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The Jewish Floridian ( October 10, 1947 )

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ii^lie\wiislh-IE!liDipidliiayp V5^2^NUMBER 41 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBERTCT PRICE: TEN CENTS I. S. Britain Hold Secret Talks on Palestine; Agency Accepts Partition LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)-The ulli nut solution of the Palesu ( problem now before the United Nations will depend upon he outcome of secret negotiations bong conducted at present between the governments of the United St.itcs and Britain, the Jewish TelegrapMc Agency learned last Friday. Until these negotiations are l(l duded the U. S. delegation at Lake Success will take no definite stand n the recommendaol the U. N. Special Committee on Palestine to the General Assembly, it was assumed here among the delegations of the imallei states. The majority of these delegations are not ready to commit themselves on UNSCOP's recommendations for partition until they get an indication of the attitude of the United SI and the Soviet Union. Circles dose to President Truman indicated that there is no ground for a state of alarm on the part of Zionist leaders who (car that they may be "let down" by the U. S. delegation. However, it became known that when Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Moshe Shertok conferred with Secretary of State George C. Marshall last week, they left without assurances that the American government would support Jewish claims for the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine as recommended by the UNSCOP majority. Marshall is said to be wavering on the UNSCOP majority n port. Andrei Vishinsky, head of the Soviet delegation, indicated that the attitude „f the U. S. S. R. regarding i e UNSCOP report will he based on a statement made by Andrei Groyrnko at the special session of the Assembly last May. At that time, Gromyko said that the Soviet Government would prefer to si e the Palestine question solved through the establishment of an independent binational Arab-Jewish state, but, should this prove impossible, the Soviet Union is of the opinion that the Jews are entitled to a state of their own, on the basis of partition. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Although the partitioning of Palestine "entails a very heavy sacrifice on the part of the Jewish people." the Jewish Agency is prepared to accept the partition recommendations of the U. N. Special Committee on Palestine "subject to further discussion of the constitution and territorial provisions," which should take place at the present session of the General Assembly, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver told the U. N. this week. Camp Official Gets LiIV Term FRANKFURT, (JTA) — Heinz Bollhorst, a former official of the Mauthausen death camp, was sentenced to life imprisonment by an American military court in Dachau for having participated in the murder of 14 Dutch Jews at the camp, it is reported here. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Britain is still maneuvering to secure a decision by the Ad HocCommittee on Palestine which would relieve the British of the obligations of the Mandate, at the same time that it would allow them to remain in the country, it is learned here. Members of the British delegation have been suggesting to the other delegates tnat since there are sharp differences of opinion and much confusion among the 57 delegations on the UNSCOP report, it would be advisable to adopt those sections of the report which were recommended unanimously and defer action on the disputed portions. This would leave Britain in unlimited control of Palestine until the U. N. is in a position to enforce any decision it m^i ultimately make with regard to the final status of Palestine, since the 11 UNSCOP members all agreed on the immediate termination of the Mandate. CONFERENCE PLAN FOR PERMANENT ORGANIZATION TO BE DISCUSSED NEW YORK — (JTA) — The basic plan for the permanent organization to succeed the American Jewish Conference will be examined at hearings in various key communities during October and November, it was announced by Louis Lipsky, chairman of the executive committee of the American Jewish Conference. Sponsored locally by community councils, welfare funds and leaders in Jewish endeavor, these public hearings are designed to provide an opportunity for communal leaders to give expression to their views on the plan and to suggest necessary amendments. Thus far, hearings have been scheduled in Chicago, October 12; Cleveland, October 19; Detroit, October 12; Los Angeles, October 26; and Philadelphia, November 2. Arrangements are being made for hearings in Boston, Nashville, Newark, NewYork and San Francisco. The hearings will be presided over by a committee or panel of prominent local Jewish leaders. Louis Lipsky, chairman of the Conference executive committee, and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, chairman of the committee on future organization, and other members of the Conference executive committee will introduce the discussion by presenting and analyzing the plan. NATIVE-BORN EGYPTIAN JEWS FACJlgJJJ-gS NUREMBERG, (JTA) — The prosecution this week completed its case against 23 Nazi officers charged with leading a special Gestapo task force which exterminated 1,000,000 Jews and other "racially inferior" people during a two-year period. The American prosecutor wound up his case in the record time of 13 and One-half hours. The case is being heard by an American military court. Following completion of the prosecution presentation, the trial was adjourned until next week when the defense will be heard. The three-man court accepted some 170 documents as evidence, including tally sheets of the various persons murdered by the Nazi unit. The prosecutor's case was based almost entirely on the documents which included copies of orders and records of the mass killings. nHIITL-DUnn LUiniMM JLTYJ I HVb OUSTER FROM JOBS UNDER RULING CAIRO — (JTA) — The increasingly precarious position of the 40,000 so-called stateless Jews in Egypt, who are faced with ouster from their jobs and other forms of civil economic discrimination, is causing great concern to leaders of the Jewish community here. These Jews, all of whom are native-born, a nd, in most cases, who..,, fathers and grand-A — Y POLISH JEWS REPATRIATED fathers were born here, are clasSl[ i<-'cl as "stateless" under a peculiar legal ruling. Under a recently adopted law termed the "Bill on Companies" 90 per cent of all employ cs of Egyptian firms must be Egyptian nationals. As a "suit, thousands of these stateless Jews will soon be dismissed. To the roster of the unemployed •Ml be added hundreds of Jews ••fog dismissed by Allied military installations, which are being c| osed down. The local Jewish weekly, La Tribune Julve, this week urged Jewish community leaders to mccl Wth the heads of other re"gious (immunities to devise 'jeans ol safeguarding the rights a11 legal residents, regardless 0I race or treed. WARSAW, (JTA) — A group of Polish Jews who have been in the Soviet Union since shortly after the outbreak of the war arrived here this week, as a result of a new repatriation agreement between the Polish and the Soviet Governments. It is expected that about 2 fc 000 Polish Jews will return to Poland under this agreement within the next three months. The majority of them have been in Soviet prisons on charges of violating Soviet laws. I ;i I esl DP Lists Offered By AJC A '.is. of m&*pgtig£X ^ D pSy p SK Camps in Europe will bemade a o?,i3t h a chapter worker will Chapter AJC f^' 1 '"^ 0 ^^ ? ew ish Floridian P 120 N.E. Sixth be on duty at the ,cc ol f ££ in locating relatives. The lists, wE'are SfLS&Sfi^A wi.lV available Mondays thr A g ^u T mber d o y f S locT people'have already been able to locate relatives from these lists. Miami IN k l


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r • ; MALMUD-KUSHMAN NUPTIALS PLANNED Christmas Eve has been set as the wedding dale for Miss Doris Malmud and Irving A. Kushman, whose engagement was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Malmud, 4C3 S. W. 28th rd. Mr Kushman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushman. of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miami Beach. Miss Malmud attended Miami High School, and was graduated sum ma cum laude from the University of Miami. As an undergraduate she was a charier member of Sigma Delta Pi. honorary Spanish fraternity, and Nu Kappa Tau, honorary sorority. Upon her graduation, the brideelect was assigned to the staff of the United States Embassy. where she spent 16 months. Since then she has been doing resi arch work in the Latin American field in New York. Mr. Kushman. a New Yoik atton cy. is a graduate of Union College, Schenectady, and Harvard Law School. After their wedding, wl ich will be held at the Robert Richter Hob 1 in Miami Beach, the Kusl mans will make their home in Great Neck, L. I. GAMES PARTIES BY MHS&JC A series of Monday evening Games Parties will begin Oct. 13th at 8:00 p. m. under the sponsorship of the Miami Hcbrow School and Junior Congregation. The parties will be held at the Synagogue building, 1101 S. W. 12th Ave. The Messrs. Ben Stone, Sam Kostoff, Hershey Glantz and Ben Essronson are in charge of arrangements. % urdine's How Knol Print IK a von lrssv $ 4 Like to go about your daytime activities looking fresh and pretty? Then choose this slenderizing little rayon dress with well fitting gored skirt, and youthful, eollarless neckline. Pastel backgrounds, of aqua, blue, rose. Sizes 16'/ 2 to 24'2 in the group. Specially priced for two days. BUHDINE'B. MIAMI, HOUSEDRESSE5, FOURTH TLOOR PjewlstifhrMtor Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Will am Friedman 1037 S.W. 20th Avenue have returned home afler a two-months vacation on he west coast. On their return journey they stopped to spend the High Holy Days in Chicago. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Siegel of Washinqton, D. C are vacationing at the Belmur Hotel, Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Sam Stotland has just returned from a seven weeks' stay in New York City. • • • Mr. A. Pepper, 1600 S.W. 16th Avenue, has returned from his summer vacation at Hendersonville, N. C. • • • Mr and Mrs. S. Felman of Pittsburgh. Pa., have motored here to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew. Jonathan Jay Braunstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Biuunstein. 1942 b.W. 17th Street. The Felmans are stopping at the Shelborne Hotel. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers have as their house guest Prince Viking von Ludwig. He will remain for an indefinite stay, seeking to contact relatives in this area. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut announce the birth of a son, Robert Nathan, on October 7 at St. Francis Hospital. First-born to his parents, Robert Nathan is the fifth grandchild of Mr. Al Galbut. • • • Miss Marilyn H. Sable, sister of Mrs. George J. Talianoff, has been engaged to Mr. Ernest Einiger of Long Beach, N. Y. Miss Sable is a frequent winter visitor to Miumi Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. William Feuer are visiting in Union, N. J., at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klein. The occasion for their visit was ihe Bris of their first grandchild. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waitzkin announce the birth of a daughter, Ruth Miriam, on September 18, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Waitzkin is the former Miss Dorothy Feiner. • • • Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach, is visiting in Dallas, Tex., with her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Simon, and granddaughter. Heather. She will also spend some time with her son, Mr. Henry Dreyfus. Mrs. Dreyfus expects to fly home on Oct. 19, when her husband will arrive from New York. • • • Dr. and Mrs. George Balber announce the b'.rth of a son, Eric David, on Oct. 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg are moving into their newly-bought home on Fine Tree Drive. Mr. Goldberg is the owner of the New Surf Hotel. The Goldbergs are being visited by Meyer Goldberg, Cleveland hotel opciator and brother of Charles. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Murray Deblinqer, 1358 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Adrienne, on Sunday, Oct. 5, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Deblinger is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Fields of the New Pioneer Hotel. • • • Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholem, will fly down fro mAtlantic City to attend the opening meeting of the Sisterhood on Oct. 15. • • • Miss Janet Lpman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lipman, 624 14th pi., Miami beach, has just returned from her three months' vacation. She spent time in Charleston, S. C, Bethlehem, Pa., and also made trips in New York state and Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, 2027 S.W. 6th st., have just returned from a two-months' stay in Chicago, where they vis ted with their children. • • • Mrs. Sadye G. Rose has returned home from a trip to New York City. r • • • Mrs. Erna Klass has just returned from a stay in Baltimore. • • • Budd Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fischer, 3433 Garden ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning Oct. 11 -during the services at Beth David Synagogue. Budd has attended the Sunday and Hebrew School at Beth David, and attends the Ida M. Fischer Public School Mrs. Harry Oliphant has returned from Norfolk, Va where veilin fUneml f hGr br ,her Qnd her fa,her s n months' sTay Sew $£****"*" "turned horn a four• • • uJ"*-' w ^ rSHenrY Sei,lln have been vi sitinq in Philadel P ? M n ^? Sh ^ ngt n Wh6re hev s P ei s !" / Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cord* 4440 Nautilus Dr., Afiami Brt who has recently become engojJ to Mr. Royal Jonas, son 0/ K, and Mrs. Fred Jonas. 1907 LiU erty Ave. FRANKEL-LILIENTHAL WEDDING AT PLACID Mrs. F.mil Frankel, 1610 Drexcl Avei ue, Miami Beach, announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Use Frankel, to Mr. Fred Lilienthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lilienthal of Hartford, C'unn. The nuptials took place at Placid Manor, estate of Miss Frankel's brother at Lake Placid, N. Y. Di, Kahn, ral bi of Lake Placid Temple, performed the ceremoi y, which was attended by fifty guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lilienthal are now spending a two-weeks' honeymoon in Miami Beach, and will make then home in Hartford. BECOMES BAR MITZVAH Henry Forer, son of Mr. and Mis. Meyer Forer. 1610 S.W. 20th St.. became Bar Mitzvah on SatMiss Gelb Betrothed to Lee Jerome Unger The betrothal 0 f Miss Audrey I Ellen Gelb to Lee Jerome Unpt, j son of Mrs. Mae linger of Nn I York City, was announced recently by hei parents, Mr. aid! Mrs. Arthur J. Gelb, 220 E. Dej Lido dr., Miami Beach. Miss Gelb will be graduated I this January from the Univeiaqr 1 of Miami, where she is a journalism major. She is a charter man\ ber of Quill, honorary women 1 journalism society, and is secretary of Rose Chapter, Bui B'rith women She is also a campus newspaper correspondent. I The bridegroom-elect attended] Georgia Tech., Harvard University, and received his B. S. degree from the University of Xna| Carolina, where he was a mem-1 ber of Pi Lamda Phi. During Ike war he served in the Pacific a an ensign in the navy. EUGENE J. WEISS CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces the Removal of His Olives 255 Mercantile National Bank Bid* 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach PHONES — 5-3035 • 5-3036



