The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 21NUMBER 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
July 4th Americanism Rally at Flamingo
Park To Hear Congressman Smathers
More than 2500 members of
B'nai B'rith, are expected to at-
tend the mammoth July 4th rally
in Flamingo Park, Sunday, 8:15
pin., sponsored by the Miami
Beach Lodge.
The community-wide affair will
feature an address by Congress-
man George A. Smathers, music
by a twenty piece band supplied
through the courtesy of the Amer-
ican Federation of Musicians'
Transcription fund, and commun-
ity singing.
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
ami Beach will speak and mayors
of adjoining communities have
been invited to appear and par-
ticipate. County commissioners
will be on the platform.
Harry Zukernick's talk will in-
clude a description of the four
Chaplain incident recently com-
memorated nationally by the is-
suance of a postage stamp pictur-
ing the immortal chaplains who
went down arm-in-arm with the
S.S. Dorchester after giving their
life-belts to fellow soldiers.
David R. Isen, program chair-
man, announced that Rev. Wiley
Scott will offer the invocation and
veterans groups and Boy Scouts
will present colors.
Serving on the arrangements
committee with Mr. Isen will bt
Godfrey K. Newman, Harold
Zinn, Jules P. Channing, Samuel
W. Shapiro, Barnett Beckerman,
Walter C. Kovncr and C. R.
Jacobson, executive director of
the B'nai B'rith Council.
The affair is open to the public
and there will be no admission
charge.
Groups participating in the
rally include: Disabled War Vet-
erans, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Goldie Meirson
Named Envoy
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Goldie
Meirson, one-time political chief
of the Jerusalem section of the
Jewish Agency and member of
the 37-member Israel State Coun-
cil, was this week-end named Is-
raeli Minister Plenipotentiary to
Moscow.
The Russians anounced the ap-
pointment of 34-year old Pavel
Yershov to head their legation in
Tel Aviv. Yershov is expected
with his staff within ten days.
The Soviets will open consular
and commercial offices as well 83
offices for Tass, the official Soviet
news agency.
Bernadotte Plan Forwarded;
U.N. Gets Peace Proposals
George Smathers
American Legion Post 85, Marine
Corps, Army and Navy Union,
Jewish War Veterans, AM VETS,
American Veterans Committee,
Elks of Miami Beach, Miami
Beach Civic League, JC's of Mi-
ami Beach and the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce.
British Release
Jewish Prisoners
HAIFA, (JTA)The last 12
Jewish prisoners held by the
British military authorities in
Palestine were released 48 hours
before the completion of the
British evacuation. They included
a number of Sternists whose
death sentences had been com-
muted to life imprisonment.
General Gordon H. A. Mac-
Millan, British military command-
er, revealed that the British lost
198 men killed during the last 12
months and that 419 officers and
men were wounded. He declined
to comment on the number of
troops who deserted to the Arabs.
Britain's 31 years of military
power in the strategic Middle
Ea :is the last of the British troops
pulled out.
Israel Accepted
OSLO, (JTA)The Internation-
al Tourist Organization, which is
currently meeting here, has f.c-
cepted Israel as a member, it was
announced here The motion to
accept Israel was accepted un-
animously.
Injun Rejoins
isravH Army
The Irgun leadership has
ordered its members who desert-
ed the Israel army during and
since last week's clash between
the dissidents and government
troops over the landing of war
material in defiance of the U.N.
truce, to rejoin the army in view
of the serious situation in refer-
ence to Arab violations of the
truce. Simultaneously the govern-'
ment released some 70 Irgun and
pro-Irgun Revisionist leaders who
were arrested at the height of the
disturbances in Tel Aviv.
The Florentine quarter, on the
outskirts of Tel Aviv, was placed
under curfew for two-and-a-half
hours, while government troops
searched for Irgunist war stores.
Three young Jews, two brothers
and a sister, were arrested and
a quantity of ammunition was
seized. It is reported in some
circles that as many as 250 Irgun-
ists have been detained in the
campaign to round up illegal
arms.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)U.N. Secretary-General Tryqve Lie
this week received from Count Folke Bernadotte, U.N. mediator
on Palestine, the text of the peace "suggestions" prepared by
him at Rhodes for transmission to the lews and the Arabs. The
suggestions will remain a secret, since all parties involved have
been asked by the U.N. mediator to refrain from making them
public.
