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The Jewish Floridian ( June 18, 1948 )

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ihdliew^ltUQIiDjpidliiaun 21 -NUMBER 24 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Israeli Cabinet In Session PRICE TEN CENTS Urged to Remain Calm in Oujda PARIS, (JTA)—Leaders of the Nationalist Party in French Morocco this week renewed their appeals to Jews and Moslems //t e T am ,'" ,ollowin g the stabbing during the week-end of Mahomet Hajoui. Pasha of Oujda, at funeral services for | Jews killed in last week's rioting in Oujda. The condition of the | Pasha who was assaulted by a Moslem fanatic after delivering [an address rebuking the anti-Jewish rioters, was reported as I improved. Israel. Cab.net is pictured at one of its first .identified man; Felix Rosenbluth, Justice; B. S [awns. Around the table clockwise starting at the I Shitritt. Police; Eliezer Kaolan. TreasurerDavid %  lower left are: Mordechai Bentov, Labor. Public i Remez. Communications. Not shown are'Moshe Works; Aharon Z.shng, Agriculture: Fr-.tz BernShertok. Foreign Minister: Itschaq Gruenbaum. Iitein, Trade and Industry: Moshe Shapiro, ImMinister of the Interior, and Itche Mcir Levin location; Rabbi J. L. Fishman, Education. ReMinister of Health. Itigion; David Ben Gurion. Premier, Defense; un' mediator In Consultations; [lews Permit Convoy Check JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The limed Nations Truce Commission Ins notified this week that Jewlb authorities have agreed to |permit UN. observers to check tod convoys entering Jerusalem %  aider the secretly built bypass Inad which .•-kiits Latrun and is lompletely controlled by the Islueli army. The Truce CommisISM asked tic Jews for permislion to cheek the convoys at Bab %  Wad, halfway point west of |jerjsalem. Earlier, the Jews offered to perlict inspect:> 'i ol the convoys only V' %  % %  %  ity limits, but [ ed to agree to this %  proposal. Despite the Arabs' ob||tfl;ons the Jews brought a food |w,voy into the city. A party of %  foreign i dents arrived h the convoy and spent the TEL AVIV, (JTA)—U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte will spend two days this week discussing with Jewish officials the various political problems in•IWV Urges Boycott Of Britain i NEW YORK, (JTA)~The Jewish War Veterans of New York ; btate, at their 17th annual convention, adopted a resolution U rq i ng th Wcott of goods and services of the government of Great Britain and asked Congress to withhold E.R.P. funds from Britain for supporting the Arab position in the Palestine war. Orders Prague Rabbi To Leave Post PRAGUE, (JTA)—Dr. Hanus Rezek, secretary-general and Deputy Chief Rabbi of the Prague Jewish Community, was informed this week by the Jewish Action Committee that it was I not desirable for him to retain his present posts. Instead, the Action Committee offered him a rabbinical position in the city of Brno. Dr. Rezek promptly rejected this offer, assertinq that he was chosen Deputy Chief Rabbi of Prague. Informal Discussions on Israel Loan WASHINGTON, (JTAV-A report that the Export-Import Bank had discouraged" the Provisional Government of Israel from making formal application for a loan at this time is considered to have given a misleading impression, authoritative sources pointed out here. Very informal discussions have been going on between bank officials and representatives of the Provisional Government, "but have not even closely approached the stage where formal application might be made," an Israeli Government official said today. "Their status has not changed in the slightest," he emphasized. Haganah Leader, Killed In Israel TEL AVIV. (JTA)—David Marcus, Israeli commander in the Jerusalem area, was killed in a last-minute, pre-cease-fire battle between Jewish and Arab Legion troops. A former colonel in the | ho J" d two d of clliCUSSU n wlth U. S. Armv. Marcus, who was 4 Immigrants Disembarks at Tel Aviv The Jewish passenger vessel Kedmah arrived at the port of Tel Aviv with some 400-odd immigrants. U.N. observers immediately boarded the ship and inspected her for illegal arms volved in seeking a permanent I cargoes and for men of military age. All the passengers were peace in Palestine, it was re-! later disembarked. A total of 138 men and 37 women of military age have been sent to a U.N. supervised camp near Hadera where they will remain until the truce ends. vealed here. Count Bernadotte is scheduled to leave his Rhodes negotiations headquarters and Arab leaders. Earlier, it was disclosed that years old. was a native of Brooklyn, N. Y. Col. Marcus was New York City when Bernadotte stopped oft here Commissioner of Correction from for a few hours Foreign Minister 1933-1940 and an assistant U.S. Moshe Shertok took the occasion \\rab \vtfotiation CAIRO -Tin' Arab League indicated Wednesday it is willPi to participate in negotiate for a permanent Palestine Wtlement on condition that


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PAGE TWO *Je*istfk>ridlinr FRIDAY, JUNE 18. Let us Take Stock A. P. GANNES, Executive Director, Bureau of Jewish Education The Jewish school year officially ended Shavuos (June 13 and 14) with graduation and confirmation exercises. Let us take stock of the academic year 1947-1948. How many received a Jewish Education? According to the reports received at the office of the B.J.E. the total number of children receiving some form of Jewish education during this year was 1856. This includes children attending the ten schools in Greater Miami. The ten schools include: Unduplicater 1 Registration 3 Orthodox—(Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong., Miami Hebn-w. Beth Jacob) 320 2 Conservative—(Miami Beach Jewish Center, Beth David).... 669 2 Reform and Liberal—(Temple Israel, Beth Sholom) 552 1 Undetermined—(Coral Gables Jewish Center) 85 1 Workmen's Circle School 32 1 All Day—Hebrew Academy 103 10 schools 1.761 Private Lessons (approx.t 50 Cardiac Home 35 Hebrew High School 10 1,856 How many children are attending Sunday school only? According to our records 909 of the children attend Sunday school only. 49 r ; of the children attending our schools receive a Sunday school education only. The attendence on Sunday is much larger (1509 are in attendance) but 600 attend during the week too. How many children attend Hebrew and other schools? 764 are attending Hebrew schools. This includes the students of the Hetrew Academy. If we add the 50 private lessons: 35 at the Cardiac Home and 32 at the Workmen's Circle and 10 for Hebrew High school, our total will be 891 attending on days other than Sunday. This means that 48 r ; of all t'rx? registered children in Greater Miami are getting more than a Sunday school education. The other 3'. (56) were registered in the two nursery schools conducted by Miami Beach Jewish Center and Beth Sholom. How many Jewish children of school age are there in Greater Miami? The writer estimates that there are 4500 Jewish children (ages 5-18) registered in the Dade County Public schools. He arrived at this n the basis of number of absentees on Yom Kippur. the Day of Atonement. The writer furthermore estimates that there e 3400 Jewish children (5-14) in the elementary schools. He will use 3400 as the basis for his analysis,—since very few high school studentistered in the Jewish schools. The writer is awaiting census results ol Jewish Federation to establish validity of these estimates. What percentage of Jewish children are receiving a Jewish education? 1. 53'. of our children are receiving some form of Jewish edGr< ter Miami. (1856—as against 3400). 2. 26 1 s r arc attending Sunday school only (909). 3. 23'5 are receivii g a more intensive Jewish education (891). 4. 3 r -i an attending an all cay school (103). Interpreting the figures: 1. If only 53'. of our children are receiving a Jewish educai o what about the other 47''1. all day, etc 2 4' .•' I usery 1 '?'> Hebrew school, all day, Cardiac Home, Yiddish. .48': Nursery 3'r Receiving Jewish Schooling netime during f5-14) 27'; L T n "oolcd 20-; loo-; 100' Try this tempting treat I HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING All the high-quality HorowitzMa rgareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old home-style ifiwjsll wayEconomical, too ... save work, time, money! Ik* talU t*lh you U+ good/ PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida Phone 2-7405 DP Bill Subject To Limitations WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Senate, which has adopted the Wiley Revercomb immigration bill to admit 200,000 DP's to this country within two years together with a number of amendments which limit the possibility for the admission of large numbers of Jewish DP's, was this week engaged in selecting a number of members to meet with Congressmen in conference to bring it into line with the Fellows bill passed by a Congressional immigration sub-committee and expected to be adopted by the Lower House. The Fellows Bill, in its present form, differs from the Senate legislation in most respects except for the 200.000 figure. Basically, the Feilows bill provides for the entrance of displaced Jews in the same proportion to the total DP's admitted as they hold to the total population of the DP camps. As the bill was passed in the Senate it gives first priorities to displaced orphans and men who J bore arms for the Allies but re-1 fuse to return to their native | lands, then DP's who were in camps before the end of 1945. It also assigns half the available visas to Baits and admits Volksdeutsche into this country under the German and Austrian quotas Under the terms of the Senateapproved measure, no more than about 20,000 Jewish refugees would be able to enter the United States, it was estimated her%. The Senate measure also excludes many Jews who fled Eastern European countries to Germany after the war by providing that only persons registered as DP's on Dec. 22, 1945 are eligible for consideration as DP immigrants. Center Drive Sets Goal For 200 New Members Twenty committeemen received their instructions from Leo Eisenstein and Samuel Friedland on the opening day of the membership drive for the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, June 10. A goal of 200 additional members has been set to augment the 500 families now on the rolls of the synagogue, the only Conservative congregation on Miami Beach. 1948| Goulds Aid Children Crusade I More than $1,100 was raised to ward the United Nations' Crusade for Children at a recent party given by Mr. and Mrs. Emil j Gould of 320 Grand Concourse! Miami Shores. Commemorating their 11th wedding anniversary the Goulds entertained more than 150 people. Jack Bell, Herald columnist and leader in the local campaign f or European children, was principal speaker. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman served as master of ceremonies. MARTHA IAIX Formerly ANN ALSTER MODISTE 407 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach HAROLD'S, Hairdressers INC. ID 39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-D467, 5-D46B 44Q E. LAS C-LAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE As you begin your new life with the partner of your choice for o long, healthy, happy life Start off the right way with doily fresh Home Milk! 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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1948 *J**lst> fhrirffon Kenen Director Of information For Israel I I, Kenen, former executive Sl „,, t iry of the American Jewish Conference, has been appointed ^rector f information of the provisional government of Israel's Mission at the United Nations, it w as announced. Mr. Kenen has served in a similar capacity during the presentation of the Jewish case before the United Notions by the Jewish Agency for Palestine during thi last sixteen months Born in St. Stephen, N.B., Can ;i ,|;i. 1905, he is a graduate of the University of Toronto, and of Cleveland Law School. He has. n a newspaperman for cigh-j teen years. He was on the staff of the Toronto Daily Star in 1925| 1926 and the Cleveland News as j political and editorial writer and legislative correspondent from %  mtil 1943. He was president of t: e Cleveland Zionist District 1941 until 1943 when he berector of information for the American Zionist Emergency Council. M Kenen was one of the TS of the American NewsGuild in 1933 and was an international vice president of that organization from 1938-1940. In 1943 he was a t PAGE THREF /. L. Ken Pioneer Women's Council Elects Mrs. Kaplan Mrs. Isaac Kaplan was elected president of the Greater Miami Councu of Pioneer Women's organizations at a recent meeting %  n the home of Mrs. L. Mintzes. Others to serve with her are Mrs Harry Paber, first vice pi, Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, second vice pre? ; Mrs. Davidson, third vice pies : Mr?, M. Minowitz, fourth vice pres.; Mrs. Fred Sandier, recording sec.; Mrs. Sam SorinBild. treasurer; and Mrs. Sam S> itlin, financial sec. The council is coordinating hody for the 4 Pioneer Women's clubs of Greater Miami: Clubs I and ii. Hie Kadimah chapter and Gol la Mj erson. DR. TABAK NAMED PRESIDENT OF RABBINICAL COUNCIL OF AMERICA it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. TRUCE SIDELIGHTS: Now that a four-week truce prevails in Pale-tine, it can be revi aled that even during the Arab-Jewish war Israeli representatives maintained contact with King Abdullah of Transco-winner of'Jordan ... In fact, there is now ,. American Newspaper Guild's in the United States one Israeli Heywood Broun Memorial Award for a >( nes of advertisements in the labor press designed to dis• absenteeism in war products n. representative, who is incognito, who had a personal talk with the ruler of Aransjordan while his Arab Legion was pounding the Old Citv in Jerusalem While As the representative of the some delegates to the United NaJewish Conference, he tions are keeping their fingers as secretary of the united crossed in the hope that there h delegation at the United will be no provocation by exns Conference on Internatremista to break the truce. Brit1 Organization at San Franain is still manipulating against at the Paris Conference on Israel behind the scenes The ,ns and the meeting of | British government is trying its the Intergovernmental Commitutmost to prevent Israel from gctn Refugees in Parish in 1945 j ting the part of at the Pans Peace Confer i in 1946. He was a member • i Jewish Agency's liaison I with the United Nations ,1 Committee on Palestine ( %  stiff, Geneva and the displaced persons camps in Germanv and Austria last summer. Wm. Kapell On Telephone Hour William Kapell, renowned con• pianist and nephew of Dr. A raham Wolfson of Miami was heard on the TeleHour last Monday eveKapell appeared as soloist with University of Miami symorchestra last year and his here is anticipated by Dr. Wolfson on the artist's trip to America for his second con' tour there. signed to the Jewish state under the U.N. partition decision This is partly because it has een established that this section is potentially an oil and uranium supply source and also because Britain does not want Israel to _J (State Department concerning re-1 jcent developments affecting I • They don't like the fad that the State Department has so far not yet accredited Israel's diplomatic and consular representatives in Washington and in New York They also resent the fact that the State Department has accepted Egypt's blockade of American goods transported to : on U.S. ships And they are wondering why the State De| partment did not properly follow up its representations to Lebanon against the detention of Ai can Jews who were en route to Palestine and were previ reaching their destii ation. • • • DOMESTIC PROBLEMS: Some of the Jewish Agency officials m New York arc now re%  i positions because they do not intend to become citizens of Israel Zionist groups in the United States. anticipating a complete change in their functions following the de jure recognition of Israel by this country, are now busy discussing ways of meeting this The following Dr. Israel Tabak of Baltimore, Mil. was elected president of the Rabbinical Council of America, representative body of tome 400 duly ordained orthodox rabbis, graduates of the Rabbi Isaac Elrhanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University, the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago, and other orthodox seminaries throughout the country. Dr. Tabak succeeds Rabbi I'ri Miller, also of Baltimore. British maneuvers no less than the actions of some high officials in the State Department with regard to Palestine ... He is anxious to see the Palestine issue completely settled prior to the Presidential elections ... Incidentally, the Palestine issue will play an important role at bot.i the Democratic and Republican national conventions this month Meanwhile, American Zion ist leaders are greatly it with certain "policies' the Clearance! RAYON iPUN HOSTESS COATS Regularly 22.95 y.95 COLORS ARE MAIZE. AQUA AND RASPBERRY Sizes 10 to 16 duPONT BLDG., MIAMI America's Finest Fashions will begin to function as a fullyrecognized state" ... 2. Should the World Zionist Organization take over tiie functions nowcarried out by the World Jewish Congress" ... 3. What should be done to intensify the "chalutziut" (pionei ring) movement in this country" ... 4. How s-1 ould Jewish educational programs now be conducted in the United States" 5. What role should the Zionist groups play in the work of combatting anti-Semitism in the United State.-" .6 What kind of reorganization should the American Zionist movement undergo? 7. How s: ould the United Jewish Appeal and other agencies raisina funds for Pales tine in this country conduct t • operations" ... 8. What should |be done to provoke the maximum interest among American r ews to invest capital in Israel. All these problems have been dlS,'.„.„,,I bV Some Of the American Zionist leaders and will be presented for consideration to the general membership. 'Y' Continues Summer Activities Third in a series of lectures on the Preparation for Marriage course was given last week at the Miami Beach YM & WHA at 1536 Bay Road. Dr. Harry Kraff, gynecologist, discussed the biological and physiological aspects of married life. The next in this series will be the emotional adjustn ents of married life to be discussed by Dr. Herman Selinsky. Second in a series of Yiddish films to be conducted under the auspices of the Yiddish activities committee of the YMHA will be shown at the Y on Sunday eveing. at 8:30 p.m. The picture is The Cantor's Son" and stars Moishe Oysher. Harry Sirkin is I chairman of the committee sponsoring the activity. Leo Chaiken, chairman of the social committee, was in charge of the first in a series of social affairs given primarily for Y membership Sunday, July 11. Members of the committee serving with him were Jules Chaining, general chairman, Maurice I Held. Phil Lefkowitz, Mrs. Phil Lefkowitz. Al Ossip, Joe Singer, Leila Gross, Terry Shuman. Dr. David Prensky and Mrs. John Gross. P. R. Scott Heads Community Chest Dade county organization of the Community Chest elected Paul R. Scott president at a luncheon last week in the Columbus hotel. Other officers include Mrs. John D. Simmons, John E. Shucy and Charles L. Clements, vice presidents; Sam Blank, treasurer; and Horace E. Loom is, secretary. 1 llrectora elected for 1948ID Mrs. J. Ii. Davidson, Byron B Freeman, Lee Hills, James I Keller,-jr., Btanton P. Kettler, W Sloan M Cn .<. Robert J. Marshburn, Raymond M. Miller. .Mrs. Russell T Pancoaat, Robart W Pierce, Mra s Marion Bailey, Jacob Bher, C. l> VanOradi I, Hoke "B. Welch and 8. Roger Wolln Named t, the Istard of trustees were I-.%  .11:1 r. Thomas O'Hagen DuPree. Ray M. Earnest, Byron B Preeland, Dr, Morris Goodman, Walter I. Harris, I | Hills, Robert B. Ingram: Charles rJohns, A. frank KatsenII".-. .lam.-s I. Keller, j. Frank J. Kelly, Btanton P Kettler, Kenneth 8 Keyes, Mrs. Charles B. King, Mrs. Ellsha A. King, James I.. Knight, James T. Larlmore, Horace E. Loomls, Mra, W. Bruce Macintosh, Miss Alice Mao Vicar; Mrs r v Moore. Robert .1. Marshburn, Samu.-l II McCormlck, W. Sloan McCrea, Raymond M. Miller, Howe E, Moredock, Jr., Itaron de Hlrsch Meyer, John D. Mntaomery, Stanley ('.Myers, Max Orowltl, Mrs. Russell T. Pancoaat, I. N Parrlsh, Robert W. Pierce, Prank Prultt, l). nls v. Renuart, Mrs Hoi Rlnehart, Jr., It Warner Newton it. T Roney, Frank J. Rooney, Jack J Rosen, Mrs. s Marlon Bailey, Mrs. John D. Simmons, Jncnh Bher, Paul It. Scott, Henry O. Shaw. John E. Shuey, Roy W Singer. M. rsregor Smith, Arthur A I'ngar, Joseph Welntraub: C D. VanOrsdel, Mrs .!<• • traub, Moke 8. Welch, Mrs. Thurman A. Whlteslde, Mrs M. A W George r:. Whltten, Mitchell Wolfson, S, Rocer Wolln ami Mrs. Charles A. Toungs. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th SL Phono 2-7439 i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMIFLORIDA I 'pholstering Slip Covers &f Draperies A Bed Spreads Head Boards Cornices Made to Order Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL ^ JOSEPH J. tRAWLSON ^ 701 N. 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PAGE FOUR +Jenist FkrkJIan FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 19 48 EDITORIAL The DP Hill On Wednesday, June 2, the Senate at a special night session gave its approval to the Displaced Persons Act of 1948. This bill provides for the admission of 200,000 DP's into the United States during the next two years. It is the result of a compromise between the various restrictive bills on the admission of displaced persons and of the few liberal ones which have been introduced in Congress during the past year. In its present form the bill presents a strange picture of a humane and liberal idea, which underlies the bill and which led to its being sponsored by the Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons being whittled down to a large extent durinq its passage through the various channels of legislat.on, into a measure designed mainly to admit certain select groups and to exclude the majority of other persons wanting a place of settlement. The chief shortcomings of the bill as it now stands and as it is likely to be finally enacted into law, is the fact that it discriminates against great masses of displaced persons, particularly Jews. Two clauses in particular achieve that result. The first one is the requirement that half of the number of displaced persons must come from areas annexed by a foreign power. These areas are eastern Poland and the Baltic States, from where, by reason of the fact that the majority of the Jews living in those countries have been exterminated by Hitler, hardly any Jews will come. The second restrictive clause provides that half of the DP's to be admitted must have an agricultural background. Criticism voiced on the floor of the Senate last night made it clear that the implication of these two restrictions were clearly understood both by their sponsors and by their opponents. Nevertheless, they were retained in their present form, and what is even more astounding is that while no truly liberalizing amendment was passed at last night's session, amendments were included which cater for the special need of "Volksdeutschen" and former army personnel of reactionary and Fascist governments. Bitter denunciation on the floor by Senators Pepper and Ives were of no avail. The champions of discrimination and reaction succeeded in having a bill adopted which, though commendable for its HAVE YOU REALLY DONE YOUR BEST FOR ME? general aim of admitting DP's, has been transformed into an instrument for bringing into this country people selected, not on the basis of need and equity, but on the basis of the special interests of some Senate members and the groups they represent. It is to be deeply regretted that a measure which could have demonstrated to the world at large the warm-hearted American desire to help the needy and homeless by opening the doors of the United States to them, has finally emerged in a form which will bring despair to those who will now feel that the American tradition of giving shelter to all has been replaced by the principle that shelter should be given only to those who have friends strong enough to get it for them. The Truee The best that can be said about the ceasefire order in Palestine and the four-week truce is that it has at least temporarily brought an end to the fighting. Whether it will lead to a permanen' settlement is purely a conjectural matter, depending of course on the degree of sincerity, firmness and fairness with which the masters of international destiny proceed to their task. The United Nations has been grappling with the problem for more than a year, and its prestige has been torpedoed over and over again by the intransigence of the Arabs and their British advisers and supporters. Its decision of November 29 has been flouted and every one of its efforts at settlement has been met with a counter-barrage of British trickery and deceit to the delight of the Arab war mongers. And while blood was flowing in the cities, roads and fields of Palestine, the master minds at 10 Downing Street were busy concocting new schemes, new plans and new proposals designed to confuse the issue and the United Nations itself. Now that there is a truce, what next? If it is the intent of the British and their cohorts to utilize the truce period for a diplomatic war against Israel, the cease-fire order will have been a travesty on human decency and the greatest betrayal in history. If attempts are made to whittle down the already small area assigned to the Jewish state by the Assembly there will be war. If efforts are precipitated in the direction of federalization they aTe doomed to failure. There is one, and only one, solution—recognition of the state of Israel which has been won in blood, sweat and tears, and its admission to the United Nations. Anything less will be no solution. Frankly speaking, it is with forebodings and anxiety that we are looking forward toward the next few weeks, when negotiations are to be attempted. The word negotiation itself suggests a debatable issue. But what is there to be negotiated? The right of Israel to exist? It exists. The question of territory? But Israel's territory is so small that, from the point of view of the globe, it is almost microscopic. There is only one conceivable settlement that the Arabs lay down their arms against Israel. Four Chaplains Of Different Creeds Die Together For Common Ideals (Address at Miami Court Hous* on the of ih>Issuance '.f (he Stamp HI Miami > By Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman The issuance of the "FourChaplain" commemorative stamp by the United States Post Officebids us consider a single act of heroism in World War II whose warming hue shall never fade from the hearts of men. Ir. World War I, the bravery of Sgt. York captured the imagination of Americans, in the first phase of World War II. Colin Kelly won the deathless admiration of his countrymen, but now, a new picture illumines the spirit of men. —a single act of heroism which has catapulted the word "Dorche^-.ter" into the realm of sacred phrases in the faiths of America. The Dorchester was a troop transport in the battle of the Atlantic and its chaplains were: Chaplair. John P. Washington, Catholic priest; Chaplains Clark V. Poling and George L. Fox, Protestant ministers; and Chaplain Alexander Goode, Jewish rabbi. On February the 2nd, 1943, death struck suddenly in the dark, just before the dawn when Hitler's prowling submarines attacked the Dorchester. One moment the Dorchester was riding the waves while men slept or stood watch, the next, she was ripped apart and sinking. Theominous order sounded, Abandon Ship." There was a rush to life-boatstations. There was the confusion among the men shocked out of sleep by the shudder of the stricken ship, racing for safety along decks blocked off by fires blazing fore and aft. Many men showed great heroism, among them Chief Engineer John Ridder of our own city of Miami, whose widow now stands beside me on these court house steps as I relate to you this incident of how John Ridder kept throwing life belts to the men who had leaped into the cold sea. There were many men hurrying against time, stumbling up blocked gangways and over tilting decks, suddenly discovered that they were without life belts, for which it was now too late to go back. The Four Chaplains whose names I have mentioned, acted quickly. Each gave away his own life-belt to a man who didn't have any and against the gray cold morning sky. as the Dorchester went down. the survivors, the men in the lifeboats and rafts, the Four Chaplains, Protestant. Catholic and Jew, arm in arm and in prayer as the wounded ship plunged to her death. These four men of God who died at sea— Their God was one. though their faiths were three. Washington. Poling, Fox and Goode. Together in prayer and brotherhood they stood. Four men of God—enough to say' Who questions which was which, today? Four men of God who shared the dream of world-wide brotherhood. They did not preach the narrow way. They lived with men from day to day And understood their smiles and tears, their every joy and care, And in their death, they did for man and God Those deeds which men beseech in prayer. Differing in creeds, they were one in the creed which overleaps all differences—that greater love hath no man than to give up his life for his brother. They died toDr. Levin Addresses Nurses' Association Monthly meeting of the Fifth District Nurses' Association was held recently in the sunshine room of the Florida Power 8c Light Company, in the Ingraham Building. It was devoted to the discussion of cancer of the larynx. Guest speaker was Dr. Na1 M. Levin. In addition to showing pictures of his operations for tumors of the vocal cords, and voice box, Dr. Levin presented patients whom he taught to speak after the voice box was completely removed. ALS Party To Send Delegates To Convention Plans are being made for a games party sponsored by the ALS. chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at Beth David, on Tuesday, at 8 p.m. Admission will be free and refreshments will be served. Proceeds are to help pay the expenses of ALS. three delegates, Marilyn Floss, Anita Kurkey and Barbara Zissen to the BBG District 5 convention in Greensboro, North Carolina. 10,000 Letters Carried To Israel By Private Air Mail Service The ten-thousandth letter from the United States to the state of Israel will soon be on its way to Tel Aviv by chartered plane, according to Miss Sarah Behrman, secretary of Palestine Emergency Deliveries, Inc., which established special mail service to Israel less than a week after the new Jewish state was proclaimed last month. New Sunday School Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold Sunday school registration June 27 from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. Following are the members at whose homes registration mav take place: Samuel Weber, 3888 N.W. 3rd St.. phone 4-0479; Abe Tenney, 340 S.W. 51st PI., 48-0088: Mrs. B. Goodman, 5750 S.W. 14th St.. 48-7493. gether for ideals that made mankind free. We must follow their xample by living together in brotherhood and unity. This is the message of the Four Chaplains to us, this is the message of the "Four Chaplain" commemorative stamp. Send out that message across our nation so that it may "crown our good with brotherhood, from sea to shining sea." PEDI's sixth shipment—containing over 1200 letters to Israeli—was dispatched on Monday. Since May 21, five consignments totalling 8100 letters have been flown to Tel Aviv. An agency created by Zionist bodies, PEDI will continue to send letters by chartered plane to Israel every Monday and Friday until mail service between Israel and the U.S. is officially established. Miss Behrman said. U.S. postal authorities have confirmed receipt of the mail in bulk by the postmaster general of Israel and many Israelis have cabled their American correspendents that the mail has, been delivered to them. About a week to ten days is required for delivery from New York to the individual addressee. It is first delivered to the Israeli postmaster general. Unique in the annals of postal history, this private mail service was set up in consonance with U.S. postal regulations to fill the gap when regular mail services to Palestine were interrupted several weeks before the terminat: >n of the British Mandate. To be acceptable for delivery by PEDI, mail must be prepared as follows: 1. Sealed letters addressed to individuals residing in the state of Israel should bear and have af!ixe>d the requisite United State: postage (twenty-five cents per half ounce or fraction thereof). 2. An additional service charg< of twenty-five cents per hal' ounce or fraction thereof to cove the cost of handling must be paid in coin or postal money order. 3. The sealed letters and the service charge must be em in another envelope and addressed to Palestine Emergency Deliveries, Inc., 60 East 6Cth St., New York 21, N. Y. Mail addressed to areas out of Israel and parcels will not be accepted. Only air mail will be handled. Dr. Sam Winograd of City C 1lege reveals that the B will play an eight game on their contemplated western hoop flight next winter. St:.:.: U.s!c, and California will the eastern invaders. A sto] the University of Arizona also .appears likely. *• Jew 1st ncridiar Published every Friday since %  '/ uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N c Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. '-"• tared as second-class matter J-ily "i, 1930, at the Poet Office of •"?">' %  Fl.. under the Act of March i. 1879. The Jewish Floridian hae aDsordea the Jewish Unity and the Jewi" Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arti Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Aeeoclat on, Amencan Association of Eno'ish-Jewisn Newspaoers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year. Two Years 13.00 $5 00 FRED K. SHOCriET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2*212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. 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^ %  ^^'"ft-se-iiEr rRlDAY. JUNE 18, 1948 Jewish Federation Names Board Of Governors, Organizational Delegates "Jwistncridrian Names ( those elected to the board of governors at the annual meeting of the membership body Greater Miami Jewish Fedeld on June 2 were made pU lie this week by President Sher. They will serve as nors nt large until the next tnnual meeting in May, 1949. The list includes: \ Abbott. Harry 8. A barman, I | vblin, Mis. Morris Alpert. Dr. Vndron, l(:ilili| Simon April. Apte, B Aahkenaay. Leonard • .. !, Rernateln, Dr, Win. Bernlllumin, Sum Brody, Mrs. Carp, Leo Chalken, Mrs. i; i i,,,s M. Cohen, Harold i" Prank Coret, Harry t'ornMr S. K 1'niiHs, Mrs. Max i i k Dubinaky, L#eo BlaenI:II. Mrs. ,r Penlaa, Mrs. [, Pink, Sol Finn. Irvlnc i S t-TierlliiK, Samuel i Maurice Purman, Joseph M Leo liernaroii*. Morris Ben Oilier, Mrs. Louis i;old, Isidore (Joldbersr, %  nli, finldman, 15. Max '!oldst'in. Idstrith, Mrs. Abe Cf>od!maii. iorrlnn, Rabbi M. Graurr. FYod haul Groealnger, Nat HankHelman, r>r. A. Hollander, K Itien, Morris Jacoba, Mrs Benjamin Kane. Louis M J. KopelowlU, Harry i. rw A Kushnt-r. Murray -i |ney Lefeourt, Rabbi I ir r Li-liOilik. Mis. Sol ••• M Levin, IsaacLevin, Mrs pave Levlnaon, liiwrenrp dney Lewla, Mrs .1. <; Uberman, Mrs. Alex i M Upton, Sam Lipton, Lytton, Oscar Member, MurBenjamln Meyers, Mickey ink Miller, S Morris, Mrs S. C. Myers. i. Joseph l'arrlo. David i Mrs. H l 'la toff. Joseph PolHarry yui'cn, Harry O. Rabe, i;.il.iiu, Mrs M. Itatner, Sam Mrs I.. Hoblnsoii. Philip | • -• | h M Rose, Mrs. Jos. M. I: Morris Rosenberg, Chas. Rosen\ or man A. Rossman, Morton ] ving Saal, Hairy Baffer, I^awrence Baplro, Samuel T. s. helnbert*, Mra, H. K Meyer Bchwarti. H E. •/ Jacob Beidenberg, Mrs. H. 1 ••• II Bellnsky, Henjamin Harold Shapiro. I. S. Shapoff. I'.l K Shochet, Sam Silver, Kd lAwrence Singer. Mrs M Mrs. II H. Spaet. Pr. .1 Mrs John Temple, Leonard Trau, Harold Turk. Mrs. :. Mi s. E. Welnsteln, Mrs mh Dr S P. Werblow. Mrs I ivien, Louis Wolfe, Milton '•eorge VVolpert, Jacob Zlsklnd, r Zwltman. In addition to these governors r. the following are on the as organisational delcg;it( ?: M :-• Itenjamln Appel—Jewish Home Vged Alex Aronoff—Work:• Vladeck Br. No. M*: • mi nl Itarr—American Jewish Vrchle Brick—M. B. YM \vwn \ ileorge Chertkof Miami S*M & VWIIA: Joseph Duntov— Work. Mo 592; Mrs. Lorn Blkill Circle Hr. !•:•. L. A.: Mr* \ on Karr National Council of Women; Mrs. Max Peldman— %  Bel i'mil Cong. PTA: David Pr lewlsh National Workers AlllMilton Friedman—B'nal B'rlth Lodge; man M. Oilier—B'nal llriih '< %  %  • %  i Mrs. Leonard Ollckman — in Jewish Congress, Ml!.; lilosser -M.11. Jewish Center; Mm %  ;..!!;,. rioldborf—M.B, Jewish Slstw hood Mrs. Benjamin rladassah, M.H.; i. R. '"-•in HI Z.O.A., M.HH; Mrs. Harry B'nal It'rith Hholom Lodge *' Mn Morris Jacob* -Workmen's 691; Mrs. P, Kalateln, Women's Dlv„ M.B.; l>r. %  i i' ii Kaplan—Rabbinical AssoclaKaplan—M.J.O. Congrogalinn M I..,.,, Kaplan Miami S.-rv %  League; Miss Itos.ilvn Klein — B A P, Miami; Rabbi Leon Krnnlsh Temple Beth Bholom; Isaac Levin—Temple Israel i i Herald Lewla -Mi Hlnal Mrs. I.. Lustle -Beth Tfilah i Mrs Joseph Malek %  • i Rmei Ladles Aux. Harry 11 Beth David Cong.! Mrs M i M mrer Hadassah, M B.: Wllhlowltl Heth Jacob Cong.: Mas Mi i Bureau of Jew Ish EnMrs Max Meisel Hadassah. M II Rabbi Moses Mescheloff M.B. Mrs Moses Mescheloff— '' %  i. Sisterhood Bldney Meyer l Defamation League of B.B.: A it. Meyers — Jewlah Social Bureau; Sirs Lena Mlntaea— PI neer Women Chap. 2. M It.; Mrs. '' MoserHadassah. Miami! Rather Norrli Jewlah Folk Mrs Fr.il Ochs—M J.O, Cong. i Mrs Mas id rhllllps—TcinBholom Sisterhood %  i\a Pushkin Pioneer Won* Mo I, Miami; Rabbi kj -Beth Tfilah raw Mo '" --.l.-u l-ii People" Pt I-vi.ii 1 • So 192; Burnett Roth B.O.A '' Dan Kuskin Ml Sinai llo pltsl; Irving Badkln -American BlrobP tllnger ivilni" Mra hulfand—B'nal Ifriih Bhaptei linbles; Mrs It .1 Schwarta— H'.me for Aged, M x Shapiro Ores tee "in ml 'Tilth: Mrs Henl S*>"<• %  •' % %  Har.ld \i,I 1 B Women's Chap. No. 1691. Mismi Besch Saul Von iamft-Jew1 v ish War David M V-eteranx M li Posi Kadimai, )•„;:;:•'' M ^'T';;, w w 2 lllllel AdvlBOTV r„u V',,,1 V man-VM A VWHA M I \\ llllama—National Pouneii Women: Louis Zelenti Temple i Harry Zuckernli k B'nal Ml of Nil I h M II. It'rith West Miami Center West Miami Jewish Center held its meeting Wednesday evening at 100 S.W. 67th Ave. at which time the constitution sented for eral body. was preAJC Athletic Night Regular American Jewish ConBress meetings will be held Tuesday, June 22, at 8:30 p.m. in the form of an athletic night at the Beach Y. Miss Ruth Hertzman, entertainment chairman, will be in i .ar B e of the program. Gua Jacooson, executive director, of the Y and Randv Polansky, activity director, will open all Y athletic activities to AJC members and their friends. PAGE FIVE B'nai B'rith Council B'nai B"rith council of Greater approval by the genMiami will meet Thursday at 330 Seybold Bld R Slioloui l.uli, s %  •Ian Swim Party Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, has announced a Cabana and Splash Party to be given on Tuesday evening, June 29, at 8:30 p.m., at the Robert Richter hotel. Entertainment, music, a swimming meet, games and refreshments are planned. Mrs. Emanue! Goldstrich, chairman of the Sisterhood's ways and means committee, together with Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. Sidney Wi instock and Mrs. Joseph Mazo, constitute the committee ir, charge of the affair. Reservations Hebrew School Ladies Honor Fathers, Sons Miami Hebrew School and congregation has scheduled a breakfast Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in honor of fathers and sons of the membership to take place in the Rhumpus room of the buildincMrs. Simon April and Mrs. Ben Sokoloff are being assisted with arrangements by Mrs. Louis August, Mrs. Sam Kostoff, Mrs. Max Needelman, Mrs. Nat Coulton, Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. Mrs. Albert Spier, Mrs. Hy Abramowitz and Mrs. Peter Glazer. ; and details through the can be obtained Temple office. K1M0RHD %  Now you can see it! Yes, the '49 Ford, "the car of the year," is on display at Ford Dealer showrooms coast to coast! There never was an automobile like this before. It's a complete break with the past. It was designed by you .. because you told Ford in letters, surveys and personal interviews just what you wanted. And today, it's here. It looks like a luxury car, but it sells in the lowprice bracket. j us t for the thrill of it, look at the list of new features. And for an even bigger thrill-your biggest thr.ll year-see the '49 Ford, "the car of the year, at Ford Dealer showrooms today. af the ItsllieGroftfieYear] NEW You wonted ROOM. So Ford gives you olo> wide teats, with lott o( hip and shoulder room ... ond 57% more luggage space, too. NEW You wanted SAFETY. So Ford gives you a 59% more rigid "Lifeguard" body and frame structure, 35% easier "Magic Action" King-Sire Brakes, new "Picture Window" Visibility all around. NEW You wonted COMFORT. You get COMFORT. .. in a new "Mid Ship" Ride ... new "Hydra Coil" Front Springs with shock absorbers built in, new "Para-Flex" Rear Springs need no lubrication. NEW You wonted ECONOMY. 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PAGE SIX *3e*lshfk)rMton FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 1948 Letters To The Editor Editor'! Note: A number "f calls were received by our offtee concerning contributions made to the "Save the State of Israel" campaign by officers chool cannot live and associate with Protestant or Catholics or Methodists, as any other race or religion. I did not believe and do not now believe that a sense of fair play, loyalty, team work, patriotism, tolerance were limited to any certain group or even to Americans only. As for manerisms, accents, terms of speech and mental attitude let me ask you not to Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHEH 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 urn lii,iJLiii,J, li mi II I A hi..ill % % %  II mull inn in l| I '" iilmiliiiiii The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any oi its advertisers. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Progrsmmed NAT G A N S Metropolitan Ue Ins. Co. 407 Biecsyne Bldg. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS 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 ANNOUNCING THE REOPENING OF Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant TODAY, JUNE 18th, AT 4 P.M. 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE TELEPHONE 59085 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear AVAILABLE STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach 0* m tie* The DOORWAY to a successful future it through regular, systematic SAVING JOIN THE THOUSANDS % HO SAVE AT... DADE FEDERAL % ITH SAFETY 2% I DADE FEDERAD 'M LIPTON ? .-..rl,,.E NORTHEAST FIRS



