m. inffVi! ^" Up wil1 continue assist(W 1 P' ,de County Blood Bank, •5M Pals y Association and ]^_individual needy cases. LEGAL NOTICE N TlcTTli^ ER FICTITIOUS \OTi, ,. NA ME LAW %  <• II'I'I, .; .. Is P^BEBY GIVEN that Mtht.ru s;,i,l ," il "'*' with the Clerk Pl„ri,|., "" I ("urt of Dade County, EJJ ES8^ M S !" 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PAGE SIX *• Jewish flar/dttar? FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER L 195Q Rita .Jo Quartin Betrothed To Murray Fried Rita Jo Quartin Irothal of Miss Rita Jo tin to Murray Fried has been inrcd by her mother, Mrs. Qui rtin, 1790 S.W. 23rd St. d is thesun of the Max s, 2535 s v.\ 2nd St. Quartin attended Julliard ol of Music and was gradufrom the University of School of Music. She is a her of Sigma Alpha Iota, nal music fraternity, and ed as secretary of the group senior yea:. She appeared the university symphony estra as one of the student Sts at this year's commenceconcert. At Miami High ol sinwas elected to Na. .1 Honor Society. fiance attended New York is and is now in the navy electronics technician aboard • •. lircraft carrier. USS Saipan. ?; i date has been set for the ::ng. Charlotte Kay Black Betrothal Announced The engagement of Miss Chartti Kay Black to Leo Rose. Jr., been announced by her • nts. Mr. and Mrs. George l, 1500 Michigan Ave Miami I i bride-elect, a member of aw firm, Black. Pearlman 1 'o ipi was graduated from Univei sity of Miami Law il. She is a m< mber of Alpha I Ion Phi sorority. '• Rose, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Li Rose, Daytona Beach, reeived his law degree from the %  rsity of Floi ida, where he ffiliated with Pi Lambda '' %  Hi now associwith the i ol Meyer, and Rosen. During the war Vi i as lieutenant colonel ail corps. Si pten bi i w< dding is planSiiilttliinc I lonci& GUI Shop 1119 S.W. 27th Avenue 1 & I 'ut Floi >ers For Every Occasion Pe tcntion Call I 17 and asl iROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN Personally Speaking The First International Congress of Psychiatry in Paris is the destination of Dr. and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein, 2535 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. Dr. Fishbein, a Miami Beach psychiatrist, | will participate in the Paris sessions. The Fishbeins, who sailed j Friday aboard the new French liner SS. Liberte, will also visit psychiatric clinics and hospitals in Italy and Switzerland before returning here. %  Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy, 5000 Cherokee Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son at Mt. Sinai Hospital on i Tuesday, August 29. Mrs. Pertnoy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel of Miami Beach. + Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brettholtz, 3470 S.W. 10th St., announce : the birth of a son, Steven Mark, on August 27 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bretholtz's mother, Mrs. Philip Kachalsky, and her sister, Florence, came from New York for the event. Dr. G. E. Blasberg of Biscayne Blvd., left August 20 for a 17-day vacation cruise of the Caribbean. He will return here around September 6. Fred Quittner, and Morton Klein arrived in Hendersonville, N. C, last week to join their wives who have been guests at the Dutcraggan Inn there. After a motor trip to North Carolina, where they vacationed for several months, Mr. and Mrs. Ira May and children have returned to their home in West Palm Beach. -fc Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kuller announce the birth of a daughter, Rochelle, on Tuesday, August 29. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg. Jim Kopelowitz is in Los Angeles, where he is visiting a brother who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 925 S.W. 3rd St., will be hosts at a party Saturday night in honor of the eighth birthday of I their daughter, Audrey Sharon. Audrey is a student at Riverside Elementary School and the Beth El Hebrew School. -* Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer and sons, Bruce and Mark, have returned here after a four-week vacation in New York and Connecticut. Lillian Berber, Bernard Saffer Exchange Vows In August 20 Rites At Beth Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Saifer ESTHER SHULMAN ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING Also Men's Alterations Formerly of Lincoln Road Now Located al 1OS0 S.W. 36th Ct. Ph. 48-4464 Salesmen for Miami and Miami Beach WEATHERMASTER fastest selling line of num & glass jalousies, -ecrs and windows. Unlimited earring potential. Call 82-8541, Mr. Berry, for appointment Charlotte Sandier To Wed Norman H. Beil Mr. and Mis. Fred A. Sandier. 1758 S.W. 23rd St.. anounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Charlotte, to Norman H. Beil of Brooklyn, N. Y. and Miami. The wedding will take place on the lawn of the Sandier home on Sunday. September 3. at 6 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will perform the ceremony. The bride-elect attended schools in New Jersey and was graduated from Miami Edison High School. She attended the University of Miami and is now employed by a local loan company. She is a member of Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, and past District 5 BBYW historian reporter. Mr. Beil attended schools in New York and was graduated from Miami High School. Ho is now attending the University of Miami, where he is a member of the Naval Reserve. Out-of-town guests will include the bride-elect's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. H. Sandier of Jersey City, N. J.; and the prospective bl id. groom's parents and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beil and Louis Beil of Brooklyn. May We Suggest Family Dinner Marks 54th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Freedman, 500 15th St., Miami Beach, former; ly of Newark, N. J., celebrated their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary on Wednesday. August 18, at a family dinner at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel given by their children. Included in the party were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner, a son, David, grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ross and a great granddaughter, Barbara Ruth Ross, all of Miami Beach. cAl Wu syner His Violin and Orchestra For AH Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Sonya Zalka Wed To Howard Malask Miss Sonya Zalka, daughter of Al Zalka and Mrs. Rose Zalka of Miami, became the bride of Howard Malask of Washington, j D. C, Sunday, August 27, in I Savannah, Ga., at the home of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. H. Levin. The couple spoke their < vows in the presence of their immediate families. Following the ceremony, a reception was held. The couple left for a short wedding trip. They will make their home in Washington. D. C. where the groom is presently attending law school of George Washington University, from which he will be graduated in February. In a portrait gown of white lace trimmed with satin, Miss Lillian Berger became the bride of Bernard Philip Saffer August 20 at Beth Jacob Congregation, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. The Rev. Maurice Mamches provided nuptial music. The couple exchanged vows under a canopy of greenery and white gladioli. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berger, 1801 N.W. 18th Terr. The bridegroom's parents are the Harry Saffers of this city. The bride's gown wus of white Chantilly lace. White tulle filled in the low square-cut decolletage outline by a lace bertha with satin border. The satin border was repeated in hip panniers. Her veil and a cathedral train were of tulle edged in lace. Both fell from a coronet of white and crystal beads and she carried a white bible showered with white orchids. The gown, veil and train were designed and made by the bridegroom's aunt. Mme. Sylvia Reiss. of New York City. Miss Helene Saffer, the bridegroom's sister, was maid of honor in an ankle-length gown of dawn I pink taffeta and tulle. Mrs.' Carolyn Blacker, another sister! of the bridegroom, served as' matron of honor in a gown of offwhite Italian lace. Jack Fields was best man for his nephew and ushering were Lawrence Berger, Charles Bracker, Gil Jacobs, James Freel, Dick Ramus and Bob Berger. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Berger chose a full length gown of powder rose crepe trimmed in Venice lace and a corsage of purple orchids. The bridegroom's mother wore slate blue lace and chiffon. A reception followed the ceremony in the David Whitman Hall Hall. Following the reception the couple left for their honeymoon trip to Plymouth, Mass., and New York. For the wedding trip the bride wore an aqua suit with black accessories arid a <*rtVrte orchid corsage. The nevAy*Mj will make their home in M:;r... where Mr. Saffer is the owner of Jack and Jill Caterers. Out-of-town guests were Jack Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Julias Holzberg and family of New York City; Dick Ramus, West Palm Beach; James Freel, Jack.-onvil Stephen A. Freel. Mandarin. F.a.; and Mrs. T. Rutkin of Tampa. FOR RENT Large airy doubles. Also twin bedroom in a comfortable private home with lots of space to relax. Kitchen optional. Very reasonable. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1950 vJewls* norldian PAGE SEVEN Personally Speaking... Mrs. Meyer Forer, 2121 S.W. 24th Ave., returned this week from Jacksonville, where she attended the wedding of her cousin, Jaqueline Adele Falis, to Sorrel Wol'son of Tampa. TP *^ t y£ New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mi. and Mrs. I. Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lorberbaurri and daughter, Carol, Mrs. Samuel Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph fhevitz end Herman Blcom. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero have returned to Miami Beach from the North, where they visited their children and other relatives. # # ^ Mrs. Edith Brettholtz and her two children returned to their home in New York after spending the summer with her parentsin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Court. + The biis of Richard Rosen, son of Mr. and Mis. Gerald Rosen, 259 S.W. 12th St., was held at St. Francis Hospital on r'uqust 21. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. On August 17 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novack, 4011 Nautilus Drive, M:ami Beach, celebrated the bris milah of their second son. Over 75 guests were present. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated Mr. and Mrs. Haiold Robin, 6231 N.W. 1st Couit, aie entertaining Mis. Robin's mothei. Mis. Abraham Berman, of Roxbury, Mass. Mis. Berman timed her visit to coincide with the Bar Mitzvah c! her grandson Jack Robin. The event will take place on the second day of Rosh Hashona at the services of the Northside Jewish Center, of which Mr. Robin is first vice presider.l and one cf the founders. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sklansky, 1332 S.W. 16th St., left Tuesday lor an extended stay in Gloversville, N. Y. At the Delano Hotel for their first vacation in Miami Beach are Clevelanders JDr. S. C. Chabler, Dr. H. J. Riemer and Morris Dittman, all friends of former Clevelander Chailes C. Goldberg, the hotel manager. Dr. Riemer, a physician, also includes among his numerous friends heie Dr. and Mis. Leo B. Levin and Mr. and Mis. Lou Goldman. Dr. Chabler, a dentist, is looking forward to resuming his old friendships with Miamtans Meyer Lieber, Harold M. Gordon and his cousin, Mrs. David Wittenberg. Mr. Dittman, vacationing with them, is a vocational adviser in Cleveland's Veterans Administration. Mrs. Johanna Schloss of West Palm Beach is recovering from an injury sustained during a fall. -* The biis ol Robert Rindom, son of the Ernest Rindoms, 159 East 40th St.. Hialeah, was held recently with Rabbi Philip Fried officiating. Rabbi Moscholov seived as sandek. Stanley Saal, son of Mr. and Mis. Samuel Saal, 1500 S.W. 12th ATe., leturned to Miami this week after spending the summer at Hadar Camp, Clinton, Conn. Stanley is a student at Miami High School. > Mrs. Jay Louis Washer was Miss Florence Eisenman befo.t: her marriage in New York on July 30. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Washer. Rosetta Kline Becomes Mrs. Wallace Rinz In a double-ring ceremony at Beth David Auditorium, Friday afternoon, Miss Rosetta May Kline was married to Wallace J. Rinz. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, 811 N.W. 13th St. Mr. Rinz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Rinz, 5935 N.E. 6th Court. For her wedding the former Mrs. Rinz Miss Kline chose a natural shantung suit. Brown and beige accessories, a pearl necklace and a corsage of Ophelia rosebuds and daisies completed the ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder attended the couple. Mrs. Snyder wore a black and white dress with a corsage of pink roses. Also in the wedding party were Mrs. Roscoe B. Huffman, the bridegroom's sister, in black lace with a corsage of yellow rosebuds, and Mrs. Joseph H. Kline, in navy silk with a corsage of yellow roses. The bride's mother wore powder blue sheer over taffeta. The elder : Mrs. Rinz chose gray lace. Both wore orchid corsages. After a brief wedding trip i through Florida, the newly weds i will be at home at 1010 S.W. 7th Ave. Both bride and bridegroom j are graduates of the University i of Michigan and Mr. Rinz is a! registered pharmacist. Lynette Silverman Becomes Bride Of Irwin (i. Starr Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverman, 1546 S.W. 6th St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Lynette. to Irwin G. Starr, son of Mrs. Sara Starr, 2270 S.W. 23rd Terr. The couple exchanged vows on August 15 at the Shelborne Hotel before Rabbi Morris A. Skop. A reception followed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerinalength gown of lace with sweetheart neckline and long fitted sleeves. Her fingertip veil of French illusion fell i'l om a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a bible showered with orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor, Miss Ann Nevel, wore fusch.ia satin and carried a colonial bouquet of talisman roses. Marty Goldstein served as best man. The bride's mother greeted guests in a rose crepe gown, the bridegroom's mother wore pale blue chiffon. Both wore orchid corsages. The bride's paternal grandmother, attired in steel (fray satin, also wore an orchid corsage. Mrs Ann Padawer, sister of the bridegroom, kept the guest book. Following a honeymoon trip to New Orleans, the newlyweds will reside in Greenville, Miss. For traveling the bride chose maroon with matching accessories and double white orchid corsage. Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. Rosa Marcus, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Man, Mrs. Jean Devens, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Coburn and daughter. Doris, all of Chicago, 111.; and Mrs. Ann Bartnick, Utica, N. Y. Mrs. Irwin Starr Eugene Schwartzes Tell Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz, 1930 S.W. 5th St.. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rita, to Marvin Greisel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greisel of New York. Miss Schwartz, a graduate of McKeesoort High School, attended the University of Miami. I Her fiance, a navy veteran, 1 graduated from the University of Miami. The ceremony will take place October 8 in New York. Bride-Elect Feted A luncheon-china and crystal shower was held Saturday afternoon at Tyler's Restaurant, Coral Gables, for Bride-Elect Charlotte Sandier. Hostesses of the afternoon were the Mesdames Maury Colton, Michael Fiedler, John Rudnick and Leon Scher. NAT L. WILLIAMS Rhea Hass'Troth Revealed At Party Making plans for a December 31 wedding are Miss Rhea Rass and Harold Rubin, whose betrothal was announced at a 1 family party August 23. The party also marked the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of the brideelect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hass, 3451 Sheridan ; Ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Hass attended schools in Detroit. Her fiance attended Miami High School and the University of Miami. Betrothal Announced The betrothal of Marcia Ellen Gutman to Sidney Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tobin, Pittsburgh, Pa., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gutman. 2291 S.W. 17th St. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing. West Palm Beach. Her fiance is a graduate of the Universitv of Miami, and is a Pi Lambda Phi. Miami attorney, and well known as an amateur radio "ham," says: "My contacts with felloNv enthusiasts all over the world has developed my desire to personally visit the far corners of the globe —and, of course, FARR in the future, as in the past, will always handle my travel arrangements." FARRTICKETS TOURS CRUISES Women's B'nai B'rith leaders convene to plan for 1S50 "Roll*V Car ^paign" in the Greater Miami area. Shown at session which attracted more than 130 B'nai B'rith key workers, are: I" to r.l Miss Miriam Goldstein, president of the Emma Lazarus t-hepter. Business and Professional Women; Mrs. Nathan Bloom, V, omen% Council president; and Mrs. Ethel Osri of Chicago, former Presider 1 0 f District No. 6 Grand Lodge who addressed the gathering. oron naiB ruff? The \ o rlh Shore Jewish Center (Conservative) only Jewish Congregation in the entire North Beach area, WILL CONDUCT HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES AT THE AIR-CONDITIONED NORMANDY THEATRE Collins Avenue and 74th Street, Miami Beach RABBI PHILIP FRIED T will officiate, assisted by choir nckets may be obtained from the secretary Sunday, Monday or Friday—1 .. to 6 p.m.: Tuesday. Wednesday or Thursay—5 p.m. to 10 p.rju. at 7110 Bay Drive. Normandy Isle. Phone 86-3423. 5-7445 for reservations. (Rosh Hashanna Services begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday evening September 11) Sheila Ludwig Will Marry Gene Essner The betrothal of Miss Sheila Ludwig to Gene Essner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Essner, 2801 S.W. 15th St., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig, 3211 S.W. 1st Ave. The bride-elect is a student at 1 the University of Miami, where she is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Essner was graduated from the university's school of indus: trial management. Swim Dance Slated The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold a swim dance and card party at the Town and Beach Club, Lincoln Road and the ocean, on Sunday, September 3, from 7 to 11 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Leon Freed at 9-5705. 2 • 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MO 3-2667 j VERS =.



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PAGE EIGHT vJenist fforidfiari FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 1, i 950 Hadassah Adopts $7,035,000 Budget Opposes Interationalization Of Holy City N] W yORK, JTA The 36th %  Hadassah week with "Hot War" Can Be Averted, Rabbi Says -The pea i I the world has n %  ,*e1 md ii C and •' theii moral • r into thi test I etween \ n e : %  c a n -called 'hot confined to made by : \L, R; n, : ibbi le K • u-El of Ft. LauderHalprin was reelected president nd H 11} d, at an inthe adopftion of a ST.035.000 budget and the adoption of a resolution opposing the internationalizatii n : Ji is; li ;n and supportin plan proposed by Israel for United ns supervision of the Holy aloni without any inter[i :, nee in the affairs of the peoples of Jerusalem. The convention also v.'tod to raise $1,000,000 next year — in %  addition to the budget—as part| ot a special three-year building fund goal of S3.500.000 approved by the convention earlier for the erect in of a new medical centei m Jerusalem. Mrs. Samuel W. • 'Hi illy wood d il Ti mple Emanu-El" at Hotel. Ransoi timed I • f the SeCoui the United :.. • i. k< S cess, New York. National Under%  %  I Hadassah for a fourth i cutive term. Addressing a dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria winch clin the convention. Ambassadoi Abba :i : Israel told the audience that • cy must prove to the masses in Asia not only as the agent ol their dom, but also as the instrument of their welfare. "Israel, looking | out beyond the frontiers of its' said own democratic revolution, asks Rat itsell whether its v i ment foi his masmay not have wider significance • thi K i I n. and indeed, than we ever su pi ti i ourind in selves," he declared. "By our Imitted this, example we proclaim the capacity p d • %  • %  comol a democratic system, even in I : argui the least promising and abundant %  .'.;11 havi conditions to assure to a nation en I thrillii vi n by %  i halls of tic way of its effective defense, its cultural il, its social progress and. the full dignity ot constructive evement I bi lieve that this ef sei vice to democi acj ." Turning to the problem ol Arab relations, Mr, Eban thi noted that the effort of the United %  ; '•• ns to effect a peace between n to save lace, t the United '\ • tself the loni : thi Si uritj 1 1 even in that the %  %  S'atiol nd nun WHEN HERVOUSTENSION ,He %7f ThoM <>< caiional rii'i'/iMwhennarvout tension keeps you awake—art you more wakeful the harder you try to Bleep? Those days when tense mrvea make you irritable and jumpy — are you crankier and more restleel when you try to fight the feeling? Milrs Nervin* can help you on dayt and nights like these. It lias been making good for more than 60 years. CAUTION—use only as directed. Get Milrs Nervine at your drug %  tore. Effervescent tablets, 35c, 75c — Liquid, 25c, $1. Miles Laboratories Inc., Elkhart, Indiana. Miles NERVINE Arab neighbors had fa ause of the Arab pt procedures laid down by the L'.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission which looked toward a final peace effort. li" said that Israel's foreign policy "has fixed ideals, but it has no fixed dogmas except that a decision on each issue shall be taken on its independent The one thing that a memI H ol the United Nations should never surrender is its own freedom of judgment. In such freedom of judgment Israel has twice af%  d its support for the efforts ol the Security Council to restore international peace and security in Korea." John C. Ross, United States Deputy Representative in the United Nations Security Council, i harged that the "armed attack up,m the Republic of Korea is part Ol a Soviet Communist plan ol world domination" and qu" stioned whether the "Sovii I Union wants to live at peace" with the work'. Resolutions backing thi Uniti Nations stand against aggn in Korea, and urging immediate ge by the United St Ites Senate oi the L'.N. Ger./.cide Convention outlawing destruction of ethnic, racial or religious groups. were unanimously passed by the convention. Examining the question whether support of Israel involves dual loyalties on the part of American citizens. Mrs. .Moses P. Epstein. Hadassah leader, who presided. said: "Our first political loyak'ies are. must and should be to the United States. In supporting Israel in its struggle for democracy, we act in our own self-interest. A strong Israel means that democracy will continue to keep a foothold in the Middle East." Although not always successful, dreams are devices for allaying disturbances which would interfere with sleep, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica' LISTEN TO MIAMI'S ONLY GAL HILLBILLY DISC JOCKEY DOVEY STARK 5:00 6:00 P.M. ENJOY DOVEY'S HOME SPUN CHATTER AND HER SELECTION OF MUSIC Afore and More—Your Favorite Station For Music and News 3. 5. DrrLt f


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jfljpAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 '"JmUHhridUan PAGE NINE Gables <;roup Makes High Holiday Pains First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold High Holiday services in the air-cooled Coliseum at Douglas Road and S W. 16th St. New spiritual leader, Rabbi Ralph DeKoven, will officiate at all services and Cantor Max Cooper will chant the liturgical prayers.. Tickets for the holidays will be : 1 gale on Sunday morning, September 3 and 10, at the Coliseum. Registration for Hebrew and Sunday Religiou School will be held at the same time and place. For the past year and a half, the membership of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables endeavored to establish a rvative congregation in Coral Gables. Under the leaderof their president, Abe Maloff. they are busily engaged with the planning of a extensive iin of projects and affairs ,cd to interest young and Through their efforts, the synagogue and school building at Zamora and Galiano is near comn and will be ready for ous and educational funcin the fall. The congregation is extending an invitation to all unaffiliated residents of the Southwest and Coral Gables areas to join the gation and to participate in ictivities. Ilollvwood Group Engages Cantor The .Jewish Community Center of Hollywood has engaged Cantor Mordecai Feinerman as its cantor and musical director. The new cantor, who is a lyric ne. has served in congregations at Jersey City, Bayonne and Queens. He received his musical training at the Settlement Music 1 in New York and his cantorial liturgy from noted professional instructors. The cantor studied at the Veshiva University and is the r< pient ot the B. A. degree from that institution. A square inch of skin have 3.000 sweat glands. may Listen to WFEC E 'ery Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:30 P.M. All Miami Markets Endorsed By GMVH With the admission of the Miami Kosher Meat and Poultry Market and the United Kosher Meat Marker to the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, -Harry Sirkin, president of the community-wide organization, announced that all kosher meat markets in the city of Miami are under thfe supervision of the vaad. "This marks the first time," Sirkin said, "that all the butchers in Miami have been endorsed and supervised by the vaad. "The patience of our director; the assistance of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which the vaad is a participating agency, and the complete cooperation of the rabbis and synagogues have helped us reach this goal. It is our hope that the Jewish'population will show its appreciation by patronizing the butchers with the sign of the GMVH. The names of these butchers will be found on page &. of the paper," Sirkin continued. Other information pertaining to kashruth. he said, may be obtained from the director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 5-3595. Dr. George Balber Wishes lo Announce the Removal of His Offices for the (icneral Practice of Dentistry to the I'hysUluns iiulldliiR 1431 North Bayshore Drive Miami, Florida Just South of Venetian Causeway Telephone 82-0602 Mrs. Florida Finals Set For Saturday Finals for "Mrs. Florida" in the 12th,annual "Mrs. America" contest are scheduled for Saturday, September 2, at 9 p.m. at the Seaeomber Surfcomber Hotels, Miami Beach. Proceeds will go to the Cerebral Palsy Association. Winner will receive a gold trophy; an all-expense round-trip via National Air Lines to New York for two days, and two days at Asbury Park, N. J., where she will vie for the coveted title of "Mrs. America" and thousands of dollars worth of prizes for herself and home on September 10. Fifteen Florida married beauties will compete for the title of "Mrs. Florida" Saturday night. In addition to the contest there will be a all-star show to make for a full evening of entertainment. According to Irving Goldman, president of the Cerebral Palsy Association there are an estimated 2,295 cases of cerebral palsy in Dade County and 70 percent of the persons so afflicted retain normal and superior intelligence. Fully 70 percent of all cases may with proper treatment and training be rehabilitated to the point where they can take care of themselves and perform useful work. • Ray Redman Florida state director for Mrs. America. Inc.. has arranged the show. Beach Juniors Pick Delegates Three delegates were chosen by the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah to attend the Southeastern regional conference dl the group, to be held in Birmingham, Ala., over the Labor Day weekend. They are Sandy Freedman, Selma Lewis and Mrs. Roslyn Soltz. The unit is making plans for the second annual community conclave for young women to be held at the Sorrento Hotel from October 6 to 8. Florida Apparel To Bo Shown Florida manufactured wearing apparel will be featured at Miami Beach September 24 through 27 at an advance showing of resort wear at the Robert Richter Hotel. The show, to be sponsored by the Florida Apparel Association, will include men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories. Jo Hochmann, executive director of the association, il; in charge of arrangements. Miss Myrtle Smith, secretary, is coordinating the manufacturers' -showings. &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami ANNOUNCES That High Holy Day Tickets May be Secured at the Office of the Home flVi 4i iiul 1stm I I aht-r will conduct the services ROSH HASHONAH Sept. 12th 13th Judge Harold B. Spaet President YOM KIPPUR Sept. 21st A. M. Bear, Chairman, Religious Committee &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f Mannheimer School To Launch Sixteenth Year The Mannheimer School in Miami Beach will launch its sixteenth year when it opens its door on September 5. The school features individual out-of-doors instruction by a carefully selected staff of teachers, many of whom have been associated with the institution for 10 years. A complete academic and recreational program is provided for all grades from kindergarten to high school. Mannheimer School grauates have been admitted to the University of Miami, University of | Pennsylvania, University of Wisconsin, Emory, University of Delaware and other leading schools throughout the country. Joyce Lorber, a 1950 graduate, was the first student from the Greater Miami area to be admitted to Brandeis University. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 19 W. 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Letters To The Editor
Dear Editor: Jewish Floridian
You are to be commended tor Dear Editor:
your courage in printing the letter I The Marines need your help,
of Mr Haverman warning Jews As you may know we are the
list the activities of a only branch of the service that
"Reverend Schlimeel," deceptive- .1 les nol maintain an advertising
ly hiding his n "an le hv budget, as such, utilizing all funds
announcing he will lecture on for the maintenance of our oper-
his recent trip to Israel, ...>< ating forces. Todaj we air I i
enthusiastic Jew just returned.
alleged trip is > new clever
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: illowing: "THE 1*. S.
1922. called the "Trul I >ut MARINES WANT VOLUNTEERS
Jews" has castigated I JOIN TO-DAY" as a filler
genti ilessly, In part h possible to d i so.
Th least admirable Variations such as JOIN THE
I know is that racial'FIRST TEAMU. S. MARINES,
renegade, th,' apostate Jewthe : or SELECT THE SERVICE THAT
'meshummad'who barters his | SELECTS ITS MEN U. S.
spiritual sincerity for the silver MARINES, etc.. may also be used.
: of Gentile patronage." Mr. We have been given a job to
Hurt also applies to them the j dofor one hundred and seventy-
word- ,if a certain Jew dead some five years the MARINES have]
two thousand years. "Ye compass ; always "done the job"with your
sea and land to make one prose- j help we will do this one too.
lyte; and when he is made, ye Sincerely,
make him two-fold more the child J. J. REARDON,
(if hell than yourselves."
SAMUEL P. WEISS.
Captain, U. S. Marine Corps.
Officer in Charge.
Decoration Asked
For Beach Soldier
Israel Army Complete
Mopping-Up Operation
Jerusalem. (JTA) The, Alumni Elect Zalis
Israel Army this week announced | Ed Zalis was named Dresident
Two pictures from the Jerusalem Art Galleries were presented to the Miami Beach Public
Library al ceremonies last week. They are "Jerusalem Scene," a wood cut by Jacob Stsinhardt of
Jerusalem, and "Orange Pickers." a guache by M. Matus of Tel Aviv. The pictures were presented
by Max Meisel. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Harry Zuckernick, Beach attorney
and civic leader; and Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congregation. They were ac-
cepted by Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, for the library board, and Miss Bertha Aldrich. librarian.
Shown at the ceremonies are (first row. 1. to r.) Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Joel Kohen. Miss Aldrich. Aida
Caspi. Mrs. Liebman. Mrs. Margaret Malek, Zukernick; (second row) Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Mrs.
Sabshin. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Louis Schwartzman. Meisel. Joseph W. Ma'ek. Dr. M. A. Lipkind!
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser; (third row) Seymour Liebman. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, Mrs. S. A. Goodman. Mr. Goodman. B. A. Barkai. who made arrangements for the
purchase of the art works, has been highly commended for his efforts in behalf of Israeli art in
this area. --------------------------------.
A Miami Beach youth has
n recommended for a decora- ]
tion for the second time since the | completion of the largest mop- j of the new]y organized Beth El
St To L *hn!?walL^'St wtieDf |ping-up Peration ^ yet, Hebrew School Alumni Associa-
, ,, nin''tcen-year-old Pfc. | conducted in the Negev.
Marvin Koppelman. son of Irving t .
Koppelman, 936 Pennsylvania In d tpn"dd> Peiatlon' troPs
Ave., Miami Beach, who has been j cordoned off a 87a-square-mile
recommended for an oak leaf I area in search of marauding
cluster to his Silver Star for I Bedouin bands. Traffic between
bravery in action. I the Egyptian-held Gaza strip and
The young soldier's latest Transjordan-occupied Hebron was
heroism was exhibited August 6,
when his battery was overrun by
interrupted. Ten Arabs were
killed in clashes with the Jewish
Communists. He picked up a 3.5 troops and considerable quantity
rocket launcher and held off the of stolen livestock was recovered
enemy until the rest of his outfit as the Arabs fled to the Sinai
could move out. peninsula, whence they infiltrated
Knocked down by a mortar Israel territory. This "is the third
concussion, he recovered suf- such operation in a month.
entlj direct the surrounded---------------------------
men to an ambulance, in which A book dictated by Marco Polo
Irove them through heavy in prison was the most popular
machine gun fire to safety. source of European knowledge
Koppelman was decorated early of the far east for three cen-
in the Korean conflict for knock- tunes.
:hl' out two enemy roadblocks. Z^i^^^^^^^^^^:^^^
His father first learned of the
.iii m while listening t >
a national network program.
tion at a meeting Monday night.
Others elected to office were
George Siegel, vice president;
Dolores Chernoff, secretary; Ber-
nard Weiner, treasurer; Sheldon
Frome, program chairman. Mrs.
Ruth Uliss and Mrs. Ernest
Chernoff are advisers of the unit,
witich meets bimonthly and is
open to all graduates of the Beth
El Talmud Torah.
Bowling Leader to Speak
Maurice Marenberg. president
of the national B'nai B'rith Bowl-
ing League, will be guest speaker
at the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lodge Luncheon Club on Tues-
day, September 5, at Mei Yin
Restaurant.
Tickets for High Holy Day Services
Now on Sale
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PAGE TEN +Jewlst flcrAfter? FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, Letters To The Editor Dear Editor: Jewish Floridian You are to be commended tor Dear Editor: your courage in printing the letter I The Marines need your help, of Mr Haverman warning Jews As you may know we are the list the activities of a only branch of the service that "Reverend Schlimeel," deceptive.1 les nol maintain an advertising ly hiding his n "an • %  le hv budget, as such, utilizing all funds announcing he will lecture on for the maintenance of our operhis recent trip to Israel, ...>< %  % % % %  ating forces. Todaj we air I i enthusiastic Jew just returned. alleged trip is %  > new clever ick evolved by these leeches • of rei the un%  ; ; l il ph lit h luld with '.!•.• : %  : iblem of enlisting some 60.000 VOLUNTEERS. We need them now and because it es increasingly apparent tiiat w ag I i have .* >" i | i, we naturally %  the best men we can i 'I'!.' .. e E: ience has proved that the IVOLUNTEER, the man to i>. .. Mai ine, is o.ui t Phel lid i bet as readily :.-. %  us up '• ,. and thi f condil I ; %  !' OUrS. Hurt, m a little ki N iturally I kn w that you have your own budgetary I policies relative I ;. and for that n Ip we a ^t you use : illowing: "THE 1*. S. 1922. called the "Trul I >ut MARINES WANT VOLUNTEERS Jews" has castigated I JOIN TO-DAY" as a filler genti %  ilessly, In part h possible to d i so. Th least admirable Variations such as JOIN THE I know is that racial F IRST TEAM— U. S. MARINES, renegade, th,' apostate Jew— the : or SELECT THE SERVICE THAT 'meshummad'—who barters his | SELECTS ITS MEN — U. S. spiritual sincerity for the silver MARINES, etc.. may also be used. : of Gentile patronage." Mr. We have been given a job to Hurt also applies to them the j do—for one hundred and seventyword,if a certain Jew dead some five years the MARINES have] two thousand years. "Ye compass ; always "done the job" — with your %  sea and land to make one prosej help we will do this one too. lyte; and when he is made, ye Sincerely, make him two-fold more the child J. J. REARDON, (if hell than yourselves." SAMUEL P. WEISS. Captain, U. S. Marine Corps. Officer in Charge. Decoration Asked For Beach Soldier Israel Army Complete Mopping-Up Operation JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The, Alumni Elect Zalis Israel Army this week announced | Ed Zalis was named Dres ident Two pictures from the Jerusalem Art Galleries were presented to the Miami Beach Public Library al ceremonies last week. They are "Jerusalem Scene," a wood cut by Jacob Stsinhardt of Jerusalem, and "Orange Pickers." a guache by M. Matus of Tel Aviv. The pictures were presented by Max Meisel. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Harry Zuckernick, Beach attorney and civic leader; and Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congregation. They were accepted by Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, for the library board, and Miss Bertha Aldrich. librarian. Shown at the ceremonies are (first row. 1. to r.) Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Joel Kohen. Miss Aldrich. Aida Caspi. Mrs. Liebman. Mrs. Margaret Malek, Zukernick; (second row) Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Mrs. Sabshin. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Louis Schwartzman. Meisel. Joseph W. Ma'ek. Dr. M. A. Lipkind! Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser; (third row) Seymour Liebman. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. S. A. Goodman. Mr. Goodman. B. A. Barkai. who made arrangements for the purchase of the art works, has been highly commended for his efforts in behalf of Israeli art in this area. A Miami Beach youth has n recommended for a decora] tion for the second time since the | completion of the largest mopj of the new ] y organized Beth El St To L h n!„?w„ al L^' St w tie Df | p ing up P eration ^ yet, Hebrew School Alumni Associa, • ,, nin ''tcen-year-old Pfc. | conducted in the Negev. Marvin Koppelman. son of Irving t „ „ „ Koppelman, 936 Pennsylvania In d tpn dd> P eiatlon tro Ps Ave., Miami Beach, who has been j cordoned off a 87a-square-mile recommended for an oak leaf I area in search of marauding cluster to his Silver Star for I Bedouin bands. Traffic between bravery in action. I the Egyptian-held Gaza strip and The young soldier's latest Transjordan-occupied Hebron was heroism was exhibited August 6, when his battery was overrun by interrupted. Ten Arabs were killed in clashes with the Jewish Communists. He picked up a 3.5 troops and considerable quantity rocket launcher and held off the of stolen livestock was recovered enemy until the rest of his outfit as the Arabs fled to the Sinai could move out. peninsula, whence they infiltrated Knocked down by a mortar Israel territory. This "is the third concussion, he recovered sufsuch operation in a month. entlj direct the surrounded — men to an ambulance, in which A book dictated by Marco Polo Irove them through heavy in prison was the most popular machine gun fire to safety. source of European knowledge Koppelman was decorated early of the far east for three cenin the Korean conflict for knocktunes. :HL' out two enemy roadblocks. Z^i^^^^^^^^^^:^^^ His father first learned of the .iii m while listening t > a national network program. tion at a meeting Monday night. Others elected to office were George Siegel, vice president; Dolores Chernoff, secretary; Bernard Weiner, treasurer; Sheldon Frome, program chairman. Mrs. Ruth Uliss and Mrs. Ernest Chernoff are advisers of the unit, witich meets bimonthly and is open to all graduates of the Beth El Talmud Torah. Bowling Leader to Speak Maurice Marenberg. president of the national B'nai B'rith Bowling League, will be guest speaker at the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Luncheon Club on Tuesday, September 5, at Mei Yin Restaurant. Tickets for High Holy Day Services Now on Sale CONG. T'FERETH ISRAEL to be held at the Maaons & Bricklayers Union Bldg., 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. Purchase Tickets at K. M. Grand 5 & 10 3032 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone MUM ill Dr. Arthur Stone A'lsln ... ui ii i i irrh-i fni tin ... • I'• D.MIIISI 1431 N irth Bayshore Drive Miami, Florida I lint Telephone 82-0602 Eat the Best The Snack With Zest PEP-E Herring In Cream or Wine Sauce 9U Vtticioui. Ask for it at your Neighborhood Food Stores REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED MANNHEIMER SCHOOL Established 1934 1054 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE KINDERGARTEN — ELEMENTARY — HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE PREPARATORY & COMMERCIAL COURSES Graduates now attending leading universities. Complete program of academic and recreational activities. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
vJewist f/cridKatn
PAGE ELEVEN'
Relisious School Resistration Slated September 3 to 10
Secondary And Adult Education
Hebrew High School
The central Hebrew High School, sponsored by the
i had a registration of 21 students last year in
throe classes and met at the Peninsular Institute, 222
East Flagler Street. A graduation class will be
.,',.. nic d to the Jewish community in 1951. Hy
Pomerantz is principal. Registration for the 1950-1951
ciass w:ll be held after the High Holidays; graduate
students are expected then to enroll from the Beth
David, B''"1 E1 and Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Hebrew <>t the University of Miami
Hebrew is now an accepted subject among the
Modern Languages at the University of Miami. The
Bureau placed the instructor, Sydney Greenberg,
educational director of Beth Sholom. Sessions were
held for two semesters last year and a summer ses-
sion. Expansion is expected this year with added
9 in the day and extra sessions at night. Jewish ments u
Have You Forgotten Something?
Dear Parents:
Have you forgotten something? Is there something missing
in the make-up of your child which is necessary for his
happiness?
Intelligent Jewish parents are alarmed today. They are
frightened because of an apparent lack of graceful adjustment
by their children to Judaism in America. They lament the fact
that Jewish youth lacks a happy acceptance of Jewish life.
They may even see in their growing children a mounting
self-hatred due to the loss of inner security.
Out of these alarms has come a growing realization that
today there is a need for greater emphasis on the values
rent in Jewish education. American Jews are becoming
acutely aware of the barren cultural spots in American Jewish
life Realization has come of the need of a better understanding
: appreciation of the total American-Jewish scene. In a
word, American Jewish parents are looking more and more
ish education to give meaning to American-Jewish life
and tn stabilize the personality of the Jewish youth of this
country.
re is no doubt that a broad conception of Americanism
1 Judaism brought to the hearts of American Jewry would
creati strong armament for survival. Appreciation of the full
. xt( nsion .if the term Jew would make Jewish education truly
relevant tn the daily life and aspirations of both young and old.
,Ii wish youth would then gam that sense of "belonging" to
nething worthwhile, for himself, for his people, for his
country, for the world. He woujd gain a sense of creativity and
urity through identification with the Jewish group. Jewish
youth in America could then become well-poised, a blended
inalitj pi J, w and American, willing and able to contribute
to both.
The laik.of thus interpreting Jewish education to the
Jewish community of Greater Miami is being assumed today
by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau, which is the
educational .arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
gives educational service to all the local Jewish schools, setting
coals of higher standards for all, while respecting individual
ideologies.
Have you forgotten something? Jewish Education Month
is being celebrated nationally from September 5 through
October 13. Jewish Education Month focuses attention upon
the Jewish school and the vital need of Jewish education in
America. Today Greater Miami offers growing opportunities
of Jewish education for your children in fifteen Sunday Schools,
sixteen afternoon schools, a Hebrew High School and one
All-Day school, located in every section of the town and
Beach. They are listed below.
Have you forgotten something? This you must remember.
Enroll your child in a Jewish school of your choice. Register
you: child today.
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Executive Director
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
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New Bar Mitzvah Standards
Is Recommended by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
and Bureau of Jewish Education
students at the University are urged to register for
the Hebrew courses as announced in the University of
Miami catalogue. Phone the Registrar at 83-4611 for
will ho dffai1^ Tllel"e is some indication that Hebrew
ffinbSuiL* the Miami Scnior High Sch001 in
Adult Institutes
Formal adult institutes will be sponsored again in
v l *i lnIC0,Peration w'th other organizations. Last
year the- Institute was held at the Beth El Congrega-
tion for two semesters of ten weekly sessions each,
offering courses in Hebrew, Yiddish. Jewish Litera-
ture, Jewish History, Modern Israel, with an initial
registration of 180. More ambitious plans are being
formulated for the coming vear. Watch for a
press and over radio.
announce-
Preparation Institutes for Mothers
The two informal preparation institutes for mothers
to bring Jewish life directly into the home will a
be sponsored by the Bureau for Chanuka and Pass-
over. Mothers will again be instructed in making I
"Jewish Home Beautiful" by sessions in custom, ol
the festivals, cooking traditional dishes and games
and decorating for the holidays.
Classes at the Cardiac Home
For six years the Bureau has sponsored classes for
the Jewish children at the National Children's Cardiac
Home. Lessons in Hebrew, Jewish songs and
dramatics, have been given at the Home, often at th<
very bed of Jewish patients. Costs of this pi
come from allocations to the Bureau of Jewish.
Education.
The minimum requirements for
candidates for Bar Mitzvah on
ibbath mornings within any of
the
synagogues or temples of
Greater Miami are as follows:
1. A minimum of two years of
satisfactory attendance at a daily
Hebrew school of recognized
standing with four hours or more
of-weekly instruction, or its
equivalent; a minimum of three
years of satisfactory attendance
at a daily Hebrew school of rec-
ognized standing with less than
lour hours of wekly instruction,
or its equivalent; and -
- Passing of a test by the Bar
Mitzvah candidate, before begin-
ning preparation for his Bar
witzvah training, or a minimum
rea ,,f Jewish knowledge; in-
iiuding ,a minimum understand-
hT. the Hebrow language,
jollity to read Hebrew' prayers
in a reasonable degree of
"uency and familiarity; an under-
undinn of basic and customs and
uemonies .of Jewish life, an
understanding of the early chap-
: Genesis and some know-
taniL- maj01' events and per-
;"nalities of Jewish history and
^Contemporary Jewish world.
This area of subject matter and
series of tests are to be drawn up
by a joint committee of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami; the test is to be
administered to the Bar Mitzvah
candidate by the rabbi of his con-
gregation, the candidate's teacher
and the executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education or
his representative.
Candidates for Bar Mitzvah in
Reform Temples where there are
no daily Hebrew schools will not
be held to the requirements of
paragraph 1, but should comply
with paragraph 2.
A special Certificate of Honor
will be awarded by the Bureau
of Jewish Education to every Bar
Mitzvah candidate who elects to
take and passes a test, before
beginning his Bar Mitzvah train-
ing, the test to cover the bureau
curriculum of five years and to be
prepared and administered as in
paragraph 2.
3. Effective Date
These provisions are to take
effect September 1, 1950, except
for 3 years provision effective
September 1, 1951.
Opening Calendar Of Jewish Schools
registration at all schools..........................Sept. 3-10
*>rst classes at Hebrew schools........................Sept. 7
*'rst classes at Sunday schools.......................Sept. 10
Jewish Education Month......................Sept. 5-Oct. 13
"Daddy What Makes Us Jews?"
Has your child ever asked A j
"Daddy, what makes us Jews'" IAnd yOU Can l d,str* Vur
If he hasn't asked you yetHE younSstet' with a.new red wagon
and hope the question will be
forgotten. Because it won't. It's a
question that he'll be asking-
asking you and asking himself
for most of the rest of his life.
And there's no quick answer.
WILL!
HAVE YOU AN ANSWER?
"What makes us Jews?" isn't
the kind of question you can
answer in a word or a phrase.
That doesn't mean there's no
answer at all. There is. and a very
good one; the only answer th/t
will help your child gain security
and happiness from the fact that
he is Jewish, instead of confusion
and torment.
That answer is a Jewish educa-
tion. By attending a modern, ef-
fective Jewish school, together
with others of his own age. your
child will gain a rich and joyful
experience as a Jew. He and his
schoolmates will live and develop
in a context of Jewish thoughts,
and Jewish surroundings. He wiil
absorb the beauty and \v:
of Jewish traditions and his:
going back more than four thous-
and years, and he will begin to
feel that this culture is in his pos-
session. He will learn that he
part of the greatest adventure in
human history, and he '.'.ill gain
values and standards which wili
fit him to be the best kind of
Jew. and the best kind of Ameri-
can.
You can answer your children's
questions by enrolling them today
in a Jewish school. It will give
themboys and girls alikea
foundation and a background I i
their lives as American Jews. And
the younger they start, the be-.'.
Enroll them todaygive your
children their spiritual and cul-
tural heritage.
SCHOOL DIRECTOnY
Prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Building, Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489
MIAMI
Beth David (Conservative)
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Beth El (Orthodox)
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal) 320 Palermo Ave.
First Jewish Cong. (Conservative)
University of Miami
Flagler-Granada
50 N.W. 51st Place
Hebrew High School
(Community)
Peninsular Institute,
223 E. Flagler St.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center (Conservative)
City HallPalm Ave., Hialcah
Israelite Center (Conservative)
24th Terr, and 32nd Ave.
Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox)
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Northside Jewish Center
(Conservative)
Douglas Gardens, 53rd St.
and 2nd Ave.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative)
13630 Dixie Highway
Temple Israel (Reform)
137 N.E. 19th St.
West Miami Jewish Center
(Conservative)
5720 S.W. 17th St.
Workmen's Circle (Yiddish)
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
MIAMI BEACH
Beth Jaocb (Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave.
Hebrew Academy (All Day)
918 6th St.
Knesseth Israel (Orthodox)
1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative)
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative)
77th and Dickens
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
4144 Chase Ave.
Temple Isaiah (Reform)
1536 Bay Road
Workmen's Circle (Yiddish)
25 Washington Ave.
Area Serving
Southwest
Southwest
Coral Gables
Coral Gables
Flagler-Granada
Greater Miami'
Affiliated
with BJE
Yes
Yes
Yes
New school
New school
Yes
Afternoon or
Sunday school::
Both
Both
Both
Both
Sunday school
Afternoon
Hialeah-Miami Springs New school Both

