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The Jewish Floridian ( June 25, 1948 )

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ihdlie\wiislh-JElliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDATFRIDAY IUNF. 2S n-ifi ^2^_NUMBER 25 M IAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. IUNEITIM S PRICE TEN CENT = S Israel in Civil Struggle; Irgun Goes Underground TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Israeli "Jabotinsky," which is believed to 1 ?. ,.„.,-,.• t announced that a have left a French port more than „ m -. of Na Tuesmment announcea HW %  Ivtile between its troops and Ir PtsonabeachatKfarVitkin, I some five Ittanya, which broke out |L." when the dissidents atC^dtoland a cargo of war LOTH! in violation of the UN I truce, had ended. Israeli intelligence agents ar70 Jewish •'rebels" ThursIdav including Peter Bergson, I'ounder of the Hebrew National Committee, and the American I captain of the gun-running ship I Altalem. Included in those arI rested wtre leaders of the Irgun hvai Leumi extremist organizational some of its men. Earlier Wednesday two Israeli [ministers. Rabbi Judah Leib Fishlain, minister for Jerusalem, and IHoshe Shapiro, immigration minister, had n signed over the split I between the Jewish forces in Is| raeli. An urgent meeting of the proI visional parliament is taking I place as we go to press. Irgun Zvai Leumi went back I underground today following its I bloody break with Haganah. The organization resumed its position as ar. illegal, armed political IfoupThe announcement revealed I that the Irgunists, who were atItemptirc to unload the 1,200-ton Feldman As Present I'.S. Hi |> loinal Soul To Israel, Exchange Made I Jarr.es G. McDonald has been jippointod y President Truman to I be a special representative of the [United States to the new governI Mnt of Israel. McDonald served I on the Annlo-American Commission of Inquiry on Palestine in I 1936. Eliahu Epstein has been designated by Israel as its special representative m the United States |md head of the Israel mission. Truman announced the exchange of diplomatic missions I with the following statement: "Agreement has been reached behvten the government of the [United States and the provisional government of Israel on [the establishment of a mission of Ifte United States in Israel* and j> mission of the provisional govjmunent DI Israel in the United I States. Agreement also has been [reached on tl e exchange of special tepresenl itives." New SOS National I Co-chairman Dr. Abraham J. Feldman, rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel, Hartford, Conn., was elected to a second term as president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at its 59th annual convention held in Kansas City. have left a French port more than a week ago with arms and some immigrants, had surrendered after the battle which cost them six dead and fourteen wounded. The Israel Defense Army suffered two killed and three wounded The final surrender was preceded by a 45-minute truce during Which the Irgunists turned their C.C.A.R. Re-elects Dr. wounded over to the government troops for attention. The surrender terms included giving up all arms except those aboard the ship, giving up all transport used by the Irgunists on the beach and the signing of a statement by each Irgunist that he will place himself under the command of the government army and obey its orders. The vessel will be kept in Tel Aviv where it will be placed under control of the army which will decide how to dispose of her cargo without infringing on the terms of the four-week truce. A Jewish Teiegraphic Ag< ncy correspondent watched, from a distance of several hundred yards. a short battle between the Irgun vossc 1 and a Palmach barge. The Palmach crew opened fire with heavy machine guns and the Irgunists soon replied. After a short but heavy exchange, tre ship's captain, a woman, radioed the Palmach commander: "Do not Tire on the ship. Children are still aboard, also large quantities of ammunition and arms." The inhabitants of Tel Avivwere shocked last night to hear an Irgun broadcast announce that "a fratricidal battle" was taking place between the Israel Defense Army and the Irgun, which recently merged with the army in all areas except Jerusalem. The announcer warned that unless the army called off its attack, the fighting might spread to all parts of the country. A Sternist statement issued later announced that the Stern group was placing itself alongside the Irgun. The statement said: "If this continues we will have to draw the consequent s. as we see that Israel's army is behaving 1. e a party force not a national army." The government's communique last night on the situation declared that it was aware that a •hip carrying arms for the Irgun was due to arrive in Palestine and that it had been decided to take all measures to prevent its unloading. "The government saw in this arms traffic by a dissident group and particularly during the truce period a serious violation Of Israel's international obligations as well as a violation of the agreement with Irgun soldiers concluded recently." When the Irgunists refused to obey a command to cease unloading the ves,',,. i;i d th lt ne will sign the "Technical Talks" Started for Arab Jewish Peace in Palestine RHODES, (JTA)—United Naminority group in Palestine, i Palestine mediator Count shertok emphasized. On tie Koike Bernadotte began a series j of •'technical" talks with small ', panels of Arab and Jewish representatives this week at his headquarters here in preparation for discussions on a higher level which may lead to permanent Stice in Palestine. A senior member of Bernadotte's staff told correspondent : ere: "We have not asked the Jews or Arabs for anyone on the political level yet. The talks within the next few days will be b chnical and in a sense exploraOur main concern for the •une being is to keep things from ing." U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte. who spent last week on the move between Tel Aviv and Cairo—with a short stopover at his Rhodes negotiations headquarters—has already received preliminary statements from both the Arab League and the Israeli government outlining the basis on which the respective parties will agree to meet for purposes of nt gotiating a permanent peace in Palestine. Or. his second visit to the Jewcapital within one week. Exports To Israel WASHINGTON. (JTA> — The Department of Commerce's Office ;sn of International Trade this week | Bernadotte was closeted with Forannounced the designation of Ise j gn Minister Moshe Shertok for rael in country group "O" with f our hours during which the latter reference to U.S. export trade. outlined a five-point fundamentAll US exports to countries in al program which must be met group "O" except those on a be'ore the Israelis will agree to -positive list" of short supply talk permanent peace. The miniiten s can be shipped without mum program was presented to export licenses. The "positive Bernadotte orally, list" includes such ..ems as The state of Israel must be wheat, other short supply grains, treited as a sovereign nation and Steel and steel products, coal, no Israel oft.c.al will meet with i, s. ?ats and oils, other short I bs unless he is recognized me chemicals. [as representing a state, not a b t M. Kahn. prominent ,".* Yor) t businessman and W'lanthropist, has been elected "Wonal Co-Chairman of the (Suppliei for Overseas IJDQ ors) Collection of the Truman Accepts Immigration Bill Unfavorable To Jewish Refugees WASHINGTON, (JTA) -A ?*> ".^J^ £? -S! %  member commission which will direct the program of admitting 205.000 displaced persons to the United States within the next two years under the terms I i e bill passed by the Senate— which is unfavorable to the imtion of Jewish refugees to this country-will be appointed hv President Truman shortly, it was reported here. No attempts will be made by groups dissatisfied with the bill the President veto it, it as learned here, since Truman but will issue a statement ,ol. the statement said, govern ment troops concentrated in ne smf ,.,, dis satisfation with area were ordered to quell ifc nrnvisions. which revolt against the governments authority. The vessel was originally spotted approaching the Palestine coast yesterday by a WS patrol plane and its position.and course were radioed to Tel A* During the entire operation UN observers were watching thf vessel and attempts to unload it and were in regular contact withi UN mediator Count Folke Bernadotte over their own rad.o network. It was unofficially reported that the ship landed 800 immigrants. both 1 of its provisions were bitterly assailed in chambers of Congress, prior to the bill's passage. The measure stipulates that of the 200.000 displaced persons to be admitted to the United States within the next two JW Dorcent should originate in Last ern Poland and the Baltic counSes, while 30 percent of the total should be farmers. It also excludes from eligibility all persons who nt( „. a DP camps after Dec 22, iseffectively cutting off thoufrom Eastern Europe from classification as admissible refugee imrants, since the exodus of these Jews to Western Europe, (Continued on Page 5) Hebrew I nion Merges With Jewish Institute NEW YORK, (JTA)—The consolidation of the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati and the Jewish Institute of Religion of New York, and the retirement of Dr. Stephen S. Wise from the presidency of the Institute were announced here this week. The new institution will be known as the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College, has also been elected president of the Jewish Institute of Religion by the Institute's board, and he will head the combined schools Cincinnati and New York. W. e and Dr. Julian Morgenstern. former president of the Hebrew Union College, will be presidents emeriti of the merged institution. question of immigration, he stated., it must be agreed that only the state of Israel will decide on the volume and source of its immig:ation. The Israelis will not negotiate v. ith the Arabs for a reduction in the territory allotted to them by the U.N. partition resolution of last November, he stressed, but since the Jews hold territory not originally allotted to them they are prepared to" discuss minorterritorial adjustments. The Arabs must abide by the U.N. decision to set up an independent Arab state in Palestine, he added, or the Jews will not agree to give up the territory assigned to that .state which they have overrun since the invasion began. The final point was on Jeru;alem. Here again Shertok called' for adherence to the U.N. partition decision, insisting that the 1 ity retain its international status; under the trusteeship of the U.N.. If the Arabs continue the-ir attacks in Jerusalem af.te.4the fourweek cease-fire ends, tjfie Jew* may demand inclusion ot tihe citty in Israel, he indicated. Earlier in the week, Bemad'tifte received the Arabs' terms for entering negotiations. The basic conditions laid down during the mediator's visit to Cairo was: "No partition of Palestine and no. Jewish state." In addition, they refused to meet the Jews at a round-table parley. They rejected out of hand a proposal advanced by Bernadotte that Jerusalem be declared an open city. He warned that the 28-day truce, which is already in itssecond week without too muchhaving been accomplished, may not last for the full four weeks. He stated that he had reason toi believe that the British might complete their evacuation beforethe end of the period and withdraw from the all-important port of Haifa—a move which might precipitate land, sea and air attacks on the Jewish city. He> added—as much for the benefit of the Arabs as for-the provisional council—"if the battle is renwed. it will; De renewed with greater tOMfe This is a battle which will decide not only the fate of the country but also that of the Jewish nation." Austrian DP* VIENNA. (JTA)—Discussions seeking to liquidate entirely the problem of 17,000 Jewish displaced persons in Austria are far advance* among officials of the United States occupation forces and Jewish leaders. Probably half of the DP's will be able to leave for Israel before the end of the year, it was predicted here. While at least two-thirds inin tend to go to Israel ultimately. Dr. the rest are waiting for visas for the United States and other countries. If the opportunities become too limited, they will doubtless change their plans to emigrate to the Jewish state.



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PAGE TWO vjewisti flhridlian FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948 Carps Schedule European Tour Leaving tomorrow for a trip abroad and a family reunion are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carp of Miami. In .\\w York they are to join their daughter. Ruth, who preceded them Tuesday, to sail on the SS Marine Falcon, June 30. Ruth, who has just completed her freshman year at the University of Miami, plans to remain in Europe where she will study at tie University of Zurich in Switzerland. Upon the family's arrival in South Hampton they will be met by a son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz who are now living in Germany. Schwartz is an engineer for the U.S. government there Current plans indicate that the entire group will tour the British Isles after which the three Miamians will depart for a motor trip through France and the low countries and perhaps Denmark and Sweden before visiting the Schwartzes in their home in Heidelberg. Next stop on the tentative itinerary H Italy where Mr. Carp h is a cousin, Abe Laskove, head of the Italian area of JDC. Tl rougl :•: the Cains hope to obtain a visa n.to Palestine. When her pan nts fly back to the states September 3. Ruth plans to return to Heidelbi and while she is learning Gi I man in Zurich later in the fall in preparation tor her work at the university, her brother-in-law will study for his doctorate in teei ing t. A. imn ediate past pn sident of Miami unit of Hadassah, Mrs Carp is vice president ot the ( '•: eater Mi.-: ill la i I : S. Mackovskys Entertained For Silver Anniversary On the occasion of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky were honored by a surprise reception in the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Thursday. June 17. Among the guests were Harry Sonz, Miss Annette Klaits, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern of Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet, Mrs. Rose Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Weiland. Pictures were taken of the guests of honor cutting the wedding cake. Mrs. Makovsky is president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob. /ionisis Honor Harry Oordons Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon were presented a Zionist plaque last week "in recognition for their service to the Miami Zionist district to help carry on that work which in turn aided the national organization." Together with Burnett Roth, president of the district, the Gordons received certificates stating that their names have been inscribed in the Book of Life in Palestine. Taking place last Thursday in Beth David synagogue the meeting was followed by a symposium lead by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Roth and Harry Simonhoff. Sholem Officers Meet An officer's meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of President Marx Feinberg, 2430 S.W. 25th St. Martha Zall, Modiste Opens New Beach Shop Martha Zall, modiste, has opened her shop in the former location of Ann Alster, at 407 15th St.. Miami Beach Working with the slogan "Lincoln Road quality at 15th St. prices." Miss Zall claims that "this is the season to have your fall wardrobe done while labor and materials are available." Denver Home Group Schedules Card Party Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver have invited friends of the group to attend a dessert luncheon and man jonggcard party Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m.; at the New Yorker hotel, Miami Beach. Proceeds of the affair are to be used for the asthmatic and underprivileged children at the Denver Home. Mrs. Ann Tannen, chairman for Miami Beach, and Mrs. Frances Alexander. Miami, are in charge of arrangemetns. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948 ___^k\\istnPat.on of controversy over the Stetson Kennedy, consultant, advising the governor of recently animination to elect more men to Congress whose views "coincide with Klankraft." nounced ., deter en tails as outlined by Grand Dragon Samuel Green in the supposed secrecy of his Atlanta Klavern No. 1 on the nignt of May 31. Undercover nbservei \ of the Anti-Nazi League who attended the grand dragon's meeting reported that the Klan chieftain has arranged to send out half a million "fire-, summonses" to Klansmen all over the country, He expressed hope that there would be at least l.noo new members to he "naturalized as citizens of the Invisible Empire" at the mountain ceremony. To this end the dragon said he had instructed all Klan's reappearance on Stone Mountain—traditional gathering place of the hooded order since 1915—Grand Dragon Green said the KKK had leased the mountain for the meeting, and so would be "free to do what it pleased and admit whom it pleased." However, Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell will be sent "special invitations," the dragon said. The Klan's postwar combaek trail has re-estab lished it as an active factor in some 15 states, including sue!: non-Southern states as Ohio, Pennsylvania. Indiana and California, the Anti-Nazi League asserted. Green claims, in addition, to have established cmbryonic croups in another 15 states. The American Jewish Adventure By DR. JOSHUA LOTH LIEBMAN Part I i .el, Turin, iho brilliant young rabbi whose tragic ..;,!'. shocked American Jewry, left Ins people a i-„ il ... i;il and religious though) At the recent annual meeting "f %  final Jewish Welfare Board UWB) In Chicago, r>i I.Mimai di address of such stirring quality that the JWB ado| K... kla ..... ... "... .1. ".1...... Inalnhl <.,,.! nhallbi vtna t!.I..L mngnil • i I i nng his message foi its "deep Insight and challenging think\s .( special service to the American Jewish publl the JWB'H I of Public Information is making available herewith the miiln ,,f i! ii address, which offers dynamic Ideas on Jewish Jewish Plorldlan is presenting Dr, [Jebman'r mi agi in two ,.i i ,,i which He one below is the firsi American Jewry is in the process of Becoming; it is not a joality. rigid and arteriosclerotic. Part of the confusion of flmer can Jewish life is due to our character structure os an adolescent compelled to assume the responsibilities of adulthood. Faced with the problems of maturity, some among us are enough to assume our his. role of Jewish destiny. Others would like to flee to some • g angri-La of uninvolveand Jewish unrelatedness. At times we tend to overntidze our achievements, on.• % %  a moment when we t to subject ourselves to hon!: criticism. That moment ed wh^n my dear friend. Wt il. great leader and wise ct of American Jewish life. with his co-workers. i %  t.i! the Commission on Survi of the National Jewish WclBoard. i hould like to join with many in paying tribute to ProOscar Janowsky for his %  i ring work in the Survey • In it the healing honesty .lf-criticism which is chartie of Israel is united with r e xperimenta) tentativeness of ran social science. Jewish and American pragmat. I am certain, animated Proor Janowsky in his creative complete forthrightness, report dissects the facets of ire and the aspects of magninl success. The National Jewish Welfare Board has served bly in peacetime as well as in wartime. Professor Janowsky'.manifest both scientific tivity and warm appreciaof the invaluable contribuol the JWB to the American Jew i:: scene. in American Jew, a rabbi, a er of the Survey Commission, I am happy to say these words tonight I feel privileged to paj tribute bot hto the scholarRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 ship, the honesty and the spirit of Jewish affirmation in Professor Janowsky's work! The director of this Survey is not neutral about Jewish life and Jewish values. He is a positive Jew. anxious for an enrichment of the basic Jewish content in the centers of America. Bitter and Confused Fortunately, from my standpoint he does not belong to that small group of social scientists who appear to believe that either indifferentism to or cool detach ment from classic Jewish values, both religious and cultural, serves as unique credentials for authoritative pronouncements on American Jewish life. I, like others in this audience, have read "The Independent Study." I wish to leave out all questions concerning the scientific, factual arguments about the Janowsky Survey. I am not competent to speak about that as a social scientist— i am a rabb one reader that .. Study" is. on the one hand, a rather bitter personal attack on a distinguished scholar, and on the other hand, a very confused document. It is not my purpose to engage in polemics, but in certain circles -happilv few in number-tne illusion has grown that withdrawal from Judaism makes by paradoxical process for i LONESOME? Make New FriendsWorld Wide Contacts Write International Bureau P. O. Box 587. Miami 4 P. O. Box 1101. G.P.O.. New York 1. N. Y. 'Regis. Fla. and N. Y.) i an devotion is totally false. T i can be an antiseptic objectivity about values and ideals hich not only sterilizes but itself is sterile. Social scientists who live selfdivorced from the major currents of American Jewish life, both in its religions and cultural aspi are psychologically ill-prepared to chart the course for the future of Vmeri an Jewish community, America was not built into a vital democracy by debating-society neutrals, but bv passionst* advocates and participants in the struggle for a creative democracy Judaism did not become a vital influence in world thought through the work of detached hermits, but through the labors of passionate and prophetic advocates of particular program of life, men like Amos and Isaiah. Hillel and Akiba. It certainly was never the intention of the JWB to impose any program or any principles upon the Jewish Centers of America. The leaders of thl JWB have arranged for democratic discussion and democratic decision about the •••statement of Principles." fessor Janowteky. according to my understanding of bis work, certainly never intended any dictation or imposition of his views but rather clarification and guidll, and all others conne te : with the Survey welcome constructive criticism and discussion. A Sectarian Version? There can be honest disa. ment about many aspects of the analysis and recommendations, n however, rather peculiar to the Jew.-. Center, as a den tor "conformity to a single specific sectarian version ol Jewish life" Has Jewish content in Jewish Centers now become a sectarian version? Thee may be c riticism of the I &f some closer paradoxical K ..—~ .symbiosis with Americanism. This dichotomy between tatoMt J*J; ish loyalty and profound AmcnJWB Survey and the Statement of Principles from those who at times give the appearance of believing that Jewish integration can be purchased only at the price of Jewish suicide—a wholly false premise; from another standpoint there may be reservations likewise from certain religious ,Ii wish leaders at the other extreme, who would like the synagogues to become the absolute center for all of Jewish existence. As a rabbi. I too could wish the synagogue to assume this alldominant, important role, a role which it once played in other ages. Yet I understand that there is no possibility in the foreseeable future of attaining a kind of monism, a complete and total absorption by the synagogue of the 'unctions which are now being performed bv other agencies. fraternal, philanthropic, communal. This just will not happen! Synagogues are here to stay. Centers are here to stay, other Jewish communal organizations are here to tay. It is not a matter of •eit cr-or" but a matter of "bothand." a matter of a generous understanding that there has to be a division of labor, a creative division ol labor with a coordination of functions rather than ar overlapping of tasks between the synagogue and the Centers that make up much of the dynamic institutional flora and fauna of the American Jewish landscape. Pluralism the Reality! It is my fervent hope that a revitalized joint commission of the Synagogue Council and of the JWB will be created immediatei that a plan for the proper division of labor and mutual supplementation of activities can be fashioned without delay. I believe that the majority of us must and will recognize that tl ere are so many forms of Jewish life in this country that no return is possible to a monopoly on the part of the synagogue, Pluralism is the reality! At the same time I believe that the functions of the synagogue are primary for a Jewish philosophy of life, for our Jewish morale, for Jewish survival. I am also aware of the important and significant role that the Jewish Centers have played and will continue to plav in the American Jewish scene. The basic needs of American Israel in this connection can be subsumed under the general headings of the sociological and spiritual. The great philosopher Nietzsche once wrote the sentence, "Woe to him who has no home!" Multitudes of young American Jews and Jewesses feel that they have no home, intellectually and emotionally. Young scholars like Daniel Bell, of the University of Chicago, and young novelists like Isaac Rosenfeld and many other sensitive Jewish artists and thinkers reveal how deep is the sense of alienation and aloneness existing in American Israel. 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PAGE FOUR *-Je/st)ncr*flar EDITORIAL ZOA Convention A call has been issued to members of the Zionist Organization of America to have their delegations present at the 51st annual convention which will be held in Pittsburgh on July 2nd. It will be one of the most crucial and perhaps the most critical convention in Zionist history; for it will be faced with unprecedented problems in many directions growing out of the triumphant achievement of a Jewish State in Palestine—after half a century of effort and struggle. "It is already abundantly evident that the role of our organization is by no means over not even in the sphere of safeguarding the political future of Palest ne," Dr. Emanuel Neuman, president of the ZOA, stated at a press conference last week. "The responsibility for speaking and acting officially on behalf of the new Republic is of course the exclusive prerogative of the Provisional Government of Israel. But as long as Israel is beset with enemies bent on undermining its existence, we as American friends of Israel, cannot and will not wash our hands of the problem. It remains our deep and constant concern. "At the moment Palestine is enjoying an uneasy and precarious truce, but signs are multiplying that this is but a respite sought by the enemies of Israel, the better to encompass its downfall. The plain truth is that the war is continuing: It is a cold war that is now being waged against Israel. As in the case of the shooting war, the government of Great Britain continues to be the chief culprit acting behind a very thin and transparent screen. Because of the vast ineguality between the resources of the Israeli and the British governments in the matter of publicity and public information, the world does not yet realize the extent to which Great Britain has been behind the Arab invasions and directing their military as well as political operations. In fact, it has not been an Arab war so much as a British war. Great Britain has been fighting Israel through Arab mercenaries whom the British Government has recru.ted and trained, eguipped, officered, paid and led into action. Abdullah's Trans-Jordan Legion, the only important Arab force, is not in reality an Arab army but a British Army in Arab uniforms, which is engaged upon this war most reluctantly, under orders from the British Government determined to wreck the partition solution, decree by the United Nations. "Similarly Britain is now organizing and directing the cold war on Israel. It is definitely behind Count Bernadotte's spectacular attempt to organize a world-wide embargo on Jewish immigration to Israel. Another move in Britain's cold war is the attempt to paralyze Israel's economy by cutting off the supply of fuel oil while making it freely available to the Arab aggressors. Acting arbitrarily and unilaterally it stopped the FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948 repatriation of Jewish refugees from Cyprus to Palestine before the truce was signed and in violation of its terms. As another aspect of its cold war, Britain is now working hard on various government, including our own, to organize diplomatic pressure on Israel in connection with the "Peace Conference" on the Island of Rhodes. "Frorn broad hints dropped both in London and Washington, it is apparent that the British Government hopes to get the support of the United States and other nations to brow-beat Israel into accepting a radical revision of the settlement voted by the United Nations, chiefly by a drastic reduction of area and limitations on Jewish immigration into Israel. "It should be recalled that the General Assembly of the United Nations had rejected a minority proposal which differed from the majority proposal finally adopted, precisely in these two vital respects. In other words the British Government is now attempting to undo the United Nations settlement, striving to accomplish by her cold war and behind the scenes, what could not be achieved by force of arms or through open discussion in the United Nations. "It has been repeatedly reported from London that the British Government is now anxious to heal the rift which had developed between itself and our own government on this subject. How ever there is repson to fear that British diplomacy will again lead our State Department into its camp by selling it British-made proposals dressed up to look like a reasonable 'compromise.' "The Government of Israel is of course fully aware of these maneuvers," Neuman added "and I am perfectly confident that it will refuse to be tricked or intimidated into surrender ng one iota of its sovereignty or title to any ofits territory both of which it has heroically defended and triumphantly vindicated by the valor of its troops. But that does not discharge American friends of Israel of their responsibility. We must keep watch and ward and persevere in our unwearied efforts to persuade President Truman and the State Department to stand fast by American commitments and policy. "The great weight of public opinion in this country is overwhelmingly on the s de of justice and against the shabby immorality which parades by the name of expediency. It is true that AngloAmerican relations have not been helped by the strain which has developed over this issue but the cure does not lie in American surrender to the British Foreign Office. "We are reliably informed that the British Government is now deeply divided on the question. Powerful influences in the British Cabinet are asserting themselves against Mr. Bevin's reckless dispos tion to sacrifice American friendship and jeopardize desperately needed American aid to Britain in order to satisfy his obstinate desire to have his way in Palestine. I am convinced that if our Government stands firm in its f.delity to the United Nations and in support of the State ol Israel which the United States has recognized, saner and sounder counsels will prevail in the British Cabinet. The key to the situation is st 11 in Washington where it has been for years." The convention will be called upon to define in clear terms, the future relationship of American Zionism to the Jewish community of Palest ne and the Republic of Israel. It will have to consider questions of constitutional revision as well as programmatic and organizational changes indicated for the World Zionist Organization. Above all, it will have to adopt a concrete program oi activity for the ZOA in the light of the new situa tion and the tasks which will devolve upon us in the future. Considerable discussion and possible differences of opinion will be present. The strength of the Zionist movement will be its firm and consistent adherence to the democratic process. All opinions are entitled to be heard and in the end the opinion of the majority prevails and must be loyally accepted by everyone. Letters to the Editor I Resign In a litter addressed to I. R. Goodman. Chairman. Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, Dr. F. H. Fisher, vice president of the Florida Chapter of the American Council for Judaism announced his resignation from that body an durges its dissolution. The letter is reprinted in the following paragraphs: Mr. I. R. Goodman 7127 Bay Drive Normandy Isle Miami Beach, Florida Dear Mr. Goodman: I have enjoyed tremendously and trust that you have, to some extent, received an equal amount of pleasure in our recent discussions of the American Council for Judaism. I have felt that you have been curious as to my motivation in joining the organization and my recent resignation from it; also my position as regards the American Council for Judaism and my attitude towards the state of Israel and the welfare of world Jewry in the light of recent and current events. As I told you during these discussions, I felt that the men and women who organized and joined the American Council nationally and in South Florida shared my feeling of sincere loyalty to the United States of America, to democratic principles and their beliefs were, as were mine, that the principles promulgated by the American Council for Judaism were in the greatest interest and augured the most for American and world Jewry. My belief and. I believe their beliefs in these principles and thoughts, impelled us to organize and join with the American Council and to give of our time, efforts and finances in the furtherance of its doctrines. All of this was before the fact of the decree by the United Nations Organization and its subsequent recognition by the United States of America and various other nations, but now, my friend, we are speaking after the fact. The state of Israel is a fait accompli and has at least progressed from its embryonic state into that of a lusty infant and you may be sure that I wish it every success and the complete fruition of the desires of its nationals and of world Jewry and that I shall do everything possible morally, physically and financially to foster its growth to the point that it may take its place in the great family of nations on an equal basis in all matters. This, I feel, is the attitude one should take if one is truly democratic in ones belief. Then the will of the majority must be recognized, notwithstanding the fact that one may have opposed this fact previously with all sincerity and good purpose. I feel that in the interest of unity which is the prime essential, not only for the success of the state of Israel, but for the improved status of world Jewry. ( should, one and all, forget all past differences, shades of beliefs, philosophies and work for the common cause which we all have foremost in our minds and hearts. Sp' aking as an individual and not as a member or officer of the American Council for Judaism it is my feeling that the organization should dissolve itself locally and in so doing, should recommend to the parent body that it do likewise but in this process of dissolution it should be stated to the nation and to the world that we offer every resource at our command to the new state of Israel as American citizens of Jewish faith, with no national ties or affiliations with any nation other than that of the United States of America but purely in a spirit of humanitarianism and helpfulness to a valiant people, i %  their struggle for existence. I trust sincerely that whether. a? a member of the American Council, the Zionist Organization, the American Jewish Committee or simply as plain John Doe. American citizen of Jewish faith. I may be privileged to do my bit. Trusting that the conversations I have enjoyod so much may continue, I am Cordially yours, /s/ F. H. Fisher Dr. F. H. FISHER! Religion In >. Y. Schools Opposed NEW YORK, (JTA)—A joint statement by the Synagogue Council of America and the National Community Relations Advisory Council, issued here over the week-end, declared that the two organizations consider the New York State system of released time to be inconsistent with the American principle of separation of church and state, and believe that system to have been invalidated by the recent McCollum case." The statement was issued, it was explained, to dispel any misconception that may have resulted from the action of the Greater New York Coordinating Committee on Released Time for Jews. Protestants and Catholics, in filing a brief upholding the constitutionality of New York State's program of released time for religious instruction. The two groups reaffirm their opposition to the released time program, the statement added, pointing out that the viewpoint of organized Jewish groups is at variance with that of the Coordinating Committee. ALBANY, N. Y., (JTA) — The teaching of Hebrew in New York State's high schools as a fully accredited modern foreign language was approved here this week by the State Board of Regents. There are at present be tween 3.000 and 4,000 students in New York City who are students of Hebrew. Cairo Fireworks CAIRO, (JTA)—Eighteen persons were killed and 43 wounded this week when a heavy i sion shook the Jewish quartet here. Eight houses were destroyed in the blast. Police investigating the explosion established that it was caused by the faulty storage materials used in the manufacture of fireworks. Seven Jewish boys with a pushcart bearing an unattached time fuse and explosives were arrested by the police. The police chief, Murtaga Bey, he was convinced the explosion was accidental. fJewisti HwtdHaun Published every Friday tine* *•'' uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 V iSixth Street. Miami 18. Florida, till; tered a* aecond-clait matter J'liy -• 1930. at the Pott Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March i. 'I Th Jewish Florldlan has absorbed hs Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish rele_ graphic Aoency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Associat on. American Association of Eno'lshJewish Newspaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 3.00 Two Yaara S 5.00 FRED K. SHOCriET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-"?12 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 25 FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1948 SIVAN 18, 5708



