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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 20NUMBER 27
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
U. N. Inquiry Group Probe Of Palestine Jails
And Detention Quarters Blocked By British
JERUSALEM (JTA>The Palestine government has rebuffed^
efforts of the United Nations special committee on Palestine to
visit the jails and detention camps in this country, it is reported
by the Hebrew press this week.
The reports say that the administration claims that the ques-
tion of jails and detention centers are matters of internal security
within the sole jurisdiction of individual governments, and that
an inquiry into the prisons is not included within the com-
mittee's terms of reference. Despite the government's stand,
several UNSCOP members are continuing their efforts to visit
the jails, the papers add. $
Meanwhile, as the committee
completed its last week of tour-
inn, before opening public hear-
ings on Friday, it is understood
that a version of the bi-na^onal
slate or partition are emerging
as the solutions of the Pales-
tine problem most likely to be
favored by the probers.
The first scheme would pro-
vide for unlimited Jewish im-
migration for five years until
numerical parity with the
Arabs had been achieved, after
which an independent state,
dominated by neither, would be
established. The details of the
plan, such as who would run
the country pending the
achievement of parity and who
would carry out the U.N. de-
cision, have not yet been dis-
cussed.
The partition plan provides for
the establishment of a "viable
Jewish state" in part of the coun-
try, and merger of the Arab por-
tion with Transjordan under
King Abdullah's rule. This plan
i based on the assumption that
Abdullah would be able to carry-
out his part of the bargain by
insuring a peaceful interim per-
iod, as well as diminishing Arab
opposition.
Meanwhile, the Palestine gov-
ernment is proceeding with long-
range plans for the country's ad-
ministration. High Commissioner
Sir Alan Cunningham announced
that the government has estab-
lished a special department to
foster the greater independence
of local councils, which are the
governing bodies of the towns
and settlements. He said that
their budgets will be increased
and they will be entrusted with
greater responsibilities, including
supervision of education and
health activities.
Isaac Ben Zvi, president of
the Jewish National council,
disclosed that the council has
already submitted three memo-
randa to UNSCOP, and is pre-
paring two others. Those sub-
mitted cover the history of the
Palestine Jewish community,
an outline of self-government
here and a report on Jewish
social services. The other two
deal with the government's
budgetary and financial sys-
tem and the controversial
emergency regulations under
which Palestine is now gov-
erned. A council delegation,
consisting of four spokesmen,
will testify before the inquiry
committee on July 9. Later,
the Yemenite community will
testify on the situation of the
Jews in Yemen, while repre-
sentatives of the Sephardic
community will describe the
position of the Jews in other
Arab countries.
The resolution deploring the
recent outbreaks of terror which
was adopted earlier in the week
by the committee was interpreted
by some observers as being moti-
vatedin addition to UNSCOP's
natural revulsion against viol-
enceby a desire to placate the
Arabs, who had bitterly attacked
committee for its resolution
(Continued on Page A)
th
BRITISH PLEAS
TO BLOCK JEWS
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)The
Soviet Union has notified the
United Nations secretariat that it
is in no way concerned with the
British request transmitted by
U.N. Secretary General Trygve
Lie last month to U.N. member
nations asking them to help pre-
vent "illegal" immigration to
Palestine.
In answering an accompanying
letter from Lie asking each na-
tion to state what it is doing to
comply with the British request,
the Soviet government made it
clear that it was not obliged to
comment on the request. It add-
ed that the USSR "takes cog-
nizance of the general assembly's
resolution of May 15, 1947" with
regard to Palestine, in which no
mention is made of the immigra-
tion issue.
Meanwhile, from Paris, Moses
A Leavitt, executive vice presi-
dent of the Joint Distribution
committee, at a press conference
prior to his departure for the
United States, stated that thou-
sands of European Jews are on
the move, and that the displaced
Jews in Germany, Austria and
Italy may soon start an unor-
ganized movement out of the DP
camps. Leavitt has just com-
pleted a tour of eight countries
in western and central Europe.
At present, he said, the three
countries in which the move-
ment of Jews is most evident
are Austria, France and Italy.
Into Austria, he declared, are
coming thousands of Rumanian
Jews fleeing starvation. The
Army and UNRRA have refused
them assistance and the J.D.C. is
(Continued on Page 4)
Truman In Attack
On Bigotry In U. S.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Truman said this
week that "there is no justifi-
able reason for discrimination
because of ancestry, or religion,
or race or color." He told a
conference of the National As-
sociation for the Advancement
of Colored People that the gov-
ernment must become "a
friendly, vigilant defender of
the rights and equalities of all
Americans." He pointed to the
need of stronger laws to guar-
antee civil rights.
Federations Open
Overseas Study
At New Institute
NEW YORK (JTA)Organize- j
tion of an Institute on Overseas
Studies by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds prof. Albert Einstein" has" issued
was announced this week by H. a statement here confirming the
18 Miamians Attending ZOA Sessions
As National Convention Opens In N. Y.
Two thousand delegates from all 48 states are attending
the 50th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of
America being held at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York
this week-end.
Sumner Welles, former U. S. undersecretary of state, and
James G. McDonald, member of the Anglo-American Committee
of Inquiry on Palestine, are among the speakers who will ad-
dress the convention.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Z.O.A. president and chairman of
the American section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, will
review the entire Palestine ses-
sion. Over-all discussion will be
led by Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
member of the Jewish Agency
Executive and close associate of
Dr. Silver.
Nineteen delegates are repre-
senting the Greater Miami area
at the convention. They are,
from the Beach Zionist district:
Dr. David A. Andron, Shepard
UNIVERSITY RIFT
IS CLARIFIED BY
PROF. EINSTEIN
L. Lurie, executive director. The
institute will provide American
Jewish communities and volun-
tary agencies with data essential
for their guidance in determining
long range financial and func-
tional responsibilities.
The Joint Distribution commit-
tee and the United Palestine Ap-
peal, the two major Jewish over-
seas relief agencies, have form-
ally approved the plan.
Dr. Isadore Lubin, former U.S.
commissioner of labor statistics,
has accepted the chairmanship of
a technical advisory committee
v/hicl. has been organized to as-
sist and guide the institute's pro-
gram. Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel will
Broad, Jack D. Burris, Isidore
PRINCETON, N. J. (JTA)-1 Goldberg, Abraham Goodman, S.
A. Goodman, Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. Sam Lachman, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Dr. Max A. Lipkind,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi
David Raab, Seymour Rubin,
Matthew Silverstein and Alfred
Stone.
Delegates from the Miami Zion-
ist district are Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, Hyman Sootin and Isidore
report that he has severed con-
nection with Brandeis university
and explaining the reasons for his
withdrawal.
"The press statements which
Mr. George Alpert and another
member of the board of trustees
of Brandeis university released
on the occasion of the withdrawal I Langner. Leo Rosen, fourth ~Mi-
of myself and of my friends, | ami delegate, was taken seriously
Prof. Otto Nathan and Mr. S. ill this week and was unable to
Ralph Lazrus, have convinced me I attend the convention,
anew that it was none too early j In a pre-departure statement,
for us to sever a connection from \ Burris, head of the Miami Beach
which no good was to be ex-1 district, declared that "the Zion-
pected for the community," Prof. ] ist convention will dramatically
Einstein said. "My associates and \ express to the people of the
myself had very reluctantly come United States and to the dele-
to the conclusion that the type of gates of the United Nations the
act as special consultant. A full- -academic institution in which we, unanimity of American Jewry on
have been interested could not be the Zionist question."
accomplished under the existing j Recalling that the United States
circumstances and the present: has continuously expressed sym-
leadership. j pathy for the Zionist idea, Burris
"I should lrke to state specific- predicted that the convention
time director for the project is
still to be selected. The major
aspects of the institute's research
piogram were announced by Mr.
Luiie as follows:
1. Jewish needs will be ana-
lyzed and appraised in relation
to the general economic and po-
litical setting of the various coun-
tries in which Jews live.
2. The role of American Jewish
voluntary programs will be stud-
ied in relation to governmental
and inter governmental pro-
grams, local resources, non-sec-
tarian, voluntary agencies, Jew-
ish voluntary agencies in other
(Continued on page 4)
ally that my associates, Professor
Nathan and Mr. Lazrus, and I
would "undoubtedly call upon
the government of the United
have always been and have al- States to implement its words of
ways acted in complete harmony, j sympathy with concrete acts in
I feel deep gratitude particularly tr>e United Nations, supporting
to my old friend, Prof. Otto Na- ln<-> cause of a Jewish common-
than, who with great devotion wealth in Palestine."
and complete selflessness gave his
time and effort to a cause which
the three of us alike considered
worthy and most urgent."
Einstein referred to the state-
(Continued on page 4)
U. S. COURT RELEASES ACCUSED SEDITIONISTS
AS ANTI-SEMITISM IS REPORTED INCREASING
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States court of appeals
this week dismissed the govern-
ment's case against 26 men and
women charged with sedition.
Among the defendants were some
of the leading anti-Semites in the
U. S.
The trial, which opened in
1944, was dismissed in the U. S.
district court in Washington last
December on the grounds that
the Justice department had not
prosecuted it diligently. The ap-
pellate court's decision was based
on the same grounds.
The defendants were formally
indicted in 1942 for interfering
with the draft and went on trial
in April, 1944. A mistrial was
J. Laws dismissed the case on the
basis that if the prosecution could
not establish the guilt of the de-
fendants within eight months, the
validity of the indictment was
questionable.
Jewish Youth Kidnapped
In Tel Aviv Terror Reign
JERUSALEM (JTA)The kid-
napping of a Jewish youth in
Tel Aviv this week and the at-
tempted kidnapping of several
Jews earlier have highlighted the
fact that the unofficial police
reign of terror is continuing.
Meanwhile, in apparent fear
of the Jews of Europe will not be of retaliation by Jews, Jerusalem
Solved by relief alone. He listed District Commissioner J. H. Pol-
declared when the presiding jus- Jews.
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)Anti-
Semitic forces are consolidating
their position in Latin America,
and it is necessary to combat
them and neutralize their influ-
ence by publicly exposing their
actions, Dr. Moises Cfoldman,
president of the World Jewish
Congress Latin American confer-
ence, declared at a session of the
parley. Dr. Goldman is also
president of the DAIA, central
representative body of Argentine
tice, Edward Eicher, died eight
months later, with the prosecu-
tion's case still incomplete. Two
years afterwards, Justice Bolitha
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, member
cf the Jewish Agency Executive,
who was chairman of the ses-
sion, declared that the problem
among the political actions neces-
sary to aid the European Jewish
survivors the World Jewish Con-
gress' activities in behalf of resti-
tution of property and repara-
tions payments.
Later, at a press conference, Dr.
Nahum Goldmann made the as-
sertion that part of the Jews of
Europe will remain there for a
number of years in the future
despite an increase in anti-Semit-
ism which is expected to follow
the withdrawal of Soviet occupa-
tion troops from Hungary and
Rumania. He declared that the
Jews of Palestine are now more
optimistic concerning the results
of the inquiry of the U.N. Pales-
tine committee than they were
several months ago. He added
that the "chapter of Anglo-Jew-
ish cooperation" was ended.
lock warned British residents
that further restrictions will be
imposed unless they cease disre-
garding the rigid security meas-
ures already in force, which regu-
late their movements outside of
fortified zones.
Two uniformed English-speak-
ing policemen entered a work-
shop on Rabbi Akiba st. in Tel
Aviv, and asked the employees
to show their identiication papers.
When Eliahu Span, 17, said he
had left his papers at home, the
policemen escorted him there,
where he was arrested, although
he produced a valid official
identity card. When his parents
went to police headquarters to
seek information concerning the
boy, they were told that no con-
stables had been sent to the work-
shop.


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PAGE THREE
I New Warrant Sworn
tin Anti-Bias Case
Following a ruling by Judge
[jack Rosen of the Miami Beach
[municipal court that four previ-
[ous warrants had been faultily
drawn, Harry Adams, 824 Alton
rd., commander of the Miami
Bench veterans council and pas!
commander of the Beach JWV
post. Wednesday swore out a new
warrant against Mrs. Boston
Lunz, charging her with viola-
tion of the Beach anti-discrimi-
(natory sign ordinance.
The previous warrants had been
sworn out by Adams against Mrs.
Lunz and three others for alleged
violations of the law. When they
were dropped, through the court
action, Adams immediately pro-
ceeded to draw up the new one
Specifically, the paper charged
Mrs. Lunz with "displaying the
words 'restricted clientele' on a
sign on the premises of that cer-
tain apartment house located at
7337 Harding ave. said Mm.
Lunz being then and there in
charge of said apartment."
Earlier, officials of the JWV
Beach post had disavowed that
Adams was acting for the post.
Apparently destined for an
early test of its constitutionality,
the Miami Beach anti-bias sign
ordinance, the first of its kind
in the country, has resulted in
the voluntary withdrawal of a
number of signs, according to a
survey conducted by the Florida
regional office of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith. No
Gentiles Only" signs remain on
'he outside of premises in Miami
Beach, reports the league, but
several "Restricted" and "Select-
ed" signs "continue to offend."
It is reported that a committee
is at work visiting the owners
of the hotels and apartment
h 'uses still displaying signs for
the purpose of obtaining their
peration in the removal of the
FiS. It is understood that war-
rants will then be secured against
those refusing to comply with the
ordinance.
The ordinance is the result of
the efforts of a special committee
of Miami Beach residents work-
ing in cooperation with George
J Talianoff, director of the local
ADL office.
Miss Engler Is Bride
Of Herman Kesselman
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer an-
nounce the marriage of Mrs.
Forer's sister, Miss Molly Engler,
to Herman Kesselman, in the out-
door patio of the Garden restau-
rant, June 22. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro performed the morning cere-
mony, which was followed by a
vedding "brunch."
Mrs. Kesselman was given in
marriage by her father, Jake
Engler. She wore a white Palm
Beach suit, matching the attire
;>f the bridegroom, who is the son
of Mrs. Pearl Kesselman of New
York. She was attended by Mrs.
Forer, the former Ida Engler, as
bride's aunt, gave the bridegroom
matron of honor, while Kessel-
man was seconded by her hus-
band. Mrs. Joe Schonfeld, the
in marriage.
A native Miamian, Mrs. Kessel-
man has been active in the Junior
Eastern Star (Beatitudes), the
Florida State Peace Officers as-
sociation, B'nai B'rith Girls,
YWHA, and the Professional and
Business Girls. She formerly
taught at the Beth David Sunday
School, is a graduate of Miami
High, and Walsh Business col-
lege, and attended the University
of Miami. She is currently em-
Beatrice De Ceuster Wed
To Leonard C. Cantor
Mr. and Mrs. J. De Ceuster, 242
N. E. 34th st., announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Beatrice
Helene, to Leonard C. Cantor,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Can-
tor, on Sunday, June 29, at the
Beth Jacob synagogue, in cere-
monies performed by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff.
Miss Hilda Lewis and Annette
De Ceuster, the bride's sister, act-
ed as bridesmaids, while Mr.
Cantor was attended by P. R.
Breithart and Bernard Breithart.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weiner, Mrs.
M. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Peters, and Herbert Peters.
The former Miss De Ceuster
was graduated from schools in
Richmond, Va., her former home,
while her husband served three
years in the Army air forces.
ployed by the Miami police de-
partment.
Mr. Kesselman has been a resi-
dent of Havana, Cuba, for many
years, conducting a business there.
He is a graduate of Havana
schools.
Following a honeymoon tour of
Florida, the couple will make
their home at 1828 S. W. Ninth st.
BB Young Women
Form Beach Chapter
A new chapter of B'nai B'rith
Youth Women has recently been
ted in Miami Beach. Tempo-
rary officers chosen last week
are president, Miss Shirley Col-
legeman; vice president, Mrs
Bebe Finn; corresponding secre-
Miss Eva Rosner; treasurer.
Miss Roz Goldstein; recording
secretary, Miss Josephine Zinner;
' porter, Miss Annette Mirchin.
-Mrs. Carl Weinkle, of B'nai
B'rith Women, presented Miss
Collegcman with a gavel.
Permission has been received
by the group from Dr. Benjamin
Landau to name the organization
the Clara Hirsch Landau chaptei
of B'nai B'rith Young Women in
honor of his late wife, who did
Community Chest Pledge
Given For Unity
Unity in expanding the ser-
vices of the Community Chest
was pledged Monday night, June
30, at a meeting of directors of
the 22 member agencies, held
with the board at the YMCA.
The first of a series of meet-
ings planned to weld the 450 citi-
zens who direct the agencies into
a compact team, the group heard
a report of progress in Chest
preparations for the coming drive.
Speakers included C. D. Van
Orsdel, co-chairman, who said
that the future of the Chest was
in the hands of the people whc
operate the various agencies.
A dramatic radio program
series, to begin July 19, over Sta-
tion WGBS, will present actual
dramatizations of Chest case his-
toiies, according to an announce-
ment by Chester M. Wright,
chairman of the public relations
committee. A. L. Reynolds, presi-
dent, and Donald S. Eyster, ex-
ecutive director of the Chest, led
a forum discussion of agency op-
erations.
so much work for B'nai B'rith.
The group has voted to join the
Jewish Young Adult Council of
Greater Miami.
Meetings will be held at the
Beach YMHA every Monday at
8 p.m.
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Temple Israel Men Hear
Talk On Brandeis' Life
The life of the late Louis D.
Brandeis, former justice of the
United States supreme court, will
be the subject of a talk to be
given by Col. Michael M. Isen-
berg before the regular meeting
of the Temple Israel Men's club
on Wednesday, July 9, at the
temple, 137 N. E. 19th st.
A special attraction being ar-
ranged for the meeting is the ap-
pearance of Edward Pastroff,
young Miami pianist who is at-
tracting nationwide attention with
his virtuosity. Refreshments will
follow the recital. The meeting
will be conducted by Chairman
Paul Marks and President Jerome
Cohen.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 3-7439
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only. Cooperative. Will do Jew-
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Yiddish Classical Hour
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FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1947



Editorial
THE REVIVAL OF A PEOPLE
"Only through a widened program of reconstructive meas-
ures designed to transfer Jewish survivors from relief ro s to a
self-sustaining basis will the economic recovery of Europe s
Jews be achieved." ___, ,. .
With these words, Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the
Joint Distribution committee, announced recently formation 01
the J.D.C.'s new committee on reconstruction, a body which win
serve to advise the J.D.C. on an expanded series of rehabili-
tative activities, the greatest since the committee s founding in
1914.
Some of the best minds in America are on the com,',e'v
headed by Monroe Goldwater; former Governor and UNHKA
Director Herbert H. Lehman, who was chairman of the J.DU s
reconstruction committee after the first World War; Dr. Isidore
Lubin, former economic adviser to President Roosevelt, now
U. S. delegate to the United Nations Economic and Social Coun-
cil; Dr. Emanuel Stein, professor of economics at New York
university, and others.
