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The Jewish Floridian ( August 29, 1947 )

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lie\wifeltUElliOipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 20—NUMBER 35 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS ips Carrying Refugees Dock At Gibraltar; ;ency Counsel Serves Habeas Corpus Writ lips Stop To Reco a I ; :fugees Restricted ON (JTA)—The three British ships returning the 4,400 sfugees to Germany reached Gibraltar Tuesday and jtely started recoaling for their journey to Hamburg, juter correspondent on board the Runnymede Park, one hips, cabled "the tension of the long odyssey is beginkay the immigrants' nerves." He also reports that mem(the British crew are "fed up" and several plan to quit $>the ship at Hamburg. Meanwhile, t ;i To Handle %  P roblem %  I. S. State Dept. pNGTON (JTA)—In, a ty shift announced at the louse, Ugo Carusi, com|r of immigration and ration of the department jce, is being transferred late department to handle placed persons as special (assistant secretary-desigparles E. Saltzman. In B. Miller succeeds Cathead of the immigration 1 having just resigned for rpose as federal security irator. Miller will be rely Oscar R. Ewing, former Bi: r; ..-in of the Democratic committee and New iwyer. most important work ^tate department will be a complete survey of all bf President Truman's imJj)r directive of Dec. 22, ^ %  hite House press secretaries G. Ross said. A the IRO will also be Carusi, who is expected id considerable time in and South America in %  ntinued on Page 8) the ministry of transport denied reports that the crew of the Ocean Vigor had refused to sail the ship from Gibraltar. The already miserable conditions on board the ships were worsened by dense clouds of coal dust that covered the vessel's decks. According to the correspondent, the refugees were being restricted to the holds and the wired deck cages while the refuelling was proceeding. He said that heavy troop reinforcements had sealed off the docks. In what was apparently a move to forestall any legal action to free the deportees while they are at Gibraltar, the government of the Rock issued a special admin>istrative decree declaring that all persons aboard the ships were to be legally detained for the period they remained here. A clash was narrowly averted yesterday when the fingers of one passenger were crushed by troops closing a hatch. Several of his younger comrades wanted to retaliate, and the leaders ot the refugees had difficulty in. restraining them. An indication that the deportees would not disembark peacefully at Hamburg, despite statements to that effect by the commander of the convoy, was given (Continued on Page 4) ida Convention Leaders Announce fities for S. E. Regional Conclave L the arrival of Herman Popkin, director of the Southern [Youth commission, and Israel Katz, vice president of the festern Masada region, final plans and details are rapidly Completed for the third annual convention of the South%  Masada region. The convention will take place during fror Day week-end, with fcigh hotel serving as coniheadquarters. B George Shapiro, con[chairman, announces that pon agenda will include fcmphasis on the questions |tziutand political action je discussions being cenpund the American Jewh, and how they can best >to in the program. Belf the type of program being planned, the conchairman has extended fation to all young men men between the ages of |25 to attend the various 1 and meetings of the conGreat Britain Condemned By Miamians By CHARLOTTE KOTKIN Jewish Floridian Staff Despite protests from almost every imaginable Jewish authority and many prominent Christians to the British government on its decision to deport the 4,400 Exodus refugees to British controlled Hamburg, Germany, the three' British transports set sail this week from Port de Bouc, France, where they had been in harbor for almost a month. The Jews have lived on board the transports off the French Mediterranean coast since they were transferred from the blockade runner, Exodus 1947, at Haifa. Tuesday the ships reached Gibraltar and immediately started recoaling for their journey to Hamburg. The already miserable living conditions were aggravated by the clouds of coal dust that covered the decks of the vessels. Although several of the immigrants had received immigration certificates, they insisted upon sailing with the others. There are at least 50 pregnant women aboard the ships, who expect to give birth sometime during the two-week voyage, and British authorities denied permission for Jewish nurses to accompany the immigrants. Refusing to land on any soil other than that of Palestine, the refugees earlier in the week rejected a British ultimatum to^land in France or be deported. The French government had offered haven, provided the refugees landed voluntarily. The government of Denmark has offered a temporary refuge to the Jews to prevent their landing at Hamburg and has offered Red Cross aid to them when they do land. Upon questioning several prominent Zionist and Jewish leaders in Miami, in regard to the "Exodus 1947" incident, I became well aware of the strong feelings of disgust and open condemnation which these persons expressed. Their statements follow. Dr. David S. Andron, of the Zionist Organization of America, said: "Until recently the Jewish people have voiced an apology for (Continued on Page 5) will be a pre-registrafty for all delegates and the patio of the Raleigh Saturday at 2 p.m. At I there will be an Oneg in the hotel, which will luded with a Havdalah trning board meeting will fntinued on Page 4) UNSCOP SPLITS INTO 3 GROUPS GENEVA (JTA)—After almost three weeks of private, informal exchanges of views on various aspects of the Palestine problem, the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine split into three working groups which will go further into the details of the question and will present their views in writing. In addition to the three groups, which will consider federalization, a constitution and boundaries, a sub-committee to study the question of the Holy Places has been set up. The members of the group which will work on federalization are Iran, India and Yugoslavia. The delegates from Sweden, Canada, the Netherlands and Guatemala will prepare a constitution for Palestine. The boundaries of possible Palestinian states will be the province of representatives of Uruguay, Australia and Czechoslovakia. It is understood that the members of the constitutional and boundaries sub-committees are those who favor partition. This would tend to substantiate recent reports that UNSCOP is divided eight to three in favor of partition as a final solution on the Palestine issue. Writ To Affect 4,400 'Exodus* Refugees LONDON (JTA)—A writ of habeas corpus, designed to prevent the return to Germany of the 4,400 Exodus refugees was served on Foreign Secretary Bevin and Colonial Secretary Creech-Jones by D. N. Pritt, counsel for the Jewish Agency. The writ will be argued in the high court. Although only six ^refugees are listed in the writ. Decision On Palestine May Be Postponed ZURICH. Aug. 26.—(JTA).— The Zionist movement mutt face the fact that despite the United Nations' desire to find a prompt solution to the Palestine problem, a final decision may be postponed for a long time, Moshe Shertok, political chief of the Jewish Agency, told the Zionist Actions committee, meeting here. Shertok said thai although it was difficult to forecast the recommendations of the United Nations Special committee on Palestine, a majority is known to favor partition, with a minority holding out for binationalism. N. J. Bans Segregation In Public Schools NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (JTA) — An anti discrimination clause which would ban segregation in the New Jersey public schools and militia was adopted here at the State Constitutional convention by a vote of 50 to 18. The amendment will make New Jersey the first state in the union to include such a provision in its charger. it would affect all 4,400 granted. London papers report that Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, commander of the British zone, has ordered that the press be given the fullest facilities to observe the arrival of the deportees next week, "in order to prevent misrepresentations of Britain's actions, such as were circulated in France" when the prison ships arrived at Port de Bouc. Morgan Philips, secretary of the Labor party, reiterated that the government cannot permit illegal immigration into Palestine, in an interview appearing in the French Socialist organ, Le Populaire. Philips said that "we do not believe that the Jewish problem can be solved in Palestine alone. There must be absorption of displaced persons by other nations." Max Seligman, Palestine attorney, who has represented many of the extremists, said in New York today that the habeas corpus writ served yesterday on Foreign Minister Bevin and Colonial Minister CreechJones should have been served on the First Lord of the Admiralty, challenging the Royal Navy's authority to transport the refugees from French waters to Germany. The Jewish agency this week appealed to the members of the United Nations to intervene with the British government to reverse its decision on the deportation of the Exodus refugees to Germany. (Continued on Page 4) Louis Heiman to Head Miami Delegates To 11th B'nai B'rith State Convention Louis Heiman, president of District 5, B'nai B'rith, will head a contingent of delegates from Greater Miami B'nai B'rith lodges to the eleventh annual convention of the Florida State federation of B'nai B'rith lodges being held Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1 in West Palm Beach. More than 40 representatives from Sholem lodge, Miami lodge, and Coral Gables lodge are expected to attend the conclave. Walter Kovner. president of the Beach lodge; Sam Silver, Sholem lodge president; Dr. Leonard Glickstein, president of Coral Cables lodge' and Harold Turk, president of the B'nai B'rith council of Greater Miami will form the vanguard of the delegation from this area. Representatives from the 15 B'nai B'rith lodges in the state of Florida are expected to swell the total of delegates to 500. Business sessions have been planned at convention headquarters in the George Washington hotel, according to Dave Katz, convention chairman of Palm Beach. The convention program will open Saturday night with a cocktail party given by the Palm Beach lodge, with the women's auxiliary as the convention hosts. Official registration will begin Sunday at nine a.m., at which LOUIS HEIMAN (Continued on Page 4) f. I %  1 1 &f HI i i