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FRIDAY JUNE 25, 1948 J*istJhridliari Truman Accepts Immigration Bill unued from Page 1) following the outbreak of pobegan after that date. Thi' measure also provides for migration of 3,000 displaced s and 2,000 Czech political refuge" s above the 200,000 figure. i.oOO displaced persons now in t. %  U.S. on temporary visas will l>< permitted to remain in this country as permanent immigrants under the terms of the lie. A Senate Appropriations subcommittee recommended an al• n of $3,500,000 for the com„ for the fiscal year beginning July 1It is believed here that Ugo Curusi, former Immigration and Nationalization Comner, now an expert on DP in the State Department, will be appointed head of the commission. Government sources indicated al least 1,800 immigration i workers and investigators ave to be hired for service with American consulates in These 1,800 would be in n to special personnel must be employed to the so called "Volksdeutso are to be admitted to this country under the provisions I'nnnri'ssional DP bill. Emanuel Celler, one of .: Senate-House conferees who refused to sign the compromeasure before it was sent I!<>use for approval, estithat while 27,000 Volkspersons of German origin who lived in coun. (joining Germany before the war and who returned to G my after the war ended — will be permitted to enter the i States during the next two years, only about 6.000 Jewish r< fugees will be able to gain %  e during the same period. During the debate in the Senate, prior to the measure's adopa voice vote, several Senators sharply criticized the bill I limitation on the number f Jewish and Catholic immiwho will be allowed to enter the U.S. Senator Claude Pepper charged that the bill, "inof welcoming DP's has : tade written in to keep tliem out." However, he and scvpral "•her critics of the bill in thi Si nate voiced the hope that h/ic amendments" will ded to it when the next of Congress meets in Jan1949. while, government sources ted here that approximately 20 former U.S. Army transwill be placed at the dis Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Miami "for his outstanding work in advancing the cause of Reform Judaism during the year 1947-48." Under Rabbi Zwitman's leadership, the citation reports Religious Emphasis campaign conducted throughout the nation by the Hebrew Union Collegi • i Union of American Hebrew Congregations, in connection with the visit of Dr. Leo Baeck, president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, was the most successful in the entire South and in the Eastern Seaboard Region. Human Rights LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The U.N, Commission on Human Rights this week completed its third session with its members conceding that while its draft of an international treaty guaranteeing all the accepted liberties and basic freedoms would have to be postponed until 1949, the Human Rights Declaration rents a vast improvement over previous U.N. formulations. Unveiling Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Irving Jaco s will take place Sunday. June 27. at 2:30 p.m. in Mt. Sinai %  tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Friends and relatives are asked •o attend. Pioneer Miamian Dies Al Home Mrs. Minnie Rosenhouse, age "4, of 1501 N.W. 14th St., passed away suddenly in her home yesterday morning. She was a resident here for 26 years, coming from Milton, Fla. The deceased is survived by two sons. Mose H. and David L., Miami attorney; three dauahters, Misses Annie and Sarah Rosenhouse and Mrs. Dora Lyons, all of Miami; and a brother, Aaron Berman of Cleveland. Active in communal work here, the late Mrs. Rosenhouse was a member of Beth David congregation. Funeral services will be held today at 2 p.m. in Gordon Funeral chapel. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Nebo cemetery. rlenre, \i\ Ins r-hfldrei 'MARY MATZ *;">. p.is^'-a Huai at her rM:•"" :.;ili si vVednewlay. Burare her hutvband, Hamuel, and i Max, FMward, Mis. .!"•• I risen, Mrs. Joe Fretilin*, Mm Alvln Roth. Mrs Ben Unman, Mis Sylvan Howard an.I Mrs Leon Pried Remains were sent to Louisville, Ky. by Riverside Memorial Chattel, MOLLIE HOROWITZ Age 65, ..r ;ii" Seventh St., Miami Beach, died here Wednesday The body enl in N.w y.'l< for burial by tinRiverside Memorial Chapel. MAX ROTH An. 71, i.r ;,-." i nil si.. Miami Bench, :-i"'''i awn) Wtii .. %  -.1.1 \ HI his home. The body was sen) bj Riverside Memorial Chanel in New Yi>rk for services and Interment. PAULINE MEYER Age I". i'f 1226 Drexel Ave., Miami here Tuesday. The remains w.ir s.-ni iii Sew York fur ervlces snd burial by Riverside iii :.il > ?hape1. Henry I. Taylor Heard Over WKAT Henry J. Taylor, nott I spondent, economist, author and world traveler, is heard every week on Mondays and Fridayat 7:30 p.m. over station WKAT. Sponsored by Luby Chevrolet I of Miami. Taylor delivers a series of direct talks on America and the world scene which he en titles "In Your Land and Mine.'" 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PAGE SIX %  Jewish Hcrktlan FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 194a Letters To The Editor All Do It Editor. Jewish Floridian, Dear Sir: In connection with Harry Simonhoff's letter in the June 11 issue of the Floridian, advising that he attended a wedding at a local synagogue and was grossly shocked by hearing the organ ring out with the traditional Bridal March from Lohengrin*, which always procedes the procession to the altar, I would like to point out that Mr. Simonhoff. apparently, is unfamiliar with the fact that the Bridal March from Lohengrin is a sine qua non of any formal wedding. (•Mr. Simonhoff cites Wagner's anti-Semitism as reason for banning his Bridal March from synagogues.) I do not know what synagogue Mr. Simonhoff is affiliated with, and it doesn't matter here, but in making a check-up of ALL of the synagogues in the Greater Miami area, they ALL advise that the Bridal March is played in their synagogues. And, this holds true of the synagogues of t. e nation as well, including such orthodox strongholds as Brooklyn. Bronx and Brownsville. Mr. Simonhoff, it appears, would like to strike out the Bridal March from wedding ceremonies in synagogues. You can't do it, Mr. Simonhoff, by writing a letter to a newspaper and then promptly forgetting about the whole thing. If you really want to do something constructive in the matter, if you are zealous and have the courage of your convictions, why not take the matter up first with your own Rabbi and through him, in turn, with the local, state and national rabbinical associations, for their reaction and action. Yours very truly, MAX HOLTSBERG. Amusing Editor, Jewish Floridian Dear Sir:— I read with a great deal of amusement in your "Floridian" issue of June 18, the reasons advanced by Messrs. -Kanner and Bronston as to why they contributed towards the campaign to "Save the State of Israel." It reminds me of a dispatch I read of the capture of Arabs by outbrave Haganah boys in Palestine and the Arabs protesting that they are friends and neighbors of the Jews and meant them no harm. Let us all get behind Bronston and Kanner and their Council Against Judaism and shout "Hurrah for the U. S," for they are the only true Americans. We, who are more tiian 95'; of American Jewry, are not true and loyal Americans. And while we are at it, let's give Mr. Kanner and Mr. Bronston each an American flag to wave. There must be no mistake that they are 100'; Americans. N. H. HANKOFF 4416 Nautilus Dr, Miami Beach. YOUR BATHROOM MODERNIZED MARKOW1TZ& SCHAFFER PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Time Paym'its Free Etimate Ph. 2-3397 2132 N. W. 36th St. Irgun Goes On Mr. Fred K. Shochet, Editor and Publisher, The Jewish Floridian, I read the article captioned "Jewish Community Warned against contributing to the Irgun" in the June 11 issue of the Floridian, with a quiet despair. Perhaps that is what the writer of that article intended, to create despair. "What are these people doing?" my heart cried. "Why this program of destruction amongst our own?" Suppose organized Zionism does not approve of the activities of the Irgun, although they accept their accomplishments. and include them in their Army wherever the Irgun wishes to merge with them. What is this thing that the Community is warning its own people against? Sending money to the Irgun? How can they set out on such a deliberate program of destruction and sabotage? If there are a group of people here in Miami whose sympathies and consciences impel them to try and help this very needy sector of the fighters for Palestine freedom, why this deliberate, shattering obstruction? Will the money we may raise to help the Irgun do harm to the Irgun? Or the combined Army of Israel, or to the state of Israel freedom effort? Must we be "disciplined" as the Rabbi's in Miami insist? And do we go around trying to throw hazards in the way of the work of our self-created opponents? Go thou your way, and do what you can; and leave us in peace to do our work as we see fit. The aim of all should be to help the Palestine fighters, according to our convictions. What clashing of words there are from the Zionists about moneys to go to the Irgun. Will you let us go on record through the columns of your paper that we believe in our leader, Menachim Beigin. He has led us from victory to victory, and until such time as word comes through from him that he no longer looks to us !or financial assistance, the work of the AMERICAN LEAGUE FOR A FREE PALESTINE in its allout commitment to support the Irgun, will go on. regardless of announcements from outside quarters notwithstanding. I quote the following from a June release, Tel Aviv, JTA: "The Irgun issued a statement explaining that it did not dissolve as a political or military organization, but has merely entered the Hebrew Army in the territory of Israel. In Jerusalem and abroad, the organization will continue its activities, including fund-raising and the organization of a freedom movement. The Diaspora headquarters of the Irgun Zvai Leumi announces that no changes have occurred in the financial relations between Irgun and Haganah. Should any change occur an announcement will be made by the Irgun." So Mr. Shochet, I repeat, when the announcement will come from Menachim Beigin that they are provided for financially, we will happily stop. Until such a time, our work will go on. If it is true that the provisional government is taking care of the Irgun's needs, it should be an easy matter for them to demand, and procure such a statement from the Irgun. That seems very simple. Irgunized Zionism in Miami has enjoyed the sun of local newspaper space and publicity. Will you exercise your fairness and allow us to state our case and our position in the next ,., SUl (ll the "Floridian." I ask that, cause time is very pressing right now. There are many things I am leaving unsaid in this letter 1 am trying to attack no one We are merely being crushed here by Miami Jewish officialdom it seems it must have things running only its own way. \\ being crushed, and I am n a stab at a chance to live, and be able to help, where I know help is terribly, achingly needed. I am including herewith. a copy of the latest issue nf the "Answer," the official newspaper of the American League Free Palestine. In its column can get a picture of our side Y may take from it, and u item you wish. Very truly yours. AMECHEI. r o Member, Irgun Zvai Leumi of Eretz Israel American League to Palestine, 322 Calumet Bldg., Miami, Fla. 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rRlDAY. JUNE 25, 1948 I'll Say... ^J^isUhridian PAGE SEVEN By HARRY SIMONHOFF Franklin D. Roosevelt And The Jewish Vote In H'28. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mfficiently recovered from his oolio attack, ran for the governorship of New York. Gentile psychologv has never given up the fiction that Jews would only vote for a fellow Jew. This was the reason.nK of the Republican politic-Kins when they selected Albeit Ottinger as their candidate. The deciding vote was close. An all-out Jewish vote for Ottinger would Have cost Mr. Roosevelt his unique place in American history and the opportunity to render his vast services to humanity. But the Jews bypassed the candidate of their own religion and helped to launch F.D.R. upon his Illustrious career. Mr. Roosevelt was served faithfully by the large number of capable Jews with whom he surrounded himself. Every time he ran for office it has been estimated that 90 r '< of the Jewish vote went to him. Even those who boasted publicly that they favored his opponent secretly voted for him. Now Mr. ]{,, %  evelt was perhaps the most politician in American history or he would not be the only | dent to be elected four times. It is an axiom in politics that supporters must be rewarded. Let u: see how F.D.R. paid lus debt to the Jews. The Palestine Issue In this column I have ;i, discussed Mr. Roosevelt's strange silence during the Nazi pi tions and exterminations of the Jews. It might be argued that as president he would not in'.. in the internal affairs ol government. Moreover, as mander-in-Chief of the American Forces he was doiny his utmost to defeat Hitler. Thi by no means conclusive: yet, let us accept it. Then u lit the Palestine issue" Here he dealt with American policy, as expressed by five presidents him, joint resolutions in Congress and pianks adopted in the Na tional Conventions of both poliell publicl; • n numerou weeks bei ection I hi : %  lettei • v. r to th. n at At: He then su> %  P.D.B '•' %  i olution, th enate Foi Relat %  lid Rabbi • %  • phen, eave th I promise you I'll I : it." 1 ii ich time a prom %  tine, the • %  %  ages to the Arab rule: ountini it and n effect, th .' %  promised publicly to the Jews, nothing would be done to I change the situation in Palestine." Thi Arabs, adept in double talk res quickly sensed the le-in-the-cheek policy of American diplomacy. Time and again it has been pointed out the British bureaucrats and the American career men I made il (! ar to the Arab Eflliat they meant business about ihi Jewish state, a world of trouble and bloodshed would averted. In 1944 Mr. Roosevelt went to to confer with Stalin and Churchill. On his return he %  t ipped at Cairo to see Ibn Saud. at business did the presi• d States have with this desert bandit and his Could he expect to is irresistal le charm on the lllllteiatu Arab, who did not untand a word he said? This a frii ndly gesture to the M< slem world and acted as a whitewash for the Arab.-, who \"( le pro :'a/i i'. tie 'A ai until they saw the democracies winning. It served, perhaps, as a hint to let the Mufti slip out of Allied to i nabic him to continue his bloody work against the Jews. This visit wafollowed by a letter to "great and noble friend" I'm Saud. promising that I • %  United States would do nothing about Palestinewithout first consulting the Aral s. Why'.' For the aid given by the Arabs during tin war? Perhaps for their votes in two gubernatorial and four (.residential elections. Or was it to help the Standard Oil Company m getting oil concessions in Arabia'.' The New Dealer had, evidently, forgotten all about Economic Royalists. In all fairness I must quote Rabbi Wise, who told me that Jimmy Byrnes said, "Roosevelt, at death's door, was no longer aware of his actions when he signed the letter to Ibn Saud." (JFWF Appoints >ow Director, >lovs Office The appointment of Alvin in as director of the ..stern States Region of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds was announced by Marx Borod of Memphis, regional president. At the same time, Mr. Borod announced a decision to move the Regional office from New Orleans to Atlanta. The move, which will takeplace early in July, will place the Region headquarters in a central position in relation to the communities of the area. Formerly executive director of the St. Louis Jewish Employment and Vocational Service, Mr. Bronstein has had varied experin the social service field. Tl e Southeastern States Region includes 30 communities in Alal ama, Arkansas, Florida, id, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. In -> rvicing member communili. Bronstein will provide rial consultation on prob• community organization ogning, and social services. The wide range of CJFWF in forn ation and experience in Jew ish communal life also will be made available to communities Hadassah B & P Women To Hear Rabbi April Rabbi Simon April of the Mi ami Hebrew School and Congregation, will discuss "Judaism and U • New State of Israel" at the next cultural meeting of Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami chapter of Hab, it has been announced by Miss Rosalyn Klein, president. The group will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday, at the new Miami VMHA. Mrs. Harvey Brock, cultural chairman for the group, is arge of arrangements for the evening. Alrin Bronstein Beach Civic League Plans Annual Affair Annual dinner dance and show of the Civic League ol Miami Beach will take place at the Beachcoomber, June 29, at which time James Halley Ruby is to be installed as president. A full program of ei tei ment has been prepare d. C man of the affair is Carl I ner, assisted by Henry Green a: e : Jack Ehrlich. Reservations may I e ma< i %  lending $5.00 to the' league or by calling Gardner at 5-34(13 Aii members and their frien in\ ited. Masada Swim Dance To Benefit Israel A gala I 1):,;,' swim-dan enefil I tl tal I I by the M B la Young Ai 1 will be held on Sunday, July 4, • p.m. at 1 can hotel, Miami Beach. Chairman of th Florence Abran ket ehairlan, M M : postrman, Abe s> pub!:. man. It k |l. SmallM'i-s To Ail


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PAGE EIGHT +Jelst ncrkflar FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1 948 Personally Speaking... Mrs. Harold B. Spaet flew to Syracuse Tuesday to visit her mother and brother there. Judge Spaet is expected to join her in New York Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff are leav'ng Sunday for the West Coast, via New York. Plans are to visit Mrs. Malakoff's mother in Seattle, Washington, where they will leave their daughter to enter Reed College in the fall. The Malakoff's will return about August 15. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter and Mrs. Sally Gardner left Monday for a motor trip to Los Angeles. They will be gone four months. Leaving by motor Tuesday for a trip north through New York and Maryland were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman, and their daughter Esther. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes and daughter, Barbara Ann, of M ami Beach are leaving for an extended South American cruise. Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer left Sunday for New York to visit his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Josepher Kelemer in Boro Park, Brooklyn. They will attend the National Zionist convention in Pittsburgh, to which the cantor is a delegate from the Beach district. After that Cantor Kelemer plans to take a special course in liturgical music at Hebrew Union college, Cincinnati, and then attend the Brandeis Camp for Dance and Music in Santa Susana, Calif. -* Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger and family left Tuesday for Passaic, N. J., to attend the wedding of their son, Irwin, to Miss Irene Feinberg of that city. The wedding will take place July 4 in Temple Emanu-El. After an extended honeymoon, the couple will make their home at 2145 S.W. 14th St. -* Ruth Brotman, member of the Canadian Women's Press club and the Canadian Authors association, is flying to Montreal for a reunion in the Laurentian mountains, Quebec. She will be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. N. Brotman, who has spent the winter with her at Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaplan and son. Mickey, have left Miami Beach for the smmer. Mickey will be at Camp Summit Lake, Stroudsburg, Pa., while his parents travel into Canada, the New England states and various cities in the East. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero of 1045 Euclid Ave., M ami Beach, left for the North to visit their children in New York and Connecticut. They plan to return the early part of September. Mrs. Herbert Scher and sons, Stanley and Frederick, are attending a family reunion and several weddings in Louisville, Ky. They left Miami last Thursday. Frederick was recently graduated from Miami High school, sixth in his class. He was the only speaker at commencement. -* -* Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans have left for a three weeks vacation. They plan to tour Georgia and Florida and then continue to Virginia Beach where they will be the guests of the President's convention of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Following the convention, the Ganses will go to Black Mountain, N. C. + Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin attended the wedding of the r son, Joseph, to Miss Harriet Freed in Minneapolis, June 20. After the wedding the Bulbins drove through Wisconsin and Chicago and will visit their son, Fred in Virgin.a before returning home the first week in July. Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips have left Miami with plans for a three-month trip around the world visiting Honolulu, China, Japan. India, Egypt, Italy and France. Before boarding the S.S. President Polk in San Francisco they intend to travel through the North and visit in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Venetzky of 2110 S.W. 14th Terr, have left for a four months vacation. They will visit relatives in New York and Middle Village and spend the rest of the summer at Monticello, N. Y. •* Mrs. Leon Lieberman is in Newark, N. J., spending the summer with her family. While there she will take several courses at the Stale Teachers college. Mr. Lieberman is to join her in six weeks and they will motor back to Miami late in Auqusi. Sidney Palmer "and his daughter and son, Elane and Morton, left Sunday for two weeks in New York. On their return trip they will stop in Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg of 1530 West Ave., Miami Beach, are leaving Sunday for New York to visit relatives. They will attend the Zionist convention in Pittsburgh in July, and take a trip West before returning in the fall. All correspondence to the Jewish National Fund for Mr. Goldberg are referred during his absence to Dr. Lipkind at 944 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. M Miss Gloria Goodman was honored at a "Sweet 16" birthday party recently on the roof of the Atlantis hotel. The party was given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Goodman of 1530 West Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Badanes, Ferdinand Phillips Exchange Vows United in marriage by a double ring ceremony Sunday, June 20. .,t the Garden restaurant, were Miss Bernyce Rita Badanes and Ferdinand Phillips. Their garden wedding was performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro under a canopy of white gladioli Fogels Spend Summer At Wisconsin University Under an ar*ch of palms and ferns studded wUh white flowers. Miss Yvette Jewel Margulies and Benjamin Fogel were united June 15 in the Caribbean hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro pronounced the nuptial rites of the candlelight ceremony, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney SMargulies of 1837 S.W. 14th St. chose Miss Florence Feldman as maid of honor. Ben Cohn, uncle of the bride, served as best man. A dinner in the hotel for the wedding guests followed the ceremonies. Now on a 10-day trip to Madison. Wisconsin, the newlyweds plan to attend the University of Wisconsin over the summer. Upon their return they will reside at 2161 S.W. 14th TenMrs. Fogel, a graduate of Miami Senior High school and Beth David Talmud Torah. attended Northwestern university and the University of Miami. She is secretary-treasurer of Habonim, secretary of Poale Zion and a past vuv prtsident of Dorothy Bornstein Girls of B'nai B'rith. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Moily Fogel of Lakewood. N. Y.. m a graduate of Bronx High school of science and will be a senior at the University. Mrs. Benjamin Fugcl David IMinkrrs Reside At Beach Following their honeymoon at the Hyde Park hotel, David Mrs. Ferdinand Phillips and fern surrounded by palms. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, a long friend of the groom's family, delivered the benediction. Given in marriage by her lather, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes of 126 S.W. 9th Ave. was attended by her sister. Miss Florence Badanes. as maid of honor. Mr. Phillips, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Phillips. 1023 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, chose as best man, his uncle, Norman Mervis. Miss Adrienne Atkins, niece of the bride, kept the guest book. Dinner in the ristaurant for v idding guests followed the cerei> onies. A graduate of Miami Senior High school. Mis. Phillips attended the University of Miami. Mr. Phillips attended schools inCin< inr.atti and served four and one-half years overseas with the Army Air Force Transport Com\ man'J Sholom before Rabbi Leon I ish. Of particular note was I that the bride, a popular local 4>soprano, was soloist at the wielding. Musical background was supplied by Hy Fried at the organ. A catered buffet din the temple followed t monies. Mrs. Drucker chose Mrs. Milton Grusmark as matron of honor. Ted Nelson, brother i bride served as best man. included Irwin Kott. I.< Weinstein, Martin Greenbaum, Milton Grusmark and Donald Nelson. A recent graduate of the University of Miami, the formei Miss Nelson also attended Curtis I stitute of Music in PhilaciThe groom is now studying law rt tlie university. He was charged with the rank of i in the Maiine Corps aft' years service. Mrs. David Drucker Drucker and his bride of May 29, the former Miss Judith R. Nelson, are residing at 7723 Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami Beach. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nelson of 1320 Michigan Ave. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Drucker, 536 Lincoln Rd., all of Miami Beach, exchanged vows in Temple Beth Martin Lundy, Bride Honeymoon In Carolinas Now honeymooning in the Carolinas are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lundy. newlyweds of las' Sunday who exchanged vows in the Atlantis hotel. Rabbi Irving Lchrman pronounced the candlelight nuptial rites. The former Miss Marilyn Eisenlerg. daughter of Mr. and Mis. Irving Eisenberg, 836 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, chose her sister, Miss Tina Eisenbei g as maid of honor and an aunt. Mis. Gertrude Mandel, matron of honor. Also attending her were another sister. Joyce, and Miss Shirley Wolf, bridemaids. Jerry Lundy served as best nr.n for his brother, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lundy, 1329 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Ushers included Arthur Bookbinder, Seymour Gladstone and Joey Lundy, cousin of the bridegroom. • Mrt. Martin Lundy CATERING "KOSHER STYLE" by "STRAUSS" Excellent Jewish Catering at Leading Hotels Synagogue* Private Homes Weddings • Bar Mitzvas Banquets • Dinners Sweet Table Bufietts ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS "No extra charge for use of Banquet Room for Wedding Ceremony when using our Catering Service." George L. Strauss Exclusive Jewish Catering Moderate Prices 540 West Ave. 5-4450 MIAMI BEACH



