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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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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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liB\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 20NUMBER 36
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
NSCOP Report Urges Separate Independent
itates For Jews, Arabs After Two Year Period
Committee Says Groups Must Adopt
Constitutions, Sign Economic Treaty
GENEVA(JTA)Fifteen minutes before its September 1st deadline, the
Jnited Nations Special Committee on Palestine Sunday night completed its
[ecommendations to the General Assembly, urging, in a majority report,
|hat Palestine be partitioned into Jewish and Arab states within two years
ind that 150,000 Jews be admitted in the interim period before independ-
ence is made final. A three-delegate minority report urged a federal state
/ith semi-autonomous Jewish and Arab areas.
An official summary of the reportthe full text of which runs to 70,000
rordsfollows:
The United Nations Special Committee on Palestine today signed at
Jeneva and sent to the secretary-general for transmission to the General
Issembly its report and recommendations on the question of
llestine.
:HEME OF PARTITION WITH ECONOMIC UNION
According to the plan of the majority (the representatives
Canada, Czechoslovakia, Guatemala, the Netherlands.
eru, Sweden and Uruguay), Palestine shall be constituted
ito an Arab state, a Jewish state and the city of Jerusalem.
lie Arab and the Jewish states will become independent after
transitional period of two years beginning Sept 1, 1947.
fore. however, their inde- $
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COMMITTEE MAKES
RECOMMENDATIONS
kndence can be recognised.
ey must adopt a constitution.
ake to the United Nations a
claration containing certain
jarantces and sign a treaty
/hich a system of economic
illaboraiion is established and
|e economic union of Palestine
created. A summary of its
ential features follows:
Transitional Period and
Constitution
During the transitional pe-
the United Kingdom shall
ry on the administration of
lestini- under the auspices of
United Nations and on such
kditions and under such super-
fon us the United Kingdom and
United Nations may agree
bn. If so desired, the adminis-
|tion will be carried on with
assistance of one or more
fibers of the United Nations.
United Kingdom shall dur-
the transitional period take
kh preparatory steps as may
necessary for the execution
I the scheme recommended and
111 carry out the following
asures:
Admit into the proposed
vish state 150,000 Jewish im-
jrants at a uniform monthly
Should the transitional pe-
continue for more than two
>rs, Jewish immigration shall
_ allowed at the rate of 60,000
year. The Jewish Agency
Palestine) shall be respon-
se for the selection and care
the Jewish immigrants and
.the organizing of Jewish im-
fcration during the transitional
F'd.
The restrictions introduced
Her the authority of the Pales-
(amendment) order in coun-
f 25 May, 1939, will not ap-
r to the transfer of land with-
me borders of the proposed
Msh state.
IB. Constituent a s s e m blies
a be elected by the popula-
pn of the areas which are to
pnpnie the Arab and Jewish
P. respectively. Qualified
for each state for this
ctln shall be persons over
years of age who are: (1)
Fwtiman citisens residing in
F ate and (2) Armbi ^d
IT* 1re,,din in the state, el-
,09h not Palestinian citisens.
who, before voting, have signed
a notice of intention to become
citisens of such state.
Arabs and Jews residing in the
city of Jerusalem who have sign-
ed a notice of intention to be-
come citizens, the Arabs of the
Arab state and the Jews of the
Jewish state, shall be entitled to
vote in the Arab and Jewish
states, respectively. Women may
vote and be elected to the con-
stituent assemblies.
C. The constituent assemblies
shall draw up the constitutions
of the states. The constitutions
shall provide for the establish-
ment in each state of a legisla-
tive body elected by universal
suffrage and by secret ballot on
the basis of proportional repre-
sentation and an executive body
responsible to the legislature.
They shall also contain provi-
sions for the protection of the
holy places, religious buildings
and sites and for the religious and
minority rights. Equal and non-
discriminatory rights in civil, po-
litical and religious matters and
the enjoyment of human rights
and fundamental freedoms shall
be guaranteed. Freedom of tran-
sit and visit for all residents and
citizens of the two states in Pal-
estine and the city of Jerusalem
shall be preserved.
D. The constituent assembly
in each state shall appoint a pro-
visional government empowered
to make the declaration and sign
the treaty of economic union. On
making the declaration and sign-
ing the treaty of economic union
by either state, its independence
as a sovereign state shall be rec-
ognized. If only one state fulfills
these conditions, the General As-
sembly of the United Nations
shall take such action as it may
deem proper. Pending such ac-
tion, the regime of economic un-
ion shall apply.
II. Declaration
The declaration shall contain
provisions for the protection of
the holy places and religious
buildings and sites and the reli-
gious and minority rights. There
shall be no discrimination on the
grounds of race, religion or lan-
guage. The state shall insure ade-
quate primary and secondary
(Continued on page 6)
Apart from specific plans as
to the constitution of the future
government and territorial pro-
visions, matters on which a ma-
jority and a minority proposal
are submitted, the United Na-
tions group forwards to the
General Assembly the following
11 unanimous recommendations
on Palestine:
1. The mandate for Palestine
shall be terminated at the earliest
practicable date.
2. Independence shall be grant-
ed in Palestine at the earliest
practicable date.
3 There shall be a transitional
period preceding the granting of
independence which shall be as
short as possible, consistent with
the achievement of the conditions
essential to independence.
4. During the transitional pe-
riod the authority entrusted with
administering Palestine and pre-
paring it for independence shall
be responsible to the United Na-
tions.
5. With regard to religious in-
terest and the holy places:
(a) In whatever solution may
be adopted, the sacred character
of the holy places shall be pre-
served and access to trie holy President that officials of the im-
(Continued on Page 4) (Continued on page 5)
Bnai B'rith State Federation Elects
lack Abbott, Miami Beach, President
Three local B'nai B'rith leaders were honored at the con-
vention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges by
their election to top offices in the Federation.
Jack A. Abbott of the Miami Beach lodge was elected presi-
dent of the state association; Milton A. Friedman of Sholem
lodge was re-elected vice presi-
dent, and Sam Silver, president
of Sholem lodge, was elected
secretary.
Further honors were accorded
the Sholem lodge when a certifi-
cate of achievement was pre-
sented to Sam Silver and E Al-
bert Pallot for staging outstand-
ing service programs and de-
veloping civic affairs projects
during the past year. Another
certificate of achievement was
awarded to Vice President Milton
A. Friedman for his work with
the B'nai B'rith Youth organiza-
tion in Florida.
Four members of the B'nai
B'rith Youth organization pre-
sented addresses at the conven-
tion banquet, which was held at
the George Washington hotel,
West Palm Beach. The young
speakers were Al Block of Or-
lando, who won the recent B'nai
B'rith state-wide youth oratori-
cal contest in Jacksonville; Ber-
nard Datz, of Miami, second place
winner, and the Misses Beryl
Axelrod and Rosalee Margolis of
Miami.
It was announced that $24,500
had been budgeted by the 16
lodges in the state for support of
the Florida Hillel foundations for
the coming year. The "homes
away from homes" for Jewish
youth in colleges are located at
the University of Miami, Univers-
ity of Florida, Florida State uni-
versity at Tallahassee, and Flor-
ida Southern college at Lakeland.
Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Va.,
District 5 grand lodge secretary,
and Isaac Gradman, of Asheville,
N. C, the district past president,
were principal speakers at the
convention and, together with
Harold Turk, president of the
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith coun-
(Continued on Page 4)
Jack A. Abbott
Truman Wants
More DP Visas
WASHINGTON(JTA)Presi-
dent Truman has brought to the
attention of the department of
justice the fact that its immigra-
tion service is not making full
use of the quotas available to
potential immigrants who can
comply with the existing immi-
gration regulations, it was re-
vealed here this week by Con-
gressman Adolph Sabath, of Illi-
nois.
Congressman Sabath said that
during a visit to the White House
last week, he pointed out to the
Synagogues Prepare for Holy Days
High Holy Days services, which
will begin at sunset on Sept. 14,
will be conducted by five houses
of worship on Miami Beach and
six in Miami this season. This
is an increase of three sites for
religious worship since last year
in the Greater Miami area. Many
of the synagogues have made spe-
cial plans which include arrange-
ments for prior seating of their
members. Slichos, midnight peni-
tential services, will be conducted
by the Miami Jewish Orthodox.
Beth Jacob, Beth David, the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, Beth
Tfilah and the Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation.
In Miami at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi
Murray Grauer and Cantor Abra-
ham Behrman will officiate.
Rabbi Simon April will conduct
services at the Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation.
He will be assisted by the school
choir. At Congregation Beth
David, Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate. Rabbi Albert Michels,
rabbi of the University of Miami
Hillel foundation, and Cantor
Joseph Malek will conduct ser-
vices under the auspices of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center at
the Coral Gables Woman's club.
Rabbis Colman A. Zwitman and
Jacob H. Kaplan and the choir
will officiate at services at Temple
Israel. Services will also be held
Please Note:
All matter intended for
publication in the
New Year Edition
of the
Jewish Floridian
must be in our office
not later than
Monday, September 8th
at 5:00 PJH
at Shaerei Zedek Talmud Torah,
1545 S. W. Third st., to take care
of the ovrflow from th Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Services will be conducted by
Louis Jacobskind and Cantor
Arthur Wolfson.
On Miami Beach at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff and Cantor Louis D.
Feder and the choir will offici-
ate. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will conduct and chant the ser-
vices at Beth Tfilah. At the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Cantor Jacob
Goldring will officiate. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will conduct services at
Temple Beth Sholom. Cantor
Aaron Twersky will officiate at
services at the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, 918 Sixth st.,
Miami Beach.
For further information regard-
ing services for the High Holy
Days, consult The Jewish Florid-
ian religious directory on page
eight.
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FRIDAY,
^TEMBQi,
-*
Double-Ring Ceremony
Unites Harry Popkins
Double-ring wedding ceremony
of Miss Mona Rubin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rubin.
345 Collins ave., Miami Beat-r-
and Harry Popkin, Augusta. Ga..
took place Sunday at the Shel-
borne hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff performed the
7:30 p.m. rites, with Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches assisting. A dinner
at the hotel for guests followed.
Miss Rosalie Kaiser. Hartford.
Conn., was maid of honor, and
bridesmaids were the Misses
Edith Cohen, H-.'.en Swetnick.
Mae Robbing, and Phyllis Rosen-
thai.
Herman Popkin. Atlanta, Ga..
was best man tor his brother, and
ushers included Benjamin Pop-
k::- ithei I th< ridegroom.
end Larry Ru
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach High school and
the University I A where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority. Shi en em-
ployee, as a teachei at the Cen-
tral Beach E tary school
Mr. Popkin at! I schools in
(.;. ..: .: > :-. .. .i mg grad-
uate work at Tula: t university,
New Orleans, La.
Afti "S the
state of Georgi .. I < couple will
make their home in New Or-
leans.
Out-of-town guests for the wed-
ding included Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Ney and Mr I Mrs. Ben-
jamin Popkin. Atlanta, Ga.
Luncheon Will Honor
Miss Evelyn E. Zinner
A luncheon in honor of bride-
elect Evelyn E Zinner will
given ..t tht S.. 1: hotel
Miami Beach. Wednesday, Sept
10 .-.-. : pjn. bj Mrs Sam Auer-
bach, 1575 Drexel ave., Miami
Bea
M 5s Zinner is th ride-elect
of Steve:-. H. Auei fc aei .
A .. as given
Sept 3rd by Mrs Doran D. Zin-
ner. 1860 $ W. Third ave., s.s: i
in-law of Miss Zinner.
BEACHITE TO WED
Wi dding of Miss 51 irley Green,
bau::-. of New V rk City and Sey-
mour Friend, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Friend, Miami Beac.-..
will take place in New York City
on Oct. 12th She is tl e daugh-
ter o: Mr. and ..:s Green-
baum, New V
After a trip to Mexico, the
couple will make theii home on
Miami 3'.... .
I
tirdines
Little boys'
slack suit
$2-98
Long legged stack* just
.ike dad's' Neat for school
. easy to play in .
easy to launder. Blue,
creen, or tar. washable ox-
lord cloth. Sizes 3 to 6 in
the group.
$398
Little girls'
plaid dress
Lovable, cool little dress
for a lovable little girl to
wear on her first day at
school. Bright gTeen or
blue plaid. Sizes 3 to 6 in
the group.
MIA.-.' -JTTI.K BOYS'
AN Ai'PAP.EU
RTH FL
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Morris Badanes. 126 **^gi^
an extended vacation inNewW^ which she wiU
Paramount hotel in South Fullsburg, N. X* a ^ ^^
visit friends and relatives in New York Uty
to Miami late in October.
and sons, Paul and Elliott, and Mr. Sam Shapiro.
Mrss Edith Cohen, daughter of Dr.A LCoih.returned
from New York, where she attended Columbia un.vers. y
is doing work on a master of arts degree.
riz.A-7 Mrs. Pauline Zimmerman, 2547 S. W. in .
Thursday from a month's vacation w.th relatives and inena
in Philadelphia and New York.
Mrs. Calvin H. Kaler, 470 S. W. 21s. rd gave.a luncheon
Wednesday at Burdine's tea room in honor of bride-elect Betty
Schulman.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Pierson have returned to their Miami
Beach home after spending the summer at Highlands, N. U

After spending the summer at Forest Acres camp, Fryeburg.
Maine, Miss Janet Hirsch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving b.
Hirsch, 4425 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, has returned to her
Miami Beach home. She is a student at Miami Beach Junior
High school.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker, 321 S. W. Ninth ave., have returned
i from a nine-week vacation in Connecticut, where they visited
their family.
Heiman Coopersmith, 1224 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, his
daughter, Harma, and granddaughter, Harriet Gottesman, re-
turned last week by plane from Hollywood, Calif., where they
visited Mr. Coopersmith's son, William, who is a cameraman
' there. They were gone six weeks. Dr. Albert Coopersmith.
, another son, who motored to California with the party, will
! return in a iew weeks.
Realtor Saul H. Freedman, 420 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach, his
wife and her mother, Mrs. Esther Green, have reached England,
where they will vacation. After their stay in Britain, they will
tour the Continent. They expect to return to Miami Beach some
time in November.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten left this week for Phila-
delphia, where they will visit their children. They plan to
return to Miami in about a month.
Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, has
just returned from an extended vacation to New York, Cape
Cod, and the New England states. During his stay in New
York, he attended the Rabbinical Workshop institute sponsored
bJ {*t ,Hebrew Union college of Cincinnati. He also attended
the ZOA convention held in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bloom, 4353 N. Alton rd Miami Beach.
nave just returned from a summer vacation in the Catskill
mountains in New York, and Hendersonville, N. C.