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BIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1947 •"Jewisti tturikMan PAGE THREE federation Splits judge* Work n.vi-^n of the budget commitP^ the Greater Miami Jewish Kation into two groups, one Kdythe needs of the local fcS£ affiliated with Federai the other to examine for allocations from Lnoijcations K.n-il a^ overseas agencies announced this week by ibraham Goodman, chairman of [he budgel committee. "This departure from the procure of former years in which foe budgel committee looked inJ ill applications as a commitf of Ihe whole, is necessitated the continuing growth of our Umunity and the demands L-idf upon it by oversew and ational, as well as local, orfcanizaUons." explained Mr. ioodman. The local agency sub-commit. ill consist of Leon Kaplan. Kairnian, and Maurice Cromcr, Samuel Lipton, Rabbi Murray rauer, Mrs. Ed Weinstein, Chas. \ hen, Gus Trau, David Isen, Henry Seitlin and Dr. Frank Corel. The sub-committee to pass upL, applical ins of national and bvcrseas agencies will include \W Goodman, chairman; Joseph Dunti'V. Joseph Gardner, Max kfeisel, S. E. Schwartz, Louis ffolfe, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. ,,uis Glasser, Stuart Gordon, jarry Rabe and I. S. Shapoff. The budget committee has des%  Sunday, Nov. 9th, as Loir..! Agencj Day. Representatives tithe I in's local agencies Mil appeal before the full comjnittee at specified hours that day i present their proposed budgets md programs for 1948. The preentations will be followed by publie discussion and questionng, limited to the time allotted |o each agt ncy. "The prime purpose of this hearing is to stimulate the inntributors in the broblems of the agencies," Mr [': ill I, The budget committe will an tounce ommended allocations at a later date, basing it I the findings dis llosed pen meeting, MI ed. M.J.O.C. Sisterhood fn Open Meeting An Open Meeting of the M. J. I. C. Sisterhood is sch< duled foi Wed., Oct. 15 at P11 P. m the Talmud Toral. F : • mi plans made ft" board i ting last week will le di cussi ; I in the lighter side f 1 be i" tainment and reHshments. Mrs Eva Mahl is chairman for he evening. o srRinuroRs FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. N r ... • v 2fi44 ,. w Rth st PH. 3-5308 PH.. 48.3442 I'X SUNRSfPARK HF.ALTH RESORT 'Vv. b9TELSANITARIUM ll 'vO REST. CONV*. .SCCMCl *'-•.,.._. *HB CHRCWlC CAJES "oi. (Mag MIAM1_EXQRIDA Rabbi To Speak At N. Y. Parley Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David has 1 een invited to deliver the opening address at the annual conference of the American Fund for Palestine on Sat., Oct. 18 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Rabbi Shapiro is a member of the national board of the organization. Segregation in Housing Fought by B. B. League WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A three-point program of action against racial and religious discrimination in housing is being undertaken on a nationwide front bythe Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, George Talianoff, Florida Regional director, announced. The campaign, intended to itimulate public opinion against the segregation of mi groups and to erase racial and religious restrictive covena. is in eal estate deeds and lease was jutlined here by Justice Meier Steinbrink of the New York State Supreme Court, national chairnan of the Anti-Defamation League. It includes: 1. Use of legal acti in, wherever possible, to tesl i. court the eague's coi tention that rertric:ve covenants ar.d other discriminatory techniques in nous• g violate constitutional gu ranees, 2. Support oi legislation— ederal, state and municipal—d %  igi ed to outlaw disci imii igreements and practices. 3.1nroduction of an adult educationil program on the community. >r "grass roots." level to acquaint he public with the evils of dis-iimi-ation in housing and t( mobilize the inherent fair play >f th" American people. Games Social Planned A Saturday night Social of the Ladies Branch of Workm n's Circle 692 will be hold on Oct Uth at 25 Was! Ave. Modern Cantoi* Musically Trained Baritone Licensed Public School and Hebrew Teacher Available Care Jewish Floridinn Post Office Box 2373 MIAMI t——-20 EENDIX MACHINES AT YOUR SERVICE BlUNG YOUF WAS'! TO I > l> %  V E & V A i* SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY OF MIAMI 4 77 S.W. EIGHTH STREET—Corner r: fth Avenue • %  n, l'r, p cl >r Phone 3-2379 •Ware „ Bel cr Whiter wash than anywhere in cl ithes are C->-< r-"ass rl in the Right Way. We us• %  thi Purest s I ible. 0nl >" 100 Soft Water is used for washing your dotl We double wash your clothes. Pen 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Evry Day — Saturday 6 pm. Sunday — 8 a.rn. jo 1 p.m, Pardo Heads Masada Newly-elected president of the Greater Miami Masada, the young men's Zionist organization, is Mr. Joseph Pardo, 1239 15th Street, Miami Beach. Mr. Pardo, a veteran of three and one-hall years service in the United States Weather Service is now a senior in the Business School of the University of Miami wind also a student at the Law School. Other officers are: Vice-presidents Saul Genet and Seymour Hinkes; corresponding .secretary, Dave Goodman; recording secretary, Frank Ziove, and treasurer, Sheldon Lelchuk. A meeting of the Executive Board will be held at the home of Mr. Pardo, Thursday, October i)th at 8 p. m. to formulate plans for the year. Also under discusion will be a forma] banquet and dance at which the new officers may be installed, and plans will be made for an extensive membership campaign. Cancer Experts To Speak Here Knowledge of the early danger signals of cancer and what to do about them will be prime topics n a program to be given by the \merican Cancer Society on Sunday, Oct. 12, at 2:30 p. m. at the Miami Municipal Auditorium, 320 N. E. 5th St., Miami. The general public is invited to the meeting, where leading cancer specialists in the fields of medicine and education will speak. Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade County Commander, will act as moderator. The speakers are Mrs. Harold V. Milligan, National Commander: Dr. Charles S. Cameron, National Scientific and Medical Director; Mi's. Hoyuc B. Ritchie, Southeastern Regional Commander, and Dr. Alton Ochsner, Southeastern Regional .Medical Director. A question and answer period will follow the talk. This meeting opens tl e threeday Southeastern Regional Conference of the Society; Coi ferpnee Headquarti rs arc at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Mrs. Dora August Dies Suddenly Coming as shock to a host of Miami friends was the sudden death of Mrs. Dora August who passed away Tuesday evening following a heart attack at her home, 148 27th Street, Miami Beach. Coming here from Jacksonville 22 years ago, she took a leading part in civic and communal activities and was the immediate past president of the Beth David Sisterhood, serving in that capacity for two terms. She was a member of B'nai B'rith auxiliary, the National Council of Jewish Women, Eastern Star and Hadassah. Survivors are her husband, Jack August; a son, Arthur, and a nephew, Leslie August, and two brothers, Ben and Max R. Silver. Services were held Wednesday afternoon in Gordon Funeral Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro 'if Beth David congregation delivering the eulogy. Cantor Maurice Mamches assisted. Burial was in Woodlawn Park cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were: Meyer Schwartz, Leonard Abbess, Norman Jacobs Morris Pepper, Nat Zalka and Fred Shochet. Pepper Unveiling Rite At Woodlawn Sunday A monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Abe Pepper will be unveiled at ceremonies Sunday afternoon in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park at two o'clock. Rabbi Murray Grauer, of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Rabbinical Association ; Sponsors Radio Program A new radio program will be naugurated this Sunday, Oct. 12, at 8:15 to 8:30 a. m. over WKAT by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Th first program of the series v il] leature a talk by A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in observance of Jewish Education Week. Yiddish Program Adds New Tuesday Hour The Yiddish Classical Hou-. now heard over WINZ at 12 noon m Sundays, will have an additional hour on the air on Tueslay evenings from (! to 7 p. m.. according to M. Nasatir, program iirector. The opening date of the lew Tuesday hour wil be anounced shortly. This Sunday the Classical Hour will feature the Metropolitan Opera tenor. Jan Peerce, in a Jewish recording. 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J-W-T.,-.! v J.. < Wf'. "I%  r %  PAGE FOUR vknistincriditain FRIDAY, O CTOBER Editorial JEWS IN PBOFESSIOlfS • • • The recent disclosure by Leon J. Obermeyer, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Commission, that there has been a drop in Jewish enrollment in professional schools from 8.8 per cent in 1935 to 7.0 per cent in 1946 again focuses attention on the problem of dscrimination in education. A reaction to the report was that the significant decline in Jewish enrollments in professional schools was primarily due to a reorientation by Jewish parents. It occurred to us that the curtailment was due perhaps to belated recognition that profess ons are not the only avenues for success and independence. But when it is considered that the proportion of Jews attending colleges in 1946 was slightly higher than in 1935. the conclusion is inevitable that the drop of Jewish students in professional courses is due primarily as the B'nai B'rith survey so cautiously infers—"to increased discrimination against Jews in professional schools and departments." Discrimination in education is more than a dangerous trend. It is a portent that the campaign against bigotry has failed to penetrate the very channels which, by all standards of decency, should spearhead the drive against the sinister forces and the tainted ideologies in the land. Much has been said and written about "education" as an instrument in fighting anti-Semitism. But if the conduct of the educat onal schools is an example of the effect of "education," much more exploration is needed along this line. I 1 on I ami PLACMZM Daniel Jersky, Hebrew scholar, writer and wit, is no longer listed in the telephone d ; rectory as "Hebraist." Frank Cohen, author of the projected Quoddy Village project, was once a Hebrew teacher and close associate of the late Jacob Benderly. Two books are published daily in Palestine. Sidney Marks, executive director of the ZOA, is an American of four generations. ... He was once a professor of law, but since his association with the Zionist organization he has made such a thorough study of the Talmud, in English translation, that he can challenge many a rabbi on points of Jewish law. Don't count Hank Greenberg out as the first major league manager next year. Jckie Robinson, the Negro ball player, who sparked the "Beloved Bums'" drive toward the pennant, has done an oxcellent job in breaking down race barriers. Much of the credit goes lo Branch Rickey, president of the Brooklyn Baseball Club, for engaging the Negro star in face of expected difficult es. Rabbi Baruch Korff, whose alleged fantastic plan to "bomb" London landed him in a French jail, will not face trial. He will be returned to the United States with orders never again to set foot French soil. Henrietta Weigel, whose first novel "Age of Noon" is shortly to be published by E. P. Dutton, is a Jew sh girl, who has long been knocking at the door of literary fame. Joseph Hyman of the JDC is now touring American Key citi*s on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal's S170.000.000 drive. Meyer Steinglass of the UJA has just tipped us off to the news that he had actually managed last week, for the first time since the opening of the campaign, to spare 10 minutes for such an insignificant event as lunch. [[Council Students FromJJzechoslovakfo MANILA TEMPLE IS RE-DEDICATED A most satisfying ending to ,,„,, „ f the great inspirational stories to come out of the war is reported from Manila, capital of th. Philippines. The imposing building of Temple Bmil, the only place of worship for the Jews of Manila, rebuilt from bare ruins and rubble, was re-dedicated on August 17th of this year. It was the vision of a Florida rabbi, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel of Miami, that made possible that a re-dedication ceren ony, Rabbi Zwitman came to the Philippines in 1945 as Jewish Chaplain of the Aimed Forces in the Western Pacific, under the command of General Mat-Arthur. Manila was still largely in ruins. The only Jewish house of worship, which had been used by the Japanese, as an ammunition dump, had been blown up by Jap retreating forces in 1944. The sight of those bare synagogue walls filled Chaplain Zwitman %'ith an intense resolve that there once more should stand a house of God, beautiful and complete. In a radio address in Manila on November 10, 1945, the Cl aplain .-aid, '"You recall the pi ize fiction of John Horsey in A Bell for Adano'. The townspeople of Adano decide that what they want most is not food, but their bell, which was turned into shells by the enemy. They said, Tin Bell was our spirit, and the spirit is more important than the stomach!" And so, the "Synagogue for Manila" became the "Bell for Adano" for the Jewish community in the Philippines. On the night of November 9lh, 1945, the' eighth anniversary of Nazi destruction of synagogues in Germany, a service was held in Temple Emil of Manila. Within the crumbling walls, the open sky overhead, a large gathering of American-Jewish service men and women pledged to rebuild the synagogue as a living memorial to their comrades who gave their lives in the Pihilippii es, With the monies pledged on that night, Rabbi Zwitman startMi the rebuilding fund that has at last made the dream of a new Temple Emil a reality. On the High Holy Days of this year, the Jews of Manila worshipped in -their own Snyagogue, and gave a special memorial service to the an Jewish soldiers who fell in the Philippines. In the lobby of that Synagogue hangs a large bronze plaque bearing the names of those soldi* rs. On July 4, 1946. when the Phillippine Islands pained their independence. American troops left islands, hut thev also left there a spiritual gift from American Jewry Temple Emil of Manila, a memorial to the American-Jewish dead who rest there. ai 'I tribute to a Miami Rabbi e faith and determination d from its ashes a house of God. "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, ln C it U. N. Possibilities: From all indications the key to a United Nations' decision on Palestine partition lies in the hands of the Slav Bloc. • Two-thirds of the 57 votes of the U. N. General Assembly are necessary for approval of the partition plan recommended by the majority of the U. N. Special Committee on Palestine. And 19 votes can block such a decision. ... At present it is obvious that voting against partition will be not only the seven Arab states, but also India, Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and a few of the Latin American countries which took a pro-Arab attitude during the special Assembly session on Palestine last May. It would not be difficult for the Arabs to secure the required 19 votes, if the Soviet Union takes the attitude that bi-nationalism must be given a trial in Palestine prior to partition. The Slav Bloc would carry six votes, including Czechoslovakia which appears to be wavering on partition although its representatives on UNSCOP signed the majority report recommending such a course. Even if the Slav Bloc remains "neutral" and abstains from voting on the partition issue, the required twothirds majority pertains only to those voting and many delegations of the small nations indifferent to the Palestine issue, may also abstain from voting. On the other hand, if the Soviet and the American delegations both vote in favor of the UNSCOP partition plan, then the plan has every chance of securing a majority, although the Moslem states and even some members of the British Empire oppose it. Border Discussions: The deficiencies of the proposed borders |of a Jewish state as recommended by the U. N. Special Committee on Palestine are being discussed openly in United Nations circles at Lake Success. These circles, friendly to Jews, cannot understand of what value the Negev—the desert area of southern Palestine—can be to a Jewish state, if it cannot be irrigated. ... In order to irrigate the Negev, the waters of the Jordan River must be included within the Jewish state. But the UNSCOP majority recommendation places the Jordan entirely in the territory of the projected Arab State. The same goes for the Dead Sea. The part of the Dead Sea which is being exploited for potash and other minerals is also included in the area of the projected Arab State Even more complicated Bn J fact that there will be 4* Arabs living ln hc Jewish state which will havH Jewish population of about 500 000, according to UNSCOP', i„ ures. ft does not stand reason that the Arabs Will move from the Jewish state i nto lhe Arab, since they have tverythbto gam by remaining whcre lh are. ...The standard of living fot the Arabs will certainly be higher in the Jewish state than in tt* Arab A nd in the Jewish state the Arabs will certainly enior the same social benefits, unemployment insurance, medical aid. educational advantages as th Jews W hy, then, should the, emigrate from the Jewish state to an Arab State where a lower standard of living will certainly exist. ... On the other hand, if the Arabs do not move from the Jewish state, a danger exists that within a few years they ma; form a majority, since their birthrate is much higher than thatol the Jews. This may be uw even if 150,000 Jews are admitted to Palestine within the next too years. ... And especially so il Jews are not permitted to emigrate from the Soviet-dominated countries of Eastern Europe.... These points are now being discussed with a view toward recommending possible changes in the proposed borders of the two states, while the United Nata is still in session .. War and Peace: You can safely discount the possibility of toe Arab states sending their arrria into Palestine to fight the Jews if a Jewish state is established, a has been threatened by Arab delegates at the United Nations, But the possibility of organized Arab attack.on Jews withm Palestine must be taken seriously. Massacres may occur at isolated points, with Jewish repercussions being felt in areas where the Jews are stronger.... On the whole, there are no Arab armies to speak of in any of the Arab countries except Trar.sjordan. But wherever Arab military forces are found, they are under Britis: control An Arab military attack on a Jewish Palestine can. therefore, take pi* only if Britain permits.... Specifically, Egypt-the most s dern of all Arab countries-!* an army of only 22,000 ill-tra* and ill-equipped troops, if out a navy, and has but the barest rudiments of an air force. Mrs. Bernard Heineman (center), Vice-Chairman of the Nnliomil < 11 mmiiire on Overseas Service of the National Council of Jewish Women, discusses their study programs with two recently armed Council welfare work scholarship students from Czechoslowikia. Mr*. V.irtba Blochova (right), of I'rague, whose family was killed by |'l Germans and who was imprisoned in Auschwitz and Theresicn• • nit. will study child welfare at the School of Social Work, Tulane University, New Orleans. Miss Gertrude Dickova (left), of Bratislava, took refuge in England durine the war. After the war, she returned to Czechoslovakia to do social work and assist 1n the repatriation of refugee*. She will study social work at the University of Toronto, Canada. On completion of their training, like the 13 previous Council scholarship recipients, the students will return to l.nrope to asiUt in the rehabilitation program of the Jewish community. PubMahed every Friday since }9Z1 ^ u £KH^i£* zsSVssrfy Art Tw Y r ::: : ::::::: FRFD K S"OCHET Edltor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE m6 VJST" 120 N. E. Sixth Str^t Volume 20 Number 41 Friday, October in. 1947 TISHRI 26, 5708 C JLWKH TiirsuswiK Mtimi TREASUREJCHEST