In his report to the U.N. secretariat, Bernadotte said that
copies of his peace proposals were in the hands of the Jews
and the Arabs. U.N. emissaries carrying the text, he reported,
left for Tel Aviv and Cairo simultaneously. The liaison officers
of Israel and of the Arab League left Rhodes together with the
U.N. em ssaries for their respective capitals.
The U.N. mediator made it clear in his report that his pro-
posals do not constitute a plan for a final peace settlement, but
only a basis for further peace talks. He emphasized that he
did not know himself at this stage whether he will ask for an
extension of the truce.
This is interpreted here as meaning that Bernadotte will
be guided in deciding his next step by the nature of the replies
he receives from the Arabs and Jews. Should these be favorable,
it is regarded here as unlikely that he can effect a final settle-
ment in the remaining few days. Thus an extension would be
regarded as inevitable.
Bernadotte reported that he will be in Rhodes for the next
few days awaiting the two replies. However, he is ready to go
to Cairo and Tel Aviv, if necessary, in order to iron out any
differences which may arise over his initial suggestions.
The Arab and Jewish experts were pessimistic over the
chance of any real agreement on the basis of Bernadotte s
"suggestions." .._**. u
But Bernadotte himself was understood to feel that it would
be difficult for either side to start fighting again as long as he
can keep negotiating with them. ___
Count Bernadotte also disclosed that he has invited Jewish
and Arab leaders to Rhodes for separate Palestine discussions.
At the same time, he said, he had suggested that both
parties send representatives to his headquarters on the Island
of Rhodes to discuss the proposals or to offer any counter-
PrPPrevk>usly an Arab source said the UN mediator's sugges-
tions "imply the existence of a Jewish state which the Arabs
could never accept."
Convention Of World Jewish Congress
Debates Revision Of Setup
Dr. Maurice Klein
Much-honored City Councilman
Klein was elected state com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at the organization's meet-
ing in Jacksonville. Other officers
from this area include Hy Morris.
senior vice commander; Saul T.
Von Zamft, judge advocate; and
Abe S. Goldman, trustee.
MONTREUX, Switzerland,
(JTA)A clash between delegates
from Eastern and Western coun-
tries to the second convention of
the World Jewish Congress de-
veloped this week as the general
debate got under way.
The first speaker to follow Dr.
Leon Kubowitsky, secretary-gen-
eral of the Congress, who deliver-
ed a lengthy report on the organ-
ization's activities since the last
convention, was Joseph Mirsky,
Communist member of the delega-
tion from the Central Jewish
Committee of Poland. In the midst
of protests from the delegates,
Mirsky accused certain "forces in
America" of attempting to "set
the world aflame."
He asserted that two major
dangers face the Jews today:
anti-Semitism which "no longer
means pogroms, but annihila-
tions," and the splitting of the
(Continued on Page 5)
news agency. ______________[j________;_____________________-----------
Shertok Addresses Tel Aviv Military Ceremony
TEL AVIV, (JTA)"The cease-
fire is thus far only a pause in
the war, the peace is still far off,"
Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok
warned here this week, speaking
at a huge, colorful ceremony at
which Israeli Army troops in this
city took an oath of allegiance
to the provisional government.
Brigadier Michael Ben Gal ad-
ministered the oath and took the
salute from parading units of the
army. The 42-year-old general
has served in the Jewish defense
forces since 1925 and was a major
in the British Army during the
war. The Palestine Symphony Or-
chestra, under the lead of Ameri-
can conductor Salomon Eisler.
played during the ceremony. Tel
Aviv Mayor Israel Rokach was
among the civilians who partici-
pated in the proceedings.
All soldiers in the Defense
Army of Israel, including Ha-
ganah units in Jerusalem, took
oaths of allegiance to the pro-
visional government, following a
ceremony at which Prime Minis-
ter David Ben Gurion, who also
holds the portfolio of Defense
Minister, administered the oath
to 20 top commanders of the
Army.
As each of the field command-
ers and members of the general
staff stepped forward to swear
allegiance, his real name was
called out, thus stripping the veil
of anonymity from the members
of the high command of the Ha-
ganah Previously, they had only
been known publicly by aliases
assumed to foil British attempts
to smash the Haganah. Most of
them have served jail sentences
_in some cases up to three years
for their Haganah activities.
