The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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QSffi 21-NUMBER 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNE 11, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
U.N. Four Week Truce Starts
PRESIDENT VISITS PRESIDENT
CAIRO Count Folke Bernadotte. United Nations mediator,
announced that a four-week armistice in Palestine starts at
1 a.m. Friday (Miami time).
Arab and Jewish troops on the battle fronts in Palestine
were being ordered today to cease fire.
Arabs and Jews accepted the Swedish mediator's plans
uncond.tionally, he announced.
Bernadotte's plan is to freeze the military situation ab-
solutely.
Only cautious optimism was expressed around the United
, Nations at Lake Success that the four-week armistice and arms
'embargo will endure or that the UN can evolve a solution
! that will result in permanent peace.
Irgun Zvai Leumi, once the Jewish underground but now
; part of Israel's army, opposed the truce.
Washington, D. C. Israel's first president. Dr. Chaim Weiimann
talks with President Truman about the Palestine problem during his
recent visit to the White House. One of the chief tODics discussed was
the migration of 15,000 Jews a month to Israel.
Gerard Swope Refuses
British Appointment
NEW YORK, (JTA)Declaring
that Britain's attitude to the Pal-
estine issue is "vacillating, re-
prahensible and non-construc-
tive,'' Gerard Swope, honorary
president of the General Electric
Company and noted U.S. indus-
trialist, tins week declined to ac-
cept an appointment as ''Honor-
ary Commander of the Most Ex-
cellent Older of the British Em-
pire."
Kan War Material
LONDON, (JTA)Bowing to
public criticism, the British Gov-
ernment this week banned the
export of war material to the
Arab states warring on Israel.
The ban also includes Palestine.
Among the articles placed under
embargo were airplanes, bombs,
firearms, ammunition, grenades,
explosives and mine-.
Soviet Union Will
Send Observers
To Palestine
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
Soviet Union this week served
notice that it is ready to send Red
Army officers into Palestine to
serve as United Nations military
observers during the cease-fire
period. Andrei Gromyko of the
U.S.S:R. took issue with the ac-
tion of Bernadotte and the Se-
curity Council Truce Commis-
sion which, it was disclosed this
week, has directly approached the
Bernadotte invited 21 officers
each from the U. S., France and
Belgium and asked for three U. S.
patrol vessels, two French and
one Belgian to watch the coast.
Though opposed to have the
Russians in Palestine, the United
States is understood to be pre-
paring not to oppose directly the
Russian attempt to participate.
Rabbi Joshua Liebman
Jewish Author
Dies In Boston
Rabbi Joshua Liebman, nation-
ally known radio lecturer and
author of the best-seller, "Peace
of Mind," collapsed and died of
a heart attack Wednesday in his
room at the Hotel Somerset in
Boston. Rabbi Liebman spiritual
leader of Temple Israel was 41
years old.
Israel War Continued I niil
Headline; Tel Aviv Road Open
War on land, sea and in the aii less shelling from the Old City-
continued in the hours before the directed at the Jewish sections
three countries represented on truce was to be effective. Cairo of Jerusalem ceases, the Jews:
said Egyptian naval units de- I will s-hell the Arab-populated Old
the commission with a request
that they .;end military observers
to Palestine.
After the Soviet delegate had
brought the issue into the open,
the council heard statements by
the delegates of Belgium, France
and the United States, whose con-
sular officials in Jerusalem com
prise the UN. Truce Commission,
confirming the report that they
had been approached without the
Council's knowledge.
stroyed port installations at Na-
hariya, 15 miles north of Haifa,
and Egyptian land troops attacked
two settlements in south central
Palestine. Planes bombed Rtho-
vot, 12 miles southeast of Tel
Aviv.
Four Jewish military convoys
arrived in Jerusalem this week,
bringing ia heavy artillery to back
up an Israeli ultimatum to the
Arab Legion warning that un-
City.
Arab reports confirmed that,
following the capture of El Qubab
village earlier in the week by
Jewish fighters, the main high-
way from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
is open again to Jewish military
traffic. A Haganah broadcast
spoke of "panic and the mass
evacuation" of Arabs from the
city, in the expectation of Jewish
offensive.
Appeal Breakfast
Puts Drive Over
Raising more tr-9n $34,000 at
its comn unity breakfast salutirc
the state of Israel last Surdav at
the Steak House, the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation has gone
over tin top in its 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it was announced
ry Jaco Sher president of the
Seeking a goal of $1,489,025,
HfcFedi ration at Sunday's break-
fast pa si l the $1.490 000 mark
and, according to Mr. SJ"er, con-
siderable additional money will
still pour in to boost he total
"Wit:- tl is total. Greater Mi-
ami becomes the first maior com-
munitv the United States to
pass its 1048 goal," Mr. Sher an-
nounii
Ben-Zion Klan, Hagpnah re
present live jn this country, wa*
Introduced bv Abraham Good-
man, chairman of the "Save the
State df Israel" appeal. Urging
the Jews of America to have con-
fidence ,,- tne ultimate outcome
wan said that the Jews i- Israel
were mi,re than holding their own
against she Arab hordes. He noint-
nut that "not a single inch of
Israeli territory is ir the hands
*J 'he Arab invader-" and said
wat King Farouk of Egypt and
Klr>S Abdullah of Transjordan
Wero "fighting with British
British arms, British
ranks. British planes and British
eadership" He berated England
'<" "walking out the front door
and trying to climb back in
"trough the back window," and
sa'd that "English policy was
wed on Arab bluff."
We Jews who saw six million
1 0Ur P>i One Picture Speaks A Thousand Words
chambers no longer want to exisl
as supplicants," he said. "Every-
where in the world, except in
Israel, everyone pities US and no
one wants us. In Israel no one-
pities us and everyone wants us.
"There are three things that
kept out of Israel," he Jacob Sher, (left) president of the Greater Miami Jewish
'"These are the wind, the Federation, shakes hands with Abraham Goodman, chairman
rtars and the Jews. He predicted oj lne Federation's "Save the State of Israel" appeal which
that the Israeli will emerge ended Sunday with a total raised of $1,490,000. The "Save the
stronger after their present war S(ate o{ israei" Appeal was the final phase of the Federation's
than when "the Arabs fired their ^ Combined Jewish Appecll for $1,489,925
first shot."
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948
Security Loan Committee Speeds Drive
For Dade County $5,375,000 Bond Quota
With its organizat'on nearing completion, the Security Loan
Committee for Dade county, headed by G. C. Estill, is speeding
up the drive for 35,375,000, the county's guota in America's Se-
curity Loan. Dade county had purchased SI,289,354 worth of
the Security Bonds on May 6, 24% of the guota, Estill an-
nounced. The drive ends June 30.
Special cooperation has been
nlisted from banks: merchants
md other advertisers:
Xeirsbits
Among the 400 graduates at
regular spring commencement ex-
ercises this weekend at Emory
university were six Miami resi-
dents. Trey are Donald Emanuel
Kobley. who received the degree
of doctor of medicine; Lee Fred-
erick Goldberg, doctor of dental
surgery: Gciree William Smoak
bachelor of laws: George Payne
Brown, jr.. Barney DeForrest
Jackson and William A. Wicker,
bachelor of arts.
Dr. Jess V. Cohn, Miami Beach
psvehiatrist, was installed as
it of the Dade county Ju-
venile Council at a meeting Mon-
day evening in the home of Mrs.
Lillian Giddings. 3880 Bayshore
Dr.. Miami Beach.
Ann T.' vin was elected presi-
denl "f the National Honor Socie-
tv for Spanish Students, a rewlv
orgrni/ed groun at Miami B>
Senior High school. Dan Solt/er is
vie- president; Hannah Dnmond.
recording secretary; Beverly
Cooper, corresponding secretary:
I Sanford Kimball. treasurer.
-,! ss Iris Snrafkin. daughter of
MrF Evelyn Snrafkin was elected
a -ember.
Gerald J. Klein, so-, of City
C eilman Maurice (Doc) Klein
and Mrs. Klein, of 1521 Jeffer-
son Ave.. will he graduated Mon-
dav from the Universitv of Flor-
ida Law School. Young Klein.
who was Graduated fro-r. Miami ,VKluai.
Beach Hieh school in 1938. servi
news-
papers, radio stations, outdoor ad-
vertising companies, clubs, as-
sociations, fraternal societies and
>ther types of organizations:
schools, business institutions and
:overnment activities.
In outlining the primary im-
mediate objective of the Security
Loan drive. Estill quoted the of-
ficial Treasury Department state-
ment: "To create a more rational
balance between consumer de-
mand and production volume to
relieve pressures on the price
structure, by encouraging sav-
ings out of current earnings and
the establishment of reserves as
:nsurance against inflation and
depression."
Estill further pointed out
that since Communiusm thrives
on depression, a financially
sound America, protected aginst
ruinous inflation by the wise
precautionary action of its free
citizens, will be safest in the
future against any attempted
inroads of Communist aggres-
sion.
Three types of Security Bonds
are available.
Series E bonds are "apprecia-
tion" bonds, which increase in
value at the end of the first year
and every 6 months thereafter
until maturity, at which time you
receive 54 for every S3 invested.
Denominations are from $25 to
SI.000. They are designed to be
sold to individuals, with a limit
of SI0.000 worth to any indi-
38 months in the Army before
: :ng law school.
Series F bonds are also "ap-
tion" bonds. They mature
in 12 years. Although they pay a
slightly lower interest rate than
is for a S20.000 kitchen to E bonds, they may be purchased
led to the Beth Jacob syna- |,v trustees, partnerships.
gogue at 311 Washington Ave. Iciations and corporations with no
were approved by the city build-
; tment,
Leo Ack. rmai was elected cor-
ding se.rdary of the Coral
Way Elementary School Daddies
Association.
-.- rni's information center for
\ -.can Cancer Society has
opened new headquarters at 2051
| -.no Blvd. According to Dr.
Alfri d Levin, chairman of the
society's Dade county unit. The
center was established "to provide
a place for the general public
i urate ard authoritative
information about cancer could
be obtain" d."
Executive producer Jack L.
Warner tells us of the appoint-
ment of Ray Heindorf. composer-
conductor, as musical director at
Warner Bros. Studios, succeed-
ing the late Leo F. Forbstein. who
recently passed away. Heindor'
is a graduate of the Troy Con-
servatory of Music. New York
and after working in New York
on the improvising of accom-
paniments to silent films, came
to Hollywood to work in sound
picture scoring. After scoring all
the Samuel Goldwyn musicals-
up to 1937. he signed a long-term
contract at Warners and scored
manv of the company's important
pictures. In 1943-44 he won the
A di my Award for his score of
"Th;s Is the Army."
imit on the amount. Denomina-
tions are from $25 to $10,000.
Series G bonds also mature in
12 years but instead of merely
increasing in value periodically,
their earned interest is paid semi-
annually by Treasury check as
long as the bond is held or until
maturity. Their interest rate is
very slightly below that of F
bonds and they may be pur-
chased in any amount. Their de-
nominations range from $100 to
S10.000.
All three types of Security
Bonds are available at banks,
-ither financial institutions and
post offices.
The slogan of the bond drive
is. "America's security is your
security. Buy Security Bonds
now!"
Mrs. Stanley Phillips accepts charter for the new North
Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'riih from Mrs. Irving Becker,
vice president of the District Grand Lodge No. 5 Women, as Mrs.
Sam Silver, president of the Florida State Federation of. Women s
B'nai B'rith Lodges looks on._____________________________________
JWB Honors
Service Graduates
ANNAPOLIS. Md. Twelve
Jewish midshipmen, members of
his year's graduating class of
the United States Naval Aca-
demy, each received from the
National Jewish Welfare Board
JWB' a copy of the Bible In-
scribed with their name. The pre-
sentation was made at the an-
nual breakfast service for the
graduating class, sponsored by the
Annapolis JWB Armed Services
Committee.
WEST POINT. N. Y. Eleven
Jewish cadets who were com-
missioned second lieutenants at
'he graduating exercises of the
United States Military Academy
here, received inscribed Bibles
from the Division of Religious
Activities of the National Jewish
Welfare Board at the bacca-
laureate service of the Jewish
Chapel Squad.
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Federation Director Predicts 75,000 Jewish Population
imrris Klass is a graduate of the University of PEr.T m ur. ._________ w r ^wbb
Unrris Klass is a graduate of the University of
fehiaafl and the New York School of Social
! k The Vears 1933 to 1941 weTe spent '" Wash-
tni't D C.j where he was Director of Jewish
iJnrip<; was associated with the Fund Raising
KMrtmenl o/ the WashingtOTi Community Chest,
a alto taught social work at Howard University
Irtwo sessions. Mr. Klass came to Miami in 1941
^ executive director for the Greater Miami Jew-
K. Federation. However, the following year he
ed the G3rd Infantry Division and served in
&1 Armed Forces for three years. He delivered the
message
below to Federation directors last week.
it the offset, I can assure you that Greater Mi-
i through your Federation has done its share,
more the communities of America, in making possi-
Mp the last-ditch fight of those heroes that defended
Jr. state of Israel these past critical months.
I plan to discuss informally with you or prob-
. as I see them, in the year ahead.
Our future in the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion is closely linked to the problems of our people
in this country and overseas. The year 1946, when
JL first SID0.000 campaign was announced by Amer-
ican Jewry, Jewish communities in America pushed
'the background their own problems and went all
ut raise what was then considered a stupendous
sum to rescue the remnants of Israel and keep them
alive. Thi year 1947, an even larger assignment was
acceptt"! by the Jewish communities of America and
again all local problems were set aside to raise the
000,000 which was set as a minimum
amount ary to continue supporting refugees
swelling DP Camps throughout Europe. The year
1948. the third successive post-war year, local needs
ind communities went all out in a
(250,000.000 minimum goal for the defense of Israel
and for the continuation of support for the displaced
urope, immigration in this country, and
of a reconstruction program in other
lar.ds.
It par cearly be seen how the e%fents abroad far
nd pushed in the background the
local community, and even those of the
national agi ncies serving the people of our country.
this, however, our own community was
able to raiff a substantial amount in the capital fund
appeal of Mt Sinai Hospital, and smaller amounts
1 by our ind( pendent agencies for their
There was even some community
rried on. on a minimum basis.
It is always dangerous to prognosticate, how-
ever f planning ahead it is necessary to make cer-
tions if we are to set a course of action
lo follow. I foresee in the year ahead peace in Israel
rly process of emptying the concentra-
tion r, : ps of Cypress, the DP Camps of Italy and
an ever decreasing flow of migra-
tion from Eastern Europe to Southern and Western
I foresee a slow rehabilitation of Jewish life
in European lands but an increasing relief prob-
lem among the Jewish populations of Arabic
countries. I anticipate the population of Palestine
to increase from 700.000 in 1948 to over 800.000 in
1948 and probably by 1951 to reach the figure of
1,250.000.
e as-umptions that I do not hesitate to
i time as the basis for our long-range
planning.
,' the conditions above to be true, we
can expect Inning next year, a fairly static de-
Jewish communities in America for funds
irl the Joint Distribution Committee and
n into Palestine.
I WOULD FURTHER ASSUME THAT WE
CAN. WITHIN THE NEXT FEW YEARS. EX-
b di.stnce ot tr.ose mechanisms, tools
and structures every Jewish com-
munity considers necessary for the
development of its people. Com-
paring our community to cities
such as Baltimore. Detroit and
Newark highlights this grave prob-
lem. There is no place where a
Jewish assemblage of over 500 can
hold meetings under favorable cir-
cumstances: the new structures of
our two Y's would have been ade-
quate for a community of 5.000: In
my judgment, they are almost use-
lesstoday even as they arc being
Morris Klaus completed, in solving the needs of
their immediate areas. Our Home for th(
merely a stop-gap program and would be more
suited for a community of 5,000 Jewish people. Our
Jewish hospital is still non-existent, if you consider
such an institution as a resource for Jewish families
in the middle and lower class fields. Our synagogues
are far from the institutions a community of (un-
anticipated si/e can be proud of.
Although we are really a twin-city, with a 7
mile water barrier and a different make-up in
population, we have learned to work together and
are ready to do joint planning on a county-wide
basis. We have demonstrated in the fund-raising
field that there can be no substitute for unified
action for a common goal. This is a real asset.
Another asset which we cannot minimi/, is the
fact that we are slowly developing alert agencies,
under good pn I I leadership, and awakening
boards ready and eager to offer the nest service in
their specific fields. Our Home for the Aged Board
is developing to the point where it will soon be able
to serve all the aged of our community with a m
progressive program. Our Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion is making itself felt in bringing to the youth
and the adults the realization that without Jewish
content in every walk of life the Jewish community
of America will be doorwd. Our two Y's are ecom-
ing conscious of the need for an overall community
program and for services in all geographical areas.
Our case-work agency, though not a membei ol
Federation, is now resettling n fugees, offering help
to the Home for the Aged, Y's and hospital.
Let us now weave these facts into a pattern
for 1949. We can expect this coming year a decrease
in the emphasis on pressure campaigning, and with
it a greater opportunity to sit back, plan and care-
fully blueprint the needs of our fast-growing com-
munity. One of the important decisions of the past
year was that Federation should take responsibility
for the capital funds needs of its member agencies.
It will be necessary in the next few months to care-
fully survey the programs of the group work
agencies, including our Y's. leisure time programs of
our synagogues, the needs of our Home for the Aged
and our Bureau of Jewish Education and develop
some plan of creating in this community the kinri of
institutions that will not be outmoded before they
are completed. It will be necessary to reach a de-
cision as to how to finance this program.
This will be a major project in the field of com-
munity planning for the coming year. 'Hie census
which we have just completed is the first stop and
is the basis for this planning. The next step is the
survey of group work agencies in this area.
Another problem we must face is that of rela-
tionship between our agencies. With the addition to
our community of well qualified professionally train-
ed executives of agencies, there has been established
a closer working relationship between Federation
and agencies. Our Jewish Social Service Bureau
must be closely integrated into the program of our
Home for the Aged, our Y's and our hospital. Our
Y's and synagogues and hospital must be closely
related to the program of our Home for the Aged.
Our Bureau of Jewish Education has a place in the
programs of all the agencies, and Federation has
the responsibility of keeping the machinery well
oiled and functioning smoothly. There is no limit to
progress in this community if we work together in
harmony.
An area in this community which the Federa-
tion will be called upon to meet is that of com-
mur.ity relations. There can he no satisfactory ap-
proach to the problems of the relationship of the
Jewish community to the general community so
long as this is in the hands of a single organiza-
tion within the community. Community relations
call for a total community approach and for policy
making to be done by representatives of the en-
tire community. This has been the development
known as Community Relations Councils through-
out the United States in the last few years, and
it appears that the problem and needs in Miami
are no different.
Perhaps the greatest problem ahead is that of
i e development of leadership and the conservation
of leadership in our community. Even though to-
we have several thousand people working for
Federation in its drive throughout the year, as com-
pared to a handful some six years ago. there is -till
a nucleus of 20 to 30 individuals who are called
upon to assume tremendous responsibilities in all
areas. Federation cannot relax in its responsibility
for developing new leadership, and assigning old
leadership to specific jobs; and not expecting one or
a group of individuals to cover all areas.
The Jewish community of the State of Israel has
t its challenge. It started from scratch, it built up
own strength, it has kept away the enemy, and
is charting its future course. It remains to be seen
whether the Jewish community of Miami can meet
the challenge thrust upon it. We have met the first
test of supplying funds to keep alive our people
overseas. It remains to be seen whether we can win
the second battlethat of planning for and strength-
ening our own community in order that we may
take our proper place among the major Jewish com-
munities of America. I feel we have the interest of
our lay leadership. I feel we have the capacity. I feel
we have the qualified professional leadership, the
desire of our entire community, and I feel we will
win the second battle of planning on our home front,
and of building a Jewish community we shall be
proud of.
One last caution I must give in a joint venture
of this kind, in a battle of many facetsthere is no
room for advancing by destroying. No matter where
our first allegiance, no matter what individual or-
ganizations we espouse, the entire community wel-
fare should come first. There is no antithesis between
community development and agency development.
There car be no competition in this area, there can
be progress only when each member of this com-
munity works and fights for his own agency and for
the total community program jointly. There is no
room for destructive criticism. This battle will be
won only by understanding and working for our
mutual interests in the area of total community
development.
"The :

uler Americans For Haganah, are cui -
1.1 m produced over-
seas. natizes the story
D'Jew .:,,-ion from Eu-
. is being readied
i lease in the middle
s of the picture,
rently dickering with major com-
panies for national distribution.
Meyer Levin, producer of the Pal-
estinian film, "My Father's
House," completed work or. "U-
THE CALL OF ISRAEL
"Our call goes out to the Jewish people all
ovei the world to rally to our side in the task of
immigration and development, and to stand by us
in the great struggle lor the fulfillment of the
dream of generations." (From the Declaration of
Jewish Independence.)
You can best respond to this call by making
a generous donation, this Shavouth at Yiskur. to
the Jewish National Fund. Honor the memory of
your departed beloved by planting trees in the
State of Israel. Trees are an essential factor in
uning the sacred soil and in upb tildinq the
State of Israel. They express our undying faith and
Heinal hope for the future of our people.
Make checks payable to the Jew sh National
Tund. Mail to Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Co-Chairman.
1 N. F. of Miami Beach Zionist District, 844 Jeffer-
son Pvb., Miami Beach. Tel- 5-1650.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943
EDITORIAL
The Mundt BUI
As Justice William O. Douglas recently put
it: "A people indifferent to their civil liberties
do not deserve them, and in this revolutionary age
may not be expected to keep them long." It is
later than most people think and it can happen
in this country if Americans are not sufficiently
vigilent against those who would rob our nation
of its democratic heritage.
Ostensibly the Mundt-Nbcon bill is intended
to fight native communism exposure; but even a
superficial examination of it will immediately re-
veal that its passage would prove a fatal blow to
the Bill of Rights and would open the gates to un-
restricted thought-control and Gestapo-like tactics.
We have and have had for a long time suf-
ficiently efiect.vely laws against conspiracy and
treason which have been brought into action
when ever and wherever the occasion arose. To
invest the Attorney General with extraordinary
powers which will permit him to get around the
Bill of Rights and to act arbitrarily whenever he
pleases without due process of trial, evidence.
personal testimony, etc., is the first step toward
totalitarianism, which the bill is supposed to
oppose.
"The Mundt Bill," Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, presi-
dent of the National Council of Jewish Women,
declared, "proposes to 'control' dangers to demo-
cracy by totalitarian methods; and thus it all.es
itself with the spirit of the very forces it purports
to expose. The very real danger inherent in the
legislation is the fact that it would sacrifice the
sacred rights guaranteed American ciLzens by
the Constitution."
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BRITAIN'S NEUTRALITY
f ndvrstanding
The "Save the State of Israel" appeal raised
sufficient funds to put the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal over the top. A million and a half is a lot
o: dollars to raise in the Greater Miami area. We
must realize that the increase over last year's
f.gure of S920 000 is tremendous. Too much credit
cannot be given to Abe Goodman and Jake Sher
who spurred the score of ardent workers to
success.
As the truce for Palestine becomes effective,
the United Nations organization is faced with the
necessity of establishing its ability to take action
and have that action respected.
Shevuoth, or the Feast of Weeks, is observed
this Sunday and Monday. Historically this oc-
casion commemorates the giving of the Ten Com-
mandments to the children of Israel. It implies
an understanding for law and order, for right-
eousness and justice.
Let us hope that out of the deliberations of
the United Nations will come that understanding
in the fullest sense of its meaning.
Without Respect
When Zionist* attack British policy there is
always the rejoinder that they are interested
parties incapable of objective judgment. We
wonder what rejoinder the rulers of 10 Downinq
Street will make to Gerard Swope's sweepinq
denunciation of Britain's "vacillating, reprehensi-
ble and non-constructive" Palestine policy.
The elder Mr. Swope is not known to have
particularly favored the Zionist cause. But as an
American with a sense of justice he was out-
raged by the perfidious course which Britain has
been pursu ng with regard to Palestine. Ar.d as a
believer in the United Nations as an instrument lor
peace and international justice, he was deeply
disturbed by Britain's defiance of the U.N. Pales-
tine course.
Not a man who rushes to public print, Mr.
Swope held his thoughts and feelings to himself.
But when the first opportunity presented itself,
he seized upon it to lash out against Britain in
words that were as statesmanlike as they were
dignified. This he did by making public a letter
declining an invitation to accept the award of
Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire, one of the highest British
decorations, because, as he said, "in this last
year, however, in spite of the repeated recom-
mendations of several commissions of your own
government, of an American-British commission,
and then finally of the action of the United Nations
of a separate state in Palestine, the vacillatinq,
reprehensible and non-constructive attitude of
your government has left me without respect for
its position."
Those are strong words. But they represent
the sentiments of decent people everywhere. They
certainly represent the feelings of the American
people. _____
Miami First To Celebrate Issuance
Of 'Four-Chaplain' Memorial Stamps
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ple Israel. A quesi
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by Robe:t Venn and Earl Lewis.
stati n manage)
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Corp rati n
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testant Chap:
it an I ene li ti n
Father Philbin, former Cal
Chapl. gave thi
Q. Why do some Jews stay
awake t\\ night on the eve of
-
A This custom is said to stem
from an interesting bit of
Midrasc'ric lore. The Midrash
t-at on the night when
the Torah was to be given to
M :nt Sinai, the Jews
lee] ing peacefully a-d en-
ag nee of a pleasant
Tune night Moses had to e^ |
- use them from their
t^ awaken them and
n thi preparation.*
eventful presentation of
e Torah at M -r.t Sir.ii,
Since thp- the pe^D'.e of Israe'
(rives 1 t it has awak
^ned t i its responsibilities, and
need the thunder of
from lethargy.
plished by remain-
in the symgogue on
* and reciting
r t Bible and frorr
he Tal minds have
this tual to that of
anxious bridegroom
the "ight befo-e the
I Ut sleep rushing
ute preparations.
Thi f the Torai; with
Seven Points In
Truce Agreement
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA^The
text of a seven-point agreement
between the Provisional Govern-
ment of Israel and Count Folke
Bernadotte. UN. mediator in Pal-
estine, governing the admissior.
of immigrants to Israel and their
treatment after reaching the coun-
try during the period of the Se-
rurity Council four-week cease-
'ire was submitted to the U.N.
Secretary-General Trygve Lie by
Aubrey Eban. Israeli representa-
tive at Lake Success. The agree-
ment, which was also cabled the
U.N. by Bernadotte, provides
that:
1. The Provisional Government
of Israel shall notify the mediator
in advance of the date ar.d the
port of embarkation of every im-
migrant transport.
2. Its representatives will co-
operate with the mediator in
searching ships: if practical, at
Iways beer, compared ports of embarkation; otherwise.
11 ing of two lovers on|on arrival.
Iding day. Shavuos is
cedding anniversary in
red literature and we >how
Fecti it bv remaining
le right on the eve
[ thi inn sary.
.nations have been mace
>nd bars throughout entertainment jThursdaj I I
Miami.
MtJ Director
Sent To Tokvo
Events And Israel
Broward Court'. Frien >f the
Haganah sponsored a dance ar.d
:" the Army. Kenneth
Colonial Inn whii e|C. 1 lurced the ar
Dr. Her': c-rt Lee
rial cable "connecting Mi- for the Jewish a:.- irector of the Com-
arni wood. Calif, is now ish organizations which arrttng- -. E ; 1 tional Orgamza
bfch^tt^eT Auiui jjij^" Kronish aS *** Speak"
STS'SmS* staSr.saSCthe A net total of over S26.000 was Civil Information and Education
imp of the coax'al cable and when gained to aid the state of Israel Secti H ters, Suoreme
theU booster' stations are com- by the gigantic show staged by Commandei f r the Allied Pow
coast-to-coast network Barry Gray, radio commentator erv. Tokyo. Japan, according to
W Gottschall. dii ector
short the benefit affair invited Rabbi tions foi the National Conference
of C and Jews, as Re-
- Educa*. iser to the