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FRID AY, OCTOBER 10, 1947 +JmM§krMhni PAGE FIVE Zuckerman New Director at MJBC Mi'" 11 announces Beach Jewish Center a that Mr. Herbert SS Of New York City has joined its staff as educational di"Vr Zuckerman holds a degree i„ education from the City CoU w, of New York, and has taken oostgraduate courses at Columbia „,i Mew York universities. He f"also a graduate of the Rabbi hcob Joseph School in New York and studied for three years *, ,.',. [ sa ac Elchanan Yeshivah. Former educational director of the Rego Park Jewish Center in Ncw York, Mr. Zuckerman also laughl in the puhlic high schools tner e, and served as Guidance Counsellor on the Psychological Adjustment Program sponsored by the New York City Board of Education. The Zuckermans will make their home at 1330 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. ,|\Vll Adopt* Base ,M Standards MEW YORK. (JTA) — A statement of principles aimed at establishing a commonly accepted goal and objectives for all Jewish Cei ters was adopted last night at the closing session of a laj mo. ting of the Jewish Center Division Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. The statement defined the function of the center ai: Service as an agency of Jewish identification, Jewish integration and personality development; assistance in the integragration of the individual Jew, as well as of the Jewish group, into the total American community: furtherance of the democratic way of life; and providing a dynamic and flexable program of service in the fields of recreation and informal education for the entire Jewish community. The statment declares that "the program of the Jewish Center should devote primary attention t" Jewish content" and that in "aetivitii s connected with informal education, recreation and health ed ration," which are "essential [or a well-rounded program of the Jewish Center, the first d greatest emphasis should be placed on the spiritualcultural factors which constitute the Jewish way of life." The principles now go to the eight regional Sections of JWB, who will discuss them at their annual conventions this fall, and to the boards of directors of the Jewish Centers and YM-YWHAs. T is will be followed by the formal adoption of the principles 1!>48 annual meeting of JWB. Oive they have been rati:ird by annual meeting each Center now affiliated with JWB would be required to accept the iples within three years as ndition of continued affiliation with .1WB. For all new Centra %  -. acceptance of the principles will become an immediate condition for membership in JWB. (piMMlman to Talk on UN, Patent Ime Up to the minute developments in the United Nations on the Palestine question will be reviewed by Mr. Abraham Goodman in a talk before the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah on Monday, Oct. 13, at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Goodman is national vice president of the Zionist organization of America. The open meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein, president. She, will introduce the project chairman, who will present plans for the coming season. Mrs. Nat Kaplan, Education Chairman, has arranged the program in the absence of Mrs, Sam Simonhoff, Program Chairman. An informal gathering will follow the meeting and refreshments will be served. Life Insurance. Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Sldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 GOHDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS i V01 ro< •"•P'rd now; you i i.'n on e new roof later "Satisfactory Work by experienced Men" •M ?. w. 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-oSeO WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 1200 Noon to 1:15 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Congress Urged to Better GI Burial Aid System With the first ship bearing remains of American soldiers to be reburied in this country en route from Belgium. W. D. Thurmond, local monument dealer, joined his national association, Monument Builders of America, in urging the government to change the "discriminatory" system of "GI markers—or nothing" to allow $25.00 toward private monuments. "The same should apply to all veterans," he said. "Veteran and religious organizations ask my aid in getting the regulation markers for families," he says, "but when they arrive we often find we can't use them because they don't fit into the family burial plan or don't meet cemetery regulations." Monument Builders of America will ask Congress, at its next session, to change present regulations to allow servicemen's families $25.00 to help pay for a headstone, monument, marker or inscription on an existing family monument. This would end the discrimination of present policy whereby the family has no choice, —either accept the GI marker or bear all cost of the monument. The federal government does contribute money to funeral and burial expenses in addition to offering national cemetery facilities. • The Association suggests $25.00 as the sum for the proposed allotment because it is in line with the cost of government markers and would fulfill the obligation of the government to help perpetuate in a fitting manner the memory of those who fought to preserve it. Mr. Thurmond's company is a member of the National Monument Builders Association of America and also a member of the Alabama, Florida and Georgia Monument Builders Assoc. and is one of the directors in this organization. In the monument business for forty years, twenty-two of them in Miami, Mr. Thurmond recently erected a World War II memorial for the City of Opa Locka, Florida. This monument bears the names of Opa Locka residents who served their country, and of those who lost their lives in tnc service. Eli Hurwitz Officers Chosen By Gables Center An overflow attendance of 225 people met last Sunday at Hillel House to elect officers of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mr. Eli Hurwitz was chosen to succeed Mr. Sam Silver as president. Other new officers are: Mr. Sidney L. Lewis, vice president; Mrs. Leonard Glickstein, recording secretary; Mrs. Sam Lieberman, corresponding secretary, and Mr. Sidney Riehman, treasurer, Elected to the board of directors for the next year are the Messrs: Sam Silver, Sydney Block, J. Rogers, Leon Honig. Sanii'Schulfand, Milton Klein. Herman Rubin, Dr. Leonard Glickstein, and the Mesdames A. Edgar Miller and Luke Kussner. The Center meets the first Sunday of each month at 8 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Sidney L. Lewis BEACH COUPLES EXCEL AT CUBAN GYRATIONS "Rhumba one" couple at the Versailles dance contest on Thursday last were Ronnce Wasserman and Harold Shapiro. They were awarded first prize, by Milton Douglas and Chito Izar, vaudeville headliners. Second prize was snared by Beatrice Click and Max Weitz. Both winning couples are of Miami Beach. Evening on Water Planned by WC 682 A Moonlight Excursion on the Seminole Queen II on Sunday, Oct. 12 will start from Pier 6 of the Miami Yacht Basin, under the sponsorship of Workmen's Circle Branch 692 and Women's Club of Miami Beach. Mrs. Leon Elkin is chairman of the affair, and promises cxcursioners a concert, entertainment and refreshments. B. B. Council Plans Drive A goal of 500 members has toeen set for the membership drive of the 23 organizations comprising the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, President Harold Turk announced. At a meeting on Wednesday, plans were made for the an-out Drive, to be held in the Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables area. Drive chairmen are: Sholem Lodge Men, Marx Feinberg; Miami Beach, Harry Day; Miami Wamen's Chapter, Mrs. Jean Silverman; Miami Beach Women, Mrs. Anne Kaufman; Coral Gables, Oscar Sindell; Isaac Levin Lodge, Richard Gerstein. Ferguson Headquarters Opened at McCallister Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, an independent candidate for the Miami city commission, has opened campaign headquarters at 11 McAllister Hotel Arcade and is actively campaigning for the first primary election of Nov. 18. Dr. Ferguson, a resident of Miami for the past 24 years, was a member of the city commission in 1937-39 and is chairman of the Miami Chamber of Commerce sports committee and a member of the city's stadium advisory committee. CHORUS REHEARSAL A regular rehearsal of the Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will be held Tuesday,, Oct. 14 at 8 p. m. at the Ada Merritt School, 8th Ave and 3rd st. Men and women interested in joining the group are invited. For further information, call Louis Powesky, conductor, at 7-1172. 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., • I PAGE SIX i*Je*is* fhrkticMn________ = ^. 11 Concert, ftaylet A! "Ope^ l-ouse "We expe< I a ci pacity attendant at oui Op n : ouse membership meeting on Monday the I3t saj Mi Joseph Carp.' pre ident oi Mi i Group of Hadiissah. The i I set for Fashion Show M JCRS Tea The latest resort and cruise featured by "Peggj a oi „i and modelled by the Cornet girls will highlight the third annual membership meetir the Greater Mia ni Jewish Consumptive Relief Society. The the form of a •;.. Marine Room "l tnc ; lbcrt i;, hter Hotel on Monday. ,i ,. 13th. .it 1:30 p.m. M rgl si G ildslein is chairman t | ; n ,.,n. Gui si speak:; i V ing Lchrman and I W( ,. : 5, w ho ha: lust n ml aniza.,-, | confen nee oi i u'cl %  !. at 1 '] | E i". 5t SI Wl 11 i on 1 C. Brol i ii, Dr. P il I: -!: '• I '•' loubli last I • the : 1 H Ifccr boai Y" Oilers Outdoor Play The i A and WHA of Miami ai thi use of thi uuilding %  < %  No. 1 Lincoln rd.. ntinued until the new "Y" building n iw under coni 6 Bay rd. is com; As a n suit, ind mr acwill be curtailed until that H lW ( v the outdoor play area ,: No. I Lincoln rd. will be usi I v athletic, social, and ial activities. ; using a juke : md music, will ; nday and Wed\, w skates will free to the mei m ol the mem%  Loui ii i JUNIOR LEAGUE OPENS SEASON : Leaf ue v i I Sunday, Oct. 12th, .a tlir Miami Bi ach i nter, 14th pi. and Kuve. ...ii will a will bi • %  meeting. Social n i ii freshments will 1 W ; ertains Miami at thi [or thi' lO BECOME BAR MITZVAE .i sepl BIIH m i.i Dr. and Mis. M Bloi k, will beconv Saturday, at David S en ony, thei i v pli ,i in tin auditoriu n Children Served by Workmen's Circle Unit The young p< I the Workmen 1 I ,,,. ,, "Comm %  ^ % %  y Can paign behalf of the \ Displaced Jew. i ish Children France. Will! I Werfel, southi n. d rep • sentative, told fficials of t h Miami a n d M .inn Beach chapter. The is to suppiv ii" r 3 Vladeck II om i : '" with olotl n .vs. typcv chines and X-ray equ p 25 Families Adopted i ni'TODAY, OC TOBER 10 i 947 ii/.it IXIMT^TT NEW Ml >||i| l5s The B. Z. B. Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls will initiate 41 neu members on Tuesday, 8:oo p m October 14th, at Y. M. H A m S. W. 5th St., Mi Rus;,l w Mar galls. President, aniseed Serving on the anangomcnu committee will be Misse R a T n Mendelson. Han., Fudl^t Naomi Spero. Induction cerentf nies will be perfoi ned by th. group sponsors, Mrs. David Cats man and Mrs. Charles Jacobs* The group ,.. liy pleted planto i ni rtain the pa ./ ss R salce Marflolis, recentlj )\^ ni J a* the National Childrer.s' „-,... ,1,-ut of the BZB Cardiac Home every Sui ,. ...:, unili Girls. ternoon. I The Vladei kH He rstatc in Brunoy. France, wa the fund raising •. ung P' 1 Workmen', i thousand dolla d ; The Home is a n t"VI co-founder of th< J committee, and for m identified with the the joint disti i ii At the time ol th in 1938, he was managi largest Jew sh dailj n< wspi pei in the United SI U Werfel is consulting Miami and Miami Beach officials of the Workmen's Circle c m i ning or,tion, edu ation il and cultural activities. Hi b< tendered a reception on F i lay, Oct 10th. at l> p.m., at the Workmen's Circle Lvceum, 25 Washington We., Miami Beach Sunday. > v; 12th. at 8 p.m.. he will be guesl speaker at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. Third St., Miami. via B'nai B'rith Project destitute families in • ave been officially ,i by the Miami Beach I B'nai B'rith as a result .. i ; -Adopt-a-Family" cam' other families have 1„ L> n sent food and clothing by thi ni g ization, making a total ol 25 families already helped by pi ,ject, Walter C. Kovncr, lent staled. MIAMIANS ARE ELECTED TO WORKMEN'S CIRCLE M the 28th annual Southern : Conference of the Work. Ci cle held over the Labor Day week-end in New Orleans Charles Weintraub of Miami and Joseph Duntrov of Miami Beach ,li" led t.i the executive >l the southern district or• ition of the Workmen's Ci do. CtVt SUPPtlfS PHI LAMBA PHI SMOKER There will be a. SSSnSm. ter rush smoke: at Bill Jordan Bar of Music on Monday Octohpr 13th, 1947. at 8:00 p m. „[|> Lambda Phi Fraternity. freted. ing the smoker, at 7:30 p. m. an important meeting ol the Officers and Board of Directors ol the Alumni Clu A ill take place. A regular business meeting of Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will be held Monday, B:00 p. m.. October 13th. at the home of Miss Shirlee Zimmerman, 2647 S. W. Uth Street, it was announced by Mrs. Maxine Reinhard. President. HOUSE FOR RENT!| TO ELDERLY COUPLE WILLING) 'O SHARE WITH GENTLEMAN! C ROOMS. NICELY FURNISHEDJ -LOSE IN. CALL 2 4303 PAINT3NG Mrs. Ell Gives Tea Mrs. Leon Ell, past honorary i resident ol Sisti ood ol Temple Bi t Sholom, will ei tert; in at a Ii a lor Hi i members ol th< a1 he eme. 91 ii W. I2n I St. I l u October 14th, at 1:30 p. m. contend si m IOIM DISIIIIUIIM ciaaiun THE UFEUNK TO EUBOM I on Oct. 13. "FOR LENT I I I K wl < %  I' \ • from FcTill Vlay— S1.200J 1' Irs. R. aliin } 1520 S.W. 1! h Terrace k _..___. ..... _..._-4 A RELIABLE DEALER •Jerry <& >la<*Si %  1ADIATOR SHOP VIS WIBUTORS FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE BEACON AUTO RADiATOR CORES 2034 N.W. Second Avenue MIAMI Chief Jesse Davis of the Miami Fire Deparlmont v/ill address the mtmbers of Sholom Lodge. 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FR IDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1947 ^Jknisli rhrldlian PAGE SEVEN AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE STUDIES ,,5 h %  • %  %  > BUCHAREST— OTA)With .the arrival here of 80 tons of The scientific research department of the American Jewish rel } et supplies destined for the PE3S0HALITY FACTORS IM PREJUDICE %  Is industrial, competitive I and religious tentute a special case in mtext of. intergroup .,,,_. which include problems o) | a boi' against management, against conservatives, North against South, East • West, etc. u, cial conformity con, important source of personality deficien. n In individual also cause him to reach out for objects on which he can vent his hostility. Membi ol sub-dominant groups ,;; oui culture, since they don't have t'J ue invented, are readily id as convenient objects ol hosli ity." Projects of the American Jewii it tee's Scintific Re. i lepartment, outlined by l, i nan, include the colof clinical material on individuals, studies of pic,up and community behavior of anti-prejudice edulal. "Perl ips one of the most imitures of the work of fie research department is Ihi ation of its operaI n th the American Jewish p ogram activities," AV function as a kind : Standards by testing and pre-testing our products in the ime way that a manufacture: applies extensive to his product before puttini ii the market." Flowerman declared neatest need today is i technology of human to keep pace with our technir : victories over matter Committee is conducting a series of investigations "to isolate those personality factors which play so important a role in intercjroup confl.ct," aimed at discovering "the key to the constructive channeling of hostilities within the individual," Dr. Samuel H. Flowerman, noted social psychologist, author and associate director of the department, declared at a luncheon ol the New York chapter of the American Jewish Committee, held last week. Host lity. Doctor Flowerman said, "stems from the neurotic .... ni'-h envelop and also h '^HUNGARIANS SEEK COL. ARPAD TOLDY Ministry of Justice has asked the French occupation authorities in Austria to surrender Col, roldy, who is now in < Id at Innsbruck. Toldy, who was the Horthj Government's Commissioner foi Fewish Property, j. accu ed ol laving stripped Jews of millions >f dollars worth of valuables and Having ordered the torture ol hose who refused t.) disclosejhe %  .hereabouts of their pi op. i ty. In he closing days of the v.. .hipped truckloads ol jewelry md gold coin to Germany, mo i if which was captured bj Allies. The Ministry of Just: contacted Soviet military au ties with the object of apprehending Jozef Nidossy, who commanded a fascist center I pest where hundreds of Jewwere tortured to death. It i. e lieved that Nidossy is in a prison camp under a different name. His photograph h:i i i sent to the commandants ol all camps. A memorial to the Jews who died at the Harka laboi camp has been unveiled in the Jewish Heroes Cemetery here. I) Ii of the governmnt parties and representatives of the Bud municipality and Jew i zations spoke at the dedication ceremonies. Joint Distribution Committee's relief and rehabilitation program in Rumania, the J. D. C. now has some 700 tons of relief supplies frozen in custom warehouses. The goods are in government custody because the Rumanian oral el. of the JDC cannot pay the huge duties, amounting to about 711 per cei I of the local market %  ''" : thi products, which the tax office has placed against the medicine and clothing. The JDC has appealed the matter to the Finance Ministry which in done little to ease the situaion, although the duty against individual relief parcels has bem di shed drastically. If the duty is not paid on the relief supplies within a short period, they are liable to seizure. LEGAL NOTICES 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. NO. 112194 %  .-I: HOFFMAN, Plaii vn. I .Ell C. HOFFMAN, I .• i ndant. NOTICE TO APPEAR i: 1. 1..' % %  IWIAN. Care Hold Emerson, ltd U'. > 75th sii. .1, New York. N. V. ^ h. i • bj notified and rei Ired tn appeal to I he Kill of Com. above styled cause r before Nm ember In, 1 ;• T. othi iMs.the Kill of Complaint will be tjiki n an coi i. ed againsl you. Lei i In i order be published once a week for not lean than four successive n The Jew ih Florldlan, a .. r published in I lade i 'ounl i, 11 ited i lil Dth d \y of i tctober, 1947 K K LEATHERMAN, Cli ;, of the circuit Court. By M. C. UREEN, IC.C. Seal) Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, An. nu j ..t i aw, 1023 Koylmlil 1:1,1s.-.-., Miami, Florida, 10/10-17-21 II, Mayfair Bridge Club • MIAMI BECH • IINCQIN DOAD ON THE DOCAN oilPi ii:AirB • Ituaai %  I SIN RUMMY • BACK MAMMON AlROTH. DIRECTOR Phone 48-2717 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE C'l'.NTV. FLORIDA NO. 16370 Ue: Eal .'• ..i EDWARD KAN HORN 1IICKKV, 11 Notice of Intention to Make Application Fur Final Discharge. NOTICE IS IIKIIEHY OIVEN thai .v< ..HI final report .1 nd 1 ..., narge as Bxecu Ii r II El 'WAR1 SAN llolt.N IIH'KEV, lie. • m ed; and that 11 In November, 19 IT, %  the Honorable \v. p. .in.I.:,,,1" 1 lade Courtly, Floriita, for approval Of said final 11 1 lor final dlacharge na of the Kstatc of Edward .'.. 1.. .,. Illekcy, deei -. • .1 Thi* Mli •' 1 ictober. 1947. |.|.i.Ki:.s. 1: HICKEV McNALLY. MII.DKEII MICKEY HURLEY. Itl XA.W'A DICKEY O'CONNOR d VR.\ M. FEINBERO, Attorni For Exec-utricles. I III. G l 1 rr FOR EVERY LAjJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & C. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS OMAN LOUIS GERBEIi "Get 'em while it's hot, folks!" Now"* the time to prepare for solid comfort when it"...Id next winter. This free book on modern oil heating furnishes all the answers to your home heating problem. See your dealer or call at our office today. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'ICE IS HI. 1:1. KV OIVEN thai the iiii.n i M, i, desiring to engage !u buaines* under the fictitious name ,i lim.-i: ii|-' WATCHES, :ii 339 Ml iml, Florida, inLIHI to wild name with the of ihi Ciroull Court of Dade i. Florida, s\il. BELENKE. ELLIOT PEARL, H'RANK Si il.uMi i.\. Attorney foi Applicant. ; % %  in :. : i %  11/7. F10KIM POKE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK III.KKKV OIVEN thai the nu ii lulled, di nil ing t.i engage inder the Flctltloua name XITY BENDIX LAUNDRY, \ E. I nil Street, Miami, Florida, I ,i said name with t'leik the Circuit Court of l lade i ounty, Florida. ARTHUR BWEIOENTHAL. Sole owner. FRANK SOL" IMON. Attoine) for Applicant. 31, II 7. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .1,'rii'i: IK HEREBY OIVEN thai tl„. uiulei slmie.l, dealrlng to engage %  I i, -in. -. under the flctltloua name K II MOTORS, HI 930-944 Weal Street, Miami, Florida., In,.|„| |o rell Bier sai.l name with the %  i the Circuit Court of Dim """"'KOBERT J. RBESB. A C RIDOLF. II VNK SI • I.>MI 'N, \ ii. for Appllcanta. in HI K--'i-.i. n %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ,i„. u: i. dealrlng to engage i,,,.,i,. -. in.:, i Hi" flctltloua name %  ,| %  .|..\K PHARMACY AND l i NC'HEII.NETTE at 860 Wathlnftton Miami K.-.i.i'. Florida, Intend %  name with the Clerh i i court of Dade County, MAX WOOUF. RAB WOOLF. SHIRLEY \N %  !'.. v. 11 %  • • i • \ for Appllcanta, in 10-17-24-31. i: l. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneaa under the fictitious name of DURABLE VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURING CO., at 2052-uI "•'. w. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to register s.ii.i name iih the Clerh nf the rireull I'ourt of Dade County, Florida. MRS. FRITZIE LITTMAN, Sole owner. I2-I!i-Jii 1(1/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai dm undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol .Al'V RENIER LINGERIE OF MlVMI, HI IS N. E, l KM St., Miami, Pla., intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAYER E. REINER Bole iwner. 9/12-19-26 Ki/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Inundersigned, desiring to oi II business under the flcl tlous name if SCREWBALL RESTAURANT at !200 Northwesl -Tin Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to reglati r said name A'ith the Clerk .,i the Circuit Court f Dade County, Florida. JOHN WILSON, SAW HOROWITZ. • :'C 10/2-10 17 M, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersig deauins i" engage in In. undei tin fictitious na • ol G A K SALEG COMPANY in .1 in. I, ait i;is \v, -I. in ler Street, Miami, Floi Ida, Intend to name with the I "ii rh ol tlie < in ail ( 'oui i of i i.i.i,' i !ounty, .\ ,X UOLI >ST1 : X n I -,i U MSI :n HARRY DIETZ, Attorney foi %  < i: %  : j.. 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under tinfictitious nami if JACK THE WEA\ MR at 2426 N.E Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, inrenda i<> reglstei :.i na me wii h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JACK W. GREESI IN, WASMAN, SILVER .vKAKOWITZ, Attorneys for AiMtllcant, !i 26 l" 3-10-17-24, NOTICE UNDt -. FICTITIOUS NAME LW NOTICE IS lu.Ii IY (11 VI'•' that (Ii.. undi rslgni • hlng to en ige .a business uni i i lie n .•... %  of %  '. .•:• S, \ i BUK .'T CM %  Not Inc. i :i( numb %  > %  i Flagter Street, Miami, F oiid.i, i lei .1 to i. %  lst< r the said name lit.i the i 'lei k of (I Ii cult •' i i oi.nly, Florida. FRANK %  M.i MARGA1 :.l{ PAUL WE1TZ: >>. Attorney for iuiilii ants. •• 19-26 10 3-10 N( ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl al the underalgne i in no longer engagi .i in bui in. imli i i lie i til mm of S.M LI-.Y'S c • |.i • J E BHOPPE, at : >0 .. R Flrsl Ave., Miami, Fli .. i other I. ss it the aforesai addi ...->~. A BUM : %  i I BRi HI M '. (1AI.INSK y WALTER c I ..\ ..I.:.. | Attoi ney. 'i 19-26 I" 3 I'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious na of NEW BRA Hi DR( il'ONICS at 3491 S.W. 1 Tlli Street, Miami. I-'I I Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK N. WEST. Sole <>v. ner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. Congress Building, Miami, Florida H Id Ii 24 31, 11 1. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, TC, REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912. ETC., REQUIRED BY ACT OF MARCH 3, 1933. AND JULY 2, 194C. .,f Till". JEWISH FLORII'lAN, published weekly al Miami, Florida for September -" %  ', 1947, State ..i Florida, County of Dade, ss. Before me, a notary public, in and for the stiiir and count afon personally appeared Fred K. bmochet, who. having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says thai he is the Publisher of The Jewish Florldlan, and that the following Is, to the be>l of his knowledge and belief, ,i trui -int.HI of the ownership, management (and if a dally, weekly, semiweekl) or tri-weekly newspaper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, as amended by the His of March ::, 1933, and July :', 1946 (section 587, Postal Laws and Regulations), printed on the reverse ..r this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses 'f the publisher, editor, innnnglns editor, mil business managers an ; Publisher, Fred K. Bhochet; Editor, Fred K. Shochet; Managing Editor, Fred K. Shochet; Business Manager, Fred K. Shochet. Post Office Box 2973, .Miami, Florida. .'. That the owner is: (If owned by %  corporation, Its num.. and address must be stated and also immediately (hei euniler the names and addresses ,f stockholders owning or holding one lier cent or more of total amount ..f stock. If not owned by a corporatl the names and addresses of the Individual owners must be given. If owned by a Hrm, company, or other unincorporated ooncern, Its name und address, as well as those of each Individual member, must ingiven.) The Jewish Fipridlan, Not Incorporated, Ethel Shochet und Fred K. Shochet, Posl Office Box 2973, Miami, Florida, ::. That the known bondholders mortgagees, and other security hold. %  rs owning or holding one per cent .,imore of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities ... None. 4. That the two paragraphs above, giving the names of the owners, stoi I holders, and security holders, ii any, ontaln not only the list ,.r %  • %  lolders and security holders as they ippear upon the books ,.i the ^ ipnnj i,ui also, in .ases where the stockholder or securit) holder appears upon the hooks of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relations, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting. Is given; also that the said two paragi contain statements embrai Ing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the Ircumstances and conditions under winch stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities In a capacit) other than i i,iii ,.i R bona fide owner? and this affiant has no reason to believe that any, other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct . (This Information is required from daily, weekly, semi-weekly, an.l tri-weeki) new si opera onl) FRED K. SHOCHET. Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this L'l'th day of September, INT. (Seal) GERTRUDE P, HUGHES, (My commission expires November 2::, lins. NOTICE UNDE • FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that gin .i i. • age in luslne* under %  lie licl tlu nu me ..f MIAMI Jl'NIOl i, al %  V in \v %  • %  Miami, F intends to n sister .aid name \\ .\i ih ci. i ,.i i i,. i 'i,-•uit Court ..f i lade ("i nl y Fk Ida, BEN TR PKIN, f li I >wner, 9/12-19 26 l l NOTiCE Vt-. -)\ R FICTITIOUS NA At: I AW Ni iTJCE is HEREBY fllTON that %  n .'; in Inisin. of BAYS'IDR HO' El, 8,i0 Beai'li Fla., Intend I i. ,i ihi naini uh I lie i 'i.i k of thi I'll cut! i mi I ol I lade County, Florida JA<'',' SK:. : ci,. K. i. .: ,.;.i, 10 !7 24, IN Till: (Kti-i IT (• %  iCl.T iIK -MI.; ELEVEN' : DH'1 v.. .'ii. : r, IN > s : i • I'. : I > i ... II. Hill IA. I i I \... i.l.\ > ORIHCR •<. PUBLICATION .. Ri tin • • %  .: ... i, In Re A'loplio of a Minol I \LVRCIA I'M li. i.lK'li IN. To i.VVII" 1.1 ...... \, li .... I>n. ? Yoil You a .• hi rel I i •. %  ..,• %  i ., Hi.. II .ri ror the ;, I, ptli | M.M.'i'lA CARI IPTON, b> Uiuls Fn .-man on or hef/n v Hi %  • ::.• 11. .: IJ ,,i 1 1 t..l.r, 1947, i I %  ., the allegations ..f said i.il III I., taken ai I. %  .1 ..: ill I lone and %  e:l till 1st das ..f I Ictobi I. E : :•: VTHERM \ V i "li rk ..' I he Clrcu i i' .nit. ity M.'' i IKK'.N. Depul %  'lei k. %  • i UEolMJ J '.\. IFF, fo I iiI 10 S-lfl I ,' %  24. NOTICE UNDE,! f ICTI1 OU„ NAME i I .. NOTICE !S ;,:.,.' l!l\ t:N i ial the und. ; signed to i irage in business under i a ARCA\ N I-Al. MENT HOTEL, at 643 Jefferson \ > Miai.i. Beat h, Fla., Inti n.i. i j,i name i!i •:,.. %  %  i,. i*i., i ,,.,, %  ( of I >u le ''.. ; %  I Floi Ida. ARCAV US '. CO., INC. By: Rl'Hl*. SMl'CEI. i idenl A in m Ml RRS, HEIM \N KAI ,AN, leys I,,. Appll :i '19-20 ;.:; 10 NOTICE UI.DFR FICTITIOUS Nl.VIE LAW NOTICE IS IEREBY GIVEN that the unde signe ', desiring lo engage in buslnegf(-un<,i-r the fictitious name '"' I" 'USE nl.'is : I.I II. s ni 923I • ybol i lidg., Miami. F i Id I, 3491 s.w. 17th Stn i i. Ml mil, I orlda, nil n.ltn i : :i said i am,. Itl) the i'h rk .a the i cult Courl of I lade County, Florida MAX GOLDSTEIN, Sole owner. I DIETS', Attorney for Applicant, Convresa B Hill ngf, Miami. Florida. 10 1" 17-24-31. li 1. IN Tin: CIRC T 'Ol RT oi-' I'HE i:i,i:\i:\"ni JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Fl : l>ADE Col ."• TV, FLORIDA. I i HANCEin N 111971 DAVID DEB LI (i R Plaintiff, \ .si inn !: DEBl \'<' ER, •: lant, rO: SOPHIE IEBLINGBR ::::j Hawtho e Stri i. K • ikl] a. I %  Yi Vi i :. a hrel .. tlf*e I md i equlred to appear to le Bill of Complaint b styled n or lefore ( K tob >r : 7 1947, othei %  i the Kill of i 'ompll t %  111 be %  en as .II In The rewlsh Floi i.l : n. a i published In Dad. County, Florida. I lated this -' iy of September, 1947. E. It. LEATHERM VN, i :;. ,,. 'Iroull Co irt. B) M. r GREEN, Deputy Clerk. (C c Real.) MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Beybold Kail.ling, Miami, Florida. |/M 10/3-10-17. • i r W I i



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(Ely, OCTOBER 10, 1947 +Jewishrk>rkiiar) PAGE NINE lille! To Serve [000 Students At iiami University with n anticipated student at| some seven thousand L,h .'• Iniversity of Miami, B'nai L... i, Efillel Foundation expects P" r ,bou1 two thousand studin g to Rabbi Albert lichel director of the Foundali"' 1 f • i ar ge and varied religious, Inttiiral and social program has Fj, for Hillelites. DurMike Klarfeld [ngthe High Holy Days, all Jewish students were invited to services, through the courtesy of the I Coral Gables Jewish Center. The lopening icial event of the year [was ai all-freshman Interfaith IDano nd Reception at Rich|mon • TMtH0irOHLIWIHCO. %  CINCINNATI. OHIO