The oath was administered in a
roped-off square in front of the
army's closely guarded head-
quarters. The officers were drawn
up at attention before a blue-
and-white flag of Israel and each
heard the oath, then said: ".
swear," as his name was called
out. The only top commander ab-
sent was Yaacov Dostrowsky,
chief of the general staff, who
was kept away by illness. In a
short address at the end of the
ceremony Ben Gurion emphasized
that the "devotion, loyalty and
strength of your soldiersmen
and women alike, on land and
sea and airwill bring the vic-
tory which will bring redemption
to our people in its homeland and
prosperity, peace and progress to
all of the Middle East."
First officer to be called for-
ward was 34-year-old Yigal
Yadin-Sukenik, chief of opera-
tions. Sukenik is well known in
Israel as an archaeologist and son
of Prof. E. L. Sukenik, one of the
most famous archaeologists in the
Middle East. He was followed by
Yigal Alon Feikowitzer, a farmer
in a communal settlement who
commands the Palmach, the
army's commando force. He has
been on the British "wanted" list
for years. Moshe Carmeli, quiet
and tall, the commander of the
Israeli forces who captured Haifa,
took the oath next. After serving
in the British army in the last
war, Carmeli was imprisoned by
them for 18 months for Haganah
activities.
The fourth to swear, and per-
haps the most colorful figure in
the group, was Itzhak Sadeh, a
sxi-foot, bearded man of middle
age. A field commander, Sadeh
was responsible for the final de-
feat of Fawzi el Kaukuji's forces
at Mishmar Haemek, turning
point of the battle for Israel in
the days before the Mandate end-
ed. He also fought at Jerusalem,
where David Shaeltiel command-
ed the fight in the Old City.
Sadeh, a Russian immigrant who
served in Kerensky's forces and
the Soviet Army as a private un-
til 1922, organized the Palmach
during World War II. For the last
eight years he has been living
underground.
Other commanders who partici-
pated in the ceremony were: Uri
Jaffe, Eliahu Ben Hur, Dan Even.
Yehannan Kattner, Yosef Avidar
Yehezkiel Secher, Israel Amira,
Michael Ben Gal, Michael Scho-
chem, Mordechal Maklev, Moshe
Zakok, Zvi Ayalon, Shalom Eshet,
Shlomo Shamir, Shmuel Admon
and Shimon Ardan.


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PAGE THREI
HI AS Releases Movie On Displaced Persons
The first "behind the scenes" documentary film on the subject of emigra-
tion from the DP camps of Germany, entitled "Placing the Displaced." and
produced by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society with the cooperation of U. S.
military consular, immigration and customs officials, is ready for distribution.
Containing hitherto unknown sequences captured from the files of the
Gestapo, the film runs for twenty-five minutes. It relates the story of Sam
Miller and his family as they are rescued by HIAS from a DP camp and set
on their way to resettlement and rehabilitation in the United States.
Much of the film was photographed in the displaced persons' camps in
Germany under the direction of Martin A. Bursten, HIAS Public Relations
Director who was a U. S. war correspondent. The script was written by
Arnold Perl, well-known screen and radio writer whose dramatizations on the
"Eternal Light" program have become legend, and is narrated by Raymond
Massey, distinguished radio and screen star.
The film is dedicated to world Jewry.
This is Sam Miller. Look
at him and believe in mir-
aclesfor he is a Jew in
Europe and he is alive!
Sam Miller was sent to Auschwits. His wife
went to Dachau. His eldest son was killed re-
sisting arrest. Sam Miller lived. He lived
because he did not die.
Days of wandering followed. Days
of wearily plodding the merciless
roads, days of anxious and ceaseless
seeking for those whom they might
never again see.
Sam Miller found his family. Cor-
ralled in a camp with the beaten and
the branded, they were suspended
between the living and the dead.
Yes, they were not dead. Instead,
they were DISPLACED.
Sam had an uncle in America. He wrote a letter
through HIAS and found him. The appeal from out
the black pit of despair was heard across three
thousand miles of ocean.
The HIAS Director in Munich
sent for the Millers. He was kind,
but realistic. He said they would
have to apply for U. S. immigra-
tion quota numbers.
Then came many hurdlesdocuments, proofs
of residence, proofs of r.on-collaboration, a medical
examination. If anything was wrong, they stayed
behind. As the film continues, these, the homeless,
the unwanted, the scourged, these, the DIS-
PLACED, ere finally placed.