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SUver5 45?0d ^Four*^ **' Sn ^ and ^ Ab
Rose-Rome Nuptials
Performed Saturday
A double-ring wedding cere-
mony, Aim. 30th. united Miss
ftrlene Rose, daughter of Mrs.
Lillian Rose, 1121 Pennsylvania
lVe Miami Beach, and Leslie
r R0me son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rome, 2022 Prairie ave..
Miami Beach. The Floridian
I oti 1, Mianu Beach, was the
,1 the 8 p.m. ceremony,
Will shore brand new home
with refined middle-aged
couple.
Phone 48-8951
420 N. W. 44th Avenue
fuddle-aged lady who
a room m a new home in
.ood in f. ... the
' I old school boy
in >ther I p. o. Box
.. i .'. Fl.i.
rformed by Rabbi
Irving Leh ssisted by Can-
tor Jai Goldring.
Givi ige by Maurice
A'itz, the bride wore a gown
,,i w ppei satin fashioned
with hoop skirt and cathedral
H fingi tip veil of illu-
a lace tiara trim-
blos oms. The
., Bible covered
leniaa and

Leo Pollock, matron of
tel print gown,
G maid of
pink and
Both carried
. : Bri lesmaida
Lui ille Yagoda,
ind Roslyn Worth,
ti I gowns and ca'r-
b.mquets of
flowers.
... s best man for
I, Am.ild Si her. Her-
| Stanley Spei-
ler sen ushers.
For 1 wedding,
i I ,: royal blue
a corsage
of orcl ids. T: e >>: idegroom'a
i.vn of pink lac*
and wore an
.... ding, the couple
trip to North
Great Smokies,
.:..' .i grey gabar-
uil ...' wine snake-km
i
Mrs. .i gra luate of
H chool and at-
University of Miami.
secretary of the
I icl unit of Junior Ha-
of the Rose
B*i ai B*nth and the
Saw .
Happy New Year
TO RELATIVES and FRIENDS IN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ROSH HASHONA EDITION
Convenient inexpensive
Your Greeting problem is solved bv flil. ~
no ST.0! :he *< o.9.lyg Z^Z:::
I'hnni' 2-1366
Axmn acb unit one*
To Wed Alvu, fcj
Announcement m i,
Turchm, 1030 FoUr>l
am, Beach, of .he^M
then- daughter, Ludn*
Kroll, son of r?*
Berger. 79oo Cola*,*
Miss Turchin is ,
* University of Mi**|i
she is a member of AwJ
Phi son,,,,. aJJjf.1
the University ,lf rTM
Mr. Kroll attended l*j
State university and Tiutj
versity and is a n-.cm^S
Beta Tau fraternity j
war. he served in VS
I. Levitts CelebrotT \
Silver Anniversary
Twenty-fifth weddimgl
sary was celebrated by fc]
Mrs. Isadore Levitt on Awl
with a party at the horn?*]
and Mrs. Jules b vnt, \^A
ave.. brother and sister-in3
Mr. Levitt.
Out-of-town guests
Mr,-. Marie Twilley nZ]
Mrs. Levitt. Hollywood, n
and Mrs. Edward Dowd,|
Compton, Calif.
Mayor Marcie Liberty,
master of ceremoniet
Leonard Tobins Say I
Vows In New York
Weddinu of Miss B
stein, daughter of Mr. and!
Jacob Bernstein, Brooklyn.!]
and Leoi ard Tobir, son oil
and Mrs. S. H. Tobin. 5501
igan ave. Miami Beat i
place yesterday at TwmCaJ
Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobnd
Mrs. Hamld Tobii
sister-in-law of the bridef
attended the wedding.
Junior league of the M
Jewish Community center.
Her husband was gno
from the Milford school ml
ford, Conn., the UnivensH
Pennsylvania, and the W
Riddle School of Aviatttl
present he B student t\
school of law, University
ami, and is a member o
Delta Pr i He".
for three ai d one-half ya]
the AAF and holds a cor"
sion as first lieutena
Air Corps reserve.
When th< v return frorsJ
honeymoon, the couple winr
their home at 2855 Royal i
ve., Miami Beach.
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ATBOTri
miATT\i|[:ncoLr
, OPEN
11:46 SUNDA-
MAMt* I
The story of a BOXg
JUs girl who lo^
show busines*
Loved a guy AB0
loved children
And found *
derful way to ba
all three!
iroi o
"Mother
Wore
Tight*"
BETTY GRABLE
DAN DAILEY
Mona Freeman
Connie Marsh*1
s


[y, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947
*Jewist) Meridian
PAGE THREE
ii B'rith Forum
e Held Tuesday
L is the Solution to the
fed Persons Problem In
will be the subject of
1,11 Hall Forum sponsored
L n lodge, B'nai B'rith at
\, n's club, Sept. 9th,
y, at 8 p.m.
ipating in the forum will
Lv Simonhoff, authority
fcism; Mis. Max Dobrin,
tit of the Greater Miami
i,!i chapter; H e n n i n g
political writer for the
I \< ;ul<.'iii v To 0|m ii
(For School Year
) Opening sessions for the cur-
rent school year at the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, 918
Sixth St., Miami Beach, will be-
gin Monday, Sept. 8th, at 8:30
a.m.
The school, which has varied
programs of education and aims
to offer an exemplary American
education in conjunction with an
intensive Hebrew training, is the
only school of its kind in the
entire state of Florida.
The Academy this year will
limit its classes to the first five
years of elementary school, with
higher classes to be added next
year. There are also kindergar-
ten goups for children from the
^ ages of four to five and one-
half years. The school is co-
educational. Only licensed teach-
ers, certified by the state board
of public instruction; in the Eng-
lish department, and expert and
progressive instructors in the
Hebrew department are em-
ployed.
Classes will be held five days
a week from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m.
Phyllis Blair To Be Wed
To Chicagoan In Spring
Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Blair, 6880
Harding ave., Miami Beach, are
announcing the engagement of
their daughter,
Phyllis, to Mar-
shall M. Sager,
son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. N. Sa-
ger, Chic ago,
111. Miss Blair
attended the
University o f
Miami, where
she was pledg-
ed to Iota Al-
pha social sorority. She was also
active in the Hillel foundation
and the art department there.
The couple plans an early
spring wedding.
Butchers Guild To Aid Public
All kosher markets in Dade county will remain open all
day Sunday, Sept. 14, because of Rosh Hashona falling on
Monday, it was announced through the Kosher Butchers'
Guild. The local association stated that its members wouldi-
cooperate with the kosher-buying public in preparation for the
holidays by adding this convenience for their customers.
MRS. MAX DOBRIN
Herald", and one other
|r to be named later. As-
ge Louie Bandel will
moderator and will invite
from the audience at
se n[ tht addresses by the
S olem lodge committee
i i anism and civic affairs
fcr iiigcd this discussion as
their educational pro-
|for the lodge membership.
Aronovitz, chairman of
Ifa.i. assisted by a commit-
I sod of John Kronen-
(1 Charles R. Jacobson,
h i- the desire of B'nai
afford a platform for
|scussion of vital and con-
al problems. The Town
irum offers the comrau-
^n excelli nt opportunity to
opinions and to derive
^< < fits from this exchange
It is hoped that, by calm
|rank deliberation such as
possible solution of the
|ccrt pi rsons problem may
I." Admission is free,
Iru n eeting is open to the
President Sam Silver will
1\ and Mr. Aronovitz will
luce the speakers.
Fink, Beckerman Rites
Performed Sunday
An out-door wedding ceremony
on the terrace of the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Morty Gottlieb, 720
Lakeview dr., Miami Beach. Sun-
day, united Miss Gloria Hermine
Fink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Fink, 720 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, and Arthur Louis
Btckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Burnett Beckerman, 642 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach. A reception
followed the 6:30 p.m. ceremony,
which was performed by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff.
Amy Fink was maid of honor
for her sister, and Janet Becker-
man. sister of the bridegroom,
was bridesmaid- Frederic Koren
was best man, and Dick Fink,
brother of the bride, was usher.
Mr. and Mrs. Beckerman are
both graduates of Miami Beach
High school. He is a Navy vet-
eran.
The couple is honeymooning in
New York.
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First meeting of the fall sea-
son of the Kadimah chapter.
Pioneer Women will be held
Thursday. Sept. 11, at 8:30 p.m.
ai the Beth David Talmud
Torah.
Veterans Campaign
For Post Commander
Active campaigning is being
carried on this week by Obbie
Rosenthal, veteran of World War
II, and Michael M. Isenberg, at-
torney, who have been nominated
for the post of commander of the
Norman Bruce Brown post No.
174, Jewish War Veterans.
Isenberg, also a vjeteran of
World War II, was discharged
from the infantry after five years
with the rank of lieutenant-col-
onel in February, 1946. He is a
member of B'nai B'rith and at
present is judge advocate of the
post.
Elections will take place Mon-
day night at 1545 S.W. Third st.
Academy To Present
Marionette Show Sunday
A marionette circus will be pre-
sented Sunday, Sept. 7th, at the
Greater Miami Hebrew academy,
918 Sixth st., Miami Beach, at
2 p.m. The program will include
clowns, acrobats, wild animals,
trapeze acts, and equestriennes
on parade.
The marionette performance is
part of a program of festivities
planned in conjunction with the
opening of the academy on Mon-
day.
There will be refreshments.
Admission will be free, and all
children in the Greater Miami
area are invited to attend.
D0RE SCHARY
proton fs
ROBERT YOUNG
ROBERT MITCHUM
ROBERT RYAN
GL03IA GRAHAME PAUL KELLY
SAM LEVENE
Product! by ADRIAN SCOTT
Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK
!... pi., I0MH PAXT0N
Excellent! The first time in the
experience of this writer that
anti-Semitism has been han-
dled openly. A film to be
praised, praised again, and
seen by all!" N.Y.Post

A very, very excellent film!
A thrilling murder mystery in
which anti-Semitism in all its
ugliness is brought to light!"
Jewish Day

"A forfnright attack on anti-
Semitism. One of the year's
best films I" -Ntwtwk
e e e
"Boldly comes out and names
a canker which infects democ-
racyanti-Semitism. Hard-
hitting!" N.Y. Times

"A breath-taking movie...deal-
ing openly and frankly with
the plague of anti-Semitism I"
Jewish Journal

"Movie of the Weekl Deals
frankly with an important
issue: anti-Semitism. A grade-
A Hi rl Her I" life Magazine