-ows will be carried by local and disc jockey Saturday night And:.
television stations, he revealed, in the bar.dshell of Flamingo park, of Florida Area of the NCCJ.
3. Immigrants found in posses-
sion of arms shall be disembark-
ed, and if they arrive, they will
not be admitted.
4. Arrivals during the tirst week
of truce shall be regulated accord-
ing to the mediator's capacity to
handle transport.
5. Men of military age during
the cease-fire shall be kept in
hostels and camps and work cen-
ters where they can be effective-
ly supervised with a view to en-
suring no recruiting and no train-
ing.
6 If the Cyprus ban is removed,
Israel's immigration program
during the cease-fire will con-
centrate mainly on the evacu-
ation of Cyprus.
7. Regarding European trans-
ports, the Provisional Govern-
ment will strive to maintain nor-
mal age composition.
Gables Bowling Teams
Seek Competitors
Coral Gables lodge. B'nai B'rith
bowling league held their an-
nual banquet yesterday at Har-
vey's Grill. More than 60 -
attended the dinner culminating
a successful 1948 bowling
Alvin Corenblum and Eugene
Seidler were co-chairmen of the |
affair.
The Gables bowling ti ams have
issued a challenge to other B'nai
B'rith groups in the area f '
fall and winter tournament. Any-
one interested is referred to Alvin
Corenblum, at 4-3311.
Joint Congress Meeting
Greater Miami men's chapter
of the American Jewish Con-
gress and the Miami w s
group will meet jointly in Tem-
ple Israel Monday evening at
8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will re-
view Carrie McWilliam -
Mask for Privilege." R
ments will be served.
This is to be the final meeting
of both groups until the fall.
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aMPAY.JUNEU
1948
lliia Cirossmaii
>o Serving
Israeli Mission
wija Rita Grossman, former
Jn,* editor of The Jewish Flori-
j;3p is now serving as assistant
i (he director of information of
Jhe Israeli Mission to the United
for the past year, Miss Gross-
h.-i' occupied a similar posi-
tion wit' the New York office
'(the Jewish Acencv for Pales
Hue, who?e '.-formation director
it Kenon. has just receive^
-;, appointment to the Israel1
delegation.
Grossman WM associated
, flie Jewish Floridian for a
lnd one-half, prior to her
departure for New York in April
\ graduate of the Universi
tv of Miami, she received her
piarters degree in journalism a*
Northwestern University, Evans-
ton. Illinois. While at the U. of
y thi.....litor of the Hurri-
cane, wei kly newspaper. Daughtei
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man of Coral Gables, she is the
author of two children's books.
?J!*tIk:riidliic*in
New Temple Isaiah Officially Opens
With Sabbath Eve Services Tonight
ss orSi^rwi.s- ,new ? iewish
8:15 p.m. at 4925 CoUinsAve plaCe ,h'S eveninr> at
H.ghliah.d Jhe service will be ,he installation of Rabbi
David Saab^JKEWaff*? inS'alla,in < <**
K. Kaplan, president ofXe Great con**q -*- All-,.. D.ll:..:. ____
r Miami Rabbinical association
Obbi Raab will address the con-
eregation on the subject "Temple
saiah: Milestone in Community
Progress."
Dedicated to the prophetic
deals of "The Fatherhood o< Cod
md the Brotherhood of Man,"
the newly organized reform con-
gregation will continue to hold
ervices at the former estate of
Albert D. Lasker.
Organizational committee of the
temple is under the chairmanship
3f Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
attorney who is chairman of the
PAGE FIVE
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Federation Office Adds
Administrative Assistant
Sam Grossman, formerly con-
nector! with the New York state
government, has joined the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation- as
an administrative assistant in
charge of collection of accounts,
it was announced yesterday by
Morris Klass, executive director.
The position was provided for.
Mr. Klass explained, at a recent
ireetinc of Federation's executive
committee. Growth of the Federa-
tion campaign from sone 5,000
pledges totalling approximately
8?5.nnn in 1946 to more than 9.-
000 pledges for nearly $1,500,000
has created a definite need for
an active collections department,
it was pointed out.
Mr Grossman lives with his
wife at 1132 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. He is a graduate of New
York University and received his
bachelor of laws degree from St.
John's School of Law in Brook-
lyn in 19311.
Civic Leaders
Select 'Typical'
teach Couple
elect a Miss and Mr. "Typi-
cal Miami Beach" to reign at
' eir dance Saturday, May 19. in
ho Ritz Plaza hotel, the Miami
Beach Business and Professional
.....' Hadas8ah have chosen
nl prominent judges. Includ-
the list are Marcie Liber-
map, mayor of Miami Beach: Mrs.
Muriel Hirsch, hotel owner: Rabbi
David Raab, spiritual leader of
the new reform congregation -of
: Beach, Temple Isaiah; and
Del Moore, local radio an-
nouncer.
Miss Lyn Warner, -lance chair-
has announced that con-
testants are still being accepted.
Ai yore interested is advised to
contact her at 1619 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach, or by calling
58-5769 Ri istrants are to furnish
their names, addresses, measure-
photographs, etc.
Tickets for the 8:30 affair may
purchased at the door the
night of the dance.
Harold Shapiro
TEP Swim Dance
Tau Alp.a chapter of Tau
Epsilnr. Phi, social fraternity at
the University of Florida, will
honor graduating high school
ser.iors in this area 8:30 p.m.
Thursday night, June 10. with a
swim dance at the Floridian ho-
tel. Miami Beach.
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Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami and active in many j
communal activities. It consists'
of Alfred Kreisler. Miami attor-
ney formerly of Detroit, who was
instrumental in the acquisition ot
the temple's place of worship:
Richard D. Goodman, Surside
business man: and Dr. Seymoui
Kreisler, Miami Beach dentist.
Judy Nelson Drucker. colora-
turo soprano with the Coral
Gables Philharmonic symphony,
will be guest soloist. Vocalists for ;
the regular services will be Co-
rinne Goodman and Pauline
Swartz Fried.
Temple Isaiah has received the
endorsement of the Union of
American Hebrew congregations,
the Hebrew Union College and
the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis, authoritative bodies
of reform Judaism in America.
Among other congratulatory mes-
sages are those of Edmund I.
Kaufman, Max Gottlieb. Carl Al-
pert of "The New Palestine."
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami
Beach, Councilman Harold Turk.
Moses Ginsburg and others.
The public has been invited to
attend the opening service.
Academy Dedication
Many leaders of the Gn
Miami community will dedicate-
part of the services ot their syna-
gogues and temples during Ihe
Shevuoth holiday, June 13 a
14. to a presentation ,
pretation of the function, philoso-
phy and role of the Hebrew A
demy in the educational pro-
gram of the community.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Membership Dance
Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith is
planning a dance for Saturday
night. June 19. in the Raleigh
hotel for all paid up members
and !h( ir guests.
David R. Isen. chairman, as-
E inuel Goldstrich and
: Teigman. have arranged
contest and prizes for
Registration For
" V Home f amp
Sets New Record
Largest registration since the
inception of the Home Camp in
1939 has been reached by the
Miami Y, according to Mrs. Leo
Sheiner, chairman of tie Home
Camp committee. To date over
110 persons have registered for
jthe camp with many still on the
waiting list. It is expected that a
minimum of 125 peonle will be
registered when the Home Camp
begins on June 28.
Mrs. Sheiner called special at-
tention to the fact that this year
the M;ami Y Camp is having a
group for 12 to 14 year olds. The
Counsellor's Training Course will
begin on Monday, June 21.
Thursday, June 24, at 1 p.m.. a
physical examination of all camp
registrants will take place at the
Y, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. No one will
be admitted to the camp without
a physical examination by the
camp doctors, Mrs. Sheiner re-
veals.
Julius Samuels, activities di-
rector of the Y will be camp
director, and Chuck Klein, ath-
letic director, will be head coun-
sellor.
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B'nai B'rith Convention
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Washington, included ft Albert
Pallet, Harold Turk and Louis
Heiman. They all serve as mem-
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PAGE SEVEN
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
HERE COMES THE BRIDE
Not so long ago I attended a
wodding ceremony at Temple
Israel. As the procession started
the organ pealed out the Bridal
March from Lohengrin. Some-
thing in me froze. This music by
Richard Wagner struck me in the
face. I had a feeling of outrage
as if someone insulted me. I could
hear the screams, the moans, the
dying gasps at the crematories of
Dachau or Buchenwald.
I thought of the Nazis burning
the music of the Jewish compos-
ei. of Mendelsohn's marble
statue at Dusseldorf destroyed by
Hitler; of Jewish singers, com-
s, conductors, banished or
murdered. The authorship of the
I, ireli, the most popular song of
the German language, marked in
German music books "anony-
or "Folklore" because the
words were written by the Jew-
ish poet Heinrich Heine.
Sitting next to one of our young
intelligensia, I remarked "Do they
have to play Richard Wagner's
music at a Jewish weddingand
in a synagogue?" He gave me a
ring look and said con-
fidingly. "Why not? Art is
international. The language of
music is understood by all people,
regardless of race or nationality."
Like most Jewish intellectuals,
he seemed to know everything
except about things Jewish. He
expressed incredulity when I told
him the following:
RICHARD WAGNER Until
the middle of the 19th century,
music and the arts were singular-
ly free from Anti-Semitism. But
this was changed by Richard
Wagner, who incidentally, is sus-
pected on pretty strong grounds
"f having been the son of the
Jewish actor. Ludwig Geyer. The
Police Chief. Wagner and Rich-
ard's mother were estranged at
the time for good. Richard Wag-
ner was unquestionably one of
the great geniuses of all time. Yet
he w.'is vicious, envious, ungrate-
ful He never believed in paying
an honest debt. He thought noth-
i:ig of seducing the wives of his
best friends, especially those whi
helped him
When Wagner started his ca-
reer the outstanding names in
music were Mendelsohn. Meyer-
beer, Rubinstein. Halevy, Offen-
bachto mention a few. They
happened to be Jews just as in
America Jerome Kern. Irving
Berlin, and George Gershwin
were the successful composers of
P pular music in our time. So
when Wagner saw these Jewish
musicians successful and idolized
while he was struggling to gain
recognition, he decided to get
even. But like Haman, he took
his revenge not on his competi-
tors but on the entire Jewish
p' ople.
inner wrote a vicious anti-
Semitic pamphlet "Judaism in
Music." This notorious essav be-
came a text book, not only in
an Anti-Semitism but
throughout Europe. And as Wag-
ner emerged from obscurity into
fame this tract was read more
md more. It established Richard
Wagner as the godfather of Nazi
Ideology. The central them is that
the Jews being an alien race
cannot possibly comprehend the
German spirit. Consequently
how can a Jewish artist (if there
are such) interpret the German
soul? Thus, if he writes music-
his music corrupts the pure foun-
tainhead of German kultur H
follows quite logically that all
music by Jewish Composers mus
be torn out root and branch from
German art. Wagner did not say
it in so many words, but the
Vazis put it into practice, with
German efficiency working at its
best.
Was it merely a coincidence
that Houston Stewart Chamberlir
became Wagner's son-in-law'1
This renegade Englishman wrote
the Foundations of the Nine-
teenth Century, which became
the Bible of Nazism. He fitted
quite well into the Wagner circle
Or was it an accident that Wag-
ner's daughter-in-law was amon"
the first to back Adolph Hitler"
It was her prestige as owner of
Wagner's Music Drama Theatre
at Beyrouth that enabled Hitler
to influence the leading in-
tellectuals of Germany.
Camp Ramah Adds
Features And Hebrew
"A new adventure in summer
camping." for boys and girls from
ten to eighteen, is the aim of the
lirectors of Camp Ramah, sit-
uated near Augusta. Maine. The
camp, which is operated by the
New England Region. United
Synagogue of America, in co-
iperation with the Teachers In-
stitute. Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, includes several
features especially designed to
meet the needs of Jewish boys
and girls, which are not found
in the average juvenile vacation
spots.
Use of the Hebrew language is
stressed as much as possible and
hildren with even a rudimentary
knowledge are said to soon ac-
quire an amazing facility in the
use of the language. In addition
to every type of sports activity
'amp Ramah includes daily in-
struction for a short period in
Bible, Hebrew language and lit-
erature study, etc. The staff con-
sists solely of counselors supplied
by the Teachers Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
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Beaeh Y Takes
Initiative In
Endorsing Israel
The Miami Beat YM & WHA
't a regular meeting last week',
1 "I two resolutions relative
to the new state of Israel.
The first called upon the Presi-
dent of the United States to lift
the embargo against arms. The
d resolution was a word of
greeting to the new state. It was
felt that it was fitting that this
board recognize what is happen-1
ing in Israel, since many of the I
countries of the world have done
similarly.
This was a precedent-breaking
action or? the part of the board,
for in accordance with the princi-
pals of the Y, it represents all
ohases of American Jewish life,
regardless of what synagogual
affiliations they may have, and
whether or not they belong to
Zionist organizations, Carl
Wemkle president said, in mak-
mg the announci ment. In ac-
ordance with this philosophy, it
has been the policy of the Y not
to take any po.-ition on a matter
which could not truly represent
all of its membership. However,
the board felt that in this in
stance, American Jewry is com-1
pletely united in its desire to see
the freedom-loving people of Is-1
rael get all of the support it
needs. Therefore, these resolu-
tions were unanimously passed.
Weinkle added.
I'm Glad
For months Howard Gold-
berg. 545 West 49th St., Mi-
ami Beach, has been saving his
quarters and halves to pur-
chase an outboard motor for
his boat. Finally the day came
when he hed accumulated
enough to get the prized pos-
ession. But one day last week,
Howard read that the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is
conducting an emergency "Save
the State of Israel" campaign
for $250,000. Howard figured
that the valiant defenders of
Israel needed financial help
more than he needed his out-
board motor. So. yesterday, he
mailed to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation his check for
S100, the amount he had saved.
And he wrote. "I'm glad to
do it."
each an expert in his subject.
Dietary laws are strictly obi
sei ved and special attention paid i
to the Sabbath observance. The
climate is said to be hay fever
and asthma free. Two infirmaries'
are equipped, with doctors and
nurses in constant attendance.
Further information may be ob- ,
tained from Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, of Miami Beach.
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PAGE EIGHT
* Jen 1st florkfton
FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1948
Personally Speaking...
Charles M. Freefield of 1620 S.W. 4th St. is convalescing
at Pratt General hospital after an internal operation.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Spilka of 337 N.E. 28th St. have had
his mother, Mrs. Martin Spilka, Sr., and several other members
of the immediate family, all from Pittsburgh, visiting them this
week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solomon, students at Georgia uni-
vers:ty, are spending several days at the Shorecrest hotel,
Miami Beach, visiting family and friends, before they return
for summer session at Georgia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Catsman of 2320 S.W. 21st Ave. left this
week for Higgins Lake, Roscommon, Michigan, where they will
spend the summer. Enroute they are stopping in Detroit and
Flint
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper of 1600 S.W. 16th Ave. an-
nounce the birth of a son, Sidney Alan, May 29 in Jackson
Memorial hosp.tal.
* +c *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol M. Gutstein of 3010 S.W. 19th Ter. are
leaving for Chicago Tuesday after the holidays. They plan
to return October 15.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Aberman are holding a reception
for friends tonight in their home, 820 Lakeview Drive, Miami
Beach, in honor of their new granddaughter, Jill Diane Aberman,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Aberman, 1995 Marseilles Drive.
May 25 in St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Edgar Joseph, maternal
grandparent from Evansville, Indiana, is visiting the family here
for the occasion.
* -W *
In Philadelphia now for the 25th anniversary reunion of
his class at the University of Pennsylvania is Dr. A. E. Rosen-
thcl of DiLido Island.
* *
Mrs. William Loeb of 1937 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
left Saturday for California to spend the summer. Her husband
and son will ioin her in several weeks.
* -w *
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger of New York City are vis ting
Mrs Unger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose at 1400 Lenox
Ave.
* -* *
On an auto trip North for the month are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Ginsburg and their children.
* -* *
Mrs. Lester Hart of Miami Beach entertained a group of
friends at luncheon on Tuesday.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Perlman left this week for Boston. Mr.
Perlman is the newly elected president of Temple Israel.
* *
M M
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank of Di Lido Island left for New York
this week where they will spend a few weeks at Grossinger's
to celebrate their wedding anniversary. They are to leave on
the Queen Mary July 9 for a 2-month trip to Europe.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand of Rivo Alto Isle announce the
arrival of a new baby.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Furman have moved into their new
home on Rivo Alto Isle.
* -* *
Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz entertained at an open house
Thursday.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel and son, Marvin, left by
plane yesterday for Los Angeles, Calif., to v.sit their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greenberg. Mrs. Greenberg
is the former Miss Natalie Frankel.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Auslander are in New York City. He
is expected to return next week.

Mr. and Mrs. Morty Fay have left for New York where they
will spend several weeks.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gordon are in Chicago for a combined
business and pleasure trip.