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t I I ./ i Jewish Education Forges Ahead" Heiman Tells Baltimore Meeting wni, the current nal n! observance of Jewtah "Mueatlon Month ,"e present to our render* paper read before n,.unini. "'"'•;, ''..f,,! more Mel last M:t} by Louis Heiman. at that time president 01 bus travel was about fifteen chl dron The difficulties were (1) STdSSU wont home from public school and 'i d llh {„ enC ourage then, to thereafter local Board <•( Jewish Edui atlon. EDITOR. Our daily press recently carried a significant news items. We were told that a Jewish chaplain had refused to perform the marriage ceremonies for 12 American Jewish servicemen m Germany who desired to mairy German girls. We were quit, amazed when we read some of the newspaper comment on me incident. It seemed to us that the emphasis was directed to me question as to whether or not it was justifiable for the chaplaii: to issue his refusal. What a strange analysis! Almost b.OUUUUL of our Jewish brethren had been brutally murdered by the Naz.s. These ads contributed to the awakening of the world to the realization that these forces must be halted if th< rights of human beings were to survive. Among those who landed In Europe in a righteous crusade for rights so well expressed in the Four Free. doms, w< re these same twelve Jewish men. They helped to accomplish a glorious victory, but how soon were the mighty fallei Was n the love of passion and the beauty Of the flesh that SO dulled their thinking that we find them begging to marry those who hut recently had attempted to destroy then/.' Or should vvi ponder more properly over their lack <>i Jewish education? Ah. if tin y had only known well i I their Jewish heriti gi What a it might have made : twelve had lean le lesson of the twi h e sons of Jaci >b, and its implications! M j be I coi duct of these twi Ive would liffen nt if they ha I i d the gloi iou | v hen Kin | D th< twelvi el it holy w u 'i'n people !: apj ropriately th s • r.t points up the need for >r time for p( isimism. Years and years ago, thered toget i emei I in the long run. everything m e out all right These • lutioi con %  .'.• %  vorld o\ i Tl com. %  • rinciple 1 will insure It is in this spit it tl ". c i u : co forward with our for the development ol Education. With an that, in the long run E will come out let us pass from the window di i ssing and look >>< ind tl cut lain. There I as been assigned to myself the task of discus it D "HOW can thi Bureau of Jewish Educat ion hel] : : munity to reach all ace groups, from Kinili rgarteri tl rou th the F.lemei tary School, the II % %  • Rcl i 1. and idult [i stitute". In my opinion tl is Question seems to be all inclusive for it embraces all of the activities of a Bureau of Jewish Education. Certain underlying principles must be stated before describing specific techniques for the carrying out of an effective program for all :\ao groups. A primary principle is that education doc not end with the classroom work From our point of view, education is coterminous with life and its problems. Jewish Education is Jewish life and its experience! It is not limited to the four walls of the classroom, nor the pre] tion for Bar Mitzvah, i or confirmation from Sunday School. nor to graduation from a Higl ol 0 r a College ol Ji Studies. It includes all these and more. Jewish Education, broad sense, includes tht present and future of the I >1 of Jewish life, its history, I tion-. t: ials, tribulations, and ambitions. Therefore, we have accepted th< principli all Jewish groups, whether childrei in Schools, youth, adults, formal or informal, are within our purview for Jewish educational purposes. Anotl er pi inciple we have accepted is that the Bureau il Jew Is E ur experiment has more' than doubled, No doubt, v.ui have noticed how we are reaching all age groups. The i> T A. is : OW a permanent orition, with the parents more int( rested tl an ever before in Jewish education, not only for their children, but for themselves as well. More children are now in): this particular Hebrew I. Furthermore, the i>ubi. itj ha.e n cou r aged other •Is to request the same facilities for their children of their members, Great oaks from little acorngrow! Generally speaking, we believe Bureau of Jewish Educaould be a Service Agency, and not actually a functional agency in the field of Jewish Education. As a Service Agency, w utilize the resources of our community. Whenever programs Iready in existence, we do not try to disparage them or to duplicate them. We cooperate with the established programs, : then them, and add our prestige to make them successful. For example, where one Institution planned an adult educational program, we helped to provide speakers, outlines of study, and publicity for the events, There are occasions, however, when a Bureau may properly act as a functional agency. In our community, we were naturally interested in the establishment of a Hebrew High School. Wc found ..bout five children in our Orthodox synagogue who were desirof continuing their Hebrew education. We found an equal MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" Mams $*ttm Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Ap parel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flacler St.. Miami LILLIAN DURRANTS 41st Street Flower Shop 423 41sl Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER RIVERSIDE MIMORIAL CHAPEL >rtS rtJUTERAL SERVICE i-7777 BIVERSIDE AMBUliANCE SERVICE l*3t We.shir.gton Ave. MUmi Beach 8DWA1H0 T. NSWttAU FtMWfM Ofrector A#8 KtftftMMtftQ, Tr. u -et U Mew Vwk; *h *. exd Amtiwdim Are number at our conservative congregation. Neither had sufficient children or finances to form a Hebrew High School group. We gathered these ten children from both groups, employed a teacher and paid his salary, and other expenses. Probably the first Hebrew High School in the entire South is now functioning in greater Miami. The Bureau is thereby bringing another age group into the field of Jewish Education, We must tell you of another fascinating experience in which our Bureau initiated a service which has given us great pride and satisfaction. Shortly after the formation of our Bureau three years ago, we learned that many Jewish children were confined in a National Cardiac Home established in Miami for sufferers of i heumatic hearts. Naturally, these children could not attend Hebrew School or Sunday School for their Jewish Education. The Institution was non sectarian. This fact, coupled with the usual financial program, stymied us when we appealed to them to provide Jewish Education for these handicapped children. We hired a capable teacher and paid her salary. For three years, this project has functioned. What is its present status? The Christian children at the Institute, after talking with their Jewish playmates, decided they wanted to attend class, and this has been arranged. The Cardiac Home now defrays part of the expense, and its leaders are among the strongest boosters of our Bureau of Jewish Education. Notice how several ago groups, through this project, have been brought into the orbit of our circle? We have not made the mistake that Jewish education only covers efforts with the Sunday School and the Talmud Torah for the children. We recognize that it includes adult education as well. We have sponsored adult education classes. Community wide observance of Jewish Book Month, Jewish Music Month and a Teacher Training Institute. I Through our effort, singing society i ,, f '** 1 ing and has Jaincd^n **3I reputation in ou, SmmunM Of these are p ., ,. n %  All I the functions ;, i ; u C' V l es Time does not permit' describe many wj??*! tivities. In P Ling re howeS3 may proper v call attomi • ** establishment tfoSSJ^S the Jewish reft £ftj ish periodicals Jewish Si? pedias, and ,„! %  ,, ffijjj* content. Our iv /"** most fifteen h"£3WS3 and our circulat m h8J j ^ fifty percent th, year ovX preceding year, i n S p V* cramped quar! %  and *\ tral location. Tins is onlyTh^' ble beginning. y a hum The blueprint for the work ol (Continued on oaqe 12) ( p7IO S. W. I7ih AV. MIAMI-. L. 3-343U "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY R£PK$m T* MAJORITY Of N0RTK.IN JEWISH FUNERAL WMU ln/ormalion Clod!, Fu.msW on ttqunl SERVING MIAMI BEACH 1 MUM Exclusively Jewis/i JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service llfliil *sm Ihemtniaf CAapel Irving Blasberg Treasurer 1850 Al TON ROAD MIAMI REACH R. A. NICELEY Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic* Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel bines For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1* 34 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHOMF.,.., SERVING THB IEWISH COMMUNITYPHONE l-atM E.E. CARTER. Fur.j Director "A Friend In 1W 2001 W. FLA0L



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SRcTOBER 10, 1947 9 'JewlstFk>rldHcri PAGE ELEVEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH frOB 301311 Washington ave.. Smi Beach. Rabbi Moses MesB Cantor Louis D. F.d.r P^dav evening services at 5.45. 13,5 ming at 7 am Mata Ebath w '' at 9 *, How : 1 ,, n ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Line will become Bar Mitrvah Lc mo ning services. Mineha 1-30follow I by Shalos Seudos I;;;, MoSCS Mescheloff will T ,. on -Portion of the £. k Maariv at 6:30. RegisiVk.n foi Sunday School from o'clock Sunday morning to a. %  BETH TFI'-AH. 935 Euclid ave.. fcmi Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Tnday evi ning services at 5:45. jluidav mo ning at 8:30. Rabbi K ph E. > ,vskv wil1 speak • The World and Israel." Min.,t 5 O'I lock Saturday folC.,,,'l by Shalos Seudos. The |bbi will I' ak on "Light and Clmess.' iriv services will |] IIU Da vices at 7:30 .m. [owed by a class in Mishnah. jncha serv ci s at 5:45 p.m. foiled by a i lass in Jewish law I customs and Maariv services. tliami Hebrew School and iior Congregation, 1101 S.W. jth Ave. Rabbi Simon April. lay evi i ng services at 5:45. iurdaj ing at 9 o'clock. |bli: Sinn i April will speak on I "Portion of the Week." Sun. mornin Sunday School at %  o'clock. Registration for HcW anil Sunday Schools daily |m 3 to i> p.m. JMAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX bNGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th je„ Miami. Rabbi Murray buer. iday evi n ng services at 5:45. Bui. lay ng at 8 p.m. Jun!0 o'clock. Rabbi irray Graucr will speak on pi Beg ni Difficult?" Min5:15 followed by Sou i i Rep'strat'on fr Jday School from 9 to 12 noon. Brew School registration daily n 3:30 tn 6 30. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday evening at 6:30 Friday night services at 6 o'clock, Saturday morning at 8:30. Sunday school registration, Sunday at 10 o'clock. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday night services at 6:30 p.m., Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." Pie-kindergarten group starts Oct. 13th; Sunday School party and enrollment, Oct. 12th. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "Rediscovery of America." Saturday morning services 10:45 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render musical portions at all services. Sunday Religious School and week-day afternoon Hebrew classes now in session. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Regular Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the services and lecture. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock, Rabbi David Raab will preach on "Are We Giving Our Children a Jewish Education?" Hollywood. Florida Friday evening services at 8:15, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. HARRY PEARL — HERMAN PEARL ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF JACKSONVILLE PLANT AND OFFICES AT 3330 EVERGREEN AVENUE "To Better Serve Florida" With the Finest of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS And Other Leading National Brands Florida Provisions, Inc 3330 EVERGREEN DRIVE JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA Officers of the Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rilh receive charter membership cards from E. Albert Pallot. first vice president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. In photo (left to right) are: Norton Pallot. vice president; Richard Gerstein. president; Mr. Pallot and Paul Glasel, second vice president. The group is the fourth adult B'nai B'rith Lodge to be organized in this area and is open to all men over 21 years of age. II "Miss B'nai B'rith Must Be Vocalist '"Miss B'nai B'rith", top vocalist of the greater Miami area, will be chosen at the second annual Sho. lem Lodge, B'nai B'rith Hallowe'en Party and Dance, Sunday evening, October 26th at the Frolic Club, it was announced by Dance chairman Marx Feinberg and Milton Friedman. Feminine singers who wish to compete may enter the contest by calling the Sholem Lodge office at 3-6306. Barry Davis, orchestra leader, whose All-Vet Dance band will provide music for the affair, states that he has been seeking a "typical" Miami songstress, and will invite the winner to audition with his orchestra. The Hallowe'en Party will also feature carnival games. Members of B'nai B'rith Girls groups will act as hostesses, and the S h o 1 e m Lodge Women's Chapter will assist with refreshments and entertainment. Tickets at $2.00 per couple are available from any B'nai B'rith member or at 330 Seybold Bldg., the Lodge office. We Sell. Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Milo* Narvinm tend* to relax nervous tension, to permit refreshing sleep. It has helped thousands. Why not give it a chance to help you? > Try Miles NERVINE when nervous ttnsion makes you jumpy, cranky, deepleu, or fires you nervous headache. Your druggist bat Mile. Nervine liquid and efftrvescent tablets. Try them. Your moosjr back if you are not satisfied. CAUTION-use only M directed. Bffsr> veacent tablets, 35c and 75c — Liquid, 25c and •1.00. Miles Uboratarlet. Inc. Blkhart tod. AT All DIUO STOMf MILES NERVINE SILVERS TO OPEN NEW GIRLS' CAMP Camp Osceola for Girls in Horse Shoe, N. C, is nearing completion, according to Mrs. Herbert Silver. The new huts are already finished, and the mess hall and lodge, being built by Morris Segal, Mrs. Silver's father, are almost completed. Mr. and Mrs. Silver operate Camp Osceola for Boys at Hendcrsonville, N. C, and will open the new sister camp for the 1948 season. The new camp, located on the Mills River, boasts a large swimming pool. The Silvers recently returned from North Carolina and are at their home at 950 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. Mizrachi Women To Install New Officers Officers will be installed by the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's Division on Saturday evening, Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. at Beth Jacob Synagogue, 311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Mrs. Emanuel Karger will conduet the formal installation ft honorary president Mrs, J. Brenner; .President, Mrs. F. Kalstein; vice presidents, the Mesdames S. Grundberg, Anna Baer, P. Chill, M. Lehrman and H. Sir; Becordinc secretary, Mrs. s. Geltner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. L. Feder; financial secretary. Miss <;. Gurland, and treasurer, Mrs. E. I.ilienfeld. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will address the gathering, and Cantor Feder will offer a number of musical selections. There will be entertainment by Bernicc and Jear.ette Sir. MIAMI AJC A "Dutch Treat" luncheon will precede the first regular meeting of Miami Chapter of American Jewish Congress to be held on October 22 at 1 p.m. in the Shell Room of the Miami Colonial Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was guest speaker at the opening dinner meeting of the Jacksonville Jewish Center Men's Club last month. ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ rrouBY 35000 LICENSES AwksuModbimtAtTcss j 669 N.W. 6 JtVe L MIAMI 36. FLORIDA i '• %  ; if h i



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ii^lie\wiislh-IE!liDipidliiayp
V5^2^NUMBER 41
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBErTcT
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I. S. Britain Hold Secret Talks on
Palestine; Agency Accepts Partition
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)-The
ulli'nut, solution of the Pales-
u,(. problem now before the
United Nations will depend upon
,he outcome of secret negotia-
tions bong conducted at present
between the governments of the
United St.itcs and Britain, the
Jewish TelegrapMc Agency
learned last Friday.
Until these negotiations are
l(l duded the U. S. delegation at
Lake Success will take no defi-
nite stand n the recommenda-
ol the U. N. Special Com-
mittee on Palestine to the Gen-
eral Assembly, it was assumed
here among the delegations of
the imallei states. The majority
of these delegations are not ready
to commit themselves on UNS-
COP's recommendations for par-
tition until they get an indication
of the attitude of the United
SI and the Soviet Union.
Circles dose to President Tru-
man indicated that there is no
ground for a state of alarm on
the part of Zionist leaders who
(car that they may be "let down"
by the U. S. delegation. However,
it became known that when Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver and Moshe
Shertok conferred with Secre-
tary of State George C. Marshall
last week, they left without as-
surances that the American gov-
ernment would support Jewish
claims for the establishment of
a Jewish state in Palestine as
recommended by the UNSCOP
majority. Marshall is said to be
wavering on the UNSCOP ma-
jority n port.
Andrei Vishinsky, head of the
Soviet delegation, indicated that
the attitude f the U. S. S. R. re-
garding i e UNSCOP report will
he based on a statement made by
Andrei Groyrnko at the special
session of the Assembly last May.
At that time, Gromyko said that
the Soviet Government would
prefer to si e the Palestine ques-
tion solved through the estab-
lishment of an independent bi-
national Arab-Jewish state, but,
should this prove impossible, the
Soviet Union is of the opinion
that the Jews are entitled to a
state of their own, on the basis
of partition.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
Although the partitioning of
Palestine "entails a very heavy
sacrifice on the part of the
Jewish people." the Jewish
Agency is prepared to accept
the partition recommendations
of the U. N. Special Committee
on Palestine "subject to further
discussion of the constitution
and territorial provisions,"
which should take place at the
present session of the General
Assembly, Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver told the U. N. this week.
Camp Official
Gets LiIV Term
FRANKFURT, (JTA) Heinz
Bollhorst, a former official of
the Mauthausen death camp, was
sentenced to life imprisonment
by an American military court
in Dachau for having participated
in the murder of 14 Dutch Jews
at the camp, it is reported here.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
Britain is still maneuvering to se-
cure a decision by the Ad Hoc-
Committee on Palestine which
would relieve the British of the
obligations of the Mandate, at
the same time that it would al-
low them to remain in the coun-
try, it is learned here.
Members of the British dele-
gation have been suggesting to
the other delegates tnat since
there are sharp differences of
opinion and much confusion
among the 57 delegations on the
UNSCOP report, it would be ad-
visable to adopt those sections of
the report which were recom-
mended unanimously and defer
action on the disputed portions.
This would leave Britain in un-
limited control of Palestine until
the U. N. is in a position to en-
force any decision it m^i ulti-
mately make with regard to the
final status of Palestine, since the
11 UNSCOP members all agreed
on the immediate termination of
the Mandate.
CONFERENCE PLAN FOR PERMANENT
ORGANIZATION TO BE DISCUSSED
NEW YORK (JTA) The basic plan for the permanent
organization to succeed the American Jewish Conference will
be examined at hearings in various key communities during
October and November, it was announced by Louis Lipsky,
chairman of the executive committee of the American Jewish
Conference.
Sponsored locally by commu-
nity councils, welfare funds and
leaders in Jewish endeavor, these
public hearings are designed to
provide an opportunity for com-
munal leaders to give expression
to their views on the plan and
to suggest necessary amendments.
Thus far, hearings have been
scheduled in Chicago, October
12; Cleveland, October 19; De-
troit, October 12; Los Angeles,
October 26; and Philadelphia,
November 2. Arrangements are
being made for hearings in Bos-
ton, Nashville, Newark, New-
York and San Francisco.
The hearings will be presided
over by a committee or panel of
prominent local Jewish leaders.
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
Conference executive committee,
and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
chairman of the committee on
future organization, and other
members of the Conference ex-
ecutive committee will introduce
the discussion by presenting and
analyzing the plan.
NATIVE-BORN EGYPTIAN JEWS FACJlgJJJ-gS-
NUREMBERG, (JTA) The
prosecution this week completed
its case against 23 Nazi officers
charged with leading a special
Gestapo task force which exter-
minated 1,000,000 Jews and other
"racially inferior" people during
a two-year period.
The American prosecutor
wound up his case in the record
time of 13 and One-half hours.
The case is being heard by an
American military court. Follow-
ing completion of the prosecution
presentation, the trial was ad-
journed until next week when the
defense will be heard.
The three-man court accepted
some 170 documents as evidence,
including tally sheets of the va-
rious persons murdered by the
Nazi unit. The prosecutor's case
was based almost entirely on the
documents which included copies
of orders and records of the mass
killings.
nHIITL-DUnn LUiniMM JLTYJ I HVb
OUSTER FROM JOBS UNDER RULING
CAIRO (JTA) The increasingly precarious position of
the 40,000 so-called stateless Jews in Egypt, who are faced with
ouster from their jobs and other forms of civil economic dis-
crimination, is causing great concern to leaders of the Jewish
community here.
These Jews, all of whom are native-born, and, in most
cases, who..,, fathers and grand-A
YPOLISH JEWS REPATRIATED
fathers were born here, are clas-
Sl[i<-'cl as "stateless" under a pe-
culiar legal ruling. Under a re-
cently adopted law termed the
"Bill on Companies" 90 per cent
of all employcs of Egyptian firms
must be Egyptian nationals. As a
"suit, thousands of these state-
less Jews will soon be dismissed.
To the roster of the unemployed
Ml be added hundreds of Jews
fog dismissed by Allied mili-
tary installations, which are being
c|osed down.
The local Jewish weekly, La
Tribune Julve, this week urged
Jewish community leaders to
mccl Wth the heads of other re-
"gious (immunities to devise
'jeans ol safeguarding the rights
a11 legal residents, regardless
'0I race or treed.
WARSAW, (JTA) A group
of Polish Jews who have been
in the Soviet Union since shortly
after the outbreak of the war ar-
rived here this week, as a result
of a new repatriation agreement
between the Polish and the So-
viet Governments.
It is expected that about 2fc000
Polish Jews will return to Po-
land under this agreement within
the next three months. The ma-
jority of them have been in Soviet
prisons on charges of violating
Soviet laws.
I ;i I esl DP Lists Offered By AJC
a'.is. of m&*pgtigX ^DpSypSK
Camps in Europe will bemade ao?,i3th a chapter worker will
Chapter AJC f^'1'"^0^^ ?ewish FloridianP 120 N.E. Sixth
be on duty at the ,cc* ol f in locating relatives. The lists,
wE'are SfLS&Sfi^A wi.lV available Mondays
thrAg^uTmberdoyfS locT people'have already been able to locate
relatives from these lists.
Miami INkl To LTPA Parley
Eight members of Cfreater
Miami Jewish Federation have
volunteered as delegates to the
United Palestine Appeal Con-
ference, to be held at the Shore-
ham Hotel in Washington, D.
C, Oct. 11 and 12. They are:
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of Miami Federation; Stan-
ley C. Myers, Joseph Lipton,
Sam Lachman, Irving Frankel,
Shepard Broad, Rabbi Max
Shapiro and David Isen.
Gen. Joseph T MctNarney,
former United States comman-
der in Germany; Henry Mor-
genthau, chairman of UJA and
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chair-
man of the American Zionist
Emergency Council, are on the
Conference program.
HIAS IMMIGRANTS
ARRIVE IN N.Y.
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
transport Marine Flasher ar-
rived here this week with more
than 800 persons aboard, a major
part of whom are immigrants
arriving under Presdent Truman's
order facilitating refugee immi-
gration.
The vessel, which left Bremer-
haven Sept. 23, carried 174 Jews
sponsored by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and 136 assisted
by HIAS. Representatives of the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans and HIAS were at the pier
'o greet the DP's.
At San Francisco, the Marine
Swallow arrived from Shanghai
with 120 Jewish refugees who
fled Germany and Austria dur-
ing 1938 and 1939 and spent the
war years in the Chinese port
city. Many of the Jews will be
relocated in this country by
USNA, but some will go to other
countries including Palestine.
UK TURNS
UNDERGROUND
TO DEFENSE FORCE
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Reor-
ganization of the Haganah to con-
vert it from an underground de-
fense force into a peaceful Jew-
ish Army able to maintain order
in the projected Jewish State in
case of the immediate withdrawal
of British military forces from
Palestine, has begun.
Members of the Haganah who
have been "demobilized" will be
recalled to service. Former mili-
tary officers will be placed in
charge of special courses to pre-
pare officer and non-commis-
sioned officer cadres. At the same
time, steps are being taken to
secure rapid effective mobiliza-
tion of Jews of military age all
over the country in case of an
emergency. No aggressive plans
are being prepared and the oper-
ations are planned from a purely
defensive viewpoint.
Jewish institutions which are
entrusted with the mobilization
of industry and science today
were in contact with each other
in order to insure rapid conver-
sion from peace to an emergency
regime. All activities point to
the fact that Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver, speaking before the United
Nations on Thursday on behalf of
the Jewish Agency, did not ex-
aggerate when he stated that the
Jews in Palestine are willing and
able to stand up in defense of
their right to establish a state of
their own.
The Stern Group announced
the cessation of its activities un-
til the end of the present session
of the United Nations General
Assembly. The announcement
warned, however, that "this truce
does not concern reactions to
British provocations."
Discrimination Bars
Jewish Enrollment
WASHINGTON (JTA) The proportion of Jewish stu-
dents enrolled in professional courses dropped from 8.8 per cent
in 1935 to 7.0 per cent in 1946, according to figures gathered as
part of the B'nai B'rith's Vocational Service Bureau's decennial
census of Jewish college students.
The fact that Jews go to college today in practically the
same proportion as 11 years ago (8.8 per cent in 1935 and 9.0
per cent in 1946), leads the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau
to believe that the decline in professional courses is due, at
least partly, to increased discrimination against Jews in pro-
fessional schools and depart-,------------------------------------------------
ments.
A more restrictive application
of the quota system is seen in
significant declines in Jewish en-
rollments in medicine and dentis-
try. The percentage of Jewish
students declined from 15.9 to
12.7 in 67 out of 89 medical schools
which reported both in 1935 and
1946 Although the total enroll-
ment in the 68 schools rose from
20,039 to 21,085, the Jewish en-
rollment in the same schools sank
from 3,179 to 2,737. The percent-
age of Jewish students dropped
from 28.2 to 18.9 in 31 out of 45
dental schools which reported
both in 1935 and 1946. The total
enrollment in the 31 schools in-
creased from 6,068 to 6,320, but
the Jewish enrollment in the
same schools dropped from 1,715
to 1,196.
A sharp drop in the percentage
of Jewish law students is also
disclosed. In 77 out of 160 law
schools, reporting in both cen-
suses, the Jewish proportion de-
clined from 25.8 to 11.1 per cent.
Similar declines have occurred
in schools of engineering, archi-
tecture, social work, agriculture
and other professional inst^i-
tions.
Refugee .lows
Sent To Cyprus
HAIFA, (JTA) The Cyprus
deportation ferries Empire Rest
and Empire Comfort sailed from
here this week carrying 800 of
the 1,500 visaless Jews who
docked aboard the Geulah, form-
erly the American vessel Padu-
cah. The remainder of the block-
ade runner's 1,500 passengers
were transported to Cyprus after.
The Medina Irvith, formerly
the Netherlands, which had ac-
companied the Geulah from a
Black Sea port, also arrived this
week in tow to a British des-
troyer. Both immigrant ships were
shadowed almost from the be-
ginning of their voyage, and were
captured as soon as they entered
Palestine territorial waters.
Disembarkation of the passen-
gers proceeded quietly after they
were assured over a public ad-
dress system on the Haifa docks
that they were to be sent to Cy-
prus. Previously, the British had
indicated that they would attempt
to return the refugees on both
vessels to their ports of origin
in Bulgaria and Rumania.