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FRIDAY. JUNE 25, 1948 *Jiri(ftor) llabbi Lehrman l'iiiin. and Mrs. Hy Fried served inist and soloist, respectively. .ling the small double i mony was a reception Worth home, attended by than 100 friends of the Miss Beverly Raphael Delta Pi, national Spanish hon >r %  ty. she ia mem: er <>f the Clara Hirsch Landau chapti r til B'I ai B'i it and vice of the Mian Bi unit ol Junior Hadassah ol which was reci • tly cl • sen donor work on sevi ral I tinian projects. A for • r .Miami Smior High sc! ""l student, Mr. Soltz is now a senior ai thi Univi rsity of Miami w M. % %  n i ring in business administration. During the war he served in the United st ites Signal C< %'years. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Sarah Braemai and Dr. el Finkelstein, New Y t; I Levinsoi Havana, Cul a; M s Henrietta Mendelsohn, Detroit. General hospital. + A Bris was held for Sidney Allan Pepper Sunday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper, born May 29 in Jackson Memorial hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated in the home of the parents, 1600 S.W. 16th Ave. A daughter, Lynn Susan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Marks of 7740 Tatum Waterway Dr., Miami Beach, on May 29. John Wolford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Asaltman of 655 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, was born June 2. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday with a party for friends and relatives. Mrs. Rose Komoroff of 1612 S.W. 11th St. is now visiting her sons, Irving and Samuel, and their families, in New York City. She is expected back the middle of July. GLAZING • CLEANING • REPAIRING • REMODELING %. u ratine's SansAvtt 70sAiO*J MAID RITE CARPET SWEEPER Unusual value! Regularly $5.95 $3.77 You'll marvel at the sturdy pit k-up action of this modern per! Efficient bristle brush picks up with one stroke. tomely designed in bright ne with black trim. Finished with rubber bumper and lever for cleaning pan. Special includes handle. MOTH-MASTER MOTH NUGGETS— 100^ pure Paradirobenzine kills moths in I order! Pleasant odor quickly vanishes from clothing after hanging. 3-pound package $1.59 5-pound package $2.59 Burdine'a. Miami. Houaewaraa. Fifth Floor AI*o at Ft Laudardala Former Miamian Wed In New York Ceremony KOSHER SALAMI CORNED BRISKETS HEBREW NATIONAL Mrs. Arnold Abram Lillian Betty C hn daughter of Mr. and Mrs A S Miss S S 1 15 Merldia, Ave ^iVach, became Mrs Ai Abrams at ceremonies Sunday in Temple ferae Nw *ort City. Abram* is %  • ;'. and Mrs. S. I. Abrams, Wood haven. L. I TernFollowing dinner in the Tern Now Flushii g. A graduate of the Staff Abrams former Mr. corps, Marine City College veteran of graduated York. was of New from EPPESS ESSEN 79c lb. 98c lb. PICKLED TONGUE 6 9c lb. FRANKFURTERS 9c lb PASTRAMI 1 l 8,b ~ WE HAVE COCKTAIL FRANKS All Products Received From Nationally Known Chicago and New York Firms Retail at WJhohiah. ?Jucu! AT THESE PRICES CASH AND CARRY ONLY! KENSINGTON MEAT CORP. 10 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Phcne 5-7296



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. J AGE TEN *Jenisti ncridian FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 19 48 Record Number Appealing To State Welfare Board With an unprecedented number of Aid to Dependent Children applications continuing to be received, the State Welfare Board has found it necessary to take immediate action changing its policies so that every resource within the family group be used in order to stay within funds appropriated until the next session of the legislature. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of District 9 Welfare Board was advised by Emmet Safay. chairman of the State Welfare Board. It was further stated that the present high cost of living, which is having a disastrous effect upon persons with limited or no income, is causing many families to seek assistance from the State Welfare Board as the only n-. of providing the bare necessities of life. As a result of the large number of applications being approved for Aid to Dependent Children, more than 18,000 families would be placed on the rolls during the month of June. This is the maximum number which can be carried during the next fiscal yeai at the present avi grant "Under the circumstances the State Welfare Board found it necessary to either further restrict its eligibility requirements relating to parental support and care or wit:.:.old approving any more applications regardless of r.eed." Mr. Safay stated. "The board recognizes the fact that the present average grant will not meet one hundred per cent of the minimum need of Aid to Dependent Children families, and for this reason first consideration should hence-forth be given to families that have little or no available resources." Mr. Safay concluded. Eban Israeli Representative To UN; Youngest Delegate Of Youngest State Youngest delegate at the United Nations and representative of the youngest state in the world is the double distinction held by Aubrey S. Eban. representative of the provisional government of Israel at Lake Sueii>Born in Capetown. South Africa, 33 years ago. Mr. Eban wis educated at Cambridge University, England, where he graduated with triple first class honors and became a faculty member for research in Arabic and Persian literature. During the war he served with the British forces a.an in fantry officer and in 1941 becam< a political officer attached to General Headquarters, Cairo, for service in Palestine. On demobilization he continued to reside in Jerusalem as chiel instructor of the Middle East Ci n tie of Arabic Studies established for training administrators and diplomats for Near Eastern service. In 1942, he toured the Arab part of Palestine lecturing in Arabic at Nablus. Jcnin and Nazareth to win support for the Allied cause. In 1946. he accepted Dr. Chaim Wcizmann's invitation to join \. e service of the Jewish Agency in which his work was devoted largely to the study of Arab-Jewish relations. Since the Palestine problem came before the United Nations, he has been one of the Jewish representatives at the international forum, serving as official liaison officer with UNSCOP in Palestine and Geneva, and with the UN Palestine Commission at Lake Success. He has assisted Dr. Hillel Silver and Moshe Shertok in the preparation of the Jewish case before the General Assembly and the Security Council. Mr. Eban is the author of numerous writings on Near Eastern affairs including studies in modern Arabic literature, social and cultural problems of the .Near East, and Arab-Jewish relations. He recently pubh.-hed the fust English translation of an Arabic novel by the Egyptian writer Tewfik al Hakim, and is clue to publish a "Middle East in World Politics Richard Tucker, one of the leading tenors with the Metropolitan Opera Company, has been signed by Paramount on a one| picture deal. He'll make a musical for Paramount with the company holding options to renew. Tucker was auditioned and ticketed during the Met's recent engagement series in Los Angeles. Incidentally, he's a brother-inlaw to Jan Peerce, another wellknown Met star. book on the Author-Cartoonist To Address Levin Lodge Noted cartoonist. Leonard Sansone. author of "The Wolf," a popular wartime cartoon, will dime the program of entertainment at a member dinner sponsored by Isaac Levin lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Thursday, July 1. 7:30 p.:r... at Harvey's Restaurant. I7.l Biscayne Blvd. Sansonc is i give a "chalk-talk." illustrating comic-cartoon situations. • ..nnual dinner has been planned for the members of the lodgi ttee headed by Martin Rot i. He will be assisted by Donald Luiiett, vice president, Paul Giassel. Steve Davis. Stanley .ind Morton Perry. Christians, Jews Council Meets In Switzerland Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. president, and Dr. Henry Noble Mai Cracken. co-chairman of the International Council of Christians and Jews, sailed for Europe on the Mauretania Friday to attend the International Summer Conterence at Fribourg. Switzerland, it was announced here today at the office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The International Council is working in Germany, France, Switzerland. England, Italy, Denmark, Sweden. Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. Plans are under way for incorporating education in intergroup relations in the school programs of many of these countries. 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P^nA Y. IUNE 25. 1948 MrS Stanley C. Myers, of Mimj has been appointed a rr.em;'.'„, committee formed by the Welfare Board at a meeting Saturday. The group ill study way of strengthening *-Je*ricfkn thi program of the board. A Bronze Star for "heroic achievement" has been awarded MSthumously to 2nd Lt. Nathan \ Ail/, son of Dr. and Mrs. Samu.1 Aronovitz, 3922 Garden Avi I.I. Aronovitz. who was yiled in action in 1945 in German) was a forward observer with the field artillery. nses to practice pharmacy jn Florida have been granted to Samuel W. Rosenblatt, of Opa and Joseph Cohen, of Miami. The American Jewish Adventure (C*i\nt 1 >i tnr\ t'..... n. .... *** PAGE ELEVEN Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenbaum. 3414 Prairie Ave., were hosts Saturday to 500 guests, gathered in of the members of the Ala: maceutical Association. ,ing feted in this ares the S mtheast Florida Phai ... al Association. 'Continued from Page 3 Lock at mo Jewish Centei ,i its functioning I est. It pn outlets for at' letics and n tion. It provides wholesome environment for social contact tx tween voung .Jews and Jewesses It builds club leadership in mutual discussion and in the interplay of mind upon mind, lonely and urbanized individual Jews achieve a sense of status and of purpose within able circle of a club There o nerges the leadership and followership essential to every social fom and pattern. Through group work i ere emei ges a desiral le competition for status, competition in and in dramatics, the harmless expression of the ego-drives sublimated rather than primitive and violent. And out of that group togetherness then emerges wiii 111 and an intimati sense of happiness, of shared experience, of value, for the young Jew ai d the older Jew alike. Sometimes I think that we • ipy and a I I e the J. w and the di ol Centei antidote to personalization \ : 83 year record of Massatts Institute of Technology I assed this year when Samuel Levin, of 1448 ia Ave., graduated with a straight A in his grades. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Levin, owners of the Penn Pharmacy, will start work khaven National Laboratory, doing research in atomic em I — occurring in the many of our voung 11 and Jewi • eel thai they belong nowhi cared for by no oni Mak( no mistake about it! : ; %  %  ii •: ountry the manageare experiencing maladjustment ub, a forum, '" ,n,lr Jewishness every day. e pattern of fee lmg thi ting the bread of thi • %  witl I el itterl An erii ai Jev their daily task! H it an ii finit and fatigui they : : : as th >u'4h %  N %  • thi J w ho on principle do not v.. at home any Jewishly speaking Thi i „ • %  • their maladjustments. Thi happy in lienation. Son if thi •• ed by a and ti I individuals, and where they can achieve the dignity of inti rwovenness, the possibilities of new ego status, and through retion and informal Jewish education transform themselvi s from minimal and marginal Jews into potentially valuable creal ol a new and rich American Jev: ish community life in this country. The Jewish Center is an agency, in my judgment of integration, personality development, group healing: an instrument for the attainment of physical, recreational and educational healthy mindedness as American Time for Spiritual Offensive The sociological need for escape froi alonenes %  it the pn requisites for Jewish sanity in the future. There is an ible need for spiritual affirmation which the J> • quipped to give and | should not attempt to give, but] h the synagogue must pro-, vide i • ime has come for us in \ I to take the spiritual offensive—to assert that our.' tmeSS has profound el and intelleetural significance not only for ourselves but for all of humanity. (To Be Continued Next Week) Sometimes I think that wi American Jews have been ab .. lately blind and deal, psycho ar( logically speaking. We have ... I ... an .,„. jv sufficiently unde tood that I Jew needs outlet for I is play stincts as well as for a other., superb ro i e in bringing West Miami Center Announces Plans Officers of the West Miami Center, newly organized in the west area of Miami, [arry Klein, president; Tildc-n Corenblum, vice president; .. Fisher, recording secreHenrietta Randall, corresponding secretary; and Steven %  treasurer, board of directors include I layer, Irma Papier, Ruth 1., ... Morton M. Beigel, Mati: Slepin and Milton Brand. organization has created a building fund and anticipates a ership of 50 within the next Charter members will inall those joining by June 30. of the new center include u religious school to be opened ptember, purchase of land instruction of a synagogueScope of the organization includes charitable) religious and cultural projects. achievements. Recreation is by no means to be despised, I down upon, regarded as u:.important or superfluous. Two ol the distinguishe I psychoan of our time, Karl Menningei ol Topeka. and Franz Alexander o Chicago, have both pointed out that where men and women do not know how to play they als do not know how to work and non-neurotically. BlesLec 1 Relief As a matter of fact, when w engage in athletic competiti participate in dramatics, in in some outlet for our non-utili tarian impulses, we at tl i time find a blessed n much of the hostility and thi anger which is bottled up v us bv our highly competitivi often frustrating industrial civilj ization. We find in play and rej creation a salve [or the wounds inflicted upon our minds and oui hearts in the outer '.v.. rid Wi find ourselves ii a permissive environment, no longer judged I y the time dork of emploj of efficiei The Jewisl C nter can bring wisdom and psychic health I feeling ol significant beloi ess to hundreds of thousan Jews all over the country in the fields both ol recn itioi and ol inform il Jewish education. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewisti ncrkUnn FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1948 Federation Names Executive, Budget Committees Names of the membership of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's executive committee and budget committee for the year ending in May. 1949, were made public yesterday by Jacob Sher, president of the Federation. The executive committee, named at a special meeting of the board of governors on June 10, consists of: Jack Albin, Sam Blank, George Chertkof, Dorothy Fink, Moses Ginsberg. E. Max Goldstein. Abe Goodman, Leon Kaplan. M. J. Kopelowitz. Sidney Lefcourt. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Ben Meyers. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz. David Phillips, Samuel Rivkind, Herbert Schrr. Monte Selig, Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Jacob Sher. Wm. D. Singer. Joseph P. Stein. Carl Weinkle, and Rabbi Colman Zwitman. On the budget committee. chosen at the same meeting of the board, are: Dr. David Andron. I-eo Chaikin, Charles H. Cohen. Dr. Frank Coret. Mrs. Max Dobrin. Joseph Duntov. Dr. Stanley Frehling, Maurice Furman, Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Sholom Party At Robert Richter Mi's. Bessie Nelson Mrs. Bessie Nelson, chairman of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood splash party to be held Tuesday evening. June 29, at the Robert Richter hotel, beginning 3:30 p.m. She is being assisted by Mrs. Belle Goldstrich and Mrs. Rose Weinstock. in arranging music, swimming contests, entertainment and an auction sale of both valuable and amusing gifts. Sunny Kay, comedian from the Samuel Goldman, Stuart Gordon. I Balkan room of the Atlantis, will Lawrence Levensor.. Dr. Louis Lytton. Max Meisel, Harry Rabe. Morton Russack, Samuel T. Sapiro. I. S. Shapoff. Alfred Stone and Louis Wolfe. President Sher also arnounced the appointment of the following committee chairmen: budget. Max Meisel; collections, M. J. Kopelowitz: campaign planning. Stanley C. Myers and publicity, Mrs. Dorothy Fink. The next meeting of Federation's executive committee will be held Thursday, July 8. beginning at 3:30 p.m. at Federation headquarters. Principal business of the meeting will bo election of a nominating committee and official announcement of all committee appointments. feature the evening's program. Proceeds of the affair will go towards the support of the Temple religious school. Temple Isaiah Hears Dr. Andrew Gottschall Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall will he guest speaker at the Friday evening services of Temple Isaiah tonight, according to an announcement by Harold Shapiro, presid< nt of the new congregation and chairman of the board of directors. Subject of his address is to be "I Confess." In the absence of Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader of the temple who is attending a convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis in Kansas City, Missouri, Richard Hirsch, a student at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnatti, will cona-ict services. Tonight's service will begin a' 8:15 p.m. at 4925 Collins Ave. Miami Beach. The public is invited. Zionist District In Coral Gables Another link was added to the hain of the Zionist Organization of America in the Greater Miami area this week with the creation of a new district organized in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk. 1414 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables, er and3iShepard Broad was guest speaker and Harold Shapiro presided. Both are Miami Beach district members. Also present from the Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fishman and Mrs. Broad. The following officers were elected: president, Sol Sanders: vice president, Morris Enzer; secretary. Sheldon Lelchuk, and treasurer. Lester Toloff. Jewish residents of Coral Gables ind adjoining areas are urged to 'omc to future meetings. Interested parties mav call Sheldon Lelchuk, secretary, 4-3840, to have their name placed on the -nailing list so that notices of meetings and activities can be 'orwarded. Orthodox Sisterhood Schedules Boatride Members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood have planned a moonlight cruise to begin at Pier 6 of the Miami Yacht Basin Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m According to Mrs. Charles Stahl. president of the sponsoring group, the ride is to be aboard the yacht Seminole Queen II and will include dancing and entertainment. Proceeds of the evening are to benefit the congregation building fund. iiiiiiiiiiiiiinii'iiir"i!:iii!iiiiiiiiiir DRAPERY CORNICES i CUSTOM MADE SEVERAL STYLES AND WIDTHS | PHONE -18 OJV-i R I T E W A Y VENETIAN BLIND CO Sholem Luncheon Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney. will be guest speaker at the weekly luncheon of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith, this afternoon at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club Seybold Arcade. Subject of his address will be "A Discussion of the Recall." YIS Meets Tuesday You-g Israel synagogue group will meet Tuesday night in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Martin Genet, presiding officer of the monthly Zionist area meetings in Beth Jacob, will address the group. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Bervicea Friday evening al 8:15 p.m. in thiabsence of Rabbi Raab, Richard Hirsch win conduct the services. <;uet speaker, I>r Andrew \V. QottSchall, will address the congregation on the .subject "l Confess." Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at Bits' p.m. Rabbi Bwltman will conduct services, Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at 8:00. Speaker to be announced. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evenlna service at IMS, Saturday morning service ;it M Bar Hltsvaha of Harry, son of .Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bailey; Oeorge, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Romei and Bernard, son Of Mr. and Mrs Sam Sacks Rabbi Mescheloff trill address the conflrmands. Mlncha at 6:45. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week Bummer sessions of the Rellclc.us School from 10 a.m. to l p.m. Registration now in progress. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Baclcovsky. Friday evening services M.": Saturday mornliiK at 8:30 I m. Mlncha at G:3 p.m. Maariv at 7:15. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at t 1.".. Saturday morning at !> a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Mlncha at 6 p.m. followed by snalos Seudos. Rabbi i;i speak on "Ethics of Our Fathers." Hebrew school 9 a.m. till IS noon. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at | |g Saturday at 9 a.m. Mar MitSVah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwartz, and Robert Fisher, son of Mrs. F Bernstein Mlncha at 6 : .io p.m, followed by Sllalos Seudos CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday evening at 6::. p.m Sabbath services at v.in a tn. Registration for summer Hebrew school a .<• a in. M..n.lav. Class dally, Monla> through Thursday, :• a.m. to i Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 8:30, Saturday morning service t •• R rn, ''abb! I.chrnian will preach on the Weekly Portion ..f the Law. Hebrew reltrloti* school '.• to \? noon, Jewish Community Center. 7020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabb : Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at R;1S %  tahbl Kaufman "ill address the eonregatlon, Saturday services at in i.m. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi T .eon Kronish; Cantor Kelemer. Friday evening service at ii p.m. Organizational committee of Temple Isaiah, the new Reform Jewish congregation of Miami Beach, is shown at the signing of their charter, June 8. Left to right are Attorney Alfred Kreisler vice president; Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader; Circuit Judge Marshall C. Wisehart: Attorney Harold Shapiro, president; Richard Goodman, treasurer; and Dr. Seymour Kreisler. secretary. Samuel Mizrachi Parties Benefit Israel A total of $135 was raised by Tnmara chapter of Mizrachi Women, for aid to children in Palestine, at the groups recent swim dance and barbecue held at the home of Mrs. T. B. Landesman. Miami Beam. Mrs. Charles Turk is president of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs of 2320 S.W. 25th St.. were hosts at a card party sponsored recently bv the Miami chapter, Mizrachi organization. Entire proceeds of $136 was sent to Ha ganah. HELP WANTED FEMALE TYPIST EXPERT — EXPERIENCED ABLE TO PASS TYPING EXAMINATION FOR SPEED AND ACCURACY LINCOLN ROAD LOCATION 35 HOURS WEEKLY—$35.00 WRITE D. R. C/O P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 Westview Obtains 177 Acres For Country Club Westview Country club has purchased a 177-acre property from Louis Krensky and David Phillips to he developed into a private club, located at N.W. 27th Ave. and Gratigny road. Officials of the organization have stated that they hope to have the golf course and clubhouse ready for use bv Jan. 1. A. A. Ungar is president of t .• Westview club and other officers are Mitchell Wolfson. vice president; Joe Weintraub, secretary: Leonard Ahess, treasurer. Members of the boacd of directors are William Taradash. Sidney Meyer, Alvin Grief, Herbert Stoiner. Harold Landfie'd. Hal Pelton, Arthur Friedman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Jack Ablin. Mor many years a "ghost" golf course, the old Golf Park Country club is considered to have one of the finest club buildings in the country, and included on the grounds are a swimming pool, cabanas and tennis courts. Plans for the new club include addition of stables and bridle oaths, use of 100.000 feel of top soil to improve the golf course which is to have seven water holes, and expansion of the al-1 ready "lavish" facilities so that j the' terrazo dance patio will accommodate 500 couples. Edwin Friedman, with Maurice j Connel and associates, will he the engineers on the golf projeel Ross Sobel. who lias resigned his post at the Grossinger, N. Y Country dub for the new connection, will be the golf professional. Morris Berick of the law firm \ of Berick and Shapiro handled the transaction for the sellers. J. Alex Malloy. manager of Oscar E. Dooley firm, was the broker. Summertime FROCKS Yes. we are out of the high rent area, which accounts jor the moderately priced Dresses our shop displays. The selection is surprisingly large. Why not nsit Ethel. ETHELEIN MESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. Jewish Actor Gives Second Performance For his second appearance m Greater Miami, Max Romberg, popular Jewish actor from New York, and company will i Sholom Aleichem's comedy "Der Yidd Fun Kasrilowke" S c-vening in the Miami Work circle lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. The program begins at Following a similar perl inco a few weeks ago at leach WC lyceum, l program include s otl ei from Sholom Aleichem, I Pinski, Osip Dimow ami • • Selections of Jewish Folk will also be given. Rom! erg. who has I > %  in n any coast-to-coast a d continental stage tours, is acclaimed by many for the authenticity of his character delineat: Tickets for $1.00, including tax. may be purchased at thi WITHOUT A DOUBT This is the best buy in Miami! —if you want a beaut ful CBS Home—completely furnished— tile throughout—with 2 bungalows in rear that rent year round—close to Shul. kosher markets and schools. Total price only $24.000— Half Cash CALL SHIFF Exclusive with RAY ZII:


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FRIDAY JUNE 25, 1948 *lt*Ut n, ririftm Hebrew Academy Observes Firsi Anniversary PAGE THIRTEEN By SKI.MA THOMPSON fewj Floridian Staff Writer ... v one year ago the Hc; v Academy launched its umn of education in the Miami community. A lifl an integral part of this same culum, modern Hebrew is taught as a living spoken lan• •'•• literature, past Shapiro Substitutes For Rabbi Raab Harold Shapiro, president of Temple Isaiah congregation, will be heard on the "Living Synagogue" program tomorrow morncontemporary Jewish history; ing in the absence of Rabbi David Raab Subject of Shapiro's address will be "Temple Isaiah—A Guiding Light." The program is heard every Saturday at 9:15 a.m. over station WINZ. Hebrew music and art; meaning, symbolism, ethics and traditions of the Jewish faith, as well as Below: Students of the Academy find beauty and inspiration, not only in the secular and American adventures in education, but also in the ageless texts and truths of modern and ancient Jewish culture. LEGAL NOTICE of public spirited citizens signaled this event they purchased a threesi tructure located at 918 6th Si iami Beach, to become the of this first all-day acain the South-Eastern region of the United States. ing the summer months of extensive alteration and lion program was un: to produce what has n bee ime one of the most rid well-equipped school ires in this entire area. he many newly and fully facilities of the Hebrew are—large airy classfive days a week. Monday through Friday, and only during the regular normal school hours with no after-school !!• sions or Sunday school. This year, the H tdemy has offered elementary classes in the 1st, 2nd. 3rd and 4th In September 1948, the higher classes in the 5th and 6th will be added to the school organization. There are also kindergarten groups for children of ages 4 to 5'j years In addition to an expert and licensed faculty of educators, and maximum compliance with the Hoard of Education requirements study of the Bible. Mishnah and commentaries. Among the extra curricular activities of the academy are the newspaper pubn "The Echo" written, composed and produced by the student? of the academy, as well as many dramatic musical performances presented by the children of the academv. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW N"11.'K IS HEREBY QIVEN that %  %  •• undersigned, desiring to engage in II mder ih.fictitious name of • and Pood Market at 1158 "i tvenue, Miami. Florida. InItei saw name with the %  %  %  the '• in c< irt ol Dade 1 ounty, Florid i DAVE I.OWY HBNRY KNEI8ST. ALEXANDER HOLD Partner* *'". unman and Kaplan \'tornys for Applicants i T 2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE NO'l ICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW NOTIfE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thi> undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Florida Maid Lingerie at l.angfnrd Building. Miami, Pla Intend to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HERMAN KAOAN MARTIN W VOQBL BURNETT Hi'Til attorney for Florida Maid Lingerie 6/4-11-18-2.'. 7 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that •h undersigned, desiring to engage in u( ness undei the fictitious name of [ERRV9 RJI PHARMACY at 22.17 S W, 22nd Street, Miami. Florida. Into register said name with the of :hCircuit Curt of I hide ty Florida A I MNEI.ZI VVASMAN, SILVER ,v RAKOWTTZ I ilicant %  : 8-8 II ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OP Till" MTii JCDHMAL CIRCI'IT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO, 117487. LENA OARRITY. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES II <;.\RR1TY, Defendant YOU, JAMES H. OARRITY, 105 North Oeddes street. Syracuse, New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Diver, ••. on or before July 3. 1948, or a decree pro confeaso will be entered against vou. DATED: June i, 1918. i: B i.BATH HUMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Curt Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. Waaman, Silver and Sakowltz Attorneys for Plai tlfl Suite MS Beybold Building Miami, Florida 6,'4-ll-18-2r 7/2 Music Appreciation hour 400 seat auditorium with of Dade county ically equipped stage, outplayground, library and r i ,ni, a professional arts fl) room, clinic and din. ,md kitchen. Hebrew Academy was esfor the purpose of an integrated and com. %  education synthesizgressive American and r training with intensive studies. The academy, a ; ational all-day school, is I now by over 100 boys and girls from some of the most niative families in our „f Florida, the Hebrew Academy has adopted pr igressive standaids and methodology in it proach and presentation of modern education. A complete integration of all studies has made ible the establ shment of i full and Inclusive educational program which offers to the children of Mi mi B. ch and M not onlj eve y subject ottered in schools, but and public courses in music, preciation, manual and ex sional arts, nature study, "Hymie Sez" Saludos Amigos! Here I am still in the land of the beautifu". senoritas—and not only the senoritas here are lovely—wait till you see the tropical flowers and plants that will be on sale soon at The Little Tigers Flowei Shop—when you want something rent, remember, you'll be able to get it at 1438 Drexel Avenue. "HYMIE SEZ" In the meantime—for summer Iflowers you can't beat our White and Yellow Daisies—$1.50 a bunch—or our Blue Iris at S1.51 a dozen. Carnations this week are SI.25 a dozen—Roses still SI.50 Corsages from 75c up — those gorgeous orchid ones at $3.00 and S3.50. "HYMIE SEZ" Just a few of those Dish Gardens left at $2.00—you know the ones I mean—the specials" that usually sell for $5.00. Ideal for thai friend in the hospital—for a housewarming gift—and perfect for that new bride when shi starts housekeeping. "HYMIE SEZ" Guess you've heard about our SPECIAL OCCASION serviceTakes the worry out of remem bering friends and family on their (days and anniversaries—all vou have to do is give us the dates and the amount you wish to spend—we'll send NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COt'RT, DADE COUNTY, FI.ORIDA.-Nn. 1M38. ::': ESTATE OF BLANCHE II ROSENDORF, Deceasi d NOTICE la h.r.!;. given that we filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Exeeutors the estate of BLANCHE B ROSENDORF deceased; and that !" the 26th rtav of July, 1948, "111 apply to the Honorable W, P, BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, f ll of said final report ml '..r final discharge as Executors ,f th Gstati • BLANCHE B •'.' iSENDORP, d ased. %  .! :•;.-. 1948 MILTON .-' B1NSWANOER and HOWARD S ROSENDORF. as Executors of the Estate of Blanche H Rnsendorf, Deceased VK A ABB" iTT %  for Executors %  -. : j i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage In -s under the fictitious name ,.f %  ii Rate at 501 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Pla Intends t.. res ster -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants '..'28 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of North West Cut Rate Liquor Store at 1053 N. W. 79th Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said namo with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAMUEL BTERN Sole Owner 6/11-18-2', 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the tinderslgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Modern Upholsterer and Decorators Supplies at 3322 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intends to register sa!,l name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX DROSSIN Sol,, Owner 5/28 6'4-ll-ll-23 inity. It offers classes only'and science. out the c :, P" flowers with your greeting card. \V,il also take good care of your STANDING ORDERS at i prices, of course-Your sweetheart will love to receive a lge ,. V ery week for that Saturday night date-and you married men-to make your wife 'happv-wnd her a bouquet of cut flowers once a week-or one. i a month. Mother loves flowers, t oo-especially when her son rei members to send them, *ou don to come in to place you orders-just give us a ring at 58-9151-we'U do the rest. "HYMIE SEZ" We've seen lots of our friends ,„ ytUe Tigers Flower Shop but v.,.'11 always be glad to welcome new ones. Come in at 1438 Drexel Avenue forget our phone 58-9151. Adv. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that inderslgned, desiring to engage In -s under the fictitious name of The Dude dun at 700 N. E 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to regls%  -., d name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, FRANCES J. ToWT Stole i >w • er IS-83 : :'-9-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of %  :ib:ir Pood Distributors at 2333 N.E Miami Court. Miami. Florida. Intend I register said name with the Clerk if th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARVEY ERSHOWSKY ARTHUR SCHAAP Welnsteln. Welnsteln & Welnsteln \ttorneya for Applicants I 18-33 7 .-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undei-Igned. desiring to engage In -s under the fictitious name of People's Meat Supply nt 2323 N E. Miami Court, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said nsme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARVEY ERSHOWSKY ARTHUR SCHAAP Partners Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. ', 2S 6/1-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sister and Brother Togs ut 49 N. E 1st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to : %  said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants i'28 6'4-U-lS-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that the undersigned, desiring to engage In M under the fictitious name of lumoo sandwich Company at 12 8. W 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk ,f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida PEN KIRSCHNF.lt LILLIAN KIRSCHNER 8/18-25 7 2-9-16 Manual and Expressional Arls and see us —and don't number — NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCFIT COCRT OF Till. ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCFIT OF FI/ORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COITNTT. — IN CHANCERT. No. CLAIRE F. SILVERS. Plaintiff, vs. MURRAY SILVERS. Defendant. TO: MURRAY SILVERS K Hazel Street Hrooklvn New York y^r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been Instituted anlnat vou. and you are hereby re. u „,.,l to file therein r^ff^*S w answer on or before .Jul> • "l Ih erwlse the •M"? B J ,, K ~" bl will be taken %  •.•^M^'.Jff 1 ^JthiS E''R^.FATy.ERNiAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) p f oOOIft Deputy Clerk. M\RX M. FEINBRRO Attorney for Plaintiff 11 Congress Building Miami. Florida 6/18-26 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A! >'. Cole. Sales Promotions at 121f, Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AL S. COHEN Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 'ongreaa iiuildlng U I l-ll-l ( '-25 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KliORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No, In" Re': ESTATE OF MORRIS 8. RUBIN also known as M. S. RUBIN, I tec,-ased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you. are hereby notifi.-d and required to present any claims and demands which you, pr either of vou, may have against the estate "f .Morris s. Rubin also known as M. S Rubin, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon W. P. Blanton, county judge of Dade countv and file the same in his office in the Countv Courthouse In Dade I ty Florida, within eight months from the date of publication hereof. Raid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sarne will !„. barred: Bee Section 120 of th. Probate Act Date June 15, AD. 1._„ MILTON K RUBIN and HARRY BUKERNICK As Executors of the Ijist Will and Testament of Morris S Rubin also known as M. S Rubin. Deceased. HARRY 7.IKFRNICK Attorney for Executors. 6/18-25 7/2-9 calendar the first



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewlst>ncrknati FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948 •• LIVES OF OUR TIMES DR. LEO BAECK /KIS IS THE STORY OF THE COURAGEOUS AND FAITHFUL CHIEF RABBI OF BERLIN WHO THROUGHOUT THE NAZI HORRORFILLED YEARS OF 1933-43 REMAINED THERE TO COMFORT HIS FELLOW JEWS... BORN, BRED AND EDUCATED IN GERMANY, PR.BAECK BECAME CHIEF RABBI IN 1912. THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CELEBRATED HIS Mm ANNIVERSARY IN THAT OFFICE OUR1N6 THE DARKENING PAYS OF 1937 WHEN PR.BAECK WAS CALLED A "PESSIMIST* BECAUSE HE UR6ED JEWISH YCUTH TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY. HOWEVER,DR.BAECK.HIM9ELF, PIP NOT FLEE. SECRETLY HE MANA6ED TO SEND LETTERS OF COMFORT TO THOSE UNFORTUNATES CARTED OFF TO CONCENTRATION CAMPS HE WAS ALSO ABLE JO KEEP A PRIVATE HISTORY OF ALL OCCURRENCES FROM PRYING NAZI EYES BY STATING HE USEP THE NOTES AS TOILET PAPER/. jp£jg IN 1943, PR. BAECK WAS SEIZED IN A MASS ROUNDUP OF ALL JEWS IN GERMANY AND SENT TO A CAMP IN CZECKOSLAVAKIA.WHERE HE SLEPT WITH 40 OTHER PEOPLE IN AN 8 FOOT SQUARE ROOM / FOR OTHERS, THOSE TERRIBLE DAYS ARE DIMMED BY TIME, BUT NOT FOR PR.BAECK. HE HAS CONSTANTLY WORKEP FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GERMAN JEWS IN COUNTRIES OUTSIDE OF GERMANY. IN THIS CONNECTION, HE HAS MApE SEVERAL TRIPS TO THE U.S. ON BEHALF OF THE UJA AND THE UNION OF HEBREW CONGREGATIONS. WELCOME? BY MAYOR O'PWYER OF NEW YORK AFTER ARRIVING IN AMERICA IN JANUARY, 1948 ON A 5 MONTH TOUR, HE THEREAFTER CONFERRED WITH PRESIDENT TRUMAN. TODAY, AT 7£ Y6AM Of AGE. HE SERVES AS PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD UNION FOR PROGRESS^ JUDAISM, STRIVING TO MAKE EUROPEAN JEWS 'PLACED" INSTEAD OF•DISPUCEO* PERSONS.. Dr. Wise Heads U. S. Delegation To World Congress Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American and World Jewish Com i li head the Amer ican cli li gal ion to thi pit narj session of the World Jewish Conss opening ii Montreux, Suit zerland on June 27. Approximately 50 deli from the United States will represent the American Jewish C gress at the sessions in which ire than 300 representativt m the Jewish communities of more than 60 countries, includ Israel, will participate. In addition to Dr. Wise who for Europe on Wednesday. June 16. together with many of the delegati s, tl e AJC represent stives will include Mrs. Louis Glasser, Miami: Dr. David Pete gorsky, AJC executive director; Rabbi Morton Be-rman of Chicago; Dr. Joachim Prinz, Newark. N .!.: David Stoncman. Boston Rabbi Samuel Wohl. Cincinnati] Judge Louis I. Levinthal. Phila delphia; Baruch Zuckerman. pics ident of the Labor Zionist Organization of America: Leon Ceil man. president and Rabbi Max Kirshblum, executive vice president, Mizrachi Organization <>• America; Albert J. Siller, Detroit: Dr. Alfred J. Marrow and Harold O. N. Frankel. New Yo: k it Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. COMMUNAL TRENDS: Earnest negotiations are now going on for merging the work of the HIAS with the immigration program of tl e J.D.C in Europe and with the refugee aid work of the United e for New Americans in this country The merger is advocated by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and by some local Jewish Federations which would like to see less competition and more coordination in Jewish social work Details of the merger are now being worked out between HIAS and J.D.C. representatives in New York, with the participation of U.S.N.A. cxperts Behind the plans for this merger lies the fact that central Jewish organizations not affiliated with the United Jewish Appeal find it mure and more difficult to secure the needed funds for their activities This is also true with regard to raising funds in Latin American countries Jewish communities in Latin America are giving priority to the defense of Israel in their fund-raising drives • Dr. J. L. Magnes, president of the Hebrew University, is now recuperating from a serious illness at a New York hospital One of the reasons why he registered with the Department of Justice as a "foreign agent" representing the Ihud Association is because e is seeking $100,000 in the United States to bring about ArabJewish friendship. As we go to Dress' with this column the New York Giants an ensconced in first place in the National League pennant race. Sid Cordon has played no small part in the Giants' climb to the top rung. Sid has banged out eight homers and played a great game afield at third base. Originally inserted in the game to relievi Jack Lohrke, the regular third sacker, Gordon has just about sewed up the job for himself with his surprisingly good play afield. SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FO REST. CONVALESCEMCl AND CHRONIC CUU — %  'I • %  ->!. €' it* i w ao'couirt .nn MIA MI FLORIDA I Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. 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FBIDAY. JUNE 25, 1948 ^JeHistfhridT'^ 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 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 1750 N.W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-1631 This Fincher Oldsmobile Motors Inc. 1740 N.E. 2nd Avo. Miami Grand National Importers & Wholesale Liquors 309 N.W. 9ih Ave. Miami "HARBOR ISLE" 79th Street Causeway 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 Biscayne Blvd. Miami PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY 4450 S.W. 74th Ave. Miami Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp. 4525 Ponce da Leon Blvd. CorJ Gsbles Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors Z o ne u #m p --,:sr K s w c B IlL 915 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami 2192 S.W. 22nd Ave. i Service WALTON FLOORING CO. Southern Personnel Service ^ Aye MamI 226 W. Flagler St. Miaml Thomas Venetian Blind Co. 545 N.W. 22nd St. Miaml E E. BRETT—Real Estate 7335 Collins Ave. Miami Beach duPont Building Miami MARTIN DRUG STORE 7005 Collins Ave. Miami Beach MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1013 duPont Building Miami Miami Beach Southern Engineering & Metal HADDEN HALL HOTEL Products Co. 150 0 Collins Ave. Miami B 25 NE 17th Terrace M,aml n ^M f i T HARMON INC. SUPER LAUNDROMAT 2nd s Miami .. a. Miami ,529 S.W. 8th St. KURLAND APARTMENTS TOWN LAUNDRY. WG^ J^Z. Mlam, Beach P. o. Box 536 L ANDSILL FLOWERS TRUITT SALES CO. ^ ^^ Blvd Miami Custom House Pier No. 1 Biscayne Laundry & Dry Cleaners ooi iiti, i Miami Beach 231 "" St H. NEWBORN-Jeweler ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP 2210 N.w. 36th St. Miami 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach NEW PIONEER HOTEL 151 N.E. 1st St. Miami NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN 7135 Collins Ave. Miami Beach PARKS MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler St. Miami RAY BAG COMPANY 901 N.W. 54th St. Miami



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PAGE SIXTEEN Jen 1st lh rid tor FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948 Miami Leads Nation In Percentage Of Increase To United Jewish Appeal With its 1948 Combined Jewish transmission to Israel and for the Appeal figures totalling SI.500,I United Service for New Ameri000, the largest in the history of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Morris Klass. executive director of the Federation, yesterday released comparison figures with other cities showing that Greater Miami leads all major pities in the country in percentage of increase over 1947 campaign totals. This year's figure over last cans and the Joint Distribution Committee justified the extraordinary procedure of borrowing from a bank in anticipation of immediate payment for contributors." Mr. Klass explained. The Federation director said that a collections committee under the chairmanship of M. J Kopelowitz and assisted by Sam Grossman, Federation secretary year's total of $929,000 shows an in charge of collections, was increase of 61 ft. The record of i planning an intensive colled other major cities follows: I drive to secure outstanding pi' 1947 1948 95 Increase Baltimore 62.700.000 S3.300.000 22 Detroit 3,900.000 5,200.000 33 Kansas City 1.076.000 1.400.000 30 Los Angeles 6.200,000 7,200.000 16 Milwaukee 1.300.000 1.500.000 15 Newark 2.500.000 3.300,000 32 Patterson 865.000 1,375,000 59 St. Louis 2.200,000 2,600.000 18 Mr. Klass also reported the payments at once. First step in sending of another check for \ the campaign is the formation of S200.00U by the Greater Miami, a group of volunteer collectors Jewish Federation to the United where names will be announced Jewish Appeal last week. This this week by Mr. Kopelowitz. brings the federation's payments to the UJA this year up to $800,000 on their allotment of SI.000.000. a record no other large city in the country can match. Mr. Klass said that in order to make its most recent payment. the Federation was required to make a 90-day loan from the Mercantile National Bank. The loan was endorsed by Moses Ginsberg. Jacob Sher, Max OroIn addition to this group, members of the Young Adult Unit have organized a special volunteer committee to contact outstanding unpaid pledges under $50. General chairman of the young adults division is Abraham Schafer, with Jean Guberman cochairman for the Miami unit and Joseph Pardo co-chairman for the beach unit. The Miami group consists of Emanuel Levenson, FredLeo Eisenstein (left) and Samuel Friedland, co-chairmen of a membership drive for the Miami Beach Jewish Center, are shown examining membership applications. Goal of the drive is 200 additional members by June 27 when the campaign terminate*. vitz. Mo.-.te Selig, Joseph R. Stein, | erick J. Grossberg, Donald Eanett. i Wm, D. Singer and Carl Weinkle. I Alfred Kriesler. Philip Schiff and all Federation officers and trustees. "It was felt that the urgency of supplying immediate cash to the United Jewish Appeal for Joy Simonhoff. On the beach team are Doris Pardo, Florence Abrahamson, Sol Genet, Dave Liebman, Sol Bookbinder and Mike Cooper. Miami T Summer Home Camp Scheduled To Open On Monday Mrs. Leo Sheiner. chairman of the Home Camp committee of the Miami Y has announced the opening of the tenth annual Home Camp session for Monday. June 28. "with the largest enrollment in the history of the Y." 153 persons have registered for the Home Camp with a waiting list of over 60. The summer Home Camp is a project to give boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 14 a diversified camping program, under skilled professional supervision, Mrs. Sheiner stated. Hot lunches are served daily and the BupKdail At WAoiuait ViLceA, Forstmann Silk Gabardine SLACKS $26..$25 Values to $45 "New Paper Shell Lightweights" mtbnnh MFRS. OUTLET 600 LINCOLN ROAD BLDG. Entrance 1628 Pennsylvania Ave. —Just Off Lincoln Road, M. B. In Philadelphia Since 1908 Open Daily 9-6 children are taken to the beach twice weekly in buses. For the past week a Counselors' Training Course has taken place under the supervision of Julius Samuels, Y activities director, who is also director of the camp, and Chuck Klein, physical director, who serves as head counselor. The six sessions of the training week have consisted of a review of current good practice in camping theory and workshop? in Jewish programming, dramatics, music, arts and crafts, nature, trips and tours, and athletics. Special attention was given to safety and health in all aspects of camp life, but particularly in relation to swimming routines. Counselors include Tobie Jacobskind, Sydel Seidman, Mert Wetstein, Herbert Geltner, Jerome I Merlin, Alvin Greenfield, Rickie Nuchtern. Lucille Davis, Virginia Alesworth, Eleanor Zir.ner. Robert Rubinstein, Pat Curtice. Kay Dix, Martin Rubinstein and Romesa Rosenthal. A special play program for children who do not attend camp will take place Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at the Miami YMHA, according to Mrs. John Temple, chairman of the Y youth committee. Diversified program of playground activity will be given under the supervision of Martin Rubinstein. Rubinstein is a graduate of the University of Miami and is now completing his master's degree in guidance and education. He is at present the guidance director of the Miami Y and will be in complete charge of the non-camping program for children. S.Y.. Synagogue Hoard Moots At Mowoholoff Homo Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff were hosts to an executive meeting of the southeastern Synagogue Conference this Monday evening, June 21, at their home. 711 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Plans were made for the fifth annual Southeastern Synagogues conference to be held in Miami Beach. Originally scheduled for this weekend, the convention has*j tx en postponed to the fall. Also discussed were problems concerning religious school and 'teen age religious education, innovations in religious service and pulpit exchanges. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern of Nashville. Tenn.. chairman of the board, Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Blumenfeld of Memphis, Tenn., Attorney and Mrs. Charles Bergman of Atlanta. Ga., M. Weinberger of Nashville. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. M. Sokol and Mrs. N. Barkowitz of Charleston, S. C, also Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April and Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer of Miami, and N. Kaplan, president of Congrcggation Beth Tefilah, Dr. Irwin Makovsky, vice president of Congregation Beth Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch, honorary president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood. DRINK-PLENTY pF CTTripure V^ \U.. ... 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ihdlie\wiislh-JElliDipidliiaun

Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDaTfRIDAY. IUNF. 2S n-ifi
,^2^_NUMBER 25 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. IUNeITiMS PRICE TEN CENT=S
Israel in Civil Struggle; Irgun Goes Underground
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Israeli "Jabotinsky," which is believed to1?-------------------------____________________________
. ,..,-,. t announced that a have left a French port more than m -.
of Na
Tues-
mment announcea hw
Ivtile between its troops and Ir
PtsonabeachatKfarVitkin,
I some five
Ittanya, which broke out
|L." when the dissidents at-
C^dtoland a cargo of war
Loth! in violation of the UN
I truce, had ended.
Israeli intelligence agents ar-
70 Jewish 'rebels" Thurs-
Idav including Peter Bergson,
I'ounder of the Hebrew National
Committee, and the American
I captain of the gun-running ship
I Altalem. Included in those ar-
I rested wtre leaders of the Irgun
hvai Leumi extremist organiza-
tional some of its men.
Earlier Wednesday two Israeli
[ministers. Rabbi Judah Leib Fish-
lain, minister for Jerusalem, and
IHoshe Shapiro, immigration min-
ister, had n signed over the split
I between the Jewish forces in Is-
| raeli.
An urgent meeting of the pro-
I visional parliament is taking
I place as we go to press.
Irgun Zvai Leumi went back
I underground today following its
I bloody break with Haganah. The
organization resumed its position
as ar. illegal, armed political
Ifoup-
The announcement revealed
I that the Irgunists, who were at-
Itemptirc to unload the 1,200-ton
Feldman As Present
I'.S. Hi |> loinal
Soul To Israel,
Exchange Made
I Jarr.es G. McDonald has been
jippointod y President Truman to
I be a special representative of the
[United States to the new govern-
I Mnt of Israel. McDonald served
I on the Annlo-American Commis-
sion of Inquiry on Palestine in
I 1936.
Eliahu Epstein has been desig-
nated by Israel as its special rep-
resentative m the United States
|md head of the Israel mission.
Truman announced the ex-
change of diplomatic missions
I with the following statement:
"Agreement has been reached
behvten the government of the
[United States and the provi-
sional government of Israel on
[the establishment of a mission of
Ifte United States in Israel* and
j> mission of the provisional gov-
jmunent dI Israel in the United
I States. Agreement also has been
[reached on tl e exchange of spec-
ial tepresenl itives."
New SOS National
I Co-chairman
Dr. Abraham J. Feldman,
rabbi of Congregation Beth Is-
rael, Hartford, Conn., was
elected to a second term as
president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis at
its 59th annual convention held
in Kansas City.
have left a French port more than
a week ago with arms and some
immigrants, had surrendered
after the battle which cost them
six dead and fourteen wounded.
The Israel Defense Army suffer-
ed two killed and three wounded
The final surrender was preced-
ed by a 45-minute truce during
Which the Irgunists turned their C.C.A.R. Re-elects Dr.
wounded over to the government "
troops for attention.
The surrender terms included
giving up all arms except those
aboard the ship, giving up all
transport used by the Irgunists
on the beach and the signing of
a statement by each Irgunist that
he will place himself under the
command of the government
army and obey its orders. The
vessel will be kept in Tel Aviv
where it will be placed under
control of the army which will
decide how to dispose of her
cargo without infringing on the
terms of the four-week truce.
A Jewish Teiegraphic Ag< ncy
correspondent watched, from a
distance of several hundred yards.
a short battle between the Irgun
vossc 1 and a Palmach barge. The
Palmach crew opened fire with
heavy machine guns and the Ir-
gunists soon replied. After a short
but heavy exchange, tre ship's
captain, a woman, radioed the
Palmach commander: "Do not
Tire on the ship. Children are still
aboard, also large quantities of
ammunition and arms."
The inhabitants of Tel Aviv-
were shocked last night to hear
an Irgun broadcast announce that
"a fratricidal battle" was taking
place between the Israel Defense
Army and the Irgun, which re-
cently merged with the army in
all areas except Jerusalem. The
announcer warned that unless the
army called off its attack, the
fighting might spread to all parts
of the country.
A Sternist statement issued
later announced that the Stern
group was placing itself along-
side the Irgun. The statement
said: "If this continues we will
have to draw the consequent s.
as we see that Israel's army is
behaving 1. e a party force not
a national army."
The government's communique
last night on the situation de-
clared that it was aware that a
hip carrying arms for the Irgun
was due to arrive in Palestine
and that it had been decided to
take all measures to prevent its
unloading. "The government saw
in this arms traffic by a dissident
group and particularly during the
truce period a serious violation
Of Israel's international obliga-
tions as well as a violation of the
agreement with Irgun soldiers
concluded recently." When the
Irgunists refused to obey a com-
mand to cease unloading the ves- ,',,.i;i,d th.lt ne will sign the
"Technical Talks" Started for
Arab Jewish Peace in Palestine
RHODES, (JTA)United Na- minority group in Palestine,
i Palestine mediator Count shertok emphasized. On tie
Koike Bernadotte began a series
j of 'technical" talks with small
', panels of Arab and Jewish re-
presentatives this week at his
headquarters here in preparation
for discussions on a higher level
which may lead to permanent
Stice in Palestine.
A senior member of Berna-
dotte's staff told correspondent
: ere: "We have not asked the
Jews or Arabs for anyone on
the political level yet. The talks
within the next few days will be
b chnical and in a sense explora-
Our main concern for the
une being is to keep things from
. ing."
U.N. mediator Count Folke
Bernadotte. who spent last week
on the move between Tel Aviv
and Cairowith a short stopover
at his Rhodes negotiations head-
quartershas already received
preliminary statements from both
the Arab League and the Israeli
government outlining the basis
on which the respective parties
will agree to meet for purposes
of nt gotiating a permanent peace
in Palestine.
Or. his second visit to the Jew-
capital within one week.
Exports To Israel
WASHINGTON. (JTA> The
Department of Commerce's Office ;sn
of International Trade this week | Bernadotte was closeted with For-
announced the designation of Is- ejgn Minister Moshe Shertok for
rael in country group "O" with four hours during which the latter
reference to U.S. export trade. outlined a five-point fundament-
All US exports to countries in al program which must be met
group "O" except those on a be'ore the Israelis will agree to
-positive list" of short supply talk permanent peace. The mini-
iten s can be shipped without mum program was presented to
export licenses. The "positive Bernadotte orally,
list" includes such ..ems as The state of Israel must be
wheat, other short supply grains, treited as a sovereign nation and
Steel and steel products, coal, no Israel oft.c.al will meet with
i, s. ?ats and oils, other short I bs unless he is recognized
me chemicals. [as representing a state, not a
bt M. Kahn. prominent
,".* Yor)t businessman and
W'lanthropist, has been elected
"Wonal Co-Chairman of the
_ (Suppliei for Overseas
IjDq ors) Collection of the
Truman Accepts Immigration Bill
Unfavorable To Jewish Refugees
WASHINGTON, (JTA) -A ?*> ".^J^ ? -S!
member commission which
will direct the program of ad-
mitting 205.000 displaced persons
to the United States within the
next two years under the terms
I i e bill passed by the Senate
which is unfavorable to the im-
tion of Jewish refugees to
this country-will be appointed
hv President Truman shortly, it
was reported here.
No attempts will be made by
groups dissatisfied with the bill
the President veto it, it
. as learned here, since Truman
but will issue a statement
,ol. the statement said, govern
ment troops concentrated in ne .smf, ,.,, dissatisfation with
area were ordered to quell ifc nrnvisions. which
revolt against the governments
authority. .
The vessel was originally
spotted approaching the Pales-
tine coast yesterday by a WS
patrol plane and its position.and
course were radioed to Tel A*
During the entire operation UN
observers were watching thf ves-
sel and attempts to unload it and
were in regular contact withi UN
mediator Count Folke Bernadotte
over their own rad.o network.
It was unofficially reported that
the ship landed 800 immigrants.
both
1 of its provisions
were bitterly assailed in
chambers of Congress, prior to
the bill's passage.
The measure stipulates that of
the 200.000 displaced persons to
be admitted to the United States
within the next two JW
Dorcent should originate in Last
ern Poland and the Baltic coun-
Ses, while 30 percent of the total
should be farmers. It also excludes
from eligibility all persons who
, nt(.a DP camps after Dec 22,
is- effectively cutting off thou-
from Eastern Europe from classi-
fication as admissible refugee im-
rants, since the exodus of
these Jews to Western Europe,
(Continued on Page 5)
Hebrew I nion
Merges With
Jewish Institute
NEW YORK, (JTA)The con-
solidation of the Hebrew Union
College of Cincinnati and the
Jewish Institute of Religion of
New York, and the retirement of
Dr. Stephen S. Wise from the
presidency of the Institute were
announced here this week. The
new institution will be known as
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Hebrew Union College, has
also been elected president of the
Jewish Institute of Religion by
the Institute's board, and he will
head the combined schools
Cincinnati and New York.
W. e and Dr. Julian Morgen-
stern. former president of the He-
brew Union College, will be presi-
dents emeriti of the merged in-
stitution.
ques-
tion of immigration, he stated.,
it must be agreed that only the
state of Israel will decide on the
volume and source of its im-
mig:ation.
The Israelis will not negotiate
v. ith the Arabs for a reduction
in the territory allotted to them
by the U.N. partition resolution
of last November, he stressed, but
since the Jews hold territory not
originally allotted to them they
are prepared to" discuss minor-
territorial adjustments. The
Arabs must abide by the U.N.
decision to set up an independent
Arab state in Palestine, he added,
or the Jews will not agree to
give up the territory assigned to
that .state which they have over-
run since the invasion began.
The final point was on Jeru-
;alem. Here again Shertok called'
for adherence to the U.N. parti-
tion decision, insisting that the1
ity retain its international status;
under the trusteeship of the U.N..
If the Arabs continue the-ir at-
tacks in Jerusalem af.te.4- the four-
week cease-fire ends, tjfie Jew*
may demand inclusion ot tihe citty
in Israel, he indicated.
Earlier in the week, Bemad'tifte
received the Arabs' terms for
entering negotiations. The basic
conditions laid down during the
mediator's visit to Cairo was: "No
partition of Palestine and no.
Jewish state." In addition, they
refused to meet the Jews at a
round-table parley. They rejected
out of hand a proposal advanced
by Bernadotte that Jerusalem be
declared an open city.
He warned that the 28-day
truce, which is already in its-
second week without too much-
having been accomplished, may
not last for the full four weeks.
He stated that he had reason toi
believe that the British might
complete their evacuation before-
the end of the period and with-
draw from the all-important port
of Haifaa move which might
precipitate land, sea and air at-
tacks on the Jewish city. He>
addedas much for the benefit
of the Arabs as for-the provision-
al council"if the battle is re-
nwed. it will; De renewed with
greater tOMfe This is a battle
which will decide not only the
fate of the country but also that
of the Jewish nation."
Austrian DP*
VIENNA. (JTA)Discussions
seeking to liquidate entirely the
problem of 17,000 Jewish dis-
placed persons in Austria are far
advance* among officials of the
United States occupation forces
and Jewish leaders. Probably
half of the DP's will be able to
leave for Israel before the end of
the year, it was predicted here.
While at least two-thirds in-
in tend to go to Israel ultimately.
Dr. the rest are waiting for visas for
the United States and other coun-
tries. If the opportunities become
too limited, they will doubtless
change their plans to emigrate
to the Jewish state.