"Keys the problem of race
hatred Into an unusual murder
story...as grimly realistic as
a brats-knuckled punch in the
|aw!" N. y. HeroW Tribune
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER j
PAGE FOUR
Editorial
UNSCOP Report
The long-awaited report of the United Nations Special Com-
mittee on Palestine is at hand. The special ^^^
nineteenth qroup to study the perplexing Pales ne problem,
u "ed practically'every b/of time allotted to * <
By delivering the report 15 minutes before the ^PterJ
deadline, the" gentlemen dispersed the rumors and lears that
the findings would be delayed and thus upse the plannec
Local Organization
Plans Observance
Of Education Month
[Mm.u. schools and 1.9001 in the
feunday schools during the aca-
demic year '47-'48." stated Mr
Max Meisel. president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education. This
based upon the con-
S-STS acTion byVe Uni^d No*, genera! on *JJ-J KWi
September 16. iind the registration increase of
That the lengthy findings are not the complete fulfillment ^^*^aSX
of the aspirations and justifiable demands on Palestine.made There ^^^hools, in-
by Jewish representation is not surprising Many loopholes Miami ten Jew- rvativCi
and weak spots dot the plan. The United Nations must first < r Yiddish 'and an all-day
approve these findings. Great Britain must then accept these ^ s vn schoolg n,.c affill.
recommendations and without subterfuge or delay put machinery ^ wj(h lhp Burcnu of Jcwish
in action to accomplish the termination of the mandate and the Ediu..ltum which assists them in
establishment of the independent Jewish and Arab states. I carrying out an effective educa-
Jewish immigration must commence immediately. Several tional program. Close to loo
British spokesmen have indicated disapproval of the findings | teachers staff the schools.
nH Amhnntton. have alreadv sianified an all-out effort to The afternoon Hebrew school
will open on Monday. r->ept. o.
and Arab nations have already sig
defeat the UNSCOP report. .
Very evident at this time is the important roU
Registration is already taking
States" will have to play with the present Palestine question.i place,ta some of tj,em and^wiU
The success or failure of the proposed partition plan may hinge |"tinu< um",M
on the American position. Britain will probably ask for Amen-1 fhe followlng is a iist of schools
can aid in effectuating the program and possible military assist- j ^ GlviU,,. M,ami:
once during the transition period. I Mi;mii. Betn David. 135 N W.
At one time our own President was moved by considerations:.^^ aye Hebrew and Sunday
of mercy alone, we hope, into asking Britain to admit 100,000 <(.'h,,nl (Conservative); Coral Ga-
ol the homeless Jews into Palestine. But the political duel with h](S jewjsn center. 3306 Ponce
British politicians seemed to have weakened his errand of (|t, L,,lin blvd., Sunday school;
mercy.
When the general assembly was considering the Palestine
problem, on Britain's request, our statesmen were strangely and
viciously silent on America's attitude toward the problem.
They justified their silence on the alleged around that any
statement might prejudice the issue. They used all manner of
excuses to extricate themselves from a simple duty.
Now that the U.N. commission has made a decision, the
United States must break the silence with an aggressive atti-
tude toward implementing the United Nations findings. Despite Sixth st. and Jefferson ave all-
British reluctance and outright Arab opposition, it is considered day school (Orthodox); Miami
that the proposed partition scheme had a good chance of ac- Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid
ceptance by the United Nations, but only if the United States :i
agreed to help finance the difficult transition period leading to
independence.
Calm study by Jewish leadership we feel will result in accept-
ance of the UNSCOP report, providing they are convinced that
Great Britain will give way without further dallying.
It must be remembered that by no means does this represent
the solution of the Jewish problem overseas.
lopturned-jngNAt shrdlu shrdlu shrdluetaoin shrdlueta uneuen
UNSCOP Committee Makes Recommendations
Miami Jewish Orthodox. 1545 S.
W. Third St.. five-day school
(Orthodox); Temple Israel, 137
N. E. 19th st.. Sunday school
Reform); Workmen's Circle, 1567
S W. Fifth st., three-day school
(Yiddish).
Miami Beach: Beth Jacob. 311
Washington ave., five-day school
(Orthodox); Hebrew Academy.
(Continued from Page 1)
places shall be insured in accord-
ance with existing rights.
(b) The present rights of the
several religious communities
shall not be impaired or denied.
(c) An adequate system for the
impartial settlement of religious
disputes shall be devised.
(d) Specific stipulations re-
garding these matters shall be
inserted in the constitution or
constitutions of any independent
Palestinian state or states which
may be created.
6. The General Assembly
should undertake immediately
the initiation and execution of
an international arrangement
whereby the problem of the dis-
tressed European Jews, of whom
approximately 250,000 are in as-
sembly centers, will be dealt with
as a matter of extreme urgency
for the alleviation of their plight
and of the Palestine problem.
7. It shall be a prior condition
to the granting of independence
that the political structure of the
new state or states, including its
constitution or other fundamental
law, shall be basically democratic,
i.e., representative in character.
The constitution shall contain
guarantees of essential human
rights and fundamental freedoms
and safeguards to protect the
rights and interests of minorities.
8. A prior condition to inde-
pendence shall also be the in-
corporation in the constitution
of basic principles of the Charter
of the United Nations, including
the obligation to settle interna-
tional disputes by peaceful means
and to refrain in international
relations from the threat or use
of force against the territorial
integrity or political independ-
ence of any state or in any man-
ner Inconsistent with the pur-
poses of the United Nations.
9. It shall be accepted as a car-
dinal principle that the preser-
vation of ?* '"Annmic unity of
Palestine is indispensable to the
life and development of the coun-
try and its peoples.
10. States whose nationals
in the past enjoyed in Palestine
the privileges and immunities of
foreigners. including consular
jurisdiction by capitulation or
usage in the Ottoman Empire,
should be invited by the United
Nations to renounce any lights
pertaining to them in the
tablishment of such privi
and immunities in an independ-
ent Palestine.
11. The General Assembly
call on the peoples of Palestine
to extend their fullest co-opera-
tion to the United Nations in its
effort to devise and put into ef-
fect an equitable and workable
means of settling the difficult
situation prevailing there, and to
this end, in the interest of peace,
good order, and lawfulness, to
exert every effort to bring to an
early end the acts of violence
which have for too long beset
that country.
12. The committee agreed, with
two dissenting votes, to a 12th
recommendation as follows:
In the appraisal of the Pales-
tine question it should be ac-
cepted as incontrovertible that
any solution for Palestine cannot
be considered as a solution of
the Jewish problem in general,
servative); Temple Beth Sholom.
1144 Chase ave., Hebrew and Sun-
day (Liberal >.
The Sunday schools are sched-
uled to open with a Succoth party
m Sunday, Oct. 5.
Meisel also announced that the
local Bureau of Jewish Education
will join with other communities
throughout the country in the ob-
ervance of Jewish Education
Month and Week, which opens
p Sept 7 and will continue
through Oct. 15. Established
ago by the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Edu-
-ation. Jewish Education Month
has become an important means
of focusing attention on the urg-
ency and importance of Jewish
education,
During this month, the bureau
will engage in numerous activi-
ties, A P, Gannes, i xi cutive di-
r, stated. Among these ac-
tivities will be an intensive regis-
tration campaign, which will be
n by means of telephone
and mail; several
:adio broadcasts, which will be
devoted to the theme of J,
education, the first one being
scheduled for Sunday. Sept. 21
n WIN/ at noon; Jewish Educa-
tion Sabbath will be observi
^ry congregation, the tentative
date being Oct. 11. and the distri-
bution of circulars on "Whv I
Give My Children A Jewish Edu-
cation."
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Br PHIMEA8 J. BIHON
Jewish Calendar
1047
Rosh Hashanah ............
Mon., Tues.. Sept. 15-16
Fast of Gedaliah Wed., Sept. 17
Yom Kippur............Wed., Sept. 24
Sukkos1st day Mon., Sept. 29
Hosha'nah Rabbah Sun., Oct. 5
Shemini Azeret Mon., Oct. 6
Simhat Torah..... Tues., Oct. 7
* Jurist fhrlkfton
Published
ITS HAPPENING III III
The Georgia Tribune of Columbus, Ga., which has a circular I
of 30 000 is carrying on an intensive anti-Semitic campaign 2
publi-hed and edited by Jack Johnston, who calls himself P '
Johnston even though he is no clergyman ... The Tribune hastjbj
up the cudgels for Homer Loomis, leader of the Fascist ColUrabiJ
. Loomis has been convicted, as you remember, but is out on bt
havii R appealed the verdict .. Although under bond, he has n, |
discontinued his anti-democratic, anti-Semitic propaganda
Johnston's Tribune is attacking the Atlanta police department J
preventing Loomis from holding public meetings Under ti,
circumstances it was but natural for a number of Jewish busine*
men to withdraw their advertisements from the Tribune Am
now "Parson" Johnston is raising the cry that the Jews of Georga
are attempting to gag the freedom of the press Yes, this,
happening in our countryand can happen only because there is no I
Federal law outlawing anti-Semitism .
IX MEMOIIIAM..
Senator Theodore G. Bilbo did not expiate his sins because he I
died Nor does his death sanctify him But if you read the
Associated Press dispatches about his death and the obituary J
counting his career you may well have gained the impression thai
one of America's greatest Democrats had passed away ft
memorial sermon preached by the Rev. Mr. Nix had as its ten:
"I have fought the good fight; I have finished my course; I havt
kept my faith." Now the Rev. Mr. Nix certainly went toola
The American public will remember Bilbo in the same sen*
as the Norwegians remember Quisling Bilbo will stand in tin
annals of American history as a stubborn bigot whose death cannot j
whit wash his shameful democratic record ... It is frightful to knot |
that a man of God is endeavoring to keep Bilboism alive ..
SECRET PUBLICATION...
Even if you are very much interested in reading "Fascism is
Action," issued by the Library of Congress, you're out of luck ...
This 200-page book, which is said to give a clear picture of the grwri
of Fascism throughout the world, was published in an edition i
only 500 copies Not even enough to supply all the members i
Congress We find it rather difficult to understand why the book
was published at all if it's intended to remain a secret ..
MISCELLANY...
Meyer Levin's motion picture on Palestine, "My Father's House,"
which is being unveiled this week, is the best movie ever produced
in Palestine ... It has a real human story, and wonderful photog-
raphy The three reports the United Nations commission fas
brought forth in its labors to produce a solution to the Palestine
problem have been nicknamed the "three little mice" by cynics of
the British Colonial Office .
The Rev. Richard E. Evans, who was the victim of an accident
on New York's Fifth Avenue, is no longer with the Churchman!
"Sermon of the Year" project Edward G. Robinson, the movie
star, is contemplating a trip to Palestine ... So is Paul Muni-
Billy Rose, impresario and columnist, would like to start a move-
ment to bring 5,000 children of DP's to this country He saji
that the minors in the European DP camps are physically and psy-
chologically doomed unless they are gotten out forthwith ... Robert
Youi.g's five-minute speech against anti-Semitism in the movie
"Crossfire" will be issued as a record John Gunther's insii
U.S.A." gives hardly any attention to the minority problems in tin
country Mrs. Franz Werfel. widow of the great German Jewish
writer, wants to deny the persistent rumors that she is about
acquire a new husband .
MAW OF SPIRIT...
Congratulations to Dr. Arthur S. Abramson on his 34th birth-
day Doctor Abramson, a native of Montreal, works in *
medical rehabilitation division at the Bronx Veterans' hospital."
He is a veteran himself ... In the Battle of the Bulge he got I
sniper's bullet in his spine and lost the use of his legs Abrams*
is a genius in field of physical medicine and rehabilitation .. J
Is the inventor of new methods in medical therapy ... And he d<
all his work from a wheelchair ... A unique example of the spirt
overcoming the weakness of the flesh ... We salute you. DocW
Abramson,
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Nw.pSDVrV.>ioHd;VrtE,?8A,,,h0vler;,'h
0,5W,PT,0^ATS '
To Year.;;;; "-00
FRED K. SHOCHEf
Editor and Publlah.r
Telephones 2-1141.9.0910
OFFICE and PLAN? 2
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Friday, September 5, 1947
SLUL JO, 5707
State B.B. Federation
Elects Jack Abbott
'Continued from Page 1)
CO, launched a state-wide mem-
bership drive for 900 members,
nc.ng Oct. 1. Charles R.
Juonson, executive secretary of
the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
council, announced that the cam-
paign^ with a quota of 500 new
S for the Dade county
area will commence Oct 19
rf w F1da State Association
Mr, 5" 0Xith Wmen elected
MrT Hcar,ryG"n f Miami and
Mrs Sol Goldstrom of Miami
Bea.h as trustees. Mrs Tena
Katz President of the Sholem
eli,H,Wmens chaPter- was
elected treasurer of the state as-
sociation, and Mr8. Sam H. Gold-
man, Sholem lodge. Woinej
chapter past president, was ma*
historian. _. ,,
Milton Klein and Oscar S*
represented the Coral G*"
lodge of. B'nai B'rith at the *
vention. and the Mesdames rs
Katz, Isaac Levin, Nathan Ad*
man. Charles Adelman *
Charles R. Jacobson reprt*"?
the Sholem lodge Women scwr
ter at the convention.
H. A. (Hi) Bindtr BjJ
prlndp.1 IP.1^.
nual convention of tn ^
rs Insurance co., ?
b. held |l the i^*V;
hotel, Dayiona 9*Su
Sept. 5th. His lL!?a
"How to Wrta-sMUto"**.
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PAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947
___________*Jewisti ncridH&n
PAGE FIVE