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MALMUD-KUSHMAN
NUPTIALS PLANNED
Christmas Eve has been set as
the wedding dale for Miss Doris
Malmud and Irving A. Kush-
man, whose engagement was re-
cently announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mal-
mud, 4C3 S. W. 28th rd.
Mr Kushman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Kushman. of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miami
Beach.
Miss Malmud attended Miami
High School, and was graduated
sum ma cum laude from the Uni-
versity of Miami. As an under-
graduate she was a charier mem-
ber of Sigma Delta Pi. honorary
Spanish fraternity, and Nu Kappa
Tau, honorary sorority.
Upon her graduation, the bride-
elect was assigned to the staff
of the United States Embassy.
where she spent 16 months.
Since then she has been doing
resi arch work in the Latin Amer-
ican field in New York.
Mr. Kushman. a New Yoik at-
ton cy. is a graduate of Union
College, Schenectady, and Harv-
ard Law School.
After their wedding, wl ich
will be held at the Robert Richter
Hob 1 in Miami Beach, the Kusl -
mans will make their home in
Great Neck, L. I.
GAMES PARTIES
BY MHS&JC
A series of Monday evening
Games Parties will begin Oct.
13th at 8:00 p. m. under the spon-
sorship of the Miami Hcbrow
School and Junior Congregation.
The parties will be held at the
Synagogue building, 1101 S. W.
12th Ave.
The Messrs. Ben Stone, Sam
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Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Will am Friedman 1037 S.W. 20th Avenue
have returned home afler a two-months vacation on he west
coast. On their return journey they stopped to spend the High
Holy Days in Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Siegel of Washinqton, D. C are vaca-
tioning at the Belmur Hotel, Miami Beach.

Mrs. Sam Stotland has just returned from a seven weeks'
stay in New York City.

Mr. A. Pepper, 1600 S.W. 16th Avenue, has returned from
his summer vacation at Hendersonville, N. C.

Mr and Mrs. S. Felman of Pittsburgh. Pa., have motored
here to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew. Jonathan Jay
Braunstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Biuunstein. 1942 b.W.
17th Street. The Felmans are stopping at the Shelborne Hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers have as their house guest
Prince Viking von Ludwig. He will remain for an indefinite
stay, seeking to contact relatives in this area.

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut announce the birth of a son,
Robert Nathan, on October 7 at St. Francis Hospital. First-born
to his parents, Robert Nathan is the fifth grandchild of Mr. Al
Galbut.

Miss Marilyn H. Sable, sister of Mrs. George J. Talianoff,
has been engaged to Mr. Ernest Einiger of Long Beach, N. Y.
Miss Sable is a frequent winter visitor to Miumi Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. William Feuer are visiting in Union, N. J., at
the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Klein. The occasion for their visit was ihe Bris of their first
grandchild.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waitzkin announce the birth of a
daughter, Ruth Miriam, on September 18, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital. Mrs. Waitzkin is the former Miss Dorothy Feiner.

Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan Avenue, Miami
Beach, is visiting in Dallas, Tex., with her daughter, Mrs. Char-
lotte Simon, and granddaughter. Heather. She will also spend
some time with her son, Mr. Henry Dreyfus. Mrs. Dreyfus ex-
pects to fly home on Oct. 19, when her husband will arrive from
New York.

Dr. and Mrs. George Balber announce the b'.rth of a son,
Eric David, on Oct. 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg are moving into their
newly-bought home on Fine Tree Drive. Mr. Goldberg is the
owner of the New Surf Hotel. The Goldbergs are being visited
by Meyer Goldberg, Cleveland hotel opciator and brother of
Charles.

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Deblinqer, 1358 Pennsylvania ave.,
Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Adrienne, on
Sunday, Oct. 5, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Deblinger
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Fields of the New
Pioneer Hotel.

Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholem, will fly down fro mAtlantic City to attend
the opening meeting of the Sisterhood on Oct. 15.

Miss Janet Lpman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lip-
man, 624 14th pi., Miami beach, has just returned from her
three months' vacation. She spent time in Charleston, S. C,
Bethlehem, Pa., and also made trips in New York state and
Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, 2027 S.W. 6th st., have just
returned from a two-months' stay in Chicago, where they vis ted
with their children.

Mrs. Sadye G. Rose has returned home from a trip to New
York City. r

Mrs. Erna Klass has just returned from a stay in Baltimore.

Budd Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fischer, 3433 Garden
ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing Oct. 11 -during the services at Beth David Synagogue.
Budd has attended the Sunday and Hebrew School at Beth
David, and attends the Ida M. Fischer Public School
Mrs. Harry Oliphant has returned from Norfolk, Va where
veilin fUneml f hGr br,her Qnd her fa,her's "n
months' sTay Sew $****"*" "turned horn a four-