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miDAY. JUNE 18, 1948 I'll Say... === J**n*si> fhric/iar By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Heroic in Israel %  phe Psalmist says somewhere that when the captivity of Zion shall be turned, we shall be as in a dream. I have been witnessing the gigantic assemblies, rejoicing in the birth of the Jewish State, at Madison Square Garden and the Polo Grounds. I found myself walking about in a daze. Are these celebrations rea l, or am I dreaming? Is it possible that the Republic of Israel is an accomplished fact? InrrediliK Turning on the radio brings one back to earth. We hear of the tiny Stale of Israel, a newly born babe in its first set of swaddeling cloths, being attacked by Egypt, Arabia. Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Trans Jordan. 700,000 Jews against 35,000,000 Arabs; and chivalrous Britain, with its tradition of fair play and helping the underdog, aiding and abetting the Moslem hordes with men, money and armaments. And still the valiant infant is keeping the jackels at bay. What is the world thinking as it looks on this unequal conflict? We know the hostility of Islam. The attitude of China is explainable. Chiang Kai Chek, a big time fascist dictator himself, has a natural interest in the success of the small time feudal Effendis. How about the Christian nations? Outside of the United States and the U.S.S.R., few Christian lands have so far recognized the Republic of Israel. Are they waiting to see who will win 1 Or has the modern world lost all feeling for the heroic? Heroic? I defy anyone to comb universal history and find a parallel case of heroismr The world can never stop admiring the Athenians at Marathon for holding the Persian army at bay. But Athens was a well knit state, in business for centuries, with the potential backing of all Greece. Hellas was at the springtime of her might and creative energy, with far flung colonies in Sicily, Italy and Southern Gaul. The Greeks of the 5th Century B. C. were not broken refugees saved out of the gap chambers with memories of soul crushing brutalities by sadistic beasts. When in Palestine Haganah officers assured me of the rigid discipline and dauntless spirit of their Jewish Maquis. But who would ever dream that a comparative handful of Israeli fighters could check and nullify the Invasion nf eight surrounding Arab How humble do we, American Jewry, feel alongside the brave defenders of Israel? The world has grudgingly admitted our intellectual capacities. Even our enemies concede "ur business abilities. Our friends would say, -Oh, the Jews make excellent musicians. They can wnte such good books, but as for standing up and fighting, we • ." And the polite ones would change the subject. Hillaire HeUoe the English anti-Semite W French extraction, in his book, nauseating in its hypocracy, "The ws," snears, "Does anyone exl"'" Palestine to be defended by Jewish valor?" When a boy, I would listen to stories of Russian pogroms. The next depressing things was how the Jews, trembling in their cellars, would wait for the hooli-! gans, backed by the police, to come and murder them. I would I ask my father, a Talmudist of fervent faith and exceptional piety, "How could the Jews hope to run a state if they are unable to defend themselves in the smallest pogrom-"When ihv right time will come," he would answer, "a new spirt will enter Israel. The heroic age will return and bring back the Joshuas, the Joabs, the Deboraahs. the Gideons. All things are subject to the WILL OF GOD." This may sound mystical: but if anyone has a better explanation for the miracle that is taking place in Israel, I am eager to hear it. Miller Graduated Cum Laude From University Gershon S. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller of DiLido Island, Miami Beach, was graduated from the University of Miami School of Law Cum I.audc. Interrupting his studies at Stevens Institute of Techno! Mr. Miller enlisted in the Army in June, 1941, serving two years in the European Theater of Operations. On his discharge as 1st lieutenant in January, 1946, he entered law school where he was the founder and first chancellor of Theta chapter of the Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity, of which he was recently elected national* grand marshall. He has also been comment editor of the Miami Law Quarterly and senior congressman to the Law School Legislature. Mr. Miller is the vice president of Tropical lodge. B'nai B'nth. and presiding officer and treasurer of the newly formed young adult group of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. On his return from a trip to New Jersey and Illinois, he will inter the law offices of Turk & Newman. Noted Author To \ldress •Miolcm Lodg< Kurt D. Sir. K er, author, lecturer and traveler, will address the bers of the Sholem lodge B nai Bnth Luncheon club today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club. Subject of his address will be ( %  rave Diggers of Democracy." Author of u books and a proontributor of feature articles outstanding national magazines, Singer has lived in eight different countries and has addressed more than five million S on his lecture tours throughout the United States As a newspaper man and foreign correspondent, Sinner joined tnderground in Europe. The "nee issued a warrant for high treason against him and in Sweden he was held a short time when Goering demanded that the Swedish government confiscate Singer's biography of the Luftwaffe chief. The visitor came to America in 1940 direct from Scandinavia. He is the author of "Five Thousand Years of Espionage" and more recently "Spies and Traitors of World War II." He was born of Czech stock in Vienna in 1911. PAGE SEVEN SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. 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PAGE EIGHT rJenlst fhrkBam FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 19 48 Personally Speaking... JUNE IS THE MONTH FOR Among the gay affairs feting prospective brides this week was a "miscellaneous" shower Saturday for Miss Sybil Saphin of Miami. Hostess to the more than 15 friends who attended was Miss Harriet Hart, 3370 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Saphin is the June 27 bride-elect of Dr. Stanley Wasman, Miami Beach. A similar affair was given for Miss Josephine Berman Monday evening by her cousin, Mrs. Morris Albert, in the Miami Beach Y. Miss Berman will exchange vows, also on June 27, with Rabbi Jacob Milgrom. Entertainment for the evening included vocal selections by Mrs. Harry Kraff accompanied by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein. The table was decorated with a miniature bridal procession. %  %  %  Rosedale dining room was the scene of a party Tuesday to honor Miss Roslyn Drosd and Harold Barkowitz of Charleston, S. CII who were united last night in the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach. The affa'r was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont. Buffet table was carried out in a blue and white theme and included the traditional cake and candleabras. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Irving Gordon. Out-of-town guests included Seymour Barkowitz, brother of the groom, and Bob Zalkin, brother of Mrs. Pont, both of Charleston. Zalkin is the houseguest of the Ponts at 740 S.W. 7th St. BACK AND FORTH THEY GO Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff left Tuesday morning by car with two of their daughters, Elaine and Sherna, and son, Michael, for their farm in Hendersonville, N. C. They plan to spend the summer there and return in October. Also leaving Tuesday was Mrs. Nat Roth who will be visiting friends and relatives in Baltimore and Washington for several weeks. %  + Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine of 1936 S.W. 2nd St. are visiting friends and relatives in Philadelphia and the metropolitan area. -K Returning with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon from their recent trip were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Long Beach, L. I. Mrs. Johnson is the niece of Mrs. Gordon. Before leaving Wednesday the Johnsons spent a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Louis Hartz, Miami. + Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg accompanied by their daughter Charlotte are leaving this week for a motor trip through Florida and up to New York and Canada. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky are in New York to attend the graduation of their son, Judah Simon, from Yeshiva university. He will receive his bachelor of arts degree. Herman Silverman is to return about July 10 from a sixweeks tour abroad. He is associated with Wometco Theaters here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and daughter, Jo Ann, are in Bluefield. West Virginia, visiting Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. DeLott. %  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein of 639 West Ave., Miami Beach, are spending the summer at their horn in Long Island. V Jack August of El Mirasol hotel, Miami Beach, returned this week from an extended trip through the North. -* Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer of 4343 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach, left last week for their summer home in Norwich, Conn. They are to depart shortly for Amsterdam, Holland, after which they expect to visit London, Paris, Nice, Vienna and Monte Carlo. This will be Dr. Beer's first visit to his native Vienna since before World War II. The couple will return to Miami Beach in September. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier and ^heir two daughters, Myrna and Carol, left for a three-week tour of the North, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sandier have planned to attend the President's convention of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Virginia Beach. The weekend of July 4 their daughters are to join them for the return trip. Mrs. George Talianoff and daughter, Susan, arrived on the Constellation from New York this week where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Talianoff's sister, the former Miss Marilyn Sable. They weie gone six weeks. %  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shachno are leaving this week for Saratoga Springs, N. Y. and New York City. They will return after five weeks. •* Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein of 2828 S.W. 18th St. plan to leave June 24 for a three months tour of South America, includinq Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago, Chile. %  %  • Rev. Joseph Malek is spending the summer in California. Mrs. Malek and daughter, Lillian, have gone to Buffalo, N. Y., to visit a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooperman and their children, Michael and Allan. Planning a trip abroad for the summer are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby and Mr. and Mrs. William Singer. %  k u 7 i Law eeeVS r*v 1 BF^ t % % % % %  % f Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Itabbi lirauor I iiill's l..iriliii'i-s A double ring ceremony May 27 in Rabbi Murray Grauer's study joined in wedlock Miss Marion Richheimer. daughter o f Mrs. Lillian Richheimer of 1135 S.W. 6th St.. and Llovd Gardner. son of Mrs. Sally Gardner. 1335 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach. The bride was attended by her mother while Dr. Alvin Gardner served as best man for his brother. Dinner at the Martinique hotel for wedding guests followed the ceremony. Mrs. Mildred Silver of New York, aunt of the bride, was here for the occasion. Following their honeymoon at the Martinique, the couple are residing in Miami where Mr. Gardner is engaged in the practice of accountancy. Mizrachi Benefit Dance At Landesman Home Tamara chapter. Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami, has made extensive plans for a swim, dance and barbecue to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Landesman, 2925 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday at 6 p.m. A contest for the most beauti ful and the funniest bathing suit will highlight the evening. Proceeds will go to the children's village in Palestine which Mizrachi Women maintain. Admission will be $1.50 per person and the public is invited. CATERING "KOSHER STYLE" by "STRAUSS" Excellent Jewish Catering at Leading Hotels Synagogues Private Homos Weddings • Bar Mitzvas Banguets • 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 Personally Speaking Spending a month's summer vacation at the Blackstone hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lorber of Cleveland, annual visitors to Greater Miami. Lorber heads the Milton Candy and Tobacco company of that city. Mrs. Lorber is the sister of Mrs. Jack Salomon, wife of the Blackstone's manaqinq director. Mrs. Jean Seitlin of 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut Grove, has returned from an extended trip in the North. Her daughter Miss Shirley Seitl n, will remain in New York visiting friends and relatives. + Spending three months in Asheville, N. C, are Mr and Mrs. J. P. Rifkin. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens of Miami Beach are vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. BLESSED EVENTS Bris for Daniel Jess, born March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldman of 934 79th Ter., Miami Beach, will be held Sunday evening at 9:45 a.m. in their home. Friends of the fam ly are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman, paternal grandparents, and their son, Arnold, of Woodside, N. Y., are here for the occasion. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Jeanette Good of Miami Beach. •* Twin boys. Marc Jeffrey and Roy Strephon, were bom May 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olesky of 1311 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman of 1445 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Harry David, May 22. MISCELLANEOUS Mrs. Newton Frishman is convalescing at Jackson Memorial hospital following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon have moved into their new home at 6034 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Gordon is a Miami Beach attorney. + Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Margolis are now residing in Miami. They recently moved here from Chicago where Dr. Margolis, a former Miamian, was associated with the Research department at the Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Mrs. Blatt Hostess At a luncheon in her home. 1082 Venetian Way, on June 19, Mrs. Abe Blatt, chairman of the membership committee of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, will formulate plans for an early membership drive, according to Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, Sisterhood president. A E Phi Alumnae Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae association met in the home of Mis. Jess Spirer, 2001 S.W. Third Ave., last night. Newly elected executiv. members of the group an Mrs Fred Grossberg and Mrs. Louis Kiensky. They are to ser the board with the officer-. Baked Golden Brown This Number One Jewish Favorite Owes Its Grand Taste To Thorough Oven-Baking A Kosher, Pareve Product! MOOUCEO UKDIt JTitCT M IIWCA j jvrHvnwT Golden brown oulsidel Meltingtender insidel That's what rtal ovtn bating does to Heini Vegetarion Beam. The "old-time taste" i • result '"• old fashioned recipe" used by the Heini chefs. Quick-lo-fl* os they ore good-lo-eof, Heini Vegetarian Baked Beans ore drenched in a savory souce of Hemi "Aristocrat" lomotoes ond ?"•• HEINZ vegetarian oven-baked ban$ or* KOSHER m