But the most significant development in the formation ot the
reconstruction committee is the fact that despiteor rather be-
cause ofthe most serious emergency conditions prevailing in
Europe today, the J.D.C. is broadening the scope of its recon-
struction activities to bring long-range aid to the Jewish surviv-
ors of Europeaid that will give Jews work and hope -both
those who plan to remain in Europe and those looking towards
a new life in a new land, especially Palestine. As the major
American agency aiding distressed Jews overseas, the J.D.C.
knows full well the need for resettlement among large sections
of Europe's Jews and has helped, in full cooperation with the
Jewish Agency, thousands to go to the Holy Land. Thus its
reconstruction program is no bar to emigration. It will, in fact,
by providing training for careers and developing skills make
those who leave Europe more valuable settlers.
But for those who stay in Europe, either by desire or force
of circumstances, there must be more than relief. The means
employed by the J.D.C. in its effort to help Europe's Jews help
themselves is to include a network of credit societies, producers'
cooperatives, vocational training centers (in cooperation with
ORT) and employment projects. In this way, it is hoped, per-
manent, effective aid will be rendered and recurrences of such
emergency situations as today's will be prevented. Five million
collars has been appropriated for the reconstruction measures
of the J.D.C. so far this year.
The task of the J.DG. and its new reconstruction committee
is one whose difficulties tax the imagination, but behind them
stands the American Jewish community, whose contributions
to the SI70,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal are
providing the tools and raw materials with which Europe's Jews
are returning to life. Ahead lies the revival of a people.
Einstein Statement
Clarifies University Riit
(Continued from pafle V
ment by George Alpert, president
of the board of the projected uni
versity, which all '< '
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_TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
(Copyright. 194. Seven Art* Feature Syndicate)
Bt phineas J. BmOM
Jewish Federation Opens
Overseas Study Institute
(Continued from page
countries, and the re-i -'
ment and stability oi Jew ish
munities in the Eu
tries whi re A
are n
3. The ii
the existing f the
\i iuntary s and
plans for futui
habilitation and
l. The institute will n
cate research work
done by opera! n -. In
addition to its own lirect si
it will obtain basic dati I
the staff
as stimulated
by the instituti
will emph
of such dal i | p:, -
scntation so that the m il
be used as th< : ivinu
at judgment concerning a
programs and activitii
5. On-the-spot studies will be
undertaken in Europe and Pales-
tine as required, in order to ob-
tain information not a\
this country and as
make such surveys p issible.
6. The institute will conduct a
continuing proj
a one-time survey. It will
periodic appraisals of the ma-
terial gathered and it will issue
periodic reports. Thesi
available for use by local
munity leaders and by thi p-
(rating overseas Ji encies.
The institute will examine the
overall situation of Jew
particularly an apprais;
rent situations and p: peel
Jewish populations for a
ment and for immigral
Soviets Ignore British
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THE KLAN WILL RIDE AGAIN ...
E k. attorney general of Georgia, is under f11T, and
H, dl pp.,I three of the four charges against the
"'' tant ones, those involving criminal penalty
N rhe onij : he Klan had to answer referred to its sales
be, h.....Is and other paraphernalia, a practice violating Itl
.. Now that its record is whitewashed the
Ku Klux Klan of G gia is free to remcorporate, Drew Pearson
Grand Dragon Dr. Samuel Green has already advised
; thi KKK will ride again, thanks to the generosity
Cook Or was it a political deal?
'' NITY
Jewish Labor Council informs us that it has
n Jewish Congress to sit down for a joint
ash out its objections to the Buckley bill to out-
T. ..., of Saskatchewan has just passed, through
; anti-bias law which "prohibits, without
publish or display any matter tending to
is d crimination."
LANV ...
A delegal 1 rcpn enting the Women s League for Palestine
Eretz Israel this summer to prepare for the build-
il me tor Girls Among those slated
Mrs. Prince and Mrs. Isaacs Leonard
New York City Symphony Orchestra,
e he conducted nine conceits of the
Orchestra ... He says that the Jewish
one of the very best musical organizations
Yehudi Menuhin, giving joint recitals with
reaking all box office records in Europe
u see the movie "The Magic Bow" and hear
you'll actually be hearing Menuhin. who
for the film We recommend to the
pi al that it sponsor a national touring exhibit of
ly painting "Refugee Ship" The facial ex-
it this painting tells the tragedy of European
than anything we've read or seen...
S iel, m Palestine since April, is writing the great
Dn. Weizmann will come to the United States
United Jewish Appeal has refused to
... An award is in order toi Sinclair
most recent novel, "Kingsblood Royal"
, It si blow against racial discrimination ... Its
ng irony will make the bigots squirm and
A : scinating reading from cover to cover.
N .
Si 1 predicted that the Brandeis university,
tarian school at Waltham, Mass.. would still
Ji u ish New Year would roll around .
the sponsors of the undertaking and
tii atl in, which we did ... A few days
ted that Albert Einstein has withd
i iindation, Inc.. the corporation set up to
the university Together with Prof. Einstein,
active sponsors have resigned They
lit of the foundation, and Dr. Otto
trustees. Some day we will tell you the
mate facts on which our prediction was
V ZIONISM .
' Holyoke, Mass. Business and I'
: is compiling a cookbook of favorite
5 Th.e object, of course, is to raise funds for
In "ikbook you'll find recipes by Mrs.
Ludwig Lewisohnwhich one?Miss Sophie
Q :
Chuck Klein, athletic director
of the Miami YM & YWHA. has
announced a summer-lonq dou-
bles handball and volleyball
tournament, as part of the sum-
mer snorts program of the Y.
Handball games will be held
every Thursday night, and
volleyball every Tuesday, with
four-men teams. Apolleatlont
must be In by July |]
British Block Inquiry
Into Palestine Jails
fCont liued .from pa:,
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emned foi
break.
In what was apparently in-
ply to the UNSCOP
. ition, thi SI
a stal
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ils for thi ntjnu_
?us rava ng of our 1 .untry and
international
appeal for a truce." It warned
that the attacks will enntin
!"nB mment follow.-,
its present policy.
British troops have hem or-
l to then barracks
Ki would be mads.
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PAGE FIVE
Goldsteins In New York
After June 29 Wedding
Mrs. Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W.
1-1 ih ter., announces the marriage
of her daughter, Mona Lucille, to
l'rwin Morton Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 5828
Pine Tree dr., on Sunday, June
29, at Temple Israel, Dr. Jacob
Kaplan officiating.
Dorothy Goldstein, the bride-
groom's sister, was maid of honor,
Marilyn Gerstein and Lillian
Gross acted as bridesmaids; the
bride's cousin, Alberta Hohauser,
was flower girl, while Miss
Gladys Atlas kept the bride's
book.
Goldstein was attended by his
cousin, Harry Baker, as best man,
with Dr. Harold Sutker of At-
lanta and Alfred Bork, of Jack-
sonville, as ushers. Arnold Sheer
and Edward Pastroff seated the
guests.
Among out of town guests
wcii- Mr. and Mrs. Marx Baker.
Harold and Elsie Baker, Mrs. Abe
Shemer, Mrs. Mary Atlas, Mar-
jorle and Elsie Atlas, and Mr. and
Mrs. Benny Baker, all of Jack-
sonville; Harry L. Baker, of Cin-
cinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Figatner, of Chicago.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami High school, and attended
Florida State college before en-
tering the University of Miami,
where she is now a junior. She
is secretary of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
and a member of the Hillel fouh-
. a.
Mr. Goldstein was graduated
mi Miami Beach High school
and the University of Pennsyl-
vania, where he was a member of
Tail Delta Phi fraternity. He
served with the Army for three
. r,d a half years.
Following a reception for 300
ii sts at Kaplan hall, and a din-
ner for the families at the Shel-
1 ..riu- hotel, the couple left for a
honeymoon of several weeks in
N iw York. They will make their
home in Miami.
Marcie Liberman, Miami Beach mayor, admin sters the oath to Aurora Layne, 100th member
to be inducted into Miami Beach post, AMVETS, at induction ceremonies at the Poinciana
hotel. Pictured (left to right) are Saul Radler, senior vice commander of the post; Sadye Reiner,
president of the ladies' auxiliary; Liberman, M ss Layne, and Nat Pollack, post commander.
Ex-WAC Is Inducted
As 100th AMVET Member
Harry Set-ve, administrative as-
sistant of the United Palestine
Appeal, who left June 26 for
Europe and Palestine in oner
to gain first-hand informa, on
on the plight of Europe's he ie-
less Jews and to study the pr >g-
ress of their rehabilitation .id
resettlement in Palestine.

Local BB Girls Named
To District Posts
At the annual district conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith Girls and
Young Women held in Washing-
ton June 21-24, Beryl Axelrod.
president of the Miami BBG
chapter, was elected third vice
p < sident; Rosalee Margolis, pres-
ident of BZB, corresponding scc-
n tary; and Leila Gross of the
Miami Beach Jems, recording sec-
retary, Carol Aronovitz was
elected delegate to the national
convention which will take place
at High Point, N. Y., Sept. 2-5.
The B'nai B'rith Young Women
elected Paula Lach to the post of
secretary, and Eleanor Quartin to
that of historian and reporter.
Both girls are members of the
Miami Dcbbs chapter. Paula
Lach was also elected delegate to
the national convention to take
place at St. Paul, Minn., in
August.
Other girls from Greater Mi-
ami attending the convention
were B e r n i c e Badanes, Lee
Ifosenberg, Jo Ann Shier, Claire
Davidson, Carol Solomon, Sonya
Pallot, Phyllis Goldstein, Beverly
Sherman, Barbara Gould and De-
lores Peckcrman.
Aurora Layne, a finalist in '.he
nationwide "Miss Stardust"
beauty contest, recently was in-
ducted as the 100th member of
the Miami Beach post of
AMVETS, according to Nat Pol-
lack, post commander
Miss Layne, a former member
of the WAC, was the thirteenth
member of the Leon Cohen cl SS
of recruits to the veterans' group,
the third class to be indue1..:d
since the post's inception. The
lovely brunette falsified her age
twice to enter the WAC. serving
six months and four months re-
spectively before being discovered
and discharged. Finally, early in
1945, she came of age, and entered
the Army legally.
Marcie Liberman, newly elected
mayor of Miami Beach, officiated
at the ceremony of induction for
the new recruits, who inchul .!.
besides Miss Layne. Harold Rein-
hard, Norman Reinhard. Tony
Colson, Ed Knobel, Harold Sha-
piro, Hy Leonard, E m a n u e 1
Greenberg, Harry Tropp, Bern i
Sheaffer, Walter Yonchenko, Bob
Singer and Gerry Greenberg.
Miss Lillian Steen, young
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WBAY every Friday at 11 a.m.
and Sunday at 10, will celebrate
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thirteenth consecutive week of
presentation, this week, according
to its director, Jacob Schechte:'.
A special program, featuring
numbers never before heard on
the air, will be presented through
transcriptions, Schechter said. It
will include renditions by Sic! ir
Belarsky, Menashe Oppmein and
Cantor Leibele Waldman.
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FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1947
U. S. Creates
National Park
WASHINGTON. The Ever-
glades National park came into
being last Friday when Interior
Secretary Julius Krug signed the
official documents.
He did so after receiving $2.-
000.000 from Gov. Millard F.
Caldwell of Florida. The sum
was appropriated by the Florida
legislature to pay for privately
owned lands within the park area.
Federal officials had agreed to
handle the legal details of acquir-
ing title to such properties after
living the money needed t.
pay for them.
The 1.226.000 acres of land and
water at the southern tip o!
Florida became a gift from the
people of Florida to the n I
Of the total, 847.175 acre- i
state-owned property were deed-
ed to the department of the in-
terior in 1944.
The 1947 Li e's appro-
priation of S2.000.000 from public
funds covers the gift of the re-
maining acreage needed to i
out the minimum park ana speci-
fied by Krug as acceptable. The
money will be used to pureh.
condemn these lands.
The brief ceremonies Friday in
Krug's office constituted the
formal creation of the park. It
became the country's 2i>tli n
al park, exceeded in size only by
Yellowstone, which was ca
from three states, and Mt. M.-
Kinley National park in Ala
Miami Hebrew School
Cornerstone's Laid
The first tangible sign of thi
new S55.000 center building was
greeted by members of thi Mi imi
Hebrew School and Juni.n- Con-
gregation at cornerstone-lay inu
ceremonies held Sunday, June -
at the building's site. S. W. 12; i
ave. and 11th st.
The cornerstone of the r<
tional and educational centc
"auctioned" and sold to Jack
" chairman of the con -
n and finance committee, for
SI.000, while windows and
parts were -ally aucl
lor an additional S2.000.
-Milton Weiner, chairman of the
building committee, was mast)
of ceremonies, and introduci
speakers Rabbi Simon April, Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi M
A. Skop, of Orlando; G
Kleber, junior rabbi: Murrax
Shear, vice president of the ju-
nior congregation, and H. M
Drevich, president of the -
The building and ground.- in
expected to be finished :r. I
for the High Holid
Louis Kraft Is Named
Head of JWB Council
NEW YORK.L mis Kraft, wh<
has just completed 30 years ol
service with the National Jewis
Welfare board (JWB). the las
eight as executive director, ha>
been named to the newly created
position of general secretary of
the National Council of JWB*. ef-
fective Oct. 1. it was announced
here by Frank L. Weil, JWB
president, following a meeting oi
JWB's executive committee.
Mr. Kraft will be succeeded as
executive director of JWB bv
Samuel D. Gershovitz, who i
now executive director of thi
Jewish Community Centers asso-
ciation of Chicago. Mr. Gersho-
vitz was formerly head of thi
field service and associate direc-
tor of the Jewish Center divisior
of the National Jewish Welfari
board.
As general secretary of tht
National Council of JWB. Mr
Kraft, regarded as an outstanding
Jewish center worker, will de-
vote himself to the major task ol
helping to carry out the far-
reaching recommendations of th<
JWB survey commission.
The members of the Business
and Professional Women's di-
vision. Miami chapter of Ha-
dassah, and iheir guests were
nterlained by Miss Elaa Tetn-
pU al a lawn party al her homa
Monday, Juna 13. Mil* Tampla
reUtad glorias about Palestine.
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To Hear Operatic Singer
Leatricc Fay Drain, soprano
who has sung with the P
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won first prize in a nal
: .petition sponsored by M
Anderson, will
appear as a
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Tuesday. July 3.
Elks club
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Wanamaker Benefit Com i Is
Philadelphia. Foil
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awarded a ship, Miss
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York.
The talented miss, only 19, has
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who have heard her recitals L '
of Philadelphia. Miss Di
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linue her vocal studies hi
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an address by Stati slator
: ntaff on the su!
-July 4th in the Al
and a showing of two pati
Imsi ntitled "Our Bill of R : I
and "One People." A
ngraved i :
to 30 Sholem Lodge
en. E. Albert Pallot will
report on thi' recent coin.
: Disti icl "> Grand 1.
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Divorce filed UKainxt yi.u In
sly led cauaa mi iii before the ith dai
of July, l'.MT: otherwise the iilega.
cm sniii Hill f Complain i win i,e
taken ae confaaaed affahisl you,
i..t thii Ordar bo published in-,. a
week for four oonaecuttve .
the Jewlah Floridlan, ,.. mumi
luibllehed In Dade County, V
DATED thin 19th day ol I ,. .. |,,;
it Miami, Dade County, Klurkla,
K. IS USATHERM \N,
Ulerk of Circuit n*
By 9. t. GOI
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sa.M SILVER,
Hollcltor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congresa Bids.,
Miami Si, Florida,
6 20-27 7 4-11
IN i'iH'NTV JUDQB'fl COURT DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 17009
RR: ESTATE OF BERTHA WIT, it-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION^ FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given thai we
have filed our final report
in..ii for Final Discharge u Execu-
tors f the .state of BERTHA WIT.
. .1. and tii-it on tht I I day of
July, 1947, we win apply I., thi Hon.
vV 9 Blanton, County Judge i Dade
' ounty, Florida, fur appi
final report anil fur final dl.iharxe
,i- Rxecuton "f the estate of BERTHA
WIT, deceased.
This iiith ilay of June. 1947
LEONARD H QROStf,
EDITH TALE,
Exi
BURNETT ROTH,
Attorney fur Edith Tale
.on! Leonard II. Giohs.
10-27 7/4
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FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947
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PAGE SEVEN
Workmen's Circle Head
Ending Visit Here
A general membership meeting
and farewell party on Sunday
evening, July 6, at 8:30 p.m., ai
the Workmen's Circle building, 2.ri
Washington ave., will honor the
departure from Miami of Joseph
Baskin, general secretary of the
organization, who has spent the
past, two weeks coordinating th
activities of the group's various
Greater Miami sections.
Baskin has held the high post
since 1915, and his work here has
included streamlining the organi-
sation's local activities in connec-
tion with an extensive member-
ship campaign. The membershii.
of the Workmen's Circle is now
71,000, Baskin told members here
during a round of meetings and
parties held in his honor.
A boat ride is scheduled for this
afternoon, July 4, and Mr. Bas
;kin will address a joint meeting
of the executive boards of all five
branches of the Circle this eve-
ning at 8 o'clock.
AMVETS to Hold Dance
The Miami Beach post of
AMVETS and its ladies' auxili-
ary will hold a dance and enter-
tainment Saturday, July 12, at the
Poinciana hotel, 1555 Collins ave..
for the benefit of the South
Florida Children's hospital.
Appointed by Commander Nat
Pollack to the dance committee
were Sam Stiller, chairman;
Mitch Reiner, Rachel Rosen,
Esther Levy, Paul Edlowitz, and
Morris Goldberg. Sadye Reiner,
president of the ladies' auxiliary,
has named Barbara Kalish, Ruth
Johanscn, Adrienne Edlowitz and
Shirley Goldberg to the same
committee.
Admission is $1.50, and tickets
are on sale at the Poinciana, Saks.
Burdines and the Mercantile bank
building.
Change of Ownership
Told of Tides Hotel
A recent transaction, it was
learned this week, resulted in the
replacement of Meyer Cohen aand
Nathan Ginsburg, former co-
owners, with Samuel M. Grund-
werg, of the Tides hotel, 12^0
Ocean dr., Miami Beach, by Mor-
ris Newmark. Grundwerg and
Newmark will henceforth be co-
, owners of the hotel.
Before coming to Miami Beach,
] Grundwerg operated hostelries in
\ Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. New-
I mark was formerly owner of the
Senator hotel, Miami Beach. Both
men are active in communal work
and in many Beach organizations.
The Tides will continue to fea-
ture a strict Jewish dietary cui-
sine, Grundwerg and Newmark
have announced.
STAYS SILENT,
LASTS LONGER
Pictured at a recent meeting are officials of the newly organized Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade county. They are deft to right) Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, first vice
president; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president; Mrs. Clementine Kemp, recording secretary; (left
to righi, standing) Mrs. Milton Sirkin, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg,
calendar chairman.