uJ"*-' w ^rS- HenrY Sei,lln have been visitinq in Philadel
P ? Mn ^?Sh^ngtn' Wh6re 'hev sPei" s and Mrs. M. Mevis, and in New York where thTir nl*
David Seithn. is taking his internship^, the^pTycJirTic Hospital
Mrs. Gussie Seidenberg of New York is vis tinr, W0 ui
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs! MtaE^Z
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Mr, and Mrs. David M. Pollock,
Jr.. who were married i" Chicago
oji Aug. 31, plan to spend the
winter in Miami. Mr. Pollock
is tin- son oj Mr. and Mrs. David
M. Pollock. Chicago and Miami
Beach. The bride was Miss Elaine
Kittinger, daughter 0/ the late
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Kitl-
i tiger.
M,M Bnr'" Gordon, dmigliJ
[>/ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cord*
4440 Nautilus Dr., Afiami Brt
who has recently become engojJ
to Mr. Royal Jonas, son 0/ K,
and Mrs. Fred Jonas. 1907 LiU
erty Ave.
FRANKEL-LILIENTHAL
WEDDING AT PLACID
Mrs. F.mil Frankel, 1610 Drexcl
Avei ue, Miami Beach, announces
the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Use Frankel, to Mr. Fred
Lilienthal, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Lilienthal of Hartford,
C'unn.
The nuptials took place at Pla-
cid Manor, estate of Miss Frank-
el's brother at Lake Placid, N. Y.
Di, Kahn, ral bi of Lake Placid
Temple, performed the cere-
moi y, which was attended by
fifty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Lilienthal are
now spending a two-weeks' hon-
eymoon in Miami Beach, and will
make then home in Hartford.
BECOMES BAR MITZVAH
Henry Forer, son of Mr. and
Mis. Meyer Forer. 1610 S.W. 20th
St.. became Bar
Mitzvah on Sat-
Miss Gelb Betrothed
to Lee Jerome Unger
The betrothal 0f Miss Audrey I
Ellen Gelb to Lee Jerome Unpt, j
son of Mrs. Mae linger of Nn I
York City, was announced re-
cently by hei parents, Mr. aid!
Mrs. Arthur J. Gelb, 220 E. De- j
Lido dr., Miami Beach.
Miss Gelb will be graduated I
this January from the Univeiaqr 1
of Miami, where she is a journal-
ism major. She is a charter man-\
ber of Quill, honorary women1!
journalism society, and is secre-
tary of Rose Chapter, Bui
B'rith women She is also a camp-
us newspaper correspondent. I
The bridegroom-elect attended]
Georgia Tech., Harvard Univer-
sity, and received his B. S. de-
gree from the University of Xna|
Carolina, where he was a mem-1
ber of Pi Lamda Phi. During Ike
war he served in the Pacific a
an ensign in the navy.
EUGENE J. WEISS
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"Jewisti tturikMan
PAGE THREE
federation Splits
judge* Work
n.vi-^n of the budget commit-
P^ the Greater Miami Jewish
Kation into two groups, one
Kdythe needs of the local
fcS affiliated with Federa-
i the other to examine
for allocations from
Lnoijcations
K.n-il a^ overseas agencies
announced this week by
ibraham Goodman, chairman of
[he budgel committee.
"This departure from the pro-
cure of former years in which
foe budgel committee looked in-
J ill applications as a commit-
f of Ihe whole, is necessitated
the continuing growth of our
Umunity and the demands
L-idf upon it by oversew and
ational, as well as local, or-
fcanizaUons." explained Mr.
ioodman.
The local agency sub-commit.
ill consist of Leon Kaplan.
Kairnian, and Maurice Cromcr,
Samuel Lipton, Rabbi Murray
rauer, Mrs. Ed Weinstein, Chas.
\ hen, Gus Trau, David Isen,
Henry Seitlin and Dr. Frank
Corel.
The sub-committee to pass up-
L, applical ins of national and
bvcrseas agencies will include
\W Goodman, chairman; Joseph
Dunti'V. Joseph Gardner, Max
kfeisel, S. E. Schwartz, Louis
ffolfe, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs.
,,uis Glasser, Stuart Gordon,
jarry Rabe and I. S. Shapoff.
The budget committee has des-
Sunday, Nov. 9th, as Lo-
ir..! Agencj Day. Representatives
tithe I in's local agencies
Mil appeal before the full com-
jnittee at specified hours that day
i present their proposed budgets
md programs for 1948. The pre-
entations will be followed by
publie discussion and question-
ng, limited to the time allotted
|o each agt ncy.
"The prime purpose of this
hearing is to stimulate the in-
ntributors in the
broblems of the agencies," Mr
[': ill I,
The budget committe will an
tounce ommended alloca-
tions at a later date, basing it
I the findings dis
llosed pen meeting, M-
I ed.
M.J.O.C. Sisterhood
fn Open Meeting
An Open Meeting of the M. J.
I. C. Sisterhood is sch< duled foi
' Wed., Oct. 15 at
P-11 P. m the Talmud Toral.
F : mi plans made
ft" board i ting last week will
le di cussi ; I in the lighter side
f1" be i" tainment and re-
Hshments.
Mrs Eva Mahl is chairman for
he evening.
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Rabbi To Speak
At N. Y. Parley
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Con-
gregation Beth David has 1 een
invited to deliver the opening ad-
dress at the annual conference
of the American Fund for Pales-
tine on Sat., Oct. 18 at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria in New York. Rabbi
Shapiro is a member of the na-
tional board of the organization.
Segregation in Housing
Fought by B. B. League
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
three-point program of action
against racial and religious dis-
crimination in housing is being
undertaken on a nationwide front
bythe Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, George Talianoff,
Florida Regional director, an-
nounced.
The campaign, intended to
itimulate public opinion against
the segregation of mi
groups and to erase racial and
religious restrictive covena. is in
eal estate deeds and lease was
jutlined here by Justice Meier
Steinbrink of the New York State
Supreme Court, national chair-
nan of the Anti-Defamation
League. It includes:
1. Use of legal acti in, where-
ver possible, to tesl i. court the
eague's coi tention that rertric-
:ve covenants ar.d other dis-
criminatory techniques in nous-
g violate constitutional gu ran-
ees, 2. Support oi legislation
ederal, state and municipald
igi ed to outlaw disci imii
igreements and practices. 3.1n-
roduction of an adult education-
il program on the community.
>r "grass roots." level to acquaint
he public with the evils of dis-
-iimi-ation in housing and t(
mobilize the inherent fair play
>f th" American people.
Games Social Planned
A Saturday night Social of the
Ladies Branch of Workm n's
Circle 692 will be hold on Oct
Uth at 25 Was! Ave.
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Sunday 8 a.rn. jo 1 p.m,
Pardo Heads Masada
Newly-elected president of the
Greater Miami Masada, the young
men's Zionist organization, is
Mr. Joseph Pardo, 1239 15th
Street, Miami Beach. Mr. Pardo,
a veteran of three and one-hall
years service in the United States
Weather Service is now a senior
in the Business School of the
University of Miami wind also a
student at the Law School.
Other officers are: Vice-presi-
dents Saul Genet and Seymour
Hinkes; corresponding .secretary,
Dave Goodman; recording secre-
tary, Frank Ziove, and treasurer,
Sheldon Lelchuk.
A meeting of the Executive
Board will be held at the home
of Mr. Pardo, Thursday, October
i)th at 8 p. m. to formulate plans
for the year. Also under discus-
ion will be a forma] banquet and
dance at which the new officers
may be installed, and plans will
be made for an extensive mem-
bership campaign.
Cancer Experts
To Speak Here
Knowledge of the early danger
signals of cancer and what to do
about them will be prime topics
n a program to be given by the
\merican Cancer Society on Sun-
day, Oct. 12, at 2:30 p. m. at the
Miami Municipal Auditorium, 320
N. E. 5th St., Miami. The general
public is invited to the meeting,
where leading cancer specialists
in the fields of medicine and edu-
cation will speak.
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade
County Commander, will act as
moderator. The speakers are Mrs.
Harold V. Milligan, National
Commander: Dr. Charles S. Cam-
eron, National Scientific and
Medical Director; Mi's. Hoyuc B.
Ritchie, Southeastern Regional
Commander, and Dr. Alton Ochs-
ner, Southeastern Regional .Medi-
cal Director. A question and ans-
wer period will follow the talk.
This meeting opens tl e three-
day Southeastern Regional Con-
ference of the Society; Coi fer-
pnee Headquarti rs arc at the
Vanderbilt Hotel.
Mrs. Dora August
Dies Suddenly
Coming as shock to a host of
Miami friends was the sudden
death of Mrs. Dora August who
passed away Tuesday evening
following a heart
attack at her
home, 148 27th
Street, Miami
Beach.
Coming here
from Jackson-
ville 22 years
ago, she took a
leading part in
civic and com-
munal activities
and was the immediate past presi-
dent of the Beth David Sister-
hood, serving in that capacity for
two terms. She was a member
of B'nai B'rith auxiliary, the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
Eastern Star and Hadassah.
Survivors are her husband,
Jack August; a son, Arthur, and
a nephew, Leslie August, and
two brothers, Ben and Max R.
Silver.
Services were held Wednesday
afternoon in Gordon Funeral
Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro
'if Beth David congregation de-
livering the eulogy. Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches assisted. Burial
was in Woodlawn Park cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers were:
Meyer Schwartz, Leonard Ab-
bess, Norman Jacobs Morris Pep-
per, Nat Zalka and Fred Shochet.
Pepper Unveiling Rite
At Woodlawn Sunday
A monument to the memory of
the late Mrs. Abe Pepper will
be unveiled at ceremonies Sun-
day afternoon in the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park at two
o'clock. Rabbi Murray Grauer, of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Rabbinical Association
; Sponsors Radio Program
A new radio program will be
naugurated this Sunday, Oct. 12,
at 8:15 to 8:30 a. m. over WKAT
by the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
Th first program of the series
v il] leature a talk by A. P. Gan-
nes, director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, in observance
of Jewish Education Week.
Yiddish Program Adds
New Tuesday Hour
The Yiddish Classical Hou-.
now heard over WINZ at 12 noon
m Sundays, will have an addi-
tional hour on the air on Tues-
lay evenings from (! to 7 p. m..
according to M. Nasatir, program
iirector. The opening date of the
lew Tuesday hour wil be an-
ounced shortly.
This Sunday the Classical Hour
will feature the Metropolitan
Opera tenor. Jan Peerce, in a
Jewish recording. Cantor Morde-
ai Hcrschman will also be heard,
among other musical artists.
WINZ is at 940 on the radio
dial.
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Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Or-
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cornerstone for its present struc-
ture. She was a member of East-
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other local charitable and civic
organizations.
Her immediate survivors in-
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per, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Editorial
JEWS IN PBOFESSIOlfS
The recent disclosure by Leon J. Obermeyer, chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Commission, that there has
been a drop in Jewish enrollment in professional schools from
8.8 per cent in 1935 to 7.0 per cent in 1946 again focuses atten-
tion on the problem of dscrimination in education.
A reaction to the report was that the significant decline in
Jewish enrollments in professional schools was primarily due
to a reorientation by Jewish parents. It occurred to us that the
curtailment was due perhaps to belated recognition that pro-
fess ons are not the only avenues for success and independ-
ence. But when it is considered that the proportion of Jews
attending colleges in 1946 was slightly higher than in 1935.
the conclusion is inevitable that the drop of Jewish students in
professional courses is due primarily as the B'nai B'rith survey
so cautiously infers"to increased discrimination against Jews
in professional schools and departments."
Discrimination in education is more than a dangerous trend.
It is a portent that the campaign against bigotry has failed to
penetrate the very channels which, by all standards of decency,
should spearhead the drive against the sinister forces and the
tainted ideologies in the land.
Much has been said and written about "education" as an
instrument in fighting anti-Semitism. But if the conduct of the
educat onal schools is an example of the effect of "education,"
much more exploration is needed along this line.
I1! on I ami PLACMZM...
Daniel Jersky, Hebrew scholar, writer and wit, is no longer
listed in the telephone d;rectory as "Hebraist." Frank Cohen,
author of the projected Quoddy Village project, was once a
Hebrew teacher and close associate of the late Jacob Benderly.
. Two books are published daily in Palestine. Sidney
Marks, executive director of the ZOA, is an American of four
generations. ... He was once a professor of law, but since his
association with the Zionist organization he has made such
a thorough study of the Talmud, in English translation, that
he can challenge many a rabbi on points of Jewish law. .
Don't count Hank Greenberg out as the first major league man-
ager next year. Jckie Robinson, the Negro ball player, who
sparked the "Beloved Bums'" drive toward the pennant, has
done an oxcellent job in breaking down race barriers. Much
of the credit goes lo Branch Rickey, president of the Brooklyn
Baseball Club, for engaging the Negro star in face of expected
difficult es. Rabbi Baruch Korff, whose alleged fantastic
plan to "bomb" London landed him in a French jail, will not
face trial. He will be returned to the United States with orders
never again to set foot French soil. Henrietta Weigel, whose
first novel "Age of Noon" is shortly to be published by E. P.
Dutton, is a Jew sh girl, who has long been knocking at the
door of literary fame. Joseph Hyman of the JDC is now
touring American Key citi*s on behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal's S170.000.000 drive. Meyer Steinglass of the UJA
has just tipped us off to the news that he had actually managed
last week, for the first time since the opening of the campaign,
to spare 10 minutes for such an insignificant event as lunch.
[[Council Students FromJJzechoslovakfo
MANILA TEMPLE
IS RE-DEDICATED
A most satisfying ending to
,,,, f the great inspirational
stories to come out of the war is
reported from Manila, capital of
th. Philippines. The imposing
building of Temple Bmil, the only
place of worship for the Jews of
Manila, rebuilt from bare ruins
and rubble, was re-dedicated on
August 17th of this year. It was
the vision of a Florida rabbi,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of
Temple Israel of Miami, that
made possible that a re-dedication
ceren ony,
Rabbi Zwitman came to the
Philippines in 1945 as Jewish
Chaplain of the Aimed Forces
in the Western Pacific, under the
command of General Mat-Arthur.
Manila was still largely in ruins.
The only Jewish house of wor-
ship, which had been used by
the Japanese, as an ammunition
dump, had been blown up by
Jap retreating forces in 1944.
The sight of those bare syna-
gogue walls filled Chaplain Zwit-
man %'ith an intense resolve that
there once more should stand a
house of God, beautiful and com-
plete. In a radio address in Ma-
nila on November 10, 1945, the
Cl aplain .-aid, '"You recall the
pi ize fiction of John Horsey in
A Bell for Adano'. The towns-
people of Adano decide that what
they want most is not food, but
their bell, which was turned into
shells by the enemy. They said,
Tin Bell was our spirit, and the
spirit is more important than the
stomach!" And so, the "Syna-
gogue for Manila" became the
"Bell for Adano" for the Jewish
community in the Philippines.
On the night of November 9lh,
1945, the' eighth anniversary of
Nazi destruction of synagogues
in Germany, a service was held
in Temple Emil of Manila. With-
in the crumbling walls, the open
sky overhead, a large gathering
of American-Jewish service men
and women pledged to rebuild
the synagogue as a living me-
morial to their comrades who
gave their lives in the Pihilip-
pii es,
With the monies pledged on
that night, Rabbi Zwitman start-
Mi the rebuilding fund that has
at last made the dream of a new
Temple Emil a reality. On the
High Holy Days of this year, the
Jews of Manila worshipped in
-their own Snyagogue, and gave
a special memorial service to the
an Jewish soldiers who
fell in the Philippines. In the
lobby of that Synagogue hangs
a large bronze plaque bearing the
names of those soldi* rs.
On July 4, 1946. when the Phil-
lippine Islands pained their inde-
pendence. American troops left
' islands, hut thev also left
there a spiritual gift from Amer-
ican Jewry Temple Emil of Ma-
nila, a memorial to the Amer-
ican-Jewish dead who rest there.
ai 'I tribute to a Miami Rabbi
e faith and determination
d from its ashes a house of
God.
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, lnC.
it
U. N. Possibilities: From all in-
dications the key to a United Na-
tions' decision on Palestine parti-
tion lies in the hands of the Slav
Bloc. Two-thirds of the 57
votes of the U. N. General As-
sembly are necessary for ap-
proval of the partition plan rec-
ommended by the majority of the
U. N. Special Committee on Pal-
estine. And 19 votes can block
such a decision. ... At present it
is obvious that voting against
partition will be not only the
seven Arab states, but also India,
Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and a
few of the Latin American coun-
tries which took a pro-Arab at-
titude during the special Assem-
bly session on Palestine last May.
. It would not be difficult for
the Arabs to secure the required
19 votes, if the Soviet Union
takes the attitude that bi-nation-
alism must be given a trial in
Palestine prior to partition. .
The Slav Bloc would carry six
votes, including Czechoslovakia
which appears to be wavering on
partition although its representa-
tives on UNSCOP signed the ma-
jority report recommending such
a course. Even if the Slav
Bloc remains "neutral" and ab-
stains from voting on the parti-
tion issue, the required two-
thirds majority pertains only to
those voting and many delega-
tions of the small nations indif-
ferent to the Palestine issue, may
also abstain from voting. On
the other hand, if the Soviet and
the American delegations both
vote in favor of the UNSCOP
partition plan, then the plan has
every chance of securing a ma-
jority, although the Moslem
states and even some members of
the British Empire oppose it. .
* *
Border Discussions: The defi-
ciencies of the proposed borders
|of a Jewish state as recom-
mended by the U. N. Special
Committee on Palestine are be-
ing discussed openly in United
Nations circles at Lake Success.
. These circles, friendly to
Jews, cannot understand of what
value the Negevthe desert area
of southern Palestinecan be to
a Jewish state, if it cannot be
irrigated. ... In order to irrigate
the Negev, the waters of the Jor-
dan River must be included with-
in the Jewish state. But the
UNSCOP majority recommenda-
tion places the Jordan entirely in
the territory of the projected
Arab State. The same goes
for the Dead Sea. The part of
the Dead Sea which is being ex-
ploited for potash and other min-
erals is also included in the area
of the projected Arab State
Even more complicated BnJ
fact that there will be 4*
Arabs living ln ,hc *
Jewish state which will havH
Jewish population of about 500
000, according to UNSCOP', i
ures. ft does not stand
reason that the Arabs Will move
from the Jewish state into lhe
Arab, since they have tverythb-
to gam by remaining whcre lh
are. ...The standard of living fot
the Arabs will certainly be higher
in the Jewish state than in tt*
Arab------And in the Jewish state
the Arabs will certainly enior
the same social benefits, unem-
ployment insurance, medical aid.
educational advantages as th
Jews------Why, then, should the,
emigrate from the Jewish state
to an Arab State where a lower
standard of living will certainly
exist. ... On the other hand, if
the Arabs do not move from the
Jewish state, a danger exists that
within a few years they ma;
form a majority, since their birth-
rate is much higher than thatol
the Jews. This may be uw
even if 150,000 Jews are admitted
to Palestine within the next too
years. ... And especially so il
Jews are not permitted to emi-
grate from the Soviet-dominated
countries of Eastern Europe....
These points are now being dis-
cussed with a view toward recom-
mending possible changes in the
proposed borders of the two
states, while the United Nata
is still in session ..
War and Peace: You can safely
discount the possibility of toe
Arab states sending their arrria
into Palestine to fight the Jews if
a Jewish state is established, a
has been threatened by Arab
delegates at the United Nations,
. But the possibility of organ-
ized Arab attack.- on Jews withm
Palestine must be taken seri-
ously. Massacres may occur
at isolated points, with Jewish
repercussions being felt in areas
where the Jews are stronger....
On the whole, there are no Arab
armies to speak of in any of the
Arab countries except Trar.sjor-
dan. But wherever Arab mili-
tary forces are found, they are
under Britis: control An Arab
military attack on a Jewish Pal-
estine can. therefore, take pi*
only if Britain permits.... Spe-
cifically, Egypt-the most s
dern of all Arab countries-!*
an army of only 22,000 ill-tra*
and ill-equipped troops, if
out a navy, and has but the barest
rudiments of an air force.
Mrs. Bernard Heineman (center), Vice-Chairman of the Nnliomil
< 11 mmiiire on Overseas Service of the National Council of Jewish
Women, discusses their study programs with two recently armed
Council welfare work scholarship students from Czechoslowikia. Mr*.
V.irtba Blochova (right), of I'rague, whose family was killed by
|'l Germans and who was imprisoned in Auschwitz and Theresicn-
nit. will study child welfare at the School of Social Work, Tulane
University, New Orleans. Miss Gertrude Dickova (left), of Bratislava,
took refuge in England durine the war. After the war, she returned
to Czechoslovakia to do social work and assist 1n the repatriation of
refugee*. She will study social work at the University of Toronto,
Canada. On completion of their training, like the 13 previous Coun-
cil scholarship recipients, the students will return to l.nrope to
asiUt in the rehabilitation program of the Jewish community.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1947
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PAGE FIVE
Zuckerman New
Director at MJBC
Mi'"11'
announces
Beach Jewish Center
. a that Mr. Herbert
SS Of New York City has
joined its staff as educational di-
"Vr Zuckerman holds a degree
i education from the City CoU
w, of New York, and has taken
oostgraduate courses at Columbia
,i Mew York universities. He
f"also a graduate of the Rabbi
hcob Joseph School in New
York and studied for three years
*, ,.',. [saac Elchanan Yeshivah.
Former educational director of
the Rego Park Jewish Center in
Ncw York, Mr. Zuckerman also
laughl in the puhlic high schools
tnere, and served as Guidance
Counsellor on the Psychological
Adjustment Program sponsored
by the New York City Board of
Education.
The Zuckermans will make
their home at 1330 Pennsylvania
Avenue, Miami Beach.
,|\Vll Adopt* Base
,M Standards
MEW YORK. (JTA) A state-
ment of principles aimed at es-
tablishing a commonly accepted
goal and objectives for all Jew-
ish Cei ters was adopted last
night at the closing session of a
laj mo. ting of the Jewish
Center Division Committee of the
Jewish Welfare Board.
The statement defined the
function of the center ai:
Service as an agency of Jewish
identification, Jewish integra-
tion and personality develop-
ment; assistance in the integra-
gration of the individual Jew,
as well as of the Jewish group,
into the total American com-
munity: furtherance of the
democratic way of life; and
providing a dynamic and flex-
able program of service in the
fields of recreation and inform-
al education for the entire Jew-
ish community.
The statment declares that "the
program of the Jewish Center
should devote primary attention
t" Jewish content" and that in
"aetivitii s connected with in-
formal education, recreation and
health ed ration," which are "es-
sential [or a well-rounded pro-
gram of the Jewish Center, the
first d greatest emphasis
should be placed on the spiritual-
cultural factors which constitute
the Jewish way of life."
The principles now go to the
eight regional Sections of JWB,
who will discuss them at their
annual conventions this fall, and
to the boards of directors of the
Jewish Centers and YM-YWHAs.
T is will be followed by the
formal adoption of the principles
' 1!>48 annual meeting of
JWB. Oive they have been rati-
:ird by annual meeting each
Center now affiliated with JWB
would be required to accept the
iples within three- years as
ndition of continued affilia-
tion with .1WB. For all new Cen-
tra -. acceptance of the principles
will become an immediate condi-
tion for membership in JWB.
(piMMlman to Talk
on UN, Patent Ime
Up to the minute develop-
ments in the United Nations on
the Palestine question will be
reviewed by Mr. Abraham Good-
man in a talk before the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah on
Monday, Oct. 13, at Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach. Mr. Goodman is national
vice president of the Zionist or-
ganization of America.
The open meeting will be con-
ducted by Mrs. Benjamin B.
Goldstein, president. She, will in-
troduce the project chairman,
who will present plans for the
coming season.
Mrs. Nat Kaplan, Education
Chairman, has arranged the pro-
gram in the absence of Mrs, Sam
Simonhoff, Program Chairman.
An informal gathering will fol-
low the meeting and refresh-
ments will be served.
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Congress Urged to Better
GI Burial Aid System
With the first ship bearing re-
mains of American soldiers to be
reburied in this country en route
from Belgium. W. D. Thurmond,
local monument dealer, joined his
national association, Monument
Builders of America, in urging
the government to change the
"discriminatory" system of "GI
markersor nothing" to allow
$25.00 toward private monuments.
"The same should apply to all
veterans," he said.
"Veteran and religious organi-
zations ask my aid in getting the
regulation markers for families,"
he says, "but when they arrive
we often find we can't use them
because they don't fit into the
family burial plan or don't meet
cemetery regulations."
Monument Builders of Amer-
ica will ask Congress, at its next
session, to change present regu-
lations to allow servicemen's
families $25.00 to help pay for a
headstone, monument, marker or
inscription on an existing family
monument. This would end the
discrimination of present policy
whereby the family has no choice,
either accept the GI marker or
bear all cost of the monument.
The federal government does
contribute money to funeral and
burial expenses in addition to of-
fering national cemetery facili-
ties.
The Association suggests $25.00
as the sum for the proposed al-
lotment because it is in line with
the cost of government markers
and would fulfill the obligation
of the government to help per-
petuate in a fitting manner the
memory of those who fought to
preserve it.
Mr. Thurmond's company is a
member of the National Monu-
ment Builders Association of
America and also a member of
the Alabama, Florida and Georg-
ia Monument Builders Assoc. and
is one of the directors in this
organization.
In the monument business for
forty years, twenty-two of them
in Miami, Mr. Thurmond recently
erected a World War II memo-
rial for the City of Opa Locka,
Florida. This monument bears the
names of Opa Locka residents
who served their country, and of
those who lost their lives in tnc
service.______
Eli Hurwitz
Officers Chosen
By Gables Center
An overflow attendance of 225
people met last Sunday at Hillel
House to elect officers of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Mr. Eli Hurwitz was chosen to
succeed Mr. Sam Silver as presi-
dent. Other new officers are: Mr.
Sidney L. Lewis, vice president;
Mrs. Leonard Glickstein, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Sam Lieber-
man, corresponding secretary, and
Mr. Sidney Riehman, treasurer,
Elected to the board of direc-
tors for the next year are the
Messrs: Sam Silver, Sydney
Block, J. Rogers, Leon Honig.
Sanii'Schulfand, Milton Klein.
Herman Rubin, Dr. Leonard
Glickstein, and the Mesdames A.
Edgar Miller and Luke Kussner.
The Center meets the first Sun-
day of each month at 8 p.m. at
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Boulevard.
Sidney L. Lewis
BEACH COUPLES EXCEL
AT CUBAN GYRATIONS
"Rhumba one" couple at the
Versailles dance contest on
Thursday last were Ronnce Was-
serman and Harold Shapiro. They
were awarded first prize, by Mil-
ton Douglas and Chito Izar, vau-
deville headliners.
Second prize was snared by
Beatrice Click and Max Weitz.
Both winning couples are of Mi-
ami Beach.
Evening on Water
Planned by WC 682
A Moonlight Excursion on the
Seminole Queen II on Sunday,
Oct. 12 will start from Pier 6 of
the Miami Yacht Basin, under the
sponsorship of Workmen's Circle
Branch 692 and Women's Club
of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Leon Elkin is chairman
of the affair, and promises cx-
cursioners a concert, entertain-
ment and refreshments.
B. B. Council Plans Drive
A goal of 500 members has
toeen set for the membership
drive of the 23 organizations com-
prising the B'nai B'rith Council
of Greater Miami, President Har-
old Turk announced. At a meet-
ing on Wednesday, plans were
made for the an-out Drive, to be
held in the Miami, Miami Beach
and Coral Gables area.
Drive chairmen are: Sholem
Lodge Men, Marx Feinberg; Mi-
ami Beach, Harry Day; Miami
Wamen's Chapter, Mrs. Jean Sil-
verman; Miami Beach Women,
Mrs. Anne Kaufman; Coral Ga-
bles, Oscar Sindell; Isaac Levin
Lodge, Richard Gerstein.
Ferguson Headquarters
Opened at McCallister
Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, an in-
dependent candidate for the Mi-
ami city commission, has opened
campaign headquarters at 11 Mc-
Allister Hotel Arcade and is ac-
tively campaigning for the first
primary election of Nov. 18.
Dr. Ferguson, a resident of Mi-
ami for the past 24 years, was a
member of the city commission in
1937-39 and is chairman of the
Miami Chamber of Commerce
sports committee and a member
of the city's stadium advisory
committee.
CHORUS REHEARSAL
A regular rehearsal of the Mi-
ami Jewish Folk Chorus will be
held Tuesday,, Oct. 14 at 8 p. m.
at the Ada Merritt School, 8th
Ave and 3rd st. Men and women
interested in joining the group
are invited. For further informa-
tion, call Louis Powesky, con-
ductor, at 7-1172.
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i*Je*is* fhrkticMn________=^.
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Concert, ftaylet
A! "Ope^ l-ouse
"We expe< I a ci pacity attend-
ant at oui Op n : ouse member-
ship meeting on Monday the
I3t saj Mi Joseph Carp.'
pre ident oi Mi i Group of
Hadiissah. The i I set for
Fashion Show
M JCRS Tea
The latest resort and cruise
featured by "Peggj a oi
i and modelled by the Cor-
net girls will highlight the third
annual membership meetir
the Greater Mia ni Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society. The
the form of a
, ;.. Marine Room "l tnc
; lbcrt i;, hter Hotel on Monday.
,i ,. 13th. .it 1:30 p.m.
Mrgl si G ildslein is chairman
. t| ;. n ,.,n. Gui si speak-
:; i Ving Lchrman and
, I W( ,.: 5, who ha:
lust n ml aniza-
.,-, | confen nee
oi i u'cl !. at 1
'] | E i". 5t SI .
Wl 11 i
on
1 C. Brol
i ii, Dr. P il I: -!: I ''
loubli last
I
the
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H
Ifccr boai
' Y" Oilers Outdoor Play
The ,i A and WHA of Miami
ai thi use of thi
uuilding < No. 1 Lincoln rd..
ntinued until the
new "Y" building n iw under con-
i 6 Bay rd. is com-
; As a n suit, ind mr ac-
will be curtailed until that
H lW( v the outdoor play area
,: No. I Lincoln rd. will be usi I
v athletic, social, and
ial activities.
; using a juke
. : md music, will
; nday and Wed-
\, w skates will
. free to the mei
m ol the mem-