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-may. TONE 18. 1948 +Je*Uti fhridirui PAGE NINE .j ss |-'reema n | Steins Honeymoon i.„o ;l t 'il to Cohen In Havana. Cuba rnf c nu-nt of Miss Jacqueline Honeymooning JSSmm to Bart L. Cohen has L announced by her mother, Lucille Beck of 1538 JefferMi\ Cohen is the son of Mrs. Harold Cohen of S W 21st St. "rbe hride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High where she was .member of National Honor SoLv treasurer of Student Coun' and „n the Annual staff. She .•tended Florida State University Z is now enrolled at the UniLsity of Florida from which she i] ^e graduated in February. university Miss Freeman Vl in the Psychology club past president of Alpha phi colony. graduate of Miami Senior Mrs. son Ave. Mr:,ncl w At t ht and is Epsilon in Havana, Cuba, after their May !i wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stein who have now returned to live at 7734 Abbot Ave., Miami Beach. The former Miss Florence Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin, and Mr. Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stein, all of Mi Mrs. Marvin Moss Park Madlton Photo. .Miss Jacqueline Freeman :i where he served as treasof the student body, Mr. Cohen was active in National Honor Society, Key Club and Hi-Y. He did undergraduate • Yale University and the University of Florida and is nowattending the University of Florida Law school. The prospective bridegroom is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic former member of the •. Debate team and a member ol Pi Lambda Phi social rtity. Wi dding plans will be announced later. Mrs. Abraham Stein ami Beach, were united in Temple Beth Sholom by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs. Morton KravitZ, sisti : ol the bridegroom, was matron o' honor for the bride, while Phillip Sti in served as best man for his brother. A family dinner at the Shelborne hotel and open house in the Levin residence followed the ceremony. Mrs. Stein attended the school of Industrial Art, Philadelpl i Stein studied at City College of New York. Miss Elaine Sachs Heads Junior Hadassah Miss Elaine Sachs has elected as presidi nt ol t e Miinit, Junior Hi ir the %  %  car 1948-49, MisRoz Drosd president, will I lent. Ot: ei n to li ad I nelude. Miss Rita Rosenberg, first pres Mis.Phyllis E i econd vice pres.: Miss Helen Bogen, third vice pres.; M: ther Cohen, treasure!; Miss Mickv Kinhorn, financial sec; Miss Lee Friedman, corresponding si c; Shirley Friedman, recording i %  Marvin Moss and Bride Reside In Miami Beach Now residing at 330 West 42nd St.. Miami Beach, are Marvin Moss and his bride of May 26, the former Miss Mildred Goldberg, Their ceremony in the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman was followed by a reception at the Robeit Richter hotel after which the couple left for a Havana honeymoon. Mrs. Moss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldberg of Miami ih, chose Miss Judith Moss as her maid of honor. The bridegroom, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moss of Miami Beach, fwas attended by Jerry Goldberg. The bride attended schools in New Jersey: Moss, in Miami Beach. He is a member of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. SHARE APARTMENT Want a refined Jewish Lady to share a very nice apartment with a congenial lady. References exchanged Apply 1120 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach '•X3-0869 INCOME PROPERTY Best buy in locality Apartment House near Synagogue Only S26.000 Rents can be increased RUSSELL REALTY ROOM 407 CONGRESS BLDG. Tel 827638 487760 Controlled 1* leiwperalurw a-.urr prrllrftl *af ft v from moth* jnil hevt. Don I takr rhanrrs in-i"-i on "Certified. I. 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Mr. Shaffer., formerly of Palestine, has residing in this country for six months. Attending the couple were Mr. | and Mrs. John Starr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs Horowitz and Miss Dora Rosner. | An out-of-town guest for the occasion was the bride's sister, Mrs. Sally Spitz. The newly weds are now residing in Miami Beach. \ Mrs. GUwser Drtcgato World Jewish Congress Mrs. Louis Gl aser ol Miami BS wiU serve as an American Jewish Congress delegate World Jewish Congress convention to Montreaux. Switzerland June 27. Mr. Glasser will accomP w y ito er t heir children, Mona Louise and Sunny Stephanie. 44N. C, where the girls will ~ssx3rtt~ Wise of The rejudge Justine Wise PoJi NewYorfcattheconvenX 1 ...c also rccentlv Miamian was also i elected president oi im Women's Division. Jewish Film A Jewish Movie, "Cantor. A Je Yiddish by Mo.she EPPESS ESSEN KOSHER SALAMI • 7 9c lb. CORNED BRISKETS 9 8c lb. PICKLED TONGUE M c lb. KNOCKWURST 6 9c lb. FRANKFURTERS 6 9c lb. FRANKS. 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SAGE TEN fJewishfkifcMa/7 FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1948 Victor (iarvov Accepts Position In Los Angeles Victor Garvey, member of the staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the past two years, last week announced his resignation, effective July 1. Mr. Garvey has been assistant to the director in charge of community planning. Mr. Garvey will become Pacific Coast director of the United Synagogue of America and executive vice president of the Friends of the Jewish Theological Seminary, with headquarters in Los Angeles. In accepting his resignation. Morris Klass, executive director, said, "Mr. Garvey leaves behind the knowledge of a job well done in Miami and carries with him to Los Angeles our very best wishes for success in his new assignment." During his stay with the local organization, Mr. Garvey as secretary of the budget committee, directed the metropolitan unit in the past two fund raising campaigns, supervised tne recent population survey and initiated studies in personnel practice and leisure time agency programming. A group of Jewish agency executives tendered a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. Garvey at the Havana-Madrid on Wednesday night, June 2. Mr. Garvey plans to spend several weeks in New York before embarking for the West Coast. Coral Gables Affair Features Water Show A huge water show and nautical program is planned for the second annual swim dance sponsored by Coral Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith on Sunday, June 20, 8:30 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza hotel, Miami Beach. According to announcements by co-chairmen Jeiry Poncher and Jerry Sandrs, diving and swimming exhibitions will be given by professional athletes and dancing will continue throughout the evening to the music of the Ritz Plaza orchestra. All members of B'nai B'rith and their friends are invited. Tickets at $1.25 per person, tax included, may be secured from Poncher, 43-2249. Fishing Party An all-day fishing party on the yacht "Beatrice" has been scheduled for Sunday. 9:30 a.m., by the members of Tropical lodge, B'nai B'rith. Men interested in making the trip are advised to be at the Miami City Yacht Basin Sunday morning. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Local B'nai B'rith leaders in Washington. D. C, watch Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk (seated) sign the clerk's docket after they had all been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court. Also admitted to practice (left to right) were Attorneys Parker Holt of Fort Myers: and Godfrey K. Newman, Walter C. Kovner and Harry Zukernick. all of Miami Beach. Congressman George Smathers, sponsor of the group, is at the extreme right. Rabbi Lehrman Is Honored At Service Rabbi Irving Lehrman was honored on the occasion of his birthday at a special Sabbath service last Saturday morning, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The Sisterhood of the Center, of which Mrs. Ira C. Walsey is president, was in charge of arrangements for the reception following the Kiddush. Rabbi Lehrman has served the Jewish Center for five years as its spiritual leader. This past year he toured the DP camps of Europe and visited Palestine as a delegate of the Greater Miami Jewish Community, and wis active in the National United Jewish Appeal campaign. Tropical Lodge Social Members of Tropical lodge. B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a stag social in honor of Milton Katz and Henry Rosenwald on Monday evening. June 21, at the Hvde Park hotel. 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pmV. IUNE 18, 1848 kysisl Ihilinr PAGE ELEVEN (few Pioneer Croup Named Gold* Myerson oew Pioneer Women's orS-ttan has been created by Kf member, of Club No. I. Ed after the Israeli leader, KoiiP to be known as Golda My.'ison. Heading the first group of of. rs i s President Mrs. Isaac PuW Serving with her will be £f Anna Osheroff first v.ce •• Mrs. Rose Brody, second E'pres.; Mrs. Harry Queen,. fording sec; Mrs. Jack Greener, financial see.; Mrs. Anna I Sta-Bild. social and correspondf n g sec; Mrs. Israel Shapoff, treasurer. Major committee chairmen Include 1 M azath Hapolath, chairman Mrs. Samuel Zabarsky, cochairmen, Mrs. Miriam Rosen;, rU n and Mrs. Vera Zelzer; ership, Mrs. Phillip Kun.n; cu :tural. Mrs. Anna Sonn-Zild; Child Rescue Fund, chairman, Mrs Pearl Kiieger, co-chairman. M;b .. Louis Block; Jewish Nation[ Fund chairman, Mrs. Ray Channack, co-chairman, Mrs. Becky Kreimer; sunshine, Mrs. Edith Mink; publicity, Mrs. Harry Queen; hospitality, chairman, Fannie Bernstein, co-chairmen. Mrs. Hyman Sirota and Mrs. Bessie D'.amond. The Youlh Service and Breakfasts held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 9 o'clock each Sunday morning were, terminated for the summer months following the June 6th Breakfast. This popular aclivity at the Center will be renewed in the FalL noted correspondent, economist, author and world-traveler WORUUiDAMOMlME* Direct, honest talks on America and the entire world seen*. jLti&tf. ChevroletCo Gutman Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of E. Michael Gutman, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gutman will take place tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m. in Beth David synagogue, Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. A reception will be given by the parents from 8 to 11 p.m. that e\ening in honor of the Bar a their home, 2291 S.W. 17th St Pi Lamb Alumni Rally At Betty's Alumni association of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity has scheduled a fund-raising rally for Thursday. June 24, to take place in Betty's restaurant at 6:15 p.m. Funds derived are to help build the local fraternity house on the property site specified by the University of Miami. The group is endeavoring to be the first to complete their house. Those supporting the rally include Bill Jordan, Leonard Wic-n. Henry Hohauser, Paul Marks, E. Max Goldstein and Joseph M. Lipton. Rabbi Mescheloff, Lyons Guests of Jewish Hour Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of [Congregation Beth Jacob will be guest speaker on the Jewish Musical Hour program Friday which is scheduled from 11 a.m. to noon, according to an announcement b> Schachter. program director. Norman RLyons, Miami Beach attorney, will speak this weekend on the Sunday hour heard every week at 10 a.m. Both programs are broadcast over station WBAY. Lazarus Group Hoars I alianoff An address by George J. Talianoff, Florida Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League, a movie dealing with the displaced persons problem, dancing and refresl ments will headline the program prepared by the Emma Lazarus chapter, Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Y. Talianoff will be introduced by Mrs. Estelle Rubin, program chairman. His subject will be, "For Better Community Relations." The social program is under the direction of Miss Lillian Eisman who will be assisted by Mrs. Norman Ciller and the Misses Irene Sklar and Connie Kahn. Hollywood Outing Hollywood Jewish Center has planned a family outing for Sunday, June 27 at Greynolds park, beginning at 10 a.m. Rcfieshments will be served by the ladies auxiliary but attendants are asked to bring a picnic lunch. Those desiring transportation are to call 1503J or 333W. CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5c 5 GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plus Bottle Dtpoiiti PHONE 2-4128 Dogpatch Party A "Country Style Social" has been planned by Miami chapter of Masada for tomorrow night at 2614 S.W. 11th St. to which everyone is to come dressed in "Dogpatch" attire. Admission will be $.50 per person at the door. STEEL ERECTING HAULING Non Too Largo or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Builders if Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade • Large stock of monuments on display for immediate delivery in all Jewish cemeteries. • Serving the leading Jewish families in this area s.ncc 1925. 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PAGE TWELVE +.lmisli fhrldfiair Council Appoints Special Chairmen At a recent board meeting of Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, held at the home of Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. the following committee chairmen were appointed for the ensuing year: Scholarship, Mrs. Carl Wrinkle, cchalrmnn, Mrs Hen Bronston; bylaws, Mrs. Monte Sellg; pledge luncheon. Mrs. .1. Gerald Lewis; parliamentarian. Mrs. Isaac Levin; arranRements, Mrs. Herbert Soher; memberahlp, Mrs. J. Oerald Lewis, co-chairmen, Mrs Elry Stone. Mrs. Max Preyer: hospitality. Mrs. Abe Rubin: publicity. Mrs. .loseph P, Oleicher: nneaSlnes and stationery, Mrs. Lewis Capland. Mrs \\'m Bernstein; telephone. Mrs, Harold Atislaud, co-chairman. Mrs. Boh Schwartz: bulletin. Mrs. Julius Oshlair; remembrance. Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis Brown; social legislation and action. Mrs. Harold Rand: international relations. Mrs. Albert Roaenthal; contemporary Jew. Ish a'ffairs. Mrs. Leon Kaplan: Interfnlth, Mrs Harry Barnhard; forum. Mrs. Svdnev Welntraub; program. Mrs. los.-ph Williamson: social welfare. Mrs. Nathaniel T>vln: overseas. Mrs Alexander Libow: assist fin s"<-v Mrs Julius Mufson: service to foreign born, Mrs. Nat L> Williams, .1....,.,.. ^ rs T,eonard Heldner; port and dock volunteer. Miss Edna He naturalisation, Miss Kdna nslenl hospitality, Mrs. Irving Kobley. A special board meeting has boon called for Tuesday, June 22. at the Probus Club. Allen Brooks Shevach Arthur Pepper Receives American Legion Award Arthur Pepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, received the American Legion award from Shenandoah Junior High school, as the outstanding boy of the graduation class. Arthur had been president of the student body, president of the dramatics group and active in manv other scholastic activities. "Hymie Sez" Regards from South America! While I'm arranging with our Latin American friends of a Steady stream of gorgeous tropical flowers to be shipped to the Little Tigers Flower Shop, my staff can take good care of your needs. Go in and get acquainted you will get a warm welcome whether you want to buy or just to admire our unique collection "HYMIE SEZ" Remember, folks, it's vacation time whether it's your wife, sweetheart, mother or sister who is leaving on a trip, she'll love you for that going-away corsage gorgeous orchids at S3.00 ar.d S3.50—ther corsages from 75c "HYMIE SEZ" Just as I thought! Last week's cial on Dish Gardens for $2.00 (easily worth $5.00) went like hot cakes! We'll have more for you this week at the same lowprice "HYMIE SEZ" If you're looking for exotic and unique floral anar.gements for any occasion—that's our specialty Many of our rare and unusual flowers are shipped directlv from wholesale markets in New York that's how we can hold our prices down to rock bottom .. "HYMIE SEZ" Are you looking for a particular variety of Rose? you'll find it in our collection ... at the unheard of price of $1.50 per dozen and wait till you see our fancy carnations only $1.00 a dozen! AND—(this is hard to believe but seeing is believing)—lovely and unusual peonies at $1.25 a dozen Don't we go easy on your pocketbook? "HYMIE SEZ" I'll be seeing you soon—at my Little Tigers Flower Shop, 1438 Drexel Ave. Remember — we're open evenings and Sundays— we'll be looking for you! Adv. Allen Shevach Receives Conservatory Award Allen Brooks Shevach, 7'2. son of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach, Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, was awarded the Colonel Leslie Bus well silver cup at the Miami Conservatory of Music, May 26. The award is made annually to the student of the conservatory who has shown the greatest improvement during the season. Allen is the student of George Huber. rrrr 'o* r ,;> Over 400 Attend Temple Isaiah Opening Services An overflow audience of more than 400 people attended opening services of the new Reform congregation of Miami Beach last Friday, and witnessed the installation of Rabbi David Raab as spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the rabbinical association of Greater Miami. Also addressing the attendants were Harold Shapiro, chairman of the hoard of directors, and Alfred Kreisler, vice president of l*e Temple. An Ark of Law was designed by Miss DeWitt Page and flowers for the evening were donated by Mr and Mrs. Max Gottlieb and Mr. and Mrs. Simon HilL Recejfc tion following was arranged by Miss Clara Goldenberg while members of the local Alpha Ep=ilon Pi fraternity served as ushers. Mrs. David Drucker, Mrs. Herman Fried and Miss Corinne Goodman were guest soloists. Among the many congratulatory messages received by the new temple were those of Rabbi Albert L. Raab of East Liverpool Ohio. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. oresident of Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kasap, Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Dr. Nelson Glueck, Dr. lulian Morganstern, Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Miami Beach Zionist District. Zionist Youth Commission, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Jewish Home for the Aged. B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. Miss Anna Daniels of Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig, Leanore and Alex Van Straaten, Rev. John Howard Hanger, former Dresider.t of Greater Ft. Lauderdale Ministerial Association. Friday evening services will continue tonight through the summer at 4925 Collins Ave., beginning at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on the subject "On Building a Temple" this evening. M.'s Goodman is to be guest ^OGUST BROS Rvr iV 1, the at srf DRAPERY CORNICES CUSloM MAbt SfVIKAl ilYlfS AND ttlJIMS PHON1 48 0JV4 R I T E W A Y VENETIAN PtlND CO .iiiitiiiiiiiii, iiniiiiiiiiiiiiii soloist and a reception will follow Flowers have beer, donated by Alpha Epsilon Pi. Rabbi Raab has announced plans for a religious school to open in September. Included in the charter members are Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb. Siegfried Geisman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund I. Kaufmann, Leonard Abess, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hirsch Jerome and Marcella Hofmayer. Jacob Robinson, Moses Ginsberg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodman. Alfred Kreisler, Dr. Seymour Kreisler, Mr. and Mrs. Ehie! Lesowoder, Abe Eisenberg, Dr and Mrs. F. H. Fisher, Dr. an-! Mrs. Henry Cadan, Mr. and Mrs. Al Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Ham Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kramer, Dr Stanley Wasman, Louis Steige ar.d others. IN STOCKl NEW JEWISH STATE FLAG OF ISRAEL WILLIS NOVELTY ADVERTISING 404 N.W. 2nd Are., Miami Phone 9-2260 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington •'.. Miami Beach. Rabbi MOMS Mescheloft; Cantor Louis D. Feder. rYHay evening service at 6:45. Saturday morning service at 8:30. Mlnch.i at 6:4.". Rabbi Ifeacheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Bummer sessions of the Kelijrlous School from in a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration now In progress. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid BT~ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTiky. Friday evening services 6:4.'.: Saturday morning at H:3" am. Minch.i al 6:30 p.m. Maarlv at 7:18, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th sve. Rabbi Simon April. Ft May evening ser\ ices at 6:41 Saturday morning at 9 am. Rabbi April will speak on "The Priestly RleanlitiT." Mlnchs at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak ..n "Ethics of our leathers.'' F"atherson breakfast at 1> a.m. Sunday morning. Hebrew school dally 9 a.m. till 13 noon. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Qrauer will preach on the Portion of the Week. Mlncha at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Ethics of the Fathers CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth Da rid. 135 N.W. Third BT*. Rabbi Max Shapiro; ROT. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday evening at 6:45 p.m. Sabbath services at W a.m. Car Mitzvah of I*-on, son of Mr and Mrs Sam (ioldenblank and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert r.utman Registration for summer Hebrewschool 9:30 a.m. Monday. Classes dally, Monday through Thursday. 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:3o. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m Rabbi lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Par Mltzvah of Jerome Mitchell, son of Mr. an.I Mrs. Nathan Tarlvn. Hebrew religlous school 9 to 12 noon. Jewish Community Center, 3030 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kaufman will address the congregation, Saturday services at 10 a.m. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 6 p.m. in the board room of the Temple. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. REFORM Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins Are.. Miami Beach. RarJfji David Raab. Services Friday evening at S:15 p.m. lUl.bi Raab will preach on the subject "On Building A Temple." Reception follows. Temple Israel 137 N.E. 19th st Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 1:15 p m. Rabbi Zwltman will conduct services, Temple Emanu-EL 1301 S. Andrews areFort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at S.oo. Speaker to be announced. JRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1948 Politics or prejudices are unknown to hungry Eurooean children who ask only the right to live, and are fed al emergency stations of agencies of American Overseas Aid-United Nations Appeal for Children. You can send your contribution to help the Crusade for Children to 701 Biscayne Building, Miami 32, Fla. Weinstein Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Weinstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wcir.stein, 1542 Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach, took place Thursday. June 10. in Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. The boy celebrated his thirteenth birthday June 12. Wcinsrein Y Camp Examinations Physical examinations for Home Camp residents of the Miami YM & WHA will be given Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Y building. Attending physicians will be Doctors Harold Rand. George Lister. Reuben Rochkind and Erna Kl.iss. Budner Reception Al Budner of 3440 Garden Ave. Miami Beach, has inviti .1 close friends to attend an informal reception tomorrow evening in honor of his cousin, Alvin Boder.stein. a student at Con ill university who is visiting party begins at 9 p.m. Unveilings SEPSENWOLS WIDOW Who has gone North has given us the key to her beautiful 3 bedroom CBS home with a lovely CBS bungalow in rear that rents for $800 a season. Both homes completely furnished, including linens, silver, dishes, etc. Close to everything —15th St. near 171h Ave., S.W. $14.250—Half Cash CALL SHIFF Exclusive with II AY /ll I.I III REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER 1208 N.W. 2nd St. 3-3713 Monuments to the n the late Max Son/ and t Pinkus Leider will be unveiled Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mcschcloff will officiate at the first service ;it !•) a.m., and Rabbi Murray I for the latter at 1 p.m. Friends and relatives of both are asked to attend the ceremonies. Egresses Delightfully cool frocks jor travel and now pre: %  ed by Ethel in a wide choice of new, smart materials ETHELE.N DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. New Location of SEITLIN & COMPAN v INSURANCE Bonds 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. ^ %  ;i; '" % %  rensed Facilities Will Be Available to Better Serve Our Increased Clientele



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ni n>AYjUNEj!li^jewish Community Warned Against Contributing To Irgun, Stern Groups J**istfhrkliari PAGE THIRTEEN lacob Sher, president of the rLtw Miami Jewish Federation j U st concluded a sucL'ul fund-raising campaign in Shall of the United Jewish Apli and 44 other agencies £dav issued a warning ish community against confuting to the Irgun or any Jfter organization claiming to defend Israel. Tins warning was based upon yesto the information i, iiived from Dr. Young Zionists Discus* Israel Abba Hillel Silver, Chairm of the American section of the Jewish agency. "There is todav but one TV fene Army of Israel and it is maintained bv the provisional government of Israel," wrote Dr. Silver. Mr. S l er also referred to a recent statement of Mosbe Shertok. foreicn secretary of Israel, in whi^h he declared that "in view of the dissolution of Irani Zwei Leu i i and its impending complete incorporation in the Defense Armv of Israel, all si I drives and allocations are unwarfour | ranted and should be discontinued Cartoonist To Address Isaac Levin Dinner Leonard Sansone, noted cartoonist and author of "The Wolf," will headline the program of eiit'itainment at a member dinner 01 Isaac Levin lodge, B'nai B'rith on Thursday, July 1, at 7:30 p.m at Harvey's Restaurant, 1751 Biscayne Blvd. First anual dinner has been arranged for the members of the lodge by a committee headed by Mart.n Rosen. He will be assisted by Dunuld Eanetl. vice president Paul Glassel, St^ve Davis. Stanley Halpern, and Morton Perry Isaac Levin, a past district president, and monitor of the lodge, will describe the proceedings at the 5th district convention. Representatives from rating adult Zionist groups will sunday. June 20, at 8 p.m., ,. th e Miami Beach Jewish Community Cei ter, to discuss public-jeanarise^of any section or groun hr the theme "Principles Guiding forthwith. All parts of the Deferse Armv are financed with central funds and no questior other and a Post-Wat Jewish State." The forum meeting, open to I-,. general public, is being sponged by the Miami Beach chapter of Masada, Youth Zionist Organi President Ted Nelson and entatives of three groups—Betar, Habonim, United Revisionists, respectively Said Bookbinder, Reuben n and Miss Arlene Rosen, to speak. ph Pardo has been designated chaii i an of the newly orMiami Masada chapter, to act as h">'. I. R. Goodman, chairman of the Miami Zionist Emergency Council, will serve as moderator. of the Aimv claiming separate financial assistance for its maintenance or operations expense." "These statements from Moshe Shertok and Dr. Silver should convince our local peoole that thev should not contribute to such groups as Irgun or Stern," concluded Mr. Sher. "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is t*-p only authorized local agency of the United Jewish Appeal which is endeavoring to ra minimum of S250.000.000 in 1948 for the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement programs of the United Palestine Appeal, the .Joint Distribution Committee and the United Service for NewAmericans." Ben Hartley Sponsors Cuban Fashion Show A new bid to boost interin friendship and und'.rT his time with the emphasis on the women's angle— in Havana yesterday •-landing United Statemodels presented the latest in sumn/: fashions at a fashion ihow in the Cuban capital's swank Jockey Club. !: %  Hartley, president of Hartinc, Miami department -(•red the showing to Cuban interest in buying wardrobes in the United States, thereby directly promoti ; and indirectly bolstering goodwill between the two count:. Fraternal Order Aids llnganah Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order. Lodge 192. of Greater Miami, will launch a campaign for an ambulance for the Haganah on Sundav. at 6 p.m., at the Strand Restaurant. 1225 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Dmn. i will be served at S2 per plate. The ambulance is to have on its panel t. e Star of David a the inscription "Presented by the People's Fraternal Ordei of Greater Miami." Ma: eel Chiland, tenor, and Luba Roy. accordian player, will headline the program. Reservations for the event arc to be sent to ticStrand restaurant, telephone 58-2979, 2-5431 or 48-1041. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL IfOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Miami Children's Shop at 122 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants V2S 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of North West Cut Rate Liquor Store at I-.63 N. W. 79th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, SAMUEL STERN Sole Owner 6'll-18-25 7/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOI ICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hu.sinc&s under the fictitious name of Florida Maid Lingerie at I'. Florida, t.. the Hon. W. F plan ton. County Judge of Dade coun%  1 fil.th.sain.in his office In 'inCounty Courthouse m Dad.County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first liublic.it, oti her.-of Bald Claims or demands to contain ti„. legal address of lalmant and to he sworn to anil presented aaforesaid, or same will %  I %  '' red Bi e Dei ii..a 12" of the 1939 Act. Date J^it.e 15, AD IS4C MILTON K. RUBIN and HARRY ZUKERNICK As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Morris S Rubin also known as M. s. Rubin. Deceased. HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executors S/1S-2S 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Modern Upholsterer and Decorators Supplies at 2322 Ftlscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the C|ruit Court of Hade County. Florida. MAX DtlOSSIN Bole Owner 5/18 G'4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of People's Meat Supply at 2323 N. E. Miami Court. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida. HARVEY ERSHOWSKY ARTHCR SCHAAP Partners Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln Attorneys for Applicants iL'rt Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Fla. 5 :' %  6 4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that 'lie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of %  I' 1 Distributors at 2:123 N.E. Miami Court, Miami. Florida. Intend •o register said name with the Clerk %  r the i'ire uit Court of Dade County, Florida HARVEY ERSHOWSKY ARTHUR BCHAAP Welnsteln, Welnsteln A.Welnsteln \ttornevs for Applicants 8 18-2". : :< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the, undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Al S\ Cole, Sales Promotions at 1215 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. Intends t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. At, S. COHEN Role Owner HARRY D1ETZ Attorney for Applicant 17ir, Congress Building '.'2S 6,'4-ll-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI.ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 117487. LENA C.ARRITY. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES H. OARRITY, Defendant. YOU, JAMES H. C.ARRITY. 405 North Oeddes Street, Syracuse, New | York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before July 3. I'M". or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED: June 3, 1948. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. ORBEN, Deputy Clerk. Wasman. Silver and Sakowltz Attorneys for Plantlff Suite 918 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 6/4-11-18-25 7/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/IRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 117330. FRANK BOND, sometimes known as FRANK BONDIETTA. Plaintiff, vs. MAROARET BOND, sometimes known OH MARGARET BONDIETTA. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MAROARET BOND, sometimes known as MAROARET BOND1 ETTA, Address unknown. You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 2"ith day of June, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint .will be taken as confessed against you Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks lithe Jewish Florldia, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. DATED this 27 day of May. 1948. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In -v under the fictitious name of lumbn Sandwich Company at 12 B. W :7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register -aid name with the Clerk .f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida BEN KIR8CHNEH LILLIAN KIRSCHNER • is ; !•••„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Visin.ss under the fictitious name of The Dude Club al J00 N. E. 1st Aveme, Miami, Florida, intends to reglsi ,i name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.' County. Florida. FRANCES J. TeiWT Sole inner ; .'-'.'-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 117S58. IRVINO LANDSBBRO. Plaintiff, vs. \DF1.F LAND8BERQ, Defendant Po idele Landsberg, 120 West :.:th Street New York, New York You are hereby ordered to flie your ppearance or answer to the bill of omnlaint for divorce filed against you i,v IRVINfl LANDSBBRO, on or be r „ the 14 day of July. IMS. other i-lne the allegations of said hi" '>•''"• %  £• VLEWRMAN. Cierh ,,f Circuit Court. Circuit Court *•!> p QKBJSS Deputy Clerk. iEOROE J TALIANOFF solicitor for Plaintiff B %  --•' will NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sinter and Brother Togs at 49 N. E. 1st Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants -, 2S 6 4-11-18-25 STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtVTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party Makers) at the City of Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County o r< da BERNARD P. 9AFFER MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney for Bernard P. Saffer 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. .-, 21-28 6/4-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV T?II 'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1N 1? 'juraAL CIR.-UIT IN AND FOR DADE fOUNTY, FLORIDA, Mu^''!'^, : s:^ni-.o':-pmintiff. M vJ VINCENT Y. BCOF1BU>. DeSAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 5/28 6/4-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT coll'.T OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 117229. HELEN COSTELLO, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES W. COSTEIJX). Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JAMES W. COSTELLO 201 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cause on or before the 28 day of June. 1948: otherwise the 1 legations of said Bill of Complaint will be 1 it en as confessed against you. lt this Order be published once n week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Florldlao, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida DATED this 27 day of May, 1918. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM, W. BCOFIELD fendant. TO: VINCENT Y. Residence unknown to tne be entered *'"* >OU Dated M^-y^KATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit (Circuit Court Seal) MARION BROOKS, olvmpla Building j 28 6/4-11-18 SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Flo-Ma "i/28 6/4-11-18 STOOKINO, Deputy Clerk. CourtM c. ORFEN. Deputy Attorney Clerk. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/ORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1172HV ERNEST MAI.I.INCER. Plaintiff. VS. CLAIRE MAI.l.lN'OER. Defendant. TO: CLAIRE MALIJNCER ROUTE 1, BOX 533, NATIONAL CITY. CALIFORNIA YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before June 28, 1948; otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 24th day of May. 1918. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. uffiKftJii IF FLoltll — IN CHANCERY, No. Plaintiff, vs. Defendant. rot'N'TV 'WIRE P BWJM MURRAY MltfvvSiB PO: MURRAY SILVERS JO Hi zl Street !! r ',k lmHEREBY NOTIFIED that igalnsl you. .,„,! you ar.. here file therein your B| annearance IS, 1948, mmm ...^.00 plaintiff, vs. JUDES. 'V RA 1c^ES M ^i0RE-^'yui.ES, Iiefendant. THE STATE OF TO: FRANCES BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida 21 0/4-11-18 STOCK IN'; Deputy Clerk. OF FLORIDA: MAGOIORE I^i JUDES, r,.j Patchen Ave. Brooklyn 21, New York. titled and ordered Y U Vr W/lMU of Complaint f .., i,.,i cause on of June, 1948; otherwise Ions of said BUI of taken as confessed Mana-Zucca. Miami's leading musicians meet over c m s c L an aieader Rudy ved composer of popular ballads. P re *f"" The Rudy Baum m with a sheaf of her latest composil.ons^jn ^^ Mu _, Philharmonic concert at the fcelov Baum wnn • W """*"J inhtiv ii bands and special gypsy trios are heard %  r philharmonic Beach hotels and cocktail lounges. Recently, in chose Mana-Zucca a* its honored composer Coral Gablei Country Club. therwlae the allegations 1 ill be I Mteii Ircuit take „ confessed by you. K J ?.t_&i. it ,, ,„ „,e Circuit Court. C00rt "_? F. J. COVT.V. Deputy Clerk. M FI71NPERC. Miami, r"' or d f/I-l the alleBiiComplalnt will against you. ,hls Order be published once a*^%SffW_S£ lh Jewish Eloridian.^.^ ^jjg^ be Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Clerk of Court Seal) By M. C OREEN. Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \.N|i FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 117m JULIV VON OERICHTBN, Pliiintiff. vs HOWARD YON OBR1CHTRN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FliORIDA: To: HOWARD VON QBRICHTEN 184 Schaeffer Street Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the iliove-stvled cause on or before the Htb day of June, 1948; otherwise thUlegatlons of said Mill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order he published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. DATED this 27th day of May. 1918. E. It LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, (Circuit Court Seal) By F. 17 n.1 Congress Building Miami 82. Florida 5/38 S/4-11-18 SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 5/28 6/4-11-18 J. OOU1.D. Deputy Clerk.