Mr and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg left Tuesday for their
summer vacation in New York City and the Catskill mountains.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei accompanied by their
daughter Naomi left for New York this week with members of
the family who came here to be present at the unveiling of
memor als to Queenie Stella and Leo Machtei last Sunday in
M; Nebo cemetery. Services for the deceased, who were killed
n year ago in a tragic plane crash, were recited before the
immediate family. The rabbi is expected to return to Miami
June 20.
* *
Mrs. Leonore Curtice of Miami has as her houseguests her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Pearl, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. H. B^ Pear
with her two children. Nancy Jean and John Curtice.Pearl all
from New York City. The visitors were here to aendthe^cidua-
tion of Mrs. Curtice's two daughters, Beverly and Patnaa, from
Miami Senior High school tonight.
* +
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, HendersonvUle, N C
from Miami are Mr. and Mis. S. I. Spector. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Spencer and Miss Martha Fabrikant.
Miss Sheldyne Arons
Arons-Lelrhuk
Troth Revealed
Announcement was made at a
family dinner party June 6 in
Manning's restaurant by Mr. and
Mrs. Barnet Arons of 1152 N.W.
6th St. of the engagement of
their daughter. Sheldyne Frances,
to Sheldon Neal Lclchuk. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
C. Lelchuk of 1414 Alhambra
Circle, Coral Gables.
Miss Arons, a Patricia Vance
model, is a graduate of Miami
Senior High school. She will com-
mence her studies at the Uni-
versity of Miami in the fall.
Mr. Lelchuk attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and N( w
York university. A senior at the
University of Miami Law -
he is a member of Beta Epsilon
law fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Junior Hadassah
Dan*es To Aid
Orphan Village
Fust of a series of summer
dances to be given, by Miami
Beach unit of Junior Hadassah
will take place tomorrow evening
in the Atlantis hotel.
According to Miss Roslyn
Worth, the June Jamboree is not
only being staged to enable youth
people of the community to gather
for an evening of dancing and
entertainment, but to raise addi-
tional funds for the Meier
Shfeyah orphan children's village
in Palestine which receives its
sole support from Junior Ha-
dassah.
Assisting Miss Worth is Miss
Fried Ankus. who has planned a
program of surprise entertain- :
ment in addition to the profes-1
sional acts provided by the At-
lantis.
Miss Roslyn Elbaum is in
charge of correspondence; Miss
Florence Hildebrandt, arrange-
ments: and Miss Trudi Lach, pub-
licity.
Tickets for SI may be pur-
chased from any member of the
sponsoring organization or at the
door the night of the dance.
Spiegelman, Yateman In
David Bar Mitzvahs
Max Spiegelman, son of Mr.
i Mis. Natr.an H. Spiegelman
of 375 S.W. 20th Rd. was Bar
Mitzvah last Saturday in Beth
Di.vid synagogue followed by a
recepiioii lor l.iends and mem-
bers of the congregation. Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiated.
Sidney H. Yateman, son of Mrs
Jeanette Yateman of 945 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach, was Bar
Mitzvah Thursday morning at 8
a.m. in Beth David. Officiating
at the ceremony were Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mumches. A reception followed.
Dorffs Are Hosts
A farewell party was given last
week in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Kaufman of Pittsburgh
by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff of
850 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
The 30 gutsts assembled heard
musical selections by Mrs. Kauf-
man as well as a choir renditions
lead bv the host.
Mrs. Stepkin Hostess
To Pioneer Women
Mrs. Mary Stepkin was hostess
to a luncheon for the Pioneer
Women. Club No. 1. June 3. at
her home, 960 Jefferson Ave..
Miami Beach. She was assisted
by Mrs. Leon Elkins.
More than 40 women heard
Miss Sonia Gerber deliver sev-
eral of her original poems. Mrs.
Mania Shubow also read a com-
n by Sholem Aleichem on
Shevuoth.
A substantial sum was raised
by Mrs. M. Yunes and Mrs. Is-
rael Frederick for the Pioneer
Emergency Fund.
Farband Shevuoth Party
A shevuoth festival is being
sponsored jointly by the Bialick
and Ben Gurion biant'.cs of Hie
Jewish National Workers Alliance
for Saturday, June 19. at the Mi-
ami Beach YMHA. The public is
invited to the affair which be-
gins at 8:30 p.m._______^^^
Mrs. Harold Moss
Moss' Honeymooning
At Miami Beach
Now honeymooning in Mian-,;
Beach are the former Miss Suz-
anne Iva Hamburger and Harold
Norman Moss who exchanged
vows last Saturday in the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Hamburger in Detroit.
Mich. Mr. Moss is the son oi M;
and Mrs. Erving A. Moss. 3725
Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Charles F. Colman was
matron of honor for her sister,
while a cousin, Miss Sola Jane
Hamburger, was junior brides-
maid.
Robert Sheldon Hamburg:
served as best man and Harvi y
Joel Hamburger and Charles F.
Colman, ushers.
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1948
+JmMhihrAMui
PAGE NINE
Hadassoh Group
I Seeks New Linen
vid Professional Wom-
^Sion of Hadassah. Ml-
hSS Chapter, will hold its
I*" meeting on Monday night.
i*xt J.itthe Miami Beach Y.
EffyBoad, Miss LUli* Good-
' nrcsidinR-
'ne Wi* their pro,ects di-
I J'lo aid the embattled state
'jjC 1 the group will launch
-, /drive for a collection of
ftSS to be shipped to the
.i hand first-aid stations in
gf All members and friends;
rked to attend this meeting
5h their contribution*, and con -
Sutions of linen from members
., the community.
roller plans arc to be made
L tfc. meeting for the dar.ee and
ltes, to be held by the group
&te Plaza hotel June 19.
Guested the evening will be
rantor Jacob Y. Goldrmg of the
rami Beach Jewish Community
ftE,and Mr, Dorothy Fink
rf the Speakers Bureau of the
liied Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Fink
S have as her theme "The
Current Strife in Israel and the
Cause of the Jewish People.
Members of the organization
nil also hear selections by the
nevfy organized Choral Group
order the direction of Mrs.
Beatrice Karg Their program is
called "SonRs of Our People."
All members and those wishing
to join, are urged to attend.
Habonim Plans
BoatridV To Aid
Xeodv loath
In an effort to aid Jewish
youth less fortunate than them-
kJtcs, the Habonim group of Mi-
ami arc sponsoring a boatride.
June 14. proceeds of which are
It provide sc olarships for needy
boys and girls to Camp Mosh in
Annapolis. Md.
According to Jerry Schulman.
in charge ol publicity, the local
rout'-. Zionist members have been
ng f( r weeks in prepara-
tion for the affair.
Under the chairmanship of Miss
Yvettc Margulies arrangements
have beer, made for entertain-
ment, including Palestinian folk
songs and dances, as well as
nusic for dancing and refresh-
ments. Leaving Pier 6 at 8:15 p.m.
Monday evening, the Seminole
Queen II will tour Biscayne Bay
before its return. Tickets for $1
plus tax may be purchased at
the pier.
Established locally for almost
lour years, the Habonim includes
young men and women between
the ages of 18 and 22, and meets
every Sunday in Beth David syna-
gogue.
Max Romberg
Max Romberg
Appears Here
Max Romberg, well-known
Jewish actor of New York, and
company will appear in Sholom
Aleichem's comedy "Der Yidd
Fun Kaarilweke" on Sunday eve-
ning, 8:30 p.m., at the Workmen's
Circle auditorium, 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Romberg, who made his first
appearance in New York in 1916.
has made many coast-to-coast and
continental stage tours and has
received acclaim on the au- _
thenticity of his Jewish character',
delineations, which he presents
in full costume and make-up. '
Thf* program w'lll include other
selections from Sholom Aleichem.
David Pinski, Osip Dimow and'
others. A musical program of j
Jewish folk songs will also be;
given.
Tickets will be on sale at the
door the night of the perform-
ance.
Sholom Temple
"onfirmands
Present Cantata
Confirmation class of Temple
Beth Sholom will present a can-
tata Sunday on the theme "What
Is Judaism?"' written by Rabbi
Leon Kronlsh. Musical portions
have been prepared by Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Certificates of confirmation will
be presented by President Sam
Lachman to Mae Dorfman, Gary
Gerson, Herman Greenglass, Fern
Hoffman. Laurence Mamlet, Ron-
ald Seiden, Marilyn Fishman,
Le ter Green, Vicki Ellen Ger-
man, Judith L. Krensky, Daniel
Miller and Barton Udell.
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of
the school roard, will announce
confirmands and Mrs. Louis
J. Krensky, president of the
Sisterhood, will present each with
an inscribed white Bible.
Parents ol the gi actuate: are to
hold a reception for th< congrega-
tion immediately after the service
and to be hosts to the confirm-
ands and their friends t:.at eve-
ning at a dance in the patio. Mrs.
Alfred A. Mamlet and Mrs. Jack
Udell are in charge of the dance
Minting Features
'King Cotton'
Miss Christine Ray, colorologist,
and editor of the Miami Visitor
Guest Book magazine will speak
on "Color in Your Life" at a
membership cotton party spon-
sored by the Emma Lazarus chap-
ter, Business and Professional
Women of B'nai B'rith, Thurs-
day, 9 p.m., at the Hyde Park
hotel, Miami Beach.
Theme of the evening's festivi-
ties will be "King Cotton," ac-
cording to Miss Dorothy Rader.
chairman, and informal dress will
be worn. Program features will
include a cotton spool hunt, cotton
thread games and community-
singing led by Miss Rader.
Miss Ray will endeavor to
"psycho-analyze in color" five
members of the group.
Serving with Miss Rader on
1 e program and arrangements
committee are the Misses Bea
Kalstein, Tina Fisher. Vivian
Sliiffi r, Lynn Warner and Lillian
Eisman.
Binder Guest Speaker
Guest speaker at the regular
monthly meeting of the Miami
Association of Life Underwriters
yesterday in the McAllister hotel
was Herman A. Binder, veteran
insurance underwriter and life
member of the Million Dollar
Round Table.
Sr/f 3-0869
Temple Men's Club
Temple Israel men's club will
tgurate a sine- of summer
name nights Wednesday night in
the temple. Henry Hirsch is chair-
ylman of the committee in charge
of arrangements.
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As part of their reforestation
of Palestine plan, Miami group I
of Hadassah is campaigning for i
the purchase of trees in the Holy;
Land for Father's day.
Anyone desiring to honor their
father by planting a tree in Is-;
rael is advised to contact Mrs. j
Victor Mell at 48-2837. Certificates j
will be sent to the recipients, i
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Schedules Splash Party
A cabar.a and splash party was
Panned fur June 29 at the Robert
Richter hotel bv the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom at a
brunch meeting held in the home
ol Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich last
week
Mrs, Bessie Nelson, Mrs. Sid-
ney Weinstock and Mrs. Joseph
wo are in charge of arrange-
ments, Reservations and informc-
tion are directed to the Temple
office, 5-6810.
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-JAGE TEN
rJenisti fhriciian
_. PBIDAY, 1UME 11
Recently installed officers of the Miami Beach Chapter. American Jewish Congress, are shown
at their installation luncheon held last month. President Mrs. Leonard Glickman. is seated in the
center. Others are (standing left to right) Mrs. Harold Turk, guest; Mrs. Martha Maurer. correspond-
ing sec: Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum. financial sec; Mrs. Clarence Cohn, outgoing president; Mrs.
Saul Broida, Mrs. John Soifer, rice presidents; Mrs. Frederick Grossberg, recording sec; Mrs. Wil-
liam Loeb, vice president; Mrs. Irwin Teplis. corresponding sec. (Seated) Mrs. Irving Swift, sec;
Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Florida Women's Division; Mrs. Glickman, Mrs. Alexander
Kogan and Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, vice presidents. Not shown in picture is Mrs. Harry Koretsky,
auditor.
Friendship Train To Israel Planned By
New York Committee, To Tour Country
An American Friendship Train
to Israel will shortly tour the
nation to collect food and sup-
plies for the embattled people
of Israel, is sponsored by the
Friendship Train Committee's
with temporary headquarters in
New Y rk. Hon. William O'Dwy-
er, mayor of the City of New
V rk and Hon. Sol. Bloom, repre-
sentative from New York, head
the committee.
Am I participating on
the committee at the present time
Louis Lipsky. chairman of
the executive committee of Amer-
tl Jewish Conference D Beryl
Manischewitz, William F. Tar-
years of struggle for independ-
ence. Israel today represents more
than merely a refuge for the
physically and spiritually dis-
placed Jews of Europe. It re-
presents a moral force in the
world that must not be allowed
to flounder through apathy or in-
action on our part.
"Prompt aid and substantial
aid can help ease this burden.
The American Friendship Train
to Israel will provide that aid
as a gesture of friendship and
recognition from one-liberty-1 iv-
ing nation to another. I call upon
every American to give gener-
ously of vitally needed supplies
Allen Luncheon Guest
Judge Wayne Allen' of the Dade
County Court of Crimes will ad-
dress the members of the Sholerr.
Lodge. B'nai B'rith at their week-
ly luncheon meeting, Friday, 12:lf
p.m., June 11 in the Downtown
Club, Seybold Arcade.
: -v. Harry Hershfield, Mrs. Israel 'hen the, American Friendship
i Train to Israel reaches his city
i or town."
in, Philip R. Phillips,
Rubinson and Herman
ieb.
"At :'r.:s crucial moment in the
of our times, when a
e for democracy
: -i :n a fight four sur-
vival, every American should
* i :ts suppDrt with matei
evidence of friendship and aid,"
F.> p. Bloom declared. "There is j
historic parallel to our own
i :. !y history in Israel's struggle
itself as the spearhead
of '.eedom and progress in the
East. Like our own great
!.c in its early years of
__.'. to assert itself as the
bp'.aihead of freedom and pro-
in the Middle East. Like our
own great republic in its early
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948
-Uni%t lh,Hl,r
PAGE ELEVEN
Dr. Andron Repl

Bv DR. DAVID S. ANDRON
Dr. Andron, communal lead-
er and president of the Hebrew
Academy, replies to Harry
Simonholf. Jewish Flondian
columnist.
nature of an institution, or to
realize its genuinely progressive
character ar.d deep-rooted Amer-
icanism without having been
there in the first place. It is
therefore, not surprising that
I have read with^ interest the there are persons in whose minds
there lurk some preconceived no-
column by Harry Simonhoff in
t<-e issue of Friday, June 4, about
the Hebrew Academy. I appreci-
ate his kind personal reference
to my effort and activity on be-
half of the academy, and sincere-
lv welcome his request for en-
lightenment and clarification
;,; out the various issues which
he has raised.
At the outset may I say. that
his allusion to "Dr. Andron's He-
Academy" is neither valid
nor accurate. The
Hebrew Aca-
demy is, a com-
munally sponsor-

ies
aim. our courses should exempli-
rv this furdamental difertnee;
they should be fundamentally
Catholic. Our Holy Father, Pius
XL has set the goal for us: 'In
order that a school may accord
with the rights of the church and
of the Christian family and be a
lit place for Catholic students, it
- ,_ is necessary that all the ti aching
i'.'" h^rrhCr^m",rrW,th \nd thC wholc organisation '
the basic philosophy of aca- the school and its teachers svlla-
dnies in general, or with the bus. and textbooks in" every
branch, be regulated by the Chris-
tian spirit under the direction and
> aternal supervision of the
church; so that religion may be
in very truth the foundation and
crown of the youth's entire train-
ing"."
tions about what the Hebrew
Academy really is. To these peo-
actual reality of our own local
institution, there has arisen an
imaginary composite of illusions
nd rumors and fears which, to
say the least, have no basis what-
soever in fact. Contrary to Mr.
Simonhoff's confused impre
(I say this only by his own ad-
mission), The Hebrew Academy-
is not a parochial school; the
public school is not the sole "bul-
od non profit i wark of American Democracy;"
educational in- the academy does not "segregate
our children from the stream o!
American life"; and finally and
affirmatively, the academy con-
stitutes one of the finest expres-
sions and instrumentalities for
the advancement of true Ameri-
can education and democracy.
Academy Not Parochial School
The characterization of an aca-
demy as a parochial school is
stitution, found-
ed by a group of
leaders in our
city and not the
peculiar posses-
sion or concern
Dr. Andron of any one indi-
vidual. I am happy to occupy the
office of president, which, as Mr.
Simonhoff has indicated is with-
out any financial reward" what-
soever, and again to contribute as
of my experience, back-
ground, funds and any ability
tl ,t I may possess to the pro-
gress of a school, the importance
ol 'Inch our community is just
Ming to genuinely appre-
and understand.
To those parents and leaders of
t e community who have visited
i e academy and have become ac-
quainted with the modern ap-
h and program of this
ol, no description or analysis
is required to prove the merit or
superiority of its educatior.eil
form and pattern. I believe that
even in Mr. Simonhoff's article.
have created two illusions: first,
thai if the academy is a parochial
KCPOol it is therefore identical
with the Catholic parochial school;
and second, that if this be so,
then the religious nature of the
institution permeates the entire
secular training and American
spirit which we all cherish so
highly. Dr. Trude Weiss-Ros-
marin. noted educator and au-
thor, in discussing this very sub-
ject in the May 28, 1948 issue of
t^e Congress Weekly, states: "In
point of fact, however, there is
no similarity between the Catholic-
there is implicit an admission '.parochial schools and Jewish day
I the cultural achievement of | schools. "Parochial meal* con-
fined or restricted to a parish.
definitely in error and without text books are our text book:,
foundation. By applying the use their syllabus is our syllabus. Our
of this term to academies, people teachers are all licensed bv the
all a broad and fundamentally
democratic tradition of the Amer-
ican spirit. It is perfectly obvious,
therefore, that the parochial
quality is alien and foreign to
the entire idea, philosophy and
con 'net of the Hebrew Academy
Supplementary to the rich ane.
progressive American education
available at the academy, this in-
stitution offers also a supi riot
and comprehensive Hebrew train-
ing which consists of studies in
Hebrew language, Hebrew litera
'.ure, past and contemporary Jew-
ish history, Hebrew music and
art, laws and customs of the Jew-
ish laith, Bible and Talmud. It is
a basic educational program wit!
"mphasis on the cultural, his-
toric, as well as the moral, and
spiritual heritage of the Jewisl
people. The cuiriculum is essen-
.ir.lly a broad and liberal one.
The students who attend the aca-
'emy come from some of the
ine aim of the Hebrew Aca- most representative American
iomy in the educational pro- Jewish homes in the communitv,
gram, however, is altogether dis- hories that are conservative as
similar. It is "not confined or re-'
stricted" or related to any syna-
gogue, temple or religious insti-
tution. The secular curriculum
of the Hebrew Academy, aside
from the fact that it offers a more I
; bundant secular program and
presents a more progressive ap-1
proach toward modern educa-
tion, follows the prescribed re-
quirements of the County and
State Boards of Education.' Their
well as orthodox, reform as well
as liberal, and yet others with no
leligious affiliation at all. The
(Continued on Page 14)
Aim of the Academy
MINK PtfNTf OF
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Board of Public Instruction of
the State of Florida, and are not
nee ssarily of the Jewish faith.
Finally, the secular branch of t(
academy education is not regu-
lated or circumscribed by any'
special text books authored by
leligious educators or approved
by any authoritative religious
body. In brief, the academy pre-
sents to its students a full ric
and inclusive elementary school
education, comprising the basic
stuoies of every subject offered
,n the public school, plus music
and music appreciation, manual
and expressional arts, ar.d above
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Nursery. Pre-School Through 12th Grade
MORNING AND AFTERNOON SESSIONS
Academic. Coounercial, Music, Art, Dramatics
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Large stock of monu-
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tl e academy is beyond question.
If there should be any doubt about
the actual results attained how-
r, may I say unequivocally
that there is virtual unanimity
among educators, local as well as
national, Rabbis, community
leaders and parents in their utter
izement at the almost unpre-
ented progress that has been
ieved during these first nine
months of academy existence.
re are, however, individuals,
like Mr. Simonhoff, who have
not ever had the occasion or op-
tunity of observing the He-
w Academy in session. After
all. it is difficult to view, ap-
preciate or even understand the
This is precisely what the Cathol-
ic parochial schools are and aim
to be. For, in addition to giving
their students a thorough Cath-
olic religious education, they also
insist on molding the secular cur-
riculum in accordance with
Catholic teachings."
The function of the par.
SChool is even more precisely de-
scribed in a symposium entitled
Essays on Catholic Education in
tl United States," published by
the Catholic University of Am. r-
ica (1942), in which it is stated:
Since our aim in Catholic ele-
mentary education is fundament-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1949
(z^a Gradyd?3on
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Miami Bench Jewish Cen-
ter will !l >ld i's eii''-' Annual
Coifirmation Fxerc-es on Sun
p-orninK. June 13. nt 9 o'clock
bbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
' of the congregation will
deliver the charge to the con-
firmands. Members of the Con-
ati n Class who have com-
plete '. their stipulated course n'
study and will participate in the
service of religious consecration
on Shevuoth morning include:
Sui I Ighter "f Mrs. Hollo Ulilt;
A' : la ighter <'f Mr. and Mra
A- Briok; Suzanne Joy, daughter
of M i Mra Irving Herts; Diane
Students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sunday and He-
brew classes who will receive scholarship Awards.
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For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER
butcher shops and poultry markets
under the active supervision of the
Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
or for any other Kashruth information
Write its executive director. Rabbi M. Mescheloff
311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA
ightei of Mr and Mrs. Prank
ighter of Mr. anil
' ravi hli k. Pearl Cooklo,
1 Mrs. Ben Perlln;
'. I.llynn da ightei ( Mi and Mi -
Sehulman: Bernard, snn ni Mrs. I.- i Skolnlck; Mareia
Mi of Mrs ai i '..t i st.it -
Ira! Hilda ilighter "f Mr
Tanenbnum; Barbar i
K la ghti r of Mra, Claire
'/ Ju Ann, d mghti r of Mr and
Kamena
On Monday morning. June 14
graduation exercises of the He-
brew school of the Center will bo
".eld at the regular Shevuoth
Receiving their diplorr.af
be:
sun of Mi and Mr*
Melvyn Joel. "n of
Kutu Jerr; .
I Mn N.i-!-. in KlonMcy,
of Mi mi'l Mrs
M Arnold Irwln, son
:. ri hman
r Jacol Y. Goldring will
at all services, assisted by
O nter Choir, under the di-
n of Joseph Schreibman.
la ship awards at the ex-
awarded to:
SUNDAY SCHOOL
B Trine Lust, Eileen
I --.'. ( Woll, Harriet New
-.
'.,-. -. D maid Klein