Miss Eckstein Marries
Leonard Zimmerman
Sarah Eckstein, of Cleveland.
Ohio, became the bride on Sun-
day, June 29, at the Beth Jacob
synagogue, of Leonard Zimmer-
man, 425 16th st. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated.
Mrs. Zimmerman's sister, Hilda
Eckstein, was maid of honor,
while the groom was attended by
his brother, Henry Zimmerman,
as best man. Following a honey-
moon in New York, the couple
will reside at 1625 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach.
George Bram Is Married Women's Evening Group
To Texas Girl June 29 j To Meet Monday Night
George Bram, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Bram. 159 N. E.
11th ter., took as his bride on
Sunday. June 29, Miss Lillian
Sylvia Treiger, daughter of Mrs.
Hilda Treiger, of Houston. Texas.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici-
ated at the unique lawn cere-
mony at 711 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach, with Sylvia Sigal acting
On Monday, July 7, at 8:15
p.m., the second meeting of the
newly formed evening group oi
the National Council of Jewish
Women will be held at the horru
of Miss Eileen Cowcn. chairman
5050 Alton rd.. Miami Beach.
The purpose of this group is ti
as maid of honor and Bernard enable those business and pro-
Bram as best man. Seymour
Bram was ringbearer.
The bride, who attended high
schools in Tulsa, Okla., and the
University of Houston, wore a
white crepe afternoon length
frock with a flower embroidered
M. Nasatir, director of the Yid- j net yolk. She wore an illusion
dish Classical hour, Sunday after- \ veil and carried the family
WINZ Radio Program
Stars Cantor Rosenblatt
Two Beach Girls Win
Chicago U. Scholarships
Evalyn Segal, 14, a junior at
Miami Beach High school, and
Sandra Katzen, a senior at the
same school, were this week in-
formed that they had won full-
tuition scholarships to the Uni-
versity of Chicago, as a result
of examinations they took last
month.
The test, a four-hour scholastic
apiitude quiz, was given to five
leading high school students in
the Greater Miami area. As far
as could be learned, Sandra,
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Katzen, 1543 Michigan ave., and
Evalyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
(Charles Segal, 928 Jefferson ave..
were the only two who success-
fully completed the examination.
Both girls were uncertain as
to their future plans. They
pointed out that should they not
choose to graduate from the Chi-
cago school, they would be unable
to entet another college, since
neither has yet graduated from
h;gh school.
noon radio feature over Station
WINZ, announces that the pro-
gram to be heard this week, July
6. at 12 noon, will be highlighted
by the singing of Cantor Josef
Rosenblatt, Seymour Rechtzeit,
Menashe Oppmein. Sidor Belar-
prayer book decorated by an
orchid and a spray of stephanotis.
Miss Sigal wore a lime pastel
afternoon dress, with cap sleeves
similar to those of the bride, and
carried a corsage of two white
rosebuds and white carnations.
sky and many other favorite Yid- Mrs. Treiger wore an ivory
dish singing stars.
crepe afternoon dress with green
accessories and carried a corsage
Information is being sought of 0f talisman roses. The bride-
Jack Winn or Wynn or Winnick j groom's mother was attired in
on behalf of his minor child, | royal blue crepe with a corsage
Barbara, who is currently in her | 0f pjnk roses.
Bram was graduated from p
New York high school. He served
with the Army air corps during
the war. A reception followed
the ceremony, after which the
couple left for a northern honey-
moon. They will live in Miami.
mother's custody, but in need of
support from her father. Mr.
Winn has neglected to make pro-
vision for her since 1939. Jack
Winn was born in Russia on June
14, 1899, is believed to weigh
about 140 pounds, has brown hair,
slightly bald, greyish-blue eyes,
squints habitually, sometimes
wears a moustache, bites his nails,
smokes a pipe, was at one time
employed as a salesman of uni-
forms. Anyone aware of this
man's location is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau. 67 W. 47th St..
New York City.
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The first meeting of the grout,
was held in June at the home ol
Mrs. Nat Williams to discuss or-
ganizational and membership
plans for the forthcoming year
Temporary officers elected at thai
time were Eileen Cowen, chair-
man; Mrs. Rae Fellrath, vice
chairman, and Mrs. Michael Kane
membership chairman and treas-
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Business and professional wom-
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terested in joining the National
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RUSSIAN JEWS SEEK
RELATIVES HERE
e Union of Russian Jews. 55
W. 2nd st., New York, has an-
nounced the receipt of a group
of messages from the Soviet Un-
ion. These messages, from Jews
who have lost contact with rela-
tives and friends here, are with-
out addresses, and the organiza-
tion is seeking to deliver them by
i only.
Listed among persons being'
.lit arc the following:
NEMIROVSKY, Qlt< I luRhti
.... ,.f Meat. Ruihln,
k r obl message from Blstei or
, n u hll 8okolovsk> daughter of
;\ IN". [OBif, sen of Ulb. bom ;
from relative Shlema w i IsfeW,
f Srul
I'oHRN, or K 5' Boris. >5
,,i. .-,,.,, cousin, Plra Klalohtman.
' Israel. .. _,
\i -ima.n'. Muni-, son of ^ udn and
Gltel, of Zwlaholfrom
Mulman, daughter of ^.....
and 'hentsle Malman.
R B1NSTEIN'. Bhaj a, Jon o
M. |, .. W|fe of Gold., daughter <-i
. [delfrom sister or
i perl Umansky, daughtei ;>' i-'1;-
f totmlsrovka; also for Dlmont,
ton ly 1.....stein, Letter.
G I.DENRAT, Nachman Nlsen
niece. Itn Goichman, daughti r ol
n.-i....... and loslf Goichman.
DNICK. Don, Berel, -
sister or i ousln,
i ughti r of loslf.
MAX. Emma, M yeai old
Vbram Si hwartsman, son "i
na : also for Gr< nbi i -. M
i8>' Bhelndel. born Vladlmlrsky,
ft "U
slsti
II
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and
,.f I twiova! Klevsk! i Enta
Gui ,, daughti I sell also i"i
Sam Ludlnsky. ,
l' HWTE1N, Meyer, sol ol is ac, 01
r, hov, i.....i 1888, a
w Isaak Persteln, son of Molshe
I,' \ IX, in Levinsky, Abram-Ber, a
hia daughter, Bashavi
. Bl\ in Levinsky, daughter
"f !' ,k .....
Si IVAP, Jacob, son "i Mo
in Ita Goichman, daughter
of i '
.-. vii'AX. Chalm and Schm
ni' "i nkelfrom Bister, Pesla
kovi-r.
Further details about the above
or .ielp in locating relatives in
i: ia, Poland and Soviet-
pie< territory may be obtained
f i the Union of Russian Jews
at I ie New York address.
Tom Williams Dies Here;
Was Night Club Pioneer
Hundreds of friends in the hotel
and entertainment field this week
mourned the death of Tom Wil-
liams, veteran Miami night club
owner and manager, who
lal Friday. June 27, at Jackson
Memorial hospital after a long
illness.
Williams. 40. came to Mia
1921 and since that
associated with more night i
than any other man in the
in this area. He owned
.. am mg others, the An
: Embassy, B
Cl ver club, Macomba 18
| .,-k and for a shorl
the Blackamoor.
Surviving Willian
:
and two broth.:-, in C
Bi Ston. Interment was h,
Ml Neb on Monday, in
monies conducted by Rl
uel Machtei. Gi i : a I
was in .
ments.
WEINER
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Miami Beach. Rabb, Moses Mes-
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T.ETH TFILAH. 933 Euclid ave..
M .mi Beach. Rabb! Jovcph B.
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
Ci-NGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
avo Miami. Rabbi Murray
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I dured at a luncheon held recently at the Versailles hotel.
Miami Beach, in honor of Beverly Becker, recently appointed
e president of B'nai B'rith Women District lodge No. 5. are
.ft to right) Mary Alper, hostess; Mrs. Becker. Mrs. Lows
lick, president of the lodge; and Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
p i ident of the Miami Beach women's chapter. Mrs. Becker
: shown receiving a gift from the group.
A 14-year-old Polish girl
whose father was deported to
Russia and whose mother is
ur ble to care for her has been
"adopted" by Mrs. Sylvia Frum-
kin Sigal, 8824 Carlyle ave.,
Miami Beach, through the Fos-
ter Parents' Plan for War Chil-
dren.
Club 2, Pioneer Women for
Palestine, of Miami Beach, will
hold a gala dinner on Sunday
evening, July 13, at the Work-
men's Circle home, 25 Wash-
ington ave. The dinner is
scheduled for 6 p.m.. and ad-
mission is
S1.00.
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Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehman;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Sal
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and ex? :u
live director.
F r id n

HUBERMAN. VIOLINIST.
D.ES IN SWITZERLAND
[CH i JTA Bi mislaw
ned Jew-
;.'. lei "f the
ny orchi
, i j home at
He was
P iland,
.i concert
in. His
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appear with the Bei tin Ph
monic orchestra.
He was an ardent
Zionism and in 1934 while making
,i concert tour of P
decided to form ;i sj
chestra composed chiefly uf Ger-
man Jewish refugei Its flrsi
ci ncert in 1936 undei
canini was hailed as a su
Mr. Hubermnn had ;ippeared
several times before Miami audi-
ences.
There will be no luncheon
meeting of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Friday, July 4,
President Sam Silver announc-
ed, because of the national
holiday. Luncheon meetings
will be resumed on July 11,
when Dr. Jess V. Cohn will
address the members of the
lodge at 12:15 p.m. in the
Downtown club.
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1IDAY, JULY 4, 1947
+Jewisli for id/ton
PAGE NINE
IURNETT ROTH IS ELECTED
|TO AVC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
Burnett Roth, prominent in Miami Zionist circles and chair-
|man of the Miami chapter of the American Veterans Com-
littee, has been elected a member of the 16-man national
planning and executive committee of the AVC, it was learned
lere this weeek.
The announcement came from headquarters of the viqorous
ireterans group in New York,<$>--------------------------------------------------
1 VICTOR TO RELEASE
JEWISH SONG ALBUM
RCA Victor records will follow
up its recent release of an album
of Prayers and Poems by Francis
Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of
the Catholic diocese of New York,
with an album of recordings of
Prayers and Songs of the Jewish
Sabbath made by Dr. Stephen S.
Wise and the choir of the Free
Synagogue, according to James
W. Murray, vice president in
charge of RCA Victor record
activities.
They will be produced as a Red
Seal album of three 12-inch rec-
ords and will be available nation-
ally in time for the Jewish Holi-
days this fall, said Mr. Murray.
The recordings included a re-
cital by Dr. Wise of prayers as-
sociated with the Jewish Sabbath
liturgy, as well as renditions by
Dr. Binder and the choir of Sab-
bath Eve ceremonials, among
them the Kindling of the Sab-
bath Lights, the Sanctification
Over Wine, and the Prayer of the
Dead. The music to be recorded
is based on the authentic tradi-
tions and modes associated with
Jewish religious custom and were
spoken and sung in Hebrew and
English. Dr. Wise also recited
the Twenty-third Psalm accom-
the Twenty-third Psalm, accom-
Richardson.
it the second annual convention
tif AVC in Milwaukee, June 19-
22, were made
known. Over
2,000 delegates
attended the
c onvention
from chapters
throughout the
nation.
Other mem-
bers of the na-
tional body in-
clude Franklin D. Roosevelt, jr.;
lichael Straight, publisher of the
4i-w Republic; Robert Nathan,
iternational economist, and Oren
loot, New York Republican
eader.
Roth was recently elected state
fcommander of the Florida Jew-
sh War Veterans. He has a long
icord as a leader of veterans
If fairs in this area, particularly
the fight of the AVC to save
)PA and to expedite veterans
Dusing.
Fifteen delegates from the
liami area attended the conven-
an. and returned with glowing
fcports of the progress of this
finest organization of veterans
World War II. The conven-
on adopted many resolutions in
i-ping with AVC's slogan, "citi-
ens first, veterans second," in-
luding a proposal to take im-
mediate steps to clear the Vet-
fans Administration of discrimi-
ation of all types.
Other resolutions of national
|n d international importance
iopted by the AVC parley in-
luded a call to implement the
[nited Nations charter for pro-
fction of civil rights throughout
le world; for elimination of
Icial and religious- prejudice;
[>proval of immediate immigra-
on to the U. S. of 400,000 dis-
|aced persons in Europe; famine
to European nations; con-
tinuation of totalitarianism; and
end to cooperation with
franco and Peron.
[An especially strong resolution
s.sitl by the AVC convention
lied for the establishment of a
/ish national homeland in Pal-
lone. u>ith unrestricted immi-
lalion into that country.
|Among the delegates from Mi-
ii. aside from Mr. Roth, were:
David Prensky, Jack Gor-
ki. Charles Gropper, Shirley
h-nett, H. Potaker, Hal Nappan,
pon Aronoff, Irwin Block, Dan
avitt, B. T. Clark, T. Vidal,
|lott Pieze, H. Walton and Bob
in.
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academy, which was purchased this week from the Methodist
Church of the Good Neighbor. A modern progressive secular
and Hebrew day-school is being established for the children
of this community at this new site.
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Married in New York City last
week were Hilda Kosta. noted
grand opera singer, and Adil A.
Hakim.
Miss Kosta spent a major por-
tion of last season here teaching
special classes and appearing in
concerts and recitals. She has
appeared in the role of Carmen
before audiences all over the
country and has starred in other
leading character roles in grand
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FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947

Palestine Inquiry Committee Weighs
Complex Problems Facing Solution
Bv GEROLD FRANK
(Cop> 17, Jewish Telei
Agency, Ii 1
(ED. NOTE Gerold Frank, who it
accompanying the U.N. special com-
mittee on Palestine as a special
correspondent for the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, is the only Ameri-
can reporter with the committee who
also covered tht Anglo-American
inquiry committee last year, also as
a JTA correspondent.)
A new and perhaps definitive
chapter in the long and to
Palestine story began when the
United Nations Committee of In-
quiry left by air for Jerus
6.000 mUi id for the
19th successive inv m into
one of the mo plexing Ira-
man problems of all I
No flying carpet could 1
with it more potential magic than
the shining Constellation which
carried the vangui the 11-
man committee. These 11 men,
represent ins; 11 nations, max- nol
be able to conjure up I
they can maki
of far reaching significance.
Rarely have any nun left on an
assignment under more im
sive auspices and with as wide
powersand rarely has any |
had so Herculean a task cut out
for it.
The U.N. commitl 9 ap-
pointed under the if the
highest tribunal of the world, It
has the blessing of 55 natii ns. It
is armed with every d icu
file and fact produce
question since M I saw
the Promised Land from the hills
of Moab. Its
ers. interpretei.-. an I
assistants nun;: :\ 100.
Its terms of referenc< allow it
to go where it w 1 : ::nin.
whom it wish,
it wishes. It may spend SI
000. if necessary, on
ment which can I
than 80 days. Its only I
is that it must present its
mendations not later than
1. 1947. so that the gi
sembly can take them up
that month.
But this commit:,
tory in other ways as well.
1. It is the first truly
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*Jen1st fJhridttar
PAGE ELEVEN
'Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
TIMELY TOPICS:
The Fourth of July is a red
letter day in the history of the
American people This year
it will be a red letter day in the
history of American Zionism .
On that day the 50th annual con-
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America will take place
in New York And while mil-
lions of people will spend the
clay at the beaches and at country
places, about 2,000 Zionist dele-
gates from all parts of the country
will sweat it out at the Hotel
Pennsylvania The issue will
not be how to best celebrate the
golden anniversary of the Zionist
movement in this country, but
how to elect the best possible
president of the ZOA This is
a very important issue, since
many observers are convinced
that American action will be the
major factor in determining the
solution of the Palestine problem
. One need not be a prophet
to predict that, despite certain
opposition. Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann will emerge from the con-
vention as president, elected by a
very substantial majority .
The Silver-Neumann line is the
line accepted today by the large
majority of American Zionists
. And this will be made clear
not only by Neumann's election
as head of the ZOA. but by the
tone of the political resolutions
which the convention will adopt
... In these resolutions, one can
safely predict that emphasis will
be laid on the necessity for prod-
ding the U. S. government to
more concrete action on the Pal-
estine issue Incidentally, Loy
Henderson, the top State depart-
seek to disassociate themselves COMMUNAL TRENDS:
from Judaism for good and for-
ever, but what about those with
a stronger character? Many
of the latter are attracted to
Ziorlism as a reaffirmation of
their faith.
long ago when the Hadassah had
a larger membership than the
ZOA ... It is obvious that anti-
Semitism makes Jews more Zion-
ist-minded Moses Hess, a
German-Jewish Socialist, who for
some time worked with Karl
Marx, laid the foundations for
political Zionism largely because
he was shocked and horrified by
the Damascus Blood Libel .
Leo Pinsker, an assimilated Rus-
sian-Jewish physician, became an
advocate of the Zionist idea after
being aroused by the Czarist
pogroms of 1881 Dr. He -I
the father of political Zionism,
was completely assimilated and
came to Zionism only as a result
of the ugly Dreyfus case in
France Max Nordau, also
completely assimilated, became a
Zionist only after a waiter in a
restaurant in Germany gave him
a note in an empty glass reading
"Jews are not served here" .
Zionism took roots in Russia be-
fore World War I because anti-
Semitism was stronger there than
anywhere else in the world .
It grew in Poland between the
two world wars, because Poland
took over the role of "Anti-
Semitic Country No. 1" after the
fall of the czarist regime in Rus-
sia .. The Zionist movement was
weak in Germany until Hitler
started his anti-Jewish persecu-
tions
Can it be that Zionism shops
BIG BUILDERS:
Those who are interested in
watching the consequences result-
ing from congressional passage of
the Taft-Hartley labor bill will
also be interested in Julius Henry
Cohen's "They Buildcd Better
Than They Knew," published by
Julian Messner, Inc. The vol-
ume, written by a man deeply
concerned with industrial arbitra-
tion, contains special chapters on
Louis D. Brandeis, Morris Hill-
quit, Meyer London and others
who played an extremely impor-
tant role in bringing about normal
labor management relations a
generation ago ... In fact, it
shows how Jewish manufacturers
and Jewish labor in the needle
industries found a modus Vivendi
for settling their grievances .
The role which Jewish manufac-
turers like Max Meyer, Max
Schwartz, Moses Silberman, Louis
Rosenfeldthemselves former
workers played in bringing
about peace in the garment in-
dustry, which prevails even to
this day, is ably described by the
author ... He also describes the
role played by the Jewish labor
leaders, including Benjamin
Schlesinger, Sidney Hillman,
David Dubinsky and others who
built the powerful needle trade
unions from groups of Jewish
workers exploited in the sweat
. The author touches.