JEWS IN SPORTS
[JBernie Bernard, L.I.U. student,
working his way through col-
je the hard way. Bernard is a
lightweight boxer and a better
than fair one. He fights regularly
'.Around the Metropolitan area but
always back in class the next
jrning after a tussle.
*
Al Rosen farmed to Kansas
Jity by the Cleveland Indian'
quite the cocky boy. He told
riends recently, "Some news-
ipermen think I look like Ted
rilliams at the plateI think
too." When Rosen left the
idians to join the K.C. Blues
left a couple of his favorite
pats behind. Kenny Keltnor
rabbed them and went on a
lit ting streak. He has, at this
writing, hit 12 homers or one
lore than he belted all last sum-
mer. One of the two bats has
sen broken and Keltner is hope-
il he can get through the rest
f the season without breaking
tie remaining claymore.
Mauri Rose, diminutive auto
racer from South Bend, Indiana,
again is winner of the 500-mile
annual automobile race conducted
on the Indianapolis Speedway on
Decoration Day. The win marks
Rose's third triumph in the diffi-
cult race, his second in succes-
sion. Mauri, connected with a
large automobile concern, comes
out of his shell once a year to
ace in the big affair, tie doesn't
run around the country like most
drivers racing for purses all over
the ration. The latest win will net
Rose about $25,000 at a minimum.
The Speedway people haven't de-
cided, at this writing, how much
*" award the three-time leader.
Since he led most of the way Rose
will take down a good portion
of the lap prize money, too.

Did you see where Vic Frank,
the Yale football star, cracked thr
IC4A record for the discus throw
at the recent running of the an-
nual track meet? Frank is a sure
bet to make the U.S. Olympic
team. Right now he rates second
to Gordon of Minnesota in throw-
ing the platter. He was also good
enough to land a second in the
hot put to help Yale win its first
IC4A crown in over twenty years.
Dick Gelb of the Old Blue squad
came through with a win the
javelin throw to help paid the
Eli score.
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Irv Mondschein shattered the
TC4A high jump record with a
leap over 6'6" and broad jumped
into a second place spot in the
running leap. Moon also apDea-s
certain to win a place on Uncle
Sam's Olympic squad.

Samuel Reshevsky. the former
Yeshiva bocher, and one of the
world's best chess players is back
from Moscow where he competed
for the world's championship
which was won by Mikhail Bot-
vinnik. He may defend his Amer-
ican title in a forthcoming tourn-
ament at South Fallsburgh, N. Y.,
in August.
Israel and Independence
Theme of Swim-Dance
The Starlite Patio of the Carib-
bean hotel will be the scene of an
"1-Day" swim-dance, to be held
by the Miami Beach Masada.
Young Zionists of America, on
July 4 at 8 p.m. Tony Negret and
his orchestra will furnish the
rau.-'c A water show will be pre-
sented by Johnny Fazio, known
as 'Professor Chopmeat." A
rhun-ba contest will be judged by
Arm Herman, dancing instructress
and Harold Shapiro. Miami Beac'-
attorney. A broadcast over WINZ
will be held at 10:30. Cabanas will
be available for those wishing to
swim.
Proceeds of the affair will go
to the state of Israel. The com-
mittee in charge consist of Abe
Schafer, chairman; Ted Nelson,
program; Viviain Schiffer, ar-
rangements; Miriam Sandier,
tickets; Sam Soldinger. door com-
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Pittsburgh Club Meets
Leonard L. Kimball, president
of the Pittsburgh Club, announcer,
a game party to be held following
a short meeting of the group
Monday at 8:15 p.m., at the Elks
Lodge, 720 West Ave., Miami
Beach. The public is invited.
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FRIDAY, JULY 2.
PAGE FOUR
EDITORIAL
M'p To Congress
K; ^ srrwaK
S have had -he support of all decent people
"tec^^tewSdsof the President him-
sell the bill discriminatea in callous fashion
cqainst displaced persons oi the Jewish faith
and excluded Jewish displaced persons^ rather
,han accepting a fair proportion of them along
^Vt^e nature and character of the bill
.. M:. Iiuman would have rendered
a .s, o our country and its trades
5 he had returned the bill to Congress.with an
admonh.c, :,,< he could not lend the dignity of
-s '' c.rice to cm "-.moral purpose.