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vjewisti flhridlian
FRIDAY, JUNE 25.
1948
Carps Schedule
European Tour
Leaving tomorrow for a trip
abroad and a family reunion are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carp of Mi-
ami. In .\\w York they are to
join their daughter. Ruth, who
preceded them Tuesday, to sail
on the SS Marine Falcon, June
30.
Ruth, who has just completed
her freshman year at the Uni-
versity of Miami, plans to re-
main in Europe where she will
study at tie University of Zurich
in Switzerland.
Upon the family's arrival in
South Hampton they will be met
by a son-in-law and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz
who are now living in Germany.
Schwartz is an engineer for the
U.S. government there
Current plans indicate that the
entire group will tour the British
Isles after which the three Mi-
amians will depart for a motor
trip through France and the low
countries and perhaps Denmark
and Sweden before visiting the
Schwartzes in their home in
Heidelberg.
Next stop on the tentative itin-
erary h Italy where Mr. Carp
h is a cousin, Abe Laskove, head
of the Italian area of JDC.
Tl rougl :: the Cains hope to
obtain a visa n.to Palestine.
When her pan nts fly back to
the states September 3. Ruth
plans to return to Heidelbi
and while she is learning Gi I
man in Zurich later in the fall
in preparation tor her work at
the university, her brother-in-law
will study for his doctorate in
teei ing t.
A. imn ediate past pn sident of
Miami unit of Hadassah, Mrs
Carp is vice president ot the
(': eater Mi.-: ill la
i I : S.
Mackovskys Entertained
For Silver Anniversary
On the occasion of their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky
were honored by a surprise re-
ception in the home of Rabbi and
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Thursday.
June 17.
Among the guests were Harry
Sonz, Miss Annette Klaits, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stern of Nash-
ville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Genet. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch,
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Genet, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Genet, Mrs. Rose
Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Weiland.
Pictures were taken of the
guests of honor cutting the wed-
ding cake.
Mrs. Makovsky is president of
the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob.
/ionisis Honor
Harry Oordons
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
were presented a Zionist plaque
last week "in recognition for
their service to the Miami Zion-
ist district to help carry on that
work which in turn aided the
national organization."
Together with Burnett Roth,
president of the district, the Gor-
dons received certificates stating
that their names have been in-
scribed in the Book of Life in
Palestine.
Taking place last Thursday in
Beth David synagogue the meet-
ing was followed by a symposium
lead by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Roth
and Harry Simonhoff.
Sholem Officers Meet
An officer's meeting of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held
Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of
President Marx Feinberg, 2430
S.W. 25th St.
Martha Zall, Modiste
Opens New Beach Shop
Martha Zall, modiste, has
opened her shop in the former
location of Ann Alster, at 407
15th St.. Miami Beach
Working with the slogan "Lin-
coln Road quality at 15th St.
prices." Miss Zall claims that
"this is the season to have your
fall wardrobe done while labor
and materials are available."
Denver Home Group
Schedules Card Party
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver have invited
friends of the group to attend a
dessert luncheon and man jongg-
card party Tuesday afternoon at 1
p.m.; at the New Yorker hotel,
Miami Beach.
Proceeds of the affair are to be
used for the asthmatic and un-
derprivileged children at the
Denver Home.
Mrs. Ann Tannen, chairman for
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Frances
Alexander. Miami, are in charge
of arrangemetns. Tickets may
be purchased through then. or at
the door Tuesday.
Miss Wasserman.
Robert Short Crowned
At Hadassah Dance
Miss Ronnee Wasserman and
Robert Short were crowned Miss
and Mr. "Typical Miami Beach"
at the recent dance of Miami
Beach Business and Professional
Women of Hadassah in the Rjtz
Plaza hotel. Second places were
taken by Miss Maxine Lee and
Bernard Marcus.
Nearly $600 was raised by the
sponsoring group to be donated
to the state of Israel.
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Klan Mobilization Aimed At Minorities/ Seeks More Ranki
The Ku Klux Klan has just completed secret ar-
mgements for "the biggest demonstration in Klan
history," ,( take Placc on Stone Mountain, Georgia,
Julv 23 H has been revealed by undercover observers
pf t e Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League.
Anti Semitic implications of the meeting were ex-
plu it In thfl announced nation-wide distribution of
500 noo gummed stickers of a Klansman on horseback
with the legend "Yesterday, Today, and Forever."
h dozens of Jewish shops in downtown Atlanta
[asti red with these stickers. In sending out the
.tick, rs, Klan officials recommended that they be u ed
to intimidate Jews, Catholics and the foreign-loin, hut
cautioned Kluxers against putting them on or in mail-
l,',,v 5, for tear of prosecution by postal authorities.
I previous meetings of the central Klan Klavern
v, i in Atlanta, it has been proposed that the Ku
Klan sot up a committee to "track down the
names of Jews who have changed names,"
, to picket some prominent Atlanta Jew in a
pu licity. Norman Elsas, proprietor of the Fulton
! i Paper Mill, was mentioned as a "likely pros-
ins
active klaverns to offer Klan membership at a 50 per-
cent "bargain discount" for a limited time only, thus
reducing the "klcctoken" (intiation) fee from $10 to $5,
according to the inside reports.
At the same time, the dragon is urging all Klans-
Exposure of the KKK's "top secret" plan was made rnen to purchase robes for the occasionwhich he
fr,'m .i!l vW" c '". Georgi?'s Pve' n"r M- E. Thompson sells for $15.
irom the Non-Sectarian Anti-Na/i League signed bv r u .i
Prof James I! Sheldon, administrative chairnfan, anS Evidently ,n an^>Pat.on of controversy over the
Stetson Kennedy, consultant, advising the governor of
recently an-
imination to elect more men to Congress
whose views "coincide with Klankraft."
nounced ., deter
en tails as outlined by Grand Dragon Samuel Green in
the supposed secrecy of his Atlanta Klavern No. 1 on
the nignt of May 31.
Undercover nbservei \ of the Anti-Nazi League who
attended the grand dragon's meeting reported that the
Klan chieftain has arranged to send out half a million
"fire-, summonses" to Klansmen all over the country,
He expressed hope that there would be at least l.noo
new members to he "naturalized as citizens of the In-
visible Empire" at the mountain ceremony.
To this end the dragon said he had instructed all
Klan's reappearance on Stone Mountaintraditional
gathering place of the hooded order since 1915Grand
Dragon Green said the KKK had leased the mountain
for the meeting, and so would be "free to do what it
pleased and admit whom it pleased."
However, Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell will
be sent "special invitations," the dragon said.
The Klan's postwar combaek trail has re-estab
lished it as an active factor in some 15 states, including
sue!: non-Southern states as Ohio, Pennsylvania. Indi-
ana and California, the Anti-Nazi League asserted.
Green claims, in addition, to have established cm-
bryonic croups in another 15 states.
The American Jewish Adventure
By DR. JOSHUA LOTH LIEBMAN
Part I
i.el,Turin, iho brilliant young rabbi whose tragic
..;,!'. shocked American Jewry, left Ins people a i-
il ... i;il and religious though) At the recent annual meeting "f
final Jewish Welfare Board UWB) In Chicago, r>i I.Mimai di
address of such stirring quality that the JWB ado|
, k... kla ............... "... .1. ".1...... Inalnhl <.,,.! nhallbi vtna t!.I..L
mngnil i I
i nng his message foi
its "deep Insight and challenging think-
\s .( special service to the American Jewish publl the JWB'h
I of Public Information is making available herewith the miiln
, ,,f i! ii address, which offers dynamic Ideas on Jewish
Jewish Plorldlan is presenting Dr, [Jebman'r mi agi in two
,.i i ,,i which He one below is the firsi
American Jewry is in the process of Becoming; it is not a
joality. rigid and arteriosclerotic. Part of the confusion of
flmer can Jewish life is due to our character structure os an
adolescent compelled to assume the responsibilities of adult-
hood. Faced with the problems of maturity, some among us are
. enough to assume our his-
. role of Jewish destiny. Oth-
ers would like to flee to some
g angri-La of uninvolve-
and Jewish unrelatedness.
At times we tend to over-
ntidze our achievements,
on. a moment when we
t to subject ourselves to hon-
!: criticism. That moment
ed wh^n my dear friend.
! Wt il. great leader and wise
ct of American Jewish life.
with his co-workers.
i t.i! the Commission on Sur-
vi of the National Jewish Wcl-
Board.
i hould like to join with many
in paying tribute to Pro-
Oscar Janowsky for his
i ring work in the Survey
In it the healing honesty
.lf-criticism which is char-
tie of Israel is united with
r e xperimenta) tentativeness of
ran social science. Jewish
and American pragmat-
. I am certain, animated Pro-
or Janowsky in his creative
complete forthrightness,
report dissects the facets of
ire and the aspects of magni-
nl success. The National Jew-
ish Welfare Board has served
bly in peacetime as well as
in wartime. Professor Janowsky'.-
manifest both scientific
tivity and warm apprecia-
of the invaluable contribu-
ol the JWB to the American
Jew i:: scene.
in American Jew, a rabbi,
a er of the Survey Com-
mission, I am happy to say these
words tonight I feel privileged to
paj tribute both- to the scholar-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
ship, the honesty and the spirit
of Jewish affirmation in Profes-
sor Janowsky's work! The di-
rector of this Survey is not
neutral about Jewish life and
Jewish values. He is a positive
Jew. anxious for an enrichment
of the basic Jewish content in
the centers of America.
Bitter and Confused
Fortunately, from my stand-
point he does not belong to that
small group of social scientists
who appear to believe that either
indifferentism to or cool detach
ment from classic Jewish values,
both religious and cultural, serves
as unique credentials for author-
itative pronouncements on Amer-
ican Jewish life. I, like others in
this audience, have read "The
Independent Study." I wish to
leave out all questions concern-
ing the scientific, factual argu-
ments about the Janowsky Sur-
vey. I am not competent to speak
about that as a social scientist
i am a rabb
one reader that ..
Study" is. on the one hand, a
rather bitter personal attack on
a distinguished scholar, and on
the other hand, a very confused
document.
It is not my purpose to engage
in polemics, but in certain circles
-happilv few in number-tne il-
lusion has grown that withdrawal
from Judaism makes by
paradoxical process for i
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i an devotion is totally false. T i
can be an antiseptic objectivity
about values and ideals hich not
only sterilizes but itself is sterile.
Social scientists who live self-
divorced from the major currents
of American Jewish life, both in
its religions and cultural aspi
are psychologically ill-prepared to
chart the course for the future of
Vmeri an Jewish community,
America was not built into a
vital democracy by debating-so-
ciety neutrals, but bv passionst*
advocates and participants in the
struggle for a creative democracy
Judaism did not become a vital
influence in world thought
through the work of detached her-
mits, but through the labors of
passionate and prophetic advo-
cates of particular program of
life, men like Amos and Isaiah.
Hillel and Akiba.
It certainly was never the in-
tention of the JWB to impose any
program or any principles upon
the Jewish Centers of America.
The leaders of thl JWB have ar-
ranged for democratic discussion
and democratic decision about the
statement of Principles."
fessor Janowteky. according to
my understanding of bis work,
certainly never intended any dic-
tation or imposition of his views
but rather clarification and guid-
ll, and all others conne te :
with the Survey welcome con-
structive criticism and discussion.
A Sectarian Version?
There can be honest disa.
ment about many aspects of the
analysis and recommendations, n
however, rather peculiar to
the Jew.-. Center, as a den
tor "conformity to a single spec-
ific sectarian version ol Jewish
life" Has Jewish content in Jew-
ish Centers now become a sec-
tarian version?
Thee may be criticism of the
I
?
some
closer
paradoxical K..~ .
.symbiosis with Americanism. This
dichotomy between tatoMt J*J;
ish loyalty and profound Amcn-
JWB Survey and the Statement
of Principles from those who at
times give the appearance of be-
lieving that Jewish integration
can be purchased only at the
price of Jewish suicidea wholly
false premise; from another stand-
point there may be reservations
likewise from certain religious
,Ii wish leaders at the other ex-
treme, who would like the syna-
gogues to become the absolute
center for all of Jewish exist-
ence.
As a rabbi. I too could wish the
synagogue to assume this all-
dominant, important role, a role
which it once played in other
ages. Yet I understand that there
is no possibility in the foresee-
able future of attaining a kind of
monism, a complete and total ab-
sorption by the synagogue of the
'unctions which are now being
performed bv other agencies.
fraternal, philanthropic, commun-
al. This just will not happen!
Synagogues are here to stay. Cen-
ters are here to stay, other Jewish
communal organizations are here
to tay. It is not a matter of
eit cr-or" but a matter of "both-
and." a matter of a generous un-
derstanding that there has to be
a division of labor, a creative di-
vision ol labor with a coordina-
tion of functions rather than ar
overlapping of tasks between the
synagogue and the Centers that
make up much of the dynamic in-
stitutional flora and fauna of the
American Jewish landscape.
Pluralism the Reality!
It is my fervent hope that a
revitalized joint commission of
the Synagogue Council and of the
JWB will be created immediate-
i that a plan for the proper
division of labor and mutual sup-
plementation of activities can be
fashioned without delay.
I believe that the majority of
us must and will recognize that
tl ere are so many forms of Jew-
ish life in this country that no
return is possible to a monopoly
on the part of the synagogue,
Pluralism is the reality! At the
same time I believe that the
functions of the synagogue are
primary for a Jewish philosophy
of life, for our Jewish morale, for
Jewish survival. I am also aware
of the important and significant
role that the Jewish Centers have
played and will continue to plav
in the American Jewish scene.
The basic needs of American
Israel in this connection can be
subsumed under the general
headings of the sociological and
spiritual. The great philosopher
Nietzsche once wrote the sent-
ence, "Woe to him who has no
home!" Multitudes of young
American Jews and Jewesses feel
that they have no home, intel-
lectually and emotionally. Young
scholars like Daniel Bell, of the
University of Chicago, and young
novelists like Isaac Rosenfeld and
many other sensitive Jewish art-
ists and thinkers reveal how deep
is the sense of alienation and
aloneness existing in American
Israel.
One of the great psychological
and sociological tasks of our gen-
eration is to create antidotes for
this mood of alienation, this feel-
ing of being unwanted, rejected,
uprooted. I regard the Jewish
Centers as superb instrumentali-
ties for this important sociological
task.
(Continued on Page 11)
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EDITORIAL
ZOA Convention
A call has been issued to members of the
Zionist Organization of America to have their
delegations present at the 51st annual convention
which will be held in Pittsburgh on July 2nd. It
will be one of the most crucial and perhaps the
most critical convention in Zionist history; for it
will be faced with unprecedented problems in
many directions growing out of the triumphant
achievement of a Jewish State in Palestineafter
half a century of effort and struggle.
"It is already abundantly evident that the
role of our organization is by no means over not
even in the sphere of safeguarding the political
future of Palest ne," Dr. Emanuel Neuman, presi-
dent of the ZOA, stated at a press conference
last week. "The responsibility for speaking and
acting officially on behalf of the new Republic
is of course the exclusive prerogative of the Pro-
visional Government of Israel. But as long as
Israel is beset with enemies bent on undermining
its existence, we as American friends of Israel,
cannot and will not wash our hands of the prob-
lem. It remains our deep and constant concern.
"At the moment Palestine is enjoying an un-
easy and precarious truce, but signs are multiply-
ing that this is but a respite sought by the enemies
of Israel, the better to encompass its downfall.
The plain truth is that the war is continuing: It
is a cold war that is now being waged against
Israel. As in the case of the shooting war, the
government of Great Britain continues to be the
chief culprit acting behind a very thin and trans-
parent screen. Because of the vast ineguality be-
tween the resources of the Israeli and the British
governments in the matter of publicity and public
information, the world does not yet realize the
extent to which Great Britain has been behind the
Arab invasions and directing their military as
well as political operations. In fact, it has not been
an Arab war so much as a British war. Great
Britain has been fighting Israel through Arab
mercenaries whom the British Government has
recru.ted and trained, eguipped, officered, paid
and led into action. Abdullah's Trans-Jordan Le-
gion, the only important Arab force, is not in
reality an Arab army but a British Army in
Arab uniforms, which is engaged upon this war
most reluctantly, under orders from the British
Government determined to wreck the partition
solution, decree by the United Nations.
"Similarly Britain is now organizing and di-
recting the cold war on Israel. It is definitely be-
hind Count Bernadotte's spectacular attempt to
organize a world-wide embargo on Jewish im-
migration to Israel. Another move in Britain's
cold war is the attempt to paralyze Israel's eco-
nomy by cutting off the supply of fuel oil while
making it freely available to the Arab aggressors.
Acting arbitrarily and unilaterally it stopped the
FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1948
repatriation of Jewish refugees from Cyprus to
Palestine before the truce was signed and in
violation of its terms. As another aspect of its cold
war, Britain is now working hard on various gov-
ernment, including our own, to organize diplomatic
pressure on Israel in connection with the "Peace
Conference" on the Island of Rhodes.
"Frorn broad hints dropped both in London
and Washington, it is apparent that the British
Government hopes to get the support of the United
States and other nations to brow-beat Israel into
accepting a radical revision of the settlement
voted by the United Nations, chiefly by a drastic
reduction of area and limitations on Jewish im-
migration into Israel.
"It should be recalled that the General As-
sembly of the United Nations had rejected a
minority proposal which differed from the ma-
jority proposal finally adopted, precisely in these
two vital respects. In other words the British
Government is now attempting to undo the United
Nations settlement, striving to accomplish by her
cold war and behind the scenes, what could not
be achieved by force of arms or through open dis-
cussion in the United Nations.
"It has been repeatedly reported from London
that the British Government is now anxious to
heal the rift which had developed between itself
and our own government on this subject. How
ever there is repson to fear that British diplomacy
will again lead our State Department into its camp
by selling it British-made proposals dressed up to
look like a reasonable 'compromise.'
"The Government of Israel is of course fully
aware of these maneuvers," Neuman added
"and I am perfectly confident that it will refuse
to be tricked or intimidated into surrender ng one
iota of its sovereignty or title to any of- its territory
both of which it has heroically defended and
triumphantly vindicated by the valor of its troops.
But that does not discharge American friends
of Israel of their responsibility. We must keep
watch and ward and persevere in our unwearied
efforts to persuade President Truman and the
State Department to stand fast by American com-
mitments and policy.
"The great weight of public opinion in this
country is overwhelmingly on the s de of justice
and against the shabby immorality which parades
by the name of expediency. It is true that Anglo-
American relations have not been helped by the
strain which has developed over this issue but
the cure does not lie in American surrender
to the British Foreign Office.
"We are reliably informed that the British
Government is now deeply divided on the ques-
tion. Powerful influences in the British Cabinet are
asserting themselves against Mr. Bevin's reckless
dispos tion to sacrifice American friendship and
jeopardize desperately needed American aid to
Britain in order to satisfy his obstinate desire to
have his way in Palestine. I am convinced that
if our Government stands firm in its f.delity to the
United Nations and in support of the State ol
Israel which the United States has recognized,
saner and sounder counsels will prevail in the
British Cabinet. The key to the situation is st 11 in
Washington where it has been for years."
The convention will be called upon to define
in clear terms, the future relationship of American
Zionism to the Jewish community of Palest ne
and the Republic of Israel. It will have to con-
sider questions of constitutional revision as well
as programmatic and organizational changes in-
dicated for the World Zionist Organization. Above
all, it will have to adopt a concrete program oi
activity for the ZOA in the light of the new situa
tion and the tasks which will devolve upon us
in the future.
Considerable discussion and possible differ-
ences of opinion will be present. The strength of
the Zionist movement will be its firm and con-
sistent adherence to the democratic process. All
opinions are entitled to be heard and in the end
the opinion of the majority prevails and must be
loyally accepted by everyone.
Letters to the Editor
I Resign
In a litter addressed to I. R.
Goodman. Chairman. Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Emergency Council,
Dr. F. H. Fisher, vice president
of the Florida Chapter of the
American Council for Judaism an-
nounced his resignation from that
body an durges its dissolution.
The letter is reprinted in the
following paragraphs:
Mr. I. R. Goodman
7127 Bay Drive
Normandy Isle
Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Mr. Goodman:
I have enjoyed tremendously
and trust that you have, to some
extent, received an equal amount
of pleasure in our recent discus-
sions of the American Council
for Judaism.
I have felt that you have been
curious as to my motivation in
joining the organization and my
recent resignation from it; also
my position as regards the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism and my
attitude towards the state of Is-
rael and the welfare of world
Jewry in the light of recent and
current events.
As I told you during these dis-
cussions, I felt that the men and
women who organized and joined
the American Council nationally
and in South Florida shared my
feeling of sincere loyalty to the
United States of America, to
democratic principles and their
beliefs were, as were mine, that
the principles promulgated by the
American Council for Judaism
were in the greatest interest and
augured the most for American
and world Jewry. My belief and.
I believe their beliefs in these
principles and thoughts, impelled
us to organize and join with the
American Council and to give of
our time, efforts and finances in
the furtherance of its doctrines.
All of this was before the fact of
the decree by the United Nations
Organization and its subsequent
recognition by the United States
of America and various other na-
tions, but now, my friend, we are
speaking after the fact. The state
of Israel is a fait accompli and
has at least progressed from its
embryonic state into that of a
lusty infant and you may be sure
that I wish it every success and
the complete fruition of the de-
sires of its nationals and of world
Jewry and that I shall do every-
thing possible morally, physically
and financially to foster its growth
to the point that it may take its
place in the great family of na-
tions on an equal basis in all
matters. This, I feel, is the atti-
tude one should take if one is
truly democratic in ones belief.
Then the will of the majority
must be recognized, notwith-
standing the fact that one may
have opposed this fact previously
with all sincerity and good pur-
pose.
I feel that in the interest of
unity which is the prime essen-
tial, not only for the success of
the state of Israel, but for the
improved status of world Jewry.
( should, one and all, forget
all past differences, shades of be-
liefs, philosophies and work for
the common cause which we all
have foremost in our minds and
hearts.
Sp' aking as an individual and
not as a member or officer of the
American Council for Judaism it
is my feeling that the organiza-
tion should dissolve itself locally
and in so doing, should recom-
mend to the parent body that it
do likewise but in this process of
dissolution it should be stated to
the nation and to the world that
we offer every resource at our
command to the new state of
Israel as American citizens of
Jewish faith, with no national
ties or affiliations with any na-
tion other than that of the United
States of America but purely in
a spirit of humanitarianism and
helpfulness to a valiant people,
i their struggle for existence.
I trust sincerely that whether.
a? a member of the American
Council, the Zionist Organization,
the American Jewish Committee
or simply as plain John Doe.
American citizen of Jewish faith.
I may be privileged to do my bit.
Trusting that the conversations
I have enjoyod so much may
continue, I am
Cordially yours,
/s/ F. H. Fisher
Dr. F. H. FISHER!
Religion In >. Y.
Schools Opposed
NEW YORK, (JTA)A joint
statement by the Synagogue
Council of America and the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, issued here over
the week-end, declared that the
two organizations consider the
New York State system of re-
leased time to be inconsistent with
the American principle of separ-
ation of church and state, and be-
lieve that system to have been
invalidated by the recent Mc-
Collum case."
The statement was issued, it
was explained, to dispel any mis-
conception that may have re-
sulted from the action of the
Greater New York Coordinating
Committee on Released Time for
Jews. Protestants and Catholics,
in filing a brief upholding the
constitutionality of New York
State's program of released time
for religious instruction. The two
groups reaffirm their opposition
to the released time program, the
statement added, pointing out
that the viewpoint of organized
Jewish groups is at variance with
that of the Coordinating Com-
mittee.
ALBANY, N. Y., (JTA) The
teaching of Hebrew in New York
State's high schools as a fully
accredited modern foreign lan-
guage was approved here this
week by the State Board of
Regents. There are at present be
tween 3.000 and 4,000 students in
New York City who are students
of Hebrew.
Cairo Fireworks
CAIRO, (JTA)Eighteen per-
sons were killed and 43 wounded
this week when a heavy i
sion shook the Jewish quartet
here. Eight houses were destroy-
ed in the blast.
Police investigating the explo-
sion established that it was
caused by the faulty storage
materials used in the manufacture
of fireworks. Seven Jewish boys
with a pushcart bearing an unat-
tached time fuse and explosives
were arrested by the police. The
police chief, Murtaga Bey,
he was convinced the explosion
was accidental.
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FRIDAY JUNE 25, 1948
J*istJhridliari
Truman Accepts
Immigration Bill
unued from Page 1)
following the outbreak of po-
began after that date.
Thi' measure also provides for
, migration of 3,000 displaced
s and 2,000 Czech political
refuge" s above the 200,000 figure.
i.oOO displaced persons now
in t. U.S. on temporary visas
will l>< permitted to remain in
this country as permanent im-
migrants under the terms of the
lie.
A Senate Appropriations sub-
committee recommended an al-
n of $3,500,000 for the com-
for the fiscal year be-
ginning July 1- It is believed here
that Ugo Curusi, former Immi-
gration and Nationalization Com-
ner, now an expert on DP
in the State Depart-
ment, will be appointed head of
the commission.
Government sources indicated
al least 1,800 immigration
i workers and investigators
ave to be hired for service
with American consulates in
These 1,800 would be in
n to special personnel
must be employed to
the so called "Volksdeuts-
o are to be admitted to
this country under the provisions
I'nnnri'ssional DP bill.
Emanuel Celler, one of
.: Senate-House conferees
who refused to sign the compro-
measure before it was sent
I!<>use for approval, esti-
that while 27,000 Volks-
persons of German
origin who lived in coun-
. (joining Germany before
the war and who returned to
G my after the war ended
will be permitted to enter the
i States during the next
two years, only about 6.000 Jew-
ish r< fugees will be able to gain
e during the same period.
During the debate in the Sen-
ate, prior to the measure's adop-
a voice vote, several Sen-
ators sharply criticized the bill
I limitation on the number
- f Jewish and Catholic immi-
who will be allowed to
enter the U.S. Senator Claude
Pepper charged that the bill, "in-
of welcoming DP's has
: tade written in to keep
tliem out." However, he and scv-
pral "her critics of the bill in
thi Si nate voiced the hope that
h/ic amendments" will
ded to it when the next
of Congress meets in Jan-
1949.
while, government sources
ted here that approximate-
ly 20 former U.S. Army trans-
will be placed at the dis-
zat ion to bring the refu-
mmigrants to these shores
at the rate of about 10.000 month-
ly The vessels will be manned
by U.S. Army personnel and will
n full operation by Novem-
The I.R.O. is expected to
iso the U.S. government
displaced persons' passage
United States at an annual
f SI8.000,000.
All major Jewish organizations
ssed dissatisfaction with the
bill to admit 205.000 displaced
to the United States with-
Ministerial Assn. |
Salntes Israel
Executive committee of the
Greater Miami Ministerial ,-issori-
ation recently passed a resolu-
tion saluting the state of Israel
;:nrl pledging its "unbounded as-
surance of support in the estab-
lishment" of the new state.
The proclamation declared
the committee's intention to
aid the "Security Council's de-
liberations to bring peace be-
tween the Jews and Arabs" by
urging the council "to forbid
any weapons for war be sent
into the Palestine territory" for
either side, "thereby strength-
ening the United Nations and
furthering the cause of per-
manent peace throughout the
world."
Addressed to the residents of
the Greater Miami area, the
statement called upon them to
"dedicate themselves to the task
of destroying fear of war and
disseminating the Four Freedoms
for all humanity."
Chertkof Replaces Stone
On Miami Round Table
Ceorge Chertkof has been
elected to represent tie J.
people of this area as one of the
three co-chairmen of the Miami
Round Table, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews. The
announcement was made bv Dr.
Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida di-
rector of the conference.
Chertkof. a Miami attorney, re-
places Alfred Stone.
New Jewish members of the
Miami Round Table are Mrs.
Monte Sehg, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Judge Harold B. Spaet,
Isaac Levin, Rabbi Irving I.e. r-
man, Dr. Jrss Spirer. Ral bi Cai-
man A. Zwitman. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Max Holtsberg, Harold
Turk, Milton Malakoff, Sam
Blank. Jacob Sher, David Phillips
and Max Orovitz.
PAGE FIVE
Debbs Girls Plan
Scavenger Hunt, Picnic
Another in a series of benefit
affairs Riven by Debbs chapter
of B'nai B'rith Young Women,
to help repay their delegates who
attended the district convention,
will be held tomorrow evening, 8
P.m. in the home of Mrs. Marx
erg, 2430 S.W. 25th St. It
will take the form of a scavenger
hunt and refreshments will be
served.
Del bs girls have also planned
a oienic for themselves and their
dates Sunday at Crandon park, 1
p.m. Members will pack lunches,
their escorts provide transporta-
tion and drinks.
In answer to an apoeal made
r*v Rabbi Irvino Lehrman at
Yiskor memorial services the
srond day of Shevuoth. a total
f $6,000 was pledged bv mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community center for the
state of Israel.
iMasada Groups
Hear Shapiro
At a special joint board meet-
ing of the Miami and Miami Beach
chapters of Masada, which will
take place on Thursday, July 1.
Harold George Shapiro will out-
line the organizational program
and educational activities of the
local groups in light of the new
and intensive programming ac-
tivities that are currently being
planned by the national executive
of Masada.
Shapiro, vice president and
chairman of the education and
program committee of the South-
eastern Masada Region, has jjst
returned from New York, where
he conferred with the executive
of the national organization. He
also met with the heads of the
Red Mogan Dovid in this country
(Israelian counterpart of the lied
Cross) and discussed Masada's
paiticipation in fund raising ac-
tivities for the Red Mogan Dovid.
In addition to local expansion
of the organization in the fields
of membership, education and
fund raising, intensive plans are
underway to organize a number
of the smaller Jewish communi-
ties in the state.
Rabbi Zwitman Receives
Merit Citation
Hebrew Union College, tl rough
its president. Dr. Nelson Glueck.
and the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, through Dr.
Maurice Eisendratt and Dr. Oscar
M. Lazrus. have forwarded a
Merit Cititation Certificate b>
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Mi-
ami "for his outstanding work in
advancing the cause of Reform
Judaism during the year 1947-48."
Under Rabbi Zwitman's lead-
ership, the citation reports
Religious Emphasis campaign
conducted throughout the nation
by the Hebrew Union Collegi
i Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, in connection with
the visit of Dr. Leo Baeck, presi-
dent of the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism, was the most
successful in the entire South and
in the Eastern Seaboard Region.
Human Rights
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
U.N, Commission on Human
Rights this week completed its
third session with its members
conceding that while its draft of
an international treaty guaran-
teeing all the accepted liberties
and basic freedoms would have
to be postponed until 1949, the
Human Rights Declaration re-
nts a vast improvement over
previous U.N. formulations.
Unveiling
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Irving
Jaco s will take place Sunday.
June 27. at 2:30 p.m. in Mt. Sinai
tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked
o attend.
Pioneer Miamian
Dies Al Home
Mrs. Minnie Rosenhouse, age
"4, of 1501 N.W. 14th St., passed
away suddenly in her home yes-
terday morning. She was a resi-
dent here for 26 years, coming
from Milton, Fla.
The deceased is survived by two
sons. Mose H. and David L., Mi-
ami attorney; three dauahters,
Misses Annie and Sarah Rosen-
house and Mrs. Dora Lyons, all
of Miami; and a brother, Aaron
Berman of Cleveland.
Active in communal work here,
the late Mrs. Rosenhouse was a
member of Beth David congrega-
tion.
Funeral services will be held to-
day at 2 p.m. in Gordon Funeral
chapel. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman of-
ficiating. Burial will be in Mt.
Nebo cemetery.
rlenre,
\i\ Ins
r-hfldrei
'MARY MATZ
*;">. p.is^'-a Huai at her rM-
:"" :.;ili si vVednewlay. Bur-
are her hutvband, Hamuel, and
i Max, FMward, Mis. .!" I risen,
Mrs. Joe Fretilin*, Mm Alvln Roth-
. Mrs Ben Unman, Mis Sylvan
Howard an.I Mrs Leon Pried Re-
mains were sent to Louisville, Ky.
by Riverside Memorial Chattel,
MOLLIE HOROWITZ
Age 65, ..r ;ii" Seventh St., Miami
Beach, died here Wednesday The
body enl in N.w y.'l< for burial
by tin- Riverside Memorial Chapel.
MAX ROTH
An. 71, i.r ;,-." i nil si.. Miami Bench,
:-i"'''i awn) Wtii .. -.1.1 \ hi his home.
The body was sen) bj Riverside Mem-
orial Chanel in New Yi>rk for services
and Interment.
PAULINE MEYER
Age I". i'f 1226 Drexel Ave., Miami
here Tuesday. The re-
mains w.ir s.-ni iii Sew York fur
ervlces snd burial by Riverside
iii :.il >?hape1.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 194a
Letters To The Editor
All Do It
Editor.
Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir:
In connection with Harry
Simonhoff's letter in the June
11 issue of the Floridian, advis-
ing that he attended a wedding
at a local synagogue and was
grossly shocked by hearing the
organ ring out with the tradi-
tional Bridal March from Lohen-
grin*, which always procedes
the procession to the altar, I
would like to point out that Mr.
Simonhoff. apparently, is un-
familiar with the fact that the
Bridal March from Lohengrin is
a sine qua non of any formal
wedding.
(Mr. Simonhoff cites Wagner's
anti-Semitism as reason for ban-
ning his Bridal March from syna-
gogues.)
I do not know what synagogue
Mr. Simonhoff is affiliated with,
and it doesn't matter here, but
in making a check-up of ALL of
the synagogues in the Greater
Miami area, they ALL advise
that the Bridal March is played
in their synagogues. And, this
holds true of the synagogues of
t. e nation as well, including such
orthodox strongholds as Brook-
lyn. Bronx and Brownsville.
Mr. Simonhoff, it appears, would
like to strike out the Bridal
March from wedding ceremonies
in synagogues. You can't do it,
Mr. Simonhoff, by writing a let-
ter to a newspaper and then
promptly forgetting about the
whole thing.
If you really want to do some-
thing constructive in the matter,
if you are zealous and have the
courage of your convictions, why
not take the matter up first with
your own Rabbi and through him,
in turn, with the local, state and
national rabbinical associations,
for their reaction and action.
Yours very truly,
MAX HOLTSBERG.
Amusing
Editor, Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
I read with a great deal of
amusement in your "Floridian"
issue of June 18, the reasons ad-
vanced by Messrs. -Kanner and
Bronston as to why they con-
tributed towards the campaign to
"Save the State of Israel." It
reminds me of a dispatch I read
of the capture of Arabs by out-
brave Haganah boys in Palestine
and the Arabs protesting that
they are friends and neighbors of
the Jews and meant them no
harm.
Let us all get behind Bronston
and Kanner and their Council
Against Judaism and shout "Hur-
rah for the U. S," for they are
the only true Americans. We,
who are more tiian 95'; of Amer-
ican Jewry, are not true and
loyal Americans. And while we
are at it, let's give Mr. Kanner
and Mr. Bronston each an Amer-
ican flag to wave. There must
be no mistake that they are
100'; Americans.
N. H. HANKOFF
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Mr. Fred K. Shochet,
Editor and Publisher,
The Jewish Floridian,
I read the article captioned
"Jewish Community Warned
against contributing to the Irgun"
in the June 11 issue of the Flor-
idian, with a quiet despair. Per-
haps that is what the writer of
that article intended, to create
despair. "What are these people
doing?" my heart cried. "Why
this program of destruction
amongst our own?" Suppose
organized Zionism does not ap-
prove of the activities of the Ir-
gun, although they accept their
accomplishments. and include
them in their Army wherever the
Irgun wishes to merge with them.
What is this thing that the
Community is warning its own
people against? Sending money
to the Irgun? How can they set
out on such a deliberate program
of destruction and sabotage? If
there are a group of people here
in Miami whose sympathies and
consciences impel them to try and
help this very needy sector of
the fighters for Palestine free-
dom, why this deliberate, shatter-
ing obstruction? Will the money
we may raise to help the Irgun
do harm to the Irgun? Or the
combined Army of Israel, or to
the state of Israel freedom ef-
fort? Must we be "disciplined"
as the Rabbi's in Miami insist?
And do we go around trying to
throw hazards in the way of the
work of our self-created oppon-
ents? Go thou your way, and do
what you can; and leave us in
peace to do our work as we see
fit. The aim of all should be to
help the Palestine fighters, ac-
cording to our convictions.
What clashing of words there
are from the Zionists about
moneys to go to the Irgun. Will
you let us go on record through
the columns of your paper that
we believe in our leader, Mena-
chim Beigin. He has led us from
victory to victory, and until such
time as word comes through from
him that he no longer looks to us
!or financial assistance, the work
of the AMERICAN LEAGUE FOR
A FREE PALESTINE in its all-
out commitment to support the
Irgun, will go on. regardless of
announcements from outside
quarters notwithstanding. I quote
the following from a June re-
lease, Tel Aviv, JTA:
"The Irgun issued a state-
ment explaining that it did not
dissolve as a political or mili-
tary organization, but has
merely entered the Hebrew
Army in the territory of Israel.
In Jerusalem and abroad, the
organization will continue its
activities, including fund-rais-
ing and the organization of a
freedom movement. The Dias-
pora headquarters of the Irgun
Zvai Leumi announces that no
changes have occurred in the
financial relations between Ir-
gun and Haganah. Should any
change occur an announcement
will be made by the Irgun."
So Mr. Shochet, I repeat, when
the announcement will come from
Menachim Beigin that they are
provided for financially, we will
happily stop. Until such a time,
our work will go on. If it is true
that the provisional government
is taking care of the Irgun's
needs, it should be an easy matter
for them to demand, and procure
such a statement from the Irgun.
That seems very simple.
Irgunized Zionism in Miami has
enjoyed the sun of local news-
paper space and publicity. Will
you exercise your fairness and
allow us to state our case and
our position in the next ,.,SUl (ll
the "Floridian." I ask that,
cause time is very pressing right
now.
There are many things I am
leaving unsaid in this letter 1
am trying to attack no one We
are merely being crushed here by
Miami Jewish officialdom it
seems it must have things run-
ning only its own way. \\
being crushed, and I am n
a stab at a chance to live, and be
able to help, where I know help
is terribly, achingly needed.
I am including herewith. a
copy of the latest issue nf the
"Answer," the official newspaper
of the American League
Free Palestine. In its column
can get a picture of our side Y
may take from it, and u
item you wish.
Very truly yours.
AMECHEI. r o
Member, Irgun Zvai Leumi
of Eretz Israel
American League to
Palestine,
322 Calumet Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
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rRlDAY. JUNE 25, 1948
I'll Say...
^J^isUhridian
PAGE SEVEN
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Franklin D. Roosevelt And The Jewish Vote
In H'28. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Mfficiently recovered from his
oolio attack, ran for the governor-
ship of New York. Gentile psy-
chologv has never given up the
fiction that Jews would only vote
for a fellow Jew. This was the
reason.nK of the Republican pol-
itic-Kins when they selected Al-
beit Ottinger as their candidate.
The deciding vote was close. An
all-out Jewish vote for Ottinger
would Have cost Mr. Roosevelt
his unique place in American his-
tory and the opportunity to ren-
der his vast services to humani-
ty. But the Jews bypassed the
candidate of their own religion
and helped to launch F.D.R. upon
his Illustrious career.
Mr. Roosevelt was served faith-
fully by the large number of
capable Jews with whom he sur-
rounded himself. Every time he
ran for office it has been esti-
mated that 90r'< of the Jewish
vote went to him. Even those
who boasted publicly that they
favored his opponent secretly
voted for him. Now Mr. ]{,,, e-
velt was perhaps the most
politician in American history
or he would not be the only |
dent to be elected four times. It
is an axiom in politics that sup-
porters must be rewarded. Let u:
see how F.D.R. paid lus debt to
the Jews.
The Palestine Issue
In this column I have ;i,
discussed Mr. Roosevelt's strange
silence during the Nazi pi
tions and exterminations of the
Jews. It might be argued that as
president he would not in'..
in the internal affairs ol
government. Moreover, as
mander-in-Chief of the American
Forces he was doiny his utmost
to defeat Hitler. Thi
by no means conclusive: yet, let
us accept it. Then u lit the
Palestine issue" Here he dealt
with American policy, as ex-
pressed by five presidents
him, joint resolutions in Congress
and pianks adopted in the Na
tional Conventions of both poli-
ell publicl; ,
' n numerou
weeks bei
ection I hi : lettei
v. r to th.
n at At:
He then su>