Hearings on the future organi-
zation of the American Jewish
Conference will be held soon in
Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston and
Atlanta or Nashville, in connec-
tion with the plan to convert the
conference into a permanent or-
ganization Jewish community
leaders from those sections of the
country will be given the widest
opportunity to make suggestions
with regard to the plan More
than 8,000 campaign meetings for
the United Jewish Appeal will be
held in the city of New York
within the next eight weeks .
Many Jews in the United States
will be interested to learn that j Katz stated.
BB 'Adoption1 PI m
Gets Wide Praise
The "Adopt a Family" pro-
gram, currently sponsored by
Sholem Lodge men's and wom-
en's chapters of B'nai B'rith, has
emerged as the number one p ist-
war service program of the "order,
according to a statement by Mrs.
Tena Katz, president of the lodge
women. More than 50 needy
families receive boxes of food in
France, Greece and the other
war-torn countries of Eur.ipe
from the Miami chapter alone.
"There can be no greater grati-
fication than to receive some
communication from your 'adopt-
ed' family and read of their re-
newed faith in mankind," Mrs.
the J.D.C. spent about $22,000,000
in Palestine and in Palestine-
related fields between the years
1914-1046 The J.D.C. now has
increased its staff of American
personnel overseas to about 300
persons ... Of them 100 are
working in France, 96 in Ger-
many, 26 in Austria, 20 in Italy,
13 in Czechoslovakia, and the rest
in a dozen other countries .
Thanks to the National Jewish
Welfare Board, Jewish holidays
are now, for the first time in his-
tory, included in calendars pub-
lished in Japan ... A Japanese
publisher got the idea of using
the J.W.B. calendar as back-
ground in revising the Japanese
calendar to suit American re-
quirements.
Spearheaded by Mrs. Bui'ett
Roth, Mrs. John Kronenfeld, Mrs.
David Fleeman and Mrs. Charles
R. Jacobson, the work has sp ead
throughout the B'nai B Lth
groups in this area.
Persons interested in "ad< pt-
ins" some needy family in Eu-
rope and corresponding with i em
can contact either Leo She > cr,
Sholem lodge chairman, or Mrs.
Burnett Roth,
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has grown during recent years in
the United States because anti-
Semitism has been stronger in
this country during the last 10
years than ever before? Well,
the hearings on the FEPC bill
now in Washington indicate some-
thing to this effect And the
mint expert on Palestine, has as- Jewish office girls who wear a
little cross conspicuously around
their neck in order to pose as
sured a number of important per-
sons that oil was not the basic or
even an important motive in the
[}. S. attitude towards the Pales-
tine problem ... He also revealed
that the State department did not
accept the recommendations of
the Anglo-American Inquiry
Committee on Palestine because
its officials were informed by
American Jewish leaders that the
recommendations were not ac-
ceptable to American Zionists.
*
MODERN MARANOS:
Speaking of 50 years of Ameri-
can Zionism, it is remarkable how
the- Zionist movement in this
country has grown from a small
.Membership in the pre-Nazi days
to the 200.000 on the rolls at pres-
ent There were years not so
incidentally, on the question of
Zionism in America ... He ex-
presses anti-Zionist views and
thinks that the insistence upon
Palestine as a Jewish state "is
due to a false Jewish ideology."
Christians so that they can hold
their jobs, are another indication
. Not to speak of Jewish engi-
neers and chemists who must play
the role of maranos if they want
to get a position in heavy in-
dustry And of executives in
certain business enterprises who
are afraid to be recognized as
Jews And of Jewish youths
who find it almost impossible to
get employment in banks and in
law firms in Wall Street The
weaker elements among them
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FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1947
Beth David Terminates
Synagogue Fund Drive
N ly $29,000 has been raised
in tl e second phase of the current
sing campaign of the
egation, which
ended July 1.
i t was an-
il 1 u n c ed by
H e r n a 1 il A .
ng, acting
chairman.
Mr Sterling
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con ;; r egation
now has pit
ng nearly
$225,000 '. 0 w -
.; $525,000
.,,,.., goal for a new
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... m 1 renew the cam-
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Is," hi explained.
I'' ns for the fall campaign in-
a thirty-fifth anniversary
1 to be held in October or
and an intensive sale
Junior Gifl Ci
ade 1 ut in the sum of
-five dollars I n with
iiil;: 1 thirty-fifth an-
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; :: S Mi : koff, who while
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LY, JULY 4, 1947
*Jewist> fhorldlan
PAGE NINE
1NETT ROTH IS ELECTED
AVC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
_nett Roth, prominent in Miami Zionist circles and chair-
of the Miami chapter of the American Veterans Com-
e, has been elected a member of the 16-man national
king and executive committee of the AVC, it was learned
this weeek.
le announcement came from headquarters of the viqorous
nns group in New York,<8>-----;
results of the elections, held
He second annual convention
BVC in Milwaukee, June 19-
22, were made
known. Over
2,000 delegates
attended the
convention
from chapters
throughout the
nation.
Other mem-
bers of the na-
tional body in-
___^JFranklin D. Roosevelt, jr.;
Bel Straight, publisher of the
NJBRepuU:e; Robert Nathan,
KWiunal economist, and Oren
RoOT N e w V (i r k Republican
leader
Roth was recently elected state
conBander uf the Florida Jew-
ish War Veterans. He has a long
record
K^Kw in this area, particularly
in the fight of the AVC to save
OPA and to expedite veterans
nomine
Fifti delegates from the
MUH area attended the conven-
ftnil returned with glowing
Hi of the progress of this
M organization of veterans
of^Brld War II. The conven-
tion adopted many resolutions in
Hg with AVC's slogan, "citi-
Hrst, veterans second," in-
Ht a proposal to take im-
He steps to clear the Vet-
B^ri ministration of discrimi-
I of all types.
Hr resolutions of national
^international importance
d by the AVC parley in-
I a call to implement the
H Nations charter for pro-
ton of civil rights throughout
Hoi Id: for elimination of
racial
at
and religious- prejudice;
il of immediate immigra-
te U. S. of 400,000 dis-
>ersons in Europe; famine
European nations; con-
ion of totalitarianism; and
to cooperation with
Peron.
ipecially strong resolution
by the AVC convention
for the establishment of a
[national homeland in Pal-
w-ith unrestricted rmmi-
into that country.
IK the delegates from Mi-
|de from Mr. Roth, were:
jvid Prensky, Jack Gor-
sharles Gropper, Shirley
H. Potaker, Hal Nappan,
u-onoff, Irwin Block, Dan
B. T. Clark, T. Vidal,
'ieze, H. Walton and Bob
VICTOR TO RELEASE
JEWISH SONG ALBUM
RCA Victor records will follow
up its recent release of an album
of Prayers and Poems by Francis
Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of
the Catholic diocese of New York,
with an album of recordings of
Prayers and Songs of the Jewish
Sabbath made by Dr. Stephen S.
Wise and the choir of the Free
Synagogue, according to James
W. Murray, vice president in
charge of RCA Victor record
activities.
They will be produced as a Red
Seal album of three 12-inch rec-
ords and will be available nation-
ally in time for the Jewish Holi-
days this fall, said Mr. Murray.
The recordings included a re-
cital by Dr. Wise of prayers as-
sociated with the Jewish Sabbath
liturgy, as well as renditions by
Dr. Binder and the choir of Sab-
bath Eve ceremonials, among
them the Kindling of the Sab-
bath Lights, the Sanctification
Over Wine, and the Prayer of the
Dead. The music to be recorded
is based on the authentic tradi-
tions and modes associated with
Jewish religious custom and were
spoken and sung in Hebrew and
English. Dr. Wise also recited
the Twenty-third Psalm accom-
the Twenty-third Psalm, accom-
Richardson.
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academy, which was purchased this week from the Methodist
Church of the Good Neighbor. A modern progressive secular
and Hebrew day-school is being established for the children
of this community at this new site.
H. Kosta, Opera Singer,
Marries In New York
Married in New York City last
week were Hilda Kosta, noted
grand opera singer, and Adil A,
Hakim.
Miss Kosta spent a major por-
tion of last season here teaching
special classes and appearing in
concerts and recitals. She has
appeared in the role of Carmen
before audiences all over the
country and has starred in other
leading character roles in grand
opera.
Sholem Lodge Projector
Goes to Invalid Veterans
The Community Service com-
mittee of Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, has received a ceiling book
machine projector, which will be
presented to one of the local Vet-
erans* Administration hospital fa-
cilities, according to Charles R.
Jacobson, executive secretary.
The machine projects printed'
pages upon the ceiling above the
bed-ridden patient. An electric
button control enables the reader I
to turn pages without movement:
of the limbs. All types of maga- I
zines and books are provided in
35-mm. size rolls, from sports to
the classics.
Leo Sheincr and Abe Arono-
vitz, co-chairmen of the commit-
tee, plan to launch an expanded
"Serve-A-Hospital" program in
the Greater Miami area, by pre-
sentation of ceiling-book ma-
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Soprano Cecilia Duenas, Col-
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day evening conceits presented
by the University of Miami Con-
cert orchestra under the auspices
of the Miami Beach "Pop" Con-
certs association. The concert is
scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m.
in the Flamingo Park bandshell.
Modeste Alloo will conduct.
The program will include:
I. Overture to the Bal ......) Strauss
1 "Bell Song" from the opera
Ltikme ..................... DHUx-m
Cecilia Duenas
!. Symphony No. .", in K minor,
Op. 95 I New World)
Nargt
Finale -Allegro con fuoco. ..Dvorak
INTERMISSION
I. Selections from the
Student Prince............Romberfl
j. Spanish Waits "Eapana"
Wal.lt.ufil
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LY, JULY 4, 1947 *Jewist> fhorldlan PAGE NINE 1NETT ROTH IS ELECTED AVC NATIONAL COMMITTEE _nett Roth, prominent in Miami Zionist circles and chair%  of the Miami chapter of the American Veterans Com%  e, has been elected a member of the 16-man national king and executive committee of the AVC, it was learned %  this weeek. %  le announcement came from headquarters of the viqorous %  nns group in New York,<8> ;— results of the elections, held He second annual convention BVC in Milwaukee, June 1922, were made known. Over 2,000 delegates attended the convention from chapters throughout the nation. Other members of the national body in^JFranklin D. Roosevelt, jr.; Bel Straight, publisher of the NJBRepuU:e; Robert Nathan, KWiunal economist, and Oren RoOT N e w V (i r k Republican leader Roth was recently elected state conBander uf the Florida Jewish War Veterans. He has a long record K^Kw in this area, particularly in the fight of the AVC to save OPA and to expedite veterans nomine Fifti delegates from the MUH area attended the convenftnil returned with glowing Hi of the progress of this M organization of veterans of^Brld War II. The convention adopted many resolutions in Hg with AVC's slogan, "citiHrst, veterans second," inHT a proposal to take imHe steps to clear the VetB^ri ministration of discrimiI of all types. Hr resolutions of national ^international importance %  d by the AVC parley inI a call to implement the H Nations charter for proton of civil rights throughout Hoi Id: for elimination of racial at and religiousprejudice; il of immediate immigrate U. S. of 400,000 dis>ersons in Europe; famine European nations; conion of totalitarianism; and to cooperation with Peron. ipecially strong resolution by the AVC convention for the establishment of a [national homeland in Palw-ith unrestricted rmmiinto that country. IK the delegates from Mi|de from Mr. Roth, were: jvid Prensky, Jack Gorsharles Gropper, Shirley H. Potaker, Hal Nappan, u-onoff, Irwin Block, Dan B. T. Clark, T. Vidal, 'ieze, H. Walton and Bob VICTOR TO RELEASE JEWISH SONG ALBUM RCA Victor records will follow up its recent release of an album of Prayers and Poems by Francis Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of the Catholic diocese of New York, with an album of recordings of Prayers and Songs of the Jewish Sabbath made by Dr. Stephen S. Wise and the choir of the Free Synagogue, according to James W. Murray, vice president in charge of RCA Victor record activities. They will be produced as a Red Seal album of three 12-inch records and will be available nationally in time for the Jewish Holidays this fall, said Mr. Murray. The recordings included a recital by Dr. Wise of prayers associated with the Jewish Sabbath liturgy, as well as renditions by Dr. Binder and the choir of Sabbath Eve ceremonials, among them the Kindling of the Sabbath Lights, the Sanctification Over Wine, and the Prayer of the Dead. The music to be recorded is based on the authentic traditions and modes associated with Jewish religious custom and were spoken and sung in Hebrew and English. Dr. Wise also recited the Twenty-third Psalm accomthe Twenty-third Psalm, accomRichardson. %  %  > f, ;*H, \Hfc • ^''41 < *•"**• ? • v ?ii iijH" v\y* 1 % %  %  ^It 1 ^ r ,,*^ m 1 i 91 -t : % i L^H^U £v#AI 1 Mil o JS&* W? \ Shown above is the new home of the Greater Miami Hebrew academy, which was purchased this week from the Methodist Church of the Good Neighbor. A modern progressive secular and Hebrew day-school is being established for the children of this community at this new site. H. Kosta, Opera Singer, Marries In New York Married in New York City last week were Hilda Kosta, noted grand opera singer, and Adil A, Hakim. Miss Kosta spent a major portion of last season here teaching special classes and appearing in concerts and recitals. She has appeared in the role of Carmen before audiences all over the country and has starred in other leading character roles in grand opera. Sholem Lodge Projector Goes to Invalid Veterans The Community Service committee of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, has received a ceiling book machine projector, which will be presented to one of the local Veterans* Administration hospital facilities, according to Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary. The machine projects printed' pages upon the ceiling above the bed-ridden patient. An electric button control enables the reader I to turn pages without movement: of the limbs. All types of magaI zines and books are provided in 35-mm. size rolls, from sports to the classics. Leo Sheincr and Abe Aronovitz, co-chairmen of the committee, plan to launch an expanded "Serve-A-Hospital" program in the Greater Miami area, by presentation of ceiling-book machines, wheel chairs *ind miscellaneous gifts to servicemen. IS* Or TjjGUST BROS Ry. E ** IS the BEST.' 11 FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR Ne. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 • 78-2972 NOW delivering America's most sensational premium gift. Believe it or not, A RADIO IN A BOTTLE, HO volt, AC or DC. 4 tubes. Try a sample today, $32.95. Agents wanted throughout the state. Write, wire or phone Harry S. Schwartz Distributing Co., 1800 S. W. 17h St., Miami. Ph. 2-4429. Shipman Stamp machines also available. 'POP' CONCERT No. 2 TO FEATURE SOPRANO Soprano Cecilia Duenas, Colombian singer, will be featured tomorrow night at the second concert of the series of ten Saturday evening conceits presented by the University of Miami Concert orchestra under the auspices of the Miami Beach "Pop" Concerts association. The concert is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. in the Flamingo Park bandshell. Modeste Alloo will conduct. The program will include: I. Overture to the Bal )• Strauss 1 "Bell Song" from the opera Ltikme DHUX-M Cecilia Duenas !. Symphony No. .", in K minor, Op. 95 I New World) Nargt Finale -Allegro con fuoco. ..Dvorak INTERMISSION I. Selections from the Student Prince Romberfl j. Spanish Waits "Eapana" Wal.lt.ufil >; "Una Voce Pooo Ha" from the opera "Barber of Seville"...Roulnl Cecilia Duenaa 7. Marohe Slave TYhalkowHky HOUSE OR APARTMENT Two or three-bedroom, Furnished or Unfurnished, desired by former Army officer, wife and two wellbehaved children, 10 months and 10 years, respectively. I have been refused apartments by Gentile landlords because I admit to being Jewish; I have been refused apartments by Jewish landlords because I have refused to pay Black Market rentals. I am willing to pay $125.00 per month. Surely some kindhearted Jewish landlord would be willing to accept such a rental. Call 78-6262 THE II LilLlI AUTO PAINTING UPHOLSTERY-SEAT COVERS Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTIAC SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Work Expert Motor Repairing 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI 37, FLA. r % D UTCH STEAK % SANDWICH DAILY BLUE PLATE from Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special \ 65c 65c Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Owned and Operated by HARRY G. 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1IDAY, JULY 4, 1947 +Jewisli for id/ton PAGE NINE IURNETT ROTH IS ELECTED |TO AVC NATIONAL COMMITTEE Burnett Roth, prominent in Miami Zionist circles and chair|man of the Miami chapter of the American Veterans Comlittee, has been elected a member of the 16-man national planning and executive committee of the AVC, it was learned lere this weeek. The announcement came from headquarters of the viqorous ireterans group in New York,<$> 1 VICTOR TO RELEASE JEWISH SONG ALBUM RCA Victor records will follow up its recent release of an album of Prayers and Poems by Francis Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of the Catholic diocese of New York, with an album of recordings of Prayers and Songs of the Jewish Sabbath made by Dr. Stephen S. Wise and the choir of the Free Synagogue, according to James W. Murray, vice president in charge of RCA Victor record activities. They will be produced as a Red Seal album of three 12-inch records and will be available nationally in time for the Jewish Holidays this fall, said Mr. Murray. The recordings included a recital by Dr. Wise of prayers associated with the Jewish Sabbath liturgy, as well as renditions by Dr. Binder and the choir of Sabbath Eve ceremonials, among them the Kindling of the Sabbath Lights, the Sanctification Over Wine, and the Prayer of the Dead. The music to be recorded is based on the authentic traditions and modes associated with Jewish religious custom and were spoken and sung in Hebrew and English. Dr. Wise also recited the Twenty-third Psalm accomthe Twenty-third Psalm, accomRichardson. it the second annual convention tif AVC in Milwaukee, June 1922, were made known. Over 2,000 delegates attended the c onvention from chapters throughout the nation. Other members of the national body include Franklin D. Roosevelt, jr.; lichael Straight, publisher of the 4i-w Republic; Robert Nathan, iternational economist, and Oren loot, New York Republican eader. Roth was recently elected state fcommander of the Florida Jewsh War Veterans. He has a long icord as a leader of veterans If fairs in this area, particularly the fight of the AVC to save )PA and to expedite veterans Dusing. Fifteen delegates from the liami area attended the convenan. and returned with glowing fcports of the progress of this finest organization of veterans World War II. The convenon adopted many resolutions in i-ping with AVC's slogan, "citiens first, veterans second," inluding a proposal to take immediate steps to clear the Vetfans Administration of discrimiation of all types. Other resolutions of national |n d international importance iopted by the AVC parley inluded a call to implement the [nited Nations charter for profction of civil rights throughout le world; for elimination of Icial and religiousprejudice; [>proval of immediate immigraon to the U. S. of 400,000 dis|aced persons in Europe; famine to European nations; continuation of totalitarianism; and end to cooperation with franco and Peron. [An especially strong resolution s.sitl by the AVC convention lied for the establishment of a /ish national homeland in Pallone. u>ith unrestricted immilalion into that country. |Among the delegates from Miii. aside from Mr. Roth, were: David Prensky, Jack Gorki. Charles Gropper, Shirley h-nett, H. Potaker, Hal Nappan, pon Aronoff, Irwin Block, Dan avitt, B. T. Clark, T. Vidal, |lott Pieze, H. Walton and Bob in. Shown above is the new home of the Greater Miami Hebrew academy, which was purchased this week from the Methodist Church of the Good Neighbor. A modern progressive secular and Hebrew day-school is being established for the children of this community at this new site. H. Kosta, Opera Singer, Marries In New York Married in New York City last week were Hilda Kosta. noted grand opera singer, and Adil A. Hakim. Miss Kosta spent a major portion of last season here teaching special classes and appearing in concerts and recitals. She has appeared in the role of Carmen before audiences all over the country and has starred in other leading character roles in grand opera. WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And Be BOM If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MHW "Milk Products" Dmcro Prote* #d EL. 2-2621 [Greater Miami Delivery Vtilt Our Farm at ad of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. 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Leo Sheincr and Abe Aronovitz, co-chairmen of tin? committee, plan to launch an expanded "Serve-A-Hospital" program in the Greater Miami area, by presentation of ceiling-book machines, wheel chairs .and miscellaneous gifts to servicemen. 2* Qr Tj3GUST BROSi.R V£ ** %  la the BEST.' 0 FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 • 78-2972 NOW delivering America's most sensational premium gift. Believe it or not, A RADIO IN A BOTTLE, 110 volt. AC or DC, 4 tubes. Try a sample today, $32.95. Agents want, ed throughout the state. Write, wire or phone Harry S. Schwartz Distributing Co 1800 S. W. 17th St., Miami. Ph. 2-4429. Shipman Stamp machines also available. AUTO PAINTING UPHOLSTERY SEAT COVERS Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTIAC SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Work Expert Motor Repairing 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI 37. FLA. 'POP' CONCERT No. 2 TO FEATURE SOPRANO Soprano Cecilia Duenas, Colombian singer, will be featured tomorrow night at the second concert of the series of ten Saturday evening concerts presented by the University of Miami Concert orchestra under the auspices of the Miami Beach "Pop" Concerts association. The concert is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. in the Flamingo Park bandshell. Modesto Alloo will conduct. The program will include: !. Overture to the Bat I. Btrauss 2. "ii.'U Song:" from the opera likui<. DeUbea Cecilia Duenas I. Symphony No. 5 In E minor, Op. 65 (New World) l.aiKO Finale -Allegro % %  in fuoco. ..Dvorak INTRRMISSION l. Selections from iho -' i'ii tit i 'rii Romberg 5. Bpanlah Walts "JSspana" vVaMteufel it "Una Voce P Pa" from the opera "Barber of Seville"...Rossini Cecilia Duenas 7. 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RUSSIAN JEWS SEEK
f: LATIVES HERE
' e Union of Russian Jews, 55
W 2nd st., New York, has an-
nounced the receipt of a group
of messages from the Soviet I n-
ion. These messages, from Jews
have lost contact with rela-
tives and friends here, are with-
iddresses, and the organiza-
tion is seeking to deliver them by
n. : e only.