"Ve the President's ailernrna and
the motives which made him sign the bill with
* :,ii.e. Had Congress been mseMion.
he eauest foj more humane action.
fhe I.....e toi this bit o: un-American legisla-
tion rests o! agrees. It is unbelievable that an
5" rice ..... struggles for me moral leadership
oTthe world should set so low an example. Con-
SJJsmus Le dUaiminatory bUl out of
:^:i:e U the world we would leaa is to really
take us seriously. _
Teach Sunday School
The Bureau of Jewish Education is appealing
. .e-idents this area foi personnel to man the
aiaiis of the Sunday Schools. Great difficulty was
.-countered in f riding su:::::ent teachers the past
vem A P Gannes. executive director, stated,
despite the toot that more than "T teachers taught
in the Greatei Miami Sunday Schools.
.....The Deed foi Sunday School teachers will get
tTTater this fall Three new organizations will be-
? to hanc^on the West Miami Jewish Center.
'.r; haaler-Grcmada Jewish Center and Temple
wv Each one of these will establish a school
MO A Convention
The principal task facing the 51st annual cm
vent.on of the Zionist Organization of Ameri,
is to define the future relationship of American
Zionism to Israel and its Jewish community, ^
to formulate an organizational program fitting thi
HER PRECIOUS CHILDREN
Hebrew
- Sunday School oi both. Twenty to
needed '-o meet their
teachers will be
needs. The existing schools too will be looking
for additional personnel due to increased regis-
tration.
There are in our community many former
Sunday School teachers and men and women
with a sound Jewish education. The services of
these men and women are needed. The Bureau
of Jewish Education is issuing a call to the com-
munity to respond to the increased request for
teachers for the 1948-1949 school year.
The type of people preferably desired include
those who have had experience in teaching Sun-
day School; public school teachers; those possess-
ing Jewish background, and college students w.ll-
new situation.
The convention marks the successful culmina.
tion of half century of American Zionism, and
when the 2,000 delegates convene at Pittsburgh
it is naturally to be expected that they will en-
gage in jubilation over the achievement of g
Jewish state in Palestine. Yet, that mood must
give way to the gravity of the moment.
Israel has risen by determination and blood
But it is surrounded by foes bent on undermining
its existence. The four-week truce is drawing to 0
close and British and Arab intransigence may lead
to renewed bloodshed. The United Nations un-
fortunately has not shown that will which is so
essential to a quick solution and the foes oi
Israel in many quarters are st.ll plotting its de-
struction.
That Israel will survive is the profound faith 1
of Jews everywhere. But its emergence from the
present crisis depends a great deal on the morel I
and financial support it gets from the Jews ,
abroad, especially in the United States.
The role which the Zionist Organization oil
America and its leadership has played in trans-
lating a dream into a reality is a chapter in I
Jewish history yet to be written fully. But its task
has not ended yet. We repeat the following as-
sertion recently made by ZOA president Dr. j
Emmanuel Neuman:
"As lonq as Israel is beset with enemies bent
on undermininq 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."
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Letters To The Editor
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If Dewev becomes the next Whit- House tenant he will owe his
to highest office to the late George Z Medalie One o.
& at : Taft's closest friends is Dr. Abba HiUel Silvei The Re-
pul lican pledge of full recognition of Israel "with it boundana
a; sanctioned by the United Nations" is a feather in tl cap of Ml
American Zionist Emergency Council ... It was Dr. Silver who
directed the effort to obtain a strong Republican declaration ...I
Zionist leaders.-.ip was at first averse to entering the picture .Bl
was Bnly when the representative of the American Council .or
Judaism insisted or. addressing the GOP Resolutions Committee
that the Emergency Council decided to submit its own proposal-.
Democratic chieftains are worried about the Repu
Israel recogr.it.or. Was it a pure coincidence that lunanl an-
nounctment of the exc.-.ange of diplomatic missions with Israel art,
the appotntrr.ent of James G. McDonald as special U S r< present*
live to Israel, came almost within 24 hours after announcement*
the Republican pledge? T.-.e Democrats may counter the Re-
publican move by prevailing on Truman to extend full ce nn
recognition to Israel immediately after termination of the four-weti
Pa.estine truce.
males Council Women Plan
' :': m the c _
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National Council of
n< wi n t n to H ifa
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officials to dine with him. Here
Published every ft Ml ffffu I
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-s Jewish, and he will mail it
when he gets back. Please do not
wry about us. Prav | r I
who were detained, twenty-three
Palestinians and fortr-rfai Ameri
cans, it says on paper, but m our
neans we know they are sixty
MM Jews, and we are oroud o
them
Love.