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' >Jfistfkrffafi FRIDAY. AUGDsi, FAGE TWO ^ 1,1 ; Schwortz-Rosow Rites Personally SpeaKin§ Periorme d on Aug. is Mr. cmd Mm Morn* 3e:::>: and chUdren Joy ^r./;^ recently left by ccr tor California Mule there they an in Irs Ar.ce.es Dabij Parade K the Plankinton house rt Roeenbaums-len tc visit the Eli Lillj and Acre", laboratories a J P • • Beach, have been spending the summer is Sew ::..-: .expect tc return tc this srec 5= Sent : rtain si a cc :icaparty cc rence :r::r Islm = N V on the xccsion :: tne ==f-=J \ : ent of the c4 h aaugnte: .:-fle ; ----^^ xiore Ease :: Woodmere Long Aana., Mrs Beat J ---vN • • been sfudyinc !o: a master 5 c^cr^e %  i. :: attend t—e ..merci c: .•= I -y : expect to make their permanent home The Newman* .ar.ed this week from Chicc r r where they spent twe wee^s. time with Mrs Sladstene on be: birthday Saul three-week •• acation in 7 ndaaelrn.c and New York A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gluck. 247 Palm eve., Miami Beach, on July 22 Mark Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg. "54 S. W. 15th St., arrived July 24 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Levine, 55 S. W. 31st rd., announce the birth of a son. Robert Leslie, on July 23 Marvin fheodore, son of Mr. and Mrs. i.dr.ey Kaplan. 385 N. W. Second ave., was born July 24 A son, Jay Charles, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cherniak, 753 S. W. Third St.. on July 27 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Siden, 1727 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, announce the arrival of 01 •, v c son. Edward Joel, on Aug. 5 Shirley Kahn to Wej| ... A daughter, Madeline BonSavannah Man In ( nie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Jesse Blum. 3631 N. W. 13th lh *'\; ;<*, ave.. on Aug. 4 Carol Jane. Miss S Kahn daw daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CorMr and M Ralph K£" .-.ell Cowan. 48 Carlisle dr.. MiS V.' Sixt %  to MJi j Beach, arrived July 26 son of Mi Mrs Josspfcl Mr and Mrs. Ivan Fisher. 1859 & N. W. 20th ave., are announcA & the fatal : the birth of a son, George Temple Beth Sholom. tl*? %  S 1 at Jackson Memorial hoseIect luateoflBd • ••• : I itol on Aug. 26. Maternal %  "* iah '? o1 M %  § r 1 J •.* tended schools in Savanna .aporents are Mr. and Mrs Se v d ur !" f* :-: ..,::y Bolotin. and paternal AAF in the European iha Schwart ..-rar.cparents are Mr. and Mrs.! An October wedding j M Morris Fisher ... A son was : up i e born to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Opt| ner Long Island, N. Y., on Aug. %  28. Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S. W. 42nd ter., is the paternal grander. ?, .•„ss .-; the last two months Ln Atlanta 3; • .:ss ..— .-——— — ~ -.•—. • a 1045 Michiaan ave., Miami Beech .-.as .ist completed 3 moce^nc course z: the '-. .. .---%  • %  M i : '. •. G F mmai A student at Miami ztz:High school see v.... leave this week %  Mr. -: Mrs Sidney Letccur 111 S. W. S>.h rd %  >.•_. return I ;rth While there they visited Lake Champlain C;-;;r n of 1 Mrs. Leon Pollack and Mr. Ben Kandel provided the transportation for residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged Wednesday night when they attended the Tower theatre as part of the regular weekly activities. Mr. Al Retslcin, formed New York City, has acquired ownership ol Hotel Pierce, 169 N. LI tt.. and completed em improvements. a week's vacation -r. Jacjcsonv_e : .z. Mr Jean Silverman 1923 S W 23rd :ei and daughter Inc ::;ed :h:s week ^::r: zex:eniri vecation with relatives b tz. s:st M i W I Mrs :: %  Mrs N ny&mi LWSSVI New York and Boston. Sne .s a vice ::;=.:-: :: :-e BBW :: Snoiem lodge. v.ss Naomi Grossman daughte: :: Mi and Mrs Grcss-an 1" Majorca Cr—1 G-^e; .i~ Aur. : nded vacation in the North .:: az ex: M %  %  %  : .Tali" mate at rulane umversity sre wen: on tc New fork where she • Sen-o' H .= visiting with her sister Rita S^e evr-::s tc return tc teas: ... September. : : he Gcor Mr. and "rs :;n:e: G. Sa:.n left this week for = vacation in '.?.:. C:nner:i:u: where they will attend the wedding :: M: Satin's s ster. Alui .• • :•:.-. Alev S Cohen 2220 S. W 19th ter will leave Monday :':: Ch:: = o; -ni >z:~ Srr^os Car.z;; where he will vac'a?o : -Rn r:io f, ;= ran-e 2c %  "' n Second 5: bas — •1 %  %  -:she srer.: severa %  •• Tr-:s with her r::;r.:s and r::5nds : nd :v.er.; ::.r convention z: \h( Cz-zzz. • • [senherg :::: Mr. Sam Shar^; r.as c^ed his wile and daughters Sandra c ^ a a.„en a: :ne Duncraggan inn Hendersonville, N. C Other '.: u refines \ur.JuAt fom "Scent Siren' Coro's jewelry joy $r \\k Your scents stay with| Bright tittle leakprod *\ ties to be filled win r*l favorite perfume...l gle from cold finish M lets and fob pins. 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*-**SS3&?5S I AUGUST 29. 1947 +Jmlsti fk>r act Ian PAGE THREE i-Lundy Nuptials Held Sunday ng ceremony of Miss Sonkis, daughter of Mr. and Lthan Gulkis, 1944 S.W. |, and Jerome Lundy, son Tind Mrs. Michael Lundy, tnnsylvania ave., Miami [will take place Sunday Floridian hotel, Miami [at 5 p.m. A dinner for Mediate family will be held otel at 7 p.m., and a recep[fl be held at 9 p.m. at the |Norma Schwartz will be honor, and Miss Lucille irill be bridesmaid. Leon I will be best man for his Gulkis is a graduate of Senior High school and is :er of Tau Alpha Omega lorority. Mr. Lundy was led from Miami Beach •hool. a honeymoon trip to New La., the couple will make ime on Miami Beach, if-town guests for the wed. iclude Mr. and Mrs. B. iter and their sons. Judah nuel, of New York City. lour S. Rosenbergs fows On Aug. 24 iage ceremony of Miss i. Blackstone, daughter of amuel Blackstone, WalMass.. and Seymour S. erg, son of Mrs. Goldie g, 2295 S. W. Ninth St., : ice Monday, Aug. 24, at ne of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabbi Moses Me^holoff intor Maurice Mamches ofd nt the 1:30 p m. ceremony. was followed by a receptor Morris Apner was matron ^f. r, and Morris Apner was i..n bride was a member of the .A. and USO of Waltham osenberg is a member of sr-ayne Bay Masonic lodge 24, F. & A. M.. and the Consistory, Scottish Rite r a honeymoon in Cuba, buple will make their home •5 S. W. Ninth st. |-of-town guests for the )g included Mrs. Mary Herrtd Mrs. S. Chassin. of Pen11a.. and Miss Helen Crysd Murray Rosenberg, of 'ock City. Edelson, Freeman Rites Performed Sunday Honeymooning in North Carolina are Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph Freeman after a 4 p.m. marriage ritual, which was performed Sunday by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman in the Robert Richter hotel. A dinner in. the hotel followed the ceremony. The bride, the former Dorothy foyce Edelson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson, !054 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach. Mr. Freeman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Freeman, of Miami Beach and Reading, Pa. JEWISH CALENDAR 1947 Roth Hashanah Mon.. Tues., Sept. 15-16 Fast of Gedaliah Wed.. Sept. 17 Yom Kippur Wed.. Sept. 24 Sukkoi— 1st day Mon.. Sept. 29 Hosha'nah R abba h Sun.. Oct. 5 Shemini Axeret Mon., Oct. 6 Simhat Torah Tues.. Oct. 7 Charlotte Blumberg Engaged to N. J. Man Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. 1235 S. W. 19th ter., will formally announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte, to Stanley Fried, Elizabeth, N. J.. at an engagement party at the Kingsley Arms hotel, Asbury Park, N. J., on Sunday. Charlotte, a graduate of Miami Senior High school, will enter Northwestern university, Evanston, 111., this fall. Mr. Fried is now a dental student. Maid of Honor Fetes Bride-elect With Shower Miss Arlene Rose was feicd at a shower given her by her maid of honor, Miss Gladys Tepper at her home, 1221 Collins ave., Miami Beach, Wednesday evening. Present were the Misses Doris Albin, Celia Dobrin, Jackie Drosd, Roz Drosd, Anita Kessler, Beverly Raphael, Roz Worth, Winnie Epstein, Elarose Rogow, Dorothy Sussman, Esther Shimmel, Lucille Yagoda, Shirley Pardo, Mickey Dobrin, Florence i Hildebrant, Bobby Heyman, Caro-1 line Shultz, Evelyn Herstein, Sonia Zias, Hilda Schwartz, Mrs. j Lillian Rose, bride's mother; Mrs.: David Rome, bridegroom's moth-1 er; Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Junior Hadassah senior advisor. Miss Rose will be married Sat-' urday evening at the Floridian hotel. AUGUST BROS n Yr la the BBSTt Beach League to Give Legal Aid to Visitors A committee to organize a "Big Brother Plan" to aid young visitors to Miami Beach during the coming season is being formed by the Civic league. The plan which is being advocated by Peace Justice Kenneth Oka would offer legal aid and social welfare services to young men and women needing such services. Aug. 30 has been set as "Civic League Night" at th^ "pop" concert in Flamingo park. MEN Buy Direct "Custom Tailored by Hand in Our Own Shop" GENUINE FORSTMANN AND JUILLIARD SILK GABARDINE SLACKS $ GUARANTEED $35.00 VALUE 20 Direct Factory Prices AUSTIN H. BURKE'S Upstairs Mfrs. Outlet 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Room 16 Entrance on Penn. Ave., off Lincoln Rd. In Philadelphia Since 1906 Coburn School ANNOUNCES ITS 23rd Ito-Opening OCTOBER 1, 1947 PRESCHOOL THROUGH SENIOR HIGH 1000 BAY DRIVE MIAMI BEACH NORMANDY ISLE PHONE 6-1011 '.', SUNRtfrARK HEALTH RESORT BS HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR NEST. CONW.I -.SCEKCE AND CHROKIC ( • 'Zi III s.w 30COURT iaas MIAMI Fl < r>A Attired in a gown of Swiss eyelet batiste, designed with fitted bodice and full skirt which fell into a cathedral train, the bride was atterded by Miss Barbara Gordon and Miss Dorothy Goldstein as maids of honor. Miss Gordon chose a gown of pink satin and net with matching headdress, while Miss Goldstein wore a gown of blue taffeta. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and was recently graduated cum laude from the University of Miami. She is a member of Rose chapter, B*nai B'rith Young Women. Her husband attended schools in Pent sylvania. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mrs. S>. C. Liptnan, Mrs. Morris Lipman, and Mi's Rae Katzen. aunts of the bride, all from Lancaster, Pa.; and William Goldman, New York THE Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation announces with pride the arrival of the distinguished British cantor REVEREND Abraham Barman Who will officiate for us for Slichos and lie High Holy Days HE WILL BROADCAST THIS SUNDAY OVER STATION WIOD FROM 11:30 TO 11:45 A. M. TUNE MX! Seating Committee In Attendance Daily 8 to 10 A.M. 7 to 9 P.M. rime ra^ iEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS PERSONALIZED and PLAIN Seminole Paper & Printing 419 N. Miami Avenue PHONES 2-1110—3-4201 1111111 lllllll "H|" "l l(mill JU! II i. 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'. Editorial The Exodus Victims! Counsel Serves Writ l from Page 11 FRIDAY, TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE &uci£y Gotv^Ulentid (Copyright. 1W. Seven Art* F.t ur Syndlct,, BT PHINEAS J. BIRON Stop O'Donnell • • Mr. John O'Donnell. of Patton incident fame, rides He's brandishing the torch of prejudice with zest lasada! Convening here '.his weekend will be the Southeastern Region of Masada You.-.; I.onists of America. The ;_=?: organization. Junior Hadassah will assist the local Mcsado end Young Zionist groups in playing host Ic the visitors from seven Southern states. A program designed tc elaborate cr. ".he aims :: the organization, to instill additional enthusiasm nr.d encourage Mssada leaders to secure mere participation ~:~ among its youth has been prepared fcr the hundred delegates congregating here The vital role young Americana will play in the coming years cannot be over estimated. It is the youth that % %  •... :::; the task of carrying to fruition the ideals and aims :: Z. ::-..; — and the establishment of a national Jewish commonwealth That the job is not completed car. be seen from dcilv hscoenings. Masada cr.d Its fellow workers n:e doing cooc :r .educating end preparing Jewish youth to assume that res ; • bility. for one of America's most notorious hate peddlers" 1 |tor don't think that ODonneU's defense of Pelley was jus', K ed those aberrations that the best of us may be subject toomy Lifying the lifetime The day before he wrote the Pelley piea rk %  bringnet] wept a full column's worth of tears, bitter teen grants to Pales( d efendants in the mass sedition trial of 1942 ... He 4 them as "small people" who "had one thing in commt I • n ;' They didn't like Roosevelt's foreign policy ... Most .'; d trusted Pal Joey in Moscow" These two col ODonneU's are an indication that the Jewish issue of up in the forthcoming presidential election campaign' political writers of the O'Donnell type are called to orde '"• %  F ch before the campaign hysteria sets in. %  %  • .•.-.. ted. | 5 Taft Doesn't Like Smith i j "• s, in keepMasada Plans Voiced Continued from Pige 1> Ships Stop To Recoal C • %  P : Senator Robert Taft. candidate for tenancy in •' the House at Washington, is very unhappy about the enda litioned up-ihe got from Gerald L. K. Smith, the notorious anti-Sercis | lir.g volui tarWntes the Senator: "I'm told that I have been called u the fine man and a courageous statesman' by that persoa. ted. ul jj 0 no t reciprocate these sentiments and do not ': ';'. ; ed proval from that source" Senator Taft's statementc wide publicity, to which we are glad to contribute our It Heiman Heads Delegates • Page I :' West Palm %  -. %  '. the State Fedi convention place in the Harfenist r:;v,. r ".:..-.: evening. Mr ; •_: %  • S:rr..T.h„-ff. co-cha:rma.-. Miseellany The book of Jewish heroes is in preparation.. .It present the full story of Jewish anti-Fascist underground f£ in World War II More about this qreat project lak I ~ 7.:•..-:•-. %  :-•: :-., %  : : is not true ^at the film version of "Gentlemen's Agreed will underplay the anti-Semitic theme We're inform^ the movie script is stronger than the book Maurice! • Im Beach, will n • the cor.venity. and | the eminent Jewish actor, is busily trying to organize ml briefly discuss the curLaw Review Endorses Racial Bias Legislation mstitut: -s -;• contained in i U Will pre; -•; Greet:-;; will be heard from Mayor Mar;:; nan Mr S. A. Gooc chairman of the : ;;1 Zionist % %  % %  %  ) %  : %  mission and th : -venti n chairman The highlight : this session •*:.. : %  th< nt's annual report whici given by the regi rial %  :.: Alvin ? Rubm f Birmingham, Ala :addition to committee i • %  %  %  take r:a;e Sunday morning, a luncheon is luled for 12:30 that afternoon .-.# lunch* D v-.;.. place in the Eiarfeaist restaurant will be addressed by M iron Arm, -it. nal Masad sident Mr Ann :-ng aac' % %  %  la. will disss the rrcan.zat.:-;: rr:r:;-ii the crgamzaucn in light :i the T^J ,mi : "' ;: %  A Harry Katz casting station in Palestine, has launched a ruthless ^ against Dr. Weizmann ... So violent is the language being used that the Haganah now insists on providing a bodyguard for the Zionist leader ... The World Jeriil cress reports donations to its treasury in memory of Hubermcn, the great violinist and conductor • • W knew Huberman are aware that he cherished the work I World Jewish Congress above all. of SI ;em • a BBYO — %  J^ a : :: • A %  • iT;: -' %  '-' % %  % % %  • • %  • .. %  -g CO, • .; ~fty council, whi -re medka] schools .-. N Sewmta is the airthe se. Aitun, rra.zer.: it Junior Hadassah and her committee art -Sute :'. tfi planning a p—gram for vte oc^e.::en bill .New %  "••wtMMri rtc.*•"•" A-t. dwid, N w 1 *0CIt, 9 „ --' E da P area* T,|,. F tUf S* p vl et Amtrl. ^ -Jewlth TWISTER OF IMS *4CIAL AND fiBU Si: J. N ro LeRAN c 6 -jM r ^^ re fEAp a 1 raylor bill in Massaci n S^BSCR.P^ c ; r "' *"i. t i,; rv election rf rff.rers for the 'fc :---::: bill m : --' •:; V .. RAT, fe J Dg year win take place Man-• includes that \ !1^2___^::: g rtern %  .,-. the final plena %  sn FRnT^il; — -. HjghllghtingtheSnven: **<* of ending = -, r ^^HOCHET tion will be the ;; ;i .^g banquet,-" Bce^eeetertea ei_;a: -; ..; -_______" pg,ll and lance Monday in the Robert I **--•--"-; TUr^Z Tr -Rtcbtac hotel C*rl Alpert, nan%  rJtg editor :'. :r.e New Palesi fonaer r.auDnal pr Young J.zin. wfl] be c;il tr\ has been active a Zicniit -'" rk :'-. TeleoW, 2-1,4, 2 fi212 *U| 1st 29 i W EL ^IX 13, 3T07 *5ra^fr %  — .-•_



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AUGUST 29, 1947 Jewish fhridlJan PAGE FIVE lians Condemn Britain Action |on tinned from Page 1) minority. Today Great is placed in that position of its inhuman act, (Ex[47) of apologizing and denot the act of a minorCt of the representative laJvernment of England, der the names of law, or[and humanity, England e H thousands of poor and fceless refugees into crowded (and returned them to the iell from which they sought |ape. This act is ostensibly Great Britain justifies as fence to its international fitments. ider the mandate England vorn to facilitate immigrant Jews into Palestine. Inthey ripped the Jewish Jrtion. from the very shores Ufa and sent them on global %  rings. fis is hardly the facilitation nigration of our people into fcoly Land. These acts dethe condemnation of the civilized world." ris Klass, executive directhe Greater Miami Jewish Ration, stated: ) long as immigration into line is controlled by any ps other than the Jewish punities, such acts as the 'Exfl947' will crop up. At presfcncland is carrying out cerTrneasures in its control of Mine which are being confed by many persons all over ivorld; however, in spite of nhumane methods which are used by England, I feel [she is doing what she belt is right in this case. From Jewish point of view, the inIption of vessels on the high lean only be considered as • and contrary to interna.. maritime law. [do not believe that England |14 "I I 1 *•* i It ll 1 • 4 1 >c %  # I'' t :