Ml '.er. Robert
- Rita Klonelcy, Marilyn K.i::
n
I Turoff. Sandra
!: Ann Kovi
Martin Nash, Judith
B .
S-KFranclnelea Hand. Ftina-
lyn Berman, I'hllip Halpern,
rirade 5-HSandra Levy, Fern
gold, Donald Kaplan.
tirade s-CJacqueline Schiller,
I Lehrman, Herbert Kaplan.
11 .i le 8-D -Carole Newman^ Bar-
bara r>e Jover.
Grade "Clifford Pried. Joseph
Glnsb< i |
0 ill- 7-B -Martha Becker. Joan
Flirman, Janice Klein. Beverly Hader.
Edna May Irvine
i'.: art.- 'Richard Jahlon. Marvin
Marlene Bertman. Jerry
Klonaky
ConfirmationMareia Kpltxer, Iaa-
bel Tanenkvim, Sue Blitt
HIGH SCHOOL FOR JEWISH
STUDIES
flloi I Oi dman, S.lma Kaufman.
.t,,an >>herot1. Ina Rattet. Doris
B bll Knsenbaum.
HEBREW SCHOOL
n i!c i-AlSanford Levy.
le 1-Al'Matthew Wilson. Alan
;' rei v'.' n. Larry Lipchlnsky
Grade 11:1 Beverly Hader, Carl
-man. Larry' Klaael.
le l-RAllan Lewis.
Pictured above is the con-
firmation class of the Center.
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2-A1Robert Vogel,
Miakln,
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Grade :-ERita Klonaky,
:. y. Michael Hutter.
Grade 3Herbert Kajilan.
Nash.
Grade tHoward Katzen
Uradt 'Marvin Gerber.
Stuart
Edwin
Melvln
s mdra
Martin
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REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION
Announces
Opening Services of
Dedication and Installation of
RABBI DAVID RAAB
By Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
on Friday Evening, June 11th at 8:15 P.M.
at
4925 Coital A vs.. Miami Beach
The- public is cordially Invited
Specials at every day prices.
Gardenias, 25 cents; Carnations
SI.00 per dozen: Floral Arrange-
ments from S2.00 to $5.00: Wed-
ding Bouquets from S5.00 and up:
Corsages from $.75 and up. Fresh
flowers at all times.
"Hymie Sez" Au revoir.
"I am on rry way to South
America to contact orchid grow-
ers for a steady supply of their
choicest blooms to sell from S2.00
and up."
Special on Dish Gardens this
week. Grown to sell at $5.00.
"Hymie Sez" take them away at
a deuce.
Don't forget we are corsage
specialists for Weddings, En-j f
gagement parties. Confirmations,
and as a special treat for the
"little woman."
Hymie on his return trip will
contact growers of top quality
Roses and other blooms for his
many lovers of choice cut and
Potted Plants. Frier.ds of Hymie
can be assured that his trip will
be successful and they will bene
fit from his knowledge of the
florist business. Hymie will re-
turn with something rare and
beautiful for lovers of Tropical
Blooms.
ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF
Mendelsohn'}
STRICTLY
KOSHER
Restaurant
FRIDAY. JUNE 18th, AT 4 P.M.
1301 Collina Ave., Miami Beach
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GIVE DAD THE
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Hymie is leaving his businesr
in the very capable hands of his
efficient staff, ar.d a visit to the
LITTLE TIGERS FLOWER
SHOP" on Miami Beach at 1438
Drexel Ave. will be a treat long
to be remembered. Open eve
nir.gs and Sundays for your con-
venience.
Adv.
Genuine Forstmcmn Silk Gabardine
SlacksValues to $40.00.................
Silk Gabard'ne Suits
Values to S125.00..............................
Tropical Slacks
Actual Values to S16.50.........
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PRIDAYJUNEH,
1948
*Je*M>fhrMter
Rabbi Zwitman
Mth<- birthday party of the
ipwish Social Service Bureau
S May 30, Rabbr Colman A.
5ltman was awarded a certific-
ip of merit for obtaining 100
!.r -embers for the bureau. In
acccptinK the honor Rabbi Zwit-
' n plcdKed himself to obtain
additional 100 members this
Brenner Meyers,
an
v( T.
Mrs Anna
honorary president and chairman
nf the membership campaign, an-
nounced that she would contact
the various other congregations
in Greater Miami ami urge them
to nrikr similar appeals during
th shevuoth holidays for aid to
the -Jewish family agency."
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth Dayid, 135
Rabbi Max
N.W. Third ave.
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamche*.
Service* Frldaj evening at 1:45 p >.
Sabbath services at B SO g n Bat
Sunday,
.Max l-'.-lflm.i n,
Bltavah ol Edward, ion ol Mr and
Mrs Jack Gordon, and Arthur, rod
of Mr, and Mrs. Abraham Greenfield
Bhevuoth iii be ushered in Saturday
evening al .-unset Service* Sunday
Monday morning al :3o ., m
Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
become Kai M1U-
van. > ixkor memorial aerv m
day al 10:30 a m. Myron, sen ,,f .Mr
and Mrs. Main Kahn, will become
Mltxvali Rabbi Shapiro's central
both day* will be I
lis Sagea Summei b< -
ibrew School will begin
a.m. StudentR are to
office,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HRRRBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, dealring to engage in
,,,!"'-s ',.",l"r 'h" fictitious name of
Modem Pph
anil
Blacayne
Miami, Florida, Intends
with the rierk
cult Court of Hade Count'
'. 28
MAX DROSSIN
Role Own. p
6/4-ll-18.}5
I nratora
Boulevard,
' i reglRter
nf the dr.
Florlda,
Flagler-Granada Center
Plans Talent Show
To climax their current mem
bership drive the Flagler-Gran-
ada Jewish Community Centc
have planned a social evert ir
rm of a "home talent show'
to be given June 17 at 8:30 p.m
in the Coral Gables Women';
club.
Prospective members are in
to attend the social. Re
ments will be served.
!' group is arranging an af
fair to be held in conjunctioi
with the YM & WHA, all pro
cceds Ol which will be given tr
the Haganah. Committee ir
charge consists of Mrs. Samue!
Kirshner, chairman, and Mrs.
Herman Marks, Mrs. Rose Isaac-
son, Mrs. Ruth Shenberg, Mr.
Ten: y and Mr. and Mrs. James
Segal.
Plans are under way for the
lishment of an account at
the Blood Bank at Jackson Mem-
orial hospital for the benefit
club members.
Bar
theme f
Soldiers Ar
along for II
Tuesday al '.
register In th
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
. B*l Saturday morning Rervlce at
1 ibl.l 1 ..in mini w 111 i i. .,, n
NOTICE UNDER FICTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderalgned d.-sirlnp t.. engage In
bURinera under the fictitious name of
Maid U Langfnrd
Building. Miami. Fla Intend to reg--
v th the Clerk nf the
lit C mi i.f Pade <:,,., Ploiid,,
HERMAN KAO '\
MARTIN W VOGEL
Bl'RNBTT l!"T)(
Attorni for Florida Maid I,ingerle
' '' >" 7 it
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tr, engage In
business under the flctltloui name of
People's Meat Supply at 2:123 N. E.
Miami Court, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARVEY ERSHOWSKY
ARTHUR SCHAAP
Part hits
Wclnstein, Welnslein, Weinsteln
Mtorneys for Applicants
120 I,lnc.,ln Road
Miami Beach, Fia.
5/88 6'4-U-18-25
\ eeklj Portion of i he l .a
ah of Melvyn Joel, son <
Irs Han i K itn
teturda} nlghl .it 6:3(1 p.
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tint
I the in leralgned, desiring to eneaee in
N -titious name of
.. ;i | DIXIE GROCERY at 220 Bouth Dixie
,,,, ,1,, Highway, Coral Gables, Florida. In-
Bui Mlts- |tnda
>f Mr and
. [ceii
S indai
Ol
$25 For Hebrew Legion
At a gathering in the home of
Edward Talmoich, 719 N.W. 13th
Ave Mrs. Charles Belanoff col-
lected a total of $25 for the rally
in the Floridian hotel. May 30, ol
the Hebrew Legion for a Free
Palestine.
Hyman Kormoroff was ap-
pointed treasurer for the group t<
deliver the money to the officials
of the rally. Those contributing
included Mr. and Mrs. Belanofl
Ich, Mr. and Mrs. Komor-
off. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Brynea
nf Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
an, Mrs. Sadie Sian and
M Charlotte Farber.
B'nai B'rith Dance
Features Water Show
A gigantic water show will
headline the program of enter
tainment at the second annua'
lance sponsored by Cora'
Gables B'nai B'rith Sunday. June
20, 8.30 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza
hotel.
irding to preliminary an-
nouncements by co-chairmen
Ji I'oncher and Jerry Sanders
. and ballet swimming ex-
is will be given by pro-
k iionals and dancing will con-
tinue through the evening to the
music of the Ritza-Plaza orchest-
n Swim cabanas and towels will
be furnished free of charge.
Members of B'nai B'rith ar.d
thtir : nends are invited. Tickets
at SI 25 per person, tax included
be secured from Jerry
S rs. 48-3488 or Jerry Pon-
cher, 48-2249.
nornlng :ii B a m, firal da of She-
uoth and confirmation tcrclses.
londay at 9 a.m Hebrew hool grad-
lation exercises, Ylskor memorial
ervice at 10:30 a.m. Cantor lloldring
ill chant the service aaaiated by the
.holr Junior congregation Saturday,
Sunday aid Monday al 10 a.m He-
in w religious school 9:30 to IS 10 p m
Jewish Community Center,
2OC0 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at B is,
tabbl Kaufman will address the con-
regatlon, Saturday services at 1"
.in. Bhevuoth services Sunday.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 6 p.m. In
the hoard r.....n ..f the Temple. Bab-
bath service al 10 13 .i m, Bar Mitxvah
if Barry Dick and Allen Levey.
shevuoth evening service Saturday at
H p.m. Confirmation service Bhevuoth
nornlng Sunday at 10 a.in Ylskor
memoi lal Ber\ Ice at 9:45 a.m.
REFORM
Templo Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Dedication service and Installation
,1 Rabbi Raab by Dr Jacob 11 Kaplan
\iii.v evening al 8:13 p.m Rabbi
taab will preach on the BUbject "Tern-
ilv Isaiah: Milestone in Community
Progress." Sunda) morning Bhevuoth
intl memorial services 10:30 a.m Rab-
i will speak on the subject "On the
.Vines of the Torn)]."
Temple Israel- 137 NX. 19lh t.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmanj Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve Rei vlcea at 8:13 p m
lal.hi Zwltman will preach on
he Desi 11 Saturday evening
'Irmation servl al 1 30 p.m,
ng Shevuoth memorial
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services al -
Speaker to be announced Shevuoth
tervlces Sundm
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301 -
311 Washinglon ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloft:
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
l-'i ida' evening servl I 6:1 sal-
irdaj moinlng service I
,t .', |fi Rabbi Me* heloff ill s|ieak
, the Portion ol the Week Shevuoth
s.-rvir.-s Sunday anil Monda> at :
, and '" Rabbi will preach
morning "ii "Torah and the
f Ii
and
to reglRter said nmp with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SAM FRIEDMAN
WA.SMAN, BILVKIt & SAKdWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
5 :i L'l-L's B/l-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVBN that
t'i" undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietltlous name of
\i B Cole, Rales Promotions at ins
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. In-
tends to register snld name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Al, H COHEN
Sole Owner
MARRY DIETZ
Vttomey for Applicant
1705 Congress Ruiiding
"i/M 6'1-ll-lS-25
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN" Till: CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
PIjORIDA, IN AND TOR DADK
f?OUNTT, IN CHANCERY, No
117487
LENA OARRITT, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES II OARRITT, Defendant
YOU, JAMES H. OARRITT, 405
Voith Geddes Street, Syracuse, New
York, sre n I fled to file your Ap-
n the above cause for Di-
vorce, on or before July 3, 194ft,
or a dwTee pro confesso Will he
pntei ed against you.
DATED: June 3, 194S
E I! WEATHERMAN, Oerk.
II Court Seal)
By M. c. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
Wasman, Silver and Sakowits
Attorneys for IMantiff
Suit.- 919 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
.-. I-U-18-25 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Slater and Brother Togs at is N, E.
1st Str.-.-t, Miami, Florida, Intend t"
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON' MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5 38 fi'4-11-11-25
"In
con-
Bunda)
urvlce
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COITtT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F<>R DADE COUNTY. FI> iRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 1172fi
M\RY JAM-: SCiiFIEI.D. Plaintiff.
vs VINCENT V. SCOFIBLD. De-
fendant.
TO VINCENT V. BCOFIELD
Residenee unknown to the
plaintiff,
ir.. hereby notified to file your ap-
pearance In the above cause for
divorce on or before June V. l*s.
otherwise, a decree pro confesso will
he entered against you
Dated May 25, 1948 _____
K I! WEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
"1",'i, C""rtI!vaM c GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS, Attorney
la Hulldlng
5 a 8 1-11-18_____
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR P\DE COUNTY. FI/RIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 117?,2s.
HELEN COSTEI.I.O. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES \V COSTELLO, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JAMES W. COSTEI,IXJ
211 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
'" appear to tho Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
2< day of June, 1918: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed agalnsl V"'i
!,et this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper
published In Hide County. Florida.
DATED this 27 day of May, 1HI8.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Ireult Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
All-Brlte Wet Wash Uumlrv at 6230
N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida. In-
tends to reglRter Raid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH PRESS
Solo Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
CongresR Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinr I
business under the fictitious nan
Ben View Hotel at 1141 Collins Ave .
Miami Beach. Fin., lnt'*id to register
Bald name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
JACK KAHN
SALLY KAHN
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
I 'ongress Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 117331
JULIA VON GERICHTEN, Plaintiff,
vs. HOWARD VON GERICHTEN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: HOWARD VON GERICHTEN
184 Bchaeffer Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified ami ordered
to appear to the Bin of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
26th day of June, 1948; otherwise the
lUegatlOna Of said Bill Of Complaint
in be taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks iu
the Jewish Floridian. a newspaper
published in Dade County. Florida.
DATED this 27th day of May. 1948.
i: 1! LEATHER.M \N.
(Circuit
Clerk of
Court S.al)
By F
Circuit Court.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami U, Florida
5/28 c/4-11-18
J. COULD.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
Ixm'es'l Li .iudes'. Plaintiff, vs
FRANCES MAGOIORE La JUDES,
Defendant
l-PHB STATE OF EI.OI'.II'A
To FRANCES MA4JOIORI
FRANCES
JUDES,
.-.;, i'atchen Ave.
Brooklyn 21, New York.
La
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
28 6'4-ll-18
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
fr^^e^byVotlfl^and ordered
,., ,,.....ar to the BUI Ol Complaint fol
Divorce filed against you In the above-
tlle
at
10
office
Monday : arid Monday
People of Israel
memorial service Monday
m. Religki 'la">'
l p m Reg stratlon at
public meeting
Tfilah. 935
Krld.iv ven ng ser\n ei
lay morning at
.\.-k\
Limit Mil"'
t 7 '
...rvicc .it Sfl a m
,n "our Treasure
u jo n "'
our Future
Miami Hebre*
A. J KAPLAN
II ir for PI'""""
ongress Building
og 6 I-11-"
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Everglades Club Meets
Next ngulur meeting of tho
EvergJadw Club will be held on
Tuesday, June 15, 8:30 p.m., at
the Workmen's Circle Lyceum.
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
A program highlighted by Lou
i. guest speaker, will
low the meeting.
fol
Sunday
[And
"Torah
Ylskor
' 0::io a
i m to
' i-'
S:3't p n
Congregation Beth
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovaky. ^ ^ _
Rabbi li-ick- y,:,',,.'('.: Florida
ha : > P-n Maarlj
Mundai morning sic
will i<
Monday morning
Bnbl i II "Peak "n
m.
School
Congregation. 1101 S-W.
ave. Rabbi Simon April
Va-
Evrata
Monday morning service-
Hebrew "' *'"
IM.
styled cause on or b
of lune IJI*: otherwise the allega-
.,; f Mid Bill <>f Complaint will
,.. taken as confessed aiMinst you,
'',;, .ii,, order be publlahed one*
, week for four conaeeutlv
the Jewish Floridian, ^
publlRhed in Dade Ownt& nrlda.
Clerk of Circuit Court
circuit Court Seal)
By M
fore the 2* day
Weeks In
new spaper
C GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
LEGAL
NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
oOTK'K IS HEREBY OIVBN that
leralgned, dealring to encase In
under the fictitious name of
Weal out Kate Liquor store
N \V 7th Stieet. Miami.
Intends to register said name
'ii the Clark of the Circuit Court
ol Dade County. Florida
SAMfici. BTERN
.,., Boto Owner
' 11-18 27. 7/2-9
at
indas
:< a in
I'nlted I
,- Hi p in
' i", a m
Will speak
':!'.
12th
-, n
Rabl I
"A
at
'
Rabbi
> at
3:15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party
Makers) at the City of Miami. Hide
County, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
I1EK.NARD P. SAPPER
MARK BILVERSTBTN
Attorney for Bernard P. Saffer
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
j Ji-2b t/4-ll-ll ______ ____
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DALE
COUNTY. l-N" CHANCERY, -No.
117160.
FRANCES KBSTEL, Plaintiff, va.
HAROLD JollN KESTBL, Defend-
To: HAROLD JuilN KESTEL 60
Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, New
York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
thu 18th day of June, 1918.
Hated this 2th dav of May. 1948.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sent)
By P- J. COULD,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J- RAND, Attorney
,iv7 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
f'81-28 6/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRiTIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Foil DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 117147.
LILLIAN LEE, Plaintiff, vs. FONG
KIM LEE, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: FONG KIM LEE,
24 Mulberry Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to uppear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
21st day of June. 1948; otherwise the
allegation! of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Let thle Order be published once a
week for four consecutive, weeks In
the Jewish Floridian. a newepaper
published in Dade County, Florida.
DATED this 19 day of May. 1!M.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
HARRY DIETZ
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
5/21-28 6/4-11
C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
lit
FOR
IN I
Orthodox
Con-
ava.
to !.' P-m.
Miami Jewish
greqation. 590 S.W. 17th
Rabbi Murray Grauer. % .
Fr'dav ":,"',"- nV.bbl Grauei wl'l
*< ", V,i ... .f "he >
,,,,.. oraue. IH
Mini ha
l"v^:';^,H;
M'KHV, No U7S30,
...., ROND sometimes known as
''" ii. ,'viilFTTV Plaintiff, vs.
''"A ,K- ,..,'t 1 ND sometimes
JU^VL'-IiARGAnKT BONDIET-
t\ Defendant____-r.
fei SerebTSotlfled andordared
1 the BUI of Complaint
,.." e,0rtle3 gjalnat >.ou In the
U |e l
. of June,
ilions "f
"'"'''.n.rWrucr'
the
Let
al
. ,, th. <"<
Saturda)
u nda> morning at
n "X,,,;,!, I
morning al > ";
What Israel
ieak on
Shi '. loth
t 7 P". '
rubbi i" ;
,-.,,. Mond i)
hi wlll_"P*?..0T|,|,oVro*einorial erv-
n'ng
;i a m
nd ls-
lt.it'-
Shall
nuse on or before
... otherwise th.
id BUI of Complaint
onfeaaed against you,
, he publlRhed once
Sfffef^r^
DATED this -. 'j..ATnKItM\N
Cl,.k of Circuit Court.
Court SmI)
By WM. w
(Circuit
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Mover Eornet."
I,-, at 11 a.m.
6/4-11-18
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
rv TI'F. CtTtCUIT COfRT "F T'TP
PI EVENTH .llTient, ctRCfiT
in \vn for prr rni-VTY
FLORIDA. C* CHANCERY. No.
RRNBRT MALLINOER Plaintiff, vs
L\1RE MALLINOER. Def-m'ant.
TO- CT.MRE MALMNOER
ItOt'TE I BOX MS,
V VT ON \L CITY. CAI TFOPNIA
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED#to
f'le an Anoearnnce or Plead in the
r,|K.ve action for divorce on or before
I one 194: otherwise a decree pro
Infesso will he '"'^VmJv iqT
IlntMth,R^hday^Mav.f,94H.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
,rlrcul, Court tag) w. RPOCICTNCI.
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH
Mtornev for Plaintiff
I' Congress Building
Miami. Florida
it r../4-ll-lt
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S .'"I'l'T
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
In Be: ESTATE OF DAVID LEVINB,
also known as Dave Levine, De-
ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
1 estate of DAVID LEVINE iik., Dave
U-nnu deceased late of Dale County,
Florida, to tho Hon. W. F. I'.l.AN-
I TON, County Judge of Dade County.
and file thu same in his office hi the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first public itl. n
hereof, Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of
claimant and to be worn to
presented as alorcsald, or game
Lu barred. See Station 120 ol the
Probiiti Act.
Date May 14. A.D. 19 IS.
HERMAN LEVINE,
As Administrator of the Estate
D.W1D LEVINE, als.........
Dave Levine, Deceased.
DeCOSTAB, MAER fc FLOYD
607-8 Bis. a> ne Didg.
aiiaml, Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator.
0,21-28 6/4-11_________________
the
und
Will
1'jM
"under fictitious
SOT.CE JSyS&S? U.a
e'sh.-ned, desiring to engage In
order the flctltloUR. me
NOTICE
the under
huslne-s under in ,'""',".,' v M1.
3%rB4 SoSi sWcSK
Florida. MORTON- MOSES and
ANNH MOSES
RAM SILVER,
Attornev for Appllcanta
VS* 6/4-11-18-25
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOK DADE COl NTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
ARTHUR 8EMIGRAN. Plaintiff, vs.
ANNETTE SB.MIOKA.V I ..iiidant.
TO. ANNETTE SEMIORAN
RICHMOND HILL 1, NEW YORK
YOU ARE 11EKEHV KEQI lRh
to iile an Appearance or Plead in the
above acUon for divorce on or before
June 21. 19^: otherwise a decree pro
confesso will be entered anliiatypu.
Liatedthia^thda.^May.^.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for P.a-n Iff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
i,21-2H 6/1-11
II. RICE.
Deputy
JR.,
Clerk.
"