Listed among persons being
>ht are the following:
NBMIROVSKY, Clitel. daughter.ol
i- Sokolovaky, at Mest. Ruzhin,
... hi,i message from Bister 01
. i: ,, hll Sokolovsk daughter oi
A'V'i':!':\ IX. lo m of l*lb. born
I sue t'i<."i relative Shlema w
Sr '' ,. ,
i i l BX. or Kogen, Boi la,
cousin, Plra Klalchtman.
daui itei ol Israel. .
M \l.\I.\V, Munlo, son of ruda and
I, ol Zwlaholfrom
. Mulman, daughter of Ti
. 'hi ntsli Malman.
i; UINSTE1N, Shay a, son ol
m wife of Oolda, daughter '.
Shi >n ill.-l- from sister or
But. -perl Umansky, daughtei of 1*10,
r lotmlsrovka; also for Dlmont,
forn rly Dlnersteln, Letter.
; iJiENRAT, Nachman Nisen
i, ce, Ito Ooiohman, daugl
l: i.......a and [oslf Golcnr,
It I'N'li'K. Don, Berel, Sim
i: from sister or cousin, Qusla
K id k, daughti r of loslf.
I. 'MAN. Emma, 66 years old
i ran Schwartsman, yon of
Bhle na; also for Qreanberg, Morton,
i, -s Shelndel, born Vladlmlrsky,
of I issova, Klevsk, Obi.from Enta
.; ii t, daughter of Vanki l. also
Sam Ludlnsky. .
r rtSTEIN, Meyer, mn .,i Isaac, ol
r, ov, born 1888, a tailor from
,,,-j.i w i.-.i.i, Persteln, son of Molsha
l, \ in, or Lewinsky, Abram-Bi r, ;i
or his daughter, Baahavi
r,,,,, i. Blvla Lovlnaky, daughter
SI i VA P, Jai ob, son of Molshe
fi.m cousin Ita Golehman, daughter
of Ii
s; .AiTAN, Chalm and Schml
of > .nk. I- from Bister, Peale Kalln-
Further details about the above
or >elp in locating relatives in
Russia, Poland and Soviet-occu-
p territory may be obtained
froi i the Union of Russian Jews
at t le New York address.
Tom Williams Dies Here;
Was Night Club Pioneer
Hundreds of friends in I
and entertainment field th
mourned the d
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owner and manager,
Friday. June 2
Memorial hospital alter a
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1921 and since thai
associated with
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ments.
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to right) Mary Alper. hostess; Mrs. Becker. Mrs. to*
lick, president of the lodge; and Mrs. Harry KaufmJ
den* oi the Miami Beach women's chapter. Mrs. Beck^
shown receiving a gift from the group.
A 14-year-old Polish girl
whose father was deported to
Ru.-sia and whose mother is
ur. ble to care for her has been
"adopted" by Mrs. Sylvia Frum-
kin Sigal, 8824 Carlyle ave.,
Miami Beach, through the Fos-
ter Parents' Plan for War Chil-
dren.
Club 2, Pioneer Women for
Palestine, of Miami Beach, will
hold a gala dinner on Sunday
evening. July 13. at the Work
men's Circle home. 25 Wash-
ington ave. The dinner is
scheduled for 6 p.m., and ad-
mission is SI.00.
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Miami Beach
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CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
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Ribbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mail-
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN
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Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrn
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
p.m.
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN
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Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
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There will be no lurctw
meeting of Sholem Lodgt
B'nai B'rith. on Friday, Julyl
President Sam Silver annom*
ed. because cf the natos!
holiday. Luncheon mMiiaj
will be resumed on July II
when Dr. Jess V. Cohn wil
address the members ol ta
lodge at 12:15 p.m. in :|
Downtown club.
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Featuring
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FINEST WESTERN MEAT
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EVENING AND ALL DAY SUNDAY
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PAGE EIGHT RUSSIAN JEWS SEEK F: LATIVES HERE e Union of Russian Jews, 55 W 2nd st., New York, has announced the receipt of a group of messages from the Soviet I nion. These messages, from Jews have lost contact with relatives and friends here, are withiddresses, and the organization is seeking to deliver them by n. : e only. Listed among persons being >ht are the following: NBMIROVSKY, Clitel. daughter.ol iSokolovaky, at Mest. Ruzhin, ... HI, i message from Bister 01 i: ,, hll Sokolovsk daughter oi A 'V'i':!':\ IX. lo m of l*lb. born I sue t'i<. "i relative Shlema w Sr '' %  ,. • i •• i l BX. or Kogen, Boi la, %  „„ cousin, Plra Klalchtman. daui itei ol Israel. M \l.\I.\V, Munlo, son of ruda and I, ol Zwlahol—from Mulman, daughter of Ti 'hi ntsli Malman. i; UINSTE1N, Shay a, son ol M wife of Oolda, daughter • %  '. Shi >n ill.-lfrom sister or %  But. -perl Umansky, daughtei of 1*10, „r lotmlsrovka; also for Dlmont, forn rly Dlnersteln, Letter. %  ;• iJiENRAT, Nachman Nisen— i, ce, Ito Ooiohman, daugl l: i a and [oslf Golcnr, It I'N'li'K. Don, Berel, Sim i: from sister or cousin, Qusla K id k, daughti r of loslf. I. 'MAN. Emma, 66 years old i ran Schwartsman, yon of Bhle na; also for Qreanberg, Morton, i, -s Shelndel, born Vladlmlrsky, of I issova, Klevsk, Obi.—from Enta .; ii t, daughter of Vanki l. also Sam Ludlnsky. r rtSTEIN, Meyer, mn .,i Isaac, ol R, ov, born 1888, a tailor from ,,,-j.i w I.-.I.I, Persteln, son of Molsha l, \ IN, or Lewinsky, Abram-Bi r, ;i or his daughter, Baahavi r,,,,, %  i. Blvla Lovlnaky, daughter SI i VA P, Jai ob, son of Molshe fi.m cousin Ita Golehman, daughter of Ii s; .AiTAN, Chalm and Schml of %  > .nk. Ifrom Bister, Peale KallnFurther details about the above or >elp in locating relatives in Russia, Poland and Soviet-occup territory may be obtained froi i the Union of Russian Jews at t le New York address. Tom Williams Dies Here; Was Night Club Pioneer Hundreds of friends in I and entertainment field th mourned the d ,, veteran Miami n owner and manager, Friday. June 2 Memorial hospital alter a '"wflliams, 19, an 1921 and since thai associated with th n any >\ in this area. H( .. among Oth the Embassy, B Cl v. r club Mac imba Bl Pi idock and fo a shorl | the Blackamooi Survivin '' %  I and two b Bi ston. Intermenl Mt Nebo on Mi ndaj i monies conducted by Ra uel Machtei. O was in charge ol ments. WEINER Vbi .ham Weln. is ., survived l>; hi June SO, Kal.1-1 M %  idu Mi FREEDMAN i. Pi rtii I .1 ;: • al I II. Ill veil.,.he had lived Mis. K l: raugi mi nts. TANENBAUM Pr Charli M s W llth June 89 He %  25 years S. and E Mi Alberl • %  in %  • %  tery. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORV ORTHODOX Miami Beach. Rabbi r chcloff; Cantor Lou.s D. f • FRIDAY. July 4 %  \ I'llUtf ... %  11:3 0a.n.. %  in. CETH TFILAH. 935 EuclidI ave_. Beach. Rabbi Jor.eph E. • P MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S.W. 17lh av.. Miami. Rabbi Murray G auer. i R I %  ir ed at a luncheon held recently at the Versailles hoU :m ; Beach, in honor of Beverly Becker, recently appofaJ e president of B'nai B'rith Women District loage No. 5 J to right) Mary Alper. hostess; Mrs. Becker. Mrs. to* lick, president of the lodge; and Mrs. Harry KaufmJ den* oi the Miami Beach women's chapter. Mrs. Beck^ shown receiving a gift from the group. A 14-year-old Polish girl whose father was deported to Ru.-sia and whose mother is ur. ble to care for her has been "adopted" by Mrs. Sylvia Frumkin Sigal, 8824 Carlyle ave., Miami Beach, through the Foster Parents' Plan for War Children. Club 2, Pioneer Women for Palestine, of Miami Beach, will hold a gala dinner on Sunday evening. July 13. at the Work men's Circle home. 25 Washington ave. The dinner is scheduled for 6 p.m., and admission is SI.00. LEO EISEXSTEIX JfUait^ Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your !" 'rREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Miami Beach 12 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAV"D. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Ribbi Max Shapiro; Rev. MailMamches, • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN TI'.R. 1415 Euclid ave., Mi Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrn Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. p.m. I JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Di. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. I s HUBERMAN. VIOLINIST. D.ES IN SWITZERLAND ITA Bronislaw II I Jewl the • chest i a, ;it He was i, Poland, c mcei i : 10. His n Eu!>y the In 1936 he Ii ectorschool demy beI velopFollowing appear with l nil nic orchest He was an j Zmnism and in 1931 j a concert to decided to foi m sj • %  chestra comp I man Jewish refu j concert in 1936 ui I canini was haili I Mr. Huberni m had several times before M encea. i i .:. i fused tn There will be no lurctw meeting of Sholem Lodgt B'nai B'rith. on Friday, Julyl President Sam Silver annom* ed. because cf the natos! holiday. Luncheon mMiiaj will be resumed on July II when Dr. Jess V. Cohn wil address the members ol ta lodge at 12:15 p.m. in :| Downtown club. The Perfect CORSET SHOP • CORSET HOSPITAL Phone READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS '.3MDUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT (SG\ED FOR THE NEW SILHOUETTES 220 MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami R; bbi Leon K.onish: Can.or Sam uel Kelemer. INVEST IN A C. B. S. DUPLEX 1-Bedroom Unit SI 1.800 "^ ? 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*Jewst Tkridian FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1947 Beth David Terminates Synagogue Fund Drive N ly $29,000 has been raised in tl e second phase of the current sing campaign of the egation, which ended July 1. i t was anil 1 u n c ed by H e r n a 1 il A ng, acting chairman. Mr Sterling said that tho con ;; r egation now has pit ng nearly $225,000 '. 0 w .; $525,000 .,,,.., goal for a new 1 synagi I ... m 1 renew the camp igain actively as soon as Is," hi explained. I'' ns for the fall campaign ina thirty-fifth anniversary 1 to be held in October or and an intensive sale •Junior Gifl Ci ade 1 ut in the sum of -five dollars I n with IIIL;: 1 thirty-fifth an1 ary ned for use as %  hday and ami 1 gifts. ; :: S Mi : koff, who while abs< n< 1 fri im the G ti Bet'". David c the pas) two •1 is, n 1 inwhile resumed his post cto f public relai %  1 the Fedi 1 at i n on July 1. • been paign B nard A St : ••'. nil y (.'. My< 1 s. Louis 1 Samuel : tor. Max Sv L %  !. .1 ( Si Dr S %  \ P : %  Max B ,• C. C A x C .! %  IW. 1 M : l Davi S M x 11 Dave Rabinowitz, Dave Ed S .. William of 1 I Jack Marash Honored On Eve of Departure On the eve of his lure to assume his new duties as YMHA 1 st in Richmond. Va.. Jack -ii. former director of the Miami Beach V. was recentlj on d at a party given by a group of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gold.; North Hay rd.. were hosts at the affair, whi included members of th> riittee of the V's community t series. They we e M and Mrs. Leo Huberman, Mr. and \i %  Elliott Winterfield, M .. %  \ %  1 D nan. Mrs. Marash and < I. ...Sigal. / TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE A \ Si T S Mayer Miller, v t GUST BROS Ry^ tythe BEST.' £s57 )u£oto Bed 0 SLEEP NOT TO FRET hit r notice how small troubles look big to you and greater troublei secin crushing when nervous tension keep* you awake at night? You can't be at your mentally or phys• you get %  em sleep. Mi lea iVercina has helped thousands to more restful nights and more peaceful days. Ask your druggist for Miles Nervine. CAUTION'—use only as directed. Effervescent tablets, 35c and 75c -Liquid, 1:5c and $1.00. Milei Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, \ 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION ion eet ,e,vSy|tem 1 at .-."_.