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\i—. >jeistntridi3n FRIDAY, AUGUST! PAGE SIX Las fPop Concert To Feature LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES .^-..iSMSSft---For the tenth and cu it Saturdaj evening "I • concert series, the Univ. tj A:., i Concert orchestra II N M lest. A -. and ^ -v Jean Bedetti, 'cellist, % %  b t 0 s i NAM SOT :"i TO APPEAK s ted as sol. ist S urday's concert will begin F •• at B 0 p.m. at Flaming : ai 5 hell, Mian i B i \ Bedetti as list with th Bostoi S> und< Si K ran bei f years tly returned from the Berk-1 < f. stival, wh. re gses in 'i Alloo, w is %  • % %  i • %  : for the '-' %  • s 5 orch. sti vacal n oi %  th C .. %  ....... concert | % %  •". s to the M %  • \ S. I nun* ~ %  \ • %  • • M • L \ 3 El JUS N AME CIRCUIT i-'TKT OK THE !S .' ,, ; I, I W. CIRCUIT IN AND ..,'.• COUNTY, FI-ORIOA. 'N CHANCWRT. ino8l .. MARTIN .-I.KMMINOS. JR.. NOTICE TO APPEAR x l: r M MM 'IN <'Ist N 174 riginal .. pa pers to the mi lling at i %  • %  A M 2645 S.W 34:h cl gr >up m< ts •' • M •-".' th< rr m IS S W Thii i -at ... • %  %  -. %  ledg %  %  %  SDER F CTiTiOtS NAME % %  CE LNOEI %  %  \ Till' COI'NTV JUDGE'S COURT !••• 'it [>ADK CKMJNTT. \ IN PROBATE. X.i : %  \ :-i: OF MAX RICHMAN, %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS ., ,,.i All Persona i lem&ndi Agalnat II h ..f you, are hereby i ,i:. .1 to present any which you, or have again*! the I \ \ Rli HM \N. dece used, Florida. %  ihe u C-J inty Judge f II the name in his Com thouee In la within eight • he date of ihe hereof Bald i i ma legal ad of Bepteml %  ratloni said Bin „ be taken a* %  mf. ,,<< M g**i l*t this .,.,,. week fi.r I puhliHh,..! DATED tl K '-I.KATMKiS %  Hy Mr (SKAL) I A. J. KAPLAN Solicitor f. i i7.-.. i:. Miami S2 p l/l-lS-li J. IN THK CIRCCIT COCWaM UTH JfKHIAI. CIR STATK OP P1/1RIPA DACE COCXTT IN V. IllQil DIVORCE IIAUItV II U KLLMAN, PialiMift. vs. 1.11. I.I AN WRLLMAN, • ORDER FOR PUBLIC"'* : I. M.I,IAN WELLMAN Di-fei 141-25 Nn'thvrn BwltM i %  \1 thow. Flusl %  Xi A Y'.Tk TOO ARE HERI AND REyl to the Kill ill II T<^: B I to be • "i n filed aga %  n In thf Id, oi in 1 i >.-. s.-. U"i. 110 • %  '. the %  \ D i a i: PAI.KENIIBIM • %  \ %  thi Kstat. of v. I RANI*, • \ Tr. David S. Ar.dron will speak this Sunday morning over the Jewish Musical Hour presented by Jacob Schachier en Station WBAY at 10 a.rr.. Dr. Andron will speak on the objectives and constructive value of the new Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach. • %  • • '. MOT ;E TO *PPEAH %  %  %  L SDEI •• • %  • 1 s • 1 %  : • 2.1 KEGS DELIVERED ICE COLD ALL EQUIPMENT FURNISHED Call 2-72493 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 304 S. VV. 8th Ave. %' LEGAL NOTICES • %  DT .E '_\DER F.CTiT 0 S SA VE rr MAT Z?.N I N %  s T 0 APPEAR .OT :E .\:;= c c 5 N ,. E LAVA %  • N • %  • • 1. • %  • %  NOTICE .'.DER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KEHV UIVEN thai I..' in is nd e of D R T A N Miami i ends to ri'g. I erk of the • i •.!• Oounty, FVortdav ::.;I:NS, > .. m naf >l \ ... K .i'l-AN. • 5-1J cause <-n iii" AP l*4i i the uq of I ..ii B kvnut by >"u THIS • 11: %  i:i: • •-:, .i vrsek for I The published In I Da ted I 141 K B I.EATHCTJU1 %  l. l.H' Deputy tall iSKAI.i DANIEI, .'. >'\ riN Solicitor for i I1S1 n Miami 12 I I %  SOT ;= .%>:= r : 0wS Niv N % %  %  ... NOT CE -S:E= f CT ot'l NAME %  %  %  NOT.CE UNDER FJCT.T.OU8 NA~MI • • I • %  U> v under whle* %  %  •.< = %  -\-r C A50VST BROS IRA %  • • DER FICTITIOUS NAME L A ^V ill niVBN i hat to i nffsge in II a n of SHOP 11 II N P la, intend to i rk of irl f i >nle C, miy. I I'VNAIIOTOU HAItlua A NOTICE INDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1KEBV UIVEN that %  Ini I i. %  flel tloua n in i "f i. 10 N E ^rd II ty, Plorkka, i i ruuna 'Hi the • 'oui t • %  ( i isde %  WOLF RETSKIN, LsassSx .. • '• • R. • ..in NOTICE I'.DEP "-"TITIOUS NAME LAW i:V OIVEN that to engage in ktltl IUS nai of RH sri'i-i.v rosf• and All B iha F kla i-;-.nil to • • %  Itl the • 'ink of i" ITT. PLORIDA, 1107 •Iff, K !RSON. lant. ^KERSSN" %  Pitt, • New Tork. .; mdrMuirejd I Complaint filed %  r, or tn>f..re "therwlso the Hill I't this order be esatvs weeks In The 19*7. lithe 6f IT* kr>t %  IAN*! • < N -ourt. • C ... xi., Deputj Ctsrk. i nUEDatAM I '"r Plalnrnf.*' 4& 8 /# NOTICE UNDER FICTIT;OTS| LAV; Hi rTlCE IS IIEREBT GI\1SI •i,.> uadi buslneat BUN LAB. PlftnS : ..... name with l t'outt of H SHEblHl.N MARVIN | HARR1 / Attorney for Applicant, CM Lincoln R Beach, Plorlda. n'*-l5-22-: rinousi NOTICE UNDER FICTI LAW NOTICE IS HE th,, andi • CENT! K ••t N W i Avenue. 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LY. AUGUST 29, 1947 Mnr/sJ. fforidllari PAGE S£ Y to Sponsor il Labor Day Dance annual free Labor Day Sponsored by the Miami |d V.V.'.H.A. will be given I Sept. 1. from 8 to 11 p.m. %  Miami Y building. The %  dance will feature Crusty Id's orchestra and a jitterwaltz contest. Seymour i, i man of the Y social jee, is in charge of arems. Bnce will be preceded by led tours of the new Y now under construe)EMY TO HOLD )AY SERVICES %  ces for the High Holy Days conducted at the Greater Hebrew academy, 918 kt.. Miami Beach, by Cantor JTW<'! sky, %  ces for Rosh Hashona will lace Sunday evening, Sept. Id Monday and Tuesday, 15 and 16. Yom Kippur serIvvll be hrld Tuesday evept, 23 ard all day WedI Sept. 24. tc • may bo secured at the from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. i 7 to 10 p.m. daily. ie Koven Chooses mber Wedding Date ^ouncement of the engageof their daughter, Diane to Graham Fried is being I this week by Mr. and Mrs. Ice H. Koven, 1615 Country iPrado, Coral Gables. Mr. I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fried. Crompond, N. Y. hride-elect, a graduate of Bar school, is now a student University of Miami. Mr. Jis also a student at the uniJfa, where he is a member of SIM lor. Pi fraternity. He for three years in the Coast couple has set Dec. 21st as Ste for their marriage. Hyman to Say Vows 3 In New York City and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, It iyal Palm ave., Miami are announcing the ap%  ling marriage of their r Rita, to Leslie T. BukThe ceremony will take Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the man Towers hotel, New York Mil sad a Convvntiim Heads Confer Private Rites Join Couple Obituary Mr. Jack Scharf and Miss Rita Shapiro of Brooklyn, N. Y., were married at a wedding ceremony at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Miami Beach, Sunday, Aug. 24, in tne presence of the bride's uncle, Mr. Leoi.ard Weisberg, and a limited group of friends. The ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, assisted by Cantor Louis D. Feder. TRAGER Herman Trager, 76, 753 N. W. 22nd Ot, paned away on Augr. 22. He was a member


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"" PAGE EIGHT Carusi To Handle DP's (Continued from Page I the near future. In appointing Miller a; the new immigration commissioner. President Truman wrote him that "the conscience of the nation has been moved by the tragic plight" of the displaced persons. "In recent conversations I have discussej. w:: and with other high officials, continued the President, "the importance of critical problems relating to displaced persona whit the country is facing." He pointed out that the Federal S< agency, which Miller hi dealt with many problems "similar to those of displaced persons. The DP problem will be intensively studied by five congressional committees. The S Sub-committee on immigration, headed by Senator Chapman Revercomt, will survey the DP question as part of a general study of immigration. The Armed Services committees of the senate and house will visit Germany and Austria ar.d investigate DP conditions, among other things. The Senate Appropriations committee is sending members abroad who will include DP areas in their investigations. A sub-committee of the House Committee on Foreign aid. headed by Representative Christian Herter. plans to visit DP camps in Germany and Austria: and a subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs committee, headed by Representative James G. Pulton, is leaving for Europe later this month to study the IRO and DP's. Temple Beth Sholom Makes Improvements Impi Of T. that 1 kitchen! The ; • : RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY FRIDAY. Academy To Be Open To Public, September 7 Introductory night for all mem. bers and friends of the Greater AUGUST ,, ZURICH (JTATT^ Actions committee m^Monday i^ed a call to2 refu aboard Exodus UNVEILING line : lav, ,\ Mt Sii Eli Hurwits, director of Peninsular institute, announces that fall term registration for classes in the college level Pace course in accountancy and business administration and federal income tax will open Sept. 2. STOCK! 'TA —The to the 4.4 as reported %  D STRIBL TOPS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 60C N.E, %  <: Av. 2644 S.W St 1 St. PH. : P-. 4J.3442 MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND JUNIOR CONGREGATION announces Ilia I tickets for llic HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue WILL BE SOLD AT THE BUILDING The Ticket Committee will be in the building to help you Sunday morning, August 31st, from 9:30 A. M. to 12 Noon, and every weekday evening commencing Monday, September 1st. from 7:30 P. M. until 10:00 P. M. Plastic Artificial Eyes COSMETIC EYES MADE TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS COLORED TO MATCH BY PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Finiihed Complete In One Day. Time Highly Skilly Technicians Fit Eye to Socket, Thus Affording More Comfort and Belter Movement Swift Changes in Temperature, High Altitudes Nor Bodv Arid. Hare Any Effect Upon the New Unbreakable PlSSc Ey. PHONE 9-2228 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY A. F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. — Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington .T... Miami Beach. Rabb, Moses Mcheloff; Cantor Louis D. Fed.r. nj M vices a: b.4oi'udos. Daily clas • Mondaj %  iti n for H ., year • %  .-. 14 < n 4to 5 p.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. M .. %  G w p.m Saturd services a) i Hebrew academy will take i British Vessels returni Mian e Sunday night. Sept. 7. Prominent speakers will address the gathering, and there will also be a musical program. The regular school year will ,gin Monday, Sept. 8 and will include classes through the first five years of school and kindergarten groups for children from four to five and one-half. Germany to stand firm are %  v... admitted to p^ In theE sfl CENTER TEACHER DIES H B. Alper, teacher at the Miami Beach Jewish center, this week in Pittsburgh, Pa., ile visiting his daughter. He t Talmud classes daily. n f the Week. Ser, Saturd wed by a ture on -The I Values." Daily serv• 30 a m Daily evening in Jewish Laws an I I : M Sale ol Holy at the Synagogue and 3 to 9 p.m. .. 1521 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabb is, 6:30 p.m. S via s Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Students I i0:30 a.m. : at 6:30 a.m :' II wed by S udos. Su:: edule n th< 12 n n, Sale of .-• Hig H Ij Da • to 9 | CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. • 6:30 p.m. Sabbath at 8:30 a.m. Hebrew school daily, Mondav if i rhursday, 9-12. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabolas Shabb .servj e 7 Saturdaj g n will -;>• •. • Law." %  : t Danii B wer, : M n : M J Bi Edward Gn • nl • g, son uf Mi and Mrs. Jess. g •• 10 Daily services, 8 a.m and 1-12 a.m. JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Di Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. >'• %  >• IS P.m. and Saturday m irning at 10. __, LIBERAL 4lL rn LE BETH SH0L M. Rabbit h e '• %  • Mia !" Beach. uTKeWmer Kr0niSh;Can0rS -. •" : %  • i at 8 : Sept. 15 for • school, He 'Sunday, sept 14 Z£ *' %  % %  w n i Office open f, im g pucai H -P Rabbi D.rid Ra,b L ud d J** evening" servit e „ fl MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oeeanfront Properties. Hotels. Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor (05 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" High Grade. TAILORED VEXETLW IKI.lMtS Thomai Venaii u blafcJ •pecially designed for FkrJ use—durable and long |J All blinds installed andjl anteed — prompt thipnw;, out-of-town orders. Phone lor Estimate, 9-7555 2-H Cant HIGH HOLY DAYS s i: it v 1C i: s IN CORAL GABLES at the WOMEN'S CLUB AUDITORIUM (Adjoining Library) RABBI ALBERT MICHELS CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK Sponsored by Coral tiabU>H -9 •• wish Vvnter Mrs. S. Lieberman, 308 Romano Ave., 48-3142 In Charge of Reservations Mrs. Ofl stalle L KO KISK>STKI\ %  R ealtol Phone 5-7668 Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All It* %  asrtr R EAL ESTATE PROBLEMS^ '2 Years of Experienc e in Building Construction on Mumi Bae presi "Hit* the Spot** 12-0Z. BOTTLE c