Southwest
Southwest
Northeast
Upper Northeast
New school
Yes
New school
Both
Both
Both
New school Both
All sections Yes
West Miami New school
All sections Yes
South Beach No
All sections ------
Central Beach New school
Central Beach Yes
Upper North Beach New school
North Beach Yes
The Beach Yes
The Beach Yes
Sunday school
Both
Afternoon
Afternoon
Daily
Both

Both
Both
Both
Sunday school
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 vJewist f/cridKatn PAGE ELEVEN' Relisious School Resistration Slated September 3 to 10 Secondary And Adult Education Hebrew High School The central Hebrew High School, sponsored by the i had a registration of 21 students last year in throe classes and met at the Peninsular Institute, 222 East Flagler Street. A graduation class will be .,',.. nic d to the Jewish community in 1951. Hy Pomerantz is principal. Registration for the 1950-1951 c i a ss w:ll be held after the High Holidays; graduate students are expected then to enroll from the Beth David, B''" 1 E1 and Miami Beach Jewish Center. Hebrew <>t the University of Miami Hebrew is now an accepted subject among the Modern Languages at the University of Miami. The Bureau placed the instructor, Sydney Greenberg, educational director of Beth Sholom. Sessions were held for two semesters last year and a summer session. Expansion is expected this year with added 9 in the day and extra sessions at night. Jewish ments u Have You Forgotten Something? Dear Parents: Have you forgotten something? Is there something missing in the make-up of your child which is necessary for his happiness? Intelligent Jewish parents are alarmed today. They are frightened because of an apparent lack of graceful adjustment by their children to Judaism in America. They lament the fact that Jewish youth lacks a happy acceptance of Jewish life. They may even see in their growing children a mounting self-hatred due to the loss of inner security. Out of these alarms has come a growing realization that today there is a need for greater emphasis on the values rent in Jewish education. American Jews are becoming acutely aware of the barren cultural spots in American Jewish life Realization has come of the need of a better understanding : appreciation of the total American-Jewish scene. In a word, American Jewish parents are looking more and more ish education to give meaning to American-Jewish life and tn stabilize the personality of the Jewish youth of this country. re is no doubt that a broad conception of Americanism 1 Judaism brought to the hearts of American Jewry would creati strong armament for survival. Appreciation of the full xt( nsion .if the term Jew would make Jewish education truly relevant tn the daily life and aspirations of both young and old. ,Ii wish youth would then gam that sense of "belonging" to nething worthwhile, for himself, for his people, for his country, for the world. He woujd gain a sense of creativity and urity through identification with the Jewish group. Jewish youth in America could then become well-poised, a blended inalitj pi J, w and American, willing and able to contribute to both. The laik.of thus interpreting Jewish education to the Jewish community of Greater Miami is being assumed today by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau, which is the educational arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, gives educational service to all the local Jewish schools, setting coals of higher standards for all, while respecting individual ideologies. Have you forgotten something? Jewish Education Month is being celebrated nationally from September 5 through October 13. Jewish Education Month focuses attention upon the Jewish school and the vital need of Jewish education in America. Today Greater Miami offers growing opportunities of Jewish education for your children in fifteen Sunday Schools, sixteen afternoon schools, a Hebrew High School and one All-Day school, located in every section of the town and Beach. They are listed below. Have you forgotten something? This you must remember. Enroll your child in a Jewish school of your choice. Register you: child today. LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN Executive Director Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. ^^*-^^*.-v*.^-*^-v-s.-*.^^^.-*-v-^-v-*-*^.*.-v--^ ^.-*.-V^.---N.-V-V-%.>.*.^-* New Bar Mitzvah Standards Is Recommended by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and Bureau of Jewish Education students at the University are urged to register for the Hebrew courses as announced in the University of Miami catalogue. Phone the Registrar at 83-4611 for will ho d ff ai1 ^ T l lel e is some indication that Hebrew ffinbSuiL* the Miami Scnior High Sch001 in Adult Institutes Formal adult institutes will be sponsored again in v l *i ln I C0 ,P eration w 'th other organizations. Last year theInstitute was held at the Beth El Congregation for two semesters of ten weekly sessions each, offering courses in Hebrew, Yiddish. Jewish Literature, Jewish History, Modern Israel, with an initial registration of 180. More ambitious plans are being formulated for the coming vear. Watch for a press and over radio. announcePreparation Institutes for Mothers The two informal preparation institutes for mothers to bring Jewish life directly into the home will a be sponsored by the Bureau for Chanuka and Passover. Mothers will again be instructed in making I "Jewish Home Beautiful" by sessions in custom, ol the festivals, cooking traditional dishes and games and decorating for the holidays. Classes at the Cardiac Home For six years the Bureau has sponsored classes for the Jewish children at the National Children's Cardiac Home. Lessons in Hebrew, Jewish songs and dramatics, have been given at the Home, often at th< very bed of Jewish patients. Costs of this pi come from allocations to the Bureau of Jewish. Education. The minimum requirements for candidates for Bar Mitzvah on ibbath mornings within any of the synagogues or temples of Greater Miami are as follows: 1. A minimum of two years of satisfactory attendance at a daily Hebrew school of recognized standing with four hours or more of w eekly instruction, or its equivalent; a minimum of three years of satisfactory attendance at a daily Hebrew school of recognized standing with less than lour hours of wekly instruction, or its equivalent; and Passing of a test by the Bar Mitzvah candidate, before beginning preparation for his Bar •witzvah training, or a minimum •rea ,,f Jewish knowledge; iniiuding a minimum understandhT. the Hebrow language, jollity to read Hebrew' prayers in a reasonable degree of "uency and familiarity; an underundinn of basic and customs and uemonies .of Jewish life, an understanding of the early chap: Genesis and some knowtaniLmaj01 events and per;"nalities of Jewish history and ^Contemporary Jewish world. This area of subject matter and series of tests are to be drawn up by a joint committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami; the test is to be administered to the Bar Mitzvah candidate by the rabbi of his congregation, the candidate's teacher and the executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education or his representative. Candidates for Bar Mitzvah in Reform Temples where there are no daily Hebrew schools will not be held to the requirements of paragraph 1, but should comply with paragraph 2. A special Certificate of Honor will be awarded by the Bureau of Jewish Education to every Bar Mitzvah candidate who elects to take and passes a test, before beginning his Bar Mitzvah training, the test to cover the bureau curriculum of five years and to be prepared and administered as in paragraph 2. 3. Effective Date These provisions are to take effect September 1, 1950, except for 3 years provision effective September 1, 1951. Opening Calendar Of Jewish Schools registration at all schools Sept. 3-10 *>rst classes at Hebrew schools Sept. 7 *'rst classes at Sunday schools Sept. 10 Jewish Education Month Sept. 5-Oct. 13 "Daddy What Makes Us Jews?" Has your child ever asked A J "Daddy, what makes us Jews'" I A nd yOU Can l d,str Vur If he hasn't asked you yet—HE youn S stet with a.new red wagon and hope the question will be forgotten. Because it won't. It's a question that he'll be askingasking you and asking himself— for most of the rest of his life. And there's no quick answer. WILL! HAVE YOU AN ANSWER? "What makes us Jews?" isn't the kind of question you can answer in a word or a phrase. That doesn't mean there's no answer at all. There is. and a very good one; the only answer th/t will help your child gain security and happiness from the fact that he is Jewish, instead of confusion and torment. That answer is a Jewish education. By attending a modern, effective Jewish school, together with others of his own age. your child will gain a rich and joyful experience as a Jew. He and his schoolmates will live and develop in a context of Jewish thoughts, and Jewish surroundings. He wiil absorb the beauty and \v: of Jewish traditions and his: going back more than four thousand years, and he will begin to feel that this culture is in his possession. He will learn that he part of the greatest adventure in human history, and he '.'.ill gain values and standards which wili fit him to be the best kind of Jew. and the best kind of American. You can answer your children's questions by enrolling them today in a Jewish school. It will give them—boys and girls alike—a foundation and a background I i their lives as American Jews. And the younger they start, the be .'. Enroll them today—give your children their spiritual and cultural heritage. SCHOOL DIRECTOnY Prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Building, Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489 MIAMI Beth David (Conservative) 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave. Beth El (Orthodox) 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal) 320 Palermo Ave. First Jewish Cong. (Conservative) University of Miami Flagler-Granada 50 N.W. 51st Place Hebrew High School (Community) Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center (Conservative) City Hall—Palm Ave., Hialcah Israelite Center (Conservative) 24th Terr, and 32nd Ave. Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox) 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Northside Jewish Center (Conservative) Douglas Gardens, 53rd St. and 2nd Ave. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative) 13630 Dixie Highway Temple Israel (Reform) 137 N.E. 19th St. West Miami Jewish Center (Conservative) 5720 S.W. 17th St. Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) 1545 S.W. 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Beth Jaocb (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave. Hebrew Academy (All Day) 918 6th St. Knesseth Israel (Orthodox) 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative) 77th and Dickens Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) 4144 Chase Ave. Temple Isaiah (Reform) 1536 Bay Road Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) 25 Washington Ave. Area Serving Southwest Southwest Coral Gables Coral Gables Flagler-Granada Greater Miami' Affiliated with BJE Yes Yes Yes New school New school Yes Afternoon or Sunday school:: Both Both Both Both Sunday school Afternoon Hialeah-Miami Springs New school Both Southwest Southwest Northeast Upper Northeast New school Yes New school Both Both Both New school Both All sections Yes West Miami New school All sections Yes South Beach No All sections Central Beach New school Central Beach Yes Upper North Beach New school North Beach Yes The Beach Yes The Beach Yes Sunday school Both Afternoon Afternoon Daily Both Both Both Both Sunday school Aftetnoon



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PAGE TEN +Jewlst ncrMlan FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1.1950 Letters To The Editor Dear Editor: Jewish Floiidian You are to be commended for Dear Editor: your • n printing the letter The Marines need your help. ol Mr. Haverman warning Jews As you may know we are trie the activities of a I only branch of the service that "Reverend Schlimeel," deceptively hidii •••lved by these leeches derland %  Thesi i Thej a e :. • of the bl drenchi d Torq turn as r us up to i ; i : ours, does not maintain an advertisii budget, such, utilizing all funds ntenance ol our operating forces Todaj we are faced with the problem ol enlisting e 60.000 VOLUNTEERS. We need them now and because it bee imes increasingly appa ; i havi "tou wi natural :.t the lies: men we can ; E : iei ience lias : I hat '.he VOLUNTEER. %  • i \>, ., M : besl %  that you your own IHUIU' tarj tatioi advertising, and for thai ttle .u use but inted a'i. HI: the ;: "THE U S 1922, led thi "Truth About MARINES WANT VOLUNTEERS the J JOIN TO-DAY" as a filler Ij In part he when \ iible to do so Th l< ast as JOIN THE % %  • iture l kn thai racial'FIRST TEAM—U, S, MARINES, the apostate Jew—the oi SELECT THE SERVICE THAT lummad'—who barters his SELECTS ITS MEN — U. S spiritual for the silver MARINES, etc., may also be used. • Gentile patronage." Mr. We have been given a job to Hurt also applies to them the do—for one hundred and seventyIs of a certain Jew dead some five years the MARINES have two thousand years, "Ye compass always "done the job"— with your sea and land to make one proseI help we will do this one too. lyte; and when he is made, ye Sincerely, make him two-fold more the child j J. J. REARDON. of hell than yourselves." Captain, U. S. Marine Corps SAMUEL P. WEISS. I Officer in Charge. Decoration Asked Israel Arm y Complete For Rpcir h ^nlHit>r Mopping-Up Operation r R JERUSALEM. -JTA, The .Alumni Elect Zalis A Miami Beach vouth has ... I been recommended for a decoraIsrael Arm V lh,s wcek announced tion for the second time since the I completion of the largest mopstart of the Korean hostilities. p infi-up operation it has yet Pfc1 conducted in the Negev. In a ten-day operation, troops cordoned off a 875-square-mile area in search of marauding Bedouin bands. Traffic between the Egyptian-held Gaza strip and j Frome, program chairman The young soldier's latest Transjordan-occupied Hebron was I Ruth Uliss and Mrs Ernest heroism was exhibited August 6. : interrupted. Ten Arabs were Chernoff are advisers of the unit, When his battery was overrun by I killed in clashes with the Jewish w.'lich meets bimonthly and is Communists. He picked up a 3.5 ; troops and considerable quantity of stolen livestock was recovered as the Arabs fled to the Sinai peninsula, whence they infiltrated Israel territory. This is the third such operation in a month. Two pictures from the Jerusalem Art Galleries were presented lo the Miami Beach Public Library at ceremonies last week. They are "Jerusalem Scene," a wood cut by Jacob Stainhardt of Jerusalem, and "Orange Pickers." a guache by M. Matus of Tel Aviv. The pictures were presented by Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Harry Zuckernick, Beach attorney and civic leader; and Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congregation. They were accepted by Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman. for the library board, and Miss Bertha Aldrich. librarian. Shown at the ceremonies are (first row. 1. to r.) Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Joel Kohen. Miss Aldrich, Aida Caspi. Mrs. Liebman. Mrs. Margaret Malek. Zukernick; (second row) Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Mrs. Sabshin. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Louis Schwartzman. Meisel. Joseph W. Ma'ek. Dr. M. A. Lipkind. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser; (third row) Seymour Liebman. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. S. A. Goodman. Mr. Goodman. B. A. Barkai. who made arrangement; for the purchase of the art works, has been highly commended for his efforts in behalf of Israeli art in this area. Marvin Koppelman. son of Irving Koppelman. 936 Pennsylvania Ave Miami Beach, who has been j recommended for an oak leaf cluster to his Silver Star for bravery in action. Ed Zalis was named president of the newly organized Beth El Hebrew School Alumni Association at a meeting Monday night. Others elected to office were George Siegel, vice president; Dolores Chernoff, secretary; Bernard Werner, treasurer; Sheldon Mrs. rocket launcher and held off the enemy until the rest ol his outfit could move out. Knocked down by a mortar concussion, he recovered suf: entl; to lirect the sui rounded men to an ambulance, in which he drove them through heavy nine gun fire to safety. Koppelman was decorated early in the Korean conflict for knocking on 4 ;.v enemy roadblocks. His fathei first learned of the ti ning t ) a nat n ni tv. im. A book dictated by Marco Polo in prison was the most popular source of European knowledge of the far east for three centuries. open to all graduates of the Beth El Talmud Torah. Bowling Leader to Speak Maurice Marenberg. president: of the national B'nai B'rith Bowling League, will be guest speaker i at the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Luncheon Club on Tuesday, September 5, at Mei Yin Restaurant. Tickets for High Holy Day Services Now on Sale CONG. T'FERETH ISRAEL to be held at the Masons & Bricklayers Union Bldg., 3350 N.W. 7th Ave. Purchase Tickets at %  <:. M. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 *Je*ist fkric/i r PAGE "ELEVEN Religious School Registration Slated September 3 to 10 Secondary And Adult Education 11 qh School ntral Hebrew High School, sponsored by Ihc ad a registration of 21 students last year in three classes and met at the Peninsular Institute, 222 Flagler Street. A graduation class will be „ted t<> the Jewish community in 1951. Hy h •/ is principal. Registration for the 1950-1951 |] be held after the High Holidays; graduate students arc expected then to enroll from the Beth David, Beth El and Miami Beach Jewish Center. %  at the University of Miami is now an accepted subject among the languages at the University of Miami. The Bureau placed the instructor, Sydney Greenberg, educational director of Beth Sholom. Sessions were held f"'wo semesters last year and a summer session. Expansion is expected this year with added .i the day and extra sessions at night. Jewish students at the University are urged to register for the Hebrew courses as announced in the University of Miami catalogue. Phone the Registrar at 83-4611 for viiM?" d f* aiIs -There is some indication that Hebrew S>tembeM95l. "" Mi mi Scni r High Sch o1 in Adult Institutes Foimal adult institutes will be sponsored again in Miami in cooperation with other organizations. Last year the-Institute was held at the Beth El Congregation for two semesters of ten weekly sessions each offering courses in Hebrew, Yiddish." Jewish Literature, Jewish History, Modern Israel, with an initial registration of 180. Mor ambitious plans are being formulated for the coming vear. Watch for announcements in press and over radio. Have You Forgotten Something? Dear Parents: Have you forgotten something? Is there something missing in the make-up of your child which is necessary for his happiness? Intelligent Jewish parents are alarmed today. They are htened because of an apparent lack of graceful adjustment by theii children to Judaism in America. They lament the fact Jewish youth lacks a happy acceptance of Jewish life. may even see in their growing children a mounting d due to the loss of inner security. Out of these alarms has come a growing realization that there is a need for greater emphasis on the values in Jewish education. American Jews are becoming ..no of the barren cultural spots in American Jewish life. R> alization has come of the need of a better understanding iation of the total American-Jewish scene. In a ican Jewish parents are looking more and more ducation to give meaning to American-Jewish life tabilize the personality of the Jewish youth of this ntry. re is no doubt that a broad conception of Americanism and Judaism brought to the hearts of American Jewry would ng armament for survival. Appreciation of the full i xti nsion <>f the term Jew would make Jewish education truly to the daily life and aspirations of both young and old. youth would then gam that sense of "belonging" to %  irthwhile, for himself, for his people, for his world. He woujd gain a sense of creativity and security through identification with the Jewish group. Jewish V uth America could then become well-poised, a blended pe : J, w and American, willing and able to contribute : both. The ;,iik of thus interpreting Jewish education to the Jewish community of Greater Miami is being assumed today by ; Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau, which is the aional arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, gives educational service to all the local Jewish schools, setting goals of higher standards for all, while respecting individual ideologies. Have you forgotten something? Jewish Education Month is being celebrated nationally from September 5 through October 13. Jewish Education Month focuses attention upon the Jewish school and the vital need of Jewish education in America. Today Greater Miami offers growing opportunities of Jewish education for your children in fifteen Sunday Schools, sixteen afternoon schools, a Hebrew High School and one All-Day school, located in every section of the town and Beach. They are listed below. Have you forgotten something? This you must remember. Enroll your child in a Jewish school of your choice. Register your child today. LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN Executive Director Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. New Bar Mitzvah Standards As Recommended by the Rabbinical Association oj Greater Miami and Bureau of Jewish Education Preparation Institutes for Mothers The two informal preparation institutes for mothers to bring Jewish life directly into the home will again be sponsored by the Bureau for Chanuka and Pa.^sover. Mothers will again be instructed in makm. "Jewish Home Beautiful" by sessions in custom^ ..f the festivals, cooking traditional dishes and ga and decorating for the holidays. Classes at the Cardiac Home For six years the Bureau has sponsored classes for the Jewish children at the National Children's Car Home. Lessons in Hebrew, Jewish songs and dramatics, have been given at the Home, often a! t very bed of Jewish patients. Costs of this project come from allocations to the Bureau of Jewish Education. The minimum requirements for candidates for Bar Mitzvah on Sabbath mornings within any of %  magogues or temples of Greater Miami are as follows: 1 A minimum of two years of y attendance at a daily '• school of recognized standing with four hours or more of weekly instruction, or its equivalent: a minimum of three 't satisfactory attendance at a daily Hebrew school of rec' %  standing with less than 'ins of wekly instruction, '"' s equivalent; and 2 Passing of a test by the Bar Mitzvah candidate, before beginning preparation for his Bar •witzvah training, or a minimum area of Jewish knowledge: including .a minimum understand"8 of the Hebrew language, ty to read Hebrew" prayers a reasonable degree of with iiuency and familiarity; an understanding of basic and customs and : ies .of Jewish life. an "'Kiei st anding of the early chapGenesis and some knoweage of major events and pernft£ es of Jewish history and J^w contemporary Jewish world. This area of subject matter and series of tests are to be drawn up by a joint committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami; the test is to be administered to the Bar Mitzvah candidate by the rabbi of his congregation, the candidate's teacher and the executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education or his representative. Candidates for Bar Mitzvah in Reform Temples where there are no daily Hebrew schools will not be held to the requirements of paragraph 1, but should comply with paragraph 2. A special Certificate of Honor will be awarded by the Bureau of Jewish Education to every Bar Mitzvah candidate who elects to take and passes a test, before beginning his Bar Mitzvah training, the test to cover the bureau curriculum of five years and to be prepared and administered as in paragraph 2. 3. Effective Date These provisions are to take effect September 1, 1950, except for 3 years provision effective September 1, 1951. Opening Calendar Of Jewish Schools Registration at all schools Sept. 3-10 [ 'irst classes at Hebrew schools Sept. 7 *'rst classes at Sunday schools Sept. 10 Jewish Education Month Sept. 5-Oct. 13 I "Daddy What Makes Us Jews?" Has your child ever asked "Daddy, what makes us Jews?" \' If he hasn't asked you yet—HE WILL: HAVE YOU AN ANSWER? you can't distract your youngster with a.new red wagon and hope the question will be forgotten. Because it won't. It's a question that he'll be asking— „„,. — „.. M 1 *"""" mot lit.-ii of asKiriK M. i • j m us Jews? isn't asking you and asking himself— the kind of question you can for most of the rest of his life answer in a word or a phrase. I And there's no quick answer. That doesn't mean there's no answer at all. There is. and a very good one; the only answer that will help your child gain security j and happiness from the fact that he is Jewish, instead of confusion I and torment. That answer is a Jewish educa1 tion. By attending a modern, effective Jewish school, together with others of his own age. your child will gain a rich and joyful experience as a Jew. He and his schoolmates will live p in a context of Jewish th iu( and Jewish surroundings. He %  h (hi be mty and w:s of Jewish traditions and his g ling back more than four th IUSand years, and he will begin t %  : that this culture is in his] session. He will learn thai part of | test adventure in human history, and he will g ii s and standards which will • him to b st kind of Jew. and the best kind of American. Y ,, in : '.vr your children's questions by enrolling thi • n i Jewish school. It will giv them—boys and girls aliki—a foundation and a their lives as Ann; lean Jews. And the younger they start, the betl Enroll them today—give your | children their spiritual and cultural heritage. SCHOOL DIRECTORY Prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Building. Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489 MIAMI Beth David (Conservative) 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave. Beth El (Orthodox) 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal) 320 Palermo Ave. First Jewish Cong. (Conservative) University of Miami Flagler-Granada 50 N.W. 51st Place Hebrew High School (Community) Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center (Conservative) City Hall—Palm Ave.. Hialeah Israelite Center (Conservative) 24th Terr, and 32nd Ave. Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox) 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Northside Jewish Center (Conservative) Douglas Gardens, 53rd St. and 2nd Ave. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative) 13630 Dixie Highway Temple Israel (Reform) 137 N.E. 19th St. West Miami Jewish Center (Conservative) 5720 S.W. 17th St. Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) 1545 S.W. 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Beth Jaocb (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave. Hebrew Academy (All Day) 918 6th St. Knesseth Israel (Orthodox) 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative) 77th and Dickens Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) 4144 Chase Ave. Temple Isaiah (Reform) 1536 Bay Road Workmen's Circle (Yiddish) 25 Washington Ave. Affiliated Afternoon or with BJE ; Sunday school.: Yes Both Area Serving Southwest Southwest Coral Gables Coral Gables Flagler-Granada Greater Miami' Hialeah-Miami Springs New school Both Yes Both Yes Both New school Both New school Sunday school Yes Afternoon Southwest Southwest Northeast Upper Northeast All sections West Miami All sections South Beach All sections Central Beach Central Beach Upper North Beach North Beach The Beach The Beach New school Both Yes Both New school Both New school Both Yes Sunday school New school Both Yes No New school Yes New school Yes Yes Yes Afternoon Afternoon Daily Both Both Both Both Sunday school Afte/noon