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PAGE FOURTEEN 9-JenislflerMkjr FRIDAY, JUNE 18. ig J JDA Council Plans Convention For November Members of the National Council of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA), comprising mori than 600 community leaders representing every state in the Union, will hold their third annual meeting on November 19-21 in Cleveland, Ohio, it was anXeu'sbita Carl and Lester, sons of Mrs. Lyn Warner, 1619 Lenox Ave., will both report on the 24th to their posts with the United States Army. Carl, who saw wartime service with the Marines, will attend officer candidate school in Fort Riley. Kansas, and Lester, who saw overseas duty with the Navy, Will go to Sherman. Texas, as an Anr.y aviation cadet. Both boys attended the University of Miami after their discharge from the armed forces. Graduating from Yale University on the 21st will be Hubert D. Saal, 624 Michigan Ave. PfC. Jack. N. Taub has been assigned to the 40th fighter wing on Guam. Jack is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Taub. of Miami. Leonard Abess nounced by Leonard L. Abess. a member of the council's executive committee. Mr. Abess made his announcement following a meeting of the national executive committee which he attended recently in New York City. The Joint Defense Appeal is the financial arm of the American Jewish Committee and the | Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. This year the JDA is campaigning for S6.104.540 to meet %  i minimum needs of the two ise agencies required in their t against anti-Semitism. "A full program for the AJCl ar.d the ADL is more vital than • VI r," Mr. Abess declareI. "W< must take proper action now t<'| llize adequate community] support for the defense program. Jewry can meet its relies abroad only if its staius and security at home an fully protected." An enviable record for the highest grade given in every class during his four-year course, has teen established by Jules Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin, 1445 Pennsylvania Ave. Jules, who graduated after four years of engineering in the Massachus. tts Institute of Technology with perfect marks, will join the staff of the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Long Island, for a year, after which he will return to M.I.T. for graduate work. Receiving his degree in electrical engineering last Fiiday, was ., seph M. Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Ter. Joseph graduated from Ohio State University. Eli Hurwitz, of the Peninsular Institute, has been elected to the board *>f governors of the Miami r "' Internal Auditors. Majorii t; in prc-medical studies. Marvin Y. Ilader, of 1000 Meridian Ave.. received his bachelor of sciei ce degree at Dartmouth college this week. Local Agencies Benefit From M. S. Rubin Estate An estate estimated const rva %  tively as more than S100.000 in stocks, bonds and mortgage was distributed in the will oi Morris S. Rubin, forme: Mian;. Beach apartment building owner. The will was filed for probate Monday. He died June 9 at the age of 78. The hulk of the estate is left to his wife. Mrs. Fannie Rubin, 2000 Liberty Ave.. Miami Beach, after bequests to relatives and charities. These included S5.000 each to his son, Milton K. Rubin. Scarsdale, N. Y.; grandchildren Sandra and Barbara Rubin, and Miriam Horowitz: S2.000 to Greater Miami Jewish Federation; $500 to National Children's Cardiac Home: S500 to Miami Beach YM and YWHA; $500 t<> American Red Cross; $1,000 to Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and $500 to Dade County Community Chest. Harry K. Zukernick and Milton K. Rubin are executors of the estate. Judith Wolpert. daughter of Mr. %  iid Mrs. George Wolpert, 1776 S.W. Kith Ave.. is acting as guest it of Mademoiselle Magazine in New York, assisting with the college issue scheduled to appear in the fall. Beach offices have been opened bj S. Laurence Sootin, member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors at 420 Lincoln Road. AVC Officers Milton Gaynor will be installed as chairman of the American Veterans Committee of Miami Beach at their annual installation dance July 19 in the Atlantis hotel. Other new officers are Saul Broida. vice chairman; Arnold Greenfield, secretary; Stanley Richard, treasurer; Dr. David Walterman, historian, and Dr. Hem.an Boughton, parliamentraian. Yagour Club Wins Song Festival Award Winners of a song festival presented by the Young Judaea clubs of Greater Miami, the club Yagour was presented with a plaque by the Zionist Youth Commission of which Dr. E. J. Edelman is chairman. The song festival was held on Sunday. February 22 at Beth Jacob Congregation. Miss Selma Lewis, leader of the club Yagour, made the statement that the Yagours had worked long and hard in order to win the song festival and will do their best to keep the plaque by winning it again at next vear's song festival. Pictured left to right are: Judy Robinson. Betty Baron. Iris Heilbrun. Elaine Zitser. Barbara Brooks. Sharon Milberg. Libby Mrs. T. V. Moore To l>irc<*t Local Cancer Control Mrs. T. V. Moore of 4514 N.E. First Ave. has been appointed to direct cancer control activities of the American Cancer Society in Dade county, according to an announcement by Mrs. Malcolm Smith, state commander of the Society's Florida Division in Tampa. First choice in a field of nearly a dozen qualified persons under consideration. Mrs. Moore's appointment was a unanimous decision, Mrs. Smith stated. County, state and national officials of the society conferred. Hochman of the Zionist Youth Commission. Paula Belinksy. president of the Yagours. Dorothy Newman. Stella Katz, Sandra Rosenthal. Carol Susel. Hope Shepnick. Back row: Erne Feldman, Barbara de Joner, Selma Lewis, leader of the Yagours. Members of the club who were not present are Marilyn Katz, Hannah Frosh. Sandra Savader. Rosalie Adlcr. Susan Meyerson, Helene Shernoff, June Cohen, Elaine Klein, Nita Levitt. LET'S BE FRIENDS! Are you lonesome? Find friendship, pen pals or romance thru worldwide contacts. International Bureau P. O. Box 587, Miami 4 WHY IIILONELY? Meet people who want to meet you. Enjoy an active I social life by personal introductions through a national organization, one of the oldest and largest of its kind. Recognized by national magazines, | newspapers and radio. Make appointment today. Learn our new plan CLARA LANE FRIENDSHIP CENTER, INC. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St. Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M. Hebrew Matrimonial Agencv Teachers Doctors Dentists Business Men RUTHEY CHANCIS. Director OUT-OF-TOWNER8 A SPECIALTY. 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miDAV JUNE 18, 1948 rAnisltkrlrftotj PAGE FIFTEEN CALLING --All Blood Donors! The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our community ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood donated. 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 SOS CALLS Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has 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 the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transfused 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 qualified 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 ,AXL A Phone 9-1631 1750 N.W. 10th Avenue This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors 1 iua nc( ... „„rnni ELECTRIC CO. Nellie ThlS Appeal maae roHV "' Z aECTRIC CO. Nellie E. Rrennan. Real Es.a.e Fincher Oldsmobile Motor. Inc. Pearl Line Lighting Product : WAGONfflELEC ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i *i J ^. & m ^K M A — A B • T II 1 £ *\I w yi r\ V r^ & w w > % v r^ %  1740 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Grand National Importers & Wholesale Liquors 309 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami "HARBOR ISLE" 79th Street Cause way Miami Beach Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Road Miami Beach MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S.W. 8th Ave. Miami MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO. 7003 Biecayne Blvd. Miami PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY 4450 S.W. 74th Ave. Miami Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp. 4525 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cowl . Wami 545 N.W. 22nd St. Mumu ^ %  ACE EXTERMINATING CO. E. E. BRETT-Real Estate Ter Wami 7335 Collins Ave. Miam. Beach 2377 BERNI HOTEL Southern Engineering & Meiai ^ ^^ ^ Miami Products Co. 25 N.E. 17th Terrace Miami Charron-Williams Commercial College 804 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami CLARK & LEWIS COMPANY 34 N.E. 11th St. Miami Curry House Apts. & Hotel Rooms 253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N.W. 14th St. Miami Miami Biscayne Exterminating Service Dulaney s Q f Miami Beach, Inc. onno /-„,„! Wav Miami 4 n 41st St. Miami Beach „ rtM!T 3003 Coral Way Miami SUPER LAUNDROMAT 1529 S.W. 8th St. Miami TOWN LAUNDRY. INC. P. O. Box 536 Opa Locka 231 11th St. Biscayne Laundry & Dry Cleaners -,m o T re rn BLUE. ur.ni TRU1TT SALES CO g7sw8thSf Custom House Pier No. 2 Edwards Wholesale Produce Co. 1260 N.W. 22nd St. Miami st Miami 1260 N.W. 22nd St. !" c BLUE DERBY RESTAURANT Egner & ^Mulcahy-Tailors Ub vTi^mi Lorraine Arcade Miami' Lorraine Arcade M'arvi



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jenlst fkridllnn FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1949 Federation Revises Budget, Giving Above Original Allocation To UJA The United Jewish Appeal will receive this year over $1,000,000 from the Greater Miami Jewish community, according to Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. This is twice the amount given in 1947 to the UJA. When Federation set its goal for $1,489,925 for 1948, the budget committee allocated $1,000,000 to the UJA and the balance to some ten local and 34 other national and overseas causes. At the termination of the campaign in April, the sum of $1,240,000 had been pledged and the budget committee revised its UJA allocation downward to $800,000. Subsequently, Federation launched its now-famous "Save the State of Israel" appeal, pledging that all money raised in this campaign would directly go to Local Services Bureau of Jewish Education 5 Greater Miami Jewish Federation (year round activity).. Jewish Home for the Aged Mt. Sinai Hospital, Inc ( Res.) National Council of Jewish Women Refugee Resettlement (Res.) YMHA of Miami YMHA of Miami Beach the UJA. This campaign will net the sum of $250,000. Added to the $800,000 previously allocated, the UJA will therefore receive approximately $1,050,000. Mr. Klass also revealed that Federation has assisted the Town Y to secure a loan of $45,000 and the Beach Y to obtain a loan of $55,000, amounts needed to complete their buildings. This action followed adoption by the board of governors of i> new policy in which Federation will raise capital funds for those projects of its local member agencies which are approved by the planning committee. A complete breakdown of the disbursement of monies received from the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal and the Save the State of Israel campaign follows: 21.620.0(1 33.95ti.50 31.242.50 15.000.00 4.232.00 12,500.00 31.423.23 24.761.20 French Tenor Features Concert For Aged Home Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged will celebrate x's day, Sunday at 2 p.m. with a gala concert arranged by Miss Anyuta Melicov. Heading the list of artists is Marcel Chiland, famous French tenor. Others on the program inTotal $ 174.735.43 Overseas Relief and Reconstruction American Birobidjan Committee 1,000.00 American Committee for the Relief of the Yemenite Jews 75.00 American Committee for the Weizman Institute of Science 1,500.00 Amrican Fund for Palestinian Institutions 4,000.00 Ezras Torah 3,000.00 Hadassah 13,300.00 Hias 5,000.00 Jewish Telegraphic Agency 750.00 National Committee for Labor Palestine 7,500.00 Pioneer Women's Organization 5,000.00 United Jewish Appeal 1,050,000.00 Tota' Sl,091,225.00 Civic Protective American Jewish Congress 5,000.00 Conference on Jewish Relations 50.00 Jewish Labor Committee 5,000.00 Joint Defense Appeal 20.000.00 Total $ 30,050.00 Education, Health and Culture American Academy for Jewish Research 50.00 American Jewish Historical Society 50.00 B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal 6,250.00 Dropsie College 150.00 Graduate Faculty of Political and Sciences 50.00 Hebrew Theological College (Chicago) 200.00 Histadruth Ivrith 125.00 Jewish Teachers Seminary 100.00 Jewish Theological Seminary of America 750.00 Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital 400.00 National Farm School 150.00 Rabbinical College of Telshe 50.00 Yeshiva Torah Vodaath & Mesifta 300.00 Yeshiva University 1,000.00 Yiddish Scientific Institute 750.00 Total National Service Agencies All erican Association for Jewish Education Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Fund. Jewish Occupational Council National Jewish Welfare Board Torah Umesorah .$ 10,375.00 750.00 3,745.00 50.00 4,200.00 50.00 Tot: 'l $ 8,795.00 Reserves Reserve for Contingencies 35,000.00 Reserve for Collection Losses 9o!oOO.OO Campaign Expenditures 52^613.50 TOTAL $1,492,793.93 'Ideal Father' to Vacation At Versailles Hotel "The Ideal Father of Greater Miami" is to be picked in a contest sponsored by the Versailles hotel and the Men'. Fashion Guild of Miami Beach, winner of which will take his entire family to the Versailles for a vacation weekend with all the "trimmings," June 19, 20. The general public is invited to submit nominations of whomever they consider to be greater Miami's "outstanding dad." These entries will be submitted in writing to Sam Beneckson who is the Town Reporter heard at 6:15 p.m. daily over WKAT. It was Mr. Chevrolet Truck Exhibit Shown On Causeway Local Chevrolet dealers are sponsoring a Chevrolet truck caravan exhibit which will be held Tuesday, June 22, at the Goodyear blimp base on MacArthur causeway. More than $90,000 worth of equipment, mounted on Chevrolet advanced design chassis will be shown and demonstrated. Sponsors include the Luby Chevrolet Co., Theil Chevrolet Co., Southland Chevrolet, Inc.. and Beach Chevrolet Corp. Beneckson who developed the idea originally in 1947. L EO I:ISI;\S TI;I> • Keuiu* Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach Herman Glasser Earns Fla. Architecture Degree Leonard H. Glasser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, of 1045 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, was the only boy in Miami Beach who was graduated fiom the University of Florida, at Gainesville, with a Bachelor of Architecture Degree conferred upon him on June 7. Glasser, graduate of Miami Beach High school, entered the university and after two years enlisted in the United States Army to serve in tiie Tank Corp division in Germany, for 3'T> years. Upon his discharge from the Army, he returned to continue his studies in architecture. He plans to enter the field of architecture in Miami Beach. Temple Men's Club Urge Aid For Israel Adding their voices to the m ; .nv local appeals to the national gov'ernment for aid to the newly created state of Israel, the men's club of Temple Israel has forwarded a resolution to the president and the secretary of st:.tc of the United States. The resolution urges cancellation of the arms embargo for shipment to the Jewish government and denial of any assistance "to the aggressor Arab states," whose terms in answer to the U.N. cease fire order "c institute a complete, unconditional and abject surrender of the Jewish State of Israel." Marcel Chiland dude Luba Roy. accordionist and vocalist: Hose Aarons. messo-soI orano; Dr. Benjamin Coleman. j instrumentalist; and Mania Shu] bov who will read several sketches from the works of Sholem Aleichem. Miss Melicov will accompany the artists on the piano and serve as master of ceremonies. The public is invited to join in the celebration. Refreshments will he served. Miami Beach Ladies auxiliary to the home will be hostesses. Committee in charge includes Mrs Benjamin Appel. chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Greenberg, Mrs. Mollie Silverman, Mrs. Frances Rakoff, Mis. Benjamin Kaplan and Mrs. Morris Sparber. We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE—WHITE FISH—BUFFALO AND CARP Lake Trout, Smelts when in season. Also all Southern Fish We 1ii iml Your I ish Free You Are Cordially Invited to Visit and See This New Sanitary Market 147 N.W. 5th St. Miami PHONE 82-4202 B I DAYS ONLY COME ONE! COME ALL! DON'T MISS IT THE 1*1 III II IS INVITED TO SEE THE CHEVROLET TRUCK CARAVAH A "Once in a Lifetime" Opportunity to See a Show and Demonstration of Over $90,000.00 Worth of Equipment Mounted on CHEVROLET Advance Design CHASSIS WHERE? Goodyear Blimp Base, McArthur Causeway WHEN* Mon.. June 21—10:00 A.M. Until 9:00 P.M. Tues.. June 22—10:00 A.M. Until 4:00 P.M. WHO? CHEVROLET TRUCK CARAVAN Sponsored by the Following Chevrolet Dealers LUBY CHEVROLET CO. IO SS W. Flaql er St. SOUTHLAND CHEVROLET CO. 11 25 N.E. 2nd A ve. THIEL CHEVROLET CO. 2107 Ponce De Leo n Blvd. BEACH CHEVROLET CORP. 550 Alton Rd. TRULY NOLEN. 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ihdliew^ltUQIiDjpidliiaun
21 -NUMBER 24
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH
WEEKLY
Israeli Cabinet In Session
PRICE TEN CENTS
Urged to Remain Calm in Oujda
PARIS, (JTA)Leaders of the Nationalist Party in French
Morocco this week renewed their appeals to Jews and Moslems
, //teTam ,'" ,ollowing the stabbing during the week-end
. of Mahomet Hajoui. Pasha of Oujda, at funeral services for
| Jews killed in last week's rioting in Oujda. The condition of the
| Pasha who was assaulted by a Moslem fanatic after delivering
[an address rebuking the anti-Jewish rioters, was reported as
I improved.
Israel. Cab.net is pictured at one of its first .identified man; Felix Rosenbluth, Justice; B. S
[awns. Around the table clockwise starting at the I Shitritt. Police; Eliezer Kaolan. Treasurer- David
lower left are: Mordechai Bentov, Labor. Public i Remez. Communications. Not shown are'Moshe
Works; Aharon Z.shng, Agriculture: Fr-.tz Bern- Shertok. Foreign Minister: Itschaq Gruenbaum.
Iitein, Trade and Industry: Moshe Shapiro, Im- Minister of the Interior, and Itche Mcir Levin
location; Rabbi J. L. Fishman, Education. Re- Minister of Health.
Itigion; David Ben Gurion. Premier, Defense; un- '
mediator In Consultations;
[lews Permit Convoy Check
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
limed Nations Truce Commission
Ins notified this week that Jew-
lb authorities have agreed to
|permit UN. observers to check
tod convoys entering Jerusalem
aider the secretly built bypass
Inad which .-kiits Latrun and is
lompletely controlled by the Is-
lueli army. The Truce Commis-
Ism asked tic Jews for permis-
lion to cheek the convoys at Bab
Wad, halfway point west of
|jerjsalem.
Earlier, the Jews offered to per-
lict inspect:> 'i ol the convoys only
V- ''' ity limits, but
[ ed to agree to this
proposal. Despite the Arabs' ob-
||tfl;ons the Jews brought a food
|w,voy into the city. A party of
foreign i dents arrived
. h the convoy and spent the
TEL AVIV, (JTA)U.N. medi-
ator Count Folke Bernadotte will
spend two days this week dis-
cussing with Jewish officials the
various political problems in-
IWV Urges Boycott Of Britain
i NEW YORK, (JTA)~The Jewish War Veterans of New York
; btate, at their 17th annual convention, adopted a resolution
' U,rqing th Wcott of goods and services of the government
of Great Britain and asked Congress to withhold E.R.P. funds
, from Britain for supporting the Arab position in the Palestine war.
Orders Prague Rabbi To Leave Post
PRAGUE, (JTA)Dr. Hanus Rezek, secretary-general and
Deputy Chief Rabbi of the Prague Jewish Community, was
informed this week by the Jewish Action Committee that it was
I not desirable for him to retain his present posts. Instead, the
' Action Committee offered him a rabbinical position in the city
of Brno. Dr. Rezek promptly rejected this offer, assertinq that
he was chosen Deputy Chief Rabbi of Prague.
Informal Discussions on Israel Loan
WASHINGTON, (JTAV-A report that the Export-Import Bank
had discouraged" the Provisional Government of Israel from
making formal application for a loan at this time is considered
to have given a misleading impression, authoritative sources
pointed out here. Very informal discussions have been going
on between bank officials and representatives of the Provisional
Government, "but have not even closely approached the stage
where formal application might be made," an Israeli Govern-
ment official said today. "Their status has not changed in the
slightest," he emphasized.
Haganah Leader,
Killed In Israel
TEL AVIV. (JTA)David Mar-
cus, Israeli commander in the
Jerusalem area, was killed in a
last-minute, pre-cease-fire battle
between Jewish and Arab Legion
troops. A former colonel in the |hoJ"d two d of clliCUSSU,n wlth
U. S. Armv. Marcus, who was 4
Immigrants Disembarks at Tel Aviv
The Jewish passenger vessel Kedmah arrived at the port
of Tel Aviv with some 400-odd immigrants. U.N. observers im-
mediately boarded the ship and inspected her for illegal arms
volved in seeking a permanent I cargoes and for men of military age. All the passengers were
peace in Palestine, it was re-! later disembarked. A total of 138 men and 37 women of mili-
tary age have been sent to a U.N. supervised camp near Hadera
where they will remain until the truce ends.
vealed here. Count Bernadotte is
scheduled to leave his Rhodes
negotiations headquarters and
Arab leaders.
Earlier, it was disclosed
that
years old. was a native of Brook-
lyn, N. Y.
Col. Marcus was New York City when Bernadotte stopped oft here
Commissioner of Correction from for a few hours Foreign Minister
1933-1940 and an assistant U.S. Moshe Shertok took the occasion
\\rab \vtfotiation
CAIRO -Tin' Arab League
indicated Wednesday it is will-
Pi to participate in negotia-
te for a permanent Palestine
Wtlement on condition that
|Wn is shelved.
Count Bernadotte, the United
MUons mediator, said the Lea-
I* Promised to send four ex
|perts n June 21 to 1 is head-
l the island of
|.,, ,..
Plans to return to Rhodes
nnspectiriK damage to Jewish
'ngs caused by Arab Legion
y. They returned to Tel
"ter interviewing the Jeru-
wmmander of the Haganah
'he convoys
"ew route, tin "
"urn ovei
;''- Ui
the
arrive via
empty trucks
main highway