)LLYWOOD WOMEN
ENOUNCE PLANS
Executive board of the Ladies
iliary of the Hollywood Jew-
Community center held its
, meeting of the 1947-48 sea-
l Tuesday, Aug. 26, at the
ne of Mrs. Louis J. Golden,
tsident.
fa ^blighting the discussion
I,-,. plans submitted by Mrs.
Id'ire Orgel, chairman oft he
Idore Orgel, chairman of the
Jaar to be held Jan. 17th
lough the 22nd.
btl-er plans for the year m-
|dc a luncheon to be held at
home of Mrs. Martin Wohl
u monthly parties at the Center
Siding. Each month various
tonalities will be honored by
piciing its customs and habits
tough dress, entertainment, and
feshments.
planned for the first regular
_eting of the auxiliary to be
Id Sept. 2nd at 8 p.m. at the
hter is a skit to be presented
the members of the group.
E Max Kaufman, Mrs. William
iVks, and Mrs. Arthur Brill are
jnbers of the program com-
Stee. These meetings are open
Iboth members and guests.
hose in attendance at the
lid meeting were: Mrs. Edgar
Ivin. Mrs. Martin Wohl, Mrs.
-a Kaufman. Mrs. Isadore Or-
\, Mrs. Lester Kravetz, Mrs.
\a Manheim, Mrs. Jacob Gold,
Arthur Brill, Mrs. Nathan
fiitz, Mrs. Arthur Simons, Mrs.
J. Sorin, and Mrs. Louis J.
Iden.
Ill lilts Hayride
To Be Saturday
The hayride which was origi-
nally scheduled for Saturday,
Aug. 30th by the DEBBS chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Young Women
has been postponed because of
rain until Saturday, Sept. 6th.
Miss Arlene Libman is chairman
of the affair which is to be held
at 8:30 p.m. at Dawson's ranch.
All tickets which were bought
for Aug. 30th will be honored
next Saturday, and those who
wish, to buy tickets may do so
by contacting Miss Libman at
2-1822. All guests are asked to
meet at the Miami YMHA, 1567
S.W. 5th street at 7:45 p.m. in
order to provide additional trans-
portation.
\CH B'NAI B'RITH MEETS
egular business meeting of the
jmi Beach B'nai B'rith lodge
ll be held Sept. 9 at 8:15 p.m.
[the St. Moritz hotel, Miami
hch. President Walter Kovner
ounced this week.
efreshments and a card party
ll be featured after the meeting.
(The Greater Miami area has
ceived 122.000 new telephone
toks, Clyde Taylor, city man-
Lr for Southern Bell Tele-
bone company, announced last
eek. This is 30.000 more than
ere distributed in the area
ro years ago.
h^Tu lores ^O0f
under ociur
building .V ,r0\.
Phone 3-4848
Junior Hadassah Plans
Sept. 'Opening Hop'
A Junior Hadassah Opening
Hop will be held Saturday, Sept.
27th, at 9 p.m. in the Neptune
room and patio of the Robert
Richter hotel, Miami Beach, Flor-
ence Hildebrandt, chairman of
the membership and arrange-
ments committee, announced this
week.
Assisting Miss Hildebrandt are
the Misses Anita Kessler, hos-
tessing chairman: Beverly Ra-
phael and Trudi Lach, publicity;
Roz Worth and Bobby Heyman,
correspondence; Naomi Segal,
tickets; Bernice Dogloff, door
squad; and Bobby Devore, guest
book.
Home For Aged To Have
Musical Entertainment
A musical program will be fea-
tured at the Jewish Home for the
Aged Wednesday, Sept. 10th, at
7:30 p.m. in honor of the home-
coming of its officers.
Mrs. Gertrude Covner, Mrs. Lil-
lian Weinberg, Mrs. Fay Pollack,
Mrs. Rose Davidow, and Miss
Irene Jacobs provided transpor-
tation for members of the home
Wednesday night for its regular
weekly theatre visit.
UNVEILING
Unveiling of the monument to
the memory of the late Harry
Tupler, husband of Faye and
father of Jeanette, Sylvia, and
Leonard, will be held Sunday at
2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Rabbi Irving Lohrman officiat-
ing.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
* jwmpn *S* tpfi1 Wm
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Truman Wants Visas
(Continued from Page 1)
migration service of the depart-
ment of justice are discriminating
against displaced persons who
can comply with our immigration
laws within existing quotas. The
President expressed concern over
this information and assured
Sabath that he would again ask
that no restrictions be placed up-
on persons who can qualify for
immigration visas.
President Truman also reiter-
ated his support of the Stratton
bill, now pending in congress,
which provides for the admission
of 40,000 displaced persons to the
United States within a period of
four years. He emphasized that
the United States will take an
active interest in the Palestine
question when it comes before
the United Nations general as-
sembly next month, Represent-
ative Sabath said.
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IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (comer Jefferson Ave.)
Miami Beaeh
During the Forthcoming Holidays
ROSH HASHONO
Sunday Evening, Sept. 14
Monday, Sept. 15
Tuesday, Sept. 16
YOM KIPPUR
Tuesday Evening, Sept. 23
Wednesday, Sept. 24
The well-known Cantor. Reverend Twermky.
will officiate
Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily7 p.m. to 10 p.m. every evening
Students Invited To
High Holiday Services
University of Miami Hillel
members may pick up compli-
mentary tickets for the High Holy
Days services at the Coral Ga-
bles Woman's club at the uni-
versity bookstore, Rabbi Albert
Michels, of the University of Mi-
ami Hillel foundation, announced
this week.
The services are under the aus-
pices of the Coral Gables Jewish
center. The club is located at
1009 E. Ponce de Leon blvd.
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J. Schacter Hour, 11 a.m.,
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SUNDAY
J. Schacter Hour, 10 a.m.,
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Yiddish Classical Hour, noon,
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Eternal Light, 1 p.m., WIOD.
Al a meeting of the Rabbi-
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Miami held at Temple Israel
this week, the association re-
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resolution requiring a minimum
of two years of Hebrew school
training as a prerequisite for
any Bar Mitzah ceremony at
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*Jewist meridian
PAGE SEVEN
INSCOP Report Urges Independent
itotes for Jews. Arabs After 2 Years
iContinued from Page 6)
, we8t by the Mediterranean
C. on the north by the frpntier
the Lebanon from Ras en
[.. to Qadas; on the east by
i, boundary starting from Qad-
* passes southward, west of
Vfad W tl'-' southwestern corner
' ^e Salad sub-district; thence
follows the western boundary
, Tiberias sub-district to a
Unt ju^t east of Mount Tabor;
[,,.,, southward to the point of
L Mclion southeast of Afula
Cntioned above. The southwest-
L boundary of western Galilee
Ike. a line from this point, pass-
a south f Nazareth and Shafr
[m, but north of Beit Lahm, to
I ist just south of Acre.
The boundary of the hill
fcounlry of Samaria and Judea,
tiarting on the Jordan river
Southeast of Beisan, followi the
northern boundary of the Sa-
,naria dislrict westward to the
point of intersection southeast
Df Afula, thence again west-
ward to Lajjun, thence in a
Southwestern direction, passing
Just west of Tulkarm. east of
Ju^lqilia and west of Majdal
.yaba, thence bulging westward
toward Rishon-le-Zion so as to
Include Lydda and Ramleh in
{the Arab state, thence turning
again eastward to a point west
of Latrun, thereafter following
.he northern side of the Lat-
run-Majdal road to the second
point o* intersection, thence
iculheastward to a point on
fiebron sub-district to the Dead
Sea.
I The Arab section of the coastal
lain runs from a point a few
Lies north of Isdud to the Egyp-
:,: frontier, extending inland
ppioximately eight kilometers.
ferrilory Within Jewish State
rhe northeastern sector of the
unused Jewish state (eastern
Ealilee) will have frontiers with
|ebanon in the north and west
id with Syria and Trans-Jordan
. the east and will include the
Jm.1i- of the Huleh basin, Lake
Rberias and the whole of the
|i sub-district.
From Beisan the Jewish state
bill extend northwest following
hi- boundary described in respect
" the Arab state.
The Jewish sector on the
i plain extends from a
Dint south of Acre to just north
Isdud in the Gaza sub-district
ii! i: eludes the towns of Haifa,
fel Aviv and Jaffa.
i he eastern frontier of the Jew-
tate follows the boundary
I bed in respect of the Arab
late.
The Beersheba area includes
lole of the Beersheba sub-
pstrict, which includes the Ne-
!l and the eastern part of the
aza sub-district south of the
I if intersection. The nortih-
bn boundary of this area, from
Be point of intersection, runs
butheastward to a point of the
iebron sub-district boundary
ou'h of Qbeiba, thence follows
southern boundary of the
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Scheme For a Federal State
Three members (the represent-
atives of India, Iran and Yugo-
slavia) propose an independent
federal state. The major provi-
sions of that plan are briefly
summarized as follows:
1. Constitution and Transitional
Period
An independent federal state
of Palestine shall be created fol-
lowing a transitional period not
exceeding three years, during
which responsibility for adminis-
tering Palestine and preparing it
for independence shall be en-
trusted to an authority to be
decided by the General Assembly.
The independent federal state
shall comprise an Arab state and
a Jewish state. Jerusalem shall
be its capital.
During the transitional pe-
riod a constituent assembly
shall be elected by popular vote
and convened by the adminis-
tering authority on the basis
of electoral provisions which
shall insure the fullest repre-
sentation of the population, pro-
vided that the electorate in-
cludes all adult persons who
have acquired Palestinian citi-
zenship as well as all Arab and
Jews who. though non-citizens,
are resident in Palestine and
have applied for citizenship not
less than three months before
the date of election. The con-
stituent assembly shall draw
up the constitution of the fed-
eral state.
Independence shall be declared
by the General Assembly once
a constitution incorporating the
following provisions has been
adopted by the constituent as-
sembly:
(a) The federal state shall com-
prise a federal government and
governments of the Arab and the
Jewish states, respectively.
(b) Full authority shall be vest-
ed in the federal government
with regard to national defense,
foreign relations, immigration,
currency, taxation for federal
purposes, foreign and interstate
waterways, transport and com-
munications, copyrights and pat-
ents.
(c) The Arab and the Jewish
states shall enjoy full powers
of local self-government and
shall have authority over edu-
cation, taxation for local pur-
poses, the right of residence.
commercial licenses, land per-
mits, grazing rights, interstate
migration, settlement, police,
punishment of crime, social in-
stitutions and services, public
housing, public health, local
roads, agriculture and local
industries.
(d) The organs of government
shall include a head of state, an
executive body, a representative
federal legislative body composed
of two chambers, and a federal
court. The executive shall be re-
sponsible to the legislative body.
(e) The head of state shall be
elected by a majority vote of
both chambers of the federal
legislative body. A deputy head
of state shall be elected who shall
be a representative of the com-
munity other than that with
which the head of state is iden-
tified.
(f) Election to one chamber of
the federal legislative body shall
be on the basis of proportional
representation of the population
as a whole and to the other on
the basis of equal representation
of the Arab and Jewish citizens
of Palestine. Legislation shall be
enacted when approved by ma-
jority votes in both chambers,
in the event of disagreement be-
tween the two chambers, the is-
sue shall be submitted to an arbi-
tral body of five members, in-
cluding not less than two Arabs
and two Jews.
(g) The federal court shall be
the final court of appeal regard-
ing constitutional matters. Its
members, who shall include not
less than four Arabs and three
Jews, shall be elected by both
chambers of the federal legisla-
tive body.
(h) The constitution shall for-
bid any discriminatory federal
or state legislation against
population groups or against
either of the states and shall
guarantee equal rights for all
minorities. It shall be based
on the full equality of all citi-
zens of Palestine with regard
to the political, civil and reli-
gious rights of the individual
and shall guarantee fundamen-
tal human rights and freedoms.
It shall guarantee inter alia
free access to holy places and
protect religious interests.
(i) The constitution shall pro-
vide for undertakings to settle
international disputes by peace-
ful means.
(j) There shall be a single Pal-
estinian nationality and citizen-
ship.
(k) The constitution shall pro-
vide for equitable participation
of representatives of both com-
munities in delegations to inter-
national conferences.
II. Holy Places
In addition to the guarantees
contained in the constitution re-
garding the protection of and free
access to holy places, there shall
be set up a permanent interna-
tional body for the supervision
and protection of the holy places,
to be composed of three repre-
Retired Professional Gentle-
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Jewish home as paying
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Box 2093
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MIAMI BEACH
CONGREGATION lll-TII TFILAH
935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND
THE INSPIRING
SLICHOS SERVICES
oi RABBI
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
known in the cantorial
world as
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SATURDAY NIGHT AT
12:30 P. M.
RESERVE YOUR SEATS NOW AT BETH TF1LAH AND
ASSURE YOURSELF OF AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY
REV. SHYE JACOBSON. President, and
MR. ISRAEL DIAMOND, Chairman of Seating Committee
sentatives designated by the
United Nations and one repre-
sentative of each of the recog-
nized faiths having an interest
in the matter, as may be deter-
mined by the United Nations.
III. Jewish Immigration Into
Palestine
For a period of three years
from the beginning of the tran-
sitional period, Jewish immigra-
tion shall be permitted into the
Jewish state in such numbers
as not to exceed its absorptive
capacity, and having due regard
for the rights of the existing pop-
ulation within that state and their
anticipated natural rate of in-
crease. An international com-
mission, composed of three Arab,
three Jewish and three United
Nations representatives, shall be
appointed to estimate the absorp-
tive capacity of the Jewish state.
The commission shall cease to
exist at the end of the three-year
period mentioned above.
IV. Boundaries
The Arab area of the proposed
federal slate includes most of
the interior of the country ex-
cept for eastern Galilee and a
large area of the Beersheba sub-
district, which fall within the
boundaries of the Jewish area.
The Arabs are allotted the
coastal plain from Jaffa south
to the Egyptian frontier and the
western portion of the Beer-
sheba sub-district, including
Beersheba town, Aslup and
Auja, and a strip along the
whole length of the Egyptian
frontier to the Gulf of Aqaba.
Also within the Arab area, but
not contiguous with the area
just described, is western Gali-
lee, bounded on the west by
lhe Mediterranean from Acre
to Ras-en-Naqra. on the north
by Lebanon and including Sa-
fad to the east and Nazareth
to the south.
The Jewish area is likewise not
contiguous but divided into two
parts. It includes the coastal
plain from, but excluding, Acre
on the north, to Tel Aviv, with
a finger reaching southeast from
Tel Aviv through Rishon-leZion
and Rehovoth to the neighbor-
hood of the boundaries of the
Gaza and Hebon sub-districts.
The plain of Esdraelon forms a
bridge connecting this coastal
area with the Valley of Jczreel,
Beisan, Tiberias and the Huleh
Valley, which are likewise al-
lotted to the Jews. The Jewish
area to the south includes that
part of the Hebron sub-district
which lies south and east of Da-
hariya and Yalta and a rectang-
ular area of the Beersheba sub-
district bounded on the east by
the Wadi Araba and on the west
by a line drawn to the east of
Beersheba and Asluj and extend-
ing southward to approximately
latitude 30.3 degrees.
R. B. Gautier, jr., state legis-
lator, will address the members
of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith
at their luncheon today at 12:15
p.m. in the Downtown club. He
will speak on the proposed con-
solidation bill.
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Price oi Tickets: $10.00 $7.50 $5.00
The Ticket Committee will be in the building to
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commencing Monday, Sept. 8th. from 7:30 P. M.
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* Jewish fhridiain
PAGE NINE
ida Region
\s Atlantan
iKatt. Atlanta Ga., was
president of the south-
on, of Masada at the
convention held at the
hotel, Miami Beach,
lav week end.
officers are first vice
> Sidney Mazer, Birm-
fAla second vice presi-
larol'd George Shapiro,
fables; third vice presi-
Iriy Swirsky, Charleston,
corresponding secretary,
Rchoenberg, Atlanta, Ga.;
rf secretary, Stanley
(Orlando, Fla., and treas-
kvid Goldstein, New Or-
committee chairmen
litical actions, Charles
d Miami; chalutziut, Max
[Atlanta, Ga.; Palestine
l Seymour Fried, Birm-
; Ala.; Brandeis Camp in-
j Leon May, Nashville,
publicity and public rela-
brry Levy, Orlando, Fla.
javid Raab, Fort Lander-
Is., was named an honor-
feniber of the regional
he dose of the banquet
(George Shapiro, conven-
tinnan. presented a check
on behalf of the local
[chapter to treasurer, Da-
itein, which will be giv-
uganah.
fte convention it was de-
Jiat in the southeast, Ma-
|ould be co-ed, with the
cision resting in the hands
[local chapters.
Chapter To Meet
chapter, B'nai B'rith
will meet Monday, Sept.
8 p.m. at the home of
hilip Greenfield, 1694 West
liami Beach. Reports will
fd on the recent member-
rive, and plans will be
[for a fund-raising card
ind social in October,
port will be given on the
"Adopt-A-Family" proj-
fd i taken by the chapter,
mmunications will be read
khe families. The group
pids supplies of food regu-
lour European families.
Beth Jacob Begins
Membership Drive
Dr. Maurice Klein, vice presi-
dent in charge of membership of
Congregation Beth Jacob, has
launched a campaign to increase
the present membership of the
congregation to 1,000. Prelimi-
nary plans have already been
formulated, and a meeting with
the membership committee is
scheduled within the next few
days. Present membership com-
prises 600, which includes 200
members from almost every
state in the union.
Beth Jacob, the oldest syna-
gogue in Miami Beach and the
largest orthodox synagofjae in
Florida was founded in 1927.
The original synagogue at 311
Washington ave. was built in
1929. The modern synagogue now
standing at the corner of Third
st. and Washington ave. was com-
pleted in 1941. The pulpit of
white marble was donated by I
Mayor Marcie Liberman in mem-1
ory of his late father, Philip
Liberman, who was president of
the congregation at the time of
his death.
Original members are still ac-
tive in the affairs of the Con-
gregation and first and second
generation members serve to-
gether on the board of directors.
The original synagogue build-
ing is now used as a community
building and a Hebrew school j
with many" civic and religious
organizations meeting there reg-
ularly. Services are also held
there on special holidays to take
care of overflow attendance from
the main synagogue.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff has
been spiritual leader of the Con-
gregation for the past 10 years.
Rabbi Mescheloff, a Phi Beta
Kappa, is a summa cum laude
graduate of the College of the
City of New York and received
his ordination at the Yeshiva
Isaac Elchanan (Yeshiva univer-
sity). He is an officer and on
the executive directorate of sev-
eral national organizations, and
a member of the eight-man Na-
tional Kashruth commission of
the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
MAURICE KLEIN
ica. He is executive director of
the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth,
secretary of the local Rabbinical
association, chaplain of J. W. V.
Post No. 174, and serves on the
board of the local Youth center
and other civic and religious or-
ganizations.
Cantor Louis D. Feder, lyric
baritone, is starting his third year
of service with Beth Jacob.
The Beth Jacob Hebrew school,
where children from six to 16
receive an orthodox Jewish edu-
cation is open throughout the
year. It has a Sunday school and
a five-day a week daily religious
school. Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky,
vice president, is chairman of the
board of education. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff is principal. The entire
faculty consists of graduates of
Teachers college of Yeshiva uni-
versity.
Mr. Louis "Jack" Satin, presi-
dent of the congregation is a re-
tired businessman and civic lead-
er. Immediately upon assuming
the presidency less than six
months ago, he personally took
an active leading part in a fund-
raising drive for the installation
of an air cooling system in the
synagogue. Today workmen are
busy installing one of the most
modern air conditioning systems
available to be in operation dur-
ing the High Holy Day services.
Plans are being formulated by
Mr. Satin, the officers, and the
board of directors for additional
improvements in the future
which will add to the comfort of
the worshippers.
M. B. Frank and David Gold-
stein, former presidents are to-
day honorary presidents. Harry
Wasserman, one of the founders,
and Attorney Martin Genet, com-
plete the roster of vice presidents.
Irving Genet is recording secre-
tary, and Hyman Galbut is finan-
cial secretary. Mayor Marcie Li-
berman is treasurer.
"It is inspiring to me," states
Dr. Klein, vice mayor of Miami
Beach, "that in our city, known
the world over as a 'playground,'
all our houses of worship are
constantly filled, and it is a
source of personal pride that Beth
Jacob stands ever-ready and
equipped to do its part in serv-
ing its people and our commu-
nity. I appeal to my many
friends to help me put this drive
over the top and urge all who
are willing to serve, to contact
me personally by calling 5-2832."
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Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
INSIDE ZIONISM:
Zionist leadership is preparing
:: ternal struggle .'. .
Leader.- ol the two opposing fac-
will be David Ben Gurion
and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, re-
tively Behind the fight
i the issue of whether the execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency should
nmain a coalition of all groups.
lid be Labor-dominated
... It must be remembered that
i present executive was not
elected by the World Zionist Con-
tress, but by the Zior.jst Actions
Committee .'. The Actions Com-
ttee can at any time change
the composition of the executive
rough new elections With
;,p. eve on the expected decision
r.f the Ur.ittd Nations with re-
tard to the status of Palestine.
Gurion is particularly inter-
i -ted in securing a change in the
nt coalition executive in
which Doctor Silver has great in-
fluence A Labor-dominated
executive would, naturally, pave
the way for the establishment of
a Labor cabinet should the deci-
of the United Nations be
favorable to partition, confedera-
tion, or any form of fedcraliza-
tion acceptable to the Jews .
From the point of view of the
st- of the labor groups in
tine. Ben Gurion's fight
st a coalition executive is
derstandable Howe%-er. the
Genera] Zionists and the Mizrachi
are rallying behind Doctor Silver
to maintain the coalition estab-
, by the Actions Committee
tight months ago

MEN AND DEEDS:
Meet Mr. Frank Cohen, the
father" of the project to train
25.000 families of displaced Jews
Quoddy Village, at Eastport,
Maine, for eventual settlement as
qualified workers in Latin Amer-
ican countries ... A modest but
active man. Cohen has done much
foi Pal" stine in the past, without
any publicity The "Quoddy"
idea came to him after reading so
much about the plight of the dis-
d Jews and seeing how little
- being done to take them from
the camps ... A man of action.
di cided to do something about
it single-handed and on a large
scale, since everything he does is
done on a large scale During
the war he delivered from his
armament plar/ S
of guns, gun mount
; tank armor to :h< Brit
! month He
- Maritime Co:r
000 contract for bui
ships Waj
controlled compar.
of S300.000.0u0
ploys several I
:n his tractot factories
industrial enterpi ises .
working 12 to it he
pays himself or.ly $2!
. His company ;
into expansion Fifteen |
cent
charity fund a
ed ... Raised
educated at Colurr.:
a Ph.D. thesis m 1911 n
was then the re1
ory of an annual igi
sonal industries Ori|
intended to be at
nomics, but be:
to look around he four:
in business H
was an unlike!;.
American oil prod.; I
Palestine The first
netted him S20.000. Inti
:ng out his
ect. he is determim
his assets as t
ary transit vis
the Jewish DP-
to settle permanent Latii
America li
the talk of the
among Jews, hut als in V.'
ington .