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PAGE TWELVE k n i i / flcrkfian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, i 950 • i this holiday.. Go Everywhere with Food Fair! start from FOOD FAIR your picnic headquarters Cower PRICES o*t ?tei\ in II I 1 BEFORE ond AFTER You. Oulmg Slop ol Food Foir! ..." Conv.nittil ONE-ST OP LOW-PRICE STORES Qfien £eUe Ml, SAT. AHo| .. ... ,-ood I9.h & Alton d %  •'•• s M. E "• "' 75 N -• •' %  ,14-MM *U %  %  %  • --""S'" M ,s ;.'..• :• I' •" C.-w <9 lK. H-d ALL FOOD FAIR STORES : T CLOSED LABOR DAY -__ MON. SEPT. 4 —^TV UN ,| BLUE RIBBON MEATS TOP QUALITY FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR EATING' P -MILK FYNE TASTE Evaporated FACTORY PACK HUE R:BBON FINEST QUALITY Ground Beef Legs or trusts of Chicken Ccd or Perch Fillets 49' b 35c SUGAR CEl MONTE Bartlett Pears A FINER SHORTENING Bakerite •COUNTY KIST Sweet Peas A HOLIDAY FEATURE Hi C Grapeade LlBBY S Roast Beef 3 25 3 29 69' 25' 29' 39' FEATURES EFFECTIVI TMUHS. FBI. SAT. OJANIUV £0*1 :;a FOOD FAIR. MINN. SHIPPED. GRADE A MEDIUM Doz. in Red Carton 49 2 5 1b. bog No. 2'j con 3 lb. tin No. 303 cans Giant 46 oi. con EGGS 1SANDWICH FIXINS FOR THAT PICNIC V FANCY DOMESTIC Sliced Swiss Cheese c FOOD FAIR Skinless Franks FIRST QUALITY. LONG Liverwurst or Bologna All BEEF KOSHER Midget Salami by the 59< 49' 69' V PICNIC FRUITS nd VEGETABLES : ; with a FARM-FRESH FLAVOR! -v *\ l\a*t 7MM U S No 1 GENUINE GOLDEN BANT CORN %  •* • Libby's Toaato Jnc • C. V. C. Kites • Petal Soft Toilet Titsoe : :: ZZe* J \ 4* PACK AWAY SOME COLD BEVERAGES!; 2 29c 79c 23c SJ BLUE RIBBON Pabst Beer Cm of 6 12 Oz. Cans MIX EM OR MATCH EM BUY THE CASE Your Choice • Case of 24 plus deposit M A PICNIC PACKAGE LOW PRICES READY TO GO! m Beverages 1.14 80 ^*Ti3 \i CORN 4 25 U S. No 1 CALIFORNIA ^ij^^ A Cantaloupes 4, 19 c U. S No. 1, FINEST QUALITY ^ ^_ Tomatoes 2 25 U. S. No 1 FLORIDA 4 -Avocados 2 ft 19 C IOOK for the fright rlllOW Cog! %  \ V I ll-i THE NIW IMUQVIP >l|NO %  *• •"*• •'• %  *• ) LAIY FAIRjX ES" !" ) ......... L ........ MJ*Z?Z %  — tSsn / Fyne Taste Stuffed Olives Ellendale Pickle Relish French's Mnstird Hygnde Potato Chins Diamond Smooth Snack Plates 2 Wooden Spoois & Forks 2 Cold Drink Cups •—-. I Soda Straws <=-*, w. *\AA'. V '\.--V K 'li \^.~ —i.—^ \_^--V-^. V-" imA — f Picnic SpaciaU C.i-MNS CvtASON Orange Chiffon Cake 27c Apple Pie 39c .1: 35c 10c 2 ~ 25c to, 29c : 25c 19c V 10c 10c SNOW CROP OFFERS THE OLD-FASH lONEDi TOUCH IN A NEW WAY OF DRINKING^ OUTDOORS! I'V SNOW CROP FROZEN Lemonade ; 2 1$ SNOW CROP FROZEN g* A Grape Juice ^Z Z8 C — A STAY-AT-HOME" FEATURE zS IX :.i \ THE PERFECT CAR POLISH Autobrite •0> COM tain l SiLcOtt Rubber Garden Hose *-*•*5 1.99 50 oe 2.89 Qmatmmi md hose COOK Kilt. 32 oz bottle >1J| DIAL SOAP 2 reg bars 2** BAKERITE BEECHNUT P V R n Coffee • |>„ 2 FMMI • ,-. .! Lb. can 6* b tin •>,2 lb cons £tc tsmr tOAsno UOONO nriSH to Oo ouxt Cvrlier'i BA Y FOODS Old Dutch Cleonse. 2 com ZU• AIR WICK 6 ot. 69c Swift** • OIIM bottle 25• Bmra CSocoloi. Syr^ I2oi^27o • Praiinl I5"; l,r Blu-lkilo Flakes Ic Sale '{ *9 26c 4-or 27c it f..r 27. 12 • Be 1-



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L AY SEPTEMBER 1. 1950 +Jcnisfi ncridTiarj PAGE THIRTEEN ir onntr.tions Oppose Proposed 'siional Seenrity Legislation Lading national church labor, I n and human relations fcX have released a joint f. mtnt on national security St"n currently pending be" the Congress, it has been Lnnunced in Miami by Gilbert •"Sikin director, Florida Remnal Office Anti-Defamation KSe Of B-nai B'rith. Ptocluded among the representlive organizations joining in the I „,, n \ which states they are Kaltcrably opposed to the Mcirran Mundt-Ferguson, and the Zd bills." are the American KaLiberties Union, Americans ^Democratic Action, the>ArVrI n Veterans Committee, NationTAssociation for the AdvanceL D t of Colored People the Krnational Association of Mafinists the American Council of luman Rights, Social Action Emmittee of the Congregational Kristian Churches, the AssociaTm of Naturalization and Immihtion Lawyers, the Cooperative tlr of the U.S.A.. the United found of Church Women, the [merican Association ,of unifcrsity Professors, Friends ComBttee on National Legislation, be National Jewish human relates agencies, and the National bmmunity Relations Advisory (ouncil. JThe text of the major joint latement is as follows: ["The undersigned organizations, bnscious of the need for adequate htc-rn.il security measures; united p their opposition to totalitarian blitical movements and comkitted to the preservation of the jemocratic way of life at home lid abroad, are unalterably oposed to the McCarran (S-4037), he Mundt-Ferguson (S-2311), nd the Wood (HR 9490) bills -endinn before the Congress. We Irge that legislation in the spirit If the President's message of \ugust 8 on national security be Jubstituted' for these measures. I Magnuson (S-4061) and the feller (HR 9402) bills are such tn approach to the problem and although some of the undersigned bgve objections to some of the provisions in these measures, we onsider them clearly preferable j proposals. Ilhe McCarran, the Mundtpguson and the Wood bills are Uscriminately repressive measfrc->. ostensibly written to meet le Communist threat to our nam\ si urity, but they will not i thai job They jeopardize the s ol individuals and of organizations which not only are not subversive but are dedicated in principle and program to the fight against Communism. They represent a hysterical approach to a serious national problem which can only be met through an understanding of the nature of the Communist movement in this country and a faithful adherence to the basic principles of the Bill of Rights. "The Magnuson and the Celler bills would be more adequate to protect the country against security threats while maintaining conformity to traditional American guarantees of individual freedom. We most earnestly hope that the Congress will not endorse totalitarian methods to fight totalitarian dangers." Sholem Lodge To Fete AZA, BBG Groups Sunday An all-day picnic for the Greater Miami AZA and BBG chapters will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Sunday, September 3, at Greynolds Park. Ted Sakowitz, Sholem Lodge youth chairman, has announced that a full schedule of games has been set up for members of Sholem Lodge and the youth groups. A truck will leave the Miami Jewish Community Center promptly at 9:30 a.m. to accommodate those who do not have transportation. The following program has been arranged by the picnic committee consisting of Marvin Rauzin, Al Finkelstein, Reevan Kalman and John Kronenfeld: 9:30—Truck leaves from the Miami'Jewish Community Center. 10:30—Aquatic and swimming activities at the park. 11:30—Softball game between AZA No. 322 and AZA Sigma Rho. 12:30—Time out for lunch (drinks free—bring your own lunch). 1:30 2:45—Softball game between Sholem Lodge and combined AZA groups. 2:45 4:00—Competive games— j all groups (sack races, etc.). Prizes will be awarded to win| ners in all events. Greynolds Park I is located at 165th St., N.E. and Biscayne Blvd. B'nai B'rith Forms Bowling League Formation of a South Florida B'nai B'rith bowling league to include ten lodges and twelve women's chapters has been announced by C. R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council. Following a planning meeting at which Maurice Marenberg. national president of the national B'nai B'rith bowling association addressed members of the local lodges, it was decided to set Sunday, September 10, at 10 a.m. as B'nai B'rith bowling day. On that morning, invitations will be extended to all members of B'nai B'rith in south Florida to gather together informally at the Brunswick Bowland, 222 N.E. 13th St., opposite Sears. At that time plans will be discussed for organization of the league. William Hechler, of Coral Gables Lodge, has been named temporary chairman of the league and Julius Werner of North Shore Lodge was appointed secretary. Werner was secretary of the B'nai B'rith bowling league in Detroit, Mich., for many years. Novices and experienced bowlers will receive equal opportunity under the proposed handicap plan set forth in the national B'nai B'rith bowling association. Instructors will be on hand to assist beginners during the first few weeks of the tournament. Announcement! HILLIARD CLEIN of the Clein Linen Service Is Now Also Operator oi SOUTHERN LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 555 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-3151 Cash and Carry or Pick Up and Delivery "Prompt Service" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only TEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immedicte Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS Couple To Speak To Golden Agers Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers will i be the principal speakers at the next meeting of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday, September 3, at 3:30 p.m. The Myers', who recently returned from a tour of Europe and Israel, will relate their travel experiences to the group. The monthly birthday party will also be celebrated. Levine Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Levine. formerly of 1935 Calais Drive, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, September 3 at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Hibbi Simon April officiating. Mr. Levine is survived by his widow, Fannie Levine. He was a member of B'nai Itf-ael Congregation of Pittsburgh, Pa., and of the Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Open from Rosh Hashonah Through Yom Kippur (American Plan) 11 Complete Days Complete Holiday Services in AirConditioned Hall, Conducted by Noted New York Cantor Finest Strictly Kosher Food, Served in the Famous Victor Tradition Air Conditioned Dining Room and Lobby 100 Air Cooled Rooms Planned Entertainment and Television Early Reservations Necessary Owner-Manager Joseph Waldman Phone 5-0041 THE ON THE OCEAN 12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI MACH TUNE IN SIMON SEIDEN Station WFEC—1220 on the Dial Friday 10:15 A.M. Sunday 2:30 P.M. LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW JULY AUGUST ONLY TWICE A WEEK FROM FRIDAY, 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY, 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by The Bible Says It's A Great Mitzva to serve the finest foods on High Holidays! 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jenisti ncridttan Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN ].otte E. Moses, one sister, and three brothers. The family is known in the South for its interest in Jewish affairs. i'.,:•: M is. s served as a flier in FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER B'nai B'rifth 4 ounHI I .HUM | M S n To .Save ll>son %  ••>*. Halt Hoard j the Pacific theater of operations during World War II. He was [promoted to captain in li>4!'. PerWASHINGTON—Not long ago place an accurate concentration ihaps he had hoped to follow in the Pittsburgh Telephone Comon the enemy, forcing him to! the footsteps of t his u ul1 '' lu ... .general who retired from the pany was asked why Jewish girls withdraw with heavy casualties, orps WIth a bri iii a nt record. ployed as operators. Sergeanl Irving Strobing, a Gen Moses was i arge ly reThe company was horrified at the Signal C irps soldier who despite sponsible for the development and estion of anti-Semitism, It n s Jewish arms learned to opadaptation to military use of kly emphasized that the comerate '" '> telephone and radio amphibious tractors and the usel pany tolerated no discrimination communications, sent the last of ramps on Higgins boats which whatsoever. The reason Jewish egidor before facilitated Marine landing assaults couldn't be hired was simply ,he Ja P s swarmed over that be-in the Pacific. He was at one time "because their arms are too short : : ,in f ort, I chief of staff of the Fleet Marine to operate our switchboards." As viewed from Army archives Force, He saw service in Nicara-I This explanation would have :n Washington, that's the long gua and Panama and also served surprised P.F.C. Fred Friedman, and sllort f the Jewish arm sitin China, the Philippines and I of Brooklyn, who was killed in nation. Perhaps the phone comtrouble spots throughout the' m in Korea. His arms were P anv Ul11 consider the matter at world during his forty years of somehow long enough to operate greater length, a U.S. Army field phone. And service. Many Marines owe their lives to tough training they received at Parris Island when Gen. .Moses was in command of the base. The name "Moses" has been entered in the corps' rich history. IN THE MAIL v ,.n, r-, a Je w wh0 '"" Marine Corps headquarters was \emed h ine transmitter, saddened by the death of Capt. had arms adequately long to perVivien M. Moses, the first Marine TH T „ s tJ u avlator t0 be kllk d in action in ine phone company would be Korea (%TM ] \" ever '" the Capt. Moses was a member of MS Of Sandford Rosen, of New one of South Carolina's oldest and >rda tell why most prominent Jewish families.' SEEL. I d n d the „ D,s i'. n He was .-, nephew of Marine Corps k,H f,:,?hT S r He d: r M -' K Gen ra] EmiIc P Moses The Jewish Floridian his landing craft (retired), who is credited with Dear Sir Normandy beachhead portant role in the develop, S,r< amid bursts oi artillery fire. With men t of marine amphibious tact' want to express my genuine the j cs Another uncle. Herbert A. appreciation for the article about The B'nai B'rith Councile will sponsor a county-wide Americanism program designed to conserve our resources and prevent hoarding, it has been announced by Sanford M. Swerdlin, Miami attorney, recently appointed council chairman of the Americanism and civic affairs committee. A feature of the project will be the distribution of 2.000 placards In retail stores from South Mfiumi to Ojus and from Miami Beach to (Spa Locka. The placards read: "Conserve! Be Patriotic — Buv Only What You Need. Support the United Nations." "As the country's oldest Jewish Service Organization," declared Sidney Aronovitz. president of Sholem Lodge, "it is the civic duty and responsibility of B'nai B'rith to intensify its Americanism programs in these critical %  MS ,h Poster lo the times. It is hoped th will act as a reminder shopper that Amen,,, mua serve its resources J,!*' demonstratc its faith in L*? *> tion of democratic nai" P SI the United Nations." ns a 1 The B'nai B'rith Council • %  forward a supply ,„ p, !" ^ wdenUfc '." „ pt !" "> Sumter Kosher Killed Chiekens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. (pomptek emd jbependal/e cTi/fe Set we M IAMI TITLC & Of struct Co. 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ypAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 *• Jew 1st fhricfian PAGE FIFTEEN IWB Seeks 39 More Chaplains For Duty 1 N f. v !" K h 7vc Th ;; sk ;;i ,i "^ F"' 1 ( J ( wish community to PI, it 39 additional Jewish chapl ,,, i. 1951. and approxin0 re by July 1, 1951. Cfillthi quota urgently needed, enounced here this week I'";' n I religious activiI National Jewish Wel,JWB). Since there | Jewish chaplains on with lhe armed forces, KP fulfillment of the quota will thai there will be approxi;; ;,.v ill) Jewish chaplains on EStybyJuiy I, 1951. AnnuuiiK ment of this quota was _. ldl by JWB's division of reliIhe governmentLthorized agency for recruiting ; and serving Jewish bhaplains, in a communication to Che heads of the Central Conferican Rabbis. Rabbinf of America and i; Council of America. plains needed by tn( l ,,; ur will enter the n vv will be placed in the I 27 will receive army RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ll.iniiamsh I nil fshiU's IKoal Ride The I Miami Chapter of I Federation will ride on Sunday, 3, from 2:30 to 7 p.m. -V! .vboat. Pier 7, |( n. !., resident of the orI t chairman of the [. available at J | '. Ave, Miami j vat ions may be I: 5-1466. e music and reBuilders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening nervlrea ;it 8:30; Saturday morning ..i : %  Tha rabbi wlli k "" HiPortion at the u • -u Mlnhna ;it 5:30 followed by Mlnihn Shalos Kudos and Maarlv BervlceH. SllchoH ni 12 mid nigh I 8aturdn\ The rabbi'* topic will be "Mghl ..i Pnlth." Dally ner\ Ices 7:::" a.m. and •;:!" p.m. Hebrew %  %  I I .m,I registration from \* a.m. i< noon, Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services nt (:00 p.m. Saturday morning service! a) 8:80. Mlnchn al 6 i> m. followed by Shalos Sudos. sii.-ims ii:i:, Saturday. Rabbi will preach on "Repentel ." Iti-Kisj tr.iti-.n for Hebrew and Sunday school I September 8-10, Dally services 8 a m. .111*1 6 |*. Ml. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 8:80. Saturday morning services at !: MTIncha at 6:15 p.m. Dally services %  '*' 7:80 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sunday morn Ing services al 8, Rabbi dross will teach a class in Mlshna Saturday al 6:80. School registration continues dally from :* i, ',. Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath services :it 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Congregation roung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Friday nlghl ,-it 6:30; Saturdn> nl 9 a.m. Mlncha ;it 6:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Services Sunday to Thursdaj 8 a.m. and 6:15. Kellchoss services Saturday 12:30 midnight. All Young Israel members In tli.. an.i are Invited to attend. Temple israei (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Snbbath eve services at K:1 r. p.m. Dr. Narot will conduct th< services. Temple 13etn bnoiom tLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and deliver the sermon. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk SiHollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Frldas eve. services at 7, Saturday morning services al i'::i" Rabbi Honig will preach on the Weekly iwtion of the Law. T'Fereih Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.; Saturday 8:80 % %  m. with Mlncha at 6. All residents in that area are Invited to attend. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor. Mia, ha Friday 6:80. Saturday morning s.ivi,,s s: :'.'< a.m. Itabbl will lectur Ethics ol the Fathers al 5:30 p.m. Mlncha al p.m. followed ii\ Shalos Seudos. Maarlv at 7 p.m. special Selicnoa service at midnight Saturda> Admission is free. Dally servl In Ml 8:15 p.m. fi and Talmud T at office, • s at s a.m. followed by shan by rabbi. Mlncha al 'lluu.li bj class in .leu Ish ''"'' Ri gistratlon for rah .in,| Kindergarten dally Frldi North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixio Highway, North Miami. v • nlng services at 8:15. loroing services at 10. Norlhside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac S. Smith will officiate al services Friday evening. Mm,i.e. school classes every Sunday n the office or Dr. Win. Boros, 656 N W 62nd St. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. .\t services Frldaj evening al 8:18 p.m. tie rabbi will speak on "The Uankruptcj ..i Religion." Services will be held in the v patio. Congregation Beth Jacob (OrIhodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services nl 8:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha .it 8:15 followed by Shalos sud,.s Rabbi Mescheloff will sneak on the portion of the Week. Sellcoth services midnight Saturdnv. The rabbi's topic will be "The i\i!i of CJ-d." ,i ,on for i eligious school i,. R ns Sunday, September ::. al I" n.m Fall term begins 3:30 September • Children enrolling for first time should i.e accompanied by parents, Sellcoth services dallj beginning Monday, Sept. I at 7:::'i a.m. followed by morning e at \ a.m. I "ally afti %  m on %  i es al 'i: l", p in. and 6:15 |i m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrino. FYIda> evening service at 6:15 Saturday morning at 9. The Rabbi will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." Sellchoth service al 11:30 Saturday night. Rabbi l.ehrnian will speak on "When Clod Is Near." Dally Hervlces it B a.m. and 6:30 p.m. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried. Friday evening services at 8:18. Rabbi Fried will speak on "Step by step.'" oneg Shabbal and open forum will follow. Saturday morning services al 8 80. R< gistratlon for Hebrew school and Sunday BChool begin Sunday through the September 8 ;it the (Vnter. High Holy Day Services will be held al the Norin.mdi Theatre, Tltli St and Collins Ave. Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. Regular services will begin as of Rosh Hashona. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Israelite Center (Conservative) %  3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday nlghl services at 6; Saturday morning at 9. Dally services at 8 a.nt. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at :t am. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Friday nlghl services begin In September. Registration for Hebrew and Sunday school now open High Holj Day services will be conducted ic Rabbi Mfshits assisted by i Lehi and choir. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6:30. Services Saturday morning at 9, Bar Mltsvah of Kenneth Flnkel, -on of Mrs. Raj Moi.tti. and Jerry, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Kt ii, -i Ros Rabbi Shapli o ill conduct his IMh annual SllchOS service at : l :30 Satui day night al the ni w Beth David His sermon topic will be: "I Will See You Again! Dally 1 service.* :it 7:30 a.m and Mlncha and Maarlv at • •: 4r, p.m. Classes In Hebrew school l a.m. to noon Mondays through 'Thursday. Hebrew ehool registration September 18 and 19 from 3 to 5 10 Sunday school registration September 1" .mil IT from 10 a ni. to noon. Congregation Beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov3ky. Friday evening services at C:30. Saturday morning al v.". The rabbi will preach on the Portion of Ihe Week. Mlncha at 3 • i bj Seudos and Maarlv services. Sllchos after midnight Saturda) ci a m l, the t., bbl u i:i c oncii: i service? and addt ess : th< ngrega i Ion. I'., i \ Ice 7 :::'i a in. followed bj class In Mlshna. 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PAGE SIXTEEN vJewist fhridiap FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .IVlVtV -•* %  •* %  •* ^. %  % %  %  %  -* %  •-*-t.-i.-.-t.-.-.i.i.i.-.-v.-i.T.-.-v.i.^.i.yi JEWS IN SPORTS By DAVID NUSSBAUM South American countries are desirous of helping out the United States Israeli basketball team in securing funds to defray the cost of sending the team to Israel. Consequently, the United States basketball squad by this time has left for an extended tour of Biazil. A last minute proposition exit nded to the committee by the promoter who saw the City Collide trip vanish in thin air has resulted in the sending of our unit to tour Brazil for fhree weeks. Leaving the States late in August, the organization, under the guidance of Coach Bobby s. nd, assistant to Nat Holman, the City College roach, will spend threi .i eks in Brazil an I return • tin* to play .. b< n< I it game ment of the fund at • %  %  Beai .".. N .'. Y trip to • i United States I .. %  li K,>k< i:i!y ughl the %  .-. %  unaware I it npossibl ,-ho will % %  thi trip I ts %  for the : M ( ~ : enough II eventually i > pi esent the games. A. :; • %  %  %  I City ;' \rtie G reached i t theii ectivi in nd were .... ... quad Abe • 1 fiftl nit wl %  3tal Vviv was ... • ... • ther took ill ncel Ins Ch W luquesn i was ted and v Ed %  ; I %  i L'niv< : il "'• : nother ternati the Soutl trip li. 3 nol • nth. mer. Die St. P:,;;l Saints' man, u. ... n g the %  i Associal n August 10. %  I ne in his m> park Th s record tradictory to the generally accepted theory, exemplified by Babe Ruth and Mel Ott, that a slugger will blast more homers on his home field than anywhere else. Lammer Lou. the 23-year-old New Yorker of Jewish descent had hit 23 homers, but not until August 10 did he get one at the Saints" Lexington Park. A 400-ft. blow over the right field wall, it marked his first since the season*s opening. Up to that point. Levington Park had been rough on his regular batting average, not to mention his homer-total. "A lot of players have a jinx park." says Lou. "but why dues mine have to be the one in which I play the most gam< S?" During July, the Saints had a I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 long home stretch and Lou went hitless 31 times at bat and finally broke the spell when he moved across the river to Minneapolis' Nicollet Park, where he hit his first home in 32 trips to the plate. The first night home, he got two safeties, but the jinx persisted as he was almost knocked cold by a thrown ball during pre-game infield drill. With Lincoln last year, Lou led j the Western League in homers with 29 and batted .315. In three of his four seasons of Organized ball he's topped the 20-homer pace and the .300 mark. That was before he hit Lexington Park. In addition to his pace-setting 23 homers. Lou was leading the American Association in runs batted in with 88, although most of his RBIs, along with his hits, were coming on foreign soil. St. Paul nas some 22 road games left to play, so if Lou's luck on other fields continues at the same pace, he'll probably bang out close to 30 homers and pass the century mark in runs-batted-in. It's annoying to Lou that if he had done the same hitting in front of the home folks, where he should be at his best, he now would have 40 round-trippers and 100 RBIs to his credit, with an average around .360. Al Rosen, sensational Cleveland Indian third baseman, already has established a new record for home runs hit by third basemen in the major leagues. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1950 • Jen1st) flcridttajn PAGE SEVENTEEN | Ginsburg, Veteran Kosher Hotel Off the ReCOrd |>Prator, Takes Over Strath Haven By NATHAN ZIPRIN HEAIW AND RECORDED I don't know whether it is good { 0 r Jews or not but there is a strong possibility that a Jew may taherit Ernest Bevin's post as Brtisli Foreign Minister. He is the 39-vear-old deputy Morris Edelman. a journalist by profession There is very strong sentiment for him in the powerful executive of the Labor Party. If BfVin steps down, as rumors have it Edelman will have the backing 0 f Premier Atlee, who was quite impressed by Edelman's performance as British representative at tne recent conference of the European Council Bartley Crum icut of the picture as our next assador to Israel. Genera l William E. Riley has the inside track. The appointment will be announced when he returns from Israel The UN Palestine ( liation Commission is about to rnee1 the fate of all flesh. Unable to bring its peace efforts to fruiti >n the body will ask its ,t,.n dissolution at the next sess : • hi Gi neral Assembly. Its will say that the only road een Israel and the Aral) states is through direct Contrary to Arab expectati ins the partition resolution will not be on the agenda of the n< \t Assembly session. American opposition to the move W U1 | Vatican circles are | ned to push the Jerusalem intern • .lion scheme at this plomatic reasons. In fe to say that the UN avoid the issue at Assembly session. FROM MANY CORNERS A movement is afoot to move I Naftali Hertz Imber, in case you is the author of !i I national hymn. i who became imhistory through n of a song of hope i 1 thi imagination of millions o1 Ji deserves eternal rest in Israi A German film pany has completed produciion of Anski's iamous play "'The Dibbuk.'' Jew&*im Germany are who permitted the .company ;o produce the Anski Uli At a recent session of strian parliament it was out that over three Ihundred Nazi laws are still on the books. Among them is the edict against shcchitah. the decree compelling Jewish women to use the name Sarah and the Jewish men to use the surname Israel %  Belgium anti-Semites have found a new anti-Jewish weapon. The abdication of King Leopold, they say, was of Jewish making. The fad'that it was a Jewish general. A. Rosenbaum, who commanded the military garrison that guarded the King on his return horn Switzerland was naturally overlooked by the anti-Semites. It was also the same Jewish general u: was assigned to maintain order m Brussels during the lanti-Le, p,,|d demonstration The (.nv Yiddish newspaper in im has ceased publication. ine publishers announced that the readers of "Unser word, hid left for ,' s| ael The report that the anded Rosselini as a ri raises the question Wife, Ingrid BergJewish origin. I have d authority that the tress :s really Jewish. adox of our times that ,. %  '. •' uld marry a fascist. igain who can deny 3 blind. Workshop Will Present Life Of Labor Leader A special Labor Day program on the life of Samuel Gompers, first president of the American Federation of Labor, will highlight the Radio Worshop for Democracy broadcast over station WMIE, Sunday, September 3, at 7:45 p.m. Burton Nuchols, president, Miami Central Labor Union, will present Labor Day greetings immediately following the broadcast. Dadio Workshop for Democracy, which broadcasts live dramatic programs designed to bui id "good human relations, is sponsored by the YMCA, the YWCA, the Civic Theater of Greater Miami, the Miami Light Opera Society, the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Cast includes Ross Kurner, Bob Brenner, James Bishop, Bob La Flower, J. Harokf Butte, Dave King and Bernard Zweigel. Directors are Gertrude Marx and Bernard Hutner. The entire series is under the technical supervision of Bernard Hutner, assistant director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. This program marks six months of continual weekly broadcasts of Radio Workshop for Democracy. *•.' Hadassah Group Will Sponsor Summer Dance Deborah Group of Hadassah will sponsor its annual summer dance on Friday, September 1, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sovereign Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Murray Grauer congratulates Nathan Ginsburg on taking over the Strath Haven Hotel. Nathan Ginsburg, veteran i Kosher hotel operator, will take [over the Strath Haven Hotel, 411 ; Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, on October 1. The six-story oceanfront hostel! ry. now undergoing extensive i renovations to bring it up to 1 luxury standards, contains 100 | rooms with bath, 150-foot strip i of private beach, roof-top so' larium, outside patio, game room, synagogue on premises and a 200-seat dining room stringently adhering to dietary laws. The dining room will cater to weddings, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs and other festive occasions, the new operator announced. Ginsburg, a pioneer in the American Kosher hotel field, has operated a number of hotels in both Atlantic City and Miami Beach and has acquired a national reputation for the success of his ventures. Coming to Miami Beach from Atlantic City over fifteen years ago, he has played a significant role in the civic and religious life of the community. A member of the board of directors of Congregation Beth Jacob, he is also affiliated with Beth Tfilah, Beth El and Young Israel congregations. He was instrumental in organizing the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and has served as president of that body. One of the founders of the Hebrew Academy, Ginsburg has been one S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious SuppDee For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. cnsD naic Telephone 5-9017 %  ponpio *S* tyov 1-tt Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 %  Illell HOLY DAY SERVICES at the Coral 4.alilrs Jewish Center in the new enlarged Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABLES RESERVATIONS AT THE CENTER DAILY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. THURSDAY EVE 7 TO 9 P.M. n .. PHONE 48-8073 "obi Morris Skop Cantor Joseph Malek LOW A$! AH MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. of the institution's staunchest supporters. Associated with Ginsburg in the new enterprise are his sons-inlaw. Martin Lazar and Louis Fox. who have been active in previous operations with him. Both young men have participated in the tormation of Young Israel Synagogue. The former, who will serve as resident manager of the hotel, is secretary of the congregation, while Fox, who has been named comptroller, is president of the group. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beaeh Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5411 Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterinq Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS 3-4S45 JACK 8r JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Av. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topi, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN vJenlstiftcridrkMi Experts To Aid CJFWF Survey A technical advis i y committee in the social sciunity organization been 1 n'.vd to survey i h munal mdervvaj bj the Council i J, wish Federations and \\ i I, tin lunced .; sident. \ ith ized by the Jewish comat the 1950 CJFWF genmbly. the study is being I ;; %  ir. • n< il's newly rgan z .! nati inal c immitti %  on munit; Mrned. Members of the ip, he i. vvill serve in a consultant %  T] %  j •' nalyze ting i" the Ji deteriuld In' on study mel : %  %  %  A< l! a< *th r.iFW V ... munit Sydm 3. A exWelfare P [i %  : %  Sal i • %  Jewish :' D Isidor Ji I C % %  %  • %  %  lofS i University; ] I G don, N %  : %  K S York 51 ti : C %  Ji v I: P Nathan leparl York; .I'll J ihn %  %  %  • : Dr, Obituaries MAX GANZMAN SO, ,.f 84." Ijpnux Ave., IMIKSPII ,,k Mi. i iunxii nn, a "" T %  •'*• %  *" "' r.. .,. i, u.il R Xo 1601, Hj'Hh | H Hiirvlvpd li.v hi* widow Anna, Ida v h, iiml brolhi i Siimu. K*n j, u in! : II, I. h, Oil n Kahlil M %  %  M' Inlorm. Jewish Cvniftcl %  DAVID J GROSS \ ,lay. He Riirylv. il Marliiii: • x % % %  ^ %  R N "",' %  il %  x ^"> k '•> th,. liail'ddll I-":11.Til Ho MRS. UNA EHRLICH 1(10 N \\ Wtll SI a > %  Sniiinl SI es hi / .. Khi'lleh and M'* r Mlai S. • •'. ,. i iordon IUK I'al i %  RABBI ENOCH H HOCHBERG i i day, AimuHl %  Sl • M 1 ':"7 n-ji • %  i ...... head 'i.f :i roligi sided Su'i \l I.,.' Mr, iserti id. !: %  %  %  •. : iieaeh. and tin Hen. h In ', nl • • %  Sil lli''liin Will Honor \cw llablii A i e pi ion !•'. I %  I Miheld Sundi Sepl mber :<. from 7:30 m. ;,; thi ii. v %  mild1720 S W 17th SI : hose inv ted 1 • n are tl the G %  %  county commissioners, city of: .'. • Miami and othei l. Sroli %  i arch, n I II ol B'nai B < and Da\ id Zeff, exi cutive \. w 15: itain Jewish :• It.ilihi's Si'Miimis Are Published In Manual Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of the Beth Jac >b egation, is a contributor tor the seventh successive year to ••The Manual of Holiday Sermons" published by the Rabbinical Council of America. In thin edition two of his sermons appear. "The Succah Walls"' is devoted to a pragmatic exposition of the laws of the holiday tabernacle. ••This Is the Bread" is a presentation of the basic philosophy of Passover. Rabbi Mescheloff is now completing a major work on the legal and social aspects of legislation in Biblical and Talmudic times His article on "Procedure in Obtaining a Religious Jewish Divorce" constitutes a chapter in the legal volume published this year by James M Cars >n on "The Law of the Family, Marriage and Divorce in Florida." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l 950 Flagler-Uranada Women To .>|>*>t The Women's Activities Cm mittee of the Flagler-GransSl Jewish Community Center wm meet Friday, September 1 at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Raym, J I.ev.ne. 420 N.W. 33rd Ave ta complete plans for a dinner dinr. to be given in the near fiC Mrs. Al Ziegler and Mrs. S ,dn,v Stiller have been named ,,, chairmen of the event Assisting them is Mrs. Ralph Lang. g The group is now %  impletinc a survey of all school-age children in the area and is formulating plans for an after-school program a nursery school and a teen-ate group, all to be under the direction of the Jewish Centers Association. Mrs. Nat Trauman and Mrs. Ben Clein are in charge of this project. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff lleaell >lasala To Sponsor llanee Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District will sponsor a Laboi Day dance on Saturday. nber 2, 9 p.m. at the Cadillac Hotel. Miami Beach. Music will be furnished by Rusty Russell and her all girl rhumba band, with entertainment by the Roberl Gallub Dano :nian for the affair is Sam Soldinger. who is assisted by Mi y Feldman, Monte Popover, Jack Dulberg, Dave Goodwin and Doris Aronson. CHARMING ATTRACTIVE WIDOW Seeks Acquaintance wilh gentleman, fine caliber Age 55-60 Mrs. K. Box 2973, Miami 18 Slioloui Lolj>. To Observe Jewish I lmill Tuesclav .\iln %  fi tured in a i 1 by i. •. ,n evol %  n anlb I lucatioi n the ; Ou Youth %  execu recti.]of the Miami Jewish I muni!-.Center; Louis Schwartzxi ul ive direct ir of the u 'i Jewi %  E lucation: Rabbi Max SI th David 1 %  tion; and Rabbi Mori is thi C ral G ble: Jewish Cent Chairman D a v i d Stuzin has a ecific as' ... nl speakI -'in Skop acting as • rator. Grossman w ill de%  %  • •;. centers in in • i adjustments to fellowyouth 5 duled : of the subject, d I : the Great M i Rabbi ,vill tell ol :. unity mud. -post I L • P : s chapti ttend I eau ol Ji E I I m ed tt nd thi ..:.I i vi nt. The Miami Beach lewish Center 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR September 12-13 September 21 Kol Nidre, Eve. Sept. 20 Yiskor. Sept. 21 RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN WILL OFFICIATE AT ALL SERVICES Assisted By CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING And the Center Choir Under the Direction of Mr. Ben Yomen To Be Assured of Reservations Please Contact Center Office Open Daily 9 to 5 Evenings in the Synagogue 7 to 9:30 250 YARD REEL 54.95 REGULAR $10 VALUE NYLON LINE 350 Feet 45 Pound Tut Stalnlm LEADER WIRE. 25 Ft. No. 1-9 pace,. Roe 35: FLEX RODS Regular S14.9S. N OW PLY-FLEX ROD RfO. $10 PFLUEGER FISH HOOKS Sim 1 to 5—100. Reg. $2 50 PLY-FLEX CLASS ROD RM. $1995 HEAVY BOAT ROD. Jg. $12.50 LARGE ALUMINUM TACKLE BOX. 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M A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our Special Feature at 1:15 P.M "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Beth David Synagogue wishes all its members and friends .1 Happy ami Healthy New Year Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue, on Coral Way and 26th and 27th Roads ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES September 12th and 13th YOM KIPPUR SERVICES September 21st SEATS ARE AVAILABLE NOW! Tickets may be purchased Monday through Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 P.M.. Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. For further information and reservations please call 3-1970 or 9-3469. Students services during the High Holidays will be conducted in the vestry room of the Synagogue. MAX SHAPIRO Rabbi BERNARD A. STERLING President MAURICE MAMCHES Cantor LEON SHIFF Choir Director