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&GUST 29, 1947 .Jenlsli fkridTiajn PAGE NINE rid Groups ill Officers %  gements for the joint i£ Bation of the officers Kavid Sisterhood and %  BY ;.l Parent-Teacher W Kerc completed at a |g of the groups held The installation 111 be held WednesJat 12:30 p.m. at the ^^hainnan of the in( Mis. Harry Gordon. Her Stiebel will be eremonies; Mrs. Benwill install the ofIrs. Bernard Sterling of seating arrangegrvutions are now beMrs. S. B. Miller at Irs. A. David Rayvis fluiice Mamchcs will rs. Harold Robin will %  piano selections. Miss __Ls will speak to the •ll.AV to Foster Synafcdance by Young PeoHir Parents." Vf the Sisterhood to be ^^ %  e Mrs. Norman D. %  gidcnt; Mrs. Bernard g $ Hsi vice president; Mrs. Hust, second vice presii Alexander Stiebel, ^fcresident; Mrs. Frank Kording secretary; Mrs. Br, corresponding secB Harry Laufer, memfc-etaiy; Mrs. A. David Hjmcial secretary; Mrs. Bycrs, treasurer; Mrs. Hel, sergeant-at-arms, %  Joseph J. Bermann, hni of directors to be %  eludes Mrs. Jack Aug%  Max Bergman, Mrs. pn, Mrs. Louis Heiman, Langner, Mrs. Sidrt, Mrs. S. B. Miller, Markowitz and Mrs. brig. %  of the PTA to be inB Mrs. Max Feldman, %  Mrs. Robert tchweitirtsident; Mrs. Moses recording secretary; (r Eichenbaum, corre[secretary, and Mrs. 'ust, treasurer. Mrs. Hfcr will be honorary of the board of diMrs. Sam August, ^id Rayvis, Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Irving Rosen, Davidow, Mrs. AbraMrs. Edward Safer, Be Mayers, Mrs. Moe id Mrs. Larry Simpkin. II Jewish Quiz Box QUESTION: What it the significance of the "Kiddush" on Friday night? ANSWER: The Sabbath has a special significance in the life of the' Jewish people that sets it above and apart from all the other days of the week. The Bible (Exodus 20:8) directed special attention towards the Sabbath by proclaiming: "Remember thou the day of the Sabbath to sanctify it." From this the Rabbis (Talmud Pesakim 106) deduced the fact that the Sabbath was to be ushered in by blessings as a means of sanctification. The word "Kiddush" means "sanctification." QUESTION: What is the content of the "Kiddush" liturgy? ANSWER: The content of the "Kiddush" liturgy, which, in the main, is comprised of special blessings, views the Sabbath as a dual reminder. The Sabbath is considered a symbol of the creation after which the Almighty proclaimed the seventh day as a day of rest. For this reason the portion of the Bible (Genesis) which deals with her hallowing of the Sabbath is prefixed to the "Kiddush" blessings. Man, who recites the "Kiddush," hence testifies to the identity of the divine Creator of the world. Viewing the "Kiddush" as a matter of testimony, he who chants it must stand up, as a Jewish law requires of any witness who renders testimony. The content of the "Kiddush" also regards the Sabbath as a reminder of the Exodus from Egypt. Having testified as to the divine creation of the world it follows that the world belongs to God and hence no man has the right to enslave his fellow man. The element of freedom is characterized by the Sabbath day which renders all individuals free from occupational obligations. Hence, in sanctifying it, we consider it as a reminder of the Exodus which made the people of Israel free. Freedom is thus conceived as the essential element of world existence. Judge L Bandel To Be Moderator Of Shoiem Forum Judge Louis Bandel will -act as moderator at a "Town Hall Forum," sponsored by Shoiem lodge, B'nai B'rith, on the subject, "What is the Solution to the Jewish Displaced Persons Problem in Europe?" Scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m., at the Women's club, the forum will feature community figures and a representative of the press. Harry Simonhoff, well known student of Zionism; Mrs. Max Dobrin, president of the Greater Miami Board of Hadassah chapters, and Henning Heldt, political writer for the Miami Herald, will comprise the panel of speakers. "The Town Hall Forum offers an excellent opportunity for audience and speakers alike to exchange views on vital international problems," said Sidney Aronovitz, Shoiem lodge chairman of the meeting. "It is the desire of the Americanism and Civic Affairs committee of the lodge to present this involved subject to the community at a strictly educational and informative level. Only in this way can we reach a possible solution of the displaced persons problem," he stated. The Town Hall meeting will be conducted by Judge Bandel in the usual manner—each of the four speakers will present their views in a 15-minute address, after which the audience will be invited to put questions to the speakers. The meeting is open to the public. 'Towards Brotherhood" is the subject chosen by Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, director of the Miami Roundtable. National Conference of Christians and Jews, for his talk to members of the Business and Professional Women's club, Sept. 3. Pictured above is Saul T. Von Zamft, who was elected commander of the Miami Beach posl of the Jewish War Veterans at a meeting last week. Bris of Charles George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lobof, was performed last Sunday at the home of Rabbi Samuel Goodman. Rabbi L. Lehrer officiated. Jr. Congregation First Services To Be Held Sat. Mr. Jack Stone, chairman of the construction committee of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, has announced that the new building now under construction at 1101 S. W. 12th ave., has almost been completed. Saturday services conducted by Rabbi Simon April will be held in the main auditorium of the new building Saturday morning, Aug. 30, at 9 a.m. All members and friends are invited to attend this first service to be held in the new building. Mr. Max Apfelbaum, chairman of the ticket committee, states that tickets for the High Holy Days services will be sold at the building beginning Sunday morning, Aug. 31st, from 10:30 am. to noon, and in the evening, beginning Monday, Sept. 1, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Registration for students in the Hebrew school is now taking olace at the office of Rabbi Simon April, 1845 S. W. Ninth St., every morning from 10 o'clock to noon. Classes have already started and additional information can be obtained by calling 2-6346. NEW LOCATION PHILLIPS PLUMBING 6229 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 78-6557 JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS S. JL Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beaclj Between Collins & Wash. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'IBD "DIB Telephone 5-1017 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION and Soda Fountain Repairs PHONE 4-2642 Sandman Refrigeration 3267 N. W. 7th St Miami Mendelsohn's Restaurant OCEAN VILLA IS NOW AIR COOLED DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M. RESERVATIONS BEING MADE FOR NEW YEARS—PHONE 5-9334 FREE PARKING 13th SI. & Collins Ave.. Miami Beach ^HONE^'MM" Bione 3-7856 / ii i:\~s Mi's Shop MEN'S igs and Clothing id Waiters Uniforms >RK CLOTHES Miami Avenue iami, Florida DIAM OND | fCAB PHONE 3-4627 BT IN SMOKED fS OF ALL KINDS 1P3 Irida National Uier Provision [Company •hone 3-4225 %  N. W. 5th Street %  AMI. FLORIDA W the Supervision of %  Joseph E. 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%  ---. >V'v v".-. %  .' -, -*:v/^jv^a**i^a.r,aiK.rjft.^.-s. : %  %  i i • PAGE TEN +Jeistncridteri ^AY.An << Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. ZIOS1ST TRESDS: Some groups in the Zi •• %  movement would like to see Dr Chaim Weizmann .is the principal delegate of the Jewish Agency at the forthcoming U.N gem:. Bembly in September Attempts will, therefore, b mad< at the Zionist Actions committee now in session in Zurich, I again the Weizmann issue It must not be forgotten that while the List Zionist Congress d I lect Dr. Weizmann. the W Zionist Organization is still without a president Am< Zionist leaders remain opposed to Dr. Weizmann and will. fore, oppose the efforts friends at the Actions committee to bring him back to leadership While Zionist groups are divided on the WeiJtmann issue they are all of the opinion that America's stand at the I' N ,i>sembly is going i importance in the U.N. deliberations on the Palestine pi Active preparations are, therefore, being made by '.: ish Agency office in Was for the UN. parley Incidentally, the agency Was:::ng: n is %  ...: ::,: tine government with ign U X. call for a truce investigation by the special U.N committee on Palestine It cites a number of facts to substantiate this charge Th ise who had a chance to n agency's communication cannot help but come to the conclusion that the British are not anxi ...to have peace in Palestine. • • • EVIL PLASS: Increased anti-Jewish propaganda can soon be expected throughout the country Plans to initiate such propaganda were mapped out at a meeting in the Hotel Pennsylvania in N't w Y : k attended by more than a dozen anti-Semitic agitators and pamphleteers including Gerald L. K. Smith ... It seems that thes plans are backed financially by George W. Armstrong, the octonarian oil operator of Fort W rth, Texas Armstrong is reported to have sold his oil land r.gs for S4.000.000 and to have stated that he intends to spend half of this sum for the furtherance of a unified antiSemitic movement ... To accomplish this he intends to use a special foundation whose charter, on file at Austin. Texas, states that it is established for charitable, patriotic and educational purposes Armstrong's plan envisages making "grants-in-aid" ...i port '• Sitators pes event! ne i -. ides : r th< maintenai Chi P tesi ng grow lepots 1 it als s n. investiga! '• ts Ii Silvt ng contact %  ':' pris tentiar; ( • %  CO.VTJ Historians ted J War II. l i I M • attons S Miss Syrktn 51 J \ ng light Ii the Nazis "• tl} C %  -' %  n ties i i '•' f Jewish %  Sh lates 1 nia. Slovak v ni in' • scue Jews I %  %  the f '•' % %  %  : -' r. : El true st petent sl %  %  %  Hi .:., Jew;* readers book v thless interest • • • %  %  VOTESTh( \ srican Jewish conferng up Its preparaencesand n th. plan to ganiiaUon take pi -luring I : in chl v rki Washington, Los Ai San ind Cleveland %  • t of local J< w• i apis and ex| plan :' ir the. nizatioi I nfer-. v ind •' sent t critic, to Pal%  I States T first I service li ler has Peru by the : YMHA's and j :' the Jewish n i Y.Mj • appear sh I tions of the A 11 • tori S v • • %  [i mong other 1 B i n V 1875 % %  l the : liti t roon Bostoi ntil it • 5 ... 1 cent :. N( v. %  n annual 1 nation for puF I and • %  schools Palestinian Doctors Prepart I. For Duties at Hebrew U. Md m t Sholem Lodge to Hear Miami Zoning Director F Stean f tl M •• ', will ad I B'nai %  %  -. F %  2.15 ] %  '• : Sl %  : %  %  I : 1 n .. Plan for 1 : luncheon ntroduci S %  Silv ; side. Six brilliant young Palestinian mediral 'i i' ntists are studying Aincriran mrriiral irrhniqurs under two year Hi l.i->h fellowships prior to reluming lo the Yishuv as staff members of II .i.l. i '-.Ii Hospital and faculty members al the new Hebrew Universityllaclasrah Medical School for which $1,000,000 is now being raised in this country. (Standing, 1. to'r.) Dr. Felia Sagher, dermatologist specializing in cancer research who studied at Mayo Institute and who is now at N. Y. Skin and Cancer Hospital; Dr. Frits Dreyfuss, heart specialist, who baa been working at Montefiore Hospital, N.Y.; Dr. Walter Kornblueth, who is a fellow in residence at th Wilmer Ophthalmologies! Institute of Johns HopAppointment of Samuel Kaplan as assistant and field representative of the Miami Beach kins University and %~A research in corntal an! J I. to r.) Dr. Aaron fcfc] surgeon, who has beea i the Jewish Hospital ol | the University ot Ptsssp, E. M. Rlucatone, direetersft. fiore Hospital, New YsiJ chairman of the RMH University Mrdital K>!a| has supervised the pli work of the yooni Fil tors; and Dr. Abraham L_ cerned with cancer mcadl ology, has been stiiJTis|ij University. Dr. Andre i\ shown here), internal aai enlist, is doing meant si Hospital, Boston. Hotel Owners assocal annonnced this watksj S. Gordon, executin I I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And B. Sun Ir*i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vrknnln D" Milk "MUk Product*" Dacro Protea .*& TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vlait Our Farm it Ind ef Bird Rd. 4 Snacpsr Cr.sk Richard Allen Katz was a recent winner of a S200 senatorial i and house of representatives scholarship to any accredited college in Florida for teacher, training. He was selected by a committee from the Univers' ty of Florida and Florida State university on Jhe ^^ Q{ ex animations held in July. 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fcAY, AUGUST 29, 1947 *Jewlsiin€rkUar) PAGE ELEVEN ir Film Folk ward G. Robinson is really about having been signed hiversal-Intcrnational for the I of the father in the film j>n of Arthur Miller's Broad[play, "All My Sons," which Ited to go before the cameras kober. The play, which won [Critics Circle Award, has running in New York since ary 29 and is considered one Jje top dramas of the year. Ig Reis, who did such a grand in Cary Grant's "The Bach[and the Bobby SoXer" will • • • rk Warner, executive pro|r of Warner Bros, studios, |rms my exclusive story ed in this column months with the announcement of pigning up of comedian Danny to a contract which calls |the star's appearance in five Ser pictures within the next years. story has been selected for ny's first, but the studio head bunced plans this week to line [important story properties. ia Fine (Mrs. Danny Kaye) |also been signed to a Warner ract and will be associate jlucer of Kaye's pictures. • • • rryl F. Zanuck, 20th Cenf-Fox production chief, who planned to leave late this 11 h for Europe, this week |ed off the trip in order to pd the completion of "Gentlefs Agreement" so that it can given a November release, ksing on the film, which is puck's only personally proed feature for 1947, will be and up this week, two weeks me schedule. Zanuck will ervisc the editing and scoring irell as handling and revisions |idc d upon as a result of audircactions at the sneak prets. • • • fcra Stone and Paul Muni did |comedy sketch on "We, the pple" the other day. It was first time the two had met te Stone interviewed Muni for school paper in Philadelphia liy years ago. Muni advised at the time that the best fining for an actor was to play try possible role. "So I wound playing 'Henry' in 'The AidFamily* for 10 years,'.' Stone him. • • frank Loesser, top Paramount composer, has turned his new tune, "Keep Your Eyes in the Sky," over to the U. S. Army. The song, introduced recently on Dorothy Lamour's new Army recruiting pi'ogram, "Front and Center" (NBC), will remain unpublished and in the hands of the Army. Frankie, if you will j recall, hit the jackpot with "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." • • • Ingrid Bergman's suit of armor, to be worn in "Joan of Lorraine," is going through daily rehearsals, with a live mail-clad dummy walking around the studio lot, followed by a special effects technician, armed with a screwdriver and an oil can. The idea is to remove the squeaks lest they interfere with the dialogue in the picture. The armor weighs 21 pounds. • • Georgie Jessel's new contract as a producer at 20th Century-Fox will give him six months off each year. When Jessel isn't making such films as "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," his current musical, or "Nightmare Alley," his present melodrama with a carnival background starring Tyrone Power, he will write books, play theatres and night clubs as a master of ceremonies and work on the screen play of his biography, "So Help Me." • • Georgie found that he was losing money by spending the entire year producing. Right now he has a stack of offers at $5,000 a week for his services as one of the nation's top humorists. Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk chorus are welcoming back their director, Louis Poweslcy, who has been on vacation. While away. Mr. Powesky visited other choruses on the east coast and interested them in the Jewish Music Alliance. Firtl social event of the chorus this season will be an all-day picnic at Greynolds park on Sept. 7. The public is invited. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivi your roof repaired now; you will iav* on %  now roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 t. W. and Avunui I'HONI 4-6860 GLASS FOR EVERY y PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLAS [Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. St G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8h St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER A well-paid job for you in the Army ******* If you recent high school graduates can measure up to the high standards for enlistment, there's a mighty good Job watting for you In the Regular Army. In addition to a Private's starting pay of $75 a month, you get food, clothing, housing, medical care, low-cost Insurance and income tax exemption, all of which would cost a civilian more than $1500 annually. You also get an exceptionally liberal retirement plan — half pay for life after 30 years' service, and on up to three-quarters pay after 30 years' service. Adding It all up, you'll be better off financially than a civilian making $3000 a year I And you'll have sound technical training, travel, the satisfaction of doing a worth-while Job and the companionship of a fine group of men besides! Get the full facts today at your nearest Tj. 8. Army Recruiting Station. A GOOD IOB FOR 10V U. S. Army CMOOSF THIS FINE. PHOftSSION NOWI U. S. POST OFFICE ROOMS 302-303 Shown above is Joseph A. Malek, who will act as cantor for the High Holy Days services, which will be conducted by Rabbi Albert Michels at the Woman's club in Coral Gables under the auspices of the Coral Gables Jewish center. Mr. Malek is a student at the law school of the University of Miami. • Restricted' Hotel Under New Policy Formerly "restricted," the New Surf hotel on the ocean at 89th St., Surfside, Miami Beach, has been taken over by a Cleveland group with Charles C. Goldberg as managing director. According to Goldberg, the 100-room year 'round structure in operation three years has been leased for 30 years with a minimum guarantee in excess of $1,000,000. The New Surf has a spacious penthouse, 12 deluxe sun deck cabanas, private bathing beach, solarium, a tropical patio for dancing, shuffleboard and other entertainment as well as a dining room and the intimate Showboat cocktail lounge. The dining room and cocktail leunge are already proving popular among a growing number of Miami and Miami Beach socialites and civic leaders, it was pointed out by Goldberg. Prominent in Cleveland hotel, restaurant and entertainment fields during the last 15 years, Goldberg has been the owneroperator of a number of Greater Cleveland establishments including the Bartler hotel in Monroeville, the Hawley House hotel, Zombie club, Pasadena grill and the Skillet restaurant. Members of Masada and Junior Hadassah will gather in Orlando on Oct. 4 and 5 to participate in the first annual Florida stale young Zionists conclave. Cities expected to be represented are Tampa, St. Petersburg, Miami, Miami Beach, Orlando and Daytona. Morris, Wetstein Join Boy Scout Troop 6 Melvin Morris and Merton Wetstein have become affiliated with Troop 6 of the Boy Scouts in the capacities of assistant scoutmaster and junior assistant scoutmaster, respectively, Scoutmaster Nat Gans announced this week. The troop has resumed activities for the coming season and is looking forward to a three-day camporee in October. The new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Effronson, 1525 S. W. 18th St.. born Friday morning, Aug. 22, at the St. Francis hospital, will be named Saturday morning in the main auditorium of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. 1101 S. W. 121h ave., during regular Saturday services. All friends are invited to attend. AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS Plans for a National Jewish War Veterans essay contest to be held next month will be carried out through local and state headquarters, Eddie Levine. chairman of the Miami post committee, announced this week. Assisting him are Col. Michael Isenberg and Imrich Eichenbaum. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Tho Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Will Conduct Services at SHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Seating Committee in Attendance SUNDAY 10 A.M. to Noon DAILY 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. THIN TRY 0ne-A-Day (• %  AND) Vitamins 0t a package of genuine ONEA-D AT (brand) Multiple vitamin capsules. They cost only $2.00. Take one tach day for 00 days. If you are not entirtly satisfied, return th empty package to your druggist and he will refund your money. Remember, vitamins help keep your energy, nerve* and digestion up to par. Money back 1/ not delighted. Ask your druggist for genuine ONB-A-DAT (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made by Miles Laboratories. Look for the figure "1" on the blue package. ONEW DAY MULTIPLE VITAMIN CAPSULES / Make Dreams Come True See Us If You Plan To Buy, Ruild Or Refinance Your Home HOME LOANS TAILOR-MADE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS RESOURCES MORE THAN $18,000,000.00 iiiiiii&r I>AI>K FEItELUL gk&fap* atut/ixm i/Ut&ctafion. cfTfomt FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. LIPTON. PretWtnt I Pi I