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phen,
eave th
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: it."
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ii
ich time a
prom
tine, the

ages to the Arab rule:
ountini it and n
. effect, th .'
promised publicly to the
Jews, nothing would be done to
I change the situation in Palestine."
Thi Arabs, adept in double talk
res quickly sensed the
le-in-the-cheek policy of
American diplomacy. Time and
again it has been pointed out
the British bureaucrats
and the American career men
I made il (! ar to the Arab Ef-
lliat they meant business
about ihi Jewish state, a world
of trouble and bloodshed would
averted.
In 1944 Mr. Roosevelt went to
to confer with Stalin and
Churchill. On his return he
t ipped at Cairo to see Ibn Saud.
at business did the presi-
d States have
with this desert bandit and his
Could he expect to
is irresistal le charm on the
lllllteiatu Arab, who did not un-
tand a word he said? This
a frii ndly gesture to
the M< slem world and acted as a
whitewash for the Arab.-, who
\"( le pro :'a/i i'. tie 'a ai until
they saw the democracies win-
ning. It served, perhaps, as a hint
to let the Mufti slip out of Allied
. to i nabic him to continue
his bloody work against the Jews.
This visit wa- followed by a
letter to "great and noble friend"
I'm Saud. promising that I
United States would do nothing
about Palestine- without first con-
sulting the Aral s. Why'.' For the
aid given by the Arabs during
tin war? Perhaps for their votes
in two gubernatorial and four
(.residential elections. Or was it
to help the Standard Oil Com-
pany m getting oil concessions in
Arabia'.' The New Dealer had,
evidently, forgotten all about
Economic Royalists.
In all fairness I must quote
Rabbi Wise, who told me that
Jimmy Byrnes said, "Roosevelt,
at death's door, was no longer
aware of his actions when he
signed the letter to Ibn Saud."
(JFWF Appoints
>ow Director,
>lovs Office
The appointment of Alvin
in as director of the
..stern States Region of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds was an-
nounced by Marx Borod of Mem-
phis, regional president.
At the same time, Mr. Borod
announced a decision to move the
Regional office from New Orleans
to Atlanta. The move, which will
take- place early in July, will
place the Region headquarters in
a central position in relation to
the communities of the area.
Formerly executive director of
the St. Louis Jewish Employment
and Vocational Service, Mr.
Bronstein has had varied experi-
n the social service field.
Tl e Southeastern States Re-
gion includes 30 communities in
Alal ama, Arkansas, Florida,
id, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi
and Tennessee.
In -> rvicing member communi-
li. Bronstein will provide
rial consultation on prob-
community organization
ogning, and social services.
The wide range of CJFWF in
forn ation and experience in Jew
ish communal life also will be
made available to communities
Hadassah B & P Women
To Hear Rabbi April
Rabbi Simon April of the Mi
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, will discuss "Judaism and
U New State of Israel" at the
next cultural meeting of Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Division, Miami chapter of Ha-
b, it has been announced
by Miss Rosalyn Klein, president.
The group will meet at 8:30 p.m.
Monday, at the new Miami
VMHA. Mrs. Harvey Brock, cul-
tural chairman for the group, is
arge of arrangements for
the evening.
Alrin Bronstein
Beach Civic League
Plans Annual Affair
Annual dinner dance and show
of the Civic League ol Miami
Beach will take place at the
Beachcoomber, June 29, at which
time James Halley Ruby is to be
installed as president.
A full program of ei tei
ment has been prepare d. C
man of the affair is Carl I
ner, assisted by Henry Green a: e:
Jack Ehrlich.
Reservations may I e ma< i
lending $5.00 to the' league
or by calling Gardner at 5-34(13
Aii members and their frien
in\ ited.
Masada Swim Dance
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A gala I 1):,;,' swim-dan
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by the M
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can hotel, Miami Beach.
Chairman of th
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pub!:. man.
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Congressman George A. Smath-
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at a July 4 Americanism rally in
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Miami Beach lodge of B'nai
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Events are scheduled to begin at
5:15 p.m.
According to Preside:.t Harry
Zukernick, civic, service and vet-
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vited to participate- in the affair
which is open to the general
public.
A isting Isen with arrange-
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Sam W. Shapiro, Barnitt Becker-
man, David Pavlow, Daniel M.
Broad, Walter C. Kuvr.er, Harold
Zinn, Meyer Teigman and Jules
P. Channing.
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+Jelst ncrkflar
FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1948
Personally Speaking...
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet flew to Syracuse Tuesday to visit her
mother and brother there. Judge Spaet is expected to join her
in New York Sunday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff are leav'ng Sunday for the
West Coast, via New York. Plans are to visit Mrs. Malakoff's
mother in Seattle, Washington, where they will leave their
daughter to enter Reed College in the fall. The Malakoff's will
return about August 15.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanter and Mrs. Sally Gardner left
Monday for a motor trip to Los Angeles. They will be gone
four months.
* *
Leaving by motor Tuesday for a trip north through New
York and Maryland were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman, and
their daughter Esther.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes and daughter, Barbara Ann,
of M ami Beach are leaving for an extended South American
cruise.
* *
Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer left Sunday for New
York to visit his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Josepher Kelemer in
Boro Park, Brooklyn. They will attend the National Zionist con-
vention in Pittsburgh, to which the cantor is a delegate from
the Beach district. After that Cantor Kelemer plans to take a
special course in liturgical music at Hebrew Union college,
Cincinnati, and then attend the Brandeis Camp for Dance and
Music in Santa Susana, Calif.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger and family left Tuesday for
Passaic, N. J., to attend the wedding of their son, Irwin, to Miss
Irene Feinberg of that city. The wedding will take place July 4
in Temple Emanu-El. After an extended honeymoon, the couple
will make their home at 2145 S.W. 14th St.
-*
Ruth Brotman, member of the Canadian Women's Press
club and the Canadian Authors association, is flying to Mon-
treal for a reunion in the Laurentian mountains, Quebec. She
will be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. N. Brotman, who has
spent the winter with her at Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaplan and son. Mickey, have left
Miami Beach for the smmer. Mickey will be at Camp Summit
Lake, Stroudsburg, Pa., while his parents travel into Canada,
the New England states and various cities in the East.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero of 1045 Euclid Ave., M ami
Beach, left for the North to visit their children in New York
and Connecticut. They plan to return the early part of Sep-
tember.
* *
Mrs. Herbert Scher and sons, Stanley and Frederick, are
attending a family reunion and several weddings in Louisville,
Ky. They left Miami last Thursday. Frederick was recently
graduated from Miami High school, sixth in his class. He was
the only speaker at commencement.
* -* -*
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans have left for a three weeks vaca-
tion. They plan to tour Georgia and Florida and then continue
to Virginia Beach where they will be the guests of the Presi-
dent's convention of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Follow-
ing the convention, the Ganses will go to Black Mountain, N. C.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin attended the wedding of the r
son, Joseph, to Miss Harriet Freed in Minneapolis, June 20.
After the wedding the Bulbins drove through Wisconsin and
Chicago and will visit their son, Fred in Virgin.a before re-
turning home the first week in July.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips have left Miami with plans for
a three-month trip around the world visiting Honolulu, China,
Japan. India, Egypt, Italy and France. Before boarding the S.S.
President Polk in San Francisco they intend to travel through
the North and visit in Los Angeles.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Venetzky of 2110 S.W. 14th Terr, have
left for a four months vacation. They will visit relatives in New
York and Middle Village and spend the rest of the summer at
Monticello, N. Y.
* *
Mrs. Leon Lieberman is in Newark, N. J., spending the
summer with her family. While there she will take several
courses at the Stale Teachers college. Mr. Lieberman is to join
her in six weeks and they will motor back to Miami late in
Auqusi.
* *
Sidney Palmer "and his daughter and son, Elane and
Morton, left Sunday for two weeks in New York. On their return
trip they will stop in Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg of 1530 West Ave., Miami
Beach, are leaving Sunday for New York to visit relatives. They
will attend the Zionist convention in Pittsburgh in July, and take
a trip West before returning in the fall.
All correspondence to the Jewish National Fund for Mr.
Goldberg are referred during his absence to Dr. Lipkind at 944
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
M *
Miss Gloria Goodman was honored at a "Sweet 16" birth-
day party recently on the roof of the Atlantis hotel. The party
was given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Goodman of
1530 West Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Badanes,
Ferdinand Phillips
Exchange Vows
United in marriage by a double
ring ceremony Sunday, June 20.
.,t the Garden restaurant, were
Miss Bernyce Rita Badanes and
Ferdinand Phillips.
Their garden wedding was per-
formed by Rabbi Max Shapiro
under a canopy of white gladioli
Fogels Spend Summer
At Wisconsin University
Under an ar*ch of palms and
ferns studded wUh white flowers.
Miss Yvette Jewel Margulies and
Benjamin Fogel were united June
15 in the Caribbean hotel. Rabbi
Max Shapiro pronounced the
nuptial rites of the candlelight
ceremony, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney S- Margulies of 1837 S.W.
14th St. chose Miss Florence Feld-
man as maid of honor. Ben Cohn,
uncle of the bride, served as best
man.
A dinner in the hotel for the
wedding guests followed the cere-
monies.
Now on a 10-day trip to Madi-
son. Wisconsin, the newlyweds
plan to attend the University of
Wisconsin over the summer. Upon
their return they will reside at
2161 S.W. 14th Ten-
Mrs. Fogel, a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High school and Beth
David Talmud Torah. attended
Northwestern university and the
University of Miami. She is sec-
retary-treasurer of Habonim, sec-
retary of Poale Zion and a past
vuv prtsident of Dorothy Born-
stein Girls of B'nai B'rith.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs.
Moily Fogel of Lakewood. N. Y..
m a graduate of Bronx High
school of science and will be a
senior at the University.
Mrs. Benjamin Fugcl
David IMinkrrs
Reside At Beach
Following their honeymoon at
the Hyde Park hotel, David
Mrs. Ferdinand Phillips
and fern surrounded by palms.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, a long friend
of the groom's family, delivered
the benediction.
Given in marriage by her
lather, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Badanes of 126 S.W.
9th Ave. was attended by her
sister. Miss Florence Badanes. as
maid of honor.
Mr. Phillips, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Phillips.
1023 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
chose as best man, his uncle,
Norman Mervis.
Miss Adrienne Atkins, niece of
the bride, kept the guest book.
Dinner in the ristaurant for
v idding guests followed the cere-
i> onies.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school. Mis. Phillips at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Phillips attended schools in-
Cin< inr.atti and served four and
one-half years overseas with the
Army Air Force Transport Com- \
man'J
Sholom before Rabbi Leon I
ish.
Of particular note was I
that the bride, a popular local
4>soprano, was soloist at the wiel-
ding. Musical background was
supplied by Hy Fried at the or-
gan. A catered buffet din
the temple followed t
monies.
Mrs. Drucker chose Mrs. Milton
Grusmark as matron of honor.
Ted Nelson, brother i
bride served as best man.
included Irwin Kott. I.<
Weinstein, Martin Greenbaum,
Milton Grusmark and Donald
Nelson.
A recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, the formei Miss
Nelson also attended Curtis I
stitute of Music in Philaci-
The groom is now studying law
rt tlie university. He was
charged with the rank of i
in the Maiine Corps aft'
years service.
Mrs. David Drucker
Drucker and his bride of May
29, the former Miss Judith R.
Nelson, are residing at 7723 Tatum
Waterway Drive, Miami Beach.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Nelson of 1320 Michigan
Ave. and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sigmund Drucker, 536 Lincoln
Rd., all of Miami Beach, ex-
changed vows in Temple Beth
Martin Lundy, Bride
Honeymoon In Carolinas
Now honeymooning in the
Carolinas are Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Lundy. newlyweds of las'
Sunday who exchanged vows in
the Atlantis hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman pronounced the candle-
light nuptial rites.
The former Miss Marilyn Eisen-
lerg. daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Irving Eisenberg, 836 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., Miami Beach, chose
her sister, Miss Tina Eisenbei g as
maid of honor and an aunt. Mis.
Gertrude Mandel, matron of
honor. Also attending her were
another sister. Joyce, and Miss
Shirley Wolf, bridemaids.
Jerry Lundy served as best nr.n
for his brother, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Lundy, 1329 Penn-
sylvania Ave., Miami Beach.
Ushers included Arthur Book-
binder, Seymour Gladstone and
Joey Lundy, cousin of the bride-
groom.