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f-pjDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 vJewisli fhridHfur Concert Series Set For Beach Sunday concerts of the Uni,,f Miami Symphony Orchestra will be held next seathe Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium, 1700 Washington Ave>i according to Mrs. Marie Volpi' business director of the co ncerl programs. T| u ieries of subscription concer ts will begin October 29 with pjse Stevens, mezzo soprano of lu Metropolitan Opera Company, as guest artist. Time for the Sunday concerts has been from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 -„,, Single exception to this schedule will be the concert featuring Ljuba Welitch, Metropolitan soprano, which will be held al the Beach Auditorium January 21 at 3:30 p.m. On Monday evenings the university series will, as usual, be held :it 8:30 p.m. at the Miami High School Auditorium. Subscribers to either series who wish mge their seats from one [location l<> the other may do so | until September 10. Following are the dates for both i c mcerts: October 29 and 130. Ris4 Stevens; November 19 and 20. Erica Morini, violinist; iDecember 10 and 11, Rudolf IFirkusny, pianist; January 21 and [22. Ljuba Welitch: February 11 land 12, Oscar Levant, pianist; iMarch 4 and 5, Jascha Heifetz, (violinist: April 8 and 9. Leonard %  Warren, baritone; April 29 and |30. Still Anderson, pianist; May %  13 and 1-1. Leonard Rose, 'cellist. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE NINETEEN IV T?UDE M OF PUBLICATION '\ '-''•'• ",'•'' rlT COURT MK TillIll II .HI, I, | A | CIRCUIT IV iv FOR DADE COUNT^PLORIDA1N CHANCERY, No 134995 A 'v : s N l r".^-i : i !' i,,: W, l s: "'' %  ll..tlff. Defendan{r DA CAB !" *0 'iu.s. T 9i n I ul E nP A CAST JS LL0 "'"• %  • %  -91 Una Domingo, Ferreira Rio da Janeiro, Braill You are hereby notified thai a BUI of fomplalnl for Divorce hai i "~2,i5? In w >""• %  "" %  >'u are herebj requlied to Barve a cops of s Plaintiff a attorney, and file tin original Answer in the office "r 1 lerk the otherwise the allegations of said BUI "i < .Mm,1.niu win i„. taken tensed against you. Dated thla 28th day ,,f August, I8S0 !. B. LEATHERMAN. lur M.,I answer in in,oKlce "f the s of the Circull Court, un or before -.Hi day of Si |ii,.mi,,.i. 1950; conClerk of the Courl Real) By R ll Circuit Court, (Circuit RICE, GEORGE .7. TAI,IANu|--V''"" V At tome) at Law •IL'" Lincoln Road Miami Beat li, |. lorida 9/1-8-15-22 JR., Clerk. 134" NCRAC Tackles Charge Of 'Unethical Solicitation' Of Advertisements Community RclaCouncil, at a York with repreof the American nl English-Jewish s, considered the by the Englishnd editors that ..up of publications have resorted to unethical practices in the solicitation of advertisements. /ins unanimously at the view that this mailer falls within the jurisdiction <> %  NCRAC and should aired in public courts, -sued the following no! be CRAC itement "In the interests of the total community, the National ommunity Relations Advisory has taken cognizance of of the alleged unethical actice by Jewish publications in e securing of advertisements. n-Wednesday, August 24, a comittee df the NCRAC met with ^preservatives of the American ition of English-Jewish ewspapers and at an early date ill similarly confer with offiI publications concernt-d ;; !i this problem." Follow-up meetings with association and concerned will New York during Oling weeks. V !" \''£?K'• rr, "CS,s-K. I'lalntlff. vs. FRANK H'CIIICSSE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRANK LUCHES8E 208 East ii5th Street New York. New Y.nk YOU are hereby notified that a Hill of 11 omplaliit for Divorce has n mod against you, and you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kin of complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, VVASMAN WEINKLE KKE88LER, ::ifi Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, ami file the irlglnal Answer or Pleading in the ifflce of the Clerk of the Circull Court on or ln-foro Up. :,th ilav of September, 1950. if you fail to do BO, Judgment by default will i„. taken against you for the relief demanded in the Dill nf Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7 day of August, A.D. 1950. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circull Court, Dade Count}', Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, WEINKLE .vKESSLER ::n; Seybold KuiidiiiK Miami. Florida Attorneys for rialntlff 8/11-18-25 I l LEGAL NOTICE IN wPJ'SS BY PUBLICATION ,.-l .'i 1 /'. 1 TI J COURT OF THE i: : ;.,'N JUDICIAL CIRCUIT E* 8, '^C^NCERHO S T-, r.E^N T D 1 R J Y I A^' VORCE '. '• vvhai,-,, Dr U g Company "t Comp?ai„ e t re fel B 5||'"^ thai a BUI • i,','„ y '.'"'' A "-. %  %  or mil of i omplalnl on Anaw^'pCdlng" 1 8 the Uerk ,,, ,,„. ,.,, ';/;; %  •; the uu, ,u,, %  %  %  ff you fall ,,, d o '!;; %  "' "'I be taken agYlnet you t. Comptai'St. "•"'-" I "" • I'hls noil Pleading to the 'he Plaintiffs of in Hi,. ,,fn an Courl on in "I September, JiifiKiiient by lii the iiill of LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE nnsecutive I' loridian. Weeks each week for'four '"' p b h i in The Jewish DONE AND l-l'-i iila. A.D. 1950, _, %  %  B. LEATHERMAN. clerk Ircult Court, Dade Co (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. ihis" I'm," 1 '-''-'-" r "'" %  "us nth day of August, >unty, Florida. JACK RI.OCK MtarS? y 8 ?. W FPo U r!?a ,n Att.n.p.y for ,,a„,,iff STOCK I.VI;, Deputy Clerk. IX THB '•""•^ %  ~ U BLICATI0N c. l .Vi-i.'. l ,!l ,' IIT COURT OF TDK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nt.im! I T t DADE COUNT? litTM ~ lN CHA NCBRT, No. B STH.J1;. P ZIS I'lalntlff. vs. 48 Seventh Avenue,' Passalc, New Jersey. i Km A r R £ HERBB J NOTIFIED that I* ?\. Complaint for Divorce has Building oi iglnal Offl the the be the foot Ride Scheduled Ben Gu j on Branch of the Jewlal Workers Alliance i boat ride on Monber 4, at 2 p.m. abroad Si as, which will leave City Yacht Basin. %  Harry Queen is chairman %  ii. Reservations may by calling 2-3727 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 20446. RE: ESTATE OK ALTON RF.YNOLDS DILLARD, Deeeased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Alton Itevnolds Hillaril, deeeased: and that on the 21st day of September, 1960, I will apply in the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aa Administratrix of the Estate of Alum Reynolda Dillard, il aseil. This 17th day of August, IK.'.n. l.l.MIRK ROBICHAUD DILLARD, Administratrix. MORTON ROTHENBERQ --'< I.ineoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Attorney for Administratrix S 25 9 1-8-15 been filed againsl you and you required to sen-e a copy of vour atitwer or pleading to the Kill of ComPjaini .HI the plaintiffs attorneys Myers, lleiman & Kaplan, 650 Seybold Miami, Florida, and file the answer or pleading in the f the Clerk of the Circull i oun on or before the l.'.th da] of September, 1950. If you fail t,, ,i,', .... Judgment by default will be taken iagainsl you for the relief demanded in UnKill ,,r c plaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four seeutlve weeks in The Jewish Plorldian. I "one ami Ordered .it Miami. Floi Ida, this 15th day of August, 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Ml ER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN 650 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff \ 18-25 9 1-fc NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lh.it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Business Press K Letter Service at '' %  • %  N, W. 67th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to regiater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. THEODORE I. SEGAL s/ii-is-r, !' I ormer Beach Resident ies In Los Angeles been received here ath of Maurice Jacobs, :: iident of Miami Beach, ">s Angeles, California, on 22. Mr. Jacobs, who law in this area for U "is survived by his wife, • "•; two sons. Dexter and I lighter, Mrs. Myron on. Interment was in Los {i li ttnple Vouth *se LoadorN Unda Fink of Jacksonville was President of the Southration of Temple Youth ni/ation's annual meet^Palm Beach. ,,'.''' vice presidents were d\ i U ,u Nt -' Iso ". Miami. Ellen ao inv Klny> Ga a "d Kat stuiL M nt g''mery, Ala. Judy se' n Was named correspondwraetary; Ann Solomon. Savid Q rec ording secretary; w5rP West Palm Beach NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious m f MO-MAC STORES al :i"l Bnst Flagler Street, Intend to regiater Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, P"h>i Ida. Ml'RRAY STATER MAX rtl'DEN I 'o-l'artn. is 8/11-18-25 9 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Palmer Letter Service al 329 N.E. i>t Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clark of Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH KAUFMAN Owner FREDERICK S. OROSSBERO Attorney for Applicant 8/11-18-15 9/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldlan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 far messenger service. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE COUNTT. — IN CHANCERY, No, 134737. MAKltiX MACI'IIKRSOX. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT c. MACPHERSON, Defendant. TO: KOKKHT C. MACI'HEUSON 'l Murdoch Road, Bast Rockaway, Long Island, New fork You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Kill of Complaint for Divorce on tin plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the offiee of the cieik of the Circull Court on or before the 1 Itb day ol Sept., A.D. i960; otherwise, the Kill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto! I filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 14 day of Aug., 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Daile County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: C. It. WILSON, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida. N/lS-2.', 9 1-S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'l'li JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 13472a DORIS K. O'CONNOR, Palntiff, vs. WALTER II. O'CONNOR, DefendTO: WALTER II. O'CONNOR 135 WEST LEXINGTON DRIVE OLENDALE, CALIFORNIA YOU ARE HEREBY REQI IRED to | s.!\,u copy of your Answer to the Dill of i 'omplalnt for I >l>": ec "ii the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer in the Office of the clerk nf the Circull Courl on or before the 1Mb day of September, I960, otherwise the Bill of Complaint heretofore filed herein will be taken as conl. wed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, the 11th day of August, 1950. !•:. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT coi'ltT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE '•'•!'->"rv. | N CHANCERY, No. 1.1 Mi.l.i. CEIL SHAY, Plaintiff, vs. MILTON SHAY, Defendant, SUIT FOU DIVORCE l": MILTON SHAY, %  o Laurels l lountry club, Sacketl Lake New York. You, MILTON SHAY, are hereby notified thai a Kin ,,f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copj 8Fni yo, i r A "-""' oi Pleading to the i.ill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milion A. Friedman, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and rile tin original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the i in un Cm i on HI before the i day of September, 1950. ir you fail to .1" so, ludgmenl by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint rius notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In I he Jewish Florldlan, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this y day of August, A.D. l :i.,a. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Couit Seal) By WM, w. STOCKING, MILTON A FRIEDMAN ePUty CMt 1023 Seybold isidg. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 8/11-1S-2:, 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious naue of Kiddy Klothea Mobile at :;::•;^ S.W. 23rd Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. MORRIS GOLDBERG LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Building 8 25 :. 1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIxmiDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132513-R ABEDNKiO B. SEYMOUR, Plaintiff, vs. JUSTINA SEYMOUR, Di fend SUIT FOR DIVORCE ro: .1 usl ina Si vmour, Car,No. i, 298 W.st H2th Street. New York City, N. Y. You are herebj notified thai a Bill of complaint for Divorce has l.. n filed against you, and you are requ %  to nerve a copy ..f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Comp il the plaintiff's Attorneys, KATZ FULLER & CCLBREATH, .17 I Si bold Bldg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadlni offl r the Clerk of the i 'Ircull I on or before the 5th da) of Septeml I9.'i0, If you fail to do so. judgm by default will be taken againsl for the relief demanded In the Bll ..f Complaint. This notice shall be published o each week for four consecutive wei in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Ml Florida, this 4th day of August, A D, 19.-.0. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circull i 'oun. DaCounty, Fl (Circuit Court Seal) B) M. C FEIGE Deputy Clerk. KATZ. FULLER CCLBREATH, .",47-.",:) Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff S/ll-lS-LT, <• I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MILDRED'S SHOP at 115 E. Flagler Street, Dade County, State of Florida, Intend to register said name ulih the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of bade Count)-, Florida. .11 Al. SHERIDAN HEN STAREN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants 8/11-18-25 9 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby given thai tin undersigned desires to engage business under the fictitious name SUGAR BOWL at 201 S.W. ••Hi .\\r. Miami. Fla. JEAN HERMAN, Sole i iwn.-r MANFRED J. BERLINER, ESQ., -: %  l I.ineoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 8> 11-18-25 V/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th it the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious n %  Mark Construction Co. al 920 Ji fferson Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to reglstei said name with the Cle k of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEO MARK Si .I.I iwner MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Building v 11-18-25 9 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious n i SANS si in -| ESTATES al Olympla Building, Miami. Florida, I tends to eglsti -a Id ns me with the i 'lerk of the i llrcult Co Dad County, Florid BISIIAYNE 111 H'LEVARl' ESTATES, INC. Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Bli IJ in Bouleva .1 Estates, Inc. V II-1V-J". 11 1 NOTICE BY IN THE CIRCUI ELEVENTH I i IF l'l.i IRIDA, PUBLICATION r i 'I ll'RT i >F THE I'DICIAL CIRCUIT N AND FOB DADE NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, • 1 of STOCKINH, Deputy Clerk. Name and Aildr. Plaintiffs Solicitor: NORMAN It LYONS :HII n\ mpia KiiililiuK Miami. Florida. 8/18-25 :' 1-S_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, doslrtng to ,IIK.IU.in business under the fictitious na of Snow Man Beverages and also Southern Beverages al 2056 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL BLANK BEATRICE BLANK MARION FREHLING ROSE KRAMER JACK MIDI.Kit DAVID BLANK MICHAEL BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/1S-25 9/1-8 FI.OKIDA. — IN CHANCERY, N 134627 UAi.pii T. POWELL and IIILDA POWELL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. WILLIAM A QARLICK and I.VDIA B. OARLICK, his wife, Lefendants. TO: WILLIAM \ o VRLICK and LYDIA B. GARLil "K, his wife Wapplnger Falls, Duchess County, New York ALL PERSONS HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY INTEREST IN TDK FOLLOWING LAND: Lot 16 of Block 3 of ENGLEWi >D, a Subdivision ac ling to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book 7. page 3S of the Public Records of i %  i 'ounty, Florid i. YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are herebj notified that a suit hai brought againsl you l.\ RALPH T. POWELL and HILDA POWELL, his wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs and to remove certain clouds from i title t.. the land di icd, hlch ar< In D "I. i 'ounty, Floi i.i ami j .j are herebj required to file your appearance In this before the 8th das of Septe 1950, othei Ise the all, tin of the bill of complaint In said sull will be taken as confessed bj you. Dati il. this 9th daj of August, 1950. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circull Court (Circuit Cent Si il) By M. c. FEIGE, Deputy CK-rk MAN R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiffs 922 Seybold Pan. Miami. Florida .v 11-1825 9 1 COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, N 134374, HARRY KEENAN, Plaintiff. VS. MARY A KEENAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i: MARY A. KEENAN, 3540 B3rd Street, .i.n kson Heights. Long Island, New Vork You ai •• hei ebj no! Ifli 'I tha I B Bill of 'ompla Int for l dvoi ce li filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy "i" your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Mj •iman & Kaplan, 650 Seybold BuildORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 134916. LEONA LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY LEVIN, Defendant. TO: HENRY LEVIN j.iii West 92nd Street New York, New York You are herebj ordered and required < %  a copy of your Answer to the Dili oi Complaint for Divorce, in]" of which la enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the 20th daj "f September, 1950, otherwise the allegations of laid Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Fiorina, this 22nd daj ol August, 1950. i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c FEIGE Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL .1 RAND. Attorney 10H7 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 8/25 9/1-8-15 Inar, Miami. Florida, and file original Answer or Pleading in offi.-e of the Clerk of the i "In it'' on or before the 6th day of September, 1950. If you fall to do so, Judgment bj default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Compla Int, This notice shall be publisl each w. i i, for four consi cutive a eek i in Tin.1. li li Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 7th daj of August, A.D. 1950. I-: B. LEATHERMAN, I Circuit Com t. i Mde i -.unit) Fl irlda. (Circuit cunt Seal) Bj WM. W. STOCKING, l li pui MYERS, HEIMAN .. KAPLAN, \x i: ding, \i la n I, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 11-18-23 9 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th it l he undei signed, de: I to i e In busini the fiet ltd of PKEK-OF-U at 911 8. W M '•:.!. Florida, Intends to register name with t he i 'lerk Circuit Court ol Fl Ida. LEO si lA IN GEi IRGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. i-'" Llm Road M ami I: h Florida At torm y for Applicant 8 18-23 '.' 1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNT1 FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 14483. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS MINSK. lie, eased. To AH Creditors and All Pi rsoni Having Claims or I 'emanils Ag I Said Estate: You, and each ol you, arc hereby notified and required to present a u claims and demands which you, or i ither of j on, n aj have againsl thi estati ol LOUIS MINSK, %  I late of Miami. Dade County, Florl to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, Cou Judge of Da,!,County, and file the same in his office in the Counts thouse In Dade Count}*, Floi within eight calendar months from the dale of the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and in be Bworn to and presented as afoi %  said, or same Will be hailed. See Section 120 of the 1982 Probate Act. 1 late AllgUSt 18, A I I, 1950 ABB1E MINSK. As Executrix of the Last will and Testament of LOUIS MINSK. Deceased MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 8/25 9/1-8-13



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PAGE TWENTY L*i,i*t ncrktttn Israeli Newsletter By ADA OREN TEL AVIV—Out of about 650 localities at present existing in the State of Israel nearly half are I alreadv considered ripe for mu; nicipal" status of one kind or another by the Ministry of Interior. While there were only 35 municipal units at the termination of the mandate, the number is now over eighty—some 151 cities, nearly 50 local councils (communities of under 25.000 in-' habitants), and over twenty regional councils, each comprising from four to twenty villages of all persuasions and ages, even representatives of Arab villages and of convents. One such union is headed bv a woman, a wellknown.Pohsh Ghetto fighter who joined a Galilee Kibbutz. The scheme of '"sharing" the countryside among the inhabitants of the various regions is regarded with apprehension by some business interests in view of the predominantly socialistic character of most agricultural settlements which is naturally reflected in the various types of regional charters. Fears have been voiced that regional authorities based in villages might tend to restrict the further development of existing towns. But. although villages situated at the outskirts of towns generally object to then inclusion in townplanning areas in the course of the current process of extention of city limits, the government and Jewish Agency central planning authorities in practice supersede possible restrictive tendencies. As the biggest landowners in the country, they are constantly founding new settlements and towns without even requesting the opinion of established neighbors, and as a matter of fact villagi usually patriotic enough to give up tracts of nati i...l land held by them on a practically interminable lease for the benefit of immigrants settling ing them. Where all member units in a new regional council are newly established, as in the Jerusalem neighboring regions supply instructors in administration As the municipalization pf established communities approaches completion the Ministery of the Interior is turning its atti increasingly to the one hundred er immigrants' communities, most of which will be incorporated into neighboring established towns. Until then, temporary councils manage affairs under government supervision and with government subsidies. Where final municipal status has been accorded the inhabitants have proved ready to assume the financial responsibilities involved. In such resettled abandoned towns as are still under military government, municipalities are headed by representatives of the military governor and the Ministry of 'the Interior. The military until now objected | in principle to municipal elections i in areas still governed by them I because of their general overwh /lining Arab population. But since the central government wishes to transfer to the in-, habitants the load of education, and other expenses now borne by j it directly, a compromise has been reached "permitting the municipalization of all but about ninety Arab villages. The first on the list are those whose inhabitants assisted our forces and even fought in our minority units during the war of independence. Naturally, the inhabitants of; backward areas are often not interested in the change, and in some localities the literacy rate is too low to permit it. In one village which never was under military government the usual bitter "inter-family feuds have completely paralyzed a temporary 1 council constituted by agreement of all factions, and the situation promises to be similar in a number of others. It is now proposed to make compulsory the incorporation into regional groups of all localities of up to 2Q.000 voters for purposes of common interest such as water, sewage, soil conservation, roads, etc. In fact, the area around and including Tel Aviv, which consists of several independent towns, is already known as the Dan Bloc or Greater Tel Aviv for purposes of communiciations and the like, and Greater Haifa has j als I become a frequent, though still unofficial term. At the sametime Tel Aviv, incorporating Jaffa, is being subdivided into four boroughs of approximately 50.000 inhabitants to facilitate its administration. It remains to be seen whether the subdivision will; not accentuate the difference in the levels of city services between the older and wealthier centre and the new or slum suburbs. which require enormous investment, bring little revenue and threatened lately to p.iy no taxes at all unless these improvements were forthcoming. The incorporation of new developments of abandoned areas i resettled with immigrants into established townships is often accompanied by considerable heat. Voters' lists are at present being prepared for the countryside municipal elections now fixed for November 14. after most councils had their powers prolonged by government decree again and again and concillors added by appointment instead of election during various periods of emerIgency. Since only one half year's residence is now required for voting, and the population is growing all the time, a different c osing date for electoral lists may decide the outcome of elections. Voting laws have recently been codified by the Knesset with the elimination of various government rights of interference and all restrictions on the franchise. Until polling day the number of councillors to be elected will probably be raised and their functions redefined, as expanding cities require either more numerous subcommittees or department head specialists for effective government. Since increased labor representation is foreseen in Tel Aviv and Haifa and labor is becoming increasingly aggressive also in Jerusalem, where the only alternative to a labor-dominated secular coalition would be a very strict orthodox regime, l/ie labor vice mavors of all these towns are now being groomed for the mayoralty. Elections continued to be supervised by the Ministry of the Interior. In newly settled localities, where experiments in "free" elections were made by Histadruth. abuses became so widespread that all parties agreed to let the ministry take over also there. At the same time established communities press more and more for a reorganization of the district offices repn.'senting the central government in a manner suiting their requirements and growing powers. Meanwhile, they have decided to band together in order to strengthen their hand in their dealings with the central authorities, at the same time gerading their employees in conformity with the government scale. The association of local councils also arranged courses for its legal personnel through a Tel Aviv college and the government's school for public administration. The first of a series of countrywide meetings of secretaries and accountants of all municipalities and some smaller communities has already been held. This enterprise is being sponsored by the Ministry of the Interior's department for local autonomy and by the Comptroller-General's office, which is now introducing uniform methods of budgeting all over the country. ^^ Beth Sholom Students Return From Camp Three Beth Sholom students, recipients of scholarship awards for a summer camp leadership training course, have returned from Camp Tel-Yehuda irh New Hampshire. They are Fred Malakoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff: Barbara Weiss, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Seymour Weiss; and Mark Sabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sabin. These scholarship awards are made annually by the relig ious FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER L lr BAUANTINE BEER Purity, Body and Flavor in every glass BETTER BUY THE CASE—then you won't run short when unexpected guests drop •" Newsr' H-* SAM BLANK, Pres. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES, INC. n0 ,, 3 i phone 8B->


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Miami, Fla
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September 1, 1950

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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l^wiislhJEJIiOJPidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
frME 2- NUMBER 34
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Abess Is Named
h Israel Officials September :i
RUSALEM. (JTA)Premier David Ben Gurion, acting in Phpcf PrPCiffPIlt
-i thp Israel aovernment, and the Jewish Agency have|**"^^' IvJlUvlll
d a three-day meeting with American Jewish communal
s to discuss American Jewish communal assistance for
onomic development of Israel during the next three years,
,.,,, :\- Office announced!

nunique issued this
Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds,
left here Wednesday by plane
for New York, on Jhe first leg
of a flight to Israel, where he
will attend the parley with
Premier Ben Gurion and Berl
Locker, director of the Jewish
Agency.
|he mi i ting, which will open
;>tcmber 3, a com- ,
f the economic
| ntlng the Jewish |
[will be presented to the
lean leaders, and their ad- |
[ill be sought on matters of
nic. financial and develop- |
licv. with special bearing ;
He problem of continued |
scale immigration and ab- .
,n. the communique said. It i executive and its deputies in the
that it is not intended to Knesset this week decided to call
the meeting any def-
lates, but rather to decide
course of future action in
f the developing discussion
n the Israelis and the
icans.
communique listed among
xpected American partici- could consider methods of dealing
Zionist leaders and repre- with what it called the deterior-
ives of the United Jewish ating economic situation and for
I United Palestine Appeal. re.examination of foreign policy
Distribution Committee and .
uncil of Jewish Federations iU terms of the changing mter-
' national situation.
upon Joseph Sprinzak, acting
president and speaker of the
House, to immediately reconvene
the Parliament. The parley urged
the action so that the Parliament
Welfare Funds. After point-
who the Americans at
arley wil be. the communi-
ided that it is "confidently
(led" that they will bring
jK "their many years of
lence" in dealing with the
m of the economic de-
lent of Israel and an ";\i-
knowledge" of financing
bilities in the United States.
illy, it announced that
consultations are contem-
with representatives of the
feh communities of other
tries.
point conference of members
he General Ziornst Party's
Addressing a mass meeting in
Tel Aviv this week, Menahem
Beigin, head of the right-wing
Herut Party, called for a new
national coalition to govern Israel.
Referring to the international
situation, Mr. Beigin warned
against the possibility of in-
fringement of Israel's sovereignty
as a result of the East-West con-
flict. He charged that the arming
of the Arabs means "strangling"
of Israel and urged that the Israel
delegation at the United Nations
be instructed to work against the
rearmament of Germany.
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ewish Floridian
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Leonard L. Abess, prominent
business and civic leader, was
elected president of the Dado
County Community Chest last
weekend.
Abess, who was vacationing in
Maine at the time of the appoint-
ment, accepted the post by tele-
gram and disclosed that he will
meet with the directors shortly
after Labor Day.
The announcement by James I.
Keller. Jr.. chairman pro tern,
climaxed several months of chesi
reorganization and marked the
beginning of intensive prepara-
tions for the approaching cam-
paign for funds to support
member agencies.
"During the past four months.
15 of our foremost citizens have
been working quietly but ef-
fectively to develop a business
like organization and program
warranting the confidence and :
support of the community at |
large," Abess said in his accept- |
ance. "I am strengthened in ap-
proaching my responsibilities by
their agreement to continue un-
remittingly the vital effort to
forge a representative and suc-
cessful chest.
"I shall need, and shall expect
to have, the unstinting assistance
of the leaders in business, in-
dustry, the professions. the
churches and our labor, civic and
social organizations," Abess de-
clared.
"The grave task of maintaining
the service of our agencies and
preserving the principles of fed-
erated fund raising will re-
quire the participation of every
thoughtful person in D a d e
County."
Keller called for community
support for the new president and
urged contributors to the last
campaign to pay their pledges as
soon as possible because money
is urgently needed for the main-
tenance of member agencies until
the next campaign.
The new chest president is
senior partner of Abess. Morgan,
I Altemus and Weinberg, certified
public accountants, and has lived
; in Miami for the past 25 years.
He is chairman of the board of
the North Shore Bank, president
of the Industrial Savings Bank
I and vice president of the Miami |
| Beach Savings and Loan Associa-
tion.
Abess is also a director of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
Haifa Refineries
Resume Operations
HAIFA, (JTA)The Haifa oil
refineries which have been shut
down for about two years after
the Arabs interrupted the flow
of crude oil from Iraq to Haifa,
this week resumed operations as
a result of agreements reached
recently between the Jewish state
and oil companies in Britain and
the United States.
David Horowitz, director-gen-
eral of the Ministry of Finance,
who concluded the agreements in
London and Washington, was
present at the resumption of
activity. A trial run proved that
the machinery had been kept in
perfect order since the refineries
closed at the start of the Arab-
Israel war.
The refineries have been twice
reopened for short periods since
then. They were closed again be-
cause of Egypt's refusal to allow
crude oil to be transported
through the Suez Canal. The re-
fining capacity of the Haifa re-
fineries is estimated at 4,000,000
tons a year with a possible top
limit of 7,000.000 tons. However,
experts considered that actual
output initially would be less than
1,000.000 tons. Work will be
speeded up as soon as crude oil-
stocks reach a required mark.
Leonard L. Abess
merce. a trustee of Mount Sinai!
Hospital, state chairman of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'lith and a member of the Miami \
Beach Rotary Club, the Variety
Club, the Miami Opera Guild,
Masons and Elks.
Nevo Named Israel
Consul To New York
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Foreign
Ministry has announced the ap-
pointment of Yosef Nevo as Israel
consul in New York, effective
September 1. Mr. Nevo, who was
born in the United States and
taken to Palestine by his parents
while an infant, commanded a
battalion during the Jerusalem
siege and later became army chief
of operations in the cXy._______
AJC To Help Israel
Avert Fiscal Crisis
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Amer-
ican Jewish Committee is pi
pared to "go very far" in help;
Israel avert an economic cri
and in assisting in the mass ab-
sorption of the Jews who must
immigrate to the Jewish st I
Jacob Blaustein, president of the
American Jewish Committee, this
week told a press conference on
the eve of his departure. Mr.
Blaustein. who consulted with
government leaders during ins
visit to Israel, is going to Switzer-
land to meet President We
mann, who is vacationing there.
The American Jewish communal
leader expressed gratification
with Israel's achievement and in-
dicated appreciation for the gov-
ernment plans outlined to him
during lengthy talks with Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion. Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan, Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett. Treausry
Director-General David Horowitz
and other government leaders.
Mr. Blaustein said that he had
the impression that "considerable
progress" had been made since
his last visit to Israel 18 months
ago. adding that the possibility of
large-scale foreign investment in
Israel was gradually improving.
He declared that the people cf
Israel belong to the Weste.u.
democratic world as distinct from
and opposed to totalitarianism.
The AJC head also said that
last week's declaration by Pre-
mier Ben Gurion clarifyir,; th .
relationship between the Jewish
state and Jews abroad has con-
tributed considerably to promot-
ing the American Jewish Com-
mittee's goodwill._______________
tion Young Israel. 4001 Chase
Ave.: Eitz Chaim Congregation,
Tides Hotel.
Slichos Services At Midnight Saturday
Will Usher In High Holy Day Period
Slichos penitential services will be conducted Saturdcy
night at midnight at many of Greater Miami's synagogues.
Slichos, the only midnight service on the Hebrew calender,
ushers in the High Holy Day period.
In Miami Slichos services will be held at Congregation
m^a SLf S as MeJ?iaiB!
gregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.;
Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Ave.; Congregation Beth
David, S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Rosh Hashona services will be-
Road. gin Monday evening. September
The midnight rites are sched-1 11. and will be held Tuesday and
uled for the following synagogues Wednesday. September 12 and 13.
in Miami Beach: Congregation j in all Orthodox, Conservative and
Beth Jacob, 301 Washington Ave.;; Liberal congregations and on
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Tuesday. September 11. at Reform
Euclid Ave. (1 a.m.); "Kneseth temples. Yom Kippur services will
Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid be conducted Wednesday evening
Ave; Miami Beach Jewish Center, and all day Thursday. September
_^ -^ rf. _.,..-. r..r^.rr~P 20 and 21, in all synagogues and
w*w'W'W''W'W'w,'W"'W'w*w-'w* temples in the area.
North Shore Center All aforementioned congrega-
_ t\ 1.1 t c 1 tions have scheduled High Hou-
Buys Double Lot ror |day services. In addition the
Construction Of Building following congregations in Miami
I will also hold services: Israelite
The purchase of a double
corner lot at the dead-end
intersection of Dickens Ave. and
74th St.. Miami Beach, by the
North Shore Jewish Center as
a site for its synagogue has
been announced by Melvin
Pazol, president.
Approval of the purchase was
Center, 3198 S.W. 24th Terr.:
Jewish Home for the Aged, 335
S.W. 12th Ave.; N.W. Religious
Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St:
I First Jewish Congregation of
! Coral Gables, Coliseum, 1600
Douglas Road; Flagler-Granada
j Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place;
! North Dade Jewish Center, 13630
voted at a special membership West Dixie Highway. North Mi-
ami; Congregation Tfereth Israel.
Masons and Bricklayers Union
Building. 3350 N.W. 7th Ave:
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.:
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St.; Northside Jewish
Center, North Miami Women's
Club. N.E. 4th Court and 58th St.
Others holding High Holiday
services in Miami Beach are
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave.; Temple Isaiah, Atlantis
Hotel; North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, Normandy Theatre; Hebrew
Academy, 918 6th St.
Tickets for services for High
Holidays are now on sale at most
of these temples and synagogues.
meeting last Wednesday night.
This authorization culminated
several month of negotiation
with the owners. Purchase price
was reported to be over $20,000.
According to Pazol, the center,
which has outgrown its tem-
porary quarters, will begin
construction in the near future.
Architect Gilbert Fein is pre-
paring plans for a one-story
structure with a foundation
adequate for the addition of
another story at a later date.
Pazol said that the congregation
hopes to be in its permanent
quarters by Passover.
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fJanistt Heridliair,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Us
Post Office Receives
100 Percent Rating
For the second time in the
history of the Miami Post Office.
it has been rated 100 percent in
the efficiency of every pha
its operations and finances.
Rabbi Gross Named
Academy Director
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
pi minent Jewish educator and
week to Acting Postn
. tthi rs.
It is unusual for any posl
esp< cially with a S5.000.000 a
gi ss business sue)! as the
: st fl h is, to receive a per-
fect score, HettneT dis
He revealed that the
n I gone below in percent in the
n years and that the pre-
vious rating was 98.5 percent.
it was an-
Satin. vice
Beach Holds
Teen-Age Hop
A community-wide
hop was held Thursday. August
31. at 8:15 p.m. on the basketball
.,: Flamingo Park. Miami
Beach. Th< evi nt was spi n
by the Miami Beach YM & WHA
in conjunction with the Miami
Ri m Di pai tm< nt
Tiie program included square
. ng, I all i \-