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Jews who know .bout
Judaism, as well as non-Ji ws
who are curiou it Ju
will find in Rabbi Milt
A. F. GIVEN
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x individual and
A regimen of rite,
v ... A body
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igh which the
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h Judiaism is
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not oi iifferent Jews, but
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1947
Miami, London Synagogues Differ,
Says Visiting Cantor From England
Synagogue organization is much different in London, Cantor
Abiaham Behrman, formerly of the Willesden Synagogue there,
said this week. Cantor Behrman will officiate for Slichos and
the High Holy Days services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation.
The orthodox synagogues Of
L,u!on belong to one of two eMery for the women. Daily
Cioups, the Federation of Ortho- services at Willesden, the largest
dox Synagogues or the Union of orthodox synagogue in London,
Orthodox Synagogues. Of the 60- attaets an average of 100 per-
sons, and week-end services, an
average of 500. President of the
Willesden synagogue is Sir Waley
Cohen, head of the Shell Oil co.
of Great Britain.
Economic conditions in Eng-
land are very bad, and the cost
of living is extremely high, Can-
tor Behrman said. There are ad-
ditional restrictions on non-citi-
zens.
The 44-year-old cantor is orig-
inally from Amsterdam, the
Netherlands, and was one of the
first Wagnerian singers in the
Netherlands and Belgium. He is
married and has two daughters,
one of whom was married just
before he left for America.
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odd synagogues in London, over
40 belong to the Union. These
organizations direct all the activ-
ities for each member synagogue.
All monies are forwarded to the
"head office," which takes care
of payment of personnel and the
expenditure of money for all pur-
poses.
Alterations or any activities
which involve expenditures must
he referred to the "head office"
for approval. "In the case of a
vacancy in a synagogue, the va-
cancy is reported, and the "head
office" sends applicants to the
synagogue. All positions are for
life, and each employee is on a
three-year trial, prior to accept-
ance.
The lay population is not al-
lowed at the altar, and there is a
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Although it has been on the air
only 3 weeks, the Yiddish Clas-
sical hour, conducted by Maurice
Nasatir over radio station WINZ,
has proved so popular that 15
minutes have been added to the
full hour, starting at noon, Sun-
day, Sept. 7, station officials an-
nounced. Nasatir, former play-
wright, theatre manager, pro-
moter and newspaper man, offers
classical, liturgical and folk mu-
sic, translating all Yiddish into
English during the course of the
program.
State Social Agency Gets
New Executive Secretary
Mrs. Constance Pringle Rudd,
of St. Petersburg, prominent in
social welfare circles of the state,
has been appointed executive sec-
retary of the Florida State Con-
ference of Social Work, it was
announced here today by Leland
W. Hiatt, conference president.
Hiatt said that Mrs. Rudd was
selected for the position of her
background of administrative ex-
perience, her thorough knowledge
of the aims of the conference,
and her wide acquaintanee in
all sections of Florida. She is
a past-president and past vice
president of the conference, and
was its part-time secretary when
the war intervened.
The State Conference of Social
Work is composed of individuals,
lay and professional, represent-
ing public and private well are
agencies, who are interested in
the advancement of social wel-
fare. It is supported by mem-
beship dues. Employment of a
full-time executive secretary was
authorized at its annual meet-
ing this year in Miami, with the
view of better serving all sec-
tions of the state on a year-
around basis. Mrs. Rudd will
maintain headquarters in -St.
Petersburg.
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tournament under the direction
of Perry Botwin, sports director.
Men's singles and doubles play is
scheduled to begin on Sept. 21st
with the first round being played
that week. The second round will
be played the 27th and 28th;
semi-finals on Oct. 4lh, Saturday,
and finals on Oct 5th, Sunday.
All qualifying rounds will be
played at Henderson park, 10th
ave. and N.W. Third st. Gold
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the winning doubles team. Prizes
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meeting of the lodge on Oct. 14th.
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The next meeting of the
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association will be held at the
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% h FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER j PAGE FOUR Editorial UNSCOP Report The long-awaited report of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine is at hand. The special ^^^ nineteenth qroup to study the perplexing Pales ne problem, u "ed practically'every b/of time allotted to * < By delivering the report 15 minutes before the ^P !" ter J deadline, the" gentlemen dispersed the rumors and lea rs that the findings would be delayed and thus upse the plannec Local Organization Plans Observance Of Education Month [ Mm u schools and 1.9001 in the feunday schools during the academic year '47-'48." stated Mr Max Meisel. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. This based upon the conS-STS acTion byVe Uni^d No*, genera! on *JJ-J KWi September 16. iind the registration increase of That the lengthy findings are not the complete fulfillment ^^*^£aSX of the aspirations and justifiable demands on Palestine.made There ^^^hools, inby Jewish representation is not surprising Many loopholes Miami ten JewrvativCi and weak spots dot the plan. The United Nations must first < r Yiddish 'and an all-day approve these findings. Great Britain must then accept these ^ s vn schoolg n ,. c affill recommendations and without subterfuge or delay put machinery ^ wj(h lhp Burcnu of Jcwish in action to accomplish the termination of the mandate and the Ediu .. ltum w hich assists them in establishment of the independent Jewish and Arab states. I carryin g out a n effective educaJewish immigration must commence immediately. Several tional program. Close to loo British spokesmen have indicated disapproval of the findings | teachers staff the schools. n„H Amhnntton. have alreadv sianified an all-out effort to The afternoon Hebrew school will open on Monday. r->ept. o. and Arab nations have already sig defeat the UNSCOP report. Very evident at this time is the important roU Registration is already taking States" will have to play with the present Palestine question.i place,ta some of tj,em and^wiU The success or failure of the proposed partition plan may hinge |" tinu< um ,M !" on the American position. Britain will probably ask for Amen-1 f he followlng is a i ist of schools can aid in effectuating the program and possible military assistj ^ GlviU ,,. M ami: once during the transition period. I Mi;mii Betn David. 135 N W. At one time our own President was moved by considerations:.^^ aye Hebrew and Sunday of mercy alone, we hope, into asking Britain to admit 100,000 <( .' h ,, nl (Conservative); Coral Gaol the homeless Jews into Palestine. But the political duel with h](S j ew j sn center. 3306 Ponce British politicians seemed to have weakened his errand of ( | t L,, lin blvd., Sunday school; mercy. When the general assembly was considering the Palestine problem, on Britain's request, our statesmen were strangely and viciously silent on America's attitude toward the problem. They justified their silence on the alleged around that any statement might prejudice the issue. They used all manner of excuses to extricate themselves from a simple duty. Now that the U.N. commission has made a decision, the United States must break the silence with an aggressive attitude toward implementing the United Nations findings. Despite Sixth st. and Jefferson ave„ allBritish reluctance and outright Arab opposition, it is considered day school (Orthodox); Miami that the proposed partition scheme had a good chance of acBeach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid ceptance by the United Nations, but only if the United States :i agreed to help finance the difficult transition period leading to independence. Calm study by Jewish leadership we feel will result in acceptance of the UNSCOP report, providing they are convinced that Great Britain will give way without further dallying. It must be remembered that by no means does this represent the solution of the Jewish problem overseas. lopturned-jngNAt shrdlu shrdlu shrdluetaoin shrdlueta uneuen UNSCOP Committee Makes Recommendations Miami Jewish Orthodox. 1545 S. W. Third St.. five-day school (Orthodox); Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st.. Sunday school Reform); Workmen's Circle, 1567 S W. Fifth st., three-day school (Yiddish). Miami Beach: Beth Jacob. 311 Washington ave., five-day school (Orthodox); Hebrew Academy. (Continued from Page 1) places shall be insured in accordance with existing rights. (b) The present rights of the several religious communities shall not be impaired or denied. (c) An adequate system for the impartial settlement of religious disputes shall be devised. (d) Specific stipulations regarding these matters shall be inserted in the constitution or constitutions of any independent Palestinian state or states which may be created. 6. The General Assembly should undertake immediately the initiation and execution of an international arrangement whereby the problem of the distressed European Jews, of whom approximately 250,000 are in assembly centers, will be dealt with as a matter of extreme urgency for the alleviation of their plight and of the Palestine problem. 7. It shall be a prior condition to the granting of independence that the political structure of the new state or states, including its constitution or other fundamental law, shall be basically democratic, i.e., representative in character. The constitution shall contain guarantees of essential human rights and fundamental freedoms and safeguards to protect the rights and interests of minorities. 8. A prior condition to independence shall also be the incorporation in the constitution of basic principles of the Charter of the United Nations, including the obligation to settle international disputes by peaceful means and to refrain in international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state or in any manner Inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations. 9. It shall be accepted as a cardinal principle that the preservation of &f *•• •'"Annmic unity of Palestine is indispensable to the life and development of the country and its peoples. 10. States whose nationals in the past enjoyed in Palestine the privileges and immunities of foreigners. including consular jurisdiction by capitulation or usage in the Ottoman Empire, should be invited by the United Nations to renounce any lights pertaining to them in the tablishment of such privi and immunities in an independent Palestine. 11. The General Assembly call on the peoples of Palestine to extend their fullest co-operation to the United Nations in its effort to devise and put into effect an equitable and workable means of settling the difficult situation prevailing there, and to this end, in the interest of peace, good order, and lawfulness, to exert every effort to bring to an early end the acts of violence which have for too long beset that country. 12. The committee agreed, with two dissenting votes, to a 12th recommendation as follows: In the appraisal of the Palestine question it should be accepted as incontrovertible that any solution for Palestine cannot be considered as a solution of the Jewish problem in general, servative); Temple Beth Sholom. 1144 Chase ave., Hebrew and Sunday (Liberal >. The Sunday schools are scheduled to open with a Succoth party %  m Sunday, Oct. 5. Meisel also announced that the local Bureau of Jewish Education will join with other communities throughout the country in the obervance of Jewish Education Month and Week, which opens p Sept 7 and will continue through Oct. 15. Established ago by the American Association for Jewish Edu-ation. Jewish Education Month has become an important means of focusing attention on the urgency and importance of Jewish education, During this month, the bureau will engage in numerous activities, A P, Gannes, i xi cutive dir, stated. Among these activities will be an intensive registration campaign, which will be n by means of telephone and mail; several :adio broadcasts, which will be devoted to the theme of J, education, the first one being scheduled for Sunday. Sept. 21 •n WIN/ at noon; Jewish Education Sabbath will be observi ^ry congregation, the tentative date being Oct. 11. and the distribution of circulars on "Whv I Give My Children A Jewish Education." TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. fJtAictbt Confidential (Copyright. 14S. S.v.n Art* F.atura Syndicate Br PHIMEA8 J. BIHON Jewish Calendar 1047 Rosh Hashanah Mon., Tues.. Sept. 15-16 Fast of Gedaliah Wed., Sept. 17 Yom Kippur Wed., Sept. 24 Sukkos—1st day Mon., Sept. 29 Hosha'nah Rabbah Sun., Oct. 5 Shemini Azeret Mon., Oct. 6 Simhat Torah Tues., Oct. 7 Jurist fhrlkfton Published ITS HAPPENING III III The Georgia Tribune of Columbus, Ga., which has a circular I of 30 000 is carrying on an intensive anti-Semitic campaign 2 publi-hed and edited by Jack Johnston, who calls himself P Johnston even though he is no clergyman ... The Tribune hastjbj up the cudgels for Homer Loomis, leader of the Fascist Col Urabi J Loomis has been convicted, as you remember, but is out on bt havii R appealed the verdict .. Although under bond, he has n, | discontinued his anti-democratic, anti-Semitic propaganda Johnston's Tribune is attacking the Atlanta police department J preventing Loomis from holding public meetings Under ti, circumstances it was but natural for a number of Jewish busine* men to withdraw their advertisements from the Tribune Am now "Parson" Johnston is raising the cry that the Jews of Georga are attempting to gag the freedom of the press Yes, this, happening in our country—and can happen only because there is no I Federal law outlawing anti-Semitism IX MEMOIIIAM.. • Senator Theodore G. Bilbo did not expiate his sins because he I died Nor does his death sanctify him But if you read the Associated Press dispatches about his death and the obituary J counting his career you may well have gained the impression thai one of America's greatest Democrats had passed away ft memorial sermon preached by the Rev. Mr. Nix had as its ten: "I have fought the good fight; I have finished my course; I havt kept my faith." Now the Rev. Mr. Nix certainly went toola The American public will remember Bilbo in the same sen* as the Norwegians remember Quisling Bilbo will stand in tin annals of American history as a stubborn bigot whose death cannot j whit wash his shameful democratic record ... It is frightful to knot | that a man of God is endeavoring to keep Bilboism alive .. SECRET PUBLICATION... Even if you are very much interested in reading "Fascism is Action," issued by the Library of Congress, you're out of luck ... This 200-page book, which is said to give a clear picture of the grwri of Fascism throughout the world, was published in an edition i only 500 copies Not even enough to supply all the members i Congress We find it rather difficult to understand why the book was published at all if it's intended to remain a secret .. MISCELLANY... Meyer Levin's motion picture on Palestine, "My Father's House," which is being unveiled this week, is the best movie ever produced in Palestine ... It has a real human story, and wonderful photography The three reports the United Nations commission fas brought forth in its labors to produce a solution to the Palestine problem have been nicknamed the "three little mice" by cynics of the British Colonial Office The Rev. Richard E. Evans, who was the victim of an accident on New York's Fifth Avenue, is no longer with the Churchman! "Sermon of the Year" project Edward G. Robinson, the movie star, is contemplating a trip to Palestine ... So is Paul MuniBilly Rose, impresario and columnist, would like to start a movement to bring 5,000 children of DP's to this country He saji that the minors in the European DP camps are physically and psychologically doomed unless they are gotten out forthwith ... Robert Youi.g's five-minute speech against anti-Semitism in the movie "Crossfire" will be issued as a record John Gunther's insii U.S.A." gives hardly any attention to the minority problems in tin country Mrs. Franz Werfel. widow of the great German Jewish writer, wants to deny the persistent rumors that she is about acquire a new husband MAW OF SPIRIT... Congratulations to Dr. Arthur S. Abramson on his 34th birthday Doctor Abramson, a native of Montreal, works in medical rehabilitation division at the Bronx Veterans' hospital." He is a veteran himself ... In the Battle of the Bulge he got I sniper's bullet in his spine and lost the use of his legs Abrams* is a genius in field of physical medicine and rehabilitation .. J Is the inventor of new methods in medical therapy ... And he d< all his work from a wheelchair ... A unique example of the spirt overcoming the weakness of the flesh ... We salute you. DocW Abramson, S3 tTE^ttsL* .A\S: Nw.p SD VrV.>ioH d ;Vr t E ,? 8 A, h 0 vl e r; h 0 ,5W ,PT,0 ^ AT S T o Year.;;;; "-00 FRED K SHOCHEf Editor and Publlah.r Telephones 2-1141—.9.0910 OFFICE and PLAN? 2 __J2MJ 1 ^_Sbrth 8K| !" ^ !" 2 u N^eTTe Friday, September 5, 1947 SLUL JO, 5707 State B.B. Federation Elects Jack Abbott 'Continued from Page 1) CO, launched a state-wide membership drive for 900 members, •nc.ng Oct. 1. Charles R. Juonson, executive secretary of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith council, announced that the campaign^ with a quota of 500 new !" S for the Dade county area will commence Oct 19 rf w F1 £ da State Association Mr, 5" 0 X ith W men elected MrT H c ar ry G "n f Miami and Mrs Sol Goldstrom of Miami Bea.h as trustees. Mrs Tena Katz President of the Sholem eli,H, W mens cha P ter was elected treasurer of the state association, and Mr8 Sam H Goldman, Sholem lodge. Woinej chapter past president, was ma* historian. _. ,, Milton Klein and Oscar S* represented the Coral G*" lodge of. B'nai B'rith at the vention. and the Mesdames rs Katz, Isaac Levin, Nathan Ad* man. Charles Adelman Charles R. Jacobson reprt*"? the Sholem lodge Women scwr ter at the convention. H. A. (Hi) Bindtr •BjJ prlndp.1 IP.1^. nual convention of tn ^ •rs Insurance co., % %  ? b. held |l the i^*V; hotel, Dayiona 9*£Su Sept. 5th. His —lL!?a "How to Wrta-sMUto"**. MM.II*