' not subject to Red
Brtni1;11 Under tho terms of
W S interpretation of the
dSl fne resolution.
Ifljf ^vealed that Jewish au-
&r!LaV<'.,u,ncd over to the
seizure of
*Xiat5s staff a complaint
CJ5j.?e, Lemon's*
iw;r'in outskirts of
h. ,"U' a'ase-fre dead-
ne 'ocal Jewish area corn-
District Attorney from 1929-1933.
He was a West Point cadet and
last served in the War Depart-
ment's division of war crimes. He
also saw combat service on most
fronts during the last war. para-
chuting into Normandie with in-
vasion forces in 1944. He also
participated in drafting sum ndei
terms for Germany and Italy anil
lerved as a legal aide during the
Dumbarton Oak-, Yalta, Teheran
and Potsdam conferences
Mrs. Marcus declined to grant
the request of the Israeli govern
ment to have the body of her
husband buried in Israel. The
body will be brought to the
United States and will be in-
terred in the post c( metery al
West Point with full military
honors-. Col. Marcus was a mad
uate of West Point.
The request to i etui n the body-
to this country was made by the
widow in accordance with Col
Mar.-us' wishes. Services will b<
!M Id in the post chapel and the
coffin will be earned to the
teiy on a caisson, escorted by a
cadet honor guard. The New
City government, which Man
served as Commissioner of Cor-
rection, will also pay formal
tribute to him.
'to bring to his attention Syrian
violations of the cease-fire dead-
line. The Israeli radio announced
officially that fighting with the
Wulvr Powers
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTAlIn
a cable to the president of the
Security Council, U.N. media-
unt Folke Bernadotte this
requested the approval of
a procedure whereby he will
receive all communications
from interested parties directly
instead of through the routine
channels of the U.N. Secretar-
iat. In addition, Bern lotti
I that he be given "dis-
cretion of reporting to t.. Si
curity Council on all data with
respect to enforcement al such
is will harmonize with the
lievement of our aim."
Syrians
in the north
plete quiet
ended,
to all
.Sternists Guard Arab Prisoners
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Four hundred and twenty Arab pr'soners
of war are being held in a camp in the former Arab village of
Jelil, adjoining Herzlia, some 10 miles north of here, it was
officially disclosed this week. The guards at the camp are all
Sternists, under command of their own officers, although the
Israeli High Command is responsible for the overall set-up.
1 SSK Demands Part in Truce
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The Soviet demand fqr representa-
tion on the corps of military observers assigned to County Folke
Bernadotte s mediation staff in Palestine received a chilly re-
ception in the Security Council. The meeting of the Council
adjourned when it became plain that the other members were
not ready to decide the question. The United States alone op-
posed any change in the present arrangement under which the
military corps is drawn from France, Belgium, and America
the three countries comprising the Truce Commission.
ltabhi Itesig'ns From Council
DETROIT, (JTA)-Dr. Leo M. Franklin, Rabbi Emeritus of
Temple Beth El here, who has served as a rabbi in this city for
nearly 50 years, has submitted his resignation to the American
Council for Judaism. In a letter to Council president Leasing
J. Rosenwald he stated that the group's policy has been "nega-
tive and at times even destructive."
mander attempted to talk the
Arabs into leaving, but when
they refused he referred the mat-
ter to the observers. The only
other violation of the cease-fire
occurred when Arabs opened fire
on Jewish positions at I
VGan, but a return burst con-
vinced the Arabs to hold by the
agreement
Irgun Army .Merges With Israel
Irgun commander Menachem Beigin announced, in an
order of the day, that his troops have now been merged in the
Israel Defense Army. He also revealed that within the borders
of Israel the former dissident organization would exist as a new
political partythe "Freedom Movement." In Jerusalem the
o| Palestine. The announcer I j~T wiU remain a separate entity until the "Jewish flag flies
also stated that Arab^ttacta^on 0ver ,he Tower of David," he said. He told his troops that they
would serve in special battalions under the command of their
former officers. On the staff level these Irgun officers would
receive the same rights, privileges and pay as all other Jewish
troops, he concluded.
m front were repulsed
with heavy losses to the raiders.
During the talks between Sher-
tok and the mediator, the latter
revealed that his staff has al-
, made arrangements to in-
gtitute controls at all ports, air
Holds and on the borders of the
Arab states. Controls have al-
I been partly instituted on
British stockpiles of munitions in
the Middle East and complete ar-
rangements will be made soon,
Bernadotte added.
Turkish Authorities Deny Rumors
ISTANBUL, (JTA)Turkish authorities in the town of Mersin
this week scotched rumors spread by provocateurs that Jews
had infected the city's water supply with poisonous bacteria.
After an investigation police announced publicly that the
rumors were false, while the local press condemned the rumoi
mongers.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18.
Let us Take Stock
A. P. GANNES, Executive Director,
Bureau of Jewish Education
The Jewish school year officially ended Shavuos (June 13
and 14) with graduation and confirmation exercises. Let us take
stock of the academic year 1947-1948.
How many received a Jewish Education?
According to the reports received at the office of the B.J.E. the
total number of children receiving some form of Jewish education
during this year was 1856. This includes children attending the ten
schools in Greater Miami. The ten schools include:
Unduplicater1 Registration
3 Orthodox(Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong., Miami Hebn-w.
Beth Jacob) ............................................ 320
2 Conservative(Miami Beach Jewish Center, Beth David).... 669
2 Reform and Liberal(Temple Israel, Beth Sholom)......... 552
1 Undetermined(Coral Gables Jewish Center)............ 85
1 Workmen's Circle School................................... 32
1 All DayHebrew Academy................................ 103
10 schools ..................................................1.761
Private Lessons (approx.t................................ 50
Cardiac Home .......................................... 35
Hebrew High School.................................... 10
1,856
How many children are attending Sunday school only?
According to our records 909 of the children attend Sunday
school only. 49r; of the children attending our schools receive a
Sunday school education only. The attendence on Sunday is much
larger (1509 are in attendance) but 600 attend during the week too.
How many children attend Hebrew and other schools?
764 are attending Hebrew schools. This includes the students of
the Hetrew Academy. If we add the 50 private lessons: 35 at the
Cardiac Home and 32 at the Workmen's Circle and 10 for Hebrew
High school, our total will be 891 attending on days other than
Sunday. This means that 48r; of all t'rx? registered children in Great-
er Miami are getting more than a Sunday school education.
The other 3'. (56) were registered in the two nursery schools
conducted by Miami Beach Jewish Center and Beth Sholom.
How many Jewish children of school age are there in Greater
Miami?
The writer estimates that there are 4500 Jewish children (ages
5-18) registered in the Dade County Public schools. He arrived at
this n the basis of number of absentees on Yom Kippur. the
Day of Atonement. The writer furthermore estimates that there
e 3400 Jewish children (5-14) in the elementary schools. He will
use 3400 as the basis for his analysis,since very few high school
student- istered in the Jewish schools. The writer is awaiting
census results ol Jewish Federation to establish validity of these
estimates.
What percentage of Jewish children are receiving a Jewish
education?
1. 53'. of our children are receiving some form of Jewish ed-
Gr< ter Miami. (1856as against 3400).
2. 261sr! arc attending Sunday school only (909).
3. 23'5 are receivii g a more intensive Jewish education (891).
4. 3r-i an attending an all cay school (103).
Interpreting the figures:
1. If only 53'. of our children are receiving a Jewish educa-
i o what about the other 47'' turn r about 80'; of our children receive some form of Jew-
is:, education. In view of the fact that children do not stay more
t an an average of 2 or 3 years, not more than 53''. attend at any
one time, This leaves 20'r uneducated. That's a large percentage.
It means that close to 700 children (ages 5-14) do not get any Jewish
schooling. A real effort has to be made to reach the unschooled. A
ter effort has to be made to retain children for a longer period:
and an attempt must be made to develop education on a high
l l vel,
2 The number of children studying in our Hebrew and other
Is is low. Parents must come to realize that a Sunday school
m is inadequate. Additional time must be provided
Jewish studii
3. In our Sunday schools the boys and girls are evenly divided
with a siiuht advantage for the girls (49 to 51'J). In our Hebrew
, '; ^h.ools the registration is overwhelmingly that of boys,
urage the attendance of girls, a Bas Mitzvah tradition should
be i -tablished :n the community, requiring a minimum of two or
i : .ars Hebrew education.
Summary Tables
I No. of Jewish No. receiving Jewish
Iren (5-14) ....... 3400 Education1956 ...... 53'f
only 909). 27'. Sunday school only ......49'r
Hob: >1. all day,
etc...................24' .' !
I usery ............... 1'?'>
Hebrew school, all day,
Cardiac Home, Yiddish. .48':
Nursery .................. 3'r
Receiving Jewish Schooling
netime during f5-14) 27';
LTn "oolcd ............. 20-;
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To Limitations
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Senate, which has adopted the
Wiley Revercomb immigration
bill to admit 200,000 DP's to this
country within two years to-
gether with a number of amend-
ments which limit the possibility
for the admission of large num-
bers of Jewish DP's, was this
week engaged in selecting a num-
ber of members to meet with Con-
gressmen in conference to bring
it into line with the Fellows bill
passed by a Congressional im-
migration sub-committee and ex-
pected to be adopted by the Low-
er House.
The Fellows Bill, in its present
form, differs from the Senate
legislation in most respects ex-
cept for the 200.000 figure. Basic-
ally, the Feilows bill provides for
the entrance of displaced Jews
in the same proportion to the
total DP's admitted as they hold
to the total population of the DP
camps.
As the bill was passed in the
Senate it gives first priorities to
displaced orphans and men who J
bore arms for the Allies but re-1
fuse to return to their native |
lands, then DP's who were in
camps before the end of 1945. It
also assigns half the available
visas to Baits and admits Volks-
deutsche into this country under
the German and Austrian quotas
Under the terms of the Senate-
approved measure, no more than
about 20,000 Jewish refugees
would be able to enter the United
States, it was estimated her%. The
Senate measure also excludes
many Jews who fled Eastern
European countries to Germany
after the war by providing that
only persons registered as DP's
on Dec. 22, 1945 are eligible for
consideration as DP immigrants.
Center Drive Sets Goal
For 200 New Members
Twenty committeemen received
their instructions from Leo Eisen-
stein and Samuel Friedland on
the opening day of the member-
ship drive for the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, June
10. A goal of 200 additional mem-
bers has been set to augment the
500 families now on the rolls of
the synagogue, the only Con-
servative congregation on Miami
Beach.
__1948|
Goulds Aid
Children Crusade I
More than $1,100 was raised to
ward the United Nations' Crusade
for Children at a recent party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Emil j
Gould of 320 Grand Concourse!
Miami Shores. Commemorating
their 11th wedding anniversary
the Goulds entertained more than
150 people.
Jack Bell, Herald columnist and
leader in the local campaign for
European children, was principal
speaker. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man served as master of cere-
monies.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1948
*J**lst> fhrirffon
Kenen Director
Of information
For Israel
I I, Kenen, former executive
Sl,, t iry of the American Jewish
Conference, has been appointed
^rector f information of the pro-
visional government of Israel's
Mission at the United Nations, it
was announced.
Mr. Kenen has served in a sim-
ilar capacity during the presenta-
tion of the Jewish case before
the United Notions by the Jewish
Agency for Palestine during thi
last sixteen months
Born in St. Stephen, N.B., Can
;i,|;i. 1905, he is a graduate of the
University of Toronto, and of
Cleveland Law School. He has.
n a newspaperman for cigh-j
teen years. He was on the staff !
of the Toronto Daily Star in 1925- |
1926 and the Cleveland News as j
political and editorial writer and
legislative correspondent from
mtil 1943. He was president
of t: e Cleveland Zionist District
1941 until 1943 when he be-
rector of information for
the American Zionist Emergency
Council.
M Kenen was one of the
TS of the American News-
Guild in 1933 and was an
international vice president of
that organization from 1938-1940.
In 1943 he was a
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Pioneer Women's Council
Elects Mrs. Kaplan
Mrs. Isaac Kaplan was elected
president of the Greater Miami
Councu of Pioneer Women's or-
ganizations at a recent meeting
n the home of Mrs. L. Mintzes.
Others to serve with her are
Mrs Harry Paber, first vice pi, .
Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, second vice
pre? ; Mrs. Davidson, third vice
pies : Mr?, M. Minowitz, fourth
vice pres.; Mrs. Fred Sandier,
recording sec.; Mrs. Sam Sorin-
Bild. treasurer; and Mrs. Sam
S> itlin, financial sec.
The council is coordinating
hody for the 4 Pioneer Women's
clubs of Greater Miami: Clubs I
and ii. Hie Kadimah chapter and
Gol la Mj erson.
DR. TABAK NAMED PRESIDENT OF
RABBINICAL COUNCIL OF AMERICA
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
TRUCE SIDELIGHTS:
Now that a four-week truce
prevails in Pale-tine, it can be
revi aled that even during the
Arab-Jewish war Israeli repre-
sentatives maintained contact
with King Abdullah of Trans-
co-winner of'Jordan ... In fact, there is now
,. American Newspaper Guild's in the United States one Israeli
Heywood Broun Memorial Award
for a >( nes of advertisements in
the labor press designed to dis-
absenteeism in war pro-
ducts n.
representative, who is incognito,
who had a personal talk with the
ruler of Aransjordan while his
Arab Legion was pounding the
Old Citv in Jerusalem While
As the representative of the some delegates to the United Na-
Jewish Conference, he tions are keeping their fingers
as secretary of the united crossed in the hope that there
h delegation at the United will be no provocation by ex-
ns Conference on Interna- tremista to break the truce. Brit-
1 Organization at San Fran- ain is still manipulating against
at the Paris Conference on Israel behind the scenes The
,ns and the meeting of | British government is trying its
the Intergovernmental Commit- utmost to prevent Israel from gct-
n Refugees in Parish in 1945 j ting the part of
at the Pans Peace Confer
i in 1946. He was a member
i Jewish Agency's liaison
I with the United Nations
,1 Committee on Palestine
(stiff, Geneva and the dis-
placed persons camps in Ger-
manv and Austria last summer.
Wm. Kapell On
Telephone Hour
William Kapell, renowned con-
pianist and nephew of Dr.
A raham Wolfson of Miami
was heard on the Tele-
Hour last Monday eve-
Kapell appeared as soloist with
University of Miami sym-
orchestra last year and his
here is anticipated by Dr.
Wolfson on the artist's trip to
America for his second con-
' tour there.
signed to the Jewish state under
the U.N. partition decision .
This is partly because it has een
established that this section is
potentially an oil and uranium
supply source and also because
Britain does not want Israel to
_J
(State Department concerning re-1
jcent developments affecting I
They don't like the fad that
the State Department has so far
not yet accredited Israel's diplo-
matic and consular representa-
tives in Washington and in New
York They also resent the
fact that the State Department
has accepted Egypt's blockade of
American goods transported to
: on U.S. ships And they
are wondering why the State De- |
partment did not properly follow
up its representations to Lebanon
against the detention of Ai
can Jews who were en route to
Palestine and were previ
reaching their destii ation.