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-I -1 I FRIDAY, AUGUST Mi LIVES OF OUR TIMES MEmmM^mjmsMi^ r^.4 %, NORMAN .„< V3{ ||Q ^ THI MAM WHO WAS CAUED THE FI6HTIN6 IIOM Of ZI0HISM7 AHD WHO WAS TO PlAY SUCH A 6RIAT MMJ IH THl UFl OF HIS lUOVn PAUSTINI.WAS BORN W %  "'"• M H*#* USSISHKIN. A WIU-IOUCAT 0 YOUTH WAS DKPLY IMPRtSStD 6Y THl DECREES. IMBUID WITH IUI.HI KTABWHID A BRANCH Of CHOVEVI-ZIOH(LOVIRS 01 BON) IN MOSCOW. HIS ONE PURPOSE WAS TO BECOME A PAIESTINIAM PIONEER/ IN 1910,USSISHKIN SETTLED IN PALESTINE. TWO YEARS LATER, HE BECAME PRESIDENT Of THE JEWISH NATION* I fUND. UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP. MORE THAN 400,000 OUNAMS (100,000 ACRES) Of LAND WERE BOUGHT, AMD THE VWlfYS OF 7EBULUM, JEZREEL, AND UPPER 6AUUE WERE REDEEMED. 7^889, HE JOINED FORCES WITH AH AD-HUM TO UNIfY Ml ATTEMPTS AT COlONUATION.fOUR YEARS LATER. AT THE A6E OF SB, HE MADE HIS FIRST VISIT TO PALESTINE/ | SHORTLY MTER HIS RETURH. HI liCAME A MEMBER Of THE IIRST /WHIST C0N6RESS.AHD AS HIS BASIC PWNCIPIE. APVOCATEO ACTIVE AND IMMEDIATE SUPPORT FOR THE JEWISH PIONEERS. USSISHKIN BELIEVED IN HEMEW SO DEEPLY AS A LIVE,VIBRANT lAltUAil THAT HE SAVE THE FIRST HEBREW ADDRESS, AS SPOKESMAN (OR TIE JEWS, BEFORE A DIPLOMATIC UUHJfTW PARIS PEACE CONKMKl AFTtl TW FIRST WOULD WAR.' TO RAISE THE KJCESSARY EL'HDS.USSISHKIN TOURED EUROPE THE U.S. AND CANADA.GRATEFUL JEWRY HONORED HIS 74"i BIRTHDAY IN 1938 BY ESTABLISHING A COLONY IN HIS NAME IN PALESTINE. ,„ .,41 AT THE A6E Of DEATH CUT SHORT HIS WORK AL JEWISH ACTIVITY CEASED IN JERUSALEM DURIN6 HIS Mm AND P.OUEERS FROM Ml PARTS Of PALESTINE SHED* THE FUN WHO HAD SIVEN THEM A NEW USSISHKIN'S ARCHIVES WERE EMU TO THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ATOP MT. SCOPUS IN JERUSALEM, WHERE THEY STAND AS A CONSTANT REMINDER Of THE TIRELESS EHIRBT AND DEVOTION Of A MEAT ZIONIST LEADER -Jews In Sports Manager Fred Zusi of the Bloomficld (N. J.) Cardinals has announced that Jack Roscnthal, captain of the University of Pennsylvania football team in 1944. has signed with the Cardinals. Last year the Bloomficld franchise was held by Newark in the American Association Football loop. • • • Detroit is running a quarter of a million paid admittances behind last year. Those who know claim that the departure of Hank Greenberg was responsible for the attendance drop. With Hank in the lineup the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates have already established a new attendance record. In last position a good part of the season and the Bucs have passed the million mark in attendance. • • • New York baseball fans pre1 Greenberg with a day at the Polo Grounds Saturday, Aug. 23. Hank stipulated that under no circumstances would he accept cash presents from his well-wishers. The big slugger asked that all monies collected for him should be turned over to a fund for the handicapped, an organization set up to handle the affairs of civilian and military personnel unable to provide for themselves. Bugle Corps Calls Former Members All former members of the I Greater Miami Boys Drum and i Bugle Corps, originally the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce Boys Drum Corps, an quested to communicate with Robert T. Fennell, commandant, for the purpose of organizin ''alumni ass iciati m" of the i Announcing plans for the formation of a group of graduates of the corps. Mr. Fennel! said its purposes would be largely social. to promote monthly dances, picnics and other parties. At the same time, he pointed out. the influence of past members n iw engaged in adult activities would be beneficial to the present members. Since its founding 17 yi the Boys Drum and Bugle C [has been awarded many scl ships for its members to attend colleges and uni\ The thorough musical training of boys qualities them for enl school and college bands, orchestras and other musical organizations. Former members of the ; 'who are interested in joining the new social group of alumni are urged to write Mr. Fennell at 1633 duPont bldg.. Miami, giving their present addresses and ph.me numbers. James Donn, president of the Gulfstream Park Racing association, today announced the appointment of W. R. "Duke" Dahlstrom Jo the post of racing secretary for the coming Dec. 1-Jan. 15 meeting. He replaces Emmeli A. Hileman, who served during the three seasons since the revival of the sport at the course, and who steps down from his niche because of ill health. Dr. Irving L. Alberts, Miami Beach, was appointed city physician by the Miami Beach city council this week. Life Inauranc* Eitatei Author tatively Programmed NAT G A N S Metrop olitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscoyne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th ft Miami Beach And for your convenience Morns Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarhtr St.. Miami Get Oil the Mteatvn Traek TWO BLOCKS from N. W. 27th Are., at the Corner of N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St YOU'LL FIND MUSA ISLE HOME OF THE SEMINOLE INDIANS IF IT RAINS YOU WONT GET WET — ALLIGATOR WRESTLING PIT UNDEH COVER — EXHIBITION EVERY HOUR. EVERY DAY Drir* Out or Take Yaehl Seminole Queen Pier 6. or City Bui 35 / TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN AUGUST BROS ft V £ U RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 29, 1947

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
20NUMBER 35
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ips Carrying Refugees Dock At Gibraltar;
;ency Counsel Serves Habeas Corpus Writ
lips Stop To RecoaI;
:fugees Restricted
ON (JTA)The three British ships returning the 4,400
sfugees to Germany reached Gibraltar Tuesday and
jtely started recoaling for their journey to Hamburg,
juter correspondent on board the Runnymede Park, one
hips, cabled "the tension of the long odyssey is begin-
kay the immigrants' nerves." He also reports that mem-
(the British crew are "fed up" and several plan to quit
-----------------------------$>the ship at Hamburg. Meanwhile,
t
;i To Handle
Problem
I. S. State Dept.
pNGTON (JTA)In, a
ty shift announced at the
louse, Ugo Carusi, com-
|r of immigration and
ration of the department
jce, is being transferred
late department to handle
placed persons as special
(assistant secretary-desig-
parles E. Saltzman.
In B. Miller succeeds Ca-
thead of the immigration
1 having just resigned for
rpose as federal security
irator. Miller will be re-
ly Oscar R. Ewing, former
Bi: r; ..-in of the Democratic
committee and New
iwyer.
most important work
^tate department will be
a complete survey of all
bf President Truman's im-
Jj)r directive of Dec. 22,
^hite House press secre-
taries G. Ross said. A
the IRO will also be
Carusi, who is expected
id considerable time in
and South America in
ntinued on Page 8)
the ministry of transport denied
reports that the crew of the Ocean
Vigor had refused to sail the ship
from Gibraltar.
The already miserable condi-
tions on board the ships were
worsened by dense clouds of coal
dust that covered the vessel's
decks. According to the corres-
pondent, the refugees were being
restricted to the holds and the
wired deck cages while the re-
fuelling was proceeding. He said
that heavy troop reinforcements
had sealed off the docks.
In what was apparently a move
to forestall any legal action to
free the deportees while they are
at Gibraltar, the government of
the Rock issued a special admin>-
istrative decree declaring that all
persons aboard the ships were to
be legally detained for the period
they remained here.
A clash was narrowly averted
yesterday when the fingers of
one passenger were crushed by
troops closing a hatch. Several
of his younger comrades wanted
to retaliate, and the leaders ot
the refugees had difficulty in. re-
straining them.
An indication that the deport-
ees would not disembark peace-
fully at Hamburg, despite state-
ments to that effect by the com-
mander of the convoy, was given
(Continued on Page 4)
ida Convention Leaders Announce
fities for S. E. Regional Conclave
l the arrival of Herman Popkin, director of the Southern
[Youth commission, and Israel Katz, vice president of the
festern Masada region, final plans and details are rapidly
Completed for the third annual convention of the South-
Masada region. The convention will take place during
fror Day week-end, with
fcigh hotel serving as con-
iheadquarters.
B George Shapiro, con-
[chairman, announces that
pon agenda will include
fcmphasis on the questions
|tziutand political action
je discussions being cen-
pund the American Jew-
h, and how they can best
>to in the program. Be-
lf the type of program
being planned, the con-
chairman has extended
fation to all young men
men between the ages of
|25 to attend the various
1 and meetings of the con-
Great Britain
Condemned
By Miamians
By CHARLOTTE KOTKIN
Jewish Floridian Staff
Despite protests from almost
every imaginable Jewish author-
ity and many prominent Chri-
stians to the British government
on its decision to deport the 4,400
Exodus refugees to British con-
trolled Hamburg, Germany, the
three' British transports set sail
this week from Port de Bouc,
France, where they had been in
harbor for almost a month.
The Jews have lived on board
the transports off the French
Mediterranean coast since they
were transferred from the block-
ade runner, Exodus 1947, at Haifa.
Tuesday the ships reached Gib-
raltar and immediately started
recoaling for their journey to
Hamburg. The already miserable
living conditions were aggravated
by the clouds of coal dust that
covered the decks of the vessels.
Although several of the immi-
grants had received immigration
certificates, they insisted upon
sailing with the others. There
are at least 50 pregnant women
aboard the ships, who expect to
give birth sometime during the
two-week voyage, and British
authorities denied permission for
Jewish nurses to accompany the
immigrants.
Refusing to land on any soil
other than that of Palestine, the
refugees earlier in the week re-
jected a British ultimatum to^land
in France or be deported. The
French government had offered
haven, provided the refugees
landed voluntarily. The govern-
ment of Denmark has offered a
temporary refuge to the Jews to
prevent their landing at Hamburg
and has offered Red Cross aid to
them when they do land.
Upon questioning several prom-
inent Zionist and Jewish leaders
in Miami, in regard to the "Ex-
odus 1947" incident, I became
well aware of the strong feelings
of disgust and open condemna-
tion which these persons express-
ed. Their statements follow.
Dr. David S. Andron, of the
Zionist Organization of America,
said:
"Until recently the Jewish peo-
ple have voiced an apology for
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will be a pre-registra-
fty for all delegates and
the patio of the Raleigh
Saturday at 2 p.m. At
I there will be an Oneg
in the hotel, which will
luded with a Havdalah
trning board meeting will
fntinued on Page 4)
UNSCOP SPLITS INTO 3 GROUPS
GENEVA (JTA)After almost three weeks of private, in-
formal exchanges of views on various aspects of the Palestine
problem, the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine split
into three working groups which will go further into the details
of the question and will present their views in writing. In addi-
tion to the three groups, which will consider federalization, a con-
stitution and boundaries, a sub-committee to study the question of
the Holy Places has been set up.
The members of the group which will work on federalization
are Iran, India and Yugoslavia. The delegates from Sweden,
Canada, the Netherlands and Guatemala will prepare a constitu-
tion for Palestine. The boundaries of possible Palestinian states
will be the province of representatives of Uruguay, Australia
and Czechoslovakia.
It is understood that the members of the constitutional and
boundaries sub-committees are those who favor partition. This
would tend to substantiate recent reports that UNSCOP is divided
eight to three in favor of partition as a final solution on the Pales-
tine issue.
Writ To Affect 4,400
'Exodus* Refugees
LONDON (JTA)A writ of habeas corpus, designed to pre-
vent the return to Germany of the 4,400 Exodus refugees was
served on Foreign Secretary Bevin and Colonial Secretary
Creech-Jones by D. N. Pritt, counsel for the Jewish Agency.
The writ will be argued in the high court. Although only six
------------------------------------------------^refugees are listed in the writ.
Decision On Palestine
May Be Postponed
ZURICH. Aug. 26.(JTA).
The Zionist movement mutt
face the fact that despite the
United Nations' desire to find
a prompt solution to the Pal-
estine problem, a final deci-
sion may be postponed for a
long time, Moshe Shertok, po-
litical chief of the Jewish
Agency, told the Zionist Ac-
tions committee, meeting here.
Shertok said thai although it
was difficult to forecast the
recommendations of the Unit-
ed Nations Special committee
on Palestine, a majority is
known to favor partition, with
a minority holding out for bi-
nationalism.
N. J. Bans Segregation
In Public Schools
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.
(JTA) An anti discrimination
clause which would ban segre-
gation in the New Jersey public
schools and militia was adopted
here at the State Constitutional
convention by a vote of 50 to 18.
The amendment will make New
Jersey the first state in the union
to include such a provision in
its charger.
it would affect all 4,400 granted.
London papers report that Air
Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, com-
mander of the British zone, has
ordered that the press be given
the fullest facilities to observe
the arrival of the deportees next
week, "in order to prevent mis-
representations of Britain's ac-
tions, such as were circulated in
France" when the prison ships
arrived at Port de Bouc.
Morgan Philips, secretary of
the Labor party, reiterated that
the government cannot permit
illegal immigration into Pales-
tine, in an interview appearing
in the French Socialist organ, Le
Populaire. Philips said that "we
do not believe that the Jewish
problem can be solved in Pales-
tine alone. There must be ab-
sorption of displaced persons by
other nations."
Max Seligman, Palestine at-
torney, who has represented
many of the extremists, said in
New York today that the ha-
beas corpus writ served yester-
day on Foreign Minister Bevin
and Colonial Minister Creech-
Jones should have been served
on the First Lord of the Admir-
alty, challenging the Royal
Navy's authority to transport
the refugees from French wat-
ers to Germany.
The Jewish agency this week
appealed to the members of the
United Nations to intervene with
the British government to reverse
its decision on the deportation of
the Exodus refugees to Germany.
(Continued on Page 4)
Louis Heiman to Head Miami Delegates
To 11th B'nai B'rith State Convention
Louis Heiman, president of District 5, B'nai B'rith, will head a
contingent of delegates from Greater Miami B'nai B'rith lodges
to the eleventh annual convention of the Florida State federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith lodges being held Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1 in
West Palm Beach.
More than 40 representatives from Sholem lodge, Miami
lodge, and Coral Gables lodge are
expected to attend the conclave.
Walter Kovner. president of the
Beach lodge; Sam Silver, Sholem
lodge president; Dr. Leonard
Glickstein, president of Coral
Cables lodge' and Harold Turk,
president of the B'nai B'rith
council of Greater Miami will
form the vanguard of the delega-
tion from this area. Represent-
atives from the 15 B'nai B'rith
lodges in the state of Florida are
expected to swell the total of
delegates to 500.
Business sessions have been
planned at convention headquar-
ters in the George Washington
hotel, according to Dave Katz,
convention chairman of Palm
Beach.
The convention program will
open Saturday night with a cock-
tail party given by the Palm
Beach lodge, with the women's
auxiliary as the convention hosts.
Official registration will begin
Sunday at nine a.m., at which
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Personally SpeaKin Periormed on Aug. is
Mr. cmd Mm Morn* 3e:::>: and chUdren Joy ^r./;^
recently left by ccr tor California Mule there they an .....
in Irs Ar.ce.es
Dabij Parade
k the Plankinton house rt Roeenbaums-len
tc visit the Eli Lillj and Acre", laboratories a j--------P

Beach, have been spending the summer is Sew ::..-:
.- expect tc return tc this srec 5= Sent :
rtain si a cc :ica- party cc
rence :r::r Islm = N V on the xccsion :: tne ==f-=J \
: ent of the c4 h aaugnte: .:-- fle ; ----- ^^
xiore Ease :: Woodmere Long Aana., Mrs Beat J ---- vN
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been sfudyinc !o: a master 5 c^cr^e
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I -y:- expect to make their permanent home The Newman*
.ar.ed this week from Chiccrr where they spent twe wee^s.
time with Mrs Sladstene on be: birthday
Saul .
three-week

acation in 7ndaaelrn.c and New York
A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Gluck. 247 Palm
eve., Miami Beach, on July 22
Mark Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Goldberg.
"54 S. W. 15th St., arrived July
24 Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Levine, 55 S. W. 31st rd., an-
nounce the birth of a son. Robert
Leslie, on July 23 Marvin
fheodore, son of Mr. and Mrs.
i.dr.ey Kaplan. 385 N. W. Sec-
ond ave., was born July 24 .
A son, Jay Charles, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cherniak,
753 S. W. Third St.. on July 27
. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Siden,
1727 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, announce the arrival of 01 v ,
c son. Edward Joel, on Aug. 5 Shirley Kahn to Wej|
... A daughter, Madeline Bon- Savannah Man In (
nie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. .
A. Jesse Blum. 3631 N. W. 13th lh*'\; ;<*,
ave.. on Aug. 4 Carol Jane. Miss s Kahn daw
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cor- Mr and M Ralph k"
.-.ell Cowan. 48 Carlisle dr.. Mi- S V.' Sixt to MJi j
Beach, arrived July 26 son of Mi Mrs Josspfcl
Mr and Mrs. Ivan Fisher. 1859 &
N. W. 20th ave., are announc- A & the fatal
: the birth of a son, George Temple Beth Sholom. tl*?
S 1 at Jackson Memorial hos- eIect luateoflBd
: I itol on Aug. 26. Maternal "* "iah"'?o1-M"
----- r 1 j .* tended schools in Savanna
.aporents are Mr. and Mrs Se,v,d ur f*
:-: ..,::y Bolotin. and paternal AAF in the European iha
Schwart ..-rar.cparents are Mr. and Mrs.! An October wedding j
M Morris Fisher ... A son was : ,upie
born to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Opt- |_________
ner Long Island, N. Y., on Aug.
' 28. Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S. W.
42nd ter., is the paternal grand-
er.
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A student at Miami ztz:- High school see v.... leave this week "
Mr. -: Mrs Sidney Letccur 111 S. W. S>.h rd >._. return
I ;rth While there they visited Lake Champlain C;-;;r
n of 1
Mrs. Leon Pollack and Mr.
Ben Kandel provided the trans-
portation for residents of the
Jewish Home for the Aged
Wednesday night when they
attended the Tower theatre as
part of the regular weekly ac-
tivities.
Mr. Al Retslcin, formed
New York City, has
acquired ownership ol
Hotel Pierce, 169 N. LI
tt.. and completed em
improvements.

a week's vacation -r. Jacjcsonv_e : .z.