i I thi espoi
tivit \-- -' :
I Jackson. El
Teil i. K '
Pat' : I Comil
: V : E
...
n, in-
P K
R i 3i Seyi Teil
: of directors,
nounced by Jack
pi. sident.
Rabbi Gross assisted in the
, rganization of the acad* my thi i e
years ago when he visited Miami
Be ach on behalf 11 T u ah
sorah, a national society for
th< establishment of Hebrew day
schools. The rabbi was du
of the society's school orgi
I :.-' department for the past four
years and in this capacity, was
instrumental in the establishment
of schools in Jewish commui
throughout America. Mexico and
Canada.
Two months ago he returned
from Israel, where he was sent
on a six-month mission to survey
the educational conditions of the
religious school system, and. while
there, he helped establish 14
elementary schools in the new
colonies and villages of the
Yishuv.
Rabbi Gross is a graduate of the
ta Torah Vodaat, a rabbini-
seminary in Brooklyn. New
from thi College
of the City of New York and
Flagler-Granada Center
To Hear Levitan Sept. 7
F eli -,;. .
C
Septen 7.
1 i W
(
Levitan, will
f the 1 I Alliai
An n
education if the
'.
In a toi ship of

G stall i "1 havt ded
merit
in An ise I 1 thai
can
a s a
- i .. ip's spiritual
survival
His si .
T I Not To B
Tot Tours Inaugurated
Tours exclusively for
;. Beach hotels
inaugurated by Mrs.
I n Dalj .. Mi) wife
The new s ailed Tot
includes five-hour daily
ns I : Park. The
small frj rted from
Is in Re I Adams uses
with *m al ng t pi v:ie fun
On. i at th> rk. the
'. r- unlimiti i ti ips
i n the amus< ment < enti
Mrs. Daly
she e mceived the idea aft r tak-
i vn youngsters t F
land Park .....
. e gn< 1 to pro1
: visitin<
AMERICAN BORN RABBI
34, Graduate Yeshiva and
Columbia University. 10 Years
in Rabbinate, also accredited
psycholigist. interested in
settling in or around Miami,
available for the High Holi-
days or permanent position.
Wire Rabbi C ass el, 44S
Audubon Avenue. New York
City. Phone Wadsworth 33258.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Palsy Association
Steps Up Program
The United Cerebral Palsy As-
sociations. Inc.. newest of the
national health agencies, has
begun streamlining its overall
program to step up an all-out
attack on that crippling condition.
ers C Hi Columbia Uni- according to an announcement by
1 in Irving Goldman, president of the
ninistrati n local Cerebral Palsy group.
p;: .:: th xhe announcement. Mr. Gold-
' as man stated, was based upon an
port of Leonard H.
in Denver, q .... .. UCPA president, who
the
ow
the
upon
promises to be the most
it on cerebral palsy
indertaken in this country."
ssed confidence
ntly-i ffi .ted affiliation
of the mar..- al palsy groups
nation into one
hard-hitting organization, would
nili stone in cere-
bral palsy habilitation work.
Final tabulation of returns is
not yet possible, inasmuch as
special benefits and delayed local
drives are still in progress, the
reports say. However, contribu-
tions already received have as-
sured the setting up of a nation-
wide cerebral program in the j
fields of research, treatment and
education.
Creating public awareness of
the needs of the nation's half-
million cerebral palsied persons
was made possible by extensive
publicity given the campaign.
With funds now at hand to.
activate an energetic nation-wide I
program, it is the purpose of .
UCPA I j spearhead attacks on
cerebral palsy having these spec-
-
An intensive educational pro-
ntended to aid both pro-
" : ->nd parents of
C.P. children: meet the demand
rial Workers, both I
n and therapists
bra! palsy, as well
mulate
"- mmunity ,.nd re-
.tment centers whose
needed alike for
the C P. and for
gently needed per-
the public informed
roduc-
I for most of
hey receive the
educational.
optional
f cerebral palsied

and lead-
- : Ami ican I havi
vantages that ac-
Idition t thi Ann i n cul-
nd leg y, ah the >...
se of the national or reli-
gious minority to which they be-
long. This thought has inspired
the founding of the Hebrew
Academy and other such aca-
ies throughout the U:. ti
-. There is definitely no con-
tradiction between Judaism and
Americanism It is Hebraic
h has helped I i mi nt
the foundation of America and
American democracy.
"The : is of our
ys and | receiving their ed-
- the
': Academ;
:. in n
*ay int
pletion of 1

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Hebi
will be better eqtii]
the futun
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of their Jewis
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RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1950
lebrew Program
tt U-M Expanded
I Among the newest sounds
'derating through the Uni-
liiv of Miami "halls of learn-
, are those of the Hebrew
cUage It is not the '-iltin!
threw of classical literature and
lursv Wr the pulsating Hebrew that
dav iS the living tongue of about
(j0')() citizens of the world's
ublicIsrael
[in the fall of 1949. without much
L;.,:, the university joined the
than 200 American collegs
nd lir | ; which now offer
(|,rn Hebrew as a fully ac-
. ige course. The
ntal classes have
lerii very successful, their prog-
beyond expecta-
ining with the fall
j September, 1950,
I ling to plans an-
Dr. Doren Tharp,
[, ., ,.; College of Liberal
irts, the di partment of Hebrew
i i mded ir order to
\ numerous students
ive expressed interest in
his language. Courses in Elemen-
aiy. intermediate and conversa-
lonal Hebrew will be offered,
Line of these to be given in the
ivcning as well.
Miami reflects the rising tide of
iteresl am ing all Americans lo-
lay in foreign languages in gen-
eral, and the Hebrew language
particular. That Hebrew has
aken a permanent place among
be living languages of our time
no longer disputed. The use of
frebrew the language of daily
Ipeerh in Israel, the growth of
Ihe Hebrew press and theater,
and the rebirth of Modern He-
brew literature bear eloquent
estimony to this fact. In appreci-
ation of the new role that the
Hebrew language has begun to
blay. not only colleges but several
Jcore secondary schools and adult
nstitutions have introduced in-
struction in Modern Hebrew as
part of the regular curriculum.
Professor of Hebrew at the
University is Sydney J. Green-
oerg, who lias had a varied career
M a Hebrew educator for more
Tlhan 20 years. iie is a graduate
[of Temple University's education
depart men I and has pursued
fcnduate Hebrew studies at
fcopsic College for Hebrew and
fognate Learning. He has taught
Syt
Hebrew al
brew Hi|
principal c
schools in
came to M
of princip;
schools, hi
director of
cil on Jev.
member o
of Jewish
Greater M
for Hebrc
Evening
and A102
Schwartzn
of the Bui
tion. Hebn
amental i
and readii
compreher
The tjiree-
Tuesdays
7:15 to 8:
also a thi
continuatii
work and
and Thurs
p.m.
Registra
will be he
at the Eve
the first
Classroom
for day cl
September
KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SC
Inquiries invitedOpen for re
Situated on two acre waterfront estate wil
pooloutdoor study. Established reputi
high scholastic standards and character d
preparatoryGeneral. C
and Art Courses. Gradu
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schools.
SC
1010 West Ave., Miami Beach .
The Modern, Beautiful and Air C
BETH TFILA
935 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph
Spiritual Leader of our Congregati
Impressive Speaker and 1
THE YE HI
Will Conduct the !
All seats for the High Holy
Any one who is ABSOLUT
every day and evening un
H. ZAIDMAN. Chairman
Board of Governors


)AY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
+.3ewlsli Meridian
PAGE THREE
lebrew Program
tt U-M Expanded
Among
the newest sounds
.-berating through the Uni-
L-itv of Miami "halls" of learn-
* ,,, these of the Hebrew
Gniage. It is not the l,ltinR
Cbrew of classical literature and
,,..,,v that you will hear but
Kw tiv pulsating Hebrew that
j,.. is the living tongue erf about
[qOOOOO :i/ons of the world's
i epublicIsrael.
li the fall of 1349. without much
L university joined the
,,',',. than 200 American collegs
L(| U| : s which now offer
ll(i,.nl Hebrew as a fully ac-
,,,!,,,! language course. The
| ntal classes have
|,,n ve uccessful, their prog-
Fai beyond expecta-
ming with the fall
September. 1950.
|j ding to plans an-
iUnced bj Dr. Doren Tharp,
,iin ol College of Liberal
irtSi the i partment of Hebrew
Jill' be expanded ir order to
[ e numerous students
expressed interest in
lis language. Courses in Elemen-
,v jni ediate and conversa-
Bnal Hebrew will be offered,
gme of these to be given in the
Ivening as well.
Miami reflects the rising tide of
nterest among all Americans lo-
lay in foreign languages in gen-
eral, and the Hebrew language
particular. That Hebrew has
aken a permanent place among
he living languages of our time
no longer disputed. The use of
iebrew as the language of daily
peech in Israel, the growth of
he Hebrew press and theater,
knd the rebirth of Modern He-
|rew literature bear eloquent
estimony to this fact. In appreci-
lition of the new role that the
Hebrew language has begun to
blay. not only colleges but several
icore secondary schools and adult
nstitutions have introduced in-
struction in Modern Hebrew as
part of the regular curriculum.
Professor of Hebrew at the
jniversity is Sydney J. Green-
aerg. who has had a varied career
a Hebrew educator for more
)lhan 20 years. H| is a graduate
Temple University's education
partmenl and has pursued
pduate Hebrew studies at
Ibpsie College for Hebrew and
Cognate Learning. He has taught
Hebrew at the Philadelphia He-
brew High School and was
principal of several large Hebrew
schools in that city. Before he
came to Miami to assume the post
of principal of the Beth Sholom
schools, he was assistant to the
director of the Philadelphia Coun-
cil on Jewish Education. He is a
member of the National Council
of Jewish Education and the
Greater Miami Board of License
for Hebrew Teachers.
Evening classes in Hebrew A101
and A102 will be taught by Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Hebrew A101 includes fund-
amental grammatical principles
and reading of simple prose for
comprehension and conversation.
The tjiree-credit course will meet
Tuesdays and Thursdays from
7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Hebrew A102,
also a three-credit course, is a
continuation of the first semester
work and will meet Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:50
p.m.
Registration for evening courses
will be held September 18 to 23
at the Evening Division office on
the first floor of the Merrick
Classroom Building. Registration
for day classes is scheduled for
September 20 to 22.
KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SCHOOLCO-ED
Inquiries invitedOpen for registration
Situated on two acre waterfront estate with 75 foot swimming
pool-outdoor study. Established reputation for achieving
high scholastic standards and character development. College
preparatoryGeneral, Commercial. Dramatic
and Art Courses. Graduates attending lead-
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schools.
SCHOOL
1010 West Ave., Miami Beach .
. Phone 5-0606
4 Young People
To Attend Meet
Four Miamians will attend the ,
1950 assembly of the National i
Jewish Youth Conference, to be'
held from August 31 to September
8 at Camp Wei-Met. Narrows- ,
burg. N. Y. The conference, which
is tp .nsored by the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board UWB). is a
nation-wide youth body repre- '
senting 300 local and regional
youth and voting adult councils
and most of the national Jewish
youth organizations.
Local delegates will be Stanley
Mintz, Marvin S. Siegel, A. Budd
Cutler and Leila Gross.
Theme of this year's assembly
"Toward a United and Cn ative
American Jewish Community"
reflects the profound inter* I >i
Jewish youth in the future ol
America and American Jewry and
the recognition by the young
people of their resp visibilities
and role in the growth and de-
velopment of the American Jew-
ish community.
Among the subjects to be dis-
cussed are backgrounds of Jewish
cultural and communal agencies
in America, the current scene ir
American Jewish life, the need
for a vital Jewish youth move-
ment, a program for Jewish youth
and four major alternative ap-
proaches to Jewish survival
which have been proposed.
The youth will participate in
workshops in music, dance,
dramatics and the use of audio-
visual aids and will also be given
guidance and information on or-
ganizational resources and pro-
gram aids. The 1950-51 program
of the JWB-sponsored National
Jewish Youth Conference will be
mapped, the draft constitution
ratified and a chairman and ex-
ecutive committee elected. Arnulf
M. Pins of Paterson, N. J. is the
present chairman of the confer-
ence.
Kneseth Israel
Ladies To Meet
The Sisterhood of Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation will hold its
first general meeting of the season
on Tuesday, September 5, at 8
p.m. in the social hall of the
synagogue, the president, Mrs.
Esther Eisens|ein, hns announced.
A complete report of the sum-
mer activities will be given and
new plans will be formulated by
the spiritual leader, Rabbi Isaac
H. Ever.
Vocal selections will be ren-
dered by the newly elected can-
tor, Abraham Seif, and the newly
appointed Hebrew and kinder-
garten teachers, Mr. and Mrs.
David J. Gorlin, will be intro-.
duced.
Obituary
ABRAHAM BLITSTEIN
54, pnsst'il away of a heart attack
early Tuewlay while asleep Hi his
residence, .".on 15th St., Miami Beach,
Hi- was the operator of a dry cleaning
business, the Alton Cleaners ana
Laundry Company, and has been a
resident here for the past ten years.
Services wee.' conducted in the River-
side Memorial Shapel, Miami Beach,
with Interment in Ml. Sinai Cemetery,
The Modern, Beautiful and Air Conditioned
BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
LISTEN TO OUR RABBI
SUNDAY BETWEEN 12
& 1:30 P. M. ON STATION
WINZ
Cordially Invites you to Attend
SLICHOS SERVICES
MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Spiritual Leader of our Congregation
Impressive Speaker and Renowned Cantor known as
THE Vi:ill SllAl >1Y
Will Conduct the Services and Deliver the Sermon
All seats for the High Holy Days are reserved. NO ADMISSION without tickets.
Any one who is ABSOLUTELY unable to pay will get tickets free. Office open
every day and evening until ten o'clock (Except Saturdays).
H. ZAIDMAN. Chairman
Board of Governors
WILLIAM ROTHMAN, Chairman
Seating Committee
Blood Urgently Needed
A. M. Bear, active Miami
communal worker, is a patient
in Mt. Sinai Hospital and must
undergo major surgery immed-
iately. Before the operation can
be performed, an additional
nine pints of blood must be on
hand.
Friends of Mr. Bear are asked
to please contact the hospital
if they are able to assist.
Program Postponed
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center television program,
originally scheduled for Septem-
ber 4. has been postponed until
November 23. according to Ted
Robinson, entertainment chair-
man. Further information may be
secured bv calling Robinson at
88-4191.
Academy Mother Will
Give Radio Talk
Mrs. Sidney Rabinowitz, one of
the mothers of the Hebrew Aca-
demy children, will speak on
"What the Hebrew Academy Did
for My Child" on Sunday. Sep-
tember 3. at 10:45 a.m. over
station WTTT.
The talk is being given in con-
junction with the opening of the
Hebrew Academy on Tuesday,
September 5.
Announcement of the program
was made by Mrs. Louis Makov- j
sky. president of the Hebrew j
Academy Women.
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Jewistiihrk/ian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
:R I. 13J
I i
EDITORIAL
in The Service *
Having won the respect, affection and admira-
tion of the government and the Jewish community
for effectiveness and efficiency in serving the
religious, morale and welfare needs of Jewish
personnel in the armed forces in two World Wars
and in the periods between and since, it surprised
no one to find the National Jewish Welfare Board
ready when the nation found itself at war with
ihe Communists of North Korea.
Although it had largely liguidated its world-
wide wartime operations, JWB continued to
maintain essential services for the armed forces
on a global scale without interruption ever since
V-J Day. Simultaneously it was guiding the ex-
panding Jewish Community Center movement
toward greater effectiveness and contributing
substantially toward the development of an in-
digenous American Jewish culture.
The Korean emergency tremendously acceler-
ated the demand for JWB services to the armed
forces. Prepared with staff, program and supplies,
cs well as by experience and government-
recognition going back to World War I, JWB
moved into speedy action when the war in Korea
broke out. For the men headed for the fighting
frcnt JWB furnished religious supplies and ma-
terials and kosher foodstuffs. The new draftees,
volunteers. National Guard units and reservists
recalled to duty found JWB on the job with an
experienced field staff prepared to furnish the
recreational and welfare programs essential to
keeping morale high. The Jewish chaplains, re-
cruited, ecclesiastically endorsed and served by
CONTRIBUTION
Barueh At Eighty
In the midst of a conflict that threatens ol u
catastrophe, America is currently pausin I
tribute to its elder statesman, Bernard M n "
on the attainment of his 80th birthday. c
According to our sages man reaches the
of sagacity at the age W seventy. But BarucVJ
such an unusual man that it can be said of W
he is the exception that proves the rule. The t k
of the matter is, however, that Barueh has hpi
such a wise counsellor in our midst over the
several decades that one would himself hav*
be a sage to determine just when our 23
statesman reached the apex of wisdom. Hen
the best way out of the speculation is to just J*
he was born a sage. "fl
We join in wishing Mr. Barueh a happy brnk.
day. And, with him, we hope that his ninetieth
birthday will be celebrated amidst peace cad
good will among all men.
JWB, were ready once again to bring Judaism and
the comfort of prayer to our men in unifora
wherever they may be.
As the demand for JWB services to the armed
forces reaches proportions unheard of since tin
end of World War II, American Jewry snould be
proud of its own wisdom in creating and con-
tinuing to support JWB as its united agency for
service to the armed forces and grateful to JWB
for being ready to provide this service where and
when needed.
Israel's Year In Washington
My MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONThe attention
i.' Jews everywhere was focused
c n Washington during 5710 as
i vents in Washington shaped
Israel's destiny.
Israel waited to learn the fate
: Jerusalem, Arab armament and
economic aid. The precarious
tion df Israel in the world
hinged on what happened
a Washington. It was an anxious
-with some disappointments
but marked by the continuous
ard motion of the Jewish
;i which grew in stature in
I : Irl on the brink of
Developments in Con
: thi State Di
' often had an imm<
ng on the life of i .
eli.
'' many Riish Hashona services
ked that Israel's pride.
new city ol Jerusalem, not be
state ol Isi .
A n nner as possible but that
lich would place Jordan acted crudely,
n Is mi Israelis' While the Jerusalem issue was1
ternational reg ne rgued, a U.N. Economic Survey
Eliahu Elath I Mission was formed under aus-
the U.S. m no uncertain i pices of the Palentine Conciliation
- government was Commission. Gordon R. Clapp. I
tin the organic chairman of the Tennesee Valley'
i-en Israel and Authority, was named to head the i
/ as we mission. Its purpose was to'
ment of Jordan and Israel.
Finding himself in the unique
position of a U.N. minority, the
U.S. representative on the Trus-
teeship Council cooperated, but
with little anticipation of concrete
results. Behind the scenes, the
State Department expressed dis- '
pleasure over Israel Premier Ben
Gurion's expressions and Israel's
move, saying that Israel should
have cooperated by doing nothing '
to "disturb matters and further
complicate the issue."
| Suddenly. Russia announced
reversal of its vote on interna-
tionalization. The Trusteeship
Council, wearied of its hopeless
task, voted to return the matter
to the General Assembly this
nber. The Council would
it it had worked out a
. acceptable to neither Is- ,
ir Jordan. It would also,
that Israel, while not
ing, cooperated in as helpful
nner as possible
facilitate settlement of the dispute
between the Arab states and
fsrael based on the resettlement
of Arab refugees. The mission
was instructed to create employ-
ment opportunities by recom-
mending works projects to re-
integrate displaced Arabs into
the economic life of the Near
East.
Clapp's interim report proposed
that the U.N. finance a $54,000,000
nded Tel Aviv. Haifa" arid
Ni gba."
It was pointed out that the
ration of Jerusalem in Israel
was not incompatible with the
blishment of L'.N. control of
' li )ly Places. Only five percent
Of the Holy Places are located in
the Israel-occupied portion of the
I ".' The U N. was not deterred
from action, however, and Russia
and the Catholic church added
influence to bring about Program to provide employment
an internationalization scheme to for Palestinian Arab refugees.
be implemented by the U.N. Meanwhile. Israel pointed out that
Trusteeship Council. it was willing to aid in this, even
Both Israel and Jordan an-i *'J ro-imburse Arabs for proper-
ed opposition to .
action. It was generally consid-
be an impractical un-
nece iry st< p, Then Israel pro-
I ed that it was transferring
apital t Jerusalem in de-
fiance of the U.N. decision.
Although Israel's enemies com-
inted that it was another
ration of "The Israel poli
impli," vast sections of
puuhc opinion saw justice in the
e.
Officially, the U.S. indicated
it wasn't satisfied by Israel's
D on Jerusalem, but it was
le clear that there would be
med U X. attempt to force
internationalization. High diplo-
matic sources said here that while
the U.S. would cooperate with
the Trusteeship Council the only
real solution was to be found in
negotiation and compromises. The
State Department realized that
internationalization could not be
jn- I -... ...*. .......^ ,WI Hiufjn-
rj m tu's left behind in Israel, but that
t consid- '' w"f ,m,Pssibie t0 re-admit any
Aiabs other than members of
separated families. Israel was
having its own resettlement
problems with thousands of home-
less Jews arriving monthly at
Haifa.
After retiring as U.N. chairman,
Clapp blamed Arab backwardness
for preventing public works de-
velopments in Arab states. He
.-a id that as long as wealthy Arabs
could get exorbitant interest rates
from private investments they
would not be attracted by public
projects.
Clapp reported that no Jordan
engineering scheme could be at-
tempted because it would require
cooperation between Israel and
several Arab states. He said that
because Israel was the first to
advocate resettlement of Arab
refugees in neighboring states,
Arab governments resented the
implemented-withour The agree! fc ffi ^(S^)^
idea not originated from "that
particular source."
Clapp suggested that big de-
velopment projects could only be
achieved through previous ex-:
perimentation with smaller pro- j
jects. He outlined a number of
such pilot projects.
The survey mission recom- j
mendations were lost in the i
tension which developed when it i
was learned that the Arabs were j
feverishly re-arming. Reports of |
preparations for a "second round"
against Israel poured into Wash- I
ington. Elath's visits to the State'
Department grew more frequent, j
The U.N. had lifted the arms I
embargo on the Near East, sug-
gesting that a "moral" embargo
be imposed and that arms ship-
ment to the Near East be used for
"internal security" requirements
only.
Elath warned the State De-
partment of the Arabs' war
preparations. He described in de-
tail the growing threat to peace
and security in the Near East.
"The bellicose campaign of the
Arab leaders, the aggressive tone
of the deliberations of the Arab
League, the significant role played
by tiie Grand Mufti's representa-
tives in these deliberations, and
the supply of arms to the Arab
states by the British government
I all these remain the serious
\ concern of my government. The
; British, who supply arms freely
' to the Arabs, deny the same
rights to Israel, and thus en-
, courage the Arabs in their ag-
gressive tendencies."
Arab spokesmen in Washington
promptly accused Israel of spread-
, ing "emotional" Jewish stories
calculated to stimulate contribu-
tions to the United Jewish Appeal.
Tension mounted as Secretary
of State Dean Acheson repeatedly
i rejected warnings of the threat-
ening arms race. He said he felt
I it desirable that the Arabs states
arm themselves for "internal
! security." The "internal security"
items furnished Egypt by Britain
included submarines, ships, jet
planes, heavy tanks, and other
armament. Israel, however, was
denied such arms.
William Green, president of the
, American Federation of Labor,
and CIO president Philip Murray
called on President Truman in a
rare joint protest. They asked the
President to either halt the arms
race or make defensive arms
available to Israel. Truman re-
ferred their request to the State
Department. The State Depart-
ment maintained its position that
, it was desirable for the Arab
states to import munitions. A
delegation of Zionist leaders
headed by Louis Lipsky, chair-
man of the American Zionist
, Council, called on the State De-
; partment but got little satisfac-
i tion.
! Rep. James E. Van Zandt, a
Pennsylvania Republican, arose
: in the House and denounced the
attempts of pressure grounds" to
block the flow of "anti-Commun-
ist arms to Egypt. A few weeks
later, Rep. Adolph J. Sabath, D-'
111., chairman of the House Rules
Committee, called on President
Truman to ask his intercession.
Rep. Jacob K. Javits, R-N. Y., ar-
ranged a half-hour special order
of business in the House in which
congressmen demanded re-ex-
amination of our Near aEst policy, j
Delegations of members of both I
houses called on Acheson.
Members of Congress used the,
occasion of Israel's second artni-
versary to make speeches de- \
manding a stop to the unfair arms '
race. Twenty-eight senators
joined in the adoption of Senate!
Resolution 266, hailing Israel's
anniversary. At this time Israel
held a diplomatic reception which
drew recognition from distin-
guished quarters. Guests included
high government officials and the '
ambassadors of more than 25 for- I
eign nations. Among guests were '
British Ambassador Sir Oliver
Franks, Soviet Ambassador A.
Panyushkin, and Madame Pandit
of India.
At 4he end of May. President
Truman announced a decision on
arms issue. Acheson had joined
with Britain and France at the
meeting of foreign ministers in
London, to draw up a resolution
to "stimulate confidence in future
security" of the Near East. The
three governments declared their
intention of taking action to pre-
I vent aggression in that area. They
1 promised to fill "legitimate" arms
. orders.
j As the year progressed. Israel's!
I friends anxiously watched the
! State Department, eager to see |
the implementation of the declar- '
I ation in terms of arms deliveries!
to Israel. Tension was reduced,
A high spot of the year was the
election of Israel to full member-
ship in the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organization.
Elath said Israel was glad to
participate and would contribute
its share to economic develop-
ment of the Near East and the
progress of FAO. The State De-
partment announced a reciprocal
air transport agreement which
i permitted Israel planes to fly
across the North Atlantic directfv
, to New York.
.uThnU'S' Government announced
that 1 .s. Commissioner of Educa-
tion Earl J. McGrath would take
a mission of American educators
to Israel to survey educational
problems. H. Fish, an industrial
efficiency expert, was also sent.
typical of the gradual cement-
ing Of friendship between Israel
and the U.S. was the tour ar-
ranged for Eliezer Peri by the
State Department. Peri is vice
| mayor of Tel Aviv. A three
months visit was arranged for
him in which he visited many
American cities to study munici-
* pal government functions.
i ?"/Ci.aI rWash'nfiton paid high
; tnbutc to Elath late in May when
he was transferred to London.
When Truman learned of the
; ambassador's transfer, he called
Ih.m to the White House to say
goodbye. Elath was presented
with a photograph of the Chief
Executive, inscribed, "with kind-
est regards and best wishes."
Even British Ambassad >r Franks,
whose government is still not on
too good terms with Israel said
he hated to see Elath g >. George
M. McGhee, U.S. Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs, said Elath was largely re-
sponsible for advancing Ameri-
can-Israel relations.
Aubrey S. Eban, chief of the
Israel delegation to the UN., was
named as Elath's successor.
As the year drew to a lose ani
the world split became sharper,
Washington saw Israel as a trie*/,
of Western democracy. FedM
Security Administratoi Oscar R
Ewing said "I have m ver been
impressed by the fears and doubts
of those critics of Israel, who hate
warned us from time to t.me that
there is a danger of Communism
in the new country. There are too
many Jews in Israel who hate
suffered at the hand of ne fora
of totalitarianism to want to ex-
periment with another fora
There are too many intelligent,
informed, sophisticated men and
women in Israel to be taken in
by the hyprocritical promises of
the Communists. And there is too
powerful a tradition ol funda-
mental democracy, of individual
worth, of independent thought,
among Jews for them ever to
accept the regimentation of Com-
munism."
The Foreign Policy Association
reported Israel was swinging
closer to the U.S. Official Wash-
ington noted with interest that
Israel joined the U.S. in condemn-
ing, through the U.N., the Red
aggression in South Korea. It was
also noted that Egypt wavered a
supporting the stand of the west-
ern democracies.
The year 5710 proved to the
world that Israel had arrived as a
nation among nations.
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orkmenVi iri-le IMslru l (onilave |UArflgUg Center Pythian Fish Fry WiU I'Collist To Appear
o p* ^lth ton(,*rt September 2 nvi ^ClllCI Aid Palsy Association ^^ Tue*flav
The
rence

qisi Southern District con- will entertain delegates at a dazce
. Workmen's Circle, Sunday night.
Mtl in Miami Beach from Reports will be given at Mon-
S-KJ of the ^ou^'hfgh- **** busint- b* D-l"v-
spokesmen ;" ,h
in the
'...K-k T. Zuket
io circle's national
committee.