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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948
tJewlstifhridfiar?
PAGE FIVE
Truman Signs DP Bill With Reluctance
As Nationwide Condemnation Is Yoked
WASHINGTON. (JTA)With
"very great reluctance," Presi-
dent Truman late last week
iigned the displaced persons bill
that will admit 205.000 DP's tc
thia country during the next two
years and which Jewish organiza-
tions have assailed as highly dis-
criminatory to Jewish refugees
"Tl the Congress were still ir
session." the President said in a
long statement, "I would return
this bill without my approval anc'
urge that a fairer, more humane
bill be passed." He emphasized
the bill "discriminates lr
s fashion against displaced
ins of the Jewish faith."
The President stated that the
December 22, 1945, cut-off date
which determines eligibility for
admission, excludes "more than
90 percent of the remaining Jew-
ish displaced persons" and that
the remaining 10 percent who are
eligible "are beset by numerous
additional restrictions written
Into the bill.
"It is inexplicable, except upon
the abhorrent ground of intoler-
ance, thtt this date should have
been chosen instead of April 21.
1947, the date on which General
Clay closed the displaced persons
.amps to further admissions," he
said. "For all practical purposes.
it must be frankly recognized,
therefore, that this bill excludes
Jewish displaced persons, rather
thin accepting a fair proportion
of them along with other faiths."
NEW YORK, (JTA)Speaking
on behalf of some 200 leading re-
ligious, civic, welfare and labor
irganizations, the Citizens Com-
mittee on Displaced Persons has
'ssued a statement cor.demninp
the bill adopted by Congress for
the admission of 205,000 DP's
from Europe. The bill contains
provisions greatly reducing the
possibility of displaced Jews en-
tering the United States in ac-
cordance with their proportion
to the total number of refugees
in the camps of Germany and
Austria.
Declaring that the bill, as adopt-
ed, is based on racial and re-
ligious bigotry, the statement
said: "The discrimination on
racial and religious grounds
against the victims of the Nazis
is all the more shocking when we
consider that one of the provi-
sions of this bill actually permits
oersons of German ethnic origin
to immigrate to this country un-
der the regular German quota.
This is a clear departure from
the basic principles on which our
immigration law has rested."
The New York Times in an edi-
'orial called the bill "niggardly
and unfair." It expressed the hope
that "both sets of national can-
Jidates in the coming Presidential
campaign will insist, as Mr. Tru-
man has done, that it be recti-
fied."
Miss Greenwald Receives
Brandeis Scholarship
Miss Soni Greenwald of New
York, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Greenwald of 610 S.W.
10th Ave., has
received a ten
week scholarship
to the Barndeis
Youth Founda-
tion of Los An-
geles, Calif.
Miss Green-
wald left for
California where
she will study
dancjng, music
and poetry, June
So?ii Greenwaldl6. This is her
second scholarship for dancing.
York three years studying danc-
ing under Charles Weidman. Mary
Anthony, and the New Dance
Group.
Convention Of World Jewish Congress
Debates Revision Of Setup
(Continued from Page 1)
world into two parts. After prais-
ing the Soviet Union for its ef-
forts in behalf of the creation of
I State of Israel, Mirskv in-
that what the Congress
do is decide on a program
tion to strengthen Israel
ither than hold an ideological
debate on it.
He urged the W.J.C. to become
an Instrumentality for organizing
Jewish forces throughout the
world to aid Israel, which, he
aid, will play an important role
bl the fight against anti-Semit-
ism. The delegate from Poland
also called on the Jews to unite
with "non-J( wish democratic,
progressive and anti-racist forces"
in the campaign to aid Israel.
Mirsky was joined in the de-
bate by Lajos Stoeckler, presi-
dent of the Central Board of Hun-
garian Jewish Communities, who
stressed that Hungarian Jews
their survival to the Red
'Are You
[With It?"
:Donald O'Connor
I Martha Stewart
I Olga San Juan
Lew Parker
Army. Meanwhile, American dele-
gate Rabbi Max Kirschblum of
New York warned the convention
against working with "progressive
elements." "We know what hap-
pened after a progressive govern-
ment succeeded Winston Church-
ill," he declared.