Mr Jean Silverman 1923 S W 23rd :ei and daughter Inc
::;ed :h:s week ^::r: z- ex:eniri vecation with relatives b
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Mr. and "rs :;n:e: G. Sa:.n left this week for = vacation in '.?.:.
C:nner:i:u: where they will attend the wedding :: M: Satin's
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i-Lundy Nuptials
Held Sunday
ng ceremony of Miss Son-
kis, daughter of Mr. and
Lthan Gulkis, 1944 S.W.
|, and Jerome Lundy, son
Tind Mrs. Michael Lundy,
tnnsylvania ave., Miami
[will take place Sunday
Floridian hotel, Miami
[at 5 p.m. A dinner for
Mediate family will be held
otel at 7 p.m., and a recep-
[fl be held at 9 p.m. at the
|Norma Schwartz will be
honor, and Miss Lucille
irill be bridesmaid. Leon
I will be best man for his
Gulkis is a graduate of
Senior High school and is
:er of Tau Alpha Omega
lorority. Mr. Lundy was
led from Miami Beach
hool.
a honeymoon trip to New
La., the couple will make
ime on Miami Beach,
if-town guests for the wed.
iclude Mr. and Mrs. B.
iter and their sons. Judah
nuel, of New York City.
lour S. Rosenbergs
fows On Aug. 24
iage ceremony of Miss
i. Blackstone, daughter of
amuel Blackstone, Wal-
Mass.. and Seymour S.
erg, son of Mrs. Goldie
g, 2295 S. W. Ninth St.,
: ice Monday, Aug. 24, at
ne of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rabbi Moses Me^holoff
intor Maurice Mamches of-
d nt the 1:30 p m. ceremony.
was followed by a recep-
tor Morris Apner was matron
^f. r, and Morris Apner was
i..n
bride was a member of the
.A. and USO of Waltham
osenberg is a member of
sr-ayne Bay Masonic lodge
24, F. & A. M.. and the
Consistory, Scottish Rite
r a honeymoon in Cuba,
buple will make their home
5 S. W. Ninth st.
|-of-town guests for the
)g included Mrs. Mary Her-
rtd Mrs. S. Chassin. of Pen-
11a.. and Miss Helen Crys-
d Murray Rosenberg, of
'ock City.
Edelson, Freeman Rites
Performed Sunday
Honeymooning in North Caro-
lina are Mr. and Mrs. William Jos-
eph Freeman after a 4 p.m. marri-
age ritual, which was performed
Sunday by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman in the Robert Richter
hotel. A dinner in. the hotel fol-
lowed the ceremony.
The bride, the former Dorothy
foyce Edelson, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson,
!054 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach.
Mr. Freeman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin G. Freeman, of
Miami Beach and Reading, Pa.
JEWISH CALENDAR
1947
Roth Hashanah ............................
................Mon.. Tues., Sept. 15-16
Fast of Gedaliah Wed.. Sept. 17
Yom Kippur...........Wed.. Sept. 24
Sukkoi 1st day Mon.. Sept. 29
Hosha'nah R abba h Sun.. Oct. 5
Shemini Axeret Mon., Oct. 6
Simhat Torah ............Tues.. Oct. 7
Charlotte Blumberg
Engaged to N. J. Man
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg.
1235 S. W. 19th ter., will formally
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Charlotte, to Stanley
Fried, Elizabeth, N. J.. at an en-
gagement party at the Kingsley
Arms hotel, Asbury Park, N. J.,
on Sunday.
Charlotte, a graduate of Miami
Senior High school, will enter
Northwestern university, Evans-
ton, 111., this fall. Mr. Fried is
now a dental student.
Maid of Honor Fetes
Bride-elect With Shower
Miss Arlene Rose was feicd at
a shower given her by her maid
of honor, Miss Gladys Tepper at
her home, 1221 Collins ave., Miami
Beach, Wednesday evening.
Present were the Misses Doris
Albin, Celia Dobrin, Jackie
Drosd, Roz Drosd, Anita Kessler,
Beverly Raphael, Roz Worth,
Winnie Epstein, Elarose Rogow,
Dorothy Sussman, Esther Shim-
mel, Lucille Yagoda, Shirley
Pardo, Mickey Dobrin, Florence i
Hildebrant, Bobby Heyman, Caro-1
line Shultz, Evelyn Herstein,
Sonia Zias, Hilda Schwartz, Mrs. j
Lillian Rose, bride's mother; Mrs.:
David Rome, bridegroom's moth-1
er; Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Junior !
Hadassah senior advisor.
Miss Rose will be married Sat-'
urday evening at the Floridian
hotel.
August bros nYr
' la the BBSTt
Beach League to Give
Legal Aid to Visitors
A committee to organize a "Big
Brother Plan" to aid young visit-
ors to Miami Beach during the
coming season is being formed
by the Civic league.
The plan which is being advo-
cated by Peace Justice Kenneth
Oka would offer legal aid and
social welfare services to young
men and women needing such
services.
Aug. 30 has been set as "Civic
League Night" at th^ "pop" con-
cert in Flamingo park.
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bodice and full skirt which fell
into a cathedral train, the bride
was atterded by Miss Barbara
Gordon and Miss Dorothy Gold-
stein as maids of honor. Miss
Gordon chose a gown of pink
satin and net with matching
headdress, while Miss Goldstein
wore a gown of blue taffeta.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High school and was
recently graduated cum laude
from the University of Miami.
She is a member of Rose chapter,
B*nai B'rith Young Women. Her
husband attended schools in
Pent sylvania.
Out-of-town guests for the
wedding included Mrs. S>. C. Lip-
tnan, Mrs. Morris Lipman, and
Mi's Rae Katzen. aunts of the
bride, all from Lancaster, Pa.;
and William Goldman, New York
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REVEREND
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Editorial
The Exodus Victims!
Counsel Serves Writ
l from Page 11
FRIDAY,
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
&uciy Gotv^Ulentid
(Copyright. 1W. Seven Art* F.tur. Syndlct,,
Bt phineas j. biron
Stop O'Donnell
Mr. John O'Donnell. of Patton incident fame, rides
He's brandishing the torch of prejudice with zest . You'll remember that a few columns ago we call
ncomiao]
fusees '"... ~
land have been proclaiming Britain as the bulwa
democracy. If that is their concept of democracy in a*-on.
their rise to power was one of England s cr.a the woi
trcgedies.
As we go to press the report! :- what the refugees
when they reach Germany are still me
end
not
upon, by action and conduct tc raise a moral issue tc its 3e-
served heights ever, in an Immoral world And they '... :o
so with the full consciousness '.-a-, retribution .s the krw ;:
history.
attention to an O'Donnell column about a forthc.
velt film ... On that occasion the New York"S'
columnist wrote about a dark conspiracy initiated andi
by Jewish big shots of Washington This time. al0(
Mr. O'Donnell "takes apart" the case of William Dudta")
., the notorious anti-Semite ... But to good old John of L
News, Pelley is "probably the best-known of publisher,,
a they reach Germany are still meager. But these men ;ra- pie hate Moscow and Roosevelt and Jewsso why wasi
women of courage are reeourcerul people u they would '- Pelley. that distinguished publisher, put in jail for hatT,
have survived the Hitler ovens They can be :: ^ly; most of "us" hate? That is the tone of O'Donnell'saL
- -
Welcome. >lasada!
Convening here '.his weekend will be the Southeastern
Region of Masada You.-.; I.onists of America. The ;_=?:
organization. Junior Hadassah will assist the local Mcsado
end Young Zionist groups in playing host Ic the visitors from
seven Southern states.
A program designed tc elaborate cr. ".he aims :: the organi-
zation, to instill additional enthusiasm nr.d encourage Mssada
leaders to secure mere participation ~:~ among its youth has
been prepared fcr the hundred delegates congregating here
The vital role young Americana will play in the coming
years cannot be over estimated. It is the youth that ... :::;
the task of carrying to fruition the ideals and aims :: Z.::-..;
and the establishment of a national Jewish commonwealth
That the job is not completed car. be seen from dcilv hscoen-
ings. Masada cr.d Its fellow workers n:e doing cooc :r .-
educating end preparing Jewish youth to assume that res.....;
bility.
, for one of America's most notorious hate peddlers"1"
|tor don't think that ODonneU's defense of Pelley was jus',
Ked those aberrations that the best of us may be subject toomy
Lifying the lifetime The day before he wrote the Pelley piea
......rk bring- net] wept a full column's worth of tears, bitter teen
- grants to Pales- (defendants in the mass sedition trial of 1942 ... He 4
them as "small people" who "had one thing in commt I
' *n;' They didn't like Roosevelt's foreign policy ... Most
.'; d trusted Pal Joey in Moscow" These two col
ODonneU's are an indication that the Jewish issue
of up in the forthcoming presidential election campaign'
political writers of the O'Donnell type are called to orde
'" F ch before the campaign hysteria sets in.
..-.. ted. |
5 Taft Doesn't Like Smith .
i j

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Masada Plans Voiced
Continued from Pige 1>
Ships Stop To Recoal
C..... P :
Senator Robert Taft. candidate for tenancy in
' the House at Washington, is very unhappy about the enda
litioned up-ihe got from Gerald L. K. Smith, the notorious anti-Sercis |
lir.g volui tar- Wntes the Senator: "I'm told that I have been called u
the fine man and a courageous statesman' by that persoa.
ted. ul jj0 not reciprocate these sentiments and do not
': ';'. ;ed proval from that source" Senator Taft's statementc
wide publicity, to which we are glad to contribute our It
Heiman Heads Delegates
Page I
:' West Palm
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i convention
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place in the Harfenist r:;- v,.r.
".:..-.: evening. Mr -; _-
: S:rr..T.h-ff. co-cha:rma.-.