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JUNIOR LEAGUE
OPENS SEASON
: Leaf ue v i I
Sunday, Oct. 12th,
. .a tlir Miami Bi ach
i nter, 14th pi. and Ku-
ve.
...ii will a
will bi
- meeting. Social
n i ii freshments will
1
. W
.
;
ertains
Miami
at thi
[or thi'
lO BECOME BAR MITZVAE
.i sepl BIih m i.i Dr. and
Mis. M Bloi k, will beconv
Saturday, at
David S
en ony, thei i v
pli ,i in tin auditoriu n
Children Served by
Workmen's Circle Unit
The young p< I
the Workmen1! I
,,,. ,, "Comm ^y Can paign
behalf of the \
Displaced Jew. i
ish Children
France. Will! I
Werfel, southi
n.d rep
sentative, told
, fficials of t h
Miami a n d M
.inn Beach chap-
ter. The
is to suppiv ii" r3'
Vladeck II om i :" '"
with olotl n
. .vs. typcv
chines and X-ray equ p
25 Families Adopted
i ni'-
TODAY, OCTOBER 10. i947
ii/.it iximT^tT
NEW Ml >||i| l5s
The B. Z. B. Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Girls will initiate 41 neu,
members on Tuesday, 8:oo p m
October 14th, at Y. M. h a m
S. W. 5th St., Mi Rus;,lw Mar
galls. President, aniseed
Serving on the anangomcnu
committee will be Misse RaTn
Mendelson. Han., Fudl^t
Naomi Spero. Induction cerentf
nies will be perfoi ned by th.
group sponsors, Mrs. David Cats
man and Mrs. Charles Jacobs*
The group ,.. liy
----- pleted plan- to i ni rtain the pa.
./ ss R salce Marflolis, recentlj )\^niJ a* the National Childrer.s'
-,... ,1,-ut of the BZB Cardiac Home every Sui
,. ...:, unili Girls. ternoon.
I
The Vladei kH
He rstatc in Brunoy.
France, wa
the fund raising
. ung P' 1
Workmen', i
thousand dolla 'd;
The Home is a n t"-
VI
co-founder of th< J
committee, and for m
identified with the
the joint disti i ii
At the time ol th in 1938,
he was managi
largest Jew sh dailj n< wspi pei
in the United SI U
Werfel is consulting Miami and
Miami Beach officials of the
Workmen's Circle c m i ning or-
,tion, edu ation il and cul-
tural activities. Hi b< ten-
dered a reception on F i lay, Oct
10th. at l> p.m., at the Workmen's
Circle Lvceum, 25 Washington
We., Miami Beach Sunday. > v;
12th. at 8 p.m.. he will be guesl
speaker at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum, 1545 S.W. Third St.,
Miami.
via B'nai B'rith Project
destitute families in
ave been officially
,i by the Miami Beach
I B'nai B'rith as a result
.. i ;, -Adopt-a-Family" cam'
other families have
1 L>n sent food and clothing by
thi ni g ization, making a total
ol 25 families already helped by
pi ,ject, Walter C. Kovncr,
lent staled.
MIAMIANS ARE ELECTED TO
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
M the 28th annual Southern
. : Conference of the Work.
Ci cle held over the Labor
Day week-end in New Orleans
Charles Weintraub of Miami and
Joseph Duntrov of Miami Beach
,li" led t.i the executive
>l the southern district or-
ition of the Workmen's
Ci do.
CtVt SUPPtlfS
PHI LAMBA PHI SMOKER
There will be a. SSSnSm.
ter rush smoke: at Bill Jordan-,
Bar of Music on Monday Octohpr
13th, 1947. at 8:00 p m. [|>
Lambda Phi Fraternity. freted.
ing the smoker, at 7:30 p. m. an
important meeting ol the Offi-
cers and Board of Directors ol
the Alumni Clu a ill take place.
A regular business meeting
of Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will be held Monday,
B:00 p. m.. October 13th. at
the home of Miss Shirlee Zim-
merman, 2647 S. W. Uth Street,
it was announced by Mrs. Max-
ine Reinhard. President.
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Mrs. Ell Gives Tea
Mrs. Leon Ell, past honorary
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Bi t Sholom, will ei tert; in at a
Ii a lor Hi..... i
members ol th< a1 he
eme. 91 ii W. I2n I St. I l-u
October 14th, at 1:30 p. m.
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Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at a lunch-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1947
-________^Jknisli rhrldlian
PAGE SEVEN
AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE STUDIES .,,5h >
BUCHAREST OTA)- With
.the arrival here of 80 tons of
The scientific research department of the American Jewish rel}et supplies destined for the
PE3S0HALITY FACTORS IM PREJUDICE

Is industrial, competitive
I and religious ten-
tute a special case in
mtext of. intergroup
.,,,_. which include problems
o) |aboi' against management,
against conserva-
tives, North against South, East
West, etc.
u, cial conformity con-
, important source of
personality deficien.
n In individual also cause
him to reach out for objects on
which he can vent his hostility.
Membi ol sub-dominant groups
,;; oui culture, since they don't
have t'J ue invented, are readily
id as convenient objects
ol hosli ity."
Projects of the American Jew-
ii it tee's Scintific Re-
. i lepartment, outlined by
l, i nan, include the col-
of clinical material on
individuals, studies of
pic,up and community behavior
of anti-prejudice edu-
lal.
"Perl ips one of the most im-
itures of the work of
fie research department
is Ihi ation of its opera-
I n th the American Jewish
p ogram activities,"
AV function as a kind
: Standards by test-
ing and pre-testing our products
in the ime way that a manufac-
ture: applies extensive
to his product before
puttini ii the market."
Flowerman declared
neatest need today is
i technology of human
to keep pace with our
technir : victories over matter
Committee is conducting a series of investigations "to isolate
those personality factors which play so important a role in
intercjroup confl.ct," aimed at discovering "the key to the con-
structive channeling of hostilities within the individual," Dr.
Samuel H. Flowerman, noted social psychologist, author and
associate director of the department, declared at a luncheon
ol the New York chapter of the American Jewish Committee,
held last week.
Host lity. Doctor Flowerman said, "stems from the neurotic
.... ni'-h envelop and also-----------------------
' "h '^HUNGARIANS SEEK
COL. ARPAD TOLDY
Ministry of Justice has asked the
French occupation authorities in
Austria to surrender Col, .
roldy, who is now in < Id at
Innsbruck.
Toldy, who was the Horthj
Government's Commissioner foi
Fewish Property, j. accu ed ol
laving stripped Jews of millions
>f dollars worth of valuables and
Having ordered the torture ol
hose who refused t.) disclosejhe
.hereabouts of their pi op. i ty. In
he closing days of the v..
.hipped truckloads ol jewelry
md gold coin to Germany, mo i
if which was captured bj
Allies.
The Ministry of Just:
contacted Soviet military au
ties with the object of appre-
hending Jozef Nidossy, who com-
manded a fascist center I
pest where hundreds of Jew-
were tortured to death. It i. e
lieved that Nidossy is in a prison
camp under a different name.
His photograph h:i i.....i sent to
the commandants ol all camps.
A memorial to the Jews who
died at the Harka laboi camp
has been unveiled in the Jewish
Heroes Cemetery here. I) Ii
of the governmnt parties and
representatives of the Bud
municipality and Jew i
zations spoke at the dedication
ceremonies.
Joint Distribution Committee's
relief and rehabilitation program
in Rumania, the J. D. C. now has
some 700 tons of relief supplies
frozen in custom warehouses.
The goods are in government
custody because the Rumanian
oral el. of the JDC cannot pay the
huge duties, amounting to about
711 per cei I of the local market
' ''" : thi products, which the
tax office has placed against the
. medicine and clothing.
The JDC has appealed the mat-
ter to the Finance Ministry which
in done little to ease the situa-
ion, although the duty against
individual relief parcels has bem
di shed drastically. If the duty
is not paid on the relief supplies
within a short period, they are
liable to seizure.
LEGAL NOTICES
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NO. 112194
''.-I: HOFFMAN,
Plaii '
vn.
I .Ell C. HOFFMAN,
I i ndant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
" i: 1.1..' ..... iwian.
Care Hold Emerson,
ltd U'. > 75th sii. .1,
New York. N. V.
^....... h. i bj notified and re-
i Ired tn appeal to I he Kill of Com-
. above styled cause
.....r before Nm ember In, 1 ;T. othi
iMs.- the Kill of Complaint will be
tjiki n an coi i. ed againsl you. Lei
i In i order be published once a week
for not lean than four successive
n The Jew i- h Florldlan, a
.. r published in I lade i 'ounl i,
11 ited i lil Dth d \y of i tctober, 1947
K K LEATHERMAN,
Cli ;, of the circuit Court.
By M. C. UREEN,
IC.C. Seal) Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
An. nu j ..t i aw,
1023 Koylmlil 1:1,1s.-.-.,
Miami, Florida,
10/10-17-21 II,
Mayfair Bridge Club
MIAMI BECH
IINCQIN DOAD ON THE DOCAN
oilPi ii:AirB Ituaai I
SIN RUMMY BACK MAMMON
Al- ROTH. DIRECTOR
Phone 48-2717
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE C'l'.NTV. FLORIDA
NO. 16370
Ue: Eal .' ..i
EDWARD KAN HORN 1IICKKV,
11-------
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion Fur Final Discharge.
notice is iikiiehy oiven thai
.v< ..hi final report .1 nd
1 ..., narge as Bxecu -
Ii r II .....' El 'WAR1' SAN -
llolt.N IIH'KEV, lie. m ed; and that
11 In November, 19 IT,
the Honorable \v. p.
.in.I.:,- ,,1" 1 lade Court-
ly, Floriita, for approval Of said final
11 1 lor final dlacharge na
of the Kstatc of Edward
.'.. 1.. .,. Illekcy, deei -. .1
Thi* Mli 1 ictober. 1947.
|.|.i.Ki:.s. 1: HICKEV McNALLY.
MII.DKEII MICKEY HURLEY.
Itl XA.W'A DICKEY O'CONNOR
d VR.\ M. FEINBERO,
Attorni For Exec-utricles.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'ICE IS hi. 1:1.kv OIVEN thai
the iiii.n i M,i, desiring to engage
!u buaines* under the fictitious name
,i lim.-i: ii|-' WATCHES, :ii 339
. Ml iml, Florida, in-
lihI to wild name with the
of ihi Ciroull Court of Dade
i. Florida,
s\il. BELENKE.
ELLIOT PEARL,
H'RANK Si il.uMi i.\.
Attorney foi Applicant.
; in :. : i 11/7.
F10KIM POKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK iii.KkKV OIVEN thai
the nu ii lulled, di nil ing t.i engage
inder the Flctltloua name
XITY BENDIX LAUNDRY,
\ E. I nil Street, Miami, Florida,
I ,i said name with
t'leik the Circuit Court of
l lade i ounty, Florida.
ARTHUR BWEIOENTHAL.
Sole owner.
FRANK SOL" IMON.
Attoine) for Applicant.
31, II 7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.1,'rii'i: IK HEREBY OIVEN thai
tl. uiulei slmie.l, dealrlng to engage
I i, -in. -. under the flctltloua name
K II MOTORS, hi 930-944 Weal
Street, Miami, Florida., In-
,.|| |o rell Bier sai.l name with the
i the Circuit Court of Dim
""""'koBERT J. RBESB.
A C RIDOLF.
II VNK SI I.>MI 'N,
\ ii. for Appllcanta.
in hi K--'i-.i. n _______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
,i. u: i. dealrlng to engage
, i,,,.,i,. -. in.:, i Hi" flctltloua name
,| .|..\K PHARMACY AND
l i nc'heii.NETTE at 860 Wathlnftton
Miami K.-.i.i'. Florida, Intend
name with the Clerh
i i court of Dade County,
MAX WOOUF.
RAB WOOLF.
SHIRLEY \N.....!'..
v. 11 i \ for Appllcanta,
in 10-17-24-31. i: l.
____ LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
DURABLE VENETIAN BLIND
MANUFACTURING CO., at 2052-uI
"'. w. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends
to register s.ii.i name iih the Clerh
nf the rireull I'ourt of Dade County,
Florida.
MRS. FRITZIE LITTMAN,
Sole owner.
' I2-I!i-Jii 1(1/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
dm undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
.Al'V RENIER LINGERIE OF Ml-
VMI, hi IS N. E, l km St., Miami, Pla.,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAYER E. REINER
Bole iwner.
9/12-19-26 Ki/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In- undersigned, desiring to oi
ii business under the flcl tlous name
if SCREWBALL RESTAURANT at
!200 Northwesl -Tin Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intend to reglati r said name
A'ith the Clerk .,i the Circuit Court
f Dade County, Florida.
JOHN WILSON,
SAW HOROWITZ.
:'C 10/2-10 17 M,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig..... deauins i" engage in
In. undei tin fictitious na ol
G A K SALEG COMPANY in .1 in. I,
ait i;is \v, -I. in ler Street, Miami,
Floi Ida, Intend to name
with the I "ii rh ol tlie < in ail ('oui i of
i i.i.i,' i !ounty,
.\ ,X UOLI >ST1 : X
n I -,i, U MSI :n
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney foi
< i: : j.. 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under tin- fictitious nami
if JACK THE WEA\ MR at 2426 N.E
Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
renda i<> reglstei :.i na me wii h
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida,
JACK W. GREESI IN,
WASMAN, SILVER .v- KAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for AiMtllcant,
!i 26 l" 3-10-17-24,
NOTICE UNDt -. FICTITIOUS NAME
LW
NOTICE IS lu.Ii IY (11VI- '' that
(Ii.. undi rslgni hlng to en ige
.a business uni i i lie n ....
of !'. .: S, \ i BUK .'T CM Not
Inc. i :i( numb ., >. i Flagter
Street, Miami, F oiid.i, i lei .1 to i.
lst< r the said name lit.i the i 'lei k
of (I.....Ii cult i i oi.nly,
Florida.
FRANK M.i '
MARGA1 :.l{
PAUL WE1TZ: >>.
Attorney for iuiilii ants.
19-26 10 3-10 .
N( ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl al
the underalgne i in no longer en-
gagi .i in bui in. imli i i lie i til mm
of S.M LI-.Y'S c |.- i J E
BHOPPE, at : >0 .. R Flrsl Ave.,
Miami, Fli .. i other I. ss
it the aforesai addi ...->~.
A BUM : i I
BRi hi M '. (1AI.INSK y
WALTER c I ..\ ..I.:.. |
Attoi ney.
'i 19-26 I" 3 I'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious na.....
of NEW BRA Hi DR( il'ONICS at
3491 S.W. 1 Tlli Street, Miami. I-'I I
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK N. WEST.
Sole <>v. ner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Building,
Miami, Florida .
H Id Ii 24 31, 11 1.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP.
MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION,
TC, REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912.
ETC., REQUIRED BY ACT OF
MARCH 3, 1933. AND JULY 2, 194C.
.,f Till". JEWISH FLORII'lAN, pub-
lished weekly al Miami, Florida for
September -"', 1947, State ..i Florida,
County of Dade, ss.
Before me, a notary public, in and
for the stiiir and count afon
personally appeared Fred K. bmochet,
who. having been duly sworn accord-
ing to law, deposes and says thai he is
the Publisher of The Jewish Florldlan,
and that the following Is, to the be>l
of his knowledge and belief, ,i trui
-int.-.....hi of the ownership, manage-
ment (and if a dally, weekly, semi-
weekl) or tri-weekly newspaper, the
circulation), etc., of the aforesaid
publication for the date shown in the
above caption, required by the act
of August 24, 1912, as amended by the
His of March ::, 1933, and July :',
1946 (section 587, Postal Laws and
Regulations), printed on the reverse
..r this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses 'f
the publisher, editor, innnnglns editor,
mil business managers an ; Publisher,
Fred K. Bhochet; Editor, Fred K.
Shochet; Managing Editor, Fred K.
Shochet; Business Manager, Fred K.
Shochet. Post Office Box 2973, .Miami,
Florida.
.'. That the owner is: (If owned by
corporation, Its num.. and address
must be stated and also immediately
(hei euniler the names and addresses
,f stockholders owning or holding one
lier cent or more of total amount ..f
stock. If not owned by a corporatl.....
the names and addresses of the Indi-
vidual owners must be given. If
owned by a Hrm, company, or other
unincorporated ooncern, Its name und
address, as well as those of each In-
dividual member, must in- given.)
The Jewish Fipridlan, Not Incorpo-
rated, Ethel Shochet und Fred K.
Shochet, Posl Office Box 2973, Miami,
Florida,
::. That the known bondholders
mortgagees, and other security hold.
rs owning or holding one per cent
.,i- more of total amount of bonds,
mortgages, or other securities ...
None.
4. That the two paragraphs above,
giving the names of the owners, stoi I
holders, and security holders, ii any,
ontaln not only the list ,.r
lolders and security holders as they
ippear upon the books ,.i the ^.....ipnnj
i,ui also, in .ases where the stock-
holder or securit) holder appears upon
the hooks of the company as trustee
or in any other fiduciary relations, the
name of the person or corporation for
whom such trustee is acting. Is given;
also that the said two paragi
contain statements embrai Ing affiant's
full knowledge and belief as to the
Ircumstances and conditions under
winch stockholders and security hold-
ers who do not appear upon the books
of the company as trustees, hold stock
and securities In a capacit) other than
i i,iii ,.i r bona fide owner? and this
affiant has no reason to believe that
any, other person, association, or cor-
poration has any Interest direct indirect In the said stock, bonds, or
other securities than as so stated
by him.
:,. That the average number of
copies of each Isai.....f this publica-
tion sold or distributed, through the
malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers
during the 12 months preceding the
.laie shown above is .:,..>. (This In-
formation is required from daily,
weekly, semi-weekly, an.l tri-weeki)
new si opera onl).
FRED K. SHOCHET.
Publisher.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this L'l'th day of September, INT.
(Seal) GERTRUDE P, HUGHES,
(My commission expires November
2::, lins.
NOTICE UNDE FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gin .i i. age in
luslne* under lie licl tlu nu me ..f
MIAMI Jl'NIOl i, al V in
\v Miami, F intends to n sister
.aid name \\ .\i ih ci. i' ,.i i i,. i 'i,--
uit Court ..f i lade ("i nl y Fk Ida,
BEN TR PKIN,
f li i >wner,
9/12-19 26 l l
NOTiCE Vt-. -)\ R FICTITIOUS
NA At: I AW
Ni iTJCE is HEREBY fllTON that
- n .';..... in
Inisin. of
BAYS'IDR HO' El, 8,i0
Beai'li Fla.,
Intend I i. ,i ihi naini uh
I lie i 'i.i k of thi I'll cut! i' mi I ol I lade
County, Florida
JA<'',' sk:. : ci,.
k. i. .: ,.;.i,
10 !7 24,
IN Till: (Kti-i IT ( iCl.T iIK -mi.;
ELEVEN' : DH'1 v.. .'ii. : r,
IN > s: i I'. : I > i ...
II. Hill IA. I i I \... i.l.\
>
ORIHCR <. PUBLICATION
.. Ri tin .:...... ... i,
In Re A'loplio of a Minol I
\LVRCIA I'M li. i.lK'li IN.
To i.VVII" 1.1 ...... \,
li .... I>n. ? Yoil
You a hi rel I i ...,
. i ., Hi.. I- I .ri
ror the ;, I, ptli |
M.M.'i'lA CARI IPTON, b> Uiuls
Fn .-man on or hef/n v Hi ::. 11. .: ij ,,i
11. t..l.- r, 1947, i I .., the allega-
tions ..f said i.il III I., taken ai
I. .1 ..: ill
I lone and '. e:l till 1st das ..f
I Ictobi I.
E : :: VTHERM \ V
i "li rk ..' I he Clrcu i i' .nit.
ity M.'' i ikk'.n.
Depul 'lei k.
. i
UEolMJ J '.\. IFF,
fo I iiI
10 S-lfl I ,' 24.
NOTICE UNDE,! f ICTI1 OU NAME
i I ..
NOTICE !S ;,:.,.' l!l\ t:N i ial
the und. ; signed to i irage in
business under i a
ARCA\ N I-Al. MENT HOTEL, at
643 Jefferson \ > Miai.i. Beat h,
Fla., Inti n.i. i j,i name
i!i :,.. i,. i*i., i ,,.,,(
of I >u le ''.. ; I Floi Ida.
ARCAV US '. CO., INC.
By: Rl'Hl*. SMl'CEI.
i idenl
A in m
Ml RRS, HEIM \N KAI ,AN,
leys I,,. Appll
:i '19-20 ;.- :; 10 ,
NOTICE UI.DFR FICTITIOUS
Nl.VIE LAW
NOTICE IS IEREBY GIVEN that
the unde signe', desiring lo engage
in buslnegf(-un<,i-r the fictitious name
'"' I" 'USE nl- .'is : i.i ii.s ni 923-
I ybol i lidg., Miami. F i Id I,
3491 s.w. 17th Stn i i. Ml mil, I orlda,
nil n.l- tn i::- i said i am,. Itl) the
i'h rk .a the i cult Courl of I lade
County, Florida
MAX GOLDSTEIN,
Sole owner.
I..... DIETS',
Attorney for Applicant,
Convresa B Hill ngf,
Miami. Florida.
10 1" 17-24-31. li 1.
IN Tin: CIRC T 'Ol RT oi-' I'HE
i:i,i:\i:\"ni judicial circuit,
IN AND Fl : l>ADE Col ." TV,
FLORIDA. I i HANCEin
N 111971
DAVID DEB LI (i R
Plaintiff,
\ .-
si inn !: DEBl \'<' ER,
: lant,
rO: SOPHIE IEBLINGBR
::::j Hawtho e Stri i.
K ikl] a. I Yi
Vi i :. a h- rel .. tlf*e I md i equlred
to appear to le Bill of Complaint
b styled '.....n or
lefore ( K tob >r : 7 1947, othei i the
Kill of i 'ompll t 111 be en as
.ii bo published once a week for not less
.ui our ruci i. I. > In The
rewlsh Floi i.l!: n. a i pub-
lished In Dad. County, Florida.
I lated this -' iy of September,
1947.
E. It. LEATHERM VN,
i :;. ,,. 'Iroull Co irt.
B) M. r GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
(C c Real.)
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Beybold Kail.ling,
Miami, Florida.
|/M 10/3-10-17.
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PAGE NINE
lille! To Serve
[000 Students At
iiami University
with n anticipated student at-
| some seven thousand
L,h .' Iniversity of Miami, B'nai
L... i, Efillel Foundation expects
P" r. ,bou1 two thousand stu-
ding to Rabbi Albert
lichel director of the Founda-
li"'1 f
. iarge and varied religious,
Inttiiral and social program has
Fj, for Hillelites. Dur-
Mike Klarfeld
[ngthe High Holy Days, all Jew-
ish students were invited to serv-
ices, through the courtesy of the
I Coral Gables Jewish Center. The
lopening icial event of the year
[was ai all-freshman Interfaith
IDano nd Reception at Rich-
|mon S| by Hillel and other
I campus religious groups, the
Idanci lesigned to help orient
new 1l< nts to campus life and
activiti
A mi rship drive dance on
[Oct. 11 t the Robert Richter Ho-
Itel will pen to all students,
and is inder the supervision of
Mike K. vld. president of the
Hillel Student Group for 1947-8.
The New Hillelite, a four-page
newspaper, will make its initial
appeal i i of the year at this
[function Jerry Cohen, editor,
feels thai his sheet will rank high
among collegiate publications.
Open House on Oct. 15 will be
jponxn d by the Mothers and
Wives Cl lb of Phi Epsilon Pi.
Mrs. M. Optner, president, is
chairman of the social.
Hillel will provide religious
services, lectures, parties and en-
ts during the coming
year, n well as an extensive in-
ter-fa:: gram under the stu-
dent chairmanship of Sue Die-
ner. Thi ter-faith program has
become, through Hillel, a campus
traditioi and includes Union
Thank rig services, Union
Channk:. Christmas celebrations,
and a C( unity Passover Seder.
Studer, tficem for the year
JW Mil i Klarfeld, president;
Carol rnnnen, vice president;
Hope T ni nbaum, treasurer; Sis
Warfii it ding secretary, and
Jerry i .. hen, editor of The New
Hillelite.
T 1 Advisory Commit-
tee, oi ich Ml. Harold Turk is
preside will meet soon to de-
vise u i an(j mcans of meeting
the aueni! nted demands made by
increase in student at-
tendanci ai the University.
Movie and Murals at
Sholem Drive Meeting
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
principal speaker at the "Kick-
off" Membership Drrive meeting
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Tuesday evening, October 14 at
8 p.m. at Temple Israel, 137 N.E
19th Street, Miami.
President Sam Silver announc-
ed that Marx Feinberg, drive
chairman, would introduce the
speaker and head the program of
the evening.
A goal of 200 new members
has been set for the Lodge by
the drive committee, and Fein-
berg's cabinet of key captains
expect to contact hundreds of
Miami businessmen and profes.
sional persons who are not al-
ready members of the 104-year-
old service organization.
On display will be murals de-
picting all B'nai B'rith commu-
nity service projects, such as the
work of the Anti-Defamation
League, youth activities, work on
Americanism, European aid, vo-
cational guidance. Hillel Founda-
tions, etc. These murals were
first shown at the state conven-
tion in September, when Sholem
Lodge was awarded a Certificate
of Achievement for "outstanding
programs and civic accomplish-
ment during 1946."
A highlight of the program will
be the Anti-Defamation League
movie, "Don't Be A Sucker," fea-
turing Paul Lukas. The sound
film exposes the methods em-
ployed by un-American groups
in spreading hate and bigotry in
this country, and should be seen
by every Jewish man and woman
in the community, according to
Feinberg.
The Sholem Lodge Women's
Chapter will meet in another part
of the Temple for a brief busi-
ness session, then expect to join
the men for the movies and en.
tertainment.
Mrs. Tena Katz, president, has
announced that the Women's
Drive will be launched the same
evening, with Mrs. Jean Silver-
man to head the Membership
Drive Committee.
Mrs. John Kronenfeld will be
in charge of refreshments.
"Plastic Eye Lighter."
Manufacturer States
The hand is quick with the eye
in the case of Mrs. Alice Mac-
Garth, who fashions artificial
eyes of plastic in the Calumet
Building. "A plastic eye is lighter
than one of glass, will not break,
and has more natural move-
ment," Mrs. MacGarth stated.
One of the few plastic eye manu-
facturers in the country, and the
only one in Florida, she makes
each orb to the individual's order,
thus guaranteeing perfect fit and
coloring. "A blue eye," says Mrs.
MacGrath, formerly a commer-
cial artist and teacher, "has in it
orange, yellow, green, gray,
brown and other colors."
Coral Gables youngsters of
all ages may still enroll for
Sunday School at the Gables
Jewish Center. Fod detailed
information, call Mrs. Sidney
Richman at 48-4343.
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Oct. 16 at the home of Mrs. David
Harris, second vice president, at
4456 Nautilus Drive, Miami
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Directors. The Board, which for-
merly met monthly, will meet
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terim of Board meetings. This
procedure will begin Jan. 1, 1948.
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offices (first, second and third
vice presidents) and the designa-
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Jewish Education Forges Ahead"
Heiman Tells Baltimore Meeting
wni, the current nal.....n! observance of Jewtah "Mueatlon Month ,"e
present to our render* paper read before n,.- unini.' "'"';, ''..f,,!
more Mel last M:t} by Louis Heiman. at that time president 01
bus travel was about fifteen chl -
dron The difficulties were (1)
STdSSU wont home from
public school and 'idllh
{ enCourage then, to thereafter
local Board <( Jewish Edui atlon.
editor.
Our daily press recently carried a significant news items.
We were told that a Jewish chaplain had refused to perform the
marriage ceremonies for 12 American Jewish servicemen m
Germany who desired to mairy German girls. We were quit,
amazed when we read some of the newspaper comment on me
incident. It seemed to us that the emphasis was directed to me
question as to whether or not it was justifiable for the chaplaii:
to issue his refusal. What a strange analysis! Almost b.OUUUUL
of our Jewish brethren had been brutally murdered by the Naz.s.
These ads contributed to the
awakening of the world to the
realization that these forces must
be halted if th< rights of human
beings were to survive. Among
those who landed In Europe in a
righteous crusade for rights so
well expressed in the Four Free.
doms, w< re these same twelve
Jewish men. They helped to ac-
complish a glorious victory, but
how soon were the mighty fallei .
Was n the love of passion and the
beauty Of the flesh that SO dulled
their thinking that we find them
begging to marry those who hut
recently had attempted to de-
stroy then/.' Or should vvi
ponder more properly over their
lack <>i Jewish education? Ah. if
tin y had only known well i I
their Jewish heriti gi What a
it might have made :
twelve had lean le les-
son of the twi h e sons of Jaci >b,
and its implications! M j be I
coi duct of these twi Ive would
. liffen nt if they ha I
i d the gloi iou |
v hen Kin | D th< twelvi
el it holy w u
'i'n people
!: apj ropriately th s
r.t points up the need for
>r time for
p( isimism. Years and years ago,
thered toget i
emei I
in the long run. everything
m e out all right These