airman
lukern n, of New York City,
n-born member to
^dthis ::>' has been a leader
ation's youth move-
wo years of age, he
circle on the na-
| of the National
e Board and on the
ational ,ve committee of
Jewish Labor Committee.
sional lifeZukerman is
social worker and
iter and turer on problems
family law. He is the director
.,',' Nal ial Desertion Bureau,
c'eni; of the Tri-State
nily Relations, and
member of sc^'al
Maps Holiday Plans
The Seventh District of the
Knights of Pythias will hold its
Gdal Saleski. 'cellist with the
Northside Jewish Center will fourth Labor Day fish fry at NBC Symphony Orchestra under
conduct High Holiday services at Crandon Park on Monday, Sep- i Arturo Toscanini, will be guest
M." Jacobs. Evelyn Weiner, Alex {*? North Miami Women's Club, lembei. 4 beginning at l'l a.m. rtist at a mectin8 of thc Music
D ... m, N.E. 4th Court and 58th St. Lovers Gi
Pdiker and Zukerman. The A well known rabbi from New and contmuing throughout the yon -Hi,
York will officiate at the services day. Proceeds will go to the
and Cantor Albert Glantz will United Cerebrat Palsy Associa-
chnnt the liturgy. yon
District Deputy Chancellor
Commander J. W. Isham of
group's annual banquet is sched-
uled for Monday night.
The parley will close Tuesday
night following the election of
officers. ',
Beth David Sisterhood
Will Meet Wednesday
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
Tickets arc on sale at 4291
N.W. 7th Ave. daily from 7:30 to
10 p.m. David Collins is chairman
of the religious comm
Phillip Jacob is ticket
Information on tickets may be
obtained by calling 89-7783,
84-4609 or 7-4544.
oup of the Miami Beach
Y on Tuesday. September 5. at
8:30 p.m., according to Margaret
Chasan. director of music at the
Beach Y. The meeting will be
held at the Miami Beach Elemen-
tary School, 14th St. and Wash-
,ittee "md Booster Lodge is general chair- in%l"n Av% .
hafrmin '"" Assisting him are Dr. C. D. The wel1 know" /.
C m v he : longer, chairman of finance com- ^T^^Z.^Jl
mittce, representing the Pythians.
and Ben Grcenstem, as official
i o-i-iuua or i-ta-tt. r.m-..<:nnt-itivo nt Unit. A tv..ihrnl the lecture with selections or
George Weisbaum is president Hi esentative ot United Ce.ebial accompanied by Flor
r of the Conservative congregation. ^ sy to serve on the same com- k^'^X piano.
its first monthly meeting of the
season on Wednesday, September
6. at 1:30 p.m. at the new syna- :. which was organized a year ago
gogue. Because of the High
Holidays, the meeting is being
held two weeks earlier than usua
in October and now has over 100
mittce. Other members of the
finance committee include R. K.
musician-
iscuss his
recent book, "Famous Musicians
of Jewish Origin." He will follow
the lecture with selections on his
ence
piano.
Admission will be fifty cents,
Joe Mooney, chairman of the
group, has announced.
Board Meeting Called
A special board meeting of the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
he L;.-' urn, 25 Washington
u, i: nil will also be the
mess and social
sstm 'he conclave.
Slab iarticipate in the con-
r Samuel Kelemer,
ho ''I 'he program;
'auljn, I. soprano: Pierre
lande, ist; Herman Fried,
anist.
The ence will officially
pen Sui y at 10 a.m. At that
Harold Turk of Miami
welcome delegates.
1] also come from
ib Pit. executive
the Jewish Labor
I Macy, represent-
lntei national Ladies
kers Union.
fternoon's session
RM. J. M rlin will discuss "Forty
rkmen's Circle
chools." A report on, branches
'IVxas-Louisiana
listrict will Vie given by W. B.
Bell and F Weiner, and on the
irganizi lion's golden jubilee con-
ention, by J. Duniov. Jacob Pat
// speak on "Yiddish and He-
rew in Israel and among Jews
he World Over."
The Eru.i.sh-speaking branch
puish Centers
|To If mil Dance
A benefit dance party will be
ointly sponsored by the Hialeah-
liami Springs Jewish Center,
he Northside Jewish Center and
he North Dade Jewish Center
it the latti r's building. 13630 West
)ixie 11 ,hway, North Miami, on
laturday, September 2, at 8:30
m.
Squai nd folk dancing, con-
ests and games are on the
ordiag to Mrs. Frances
n. who is in charge of
ckets.
Reservations may be made by
calling 7 :-4472.
members Bell, grand chancellor command-
The group recently purchased "Knightsl "f p>'t.hiaB::I !''ld
Highlight of the afternoon will j a whole block at 65th St. and 5e?cf' """'''J ,!r {',' "uston
be an original skit by Mrs. Harry i North Miami Ave., as the site Xri .:' J Henderson,
August. Participants will be the for a house of worship. An archi- Other committee heads include
Mesdames Harry Laufer, E. G. teefs sketch is now being pre-."- K- Beli{, chairman steering
11 get committee. Richard Turpin, chair- El has been called for Wednesday,
Adele man program committee. Harry September 6. at 8 p.m. at the
Ihe Fersch, chairman publicity com- j synagogue by Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
. mittee. president._________________
Hcrskowitz .loins
(leaning Finn
' ''' rs after selling the New
Benzol Cleaners and
Uundry, Harry Heskowitz has
rejoined the organization as vice
Pr*S'di: in charge of operations.
The plant at 99 S.W. 7th St.
was recently purchased by a
syndicate which will operate the
Plant and stores throughout the
county.
The plant was recently modern-
HVVi'h the latest laundering
and dry cleaning machinery at a
>st of $80,000, Herskowitz dis-
closed.
Pythian Women To Meet
Roosevelt Temple No. 33 of the
Htnian Sisterhood will hold its
"f* meeting of the season at
2VNfatioo Beth El on Wednes-
day. September 6, at 8 p.m.
inffVi! ^"Up wil1 continue assist-
(W1' P',de County Blood Bank,
5M Palsy Association and
]^_individual needy cases.
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* Jewish flar/dttar?
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
L 195Q
Rita .Jo Quartin
Betrothed To
Murray Fried
Rita Jo Quartin
Irothal of Miss Rita Jo
tin to Murray Fried has been
inrcd by her mother, Mrs.
Qui rtin, 1790 S.W. 23rd St.
d is the- sun of the Max
s, 2535 s v.\ 2nd St.
Quartin attended Julliard
ol of Music and was gradu-
from the University of
School of Music. She is a
her of Sigma Alpha Iota,
nal music fraternity, and
ed as secretary of the group
senior yea:. She appeared
the university symphony
estra as one of the student
Sts at this year's commence-
concert. At Miami High
ol sin- was elected to Na-
. .1 Honor Society.
fiance attended New York
is and is now in the navy
electronics technician aboard
' lircraft carrier. USS Saipan.
?; i date has been set for the
::ng.
Charlotte Kay Black
Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Miss Char-
tti Kay Black to Leo Rose. Jr.,
been announced by her
nts. Mr. and Mrs. George
l, 1500 Michigan Ave Miami
I i bride-elect, a member of
aw firm, Black. Pearlman
1 'o ipi was graduated from
Univei sity of Miami Law
il. She is a m< mber of Alpha
I Ion Phi sorority.
' Rose, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Li Rose, Daytona Beach, re-
eived his law degree from the
rsity of Floi ida, where he
ffiliated with Pi Lambda
'' Hi now associ-
with the i ol Meyer,
and Rosen. During the war
Vi i as lieutenant colonel
ail corps.
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Personally Speaking
The First International Congress of Psychiatry in Paris is
the destination of Dr. and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein, 2535 Pinetree
Drive, Miami Beach. Dr. Fishbein, a Miami Beach psychiatrist,
| will participate in the Paris sessions. The Fishbeins, who sailed
j Friday aboard the new French liner SS. Liberte, will also visit
psychiatric clinics and hospitals in Italy and Switzerland before
' returning here.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy, 5000 Cherokee Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son at Mt. Sinai Hospital on
i Tuesday, August 29. Mrs. Pertnoy is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Appel of Miami Beach.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brettholtz, 3470 S.W. 10th St., announce
: the birth of a son, Steven Mark, on August 27 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bretholtz's mother, Mrs. Philip Kachal-
sky, and her sister, Florence, came from New York for the event.
* *
Dr. G. E. Blasberg of Biscayne Blvd., left August 20 for a
17-day vacation cruise of the Caribbean. He will return here
around September 6.
* *
Fred Quittner, and Morton Klein arrived in Hendersonville,
N. C, last week to join their wives who have been guests at
the Dutcraggan Inn there.
* *
After a motor trip to North Carolina, where they vacationed
for several months, Mr. and Mrs. Ira May and children have
returned to their home in West Palm Beach.
-fc *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kuller announce the birth of a daughter,
Rochelle, on Tuesday, August 29. Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg.
* *
Jim Kopelowitz is in Los Angeles, where he is visiting a
brother who is ill.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 925 S.W. 3rd St., will be hosts
at a party Saturday night in honor of the eighth birthday of I
their daughter, Audrey Sharon. Audrey is a student at Riverside
Elementary School and the Beth El Hebrew School.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer and sons, Bruce and Mark, have
returned here after a four-week vacation in New York and
Connecticut.
Lillian Berber, Bernard Saffer Exchange
Vows In August 20 Rites At Beth Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Saifer
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H. Beil of Brooklyn, N. Y. and
Miami.
The wedding will take place on
the lawn of the Sandier home on
Sunday. September 3. at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will perform
the ceremony.
The bride-elect attended schools
in New Jersey and was graduated
from Miami Edison High School.
She attended the University of
Miami and is now employed by a
local loan company. She is a
member of Star Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, and past
District 5 BBYW historian re-
porter.
Mr. Beil attended schools in
New York and was graduated
from Miami High School. Ho is
now attending the University of
Miami, where he is a member of
the Naval Reserve.
Out-of-town guests will include
the bride-elect's grandparents,
Mr, and Mrs. H. Sandier of Jersey
City, N. J.; and the prospective
bl id. groom's parents and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beil and
Louis Beil of Brooklyn.
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54th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Freedman,
500 15th St., Miami Beach, former-
; ly of Newark, N. J., celebrated
! their fifty-fourth wedding anni-
versary on Wednesday. August
18, at a family dinner at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel given by
their children. Included in the
party were their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Miner, a son, David, grandchil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D.
Ross and a great granddaughter,
Barbara Ruth Ross, all of Miami
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Howard Malask of Washington, j
D. C, Sunday, August 27, in I
Savannah, Ga., at the home of
her maternal grandmother, Mrs.
H. Levin. The couple spoke their <
vows in the presence of their
immediate families.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held. The couple left
for a short wedding trip. They
will make their home in Wash-
ington. D. C. where the groom is
presently attending law school of
George Washington University,
from which he will be graduated
in February.
In a portrait gown of white lace
trimmed with satin, Miss Lillian
Berger became the bride of Ber-
nard Philip Saffer August 20 at
Beth Jacob Congregation, with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. The Rev. Maurice Mamches
provided nuptial music. The
couple exchanged vows under a
canopy of greenery and white
gladioli.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Berger, 1801
N.W. 18th Terr. The bridegroom's
parents are the Harry Saffers of
this city.
The bride's gown wus of white
Chantilly lace. White tulle filled
in the low square-cut decolletage
outline by a lace bertha with
satin border. The satin border
was repeated in hip panniers.
Her veil and a cathedral train
were of tulle edged in lace. Both
fell from a coronet of white and
crystal beads and she carried a
white bible showered with white
orchids. The gown, veil and train
were designed and made by the
bridegroom's aunt. Mme. Sylvia
Reiss. of New York City.
Miss Helene Saffer, the bride-
groom's sister, was maid of honor .
in an ankle-length gown of dawn I
pink taffeta and tulle. Mrs.'
Carolyn Blacker, another sister!
of the bridegroom, served as'
matron of honor in a gown of off-
white Italian lace.
Jack Fields was best man for
his nephew and ushering were
Lawrence Berger, Charles Brack-
er, Gil Jacobs, James Freel, Dick
Ramus and Bob Berger.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Berger chose a full length
gown of powder rose crepe trim-
med in Venice lace and a corsage
of purple orchids. The bride-
groom's mother wore slate blue
lace and chiffon.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the David Whitman Hall
Hall.
Following the reception the
couple left for their honeymoon
trip to Plymouth, Mass., and New
York. For the wedding trip the
bride wore an aqua suit with
black accessories arid a <*rtVrte
orchid corsage. The nevAy*Mj
will make their home in M:;r...
where Mr. Saffer is the owner of
Jack and Jill Caterers.
Out-of-town guests were Jack
Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Julias
Holzberg and family of New York
City; Dick Ramus, West Palm
Beach; James Freel, Jack.-onvil
Stephen A. Freel. Mandarin. F.a.;
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vJewls* norldian
PAGE SEVEN
Personally Speaking...
Mrs. Meyer Forer, 2121 S.W. 24th Ave., returned this week
from Jacksonville, where she attended the wedding of her cousin,
Jaqueline Adele Falis, to Sorrel Wol'son of Tampa.
Tp *^ ty
New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
include Mi. and Mrs. I. Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lorberbaurri
and daughter, Carol, Mrs. Samuel Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
fhevitz end Herman Blcom.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero have returned to Miami Beach
from the North, where they visited their children and other
relatives. # # ^
Mrs. Edith Brettholtz and her two children returned to their
home in New York after spending the summer with her parents-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Court.
* + *
The biis of Richard Rosen, son of Mr. and Mis. Gerald
Rosen, 259 S.W. 12th St., was held at St. Francis Hospital on
r'uqust 21. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated.
* *
On August 17 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novack, 4011 Nautilus
Drive, M:ami Beach, celebrated the bris milah of their second
son. Over 75 guests were present. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Haiold Robin, 6231 N.W. 1st Couit, aie enter-
taining Mis. Robin's mothei. Mis. Abraham Berman, of Roxbury,
Mass. Mis. Berman timed her visit to coincide with the Bar
Mitzvah c! her grandson Jack Robin. The event will take place
on the second day of Rosh Hashona at the services of the
Northside Jewish Center, of which Mr. Robin is first vice
presider.l and one cf the founders.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sklansky, 1332 S.W. 16th St., left
Tuesday lor an extended stay in Gloversville, N. Y.
* *
At the Delano Hotel for their first vacation in Miami Beach
are Clevelanders JDr. S. C. Chabler, Dr. H. J. Riemer and Morris
Dittman, all friends of former Clevelander Chailes C. Goldberg,
the hotel manager. Dr. Riemer, a physician, also includes
among his numerous friends heie Dr. and Mis. Leo B. Levin and
Mr. and Mis. Lou Goldman. Dr. Chabler, a dentist, is looking
forward to resuming his old friendships with Miamtans Meyer
Lieber, Harold M. Gordon and his cousin, Mrs. David Wittenberg.
Mr. Dittman, vacationing with them, is a vocational adviser
in Cleveland's Veterans Administration.
* *
Mrs. Johanna Schloss of West Palm Beach is recovering
from an injury sustained during a fall.
* -* *
The biis ol Robert Rindom, son of the Ernest Rindoms, 159
East 40th St.. Hialeah, was held recently with Rabbi Philip Fried
officiating. Rabbi Moscholov seived as sandek.
* *
Stanley Saal, son of Mr. and Mis. Samuel Saal, 1500 S.W.
12th ATe., leturned to Miami this week after spending the
summer at Hadar Camp, Clinton, Conn. Stanley is a student
at Miami High School. >
Mrs. Jay Louis Washer was
Miss Florence Eisenman befo.t:
her marriage in New York on
July 30. Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiated at the ceremony. The
bridegroom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. David Washer.
Rosetta Kline Becomes
Mrs. Wallace Rinz
In a double-ring ceremony at
Beth David Auditorium, Friday
afternoon, Miss Rosetta May
Kline was married to Wallace J.
Rinz. Rabbi Max
Shapiro read the
service.
The bride is
the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kline, 811
N.W. 13th St.
Mr. Rinz is the
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer J.
Rinz, 5935 N.E.
6th Court.
For her wed-
ding the former
Mrs. Rinz Miss Kline chose
a natural shantung suit. Brown
and beige accessories, a pearl
necklace and a corsage of Op-
helia rosebuds and daisies com-
pleted the ensemble.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder
attended the couple. Mrs. Snyder
wore a black and white dress with
a corsage of pink roses. Also in
the wedding party were Mrs.
Roscoe B. Huffman, the bride-
groom's sister, in black lace with
a corsage of yellow rosebuds, and
Mrs. Joseph H. Kline, in navy ,
silk with a corsage of yellow
roses.
The bride's mother wore powder
blue sheer over taffeta. The elder :
Mrs. Rinz chose gray lace. Both
wore orchid corsages.
After a brief wedding trip i
through Florida, the newly weds i
will be at home at 1010 S.W. 7th
Ave. Both bride and bridegroom j
are graduates of the University i
of Michigan and Mr. Rinz is a!
registered pharmacist.
Lynette Silverman
Becomes Bride Of
Irwin (i. Starr
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverman,
1546 S.W. 6th St., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Lyn-
ette. to Irwin G. Starr, son of
Mrs. Sara Starr, 2270 S.W. 23rd
Terr. The couple exchanged vows
on August 15 at the Shelborne
Hotel before Rabbi Morris A.
Skop. A reception followed the
ceremony.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of lace with sweet-
heart neckline and long fitted
sleeves. Her fingertip veil of
French illusion fell i'l om a coronet
of seed pearls and she carried a
bible showered with orchids and
stephanotis.
Maid of honor, Miss Ann Nevel,
wore fusch.ia satin and carried a
colonial bouquet of talisman
roses. Marty Goldstein served as
best man.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a rose crepe gown, the
bridegroom's mother wore pale
blue chiffon. Both wore orchid
corsages. The bride's paternal
grandmother, attired in steel (fray
satin, also wore an orchid corsage.
Mrs Ann Padawer, sister of the
bridegroom, kept the guest book.
Following a honeymoon trip to
New Orleans, the newlyweds will
reside in Greenville, Miss. For
traveling the bride chose maroon
with matching accessories and
double white orchid corsage.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mrs. Rosa Marcus, Los Angeles,
Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Man,
Mrs. Jean Devens, Mr. and Mrs.
Abbott Coburn and daughter.
Doris, all of Chicago, 111.; and
Mrs. Ann Bartnick, Utica, N. Y.
Mrs. Irwin Starr
Eugene Schwartzes
Tell Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz,
1930 S.W. 5th St.. announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Rita,
to Marvin Greisel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Greisel of New York.
Miss Schwartz, a graduate of
McKeesoort High School, attend-
ed the University of Miami.
I Her fiance, a navy veteran,
1 graduated from the University of
Miami.
The ceremony will take place
October 8 in New York.
Bride-Elect Feted
A luncheon-china and crystal
shower was held Saturday after-
noon at Tyler's Restaurant, Coral
Gables, for Bride-Elect Charlotte
Sandier. Hostesses of the after-
noon were the Mesdames Maury
Colton, Michael Fiedler, John
Rudnick and Leon Scher.
NAT L. WILLIAMS
Rhea Hass'Troth
! Revealed At Party
Making plans for a December
31 wedding are Miss Rhea Rass
and Harold Rubin, whose be-
trothal was announced at a
1 family party August 23. The party
! also marked the twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary of the bride-
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Hass, 3451 Sheridan
; Ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Hass attended schools in
Detroit. Her fiance attended Mi-
ami High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Betrothal Announced
The betrothal of Marcia Ellen
Gutman to Sidney Tobin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tobin, Pitts-
burgh, Pa., has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gutman. 2291 S.W. 17th
St.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Good Samaritan Hospital
School of Nursing. West Palm
Beach.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
Universitv of Miami, and is a
Pi Lambda Phi.
Miami attorney, and well known
as an amateur radio "ham," says:
"My contacts with felloNv enthusi-
asts all over the world has
developed my desire to personally
visit the far corners of the globe
and, of course, FARR in the
future, as in the past, will always
handle my travel arrangements."
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Women's B'nai B'rith leaders convene to plan for 1S50 "Roll-
*V Car^paign" in the Greater Miami area. Shown at session
which attracted more than 130 B'nai B'rith key workers, are:
I" to r.l Miss Miriam Goldstein, president of the Emma Lazarus
t-hepter. Business and Professional Women; Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
V,
omen% Council president; and Mrs. Ethel Osri of Chicago, former
Presider 1 0f District No. 6 Grand Lodge who addressed the
gathering.
oron naiB ruff?
The \orlh Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative)
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AT THE AIR-CONDITIONED NORMANDY THEATRE
Collins Avenue and 74th Street, Miami Beach
RABBI PHILIP FRIED
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or Friday1 .. to 6 p.m.: Tuesday. Wednesday or Thurs-
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Phone 86-3423. 5-7445 for reservations.
(Rosh Hashanna Services begin at
6:30 p.m. Monday evening September 11)
Sheila Ludwig Will
Marry Gene Essner
The betrothal of Miss Sheila
Ludwig to Gene Essner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Essner, 2801
S.W. 15th St., has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ludwig, 3211 S.W. 1st
Ave.
The bride-elect is a student at
1 the University of Miami, where
she is a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Essner was graduated from
the university's school of indus-
: trial management.
Swim Dance Slated
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will hold a swim dance and card
party at the Town and Beach
Club, Lincoln Road and the ocean,
on Sunday, September 3, from
7 to 11 p.m.
Reservations may be made by
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vJenist fforidfiari
FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 1, i950
Hadassah Adopts $7,035,000 Budget
Opposes Interationalization Of Holy City
N] W yORK, JTA The 36th
Hadassah
week with
"Hot War" Can Be
Averted, Rabbi Says
-The pea i I the world has
n ,*e1 md ii C
and theii moral
r into thi test I etween
\ n e : c a n
-called 'hot
confined to
made by
: \l, R; n, : ibbi
le K u-El of Ft. Lauder- Halprin was reelected president
nd H 11} d, at an in-
the adopftion of a ST.035.000 budget
and the adoption of a resolution
opposing the internationalizatii n
: Ji is; li ;n and supportin
plan proposed by Israel for United
ns supervision of the Holy
! aloni without any inter-
[i :, nee in the affairs of the
peoples of Jerusalem.
The convention also v.'tod to
raise $1,000,000 next year in
addition to the budgetas part|
ot a special three-year building
fund goal of S3.500.000 approved
by the convention earlier for the
erect in of a new medical centei
m Jerusalem. Mrs. Samuel W.
'Hi illy wood
d il Ti mple Emanu-El" at
Hotel.
Ransoi timed
I f the Se-
Coui the United
:.. i. k< S cess, New
York.
National
Under-
I Hadassah for a fourth i
cutive term.
Addressing a dinner at the
Waldorf-Astoria winch clin
the convention. Ambassadoi Abba
:i : Israel told the audi-
ence that cy must prove
to the masses in Asia not
only as the agent ol their
dom, but also as the instrument
of their welfare. "Israel, looking |
out beyond the frontiers of its'
said own democratic revolution, asks
Rat itsell whether its v i ment
foi his mas- may not have wider significance
thi K i I n. and indeed, than we ever su pi ti i our-
ind in selves," he declared. "By our
Imitted this, example we proclaim the capacity
p d com- ol a democratic system, even in
I : argu- i the least promising and abundant
.'.;11 havi conditions to assure to a nation
en I thrillii
vi n by

i
halls of
tic way of
its effective defense, its cultural
il, its social progress and.
the full dignity ot constructive
evement I bi lieve that this
ef sei vice to democi acj ."
Turning to the problem ol
Arab relations, Mr, Eban
thi noted that the effort of the United
;- ns to effect a peace between
n to save
lace, t the United
'\ tself the
loni : thi Si uritj
11 even in that the
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Arab neighbors
had fa ause of the Arab
pt procedures laid
down by the L'.N. Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission which looked
toward a final peace effort.
li" said that Israel's foreign
policy "has fixed ideals, but it
has no fixed dogmas except that
a decision on each issue shall
be taken on its independent
The one thing that a mem-
Ih ol the United Nations should
never surrender is its own free-
dom of judgment. In such freedom
of judgment Israel has twice af-
d its support for the efforts
ol the Security Council to restore
international peace and security
in Korea."
John C. Ross, United States
Deputy Representative in the
United Nations Security Council,
i harged that the "armed attack
up,m the Republic of Korea is
part Ol a Soviet Communist plan
ol world domination" and qu" s-
tioned whether the "Sovii I Union
wants to live at peace" with the
work'.
Resolutions backing thi Uniti
Nations stand against aggn
in Korea, and urging immediate
ge by the United St Ites Sen-
ate oi the L'.N. Ger./.cide Conven-
tion outlawing destruction of
ethnic, racial or religious groups.
were unanimously passed by the
convention.
Examining the question whether
support of Israel involves dual
loyalties on the part of American
citizens. Mrs. .Moses P. Epstein.
Hadassah leader, who presided.
said: "Our first political loyak'ies
are. must and should be to the
United States. In supporting Is-
rael in its struggle for democracy,
we act in our own self-interest.
A strong Israel means that demo-
cracy will continue to keep a
foothold in the Middle East."
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DrrLtf Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach,
Phone 5-3595.
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami spearheads plans for the 195CT "Roll-Call Campaign" to
enlist 1.000 new members in the South Florida area. Lodge presidents shown with George J. Tahanoff,
(center) chairman, at recent rally at Saxony Hotel, are: (1. to r.) Daniel Danart. Ft. Lauderdale
Lodge; Louis Charnow, Hollywood Lodge; Alvin Corenblum. Coral Gables Lodge: Tahanoff; Godfrey
Newman, Miami Beach Lodge: Leonard Tobin, North Shore Lodge; Sam Kessler, Tropical Lodge;
and George J. Bertman. council president.
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
Ksivah Vachasimah Tovah ~Z"C WTOY] "\~C
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 winch have the sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth are endorsed by the Vaad:
That the Shochet in any market who does not have the plumba of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth H '' ", 0 3 to affix on the chickens is not
endorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot guarantee his
Kashruth:
That only FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring of the GMVH H 1 2 '*
may be purchased in the live poultry markets:
That COLD CHICKENS in the live poultry markets cannot be and. are not
endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman.
6. That THE ONLY LIVE POULTRY MARKETS where the
Schochtim are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad are:
MIAMI
Ideal Live Poultry Market (Wholesale Only), 155 N.W. 5th St.
Abe'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), 325 Collins Ave.
7. The following are the only meat and poultry markets en-
dorsed 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 5th 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.
MIAMI SOUTHWEST SECTION
Sam's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market. 322 S.W. 12th Ave.
United Kosher Meat and Poultry, 1553 S.W. 8th St.
Quality Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave.
Miami Kosher Meat and Poultry, 2011 S.W. 8th St.
S & M Meat & 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 VIW'
Parkway Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1255 Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
Pennway Kosher Meat Products. 207 Almeria Ave.
8' KooLlhtufLh0Cht!m '" a11 other live Poulfy markets who claim to have
q That ~. -i po4ultryJare neither supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad:
SSte^MKnTv Hnw E^tryumarkets that d0 not have the sign of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are NOT endorsed by your Vaad.
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Secy.
S. LOBEL. Trees.


jfljpAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
'"JmUHhridUan
PAGE NINE
Gables <;roup
Makes High
Holiday Pains
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables will hold High Holi-
day services in the air-cooled
Coliseum at Douglas Road and
S W. 16th St. New spiritual leader,
Rabbi Ralph DeKoven, will of-
ficiate at all services and Cantor
Max Cooper will chant the
liturgical prayers..
Tickets for the holidays will be
,:1 gale on Sunday morning,
September 3 and 10, at the
Coliseum. Registration for He-
brew and Sunday Religiou School
will be held at the same time and
place.
For the past year and a half,
the membership of the First Jew-
ish Congregation of Coral Gables
endeavored to establish a
rvative congregation in
Coral Gables. Under the leader-
of their president, Abe
Maloff. they are busily engaged
with the planning of a extensive
iin of projects and affairs
,cd to interest young and
Through their efforts, the
synagogue and school building at
Zamora and Galiano is near com-
n and will be ready for
ous and educational func-
in the fall.
The congregation is extending
an invitation to all unaffiliated
residents of the Southwest and
Coral Gables areas to join the
gation and to participate in
ictivities.
Ilollvwood Group
Engages Cantor
The .Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood has engaged Cantor
Mordecai Feinerman as its cantor
and musical director.
The new cantor, who is a lyric
ne. has served in congrega-
tions at Jersey City, Bayonne and
Queens. He received his musical
training at the Settlement Music
1 in New York and his
cantorial liturgy from noted pro-
fessional instructors.
The cantor studied at the
Veshiva University and is the
r< pient ot the B. A. degree from
that institution.
A square inch of skin
have 3.000 sweat glands.
may
Listen to
WFEC
E'ery Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:30 P.M.
All Miami Markets
Endorsed By GMVH
With the admission of the Mi-
ami Kosher Meat and Poultry
Market and the United Kosher
Meat Marker to the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad Hakashruth, -Harry
Sirkin, president of the communi-
ty-wide organization, announced
that all kosher meat markets in
the city of Miami are under thfe
supervision of the vaad.
"This marks the first time,"
Sirkin said, "that all the butchers
in Miami have been endorsed and
supervised by the vaad.
"The patience of our director;
the assistance of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, of which
the vaad is a participating agency,
and the complete cooperation of
the rabbis and synagogues have
helped us reach this goal. It is
our hope that the Jewish'popula-
tion will show its appreciation by
patronizing the butchers with the
sign of the GMVH. The names of
these butchers will be found on
page &. of the paper," Sirkin
continued.
Other information pertaining to
kashruth. he said, may be ob-
tained from the director. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, 5-3595.
Dr. George Balber
Wishes lo Announce the Removal
of His Offices for the (icneral
Practice of Dentistry to the
I'hysUluns iiulldliiR
1431 North Bayshore Drive
Miami, Florida
Just South of Venetian Causeway
Telephone 82-0602
Mrs. Florida Finals
Set For Saturday
Finals for "Mrs. Florida" in the
12th,annual "Mrs. America" con-
test are scheduled for Saturday,
September 2, at 9 p.m. at the
Seaeomber Surfcomber Hotels,
Miami Beach. Proceeds will go to
the Cerebral Palsy Association.
Winner will receive a gold
trophy; an all-expense round-trip
via National Air Lines to New
York for two days, and two days
at Asbury Park, N. J., where she
will vie for the coveted title of
"Mrs. America" and thousands of
dollars worth of prizes for herself
and home on September 10.
Fifteen Florida married beauties
will compete for the title of "Mrs.
Florida" Saturday night. In addi-
tion to the contest there will be a
all-star show to make for a full
evening of entertainment.
According to Irving Goldman,
president of the Cerebral Palsy
Association there are an esti-
mated 2,295 cases of cerebral
palsy in Dade County and 70
percent of the persons so afflicted
retain normal and superior in-
telligence. Fully 70 percent of all
cases may with proper treatment
and training be rehabilitated to
the point where they can take
care of themselves and perform
useful work.
Ray Redman Florida state di-
rector for Mrs. America. Inc.. has
arranged the show.
Beach Juniors
Pick Delegates
Three delegates were chosen by
the Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah to attend the South-
eastern regional conference dl the
group, to be held in Birmingham,
Ala., over the Labor Day week-
end.
They are Sandy Freedman,
Selma Lewis and Mrs. Roslyn
Soltz.
The unit is making plans for
the second annual community
conclave for young women to be
held at the Sorrento Hotel from
October 6 to 8.
Florida Apparel
To Bo Shown
Florida manufactured wearing
apparel will be featured at Miami
Beach September 24 through 27
at an advance showing of resort
wear at the Robert Richter Hotel.
The show, to be sponsored by
the Florida Apparel Association,
will include men's, women's and
children's clothing and acces-
sories.
Jo Hochmann, executive di-
rector of the association, il; in
charge of arrangements. Miss
Myrtle Smith, secretary, is co-
ordinating the manufacturers'
-showings.
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Sept. 12th 13th
Judge Harold B. Spaet
President
YOM KIPPUR
Sept. 21st
A. M. Bear, Chairman,
Religious Committee
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Mannheimer School To
Launch Sixteenth Year
The Mannheimer School in Mi-
ami Beach will launch its six-
teenth year when it opens its
door on September 5.
The school features individual
out-of-doors instruction by a
carefully selected staff of teach-
ers, many of whom have been
associated with the institution for
10 years. A complete academic
and recreational program is pro-
vided for all grades from kinder-
garten to high school.
Mannheimer School grauates
have been admitted to the Uni-
versity of Miami, University of |
Pennsylvania, University of Wis-
consin, Emory, University of
Delaware and other leading
schools throughout the country.
Joyce Lorber, a 1950 graduate,
was the first student from the
Greater Miami area to be ad-
mitted to Brandeis University.
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+Jewlst ncrMlan
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
1.1950
Letters To The Editor
Dear Editor: Jewish Floiidian
You are to be commended for Dear Editor:
your n printing the letter The Marines need your help.
ol Mr. Haverman warning Jews As you may know we are trie
the activities of a I only branch of the service that
"Reverend Schlimeel," deceptive-
ly hidii announcing he will lecture on
his n to Israel, iiite an
enthusiastic Jev just returned.
'; I trip is a new clevei
nick i'V >lved by these leeches
derland
Thesi
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Thej a e
:. of the bl
drenchi d Torq
turn
as r us up to
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: ours,
does not maintain an advertisii
budget, such, utilizing all funds
ntenance ol our oper-
ating forces Todaj we are faced
with the problem ol enlisting
e 60.000 VOLUNTEERS. We
need them now and because it
bee imes increasingly appa
; i havi
"tou wi natural
:.t the lies: men we can ;
E : iei ience lias : I hat '.he
VOLUNTEER.
i \>, ., M : besl