Miseellany
The book of Jewish heroes is in preparation.. .It
present the full story of Jewish anti-Fascist underground f
in World War II More about this qreat project lak I
~ 7.:..-:-. :-: :-.,: ': is not true ^at the film version of "Gentlemen's Agreed
will underplay the anti-Semitic theme We're inform^
the movie script is stronger than the book Maurice!
Im Beach, will
n the cor.ven-
ity. and | the eminent Jewish actor, is busily trying to organize ml
briefly discuss the cur-
Law Review Endorses
Racial Bias Legislation
mstitut: -s -; .
contained in i
U Will pre; -; Greet:-;;
will be heard from Mayor Mar;:;
nan Mr S. A. Gooc
chairman of the : ;;1 Zionist
' ) : mission and th : --
venti n chairman The highlight
: this session *:.. : th<
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given by the regi rial
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take r:a;e Sun-
day morning, a luncheon is
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being used that the Haganah now insists on providing a
bodyguard for the Zionist leader ... The World Jeriil
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Hubermcn, the great violinist and conductor W
knew Huberman are aware that he cherished the work I
World Jewish Congress above all.
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* Jewish fhridlJan
PAGE FIVE
lians Condemn
Britain Action
|on tinned from Page 1)
minority. Today Great
is placed in that position
of its inhuman act, (Ex-
[47) of apologizing and de-
not the act of a minor-
Ct of the representative la-
Jvernment of England,
der the names of law, or-
[and humanity, England
eH thousands of poor and
fceless refugees into crowded
(and returned them to the
iell from which they sought
|ape. This act is ostensibly
Great Britain justifies as
fence to its international
fitments.
ider the mandate England
vorn to facilitate immigra-
nt Jews into Palestine. In-
they ripped the Jewish
Jrtion. from the very shores
Ufa and sent them on global
rings.
fis is hardly the facilitation
nigration of our people into
fcoly Land. These acts de-
the condemnation of the
civilized world."
ris Klass, executive direc-
the Greater Miami Jewish
Ration, stated:
) long as immigration into
line is controlled by any
ps other than the Jewish
punities, such acts as the 'Ex-
fl947' will crop up. At pres-
fcncland is carrying out cer-
Trneasures in its control of
Mine which are being con-
fed by many persons all over
ivorld; however, in spite of
nhumane methods which are
, used by England, I feel
[she is doing what she be-
lt is right in this case. From
Jewish point of view, the in-
Iption of vessels on the high
lean only be considered as
and contrary to interna-
.. maritime law.
[do not believe that England
|1 [into Palestine; in fact, I do
Relieve that anyone, not even
United Nations, should have
fo\ of Jewish immigration,
; it be the Jewish commu-
themselvcs. In this case,
;ONTBOL
fV.e RU Roaches
f^l 34848
immigration would be restricted
solely upon the basis of capacity.
"England has not placed any
restrictions on the immigration
of Arabs into Palestine and there,
fore has no legal or moral right
to do that with the Jews."
S. A. Goodman, chairman of
the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission, declared:
"The latest action of the Brit-
ish government in sending the
Exodus 1947' refugees back to
Germany showed complete de-
terioration in any regard for hu-
mane concepts and total disre-
gard for every law of humanity
and its obligations under its man-
date. This action should there-
fore prove at this time to all Jew-
ish leaders of the world, and
especially of America, that 'you
cannot do any business with the
Bevins of Britain,' just as you
could not do any business with
the Hitlers of Germany.
"It is worthwhile noting at this
time that President Theodore
Roosevelt severed diplomatic re-
lations with the Russian govern-
ment for their persecution of the
Jews. Therefore, in this era of
the Four Freedoms and the Atlan-
tic Charter, we should expect our
government of today to take a
more positive stand in the solv-
ing of the problems of today and
not just give us lip-service around
election time.
"It is inherent in the American
people to be imbued with a spirit
of helpfulness toward any other
people fighting for freedom, and
I say that by proper presentation
to them of our just claims, we
can look for and find a better
understanding of the Jewish
problem from the American peo-
ple and peoples all over the
world."
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
local attorney and president of the
Conference of Women's Organiza-
tions of Greater Miami, said:
"I feel horrified to learn that
the present government of Great
Britain should be so vindictive
as to punish these innocent vic-
tims of Nazism by sending them
back to Germany. Great Britain
herself is certainly adopting Nazi
methods in her treatment of the
Jews.
"The punishment which is be-
ing meted out is beyond what is
necessary and is another black
mark on Great Britain. This is
additional evidence that the pres-
ent English government is imma-
ture and incompetent."
Herman Popkin, director of the
Southern Zionist Youth commis-
sion, who is in Miami this week
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Mescheloff Returns
After Study In N. Y.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Beth
Jacob Congregation, returned
last week after a seven-week
stay in New York City, where he
attended the Harry Fischel post-
graduate school of Yeshiva uni-
versity. He also attended semi-
nars in the field of public rela-
tions at the university. Rabbi
Mescheloff is completing his
studies for a degree of doctor of
Hebrew letters.
to attend the Masada Southeast-
ern regional convention, said:
"The incident of the 'Exodus
1947' is a challenge to every Jew
in America to fight for the rights
if our peoplethe rights of every
group to work out their own
destinies in a world dedicated to
peace and to freedom.
"The Jewish people of the Exo-
dus are a symbol of our times,
and their plight is a black mark
on the honor and integrity of
Englandan England which
helped to win a war against a
government which would whole-
heartedly approve the Exodus
incident.
"We freedom-loving peoples of
America must continue our fight
for a Jewish homeland, for a free
world everywhere so that the
Jews who want to go to Palestine
to remake their lives may do so
with honor and dignity in ships
flying their own flags.
"I strongly urge everyone to
write letters to their newspaper
editors condemning the 'Exodus
1947' incident and calling upon
the American people for material
support."
The wave of protests which
have been expressed openly since
the announcement by Britain of
her deportation plans leads me
to believe that the "Exodus 1947"
incident perhaps will be the
"straw that broke the camel's
back" and will be the long over-
due stimulation for action on the
Jewish problem by authoritative
officials.
ri:i.so\ai.lv speaking
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach Jewish Center, and
family have returned from Highmount, N. Y., where they spent
the summer with Mrs. Lehrman's parents. While in New York,
Rabbi Lehrman attended summer sessions of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America and was a delegate to the Zionist
convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold, 737 Espanola way, Miami Beach,
have returned from a five-week trip in the North.
Mrs. G. Weiner and family, 2901 S. W. 15th st., have returned
to Miami after spending a summer vacation in Hendeisonville,
N.C.
Miss Trudi Lach, daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lach, 574 N. E.
94th st., is vacationing at the South Seas hotel, Miami Beach, as
a guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. Kagen. of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Panetz, 1544 S. W. Sixth st., have
returned from a three-week vacation in New York and the New
England states. The Panetzes' daughter, Bernice, has returned
after attending the summer sessions of the Neuro-psychiatric
institute at the Yale university graduate medical school. New
Haven, Conn.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kogos, 814 Michigan ave., Miami Beach,
have returned after spending two months in New York, Boston
and other northern cities.
Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Machtei, 1450 S. W. 17th ter., and
daughter, Naomi, have returned from a three-week vacation and
business trip in the North. They visited New York City, Yonk-
ers, Long Island, and Connecticut. Naomi also spent some
time at the Alamac Country club in Woodridge, N. Y. She
plans to leave Sept. 16 for Tallahassee, where she will enter
Florida State university as a freshman.
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Y to Sponsor
il Labor Day Dance
annual free Labor Day
Sponsored by the Miami
|d V.V.'.H.A. will be given
I Sept. 1. from 8 to 11 p.m.
Miami Y building. The
dance will feature Crusty
Id's orchestra and a jitter-
waltz contest. Seymour
i, i man of the Y social
jee, is in charge of ar-
ems.
Bnce will be preceded by
led tours of the new Y
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)EMY TO HOLD
)AY SERVICES
ces for the High Holy Days
conducted at the Greater
Hebrew academy, 918
kt.. Miami Beach, by Cantor
Jtw<'! sky,
ces for Rosh Hashona will
lace Sunday evening, Sept.
Id Monday and Tuesday,
15 and 16. Yom Kippur ser-
Ivvll be hrld Tuesday eve-
pt, 23 ard all day Wed-
I Sept. 24.
tc may bo secured at the
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
i 7 to 10 p.m. daily.
ie Koven Chooses
mber Wedding Date
^ouncement of the engage-
of their daughter, Diane
to Graham Fried is being
I this week by Mr. and Mrs.
Ice H. Koven, 1615 Country
iPrado, Coral Gables. Mr.
I is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fried. Crompond, N. Y.
hride-elect, a graduate of
Bar school, is now a student
University of Miami. Mr.
Jis also a student at the uni-
Jfa, where he is a member of
Sim lor. Pi fraternity. He
for three years in the Coast
couple has set Dec. 21st as
Ste for their marriage.
Hyman to Say Vows
3 In New York City
and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman,
It iyal Palm ave., Miami
are announcing the ap-
ling marriage of their
r Rita, to Leslie T. Buk-
The ceremony will take
Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the
man Towers hotel, New York
Mil sad a Convvntiim Heads Confer
Private Rites Join Couple Obituary
Mr. Jack Scharf and Miss Rita
Shapiro of Brooklyn, N. Y., were
married at a wedding ceremony at
the Beth Jacob synagogue, Miami
Beach, Sunday, Aug. 24, in tne
presence of the bride's uncle, Mr.
Leoi.ard Weisberg, and a limited
group of friends.
The ceremony was conducted
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, as-
sisted by Cantor Louis D. Feder.
TRAGER
Herman Trager, 76, 753 N. W. 22nd
Ot, paned away on Augr. 22. He was
a member dox Congregation and a founder of
^Vhaarei Zedek.
He is survived by hiH wife, n.Ttna:
four BODS, David, Joseph, ami .Samuel,
all of Miami, and Dr. Milton Tracer,
of Taransa fallf., and one daughter,
Sal-., of Miami.
Services were held on Aug. 22 at the
Palmer Funeral chapel, an was at Mt. -Neljo cemetery.
I
I
Pictured (left to right) are Harold George Shapiro, convention
chairman; Samuel Rivkind, managing director of the Raleigh
hotel, which will serve as convention headquarters; Saul
Genet, president of the local Masada chapter.
Mercantile* Dank
Sets Record
A stock dividend of 900 per
cent has been declared by the
board of directors of Mercantile
National bank of Miami Beach,
it was disclosed. For many years
the bank has consistently paid
a six per cent annual dividend,
plus an extra dividend of 20
per cent, according to President
Edward Mercer, but this year's
dividend sets a record almost
unprecedented among the na-
tion's banks.
At the time of the 900 per
cent dividend, the bank's capital
was $100,000, its surplus account
was at $900,000, and its undivided
profits were 597,340.
Directors of the bank, besides
Mercer, Liberman and Kane, are
Sam Blank, Guy W. Ellis. George
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PAGE EIGHT
Carusi To Handle DP's
(Continued from Page I
the near future.
In appointing Miller a; the
new immigration commissioner.
President Truman wrote him
that "the conscience of the na-
tion has been moved by the
tragic plight" of the displaced
persons. "In recent conversa-
tions I have discussej. w::
and with other high officials,
continued the President, "the im-
portance of critical problems re-
lating to displaced persona whit
the country is facing." He point-
ed out that the Federal S<
agency, which Miller hi
dealt with many problems "sim-
ilar to those of displaced per-
sons.-'
The DP problem will be inten-
sively studied by five congres-
sional committees. The S
Sub-committee on immigration,
headed by Senator Chapman
Revercomt, will survey the DP
question as part of a general
study of immigration. The Arm-
ed Services committees of the
senate and house will visit Ger-
many and Austria ar.d investi-
gate DP conditions, among other
things. The Senate Appropria-
tions committee is sending mem-
bers abroad who will include DP
areas in their investigations. A
sub-committee of the House Com-
mittee on Foreign aid. headed by
Representative Christian Herter.
plans to visit DP camps in Ger-
many and Austria: and a sub-
committee of the House Foreign
Affairs committee, headed by
Representative James G. Pulton,
is leaving for Europe later this
month to study the IRO and
DP's.
Temple Beth Sholom
Makes Improvements
Impi
Of T.
that 1 -
kitchen!
The
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RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
FRIDAY.
Academy To Be Open
To Public, September 7
Introductory night for all mem.
bers and friends of the Greater
AUGUST ,,
ZURICH (JTaTT^
Actions committee m^-
Monday i^ed a call to2
refu* aboard
Exodus
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Eli Hurwits, director of Pen-
insular institute, announces that
fall term registration for classes
in the college level Pace course
in accountancy and business
administration and federal in-
come tax will open Sept. 2.
STOCK! 'TA
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
announces Ilia I tickets for llic
HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES
1101 S. W. 12th Avenue
WILL BE SOLD AT THE BUILDING
The Ticket Committee will be in the building to
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JACOB, 301-311 Washington .t...
Miami Beach. Rabb, Moses M-
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Fed.r.
nj M vices a: b.4o-
i'udos. Daily clas
Mondaj
iti n for H
., year
.-. 14 < n 4to 5 p.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid are.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
M .. g w p.m
Saturd services a)
i Hebrew academy will take i British Vessels returni
Mian
e Sunday night. Sept. 7.
Prominent speakers will ad-
dress the gathering, and there
will also be a musical program.
The regular school year will
! ,gin Monday, Sept. 8 and will
include classes through the first
five years of school and kinder-
garten groups for children from
four to five and one-half.
Germany to stand
firm
are
v...
admitted to p^
In
theE
sfl
CENTER TEACHER DIES
H B. Alper, teacher at the
Miami Beach Jewish center,
this week in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
ile visiting his daughter. He
t Talmud classes daily.
n f the Week. Ser-
, Saturd wed by a
ture on -The I
. Values." Daily serv-
30 a m Daily evening
' '
in Jewish Laws an I I
: M
Sale ol Holy
at the Synagogue
and 3 to 9 p.m.
.. 1521
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabb is, 6:30 p.m.
S via s Saturday, 8:30 a.m.
Students I i0:30 a.m.
: at 6:30 a.m :' II wed by
- S udos. Su:: edule
n th<
12 n n, Sale of .-
Hig H Ij Da
' to 9 |
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
6:30
p.m. Sabbath at 8:30
a.m.
Hebrew school daily, Mondav
if i rhursday, 9-12.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabolas Shabb .- servj e 7
Saturdaj g
n will -;>
Law."
': t Danii B wer,
' : M n : M J Bi
Edward Gn nl g, son uf
Mi and Mrs. Jess. .....g
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Daily services, 8 a.m and
1-12 a.m.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Di
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
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- >'' > IS P.m. and
Saturday m irning at 10.
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. : i at 8
: Sept. 15
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'Sunday, sept 14 Z
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Office open f, im g
pucai h -p
Rabbi D.rid Ra,b L'ud"d.
J** evening" servit.e fl
MIAMI BEACH
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.Jenlsli fkridTiajn
PAGE NINE
rid Groups
ill Officers
gements for the joint
i Bation of the officers
Kavid Sisterhood and
by;.l Parent-Teacher
W Kerc completed at a
|g of the groups held
The installation
111 be held Wednes-
Jat 12:30 p.m. at the
^^hainnan of the in-
( Mis. Harry Gordon.
Her Stiebel will be
eremonies; Mrs. Ben-
will install the of-
Irs. Bernard Sterling
of seating arrange-
grvutions are now be-
Mrs. S. B. Miller at
Irs. A. David Rayvis
fluiice Mamchcs will
rs. Harold Robin will
piano selections. Miss
__Ls will speak to the
ll.AV to Foster Syna-
fcdance by Young Peo-
Hir Parents."
Vf the Sisterhood to be
^^e Mrs. Norman D.
gidcnt; Mrs. Bernard
g$ Hsi vice president; Mrs.
Hust, second vice presi-
i Alexander Stiebel,
^fcresident; Mrs. Frank
Kording secretary; Mrs.
Br, corresponding sec-
B Harry Laufer, mem-
fc-etaiy; Mrs. A. David
Hjmcial secretary; Mrs.
Bycrs, treasurer; Mrs.
Hel, sergeant-at-arms,
Joseph J. Bermann,
hni of directors to be
eludes Mrs. Jack Aug-
Max Bergman, Mrs.
pn, Mrs. Louis Heiman,
Langner, Mrs. Sid-
rt, Mrs. S. B. Miller,
Markowitz and Mrs.
brig.
of the PTA to be in-
B Mrs. Max Feldman,
Mrs. Robert tchweit-
irtsident; Mrs. Moses
recording secretary;
(r Eichenbaum, corre-
[secretary, and Mrs.
'ust, treasurer. Mrs.
Hfcr will be honorary
of the board of di-
Mrs. Sam August,
^id Rayvis, Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Irving Rosen,
Davidow, Mrs. Abra-
Mrs. Edward Safer,
Be Mayers, Mrs. Moe
id Mrs. Larry Simpkin.
II
Jewish Quiz Box
QUESTION: What it the
significance of the "Kiddush"
on Friday night?
ANSWER: The Sabbath has a
special significance in the life of
the' Jewish people that sets it
above and apart from all the
other days of the week. The
Bible (Exodus 20:8) directed
special attention towards the
Sabbath by proclaiming: "Re-
member thou the day of the
Sabbath to sanctify it." From
this the Rabbis (Talmud Pesakim
106) deduced the fact that the
Sabbath was to be ushered in by
blessings as a means of sanctifi-
cation. The word "Kiddush"
means "sanctification."
QUESTION: What is the
content of the "Kiddush" lit-
urgy?
ANSWER: The content of the
"Kiddush" liturgy, which, in the
main, is comprised of special
blessings, views the Sabbath as a
dual reminder. The Sabbath is
considered a symbol of the crea-
tion after which the Almighty
proclaimed the seventh day as a
day of rest. For this reason the
portion of the Bible (Genesis)
which deals with her hallowing
of the Sabbath is prefixed to the
"Kiddush" blessings. Man, who
recites the "Kiddush," hence
testifies to the identity of the di-
vine Creator of the world. View-
ing the "Kiddush" as a matter of
testimony, he who chants it must
stand up, as a Jewish law re-
quires of any witness who ren-
ders testimony.
The content of the "Kiddush"
also regards the Sabbath as a
reminder of the Exodus from
Egypt. Having testified as to the
divine creation of the world it
follows that the world belongs to
God and hence no man has the
right to enslave his fellow man.
The element of freedom is char-
acterized by the Sabbath day
which renders all individuals free
from occupational obligations.
Hence, in sanctifying it, we con-
sider it as a reminder of the
Exodus which made the people
of Israel free. Freedom is thus
conceived as the essential ele-
ment of world existence.
Judge L Bandel
To Be Moderator
Of Shoiem Forum
Judge Louis Bandel will -act as
moderator at a "Town Hall
Forum," sponsored by Shoiem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, on the subject,
"What is the Solution to the Jew-
ish Displaced Persons Problem in
Europe?"
Scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 9,
at 8 p.m., at the Women's club,
the forum will feature commu-
nity figures and a representative
of the press. Harry Simonhoff,
well known student of Zionism;
Mrs. Max Dobrin, president of
the Greater Miami Board of Ha-
dassah chapters, and Henning
Heldt, political writer for the
Miami Herald, will comprise the
panel of speakers.
"The Town Hall Forum offers
an excellent opportunity for
audience and speakers alike to
exchange views on vital inter-
national problems," said Sidney
Aronovitz, Shoiem lodge chair-
man of the meeting. "It is the
desire of the Americanism and
Civic Affairs committee of the
lodge to present this involved
subject to the community at a
strictly educational and informa-
tive level. Only in this way can
we reach a possible solution of
the displaced persons problem,"
he stated.
The Town Hall meeting will be
conducted by Judge Bandel in
the usual mannereach of the
four speakers will present their
views in a 15-minute address,
after which the audience will be
invited to put questions to the
speakers.
The meeting is open to the
public.
'Towards Brotherhood" is
the subject chosen by Dr. An-
drew W. Gottschall, director of
the Miami Roundtable. Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
Jews, for his talk to members
of the Business and Profession-
al Women's club, Sept. 3.
Pictured above is Saul T. Von
Zamft, who was elected com-
mander of the Miami Beach
posl of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at a meeting last week.
Bris of Charles George, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lobof, was performed last Sun-
day at the home of Rabbi Sam-
uel Goodman. Rabbi L. Lehrer
officiated.
Jr. Congregation
First Services
To Be Held Sat.
Mr. Jack Stone, chairman of
the construction committee of the
Miami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation, has announced that
the new building now under con-
struction at 1101 S. W. 12th ave.,
has almost been completed.
Saturday services conducted by
Rabbi Simon April will be held
in the main auditorium of the
new building Saturday morning,
Aug. 30, at 9 a.m. All members
and friends are invited to attend
this first service to be held in the
new building.
Mr. Max Apfelbaum, chairman
of the ticket committee, states
that tickets for the High Holy
Days services will be sold at the
building beginning Sunday morn-
ing, Aug. 31st, from 10:30 am.
to noon, and in the evening, be-
ginning Monday, Sept. 1, from
7:30 to 10 p.m.
Registration for students in
the Hebrew school is now taking
olace at the office of Rabbi Simon
April, 1845 S. W. Ninth St., every
morning from 10 o'clock to noon.
Classes have already started and
additional information can be ob-
tained by calling 2-6346.
NEW
LOCATION
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S. JL Freed man
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beaclj
Between Collins & Wash. Aves.
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Also for Hebrew Schools.
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<<
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
ZIOS1ST TRESDS:
Some groups in the Zi -
movement would like to see Dr
Chaim Weizmann .is the principal
delegate of the Jewish Agency at
the forthcoming U.N gem:.
Bembly in September At-
tempts will, therefore, b mad<
at the Zionist Actions committee
now in session in Zurich, I
again the Weizmann issue It
must not be forgotten that while
the List Zionist Congress d I
lect Dr. Weizmann. the W
Zionist Organization is still with-
out a president Am<
Zionist leaders remain opposed to
Dr. Weizmann and will.
fore, oppose the efforts
friends at the Actions committee
to bring him back to leadership
. While Zionist groups are di-
vided on the WeiJtmann issue
they are all of the opinion that
America's stand at the I' N ,i>-
sembly is going i
importance in the U.N. delibera-
tions on the Palestine pi
. Active preparations are,
therefore, being made by '.:
ish Agency office in Was
for the UN. parley Inci-
dentally, the agency
Was:::ng: n is ...: ::,: '
tine government with ign
U X. call for a truce
investigation by the special U.N
committee on Palestine It
cites a number of facts to sub-
stantiate this charge Th ise
who had a chance to n
agency's communication cannot
help but come to the conclusion
that the British are not anxi ...-
to have peace in Palestine.