DOMESTIC PROBLEMS:
Some of the Jewish Agency of-
ficials m New York arc now re-
i positions because
they do not intend to become
citizens of Israel Zionist
groups in the United States.
anticipating a complete change
in their functions following
the de jure recognition of Is-
rael by this country, are now busy
discussing ways of meeting this
The following
Dr. Israel Tabak of Baltimore, Mil.
was elected president of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America, representative
body of tome 400 duly ordained ortho-
dox rabbis, graduates of the Rabbi
Isaac Elrhanan Theological Seminary
of Yeshiva University, the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago, and
other orthodox seminaries throughout
the country. Dr. Tabak succeeds Rabbi
I'ri Miller, also of Baltimore.
British maneuvers no less than
the actions of some high officials
in the State Department with re-
gard to Palestine ... He is
anxious to see the Palestine issue
completely settled prior to the
Presidential elections ... In-
cidentally, the Palestine issue will
play an important role at bot.i
the Democratic and Republican
national conventions this month
Meanwhile, American Zion
ist leaders are greatly it
with certain "policies'
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will begin to function as a fully-
recognized state" ... 2. Should
the World Zionist Organization
take over tiie functions now-
carried out by the World Jewish
Congress" ... 3. What should be
done to intensify the "chalut-
ziut" (pionei ring) movement in
this country" ... 4. How s-1 ould
Jewish educational programs now
be conducted in the United
States" 5. What role should
the Zionist groups play in the
work of combatting anti-Semitism
in the United State.-" .6 What
kind of reorganization should the
American Zionist movement un-
dergo? 7. How s: ould the
United Jewish Appeal and other
agencies raisina funds for Pales
tine in this country conduct t
operations" ... 8. What should
|be done to provoke the maxi-
mum interest among American
rews to invest capital in Israel.
All these problems have been dlS-
,'..,,I bV Some Of the American
Zionist leaders and will be pre-
sented for consideration to the
general membership.
'Y' Continues
Summer Activities
Third in a series of lectures on
the Preparation for Marriage
course was given last week at the
Miami Beach YM & WHA at
1536 Bay Road. Dr. Harry Kraff,
gynecologist, discussed the bio-
logical and physiological aspects
of married life. The next in this
series will be the emotional ad-
justn ents of married life to be
discussed by Dr. Herman Selin-
sky.
Second in a series of Yiddish
films to be conducted under the
auspices of the Yiddish activities
committee of the YMHA will be
shown at the Y on Sunday eve-
ing. at 8:30 p.m. The picture is
The Cantor's Son" and stars
Moishe Oysher. Harry Sirkin is
I chairman of the committee spon-
soring the activity.
Leo Chaiken, chairman of the
social committee, was in charge
of the first in a series of social
affairs given primarily for Y
membership Sunday, July 11.
Members of the committee serv-
ing with him were Jules Chai-
ning, general chairman, Maurice
I Held. Phil Lefkowitz, Mrs. Phil
Lefkowitz. Al Ossip, Joe Singer,
Leila Gross, Terry Shuman. Dr.
David Prensky and Mrs. John
Gross.
P. R. Scott Heads
Community Chest
Dade county organization of
the Community Chest elected
Paul R. Scott president at a
luncheon last week in the Colum-
bus hotel.
Other officers include Mrs. John
D. Simmons, John E. Shucy and
Charles L. Clements, vice presi-
dents; Sam Blank, treasurer; and
Horace E. Loom is, secretary.
1 llrectora elected for 1948- ID
Mrs. J. Ii. Davidson, Byron B Free-
man, Lee Hills, James I Keller,-jr.,
Btanton P. Kettler, W Sloan M Cn .<.
Robert J. Marshburn, Raymond M.
Miller. .Mrs. Russell T Pancoaat, Rob-
art W Pierce, Mra s Marion Bailey,
Jacob Bher, C. l> VanOradi I, Hoke "B.
Welch and 8. Roger Wolln
Named t, the Istard of trustees
were I-.- .11:1 r AmliiM.ii. in-. Roy C. Angcll, C K
Baldwin, Alex M. Balfe, Hnrrj n.....I
Baaaett, Edwin N\ Belcher, Jr., Sam
Blank, Joseph ll. Brook, Benjamin
Bronaton, Mrs- Thomaa P Caldwell,
Charlea l.. Clements, C, B. ''Minn,
Robert H Cook:
Mrs. Carl E, Dunawa; ......orbln,
Mrs. .1. O. Davidson, Oscar E I.....i>.
Thomas O'Hagen DuPree. Ray M.
Earnest, Byron B Preeland, Dr, Mor-
ris Goodman, Walter I. Harris, I.....
| Hills, Robert B. Ingram:
Charles r- Johns, a. frank Katsen-
II".-. .lam.-s I. Keller, j- Frank J.
Kelly, Btanton P Kettler, Kenneth
8 Keyes, Mrs. Charles B. King, Mrs.
Ellsha A. King, James I.. Knight,
James T. Larlmore, Horace E. Loomls,
Mra, W. Bruce Macintosh, Miss Alice
Mao Vicar;
Mrs r v Moore. Robert .1. Marsh-
burn, Samu.-l II McCormlck, W.
Sloan McCrea, Raymond M. Miller,
Howe E, Moredock, Jr., Itaron de
Hlrsch Meyer, John D. Mntaomery,
Stanley ('.Myers, Max Orowltl, Mrs.
Russell T. Pancoaat, I. N Parrlsh,
Robert W. Pierce, Prank Prultt,
l). nls v. Renuart, Mrs Hoi
Rlnehart, Jr., It Warner '
Newton it. T Roney, Frank J.
Rooney, Jack J Rosen, Mrs. s Marlon
Bailey, Mrs. John D. Simmons, Jncnh
Bher, Paul It. Scott, Henry O. Shaw.
John E. Shuey, Roy W Singer. M. -
rsregor Smith, Arthur A I'ngar, Jos-
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C D. VanOrsdel, Mrs .!<
traub, Moke 8. Welch, Mrs. Thurman
A. Whlteslde, Mrs M. A W
George r:. Whltten, Mitchell Wolfson,
S, Rocer Wolln ami Mrs. Charles A.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 1948
EDITORIAL
The DP Hill
On Wednesday, June 2, the Senate at a
special night session gave its approval to the
Displaced Persons Act of 1948. This bill provides
for the admission of 200,000 DP's into the United
States during the next two years. It is the result
of a compromise between the various restrictive
bills on the admission of displaced persons and of
the few liberal ones which have been introduced
in Congress during the past year.
In its present form the bill presents a strange
picture of a humane and liberal idea, which under-
lies the bill and which led to its being sponsored
by the Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons
being whittled down to a large extent durinq its
passage through the various channels of legisla-
t.on, into a measure designed mainly to admit
certain select groups and to exclude the majority
of other persons wanting a place of settlement.
The chief shortcomings of the bill as it now
stands and as it is likely to be finally enacted into
law, is the fact that it discriminates against great
masses of displaced persons, particularly Jews.
Two clauses in particular achieve that result. The
first one is the requirement that half of the number
of displaced persons must come from areas an-
nexed by a foreign power. These areas are eastern
Poland and the Baltic States, from where, by
reason of the fact that the majority of the Jews
living in those countries have been exterminated
by Hitler, hardly any Jews will come. The second
restrictive clause provides that half of the DP's to
be admitted must have an agricultural back-
ground.
Criticism voiced on the floor of the Senate
last night made it clear that the implication of
these two restrictions were clearly understood
both by their sponsors and by their opponents.
Nevertheless, they were retained in their present
form, and what is even more astounding is that
while no truly liberalizing amendment was passed
at last night's session, amendments were in-
cluded which cater for the special need of "Volks-
deutschen" and former army personnel of re-
actionary and Fascist governments. Bitter de-
nunciation on the floor by Senators Pepper and
Ives were of no avail. The champions of dis-
crimination and reaction succeeded in having a
bill adopted which, though commendable for its
HAVE YOU REALLY DONE YOUR BEST
FOR ME?
general aim of admitting DP's, has been trans-
formed into an instrument for bringing into this
country people selected, not on the basis of need
and equity, but on the basis of the special in-
terests of some Senate members and the groups
they represent.
It is to be deeply regretted that a measure
which could have demonstrated to the world at
large the warm-hearted American desire to help
the needy and homeless by opening the doors of
the United States to them, has finally emerged
in a form which will bring despair to those who
will now feel that the American tradition of giving
shelter to all has been replaced by the principle
that shelter should be given only to those who
have friends strong enough to get it for them.
The Truee
The best that can be said about the cease-
fire order in Palestine and the four-week truce is
that it has at least temporarily brought an end to
the fighting. Whether it will lead to a permanen'
settlement is purely a conjectural matter, depend-
ing of course on the degree of sincerity, firmness
and fairness with which the masters of interna-
tional destiny proceed to their task.
The United Nations has been grappling with
the problem for more than a year, and its prestige
has been torpedoed over and over again by the
intransigence of the Arabs and their British ad-
visers and supporters. Its decision of November 29
has been flouted and every one of its efforts at
settlement has been met with a counter-barrage
of British trickery and deceit to the delight of the
Arab war mongers. And while blood was flowing
in the cities, roads and fields of Palestine, the
master minds at 10 Downing Street were busy
concocting new schemes, new plans and new
proposals designed to confuse the issue and the
United Nations itself.
Now that there is a truce, what next? If it is
the intent of the British and their cohorts to utilize
the truce period for a diplomatic war against
Israel, the cease-fire order will have been a
travesty on human decency and the greatest be-
trayal in history. If attempts are made to whittle
down the already small area assigned to the
Jewish state by the Assembly there will be war.
If efforts are precipitated in the direction of fed-
eralization they aTe doomed to failure. There is
one, and only one, solutionrecognition of the
state of Israel which has been won in blood,
sweat and tears, and its admission to the United
Nations. Anything less will be no solution.
Frankly speaking, it is with forebodings and
anxiety that we are looking forward toward the
next few weeks, when negotiations are to be
attempted. The word negotiation itself suggests
a debatable issue. But what is there to be negoti-
ated? The right of Israel to exist? It exists. The
question of territory? But Israel's territory is so
small that, from the point of view of the globe,
it is almost microscopic.
There is only one conceivable settlement .
that the Arabs lay down their arms against Israel.
Four Chaplains Of Different Creeds
Die Together For Common Ideals
(Address at Miami Court Hous* on
the of ih>- Issuance '.f (he
Stamp hi Miami >
By Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
The issuance of the "Four-
Chaplain" commemorative stamp
by the United States Post Office-
bids us consider a single act of
heroism in World War II whose
warming hue shall never fade
from the hearts of men. Ir. World
War I, the bravery of Sgt. York
captured the imagination of
Americans, in the first phase of
World War II. Colin Kelly won
the deathless admiration of his
countrymen, but now, a new pic-
ture illumines the spirit of men.
a single act of heroism which
has catapulted the word "Dor-
che^-.ter" into the realm of sacred
phrases in the faiths of America.
The Dorchester was a troop trans-
port in the battle of the Atlantic
and its chaplains were: Chaplair.
John P. Washington, Catholic
priest; Chaplains Clark V. Poling
and George L. Fox, Protestant
ministers; and Chaplain Alex-
ander Goode, Jewish rabbi. On
February the 2nd, 1943, death
struck suddenly in the dark, just
before the dawn when Hitler's
prowling submarines attacked the
Dorchester. One moment the Dor-
chester was riding the waves
while men slept or stood watch,
the next, she was ripped apart
and sinking. The- ominous order
sounded, Abandon Ship."
There was a rush to life-boat-
stations. There was the confusion
among the men shocked out of
sleep by the shudder of the
stricken ship, racing for safety
along decks blocked off by fires
blazing fore and aft. Many men
showed great heroism, among
them Chief Engineer John Ridder
of our own city of Miami, whose
widow now stands beside me on
these court house steps as I re-
late to you this incident of how
John Ridder kept throwing life
belts to the men who had leaped
into the cold sea. There were
many men hurrying against time,
stumbling up blocked gangways
and over tilting decks, suddenly
discovered that they were with-
out life belts, for which it was
now too late to go back. The Four
Chaplains whose names I have
mentioned, acted quickly. Each
gave away his own life-belt to
a man who didn't have any and
against the gray cold morning
sky. as the Dorchester went down.
the survivors, the men in the
lifeboats and rafts, the Four
Chaplains, Protestant. Catholic
and Jew, arm in arm and in pray-
er as the wounded ship plunged
to her death.
These four men of God who died
at sea
Their God was one. though their
faiths were three.
Washington. Poling, Fox and
Goode.
Together in prayer and brother-
hood they stood.
Four men of Godenough to say'
Who questions which was which,
today?
Four men of God who shared the
dream of world-wide brother-
hood.
They did not preach the narrow
way.
They lived with men from day
to day
And understood their smiles and
tears, their every joy and
care,
And in their death, they did for
man and God
Those deeds which men beseech
in prayer.
Differing in creeds, they were
one in the creed which overleaps
all differencesthat greater love
hath no man than to give up his
life for his brother. They died to-
Dr. Levin Addresses
Nurses' Association
Monthly meeting of the Fifth
District Nurses' Association was
held recently in the sunshine
room of the Florida Power 8c
Light Company, in the Ingraham
Building. It was devoted to the
discussion of cancer of the larynx.
Guest speaker was Dr. Na-
1 M. Levin. In addition to
showing pictures of his opera-
tions for tumors of the vocal
cords, and voice box, Dr. Levin
presented patients whom he
taught to speak after the voice
box was completely removed.
ALS Party To Send
Delegates To Convention
Plans are being made for a
games party sponsored by the
ALS. chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls at Beth David, on Tuesday,
at 8 p.m. Admission will be free
and refreshments will be served.
Proceeds are to help pay the
expenses of ALS. three deleg-
ates, Marilyn Floss, Anita Kurkey
and Barbara Zissen to the BBG
District 5 convention in Greens-
boro, North Carolina.
10,000 Letters Carried To Israel
By Private Air Mail Service
The ten-thousandth letter from the United States to the state
of Israel will soon be on its way to Tel Aviv by chartered plane,
according to Miss Sarah Behrman, secretary of Palestine Emerg-
ency Deliveries, Inc., which established special mail service to
Israel less than a week after the new Jewish state was pro-
claimed last month.
New Sunday School
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold Sunday
school registration June 27 from
10 a.m. till 12 noon. Following are
the members at whose homes reg-
istration mav take place:
Samuel Weber, 3888 N.W. 3rd
St.. phone 4-0479; Abe Tenney,
340 S.W. 51st PI., 48-0088: Mrs.
B. Goodman, 5750 S.W. 14th St..
48-7493.
gether for ideals that made man-
kind free. We must follow their
xample by living together in
brotherhood and unity.
This is the message of the Four
Chaplains to us, this is the mes-
sage of the "Four Chaplain"
commemorative stamp. Send out
that message across our nation
so that it may "crown our good
with brotherhood, from sea to
shining sea."
PEDI's sixth shipmentcon-
taining over 1200 letters to Is-
raeliwas dispatched on Mon-
day. Since May 21, five consign-
ments totalling 8100 letters have
been flown to Tel Aviv.
An agency created by Zionist
bodies, PEDI will continue to send
letters by chartered plane to Is-
rael every Monday and Friday
until mail service between Israel
and the U.S. is officially estab-
lished. Miss Behrman said.
U.S. postal authorities have
confirmed receipt of the mail in
bulk by the postmaster general of
Israel and many Israelis have
cabled their American corres-
pendents that the mail has, been
delivered to them. About a week
to ten days is required for de-
livery from New York to the in-
dividual addressee. It is first de-
livered to the Israeli postmaster
general.
Unique in the annals of postal
history, this private mail service
was set up in consonance with
U.S. postal regulations to fill the
gap when regular mail services
to Palestine were interrupted sev-
eral weeks before the termina-
t: >n of the British Mandate.
To be acceptable for delivery
by PEDI, mail must be prepared
as follows:
1. Sealed letters addressed to
individuals residing in the state
of Israel should bear and have
af!ixe>d the requisite United State:
postage (twenty-five cents per
half ounce or fraction thereof).
2. An additional service charg<
of twenty-five cents per hal'
ounce or fraction thereof to cove
the cost of handling must be paid
in coin or postal money order.
3. The sealed letters and the
service charge must be em
in another envelope and ad-
dressed to Palestine Emergency
Deliveries, Inc., 60 East 6Cth St.,
New York 21, N. Y.
Mail addressed to areas out
of Israel and parcels will not be
accepted. Only air mail will be
handled.
Dr. Sam Winograd of City C 1-
lege reveals that the B
will play an eight game
on their contemplated western
hoop flight next winter. St:.:.:
U.s!c, and California will
the eastern invaders. A sto]
the University of Arizona also .ap-
pears likely.
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^^^'"ft-se-iiEr
rRlDAY. JUNE 18, 1948
Jewish Federation Names Board Of
Governors, Organizational Delegates
"Jwistncridrian
Names ( those elected to the
board of governors at the annual
meeting of the membership body
, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eld on June 2 were made
pU lie this week by President
Sher. They will serve as
nors nt large until the next
tnnual meeting in May, 1949.
The list includes:
\ Abbott. Harry 8. A barman,
I | vblin, Mis. Morris Alpert. Dr.
Vndron, l(:ilili| Simon April.
Apte, B Aahkenaay. Leonard
.. !, Rernateln, Dr, Win. Bern-
lllumin, Sum Brody, Mrs.
Carp, Leo Chalken, Mrs. i;
i i,,,s m. Cohen, Harold
i" Prank Coret, Harry t'orn-
Mr S. K 1'niiHs, Mrs. Max
i i k Dubinaky, L#eo Blaen-
i:ii. Mrs. ,r Penlaa, Mrs.
[, Pink, Sol Finn. Irvlnc
i S t-TierlliiK, Samuel
, i Maurice Purman, Joseph
M Leo liernaroii*. Morris
Ben Oilier, Mrs. Louis
' i;old, Isidore (Joldbersr,
nli,
finldman, 15. Max '!oldst'in.
Idstrith, Mrs. Abe Cf>od!maii.
iorrlnn, Rabbi M. Graurr. FYod
haul Groealnger, Nat Hank-
Helman, r>r. A. Hollander,
K Itien, Morris Jacoba, Mrs
Benjamin Kane. Louis
M J. KopelowlU, Harry
i. rw a Kushnt-r. Murray
-i |ney Lefeourt, Rabbi I
ir r Li-liOilik. Mis. Sol
M Levin, Isaac- Levin, Mrs
pave Levlnaon, liiwrenrp
- dney Lewla, Mrs .1. <;
. Uberman, Mrs. Alex
i m Upton, Sam Lipton,
Lytton, Oscar Member, Mur-
Benjamln Meyers, Mickey
ink Miller,
S Morris, Mrs S. C. Myers.
i. Joseph l'arrlo. David
i Mrs. H l'latoff. Joseph Pol-
Harry yui'cn, Harry O. Rabe,
i;.il.iiu, Mrs M. Itatner, Sam
Mrs I.. Hoblnsoii. Philip
| | h M Rose, Mrs. Jos. M.
I: Morris Rosenberg, Chas. Rosen-
\ or man A. Rossman, Morton
] ving Saal, Hairy Baffer,
I^awrence Baplro, Samuel T.
s. helnbert*, Mra, H. K
Meyer Bchwarti. H E.
/ Jacob Beidenberg, Mrs. H.
1 II Bellnsky, Henjamin
Harold Shapiro. I. S. Shapoff.
I'.l K Shochet, Sam Silver, Kd
lAwrence Singer. Mrs M
Mrs. II H. Spaet. Pr. .1
Mrs John Temple, Leonard
Trau, Harold Turk. Mrs.
" :. Mi s. E. Welnsteln, Mrs
mh Dr S P. Werblow. Mrs
I ivien, Louis Wolfe, Milton
'eorge VVolpert, Jacob Zlsklnd,
r Zwltman.
In addition to these governors
r. the following are on the
as organisational delcg-
;it( ?:
m :- Itenjamln AppelJewish Home
Vged Alex AronoffWork-
: Vladeck Br. No. M*:
mi nl ItarrAmerican Jewish
Vrchle BrickM. B. YM \-
vwn \ ileorge Chertkof Miami S*M
& VWIIA: Joseph DuntovWork-
. Mo 592; Mrs. Lorn Blkill
Circle Hr. !:. L. A.:
Mr* \ on Karr National Council of
Women; Mrs. Max Peldman
Bel i'mil Cong. PTA: David Pr.....
lewlsh National Workers Alll-
Milton FriedmanB'nal B'rlth
Lodge;
man M. OilierB'nal llriih
'< i Mrs. Leonard Ollckman
in Jewish Congress, Ml!.;
lilosser -M.11. Jewish Center;
Mm ;..!!;,. rioldborfM.B, Jewish
Slstw hood Mrs. Benjamin
rladassah, M.H.; i. R.
'"-in hi Z.O.A., M.HH; Mrs. Harry
B'nal It'rith Hholom Lodge
*' Mn Morris Jacob* -Workmen's
691; Mrs. P, Kalateln,
Women's Dlv M.B.; l>r.
'i i' ii KaplanRabbinical Assocla-
KaplanM.J.O. Congroga-
linn M I..,.,, Kaplan Miami S.-rv-
League; Miss Itos.ilvn Klein
B A P, Miami; Rabbi Leon
Krnnlsh Temple Beth Bholom;
Isaac LevinTemple Israel
i i Herald Lewla -Mi Hlnal
Mrs. I.. Lustle -Beth Tfilah
i Mrs Joseph Malek
- i Rmei Ladles Aux. Harry
11 Beth David Cong.! Mrs
M i M mrer Hadassah, M B.: Wll-
hlowltl Heth Jacob Cong.:
Mas Mi i Bureau of Jew Ish En-
Mrs Max Meisel Hadassah.
M ii Rabbi Moses Mescheloff M.B.
Mrs Moses Mescheloff
'' i. Sisterhood Bldney Meyer
, l Defamation League of B.B.:
A it. MeyersJewlah Social
Bureau; Sirs Lena Mlntaea
PI neer Women Chap. 2. M It.; Mrs.
' '' Moser- Hadassah. Miami!
Rather Norrli Jewlah Folk
Mrs Fr.il OchsM J.O, Cong.
i Mrs Mas id rhllllpsTcin-
Bholom Sisterhood
' i\a Pushkin Pioneer Won* "
Mo I, Miami; Rabbi '
kj -Beth Tfilah raw Mo '"
--.l.-u l-ii People" Pt I-vi.ii 1
' So 192; Burnett Roth B.O.A
'' Dan Kuskin Ml Sinai llo
pltsl; Irving Badkln -American Blrob-
- P tllnger ivilni" Mra
hulfandB'nal Ifriih Bhaptei
linbles; Mrs It .1 Schwarta
H'.me for Aged, M "x
Shapiro Ores tee "in ml
'Tilth: Mrs Henl S*> sh Home for Aged. M It KVX.;
liverXM A- VAVHA Miami;
SUverCoral Oables .lewlsh
_' Harry SlrklnMH lewlsh
f'ong.; Judge Handd Spaet
lh Home lor Aged; Leonard N.
"I-BJ Lodge No. 15S2 Coral
Mr. Alexander StlebelBeth
1. RI"terhood: Alfred StoneZ O A
rn\ VHrv f^eBaron
T l"'. '" l':n >"< Har.ld
\i,I 1B Women's Chap. No. 1691.
Mismi Besch Saul Von iamft-Jew-
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David
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V-eteranx M li Posi
Kadimai, );:;:''m^'T';;, ww2
lllllel AdvlBOTV ru V',,,1 V '
man-VM A VWHA M I
\\ llllamaNational Pouneii
Women: Louis Zelenti Temple i
Harry Zuckernli k B'nal
Ml
of
Nil I
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M II.
It'rith
West Miami Center
West Miami Jewish Center held
its meeting Wednesday evening
at 100 S.W. 67th Ave. at which
time the constitution
sented for
eral body.
was pre-
AJC Athletic Night
Regular American Jewish Con-
Bress meetings will be held Tues-
day, June 22, at 8:30 p.m. in the
form of an athletic night at the
Beach Y. Miss Ruth Hertzman,
entertainment chairman, will be
in i .arBe of the program.
Gua Jacooson, executive di-
rector, of the Y and Randv Po-
lansky, activity director, will
open all Y athletic activities to
AJC members and their friends.
PAGE FIVE
B'nai B'rith Council
B'nai B"rith council of Greater
approval by the gen- Miami will meet Thursday at 330
_____________ Seybold BldR.
Slioloui l.uli, s
Ian Swim Party
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.,
Miami Beach, has announced a
Cabana and Splash Party to be
given on Tuesday evening, June
29, at 8:30 p.m., at the Robert
Richter hotel. Entertainment,
music, a swimming meet, games
and refreshments are planned.
Mrs. Emanue! Goldstrich, chair-
man of the Sisterhood's ways and
means committee, together with
Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. Sidney
Wi instock and Mrs. Joseph Mazo,
constitute the committee ir,
charge of the affair. Reservations
Hebrew School Ladies
Honor Fathers, Sons
Miami Hebrew School and con-
gregation has scheduled a break-
fast Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in honor
of fathers and sons of the mem-
bership to take place in the
Rhumpus room of the buildinc-
Mrs. Simon April and Mrs. Ben
Sokoloff are being assisted with
arrangements by Mrs. Louis Au-
gust, Mrs. Sam Kostoff, Mrs. Max
Needelman, Mrs. Nat Coulton,
Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. Mrs. Albert
Spier, Mrs. Hy Abramowitz and
Mrs. Peter Glazer.
;
and details
through the
can be obtained
Temple office.
K1M0RHD
Now you can see it! Yes, the '49 Ford, "the car of the
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There never was an automobile like this before. It's a
complete break with the past. It was designed by you ..
because you told Ford in letters, surveys and personal
interviews just what you wanted. And today, it's here.
It looks like a luxury car, but it sells in the low-
price bracket.
just for the thrill of it, look at the list of new features.
And for an even bigger thrill-your biggest thr.ll
year-see the '49 Ford, "the car of the year, at Ford
Dealer showrooms today.
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35% easier "Magic Action" King-Sire Brakes, new
"Picture Window" Visibility all around.
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Cooling ond "Deep Breath" Manifolding. Saving!
up to 10% on gas. (Even greater savings with new
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You, too, will call Ford "the car of the year"!
White side wall tires, as illustrated, optional at extra cost.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 1948
Letters To The Editor
Editor'! Note: A number "f calls
were received by our offtee con-
cerning contributions made to the
"Save the State of Israel" campaign
by officers the American Council of Judaism.
The Jewish Plorldlan made InquirieR
and Samuel J. Kanner, secretary.
as t< whether- their contributions
Indicated any change of attitude,
The following replies Were received:
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida
In reply to your letter of June
7 concerning my contribution to
the "Save the State of Israel"
campaign which implies my en-
dorsement of the Jewish state. I
am pleased to make the follow-
ing statement in regard thereto:
Since tie land of Israel has
been ploclaimed a state and
recognized by our government, I
naturally follow the decision
made by our administration. I
hope and pray for a quick peace-
ful solution. To that end I put
forth every effort to help.
I do believe it necessary for
the American people to know
that our Jewish population are
united in this one thoughtthat
our five million American Jews
living here as American citizens
cai not have any political attach-
ment to the state of Israel. This
is borne out by the following
statements made since our gov-
i mment recognized the state of
Israel.
Tie Zionist Organization of
America though its president. Dr.
\'( umann. in speaking of the re-
lationship of the American Zion-
ists to the Jews of Israel, said
"A profound and democratic
change has taken place in the
relationship of American Zion-
ists to and with the Jews of Pal-
estine. They are citizens of Is-
rael and we are citizens of the
United States. They have taken
their fate into their own hands,
and the management of their af-
fairs is henceforth their own re-
sponsibility. We cannot and will
not intervene in the political life
of the state of Israel."
The American Jewish Commit-
ti i through its president, former
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer.
Jacob Blaustein, chairman of its
executive committee, and Irving
M. Engel. chairman of the ad-
ministrative committee, stated on
May 16"At this critical time.
it is important to define the rela-
tions of American Jews to this
new government. The Jews of
America are of the very essence
of the body politic of our coun-
try. We Jews in America must
entertain for this new govern-
ment the warmest feeling of
fraternitv and extend to it un-
mistakable evidence of good will.
But politically, we have not and
cannot have any attachment to
the government of Israel. We
are brethern of the citizens of
Israel. We are citizens of Amer-
ica alone."
The American Council for
Judaism, in a statement made by
I.essing J. Rosenwald its presi-
dent, commenting on the pro-
clamation by the Jewish provi-
sional government of its inde-
pendence, said"It must be clear-
ly understood that the provisional
government can be the govern-
ment of its inhabitants and citi-
zens only: and that it can have
no claims upon the national at-
tachments of those of Jewish
faith who are citizens of other
lands."
Since the three above state-
ments are similar in scope and
clarify the relationship of Amer-
ican Jews to the state of Israel.
I hope a joint statement will be
made and explore the possibilities
for cooperative action.
Sincerely,
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON.
the creation ot the new state, the
work of the council and any other
organization that spread the same
principles becomes more import-
ant than ever.
In order to insure the success
of the new state and afford a
unity among all Jews of this
country, it is my opinion that it
would be for the best interests
of all, if organizations, such as
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and the American Council
.of Judaism, issue a joint state-
ment disaffirming any political
attachment to the new state and
reaffirming that our only poli-
tical loyalty is to our own gov-
ernment.
Very trulv vours.
SAMUEL J." KANNER.
I worry about the students of He-
'brew Academy. If you will be
able to distinguish them easily
as good Jews that will be a job
! well done.
Tie ultimate aim of education
I is a good man, not a good lawyer,
or a good doctor or a good bread-
winner, but just a good man. The
final end of general education
is the teaching of goodness.
The Yeshivas, the Catholic col-
leges, the Protestant universities,
have done of their share in pro-
ducing this goodness. Good citi-
izens, good Americans, I will let
'you name some of the graduates
you know from parochial schools,
the rabbis, the priests, the minis-
ters, all good Americans.
My son and daughter are at-
tending the Hebrew Academy and
I am proud and happy because
Dr. Andron has assembled one
of the finest teaching staffs in
both Hebrew and English ever
gotten together in this st i i
would like to continue. Won't
you visit the school soon, and
see for yourself the Americanism,
in its finest sense taught here!
Thanking you, I remain,
J. W. IMBERMAN,
1932 S.W. 8th St.,
The Jewish Floridian
Miami 18. Florida
Dear Sirs:
In answer to your letter of
June 7, please be advised that
my contribution to the state of
Israel appeal is due to the fact
that the council, as well as my-
self, has at all times adhered to
and supported whatever stand
was taken by our government.
This is based upon the patriotic
duty of every American citizen.
The main purpose of the
American Council of Judaism is
in establishing the fact that we
are Americans of Jewish faith
and that we have no political at-
tachment to the new state. With
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I'll Say...
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Heroic in Israel
phe Psalmist says somewhere
that when the captivity of Zion
shall be turned, we shall be as
in a dream. I have been wit-
nessing the gigantic assemblies,
rejoicing in the birth of the Jew-
ish State, at Madison Square
Garden and the Polo Grounds. I
found myself walking about in
a daze. Are these celebrations
real, or am I dreaming? Is it
possible that the Republic of
Israel is an accomplished fact?
InrrediliK '
Turning on the radio brings one
back to earth. We hear of the
tiny Stale of Israel, a newly born
babe in its first set of swaddeling
cloths, being attacked by Egypt,
Arabia. Iraq, Syria, Lebanon,
Trans Jordan. 700,000 Jews
against 35,000,000 Arabs; and
chivalrous Britain, with its trad-
ition of fair play and helping the
underdog, aiding and abetting the
Moslem hordes with men, money
and armaments. And still the
valiant infant is keeping the
jackels at bay.
What is the world thinking as
it looks on this unequal conflict?
We know the hostility of Islam.
The attitude of China is explain-
able. Chiang Kai Chek, a big time
fascist dictator himself, has a na-
tural interest in the success of
the small time feudal Effendis.
How about the Christian na-
tions? Outside of the United
States and the U.S.S.R., few
Christian lands have so far rec-
ognized the Republic of Israel.
Are they waiting to see who will
win1 Or has the modern world
lost all feeling for the heroic?
Heroic? I defy anyone to comb
universal history and find a
parallel case of heroismr The
world can never stop admiring
the Athenians at Marathon for
holding the Persian army at bay.
But Athens was a well knit state,
in business for centuries, with
the potential backing of all
Greece. Hellas was at the spring-
time of her might and creative
energy, with far flung colonies in
Sicily, Italy and Southern Gaul.
The Greeks of the 5th Century
B. C. were not broken refugees
saved out of the gap chambers
with memories of soul crushing
brutalities by sadistic beasts.
When in Palestine Haganah of-
ficers assured me of the rigid
discipline and dauntless spirit of
their Jewish Maquis. But who
would ever dream that a com-
parative handful of Israeli fight-
ers could check and nullify the In-
vasion nf eight surrounding Arab
How humble do we, Amer-
ican Jewry, feel alongside the
brave defenders of Israel?
The world has grudgingly ad-
mitted our intellectual capaci-
ties. Even our enemies concede
"ur business abilities. Our friends
would say, -Oh, the Jews make
excellent musicians. They can
wnte such good books, but as for
standing up and fighting,
we" ." And the polite ones
would change the subject. Hillaire
HeUoe the English anti-Semite
W French extraction, in his book,
nauseating in its hypocracy, "The
ws," snears, "Does anyone ex-
l"'" Palestine to be defended by
Jewish valor?"
When a boy, I would listen to
stories of Russian pogroms. The
next depressing things was how
the Jews, trembling in their
cellars, would wait for the hooli-!
gans, backed by the police, to
come and murder them. I would I
ask my father, a Talmudist of
fervent faith and exceptional
piety, "How could the Jews hope
to run a state if they are unable
to defend themselves in the
smallest pogrom-- "When ihv
right time will come," he would
answer, "a new spirt will enter
Israel. The heroic age will return -
and bring back the Joshuas, the
Joabs, the Deboraahs. the
Gideons. All things are subject to
the WILL OF GOD."
This may sound mystical: but
if anyone has a better explanation
for the miracle that is taking
place in Israel, I am eager to
hear it.
Miller Graduated Cum
Laude From University
Gershon S. Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Miller of DiLido
Island, Miami Beach, was grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami School of Law Cum I.audc.
Interrupting his studies at
Stevens Institute of Techno!
Mr. Miller enlisted in the Army
in June, 1941, serving two years
in the European Theater of Op-
erations. On his discharge as 1st
lieutenant in January, 1946, he
entered law school where he was
the founder and first chancellor
of Theta chapter of the Nu Beta
Epsilon legal fraternity, of which
he was recently elected national*
grand marshall. He has also been
comment editor of the Miami Law
Quarterly and senior congress-
man to the Law School Legisla-
ture.
Mr. Miller is the vice president
of Tropical lodge. B'nai B'nth.
and presiding officer and treas-
urer of the newly formed young
adult group of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center.
On his return from a trip to
New Jersey and Illinois, he will
inter the law offices of Turk &
Newman.
Noted Author
To \ldress
Miolcm Lodg<
Kurt D. Sir.Ker, author, lecturer
and traveler, will address the
bers of the Sholem lodge
B nai Bnth Luncheon club today
at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown
club.
Subject of his address will be
(rave Diggers of Democracy."
Author of u books and a pro-
ontributor of feature articles
outstanding national maga-
zines, Singer has lived in eight
different countries and has ad-
dressed more than five million
S on his lecture tours
throughout the United States
As a newspaper man and for-
eign correspondent, Sinner joined
tnderground in Europe. The
"nee issued a warrant for
high treason against him and in
Sweden he was held a short time
when Goering demanded that the
Swedish government confiscate
Singer's biography of the Luft-
waffe chief. The visitor came to
America in 1940 direct from
Scandinavia. He is the author of
"Five Thousand Years of Espion-
age" and more recently "Spies
and Traitors of World War II."
He was born of Czech stock in
Vienna in 1911.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1948
Personally Speaking...
JUNE IS THE MONTH FOR .
Among the gay affairs feting prospective brides this week
was a "miscellaneous" shower Saturday for Miss Sybil Saphin
of Miami. Hostess to the more than 15 friends who attended was
Miss Harriet Hart, 3370 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Saphin
is the June 27 bride-elect of Dr. Stanley Wasman, Miami Beach.
* *
A similar affair was given for Miss Josephine Berman Mon-
day evening by her cousin, Mrs. Morris Albert, in the Miami
Beach Y. Miss Berman will exchange vows, also on June 27,
with Rabbi Jacob Milgrom.
Entertainment for the evening included vocal selections by
Mrs. Harry Kraff accompanied by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein. The
table was decorated with a miniature bridal procession.

Rosedale dining room was the scene of a party Tuesday to
honor Miss Roslyn Drosd and Harold Barkowitz of Charleston,
S. Cii who were united last night in the Floridian hotel, Miami
Beach. The affa'r was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont.
Buffet table was carried out in a blue and white theme and
included the traditional cake and candleabras. Assisting the
hostess was Mrs. Irving Gordon.
Out-of-town guests included Seymour Barkowitz, brother
of the groom, and Bob Zalkin, brother of Mrs. Pont, both of
Charleston. Zalkin is the houseguest of the Ponts at 740 S.W.
7th St.
* *
BACK AND FORTH THEY GO
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff left Tuesday morning by car
with two of their daughters, Elaine and Sherna, and son, Mi-
chael, for their farm in Hendersonville, N. C. They plan to spend
the summer there and return in October.
* *
Also leaving Tuesday was Mrs. Nat Roth who will be visit-
ing friends and relatives in Baltimore and Washington for
several weeks.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine of 1936 S.W. 2nd St. are
visiting friends and relatives in Philadelphia and the metro-
politan area.
* -K *
Returning with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon from their
recent trip were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Long Beach,
L. I. Mrs. Johnson is the niece of Mrs. Gordon. Before leaving
Wednesday the Johnsons spent a week with her grandmother,
Mrs. Louis Hartz, Miami.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg accompanied by their daughter
Charlotte are leaving this week for a motor trip through Florida
and up to New York and Canada.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky are in New York to
attend the graduation of their son, Judah Simon, from Yeshiva
university. He will receive his bachelor of arts degree.
* *
Herman Silverman is to return about July 10 from a six-
weeks tour abroad. He is associated with Wometco Theaters
here.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and daughter, Jo Ann, are in
Bluefield. West Virginia, visiting Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. DeLott.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein of 639 West Ave., Miami
Beach, are spending the summer at their horn in Long Island.
V *
Jack August of El Mirasol hotel, Miami Beach, returned this
week from an extended trip through the North.
* -*
Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer of 4343 North Bay Rd., Miami
Beach, left last week for their summer home in Norwich, Conn.
They are to depart shortly for Amsterdam, Holland, after which
they expect to visit London, Paris, Nice, Vienna and Monte
Carlo.
This will be Dr. Beer's first visit to his native Vienna since
before World War II. The couple will return to Miami Beach
in September.
* *
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier and ^heir two
daughters, Myrna and Carol, left for a three-week tour of the
North, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sandier have planned to
attend the President's convention of the Metropolitan Life In-
surance Company in Virginia Beach. The weekend of July 4
their daughters are to join them for the return trip.
* *
Mrs. George Talianoff and daughter, Susan, arrived on the
Constellation from New York this week where they attended
the wedding of Mrs. Talianoff's sister, the former Miss Marilyn
Sable. They weie gone six weeks.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shachno are leaving this week for
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. and New York City. They will return
after five weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein of 2828 S.W. 18th St. plan
to leave June 24 for a three months tour of South America, in-
cludinq Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago, Chile.

Rev. Joseph Malek is spending the summer in California.
Mrs. Malek and daughter, Lillian, have gone to Buffalo, N. Y.,
to visit a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooper-
man and their children, Michael and Allan.
* *
Planning a trip abroad for the summer are Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Luby and Mr. and Mrs. William Singer.