lutioi con
.'. vorld o\ i
Tl com-
. rinciple 1
will insure
It is in this spit it tl '
". c i u : co forward with our
for the development ol
Education. With an
that, in the long run
E will come out
let us pass from the win-
dow di i ssing and look >>< ind tl
cut lain.
There I as been assigned to my-
self the task of discus it d "How
can thi Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cat ion hel] ': : munity to
reach all ace groups, from Kin-
ili rgarteri tl rou th the F.lemei
tary School, the II Rcl i 1. and
idult [i stitute". In my opin-
ion tl is Question seems to be all
inclusive for it embraces all of
the activities of a Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Certain underlying principles
must be stated before describing
specific techniques for the carry-
ing out of an effective program
for all :\ao groups. A primary
principle is that education doc
not end with the classroom work
From our point of view, educa-
tion is coterminous with life and
its problems. Jewish Education
is Jewish life and its experience!
It is not limited to the four walls
of the classroom, nor the pre]
tion for Bar Mitzvah, i or con-
firmation from Sunday School.
nor to graduation from a Higl
ol 0r a College ol Ji
Studies. It includes all these and
more. Jewish Education,
broad sense, includes tht
present and future of the I >1
of Jewish life, its history, I
tion-. t: ials, tribulations,
and ambitions. Therefore, we
have accepted th< principli
all Jewish groups, whether chil-
drei in Schools, youth, adults,
formal or informal, are within
our purview for Jewish educa-
tional purposes. Anotl er pi inci-
ple we have accepted is that the
Bureau il Jew Is E SERVICE AGENCY, th lur ef-
forts av liable to all
matte: t their si I in Jew-
ish life may be, providing tl eir
outlook is on the posil v
third pi inciplc we ize is
the one that thi Bu Jew-
ish Edui ..tion musl
tative of the commui ity it it to
tackle all problems related tl
to. The patti rn foi Je '. is Edu-
cation in gn atei Mian i has been
built on this philosophy. With
principles accepted as valid,
let us approach the specific prob-
lem,
To reach all age groups, we
first .- our
community by various means.
We took a census of our Jewish
:it We ascertained the
various re: tei of our Jewish
population. We secured an ac-
curate picture of the number of
our Jewish youth, both attend-
ants and non-attendants. We at-
tcn pted to ascertain the lack of
facilities of our Jewish Institu-
of learning.
Using these facts, may we give
vou a specific example of how
OUr Bureau helped the commun-
ity to reach all age groups. Our
survey exhibited that the center
of Jewish population was in our
Southwest Section, while oiti ol
our large synagogues was lo-
cated in the Northwest section,
from which the populatioi I ad
shifted over the period of many
years of growth of our commun-
ity. We proceed' d to expe: mient
with, the hiring of a bus, picking
up the children at designated lo-
cations i ear their homes. In the
first year of (he experiment, the
average attendant | u !h the
catch the bus (2) the *Jgj|
the parents to give lunch to their
children caused many to miss
the bus and (3) the schedule of
the bus under the circumstances,
was so late that the chidldren ar-
rived home in the evening at an
hour unsatisfactory to the par-
ents Fust, we caused a i .i.a.
, formed at the synagogue,
i .sed of parents naturally in-
terested in the education of their
children. Through our encour-
igement, they arranged to have
, committee at the synagogue
afternoon when Hebrew
o] was in session to serve
nilk and food to the children
upon arrival of the bus. We
picked up the children at the
Public Schools rather than at
crs near their homes.
Our lab. rs been fruitful.
Our average attendance through
tl : us transportation in the sec"
ond \ >ur experiment has
more' than doubled, No doubt,
v.ui have noticed how we are
reaching all age groups. The
i> T a. is : OW a permanent or-
ition, with the parents more
int( rested tl an ever before in
Jewish education, not only for
their children, but for themselves
as well. More children are now
in): this particular Hebrew
I. Furthermore, the i>ub-
i. itj ha.- e n cou r aged other
Is to request the same fa-
cilities for their children of their
members, Great oaks from little
acorn- grow!
Generally speaking, we believe
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
ould be a Service Agency,
and not actually a functional
agency in the field of Jewish
Education. As a Service Agency,
w utilize the resources of our
community. Whenever programs
Iready in existence, we do
not try to disparage them or to
duplicate them. We cooperate
with the established programs,
: then them, and add our
prestige to make them success-
ful. For example, where one In-
stitution planned an adult edu-
cational program, we helped to
provide speakers, outlines of
study, and publicity for the
events,
There are occasions, however,
when a Bureau may properly act
as a functional agency. In our
community, we were naturally
interested in the establishment of
a Hebrew High School. Wc found
..bout five children in our Ortho-
dox synagogue who were desir-
of continuing their Hebrew
education. We found an equal
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penses. Probably the first He-
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thereby bringing another age
group into the field of Jewish
Education,
We must tell you of another
fascinating experience in which
our Bureau initiated a service
which has given us great pride
and satisfaction. Shortly after the
formation of our Bureau three
years ago, we learned that many
Jewish children were confined in
a National Cardiac Home estab-
lished in Miami for sufferers of
i heumatic hearts. Naturally,
these children could not attend
Hebrew School or Sunday School
for their Jewish Education. The
Institution was non sectarian.
This fact, coupled with the usual
financial program, stymied us
when we appealed to them to
provide Jewish Education for
these handicapped children. We
hired a capable teacher and paid
her salary. For three years, this
project has functioned. What is
its present status? The Chris-
tian children at the Institute, af-
ter talking with their Jewish
playmates, decided they wanted
to attend class, and this has been
arranged. The Cardiac Home now
defrays part of the expense, and
its leaders are among the strong-
est boosters of our Bureau of
Jewish Education. Notice how
several ago groups, through this
project, have been brought into
the orbit of our circle?
We have not made the mistake
that Jewish education only cov-
ers efforts with the Sunday
School and the Talmud Torah
for the children. We recognize
that it includes adult education
as well. We have sponsored adult
education classes. Community
wide observance of Jewish Book
Month, Jewish Music Month and
a Teacher Training Institute.
I
Through our effort,
singing society i ,, f '** 1
ing and has Jaincd^n **3I
reputation in ou, SmmunM
Of these are p, ., ,. "n! All I
the functions ;,i;uC'V'l'es'
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describe many wj??*!
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ish periodicals Jewish Si?
pedias, and ,!,, ffijjj*
content. Our i- -v /"**
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and our circulat m h8J j ^
fifty percent th, year ovX
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SRcTOBER 10, 1947
9'JewlstFk>rldHcri
PAGE ELEVEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
frOB 301311 Washington ave..
Smi Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
B Cantor Louis D. F.d.r
P^dav evening services at 5.45.
13,5 ming at 7 am Mata
Ebath w '' at 9 *,How:
1 ,,n ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Line will become Bar Mitrvah
Lc mo ning services. Mineha
1-30follow I by Shalos Seudos
I;;;, MoSCS Mescheloff will
T ,. on -Portion of the
.k" Maariv at 6:30. Regis-
iVk.n foi Sunday School from
o'clock Sunday morning to
a.
BETH TFI'-AH. 935 Euclid ave..
fcmi Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Tnday evi ning services at 5:45.
jluidav mo ning at 8:30. Rabbi
Kph E. > ,vskv wil1 speak
The World and Israel." Min-
.,t 5 o'i lock Saturday fol-
C.,,,'l by Shalos Seudos. The
|bbi will I' ak on "Light and
Clmess.' iriv services will
|]IIU. Da vices at 7:30 .m.
[owed by a class in Mishnah.
jncha serv ci s at 5:45 p.m. foi-
led by a i lass in Jewish law
I customs and Maariv services.
tliami Hebrew School and
iior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
jth Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
, lay evi i ng services at 5:45.
iurdaj ing at 9 o'clock.
|bli: Sinn i April will speak on
I "Portion of the Week." Sun.
mornin Sunday School at
o'clock. Registration for Hc-
W anil Sunday Schools daily
|m 3 to i> p.m.
JMAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
bNGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
je Miami. Rabbi Murray
buer.
iday evi n ng services at 5:45.
Bui.lay ng at 8 p.m. Jun-
!0 o'clock. Rabbi
irray Graucr will speak on
pi Beg ni Difficult?" Min-
5:15 followed by
Sou i i Rep'strat'on fr
Jday School from 9 to 12 noon.
Brew School registration daily
n 3:30 tn 6 30.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Services Friday evening at 6:30
Friday night services at 6
o'clock, Saturday morning at 8:30.
Sunday school registration, Sun-
day at 10 o'clock.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday night services at 6:30
p.m., Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach
on "The Weekly Portion of the
Law." Pie-kindergarten group
starts Oct. 13th; Sunday School
party and enrollment, Oct. 12th.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can.or Sam-
uel Kelemer.
Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
speak on "Rediscovery of Amer-
ica." Saturday morning services
10:45 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer will render musical portions
at all services. Sunday Religious
School and week-day afternoon
Hebrew classes now in session.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th St., Miami. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus.
Regular Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman will conduct the
services and lecture.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8
o'clock, Rabbi David Raab will
preach on "Are We Giving Our
Children a Jewish Education?"
Hollywood. Florida
Friday evening services at 8:15,
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
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Officers of the Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rilh receive
charter membership cards from E. Albert Pallot. first vice presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. In photo
(left to right) are: Norton Pallot. vice president; Richard Ger-
stein. president; Mr. Pallot and Paul Glasel, second vice presi-
dent. The group is the fourth adult B'nai B'rith Lodge to be
organized in this area and is open to all men over 21 years of
age.
II
"Miss B'nai B'rith
Must Be Vocalist
'"Miss B'nai B'rith", top vocalist
of the greater Miami area, will be
chosen at the second annual Sho.
lem Lodge, B'nai B'rith Hallow-
e'en Party and Dance, Sunday
evening, October 26th at the
Frolic Club, it was announced by
Dance chairman Marx Feinberg
and Milton Friedman.
Feminine singers who wish to
compete may enter the contest by
calling the Sholem Lodge office
at 3-6306. Barry Davis, orches-
tra leader, whose All-Vet Dance
band will provide music for the
affair, states that he has been
seeking a "typical" Miami song-
stress, and will invite the winner
to audition with his orchestra.
The Hallowe'en Party will also
feature carnival games.
Members of B'nai B'rith Girls
groups will act as hostesses, and
the S h o 1 e m Lodge Women's
Chapter will assist with refresh-
ments and entertainment. Tick-
ets at $2.00 per couple are avail-
able from any B'nai B'rith mem-
ber or at 330 Seybold Bldg., the
Lodge office.
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Herbert Silver. The new huts are
already finished, and the mess
hall and lodge, being built by
Morris Segal, Mrs. Silver's father,
are almost completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Silver operate
Camp Osceola for Boys at Hen-
dcrsonville, N. C, and will open
the new sister camp for the 1948
season. The new camp, located
on the Mills River, boasts a large
swimming pool.
The Silvers recently returned
from North Carolina and are at
their home at 950 Jefferson Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.
Mizrachi Women To
Install New Officers
Officers will be installed by
the Miami Beach Mizrachi Wom-
en's Division on Saturday eve-
ning, Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. at Beth
Jacob Synagogue, 311 Washing-
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Mrs. Emanuel Karger will con-
duet the formal installation ft
honorary president Mrs, J. Bren-
ner; .President, Mrs. F. Kalstein;
vice presidents, the Mesdames S.
Grundberg, Anna Baer, P. Chill,
M. Lehrman and H. Sir; Becord-
inc secretary, Mrs. s. Geltner;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. L.
Feder; financial secretary. Miss
<;. Gurland, and treasurer, Mrs.
E. I.ilienfeld.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
address the gathering, and Can-
tor Feder will offer a number of
musical selections. There will be
entertainment by Bernicc and
Jear.ette Sir.
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A "Dutch Treat" luncheon
will precede the first regular
meeting of Miami Chapter of
American Jewish Congress to
be held on October 22 at 1 p.m.
in the Shell Room of the Miami
Colonial Hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was
guest speaker at the opening
dinner meeting of the Jackson-
ville Jewish Center Men's Club
last month.
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