PAGE FOURTEEN
^JewlstiftcrMlar
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948
Dr. Andron Replies
Continued from Page 11)
Hebrew Academy is an educa-
tional institution concerned with
the cultural enrichment and erar-
octer developnn nt of the future
citizens of our community.
The Public School and the
Academy
Mr. Simorhoff has spoken of
the public school "as the bulwark
of American democracy." and
therefore, feels that there mav
not be a place for the academy
form of education in the Arr.er-
ican pattern of things. This i*
definitely a non-sequitur. We arc
firmly persuaded that the public
school systerr extant in this coun-
try is one of the supreme achieve-
ments of America. No one would
ti 'n or r'env this. To reason-
ably imintai". however, that the
school is the sole and ex-
r'us've educational citadel and
rk of Americanism is to
sud' > i a rather difficult thesis.
After all. there are many priv-
ate school scattered throughout
the land. There are secondary and
hirher se)-oo!= of learning which
,niv "< mav not ^e affiliated with
se<-aripn or communal groups
These are definitely not publk
Is, vet to assail them as se
ools would be I
imp iTn c< hools of unquestioi al h
ve character, which
have i iade an immeasurable con-
i 'ion to the educational stan-
('ards of this country. It is not th<
physical proximity of children
-i*tintt on the same school bench
thai for mutual under
standing: their minds and hearts
e miles apart: it is rathei
f o genuine understanding based
n knowledce and moral train
:"r-; thai n ally promotes good will
human svmnathv and the A ei
ian snirit. Public schools hav
t'-'Mr undoubted place in th<
can way of life. P
-'hoois. however, whether they
pre elementary school*, Hebre*
ries or collegi have thei'
ficant niche
:" the composite educational fa
brie "f our country-
"Sr-n-enation" Charqe Raseless
Frarklv it is our oninion t; '"
tho words "segregation" and
}-, -in walls" are emnloyed with-
, -,< d rd to their essentia'
meaning. Can anyone nossibh
claim as si lory or gl etl
, sc'-ool where its stu'h t
,. in constant and pervadine
, tad with their countrv an
|d; where they are elos<
t their radio, the movies, th'
comics the garni =. the sports an/
the evc-ts of their oo-vmuni'v
rot onlv durin? school hours, but
also during dailv afternoons and
.-n-d->v weekends, when they an
free to. and in fact do. mingle
with their friends and neighbors
all faiths and persuasions ir
. and ir discussion, but withal
- ,od with, a sense of stalwart
confidence which comes from
> ..vledce. understanding and
basic education.
We, too. are opposed to any
f .rm of nrovincialism. chauvin
j-m or anv rigid pattern of edu-
cnti-m. Our philosophy of cdu<-a
to-*, encompasses a broad, rich
i autiful and inclusive American
wav Of life. However, the group
ing of children or adults in any
educational institution temporar
ilv or periodically for the pur
of enriching, broadening anc
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expanding their cultural content
a"d their universal outlook is
defi-itdy not an evil but a virtue.
particularly when this reservoir
of strength can be and is em-
p'o\ ed t.-> contribute further to
fie great and resilient spirit and
giowlh of our country.
"Americanism and the Hebrew
Academy"
The founders of America never
nvisaged an attenuated and des-
' d wasteland in any of the
constituent minority groups which
together compose the United
States of America. Contrarily, the
encouragement and advancement
of multiple cultures is part of the
\ery essence of the democratic
way of life. Not onlv is this
wholly American, but precisely
America contemplates;the
integration and absorption of
many diverse cultures and ways
of life consistent with and con-
tributory to the spirit and tradi-
tion of our land. To ask any
: ople to surrender or nullify its
unique and distinctive cultural or
spiritual possession and heritage
on the altar of Americanism, is
o misinterpret the spirit of our
ountry and to rob it of the rich,
"ariegated and abundant civiliza-
ion which has become America.
The Hebrew Academy has no
-tention of supplanting the pub-
lic school system. The public
school caters to the great ma-
jority of the children of our coun-
try who find in its program of
study the answer to their search
for education. There are, how-
ever, in our American Jewish
community a vastly growing
lumber of individuals who find
i great and unexplored area of
'undamental and cultural values
ml truths which are left un-
ouche : In- the formal schools
public or private. It is here
at the acadi my emerges to pro-
ide its unique and abundant
"orm of education for those who
eek the integration of the
leritage of the Jewish people with
' e traditional American wav of
\chieverr.ent of Hebrew Academy
Over llo children have sought
ind obtained the educational
acilities and program of the He-
rew Academy from the time of
's inception on Sept. 8, 1947.
Turing this period, children with
ittle or no previous Hebrew ed-
ication have achieved amazing
esults. In the field of American
I'd secular education, boys and
'iris have found a personalized
nd progressive type of educa-
ion which has struck new re-
sponses and areas of thought in
he :i ind. the heart and the char-
icter of the child. It is certainly a
far cry from ghetto walls when a
school such as this, numbers
imong its related subjects, baton
'wirling. music appreciation, pub-
lic speaking, dramatics, news-
oaper writing and publication, as
vi 11 as studies in civic responsi-
bility. To really appraise the un-
isual standards of academy edu-
ction, one need only visit this
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school, right here in Miami Beach,
and observe and contrast the
broad and profound training of
academy children with that of
many other boys and girls whose
parents prefer to neglect or ignore
innumerable facets and aspects o'
modern education.
It is my firm conviction that
tue Hebrew Academy has con-
tributed, and will continue to
ontribute. much to the enrich-
ment of the cultural and sniritua1
life of our commu-itv. For it-=
nrogram is an intelligent one, its
curriculum a classic one. its ap-
proach a progressive one. its rd-
icational form a liberal and pro-
found one. Some people have
sought to confuse and complicate
t and to relate it to ideas and
notions truly alien to it. All these
irrelevant theories and imma-
'erial rotions evaporate in the
face of the incontrovertile reality
if an excellent school whose
achievement has been applauded
by virtually every educational
and spiritual leader in our com-
munity.
The Hebrew Academy is in
truth the answer to the perennial
quest of parents for the intellig-
ent education of their children
Neither American culture nor
Jewish tradition are museum
relics or pieces: they are dynamic
and constantly evolving ways of
life. To blend these various goals
into one significant educational
achievement is the fundamenta'
program of the Hebrew Aca-
demy.
ZOA Convention
Set For July 2
NEW YORKSome 2.000 deleg-
ates and alternates representing
Zionist districts in 44 states will
attend the 51st annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization
of America, which will be held
beginning Friday, July 2 through
Monday. July 5 at the William
Penn hotel in Pittsburgh, accord-
ing to an announcement by the
national ZOA headquarters here.
The first national Zionist gath-
ering since the establishment of
the republic of Israel, the coi>
vention will give a great deal of
attention to the adoption of a re-
Vised program of organizational
and cultural activities in the light
of the existence of the Jewish
state. This major aspect of the
new American Zionist approaci
will be treated at length in the
presidential message of Dr.
Bmanuel Neumann, to be pre-
sented at the official opening ses-
sion on Saturday night, July 3.
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Federation Council
Urges Israel Loan
Secretary of State George C.
Marshall was urged today to re-
o.uest a $50,000,000 appropriation
from Congress to enable the in-
ternational Refugee Organization
to speed the mass resettlement of
100,000 Displaced Persons to thi
new state of Israel. In a tele-
gram to Mr. Marshall. Stanley C.
Mvers, president of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds declared that such
action would further the national
interest and would he "an act
of humanity."
Mr. Myers' telegram was sent
after Harold Glasser. director of
the Council's Institute on Over-
seas Studies, reported to the
council that 100 DP camps and
installations in Western Germany
could be closed within a year if
the necessary funds were forth-
coming. Mr. Glasser returned last
week from a seven-week tour of
DP camps in Germany, Austria
and Italy.
Lauderdale Temple
Honors Joseph Keller
At the close of religious school
of Temple Emanu-El in Fort
Lauderdale the Sisterhood pre-
sented Joseph Keller with a blond
mahogany desk as a token of "his
untiring effort in promoting youth
activity and assisting in all Tem-
ple functions."
Long active in youth work,
Keller was also instrumental in
organizing the Young Judaea and
Masada groups in Providence
R. I.
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1948
CALLING -. All Blood Donors!
L Blood Bark of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our comma.
Uy... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
Loted. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank
requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood!
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
S 0 S CALLS
Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has
I achieved since its establishment in 1941 is. in a large measure,
due to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have
| contributed so liberally of their blood.
It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of
I the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and
relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood trans-
liused into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually
made. When, however, a patient receives five, ten, fifty, or
more pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six
pints of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement
cannot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary
to recruit volunteer donors.
The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent insti-
tution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important
institutions in the service which it renders to the community.
Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the
saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today,
but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute
for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range pro-
gram, appealing to every gualified donor in the community, has
been instituted. The success of the program depends upon
volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade
County is appeal to you to make this donation, so that the
Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program.
Blood Bank of Dade County
1750 N.W. 10th Avenue
-----------------This Appeal Made Possible
Fincher Oldsmobile Motors Inc. Pearl Line Lighting Products
| W40 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Grand National Importers &
Wholesale Liquors
W N.W. 9th Ave. Miami
Phone 9-1631
"HARBOR ISLE"
I ?9th Street Causeway Miami Beach
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Road Miami Beach
MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY
* S.W. 8th Ave. Miami
MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO.
'003 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY
W S.W. 74th Ave. Miami
Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp.
*:2S Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gable*
915 N.E. 1st Ave.
Miami
By The Following Sponsors
Dade Fat & Grease Company
27th St. Hialeah
Southern Personnel Service
226 W. Flagler St. Miami
Thomas Venetian Blind Co.
545 N.W. 22nd St. Miami
E. E. BRETT-Real Estate
7335 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
C. H. Lyne Foundry &
Machine Co.
105-09 N.W. 5th St. Miami
A-l EMPLOYMENT
51 N.E. 5th St. Miami
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
44 N.W. M St Miami
Blue Ribbon Laundry Inc.
,403 N.W. 7th Ct Mtaml
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Sidney DeWolf & SonBuilders
231 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
W. A. Dickinson Transfer Co.
2323 N. Miami Ave. Miami
EXCHANGE HOTEL
141 N.E. 3rd St. W
Famous Employment Agency
340 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Florida Cartage Company
400 S.W. 1st Ave. ^^
A F. GIVENAccountant
420 Confess Bldg. Wami
GREEN BROTHERS-Brokers
55 N.E. 24th St. W*
LULA JONESFlorists
1910 S.W. 8th St. Miami
PAINTERS UNIONNo. 365
925 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami
PARTS INC.
824 N.E. 1st Ave.
Miami
Pioneer Sheet Metal &
Roofing Wks. Inc.
2819 N. Miami Ave. Miami
JOHN E. PORTEAttorney
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
ROGERS FORGE
1456 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
E. M. ROSENBERGER
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11. !3
Center Launches
Membership Drive
Leo Eisenstein and Samuel
Friedland have been named co-
chairmen of a ten day member-
ship drive for the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, ac-
cording to Joseph M. Rose, presi-
dent. With the congregation
scheduled to enter its new build-
ing at 17th St. and Washington
Ave. this fall, a goal of 200 addi-
tional members has been set to
augment the 500 families now on
the rolls of the synagogue, the
only Conservatie congregation
on Miami Beach.
Team captains are Joseph M.
Rose. Samuel Katz, Harold Turk,
Alfred Stone, Leo Eisenstein,
George J. Talianoff, Samuel Lip-
ton. Ed Singer, Oscar Mamber.
Samuel Friedland, Louis Freeman
and Sidney Cans.
Gables Women Close
Season With Luncheon
A closing "Good Will Meeting"
ar.d card social will feature a \
luncheon sponsored by the Coral
Gables Women of B'nai B'rith
Tuesday, 12:30 p.m. at the Pied
Piper restaurant. 2860 Coral Way.
Community service programs
for the fall will be discussed and
a report on the district conven-
tion will be made by Mrs. Na-
than Bloom, president.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon
tie Mesdames Anne Rossar.t.
Mildred Suss; they will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Joseph Rogers and
Mrs, Irving Mattlin.
Annual Beth David
Breakfast At Manning's
. David Mer.'s club is spon-
soring their annual Father-Child
breakfast to be held Father's day,
June 20. at 10 a.m. The affair will
be held at Manning's restaurant.
829 Biscayne Blvd.
According to Moe Feingold,
chairman of arrangements, all
rs must be accompanied by
their children to be admitted.
Serving on his committee are
Bernard A. Sterling. Sol Rovin,
Sidney Lefcourt. Ed Safer and
Alex Stiebel.
Reservations may be made by
calling Feingold or Congregation
Beth David office.
Zionists Hold
Discussion Groups
In ordtr to establish closer con-
tact among fellow members of
the Miami Beach Zionist district,
three areas of discussion groups
have been set up in Miami Beach
to meet simultaneously June 14
at 8:30 p.m.
Under th< auspices of the dis-
trict office, Zionists of the North
Beach area will meet in Temple
Beth Sholom with S. A. Good-
man chairman; Central Beach at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center with Jack Burris;
and South Beach at Congregation
Beth Jacob with Martin Genet.
Program for all three gather-
ings will be the discussion of the
latest events in Palestine.
Mendelsohn's Restaurant
Re-opens With Additions
Mi-ndelsor.n's Strictly Kosher
Restaurant, 1301 Collins Ave., an-
lunce the re-openirg of the din-
ing room next Friday at four
o'clock. Mr. Mendelsohn stated
the restaurant has been enlarged
and redecorated during the past
month. A free parking lot for
customers has been arranged in
the rear of the building. Beer
ar.d wires will be served in the
establishment which is now air-
cooled.
Gathered above are the first group of permanent leaders for
the newly organized Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center.
Ir the front row (left to right) are Mrs. James Segal, correspond-
ing secretary; Sam Weber, president; and Mrs. Samuel Kirshner,
recording secretary. Standing in the back are Herman Feldman.
vice president, and Leo Rothstem. treasurer.
Rosengarten's
Familiar To
Many Visitors
One of Florida's oldest organ-
izations for the care and storage
of fur coats and pieces. I. Rosen -
garten's modest but efficient es-
tablishment is well known to al-
most as many northern visitors
as to permanent Miamians.
According to Henry Rosen-
garten, present operator, the firm
deals as far south as Ecuador
and throughout the state. Free in-
and-out service as well as pick
up and delivery are assured their
patrons, Rosengarten explains, as
an attraction to their extensive
tourist trade.
Specializing in the bleaching of
white furs, the plant on the
premises is equipped for glazing,
religning, remodeling, etc. Boast-
ing the onlv certified cold storage
plant for the City of Miami and
one of three in all South Florida,
Rosengarten maintains a 38 de-
gree temperature in his vaults
at all times.
The concern "looks after" furs
of every size, shape and quality,
he elaborated, in the same loca-
tion where it was originated by
I-aac Rosengarten 21 years ago,
when the founder moved here
from Connecticut.
Debbs Attend BBYW
District Convention
Misses Donna Feldman, Roslyn
Morris and Thelma Rappaport
represented Debbs chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women last
weekend at the 5th district con-
vention of BBYW in Baltimore.
Following the conclave. Miss
Morris and Miss Rappaport
travelled to New York where
they met two other DEBBS on
vacation. Miss Margery Wein-
stein and Miss Sylvia Zagoria.
Miss Paula Lach, treasurer of
the national organizations of
BBYW, will represent the local
group at the forthcoming nation-
al convention.
Beach League Opposes
Mundt-Nixon Bill
A resolution opposing thi
passage of the Mundt-Nixon hid
was unanimously adopted bv th
Civic League of Miami Beach 1
their regular meeting, jUne *
Stating that the league is "u"n
alterably opposeu to the spread!
of communism," the resolution!
attacked the bill as "a dangerous!
tendency to place too much disj
cretionary power to decide whieK
organizations are subversive
the Attorney General and in thel
department heads of the Federal!
government." It described thel
proposed legislation as "an at-l
tempted abridgement and inI
fringement of free speech and|
thought."
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PHONE 82-4202
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, out-going president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Women, is shown presenting a check for SI.000 to
Harold Turk for the Hillel foundation at the University of Miami.
The presentation was made during a recent luncheon in the Shel-
born hotel. Turk is president of the Hillel Advisory council.
Ardmore l'hi>i<
Center Students Hold
L'ag B'omer Picnic
Students of the Miami Beach
Community Center together with
their parents, celebrated L'ag
B'omer with the traditional pic-
nic in Greynolds park May 30.
Program of the day included
games, boating ar.d other athletic
activities followed by luncheon
served by a Sisterhood commit-
tee under the direction of Mrs
George Goldberg. Late afternoon
"rained in" activities were led by
Fred Berkovitz, Marion Cohen
ind Joseph Schreibman. Jerry
Carver and Randy Polansky <>;
the Miami Beach Y directed the
athetics for the aay.
Assisting Mrs. Goldberg with
arrangements were a Sistl I
committee consisting ol Mrs. M.
Bloom, Mrs. Harry Bodenstein.
Mrs. Ted Hankoff, Mr. and Mrs
Phil Abrarr.s and Mr. and Mrs
Harry Rogers.
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1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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1948 CALLING -. All Blood Donors! L Blood Bark of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our comma. U y and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood Loted. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE S 0 S CALLS Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has I achieved since its establishment in 1941 is. in a large measure, due to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have | contributed so liberally of their blood. It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of I the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transliused into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually made. When, however, a patient receives five, ten, fifty, or more pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six pints of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement cannot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary to recruit volunteer donors. The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent institution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important institutions in the service which it renders to the community. Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today, but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range program, appealing to every gualified donor in the community, has been instituted. The success of the program depends upon volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade County is appeal to you to make this donation, so that the Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program. Blood Bank of Dade County 1750 N.W. 10th Avenue This Appeal Made Possible Fincher Oldsmobile Motors Inc. Pearl Line Lighting Products | W40 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Grand National Importers & Wholesale Liquors W N.W. 9th Ave. Miami Phone 9-1631 "HARBOR ISLE" I ?9th Street Causeway Miami Beach Miami Beach 1st National Bank 165 1 Alton Road Miami Beach MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY S.W. 8th Ave. Miami MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO. '003 Biscayne Blvd. Miami PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY •W S.W. 74th Ave. Miami Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp. :2S Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gable* 915 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami By The Following Sponsors Dade Fat & Grease Company 27th St. Hialeah Southern Personnel Service 226 W. Flagler St. Miami Thomas Venetian Blind Co. 545 N.W. 22nd St. Miami E. E. BRETT-Real Estate 7335 Collins Ave. Miami Beach C. H. Lyne Foundry & Machine Co. 105-09 N.W. 5th St. Miami A-l EMPLOYMENT 51 N.E. 5th St. Miami BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 44 N.W. M St Miami Blue Ribbon Laundry Inc. ,403 N.W. 7th Ct Mtaml GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Sidney DeWolf & Son—Builders 231 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami W. A. Dickinson Transfer Co. 2323 N. Miami Ave. Miami EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N.E. 3rd St. W !" Famous Employment Agency 340 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Florida Cartage Company 400 S.W. 1st Ave. ^^ A F. GIVEN—Accountant 420 Confess Bldg. Wami GREEN BROTHERS-Brokers 55 N.E. 24th St. W !" LULA JONES—Florists 1910 S.W. 8th St. Miami PAINTERS UNION—No. 365 925 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami PARTS INC. 824 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami Pioneer Sheet Metal & Roofing Wks. Inc. 2819 N. Miami Ave. Miami JOHN E. PORTE—Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach ROGERS FORGE 1456 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami E. M. ROSENBERGER Pierce Hotel Waml



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^AY^iLl!^ ^SrisMhrMigm PAGE THRO Federation Director Predicts 75,000 Jewish Population imrris Klass is a graduate of the University of PEr.T m u„r. w r %  ^ %  • %  W BB Unrris Klass is a graduate of the University of •fehiaafl and the New York School of Social %  k The V ears 1933 to 1941 weTe spent '" Wash tni't D C.j where he was Director of Jewish iJnrip<; was associated with the Fund Raising KMrtmenl o/ the WashingtOTi Community Chest, A alto taught social work at Howard University Irtwo sessions. Mr. Klass came to Miami in 1941 ^ executive director for the Greater Miami JewK. Federation. However, the following year he ed the G3rd Infantry Division and served in &1 Armed Forces for three years. He delivered the message below to Federation directors last week. i t t he offset, I can assure you that Greater Mii through your Federation has done its share, more the communities of America, in making possiMP the last-ditch fight of those heroes that defended Jr. state of Israel these past critical months. I plan to discuss informally with you or prob. as I see them, in the year ahead. Our future in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is closely linked to the problems of our people in this country and overseas. The year 1946, when JL first SID0.000 campaign was announced by American Jewry, Jewish communities in America pushed 'the background their own problems and went all ut ,„ r aise what was then considered a stupendous sum to rescue the remnants of Israel and keep them alive. Thi year 1947, an even larger assignment was acceptt"! by the Jewish communities of America and again all local problems were set aside to raise the 000,000 which was set as a minimum amount ary to continue supporting refugees swelling DP Camps throughout Europe. The year 1948. the third successive post-war year, local needs ind communities went all out in a (250,000.000 minimum goal for the defense of Israel and for the continuation of support for the displaced urope, immigration in this country, and of a reconstruction program in other lar.ds. It par cearly be seen how the e% f ents abroad far nd pushed in the background the local community, and even those of the national agi ncies serving the people of our country. this, however, our own community was able to raiff a substantial amount in the capital fund appeal of Mt Sinai Hospital, and smaller amounts 1 by our ind( pendent agencies for their There was even some community rried on. on a minimum basis. It is always dangerous to prognosticate, however f planning ahead it is necessary to make certions if we are to set a course of action lo follow. I foresee in the year ahead peace in Israel rly process of emptying the concentration r, : ps of Cypress, the DP Camps of Italy and an ever decreasing flow of migration from Eastern Europe to Southern and Western I foresee a slow rehabilitation of Jewish life in European lands but an increasing relief problem among the Jewish populations of Arabic countries. I anticipate the population of Palestine to increase from 700.000 in 1948 to over 800.000 in 1948 and probably by 1951 to reach the figure of 1,250.000. e as-umptions that I do not hesitate to i time as the basis for our long-range planning. ,' the conditions above to be true, we can expect Inning next year, a fairly static deJewish communities in America for funds irl the Joint Distribution Committee and n into Palestine. I WOULD FURTHER ASSUME THAT WE CAN. WITHIN THE NEXT FEW YEARS. EXb di.stnce ot tr.ose mechanisms, tools and structures every Jewish community considers necessary for the development of its people. Comparing our community to cities such as Baltimore. Detroit and Newark highlights this grave problem. There is no place where a Jewish assemblage of over 500 can hold meetings under favorable circumstances: the new structures of our two Y's would have been adequate for a community of 5.000: In my judgment, they are almost uselesstoday even as they arc being Morris Klaus completed, in solving the needs of their immediate areas. Our Home for th( merely a stop-gap program and would be more suited for a community of 5,000 Jewish people. Our Jewish hospital is still non-existent, if you consider such an institution as a resource for Jewish families in the middle and lower class fields. Our synagogues are far from the institutions a community of (unanticipated si/e can be proud of. Although we are really a twin-city, with a 7 mile water barrier and a different make-up in population, we have learned to work together and are ready to do joint planning on a county-wide basis. We have demonstrated in the fund-raising field that there can be no substitute for unified action for a common goal. This is a real asset. Another asset which we cannot minimi/, is the fact that we are slowly developing alert agencies, under good pn I I leadership, and awakening boards ready and eager to offer the nest service in their specific fields. Our Home for the Aged Board is developing to the point where it will soon be able to serve all the aged of our community with a m progressive program. Our Bureau of Jewish Education is making itself felt in bringing to the youth and the adults the realization that without Jewish content in every walk of life the Jewish community of America will be doorwd. Our two Y's are ecoming conscious of the need for an overall community program and for services in all geographical areas. Our case-work agency, though not a membei ol Federation, is now resettling n fugees, offering help to the Home for the Aged, Y's and hospital. Let us now weave these facts into a pattern for 1949. We can expect this coming year a decrease in the emphasis on pressure campaigning, and with it a greater opportunity to sit back, plan and carefully blueprint the needs of our fast-growing community. One of the important decisions of the past year was that Federation should take responsibility for the capital funds needs of its member agencies. It will be necessary in the next few months to carefully survey the programs of the group work agencies, including our Y's. leisure time programs of our synagogues, the needs of our Home for the Aged and our Bureau of Jewish Education and develop some plan of creating in this community the kinri of institutions that will not be outmoded before they are completed. It will be necessary to reach a decision as to how to finance this program. This will be a major project in the field of community planning for the coming year. 'Hie census which we have just completed is the first stop and is the basis for this planning. The next step is the survey of group work agencies in this area. Another problem we must face is that of relationship between our agencies. With the addition to our community of well qualified professionally trained executives of agencies, there has been established a closer working relationship between Federation and agencies. Our Jewish Social Service Bureau must be closely integrated into the program of our Home for the Aged, our Y's and our hospital. Our Y's and synagogues and hospital must be closely related to the program of our Home for the Aged. Our Bureau of Jewish Education has a place in the programs of all the agencies, and Federation has the responsibility of keeping the machinery well oiled and functioning smoothly. There is no limit to progress in this community if we work together in harmony. An area in this community which the Federation will be called upon to meet is that of commur.ity relations. There can he no satisfactory approach to the problems of the relationship of the Jewish community to the general community so long as this is in the hands of a single organization within the community. Community relations call for a total community approach and for policy making to be done by representatives of the entire community. This has been the development known as Community Relations Councils throughout the United States in the last few years, and it appears that the problem and needs in Miami are no different. Perhaps the greatest problem ahead is that of i e development of leadership and the conservation of leadership in our community. Even though towe have several thousand people working for Federation in its drive throughout the year, as compared to a handful some six years ago. there is -till a nucleus of 20 to 30 individuals who are called upon to assume tremendous responsibilities in all areas. Federation cannot relax in its responsibility for developing new leadership, and assigning old leadership to specific jobs; and not expecting one or a group of individuals to cover all areas. The Jewish community of the State of Israel has t its challenge. It started from scratch, it built up own strength, it has kept away the enemy, and is charting its future course. It remains to be seen whether the Jewish community of Miami can meet the challenge thrust upon it. We have met the first test of supplying funds to keep alive our people overseas. It remains to be seen whether we can win the second battle—that of planning for and strengthening our own community in order that we may take our proper place among the major Jewish communities of America. I feel we have the interest of our lay leadership. I feel we have the capacity. I feel we have the qualified professional leadership, the desire of our entire community, and I feel we will win the second battle of planning on our home front, and of building a Jewish community we shall be proud of. One last caution I must give in a joint venture of this kind, in a battle of many facets—there is no room for advancing by destroying. No matter where our first allegiance, no matter what individual organizations we espouse, the entire community welfare should come first. There is no antithesis between community development and agency development. There car be no competition in this area, there can be progress only when each member of this community works and fights for his own agency and for the total community program jointly. There is no room for destructive criticism. This battle will be won only by understanding and working for our mutual interests in the area of total community development. "The : uler Americans For Haganah, are cui 1.1 m produced overseas. natizes the story D'Jew .:,,-ion from Eu. is being readied i lease in the middle s of the picture, rently dickering with major companies for national distribution. Meyer Levin, producer of the Palestinian film, "My Father's House," completed work or. "UTHE CALL OF ISRAEL "Our call goes out to the Jewish people all ovei the world to rally to our side in the task of immigration and development, and to stand by us in the great struggle lor the fulfillment of the dream of generations." (From the Declaration of Jewish Independence.) You can best respond to this call by making a generous donation, this Shavouth at Yiskur. to the Jewish National Fund. Honor the memory of your departed beloved by planting trees in the State of Israel. Trees are an essential factor in uning the sacred soil and in upb tildinq the State of Israel. They express our undying faith and Heinal hope for the future of our people. Make checks payable to the Jew sh National Tund. Mail to Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Co-Chairman. 1 N. F. of Miami Beach Zionist District, 844 Jefferson PVB., Miami Beach. Tel5-1650. legals' recently after being held, up in Europe by various governments After reaching Pale Levin ind his assistants wen i i >• the British a'id then deported. *v Upholstering &f Slip Covers &f Draperies A Detl Spreads | Head Hoards | I Corniees A Made to Order Reasonably Priced %¡ Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL &f J O S E P H J.S &f R A W L S O N | 704 N. 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lewlsl Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ioriidliigun QSffi 21-NUMBER 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNE 11, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS U.N. Four Week Truce Starts PRESIDENT VISITS PRESIDENT CAIRO Count Folke Bernadotte. United Nations mediator, announced that a four-week armistice in Palestine starts at 1 a.m. Friday (Miami time). Arab and Jewish troops on the battle fronts in Palestine were being ordered today to cease fire. Arabs and Jews accepted the Swedish mediator's plans uncond.tionally, he announced. Bernadotte's plan is to freeze the military situation absolutely. Only cautious optimism was expressed around the United Nations at Lake Success that the four-week armistice and arms 'embargo will endure or that the UN can evolve a solution that will result in permanent peace. Irgun Zvai Leumi, once the Jewish underground but now ; part of Israel's army, opposed the truce. Washington, D. C. Israel's first president. Dr. Chaim Weiimann talks with President Truman about the Palestine problem during his recent visit to the White House. One of the chief tODics discussed was the migration of 15,000 Jews a month to Israel. Gerard Swope Refuses British Appointment NEW YORK, (JTA)—Declaring that Britain's attitude to the Palestine issue is •"vacillating, reprahensible and non-constructive,'' Gerard Swope, honorary president of the General Electric Company and noted U.S. industrialist, tins week declined to accept an appointment as ''Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Older of the British Empire." Kan War Material LONDON, (JTA)—Bowing to public criticism, the British Government this week banned the export of war material to the Arab states warring on Israel. The ban also includes Palestine. Among the articles placed under embargo were airplanes, bombs, firearms, ammunition, grenades, explosives and mine-. Soviet Union Will Send Observers To Palestine LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The Soviet Union this week served notice that it is ready to send Red Army officers into Palestine to serve as United Nations military observers during the cease-fire period. Andrei Gromyko of the U.S.S:R. took issue with the action of Bernadotte and the Security Council Truce Commission which, it was disclosed this week, has directly approached the Bernadotte invited 21 officers each from the U. S., France and Belgium and asked for three U. S. patrol vessels, two French and one Belgian to watch the coast. Though opposed to have the Russians in Palestine, the United States is understood to be preparing not to oppose directly the Russian attempt to participate. Rabbi Joshua Liebman Jewish Author Dies In Boston Rabbi Joshua Liebman, nationally known radio lecturer and author of the best-seller, "Peace of Mind," collapsed and died of a heart attack Wednesday in his room at the Hotel Somerset in Boston. Rabbi Liebman spiritual leader of Temple Israel was 41 years old. Israel War Continued I niil Headline; Tel Aviv Road Open War on land, sea and in the aii less shelling from the Old Citycontinued in the hours before the directed at the Jewish sections three countries represented on truce was to be effective. Cairo of Jerusalem ceases, the Jews: said Egyptian naval units deI will s-hell the Arab-populated Old the commission with a request that they .;end military observers to Palestine. After the Soviet delegate had brought the issue into the open, the council heard statements by the delegates of Belgium, France and the United States, whose consular officials in Jerusalem com prise the UN. Truce Commission, confirming the report that they had been approached without the Council's knowledge. stroyed port installations at Nahariya, 15 miles north of Haifa, and Egyptian land troops attacked two settlements in south central Palestine. Planes bombed Rthovot, 12 miles southeast of Tel Aviv. Four Jewish military convoys arrived in Jerusalem this week, bringing ia heavy artillery to back up an Israeli ultimatum to the Arab Legion warning that unCity. Arab reports confirmed that, following the capture of El Qubab village earlier in the week by Jewish fighters, the main highway from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is open again to Jewish military traffic. A Haganah broadcast spoke of "panic and the mass evacuation" of Arabs from the city, in the expectation of Jewish offensive. Appeal Breakfast Puts Drive Over Raising more tr-9n $34,000 at its comn unity breakfast salutirc the state of Israel last Surdav at the Steak House, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has gone over tin %  top in its 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced ry Jaco Sher president of the Seeking a goal of $1,489,025, HfcFedi ration at Sunday's breakfast pa si l the $1.490 000 mark and, according to Mr. SJ"er, considerable additional money will still pour in to boost he total "Wit:tl is total. Greater Miami becomes the first maior communitv ,• the United States to pass its 1048 goal," Mr. Sher announii Ben-Zion Klan, Hagpnah re present live j n this country, wa* Introduced bv Abraham Goodman, chairman of the "Save the State df Israel" appeal. Urging the Jews of America to have confidence ,,tne ultimate outcome wan said that the Jews iIsrael were mi,re than holding their own against she Arab hordes. He noint• nut that "not a single inch of Israeli territory is ir the hands *J 'he Arab invader-" and said wat King Farouk of Egypt and Klr >S Abdullah of Transjordan Wero "fighting with British British arms, British ranks. British planes and British eadership" He berated England '<" "walking out the front door and trying to climb back in "trough the back window," and sa 'd that "English policy was wed on Arab bluff." We Jews who saw six million 1 0Ur P>i