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Marion Richheimer. daughter of
Mrs. Lillian Richheimer of 1135
S.W. 6th St.. and Llovd Gardner.
son of Mrs. Sally Gardner. 1335
Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach.
The bride was attended by her
mother while Dr. Alvin Gardner
served as best man for his
brother.
Dinner at the Martinique hotel
for wedding guests followed the
ceremony.
Mrs. Mildred Silver of New
York, aunt of the bride, was here
for the occasion.
Following their honeymoon at
the Martinique, the couple are
residing in Miami where Mr.
Gardner is engaged in the prac-
tice of accountancy.
Mizrachi Benefit Dance
At Landesman Home
Tamara chapter. Mizrachi Wo-
men of Greater Miami, has made
extensive plans for a swim, dance
and barbecue to be held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Landesman, 2925 Prairie Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Sunday at 6 p.m.
A contest for the most beauti
ful and the funniest bathing suit
will highlight the evening.
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Personally Speaking
Spending a month's summer vacation at the Blackstone
hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lorber of
Cleveland, annual visitors to Greater Miami. Lorber heads the
Milton Candy and Tobacco company of that city. Mrs. Lorber
is the sister of Mrs. Jack Salomon, wife of the Blackstone's
manaqinq director.
* *
Mrs. Jean Seitlin of 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut Grove, has
returned from an extended trip in the North. Her daughter
Miss Shirley Seitl n, will remain in New York visiting friends
and relatives.
* +
Spending three months in Asheville, N. C, are Mr and
Mrs. J. P. Rifkin.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens of Miami Beach are vaca-
tioning at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
BLESSED EVENTS
Bris for Daniel Jess, born March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Goldman of 934 79th Ter., Miami Beach, will be held Sunday
evening at 9:45 a.m. in their home. Friends of the fam ly are
invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman, paternal grandparents, and
their son, Arnold, of Woodside, N. Y., are here for the occasion.
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Jeanette Good of Miami Beach.
* *
Twin boys. Marc Jeffrey and Roy Strephon, were bom May
21 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olesky of 1311 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman of 1445 Pennsylvania Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Harry David, May 22.
* *
MISCELLANEOUS
Mrs. Newton Frishman is convalescing at Jackson Memorial
hospital following an operation.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon have moved into their new
home at 6034 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Gordon is
a Miami Beach attorney.
* +
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Margolis are now residing in Miami.
They recently moved here from Chicago where Dr. Margolis, a
former Miamian, was associated with the Research department
at the Northern Illinois College of Optometry.
Mrs. Blatt Hostess
At a luncheon in her home.
1082 Venetian Way, on June 19,
Mrs. Abe Blatt, chairman of the
membership committee of Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood, will
formulate plans for an early mem-
bership drive, according to Mrs.
Louis J. Krensky, Sisterhood
president.
A E Phi Alumnae
Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae as-
sociation met in the home of Mis.
Jess Spirer, 2001 S.W. Third Ave.,
last night.
Newly elected executiv.
members of the group an Mrs
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+Je*Uti fhridirui
PAGE NINE
.jss |-'reema n | Steins Honeymoon
i.o;lt'il to Cohen In Havana. Cuba
rnf c nu-nt of Miss Jacqueline Honeymooning
JSSmm to Bart L. Cohen has
L announced by her mother,
Lucille Beck of 1538 Jeffer-
Mi\ Cohen is the son of
Mrs. Harold Cohen of
S W 21st St.
"rbe hride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High where she was
.member of National Honor So-
Lv treasurer of Student Coun-
'and n the Annual staff. She
.tended Florida State University
Z is now enrolled at the Uni-
Lsity of Florida from which she
i] ^e graduated in February.
university Miss Freeman
,Vl. in the Psychology club
past president of Alpha
phi colony.
graduate of Miami Senior
Mrs.
son Ave.
Mr- :,ncl
w
At tht'
and is
Epsilon
in Havana,
Cuba, after their May !i wedding
were Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stein
who have now returned to live at
7734 Abbot Ave., Miami Beach.
The former Miss Florence Levin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Levin, and Mr. Stein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Stein, all of Mi

Mrs. Marvin Moss
Park Madlton Photo.
.Miss Jacqueline Freeman
:i where he served as treas-
of the student body, Mr.
Cohen was active in National
Honor Society, Key Club and
Hi-Y. He did undergraduate
Yale University and the
University of Florida and is now-
attending the University of Flor-
ida Law school. The prospective
bridegroom is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic
former member of the
. Debate team and a mem-
ber ol Pi Lambda Phi social
rtity.
Wi dding plans will be an-
nounced later.
Mrs. Abraham Stein
ami Beach, were united in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom by Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
Mrs. Morton KravitZ, sisti : ol
the bridegroom, was matron o'
honor for the bride, while Phillip
Sti in served as best man for his
brother.
A family dinner at the Shel-
borne hotel and open house in
the Levin residence followed the
ceremony.
Mrs. Stein attended the school
of Industrial Art, Philadelpl i
Stein studied at City College of
New York.
Miss Elaine Sachs
Heads Junior Hadassah
Miss Elaine Sachs has
elected as presidi nt ol t e Mi-
init, Junior Hi ir the
.car 1948-49, Mis- Roz Drosd
president, will I
lent.
Ot: ei n to li ad I
nelude. Miss Rita Rosenberg, first
pres Mis.- Phyllis E i
econd vice pres.: Miss Helen
Bogen, third vice pres.; M:
ther Cohen, treasure!; Miss Mick-
v Kinhorn, financial sec; Miss
Lee Friedman, corresponding si c;
Shirley Friedman, recording
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Marvin Moss and Bride
Reside In Miami Beach
Now residing at 330 West 42nd
St.. Miami Beach, are Marvin
Moss and his bride of May 26,
the former Miss Mildred Gold-
berg,
Their ceremony in the home of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was fol-
lowed by a reception at the Rob-
eit Richter hotel after which the
couple left for a Havana honey-
moon.
Mrs. Moss, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Goldberg of Miami
ih, chose Miss Judith Moss as
her maid of honor. The bride-
groom, whose parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Moss of Miami Beach,
fwas attended by Jerry Goldberg.
The bride attended schools in
New Jersey: Moss, in Miami
Beach. He is a member of the
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Two new Americans, Miss Elsie
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united at 4 p.m.. June 8. in the
home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
The bride is a refugee from
Czechoslavakia who was brought
to this country by Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Horowitz of 1535 Euclid
Ave. Miami Beach. Mr. Shaffer.,
formerly of Palestine, has
residing in this country for six
months.
Attending the couple were Mr. |
and Mrs. John Starr. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs
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An out-of-town guest for the oc-
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The newly weds are now re-
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bS wiU serve as an American
Jewish Congress delegate
World Jewish Congress conven-
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June 27. Mr. Glasser will accom-
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Louise and Sunny Stephanie. 44-
N. C,
where the girls will
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1948
Victor (iarvov
Accepts Position
In Los Angeles
Victor Garvey, member of the
staff of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation for the past two
years, last week announced his
resignation, effective July 1. Mr.
Garvey has been assistant to the
director in charge of community
planning.
Mr. Garvey will become
Pacific Coast director of the
United Synagogue of America
and executive vice president of
the Friends of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, with head-
quarters in Los Angeles.
In accepting his resignation.
Morris Klass, executive director,
said, "Mr. Garvey leaves behind
the knowledge of a job well done
in Miami and carries with him
to Los Angeles our very best
wishes for success in his new as-
signment."
During his stay with the local
organization, Mr. Garvey as sec-
retary of the budget committee,
directed the metropolitan unit in
the past two fund raising cam-
paigns, supervised tne recent pop-
ulation survey and initiated
studies in personnel practice and
leisure time agency program-
ming.
A group of Jewish agency ex-
ecutives tendered a farewell re-
ception to Mr. and Mrs. Garvey
at the Havana-Madrid on Wed-
nesday night, June 2.
Mr. Garvey plans to spend sev-
eral weeks in New York before
embarking for the West Coast.
Coral Gables Affair
Features Water Show
A huge water show and nautical
program is planned for the second
annual swim dance sponsored by
Coral Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith
on Sunday, June 20, 8:30 p.m. at
the Ritz Plaza hotel, Miami
Beach.
According to announcements by
co-chairmen Jeiry Poncher and
Jerry Sandrs, diving and swim-
ming exhibitions will be given by
professional athletes and dancing
will continue throughout the eve-
ning to the music of the Ritz
Plaza orchestra.
All members of B'nai B'rith
and their friends are invited.
Tickets at $1.25 per person, tax
included, may be secured from
Poncher, 43-2249.
Fishing Party
An all-day fishing party on the
yacht "Beatrice" has been sched-
uled for Sunday. 9:30 a.m., by
the members of Tropical lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
Men interested in making the
trip are advised to be at the Mi-
ami City Yacht Basin Sunday
morning.
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Local B'nai B'rith leaders in Washington. D. C, watch Miami
Beach Councilman Harold Turk (seated) sign the clerk's docket
after they had all been admitted to practice before the Supreme
Court. Also admitted to practice (left to right) were Attorneys
Parker Holt of Fort Myers: and Godfrey K. Newman, Walter C.
Kovner and Harry Zukernick. all of Miami Beach. Congressman
George Smathers, sponsor of the group, is at the extreme right.
Rabbi Lehrman Is
Honored At Service
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was
honored on the occasion of his
birthday at a special Sabbath
service last Saturday morning, at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The Sisterhood of the Center, of
which Mrs. Ira C. Walsey is presi-
dent, was in charge of arrange-
ments for the reception following
the Kiddush.
Rabbi Lehrman has served the
Jewish Center for five years as
its spiritual leader. This past year
he toured the DP camps of Europe
and visited Palestine as a deleg-
ate of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community, and wis active in
the National United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign.
Tropical Lodge Social
Members of Tropical lodge.
B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a stag
social in honor of Milton Katz
and Henry Rosenwald on Mon-
day evening. June 21, at the Hvde
Park hotel.
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Aid For Haganah
Non-Jewish staff of the
Western Union office on Flag-
ler St. collected a fund of $6.35
for the Haganah which they
turned over to a co-worker,
Miss Isabel Silver. The money
was forwarded to Rabbi Max
Sh;ipiio through a Beth David
Sunday school student, Miss
Eila May Weisman of 1745 S.W.
6th St.
S. !. Freedman
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417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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Strictly kosher meals24 hour nursing care
Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Special diets Reasonable rates
Special care for Cardiac cases
House physician always on call
L Gertman, Director For information write or phone 82-5395
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pmV. IUNE 18, 1848
kysisl Ihilinr
PAGE ELEVEN
(few Pioneer
Croup Named
Gold* Myerson
oew Pioneer Women's or-
S-ttan has been created by
Kf member, of Club No. I.
Ed after the Israeli leader,
KoiiP to be known as
Golda My.'ison.
Heading the first group of of-
. rs is President Mrs. Isaac
PuW Serving with her will be
f Anna Osheroff first v.ce
' Mrs. Rose Brody, second
E'pres.; Mrs. Harry Queen,.
fording sec; Mrs. Jack Green-
er, financial see.; Mrs. Anna I
Sta-Bild. social and correspond-
fng sec; Mrs. Israel Shapoff,
treasurer.
Major committee chairmen In-
clude1 Mazath Hapolath, chair-
man Mrs. Samuel Zabarsky, co-
chairmen, Mrs. Miriam Rosen-
;,rU.n and Mrs. Vera Zelzer;
ership, Mrs. Phillip Kun.n;
cu:tural. Mrs. Anna Sonn-Zild;
Child Rescue Fund, chairman,
Mrs Pearl Kiieger, co-chairman.
M;b.. Louis Block; Jewish Nation-
[ Fund chairman, Mrs. Ray
Channack, co-chairman, Mrs.
Becky Kreimer; sunshine, Mrs.
Edith Mink; publicity, Mrs. Harry
Queen; hospitality, chairman,
Fannie Bernstein, co-chair-
men. Mrs. Hyman Sirota and Mrs.
Bessie D'.amond.
The Youlh Service and Breakfasts held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 9 o'clock each
Sunday morning were, terminated for the summer months following the June 6th Breakfast. This
popular aclivity at the Center will be renewed in the FalL
noted correspondent, economist,
author and world-traveler
WORUUiDAMOMlME*
Direct, honest talks on America
and the entire world seen*.
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Gutman Bar Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of E. Michael Gut-
man, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gutman will take place tomor-
row morning at 9:30 a.m. in Beth
David synagogue, Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
A reception will be given by
the parents from 8 to 11 p.m.
that e\ening in honor of the Bar
a their home, 2291 S.W.
17th St ,
Pi Lamb Alumni
Rally At Betty's
Alumni association of Pi Lamb-
da Phi fraternity has scheduled a
fund-raising rally for Thursday.
June 24, to take place in Betty's
restaurant at 6:15 p.m.
Funds derived are to help
build the local fraternity house on
the property site specified by the
University of Miami. The group
is endeavoring to be the first to
complete their house.
Those supporting the rally in-
clude Bill Jordan, Leonard Wic-n.
Henry Hohauser, Paul Marks, E.
Max Goldstein and Joseph M.
Lipton.
Rabbi Mescheloff, Lyons
Guests of Jewish Hour
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of
[Congregation Beth Jacob will be
guest speaker on the Jewish Mus-
ical Hour program Friday which
! is scheduled from 11 a.m. to noon,
according to an announcement b>
- Schachter. program direc-
tor.
Norman R- Lyons, Miami Beach
attorney, will speak this weekend
on the Sunday hour heard every
week at 10 a.m. Both programs
are broadcast over station WBAY.
Lazarus Group
Hoars I alianoff
An address by George J. Talian-
off, Florida Regional Director of
the Anti-Defamation League, a
movie dealing with the displaced
persons problem, dancing and re-
fresl ments will headline the pro-
gram prepared by the Emma
Lazarus chapter, Business and
Professional Women of B'nai
B'rith, on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at
the Miami Beach Y.
Talianoff will be introduced by
Mrs. Estelle Rubin, program
chairman. His subject will be,
"For Better Community Rela-
tions."
The social program is under the
direction of Miss Lillian Eisman
who will be assisted by Mrs. Nor-
man Ciller and the Misses Irene
Sklar and Connie Kahn.
Hollywood Outing
Hollywood Jewish Center has
planned a family outing for Sun-
day, June 27 at Greynolds park,
beginning at 10 a.m.
Rcfieshments will be served by
the ladies auxiliary but attend-
ants are asked to bring a picnic
lunch.
Those desiring transportation
are to call 1503J or 333W.
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5 GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c
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Dogpatch Party
A "Country Style Social" has
been planned by Miami chapter
of Masada for tomorrow night
at 2614 S.W. 11th St. to which
everyone is to come dressed in
"Dogpatch" attire.
Admission will be $.50 per per-
son at the door. _
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Builders if Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
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immediate delivery in
all Jewish cemeteries.
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PAGE TWELVE
+.lmisli fhrldfiair
Council Appoints
Special Chairmen
At a recent board meeting of
Miami Section National Council
of Jewish Women, held at the
home of Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub. the following committee
chairmen were appointed for the
ensuing year:
Scholarship, Mrs. Carl Wrinkle, c-
chalrmnn, Mrs Hen Bronston; by-
laws, Mrs. Monte Sellg; pledge lunch-
eon. Mrs. .1. Gerald Lewis; parlia-
mentarian. Mrs. Isaac Levin; arranRe-
ments, Mrs. Herbert Soher; member-
ahlp, Mrs. J. Oerald Lewis, co-chair-
men, Mrs Elry Stone. Mrs. Max Prey-
er: hospitality. Mrs. Abe Rubin: pub-
licity. Mrs. .loseph P, Oleicher: nnea-
Slnes and stationery, Mrs. Lewis Cap-
land. Mrs \\'m Bernstein; telephone.
Mrs, Harold Atislaud, co-chairman.
Mrs. Boh Schwartz: bulletin. Mrs.
Julius Oshlair; remembrance. Mrs.
Ada Joseph, Mrs. Louis Brown; social
legislation and action. Mrs. Harold
Rand: international relations. Mrs.
Albert Roaenthal; contemporary Jew.
Ish a'ffairs. Mrs. Leon Kaplan: Inter-
fnlth, Mrs Harry Barnhard; forum.
Mrs. Svdnev Welntraub; program.
Mrs. los.-ph Williamson: social wel-
fare. Mrs. Nathaniel T>vln: overseas.
Mrs Alexander Libow: assist fin
s"<-v Mrs Julius Mufson: service to
foreign born, Mrs. Nat L> Williams,
.1....,.,.. ^rs T,eonard Heldner;
port and dock volunteer. Miss Edna
He naturalisation, Miss Kdna
........nslenl hospitality, Mrs.
Irving Kobley.
A special board meeting has
boon called for Tuesday, June 22.
at the Probus Club.
Allen Brooks Shevach
Arthur Pepper Receives
American Legion Award
Arthur Pepper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Pepper, received the
American Legion award from
Shenandoah Junior High school,
as the outstanding boy of the
graduation class.
Arthur had been president of
the student body, president of the
dramatics group and active in
manv other scholastic activities.
"Hymie Sez"
Regards from South America!
While I'm arranging with our
Latin American friends of a
Steady stream of gorgeous tropi-
cal flowers to be shipped to the
Little Tigers Flower Shop, my
staff can take good care of your
needs. Go in and get acquainted
. you will get a warm welcome
whether you want to buy or just
to admire our unique collec-
tion .
"HYMIE SEZ"
Remember, folks, it's vacation
time whether it's your wife,
sweetheart, mother or sister who
is leaving on a trip, she'll love
you for that going-away corsage
. gorgeous orchids at S3.00 ar.d
S3.50ther corsages from 75c .
"HYMIE SEZ"
Just as I thought! Last week's
cial on Dish Gardens for $2.00
(easily worth $5.00) went like hot
cakes! We'll have more for you
this week at the same low-
price .
"HYMIE SEZ"
If you're looking for exotic and
unique floral anar.gements for
any occasionthat's our special-
ty Many of our rare and un-
usual flowers are shipped direct-
lv from wholesale markets in New
York that's how we can hold
our prices down to rock bottom .. .
"HYMIE SEZ"
Are you looking for a particular
variety of Rose? you'll find
it in our collection ... at the
unheard of price of $1.50 per
dozen and wait till you see
our fancy carnations only
$1.00 a dozen! AND(this is hard
to believe but seeing is be-
lieving)lovely and unusual
peonies at $1.25 a dozen .
Don't we go easy on your pocket-
book?
"HYMIE SEZ"
I'll be seeing you soonat my
Little Tigers Flower Shop, 1438
Drexel Ave. Remember we're
open evenings and Sundays
we'll be looking for you!
Adv.
Allen Shevach Receives
Conservatory Award
Allen Brooks Shevach, 7'2. son
of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph
Shevach, Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach, was awarded the Colonel
Leslie Bus well silver cup at the
Miami Conservatory of Music,
May 26. The award is made an-
nually to the student of the con-
servatory who has shown the
greatest improvement during the
season.
Allen is the student of George
Huber.
rrrr
'o*r,;>
Over 400 Attend
Temple Isaiah
Opening Services
An overflow audience of more
than 400 people attended opening
services of the new Reform con-
gregation of Miami Beach last
Friday, and witnessed the in-
stallation of Rabbi David Raab
as spiritual leader of Temple
Isaiah by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
president of the rabbinical as-
sociation of Greater Miami.
Also addressing the attendants
were Harold Shapiro, chairman
of the hoard of directors, and Al-
fred Kreisler, vice president of
l*e Temple.
An Ark of Law was designed
by Miss DeWitt Page and flowers
for the evening were donated by
Mr and Mrs. Max Gottlieb and
Mr. and Mrs. Simon HilL Recejfc
tion following was arranged by
Miss Clara Goldenberg while
members of the local Alpha Ep-
=ilon Pi fraternity served as ush-
ers.
Mrs. David Drucker, Mrs. Her-
man Fried and Miss Corinne
Goodman were guest soloists.
Among the many congratula-
tory messages received by the
new temple were those of Rabbi
Albert L. Raab of East Liverpool
Ohio. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath.
oresident of Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kasap, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Dr. Nelson Glueck, Dr.
lulian Morganstern, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil. Miami Beach Zionist District.
Zionist Youth Commission, Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Jewish Home for the Aged. B'nai
B'rith Council of Greater Miami.
Miss Anna Daniels of Hollywood,
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig, Lean-
ore and Alex Van Straaten, Rev.
John Howard Hanger, former
Dresider.t of Greater Ft. Lauder-
dale Ministerial Association.
Friday evening services will
continue tonight through the
summer at 4925 Collins Ave., be-
ginning at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Raab
will preach on the subject "On
Building a Temple" this evening.
M.'s Goodman is to be guest
^OGUST BROS Rvr
iV 1, the at srf
DRAPERY CORNICES
CUSloM MAbt
SfVIKAl ilYlfS AND ttlJIMS
PHON1 48 0JV4
R I T E W A Y
VENETIAN PtlND CO
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soloist and a reception will fol-
low Flowers have beer, donated
by Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Rabbi Raab has announced
plans for a religious school to
open in September.
Included in the charter mem-
bers are Mr. and Mrs. Max Gott-
lieb. Siegfried Geisman, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund I. Kaufmann, Leonard
Abess, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hirsch
Jerome and Marcella Hofmayer.
Jacob Robinson, Moses Ginsberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodman.
Alfred Kreisler, Dr. Seymour
Kreisler, Mr. and Mrs. Ehie!
Lesowoder, Abe Eisenberg, Dr
and Mrs. F. H. Fisher, Dr. an-!
Mrs. Henry Cadan, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Ham
Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruby
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kramer, Dr
Stanley Wasman, Louis Steige
ar.d others.
IN STOCKl
NEW JEWISH STATE
FLAG OF ISRAEL
WILLIS NOVELTY
ADVERTISING
404 N.W. 2nd Are., Miami
______Phone 9-2260
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington '.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moms Mescheloft;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
rYHay evening service at 6:45. Sat-
urday morning service at 8:30. Mlnch.i
at 6:4.". Rabbi Ifeacheloff will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Bummer
sessions of the Kelijrlous School from
in a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration now In
progress.
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid bt~ Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. RackoTiky.
Friday evening services 6:4.'.: Satur-
day morning at H:3" am. Minch.i al
6:30 p.m. Maarlv at 7:18,
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
sve. Rabbi Simon April.
Ft May evening ser\ ices at 6:41
Saturday morning at 9 am. Rabbi
April will speak on "The Priestly
RleanlitiT." Mlnchs at 6 p.m. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak
..n "Ethics of our leathers.'' F"ather-
son breakfast at 1> a.m. Sunday morn-
ing. Hebrew school dally 9 a.m. till
13 noon.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th are.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Qrauer will
preach on the Portion of the Week.
Mlncha at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will
speak on "Ethics of the Fathers "
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth Da rid. 135
N.W. Third bt*. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rot. Maurice Mamches.
Services Friday evening at 6:45 p.m.
Sabbath services at W a.m. Car
Mitzvah of I*-on, son of Mr and Mrs
Sam (ioldenblank and Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert r.utman Regis-
tration for summer Hebrew- school
9:30 a.m. Monday. Classes dally, Mon-
day through Thursday. 9 a.m. to 12
noon.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:3o.
Saturday morning service at 9 a.m
Rabbi lehrman will preach on the
Weekly Portion of the Law. Par Mltz-
vah of Jerome Mitchell, son of Mr.
an.I Mrs. Nathan Tarlvn. Hebrew re-
liglous school 9 to 12 noon.
Jewish Community Center,
3030 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kaufman will address the con-
gregation, Saturday services at 10
a.m.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 6 p.m. in
the board room of the Temple. Sab-
bath service at 10:45 a.m.
REFORM
Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Are.. Miami Beach. RarJfji David
Raab.
Services Friday evening at S:15 p.m.
lUl.bi Raab will preach on the sub-
ject "On Building A Temple." Re-
ception follows.
Temple Israel 137 N.E. 19th st
Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 1:15 p m.
Rabbi Zwltman will conduct services,
Temple Emanu-EL 1301 S. An-
drews are- Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at S.oo.
Speaker to be announced.
JRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1948
Politics or prejudices are unknown to hungry Eurooean chil-
dren who ask only the right to live, and are fed al emergency
stations of agencies of American Overseas Aid-United Nations
Appeal for Children. You can send your contribution to help the
Crusade for Children to 701 Biscayne Building, Miami 32, Fla.
Weinstein Bar Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of
Leonard Wein-
stein. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel
Wcir.stein, 1542
Drexel Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, took
place Thursday.
June 10. in Mi-
ami Beach Jew-
ish Community
Center. The boy
celebrated his
thirteenth birth-
day June 12.
Wcinsrein
Y Camp Examinations
Physical examinations for
Home Camp residents of the
Miami YM & WHA will be giv-
en Thursday at 1 p.m. in the
Y building. Attending physi-
cians will be Doctors Harold
Rand. George Lister. Reuben
Rochkind and Erna Kl.iss.
Budner Reception
Al Budner of 3440 Garden Ave.
Miami Beach, has inviti .1 close
friends to attend an informal re-
ception tomorrow evening in
honor of his cousin, Alvin Boder.-
stein. a student at Con ill uni-
versity who is visiting
party begins at 9 p.m.
Unveilings
SEPSENWOLS WIDOW
Who has gone North has given
us the key to her beautiful
3 bedroom CBS home with a
lovely CBS bungalow in rear
that rents for $800 a season.
Both homes completely furn-
ished, including linens, silver,
dishes, etc. Close to everything
15th St. near 171h Ave., S.W.
$14.250Half Cash
CALL SHIFF
Exclusive with
II AY /ll I.I III
REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
1208 N.W. 2nd St. 3-3713
Monuments to the n
the late Max Son/ and t
Pinkus Leider will be unveiled
Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery.
Rabbi Moses Mcschcloff will of-
ficiate at the first service ;it !)
a.m., and Rabbi Murray I
for the latter at 1 p.m.
Friends and relatives of both
are asked to attend the cere-
monies.
Egresses
Delightfully cool frocks
jor travel and now pre:
ed by Ethel in a wide choice
of new, smart materials
ETHELE.N
DRESS SHOP
Ethel Rothlein
236 N. MIAMI AVE.
New Location of
SEITLIN & COMPANv
INSURANCE
Bonds
19 N.E. Second Street
Miami 32, Fla.
^;i;
'"rensed Facilities Will Be
Available to Better Serve
Our Increased Clientele