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FRIDAY. JULY 4, 1947 +Jewlsii fhridiar PAGE FIVE Goldsteins In New York After June 29 Wedding Mrs. Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W. 1-1 ih ter., announces the marriage of her daughter, Mona Lucille, to l'rwin Morton Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 5828 Pine Tree dr., on Sunday, June 29, at Temple Israel, Dr. Jacob Kaplan officiating. Dorothy Goldstein, the bridegroom's sister, was maid of honor, Marilyn Gerstein and Lillian Gross acted as bridesmaids; the bride's cousin, Alberta Hohauser, was flower girl, while Miss Gladys Atlas kept the bride's book. Goldstein was attended by his cousin, Harry Baker, as best man, with Dr. Harold Sutker of Atlanta and Alfred Bork, of Jacksonville, as ushers. Arnold Sheer and Edward Pastroff seated the guests. Among out of town guests wciiMr. and Mrs. Marx Baker. Harold and Elsie Baker, Mrs. Abe Shemer, Mrs. Mary Atlas, Marjorle and Elsie Atlas, and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Baker, all of Jacksonville; Harry L. Baker, of Cincinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Figatner, of Chicago. The bride is a graduate of Miami High school, and attended Florida State college before entering the University of Miami, where she is now a junior. She is secretary of Alpha Epsilon Phi. and a member of the Hillel fouh. a. Mr. Goldstein was graduated MI Miami Beach High school and the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of Tail Delta Phi fraternity. He served with the Army for three r,d a half years. Following a reception for 300 ii sts at Kaplan hall, and a dinner for the families at the Shel1 ..riuhotel, the couple left for a honeymoon of several weeks in N iw York. They will make their home in Miami. Marcie Liberman, Miami Beach mayor, admin sters the oath to Aurora Layne, 100th member to be inducted into Miami Beach post, AMVETS, at induction ceremonies at the Poinciana hotel. Pictured (left to right) are Saul Radler, senior vice commander of the post; Sadye Reiner, president of the ladies' auxiliary; Liberman, M ss Layne, and Nat Pollack, post commander. Ex-WAC Is Inducted As 100th AMVET Member Harry Set-ve, administrative assistant of the United Palestine Appeal, who left June 26 for Europe and Palestine in oner to gain first-hand informa, on on the plight of Europe's he ieless Jews and to study the pr >gress of their rehabilitation .id resettlement in Palestine. Local BB Girls Named To District Posts At the annual district convention of B'nai B'rith Girls and Young Women held in Washington June 21-24, Beryl Axelrod. president of the Miami BBG chapter, was elected third vice p < sident; Rosalee Margolis, president of BZB, corresponding sccn tary; and Leila Gross of the Miami Beach Jems, recording secretary, Carol Aronovitz was elected delegate to the national convention which will take place at High Point, N. Y., Sept. 2-5. The B'nai B'rith Young Women elected Paula Lach to the post of secretary, and Eleanor Quartin to that of historian and reporter. Both girls are members of the Miami Dcbbs chapter. Paula Lach was also elected delegate to the national convention to take place at St. Paul, Minn., in August. Other girls from Greater Miami attending the convention were B e r n i c e Badanes, Lee Ifosenberg, Jo Ann Shier, Claire Davidson, Carol Solomon, Sonya Pallot, Phyllis Goldstein, Beverly Sherman, Barbara Gould and Delores Peckcrman. Aurora Layne, a finalist in '.he nationwide "Miss Stardust" beauty contest, recently was inducted as the 100th member of the Miami Beach post of AMVETS, according to Nat Pollack, post commander Miss Layne, a former member of the WAC, was the thirteenth member of the Leon Cohen cl SS of recruits to the veterans' group, the third class to be indue 1 ..:d since the post's inception. The lovely brunette falsified her age twice to enter the WAC. serving six months and four months respectively before being discovered and discharged. Finally, early in 1945, she came of age, and entered the Army legally. Marcie Liberman, newly elected mayor of Miami Beach, officiated at the ceremony of induction for the new recruits, who inchul .!. besides Miss Layne. Harold Reinhard, Norman Reinhard. Tony Colson, Ed Knobel, Harold Shapiro, Hy Leonard, E m a n u e 1 Greenberg, Harry Tropp, Bern i Sheaffer, Walter Yonchenko, Bob Singer and Gerry Greenberg. Miss Lillian Steen, young Beach singer, enturtained at the affair. JTOGUST BROS R>:, Is ihv IH SI Young bachelor, permanent resident, wishes room with refined adult family in the Southwest section. Phone 3-3979 Mr. Good NURSERY PLANTS • SHRUBS • POTTED FERNS • FLOWERS Joseph Melnick 1252 N. 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TODAY. JULY 4. 1947 Jen1st fJhridttar PAGE ELEVEN 'Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. TIMELY TOPICS: The Fourth of July is a red letter day in the history of the American people This year it will be a red letter day in the history of American Zionism On that day the 50th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America will take place in New York And while millions of people will spend the clay at the beaches and at country places, about 2,000 Zionist delegates from all parts of the country will sweat it out at the Hotel Pennsylvania The issue will not be how to best celebrate the golden anniversary of the Zionist movement in this country, but how to elect the best possible president of the ZOA This is a very important issue, since many observers are convinced that American action will be the major factor in determining the solution of the Palestine problem One need not be a prophet to predict that, despite certain opposition. Dr. Emanuel Neumann will emerge from the convention as president, elected by a very substantial majority The Silver-Neumann line is the line accepted today by the large majority of American Zionists And this will be made clear not only by Neumann's election as head of the ZOA. but by the tone of the political resolutions which the convention will adopt ... In these resolutions, one can safely predict that emphasis will be laid on the necessity for prodding the U. S. government to more concrete action on the Palestine issue Incidentally, Loy Henderson, the top State departseek to disassociate themselves COMMUNAL TRENDS: from Judaism for good and forever, but what about those with a stronger character? Many of the latter are attracted to Ziorlism as a reaffirmation of their faith. long ago when the Hadassah had a larger membership than the ZOA ... It is obvious that antiSemitism makes Jews more Zionist-minded Moses Hess, a German-Jewish Socialist, who for some time worked with Karl Marx, laid the foundations for political Zionism largely because he was shocked and horrified by the Damascus Blood Libel Leo Pinsker, an assimilated Russian-Jewish physician, became an advocate of the Zionist idea after being aroused by the Czarist pogroms of 1881 Dr. He -I the father of political Zionism, was completely assimilated and came to Zionism only as a result of the ugly Dreyfus case in France Max Nordau, also completely assimilated, became a Zionist only after a waiter in a restaurant in Germany gave him a note in an empty glass reading "Jews are not served here" Zionism took roots in Russia before World War I because antiSemitism was stronger there than anywhere else in the world It grew in Poland between the two world wars, because Poland took over the role of "AntiSemitic Country No. 1" after the fall of the czarist regime in Russia .. The Zionist movement was weak in Germany until Hitler started his anti-Jewish persecutions Can it be that Zionism shops BIG BUILDERS: Those who are interested in watching the consequences resulting from congressional passage of the Taft-Hartley labor bill will also be interested in Julius Henry Cohen's "They Buildcd Better Than They Knew," published by Julian Messner, Inc. The volume, written by a man deeply concerned with industrial arbitration, contains special chapters on Louis D. Brandeis, Morris Hillquit, Meyer London and others who played an extremely important role in bringing about normal labor management relations a generation ago ... In fact, it shows how Jewish manufacturers and Jewish labor in the needle industries found a modus Vivendi for settling their grievances The role which Jewish manufacturers like Max Meyer, Max Schwartz, Moses Silberman, Louis Rosenfeld—themselves former workers —played in bringing about peace in the garment industry, which prevails even to this day, is ably described by the author ... He also describes the role played by the Jewish labor leaders, including Benjamin Schlesinger, Sidney Hillman, David Dubinsky and others who built the powerful needle trade unions from groups of Jewish workers exploited in the sweat The author touches. Hearings on the future organization of the American Jewish Conference will be held soon in Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston and Atlanta or Nashville, in connection with the plan to convert the conference into a permanent organization Jewish community leaders from those sections of the country will be given the widest opportunity to make suggestions with regard to the plan More than 8,000 campaign meetings for the United Jewish Appeal will be held in the city of New York within the next eight weeks Many Jews in the United States will be interested to learn that j Katz stated. BB 'Adoption 1 PI m Gets Wide Praise The "Adopt a Family" program, currently sponsored by Sholem Lodge men's and women's chapters of B'nai B'rith, has emerged as the number one p istwar service program of the "order, according to a statement by Mrs. Tena Katz, president of the lodge women. More than 50 needy families receive boxes of food in France, Greece and the other war-torn countries of Eur.ipe from the Miami chapter alone. "There can be no greater gratification than to receive some communication from your 'adopted' family and read of their renewed faith in mankind," Mrs. the J.D.C. spent about $22,000,000 in Palestine and in Palestinerelated fields between the years 1914-1046 The J.D.C. now has increased its staff of American personnel overseas to about 300 persons ... Of them 100 are working in France, 96 in Germany, 26 in Austria, 20 in Italy, 13 in Czechoslovakia, and the rest in a dozen other countries Thanks to the National Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish holidays are now, for the first time in history, included in calendars published in Japan ... A Japanese publisher got the idea of using the J.W.B. calendar as background in revising the Japanese calendar to suit American requirements. Spearheaded by Mrs. Bui'ett Roth, Mrs. John Kronenfeld, Mrs. David Fleeman and Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson, the work has sp ead throughout the B'nai B Lth groups in this area. Persons interested in "ad< ptins" some needy family in Europe and corresponding with i em can contact either Leo She > cr, Sholem lodge chairman, or Mrs. Burnett Roth, MIAMI BEACH Getter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels. Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phono 8-6868 "Trustworthy Service" has grown during recent years in the United States because antiSemitism has been stronger in this country during the last 10 years than ever before? Well, the hearings on the FEPC bill now in Washington indicate something to this effect And the mint expert on Palestine, has as' Jewish office girls who wear a little cross conspicuously around their neck in order to pose as sured a number of important persons that oil was not the basic or even an important motive in the [}. S. attitude towards the Palestine problem ... He also revealed that the State department did not accept the recommendations of the Anglo-American Inquiry Committee on Palestine because its officials were informed by American Jewish leaders that the recommendations were not acceptable to American Zionists. • • MODERN MARANOS: Speaking of 50 years of American Zionism, it is remarkable how theZionist movement in this country has grown from a small .•Membership in the pre-Nazi days to the 200.000 on the rolls at present There were years not so incidentally, on the question of Zionism in America ... He expresses anti-Zionist views and thinks that the insistence upon Palestine as a Jewish state "is due to a false Jewish ideology." Christians so that they can hold their jobs, are another indication Not to speak of Jewish engineers and chemists who must play the role of maranos if they want to get a position in heavy industry And of executives in certain business enterprises who are afraid to be recognized as Jews And of Jewish youths who find it almost impossible to get employment in banks and in law firms in Wall Street The weaker elements among them SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES want ro. ,oo..<. IIS S w 10'-" COURT .,, MIAMI TLORIOAJ AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MORTAR MIX Everything in the General Building Line Phones 9-0398—9-9985 55 S. W. First Street Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. t 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaeler St, Miami DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. 1st Av. 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PAGE FOUR Kknist nrirffo' 1 FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1947 Editorial THE REVIVAL OF A PEOPLE "Only through a widened program of reconstructive measures designed to transfer Jewish survivors from relief ro s to a self-sustaining basis will the economic recovery of Europe s Jews be achieved." ,. With these words, Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution committee, announced recently formation 01 the J.D.C.'s new committee on reconstruction, a body which win serve to advise the J.D.C. on an expanded series of rehabilitative activities, the greatest since the committee s founding in 1914. Some of the best minds in America are on the com !" ,e 'v headed by Monroe Goldwater; former Governor and UNHKA Director Herbert H. Lehman, who was chairman of the J.DU s reconstruction committee after the first World War; Dr. Isidore Lubin, former economic adviser to President Roosevelt, now U. S. delegate to the United Nations Economic and Social Council; Dr. Emanuel Stein, professor of economics at New York university, and others. But the most significant development in the formation ot the reconstruction committee is the fact that despite—or rather because of—the most serious emergency conditions prevailing in Europe today, the J.D.C. is broadening the scope of its reconstruction activities to bring long-range aid to the Jewish survivors of Europe—aid that will give Jews work and hope -both those who plan to remain in Europe and those looking towards a new life in a new land, especially Palestine. As the major American agency aiding distressed Jews overseas, the J.D.C. knows full well the need for resettlement among large sections of Europe's Jews and has helped, in full cooperation with the Jewish Agency, thousands to go to the Holy Land. Thus its reconstruction program is no bar to emigration. It will, in fact, by providing training for careers and developing skills make those who leave Europe more valuable settlers. But for those who stay in Europe, either by desire or force of circumstances, there must be more than relief. The means employed by the J.D.C. in its effort to help Europe's Jews help themselves is to include a network of credit societies, producers' cooperatives, vocational training centers (in cooperation with ORT) and employment projects. In this way, it is hoped, permanent, effective aid will be rendered and recurrences of such emergency situations as today's will be prevented. Five million collars has been appropriated for the reconstruction measures of the J.D.C. so far this year. The task of the J.DG. and its new reconstruction committee is one whose difficulties tax the imagination, but behind them stands the American Jewish community, whose contributions to the SI70,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal are providing the tools and raw materials with which Europe's Jews are returning to life. Ahead lies the revival of a people. Einstein Statement Clarifies University Riit (Continued from pafle V ment by George Alpert, president of the board of the projected uni versity, which all '< •' question of whethe. Em eteautruipn institution a split in '•<• %  '•' %  Alpert emph are beir %  ; ectionof thi w n 1948, %  %  11 end >1 • 1 v '' $2,000,000 in pi se ured ... I iled thai the Eh n will be the He said thai Einst< in I curing thi '" I, voted : e nt 1 a] The b ard's ai i cularly ;. Laiki, was si him 1 ity's bi ard, M '. %  must end thi was based to 1 extent on that Laski is n I American, Mr. A TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. (Copyright. 194. Seven Art* Feature Syndicate) BT PHINEAS J. BmOM Jewish Federation Opens Overseas Study Institute (Continued from page countries, and the re-i -' ment and stability oi Jew ish munities in the Eu tries whi re A are n 3. The ii the existing f the \i iuntary s and plans for futui habilitation and •l. The institute will n cate research work done by opera! n -. In addition to its own lirect si it will obtain basic dati I the staff as stimulated by the instituti will emph of such dal %  • i | p : scntation so that the m il be used as th< : ivinu at judgment concerning a programs and activitii 5. On-the-spot studies will be undertaken in Europe and Palestine as required, in order to obtain information not a\ this country and as make such surveys p issible. 6. The institute will conduct a continuing proj a one-time survey. It will periodic appraisals of the material gathered and it will issue periodic reports. Thesi available for use by local munity leaders and by thi p(rating overseas Ji encies. The institute will examine the overall situation of Jew particularly an apprais; rent situations and p: peel Jewish populations for a ment and for immigral Soviets Ignore British On Plea to Block Jews I i %  %  1) Ii n itself. :. 1,500 Jews %  The French government's attiI %  .. Italj evi %  nl'l ted at I be thi sol iree them, He J.D.C. program in I ing carried out in Hun, new goven %  inued, %  i the 5U viving Jews. In summation. L the J.D.C • nl :. lot continue I 1 e ighl ano %  the Inti >n must into motion quickly and on H the only hop, Jews lay with the U.N. in ci mmitti • n i 1 NEW YORK (JTA "hurtlul %  i %  • Ot! an and Mr. I 1 %  ; I "(ii t assured %  Brandeis univc rsity v. ild nol have simultaneously annoui l-al, if it had I in it on the term of self-res] ''•'. e said. 1 zed of Eii leis thi ed n WANTED eii S %  ; %  to commun •i 1 ... %  mun • :. I V. THE KLAN WILL RIDE AGAIN ... E „ k attorney general of Georgia, is under f 11T and H dl pp.,I three of the four charges against the "'' tant ones, those involving criminal penalty N rhe on ij : he Klan had to answer referred to its sales be, h Is and other paraphernalia, a practice violating Itl • .. Now that its record is whitewashed the Ku Klux Klan of G gia is free to remcorporate, Drew Pearson Grand Dragon Dr. Samuel Green has already advised ; thi KKK will ride again, thanks to the generosity Cook Or was it a political deal? %  %  NITY • „ •• Jewish Labor Council informs us that it has n Jewish Congress to sit down for a joint ash out its objections to the Buckley bill to outT ..., of Saskatchewan has just passed, through ; anti-bias law which "prohibits, without publish or display any matter tending to is d crimination." LANV ... A delegal 1 rcpn enting the Women s League for Palestine Eretz Israel this summer to prepare for the buildil me tor Girls Among those slated Mrs. Prince and Mrs. Isaacs Leonard New York City Symphony Orchestra, e he conducted nine conceits of the Orchestra ... He says that the Jewish one of the very best musical organizations Yehudi Menuhin, giving joint recitals with reaking all box office records in Europe u see the movie "The Magic Bow" and hear • you'll actually be hearing Menuhin. who for the film We recommend to the pi al that it sponsor a national touring exhibit of ly painting "Refugee Ship" The facial exit this painting tells the tragedy of European than anything we've read or seen... S iel, m Palestine since April, is writing the great Dn. Weizmann will come to the United States United Jewish Appeal has refused to ... An award is in order toi Sinclair most recent novel, "Kingsblood Royal" It si blow against racial discrimination ... Its ng irony will make the bigots squirm and A : scinating reading from cover to cover. N Si 1 predicted that the Brandeis university, tarian school at Waltham, Mass.. would still %  %  Ji u ish New Year would roll around the sponsors of the undertaking and tii atl in, which we did ... A few days ted that Albert Einstein has withd i iindation, Inc.. the corporation set up to the university Together with Prof. Einstein, active sponsors have resigned They lit of the foundation, and Dr. Otto trustees. Some day we will tell you the mate facts on which our prediction was V ZIONISM %  Holyoke, Mass. Business and I' : is compiling a cookbook of favorite 5 Th.e object, of course, is to raise funds for In "ikbook you'll find recipes by Mrs. Ludwig Lewisohn—which one?—Miss Sophie Q % %  : Chuck Klein, athletic director of the Miami YM & YWHA. has announced a summer-lonq doubles handball and volleyball tournament, as part of the summer snorts program of the Y. Handball games will be held every Thursday night, and volleyball every Tuesday, with four-men teams. Apolleatlont must be In by July |] British Block Inquiry Into Palestine Jails fCont liued .from pa : r the emned foi break. In what was apparently inply to the UNSCOP ition, thi SI a stal -< nd' atl ils for thi nt j nu ? us rava ng of our 1 .untry and international appeal for a truce." It warned that the attacks will enntin !" nB mment follow.-, its present policy. British troops have hem orl to then barracks Ki would be mads. by The J.wi.V Flor* Sixth Str.et, Miami it F ', as? zm^ptfiM Weekly. Membe, r>f ,2 ,"" Je ,! h N.w.p.p.r.. r^aWitaa SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year ,, „ TWO Year.;;;;; ;• %  %  *3.oo FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141-2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT ] 20 N. E. Sixth Street VOLUME 20 N'UMRETIT Friday, Julv 4. 1947 TAMUZ 16, SCRAM-NO PLACE FOR YOU IN THIS PARADE" fi p c Ki OT \iN 3 %  ?ss *<>* *?*



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>';^Sirr PAGE TEN rknist fkricfiar FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947 Palestine Inquiry Committee Weighs Complex Problems Facing Solution Bv GEROLD FRANK (Cop> 17, Jewish Telei Agency, Ii 1 (ED. NOTE Gerold Frank, who it accompanying the U.N. special committee on Palestine as a special correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, is the only American reporter with the committee who also covered tht Anglo-American inquiry committee last year, also as a JTA correspondent.) A new and perhaps definitive chapter in the long and to Palestine story began when the United Nations Committee of Inquiry left by air for Jerus 6.000 mUi id for the 19th successive inv m into one of the mo plexing Iraman problems of all I No flying carpet could 1 with it more potential magic than the shining Constellation which carried the vangui the 11man committee. These 11 men, represent ins; 11 nations, maxnol be able to conjure up %  I they can maki of far reaching significance. Rarely have any nun left on an assignment under more im sive auspices and with as wide powers—and rarely has any | had so Herculean a task cut out for it. The U.N. commitl 9 appointed under the if the highest tribunal of the world, It has the blessing of 55 natii ns. It is armed with every d icu file and fact produce question since M I saw the Promised Land from the hills of Moab. Its ers. interpretei.-. an I assistants nun;: :\ 100. Its terms of referenc< allow it to go where it w 1 %  : ::nin.• whom it wish, it wishes. It may spend SI 000. if necessary, on ment which can I than 80 days. Its only I is that it must present its mendations not later than 1. 1947. so that the gi sembly can take them up that month. But this commit:, tory in other ways as well. 1. It is the first truly national body to blem, AH have been eit : or A only to th( ir M n commitl isible I result, the futu Land is n %  1 world, 'I :' gue %  mandate to G thus %  2. Th s the : inPalestii f Pi v, nt %  the Stern : f Body No. ] %  [1 '** %  > &* *& %  % %  i XYLOTYMBO'J. CYPRUS "' J b > h BPI *!?!! VcTct on .MS Collection tee. 1 Laub, director of J.D.o. the quality of the used ald *"' th I on. of good q U ,hy. and ), the SOS Collection medical items, books ind toys to the Jewish survivors in l h rchef • lnd recon •• : %  which receives its funds from the 000,000 cai • ted Jewish Appeal. Electrolux Cleaners Place Your Order Now For Your ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATION Only Those Who Order Now Can Be Assured of Early Future Deliveries FACTORY BRANCH: 172 N. E. 40th St. Phone 7-7502 LaVigne Electric f o, 33 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 2-1759 Repairs — Contracts Electrical Installations INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL %  iqu 1 In thi Aiab 1 ttilu %  %  %  : n, upk his life ight to ng po1 the \ 1.in the Mid%  %  1 dy. m. Survivors Seek Contact With Relatives Here The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women has released a new list of Jewish survivors in Europe who are seeking relatives and friends in the United States. The Ust fa. eludes: Lisy Kaufmann Aoker, seeking M'eta Peterson, dentist. Zofia Asz, seeking Mr. Ackerman, Mr. Wolf son, Mr. Morris Barr, Mr. Bonnan. Eva Csanyi, seekinR R czso Adler. Chaim Buterfas, Making Hersz Zilberbcrg, milliner. Moritz Schwartz, seeking l s rael, Strul, Franz and Burach Friedman. Herta Weber, seeking Mrs. R e Hina Bank. Peter Buhs Busse, seeking Adolph Nash. Joseph Hoffer of New York seeking Isadore Hoffer. Solomon and Katherine Link, seeking John Link. Aron Farber, seeking Jacob Farber. Persons having information as to the whereabouts of those being sought are urged to contact the Council offices at 513 Congress bid*. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biicayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 DIAM OND | | CAB PHONE 3-4627 Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy lo Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks im-aiiim.Ham.wiH ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0 NE 2-6141 %  iiiiaum ill f^ Y 1 PAINTING %  1 %  %  %  %  tioi i 1 J, 5 1.1'" its anti-Zionist mti-Jewish n b world to light. La %  %  n 1 P ke a silence ol I mccl attitude of his government iI CORP.