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PAGE TWO +Jenist> ncrkUan FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948 Security Loan Committee Speeds Drive For Dade County $5,375,000 Bond Quota With its organizat'on nearing completion, the Security Loan Committee for Dade county, headed by G. C. Estill, is speeding up the drive for 35,375,000, the county's guota in America's Security Loan. Dade county had purchased SI,289,354 worth of the Security Bonds on May 6, 24% of the guota, Estill announced. The drive ends June 30. Special cooperation has been •nlisted from banks: merchants md other advertisers: Xeirsbits Among the 400 graduates at regular spring commencement exercises this weekend at Emory university were six Miami residents. Trey are Donald Emanuel Kobley. who received the degree of doctor of medicine; Lee Frederick Goldberg, doctor of dental surgery: Gciree William Smoak bachelor of laws: George Payne Brown, jr.. Barney DeForrest Jackson and William A. Wicker, bachelor of arts. Dr. Jess V. Cohn, Miami Beach psvehiatrist, was installed as •it of the Dade county Juvenile Council at a meeting Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Lillian Giddings. 3880 Bayshore Dr.. Miami Beach. Ann T.' vin was elected presidenl "f the National Honor Societv for Spanish Students, a rewlv orgrni/ed groun at Miami B> Senior High school. Dan Solt/er is viepresident; Hannah Dnmond. recording secretary; Beverly Cooper, corresponding secretary: I Sanford Kimball. treasurer. -,! ss Iris Snrafkin. daughter of MrF Evelyn Snrafkin was elected a %  %  -ember. Gerald J. Klein, so-, of City C eilman Maurice (Doc) Klein and Mrs. Klein, of 1521 Jefferson Ave.. will he graduated Mondav from the Universitv of Florida Law School. Young Klein. who was Graduated fro-r. Miami ,VKluai. Beach Hieh school in 1938. servi newspapers, radio stations, outdoor advertising companies, clubs, associations, fraternal societies and >ther types of organizations: schools, business institutions and :overnment activities. In outlining the primary immediate objective of the Security Loan drive. Estill quoted the official Treasury Department statement: "To create a more rational balance between consumer demand and production volume to relieve pressures on the price structure, by encouraging savings out of current earnings and the establishment of reserves as :nsurance against inflation and depression." Estill further pointed out that since Communiusm thrives on depression, a financially sound America, protected aginst ruinous inflation by the wise precautionary action of its free citizens, will be safest in the future against any attempted inroads of Communist aggression. Three types of Security Bonds are available. Series E bonds are "appreciation" bonds, which increase in value at the end of the first year and every 6 months thereafter until maturity, at which time you receive 54 for every S3 invested. Denominations are from $25 to SI.000. They are designed to be sold to individuals, with a limit of SI0.000 worth to any indi38 months in the Army before : :ng law school. Series F bonds are also "aption" bonds. They mature in 12 years. Although they pay a slightly lower interest rate than is for a S20.000 kitchen to E bonds, they may be purchased led to the Beth Jacob syna|,v trustees, partnerships. gogue at 311 Washington Ave. Iciations and corporations with no were approved by the city build; tment, Leo Ack. rmai was elected cor• ding se.rdary of the Coral Way Elementary School Daddies Association. -.rni's information center for • \ -.can Cancer Society has opened new headquarters at 2051 | -.no Blvd. According to Dr. Alfri d Levin, chairman of the society's Dade county unit. The center was established "to provide a place for the general public i urate ard authoritative information about cancer could be obtain" d." Executive producer Jack L. Warner tells us of the appointment of Ray Heindorf. composerconductor, as musical director at Warner Bros. Studios, succeeding the late Leo F. Forbstein. who recently passed away. Heindor' is a graduate of the Troy Conservatory of Music. New York and after working in New York on the improvising of accompaniments to silent films, came to Hollywood to work in sound picture scoring. After scoring all the Samuel Goldwyn musicalsup to 1937. he signed a long-term contract at Warners and scored manv of the company's important pictures. In 1943-44 he won the A di my Award for his score of "Th ; s Is the Army." imit on the amount. Denominations are from $25 to $10,000. Series G bonds also mature in 12 years but instead of merely increasing in value periodically, their earned interest is paid semiannually by Treasury check as long as the bond is held or until maturity. Their interest rate is very slightly below that of F bonds and they may be purchased in any amount. Their denominations range from $100 to S10.000. All three types of Security Bonds are available at banks, -ither financial institutions and post offices. The slogan of the bond drive is. "America's security is your security. Buy Security Bonds now!" Mrs. Stanley Phillips accepts charter for the new North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'riih from Mrs. Irving Becker, vice president of the District Grand Lodge No. 5 Women, as Mrs. Sam Silver, president of the Florida State Federation of. Women s B'nai B'rith Lodges looks on. JWB Honors Service Graduates ANNAPOLIS. Md. — Twelve Jewish midshipmen, members of •his year's graduating class of the United States Naval Academy, each received from the National Jewish Welfare Board JWB' a copy of the Bible Inscribed with their name. The presentation was made at the annual breakfast service for the graduating class, sponsored by the Annapolis JWB Armed Services Committee. WEST POINT. N. 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aMPAY.JUNEU 1948 lliia Cirossmaii >o Serving Israeli Mission wija Rita Grossman, former Jn,* editor of The Jewish FloriJ; 3 P is now serving as assistant i (he director of information of Jhe Israeli Mission to the United for the past year, Miss Gross„ h.-i' occupied a similar position wit' the New York office '(the Jewish Acencv for Pales Hue, who?e '.-formation director it Kenon. has just receive^ •-;, appointment to the Israel 1 delegation. • • Grossman WM associated flie Jewish Floridian for a ln d one-half, prior to her departure for New York in April \ graduate of the Universi t v of Miami, she received her piarters degree in journalism a* Northwestern University, Evanston. Illinois. While at the U. of y t hi l itor of the Hurricane, wei kly newspaper. Daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman of Coral Gables, she is the author of two children's books. ?J !" !*tIk:riidliic*in New Temple Isaiah Officially Opens With Sabbath Eve Services Tonight !" £ss orSi^rwi.s, new ? !" iewish 8:15 p.m. at 4925 CoUinsAve plaCe ,h S eveninr > at H.ghliah.d Jhe service will be ,he installation of Rabbi David Saab^JKEWaff*? inS alla,i n < <** K. Kaplan, president ofXe Great con **q


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PAGE FOURTEEN ^JewlstiftcrMlar FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948 Dr. Andron Replies Continued from Page 11) Hebrew Academy is an educational institution concerned with the cultural enrichment and erarocter developnn nt of the future citizens of our community. The Public School and the Academy Mr. Simorhoff has spoken of the public school "as the bulwark of American democracy." and therefore, feels that there mav not be a place for the academy form of education in the Arr.erican pattern of things. This i* definitely a non-sequitur. We arc firmly persuaded that the public school systerr extant in this country is one of the supreme achievements of America. No one would ti 'n or r'env this. To reasonably imintai". however, that the school is the sole and exr'us've educational citadel and rk of Americanism is to SUD' > i a rather difficult thesis. After all. there are many private school scattered throughout the land. There are secondary and hirher se)-oo!= of learning which ,niv "<• mav not ^e affiliated with se<-aripn or communal groups These are definitely not publk Is, vet to assail them as se ools would be I imp iTn c < hools of unquestioi al h • • ve character, which have i iade an immeasurable coni 'ion to the educational stan('ards of this country. It is not th< physical proximity of children -i*tintt on the same school bench thai for mutual under standing: their minds and hearts e miles apart: it is rathei f o genuine understanding based n knowledce and moral train : "r-; thai n ally promotes good will human svmnathv and the A ei ian snirit. Public schools hav t'-'Mr undoubted place in th< can way of life. P •-'•hoois. however, whether they pre elementary school*, Hebre* ries or collegi have thei' ficant niche : the composite educational fa brie "f our country"Sr-n-enation" Charqe Raseless Frarklv it is our oninion t ; •'" tho words "segregation" and • % % %  }-, -in walls" are emnloyed with, -,< d rd to their essentia' meaning. Can anyone nossibh claim as si lory or gl etl ,— %  sc'-ool where its stu'h — t • ,. in constant and pervadine tad with their countrv an |d; where they are elos< t their radio, the movies, th' comics the garni =. the sports an/ the evc-ts of their oo-vmuni'v rot onlv durin? school hours, but also during dailv afternoons and • .•-n-d->v weekends, when they an free to. and in fact do. mingle with their friends and neighbors all faiths and persuasions ir •• and ir discussion, but withal • ,od with, a sense of stalwart confidence which comes from > %  ..vledce. understanding and basic education. We, too. are opposed to any f .rm of nrovincialism. chauvin j-m or anv rigid pattern of educnti-m. Our philosophy of cdu<-a to-*, encompasses a broad, rich i autiful and inclusive American wav Of life. However, the group ing of children or adults in any educational institution temporar ilv or periodically for the pur of enriching, broadening anc Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phono 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given expanding their cultural content a"d their universal outlook is defi-itdy not an evil but a virtue. particularly when this reservoir of strength can be and is emp'o\ ed t.-> contribute further to fie great and resilient spirit and giowlh of our country. "Americanism and the Hebrew Academy" The founders of America never nvisaged an attenuated and des' d wasteland in any of the constituent minority groups which together compose the United States of America. Contrarily, the encouragement and advancement of multiple cultures is part of the \ery essence of the democratic way of life. Not onlv is this wholly American, but precisely America contemplates;—the integration and absorption of many diverse cultures and ways of life consistent with and contributory to the spirit and tradition of our land. To ask any : ople to surrender or nullify its unique and distinctive cultural or spiritual possession and heritage on the altar of Americanism, is •o misinterpret the spirit of our •ountry and to rob it of the rich, "ariegated and abundant civilizaion which has become America. The Hebrew Academy has no -tention of supplanting the public school system. The public school caters to the great majority of the children of our country who find in its program of study the answer to their search for education. There are, however, in our American Jewish community a vastly growing lumber of individuals who find i great and unexplored area of 'undamental and cultural values ml truths which are left unouche : Inthe formal schools public or private. It is here at the acadi my emerges to pro%  ide its unique and abundant "orm of education for those who eek the integration of the leritage of the Jewish people with e traditional American wav of \chieverr.ent of Hebrew Academy Over llo children have sought ind obtained the educational acilities and program of the Herew Academy from the time of 's inception on Sept. 8, 1947. Turing this period, children with ittle or no previous Hebrew edication have achieved amazing esults. In the field of American I'd secular education, boys and 'iris have found a personalized nd progressive type of educaion which has struck new responses and areas of thought in he :i ind. the heart and the charicter of the child. It is certainly a far cry from ghetto walls when a school such as this, numbers imong its related subjects, baton 'wirling. music appreciation, public speaking, dramatics, newsoaper writing and publication, as vi 11 as studies in civic responsibility. To really appraise the unisual standards of academy eduction, one need only visit this | M M101A • I > 7 t A S fc I Al 11 PR1 QUALITY WORKMAN, % ••F j ?..;l*f It*. • ri 2AA"" SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FMKMtiD ALICNMENT PAINT INI' SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES with "NEW rOSTWAR EQUIPMENT" and %  KNOW-HOW" MECHANICAL STAFF \ %  UD&ET PLAN IF DESIRED • SAM MURRAY INC 12 I'..,,, W 11 fo,J II7 tlSCATNE IOULEVARD PHONE 9 4761 TRUCMJJVISION C *5 N E,?7TH STREU school, right here in Miami Beach, and observe and contrast the broad and profound training of academy children with that of many other boys and girls whose parents prefer to neglect or ignore innumerable facets and aspects o' modern education. It is my firm conviction that t u e Hebrew Academy has contributed, and will continue to %  ontribute. much to the enrichment of the cultural and sniritua 1 life of our commu-itv. For it-= nrogram is an intelligent one, its curriculum a classic one. its approach a progressive one. its rdicational form a liberal and prof ound one. Some people have sought to confuse and complicate t and to relate it to ideas and notions truly alien to it. All these irrelevant theories and imma'erial rotions evaporate in the face of the incontrovertile reality if an excellent school whose achievement has been applauded by virtually every educational and spiritual leader in our community. The Hebrew Academy is in truth the answer to the perennial quest of parents for the intelligent education of their children Neither American culture nor Jewish tradition are museum relics or pieces: they are dynamic and constantly evolving ways of life. To blend these various goals into one significant educational achievement is the fundamenta' program of the Hebrew Academy. ZOA Convention Set For July 2 NEW YORK—Some 2.000 delegates and alternates representing Zionist districts in 44 states will attend the 51st annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, which will be held beginning Friday, July 2 through Monday. July 5 at the William Penn hotel in Pittsburgh, according to an announcement by the national ZOA headquarters here. The first national Zionist gathering since the establishment of the republic of Israel, the coi> vention will give a great deal of attention to the adoption of a reVised program of organizational and cultural activities in the light of the existence of the Jewish state. This major aspect of the new American Zionist approaci will be treated at length in the presidential message of Dr. Bmanuel Neumann, to be presented at the official opening session on Saturday night, July 3. HUmmNmrtnna tends 10relax nervous tension, to permit refrething sleep. It has helped thousands. Why not fhra tt a chance to help you? 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PRIDAYJUNEH, 1948 *Je*M>fhrMter Rabbi Zwitman Mth. Sabbath services at B SO g n Bat Sunday, .Max l-'.-lflm.i n, Bltavah ol Edward, ion ol Mr and Mrs Jack Gordon, and Arthur, ROD of Mr, and Mrs. Abraham Greenfield Bhevuoth III be ushered in Saturday evening al .-unset Service* Sunday Monday morning al :3o ., m Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. become Kai M1Uvan. > ixkor memorial aerv M day al 10:30 a m. Myron, sen ,,f .Mr and Mrs. Main Kahn, will become Mltxvali Rabbi Shapiro's central both day* will be I %  lis Sagea Summei B< ibrew School will begin a.m. StudentR are to office, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HRRRBY GIVEN that the undesigned, dealring to engage in ,, !"' -s ." ,l r h fictitious name of Modem Pph anil Blacayne Miami, Florida, Intends • with the rierk cult Court of Hade Count' '. 28 MAX DROSSIN Role Own. p 6/4-ll-18.}5 I %  • nratora Boulevard, i reglRter nf the dr. Florlda, Flagler-Granada Center Plans Talent Show To climax their current mem bership drive the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Centc have planned a social evert ir rm of a "home talent show' to be given June 17 at 8:30 p.m in the Coral Gables Women'; club. Prospective members are in to attend the social. Re ments will be served. !' group is arranging an af fair to be held in conjunctioi with the YM & WHA, all pro cceds Ol which will be given tr the Haganah. Committee ir charge consists of Mrs. Samue! Kirshner, chairman, and Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs. Rose Isaacson, Mrs. Ruth Shenberg, Mr. Ten: y and Mr. and Mrs. James Segal. Plans are under way for the lishment of an account at the Blood Bank at Jackson Memorial hospital for the benefit club members. Bar theme f Soldiers Ar along for II Tuesday al '. register In th Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. B*l" 7 it LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tr, engage In business under the flctltloui name of People's Meat Supply at 2:123 N. E. Miami Court, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARVEY ERSHOWSKY ARTHUR SCHAAP Part HITS Wclnstein, Welnslein, Weinsteln Mtorneys for Applicants 120 I,lnc.,ln Road Miami Beach, Fia. 5/88 6'4-U-18-25 \ eeklj Portion of i he l .a ah of Melvyn Joel, son < Irs Han i K itn teturda} nlghl .it 6:3(1 p. NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tint I the in leralgned, desiring to eneaee in N -titious name of .. ;i ,„ | DIXIE GROCERY at 220 Bouth Dixie ,,,, ,1,, Highway, Coral Gables, Florida. InBui Mlts|tnda >f Mr and [ceii S indai Ol $25 For Hebrew Legion At a gathering in the home of Edward Talmoich, 719 N.W. 13th Ave Mrs. Charles Belanoff collected a total of $25 for the rally in the Floridian hotel. May 30, ol the Hebrew Legion for a Free Palestine. Hyman Kormoroff was appointed treasurer for the group t< deliver the money to the officials of the rally. Those contributing included Mr. and Mrs. Belanofl Ich, Mr. and Mrs. Komoroff. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Brynea nf Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Abe an, Mrs. Sadie Sian and M Charlotte Farber. B'nai B'rith Dance Features Water Show A gigantic water show will headline the program of enter tainment at the second annua' lance sponsored by Cora' Gables B'nai B'rith Sunday. June 20, 8.30 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza hotel. irding to preliminary announcements by co-chairmen Ji I'oncher and Jerry Sanders and ballet swimming exis will be given by prok iionals and dancing will continue through the evening to the music of the Ritza-Plaza orchestn Swim cabanas and towels will be furnished free of charge. Members of B'nai B'rith ar.d thtir : nends are invited. Tickets at SI 25 per person, tax included be secured from Jerry S rs. 48-3488 or Jerry Poncher, 48-2249. nornlng :ii B a m, firal da of Sheuoth and confirmation • tcrclses. londay at 9 a.m Hebrew %  hool gradlation exercises, Ylskor memorial ervice at 10:30 a.m. Cantor lloldring •ill chant the service aaaiated by the .holr Junior congregation Saturday, Sunday aid Monday al 10 a.m Hein w religious school 9:30 to IS 10 p m Jewish Community Center, 2OC0 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at B is, tabbl Kaufman will address the conregatlon, Saturday services at 1" %  .in. Bhevuoth services Sunday. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 6 p.m. In the hoard r n ..f the Temple. Babbath service al 10 13 .i m, Bar Mitxvah if Barry Dick and Allen Levey. shevuoth evening service Saturday at H p.m. Confirmation service Bhevuoth nornlng Sunday at 10 a.in Ylskor memoi lal Ber\ Ice at 9:45 a.m. REFORM Templo Isaiah. 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Dedication service and Installation ,1 Rabbi Raab by Dr Jacob 11 Kaplan •\iii.v evening al 8:13 p.m Rabbi taab will preach on the BUbject "Ternilv Isaiah: Milestone in Community Progress." Sunda) morning Bhevuoth intl memorial services 10:30 a.m Rabi will speak on the subject "On the .Vines of the Torn)]." Temple Israel137 NX. 19lh t. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmanj Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve Rei vlcea at 8:13 p m %  lal.hi Zwltman will preach on he Desi 11 Saturday evening 'Irmation servl % %  al 1 30 p.m, ng Shevuoth memorial Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services al Speaker to be announced Shevuoth tervlces Sundm ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301 311 Washinglon ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloft: Cantor Louis D. Feder. l-'i ida' evening servl I 6:1 salirdaj moinlng service I %  ,t .', |fi Rabbi Me* heloff ill s|ieak ,„ the Portion ol the Week Shevuoth s.-rvir.-s Sunday anil Monda> at : „. and % %  %  '" Rabbi will preach morning "ii "Torah and the f Ii and to reglRter said nmp with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAM FRIEDMAN WA.SMAN, BILVKIt & SAKdWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 5 :i L'l-L's B/l-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVBN that t'i" undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietltlous name of \i B Cole, Rales Promotions at ins Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Al, H COHEN Sole Owner MARRY DIETZ Vttomey for Applicant 1705 Congress Ruiiding "i/M 6'1-ll-lS-25 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN" Till: CIRCCIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PIJORIDA, IN AND TOR DADK f?OUNTT, IN CHANCERY, No 117487 LENA OARRITT, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES II OARRITT, Defendant YOU, JAMES H. OARRITT, 405 Voith Geddes Street, Syracuse, New York, sre n I fled to file your Apn the above cause for Divorce, on or before July 3, 194ft, or a dwTee pro confesso Will he pntei ed against you. DATED: June 3, 194S E I! WEATHERMAN, Oerk. II Court Seal) By M. c. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. Wasman, Silver and Sakowits Attorneys for IMantiff Suit.919 Beybold Building Miami, Florida .-. I-U-18-25 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that th„ undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Slater and Brother Togs at is N, E. 1st Str.-.-t, Miami, Florida, Intend t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON' MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5 38 fi'4-11-11-25 "In conBunda) urvlce ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV THE CIRCUIT COITtT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F<>R DADE COUNTY. FI> iRIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No 1172fi M\RY JAM-: SCiiFIEI.D. Plaintiff. vs VINCENT V. SCOFIBLD. Defendant. TO VINCENT V. BCOFIELD Residenee unknown to the plaintiff, ir.. hereby notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on or before June V. l*s. otherwise, a decree pro confesso will he entered against you Dated May 25, 1948 K I! WEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. "• 1 "• i, C "" rt I v a M c GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS, Attorney la Hulldlng 5 a 8 1-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR P\DE COUNTY. FI/RIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 117?,2s. HELEN COSTEI.I.O. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES \V COSTELLO, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JAMES W. COSTEI,IXJ 211 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered '" appear to tho Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cause on or before the 2< day of June, 1918: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed agalnsl V"'i !,et this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published In Hide County. Florida. DATED this 27 day of May, 1HI8. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Ireult Court Seal) By WM. W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of All-Brlte Wet Wash Uumlrv at 6230 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida. Intends to reglRter Raid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH PRESS Solo Owner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant CongresR Bldg. 5/14-21-28 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrinr I business under the fictitious nan Ben View Hotel at 1141 Collins Ave Miami Beach. Fin., lnt'*id to register Bald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JACK KAHN SALLY KAHN Partners HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants I 'ongress Bldg. 5/14-21-28 6/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY, No. 117331 JULIA VON GERICHTEN, Plaintiff, vs. HOWARD VON GERICHTEN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: HOWARD VON GERICHTEN 184 Bchaeffer Street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified ami ordered to appear to the Bin of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above-styled cause on or before the 26th day of June, 1948; otherwise the lUegatlOna Of said Bill Of Complaint in be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks iu the Jewish Floridian. a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. DATED this 27th day of May. 1948. i: 1! LEATHER.M \N. (Circuit Clerk of Court S.al) By F Circuit Court. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami U, Florida 5/28 c/4-11-18 J. COULD. Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. IXM'ES'L LI .IUDES'. Plaintiff, vs FRANCES MAGOIORE La JUDES, Defendant l-PHB STATE OF EI.OI'.II'A To FRANCES MA4JOIORI FRANCES JUDES, .-.;, i'atchen Ave. Brooklyn 21, New York. La SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 28 6'4-ll-18 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk fr^^e^byVotlfl^and ordered ,., ,, ar to the BUI Ol Complaint fol Divorce filed against you In the abovetlle at 10 office Monday :' l p m Reg stratlon at public meeting Tfilah. 935 Krld.iv ven ng ser\n ei lay morning at • .\.-k\ Limit Mil"' •t 7 ...rvicc .it Sfl a m ,n "our Treasure u jo n "' •our Future Miami Hebre* A. J KAPLAN II ir for PI'"""" %  ongress Building og 6 I-11-" ORDER OF PUBLICATION Everglades Club Meets Next ngulur meeting of tho EvergJadw Club will be held on Tuesday, June 15, 8:30 p.m., at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St. A program highlighted by Lou i. guest speaker, will low the meeting. fol Sunday [And %  "Torah Ylskor 0::io a i m to % %  i-' S:3't p n Congregation Beth Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. ^ ^ Rabbi li-icky,:, ',,.'('.:• Florida ha : %  > P-n Maarlj Mundai morning sic will %  • i< Monday morning Bnbl i II "Peak n m. School Congregation. 1101 S-W. ave. Rabbi Simon April VaEvrata Monday morning serviceHebrew "' *•'" IM. styled cause on or b of lune IJI*: otherwise the allega.,; f Mid Bill <>f Complaint will ,.. taken as confessed aiMinst you, ''•,;, .ii,, order be publlahed one* week for four conaeeutlv the Jewish Floridian, ^ publlRhed in Dade Ownt& nrlda. Clerk of Circuit Court circuit Court Seal) By M fore the 2* day Weeks In new spaper C GREEN, Deputy Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW oOTK'K IS HEREBY OIVBN that leralgned, dealring to encase In under the fictitious name of Weal out Kate Liquor store N \V 7th Stieet. Miami. Intends to register said name 'ii the Clark of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida SAMfici. BTERN .,., Boto Owner %  11-18 27. 7/2-9 at indas :< a in I'nlted I ,Hi p in %  i", a m Will speak '•:!'. 12th •-, n Rabl I "A at Rabbi > at 3:15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party Makers) at the City of Miami. Hide County, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I1EK.NARD P. SAPPER MARK BILVERSTBTN Attorney for Bernard P. Saffer 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. j Ji-2b t/4-ll-ll ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY. — lN CHANCERY, -No. 117160. FRANCES KBSTEL, Plaintiff, va. HAROLD JollN KESTBL, DefendTo: HAROLD JuilN KESTEL 60 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before thu 18th day of June, 1918. Hated this 2th dav of May. 1948. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sent) By PJ. COULD, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL JRAND, Attorney ,iv7 Calumet Building Miami. Florida f'81-28 6/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRiTIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 117147. LILLIAN LEE, Plaintiff, vs. FONG KIM LEE, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: FONG KIM LEE, 24 Mulberry Street New York, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to uppear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above-styled cause on or before the 21st day of June. 1948; otherwise the allegation! of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let thle Order be published once a week for four consecutive, weeks In the Jewish Floridian. a newepaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED this 19 day of May. 1!M. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. HARRY DIETZ Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 5/21-28 6/4-11 C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. lit FOR IN I Orthodox Conava. to •!.' %  P-m. Miami Jewish greqation. 590 S.W. 17th Rabbi Murray Grauer. % Fr'dav ":,"',"n V.bbl Grauei wl'l *< ", V,i ... .f "he > ,,,,.. oraue. IH Mini ha l "v^:'; !" ^,H ; M'KHV, No U7S30, „...., ROND sometimes known as ''" ii. ,'viilFTTV Plaintiff, vs. ''" A K ,..,'T 1 ND sometimes JU^VL'-IiARGAnKT BONDIETT\ Defendant -r. fei SerebTSotlfled andordared 1 the BUI of Complaint • ,.." e ,0 rtle 3 gjalnat >.ou In the U |e l %  of June, ilions "f "'"''•'.n.rWrucr' the Let al ,, th. < % %  "< %  Saturda) • • u n da> morning at n "X,,,;,!, I morning al > "; What Israel ieak on Shi '. loth %  t 7 P". •' rubbi i" %  ; %  • ,-.,,. %  Mond i) hi wlll_"P*?.. 0 T |,|,oVro*einorial ervn'ng ;i a m nd lslt.it'Shall nuse on or before ... otherwise th. id BUI of Complaint onfeaaed against you, he publlRhed once Sfffef^r^ DATED this -. 'j.. ATnKIt M\N Cl,.k of Circuit Court. Court SMI) By WM. w (Circuit STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Mover Eornet." I,-, at 11 a.m. 6/4-11-18 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION rv TI'F. CtTtCUIT COfRT "F T'TP PI EVENTH .llTient, ctRCfiT IN \vn FOR prr rni-VTY FLORIDA. — C* CHANCERY. No. RRNBRT MALLINOER Plaintiff, vs •L\1RE MALLINOER. Def-m'ant. TOCT.MRE MALMNOER ItOt'TE I BOX MS, V VT ON \L CITY. CAI TFOPNIA YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED # to f'le an Anoearnnce or Plead in the r,|K.ve action for divorce on or before I one 194: otherwise a decree pro Infesso will he '"'^VMJV iqT IlntMt h,R^hday^Mav. f ,94H. Clerk of the Circuit Court. rlrcul Court tag) w RPOCICTNCI. Deputy Clerk. BURNETT ROTH Mtornev for Plaintiff I' Congress Building Miami. Florida it r../4-ll-lt NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S .'"I'l'T IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. In Be: ESTATE OF DAVID LEVINB, also known as Dave Levine, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the 1 estate of DAVID LEVINE iik., Dave U-nnu deceased late of Dale County, Florida, to tho Hon. W. F. I'.l.ANI TON, County Judge of Dade County. and file thu same in his office HI the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first public itl. n hereof, Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of claimant and to be worn to presented as alorcsald, or game Lu barred. See Station 120 ol the Probiiti Act. Date May 14. A.D. 19 IS. HERMAN LEVINE, As Administrator of the Estate D.W1D LEVINE, als Dave Levine, Deceased. DeCOSTAB, MAER fc FLOYD 607-8 Bis. a> ne Didg. aiiaml, Fla. Attorneys for Administrator. 0,21-28 6/4-11 the und Will 1'jM "UNDER FICTITIOUS SOT.CE JSyS&S? !" !" U.a e'sh.-ned, desiring to engage In order the flctltloUR. me NOTICE the under huslne-s under in ,'"„"',".,•' v M1 3%rB4 SoSi sWcSK Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNH MOSES RAM SILVER, Attornev for Appllcanta VS* 6/4-11-18-25 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOK DADE COl NTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. ARTHUR 8EMIGRAN. Plaintiff, vs. ANNETTE SB.MIOKA.V I ..iiidant. TO. ANNETTE SEMIORAN RICHMOND HILL 1, NEW YORK YOU ARE 11EKEHV KEQI lRh to iile an Appearance or Plead in the above acUon for divorce on or before June 21. 19^: otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered anliiatypu. Liatedthia^thda.^May.^. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) BURNETT ROTH Attorney for P.a-n Iff 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida i,21-2H 6/1-11 II. RICE. Deputy JR., Clerk.