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FRIDAY. JUNE 25,
1948
*Jiri(ftor)
llabbi Lehrman l'iiii PAGE NINE
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Suit;
Personally Speaking
Ben NoSvinTrV?aZer ]f Sunday b* car with Mr" Mrs.
of that cTv ,rhChlca1f1t visit cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Winert
mJ ?S& They wlU also a,,e"d the weddinq of Miss Arlene
IZll 1 'saT' Kea,CKh ,0 \eil Weiner f Chicago0 u^e 27 Their
SSlJV? 9 0rleans-bringing ,hem home
.. *
tK (.a,Ca"nin?,at Duncragaan Inn. Hendersonville. N. C, are
the followmg Miamians: Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohen. Mrs. Elea-
RnJI va,Tan a"dJdau,3h,er. Ann Eileen. Mrs. S. Friedman. Mrs.
Hose Vitsky and daughter. Annette. Miss Stella Berman and
ur. Lharles Beckwitt.
M *
Mr and Mrs. Milton Friedman returned Tuesday night from
a trip which began with the B'nai B'rith Fifth district convention
in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Friedman and their two sons. Ronald
and Kenneth visited her family in Columbia, S. C Mr. Friedman
, joined them from New York for the return trip.
They were accompanied here by a sister. Miss Irene Stern,
who will spend several weeks with the family. The Friedmans
also celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary on Wednes-
* *
Home for the summer is Miss Naomi Machtei, a student at
Florida State university, Tallahassee. Before returning here she
joined her parents, Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, in New York
City, and then attended a wedding of a sorority sister in Jack-
sonville.
Miss Machtei has joined the staff of the Jewish Floridian,
for the summer months.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Klugman of Savannah are visiting
their son-in-law and daughter, the Charles Adelmans of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Fenster of 610 8th St.. Miami Beach, are
vacationing at the Shelborne hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Charles M. Freefield has resumed his studies at the Uni-
Miss Blair. Chicagoan
Say Nuptial Vows
Thv recent marriage of their
daughter, Miss Phyllis Blair, to
Marshall M. Sager, has been an-
nounced by Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
I. Blair of 6880 Harding Ave. Mr.
Sager is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Norman Sager, Chicago.
Rabbi Jacob Ott performed the
ciremony in Anshe Emet syna-
gogue in Chicago.
Following their honeymoon in
New York and Niagra Falls the
ncwlyweds are now residing in
Chicago.
Miss Judith Levenson
Engaged To Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levenson
of 512 12th St., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Judith, to Allen I.
Freedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Freedman of Buffalo, N.
Y. The wedding will take place on
August 22. in Buffalo.
oneymooning in New kept the guest book.
y ... are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald] Dinner in the Colony restaurant
3oltz, the former Miss Ros-1followed the wedding.
th, who exchanged vows M,... Soltz ,,u,... yersity of Miami following his recent convalescence in Pratt
inthi home of Rabbi Irving Lehr- C0nege, the Univi f Havana,
ni..n late Sunday afternoon. The|.ind g A
the daughter of Mr. and j from ,-,.,. ,-,. .
Frank Worth, 1061 Michigan L ,,, fSigma
the groom, son of Mrs. Mar-
Matanzas hotel, Miami
I
Following their four-week trip.
the newlyweds will reside at 1045
; St Miami Beach.
Louis Braeman, aunt of
was matron of honor.
Sidney Soltz served as best
Is twin brother.
: rial grandparents of the
: Miss Worth, Mr. and Mrs.
ti Goldberg, Miami Beach,
also in the wedding pro-
>n.
and Mrs. Hy Fried served
inist and soloist, respec-
tively.
.ling the small double
i mony was a reception
Worth home, attended by
than 100 friends of the
Miss Beverly Raphael
Delta Pi, national Spanish hon >r
ty. she i- a mem: er <>f the
Clara Hirsch Landau chapti r til
B'i ai B'i it and vice
of the Mian Bi unit ol
Junior Hadassah ol which
was reci tly cl sen donor
work on sevi ral I
tinian projects.
A for r .Miami Smior High
sc! ""l student, Mr. Soltz is now
a senior ai thi Univi rsity of Mi-
ami w M. n i ring in busi-
ness administration. During the
war he served in the United
st ites Signal C< %'-
years.
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Sarah Braemai and Dr.
el Finkelstein, New Y t;
I Levinsoi Havana, Cul a; M s
Henrietta Mendelsohn, Detroit.
General hospital.
* +
A Bris was held for Sidney Allan Pepper Sunday, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper, born May 29 in Jackson Memorial
hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated in the home of the
parents, 1600 S.W. 16th Ave.
* *
A daughter, Lynn Susan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Marks of 7740 Tatum Waterway Dr., Miami Beach, on May 29.
* *
John Wolford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Asaltman of 655
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, was born June 2.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis celebrated their silver wed-
ding anniversary Sunday with a party for friends and relatives.
* *
Mrs. Rose Komoroff of 1612 S.W. 11th St. is now visiting
her sons, Irving and Samuel, and their families, in New York
City. She is expected back the middle of July.
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*Jenisti ncridian
FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1948
Record Number
Appealing To State
Welfare Board
With an unprecedented number
of Aid to Dependent Children ap-
plications continuing to be re-
ceived, the State Welfare Board
has found it necessary to take
immediate action changing its
policies so that every resource
within the family group be used
in order to stay within funds ap-
propriated until the next session
of the legislature. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of District 9 Wel-
fare Board was advised by Emmet
Safay. chairman of the State Wel-
fare Board.
It was further stated that the
present high cost of living, which
is having a disastrous effect upon
persons with limited or no in-
come, is causing many families to
seek assistance from the State
Welfare Board as the only n-.
of providing the bare necessities
of life. As a result of the large
number of applications being ap-
proved for Aid to Dependent
Children, more than 18,000 fam-
ilies would be placed on the rolls
during the month of June. This
is the maximum number which
can be carried during the next
fiscal yeai at the present avi
grant "Under the circumstances
the State Welfare Board found
it necessary to either further re-
strict its eligibility requirements
relating to parental support and
care or wit:.:.old approving any
more applications regardless of
r.eed." Mr. Safay stated.
"The board recognizes the fact
that the present average grant
will not meet one hundred per
cent of the minimum need of Aid
to Dependent Children families,
and for this reason first consider-
ation should hence-forth be given
to families that have little or no
available resources." Mr. Safay
concluded.
Eban Israeli Representative To UN;
Youngest Delegate Of Youngest State
Youngest delegate at the United Nations and representative of
the youngest state in the world is the double distinction held by
Aubrey S. Eban. representative of the provisional government of
Israel at Lake Sueii>-
Born in Capetown. South Africa, 33 years ago. Mr. Eban wis
educated at Cambridge University, England, where he graduated
with triple first class honors and
became a faculty member for re-
search in Arabic and Persian lit-
erature. During the war he served
with the British forces a.- an in
fantry officer and in 1941 becam<
a political officer attached to
General Headquarters, Cairo, for
service in Palestine.
On demobilization he continued
to reside in Jerusalem as chiel
instructor of the Middle East Ci n
tie of Arabic Studies established
for training administrators and
diplomats for Near Eastern serv-
ice.
In 1942, he toured the Arab part
of Palestine lecturing in Arabic
at Nablus. Jcnin and Nazareth to
win support for the Allied cause.
In 1946. he accepted Dr. Chaim Wcizmann's invitation to join
\. e service of the Jewish Agency in which his work was devoted
largely to the study of Arab-Jewish relations. Since the Palestine
problem came before the United Nations, he has been one of the
Jewish representatives at the international forum, serving as official
liaison officer with UNSCOP in Palestine and Geneva, and with the
UN Palestine Commission at Lake Success. He has assisted Dr.
Hillel Silver and Moshe Shertok in the preparation of the
Jewish case before the General Assembly and the Security Council.
Mr. Eban is the author of numerous writings on Near Eastern
affairs including studies in modern Arabic literature, social and
cultural problems of the .Near East, and Arab-Jewish relations. He
recently pubh.-hed the fust English translation of an Arabic novel
by the Egyptian writer Tewfik al Hakim, and is clue to publish a
"Middle East in World Politics "
Richard Tucker, one of the
leading tenors with the Metro-
politan Opera Company, has been
signed by Paramount on a one-
| picture deal. He'll make a musi-
cal for Paramount with the com-
pany holding options to renew.
Tucker was auditioned and ticket-
ed during the Met's recent en-
gagement series in Los Angeles.
Incidentally, he's a brother-in-
law to Jan Peerce, another well-
known Met star.
book on the
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Address Levin Lodge
Noted cartoonist. Leonard San-
sone. author of "The Wolf," a
popular wartime cartoon, will
dime the program of enter-
tainment at a member dinner
sponsored by Isaac Levin lodge.
B'nai B'rith. on Thursday, July 1.
7:30 p.:r... at Harvey's Restaurant.
I7.l Biscayne Blvd. Sansonc is
i give a "chalk-talk." illustrat-
ing comic-cartoon situations.
..nnual dinner has been
planned for the members of the
lodgi ttee headed by
Martin Rot i. He will be assisted
by Donald Luiiett, vice president,
Paul Giassel. Steve Davis. Stan-
ley .ind Morton Perry.
Christians, Jews
Council Meets
In Switzerland
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presi-
dent, and Dr. Henry Noble Mai
Cracken. co-chairman of the In-
ternational Council of Christians
and Jews, sailed for Europe on
the Mauretania Friday to attend
the International Summer Con-
terence at Fribourg. Switzerland,
it was announced here today at
the office of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
The International Council is
working in Germany, France,
Switzerland. England, Italy, Den-
mark, Sweden. Belgium, Holland
and Luxembourg. Plans are un-
der way for incorporating educa-
tion in intergroup relations in the
school programs of many of these
countries. On June 28-29 there
will be a special meeting in Eng-
land of the delegates who now
constitute the International Coun-
cil to examine the proposals for
a charter and by-laws for a per-
manent organization.
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P^nAY. IUNE 25. 1948
MrS Stanley C. Myers, of Mi-
mj has been appointed a rr.em-
;'.', committee formed by the
Welfare Board at a meeting
Saturday. The group
ill study way of strengthening
*-Je*ricfkn
thi program
of the board.
A Bronze Star for "heroic
achievement" has been awarded
MSthumously to 2nd Lt. Nathan
\ Ail/, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Samu.1 Aronovitz, 3922 Garden
Avi. I.I. Aronovitz. who was
yiled in action in 1945 in Ger-
man) was a forward observer
with the field artillery.
nses to practice pharmacy
jn Florida have been granted to
Samuel W. Rosenblatt, of Opa
. and Joseph Cohen, of Mi-
ami.
The American Jewish Adventure
(C*i\nt 1 >i tnr\ t'.- .... n. .... ***
PAGE ELEVEN
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenbaum.
3414 Prairie Ave., were hosts Sat-
urday to 500 guests, gathered in
of the members of the Ala-
: maceutical Association.
,ing feted in this ares
the S mtheast Florida Phai -
... al Association.
'Continued from Page 3
Lock at mo Jewish Centei ,i
its functioning I est. It pn
outlets for at' letics and n
tion. It provides wholesome en-
vironment for social contact tx
tween voung .Jews and Jewesses
It builds club leadership
in mutual discussion and in the
interplay of mind upon mind,
lonely and urbanized individual
Jews achieve a sense of status and ,
of purpose within
able circle of a club
There o nerges the
leadership and followership es-
sential to every social fom
and pattern.
Through group work i ere
emei ges a desiral le competition
for status, competition in .
and in dramatics, the harmless
expression of the ego-drives sub-
limated rather than primitive and
violent. And out of that group
togetherness then emerges
wiii 111 and an intimati sense of
happiness, of shared experience,
of value, for the young Jew ai d
the older Jew alike.
Sometimes I think that we
ipy and a I
I e the J. w
and
the di
ol
Centei
antidote to
personalization
\:. 83 year record of Massa-
tts Institute of Technology
I assed this year when
Samuel Levin, of 1448
ia Ave., graduated
with a straight A in his grades.
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Levin, owners of the Penn
Pharmacy, will start work
khaven National Labora-
tory, doing research in atomic
em I -
occurring in the
many of our voung
11 and Jewi eel thai
they belong nowhi
cared for by no oni
Mak( no mistake about it!
! : ;- ii : ountry
the manage- are experiencing maladjustment
ub, a forum, '" ,n,lr Jewishness every day.
e pattern of feelmg thi
ting the bread of thi
witl I el itterl
An erii ai Jev
their daily task! h it
an ii finit
and fatigui
they : : :
as th >u'4h