EVIL PLASS:
Increased anti-Jewish propa-
ganda can soon be expected
throughout the country Plans
to initiate such propaganda were
mapped out at a meeting in the
Hotel Pennsylvania in N't w Y : k
attended by more than a dozen
anti-Semitic agitators and pam-
phleteers including Gerald L. K.
Smith ... It seems that thes
plans are backed financially by
George W. Armstrong, the octo-
narian oil operator of Fort
W rth, Texas Armstrong is
reported to have sold his oil land
r.gs for S4.000.000 and to
have stated that he intends to
spend half of this sum for the
furtherance of a unified anti-
Semitic movement ... To ac-
complish this he intends to use a
special foundation whose charter,
on file at Austin. Texas, states
that it is established for charit-
able, patriotic and educational
purposes Armstrong's plan
envisages making "grants-in-aid"
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mrriiral irrhniqurs under two year
Hi l.i-- >h fellowships prior to relum-
ing lo the Yishuv as staff members of
II.i.l.i'-.Ii Hospital and faculty mem-
bers al the new Hebrew University-
llaclasrah Medical School for which
$1,000,000 is now being raised in this
country. (Standing, 1. to'r.) Dr. Felia
Sagher, dermatologist specializing in
cancer research who studied at Mayo
Institute and who is now at N. Y. Skin
and Cancer Hospital; Dr. Frits Drey-
fuss, heart specialist, who baa been
working at Montefiore Hospital, N.Y.;
Dr. Walter Kornblueth, who is a fel-
low in residence at th Wilmer Oph-
thalmologies! Institute of Johns Hop-
Appointment of Samuel Kap-
lan as assistant and field rep-
resentative of the Miami Beach
kins University and %~A
research in corntal an! J
I. to r.) Dr. Aaron fcfc]
surgeon, who has beea i
the Jewish Hospital ol |
the University ot Ptsssp,
E. M. Rlucatone, direetersft.
fiore Hospital, New YsiJ
chairman of the Rmh
University Mrdital K>!a|
has supervised the pli
work of the yooni Fil
tors; and Dr. Abraham L_
cerned with cancer mcadl
ology, has been stiiJTis|ij
University. Dr. Andre i\
shown here), internal aai
enlist, is doing meant si
Hospital, Boston.
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fcAY, AUGUST 29, 1947
*JewlsiinrkUar)
PAGE ELEVEN
ir Film Folk
ward G. Robinson is really
about having been signed
hiversal-Intcrnational for the
I of the father in the film
j>n of Arthur Miller's Broad-
[play, "All My Sons," which
Ited to go before the cameras
kober. The play, which won
[Critics Circle Award, has
running in New York since
ary 29 and is considered one
Jje top dramas of the year.
Ig Reis, who did such a grand
in Cary Grant's "The Bach-
[and the Bobby SoXer" will

rk Warner, executive pro-
|r of Warner Bros, studios,
|rms my exclusive story
ed in this column months
with the announcement of
pigning up of comedian Danny
to a contract which calls
|the star's appearance in five
Ser pictures within the next
years.
story has been selected for
ny's first, but the studio head
bunced plans this week to line
[important story properties.
ia Fine (Mrs. Danny Kaye)
|also been signed to a Warner
ract and will be associate
jlucer of Kaye's pictures.

rryl F. Zanuck, 20th Cen-
f-Fox production chief, who
planned to leave late this
11 h for Europe, this week
|ed off the trip in order to
pd the completion of "Gentle-
fs Agreement" so that it can
given a November release,
ksing on the film, which is
puck's only personally pro-
ed feature for 1947, will be
and up this week, two weeks
me schedule. Zanuck will
ervisc the editing and scoring
irell as handling and revisions
|idc d upon as a result of audi-
rcactions at the sneak pre-
ts.

fcra Stone and Paul Muni did
|comedy sketch on "We, the
pple" the other day. It was
first time the two had met
te Stone interviewed Muni for
school paper in Philadelphia
liy years ago. Muni advised
at the time that the best
fining for an actor was to play
try possible role. "So I wound
playing 'Henry' in 'The Aid-
Family* for 10 years,'.' Stone
him.

frank Loesser, top Paramount
composer, has turned his new
tune, "Keep Your Eyes in the
Sky," over to the U. S. Army.
The song, introduced recently on
Dorothy Lamour's new Army re-
cruiting pi'ogram, "Front and
Center" (NBC), will remain un-
published and in the hands of
the Army. Frankie, if you will j
recall, hit the jackpot with "Praise
the Lord and Pass the Ammuni-
tion."

Ingrid Bergman's suit of armor,
to be worn in "Joan of Lorraine,"
is going through daily rehearsals,
with a live mail-clad dummy
walking around the studio lot,
followed by a special effects
technician, armed with a screw-
driver and an oil can. The idea
is to remove the squeaks lest
they interfere with the dialogue
in the picture. The armor weighs
21 pounds.

Georgie Jessel's new contract as
a producer at 20th Century-Fox
will give him six months off each
year. When Jessel isn't making
such films as "I Wonder Who's
Kissing Her Now," his current
musical, or "Nightmare Alley,"
his present melodrama with a
carnival background starring Ty-
rone Power, he will write books,
play theatres and night clubs as
a master of ceremonies and work
on the screen play of his biog-
raphy, "So Help Me."
*
Georgie found that he was los-
ing money by spending the entire
year producing. Right now he
has a stack of offers at $5,000 a
week for his services as one of
the nation's top humorists.
Members of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Folk chorus are
welcoming back their director,
Louis Poweslcy, who has been
on vacation. While away. Mr.
Powesky visited other choruses
on the east coast and interested
them in the Jewish Music Al-
liance. Firtl social event of
the chorus this season will be
an all-day picnic at Greynolds
park on Sept. 7. The public
is invited.
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If you recent high school grad-
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standards for enlistment, there's
a mighty good Job watting for
you In the Regular Army.
In addition to a Private's
starting pay of $75 a month, you
get food, clothing, housing, med-
ical care, low-cost Insurance and
income tax exemption, all of
which would cost a civilian more
than $1500 annually.
You also get an exceptionally
liberal retirement plan half
pay for life after 30 years' ser-
vice, and on up to three-quarters
pay after 30 years' service.
Adding It all up, you'll be
better off financially than a
civilian making $3000 a year I
And you'll have sound technical
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of doing a worth-while Job and
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Shown above is Joseph A.
Malek, who will act as cantor
for the High Holy Days ser-
vices, which will be conducted
by Rabbi Albert Michels at the
Woman's club in Coral Gables
under the auspices of the Coral
Gables Jewish center. Mr.
Malek is a student at the law
school of the University of
Miami.
Restricted' Hotel
Under New Policy
Formerly "restricted," the New
Surf hotel on the ocean at 89th
St., Surfside, Miami Beach, has
been taken over by a Cleveland
group with Charles C. Goldberg
as managing director. According
to Goldberg, the 100-room year
'round structure in operation
three years has been leased for
30 years with a minimum guar-
antee in excess of $1,000,000.
The New Surf has a spacious
penthouse, 12 deluxe sun deck
cabanas, private bathing beach,
solarium, a tropical patio for
dancing, shuffleboard and other
entertainment as well as a dining
room and the intimate Showboat
cocktail lounge.
The dining room and cocktail
leunge are already proving popu-
lar among a growing number of
Miami and Miami Beach social-
ites and civic leaders, it was
pointed out by Goldberg.
Prominent in Cleveland hotel,
restaurant and entertainment
fields during the last 15 years,
Goldberg has been the owner-
operator of a number of Greater
Cleveland establishments includ-
ing the Bartler hotel in Monroe-
ville, the Hawley House hotel,
Zombie club, Pasadena grill and
the Skillet restaurant.
Members of Masada and Ju-
nior Hadassah will gather in
Orlando on Oct. 4 and 5 to
participate in the first annual
Florida stale young Zionists
conclave. Cities expected to
be represented are Tampa, St.
Petersburg, Miami, Miami
Beach, Orlando and Daytona.
Morris, Wetstein Join
Boy Scout Troop 6
Melvin Morris and Merton Wet-
stein have become affiliated with
Troop 6 of the Boy Scouts in the
capacities of assistant scoutmaster
and junior assistant scoutmaster,
respectively, Scoutmaster Nat
Gans announced this week.
The troop has resumed activi-
ties for the coming season and
is looking forward to a three-day
camporee in October.
The new daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Effronson, 1525
S. W. 18th St.. born Friday
morning, Aug. 22, at the St.
Francis hospital, will be named
Saturday morning in the main
auditorium of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Con-
gregation. 1101 S. W. 121h ave.,
during regular Saturday ser-
vices. All friends are invited
to attend.
AMERICANS NEED
VITAMINS
Plans for a National Jewish
War Veterans essay contest to
be held next month will be
carried out through local and
state headquarters, Eddie Le-
vine. chairman of the Miami
post committee, announced this
week. Assisting him are Col.
Michael Isenberg and Imrich
Eichenbaum.
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Tho Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
Will Conduct Services at
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FRIDAY, AUGUST Mi
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
MEmmM^mjmsMi^
r^.4 %, NORMAN .< V3{ ||Q^
Thi mam who was CAUED the
FI6HTIN6 IIOM Of ZI0HISM7 AHD WHO WAS
TO PlAY SUCH A 6RIAT MMJ IH THl UFl
OF HIS lUOVn PAUSTINI.WAS BORN W
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USSISHKIN. A WIU-IOUCAT 0 YOUTH WAS
DKPLY IMPRtSStD 6Y THl
DECREES. IMBUID WITH IUI.HI KTABWHID
A BRANCH Of CHOVEVI-ZIOH(LOVIRS 01 BON)
IN MOSCOW. HIS ONE PURPOSE WAS TO
BECOME A PAIESTINIAM PIONEER/
IN 1910,USSISHKIN SETTLED IN PALESTINE.
TWO YEARS LATER, HE BECAME PRESIDENT Of
THE JEWISH NATION* I fUND. UNDER HIS
LEADERSHIP. MORE THAN 400,000 OUNAMS
(100,000 ACRES) Of LAND WERE BOUGHT,
AMD THE VWlfYS OF 7EBULUM, JEZREEL, AND
UPPER 6AUUE WERE REDEEMED.
7^889, HE JOINED FORCES WITH
AH AD-HUM TO UNIfY Ml ATTEMPTS
AT COlONUATION.fOUR YEARS LATER.
AT THE A6E OF SB, HE MADE HIS
FIRST VISIT TO PALESTINE/__________|
SHORTLY MTER HIS RETURH. HI liCAME
A MEMBER Of THE IIRST /WHIST
C0N6RESS.AHD AS HIS BASIC PWNCIPIE.
APVOCATEO ACTIVE AND IMMEDIATE
SUPPORT FOR THE JEWISH PIONEERS.
USSISHKIN BELIEVED IN HEMEW SO
DEEPLY AS A LIVE,VIBRANT lAltUAil
THAT HE SAVE THE FIRST HEBREW
ADDRESS, AS SPOKESMAN (OR TIE
JEWS, BEFORE A DIPLOMATIC UUHJf-
TW PARIS PEACE CONKMKl AFTtl
TW FIRST WOULD WAR.'
TO RAISE THE KJCESSARY EL'hDS.USSISHKIN TOURED
EUROPE THE U.S. AND CANADA.GRATEFUL JEWRY
HONORED HIS 74"i BIRTHDAY IN 1938 BY ESTAB-
LISHING A COLONY IN HIS NAME IN PALESTINE.
, .,41 AT THE A6E Of DEATH CUT SHORT HIS WORK
AL JEWISH ACTIVITY CEASED IN JERUSALEM DURIN6 HIS
Mm AND P.OUEERS FROM Ml PARTS Of PALESTINE
Shed* the fun who had siven them a new
USSISHKIN'S ARCHIVES WERE EMU TO THE UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY ATOP MT. SCOPUS IN JERUSALEM, WHERE THEY
STAND AS A CONSTANT REMINDER Of THE TIRELESS EHIRBT
AND DEVOTION Of A MEAT ZIONIST LEADER --

Jews In Sports
Manager Fred Zusi of the
Bloomficld (N. J.) Cardinals has
announced that Jack Roscnthal,
captain of the University of
Pennsylvania football team in
1944. has signed with the Cardi-
nals. Last year the Bloomficld
franchise was held by Newark in
the American Association Foot-
ball loop.

Detroit is running a quarter of
a million paid admittances be-
hind last year. Those who know
claim that the departure of Hank
Greenberg was responsible for
the attendance drop. With Hank
in the lineup the lowly Pitts-
burgh Pirates have already es-
tablished a new attendance rec-
ord. In last position a good part
of the season and the Bucs have
passed the million mark in at-
tendance.

New York baseball fans pre-
1 Greenberg with a day at
the Polo Grounds Saturday, Aug.
23. Hank stipulated that under
no circumstances would he accept
cash presents from his well-wish-
ers. The big slugger asked that
all monies collected for him
should be turned over to a fund
for the handicapped, an organiza-
tion set up to handle the affairs
of civilian and military personnel
unable to provide for themselves.
Bugle Corps Calls
Former Members
All former members of the
I Greater Miami Boys Drum and
i Bugle Corps, originally the Mi-
ami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce Boys Drum Corps, an
quested to communicate with
Robert T. Fennell, commandant,
for the purpose of organizin
''alumni ass iciati m" of the i
Announcing plans for the for-
mation of a group of graduates
of the corps. Mr. Fennel! said its
purposes would be largely social.
to promote monthly dances, pic-
nics and other parties. At the
same time, he pointed out. the
influence of past members n iw
engaged in adult activities would
be beneficial to the present
members.
Since its founding 17 yi
the Boys Drum and Bugle C
[has been awarded many scl
ships for its members to attend
colleges and uni\ The
thorough musical training of
boys qualities them for enl
school and college bands, or-
chestras and other musical or-
ganizations.
Former members of the ;
'who are interested in joining the
new social group of alumni are
urged to write Mr. Fennell at 1633
duPont bldg.. Miami, giving their
present addresses and ph.me num-
bers.
James Donn, president of the
Gulfstream Park Racing associ-
ation, today announced the ap-
pointment of W. R. "Duke"
Dahlstrom Jo the post of racing
secretary for the coming Dec.
1-Jan. 15 meeting. He replaces
Emmeli A. Hileman, who serv-
ed during the three seasons
since the revival of the sport
at the course, and who steps
down from his niche because
of ill health.
Dr. Irving L. Alberts, Miami
Beach, was appointed city phy-
sician by the Miami Beach city
council this week.
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