' that you
your own IhuIu' tarj tatioi
advertising, and for thai
ttle .u use
but inted a'i.hi: the ;: "THE U S
1922, led thi "Truth About MARINES WANT VOLUNTEERS
the J JOIN TO-DAY" as a filler
Ij In part he when \ iible to do so
Th l< ast as JOIN THE
iture l kn thai racial'FIRST TEAMU, S, MARINES,
the apostate Jewthe oi SELECT THE SERVICE THAT
lummad'who barters his SELECTS ITS MEN U. S
spiritual for the silver MARINES, etc., may also be used.
Gentile patronage." Mr. We have been given a job to
Hurt also applies to them the dofor one hundred and seventy-
Is of a certain Jew dead some five years the MARINES have
two thousand years, "Ye compass always "done the job"with your
sea and land to make one prose-I help we will do this one too.
lyte; and when he is made, ye Sincerely,
make him two-fold more the child j J. J. REARDON.
of hell than yourselves." Captain, U. S. Marine Corps
_______ SAMUEL P. WEISS. I Officer in Charge.
Decoration Asked Israel Army Complete
For Rpcir h ^nlHit>r Mopping-Up Operation
r r Jerusalem. -jta, The .Alumni Elect Zalis
A Miami Beach vouth has ... I
been recommended for a decora- Israel Arm-V lh,s wcek announced
tion for the second time since the I completion of the largest mop-
start of the Korean hostilities. !pinfi-up operation it has yet
Pfc-1 conducted in the Negev.
In a ten-day operation, troops
cordoned off a 875-square-mile
area in search of marauding
Bedouin bands. Traffic between
the Egyptian-held Gaza strip and j Frome, program chairman
The young soldier's latest Transjordan-occupied Hebron was I Ruth Uliss and Mrs Ernest
heroism was exhibited August 6.: interrupted. Ten Arabs were Chernoff are advisers of the unit,
When his battery was overrun by I killed in clashes with the Jewish w.'lich meets bimonthly and is
Communists. He picked up a 3.5 ; troops and considerable quantity
of stolen livestock was recovered
as the Arabs fled to the Sinai
peninsula, whence they infiltrated
Israel territory. This is the third
such operation in a month.
Two pictures from the Jerusalem Art Galleries were presented lo the Miami Beach Public
Library at ceremonies last week. They are "Jerusalem Scene," a wood cut by Jacob Stainhardt of
Jerusalem, and "Orange Pickers." a guache by M. Matus of Tel Aviv. The pictures were presented
by Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Harry Zuckernick, Beach attorney
and civic leader; and Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congregation. They were ac-
cepted by Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman. for the library board, and Miss Bertha Aldrich. librarian.
Shown at the ceremonies are (first row. 1. to r.) Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Joel Kohen. Miss Aldrich, Aida
Caspi. Mrs. Liebman. Mrs. Margaret Malek. Zukernick; (second row) Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Mrs.
Sabshin. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Louis Schwartzman. Meisel. Joseph W. Ma'ek. Dr. M. A. Lipkind.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser; (third row) Seymour Liebman. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan. Mrs. S. A. Goodman. Mr. Goodman. B. A. Barkai. who made arrangement; for the
purchase of the art works, has been highly commended for his efforts in behalf of Israeli art in
this area. --------------------------------.
Marvin Koppelman. son of Irving
Koppelman. 936 Pennsylvania
Ave Miami Beach, who has been j
recommended for an oak leaf
cluster to his Silver Star for
bravery in action.
Ed Zalis was named president
of the newly organized Beth El
Hebrew School Alumni Associa-
tion at a meeting Monday night.
Others elected to office were
George Siegel, vice president;
Dolores Chernoff, secretary; Ber-
nard Werner, treasurer; Sheldon
Mrs.
rocket launcher and held off the
enemy until the rest ol his outfit
could move out.
Knocked down by a mortar
concussion, he recovered suf-
: entl; to lirect the sui rounded
men to an ambulance, in which
he drove them through heavy
nine gun fire to safety.
Koppelman was decorated early
in the Korean conflict for knock-
ing on4 ;.v enemy roadblocks.
His fathei first learned of the
ti ning t )
a nat n ni tv. im.
A book dictated by Marco Polo
in prison was the most popular
source of European knowledge
of the far east for three cen-
turies.
open to all graduates of the Beth '
El Talmud Torah.
Bowling Leader to Speak
Maurice Marenberg. president:
of the national B'nai B'rith Bowl-
ing League, will be guest speaker i
at the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lodge Luncheon Club on Tues-
day, September 5, at Mei Yin
Restaurant.
Tickets for High Holy Day Services
Now on Sale
CONG. T'FERETH ISRAEL
to be held at the
Masons & Bricklayers Union Bldg., 3350 N.W. 7th Ave.
Purchase Tickets at
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*Je*ist fkric/i r
PAGE "ELEVEN
Religious School Registration Slated September 3 to 10
Secondary And Adult Education
11 qh School
ntral Hebrew High School, sponsored by Ihc
ad a registration of 21 students last year in
three classes and met at the Peninsular Institute, 222
Flagler Street. A graduation class will be
ted t<> the Jewish community in 1951. Hy
h / is principal. Registration for the 1950-1951
|] be held after the High Holidays; graduate
students arc expected then to enroll from the Beth
David, Beth El and Miami Beach Jewish Center.
, at the University of Miami
is now an accepted subject among the
languages at the University of Miami. The
Bureau placed the instructor, Sydney Greenberg,
educational director of Beth Sholom. Sessions were
held f"- 'wo semesters last year and a summer ses-
sion. Expansion is expected this year with added
.i the day and extra sessions at night. Jewish
students at the University are urged to register for
the Hebrew courses as announced in the University of
Miami catalogue. Phone the Registrar at 83-4611 for
viiM?" df*aiIs-There is some indication that Hebrew
S>tembeM95l. "" Mi*mi Scnir High Scho1 in
Adult Institutes
Foimal adult institutes will be sponsored again in
Miami in cooperation with other organizations. Last
year the-Institute was held at the Beth El Congrega-
tion for two semesters of ten weekly sessions each
offering courses in Hebrew, Yiddish." Jewish Litera-
ture, Jewish History, Modern Israel, with an initial
registration of 180. Mor ambitious plans are being
formulated for the coming vear. Watch for announce-
ments in press and over radio.
Have You Forgotten Something?
Dear Parents:
Have you forgotten something? Is there something missing
in the make-up of your child which is necessary for his
happiness?
Intelligent Jewish parents are alarmed today. They are
htened because of an apparent lack of graceful adjustment
by theii children to Judaism in America. They lament the fact
Jewish youth lacks a happy acceptance of Jewish life.
may even see in their growing children a mounting
d due to the loss of inner security.
Out of these alarms has come a growing realization that
there is a need for greater emphasis on the values
in Jewish education. American Jews are becoming
..no of the barren cultural spots in American Jewish
life. R> alization has come of the need of a better understanding
iation of the total American-Jewish scene. In a
ican Jewish parents are looking more and more
ducation to give meaning to American-Jewish life
tabilize the personality of the Jewish youth of this
ntry.
re is no doubt that a broad conception of Americanism
and Judaism brought to the hearts of American Jewry would
ng armament for survival. Appreciation of the full
i xti nsion <>f the term Jew would make Jewish education truly
. to the daily life and aspirations of both young and old.
youth would then gam that sense of "belonging" to
irthwhile, for himself, for his people, for his
world. He woujd gain a sense of creativity and
security through identification with the Jewish group. Jewish
V uth America could then become well-poised, a blended
pe : J, w and American, willing and able to contribute
: both.
The ;,iik of thus interpreting Jewish education to the
Jewish community of Greater Miami is being assumed today
by ; Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau, which is the
aional arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
gives educational service to all the local Jewish schools, setting
goals of higher standards for all, while respecting individual
ideologies.
Have you forgotten something? Jewish Education Month
is being celebrated nationally from September 5 through
October 13. Jewish Education Month focuses attention upon
the Jewish school and the vital need of Jewish education in
America. Today Greater Miami offers growing opportunities
of Jewish education for your children in fifteen Sunday Schools,
sixteen afternoon schools, a Hebrew High School and one
All-Day school, located in every section of the town and
Beach. They are listed below.
Have you forgotten something? This you must remember.
Enroll your child in a Jewish school of your choice. Register
your child today.
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Executive Director
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
New Bar Mitzvah Standards
As Recommended by the Rabbinical Association oj Greater Miami
and Bureau of Jewish Education
Preparation Institutes for Mothers
The two informal preparation institutes for mothers
to bring Jewish life directly into the home will again
be sponsored by the Bureau for Chanuka and Pa.^s-
over. Mothers will again be instructed in makm.
"Jewish Home Beautiful" by sessions in custom^ ..f
the festivals, cooking traditional dishes and ga
and decorating for the holidays.
Classes at the Cardiac Home
For six years the Bureau has sponsored classes for
the Jewish children at the National Children's Car
Home. Lessons in Hebrew, Jewish songs and
dramatics, have been given at the Home, often a! t
very bed of Jewish patients. Costs of this project
come from allocations to the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The minimum requirements for
candidates for Bar Mitzvah on
Sabbath mornings within any of
magogues or temples of
Greater Miami are as follows:
1 A minimum of two years of
y attendance at a daily
' school of recognized
standing with four hours or more
of weekly instruction, or its
equivalent: a minimum of three
't satisfactory attendance
at a daily Hebrew school of rec-
' standing with less than
'ins of wekly instruction,
'"' s equivalent; and
2 Passing of a test by the Bar
Mitzvah candidate, before begin-
ning preparation for his Bar
witzvah training, or a minimum
area of Jewish knowledge: in-
cluding .a minimum understand-
"8 of the Hebrew language,
ty to read Hebrew" prayers
a reasonable degree of
with
iiuency and familiarity; an under-
standing of basic and customs and
: ies .of Jewish life.
an
"'Kiei standing of the early chap-
Genesis and some know-
eage of major events and per-
nft es of Jewish history and
J^w contemporary Jewish world.
This area of subject matter and
series of tests are to be drawn up
by a joint committee of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami; the test is to be
administered to the Bar Mitzvah
candidate by the rabbi of his con-
gregation, the candidate's teacher
and the executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education or
his representative.
Candidates for Bar Mitzvah in
Reform Temples where there are
no daily Hebrew schools will not
be held to the requirements of
paragraph 1, but should comply
with paragraph 2.
A special Certificate of Honor
will be awarded by the Bureau
of Jewish Education to every Bar
Mitzvah candidate who elects to
take and passes a test, before
beginning his Bar Mitzvah train-
ing, the test to cover the bureau
curriculum of five years and to be
prepared and administered as in
paragraph 2.
3. Effective Date
These provisions are to take
effect September 1, 1950, except
for 3 years provision effective
September 1, 1951.
Opening Calendar Of Jewish Schools
Registration at all schools..........................Sept. 3-10 [
'irst classes at Hebrew schools........................Sept. 7 .
*'rst classes at Sunday schools.......................Sept. 10
Jewish Education Month......................Sept. 5-Oct. 13 I
"Daddy What Makes Us Jews?"
Has your child ever asked
"Daddy, what makes us Jews?" \'
If he hasn't asked you yetHE
will:
have you an answer?
you can't distract your
youngster with a.new red wagon
and hope the question will be
forgotten. Because it won't. It's a
question that he'll be asking
,. ----- .. M1*"""" mot lit.-ii of asKiriK
m. i j m, us.Jews? isn't asking you and asking himself
the kind of question you can for most of the rest of his life
answer in a word or a phrase. I And there's no quick answer.
That doesn't mean there's no
answer at all. There is. and a very
good one; the only answer that
will help your child gain security
j and happiness from the fact that
, he is Jewish, instead of confusion
I and torment.
That answer is a Jewish educa-
1 tion. By attending a modern, ef-
fective Jewish school, together
with others of his own age. your
child will gain a rich and joyful
experience as a Jew. He and his
schoolmates will live p
in a context of Jewish th iu(
and Jewish surroundings. He
. h (hi be mty and w:s
of Jewish traditions and his
g ling back more than four th iuS-
and years, and he will begin t
: that this culture is in his]
session. He will learn thai
part of | test adventure in
human history, and he will g
ii s and standards which will
him to b st kind of
Jew. and the best kind of Ameri-
can.
Y ,, in : '.vr your children's
questions by enrolling thi
n i Jewish school. It will giv
themboys and girls alikia
foundation and a
their lives as Ann; lean Jews. And
the younger they start, the betl
Enroll them todaygive your
| children their spiritual and cul-
tural heritage.
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
Prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Building. Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489
MIAMI
Beth David (Conservative)
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Beth El (Orthodox)
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal) 320 Palermo Ave.
First Jewish Cong. (Conservative)
University of Miami
Flagler-Granada
50 N.W. 51st Place
Hebrew High School
(Community)
Peninsular Institute,
223 E. Flagler St.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center (Conservative)
City HallPalm Ave.. Hialeah
Israelite Center (Conservative)
24th Terr, and 32nd Ave.
Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox)
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Northside Jewish Center
(Conservative)
Douglas Gardens, 53rd St.
and 2nd Ave.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative)
13630 Dixie Highway
Temple Israel (Reform)
137 N.E. 19th St.
West Miami Jewish Center
(Conservative)
5720 S.W. 17th St.
Workmen's Circle (Yiddish)
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
MIAMI BEACH
Beth Jaocb (Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave.
Hebrew Academy (All Day)
918 6th St.
Knesseth Israel (Orthodox)
1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative)
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative)
77th and Dickens
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
4144 Chase Ave.
Temple Isaiah (Reform)
1536 Bay Road
Workmen's Circle (Yiddish)
25 Washington Ave.
Affiliated Afternoon or
with BJE ; Sunday school.:
Yes Both
Area Serving
Southwest
Southwest
Coral Gables
Coral Gables
Flagler-Granada
Greater Miami'
Hialeah-Miami Springs New school Both
Yes Both
Yes Both
New school Both
New school Sunday school
Yes Afternoon
Southwest
Southwest
Northeast
Upper Northeast
All sections
West Miami
All sections
South Beach
All sections
Central Beach
Central Beach
Upper North Beach
North Beach
The Beach
The Beach
New school Both
Yes Both
New school Both
New school Both
Yes Sunday school
New school Both
Yes
No
New school
Yes
New school
Yes
Yes
Yes
Afternoon
Afternoon
Daily
Both
Both
Both
Both
Sunday school
Afte/noon



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LAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1950
+Jcnisfi ncridTiarj
PAGE THIRTEEN
ironntr.tions Oppose Proposed
'siional Seenrity Legislation
Lading national church labor,
I ,n and human relations
fcX have released a joint
f. mtnt on national security
St"n currently pending be-
" the Congress, it has been
Lnnunced in Miami by Gilbert
"Sikin director, Florida Re-
mnal Office Anti-Defamation
KSe Of B-nai B'rith.
Ptocluded among the represent-
live organizations joining in the
I ,,n\ which states they are
Kaltcrably opposed to the Mc-
irran Mundt-Ferguson, and the
Zd bills." are the American
KaLiberties Union, Americans
^Democratic Action, the>ArVr-
I n Veterans Committee, Nation-
TAssociation for the Advance-
LDt of Colored People the
Krnational Association of Ma-
finists the American Council of
luman Rights, Social Action
Emmittee of the Congregational
Kristian Churches, the Associa-
Tm of Naturalization and Immi-
htion Lawyers, the Cooperative
tlr of the U.S.A.. the United
found of Church Women, the
[merican Association ,of uni-
fcrsity Professors, Friends Com-
Bttee on National Legislation,
be National Jewish human rela-
tes agencies, and the National
bmmunity Relations Advisory
(ouncil.
JThe text of the major joint
latement is as follows:
["The undersigned organizations,
bnscious of the need for adequate
htc-rn.il security measures; united
p their opposition to totalitarian
blitical movements and com-
kitted to the preservation of the
jemocratic way of life at home
lid abroad, are unalterably op-
osed to the McCarran (S-4037),
he Mundt-Ferguson (S-2311),
nd the Wood (HR 9490) bills
-endinn before the Congress. We
Irge that legislation in the spirit
If the President's message of
\ugust 8 on national security be
Jubstituted' for these measures.
I Magnuson (S-4061) and the
feller (HR 9402) bills are such
tn approach to the problem and
although some of the undersigned
bgve objections to some of the
provisions in these measures, we
onsider them clearly preferable
j proposals.
Ilhe McCarran, the Mundt-
pguson and the Wood bills are
Uscriminately repressive meas-
frc->. ostensibly written to meet
le Communist threat to our na-
m\ si urity, but they will not
i thai job They jeopardize the
s ol individuals and of or-
ganizations which not only are
not subversive but are dedicated
in principle and program to the
fight against Communism. They
represent a hysterical approach to
a serious national problem which
can only be met through an
understanding of the nature of
the Communist movement in this
country and a faithful adherence
to the basic principles of the Bill
of Rights.
"The Magnuson and the Celler
bills would be more adequate to
protect the country against se-
curity threats while maintaining
conformity to traditional Ameri-
can guarantees of individual free-
dom. We most earnestly hope
that the Congress will not en-
dorse totalitarian methods to fight
totalitarian dangers."
Sholem Lodge To
Fete AZA, BBG
Groups Sunday
An all-day picnic for the Great-
er Miami AZA and BBG chapters
will be sponsored by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Sunday,
September 3, at Greynolds Park.
Ted Sakowitz, Sholem Lodge
youth chairman, has announced
that a full schedule of games has
been set up for members of
Sholem Lodge and the youth
groups.
A truck will leave the Miami
Jewish Community Center
promptly at 9:30 a.m. to accom-
modate those who do not have
transportation.
The following program has been
arranged by the picnic committee
consisting of Marvin Rauzin, Al
Finkelstein, Reevan Kalman and
John Kronenfeld:
9:30Truck leaves from the
! Miami'Jewish Community Center.
10:30Aquatic and swimming
activities at the park.
11:30Softball game between
AZA No. 322 and AZA Sigma
Rho.
12:30Time out for lunch
(drinks freebring your own
lunch).
1:30 2:45Softball game be-
tween Sholem Lodge and com-
bined AZA groups.
2:45 4:00Competive games
j all groups (sack races, etc.).
Prizes will be awarded to win-
| ners in all events. Greynolds Park
I is located at 165th St., N.E. and
Biscayne Blvd.
B'nai B'rith Forms
Bowling League
Formation of a South Florida
B'nai B'rith bowling league to
include ten lodges and twelve
women's chapters has been an-
nounced by C. R. Jacobson,
executive director of the B'nai
B'rith Council.
Following a planning meeting
at which Maurice Marenberg. na-
tional president of the national
B'nai B'rith bowling association
addressed members of the local
lodges, it was decided to set Sun-
day, September 10, at 10 a.m. as
B'nai B'rith bowling day. On that
morning, invitations will be ex-
tended to all members of B'nai
B'rith in south Florida to gather
together informally at the Bruns-
wick Bowland, 222 N.E. 13th St.,
opposite Sears. At that time plans
will be discussed for organization
of the league.
William Hechler, of Coral
Gables Lodge, has been named
temporary chairman of the league
and Julius Werner of North Shore
Lodge was appointed secretary.
Werner was secretary of the B'nai
B'rith bowling league in Detroit,
Mich., for many years.
Novices and experienced bowl-
ers will receive equal opportunity
under the proposed handicap plan
set forth in the national B'nai
B'rith bowling association. In-
structors will be on hand to assist
beginners during the first few
weeks of the tournament.
Announcement!
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MEMORIALS
Couple To Speak
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers will i
be the principal speakers at the
next meeting of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami
Jewish Community Center on
Sunday, September 3, at 3:30 p.m.
The Myers', who recently re-
turned from a tour of Europe
and Israel, will relate their travel
experiences to the group.
The monthly birthday party
will also be celebrated.
Levine Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Levine. formerly of 1935 Calais
Drive, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, September 3 at 1
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Hibbi Simon April officiating.
Mr. Levine is survived by his
widow, Fannie Levine. He was a
member of B'nai Itf-ael Congrega-
tion of Pittsburgh, Pa., and of the
Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish
National Workers Alliance of
Miami.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jenisti ncridttan
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
].otte E. Moses, one sister, and
three brothers. The family is
known in the South for its inter-
est in Jewish affairs.
i'.,:: M is. s served as a flier in
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
B'nai B'rifth 4 ounHI I .hum |M.S n .
To .Save ll>son >*. Halt Hoard j
the Pacific theater of operations
during World War II. He was
[promoted to captain in li>4!'. Per-
WASHINGTONNot long ago place an accurate concentration ihaps he had hoped to follow in
the Pittsburgh Telephone Com- on the enemy, forcing him to!the footsteps oft.his. u'ul1'- 'lu'
, . ... .general who retired from the
pany was asked why Jewish girls withdraw with heavy casualties, *orps WIth a briiiiant record.
ployed as operators. Sergeanl Irving Strobing, a Gen Moses was iargely re-
The company was horrified at the Signal C irps soldier who despite sponsible for the development and
estion of anti-Semitism, It n's Jewish arms learned to op- adaptation to military use of
kly emphasized that the com- erate !'"!'> telephone and radio amphibious tractors and the usel
pany tolerated no discrimination communications, sent the last of ramps on Higgins boats which
whatsoever. The reason Jewish egidor before facilitated Marine landing assaults
couldn't be hired was simply ,he JaPs swarmed over that be-in the Pacific. He was at one time
"because their arms are too short :' : ,in fort, I chief of staff of the Fleet Marine
to operate our switchboards." As viewed from Army archives Force, He saw service in Nicara-I
This explanation would have :n Washington, that's the long gua and Panama and also served
surprised P.F.C. Fred Friedman, and sllort f the Jewish arm sit- in China, the Philippines and I
of Brooklyn, who was killed in nation. Perhaps the phone com- trouble spots throughout the'
m in Korea. His arms were Panv Ul11 consider the matter at world during his forty years of
somehow long enough to operate greater length,
a U.S. Army field phone. And
service. Many Marines owe their
lives to tough training they re-
ceived at Parris Island when Gen.
.Moses was in command of the
base. The name "Moses" has been
entered in the corps' rich history.
IN THE MAIL
v ,.n, r-,a Je.w wh0 '"" Marine Corps headquarters was
\emed h ine transmitter, saddened by the death of Capt.
had arms adequately long to per- Vivien M. Moses, the first Marine
thTs tJ u avlator t0 be kllk'd in action in
ine phone company would be Korea
(%Tm ,]\"ever- '" the Capt. Moses was a member of
MS Of Sandford Rosen, of New one of South Carolina's oldest and
>rda tell why most prominent Jewish families.'
SEEL. I dnd theD,si'.n- He was .-, nephew of Marine Corps
k,H f,:,?hTSrHe d:r M-'K'! Genra] EmiIc P Moses The Jewish Floridian
his landing craft (retired), who is credited with Dear Sir
Normandy beachhead portant role in the develop- S,r<
amid bursts oi artillery fire. With ment of marine amphibious tact- want to express my genuine
the jcs. Another uncle. Herbert A. appreciation for the article about
The B'nai B'rith Councile will
sponsor a county-wide American-
ism program designed to conserve
our resources and prevent hoard-
ing, it has been announced by
Sanford M. Swerdlin, Miami at-
torney, recently appointed council
chairman of the Americanism and
civic affairs committee.
A feature of the project will be
the distribution of 2.000 placards
In retail stores from South Mfiumi
to Ojus and from Miami Beach
to (Spa Locka. The placards read:
"Conserve! Be Patriotic Buv
Only What You Need. Support
the United Nations."
"As the country's oldest Jewish
Service Organization," declared
Sidney Aronovitz. president of
Sholem Lodge, "it is the civic
duty and responsibility of B'nai
B'rith to intensify its American-
ism programs in these critical
MS
,h" Poster
lo the
times. It is hoped th ,
will act as a reminder
shopper that Amen,,, mua,
serve its resources J,!*'
demonstratc its faith in L*? *>
tion of democratic nai" PSI"
the United Nations." 'ns a1
The B'nai B'rith Council .
forward a supply p,^
wdenUfc
'." the Hollywood, Ft. LanES
and West Palm Beach S^
distribution in those cities
The project was hailed bvr-hn
veterans and service eroii
Dade County as a timel?
action, it
uPs in
patriotic action, it "is 's,S*
C._R. Jacobsn. council director.
The committee in charge oftk.
placard program Includes SurtS
M.
vitz.
n chairman.' aS
Kronenfeld \n2l
William L. Pallot, Burnett fif
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ypAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
* Jew 1st fhricfian
PAGE FIFTEEN
IWB Seeks 39 More
Chaplains For Duty
1Nf.vKh7vcTh;;sk;;i,i"^
F"'1(. J( wish community to
PI, it 39 additional Jewish chap-
l ,,, i. 1951. and approxi-
n0re by July 1, 1951.
Cfillthi quota urgently needed,
. enounced here this week
I'";' n I religious activi-
I National Jewish Wel-
,JWB). Since there
| Jewish chaplains on
with lhe armed forces,
Kp fulfillment of the quota will
thai there will be approxi-
;; ;,.-v ill) Jewish chaplains on
EStybyJuiy I, 1951.
AnnuuiiK ment of this quota was
_.ldl. by JWB's division of reli-
Ihe government-
Lthorized agency for recruiting
; and serving Jewish
bhaplains, in a communication to
Che heads of the Central Confer-
ican Rabbis. Rabbin-
f of America and
i; Council of America.
plains needed by
tn(l ,,; ur will enter the
n,vv will be placed in the
I 27 will receive army
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ll.iniiamsh I nil
fshiU's IKoal Ride
The I Miami Chapter of
I Federation will
ride on Sunday,
- 3, from 2:30 to 7 p.m.
-V! .vboat. Pier 7,
|( n.
!., resident of the or-
I t chairman of the
[. available at
J | '. Ave, Miami
j vat ions may be
I: 5-1466.
e music and re-
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Memorials for the
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THURMOND
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CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening nervlrea ;it 8:30;
Saturday morning ..i : Tha rabbi wlli
.....k "" Hi- Portion at the u -u
Mlnhna ;it 5:30 followed by Mlnihn
Shalos Kudos and Maarlv BervlceH.
SllchoH ni 12 mid nigh I 8aturdn\ The
rabbi'* topic will be "Mghl ..i Pnlth."
Dally ner\ Ices 7:::" a.m. and ;:!" p.m.
Hebrew I.....I .m,I registration from
\* a.m. i< noon,
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services nt (:00 p.m.
Saturday morning service! a) 8:80.
Mlnchn al 6 i> m. followed by Shalos
Sudos. sii.-ims ii:i:, Saturday. Rabbi
will preach on "Repentel......" Iti-Kis- j
tr.iti-.n for Hebrew and Sunday school I
September 8-10, Dally services 8 a m.
.111*1 6 |*.Ml.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 8:80.
Saturday morning services at !:
MTIncha at 6:15 p.m. Dally services '*'
7:80 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sunday morn
Ing services al 8, Rabbi dross will
teach a class in Mlshna Saturday al
6:80. School registration continues
dally from :* i, ',.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath services :it 8:45 a.m. Satur-
day.
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday nlghl ,-it 6:30; Satur-
dn> nl 9 a.m. Mlncha ;it 6:30 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Services
Sunday to Thursdaj 8 a.m. and 6:15.
Kellchoss services Saturday 12:30 mid-
night. All Young Israel members In
tli.. an.i are Invited to attend.
Temple israei (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Snbbath eve services at K:1 r. p.m.
Dr. Narot will conduct th< services.
Temple 13etn bnoiom tLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and
deliver the sermon.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk Si-
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Frldas eve. services at 7, Saturday
morning services al i'::i" Rabbi Honig
will preach on the Weekly iwtion of
the Law.
T'Fereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.;
Saturday 8:80 m. with Mlncha at 6.
All residents in that area are Invited
to attend.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor.
Mia, ha Friday 6:80. Saturday morn-
ing s.ivi,,s s: :'.'< a.m. Itabbl will
lectur...... Ethics ol the Fathers al
5:30 p.m. Mlncha al p.m. followed
ii\ Shalos Seudos. Maarlv at 7 p.m.
special Selicnoa service at mid-
night Saturda> Admission is free.
Dally servl
In Ml
8:15 p.m. fi
and
Talmud t
at office,
s at s a.m. followed by
shan by rabbi. Mlncha al
'lluu.li bj class in .leu Ish
''"''..... Ri gistratlon for
rah .in,| Kindergarten dally
Frldi
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixio
Highway, North Miami.
v nlng services at 8:15.
loroing services at 10.
Norlhside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
ate al services Friday evening.
Mm,i.e. school classes every Sunday n
the office or Dr. Win. Boros, 656 N W
62nd St.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
.\t services Frldaj evening al 8:18
p.m. tie rabbi will speak on "The
Uankruptcj ..i Religion." Services will
be held in the v patio.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
Ihodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services nl 8:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.
Mlncha .it 8:15 followed by Shalos
sud,.s Rabbi Mescheloff will sneak on
the portion of the Week. Sellcoth
services midnight Saturdnv. The
rabbi's topic will be "The i\i!i of CJ-d."
,i ,on for i eligious school i,. r ns
Sunday, September ::. al I" n.m Fall
term begins 3:30 September Children
enrolling for first time should i.e ac-
companied by parents, Sellcoth serv-
ices dallj beginning Monday, Sept.
I at 7:::'i a.m. followed by morning
e at \ a.m. I "ally afti m on
i es al 'i: l", p in. and 6:15 |i m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrino.
FYIda> evening service at 6:15
Saturday morning at 9. The Rabbi
will preach on "The Weekly Portion
of the Law." Sellchoth service al 11:30
Saturday night. Rabbi l.ehrnian will
speak on "When Clod Is Near." Dally
Hervlces it B a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:18.
Rabbi Fried will speak on "Step by
step.'" oneg Shabbal and open forum
will follow. Saturday morning services
al 8 80. R< gistratlon for Hebrew
school and Sunday BChool begin Sun-
day through the September 8 ;it the
(Vnter. High Holy Day Services will
be held al the Norin.mdi Theatre,
Tltli St and Collins Ave.
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
Regular services will begin as of
Rosh Hashona.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday nlghl services at 6; Saturday
morning at 9. Dally services at 8
a.nt.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at :t am.
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Friday nlghl services begin In
September. Registration for Hebrew
and Sunday school now open High
Holj Day services will be conducted
ic Rabbi Mfshits assisted by i
Lehi and choir.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Services Saturday morning at 9,
Bar Mltsvah of Kenneth Flnkel,
-on of Mrs. Raj Moi.tti. and
Jerry, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Kt ii, -i
Ros..... Rabbi Shapli o ill conduct
his IMh annual SllchOS service at
: l :30 Satui day night al the ni w Beth
David His sermon topic will be: "I
Will See You Again! Dally1 service.*
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at : 4r, p.m. Classes In Hebrew school
l a.m. to noon Mondays through
'Thursday. Hebrew ehool registration
September 18 and 19 from 3 to 5 10
Sunday school registration September
1" .mil IT from 10 a ni. to noon.
Congregation Beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ov3ky.
Friday evening services at C:30.
Saturday morning al v.". The rabbi
. will preach on the Portion of Ihe
Week. Mlncha at 3 i bj
Seudos and Maarlv services. Sllchos
after midnight Saturda) ci a m l, the
t., bbl u i:i c oncii: i service? and addt ess
: th<.....ngrega i Ion. I'., i \ Ice 7 :::'i
a in. followed bj class In Mlshna. Mln-
, ha services al 6:30 follow ed or
Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by
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Mondays and Wednesdays by idas.s In
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
.IVlVtV
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
South American countries are
desirous of helping out the United
States Israeli basketball team in
securing funds to defray the cost
of sending the team to Israel.
Consequently, the United States
basketball squad by this time has
left for an extended tour of
Biazil. A last minute proposition
exit nded to the committee by the
promoter who saw the City Col-
lide trip vanish in thin air has
resulted in the sending of our
unit to tour Brazil for fhree
weeks. Leaving the States late in
August, the organization, under
the guidance of Coach Bobby
s. nd, assistant to Nat Holman, the
City College roach, will spend
threi .i eks in Brazil an I return
tin* to play .. b< n< I it game
ment of the fund at
Beai .".. N .'. Y
trip to
i United States I .. li K,>k< i-
:i!y
. ughl the
.-. unaware I it
npossibl
,-ho will
thi trip I ts for the
: M ( '
~: enough
II eventually i > pi esent the
. games.
A. :;
'' I City ;'
\rtie G
reached i t theii
ectivi in nd were
.... ...
quad Abe
1 fiftl
nit wl
3tal Vviv was
... ...
ther took ill
ncel Ins
Ch W
luquesn i was
ted and v
Ed
; I i L'niv< : il
"' : nother
ternati the Soutl
trip li. 3 nol
' nth.
mer. Die St. P:,;;l Saints'
. man, u. ... ng the
i Associal n
August 10.
I ne in his
' m> park Th s record
tradictory to the generally ac-
cepted theory, exemplified by
Babe Ruth and Mel Ott, that a
slugger will blast more homers
on his home field than anywhere
else.
Lammer Lou. the 23-year-old
New Yorker of Jewish descent
had hit 23 homers, but not until
August 10 did he get one at the
Saints" Lexington Park. A 400-ft.
blow over the right field wall, it
marked his first since the season*s
opening. Up to that point. Leving-
ton Park had been rough on his
regular batting average, not to
mention his homer-total.
"A lot of players have a jinx
park." says Lou. "but why dues
mine have to be the one in which
I play the most gam< S?"
During July, the Saints had a
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long home stretch and Lou went
hitless 31 times at bat and finally
broke the spell when he moved
across the river to Minneapolis'
Nicollet Park, where he hit his
first home in 32 trips to the plate.
The first night home, he got two
safeties, but the jinx persisted as
he was almost knocked cold by a
thrown ball during pre-game in-
field drill.
With Lincoln last year, Lou led
j the Western League in homers
with 29 and batted .315. In three
of his four seasons of Organized
ball he's topped the 20-homer pace
and the .300 mark. That was be-
fore he hit Lexington Park.
In addition to his pace-setting
23 homers. Lou was leading the
American Association in runs
batted in with 88, although most
of his RBIs, along with his hits,
were coming on foreign soil.
St. Paul nas some 22 road games
left to play, so if Lou's luck on
other fields continues at the same
pace, he'll probably bang out
close to 30 homers and pass the
century mark in runs-batted-in.
It's annoying to Lou that if he
had done the same hitting in front
of the home folks, where he
should be at his best, he now
would have 40 round-trippers and
100 RBIs to his credit, with an
average around .360.
Al Rosen, sensational Cleveland
Indian third baseman, already has
established a new record for home
runs hit by third basemen in the
major leagues. When k
the thirty mark J^
he erased a mark created k8*81'
troifs Kell. ueated by
Young Zionists
Hear Bandol
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Jen1st) flcridttajn
PAGE SEVENTEEN