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.v *' !" %  < • i PAGE TEN +Jt:*istncrklkM MPAY.jBPteJ f < Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. INSIDE ZIONISM: Zionist leadership is preparing :: ternal struggle .'. Leader.ol the two opposing facwill be David Ben Gurion and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, retively Behind the fight i the issue of whether the executive of the Jewish Agency should nmain a coalition of all groups. lid be Labor-dominated ... It must be remembered that %  i present executive was not elected by the World Zionist Contress, but by the Zior.jst Actions Committee .'. The Actions Comttee can at any time change the composition of the executive • rough new elections With ;,p. eve on the expected decision r.f the Ur.ittd Nations with retard to the status of Palestine. Gurion is particularly interi -ted in securing a change in the nt coalition executive in which Doctor Silver has great influence .•• A Labor-dominated executive would, naturally, pave the way for the establishment of a Labor cabinet should the deciof the United Nations be favorable to partition, confederation, or any form of fedcralization acceptable to the Jews From the point of view of the stof the labor groups in tine. Ben Gurion's fight st a coalition executive is derstandable Howe%-er. the Genera] Zionists and the Mizrachi are rallying behind Doctor Silver to maintain the coalition estab, by the Actions Committee tight months ago • • • • • • MEN AND DEEDS: Meet Mr. Frank Cohen, the •father" of the project to train 25.000 families of displaced Jews %  Quoddy Village, at Eastport, Maine, for eventual settlement as qualified workers in Latin American countries ... A modest but active man. Cohen has done much foi Pal" stine in the past, without any publicity The "Quoddy" idea came to him after reading so much about the plight of the disd Jews and seeing how little being done to take them from the camps ... A man of action. • di cided to do something about it single-handed and on a large scale, since everything he does is done on a large scale During the war he delivered from his armament plar/ S %  of guns, gun mount ; tank armor to :h< Brit month He Maritime Co:r 000 contract for bui ships Waj controlled compar. of S300.000.0u0 • ploys several I :n his tractot factories industrial enterpi ises working 12 to it "•• he pays himself or.ly $2! His company ; into expansion Fifteen | cent charity fund A ed ... Raised educated at Colurr.: a Ph.D. thesis m 1911 n was then the re 1 ory of an annual igi sonal industries Ori| intended to be at nomics, but be: to look around he four: in business H was an unlike!;. American oil prod.; I Palestine The first netted him S20.000. Inti :ng out his ect. he is determim his assets as t ary transit vis the Jewish DP% %  to settle permanent Latii America li the talk of the among Jews, hut als in V.' ington • • • BASIC JUDAISM: Jews who know .bout Judaism, as well as non-Ji ws who are curiou it Ju will find in Rabbi Milt A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 fcnd B. star* Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacxo Protest TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our ram it End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Cr*k K1--BJudaism" just what i king • • P"bI by Harcourt, Brace & Co.. new volume of Doctor SteinABC of Judaism ..plaining that it is a com.,.,. elements, the hands, the product and conditions •r.ents of which ,:, ;: .,„sed according ire the follow.. ne concerning inverse, and man x individual and A regimen of rite, v ... A body A sai red literature ... igh which the ic| ;. ssion • %  • e of Israel ... 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PAGE TWO +Je*lstrtojdto£FRIDAY, ^TEMBQi, -* Double-Ring Ceremony Unites Harry Popkins Double-ring wedding ceremony of Miss Mona Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rubin. 345 Collins ave., Miami Beat-rand Harry Popkin, Augusta. Ga.. took place Sunday at the Shelborne hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff performed the 7:30 p.m. rites, with Cantor Maurice Mamches assisting. A dinner at the hotel for guests followed. Miss Rosalie Kaiser. Hartford. Conn., was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Edith Cohen, H-.'.en Swetnick. Mae Robbing, and Phyllis Rosenthai. Herman Popkin. Atlanta, Ga.. was best man tor his brother, and ushers included Benjamin Popk::ithei I th< ridegroom. end Larry Ru The bride was graduated from Miami Beach High school and the University I A where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Shi en employee, as a teachei at the Central Beach E tary school Mr. Popkin at! I schools in (.;. ..: %  .: > :-. .. .i mg graduate work at Tula: t university, New Orleans, La. Afti "S the state of Georgi .. I < couple will make their home in New Orleans. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ney and Mr I Mrs. Benjamin Popkin. Atlanta, Ga. Luncheon Will Honor Miss Evelyn E. Zinner A luncheon in honor of brideelect Evelyn E Zinner will given ..t tht S.. 1: • .• hotel Miami Beach. Wednesday, Sept 10 .-.-. : pjn. bj Mrs Sam Auerbach, 1575 Drexel ave., Miami Bea M 5s Zinner is th ride-elect of Steve:-. H. Auei fc aei A .. %  • %  as given Sept 3rd by Mrs Doran D. Zinner. 1860 $ W. Third ave., s.s: i in-law of Miss Zinner. BEACHITE TO WED Wi dding of Miss 51 irley Green, bau::-. of New V rk City and Seymour Friend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Friend, Miami Beac.-.. will take place in New York City on Oct. 12th She is tl e daughter o: Mr. and ..:s Greenbaum, New V After a trip to Mexico, the couple will make theii home on Miami 3'.... I tirdines Little boys' slack suit $2-98 Long legged stack* just .ike dad's' Neat for school easy to play in easy to launder. Blue, creen, or tar. washable oxlord cloth. Sizes 3 to 6 in the group. $398 Little girls' plaid dress Lovable, cool little dress for a lovable little girl to wear on her first day at school. Bright gTeen or blue plaid. Sizes 3 to 6 in the group. MIA.-.' -JTTI.K BOYS' AN Ai'PAP.EU RTH FL Personally Speaking Mrs. Morris Badanes. 126 **£^gi£^£ an extended vacation inNewW^ which she wiU Paramount hotel in South Fullsburg, N. X* a ^ ^^ visit friends and relatives in New York Uty to Miami late in October. and sons, Paul and Elliott, and Mr. Sam Shapiro. Mrss Edith Cohen, daughter of Dr.A LCoi !" h .returned from New York, where she attended Columbia un.vers. y is doing work on a master of arts degree. riz.A-7 ther I p. o. Box .. i .'. Fl.i. rformed by Rabbi Irving Leh ssisted by Cantor Jai %  Goldring. Givi ige by Maurice A'itz, the bride wore a gown ,,i w ppei satin fashioned with hoop skirt and cathedral H fingi tip veil of illua lace tiara trimblos oms. The ., Bible covered leniaa and • Leo Pollock, matron of tel print gown, G maid of pink and Both carried : Bri lesmaida • Lui ille Yagoda, ind Roslyn Worth, ti I gowns and ca'rb.mquets of flowers. ... s best man for I, Am. ild Si her. Her| Stanley Speiler sen ushers. For 1 wedding, •i I ,: royal blue a corsage of orcl ids. T: e >>: idegroom'a i.vn of pink lac* and wore an .... ding, the couple trip to North %  Great Smokies, .:..' .i grey gabaruil ...' wine snake-km i Mrs. .i gra luate of H chool and atUniversity of Miami. secretary of the I icl unit of Junior Haof the Rose B*i ai B*nth and the Saw Happy New Year TO RELATIVES and FRIENDS IN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ROSH HASHONA EDITION Convenient inexpensive Your Greeting problem is solved bv flil. ~ NO ST. 0 : he *—< o. 9 .l y g Z^Z: : : I'hnni' 2-1366 Axmn ACB unit one* To Wed Alvu, fcj Announcement M I, Turchm, 1030 Fo Ur £>l am, Beach, of .he^M thendaughter, Ludn* Kroll, son of r?* Berger. 79 oo Cola*,* Miss Turchin is *• University of Mi**|i she is a member of AwJ Phi son,,,,. aJJjf.1 the University lf r TM Mr. Kroll attended L*J State university and Tiutj versity and is a n-.cm^S Beta Tau fraternity £j war. he served in VS I. Levitts CelebrotT \ Silver Anniversary Twenty-fifth weddimgl sary was celebrated by fc] Mrs. Isadore Levitt on Awl with a party at the horn?*] and Mrs. Jules b vnt, \^A ave.. brother and sister-in3 Mr. Levitt. Out-of-town guests Mr,-. Marie Twilley nZ] Mrs. Levitt. Hollywood, N and Mrs. Edward Dowd,| Compton, Calif. Mayor Marcie Liberty, master of ceremoniet Leonard Tobins Say I Vows In New York Weddinu of Miss B stein, daughter of Mr. and! Jacob Bernstein, Brooklyn.!] and Leoi ard Tobir, son oil and Mrs. S. H. Tobin. 5501 igan ave. Miami Beat i place yesterday at TwmCaJ Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobnd Mrs. Hamld Tobii sister-in-law of the bridef attended the wedding. Junior league of the M Jewish Community center. Her husband was gno from the Milford school ml ford, Conn., the UnivensH Pennsylvania, and the W Riddle School of Aviatttl present he B student t\ school of law, University ami, and is a member o Delta Pr i "• He for three ai d one-half ya] the AAF and holds a cor" sion as first lieutena Air Corps reserve. When th< v return frorsJ honeymoon, the couple winr their home at 2855 Royal i %  ve., Miami Beach. <&&32Z I* thetttST ATBOTri miATT\i|[:ncoLr OPEN 11:46 SUNDAMAMt* I The story of a BOXg JU s girl who lo^ show busines* %  %  Loved a guy • • • A B0 loved children • • And found •* derful way to ba all three! iroi o "Mother Wore Tight*" BETTY GRABLE DAN DAILEY Mona Freeman Connie Marsh* 1 §s