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PAGE TWELVE +Jeistincrfif/**r FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1949 (z^a Gradyd?3on •""v" xcrdses fte'd *> i"""V *h M?rtfnq Miami Bench Jewish Center will !l >ld i's eii''-' Annual Coifirmation Fxerc-es on Sun • p-orninK. June 13. nt 9 o'clock bbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual '• of the congregation will deliver the charge to the confirmands. Members of the Conati n Class who have complete '. their stipulated course n' study and will participate in the service of religious consecration on Shevuoth morning include: Sui I Ighter "f Mrs. Hollo Ulilt; A' : la ighter <'f Mr. and Mra ABriok; Suzanne Joy, daughter of M i Mra Irving Herts; Diane Students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sunday and Hebrew classes who will receive scholarship Awards. SECRETARIAL SERVICE Typing Dictation Form Letters Circulars. Advertising Mailed Envelopes Addressed Reasonable Rates PHONE 3-4636 FOR RENT Cool 3-Bedroom House June 15th to October 15th Spacious Grounds— Reasonable Rental 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-1312 For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director. Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA ightei of Mr and Mrs. Prank ighter of Mr. anil ravi hli k. Pearl Cooklo, 1 Mrs. Ben Perlln; %  I.llynn da ightei %  •( Mi and Mi Sehulman: Bernard, snn e Jover. Grade "—Clifford Pried. Joseph Glnsb< i | 0 ill7-B -Martha Becker. Joan Flirman, Janice Klein. Beverly Hader. Edna May Irvine i'.: art.'—Richard Jahlon. Marvin Marlene Bertman. Jerry Klonaky Confirmation—Mareia Kpltxer, Iaabel Tanenkvim, Sue Blitt HIGH SCHOOL FOR JEWISH STUDIES flloi I Oi dman, S.lma Kaufman. .t,,an >>herot1. Ina Rattet. Doris B bll Knsenbaum. HEBREW SCHOOL n i!c i-Al—Sanford Levy. le 1-Al'—Matthew Wilson. Alan ; rei v '.' n. Larry Lipchlnsky Grade 11:1 Beverly Hader, Carl -man. Larry' Klaael. le l-R— Allan Lewis. Pictured above is the confirmation class of the Center. limn nil!,, %  Hill %  % %  I ml nun mill l %  i III %  ;n"iii s llllllll %  mill t uiiill ii nmn ii iiihn IIIIII Mil ml llllll erg, M-nioe Alechman. D-Al— Joe Brown, 1 Slrkin. 2-A1—Robert Vogel, Miakln, Ormde Bialeclc Grade :-E—Rita Klonaky, :.• y. Michael Hutter. Grade 3—Herbert Kajilan. Nash. Grade t—Howard Katzen Uradt '—Marvin Gerber. Stuart Edwin Melvln s mdra Martin "Hymie Sez" The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. Life Insurance Ertatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT G OS Metropolitan LI'a Ina. Ce. •07 Blacayne Bldg. Ph. 3-16 or 4-M81 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS TEMPLE ISAIAH of MIAMI BEACH Newly organized REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION Announces Opening Services of Dedication and Installation of RABBI DAVID RAAB By Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on Friday Evening, June 11th at 8:15 P.M. at 4925 Coital A vs.. Miami Beach Thepublic is cordially Invited Specials at every day prices. Gardenias, 25 cents; Carnations SI.00 per dozen: Floral Arrangements from S2.00 to $5.00: Wedding Bouquets from S5.00 and up: Corsages from $.75 and up. Fresh flowers at all times. "Hymie Sez" Au revoir. "I am on rry way to South America to contact orchid growers for a steady supply of their choicest blooms to sell from S2.00 and up." Special on Dish Gardens this week. Grown to sell at $5.00. "Hymie Sez" take them away at a deuce. Don't forget we are corsage specialists for Weddings, En-j f gagement parties. Confirmations, and as a special treat for the "little woman." Hymie on his return trip will contact growers of top quality Roses and other blooms for his many lovers of choice cut and Potted Plants. Frier.ds of Hymie can be assured that his trip will be successful and they will bene fit from his knowledge of the florist business. Hymie will return with something rare and beautiful for lovers of Tropical Blooms. ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF Mendelsohn'} STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant FRIDAY. JUNE 18th, AT 4 P.M. 1301 Collina Ave., Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE TELEPHONE 5-9085 IP. COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Con Buy Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach GIVE DAD THE FINEST FOR FATHERS DAY Hymie is leaving his businesr in the very capable hands of his efficient staff, ar.d a visit to the LITTLE TIGERS FLOWER SHOP" on Miami Beach at 1438 Drexel Ave. will be a treat long to be remembered. Open eve nir.gs and Sundays for your convenience. Adv. Genuine Forstmcmn Silk Gabardine Slacks—Values to $40.00 Silk Gabard'ne Suits Values to S125.00 Tropical Slacks Actual Values to S16.50 ustom Made Sport Shirts alues to S12.00 SOA00" $ 65 SJ50 $O50 7 to $roo s 75 00 SA50 $"150 WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT SHORT RISE SLACKS A SPECIALTY £T 1 *„. ^V'GUST BROS ftyj thi *f \ r MFRS. OUTLET 1628 Pennsylvania Ave.—Jurt Off Lincoln Road Open Dally 9-6—Clotad Sunday, Until Saptamtcr In Philadelphia Sine* 1908 % % 



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PAGE FOUR +Jenist ncrkHar FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943 EDITORIAL The Mundt BUI As Justice William O. Douglas recently put it: "A people indifferent to their civil liberties do not deserve them, and in this revolutionary age may not be expected to keep them long." It is later than most people think and it can happen in this country if Americans are not sufficiently vigilent against those who would rob our nation of its democratic heritage. Ostensibly the Mundt-Nbcon bill is intended to fight native communism exposure; but even a superficial examination of it will immediately reveal that its passage would prove a fatal blow to the Bill of Rights and would open the gates to unrestricted thought-control and Gestapo-like tactics. We have and have had for a long time sufficiently efiect.vely laws against conspiracy and treason which have been brought into action when ever and wherever the occasion arose. To invest the Attorney General with extraordinary powers which will permit him to get around the Bill of Rights and to act arbitrarily whenever he pleases without due process of trial, evidence. personal testimony, etc., is the first step toward totalitarianism, which the bill is supposed to oppose. "The Mundt Bill," Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, declared, "proposes to 'control' dangers to democracy by totalitarian methods; and thus it all.es itself with the spirit of the very forces it purports to expose. The very real danger inherent in the legislation is the fact that it would sacrifice the sacred rights guaranteed American ciLzens by the Constitution." *Mr/!//v BRITAIN'S NEUTRALITY f ndvrstanding The "Save the State of Israel" appeal raised sufficient funds to put the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal over the top. A million and a half is a lot o: dollars to raise in the Greater Miami area. We must realize that the increase over last year's f.gure of S920 000 is tremendous. Too much credit cannot be given to Abe Goodman and Jake Sher who spurred the score of ardent workers to success. As the truce for Palestine becomes effective, the United Nations organization is faced with the necessity of establishing its ability to take action and have that action respected. Shevuoth, or the Feast of Weeks, is observed this Sunday and Monday. Historically this occasion commemorates the giving of the Ten Commandments to the children of Israel. It implies an understanding for law and order, for righteousness and justice. Let us hope that out of the deliberations of the United Nations will come that understanding in the fullest sense of its meaning. Without Respect When Zionist* attack British policy there is always the rejoinder that they are interested parties incapable of objective judgment. We wonder what rejoinder the rulers of 10 Downinq Street will make to Gerard Swope's sweepinq denunciation of Britain's "vacillating, reprehensible and non-constructive" Palestine policy. The elder Mr. Swope is not known to have particularly favored the Zionist cause. But as an American with a sense of justice he was outraged by the perfidious course which Britain has been pursu ng with regard to Palestine. Ar.d as a believer in the United Nations as an instrument lor peace and international justice, he was deeply disturbed by Britain's defiance of the U.N. Palestine course. Not a man who rushes to public print, Mr. Swope held his thoughts and feelings to himself. But when the first opportunity presented itself, he seized upon it to lash out against Britain in words that were as statesmanlike as they were dignified. This he did by making public a letter declining an invitation to accept the award of Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, one of the highest British decorations, because, as he said, "in this last year, however, in spite of the repeated recommendations of several commissions of your own government, of an American-British commission, and then finally of the action of the United Nations of a separate state in Palestine, the vacillatinq, reprehensible and non-constructive attitude of your government has left me without respect for its position." Those are strong words. But they represent the sentiments of decent people everywhere. They certainly represent the feelings of the American people. Miami First To Celebrate Issuance Of 'Four-Chaplain' Memorial Sta mps EH 4$niy. Box The troopship SS I in the N rth Atlanti F ruary 1943., On I four chaplsi.-.s of | rgeL. Fox and :-: v I • %  I % % %  : n the ship wa of th< febelt t it thi m Thi 1. hands and pr t thi 1 rod the; all struggling 1 %  • %  .• :>nded in G-.v the picture ene cr.d hearts as the S. S th th waves The U. S. Post Offici lhaplain •.; • itj in the Unite I Stati • Miami'sTelevision Future Jane 3. RabCol ? (Temple 1 the st T levisioi Its 1 %  sent and It^ F .__.. a! l o n the steps of the irt H at that ti Reviewed By Engineers lion Mi r ling at Temple Israel. A quesi I foil • • talks ( by Robe:t Venn and Earl Lewis. stati n manage) ; %  .-. t Ti li •• %  • n Statl r. WTYJ .-.r. : T -'-%  Epsteir of the U.S. Television Corp rati n V --revi a'.ed that the first _: • jn to go on the %  '•• ^ .• rVJ, around the last of August. He expressed the belief that by • there would be well sets in the various M inv large.V. irti i| ting in thi • d by the Junior C merce. v.. I asti son. who ; :' F ur-Cl '•' • Floyd of Mi irr.i th< '-• %  v.' one and Coopei testant Chap: it an I ene li ti n Father Philbin, former Cal Chapl. gave thi Q. Why do some Jews stay awake t\\ night on the eve of A This custom is said to stem from an interesting bit of Midrasc'ric lore. The Midrash t-at on the night when the Torah was to be given to M :nt Sinai, the Jews lee] ing peacefully a-d enag nee of a pleasant Tune night Moses had to e^ | % % %  use them from their t^ awaken them and n thi preparation.* • eventful presentation of e Torah at M -r.t Sir.ii, Since thpthe pe^D'.e of Israe' (rives 1 t it has awak •^ned t i its responsibilities, and • need the thunder of • from lethargy. plished by remainin the symgogue on and reciting • r t • Bible and frorr he Tal minds have this tual to that of anxious bridegroom the "ight befo-e the I • Ut sleep rushing ute preparations. Thi f the Torai; with Seven Points In Truce Agreement LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA^—The text of a seven-point agreement between the Provisional Government of Israel and Count Folke Bernadotte. UN. mediator in Palestine, governing the admissior. of immigrants to Israel and their treatment after reaching the country during the period of the Serurity Council four-week cease'ire was submitted to the U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie by Aubrey Eban. Israeli representative at Lake Success. The agreement, which was also cabled the U.N. by Bernadotte, provides that: 1. The Provisional Government of Israel shall notify the mediator in advance of the date ar.d the port of embarkation of every immigrant transport. 2. Its representatives will cooperate with the mediator in searching ships: if practical, at Iways beer, compared ports of embarkation; otherwise. 11 ing of two lovers on|on arrival. • Iding day. Shavuos is cedding anniversary in red literature and we >how Fecti it bv remaining le right on the eve [ thi inn %  • sary. %  .nations have been mace >nd bars throughout entertainment jThursdaj I I Miami. MtJ Director Sent To Tokvo Events And Israel Broward Court'. Frien >f the Haganah sponsored a dance ar.d :" the Army. Kenneth Colonial Inn whii e |C. 1 lurced the ar Dr. Her': c-rt Lee rial cable "connecting Mifor the Jewish a:.irector of the Comarni wood. Calif, is now ish organizations which arrttng-. • E ; 1 tional Orgamza bfch^tt^eT Auiui jjij^" Kronish aS *** Speak STS'SMS* staSr.saS C the A net total of over S26.000 was Civil Information and Education imp of the coax'al cable and when gained to aid the state of Israel Secti H ters, Suoreme theU booster' stations are comby the gigantic show staged by Commandei f r the Allied Pow coast-to-coast network Barry Gray, radio commentator e rv. Tokyo. Japan, according to W Gottschall. dii ector short the benefit affair invited Rabbi tions foi the National Conference of C and Jews, as ReEduca*. iser to the -ows will be carried by local and disc jockey Saturday night And:. television stations, he revealed, in the bar.dshell of Flamingo park, of Florida Area of the NCCJ. 3. Immigrants found in possession of arms shall be disembarked, and if they arrive, they will not be admitted. 4. Arrivals during the tirst week of truce shall be regulated according to the mediator's capacity to handle transport. 5. Men of military age during the cease-fire shall be kept in hostels and camps and work centers where they can be effectively supervised with a view to ensuring no recruiting and no training. 6 If the Cyprus ban is removed, Israel's immigration program during the cease-fire will concentrate mainly on the evacuation of Cyprus. 7. Regarding European transports, the Provisional Government will strive to maintain normal age composition. Gables Bowling Teams Seek Competitors Coral Gables lodge. B'nai B'rith bowling league held their annual banquet yesterday at Harvey's Grill. More than 60 attended the dinner culminating a successful 1948 bowling Alvin Corenblum and Eugene Seidler were co-chairmen of the | affair. The Gables bowling ti ams have issued a challenge to other B'nai B'rith groups in the area f fall and winter tournament. Anyone interested is referred to Alvin Corenblum, at 4-3311. Joint Congress Meeting Greater Miami men's chapter of the American Jewish Congress and the Miami w s group will meet jointly in Temple Israel Monday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will review Carrie McWilliam Mask for Privilege." R ments will be served. This is to be the final meeting of both groups until the fall. Published every Friday sines' 7 J\ uV The Jewish Floridian at 1 ZC P %  Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida ft"; tered as second-class matter J'.ly %  1*30, at the Post Office cf d'am". Fla., under the Act of March J '' %  The Jewish Florldlan has or0, J •he Jewish Unity and the J •" Weekly. Member of the Jewish nje-l oraphic Agency. Seven Arti F '"•>"] Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service National Editorial AssociaS on. m B| can Association of Eno'l"*J e "'*. I Newspaoers. Florida Press Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 300 Tw Veara 5 -_ FRED K. SHOCriTT Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-82H OFTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 *HSfif l FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 19 48 SIVAN 4, 5708



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PAGE EIGHT %  Jen 1st florkfton FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1948 Personally Speaking... Charles M. Freefield of 1620 S.W. 4th St. is convalescing at Pratt General hospital after an internal operation. -* Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Spilka of 337 N.E. 28th St. have had his mother, Mrs. Martin Spilka, Sr., and several other members of the immediate family, all from Pittsburgh, visiting them this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solomon, students at Georgia univers:ty, are spending several days at the Shorecrest hotel, Miami Beach, visiting family and friends, before they return for summer session at Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Catsman of 2320 S.W. 21st Ave. left this week for Higgins Lake, Roscommon, Michigan, where they will spend the summer. Enroute they are stopping in Detroit and Flint Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper of 1600 S.W. 16th Ave. announce the birth of a son, Sidney Alan, May 29 in Jackson Memorial hosp.tal. +c Mr. and Mrs. Sol M. Gutstein of 3010 S.W. 19th Ter. are leaving for Chicago Tuesday after the holidays. They plan to return October 15. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Aberman are holding a reception for friends tonight in their home, 820 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach, in honor of their new granddaughter, Jill Diane Aberman, born to Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Aberman, 1995 Marseilles Drive. May 25 in St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Edgar Joseph, maternal grandparent from Evansville, Indiana, is visiting the family here for the occasion. -W In Philadelphia now for the 25th anniversary reunion of his class at the University of Pennsylvania is Dr. A. E. Rosenthcl of DiLido Island. Mrs. William Loeb of 1937 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, left Saturday for California to spend the summer. Her husband and son will ioin her in several weeks. -w Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger of New York City are vis ting Mrs Unger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose at 1400 Lenox Ave. -* On an auto trip North for the month are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg and their children. -* Mrs. Lester Hart of Miami Beach entertained a group of friends at luncheon on Tuesday. + Mr. and Mrs. Jules Perlman left this week for Boston. Mr. Perlman is the newly elected president of Temple Israel. M M %  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank of Di Lido Island left for New York this week where they will spend a few weeks at Grossinger's to celebrate their wedding anniversary. They are to leave on the Queen Mary July 9 for a 2-month trip to Europe. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand of Rivo Alto Isle announce the arrival of a new baby. -* Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Furman have moved into their new home on Rivo Alto Isle. -* Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz entertained at an open house Thursday. + Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel and son, Marvin, left by plane yesterday for Los Angeles, Calif., to v.sit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greenberg. Mrs. Greenberg is the former Miss Natalie Frankel. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Auslander are in New York City. He is expected to return next week. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Morty Fay have left for New York where they will spend several weeks. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gordon are in Chicago for a combined business and pleasure trip. %  • %  Mr and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg left Tuesday for their summer vacation in New York City and the Catskill mountains. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei accompanied by their daughter Naomi left for New York this week with members of the family who came here to be present at the unveiling of memor als to Queenie Stella and Leo Machtei last Sunday in M; Nebo cemetery. Services for the deceased, who were killed n year ago in a tragic plane crash, were recited before the immediate family. The rabbi is expected to return to Miami June 20. Mrs. Leonore Curtice of Miami has as her houseguests her mother, Mrs. Sarah Pearl, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. H. B^ Pear with her two children. Nancy Jean and John Curtice.Pearl all from New York City. The visitors were here to aendthe^ciduation of Mrs. Curtice's two daughters, Beverly and Patnaa, from Miami Senior High school tonight. %  + Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, HendersonvUle, N C from Miami are Mr. and Mis. S. I. Spector. Mr. and Mrs. I. Spencer and Miss Martha Fabrikant. Miss Sheldyne Arons Arons-Lelrhuk Troth Revealed Announcement was made at a family dinner party June 6 in Manning's restaurant by Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Arons of 1152 N.W. 6th St. of the engagement of their daughter. Sheldyne Frances, to Sheldon Neal Lclchuk. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk of 1414 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. Miss Arons, a Patricia Vance model, is a graduate of Miami Senior High school. She will commence her studies at the University of Miami in the fall. Mr. Lelchuk attended the University of Wisconsin and N( w York university. A senior at the University of Miami Law he is a member of Beta Epsilon law fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Junior Hadassah Dan*es To Aid Orphan Village Fust of a series of summer dances to be given, by Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah will take place tomorrow evening in the Atlantis hotel. According to Miss Roslyn Worth, the June Jamboree is not only being staged to enable youth people of the community to gather for an evening of dancing and entertainment, but to raise additional funds for the Meier Shfeyah orphan children's village in Palestine which receives its sole support from Junior Hadassah. Assisting Miss Worth is Miss Fried Ankus. who has planned a program of surprise entertain: ment in addition to the profes-1 sional acts provided by the Atlantis. Miss Roslyn Elbaum is in charge of correspondence; Miss Florence Hildebrandt, arrangements: and Miss Trudi Lach, publicity. Tickets for SI may be purchased from any member of the sponsoring organization or at the door the night of the dance. Spiegelman, Yateman In David Bar Mitzvahs Max Spiegelman, son of Mr. i Mis. Natr.an H. Spiegelman of 375 S.W. 20th Rd. was Bar Mitzvah last Saturday in Beth Di.vid synagogue followed by a recepiioii lor l.iends and members of the congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Sidney H. Yateman, son of Mrs Jeanette Yateman of 945 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah Thursday morning at 8 a.m. in Beth David. Officiating at the ceremony were Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mumches. A reception followed. Dorffs Are Hosts A farewell party was given last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kaufman of Pittsburgh by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff of 850 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The 30 gutsts assembled heard musical selections by Mrs. Kaufman as well as a choir renditions lead bv the host. Mrs. Stepkin Hostess To Pioneer Women Mrs. Mary Stepkin was hostess to a luncheon for the Pioneer Women. Club No. 1. June 3. at her home, 960 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. She was assisted by Mrs. Leon Elkins. More than 40 women heard Miss Sonia Gerber deliver several of her original poems. Mrs. Mania Shubow also read a com• n by Sholem Aleichem on Shevuoth. A substantial sum was raised by Mrs. M. Yunes and Mrs. Israel Frederick for the Pioneer Emergency Fund. Farband Shevuoth Party A shevuoth festival is being sponsored jointly by the Bialick and Ben Gurion biant'.cs of Hie Jewish National Workers Alliance for Saturday, June 19. at the Miami Beach YMHA. The public is invited to the affair which begins at 8:30 p.m. ^^^ Mrs. Harold Moss Moss' Honeymooning At Miami Beach Now honeymooning in Mian-,; Beach are the former Miss Suzanne Iva Hamburger and Harold Norman Moss who exchanged vows last Saturday in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hamburger in Detroit. Mich. Mr. Moss is the son oi M; and Mrs. Erving A. Moss. 3725 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Charles F. Colman was matron of honor for her sister, while a cousin, Miss Sola Jane Hamburger, was junior bridesmaid. Robert Sheldon Hamburg: served as best man and Harvi y Joel Hamburger and Charles F. Colman, ushers. Photography at its best! Opening Special 1-8x10 PORTRAIT Colored in Oils $1.00 (Until June 15th Only) The New EASTVIEW STUDIO Photography Milton-Lee Lenny Feldman 1518 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH CATERING "KOSHER STYLE" by "STRAUSS" Excellent Jewish Catering at Leading Hotels Synagogues Private Homes Weddings • Bar Mitzvas Banquets • Dinners Sweet Table • Butfetts ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS "No extra charge for use of Banquet Room for Wedding Ceremony when using our Catering Service." George L. Strauss Exclusive Jewish Catering Moderate Prices 540 West Ave. 5-4450 MIAMI BEACH