| Ginsburg, Veteran Kosher Hotel
Off the ReCOrd |>Prator, Takes Over Strath Haven
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
HEAIW AND RECORDED
I don't know whether it is good
{0r Jews or not but there is a
strong possibility that a Jew may
taherit Ernest Bevin's post as
Brtisli Foreign Minister. He is
the 39-vear-old deputy Morris
Edelman. a journalist by profes-
sion There is very strong senti-
ment for him in the powerful
executive of the Labor Party. If
BfVin steps down, as rumors have
it Edelman will have the backing
0f Premier Atlee, who was quite
impressed by Edelman's perform-
ance as British representative at
tne recent conference of the
European Council Bartley
Crum i- cut of the picture as our
next assador to Israel. Gen-
eral William E. Riley has the
inside track. The appointment will
be announced when he returns
from Israel The UN Palestine
( liation Commission is about
to rnee1 the fate of all flesh.
Unable to bring its peace efforts
to fruiti >n the body will ask its
,t,.n dissolution at the next ses-
s : hi Gi neral Assembly. Its
will say that the only road
een Israel and the
Aral) states is through direct
Contrary to Arab
expectati ins the partition resolu-
tion will not be on the agenda
of the n< \t Assembly session.
American opposition to the move
WU1 | Vatican circles are
| ned to push the Jerusalem
intern .lion scheme at this
plomatic reasons. In
fe to say that the UN
avoid the issue at
Assembly session.
FROM MANY CORNERS
A movement is afoot to move
I Naftali Hertz
Imber, in case you
is the author of
!i i national hymn.
i who became im-
history through
n of a song of hope
i 1 thi imagination of
millions o1 Ji deserves eternal
rest in Israi A German film
pany has completed produc-
iion of Anski's iamous play "'The
Dibbuk.'' Jew&*im Germany are
who permitted the
.company ;o produce the Anski
Uli At a recent session of
' strian parliament it was
out that over three
Ihundred Nazi laws are still on
the books. Among them is the
edict against shcchitah. the decree
compelling Jewish women to use
the name Sarah and the Jewish
men to use the surname Israel
Belgium anti-Semites have
found a new anti-Jewish weapon.
The abdication of King Leopold,
they say, was of Jewish making.
The fad'that it was a Jewish
general. A. Rosenbaum, who com-
manded the military garrison that
guarded the King on his return
horn Switzerland was naturally
overlooked by the anti-Semites.
It was also the same Jewish gen-
eral u: was assigned to main-
tain order m Brussels during the
lanti-Le, p,,|d demonstration .
The (.nv Yiddish newspaper in
im has ceased publication.
ine publishers announced that
the readers of "Unser
. word, hid left for
,'s|ael The report that the
anded Rosselini as a
ri raises the question
Wife, Ingrid Berg-
Jewish origin. I have
d authority that the
tress :s really Jewish.
adox of our times that
,. '. uld marry a fascist.
igain who can deny
3 blind.
Workshop Will Present
Life Of Labor Leader
A special Labor Day program
on the life of Samuel Gompers,
first president of the American
Federation of Labor, will high-
light the Radio Worshop for
Democracy broadcast over station
WMIE, Sunday, September 3, at
7:45 p.m. Burton Nuchols, presi-
dent, Miami Central Labor Union,
will present Labor Day greetings
immediately following the broad-
cast.
Dadio Workshop for Demo-
cracy, which broadcasts live
dramatic programs designed to
bui id "good human relations, is
sponsored by the YMCA, the
YWCA, the Civic Theater of
Greater Miami, the Miami Light
Opera Society, the Florida Re-
gional Office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith and
the Coral Gables Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith.
Cast includes Ross Kurner, Bob
Brenner, James Bishop, Bob La
Flower, J. Harokf Butte, Dave
King and Bernard Zweigel.
Directors are Gertrude Marx
and Bernard Hutner.
The entire series is under the
technical supervision of Bernard
Hutner, assistant director of the
Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
This program marks six months
of continual weekly broadcasts of
Radio Workshop for Democracy.
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Sponsor Summer Dance
Deborah Group of Hadassah
will sponsor its annual summer
dance on Friday, September 1, at
8:30 p.m. at the Sovereign Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Murray Grauer congratulates Nathan Ginsburg on
taking over the Strath Haven Hotel.
Nathan Ginsburg, veteran
i Kosher hotel operator, will take
[over the Strath Haven Hotel, 411
; Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, on
October 1.
The six-story oceanfront hostel-
! ry. now undergoing extensive
i renovations to bring it up to
1 luxury standards, contains 100
| rooms with bath, 150-foot strip
i of private beach, roof-top so-
' larium, outside patio, game room,
synagogue on premises and a
200-seat dining room stringently
adhering to dietary laws. The
dining room will cater to wed-
dings, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs
and other festive occasions, the
new operator announced.
Ginsburg, a pioneer in the
American Kosher hotel field, has
operated a number of hotels in
both Atlantic City and Miami
Beach and has acquired a national
reputation for the success of his
ventures.
Coming to Miami Beach from
Atlantic City over fifteen years
ago, he has played a significant
role in the civic and religious life
of the community. A member of
the board of directors of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob, he is also
affiliated with Beth Tfilah, Beth
El and Young Israel congrega-
tions. He was instrumental in
organizing the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth and has served
as president of that body. One
of the founders of the Hebrew
Academy, Ginsburg has been one
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Associated with Ginsburg in the
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who have been active in previous
operations with him. Both young
men have participated in the
tormation of Young Israel Syna-
gogue. The former, who will
serve as resident manager of the
hotel, is secretary of the con-
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been named comptroller, is
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Experts To Aid
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held
Sundi Sepl mber :<. from 7:30
m. ;,; thi ii. v mild-
1720 S W 17th SI
: hose inv ted 1
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county commissioners, city of-
: .'. Miami and othei
l. Sroli i arch,
n I ii ol B'nai
B < and Da\ id Zeff, exi cutive
\. w 15: itain Jewish
:
It.ilihi's Si'Miimis
Are Published
In Manual
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
spiritual leader of the Beth Jac >b
egation, is a contributor tor
the seventh successive year to
The Manual of Holiday Ser-
mons" published by the Rabbini-
cal Council of America. In thin
edition two of his sermons
appear.
"The Succah Walls"' is devoted
to a pragmatic exposition of the
laws of the holiday tabernacle.
This Is the Bread" is a presenta-
tion of the basic philosophy of
Passover.
Rabbi Mescheloff is now com-
pleting a major work on the legal
and social aspects of legislation
in Biblical and Talmudic times
His article on "Procedure in Ob-
taining a Religious Jewish Di-
vorce" constitutes a chapter in
the legal volume published this
year by James M Cars >n on "The
Law of the Family, Marriage and
Divorce in Florida."
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER!, l950
Flagler-Uranada
Women To .>|>*>t
The Women's Activities Cm
mittee of the Flagler-GransSl
Jewish Community Center wm
meet Friday, September 1 at ,
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Raym, J
I.ev.ne. 420 N.W. 33rd Ave ta
complete plans for a dinner dinr.
to be given in the near fiC
Mrs. Al Ziegler and Mrs. S,dn,v
Stiller have been named ,,,
chairmen of the event Assisting
them is Mrs. Ralph Lang. g
The group is now impletinc a
survey of all school-age children
in the area and is formulating
plans for an after-school program
a nursery school and a teen-ate
group, all to be under the direc-
tion of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation. Mrs. Nat Trauman and
Mrs. Ben Clein are in charge of
this project.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
lleaell >lasala To
Sponsor llanee
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will sponsor a
Laboi Day dance on Saturday.
nber 2, 9 p.m. at the Cadil-
lac Hotel. Miami Beach.
Music will be furnished by
Rusty Russell and her all girl
rhumba band, with entertainment
by the Roberl Gallub Dano
:nian for the affair is Sam
Soldinger. who is assisted by
Mi y Feldman, Monte Popover,
Jack Dulberg, Dave Goodwin and
Doris Aronson.
CHARMING
ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
Seeks Acquaintance wilh
gentleman, fine caliber
Age 55-60
Mrs. K. Box 2973, Miami 18
Slioloui Lolj>. To Observe Jewish
I lmill Tuesclav .\iln
fi tured in a
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lucatioi
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execu
recti.]- of the Miami Jewish I
muni!-.- Center; Louis Schwartz-
xi ul ive direct ir of the
u 'i Jewi E lucation:
Rabbi Max SI th David
1' tion; and Rabbi Mori is
thi C ral G ble: Jewish
Cent
Chairman D a v i d
Stuzin has a ecific as-
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I -'in Skop acting as
rator. Grossman w ill de-

;. centers in in
i adjustments to fellow-
youth 5 duled
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of the subject, d
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the Great M i Rabbi
,vill tell ol
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MIAMI BEACH
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ROSH HASHONAH YOM KIPPUR
September 12-13 September 21
Kol Nidre, Eve. Sept. 20
Yiskor. Sept. 21
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
WILL OFFICIATE AT ALL SERVICES
Assisted By
CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING
And the Center Choir
Under the Direction of Mr. Ben Yomen
To Be Assured of Reservations
Please Contact Center Office Open Daily 9 to 5
Evenings in the Synagogue 7 to 9:30
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Beth David Synagogue
wishes all its members and friends
.1 Happy ami Healthy New Year
Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue,
on Coral Way and 26th and 27th Roads
ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES
September 12th and 13th
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
September 21st
SEATS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
Tickets may be purchased Monday through Thursday from
7:30 to 9:30 P.M.. Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
For further information and reservations please call
3-1970 or 9-3469.
Students services during the High Holidays will be conducted
in the vestry room of the Synagogue.
MAX SHAPIRO
Rabbi
BERNARD A. STERLING
President
MAURICE MAMCHES
Cantor
LEON SHIFF
Choir Director


f-pjDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950
vJewisli fhridHfur
Concert Series
Set For Beach
Sunday concerts of the Uni-
,,f Miami Symphony
Orchestra will be held next sea-
the Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium, 1700 Washington
Ave>i according to Mrs. Marie
Volpi' business director of the
concerl programs.
T|u. ieries of subscription con-
certs will begin October 29 with
pjse Stevens, mezzo soprano of
,lu. Metropolitan Opera Company,
as guest artist. Time
for the Sunday concerts has been
from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30
-,, Single exception to this
schedule will be the concert
featuring Ljuba Welitch, Metro-
politan soprano, which will be
held al the Beach Auditorium
January 21 at 3:30 p.m.
On Monday evenings the uni-
versity series will, as usual, be
held :it 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
High School Auditorium. Sub-
scribers to either series who wish
mge their seats from one
[location l<> the other may do so
| until September 10.
Following are the dates for both
i c mcerts: October 29 and
130. Ris4 Stevens; November 19
and 20. Erica Morini, violinist;
iDecember 10 and 11, Rudolf
IFirkusny, pianist; January 21 and
[22. Ljuba Welitch: February 11
land 12, Oscar Levant, pianist;
iMarch 4 and 5, Jascha Heifetz,
(violinist: April 8 and 9. Leonard
Warren, baritone; April 29 and
|30. Still Anderson, pianist; May
13 and 1-1. Leonard Rose, 'cellist.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE NINETEEN
IV t?u-DEm OF PUBLICATION
'\ '-''' ",'''rlT COURT MK Till-
Ill II .HI, I, |A| CIRCUIT IV iv
FOR DADE COUNT^PLORIDA-
1N CHANCERY, No 134995 A'
'v:sN'lr".^-i:i,.,!'i,,:,W,'l',-s: "''ll..tlff.
Defendan{rDA CAB*0 'iu.s.
T9i nIulEnPA.CASTJSLL0 "'"--
91 Una Domingo, Ferreira
Rio da Janeiro, Braill
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
of fomplalnl for Divorce hai i.....
"~2,i5?In,w >"" "" >'u are herebj
requlied to Barve a cops of s
Plaintiff a attorney, and file tin
original Answer in the office "r
1 lerk
the
otherwise the allegations of said BUI
"i < .Mm,1.niu win i. taken
tensed against you.
Dated thla 28th day ,,f August, I8S0
!. B. LEATHERMAN.
lur
m.,i answer in in,- oKlce "f the
s of the Circull Court, un or before
-.Hi day of Si |ii,.mi,,.i. 1950;
con-
Clerk of the
Courl Real)
By R ll
Circuit Court,
(Circuit
RICE,
GEORGE .7. TAI,IANu|--V''""V
At tome) at Law
il'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beat li, |. lorida
9/1-8-15-22
JR.,
Clerk.
134"
NCRAC Tackles Charge
Of 'Unethical Solicitation'
Of Advertisements
Community Rcla-
Council, at a
York with repre-
of the American
nl English-Jewish
s, considered the
by the English-
nd editors that
..up of publications have re-
sorted to unethical practices in
the solicitation of advertisements.
/ins unanimously at the view
that this mailer falls within the
jurisdiction <> NCRAC and should
aired in public courts,
-sued the following
no!
be
CRAC
itement
"In the interests of the total
community, the National
ommunity Relations Advisory
has taken cognizance of
of the alleged unethical
actice by Jewish publications in
e securing of advertisements.
n-Wednesday, August 24, a com-
ittee df the NCRAC met with
^preservatives of the American
ition of English-Jewish
ewspapers and at an early date
ill similarly confer with offi-
I publications concernt-d
;;!i this problem."
Follow-up meetings with
association and
concerned will
New York during
Oling weeks.
V\''?K- 'rr,"CS,s-K. I'lalntlff. vs.
FRANK H'CIIICSSE. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANK LUCHES8E
208 East ii5th Street
New York. New Y.nk
YOU are hereby notified that a Hill
of 11 omplaliit for Divorce has .....n
mod against you, and you are required
to serve a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kin of complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, VVASMAN
WEINKLE K- KE88LER, ::ifi Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, ami file the
irlglnal Answer or Pleading in the
ifflce of the Clerk of the Circull
Court on or ln-foro Up. :,th ilav of
September, 1950. if you fail to do bo,
Judgment by default will i. taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Dill nf Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7 day of August, A.D.
1950.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull Court, Dade Count}', Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, WEINKLE .v- KESSLER
::n; Seybold KuiidiiiK
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for rialntlff
8/11-18-25 I l
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
wPJ'SS BY PUBLICATION
,.-l .'i1/'. '1TIJ COURT OF THE
i: : ;.,'-N Judicial circuit
E*8,-'^c^ncerHoS
T-, r.E^NTD1RJYIA^'VORCE
'. vvhai,-,, DrUg Company
"t Comp?aietrefel B5||'"^ thai a BUI
i,',' y'.'"'' A"-.' or
mil of i omplalnl on
Anaw^'pCdlng"1.8
the Uerk ,,, ,,. ,.,,
';/;;; the uu, ,u,,
''" ff you fall ,,, do
'!;;"' "'I be taken agYlnet you t.
Comptai'St. ""'-"I""
I'hls noil
Pleading to the
'he Plaintiffs
of
in Hi,. ,,fn
an Courl on in
"I September,
JiifiKiiient by
lii the iiill of
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
nnsecutive
I' loridian.
Weeks
each week for'four '"' p"b"hi "
in The Jewish
, DONE AND
l-l'-i iila.
A.D. 1950,
_, '' B. LEATHERMAN. clerk
' Ircult Court, Dade Co
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w.
ihis" I'm,"1'-''-'-" r "'"
"us nth day of August,
>unty, Florida.
JACK RI.OCK
MtarS?y8?.WFPoUr!?a,n*
Att.n.p.y for ,,a,,iff
STOCK I.VI;,
Deputy Clerk.
IX
THB '""^~UBLICATI0N
c. l.Vi-i.'.l,!l,,'IIT COURT OF TDK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nt.im! I'T"t DADE COUNT?
litTM ~ lN CHANCBRT, No.
BSTH.J1;. P"ZIS- I'lalntlff. vs.
48 Seventh Avenue,'
Passalc, New Jersey.
i Km ArRHERBBJ NOTIFIED that
i* ?\. Complaint for Divorce has
Building
oi iglnal
Offl.....
the
the
be
the
foot Ride Scheduled
Ben Gu jon Branch of the Jew-
lal Workers Alliance
i boat ride on Mon-
ber 4, at 2 p.m. abroad
Si as, which will leave
City Yacht Basin.
' Harry Queen is chairman
ii. Reservations may
by calling 2-3727
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
20446.
RE: ESTATE OK
ALTON RF.YNOLDS DILLARD,
Deeeased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the estate of Alton Itevnolds
Hillaril, deeeased: and that on the
21st day of September, 1960, I will
apply in the Honorable W. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge aa Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Alum Rey-
nolda Dillard, il......aseil.
This 17th day of August, IK.'.n.
l.l.MIRK ROBICHAUD DILLARD,
Administratrix.
MORTON ROTHENBERQ
--'< I.ineoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Administratrix
S 25 9 1-8-15
been filed againsl you and you
required to sen-e a copy of vour
atitwer or pleading to the Kill of Com-
Pjaini .hi the plaintiffs attorneys
Myers, lleiman & Kaplan, 650 Seybold
Miami, Florida, and file the
answer or pleading in the
f the Clerk of the Circull
i oun on or before the l.'.th da] of
September, 1950. If you fail t,, ,i,', ....
Judgment by default will be taken
iagainsl you for the relief demanded
in Un- Kill ,,r c.....plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ......seeutlve weeks
in The Jewish Plorldian.
I "one ami Ordered .it Miami. Floi Ida,
this 15th day of August, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
, Deputy Clerk.
Ml ER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
\ 18-25 9 1-fc
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lh.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Business Press K Letter Service at
'' N, W. 67th Street, Miami. Florida,
intends to regiater said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
THEODORE I. SEGAL
s/ii-is-r, !' i
ormer Beach Resident
ies In Los Angeles
been received here
ath of Maurice Jacobs,
::' iident of Miami Beach,
">s Angeles, California, on
22. Mr. Jacobs, who
law in this area for U
"- is survived by his wife,
"; two sons. Dexter and
I lighter, Mrs. Myron
on. Interment was in Los
{i li
ttnple Vouth
*se LoadorN
Unda Fink of Jacksonville was
President of the South-
ration of Temple Youth
ni/ation's annual meet-
^Palm Beach.
,,'.''' vice presidents were
d\ iU,uNt-'Iso". Miami. Ellen
ao in- v Klny> Ga- a"d Kat
stuiL M"ntg''mery, Ala. Judy
se'n,Was named correspond-
wraetary; Ann Solomon. Sa-
vid q recording secretary;
w5rP West- Palm Beach-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious m........f
MO-MAC STORES al :i"l Bnst Flagler
Street, Intend to regiater Bald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, P"h>i Ida.
Ml'RRAY STATER
MAX rtl'DEN
I 'o-l'artn. is
8/11-18-25 9 l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmer Letter Service al 329 N.E. i>t
Ave., Miami, intends to register said
name with the Clark of Hi. Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH KAUFMAN
Owner
FREDERICK S. OROSSBERO
Attorney for Applicant
8/11-18-15 9/1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
far messenger service.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTT. IN CHANCERY, No,
134737.
MAKltiX MACI'IIKRSOX. Plaintiff,
vs. ROBERT c. MACPHERSON,
Defendant.
TO: KOKKHT C. MACI'HEUSON
'l Murdoch Road,
Bast Rockaway,
Long Island, New fork
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Kill of Complaint
for Divorce on tin plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
offiee of the cieik of the Circull
Court on or before the 1 Itb day ol
Sept., A.D. i960; otherwise, the Kill
of Complaint for Divorce, hereto!.....
I filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
14 day of Aug., 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Daile County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: C. It. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida.
N/lS-2.', 9 1-S ___________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'l'li JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 13472a
DORIS K. O'CONNOR, Palntiff, vs.
WALTER II. O'CONNOR, Defend-
TO: WALTER II. O'CONNOR
135 WEST LEXINGTON DRIVE
OLENDALE, CALIFORNIA
YOU ARE HEREBY REQI IRED to |
s.!\,- u copy of your Answer to the
Dill of i 'omplalnt for I >l>": ec "ii the
Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the
original Answer in the Office of the
clerk nf the Circull Courl on or before
the 1Mb day of September, I960, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint heretofore
filed herein will be taken as con-
l. wed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, the 11th
day of August, 1950.
!:. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT coi'ltT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
''!'->"rv. |N- CHANCERY, No.
1.1 Mi.l.i.
CEIL SHAY, Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON SHAY, Defendant,
SUIT FOU DIVORCE
l": MILTON SHAY,
o Laurels l lountry club,
Sacketl Lake
New York.
You, MILTON SHAY, are hereby
notified thai a Kin ,,f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copj
8Fniyo,ir A"-""' oi Pleading to the
i.ill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Milion A. Friedman, 1023
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and
rile tin original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
i in un Cm i on hi before the i day
of September, 1950. ir you fail to .1"
so, ludgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint
rius notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In I he Jewish Florldlan,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this y day of August, A.D.
l :i.,a.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Couit Seal)
By WM, w. STOCKING,
MILTON A FRIEDMANePUty CMt
1023 Seybold isidg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/11-1S-2:, 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious naue of
Kiddy Klothea Mobile at :;::;^ S.W.
23rd Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida.
MORRIS GOLDBERG
LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
8 25 :. 1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIxmiDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
132513-R
ABEDNKiO B. SEYMOUR, Plaintiff,
vs. JUSTINA SEYMOUR, Di fend
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ro: .1 usl ina Si vmour,
Car,- No. i,
298 W.st H2th Street.
New York City, N. Y.
You are herebj notified thai a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has l.. n
filed against you, and you are requ
to nerve a copy ..f your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Comp il
the plaintiff's Attorneys, KATZ
FULLER & CCLBREATH, .17 I Si
bold Bldg.. Miami, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleadlni
offl......r the Clerk of the i 'Ircull I
on or before the 5th da) of Septeml
I9.'i0, If you fail to do so. judgm
by default will be taken againsl
for the relief demanded In the Bll
..f Complaint.
This notice shall be published o
each week for four consecutive wei
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Ml
Florida, this 4th day of August, A D,
19.-.0.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull i 'oun. Da- County, Fl
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) M. C FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
KATZ. FULLER CCLBREATH,
.",47-.",:) Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
S/ll-lS-LT, < I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MILDRED'S SHOP at 115 E. Flagler
Street, Dade County, State of Florida,
Intend to register said name ulih the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of bade
Count)-, Florida.
.11 Al. SHERIDAN
HEN STAREN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
8/11-18-25 9 l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given thai tin
undersigned desires to engage
business under the fictitious name
SUGAR BOWL
at 201 S.W. Hi .\\r. Miami. Fla.
JEAN HERMAN,
Sole i iwn.-r
MANFRED J. BERLINER, ESQ.,
-: l I.ineoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
8> 11-18-25 V/l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n
Mark Construction Co. al 920 Ji fferson
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to reglstei said name with the Cle k
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LEO MARK
Si .I.- I iwner
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Building
v 11-18-25 9 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious n i
sans si in -| ESTATES al
Olympla Building, Miami. Florida, I
tends to eglsti -a Id ns me with the
i 'lerk of the i llrcult Co Dad
County, Florid
BISIIAYNE 111 H'LEVARl'
ESTATES, INC.
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Bli ij in Bouleva .1
Estates, Inc.
V II-1V-J". 11 1
NOTICE BY
IN THE CIRCUI
ELEVENTH I
i IF l'l.i IRIDA,
PUBLICATION
r i 'I ll'RT i >F THE
I'DICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND FOB DADE
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, 1
of
STOCKINH,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Aildr.
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
NORMAN It LYONS
:hii n\ mpia KiiililiuK
Miami. Florida.
8/18-25 :' 1-S_ _____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, doslrtng to ,iik.iu.- in
business under the fictitious na..... of
Snow Man Beverages and also South-
ern Beverages al 2056 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
MARION FREHLING
ROSE KRAMER
JACK MIDI.Kit
DAVID BLANK
MICHAEL BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/1S-25 9/1-8
FI.OKIDA. IN CHANCERY, N
134627
UAi.pii T. POWELL and iiilda
POWELL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs.
WILLIAM A QARLICK and I.VDIA
B. OARLICK, his wife, Lefendants.
TO: William \ o VRLICK and
LYDIA B. GARLil "K, his wife
Wapplnger Falls, Duchess County,
New York
ALL PERSONS HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY IN-
TEREST IN TDK FOLLOWING
LAND:
Lot 16 of Block 3 of ENGLEWi >D,
a Subdivision ac......ling to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plal Book 7.
page 3S of the Public Records of
i '..... i 'ounty, Florid i.
YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are
herebj notified that a suit hai
brought againsl you l.\ RALPH T.
POWELL and HILDA POWELL, his
wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs
and to remove certain clouds from
. i title t.. the land !
di icd, hlch ar< In D "I. i 'ounty,
Floi i.i ami j .j are herebj required
to file your appearance In this
before the 8th das of Septe
1950, othei Ise the all, tin of the
bill of complaint In said sull will be
taken as confessed bj you.
Dati il. this 9th daj of August, 1950.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circull Court
(Circuit Cent Si il)
By M. c. FEIGE,
Deputy CK-rk
MAN R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiffs
922 Seybold Pan. .
Miami. Florida
.v 11-18- 25 9 1
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, N
134374,
HARRY KEENAN, Plaintiff. VS.
MARY A KEENAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i: MARY A. KEENAN,
3540 B3rd Street,
.i.n kson Heights.
Long Island, New Vork
You ai hei ebj no! Ifli 'I tha I B Bill
of 'ompla Int for l dvoi ce li -
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy "i" your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Mj
iman & Kaplan, 650 Seybold Build-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
134916.
LEONA LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY LEVIN, Defendant.
TO: HENRY LEVIN
j.iii West 92nd Street
New York, New York
You are herebj ordered and required
< a copy of your Answer to
the Dili oi Complaint for Divorce,
in]" of which la enclosed herewith,
on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original in the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Courl on or before the
20th daj "f September, 1950, otherwise
the allegations of laid Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Fiorina, this 22nd
daj ol August, 1950.
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL .1 RAND. Attorney
10H7 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
8/25 9/1-8-15
Inar, Miami. Florida, and file
original Answer or Pleading in
offi.-e of the Clerk of the i "In it''
on or before the 6th day of September,
1950. If you fall to do so, Judgment bj
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Compla Int,
This notice shall be publisl
each w. i i, for four consi cutive a eek i
in Tin- .1. li li Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 7th daj of August, A.D.
1950.
I-: B. LEATHERMAN, I
Circuit Com t. i Mde i -.unit), Fl irlda.
(Circuit cunt Seal)
Bj WM. W. STOCKING,
l li pui
MYERS, HEIMAN .. KAPLAN,
\x i: ding,
\i la n I, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
- 11-18-23 9 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th it
l he undei signed, de: I to i e In
busini the fiet ltd of
PKEK-OF-U at 911 8. W
M ':.!. Florida, Intends to register
name with t he i 'lerk
Circuit Court ol Fl Ida.
LEO si lA IN
GEi IRGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
i-'" Llm Road
M ami I:.....h. Florida
At torm y for Applicant
8 18-23 '.' 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT1
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
14483.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS MINSK. lie, eased.
To AH Creditors and All Pi rsoni Hav-
ing Claims or I 'emanils Ag I
Said Estate:
You, and each ol you, arc hereby
notified and required to present a u
claims and demands which you, or
i ither of j on, n aj have againsl thi
estati ol LOUIS MINSK, I
late of Miami. Dade County, Florl
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, Cou
Judge of Da,!,- County, and file the
same in his office in the Counts
thouse In Dade Count}*, Floi
within eight calendar months from
the dale of the first publication here-
of, said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
in be Bworn to and presented as afoi -
said, or same Will be hailed. See
Section 120 of the 1982 Probate Act.
1 late AllgUSt 18, A I I, 1950
ABB1E MINSK.
As Executrix of the Last will and
Testament of LOUIS Minsk.
Deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
8/25 9/1-8-13


PAGE TWENTY
* L*i,i*t ncrktttn
Israeli Newsletter
By ADA OREN
TEL AVIVOut of about 650
localities at present existing in
the State of Israel nearly half are I
alreadv considered ripe for mu- ;
nicipal" status of one kind or
another by the Ministry of In-
terior. While there were only 35
municipal units at the termina-
tion of the mandate, the number
is now over eightysome 151
cities, nearly 50 local councils
(communities of under 25.000 in-'
habitants), and over twenty
regional councils, each comprising
from four to twenty villages of
all persuasions and ages, even
representatives of Arab villages
and of convents. One such union
is headed bv a woman, a well-
known.Pohsh Ghetto fighter who
joined a Galilee Kibbutz.
The scheme of '"sharing" the
countryside among the inhabi-
tants of the various regions is
regarded with apprehension by
some business interests in view of
the predominantly socialistic
character of most agricultural
settlements which is naturally re-
flected in the various types of
regional charters. Fears have
been voiced that regional author-
ities based in villages might tend
to restrict the further develop-
ment of existing towns. But. al-
though villages situated at the
outskirts of towns generally ob-
ject to then inclusion in town-
planning areas in the course of
the current process of extention
of city limits, the government and
Jewish Agency central planning
authorities in practice supersede
possible restrictive tendencies. As
the biggest landowners in the
country, they are constantly
founding new settlements and
towns without even requesting
the opinion of established neigh-
bors, and as a matter of fact
villagi usually patriotic
enough to give up tracts of na-
ti i...l land held by them on a
practically interminable lease for
the benefit of immigrants settling
ing them.
Where all member units in a
new regional council are newly
established, as in the Jerusalem
neighboring regions sup-
ply instructors in administration
As the municipalization pf es-
tablished communities approaches
completion the Ministery of the
Interior is turning its atti
increasingly to the one hundred
er immigrants' communities,
most of which will be incorpor-
ated into neighboring established
towns. Until then, temporary
councils manage affairs under
government supervision and with
government subsidies. Where
final municipal status has been
accorded the inhabitants have
proved ready to assume the fi-
nancial responsibilities involved.
In such resettled abandoned
towns as are still under military
government, municipalities are
headed by representatives of the
military governor and the Minis-
try of 'the Interior.
The military until now objected |
in principle to municipal elections i
in areas still governed by them I
because of their general over-
wh /lining Arab population. But
since the central government
wishes to transfer to the in-,
habitants the load of education,
and other expenses now borne by j
it directly, a compromise has been
reached "permitting the munici-
palization of all but about ninety
Arab villages. The first on the
list are those whose inhabitants
assisted our forces and even
fought in our minority units dur-
ing the war of independence.
Naturally, the inhabitants of;
backward areas are often not
interested in the change, and in
some localities the literacy rate
is too low to permit it. In one
village which never was under
military government the usual
bitter "inter-family feuds have
completely paralyzed a temporary 1
council constituted by agreement
of all factions, and the situation
promises to be similar in a num-
ber of others.
It is now proposed to make
compulsory the incorporation into
regional groups of all localities
of up to 2Q.000 voters for purposes
of common interest such as water,
sewage, soil conservation, roads,
etc. In fact, the area around and
including Tel Aviv, which con-
sists of several independent
towns, is already known as the
Dan Bloc or Greater Tel Aviv for
purposes of communiciations and
the like, and Greater Haifa has j
als I become a frequent, though
still unofficial term. At the same-
time Tel Aviv, incorporating
Jaffa, is being subdivided into
four boroughs of approximately
50.000 inhabitants to facilitate its
administration. It remains to be
seen whether the subdivision will;
not accentuate the difference in
the levels of city services between
the older and wealthier centre
and the new or slum suburbs.
which require enormous invest-
ment, bring little revenue and
threatened lately to p.iy no
taxes at all unless these improve-
ments were forthcoming.
The incorporation of new de-
velopments of abandoned areas
i resettled with immigrants into
established townships is often
accompanied by considerable heat.
Voters' lists are at present being
prepared for the countryside
' municipal elections now fixed for
November 14. after most councils
had their powers prolonged by
government decree again and
again and concillors added by
appointment instead of election
during various periods of emer-
Igency. Since only one half year's
residence is now required for vot-
ing, and the population is growing
all the time, a different c osing
date for electoral lists may decide
the outcome of elections. Voting
laws have recently been codified
by the Knesset with the elimina-
tion of various government rights
of interference and all restrictions
on the franchise. Until polling day
the number of councillors to be
elected will probably be raised
and their functions redefined, as
expanding cities require either
more numerous subcommittees or
department head specialists for
effective government.
Since increased labor repre-
sentation is foreseen in Tel Aviv
and Haifa and labor is becoming
increasingly aggressive also in
Jerusalem, where the only alter-
native to a labor-dominated se-
cular coalition would be a very
strict orthodox regime, l/ie labor
vice mavors of all these towns are
now being groomed for the
mayoralty.
Elections continued to be super-
vised by the Ministry of the
Interior. In newly settled locali-
ties, where experiments in "free"
elections were made by Hista-
druth. abuses became so wide-
spread that all parties agreed to
let the ministry take over also
there. At the same time estab-
lished communities press more
and more for a reorganization of
the district offices repn.'senting
the central government in a
manner suiting their require-
ments and growing powers.
Meanwhile, they have decided to
band together in order to
strengthen their hand in their
dealings with the central authori-
ties, at the same time gerading
their employees in conformity
with the government scale.
The association of local councils
also arranged courses for its legal
personnel through a Tel Aviv
college and the government's
school for public administration.
The first of a series of country-
wide meetings of secretaries and
accountants of all municipalities
and some smaller communities
has already been held. This enter-
prise is being sponsored by the
Ministry of the Interior's depart-
ment for local autonomy and by
the Comptroller-General's office,
which is now introducing uniform
methods of budgeting all over the
country. _________^^________
Beth Sholom Students
Return From Camp
Three Beth Sholom students,
recipients of scholarship awards
for a summer camp leadership
training course, have returned
from Camp Tel-Yehuda irh New
Hampshire.
They are Fred Malakoff, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff:
Barbara Weiss, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Seymour Weiss; and
Mark Sabin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sabin.
These scholarship awards are
made annually by the religious
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBERL l school board of Temple Beth
Sholom and were made possible
this year through contributions hi
the Beth Sholom Men's Club
headed by Frank Kamen, and the
donation of a full scholarship bv
Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan All three
awards were in memory of Hy-
man S. Kaplan.
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OF HOLLYWOOD
(Conseruatiwe,)
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig
Will Officiate
Assisted by our new Cantor
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