After a caucus attended by
members of the leftist Poale Zion
movement from various countries,
the party delegation announced a
three-point program which it will
support at the convention. First-
ly, the Poale Zion advocates that
the Palestine situation occupy the
leading place in convention de-
bates. Secondly, it favors over-
hauling the constructional ma-
chinery of the Congress and
democratizing it. Finally, the
party demands that the voting
strength of each delegation be
based on the comparative strength
of its membership within the
Congress.
When the general debate ends,
the 260 delegates will be divided
among four major committees:
the political, cultural, reconstruc-
tion and administrative. Sidney
Silverman, British M.P. and lead-
er of the British section of the
Congress, is expected to head the
political committee. An invita-
tion was sent to Israeli President
Chaim Weizmann to attend th^
sessions. Dr. Weizmann, who is
now in Switzerland, will decide
within the next few days
whether he will make an appear-
ance at the convention.
Mrs. Rudolph Crystle
Zwif man Unites
K. Crystles
Miss Mildred Moss, daughter of
Louis Moss of Miami, and Ru-
dolph J. Crystle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Crystle, Mt. Kisco,
N. Y., exchanged vows in Temple
Israel the evening of June 5, with
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman pro-
nouncing the nuptial service.
An aunt of the bride, Mrs. Ann
Weinbeck of Miami, was matron
of honor, while Fred K. Shochet
served as best "man.
Following the wedding dinner
the couple motored to Detroit,
Chicago and New York City for
their honeymoon trip. They are
residing at present at the Hotel
Everglades, Miami.
Mrs. Crystle attended High-
land Park college in Detroit. The
bridegroom, a graduate of City
College of New York and Rhodes
Business college, served as a
message order chief in the 66th
Infantry Division. Former man-
ager of direct mail service for
Harper and Bros., book publish-
ers, Mr. Crystle is manager of
Ace Letter Service, Inc., in Mi-
ami.
At a ceremonial dinner at the
Hyde Park hotel, Marvin Kimmcl
v/as recently installed as presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Jay-
cet8.
Control of the Miami Industrial
Bank changed hands Saturday,
with the reins now held by Baron i
de Hirsch Meyer and Leonard L. j
Abess. The institution, formerly i
controlled by the Commercial In-1
vestment Trust, of New York
City, will be governed by a group
of local business men.
Lorraine Arden Klapper
Miss Lorraine Klapper
Engaged To L. B. Mell
The engagement of Miss Lor-
raine Arden Klapper to Labe
Baruch Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St.,
was announced by Miss Klapper's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Klapper at their home in Moodus,
Conn. .
Mr. Mell is the son of Mrs. Vic-
tor Mell and the late Victor Mell
of Miami.
F.vi Miamians have accepted
appointments to serve on the area
rent advisory board. These in-
clude Charles B. Costar, Frank
L. Davis, Morton W. Leon, Renee
T. Urquidi, and Burnett Roth.
Appointment of a chairman to
head the second phase of the
I Mercy Hospital's Building Fund
has been made, according to the
Most Rev. Thomas J. McDonough,
auxiliary bishop of St. Augustine,
who announced that Denis V.
Renuart will serve in that ca-
pacity.
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Farewell Party For
Auxiliary President
A farewell party in the form
of a mah jongg and card party
for 15 guests was given in honor
of Mrs. Etha Beck, president of
the Miami Ladies Auxilary of
the Home for the Aged, by Ida
Shargaa at the home of Mrs. Sid-
ney J. Cazzer, 21 Palermo Ave..
Coral Gables, Tuesday, June 29
at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Beck is vacationing in
New York City for two months
where she will visit her mother
and family.
"The Community Chest is good
business," is the motto of the
new campaign chairman of the
organization, R. Warner Ring.
Ring plans an army of 3,600 vol-
unteer workers for the forthcom-
ing iall campaign, doubling the
number serving in last year's ef-
fort.
Chief Rabbi Installed
LONDON, (JTA)Chief Rabbi
Israel Brodi" was this w?ck in-
ducted as spiritual leader of the
Jews of Britain at a ceremony
held in the New Synagogue of
North London. The audience in-
cluded representatives of syna-
gogical bodies from all parts of
Britain and tne dominions.