N thi J who
on principle do not v..
at home any Jewishly
speaking Thi i
their maladjustments. Thi .
happy in
lienation. Son
if thi ed by a
and
ti I individuals, and where they
can achieve the dignity of inti r-
wovenness, the possibilities of
new ego status, and through re-
tion and informal Jewish ed-
ucation transform themselvi s
from minimal and marginal Jews
into potentially valuable creal
ol a new and rich American Jev:
ish community life in this coun-
try. The Jewish Center is an
agency, in my judgment of in-
tegration, personality develop-
ment, group healing: an instru-
ment for the attainment of physi-
cal, recreational and educational '
healthy mindedness as American
Time for Spiritual Offensive
The sociological need for es-
cape froi alonenes
it the pn requisites for
Jewish sanity in the future. There
is an ible need for spirit-
ual affirmation which the J>
quipped to give and |
should not attempt to give, but]
h the synagogue must pro-,
vide
i ime has come for us in \
I to take the spirit-
ual offensiveto assert that our.'
tmeSS has profound el
and intelleetural significance not
only for ourselves but for all of
humanity.
(To Be Continued Next Week)
Sometimes I think that wi
American Jews have been ab .. .
lately blind and deal, psycho ar( .
logically speaking. We have ... I ... an .,. ,jv.
sufficiently unde tood that I
Jew needs outlet for I is play
stincts as well as for a other., superb roie in bringing
West Miami Center
Announces Plans
Officers of the West Miami
. Center, newly organized
in the west area of Miami,
[arry Klein, president; Til-
dc-n Corenblum, vice president;
.. Fisher, recording secre-
Henrietta Randall, corre-
sponding secretary; and Steven
treasurer,
board of directors include
I layer, Irma Papier, Ruth
1., ... Morton M. Beigel, Mat-
i: Slepin and Milton Brand.
organization has created a
building fund and anticipates a
ership of 50 within the next
Charter members will in-
all those joining by June
30.
of the new center include
u religious school to be opened
ptember, purchase of land
instruction of a synagogue-
Scope of the organization
includes charitable) religious and
cultural projects.
achievements. Recreation is by no
means to be despised, I
down upon, regarded as u:.im-
portant or superfluous. Two ol
the distinguishe I psychoan
of our time, Karl Menningei ol
Topeka. and Franz Alexander o
Chicago, have both pointed out
that where men and women do
not know how to play they als
do not know how to work
and non-neurotically.
BlesLec1 Relief
As a matter of fact, when w
engage in athletic competiti
participate in dramatics, in
in some outlet for our non-utili
tarian impulses, we at tl i
time find a blessed n
much of the hostility and thi
anger which is bottled up v
us bv our highly competitivi
often frustrating industrial civil- j
ization. We find in play and re- j
creation a salve [or the wounds
inflicted upon our minds and oui
hearts in the outer '.v..rid Wi
find ourselves ii a permissive en-
vironment, no longer judged I y
the time dork of emploj
of efficiei
The Jewisl C nter can bring
wisdom and psychic health I
feeling ol significant beloi
ess to hundreds of thousan
Jews all over the country in the
fields both ol recn itioi and ol
inform il Jewish education. I se
'the Jewish Center, then, as a
the brea the
to these multitudes who for on<
reason or
their outlets in ol
tional must
look also to other '
:;. needs dil
ent from tl ose that the Center
can satisfy
The Jewish Centi r i an and
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a place to which and
and adults can
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PAGE TWELVE
Jewisti ncrkUnn
FRIDAY. JUNE 25.
1948
Federation Names
Executive, Budget
Committees
Names of the membership of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's executive committee
and budget committee for the
year ending in May. 1949, were
made public yesterday by Jacob
Sher, president of the Federa-
tion.
The executive committee, named
at a special meeting of the board
of governors on June 10, con-
sists of: Jack Albin, Sam Blank,
George Chertkof, Dorothy Fink,
Moses Ginsberg. E. Max Gold-
stein. Abe Goodman, Leon Kap-
lan. M. J. Kopelowitz. Sidney Lef-
court. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Ben Mey-
ers. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Max Orovitz. David
Phillips, Samuel Rivkind, Herbert
Schrr. Monte Selig, Mrs. Monte
Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Jacob
Sher. Wm. D. Singer. Joseph P.
Stein. Carl Weinkle, and Rabbi
Colman Zwitman.
On the budget committee.
chosen at the same meeting of
the board, are: Dr. David Andron.
I-eo Chaikin, Charles H. Cohen.
Dr. Frank Coret. Mrs. Max Dob-
rin. Joseph Duntov. Dr. Stanley
Frehling, Maurice Furman, Jos-
eph Gardner, Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Sholom Party At
Robert Richter
Mi's. Bessie Nelson
Mrs. Bessie Nelson, chairman
of the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood splash party to be held
Tuesday evening. June 29, at the
Robert Richter hotel, beginning
3:30 p.m.
She is being assisted by Mrs.
Belle Goldstrich and Mrs. Rose
Weinstock. in arranging music,
swimming contests, entertainment
and an auction sale of both valu-
able and amusing gifts.
Sunny Kay, comedian from the
Samuel Goldman, Stuart Gordon. I Balkan room of the Atlantis, will
Lawrence Levensor.. Dr. Louis
Lytton. Max Meisel, Harry Rabe.
Morton Russack, Samuel T.
Sapiro. I. S. Shapoff. Alfred
Stone and Louis Wolfe.
President Sher also arnounced
the appointment of the following
committee chairmen: budget. Max
Meisel; collections, M. J. Kopelo-
witz: campaign planning. Stanley
C. Myers and publicity, Mrs.
Dorothy Fink.
The next meeting of Federa-
tion's executive committee will
be held Thursday, July 8. be-
ginning at 3:30 p.m. at Federation
headquarters. Principal business
of the meeting will bo election
of a nominating committee and
official announcement of all com-
mittee appointments.
feature the evening's program.
Proceeds of the affair will go
towards the support of the Tem-
ple religious school.
Temple Isaiah Hears
Dr. Andrew Gottschall
Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall will
he guest speaker at the Friday
evening services of Temple Isaiah
tonight, according to an announce-
ment by Harold Shapiro, presi-
d< nt of the new congregation and
chairman of the board of di-
rectors. Subject of his address is
to be "I Confess."
In the absence of Rabbi David
Raab. spiritual leader of the tem-
ple who is attending a conven-
tion of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis in Kansas
City, Missouri, Richard Hirsch, a
student at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnatti, will cona-ict
services.
Tonight's service will begin a'
8:15 p.m. at 4925 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach. The public is in-
vited.
Zionist District
In Coral Gables
Another link was added to the
hain of the Zionist Organization
of America in the Greater Mi-
ami area this week with the crea-
tion of a new district organized
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar C. Lelchuk. 1414 Alhambra
Circle. Coral Gables,
er and3i-
Shepard Broad was guest speak-
er and Harold Shapiro presided.
Both are Miami Beach district
members. Also present from the
Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Fishman and Mrs. Broad.
The following officers were
elected: president, Sol Sanders:
vice president, Morris Enzer; sec-
retary. Sheldon Lelchuk, and
treasurer. Lester Toloff.
Jewish residents of Coral Gables
ind adjoining areas are urged to
'omc to future meetings. Inter-
ested parties mav call Sheldon
Lelchuk, secretary, 4-3840, to
have their name placed on the
-nailing list so that notices of
meetings and activities can be
'orwarded.
Orthodox Sisterhood
Schedules Boatride
Members of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Sisterhood have plan-
ned a moonlight cruise to begin
at Pier 6 of the Miami Yacht
Basin Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m
According to Mrs. Charles Stahl.
president of the sponsoring group,
the ride is to be aboard the yacht
Seminole Queen II and will in-
clude dancing and entertainment.
Proceeds of the evening are to
benefit the congregation building
fund.
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Sholem Luncheon
Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney.
will be guest speaker at the
weekly luncheon of Sholem lodge.
B'nai B'rith, this afternoon at
12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club
Seybold Arcade. Subject of his
address will be "A Discussion of
the Recall."
YIS Meets Tuesday
You-g Israel synagogue group
will meet Tuesday night in the
Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Martin Genet, presiding officer
of the monthly Zionist area meet-
ings in Beth Jacob, will address
the group.
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Bervicea Friday evening al 8:15 p.m.
in thi- absence of Rabbi Raab, Richard
Hirsch win conduct the services.
<;uet speaker, I>r Andrew \V. QottS-
chall, will address the congregation
on the .subject "l Confess."
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St;
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at Bits' p.m.
Rabbi Bwltman will conduct services,
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at 8:00.
Speaker to be announced.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington Are.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evenlna service at IMS, Sat-
urday morning service ;it M Bar
Hltsvaha of Harry, son of .Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Bailey; Oeorge, eon of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Romei and
Bernard, son Of Mr. and Mrs Sam
Sacks Rabbi Mescheloff trill address
the conflrmands. Mlncha at 6:45. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will speak on the Por-
tion of the Week Bummer sessions
of the Rellclc.us School from 10 a.m.
to l p.m. Registration now in progress.
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Baclcovsky.
Friday evening services m.": Satur-
day mornliiK at 8:30 I m. Mlncha at
G:3 p.m. Maariv at 7:15.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at t 1."..
Saturday morning at !> a.m. Rabbi
April will speak on "The Portion of
the Week." Mlncha at 6 p.m. followed
by snalos Seudos. Rabbi i;i speak
on "Ethics of Our Fathers." Hebrew
school 9 a.m. till IS noon.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at | |g
Saturday at 9 a.m. Mar MitSVah of
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Schwartz, and Robert Fisher, son of
Mrs. f Bernstein Mlncha at 6:.io
p.m, followed by Sllalos Seudos
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Services Friday evening at 6::. p.m
Sabbath services at v.in a tn. Regis-
tration for summer Hebrew school
a .< a in. M..n.lav. Class dally, Mon-
la> through Thursday, : a.m. to i
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 8:30,
Saturday morning service t r rn,
''abb! I.chrnian will preach on the
Weekly Portion ..f the Law. Hebrew
reltrloti* school '. to \? noon,
Jewish Community Center.
7020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabb:
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at R;1S
tahbl Kaufman "ill address the eon-
regatlon, Saturday services at in
i.m.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
T.eon Kronish; Cantor
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at ii p.m.
Organizational committee of Temple Isaiah, the new Reform
Jewish congregation of Miami Beach, is shown at the signing of
their charter, June 8. Left to right are Attorney Alfred Kreisler
vice president; Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader; Circuit Judge
Marshall C. Wisehart: Attorney Harold Shapiro, president; Richard
Goodman, treasurer; and Dr. Seymour Kreisler. secretary.
Samuel
Mizrachi Parties
Benefit Israel
A total of $135 was raised by
Tnmara chapter of Mizrachi
Women, for aid to children in
Palestine, at the groups recent
swim dance and barbecue held
at the home of Mrs. T. B. Landes-
man. Miami Beam. Mrs. Charles
Turk is president of the organ-
ization.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs
of 2320 S.W. 25th St.. were hosts
at a card party sponsored recent-
ly bv the Miami chapter, Miz-
rachi organization. Entire pro-
ceeds of $136 was sent to Ha
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Westview Obtains
177 Acres For
Country Club
Westview Country club has
purchased a 177-acre property
from Louis Krensky and David
Phillips to he developed into a
private club, located at N.W. 27th
Ave. and Gratigny road.
Officials of the organization
have stated that they hope to
have the golf course and club-
house ready for use bv Jan. 1.
A. A. Ungar is president of t .
Westview club and other officers
are Mitchell Wolfson. vice presi-
dent; Joe Weintraub, secretary:
Leonard Ahess, treasurer. Mem-
bers of the boacd of directors are
William Taradash. Sidney Meyer,
Alvin Grief, Herbert Stoiner. Har-
old Landfie'd. Hal Pelton, Arthur
Friedman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
and Jack Ablin.
Mor many years a "ghost" golf
course, the old Golf Park Coun-
try club is considered to have
one of the finest club buildings
in the country, and included on
the grounds are a swimming pool,
cabanas and tennis courts.
Plans for the new club include
addition of stables and bridle
oaths, use of 100.000 feel of top
soil to improve the golf course
which is to have seven water
holes, and expansion of the al-1
ready "lavish" facilities so that j
the' terrazo dance patio will ac-
commodate 500 couples.
Edwin Friedman, with Maurice j
Connel and associates, will he
the engineers on the golf projeel
Ross Sobel. who lias resigned
his post at the Grossinger, N. Y
Country dub for the new con-
nection, will be the golf pro-
fessional.
Morris Berick of the law firm \
of Berick and Shapiro handled
the transaction for the sellers. J.
Alex Malloy. manager of Oscar E.
Dooley firm, was the broker.
Summertime
FROCKS
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high rent area, which ac-
counts jor the moderately
priced Dresses our shop
displays. The selection is
surprisingly large. Why not
nsit Ethel.
ETHELEIN
MESS SHOP
Ethel Rothlein
236 N. MIAMI AVE.
Jewish Actor Gives
Second Performance
For his second appearance m
Greater Miami, Max Romberg,
popular Jewish actor from New
York, and company will i
Sholom Aleichem's comedy "Der
Yidd Fun Kasrilowke" S
c-vening in the Miami Work
circle lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
The program begins at
Following a similar perl
inco a few weeks ago at
leach WC lyceum, l
program include s otl ei
from Sholom Aleichem, I
Pinski, Osip Dimow ami
Selections of Jewish Folk .
will also be given.
Rom! erg. who has I >
in n any coast-to-coast a d con-
tinental stage tours, is acclaimed
by many for the authenticity of
his character delineat:
Tickets for $1.00, including tax.
may be purchased at thi
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FRIDAY
, JUNE 25, 1948
*lt*Ut n, ririftm
Hebrew Academy Observes Firsi Anniversary
PAGE THIRTEEN
By SKI.MA THOMPSON
fewj Floridian Staff Writer
... v one year ago the Hc-
;v' Academy launched its um-
n of education in the
Miami community. A
lifl
an integral part of this same
culum, modern Hebrew is
taught as a living spoken lan-
literature, past
Shapiro Substitutes
For Rabbi Raab
Harold Shapiro, president of
Temple Isaiah congregation, will
be heard on the "Living Syna-
gogue" program tomorrow morn-
contemporary Jewish history; ing in the absence of Rabbi David
Raab
Subject of Shapiro's address
will be "Temple IsaiahA Guid-
ing Light." The program is heard
every Saturday at 9:15 a.m. over
station WINZ.
Hebrew music and art; meaning,
symbolism, ethics and traditions
of the Jewish faith, as well as
Below: Students
of the Academy
find beauty and
inspiration, not
only in the se-
cular and Amer-
ican adventures
in education, but
also in the age-
less texts and
truths of modern
and ancient Jew-
ish culture.
LEGAL NOTICE
of public spirited citizens
signaled this event
they purchased a three-
si tructure located at 918 6th
Si iami Beach, to become the
of this first all-day aca-
in the South-Eastern region
of the United States.
ing the summer months of
extensive alteration and
lion program was un-
: to produce what has
n bee ime one of the most
rid well-equipped school
ires in this entire area.
he many newly and fully
facilities of the Hebrew
arelarge airy class-
five days a week. Monday
through Friday, and only during
the regular normal school hours
with no after-school !!
sions or Sunday school.
This year, the H tdemy
has offered elementary classes in
the 1st, 2nd. 3rd and 4th
In September 1948, the higher
classes in the 5th and 6th
will be added to the school or-
ganization. There are also kinder-
garten groups for children of ages
4 to 5'j years
In addition to an expert and
licensed faculty of educators, and
maximum compliance with the
Hoard of Education requirements
study of the Bible. Mishnah and
commentaries. Among the extra
curricular activities of the aca-
demy are the newspaper pub-
n "The Echo" written, com-
posed and produced by the stu-
dent? of the academy, as well as
many dramatic musical perform-
ances presented by the children
of the academv.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,____ NAMR LAW
N"11.'K IS HEREBY QIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
ii mder ih.- fictitious name of
" and Pood Market at 1158
"i tvenue, Miami. Florida. In-
Itei saw name with the
. the in c< irt ol Dade
1 ounty, Florid i
DAVE I.OWY
HBNRY KNEI8ST.
ALEXANDER HOLD
Partner*
*'". unman and Kaplan
\'tornys for Applicants
i T 2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NO'l ICE UNDER FICTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIfE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi> undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Florida Maid Lingerie at l.angfnrd
Building. Miami, Pla Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
HERMAN KAOAN
MARTIN W VOQBL
BURNETT Hi'Til
attorney for Florida Maid Lingerie
6/4-11-18-2.'. 7 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
h undersigned, desiring to engage in
u( ness undei the fictitious name of
[ERRV9 Rji PHARMACY at 22.17
S W, 22nd Street, Miami. Florida. In-
to register said name with the
of :h- Circuit Curt of I hide
. ty Florida
A I MNEI.ZI
VVASMAN, SILVER ,v RAKOWTTZ
" I ilicant
' : 8-8 II
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OP Till"
MTii jcdhmal circi'it of
FLORIDA, IN AND For DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
117487.
LENA OARRITY. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES II <;.\RR1TY, Defendant
YOU, JAMES H. OARRITY, 105
North Oeddes street. Syracuse, New
York, are notified to file your Ap-
pearance In the above cause for Di-
ver, on or before July 3. 1948,
or a decree pro confeaso will be
entered against vou.
DATED: June i, 1918.
i: B i.BATHhuman. Clerk.
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
Waaman, Silver and Sakowltz
Attorneys for Plai tlfl
Suite MS Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
6,'4-ll-18-2-r, 7/2
Music Appreciation hour
400 seat auditorium with of Dade county
ically equipped stage, out-
playground, library and
r i ,ni, a professional arts
fl) room, clinic and din-
. ,md kitchen.
Hebrew Academy was es-
for the purpose of
an integrated and com-
. education synthesiz-
gressive American and
r training with intensive
. studies. The academy, a
; ational all-day school, is
I now by over 100 boys
and girls from some of the most
niative families in our
f Florida, the Hebrew Academy
has adopted pr igressive stand-
aids and methodology in it
proach and presentation of mod-
ern education. A complete in-
tegration of all studies has made
ible the establ shment of i
full and Inclusive educational
program which offers to the chil-
dren of Mi mi B. ch and M
not onlj eve y subject ottered in
schools, but
and
public
courses in music,
preciation, manual and ex
sional arts, nature study,
"Hymie Sez"
Saludos Amigos! Here I am still
in the land of the beautifu".
senoritasand not only the
senoritas here are lovelywait
till you see the tropical flowers
and plants that will be on sale
soon at The Little Tigers Flowei
Shopwhen you want something
rent, remember, you'll be
able to get it at 1438 Drexel
Avenue.
"HYMIE SEZ"
In the meantimefor summer
Iflowers you can't beat our White
and Yellow Daisies$1.50 a
bunchor our Blue Iris at S1.51
a dozen. Carnations this week are
SI.25 a dozenRoses still SI.50
Corsages from 75c up those
gorgeous orchid ones at $3.00 and
S3.50.
"HYMIE SEZ"
Just a few of those Dish Gar-
dens left at $2.00you know the
ones I meanthe specials" that
usually sell for $5.00. Ideal for
thai friend in the hospitalfor
a housewarming giftand per-
fect for that new bride when shi
starts housekeeping.
"HYMIE SEZ"
Guess you've heard about our
SPECIAL OCCASION service-
Takes the worry out of remem
bering friends and family on their
(days and anniversariesall
vou have to do is give us the
dates and the amount you wish
to spendwe'll send
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COt'RT, DADE
COUNTY, FI.ORIDA.-Nn. 1M38.
::': ESTATE OF
BLANCHE II ROSENDORF,
Deceasi d
NOTICE la h.r.!;. given that we
filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Exeeutors
the estate of BLANCHE B
ROSENDORF deceased; and that
the 26th rtav of July, 1948, "111 apply
to the Honorable W, P, BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, f ll of said final report
ml '..r final discharge as Executors
,f th Gstati BLANCHE B
'.' iSENDORP, d......ased.
.! :;.-. 1948
MILTON .-' B1NSWANOER and
HOWARD S ROSENDORF.
as Executors of the Estate of
Blanche H Rnsendorf, Deceased
' VK A ABB" iTT
. for Executors
-. : j i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
-s under the fictitious name ,.f
ii Rate at 501 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Pla Intends t.. res ster
-aid name with the Clerk of the uit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID OLASER
Sole i iwner
stein, Welnatein and Welnsteln
eys for Appl
l3 Lincoln Rd.
h, Florida
8 y : !--!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRERY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami
Miami Children's Shop at 122 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
,,f th>- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
'..'28 6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
North West Cut Rate Liquor Store
at 1053 N. W. 79th Street. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said namo
with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
SAMUEL BTERN
Sole Owner
6/11-18-2', 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the tinderslgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Upholsterer and Decorators
Supplies at 3322 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
sa!,l name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAX DROSSIN
Sol,, Owner
5/28 6'4-ll-ll-23
inity. It offers classes only'and science.
out the
c :,P" flowers with your greeting card.
\V,il also take good care of
your STANDING ORDERS at
i prices, of course-Your
sweetheart will love to receive a
lge ,.Very week for that Sat-
urday night date-and you mar-
ried men-to make your wife
'happv-wnd her a bouquet of
cut flowers once a week-or one.
i a month. Mother loves flowers,
too-especially when her son re-
i members to send them, *ou don
to come in to place you
orders-just give us a ring at
58-9151-we'U do the rest.
"HYMIE SEZ"
We've seen lots of our friends
, ytUe Tigers Flower Shop but
v.,.'11 always be glad to welcome
new ones. Come in
at 1438 Drexel Avenue
forget our phone
58-9151.
Adv.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
inderslgned, desiring to engage In
. -s under the fictitious name of
The Dude dun at 700 N. E 1st Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, intends to regls-
-., d name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
FRANCES J. ToWT
Stole i >w er
IS-83 : :'-9-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
':ib:ir Pood Distributors at 2333 N.E
Miami Court. Miami. Florida. Intend
I register said name with the Clerk
if th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARVEY ERSHOWSKY
ARTHUR SCHAAP
Welnsteln. Welnsteln & Welnsteln
\ttorneya for Applicants
I 18-33 7 .-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undei-Igned. desiring to engage In
-s under the fictitious name of
People's Meat Supply nt 2323 N E.
Miami Court, Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said nsme with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARVEY ERSHOWSKY
ARTHUR SCHAAP
Partners
Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
', 2S 6/1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sister and Brother Togs ut 49 N. E
1st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
: said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
i'28 6'4-U-lS-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
M under the fictitious name of
lumoo sandwich Company at 12 8. W
17th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
,f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
PEN KIRSCHNF.lt
LILLIAN KIRSCHNER
8/18-25 7 2-9-16
Manual and Expressional Arls
and see us
and don't
number
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCFIT COCRT OF Till.
ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCFIT
OF FI/ORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COITNTT. IN CHANCERT. No.
CLAIRE F. SILVERS. Plaintiff, vs.
MURRAY SILVERS. Defendant.
TO: MURRAY SILVERS
K Hazel Street
Hrooklvn New York
y^r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit for divorce has been Instituted
anlnat vou. and you are hereby re-
. u,.,l to file therein r^ff^*S
w answer on or before .Jul> "l
,Iherwlse the M"?BJ,,K~" ,bl"
will be taken .^M^'.Jff1'
^-JthiSE''R^.FATy.ERNiAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) p f oOOIft
Deputy Clerk.
M\RX M. FEINBRRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
6/18-26 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A! >'. Cole. Sales Promotions at 121f,
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
AL S. COHEN
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
'ongreaa iiuildlng
- U I l-ll-l('-25
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
KliORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
In" Re': ESTATE OF MORRIS 8.
RUBIN also known as M. S. RUBIN,
I tec,-ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You and each of you. are hereby
notifi.-d and required to present any
claims and demands which you, pr
either of vou, may have against the
estate "f .Morris s. Rubin also known
as M. S Rubin, deceased, late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon W. P.
Blanton, county judge of Dade coun-
tv and file the same in his office in
the Countv Courthouse In Dade I
ty Florida, within eight
months from the date of
publication hereof. Raid claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or sarne will
!. barred: Bee Section 120 of th.
Probate Act
Date June 15, AD. 1._
MILTON K RUBIN and
HARRY BUKERNICK
As Executors of the Ijist Will and
Testament of Morris S Rubin also
known as M. S Rubin. Deceased.
HARRY 7.IKFRNICK
Attorney for Executors.
6/18-25 7/2-9
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+Jewlst>ncrknati
FRIDAY, JUNE 25.
1948

LIVES OF OUR TIMES
DR. LEO BAECK

/KIS IS THE STORY OF THE COURAGEOUS
AND FAITHFUL CHIEF RABBI OF BERLIN
WHO THROUGHOUT THE NAZI HORROR-
FILLED YEARS OF 1933-43 REMAINED
THERE TO COMFORT HIS FELLOW JEWS...
BORN, BRED AND EDUCATED
IN GERMANY, PR.BAECK
BECAME CHIEF RABBI IN 1912.
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CELEBRATED HIS Mm
ANNIVERSARY IN THAT OFFICE OUR1N6 THE
DARKENING PAYS OF 1937 WHEN PR.BAECK
WAS CALLED A "PESSIMIST* BECAUSE HE UR6ED
JEWISH YCUTH TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.
HOWEVER,DR.BAECK.HIM9ELF, PIP NOT FLEE. SECRETLY HE
MANA6ED TO SEND LETTERS OF COMFORT TO THOSE
UNFORTUNATES CARTED OFF TO CONCENTRATION CAMPS HE
WAS ALSO ABLE JO KEEP A PRIVATE HISTORY OF ALL '
OCCURRENCES FROM PRYING NAZI EYES BY STATING HE
USEP THE NOTES AS TOILET PAPER/.
jpjg
IN 1943, PR. BAECK WAS SEIZED IN A MASS
ROUNDUP OF ALL JEWS IN GERMANY AND
SENT TO A CAMP IN CZECKOSLAVAKIA.WHERE
HE SLEPT WITH 40 OTHER PEOPLE IN AN
8 FOOT SQUARE ROOM /
FOR OTHERS, THOSE TERRIBLE DAYS ARE
DIMMED BY TIME, BUT NOT FOR PR.BAECK.
HE HAS CONSTANTLY WORKEP FOR THE ESTAB-
LISHMENT OF GERMAN JEWS IN COUNTRIES
OUTSIDE OF GERMANY. IN THIS CONNECTION,
HE HAS MApE SEVERAL TRIPS TO THE U.S. ON
BEHALF OF THE UJA AND THE UNION OF
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS.
WELCOME? BY MAYOR O'PWYER OF
NEW YORK AFTER ARRIVING IN
AMERICA IN JANUARY, 1948 ON A 5
MONTH TOUR, HE THEREAFTER CON-
FERRED WITH PRESIDENT TRUMAN.
TODAY, AT 7 Y6AM Of AGE. HE SERVES AS
PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD UNION FOR PROGRESS^
JUDAISM, STRIVING TO MAKE EUROPEAN JEWS
'PLACED" INSTEAD OFDISPUCEO* PERSONS..
Dr. Wise Heads
U. S. Delegation To
World Congress
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president
of the American and World Jew-
ish Com i li head the Amer
ican cli li gal ion to thi pit narj
session of the World Jewish Con-
ss opening ii Montreux, Suit
zerland on June 27.
Approximately 50 deli
from the United States will re-
present the American Jewish C
gress at the sessions in which
ire than 300 representativt
m the Jewish communities of
more than 60 countries, includ
Israel, will participate.
In addition to Dr. Wise who
* for Europe on Wednesday.
June 16. together with many of
the delegati s, tl e AJC represent
stives will include Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Miami: Dr. David Pete
gorsky, AJC executive director;
Rabbi Morton Be-rman of Chi-
cago; Dr. Joachim Prinz, Newark.
N .!.: David Stoncman. Boston
Rabbi Samuel Wohl. Cincinnati]
Judge Louis I. Levinthal. Phila
delphia; Baruch Zuckerman. pics
ident of the Labor Zionist Organ-
ization of America: Leon Ceil
man. president and Rabbi Max
Kirshblum, executive vice presi-
dent, Mizrachi Organization <>
America; Albert J. Siller, De-
troit: Dr. Alfred J. Marrow and
Harold O. N. Frankel. New Yo: k
it
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
COMMUNAL TRENDS: Earnest negotiations are now going on
for merging the work of the HIAS with the immigration program
of tl e J.D.C in Europe and with the refugee aid work of the United
e for New Americans in this country The merger is ad-
vocated by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds
and by some local Jewish Federations which would like to see less
competition and more coordination in Jewish social work Details
of the merger are now being worked out between HIAS and J.D.C.
representatives in New York, with the participation of U.S.N.A. cx-
perts Behind the plans for this merger lies the fact that central
Jewish organizations not affiliated with the United Jewish Appeal
find it mure and more difficult to secure the needed funds for their
activities This is also true with regard to raising funds in Latin
American countries Jewish communities in Latin America are
giving priority to the defense of Israel in their fund-raising drives
Dr. J. L. Magnes, president of the Hebrew University, is now
recuperating from a serious illness at a New York hospital One
of the reasons why he registered with the Department of Justice
as a "foreign agent" representing the Ihud Association is because
e is seeking $100,000 in the United States to bring about Arab-
Jewish friendship.
As we go to Dress' with this
column the New York Giants an
ensconced in first place in the
National League pennant race.
Sid Cordon has played no small
part in the Giants' climb to the
top rung. Sid has banged out eight
homers and played a great game
afield at third base. Originally
inserted in the game to relievi
Jack Lohrke, the regular third
sacker, Gordon has just about
sewed up the job for himself with
his surprisingly good play afield.
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^JeHistfhridT'^
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
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
1750 N.W. 10th Avenue
Phone 9-1631
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Grand National Importers &
Wholesale Liquors
309 N.W. 9ih Ave. Miami
"HARBOR ISLE"
79th Street Causeway 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 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY
4450 S.W. 74th Ave. Miami
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4525 Ponce da Leon Blvd. CorJ Gsbles
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PAGE SIXTEEN
* Jen 1st lh rid tor
FRIDAY, JUNE 25.
1948
Miami Leads Nation In Percentage
Of Increase To United Jewish Appeal
With its 1948 Combined Jewish transmission to Israel and for the
Appeal figures totalling SI.500,- I United Service for New Ameri-
000, the largest in the history
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Morris Klass. execu-
tive director of the Federation,
yesterday released comparison
figures with other cities showing
that Greater Miami leads all
major pities in the country in per-
centage of increase over 1947 cam-
paign totals.
This year's figure over last
cans and the Joint Distribution
Committee justified the extra-
ordinary procedure of borrowing
from a bank in anticipation of
immediate payment for contrib-
utors." Mr. Klass explained.
The Federation director said
that a collections committee un-
der the chairmanship of M. J
Kopelowitz and assisted by Sam
Grossman, Federation secretary
year's total of $929,000 shows an in charge of collections, was
increase of 61 ft. The record of i planning an intensive colled
other major cities follows: I drive to secure outstanding pi'
1947 1948 95 Increase
Baltimore 62.700.000 S3.300.000 22
Detroit 3,900.000 5,200.000 33
Kansas City 1.076.000 1.400.000 30
Los Angeles 6.200,000 7,200.000 16
Milwaukee 1.300.000 1.500.000 15
Newark 2.500.000 3.300,000 32
Patterson 865.000 1,375,000 59
St. Louis 2.200,000 2,600.000 18
Mr. Klass also reported the payments at once. First step in
sending of another check for \ the campaign is the formation of
S200.00U by the Greater Miami, a group of volunteer collectors
Jewish Federation to the United where names will be announced
Jewish Appeal last week. This this week by Mr. Kopelowitz.
brings the federation's payments
to the UJA this year up to $800,-
000 on their allotment of SI.000.-
000. a record no other large city
in the country can match.
Mr. Klass said that in order
to make its most recent payment.
the Federation was required to
make a 90-day loan from the
Mercantile National Bank. The
loan was endorsed by Moses
Ginsberg. Jacob Sher, Max Oro-
In addition to this group, mem-
bers of the Young Adult Unit
have organized a special volun-
teer committee to contact out-
standing unpaid pledges under
$50. General chairman of the
young adults division is Abraham
Schafer, with Jean Guberman co-
chairman for the Miami unit and
Joseph Pardo co-chairman for the
beach unit. The Miami group con-
sists of Emanuel Levenson, Fred-
Leo Eisenstein (left) and Samuel Friedland, co-chairmen of a
membership drive for the Miami Beach Jewish Center, are shown
examining membership applications. Goal of the drive is 200 addi-
tional members by June 27 when the campaign terminate*.
vitz. Mo.-.te Selig, Joseph R. Stein, | erick J. Grossberg, Donald Eanett. i
Wm, D. Singer and Carl Weinkle. I Alfred Kriesler. Philip Schiff and
all Federation officers and trus-
tees.
"It was felt that the urgency
of supplying immediate cash to
the United Jewish Appeal for
Joy Simonhoff.
On the beach team are Doris
Pardo, Florence Abrahamson, Sol
Genet, Dave Liebman, Sol Book-
binder and Mike Cooper.
Miami T Summer Home Camp
Scheduled To Open On Monday
Mrs. Leo Sheiner. chairman of
the Home Camp committee of
the Miami Y has announced the
opening of the tenth annual Home
Camp session for Monday. June
28. "with the largest enrollment
in the history of the Y." 153 per-
sons have registered for the Home
Camp with a waiting list of over
60.
The summer Home Camp is a
project to give boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 4 and 14 a
diversified camping program,
under skilled professional super-
vision, Mrs. Sheiner stated. Hot
lunches are served daily and the
BupKdail At
WAoiuait
ViLceA,
Forstmann Silk
Gabardine
SLACKS $26..$25
Values to $45
"New Paper Shell
Lightweights"
mtbnnh
MFRS. OUTLET
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Entrance 1628 Pennsylvania Ave.
Just Off Lincoln Road, M. B.
In Philadelphia Since 1908
Open Daily 9-6
children are taken to the beach
twice weekly in buses.
For the past week a Counselors'
Training Course has taken place
under the supervision of Julius
Samuels, Y activities director,
who is also director of the camp,
and Chuck Klein, physical di-
rector, who serves as head coun-
selor. The six sessions of the
training week have consisted of
a review of current good practice
in camping theory and workshop?
in Jewish programming, dramat-
ics, music, arts and crafts, nature,
trips and tours, and athletics.
Special attention was given to
safety and health in all aspects
of camp life, but particularly in
relation to swimming routines.
Counselors include Tobie
Jacobskind, Sydel Seidman, Mert
Wetstein, Herbert Geltner, Jerome I
Merlin, Alvin Greenfield, Rickie
Nuchtern. Lucille Davis, Vir-
ginia Alesworth, Eleanor Zir.ner.
Robert Rubinstein, Pat Curtice.
Kay Dix, Martin Rubinstein and
Romesa Rosenthal.
A special play program for chil-
dren who do not attend camp
will take place Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons at the Mi-
ami YMHA, according to Mrs.
John Temple, chairman of the
Y youth committee. Diversified
program of playground activity
will be given under the super-
vision of Martin Rubinstein.
Rubinstein is a graduate of the
University of Miami and is now
completing his master's degree in
guidance and education. He is at
present the guidance director of
the Miami Y and will be in com-
plete charge of the non-camping
program for children.
S.Y.. Synagogue
Hoard Moots At
Mowoholoff Homo
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff were hosts to an execu-
tive meeting of the southeastern
Synagogue Conference this Mon-
day evening, June 21, at their
home. 711 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach.
Plans were made for the fifth
annual Southeastern Synagogues
conference to be held in Miami
Beach. Originally scheduled for
this weekend, the convention has*j
tx en postponed to the fall.
Also discussed were problems
concerning religious school and
'teen age religious education, in-
novations in religious service and
pulpit exchanges.
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stern of Nash-
ville. Tenn.. chairman of the
board, Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Blum-
enfeld of Memphis, Tenn., Attor-
ney and Mrs. Charles Bergman of
Atlanta. Ga., M. Weinberger of
Nashville. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.
M. Sokol and Mrs. N. Barkowitz
of Charleston, S. C, also Rabbi
and Mrs. Simon April and Rabbi
and Mrs. Murray Grauer of Mi-
ami, and N. Kaplan, president of
Congrcggation Beth Tefilah, Dr.
Irwin Makovsky, vice president
of Congregation Beth Jacob, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Hirsch, honorary
president of the Beth Jacob Sister-
hood, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Makovsky, president of the Beth !
Jacob Sisterhood.
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