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PAGE SIXTEEN rJmlst rtcrktlar) FRIDAY, JUNE 11. !3 Center Launches Membership Drive Leo Eisenstein and Samuel Friedland have been named cochairmen of a ten day membership drive for the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, according to Joseph M. Rose, president. With the congregation scheduled to enter its new building at 17th St. and Washington Ave. this fall, a goal of 200 additional members has been set to augment the 500 families now on the rolls of the synagogue, the only Conservatie congregation on Miami Beach. Team captains are Joseph M. Rose. Samuel Katz, Harold Turk, Alfred Stone, Leo Eisenstein, George J. Talianoff, Samuel Lipton. Ed Singer, Oscar Mamber. Samuel Friedland, Louis Freeman and Sidney Cans. Gables Women Close Season With Luncheon A closing "Good Will Meeting" ar.d card social will feature a \ luncheon sponsored by the Coral Gables Women of B'nai B'rith Tuesday, 12:30 p.m. at the Pied Piper restaurant. 2860 Coral Way. Community service programs for the fall will be discussed and a report on the district convention will be made by Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president. Co-chairmen of the luncheon tie Mesdames Anne Rossar.t. Mildred Suss; they will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph Rogers and Mrs, Irving Mattlin. Annual Beth David Breakfast At Manning's David Mer.'s club is sponsoring their annual Father-Child breakfast to be held Father's day, June 20. at 10 a.m. The affair will be held at Manning's restaurant. 829 Biscayne Blvd. According to Moe Feingold, chairman of arrangements, all rs must be accompanied by their children to be admitted. Serving on his committee are Bernard A. Sterling. Sol Rovin, Sidney Lefcourt. Ed Safer and Alex Stiebel. Reservations may be made by calling Feingold or Congregation Beth David office. Zionists Hold Discussion Groups In ordtr to establish closer contact among fellow members of the Miami Beach Zionist district, three areas of discussion groups have been set up in Miami Beach to meet simultaneously June 14 at 8:30 p.m. Under th< auspices of the district office, Zionists of the North Beach area will meet in Temple Beth Sholom with S. A. Goodman chairman; Central Beach at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center with Jack Burris; and South Beach at Congregation Beth Jacob with Martin Genet. Program for all three gatherings will be the discussion of the latest events in Palestine. Mendelsohn's Restaurant Re-opens With Additions Mi-ndelsor.n's Strictly Kosher Restaurant, 1301 Collins Ave., anlunce the re-openirg of the dining room next Friday at four o'clock. Mr. Mendelsohn stated the restaurant has been enlarged and redecorated during the past month. A free parking lot for customers has been arranged in the rear of the building. Beer ar.d wires will be served in the establishment which is now aircooled. Gathered above are the first group of permanent leaders for the newly organized Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Ir the front row (left to right) are Mrs. James Segal, corresponding secretary; Sam Weber, president; and Mrs. Samuel Kirshner, recording secretary. Standing in the back are Herman Feldman. vice president, and Leo Rothstem. treasurer. Rosengarten's Familiar To Many Visitors One of Florida's oldest organizations for the care and storage of fur coats and pieces. I. Rosen garten's modest but efficient establishment is well known to almost as many northern visitors as to permanent Miamians. According to Henry Rosengarten, present operator, the firm deals as far south as Ecuador and throughout the state. Free inand-out service as well as pick up and delivery are assured their patrons, Rosengarten explains, as an attraction to their extensive tourist trade. Specializing in the bleaching of white furs, the plant on the premises is equipped for glazing, religning, remodeling, etc. Boasting the onlv certified cold storage plant for the City of Miami and one of three in all South Florida, Rosengarten maintains a 38 degree temperature in his vaults at all times. The concern "looks after" furs of every size, shape and quality, he elaborated, in the same location where it was originated by I-aac Rosengarten 21 years ago, when the founder moved here from Connecticut. Debbs Attend BBYW District Convention Misses Donna Feldman, Roslyn Morris and Thelma Rappaport represented Debbs chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women last weekend at the 5th district convention of BBYW in Baltimore. Following the conclave. Miss Morris and Miss Rappaport travelled to New York where they met two other DEBBS on vacation. Miss Margery Weinstein and Miss Sylvia Zagoria. Miss Paula Lach, treasurer of the national organizations of BBYW, will represent the local group at the forthcoming national convention. Beach League Opposes Mundt-Nixon Bill A resolution opposing thi passage of the Mundt-Nixon hid was unanimously adopted bv th !" Civic League of Miami Beach 1 their regular meeting, j Une Stating that the league i s u n %  alterably opposeu to the spread! of communism," the resolution! attacked the bill as "a dangerous! tendency to place too much disj cretionary power to decide whieK organizations are subversive the Attorney General and in thel department heads of the Federal! government." It described thel proposed legislation as "an at-l tempted abridgement and i n I fringement of free speech and| thought." We Carry a Full Line ail Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE—WHITE FISH—BUFFALO AND CARP Lake Trout. Smelts when in season. Also all Southern Fish W4> Grind Your Fish Free You Are Cordially Invited to Visit and See This New Sanitary Market 147 N.W. 5th St. Miami PHONE 82-4202 Mrs. Harry Kaufman, out-going president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women, is shown presenting a check for SI.000 to Harold Turk for the Hillel foundation at the University of Miami. The presentation was made during a recent luncheon in the Shelborn hotel. Turk is president of the Hillel Advisory council. Ardmore l'hi>i< Center Students Hold L'ag B'omer Picnic Students of the Miami Beach Community Center together with their parents, celebrated L'ag B'omer with the traditional picnic in Greynolds park May 30. Program of the day included games, boating ar.d other athletic activities followed by luncheon served by a Sisterhood committee under the direction of Mrs George Goldberg. Late afternoon "rained in" activities were led by Fred Berkovitz, Marion Cohen ind Joseph Schreibman. Jerry Carver and Randy Polansky <>; the Miami Beach Y directed the athetics for the aay. Assisting Mrs. Goldberg with arrangements were a Sistl I committee consisting ol Mrs. M. Bloom, Mrs. Harry Bodenstein. Mrs. Ted Hankoff, Mr. and Mrs Phil Abrarr.s and Mr. and Mrs Harry Rogers. 'w VBN vn xra. •^oiixpio s *9*tyov nn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 Sheruoth The Jewisn Floridian will be closed Sunday and Monday because of the Shevuoth days. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER L lO EISENSTEIN • Realty Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairi AT. 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J AGE TEN rJenisti fhriciian _. PBIDAY, 1UME 11 Recently installed officers of the Miami Beach Chapter. American Jewish Congress, are shown at their installation luncheon held last month. President Mrs. Leonard Glickman. is seated in the center. Others are (standing left to right) Mrs. Harold Turk, guest; Mrs. Martha Maurer. corresponding sec: Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum. financial sec; Mrs. Clarence Cohn, outgoing president; Mrs. Saul Broida, Mrs. John Soifer, rice presidents; Mrs. Frederick Grossberg, recording sec; Mrs. William Loeb, vice president; Mrs. Irwin Teplis. corresponding sec. (Seated) Mrs. Irving Swift, sec; Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Florida Women's Division; Mrs. Glickman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, vice presidents. Not shown in picture is Mrs. Harry Koretsky, auditor. Friendship Train To Israel Planned By New York Committee, To Tour Country An American Friendship Train to Israel will shortly tour the nation to collect food and supplies for the embattled people of Israel, is sponsored by the Friendship Train Committee's with temporary headquarters in New Y rk. Hon. William O'Dwyer, mayor of the City of New V rk and Hon. Sol. Bloom, representative from New York, head the committee. Am I %  • participating on the committee at the present time Louis Lipsky. chairman of the executive committee of Amertl Jewish Conference D Beryl Manischewitz, William F. Taryears of struggle for independence. Israel today represents more than merely a refuge for the physically and spiritually displaced Jews of Europe. It represents a moral force in the world that must not be allowed to flounder through apathy or inaction on our part. "Prompt aid and substantial aid can help ease this burden. The American Friendship Train to Israel will provide that aid as a gesture of friendship and recognition from one-liberty-1 iving nation to another. I call upon every American to give generously of vitally needed supplies Allen Luncheon Guest Judge Wayne Allen' of the Dade County Court of Crimes will address the members of the Sholerr. Lodge. B'nai B'rith at their weekly luncheon meeting, Friday, 12:lf p.m., June 11 in the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. : -v. Harry Hershfield, Mrs. Israel '£ hen the American Friendship i Train to Israel reaches his city i or town." in, Philip R. Phillips, Rubinson and Herman ieb. "At :'r.:s crucial moment in the of our times, when a e for democracy :• -i :n a fight four survival, every American should i :ts suppDrt with matei evidence of friendship and aid," F.> p. Bloom declared. "There is j historic parallel to our own i :. !y history in Israel's struggle itself as the spearhead of '.eedom and progress in the East. 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BSa^HSB FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948 -Uni%t lh,Hl,r PAGE ELEVEN Dr. Andron Repl • • Bv DR. DAVID S. ANDRON Dr. Andron, communal leader and president of the Hebrew Academy, replies to Harry Simonholf. Jewish Flondian columnist. nature of an institution, or to realize its genuinely progressive character ar.d deep-rooted Americanism without having been there in the first place. It is therefore, not surprising that I have read with^ interest the there are persons in whose minds there lurk some preconceived nocolumn by Harry Simonhoff in t<-e issue of Friday, June 4, about the Hebrew Academy. I appreciate his kind personal reference to my effort and activity on behalf of the academy, and sincerelv welcome his request for enlightenment and clarification ;, ; out the various issues which he has raised. At the outset may I say. that his allusion to "Dr. Andron's HeAcademy" is neither valid nor accurate. The Hebrew Academy is, a communally sponsories aim. our courses should exemplirv this furdamental difertnee; they should be fundamentally Catholic. Our Holy Father, Pius XL has set the goal for us: 'In order that a school may accord with the rights of the church and of the Christian family and be a lit place for Catholic students, it ,_„ is necessary that all the ti aching i'.'" h^rr h Cr ^ m r rW,th \ nd thC wholc organisation the basic philosophy of acathe school and its teachers svlladnies in general, or with the bus. and textbooks in" every branch, be regulated by the Christian spirit under the direction and > aternal supervision of the church; so that religion may be in very truth the foundation and crown of the youth's entire training"." tions about what the Hebrew Academy really is. To these peoactual reality of our own local institution, there has arisen an imaginary composite of illusions nd rumors and fears which, to say the least, have no basis whatsoever in fact. Contrary to Mr. Simonhoff's confused impre (I say this only by his own admission), The Hebrew Academyis not a parochial school; the public school is not the sole "bulod non profit i wark of American Democracy;" educational inthe academy does not "segregate our children from the stream o! American life"; and finally and affirmatively, the academy constitutes one of the finest expressions and instrumentalities for the advancement of true American education and democracy. Academy Not Parochial School The characterization of an academy as a parochial school is stitution, founded by a group of leaders in our city and not the peculiar possession or concern Dr. Andron of any one individual. I am happy to occupy the office of president, which, as Mr. Simonhoff has indicated is without any financial reward" whatsoever, and again to contribute as of my experience, background, funds and any ability tl ,t I may possess to the progress of a school, the importance ol 'Inch our community is just Ming to genuinely appreand understand. To those parents and leaders of t e community who have visited i e academy and have become acquainted with the modern aph and program of this ol, no description or analysis is required to prove the merit or superiority of its educatior.eil form and pattern. I believe that even in Mr. Simonhoff's article. have created two illusions: first, thai if the academy is a parochial KCPOol it is therefore identical with the Catholic parochial school; and second, that if this be so, then the religious nature of the institution permeates the entire secular training and American spirit which we all cherish so highly. Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin. noted educator and author, in discussing this very subject in the May 28, 1948 issue of t^e Congress Weekly, states: "In point of fact, however, there is no similarity between the Catholicthere is implicit an admission '.parochial schools and Jewish day I the cultural achievement of | schools. "Parochial meal* confined or restricted to a parish. definitely in error and without text books are our text book:, foundation. By applying the use their syllabus is our syllabus. Our of this term to academies, people teachers are all licensed bv the all a broad and fundamentally democratic tradition of the American spirit. It is perfectly obvious, therefore, that the parochial quality is alien and foreign to the entire idea, philosophy and con 'net of the Hebrew Academy Supplementary to the rich ane. progressive American education available at the academy, this institution offers also a supi riot and comprehensive Hebrew training which consists of studies in Hebrew language, Hebrew litera '.ure, past and contemporary Jewish history, Hebrew music and art, laws and customs of the Jewish laith, Bible and Talmud. It is a basic educational program wit! "mphasis on the cultural, historic, as well as the moral, and spiritual heritage of the Jewisl people. The cuiriculum is essen.ir.lly a broad and liberal one. The students who attend the aca'emy come from some of the ine aim of the Hebrew Acamost representative American iomy in the educational proJewish homes in the communitv, gram, however, is altogether dishories that are conservative as similar. It is "not confined or re-' — stricted" or related to any synagogue, temple or religious institution. The secular curriculum of the Hebrew Academy, aside from the fact that it offers a more I ; bundant secular program and presents a more progressive ap-1 proach toward modern education, follows the prescribed requirements of the County and State Boards of Education.' Their well as orthodox, reform as well as liberal, and yet others with no leligious affiliation at all. The (Continued on Page 14) Aim of the Academy •MINK PtfNTf OF Wan r CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 6-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c ft.. tilll. Uiyytil) Board of Public Instruction of the State of Florida, and are not nee ssarily of the Jewish faith. Finally, the secular branch of t( academy education is not regulated or circumscribed by any special text books authored by leligious educators or approved by any authoritative religious body. 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1948 +JmMhihrAMui PAGE NINE Hadassoh Group I Seeks New Linen „ vid Professional Wom^Sion of Hadassah. Mlh S S Chapter, will hold its I*" meeting on Monday night. i* xt J .itthe Miami Beach Y. EffyBoad, Miss LUli* Good' nrcsidinR' %  ££ne Wi* their pro,ects diI J'lo aid the embattled state 'jjC 1 the group will launch /drive for a collection of ftSS to be shipped to the .£i hand first-aid stations in gf All members and friends; rked to attend this meeting 5h their contribution*, and con Sutions of linen from members ., the community. roller plans arc to be made L tfc. meeting for the dar.ee and l tes to be held by the group &te Plaza hotel June 19. Guested the evening will be rantor Jacob Y. Goldrmg of the rami Beach Jewish Community ftE,and Mr, Dorothy Fink rf the Speakers Bureau of the liied Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Fink S have as her theme "The Current Strife in Israel and the Cause of the Jewish People. Members of the organization nil also hear selections by the nevfy organized Choral Group order the direction of Mrs. Beatrice Karg Their program is called "SonRs of Our People." All members and those wishing to join, are urged to attend. Habonim Plans BoatridV To Aid Xeodv loath In an effort to aid Jewish youth less fortunate than themKJTCS, the Habonim group of Miami arc sponsoring a boatride. June 14. proceeds of which are It provide sc olarships for needy boys and girls to Camp Mosh in Annapolis. Md. According to Jerry Schulman. in charge ol publicity, the local rout'-. Zionist members have been ng f( r weeks in preparation for the affair. Under the chairmanship of Miss Yvettc Margulies arrangements have beer, made for entertainment, including Palestinian folk songs and dances, as well as nusic for dancing and refreshments. Leaving Pier 6 at 8:15 p.m. Monday evening, the Seminole Queen II will tour Biscayne Bay before its return. Tickets for $1 plus tax may be purchased at the pier. Established locally for almost lour years, the Habonim includes young men and women between the ages of 18 and 22, and meets every Sunday in Beth David synagogue. Max Romberg Max Romberg Appears Here Max Romberg, well-known Jewish actor of New York, and company will appear in Sholom Aleichem's comedy "Der Yidd Fun Kaarilweke" on Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Workmen's Circle auditorium, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Romberg, who made his first appearance in New York in 1916. has made many coast-to-coast and continental stage tours and has received acclaim on the au' thenticity of his Jewish character', delineations, which he presents %  in full costume and make-up. Thf* program w'lll include other selections from Sholom Aleichem. David Pinski, Osip Dimow and' others. A musical program of j Jewish folk songs will also be; given. Tickets will be on sale at the door the night of the performance. Sholom Temple "onfirmands Present Cantata Confirmation class of Temple Beth Sholom will present a cantata Sunday on the theme "What Is Judaism?"' written by Rabbi Leon Kronlsh. Musical portions have been prepared by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Certificates of confirmation will be presented by President Sam Lachman to Mae Dorfman, Gary Gerson, Herman Greenglass, Fern Hoffman. Laurence Mamlet, Ronald Seiden, Marilyn Fishman, Le ter Green, Vicki Ellen German, Judith L. Krensky, Daniel Miller and Barton Udell. Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the school roard, will announce confirmands and Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president of the Sisterhood, will present each with an inscribed white Bible. Parents ol the gi actuate: are to hold a reception for th< congregation immediately after the service and to be hosts to the confirmands and their friends t:.at evening at a dance in the patio. Mrs. Alfred A. Mamlet and Mrs. Jack Udell are in charge of the dance Minting Features 'King Cotton' Miss Christine Ray, colorologist, and editor of the Miami Visitor Guest Book magazine will speak on "Color in Your Life" at a membership cotton party sponsored by the Emma Lazarus chapter, Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, Thursday, 9 p.m., at the Hyde Park hotel, Miami Beach. Theme of the evening's festivities will be "King Cotton," according to Miss Dorothy Rader. chairman, and informal dress will be worn. Program features will include a cotton spool hunt, cotton thread games and communitysinging led by Miss Rader. Miss Ray will endeavor to "psycho-analyze in color" five members of the group. Serving with Miss Rader on 1 e program and arrangements committee are the Misses Bea Kalstein, Tina Fisher. Vivian Sliiffi r, Lynn Warner and Lillian Eisman. Binder Guest Speaker Guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Miami Association of Life Underwriters yesterday in the McAllister hotel was Herman A. Binder, veteran insurance underwriter and life member of the Million Dollar Round Table. Sr/f 3-0869 Temple Men's Club Temple Israel men's club will tgurate a sineof summer name nights Wednesday night in the temple. Henry Hirsch is chairylman of the committee in charge of arrangements. GOOD INCOME Apartment House near synagogue Best buy in that locality Only $26,000 Can increase rents RUSSELL REALTY ROOM 407 CONGRESS BLDG Tel 827638 48-7760 'Controlled low Mnajeraturei i-Mirr Rrratej-I l*tv from mollianl hrt. Don't like i liji" f-, in>isl on "(lerlifird." I. ROSENGARTEN. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948 I'll Say... +Jenist noridiari PAGE SEVEN By HARRY SIMONHOFF HERE COMES THE BRIDE Not so long ago I attended a wodding ceremony at Temple Israel. As the procession started the organ pealed out the Bridal March from Lohengrin. Something in me froze. This music by Richard Wagner struck me in the face. I had a feeling of outrage as if someone insulted me. I could hear the screams, the moans, the dying gasps at the crematories of Dachau or Buchenwald. I thought of the Nazis burning the music of the Jewish composei. of Mendelsohn's marble statue at Dusseldorf destroyed by Hitler; of Jewish singers, coms, conductors, banished or murdered. The authorship of the I, ireli, the most popular song of the German language, marked in German music books "anonyor "Folklore" because the words were written by the Jewish poet Heinrich Heine. Sitting next to one of our young intelligensia, I remarked "Do they have to play Richard Wagner's music at a Jewish wedding—and in a synagogue?" He gave me a ring look and said confidingly. "Why not? Art is international. The language of music is understood by all people, regardless of race or nationality." Like most Jewish intellectuals, he seemed to know everything except about things Jewish. He expressed incredulity when I told him the following: RICHARD WAGNER — Until the middle of the 19th century, music and the arts were singularly free from Anti-Semitism. But this was changed by Richard Wagner, who incidentally, is suspected on pretty strong grounds "f having been the son of the Jewish actor. Ludwig Geyer. The Police Chief. Wagner and Richard's mother were estranged at the time for good. Richard Wagner was unquestionably one of the great geniuses of all time. Yet he w.'is vicious, envious, ungrateful He never believed in paying an honest debt. He thought nothi:ig of seducing the wives of his best friends, especially those whi helped him When Wagner started his career the outstanding names in music were Mendelsohn. Meyerbeer, Rubinstein. Halevy, Offenbach—to mention a few. They happened to be Jews just as in America Jerome Kern. Irving Berlin, and George Gershwin were the successful composers of P pular music in our time. So when Wagner saw these Jewish musicians successful and idolized while he was struggling to gain recognition, he decided to get even. But like Haman, he took his revenge not on his competitors but on the entire Jewish p' ople. !" inner wrote a vicious antiSemitic pamphlet "Judaism in Music." This notorious essav became a text book, not only in an Anti-Semitism but throughout Europe. And as Wagner emerged from obscurity into fame this tract was read more •md more. It established Richard Wagner as the godfather of Nazi Ideology. The central them is that the Jews being an alien race cannot possibly comprehend the German spirit. Consequently how can a Jewish artist (if there are such) interpret the German soul? Thus, if he writes musichis music corrupts the pure fountainhead of German kultur H follows quite logically that all music by Jewish Composers mus be torn out root and branch from German art. Wagner did not say it in so many words, but the Vazis put it into practice, with German efficiency working at its best. Was it merely a coincidence that Houston Stewart Chamberlir became Wagner's son-in-law' 1 This renegade Englishman wrote the Foundations of the Nineteenth Century, which became the Bible of Nazism. He fitted quite well into the Wagner circle Or was it an accident that Wagner's daughter-in-law was amon" the first to back Adolph Hitler" It was her prestige as owner of Wagner's Music Drama Theatre at Beyrouth that enabled Hitler to influence the leading intellectuals of Germany. Camp Ramah Adds Features And Hebrew "A new adventure in summer camping." for boys and girls from ten to eighteen, is the aim of the lirectors of Camp Ramah, situated near Augusta. Maine. The camp, which is operated by the New England Region. United Synagogue of America, in coiperation with the Teachers Institute. Jewish Theological Seminary of America, includes several features especially designed to meet the needs of Jewish boys and girls, which are not found in the average juvenile vacation spots. Use of the Hebrew language is stressed as much as possible and %  hildren with even a rudimentary knowledge are said to soon acquire an amazing facility in the use of the language. In addition to every type of sports activity 'amp Ramah includes daily instruction for a short period in Bible, Hebrew language and literature study, etc. The staff consists solely of counselors supplied by the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Your Home "Good For Your Health" 40 OCEAN DRIVE Phones 58-2763 — 5-3145 MIAMI BEACH Beaeh Y Takes Initiative In Endorsing Israel The Miami Beat YM & WHA •'t a regular meeting last week', 1 "I two resolutions relative to the new state of Israel. The first called upon the President of the United States to lift the embargo against arms. The d resolution was a word of greeting to the new state. It was felt that it was fitting that this board recognize what is happen-1 ing in Israel, since many of the I countries of the world have done similarly. This was a precedent-breaking action or? the part of the board, for in accordance with the principals of the Y, it represents all ohases of American Jewish life, regardless of what synagogual affiliations they may have, and whether or not they belong to Zionist organizations, Carl Wemkle president said, in makmg the announci ment. In acordance with this philosophy, it has been the policy of the Y not to take any po.-ition on a matter which could not truly represent all of its membership. However, the board felt that in this in stance, American Jewry is com-1 pletely united in its desire to see the freedom-loving people of Is-1 rael get all of the support it needs. Therefore, these resolutions were unanimously passed. Weinkle added. I'm Glad For months Howard Goldberg. 545 West 49th St., Miami Beach, has been saving his quarters and halves to purchase an outboard motor for his boat. Finally the day came when he hed accumulated enough to get the prized posession. But one day last week, Howard read that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is conducting an emergency "Save the State of Israel" campaign for $250,000. Howard figured that the valiant defenders of Israel needed financial help more than he needed his outboard motor. 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