nin>AYjUNEj!li^-
jewish Community Warned Against
Contributing To Irgun, Stern Groups
J**istfhrkliari
PAGE THIRTEEN
lacob Sher, president of the
rLtw Miami Jewish Federation
jUst concluded a suc-
L'ul fund-raising campaign in
Shall of the United Jewish Ap-
li and 44 other agencies
dav issued a warning
" ish community against con-
futing to the Irgun or any
Jfter organization claiming to de-
fend Israel.
Tins warning was based upon
yes-
to the
information
i, iiived from Dr.
Young Zionists
Discus* Israel
Abba Hillel Silver, Chairm of
the American section of the Jew-
ish agency.
"There is todav but one TV
fene Army of Israel and it is
maintained bv the provisional
government of Israel," wrote Dr.
Silver.
Mr. Sl er also referred to a re-
cent statement of Mosbe Shertok.
foreicn secretary of Israel, in
whi^h he declared that "in view
of the dissolution of Irani Zwei
Leu i i and its impending com-
plete incorporation in the De-
fense Armv of Israel, all si I
drives and allocations are unwar-
four | ranted and should be discontinued
Cartoonist To Address
Isaac Levin Dinner
Leonard Sansone, noted car-
toonist and author of "The Wolf,"
will headline the program of eii-
t'itainment at a member dinner
01 Isaac Levin lodge, B'nai B'rith
on Thursday, July 1, at 7:30 p.m
at Harvey's Restaurant, 1751 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
First anual dinner has been ar-
ranged for the members of the
lodge by a committee headed by
Mart.n Rosen. He will be assisted
by Dunuld Eanetl. vice president
Paul Glassel, St^ve Davis. Stan-
ley Halpern, and Morton Perry
Isaac Levin, a past district
president, and monitor of the
lodge, will describe the proceed-
ings at the 5th district conven-
tion.
Representatives from
rating adult Zionist groups will
sunday. June 20, at 8 p.m.,
,. the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Cei ter, to discuss public-jeanarise^of any section or groun
hr the theme "Principles Guiding
forthwith. All parts of the De-
ferse Armv are financed with
central funds and no questior
other
and
a Post-Wat Jewish State."
The forum meeting, open to
I-,. general public, is being spon-
ged by the Miami Beach chapter
of Masada, Youth Zionist Organ-
i President Ted Nelson and
entatives of three
groupsBetar, Habonim,
United Revisionists, respectively
Said Bookbinder, Reuben
n and Miss Arlene Rosen,
to speak.
ph Pardo has been design-
ated chaii i an of the newly or-
Miami Masada chapter, to
act as h">'.
I. R. Goodman, chairman of the
Miami Zionist Emergency
Council, will serve as moderator.
of the Aimv claiming separate
financial assistance for its main-
tenance or operations expense."
"These statements from Moshe
Shertok and Dr. Silver should
convince our local peoole that
thev should not contribute to
such groups as Irgun or Stern,"
concluded Mr. Sher. "The Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation is
t*-p only authorized local agency
of the United Jewish Appeal
which is endeavoring to ra
minimum of S250.000.000 in 1948
for the relief, rehabilitation and
resettlement programs of the
United Palestine Appeal, the
.Joint Distribution Committee and
the United Service for New-
Americans."
Ben Hartley Sponsors
Cuban Fashion Show
A new bid to boost inter-
in friendship and und'.r-
this time with the em-
phasis on the women's angle
in Havana yesterday
-landing United State-
models presented the latest in
sumn/: fashions at a fashion
ihow in the Cuban capital's
swank Jockey Club.
!: Hartley, president of Hart-
inc, Miami department
-(red the showing to
Cuban interest in buy-
ing wardrobes in the United
States, thereby directly promot-
i ; and indirectly bolster-
ing goodwill between the two
count:.
Fraternal Order
Aids llnganah
Jewish Peoples Fraternal Or-
der. Lodge 192. of Greater Mi-
ami, will launch a campaign for
an ambulance for the Haganah
on Sundav. at 6 p.m., at the
Strand Restaurant. 1225 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach. Dmn. i
will be served at S2 per plate.
The ambulance is to have on
its panel t. e Star of David a
the inscription "Presented by the
- People's Fraternal Ordei
of Greater Miami."
Ma: eel Chiland, tenor, and
Luba Roy. accordian player, will
headline the program.
Reservations for the event arc
to be sent to tic- Strand restaur-
ant, telephone 58-2979, 2-5431 or
48-1041.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL IfOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Children's Shop at 122 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
MORTON- MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
V2S 6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
North West Cut Rate Liquor Store
at I-.63 N. W. 79th Street, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida,
SAMUEL STERN
Sole Owner
6'll-18-25 7/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOI ICE UNDER FICTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hu.sinc&s under the fictitious name of
Florida Maid Lingerie at I Hulldlng. Miami. Ra., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida,
MERMAN KA'IAN-
MARTIN W VOOEL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Florida Maid Lingerie
6/4-11-18-2.1 7/2
IN- i-N?T'C^,.T0 CREDITORS
'\ l'V "'I,'i,':s COURT
noin I '"'", I,A"l: COUNTY,
LORIDA. in PROBATE
_ l ;::
in Re
No.
ESTATE of morhis s
Beoea ed k""w" us M s- RUBIN,
To All Creditor!! and All lv,,s |_v.
Said Fatal*' '"' Demand< Atai
v ""i h "f you, are hereby
and required to preaenl any
alms an.I demandi whi.-n you, oi
you, ma) have against the
; pf Morris s Rubin also know,,
- \i .-. Rubin, dei eased, late ..f Dade
'"">'. Florida, t.. the Hon. W. F
plan ton. County Judge of Dade coun-
1 fil.- th.- sain.- in his office In
'in- County Courthouse m Dad.- Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
liublic.it,oti her.-of Bald Claims or de-
mands to contain ti. legal address of
lalmant and to he sworn to anil
presented a- aforesaid, or same will
I '' red Bi e Dei ii..a 12" of the 1939
Act.
Date J^it.e 15, AD IS4C
MILTON K. RUBIN and
HARRY ZUKERNICK
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of Morris S Rubin also
known as m. s. Rubin. Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executors
S/1S-2S 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Upholsterer and Decorators
Supplies at 2322 Ftlscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the C|r-
uit Court of Hade County. Florida.
MAX DtlOSSIN
Bole Owner
5/18 G'4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
People's Meat Supply at 2323 N. E.
Miami Court. Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County,
Florida.
HARVEY ERSHOWSKY
ARTHCR SCHAAP
Partners
Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicants
iL'rt Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Fla.
5 :'- 6 4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
'lie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'.....1 Distributors at 2:123 N.E.
Miami Court, Miami. Florida. Intend
o register said name with the Clerk
r the i'ire uit Court of Dade County,
Florida
HARVEY ERSHOWSKY
ARTHUR BCHAAP
Welnsteln, Welnsteln a.- Welnsteln
\ttornevs for Applicants
8 18-2". : :<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the, undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Al S\ Cole, Sales Promotions at 1215
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. In-
tends t.. register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
At, S. COHEN
Role Owner
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney for Applicant
17ir, Congress Building
'.'2S 6,'4-ll-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FI.ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
117487.
LENA C.ARRITY. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES H. oarrity, Defendant.
YOU, JAMES H. C.ARRITY. 405
North Oeddes Street, Syracuse, New
| York, are notified to file your Ap-
pearance In the above cause for Di-
vorce, on or before July 3. I'M".
or a decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED: June 3, 1948.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. ORBEN,
Deputy Clerk.
Wasman. Silver and Sakowltz
Attorneys for Plantlff
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
6/4-11-18-25 7/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/IRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 117330.
FRANK BOND, sometimes known as
FRANK BONDIETTA. Plaintiff, vs.
MAROARET BOND, sometimes
known oh MARGARET BONDIET-
TA. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MAROARET BOND, sometimes
known as MAROARET BOND-
1 ETTA,
Address unknown.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above styled cause on or before the
2"ith day of June, 1948; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
.will be taken as confessed against you
Let this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks li-
the Jewish Florldia, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade County, Florida.
DATED this 27 day of May. 1948.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-v under the fictitious name of
lumbn Sandwich Company at 12 B. W
:7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend
to register -aid name with the Clerk
.f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
BEN KIR8CHNEH
LILLIAN KIRSCHNER
is ; !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Visin.ss under the fictitious name of
The Dude Club al J00 N. E. 1st Ave-
me, Miami, Florida, intends to regls-
i ,i name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.' County. Florida.
FRANCES J. TeiWT
Sole inner
. ; .'-'.'-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
' nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 117S58.
IRVINO LANDSBBRO. Plaintiff, vs.
\DF1.F LAND8BERQ, Defendant
Po idele Landsberg, 120 West :.:th
Street New York, New York
You are hereby ordered to flie your
ppearance or answer to the bill of
omnlaint for divorce filed against you
i,v IRVINfl LANDSBBRO, on or be
,r the 14 day of July. IMS. other
i-lne the allegations of said hi"
'>''" VleWrman.
Cierh ,,f Circuit Court.
Circuit Court *!> p QKBJSS
Deputy Clerk.
iEOROE J TALIANOFF
solicitor for Plaintiff
B --'__________________-
will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sinter and Brother Togs at 49 N. E.
1st Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
-, 2S 6 4-11-18-25
STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NtVTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party
Makers) at the City of Miami. Dade
Countv. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County "or BERNARD P. 9AFFER
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Bernard P. Saffer
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
.-, 21-28 6/4-11-18______________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV T?II'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1N, 1? 'jura- AL CIR.-UIT IN AND
FOR DADE fOUNTY, FLORIDA,
Mu^''!'^-,:s:^ni-.o':-pmintiff.
MvJ VINCENT Y. BCOF1BU>. De-
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT coll'.T OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY'. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 117229.
HELEN COSTELLO, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES W. COSTEIJX). Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JAMES W. COSTELLO
201 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
28 day of June. 1948: otherwise the
1 legations of said Bill of Complaint
will be 1 it en as confessed against you.
lt this Order be published once n
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Jewish Florldlao, a newspaper
published In Dade County, Florida
DATED this 27 day of May, 1918.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W.
BCOFIELD
fendant.
TO: VINCENT Y. -
Residence unknown to tne
be entered *'"* ,>OU-
Dated M^-y^KATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARION BROOKS,
olvmpla Building
j 28 6/4-11-18 ___
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Flo-Ma
"i/28 6/4-11-18
STOOKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
Court-
M. c. ORFEN.
Deputy
Attorney
Clerk.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI/ORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1172HV
ERNEST MAI.I.INCER. Plaintiff. VS.
CLAIRE MAI.l.lN'OER. Defendant.
TO: CLAIRE MALIJNCER
ROUTE 1, BOX 533,
NATIONAL CITY. CALIFORNIA
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
June 28, 1948; otherwise a decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 24th day of May. 1918.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
uffiKftJii
IF FLoltll
IN
CHANCERY, No.
Plaintiff, vs.
Defendant.
rot'N'TV
'WIRE P BWJM
MURRAY MltfvvSiB
PO: MURRAY SILVERS
JO Hi zl Street
!!r',-klm- HEREBY NOTIFIED that
igalnsl you.
.,,! you ar.. here
. file therein your B|
annearance
IS, 1948,
mmm
...^.00 plaintiff, vs.
JUDES.
,'VRA1c^ES,M^i0RE-^'yui.ES,
Iiefendant.
THE STATE OF
TO: FRANCES
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
21 0/4-11-18
STOCK IN';
Deputy Clerk.
OF FLORIDA:
MAGOIORE
I^i
JUDES,
r,.j Patchen Ave.
Brooklyn 21, New
York.
titled and ordered
YU Vr W/lMU of Complaint f
.., i,.,i cause on
of June, 1948; otherwise
Ions of said BUI of
taken as confessed
Mana-Zucca.
Miami's leading musicians meet over cm"s'cLanaieader Rudy
ved composer of popular ballads. Pre*f"" The Rudy Baum
m with a sheaf of her latest composil.ons^jn ^^ Mu_,
Philharmonic
concert at the
fcelov
Baum wnn w"""*"j inhtiv ii
bands and special gypsy trios are heard r philharmonic
Beach hotels and cocktail lounges. Recently, in
chose Mana-Zucca a* its honored composer
Coral Gablei Country Club.
therwlae
the allegations
1 ill be
I Mteii
Ircuit
take
confessed by you.
KJ?.t_&i.it
. ,, ,e Circuit Court.
C00rt "_? F. J. COVT.V.
Deputy Clerk.
M FI71NPERC.
Miami, r"'or'd
f/I-l
the alleBii-
Complalnt will
against you.
,hls Order be published once
a*^%SffW_S
lh, Jewish Eloridian.^.^ ^jjg^
be
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit
Clerk of
Court Seal)
By
M.
C OREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \.N|i
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 117m
JULIV VON OERICHTBN, Pliiintiff.
' vs Howard yon OBR1CHTRN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FliORIDA:
To: HOWARD VON QBRICHTEN
184 Schaeffer Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the
iliove-stvled cause on or before the
Htb day of June, 1948; otherwise th-
Ulegatlons of said Mill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order he published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
DATED this 27th day of May. 1918.
E. It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F.
17n.1 Congress Building
Miami 82. Florida
5/38 S/4-11-18
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-18
J. OOU1.D.
Deputy Clerk.









PAGE FOURTEEN
9-JenislflerMkjr
FRIDAY, JUNE 18. ig J
JDA Council
Plans Convention
For November
Members of the National
Council of the Joint Defense Ap-
peal (JDA), comprising mori
than 600 community leaders re-
presenting every state in the
Union, will hold their third an-
nual meeting on November 19-21
in Cleveland, Ohio, it was an-
Xeu'sbita
Carl and Lester, sons of Mrs.
Lyn Warner, 1619 Lenox Ave.,
will both report on the 24th to
their posts with the United States
Army. Carl, who saw wartime
service with the Marines, will at-
tend officer candidate school in
Fort Riley. Kansas, and Lester,
who saw overseas duty with the
Navy, Will go to Sherman. Texas,
as an Anr.y aviation cadet. Both
boys attended the University of
Miami after their discharge from
the armed forces.
Graduating from Yale Universi-
ty on the 21st will be Hubert D.
Saal, 624 Michigan Ave.
PfC. Jack. N. Taub has been as-
signed to the 40th fighter wing
on Guam. Jack is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Taub. of Miami.
Leonard Abess
nounced by Leonard L. Abess. a
member of the council's execu-
tive committee. Mr. Abess made
his announcement following a
meeting of the national executive
committee which he attended re-
cently in New York City.
The Joint Defense Appeal is
the financial arm of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee and the |
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. This year the JDA is cam-
paigning for S6.104.540 to meet
i minimum needs of the two
ise agencies required in their
t against anti-Semitism.
"A full program for the AJCl
ar.d the ADL is more vital than
VI r," Mr. Abess declare- I. "W<
must take proper action now t<'|
llize adequate community]
support for the defense program.
. Jewry can meet its re-
lies abroad only if its
staius and security at home an
fully protected."
An enviable record for the
highest grade given in every class
during his four-year course, has
teen established by Jules Levin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin,
1445 Pennsylvania Ave. Jules,
who graduated after four years
of engineering in the Massachu-
s. tts Institute of Technology with
perfect marks, will join the staff
of the Brookhaven National
Laboratory. Long Island, for a
year, after which he will return
to M.I.T. for graduate work.
Receiving his degree in elec-
trical engineering last Fiiday, was
., seph M. Solomon, 1900 S.W.
17th Ter. Joseph graduated from
Ohio State University.
Eli Hurwitz, of the Peninsular
Institute, has been elected to the
board *>f governors of the Miami
r "' Internal Auditors.
Majorii t; in prc-medical studies.
Marvin Y. Ilader, of 1000 Meri-
dian Ave.. received his bachelor
of sciei ce degree at Dartmouth
college this week.
Local Agencies
Benefit From
M. S. Rubin Estate
An estate estimated const rva
tively as more than S100.000 in
stocks, bonds and mortgage
was distributed in the will oi
Morris S. Rubin, forme: Mian;.
Beach apartment building owner.
The will was filed for probate
Monday. He died June 9 at the
age of 78.
The hulk of the estate is left to
his wife. Mrs. Fannie Rubin, 2000
Liberty Ave.. Miami Beach, after
bequests to relatives and char-
ities. These included S5.000 each
to his son, Milton K. Rubin.
Scarsdale, N. Y.; grandchildren
Sandra and Barbara Rubin, and
Miriam Horowitz: S2.000 to
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
$500 to National Children's
Cardiac Home: S500 to Miami
Beach YM and YWHA; $500 t<>
American Red Cross; $1,000 to
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, and $500 to Dade County
Community Chest.
Harry K. Zukernick and Mil-
ton K. Rubin are executors of
the estate.
Judith Wolpert. daughter of Mr.
iid Mrs. George Wolpert, 1776
S.W. Kith Ave.. is acting as guest
it of Mademoiselle Magazine
in New York, assisting with the
college issue scheduled to appear
in the fall.
Beach offices have been opened
bj S. Laurence Sootin, member
of the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors at 420 Lincoln Road.
AVC Officers
Milton Gaynor will be installed
as chairman of the American Vet-
erans Committee of Miami Beach
at their annual installation dance
July 19 in the Atlantis hotel.
Other new officers are Saul
Broida. vice chairman; Arnold
Greenfield, secretary; Stanley
Richard, treasurer; Dr. David
Walterman, historian, and Dr.
Hem.an Boughton, parliamen-
traian.
Yagour Club Wins
Song Festival Award
Winners of a song festival pre-
sented by the Young Judaea clubs
of Greater Miami, the club Yagour
was presented with a plaque by
the Zionist Youth Commission of
which Dr. E. J. Edelman is chair-
man. The song festival was held
on Sunday. February 22 at Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miss Selma
Lewis, leader of the club Yagour,
made the statement that the
Yagours had worked long and
hard in order to win the song
festival and will do their best to
keep the plaque by winning it
again at next vear's song festival.
Pictured left to right are: Judy
Robinson. Betty Baron. Iris Heil-
brun. Elaine Zitser. Barbara
Brooks. Sharon Milberg. Libby
Mrs. T. V. Moore
To l>irc<*t Local
Cancer Control
Mrs. T. V. Moore of 4514 N.E.
First Ave. has been appointed to
direct cancer control activities of
the American Cancer Society in
Dade county, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Malcolm
Smith, state commander of the
Society's Florida Division in
Tampa.
First choice in a field of nearly
a dozen qualified persons under
consideration. Mrs. Moore's ap-
pointment was a unanimous de-
cision, Mrs. Smith stated. County,
state and national officials of the
society conferred.
Hochman of the Zionist Youth
Commission. Paula Belinksy.
president of the Yagours. Doro-
thy Newman. Stella Katz, Sandra
Rosenthal. Carol Susel. Hope
Shepnick. Back row: Erne Feld-
man, Barbara de Joner, Selma
Lewis, leader of the Yagours.
Members of the club who were
not present are Marilyn Katz,
Hannah Frosh. Sandra Savader.
Rosalie Adlcr. Susan Meyerson,
Helene Shernoff, June Cohen,
Elaine Klein, Nita Levitt.
LET'S BE FRIENDS!
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rAnisltkrlrftotj
PAGE FIFTEEN
CALLING --All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
nity ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
donated. 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
SOS CALLS







Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has
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
the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and
relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood trans-
fused 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 qualified 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
......... ,axl a_____ Phone 9-1631
1750 N.W. 10th Avenue
This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
1 iua nc( ... rnni ELECTRIC CO. Nellie
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Grand National Importers &
Wholesale Liquors
309 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami
"HARBOR ISLE"
79th Street Cause way Miami Beach
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Road Miami Beach
MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY
400 S.W. 8th Ave. Miami
MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO.
7003 Biecayne Blvd. Miami
PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY
4450 S.W. 74th Ave. Miami
Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp.
4525 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cowl 915 N.E. 1st Ave.
WALTON FLOORING CO.
Southern Personnel Service ; ^ ^ Wami
226 W. Flagler St. Warm
. m- a r Alert Employment Agency
Thomas Venetian Blind U>. Wami
545 N.W. 22nd St. Mumu ^
ACE EXTERMINATING CO.
E. E. BRETT-Real Estate Ter Wami
7335 Collins Ave. Miam. Beach 2377
BERNI HOTEL
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Products Co.
25 N.E. 17th Terrace
Miami
Charron-Williams Commercial
College
804 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
CLARK & LEWIS COMPANY
34 N.E. 11th St. Miami
Curry House Apts. &
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253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami
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139 N.W. 14th St. Miami
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1949
Federation Revises Budget, Giving
Above Original Allocation To UJA
The United Jewish Appeal will
receive this year over $1,000,000
from the Greater Miami Jewish
community, according to Morris
Klass, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
This is twice the amount given in
1947 to the UJA.
When Federation set its goal
for $1,489,925 for 1948, the budget
committee allocated $1,000,000 to
the UJA and the balance to some
ten local and 34 other national
and overseas causes. At the term-
ination of the campaign in April,
the sum of $1,240,000 had been
pledged and the budget commit-
tee revised its UJA allocation
downward to $800,000.
Subsequently, Federation
launched its now-famous "Save
the State of Israel" appeal, pledg-
ing that all money raised in this
campaign would directly go to
Local Services
Bureau of Jewish Education..........................5
Greater Miami Jewish Federation (year round activity)..
Jewish Home for the Aged...........................
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Inc..........................(Res.)
National Council of Jewish Women....................
Refugee Resettlement ..........................(Res.)
YMHA of Miami ....................................
YMHA of Miami Beach...............................
the UJA. This campaign will net
the sum of $250,000. Added to the
$800,000 previously allocated, the
UJA will therefore receive ap-
proximately $1,050,000.
Mr. Klass also revealed that
Federation has assisted the
Town Y to secure a loan of
$45,000 and the Beach Y to ob-
tain a loan of $55,000, amounts
needed to complete their build-
ings. This action followed adop-
tion by the board of governors
of i> new policy in which Fed-
eration will raise capital funds
for those projects of its local
member agencies which are ap-
proved by the planning com-
mittee.
A complete breakdown of the
disbursement of monies received
from the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal and the Save the State of
Israel campaign follows:
21.620.0(1
33.95ti.50
31.242.50
15.000.00
4.232.00
12,500.00
31.423.23
24.761.20
French Tenor
Features Concert
For Aged Home
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged will celebrate
x's day, Sunday at 2 p.m.
with a gala concert arranged by
Miss Anyuta Melicov.
Heading the list of artists is
Marcel Chiland, famous French
tenor. Others on the program in-
Total ................................................$ 174.735.43
Overseas Relief and Reconstruction
American Birobidjan Committee...................... 1,000.00
American Committee for the Relief of the Yemenite Jews 75.00
American Committee for the Weizman Institute of
Science .......................................... 1,500.00
Amrican Fund for Palestinian Institutions.............. 4,000.00
Ezras Torah.......................................... 3,000.00
Hadassah ............................................ 13,300.00
Hias ................................................ 5,000.00
Jewish Telegraphic Agency .......................... 750.00
National Committee for Labor Palestine................ 7,500.00
Pioneer Women's Organization....................... 5,000.00
United Jewish Appeal................................. 1,050,000.00
Tota' ................................................Sl,091,225.00
Civic Protective
American Jewish Congress............................ 5,000.00
Conference on Jewish Relations....................... 50.00
Jewish Labor Committee.............................. 5,000.00
Joint Defense Appeal................................. 20.000.00
Total ................................................$ 30,050.00
Education, Health and Culture
American Academy for Jewish Research............... 50.00
American Jewish Historical Society.................... 50.00
B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal............ 6,250.00
Dropsie College ...................................... 150.00
Graduate Faculty of Political and Sciences............. 50.00
Hebrew Theological College (Chicago) ................. 200.00
Histadruth Ivrith .................................... 125.00
Jewish Teachers Seminary............................ 100.00
Jewish Theological Seminary of America............... 750.00
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital........................ 400.00
National Farm School................................. 150.00
Rabbinical College of Telshe.......................... 50.00
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath & Mesifta..................... 300.00
Yeshiva University ................................... 1,000.00
Yiddish Scientific Institute............................ 750.00
Total ..........................................
National Service Agencies
All erican Association for Jewish Education......
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Fund.
Jewish Occupational Council ...................
National Jewish Welfare Board..................
Torah Umesorah .............................
.$ 10,375.00
750.00
3,745.00
50.00
4,200.00
50.00
Tot:'l ................................................$ 8,795.00
Reserves
Reserve for Contingencies............................ 35,000.00
Reserve for Collection Losses.......................... 9o!oOO.OO
Campaign Expenditures .............................. 52^613.50
TOTAL .....................................$1,492,793.93
'Ideal Father' to Vacation
At Versailles Hotel
"The Ideal Father of Greater
Miami" is to be picked in a con-
test sponsored by the Versailles
hotel and the Men'. Fashion Guild
of Miami Beach, winner of which
will take his entire family to the
Versailles for a vacation week-
end with all the "trimmings,"
June 19, 20.
The general public is invited
to submit nominations of whom-
ever they consider to be greater
Miami's "outstanding dad." These
entries will be submitted in writ-
ing to Sam Beneckson who is the
Town Reporter heard at 6:15 p.m.
daily over WKAT. It was Mr.
Chevrolet Truck Exhibit
Shown On Causeway
Local Chevrolet dealers are
sponsoring a Chevrolet truck
caravan exhibit which will be
held Tuesday, June 22, at the
Goodyear blimp base on Mac-
Arthur causeway.
More than $90,000 worth of
equipment, mounted on Chevro-
let advanced design chassis will
be shown and demonstrated.
Sponsors include the Luby
Chevrolet Co., Theil Chevrolet
Co., Southland Chevrolet, Inc..
and Beach Chevrolet Corp.
Beneckson who developed the
idea originally in 1947.
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SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS
13 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach
Herman Glasser Earns
Fla. Architecture Degree
Leonard H. Glasser, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, of
1045 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, was the only boy in Mi-
ami Beach who was graduated
fiom the University of Florida, at
Gainesville, with a Bachelor of
Architecture Degree conferred
upon him on June 7. Glasser,
graduate of Miami Beach High
school, entered the university and
after two years enlisted in the
United States Army to serve in
tiie Tank Corp division in Ger-
many, for 3't> years. Upon his
discharge from the Army, he re-
turned to continue his studies in
architecture. He plans to enter
the field of architecture in Miami
Beach.
Temple Men's Club
Urge Aid For Israel
Adding their voices to the m;.nv
local appeals to the national gov-
'ernment for aid to the newly
created state of Israel, the men's
club of Temple Israel has for-
warded a resolution to the presi-
dent and the secretary of st:.tc of
the United States.
The resolution urges cancella-
tion of the arms embargo for
shipment to the Jewish govern-
ment and denial of any assist-
ance "to the aggressor Arab
states," whose terms in answer
to the U.N. cease fire order "c in-
stitute a complete, unconditional
and abject surrender of the Jew-
ish State of Israel."
Marcel Chiland
dude Luba Roy. accordionist and
vocalist: Hose Aarons. messo-so- I
orano; Dr. Benjamin Coleman. j
instrumentalist; and Mania Shu- ]
bov who will read several
sketches from the works of
Sholem Aleichem. Miss Melicov
will accompany the artists on the
piano and serve as master of
ceremonies.
The public is invited to join in
the celebration. Refreshments will
he served.
Miami Beach Ladies auxiliary
to the home will be hostesses.
Committee in charge includes
Mrs Benjamin Appel. chairman,
and Mrs. Sidney Greenberg, Mrs.
Mollie Silverman, Mrs. Frances
Rakoff, Mis. Benjamin Kaplan
and Mrs. Morris Sparber.
We Carry a Full Line of
Strictly Fresh
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We 1ii iml Your
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You Are Cordially Invited
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Worth of Equipment Mounted on
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WHEN*
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Tues.. June 2210:00 A.M. Until 4:00 P.M.
WHO?
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2107 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
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550 Alton Rd.
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