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FRIDAY, JULY 4, RUSSIAN JEWS SEEK RELATIVES HERE • e Union of Russian Jews. 55 W. 2nd st., New York, has announced the receipt of a group of messages from the Soviet Union. These messages, from Jews who have lost contact with relatives and friends here, are without addresses, and the organization is seeking to deliver them by i %  only. Listed among persons being .lit arc the following: NEMIROVSKY, Qlt< I luRhti .... ,.f Meat. Ruihln, k r obl message from Blstei or n u hll 8okolovsk> daughter of ;\ IN". [OBif, sen of Ulb. bom ; from relative Shlema w i IsfeW, f Srul I'oHRN, or K 5' Boris. >5 ,,i. .-,,.,, cousin, Plra Klalohtman. %  Israel. .. _, \i -IMA.N'. Muni-, son of ^ udn and Gltel, of Zwlahol— from Mulman, daughter of ^ and 'hentsle Malman. R B1NSTEIN'. Bhaj a, Jon o M |, .. W |fe of Gold., daughter <-i [del—from sister or i perl Umansky, daughtei ;>' i-' 1 ;„f totmlsrovka; also for Dlmont, ton ly 1 •stein, Letter. G I.DENRAT, Nachman Nlsen— niece. Itn Goichman, daughti r ol n -i ....... and loslf Goichman. DNICK. Don, Berel, sister or i ousln, i ughti r of loslf. MAX. Emma, M yeai old Vbram Si hwartsman, son "i na : also for Gr< nbi i -. M i8>' Bhelndel. born Vladlmlrsky, ft "U slsti II Ei i: >i L S!i i and ,.f I twiova! Klevsk! i Enta Gui ,, daughti I sell also i"i Sam Ludlnsky. l' HWTE1N, Meyer, sol ol is ac, 01 R, hov, i i 1888, a %  w Isaak Persteln, son of Molshe I,' \ IX, in Levinsky, Abram-Ber, a hia daughter, Bashavi Bl\ in Levinsky, daughter f !' ,k Si IVAP, Jacob, son "i Mo in Ita Goichman, daughter of i •' .-. vii'AX. Chalm and Schm ni' "i nkel—from Bister, Pesla kovi-r. Further details about the above or .ielp in locating relatives in i: ia, Poland and Sovietpie< territory may be obtained f i the Union of Russian Jews at I ie New York address. Tom Williams Dies Here; Was Night Club Pioneer Hundreds of friends in the hotel and entertainment field this week mourned the death of Tom Williams, veteran Miami night club owner and manager, who lal %  Friday. June 27, at Jackson Memorial hospital after a long illness. Williams. 40. came to Mia 1921 and since that associated with more night i than any other man in the in this area. He owned .. am mg others, the An %  : Embassy, B Cl ver club, Macomba 18 %  | .,-k and for a shorl the Blackamoor. Surviving Willian : and two broth.:-, in C Bi Ston. Interment was h, Ml Neb on Monday, in monies conducted by Rl uel Machtei. Gi i : a I was in ments. WEINER Abrall in Welm |i i hi. Mai '...I-ill,Mcmoi lal • i-i|" I. FREEDMAN '. : % %  .%  r %  %  ,: :' %  the Ml im ii' %  he had Ih I • >;r> Hi Is M K • R I chapel %  %  Mill*. TANENBAL M Pr C 8 W ih!i lune '"• He resldenl [ M Hug a IU'11 I u two \i %  i held Jum .mil ii tery. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-3U Washington ave Miami Beach. Rabb, Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis D. Feder • T.ETH TFILAH. 933 Euclid ave.. M .mi Beach. Rabb! Jovcph B. Ra;kcvsky. S n Si.alos S MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX Ci-NGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th avo„ Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. : G w I dured at a luncheon held recently at the Versailles hotel. Miami Beach, in honor of Beverly Becker, recently appointed %  e president of B'nai B'rith Women District lodge No. 5. are • .ft to right) Mary Alper, hostess; Mrs. Becker. Mrs. Lows lick, president of the lodge; and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, p i ident of the Miami Beach women's chapter. Mrs. Becker : shown receiving a gift from the group. A 14-year-old Polish girl whose father was deported to Russia and whose mother is ur„ ble to care for her has been "adopted" by Mrs. Sylvia Frumkin Sigal, 8824 Carlyle ave., Miami Beach, through the Foster Parents' Plan for War Children. Club 2, Pioneer Women for Palestine, of Miami Beach, will hold a gala dinner on Sunday evening, July 13, at the Workmen's Circle home, 25 Washington ave. The dinner is scheduled for 6 p.m.. and admission is S1.00. L EO EISEN§TEIN %  ReutioA Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your *=HrREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Miami Beach 12 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Mum, Beach CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAV:D. 135 N. W. Third are., Miami. Ribbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. •1 to 12 I MIAMI BKACH JEWISH CEN TER, 1415 Euclid ave.. Ml Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Sal 10 JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and ex? :u live director. F r id n • HUBERMAN. VIOLINIST. D.ES IN SWITZERLAND [CH i JTA Bi mislaw ned Jew%  ;.'. lei "f the ny orchi i j • home at He was P iland, .i concert %  in. His n F.uby the '. [n 1936 he I v be.; oplevi lopF llowing ii %  : i il to appear with the Bei tin Ph monic orchestra. He was an ardent Zionism and in 1934 while making ,i concert tour of P decided to form ;i sj chestra composed chiefly uf German Jewish refugei Its f lrs i ci ncert in 1936 undei canini was hailed as a su Mr. Hubermnn had ;ippeared several times before Miami audiences. There will be no luncheon meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Friday, July 4, President Sam Silver announced, because of the national holiday. Luncheon meetings will be resumed on July 11, when Dr. Jess V. Cohn will address the members of the lodge at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club. The Perfect CORSET SHOP • St CORSET HOSPITAL Phonr 1-9837 READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS .'DUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT ESPECIALLY DES'GNED FOR THE NEW SILHOUETTES MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 LIBEBAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase *ve., Miami Roach. R;.bbi Leon Kionish; Can.or Sam uel Kelemer. v INVEST IN A C. B> S. 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PAGE SIX If^istfk^l^L FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1947 U. S. Creates National Park WASHINGTON. —The Everglades National park came into being last Friday when Interior Secretary Julius Krug signed the official documents. He did so after receiving $2.000.000 from Gov. Millard F. Caldwell of Florida. The sum was appropriated by the Florida legislature to pay for privately owned lands within the park area. Federal officials had agreed to handle the legal details of acquiring title to such properties after %  living the money needed t. pay for them. The 1.226.000 acres of land and water at the southern tip o! Florida became a gift from the people of Florida to the n I Of the total, 847.175 acrei state-owned property were deeded to the department of the interior in 1944. The 1947 Li e's appropriation of S2.000.000 from public funds covers the gift of the remaining acreage needed to i out the minimum park ana specified by Krug as acceptable. The money will be used to pureh. condemn these lands. The brief ceremonies Friday in Krug's office constituted the formal creation of the park. It became the country's 2i>tli n al park, exceeded in size only by Yellowstone, which was ca from three states, and Mt. M.Kinley National park in Ala Miami Hebrew School Cornerstone's Laid The first tangible sign of thi new S55.000 center building was greeted by members of thi Mi imi Hebrew School and Juni.nCongregation at cornerstone-lay inu ceremonies held Sunday, June %  • at the building's site. S. W. 12; i ave. and 11th st. The cornerstone of the r< tional and educational centc "auctioned" and sold to Jack chairman of the con n and finance committee, for SI.000, while windows and parts were -ally aucl lor an additional S2.000. -Milton Weiner, chairman of the building committee, was mast) of ceremonies, and introduci speakers Rabbi Simon April, Dr Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi M A. Skop, of Orlando; G Kleber, junior rabbi: Murrax Shear, vice president of the junior congregation, and H. M Drevich, president of the The building and ground.in expected to be finished :r. I for the High Holid Louis Kraft Is Named Head of JWB Council NEW YORK.—L mis Kraft, wh< has just completed 30 years ol service with the National Jewis Welfare board (JWB). the las eight as executive director, ha> been named to the newly created position of general secretary of the National Council of JWB*. effective Oct. 1. it was announced here by Frank L. Weil, JWB president, following a meeting oi JWB's executive committee. Mr. Kraft will be succeeded as executive director of JWB bv Samuel D. Gershovitz, who i now executive director of thi Jewish Community Centers association of Chicago. Mr. Gershovitz was formerly head of thi field service and associate director of the Jewish Center divisior of the National Jewish Welfari board. As general secretary of tht National Council of JWB. Mr Kraft, regarded as an outstanding Jewish center worker, will devote himself to the major task ol helping to carry out the farreaching recommendations of th< JWB survey commission. The members of the Business and Professional Women's division. Miami chapter of Hadassah, and iheir guests were •nterlained by Miss Elaa TetnpU al a lawn party al her homa Monday, Juna 13. Mil* Tampla reUtad glorias about Palestine. LEGAL NOTICES !SHAM B. SMmy"-. WINTERED ORDER FOR PUBLICATION nn MRS WINII II ; of I i rr ROTH VI i : i IN V N11 Sholem Lodge Program To Hear Operatic Singer Leatricc Fay Drain, soprano who has sung with the P jdelphia Symphony orchestra, and won first prize in a nal : .petition sponsored by M Anderson, will appear as a 1st for Sholem g e, B'nai B'rith, at a patriotic prog ra m, Tuesday. July 3. Elks club Miss Drazin d in h e r o w n halfhour lio] East, and made guest appearances for the Wanamaker Benefit Com i Is Philadelphia. Foil vndance at the Nal my of Music where she was awarded a ship, Miss a successful audit: i : tan Opi ra in New York. The talented miss, only 19, has d by mu who have heard her recitals L of Philadelphia. Miss Di es her home with hei %  .; %  c >nlinue her vocal studies hi The program will also feature an address by Stati slator : ntaff on the su! -July 4th in the Al and a showing of two pati Imsi ntitled "Our Bill of R : I and "One People." A ngraved i %  %  %  %  : to 30 Sholem Lodge en. E. Albert Pallot will report on thi' recent coin. : Disti icl %  "> Grand 1. Lod host. LEGAL NOTICE ___ ; IN THE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I \\, it \' "' iKI.I.A %  i %  %  :1 T0RS Unl LEGAL NOTICES BTOR THI rixmiM ORDER or PUBLICATION >ll i.NKEN. %  I : %  ''I ''"' • | nlM>ve %  %  will lw I ,.,„,. a %  n.-t-kH i" FlOl IN TH I I till VA I No DO.MKXU'K : xXI ORDER OF PLDl-iCAT.ON ST.VI : • %  :li Stii.-i x %  • %  V'ou %  NOTICE i %  ;;,' V %  • I.I.I. J NX lit I %  j iKiri.n, %  i i u %  ri \OTICF I NDF.R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vll |.,..,.is i| in KN thai r %  \ \\ '. %  'lh Stl i i II • !' UN K V • NOTIC FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ Mi 11 LEGAL NOTICES i %  %  Deputy Cli rk. .\ XI I %  %  l'l Flo lila : .. IN TUB f'IRrlfIT COURT UK TUP HTM JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT IN v,, nm pAim COUNTY, i i/jKiDA IN rTHANCKRT. UA No. 1HIH6U MARILYN BAS8ION. Plaintiff, LOUIS A. HAS-SII.N. Defendant. ORDER Or PUBLICATION STATE F FMHtlDA. ri' i.oris A BAS8ION McLean Harden!), .111.. llMli Sir.-.. I X. W Washington, D. C. Von are hereby notified i to .i|>|-ar tO till' Bill Of I'IUI,;. • ,,.' Divorce filed UKainxt yi.u In sly led cauaa mi III before the ith dai of July, l'.MT: otherwise the iilega. CM sniii Hill f Complain i win i, e taken ae confaaaed affahisl you, i..t thii Ordar bo published in-,. a week for four oonaecuttve the Jewlah Floridlan, %  ,.. MUMI luibllehed In Dade County, V DATED thin 19th day ol I ,. .. |,,; it Miami, Dade County, Klurkla, K. IS USATHERM \N, Ulerk of Circuit n* By 9. t. GOI I i. %  ;. || SA.M SILVER, Hollcltor for Plaintiff, 1703 Congresa Bids., Miami Si, Florida, 6 20-27 7 4-11 IN I'IH'NTV JUDQB'fl COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 17009 RR: ESTATE OF BERTHA WIT, itNOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION^ FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given thai we have filed our final report •in..ii for Final Discharge u Executors f the .state of BERTHA WIT. .1. and tii-it on tht I I day of July, 1947, we win apply I., thi Hon. vV 9 Blanton, County Judge i Dade ounty, Florida, fur appi final report anil fur final dl.iharxe ,iRxecuton "f the estate of BERTHA WIT, deceased. This iiith ilay of June. 1947 LEONARD H QROStf, EDITH TALE, Exi BURNETT ROTH, Attorney fur Edith Tale .on! Leonard II. GIOHS. 10-27 7/4 IflH HUBERT I'IKI: BERNARD KISHlCR -.: : t-i %  NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN that I LI the i %  underalRi ed, des %  • • • ATLANTIC TRANSFER SERA I 707 X. E I Al "•ik thi til •" ol l>ad) '.rur.-T IRVING 8CHWAM i' J7 7 '4-1 /9fMetafMwte> -710 S W 12th AV MIAMIr %  a tin %  i %  i, ,%  ••• ICE IS HEREBY OIVE.N %  I'li'ill'H.i 'S I r VLIAN AMERICAN I tESTAURANT, III 136 Col Uen-ie. M.i mi II. a. I |g | f Dade Count MELHAR, IN)' a Florida tloi MYERS, HEIMAN ,\ KAI'LAN, Attorneys fur Applicant. 1 27 7/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl %  m. 3-343!: YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IN \NI. r. ;. NO, CE TO CREDITORS %  i di the !. %  • M.I.AN NEWTON CO.. tl R • i" Mian to registi said ;ierk of thi Circuit of Florida %  ii.\ I \ ALLAN LEVIN NEWTON IVAN RHERBV NEWTON IVAN SHERRY FRANK i: SOLOMON, \ • '1 20-27 7 I-ILU NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the underKlaned, desli fii'tltkiu jpl-THERN DELICAt 'i> N. W. ltd Avenue, Miami, Ela Ii Id || ci,., k • i the i'u lit C. r Dade i l-'lni Ida. ARTHUR in IR))K, MYERS, III-:I.\l.\.\ t,KAP'LA'N* Attoi nej i for A| p anl l-ll-lg Nui I. is HEREBY GIVEN I HI. SE\ ILLK APARTMEN1 .'U Drexel Avenue, Miami n. ., he Clerk ol the Cln uit Court of D PI :.i i SAMUEL FOQEL SARA FOGEL I 2, 7 1-11-18-25 V M OfFIClAUY KM SENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES In/ernoboi Glatt, FunuiM on RJUI SERVINC MIAMI BEACH a MIAMI Exclusively Jewish ( '24 HOUR • K IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Direclor 1 IVERSIDE MEMORIAL OIAPEL njE FtWEBAL SERVICE i-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE Washington Ava. Miami Beach COWAnO T. N8WA'. Funeral Director ABE SISeNBEWO, Tra*Mr *' .. In Nw York: ttth "Si. *nd AinstMdam A* i A fc_ — LAskV, MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY TFIE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building phono 3-3720 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deslrine. to engage In 0 8. in ll.'l \. i:. 79,1. 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FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947 Jewishtfcridtdii PAGE SEVEN Workmen's Circle Head Ending Visit Here A general membership meeting and farewell party on Sunday evening, July 6, at 8:30 p.m., ai the Workmen's Circle building, 2. r i Washington ave., will honor the departure from Miami of Joseph Baskin, general secretary of the organization, who has spent the past, two weeks coordinating th activities of the group's various Greater Miami sections. Baskin has held the high post since 1915, and his work here has included streamlining the organisation's local activities in connection with an extensive membership campaign. The membershii. of the Workmen's Circle is now 71,000, Baskin told members here during a round of meetings and parties held in his honor. A boat ride is scheduled for this afternoon, July 4, and Mr. Bas ;kin will address a joint meeting of the executive boards of all five branches of the Circle this evening at 8 o'clock. AMVETS to Hold Dance The Miami Beach post of AMVETS and its ladies' auxiliary will hold a dance and entertainment Saturday, July 12, at the Poinciana hotel, 1555 Collins ave.. for the benefit of the South Florida Children's hospital. Appointed by Commander Nat Pollack to the dance committee were Sam Stiller, chairman; Mitch Reiner, Rachel Rosen, Esther Levy, Paul Edlowitz, and Morris Goldberg. Sadye Reiner, president of the ladies' auxiliary, has named Barbara Kalish, Ruth Johanscn, Adrienne Edlowitz and Shirley Goldberg to the same committee. Admission is $1.50, and tickets are on sale at the Poinciana, Saks. Burdines and the Mercantile bank building. Change of Ownership Told of Tides Hotel A recent transaction, it was learned this week, resulted in the replacement of Meyer Cohen aand Nathan Ginsburg, former co- owners, with Samuel M. Grundwerg, of the Tides hotel, 12^0 Ocean dr., Miami Beach, by Morris Newmark. Grundwerg and Newmark will henceforth be co, owners of the hotel. Before coming to Miami Beach, ] Grundwerg operated hostelries in \ Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. NewI mark was formerly owner of the Senator hotel, Miami Beach. Both men are active in communal work and in many Beach organizations. The Tides will continue to feature a strict Jewish dietary cuisine, Grundwerg and Newmark have announced. STAYS SILENT, LASTS LONGER Pictured at a recent meeting are officials of the newly organized Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade county. They are deft to right) Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, first vice president; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president; Mrs. Clementine Kemp, recording secretary; (left to righi, standing) Mrs. Milton Sirkin, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, calendar chairman. Miss Eckstein Marries Leonard Zimmerman Sarah Eckstein, of Cleveland. Ohio, became the bride on Sunday, June 29, at the Beth Jacob synagogue, of Leonard Zimmerman, 425 16th st. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. Mrs. Zimmerman's sister, Hilda Eckstein, was maid of honor, while the groom was attended by his brother, Henry Zimmerman, as best man. Following a honeymoon in New York, the couple will reside at 1625 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. George Bram Is Married Women's Evening Group To Texas Girl June 29 j To Meet Monday Night George Bram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bram. 159 N. E. 11th ter., took as his bride on Sunday. June 29, Miss Lillian Sylvia Treiger, daughter of Mrs. Hilda Treiger, of Houston. Texas. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated at the unique lawn ceremony at 711 Lenox ave., Miami Beach, with Sylvia Sigal acting On Monday, July 7, at 8:15 p.m., the second meeting of the newly formed evening group oi the National Council of Jewish Women will be held at the horru of Miss Eileen Cowcn. chairman 5050 Alton rd.. Miami Beach. The purpose of this group is ti as maid of honor and Bernard enable those business and proBram as best man. Seymour Bram was ringbearer. The bride, who attended high schools in Tulsa, Okla., and the University of Houston, wore a white crepe afternoon length frock with a flower embroidered M. Nasatir, director of the Yidj net yolk. She wore an illusion dish Classical hour, Sunday after\ veil and carried the family WINZ Radio Program Stars Cantor Rosenblatt Two Beach Girls Win Chicago U. Scholarships Evalyn Segal, 14, a junior at Miami Beach High school, and Sandra Katzen, a senior at the same school, were this week informed that they had won fulltuition scholarships to the University of Chicago, as a result of examinations they took last month. The test, a four-hour scholastic apiitude quiz, was given to five leading high school students in the Greater Miami area. As far as could be learned, Sandra, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Katzen, 1543 Michigan ave., and Evalyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Charles Segal, 928 Jefferson ave.. •were the only two who successfully completed the examination. Both girls were uncertain as to their future plans. They pointed out that should they not choose to graduate from the Chicago school, they would be unable to entet another college, since neither has yet graduated from h ; gh school. noon radio feature over Station WINZ, announces that the program to be heard this week, July 6. at 12 noon, will be highlighted by the singing of Cantor Josef Rosenblatt, Seymour Rechtzeit, Menashe Oppmein. Sidor Belarprayer book decorated by an orchid and a spray of stephanotis. Miss Sigal wore a lime pastel afternoon dress, with cap sleeves similar to those of the bride, and carried a corsage of two white rosebuds and white carnations. sky and many other favorite Yid, Mrs. Treiger wore an ivory dish singing stars. crepe afternoon dress with green accessories and carried a corsage Information is being sought of 0 f talisman roses. The brideJack Winn or Wynn or Winnick j groom's mother was attired in on behalf of his minor child, | royal blue crepe with a corsage Barbara, who is currently in her | 0 f p j n k roses. Bram was graduated from P New York high school. He served with the Army air corps during the war. A reception followed the ceremony, after which the couple left for a northern honeymoon. They will live in Miami. mother's custody, but in need of support from her father. Mr. Winn has neglected to make provision for her since 1939. Jack Winn was born in Russia on June 14, 1899, is believed to weigh about 140 pounds, has brown hair, slightly bald, greyish-blue eyes, squints habitually, sometimes wears a moustache, bites his nails, smokes a pipe, was at one time employed as a salesman of uniforms. Anyone aware of this man's location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 W. 47th St.. New York City. COMPIITI PI ST CONTPOl BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 20—NUMBER 27 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS U. N. Inquiry Group Probe Of Palestine Jails And Detention Quarters Blocked By British JERUSALEM (JTA>—The Palestine government has rebuffed^ efforts of the United Nations special committee on Palestine to visit the jails and detention camps in this country, it is reported by the Hebrew press this week. The reports say that the administration claims that the question of jails and detention centers are matters of internal security within the sole jurisdiction of individual governments, and that an inquiry into the prisons is not included within the committee's terms of reference. Despite the government's stand, several UNSCOP members are continuing their efforts to visit the jails, the papers add. $•— Meanwhile, as the committee completed its last week of tourinn, before opening public hearings on Friday, it is understood that a version of the bi-na^onal slate or partition are emerging as the solutions of the Palestine problem most likely to be favored by the probers. The first scheme would provide for unlimited Jewish immigration for five years until numerical parity with the Arabs had been achieved, after which an independent state, dominated by neither, would be established. The details of the plan, such as who would run the country pending the achievement of parity and who would carry out the U.N. decision, have not yet been discussed. The partition plan provides for the establishment of a "viable Jewish state" in part of the country, and merger of the Arab portion with Transjordan under King Abdullah's rule. This plan i based on the assumption that Abdullah would be able to carryout his part of the bargain by insuring a peaceful interim period, as well as diminishing Arab opposition. Meanwhile, the Palestine government is proceeding with longrange plans for the country's administration. High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham announced that the government has established a special department to foster the greater independence of local councils, which are the governing bodies of the towns and settlements. He said that their budgets will be increased and they will be entrusted with greater responsibilities, including supervision of education and health activities. Isaac Ben Zvi, president of the Jewish National council, disclosed that the council has already submitted three memoranda to UNSCOP, and is preparing two others. Those submitted cover the history of the Palestine Jewish community, an outline of self-government here and a report on Jewish social services. The other two deal with the government's budgetary and financial system and the controversial emergency regulations under which Palestine is now governed. A council delegation, consisting of four spokesmen, will testify before the inquiry committee on July 9. Later, the Yemenite community will testify on the situation of the Jews in Yemen, while representatives of the Sephardic community will describe the position of the Jews in other Arab countries. The resolution deploring the recent outbreaks of terror which was adopted earlier in the week by the committee was interpreted by some observers as being motivated—in addition to UNSCOP's natural revulsion against violence—by a desire to placate the Arabs, who had bitterly attacked committee for its resolution (Continued on Page A) th BRITISH PLEAS TO BLOCK JEWS LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—The Soviet Union has notified the United Nations secretariat that it is in no way concerned with the British request transmitted by U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie last month to U.N. member nations asking them to help prevent "illegal" immigration to Palestine. In answering an accompanying letter from Lie asking each nation to state what it is doing to comply with the British request, the Soviet government made it clear that it was not obliged to comment on the request. It added that the USSR "takes cognizance of the general assembly's resolution of May 15, 1947" with regard to Palestine, in which no mention is made of the immigration issue. Meanwhile, from Paris, Moses A Leavitt, executive vice president of the Joint Distribution committee, at a press conference prior to his departure for the United States, stated that thousands of European Jews are on the move, and that the displaced Jews in Germany, Austria and Italy may soon start an unorganized movement out of the DP camps. Leavitt has just completed a tour of eight countries in western and central Europe. At present, he said, the three countries in which the movement of Jews is most evident are Austria, France and Italy. Into Austria, he declared, are coming thousands of Rumanian Jews fleeing starvation. The Army and UNRRA have refused them assistance and the J.D.C. is (Continued on Page 4) Truman In Attack On Bigotry In U. S. WASHINGTON (JTA)— President Truman said this week that "there is no justifiable reason for discrimination because of ancestry, or religion, or race or color." He told a conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People that the government must become "a friendly, vigilant defender of the rights and equalities of all Americans." He pointed to the need of stronger laws to guarantee civil rights. Federations Open Overseas Study At New Institute NEW YORK (JTA)—Organizej tion of an Institute on Overseas Studies by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds p ro f. Albert Einstein" has" issued was announced this week by H. a statement here confirming the 18 Miamians Attending ZOA Sessions As National Convention Opens In N. Y. Two thousand delegates from all 48 states are attending the 50th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America being held at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York this week-end. Sumner Welles, former U. S. undersecretary of state, and James G. McDonald, member of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine, are among the speakers who will address the convention. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Z.O.A. president and chairman of the American section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, will review the entire Palestine session. Over-all discussion will be led by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, member of the Jewish Agency Executive and close associate of Dr. Silver. Nineteen delegates are representing the Greater Miami area at the convention. They are, from the Beach Zionist district: Dr. David A. Andron, Shepard UNIVERSITY RIFT IS CLARIFIED BY PROF. EINSTEIN L. Lurie, executive director. The institute will provide American Jewish communities and voluntary agencies with data essential for their guidance in determining long range financial and functional responsibilities. The Joint Distribution committee and the United Palestine Appeal, the two major Jewish overseas relief agencies, have formally approved the plan. Dr. Isadore Lubin, former U.S. commissioner of labor statistics, has accepted the chairmanship of a technical advisory committee v/hicl. has been organized to assist and guide the institute's program. Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel will Broad, Jack D. Burris, Isidore PRINCETON, N. J. (JTA)-1 Goldberg, Abraham Goodman, S. A. Goodman, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Sam Lachman, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. Max A. Lipkind, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi David Raab, Seymour Rubin, Matthew Silverstein and Alfred Stone. Delegates from the Miami Zionist district are Rabbi Max Shapiro, Hyman Sootin and Isidore report that he has severed connection with Brandeis university and explaining the reasons for his withdrawal. "The press statements which Mr. George Alpert and another member of the board of trustees of Brandeis university released on the occasion of the withdrawal I Langner. Leo Rosen, fourth ~Miof myself and of my friends, | ami delegate, was taken seriously Prof. Otto Nathan and Mr. S. ill this week and was unable to Ralph Lazrus, have convinced me I attend the convention, anew that it was none too early j I n a pre-departure statement, for us to sever a connection from \ Burris, head of the Miami Beach which no good was to be ex-1 district, declared that "the Zionpected for the community," Prof. ] ist convention will dramatically Einstein said. "My associates and \ express to the people of the myself had very reluctantly come United States and to the deleto the conclusion that the type of gates of the United Nations the act as special consultant. A full-academic institution in which we unanimity of American Jewry on have been interested could not be the Zionist question." accomplished under the existing j Recalling that the United States circumstances and the present: has continuously expressed symleadership. j pathy for the Zionist idea, Burris "I should lrke to state specificpredicted that the convention time director for the project is still to be selected. The major aspects of the institute's research piogram were announced by Mr. Luiie as follows: 1. Jewish needs will be analyzed and appraised in relation to the general economic and political setting of the various countries in which Jews live. 2. The role of American Jewish voluntary programs will be studied in relation to governmental and inter governmental programs, local resources, non-sectarian, voluntary agencies, Jewish voluntary agencies in other (Continued on page 4) ally that my associates, Professor Nathan and Mr. Lazrus, and I would "undoubtedly call upon the government of the United have always been and have alStates to implement its words of ways acted in complete harmony, j sympathy with concrete acts in I feel deep gratitude particularly tr >e United Nations, supporting to my old friend, Prof. Otto Naln <-> cause of a Jewish commonthan, who with great devotion wealth in Palestine." and complete selflessness gave his time and effort to a cause which the three of us alike considered worthy and most urgent." Einstein referred to the state(Continued on page 4) U. S. COURT RELEASES ACCUSED SEDITIONISTS AS ANTI-SEMITISM IS REPORTED INCREASING WASHINGTON (JTA) —The United States court of appeals this week dismissed the government's case against 26 men and women charged with sedition. Among the defendants were some of the leading anti-Semites in the U. S. The trial, which opened in 1944, was dismissed in the U. S. district court in Washington last December on the grounds that the Justice department had not prosecuted it diligently. The appellate court's decision was based on the same grounds. The defendants were formally indicted in 1942 for interfering with the draft and went on trial in April, 1944. A mistrial was J. Laws dismissed the case on the basis that if the prosecution could not establish the guilt of the defendants within eight months, the validity of the indictment was questionable. Jewish Youth Kidnapped In Tel Aviv Terror Reign JERUSALEM (JTA)—The kidnapping of a Jewish youth in Tel Aviv this week and the attempted kidnapping of several Jews earlier have highlighted the fact that the unofficial police reign of terror is continuing. Meanwhile, in apparent fear of the Jews of Europe will not be of retaliation by Jews, Jerusalem Solved by relief alone. He listed District Commissioner J. H. Poldeclared when the presiding jusJews. BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—AntiSemitic forces are consolidating their position in Latin America, and it is necessary to combat them and neutralize their influence by publicly exposing their actions, Dr. Moises Cfoldman, president of the World Jewish Congress Latin American conference, declared at a session of the parley. Dr. Goldman is also president of the DAIA, central representative body of Argentine tice, Edward Eicher, died eight months later, with the prosecution's case still incomplete. Two years afterwards, Justice Bolitha Dr. Nahum Goldmann, member cf the Jewish Agency Executive, who was chairman of the session, declared that the problem among the political actions necessary to aid the European Jewish survivors the World Jewish Congress' activities in behalf of restitution of property and reparations payments. Later, at a press conference, Dr. Nahum Goldmann made the assertion that part of the Jews of Europe will remain there for a number of years in the future despite an increase in anti-Semitism which is expected to follow the withdrawal of Soviet occupation troops from Hungary and Rumania. He declared that the Jews of Palestine are now more optimistic concerning the results of the inquiry of the U.N. Palestine committee than they were several months ago. He added that the "chapter of Anglo-Jewish cooperation" was ended. lock warned British residents that further restrictions will be imposed unless they cease disregarding the rigid security measures already in force, which regulate their movements outside of fortified zones. Two uniformed English-speaking policemen entered a workshop on Rabbi Akiba st. in Tel Aviv, and asked the employees to show their identiication papers. When Eliahu Span, 17, said he had left his papers at home, the policemen escorted him there, where he was arrested, although he produced a valid official identity card. When his parents went to police headquarters to seek information concerning the boy, they were told that no constables had been sent to the workshop.



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UDAY. JULY 4. 1947 vJewlst ftoridUaf? PAGE THREE I New Warrant Sworn tin Anti-Bias Case Following a ruling by Judge [jack Rosen of the Miami Beach [municipal court that four previ[ous warrants had been faultily drawn, Harry Adams, 824 Alton rd., commander of the Miami Bench veterans council and pas! commander of the Beach JWV post. Wednesday swore out a new warrant against Mrs. Boston Lunz, charging her with violation of the Beach anti-discrimi(natory sign ordinance. The previous warrants had been sworn out by Adams against Mrs. Lunz and three others for alleged violations of the law. When they were dropped, through the court action, Adams immediately proceeded to draw up the new one Specifically, the paper charged Mrs. Lunz with "displaying the words 'restricted clientele' on a sign on the premises of that certain apartment house located at 7337 Harding ave. said Mm. Lunz being then and there in charge of said apartment." Earlier, officials of the JWV Beach post had disavowed that Adams was acting for the post. Apparently destined for an early test of its constitutionality, the Miami Beach anti-bias sign ordinance, the first of its kind in the country, has resulted in the voluntary withdrawal of a number of signs, according to a survey conducted by the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. No Gentiles Only" signs remain on 'he outside of premises in Miami Beach, reports the league, but several "Restricted" and "Selected" signs "continue to offend." It is reported that a committee is at work visiting the owners of the hotels and apartment h 'uses still displaying signs for the purpose of obtaining their peration in the removal of the FiS. It is understood that warrants will then be secured against those refusing to comply with the ordinance. The ordinance is the result of the efforts of a special committee of Miami Beach residents working in cooperation with George J Talianoff, director of the local ADL office. Miss Engler Is Bride Of Herman Kesselman Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer announce the marriage of Mrs. Forer's sister, Miss Molly Engler, to Herman Kesselman, in the outdoor patio of the Garden restaurant, June 22. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the morning ceremony, which was followed by a •vedding "brunch." Mrs. Kesselman was given in marriage by her father, Jake Engler. She wore a white Palm Beach suit, matching the attire ;>f the bridegroom, who is the son of Mrs. Pearl Kesselman of New York. She was attended by Mrs. Forer, the former Ida Engler, as bride's aunt, gave the bridegroom matron of honor, while Kesselman was seconded by her husband. Mrs. Joe Schonfeld, the in marriage. A native Miamian, Mrs. Kesselman has been active in the Junior Eastern Star (Beatitudes), the Florida State Peace Officers association, B'nai B'rith Girls, YWHA, and the Professional and Business Girls. She formerly taught at the Beth David Sunday School, is a graduate of Miami High, and Walsh Business college, and attended the University of Miami. She is currently emBeatrice De Ceuster Wed To Leonard C. Cantor Mr. and Mrs. J. De Ceuster, 242 N. E. 34th st., announce the marriage of their daughter, Beatrice Helene, to Leonard C. Cantor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cantor, on Sunday, June 29, at the Beth Jacob synagogue, in ceremonies performed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miss Hilda Lewis and Annette De Ceuster, the bride's sister, acted as bridesmaids, while Mr. Cantor was attended by P. R. Breithart and Bernard Breithart. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weiner, Mrs. M. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peters, and Herbert Peters. The former Miss De Ceuster was graduated from schools in Richmond, Va., her former home, while her husband served three years in the Army air forces. ployed by the Miami police department. Mr. Kesselman has been a resident of Havana, Cuba, for many years, conducting a business there. He is a graduate of Havana schools. Following a honeymoon tour of Florida, the couple will make their home at 1828 S. W. Ninth st. BB Young Women Form Beach Chapter A new chapter of B'nai B'rith Youth Women has recently been ted in Miami Beach. Temporary officers chosen last week are president, Miss Shirley Collegeman; vice president, Mrs Bebe Finn; corresponding secreMiss Eva Rosner; treasurer. Miss Roz Goldstein; recording secretary, Miss Josephine Zinner; porter, Miss Annette Mirchin. -Mrs. Carl Weinkle, of B'nai B'rith Women, presented Miss Collegcman with a gavel. Permission has been received by the group from Dr. Benjamin Landau to name the organization the Clara Hirsch Landau chaptei of B'nai B'rith Young Women in honor of his late wife, who did Community Chest Pledge Given For Unity Unity in expanding the services of the Community Chest was pledged Monday night, June 30, at a meeting of directors of the 22 member agencies, held with the board at the YMCA. The first of a series of meetings planned to weld the 450 citizens who direct the agencies into a compact team, the group heard a report of progress in Chest preparations for the coming drive. Speakers included C. D. Van Orsdel, co-chairman, who said that the future of the Chest was in the hands of the people whc operate the various agencies. A dramatic radio program series, to begin July 19, over Station WGBS, will present actual dramatizations of Chest case histoiies, according to an announcement by Chester M. Wright, chairman of the public relations committee. A. L. Reynolds, president, and Donald S. Eyster, executive director of the Chest, led a forum discussion of agency operations. so much work for B'nai B'rith. The group has voted to join the Jewish Young Adult Council of Greater Miami. Meetings will be held at the Beach YMHA every Monday at 8 p.m. A RELIABLE DEALER JERRY & MACK RADIATOR SHOP DISTRIBUTORS FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE BEACON AUTO RADIATOR CORES 2034 N. W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 Jinkins Helpy Seliy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use That Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 + -jjuc wimimni Temple Israel Men Hear Talk On Brandeis' Life The life of the late Louis D. Brandeis, former justice of the United States supreme court, will be the subject of a talk to be given by Col. Michael M. 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