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SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 *• Jewish fhridiain PAGE NINE ida Region \ s Atlantan iKatt. Atlanta Ga., was president of the south£ on of Masada at the convention held at the hotel, Miami Beach, lav week end. officers are first vice > Sidney Mazer, Birmf A la • second vice presilarol'd George Shapiro, fables; third vice presiIriy Swirsky, Charleston, corresponding secretary, Rchoenberg, Atlanta, Ga.; rf secretary, Stanley (Orlando, Fla., and treaskvid Goldstein, New Orcommittee chairmen litical actions, Charles d Miami; chalutziut, Max [Atlanta, Ga.; Palestine L Seymour Fried, Birm; Ala.; Brandeis Camp inj Leon May, Nashville, publicity and public relabrry Levy, Orlando, Fla. javid Raab, Fort LanderIs., was named an honorfeniber of the regional he dose of the banquet (George Shapiro, conventinnan. presented a check on behalf of the local [chapter to treasurer, Daitein, which will be givuganah. fte convention it was deJiat in the southeast, Ma|ould be co-ed, with the cision resting in the hands [local chapters. Chapter To Meet chapter, B'nai B'rith will meet Monday, Sept. 8 p.m. at the home of hilip Greenfield, 1694 West liami Beach. Reports will fd on the recent memberrive, and plans will be [for a fund-raising card ind social in October, port will be given on the "Adopt-A-Family" projfd i taken by the chapter, mmunications will be read khe families. The group pids supplies of food regulour European families. Beth Jacob Begins Membership Drive Dr. Maurice Klein, vice president in charge of membership of Congregation Beth Jacob, has launched a campaign to increase the present membership of the congregation to 1,000. Preliminary plans have already been formulated, and a meeting with the membership committee is scheduled within the next few days. Present membership comprises 600, which includes 200 members from almost every state in the union. Beth Jacob, the oldest synagogue in Miami Beach and the largest orthodox synagofjae in Florida was founded in 1927. The original synagogue at 311 Washington ave. was built in 1929. The modern synagogue now standing at the corner of Third st. and Washington ave. was completed in 1941. The pulpit of white marble was donated by I Mayor Marcie Liberman in mem-1 ory of his late father, Philip Liberman, who was president of the congregation at the time of his death. Original members are still active in the affairs of the Congregation and first and second generation members serve together on the board of directors. The original synagogue building is now used as a community building and a Hebrew school j with many" civic and religious organizations meeting there regularly. Services are also held there on special holidays to take care of overflow attendance from the main synagogue. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff has been spiritual leader of the Congregation for the past 10 years. Rabbi Mescheloff, a Phi Beta Kappa, is a summa cum laude graduate of the College of the City of New York and received his ordination at the Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan (Yeshiva university). He is an officer and on the executive directorate of several national organizations, and a member of the eight-man National Kashruth commission of the Rabbinical Council of AmerMAURICE KLEIN ica. He is executive director of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, secretary of the local Rabbinical association, chaplain of J. W. V. Post No. 174, and serves on the board of the local Youth center and other civic and religious organizations. Cantor Louis D. Feder, lyric baritone, is starting his third year of service with Beth Jacob. The Beth Jacob Hebrew school, where children from six to 16 receive an orthodox Jewish education is open throughout the year. It has a Sunday school and a five-day a week daily religious school. Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, vice president, is chairman of the board of education. Rabbi Mescheloff is principal. The entire faculty consists of graduates of Teachers college of Yeshiva university. Mr. Louis "Jack" Satin, president of the congregation is a retired businessman and civic leader. Immediately upon assuming the presidency less than six months ago, he personally took an active leading part in a fundraising drive for the installation of an air cooling system in the synagogue. Today workmen are busy installing one of the most modern air conditioning systems available to be in operation during the High Holy Day services. Plans are being formulated by Mr. Satin, the officers, and the board of directors for additional improvements in the future which will add to the comfort of the worshippers. M. B. Frank and David Goldstein, former presidents are today honorary presidents. Harry Wasserman, one of the founders, and Attorney Martin Genet, complete the roster of vice presidents. Irving Genet is recording secretary, and Hyman Galbut is financial secretary. Mayor Marcie Liberman is treasurer. "It is inspiring to me," states Dr. Klein, vice mayor of Miami Beach, "that in our city, known the world over as a 'playground,' all our houses of worship are constantly filled, and it is a source of personal pride that Beth Jacob stands ever-ready and equipped to do its part in serving its people and our community. I appeal to my many friends to help me put this drive over the top and urge all who are willing to serve, to contact me personally by calling 5-2832." JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins A Wash. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C1BD "DID Telephone 5-1017 Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 79748 Chef Special 65<* •DUTCH STEAK I SANDWICH DAILY BLUE giK^ PLATE from ***Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Personal Supervision of % C F. 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PAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 *Jewisti ncridH&n PAGE FIVE )LLYWOOD WOMEN ENOUNCE PLANS Executive board of the Ladies iliary of the Hollywood JewCommunity center held its meeting of the 1947-48 seal Tuesday, Aug. 26, at the ne of Mrs. Louis J. Golden, tsident. fa ^blighting the discussion I,-,. plans submitted by Mrs. Id'ire Orgel, chairman oft he Idore Orgel, chairman of the Jaar to be held Jan. 17th lough the 22nd. btl-er plans for the year m|dc a luncheon to be held at home of Mrs. Martin Wohl u monthly parties at the Center Siding. Each month various tonalities will be honored by piciing its customs and habits tough dress, entertainment, and feshments. planned for the first regular _eting of the auxiliary to be Id Sept. 2nd at 8 p.m. at the hter is a skit to be presented the members of the group. E Max Kaufman, Mrs. William iVks, and Mrs. Arthur Brill are jnbers of the program comStee. These meetings are open Iboth members and guests. hose in attendance at the lid meeting were: Mrs. Edgar Ivin. Mrs. Martin Wohl, Mrs. -A Kaufman. Mrs. Isadore Or\, Mrs. Lester Kravetz, Mrs. \A Manheim, Mrs. Jacob Gold, Arthur Brill, Mrs. Nathan fiitz, Mrs. Arthur Simons, Mrs. J. Sorin, and Mrs. Louis J. Iden. Ill lilts Hayride To Be Saturday The hayride which was originally scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 30th by the DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women has been postponed because of rain until Saturday, Sept. 6th. Miss Arlene Libman is chairman of the affair which is to be held at 8:30 p.m. at Dawson's ranch. All tickets which were bought for Aug. 30th will be honored next Saturday, and those who wish, to buy tickets may do so by contacting Miss Libman at 2-1822. All guests are asked to meet at the Miami YMHA, 1567 S.W. 5th street at 7:45 p.m. in order to provide additional transportation. \CH B'NAI B'RITH MEETS egular business meeting of the jmi Beach B'nai B'rith lodge ll be held Sept. 9 at 8:15 p.m. [the St. Moritz hotel, Miami hch. President Walter Kovner ounced this week. efreshments and a card party ll be featured after the meeting. (The Greater Miami area has ceived 122.000 new telephone toks, Clyde Taylor, city manLr for Southern Bell Telebone company, announced last eek. This is 30.000 more than ere distributed in the area ro years ago. h^Tu lores ^ O0f under ociu r building .V r0 \. Phone 3-4848 Junior Hadassah Plans Sept. 'Opening Hop' A Junior Hadassah Opening Hop will be held Saturday, Sept. 27th, at 9 p.m. in the Neptune room and patio of the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, Florence Hildebrandt, chairman of the membership and arrangements committee, announced this week. Assisting Miss Hildebrandt are the Misses Anita Kessler, hostessing chairman: Beverly Raphael and Trudi Lach, publicity; Roz Worth and Bobby Heyman, correspondence; Naomi Segal, tickets; Bernice Dogloff, door squad; and Bobby Devore, guest book. Home For Aged To Have Musical Entertainment A musical program will be featured at the Jewish Home for the Aged Wednesday, Sept. 10th, at 7:30 p.m. in honor of the homecoming of its officers. Mrs. Gertrude Covner, Mrs. Lillian Weinberg, Mrs. Fay Pollack, Mrs. Rose Davidow, and Miss Irene Jacobs provided transportation for members of the home Wednesday night for its regular weekly theatre visit. UNVEILING Unveiling of the monument to the memory of the late Harry Tupler, husband of Faye and father of Jeanette, Sylvia, and Leonard, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lohrman officiating. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. jwmpn *S* tpfi 1 Wm Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Truman Wants Visas (Continued from Page 1) migration service of the department of justice are discriminating against displaced persons who can comply with our immigration laws within existing quotas. The President expressed concern over this information and assured Sabath that he would again ask that no restrictions be placed upon persons who can qualify for immigration visas. President Truman also reiterated his support of the Stratton bill, now pending in congress, which provides for the admission of 40,000 displaced persons to the United States within a period of four years. He emphasized that the United States will take an active interest in the Palestine question when it comes before the United Nations general assembly next month, Representative Sabath said. (OMPL1H PISi CONTROL We SelL Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be held at The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street (comer Jefferson Ave.) Miami Beaeh During the Forthcoming Holidays ROSH HASHONO Sunday Evening, Sept. 14 Monday, Sept. 15 Tuesday, Sept. 16 YOM KIPPUR Tuesday Evening, Sept. 23 Wednesday, Sept. 24 The well-known Cantor. Reverend Twermky. will officiate Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily—7 p.m. to 10 p.m. every evening Students Invited To High Holiday Services University of Miami Hillel members may pick up complimentary tickets for the High Holy Days services at the Coral Gables Woman's club at the university bookstore, Rabbi Albert Michels, of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, announced this week. The services are under the auspices of the Coral Gables Jewish center. The club is located at 1009 E. Ponce de Leon blvd. DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 Men! 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Al a meeting of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami held at Temple Israel this week, the association reaffirmed the organization's resolution requiring a minimum of two years of Hebrew school training as a prerequisite for any Bar Mitzah ceremony at any of the synagogues in Greater Miami. 1 Hi: LEAR SCHOOL Kindergarten Through 12th Grade MORNING and ALL-DAY SESSIONS MORNING: Academic and Commercial Courses AFTERNOON: Music. Art, Dramatics, Swimming Large, Private Pool on Premises REGISTRATION STARTS SEPTEMBER 15th SCHOOL'BEGINS SEPTEMBER 29th IDA R. LEAR Phone 5-0606 Director 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach ACCOUNTANCY REGISTRATION NOW OPEN EVENING CLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 29, 1947 The Thorough, Concentrated College Level PACE COURSE In Accountancy and Business Administration PENINSULAR INSTITUTE PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 3-1570 /5w*0W/$w r-710 S. W. 12th AV. 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[y, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 *Jewi st) Meridian PAGE THREE ii B'rith Forum e Held Tuesday L is the Solution to the fed Persons Problem In will be the subject of 1,11 Hall Forum sponsored L n lodge, B'nai B'rith at \, n's club, Sept. 9th, y, at 8 p.m. £ipating in the forum will Lv Simonhoff, authority fcism; Mis. Max Dobrin, tit of the Greater Miami i,!i chapter; H e n n i n g political writer for the I \< ;ul<.'iii v To 0|M II (For School Year ) Opening sessions for the current school year at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, 918 Sixth St., Miami Beach, will begin Monday, Sept. 8th, at 8:30 a.m. The school, which has varied programs of education and aims to offer an exemplary American education in conjunction with an intensive Hebrew training, is the only school of its kind in the entire state of Florida. The Academy this year will limit its classes to the first five years of elementary school, with higher classes to be added next year. There are also kindergarten goups for children from the ^ ages of four to five and onehalf years. The school is coeducational. Only licensed teachers, certified by the state board of public instruction; in the English department, and expert and progressive instructors in the Hebrew department are employed. Classes will be held five days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Phyllis Blair To Be Wed To Chicagoan In Spring Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Blair, 6880 Harding ave., Miami Beach, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Phyllis, to Marshall M. Sager, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sager, Chic ago, 111. Miss Blair attended the University o f Miami, where she was pledged to Iota Alpha social sorority. She was also active in the Hillel foundation and the art department there. The couple plans an early spring wedding. Butchers Guild To Aid Public All kosher markets in Dade county will remain open all day Sunday, Sept. 14, because of Rosh Hashona falling on Monday, it was announced through the Kosher Butchers' Guild. The local association stated that its members wouldicooperate with the kosher-buying public in preparation for the holidays by adding this convenience for their customers. MRS. MAX DOBRIN Herald", and one other |r to be named later. Asge Louie Bandel will moderator and will invite from the audience at se n[ tht addresses by the S olem lodge committee i i anism and civic affairs fcr iiigcd this discussion as their educational pro|for the lodge membership. Aronovitz, chairman of Ifa.i. assisted by a commitI sod of John Kronen(1 Charles R. Jacobson, h ithe desire of B'nai afford a platform for |scussion of vital and conal problems. The Town irum offers the comrau^n excelli nt opportunity to opinions and to derive ^< < fits from this exchange It is hoped that, by calm |rank deliberation such as possible solution of the |ccrt pi rsons problem may I." Admission is free, Iru n eeting is open to the President Sam Silver will 1\ and Mr. Aronovitz will luce the speakers. Fink, Beckerman Rites Performed Sunday An out-door wedding ceremony on the terrace of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morty Gottlieb, 720 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach. Sunday, united Miss Gloria Hermine Fink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fink, 720 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, and Arthur Louis Btckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Beckerman, 642 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. A reception followed the 6:30 p.m. ceremony, which was performed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Amy Fink was maid of honor for her sister, and Janet Beckerman. sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaidFrederic Koren was best man, and Dick Fink, brother of the bride, was usher. Mr. and Mrs. Beckerman are both graduates of Miami Beach High school. He is a Navy veteran. The couple is honeymooning in New York. W A If T E II Mature, genial, cultured woman for five afternoons a week. Dictation and Office Routine. Write R.M.. Care Box 2973, Miami 18 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 3K. FOSTERS S T O It K 33 Northeast First Avenue r op In Comfort In Our Air-Conditioned Store r ICE SUPPLIES—ENGRAVING—OFFICE FURNITURE Cob urn School ANNOUNCES ITS 2:trd Re-Opening OCTOBER 1. 1947 PRF-SCHOOL THROUGH SENIOR HIGH 00 BAY DRIVE MIAMI BEACH >RMANDY ISLE PHONE 6-1011 iiilmii ..III.. s lii.ml i i )ui lull crews plus our ample facilities make possible your assurance of a building for THIS season's • income. DONT DELAY! Bring your plant lor Apt. Blags, or hotel* to R. R. Adler Adler Construction Co. Euclid Avenue Phone 5-4700 First meeting of the fall season of the Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women will be held Thursday. Sept. 11, at 8:30 p.m. ai the Beth David Talmud Torah. Veterans Campaign For Post Commander Active campaigning is being carried on this week by Obbie Rosenthal, veteran of World War II, and Michael M. Isenberg, attorney, who have been nominated for the post of commander of the Norman Bruce Brown post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans. Isenberg, also a vjeteran of World War II, was discharged from the infantry after five years with the rank of lieutenant-colonel in February, 1946. He is a member of B'nai B'rith and at present is judge advocate of the post. Elections will take place Monday night at 1545 S.W. Third st. Academy To Present Marionette Show Sunday A marionette circus will be presented Sunday, Sept. 7th, at the Greater Miami Hebrew academy, 918 Sixth st., Miami Beach, at 2 p.m. The program will include clowns, acrobats, wild animals, trapeze acts, and equestriennes on parade. The marionette performance is part of a program of festivities planned in conjunction with the opening of the academy on Monday. There will be refreshments. Admission will be free, and all children in the Greater Miami area are invited to attend. D0RE SCHARY proton fs ROBERT YOUNG ROBERT MITCHUM ROBERT RYAN GL03IA GRAHAME • PAUL KELLY SAM LEVENE Product! by ADRIAN SCOTT Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK !„... PI., I0MH PAXT0N Excellent! The first time in the experience of this writer that anti-Semitism has been handled openly. A film to be praised, praised again, and seen by all!" —N.Y.Post • • • A very, very excellent film! A thrilling murder mystery in which anti-Semitism in all its ugliness is brought to light!" —Jewish Day • • • "A forfnright attack on antiSemitism. One of the year's best films I" -Ntwtwk e e e "Boldly comes out and names a canker which infects democracy—anti-Semitism. Hardhitting!" —N.Y. Times • • • "A breath-taking movie...dealing openly and frankly with the plague of anti-Semitism I" —Jewish Journal • • • "Movie of the Weekl Deals frankly with an important issue: anti-Semitism. 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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 *Jewist meridian PAGE SEVEN INSCOP Report Urges Independent itotes for Jews. Arabs After 2 Years iContinued from Page 6) we8 t by the Mediterranean C. on the north by the frpntier the Lebanon from Ras en [.„. to Qadas; on the east by i, boundary starting from Qad* passes southward, west of Vfad W tl'-' southwestern corner ^e Salad sub-district; thence follows the western boundary Tiberias sub-district to a Unt ju^t east of Mount Tabor; [,,.„,, southward to the point of L Mclion southeast of Afula Cntioned above. The southwestL boundary of western Galilee Ike. a line from this point, passa south f Nazareth and Shafr [m, but north of Beit Lahm, to I ist just south of Acre. The boundary of the hill fcounlry of Samaria and Judea, tiarting on the Jordan river Southeast of Beisan, followi the northern boundary of the Sa,naria dislrict westward to the point of intersection southeast D f Afula, thence again westward to Lajjun, thence in a Southwestern direction, passing Just west of Tulkarm. east of Ju^lqilia and west of Majdal .yaba, thence bulging westward toward Rishon-le-Zion so as to Include Lydda and Ramleh in {the Arab state, thence turning again eastward to a point west of Latrun, thereafter following .he northern side of the Latrun-Majdal road to the second point o* intersection, thence iculheastward to a point on fiebron sub-district to the Dead Sea. I The Arab section of the coastal lain runs from a point a few Lies north of Isdud to the Egyp%  :,: frontier, extending inland ppioximately eight kilometers. ferrilory Within Jewish State rhe northeastern sector of the unused Jewish state (eastern Ealilee) will have frontiers with |ebanon in the north and west id with Syria and Trans-Jordan the east and will include the JM.1Iof the Huleh basin, Lake Rberias and the whole of the |i sub-district. From Beisan the Jewish state bill extend northwest following hiboundary described in respect the Arab state. The Jewish sector on the i plain extends from a Dint south of Acre to just north Isdud in the Gaza sub-district ii! i: eludes the towns of Haifa, fel Aviv and Jaffa. i he eastern frontier of the Jewtate follows the boundary I bed in respect of the Arab late. The Beersheba area includes lole of the Beersheba subpstrict, which includes the Ne!l and the eastern part of the aza sub-district south of the I if intersection. The nortihbn boundary of this area, from Be point of intersection, runs butheastward to a point of the iebron sub-district boundary ou'h of Qbeiba, thence follows southern boundary of the BEER IN KEGS DELIVERED ICE COLD ALL EQUIPMENT FURNISHED fall 2-7283 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 304 S. W. 8th Ave. Hebron sub-district to the Dead Sea. Scheme For a Federal State Three members (the representatives of India, Iran and Yugoslavia) propose an independent federal state. The major provisions of that plan are briefly summarized as follows: 1. Constitution and Transitional Period An independent federal state of Palestine shall be created following a transitional period not exceeding three years, during which responsibility for administering Palestine and preparing it for independence shall be entrusted to an authority to be decided by the General Assembly. The independent federal state shall comprise an Arab state and a Jewish state. Jerusalem shall be its capital. During the transitional period a constituent assembly shall be elected by popular vote and convened by the administering authority on the basis of electoral provisions which shall insure the fullest representation of the population, provided that the electorate includes all adult persons who have acquired Palestinian citizenship as well as all Arab and Jews who. though non-citizens, are resident in Palestine and have applied for citizenship not less than three months before the date of election. The constituent assembly shall draw up the constitution of the federal state. Independence shall be declared by the General Assembly once a constitution incorporating the following provisions has been adopted by the constituent assembly: (a) The federal state shall comprise a federal government and governments of the Arab and the Jewish states, respectively. (b) Full authority shall be vested in the federal government with regard to national defense, foreign relations, immigration, currency, taxation for federal purposes, foreign and interstate waterways, transport and communications, copyrights and patents. (c) The Arab and the Jewish states shall enjoy full powers of local self-government and shall have authority over education, taxation for local purposes, the right of residence. commercial licenses, land permits, grazing rights, interstate migration, settlement, police, punishment of crime, social institutions and services, public housing, public health, local roads, agriculture and local industries. (d) The organs of government shall include a head of state, an executive body, a representative federal legislative body composed of two chambers, and a federal court. The executive shall be responsible to the legislative body. (e) The head of state shall be elected by a majority vote of both chambers of the federal legislative body. A deputy head of state shall be elected who shall be a representative of the community other than that with which the head of state is identified. (f) Election to one chamber of the federal legislative body shall be on the basis of proportional representation of the population as a whole and to the other on the basis of equal representation of the Arab and Jewish citizens of Palestine. Legislation shall be enacted when approved by majority votes in both chambers, in the event of disagreement between the two chambers, the issue shall be submitted to an arbitral body of five members, including not less than two Arabs and two Jews. (g) The federal court shall be the final court of appeal regarding constitutional matters. Its members, who shall include not less than four Arabs and three Jews, shall be elected by both chambers of the federal legislative body. (h) The constitution shall forbid any discriminatory federal or state legislation against population groups or against either of the states and shall guarantee equal rights for all minorities. It shall be based on the full equality of all citizens of Palestine with regard to the political, civil and religious rights of the individual and shall guarantee fundamental human rights and freedoms. It shall guarantee inter alia free access to holy places and protect religious interests. (i) The constitution shall provide for undertakings to settle international disputes by peaceful means. (j) There shall be a single Palestinian nationality and citizenship. (k) The constitution shall provide for equitable participation of representatives of both communities in delegations to international conferences. II. Holy Places In addition to the guarantees contained in the constitution regarding the protection of and free access to holy places, there shall be set up a permanent international body for the supervision and protection of the holy places, to be composed of three repreRetired Professional Gentleman, Single, wishes room with private bath in refined Jewish home as paying guest. Box 2093 Miami Beach 40 Order Your Home Good to the Last Fizz" 824 JEFFERSON AVE. Phone 58-2763 MIAMI BEACH CONGREGATION lll-TII TFILAH 935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE INSPIRING SLICHOS SERVICES oi RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY known in the cantorial world as The "YERUSHALMY" SATURDAY NIGHT AT 12:30 P. M. RESERVE YOUR SEATS NOW AT BETH TF1LAH AND ASSURE YOURSELF OF AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY REV. SHYE JACOBSON. President, and MR. ISRAEL DIAMOND, Chairman of Seating Committee sentatives designated by the United Nations and one representative of each of the recognized faiths having an interest in the matter, as may be determined by the United Nations. III. Jewish Immigration Into Palestine For a period of three years from the beginning of the transitional period, Jewish immigration shall be permitted into the Jewish state in such numbers as not to exceed its absorptive capacity, and having due regard for the rights of the existing population within that state and their anticipated natural rate of increase. An international commission, composed of three Arab, three Jewish and three United Nations representatives, shall be appointed to estimate the absorptive capacity of the Jewish state. The commission shall cease to exist at the end of the three-year period mentioned above. IV. Boundaries The Arab area of the proposed federal slate includes most of the interior of the country except for eastern Galilee and a large area of the Beersheba subdistrict, which fall within the boundaries of the Jewish area. The Arabs are allotted the coastal plain from Jaffa south to the Egyptian frontier and the western portion of the Beersheba sub-district, including Beersheba town, Aslup and Auja, and a strip along the whole length of the Egyptian frontier to the Gulf of Aqaba. Also within the Arab area, but not contiguous with the area just described, is western Galilee, bounded on the west by lhe Mediterranean from Acre to Ras-en-Naqra. on the north by Lebanon and including Safad to the east and Nazareth to the south. The Jewish area is likewise not contiguous but divided into two parts. It includes the coastal plain from, but excluding, Acre on the north, to Tel Aviv, with a finger reaching southeast from Tel Aviv through Rishon-leZion and Rehovoth to the neighborhood of the boundaries of the Gaza and Hebon sub-districts. The plain of Esdraelon forms a bridge connecting this coastal area with the Valley of Jczreel, Beisan, Tiberias and the Huleh Valley, which are likewise allotted to the Jews. The Jewish area to the south includes that part of the Hebron sub-district which lies south and east of Dahariya and Yalta and a rectangular area of the Beersheba subdistrict bounded on the east by the Wadi Araba and on the west by a line drawn to the east of Beersheba and Asluj and extending southward to approximately latitude 30.3 degrees. R. B. Gautier, jr., state legislator, will address the members of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith at their luncheon today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club. He will speak on the proposed consolidation bill. 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liB\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )L UME 20—NUMBER 36 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS NSCOP Report Urges Separate Independent itates For Jews, Arabs After Two Year Period Committee Says Groups Must Adopt Constitutions, Sign Economic Treaty GENEVA—(JTA)—Fifteen minutes before its September 1st deadline, the Jnited Nations Special Committee on Palestine Sunday night completed its [ecommendations to the General Assembly, urging, in a majority report, |hat Palestine be partitioned into Jewish and Arab states within two years ind that 150,000 Jews be admitted in the interim period before independence is made final. A three-delegate minority report urged a federal state /ith semi-autonomous Jewish and Arab areas. An official summary of the report—the full text of which runs to 70,000 rords—follows: The United Nations Special Committee on Palestine today signed at Jeneva and sent to the secretary-general for transmission to the General Issembly its report and recommendations on the question of llestine. :HEME OF PARTITION WITH ECONOMIC UNION According to the plan of the majority (the representatives Canada, Czechoslovakia, Guatemala, the Netherlands. eru, Sweden and Uruguay), Palestine shall be constituted ito an Arab state, a Jewish state and the city of Jerusalem. lie Arab and the Jewish states will become independent after transitional period of two years beginning Sept 1, 1947. fore. however, their inde$• <$ COMMITTEE MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS kndence can be recognised. ey must adopt a constitution. ake to the United Nations a claration containing certain jarantces and sign a treaty /hich a system of economic illaboraiion is established and |e economic union of Palestine created. A summary of its ential features follows: Transitional Period and Constitution During the transitional pethe United Kingdom shall ry on the administration of lestiniunder the auspices of United Nations and on such kditions and under such superfon us the United Kingdom and United Nations may agree bn. If so desired, the adminis|tion will be carried on with assistance of one or more fibers of the United Nations. United Kingdom shall durthe transitional period take kh preparatory steps as may necessary for the execution I the scheme recommended and 111 carry out the following asures: Admit into the proposed vish state 150,000 Jewish imjrants at a uniform monthly • Should the transitional pecontinue for more than two >rs, Jewish immigration shall allowed at the rate of 60,000 year. The Jewish Agency Palestine) shall be response for the selection and care the Jewish immigrants and .the organizing of Jewish imfcration during the transitional F'd. The restrictions introduced Her the authority of the Pales%  (amendment) order in counf 25 May, 1939, will not apr to the transfer of land withme borders of the proposed Msh state. IB. Constituent a s s e m blies a be elected by the populapn of the areas which are to pnpnie the Arab and Jewish P. respectively. Qualified £• for each state for this ctl n shall be persons over years of age who are: (1) Fwtiman citisens residing in F ate and (2) Armbi ^ d IT* 1 re,,din in the state, el,0 9h not Palestinian citisens. who, before voting, have signed a notice of intention to become citisens of such state. Arabs and Jews residing in the city of Jerusalem who have signed a notice of intention to become citizens, the Arabs of the Arab state and the Jews of the Jewish state, shall be entitled to vote in the Arab and Jewish states, respectively. Women may vote and be elected to the constituent assemblies. C. The constituent assemblies shall draw up the constitutions of the states. The constitutions shall provide for the establishment in each state of a legislative body elected by universal suffrage and by secret ballot on the basis of proportional representation and an executive body responsible to the legislature. They shall also contain provisions for the protection of the holy places, religious buildings and sites and for the religious and minority rights. Equal and nondiscriminatory rights in civil, political and religious matters and the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms shall be guaranteed. Freedom of transit and visit for all residents and citizens of the two states in Palestine and the city of Jerusalem shall be preserved. D. The constituent assembly in each state shall appoint a provisional government empowered to make the declaration and sign the treaty of economic union. On making the declaration and signing the treaty of economic union by either state, its independence as a sovereign state shall be recognized. If only one state fulfills these conditions, the General Assembly of the United Nations shall take such action as it may deem proper. Pending such action, the regime of economic union shall apply. II. Declaration The declaration shall contain provisions for the protection of the holy places and religious buildings and sites and the religious and minority rights. There shall be no discrimination on the grounds of race, religion or language. The state shall insure adequate primary and secondary (Continued on page 6) Apart from specific plans as to the constitution of the future government and territorial provisions, matters on which a majority and a minority proposal are submitted, the United Nations group forwards to the General Assembly the following 11 unanimous recommendations on Palestine: 1. The mandate for Palestine shall be terminated at the earliest practicable date. 2. Independence shall be granted in Palestine at the earliest practicable date. 3 There shall be a transitional period preceding the granting of independence which shall be as short as possible, consistent with the achievement of the conditions essential to independence. 4. During the transitional period the authority entrusted with administering Palestine and preparing it for independence shall be responsible to the United Nations. 5. With regard to religious interest and the holy places: (a) In whatever solution may be adopted, the sacred character of the holy places shall be preserved and access to trie holy President that officials of the im(Continued on Page 4) (Continued on page 5) Bnai B'rith State Federation Elects lack Abbott, Miami Beach, President Three local B'nai B'rith leaders were honored at the convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges by their election to top offices in the Federation. Jack A. Abbott of the Miami Beach lodge was elected president of the state association; Milton A. Friedman of Sholem lodge was re-elected vice president, and Sam Silver, president of Sholem lodge, was elected secretary. Further honors were accorded the Sholem lodge when a certificate of achievement was presented to Sam Silver and E Albert Pallot for staging outstanding service programs and developing civic affairs projects during the past year. Another certificate of achievement was awarded to Vice President Milton A. Friedman for his work with the B'nai B'rith Youth organization in Florida. Four members of the B'nai B'rith Youth organization presented addresses at the convention banquet, which was held at the George Washington hotel, West Palm Beach. The young speakers were Al Block of Orlando, who won the recent B'nai B'rith state-wide youth oratorical contest in Jacksonville; Bernard Datz, of Miami, second place winner, and the Misses Beryl Axelrod and Rosalee Margolis of Miami. It was announced that $24,500 had been budgeted by the 16 lodges in the state for support of the Florida Hillel foundations for the coming year. The "homes away from homes" for Jewish youth in colleges are located at the University of Miami, University of Florida, Florida State university at Tallahassee, and Florida Southern college at Lakeland. Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Va., District 5 grand lodge secretary, and Isaac Gradman, of Asheville, N. C, the district past president, were principal speakers at the convention and, together with Harold Turk, president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith coun(Continued on Page 4) Jack A. Abbott Truman Wants More DP Visas WASHINGTON—(JTA)—President Truman has brought to the attention of the department of justice the fact that its immigration service is not making full use of the quotas available to potential immigrants who can comply with the existing immigration regulations, it was revealed here this week by Congressman Adolph Sabath, of Illinois. Congressman Sabath said that during a visit to the White House last week, he pointed out to the Synagogues Prepare for Holy Days High Holy Days services, which will begin at sunset on Sept. 14, will be conducted by five houses of worship on Miami Beach and six in Miami this season. This is an increase of three sites for religious worship since last year in the Greater Miami area. Many of the synagogues have made special plans which include arrangements for prior seating of their members. Slichos, midnight penitential services, will be conducted by the Miami Jewish Orthodox. Beth Jacob, Beth David, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Beth Tfilah and the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. In Miami at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Abraham Behrman will officiate. Rabbi Simon April will conduct services at the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. He will be assisted by the school choir. At Congregation Beth David, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Rabbi Albert Michels, rabbi of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, and Cantor Joseph Malek will conduct services under the auspices of the Coral Gables Jewish Center at the Coral Gables Woman's club. Rabbis Colman A. Zwitman and Jacob H. Kaplan and the choir will officiate at services at Temple Israel. Services will also be held Please Note: All matter intended for publication in the New Year Edition of the Jewish Floridian must be in our office not later than Monday, September 8th at 5:00 PJH at Shaerei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st., to take care of the ovrflow from th Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Services will be conducted by Louis Jacobskind and Cantor Arthur Wolfson. On Miami Beach at Congregation Beth Jacob, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Louis D. Feder and the choir will officiate. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will conduct and chant the services at Beth Tfilah. At the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Cantor Jacob Goldring will officiate. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer will conduct services at Temple Beth Sholom. Cantor Aaron Twersky will officiate at services at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, 918 Sixth st., Miami Beach. For further information regarding services for the High Holy Days, consult The Jewish Floridian religious directory on page eight. l l I 1 • it* .. ;* %  I | ; 1 i ., %  • >



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 Miami, London Synagogues Differ, Says Visiting Cantor From England Synagogue organization is much different in London, Cantor Abiaham Behrman, formerly of the Willesden Synagogue there, said this week. Cantor Behrman will officiate for Slichos and the High Holy Days services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The orthodox synagogues Of L „,u!on belong to one of two eMery for the women. Daily Cioups, the Federation of Orthoservices at Willesden, the largest dox Synagogues or the Union of orthodox synagogue in London, Orthodox Synagogues. Of the 60a ttaets an average of 100 persons, and week-end services, an average of 500. President of the Willesden synagogue is Sir Waley Cohen, head of the Shell Oil co. of Great Britain. Economic conditions in England are very bad, and the cost of living is extremely high, Cantor Behrman said. There are additional restrictions on non-citizens. The 44-year-old cantor is originally from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and was one of the first Wagnerian singers in the Netherlands and Belgium. He is married and has two daughters, one of whom was married just before he left for America. + Unist>tkvMirir. PAGE ELEVEN i odd synagogues in London, over 40 belong to the Union. These organizations direct all the activities for each member synagogue. All monies are forwarded to the "head office," which takes care of payment of personnel and the expenditure of money for all purposes. Alterations or any activities which involve expenditures must he referred to the "head office" for approval. "In the case of a vacancy in a synagogue, the vacancy is reported, and the "head office" sends applicants to the synagogue. All positions are for life, and each employee is on a three-year trial, prior to acceptance. The lay population is not allowed at the altar, and there is a GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 f. W. 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-5880 YIDDISH HOUR EXTENDED Although it has been on the air only 3 weeks, the Yiddish Classical hour, conducted by Maurice Nasatir over radio station WINZ, has proved so popular that 15 minutes have been added to the full hour, starting at noon, Sunday, Sept. 7, station officials announced. Nasatir, former playwright, theatre manager, promoter and newspaper man, offers classical, liturgical and folk music, translating all Yiddish into English during the course of the program. State Social Agency Gets New Executive Secretary Mrs. Constance Pringle Rudd, of St. Petersburg, prominent in social welfare circles of the state, has been appointed executive secretary of the Florida State Conference of Social Work, it was announced here today by Leland W. Hiatt, conference president. Hiatt said that Mrs. Rudd was selected for the position of her background of administrative experience, her thorough knowledge of the aims of the conference, and her wide acquaintanee in all sections of Florida. She is a past-president and past vice president of the conference, and was its part-time secretary when the war intervened. The State Conference of Social Work is composed of individuals, lay and professional, representing public and private well are agencies, who are interested in the advancement of social welfare. It is supported by membeship dues. Employment of a full-time executive secretary was authorized at its annual meeting this year in Miami, with the view of better serving all sections of the state on a yeararound basis. Mrs. Rudd will maintain headquarters in -St. Petersburg. CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES .... 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c Plus Botllo Dppont PHONE 2-4128 INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. of NEW JERSEY E. C. 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Gold statuettes will be awarded to the winners, and a trophy will go to the winning doubles team. Prizes will be presented at the regular meeting of the lodge on Oct. 14th. B'nai B'lith members may call Botwin. at 2-5655 for further information. The next meeting of the Southeast Florida Oplomelric association will be held at the El Commodore hotel on Monday, Sept. 8th. All the doctors and their wives in the group are expected to attend. Plans for the formation of a ladies auxiliary will be made at the meeting. Phone 3-7856 M I G II i: If s Men's Shop MEN'S Furnishings and Clothing Cooks and Waiters Uniforms WORK CLOTHES 247 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida FOR FREE ESTIMATE i?km> 33089 12 S.W. 17(1. COURT An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Will Conduct Services at SHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. 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