Israel Government
Weathers 1st Crisis
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The Pro-
visional Government of Israel this
week weathered its first internal
crisis and emerged strengthened
politically and in the mind of the
public when the State Council,
provisional parliament. over-
whelmingly voted confidence in
the Cabinet of David Ben Gurinn
which had ordered the Israel De-
fense Army to halt by use of force
an Irgun attempt to land a cargo
of war materials on the Israel
coast in contravention to the U.N.
truce agreement. The Council's
vote also resolved a split in the
Cabinet.
The crisis in the Cabinet arose
immediately after the suppression
of the Irgunists' major effort to
land the Jabotinsky's cargo and
the arrest of over 60 prominent
Palestine and non-Palestinian Ir-
gunists. The two Mizrachi repre-
sentatives. Rabbi Judah L. Fish-
man and Moshe Shapiro, resigned,
accusing Ben Gurion of major
responsibility in the government-
Irgun split. However, when Ben
Gurion was upheld in the State
Council by a vote of 24-4, they
agreed to return to their posts.
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FRIDAY, JULY 2,
PAGE SIX
The American Jewish Adventure
Bv DR. JOSHUA LOTH LIEBMAN
Part II
"TSSS that among Jewish orgamxatiow, h> C^S "-*
the synagoaue en the one hand and the Jewish Center on he mora] coinmltment that
otheJcanbe sources of infinite light Between them there shou d .
not be a spirit cf petty r valrv and grim competition .We sihouW
have the statesmanship to understand that they supplement one
another. Recn A, the same time t
ight to make il
eRterpr se but let him
'ous or unconsciou-
tivism on the generations
to come.
A Moral Commitment
What an American Jew be-
is his own personal and
... affair long as he re
mains a private individual, but
he a mantl*
leadership m a Jewish movemen
Jewish educal '">'
but they are not sufl nt .|m, progr m where
tors for a full 3e\ play nA
Jewish e 1 n an
and stud
for a mi
ence.
The trut is thai
Jewish 1
afuu ann .,..,, ,,-
' nal and inforn al need I
iv a. 1 I
tive partners, hi
Israel to escaj
ation and alon< ni [the
contagion of Jewi
in different th
texts, suppl
worship, group th< rapy
spiritual affirmat n
th.-se twin foci of an
American Jev ipse.
A "Two-Way Passage"
Believing as 1 the
"field theory" as applied 1
to physics but to
maintain that thi
enough to do in order to fu
its major "field functions" of
formal Jewish edu t. .. l
and pel re'
ligious inspiration withe.'
on what must b<
temporary tens as purely se
cular or partially se
tional and athletic |
and other forms of group
technique. At the time 1
am sure the Jewish O
this land must n
cannot hope and should n I I
to become substitute -: n
There should be a "t'
passage" in thi relation
tween Jewish Center.- and -
goguesa pass
of Jews, youn
and adult alike indifferent to re-
ligion and to J
stimulated by joyous and affi
ative contacts within the C
walls to go to the synagogue for
a deeper know'.' [Jev
religion, of Jewish lit ex
periencing and creating n
and religious patterns of be-
lie 1 ">.......
'"-''name,1 rj
he I V"V'"
the validity of that foi which he
ids; namely, the Jewish p
well as the social-w of
his carei
I say tl al this is so very vital,
ta use we now
know, throm '""'
and in-
tl
. iS. Cl ren an I n,s as
iu I
,n and send its I I % '
ti : for croup '
activity. In this way we can
... a very fertile
hip' a-d I lentify with th heroes
I, P until the day
the Nati nal Jew ,.,,., ,,,,.. .. There is a con-
tes th |th or of
ai ease in the atn | ere of a
a in Jewis r I rewish ( pendent u]
: ... erely the verbal affirma-l
At t ions of faith,
eneral attitude
in our and wav of life
new a m s I | up work. -
.. jati m of th. complex- that Centei
I tl reative social 1 we owi il to th<
nologically. with a dynamic, af-
firmam,, creative Jewish pro-
, on hving-a program ha
,,ru.d into practice and that
'anserve as a model to be urn-
..;,, by all of those who come
within the orbit of the mfluence
t leadership.
I am happy to learn that the
IWB is 'ndeod PlanninR> '" lts
personnel training, to give Cen-
u workers a new orientation
in Jewish content and value, new
. new instrumentation. I
,. !lkew.se that all of the Jew-
. minaries of this country will
join wholeheartedly in this nam-
ing program for leaders in the
Center movement, and arrange
courses and programs for Center
workers to become deepened m
their love of and loyalty to Jew-
ish knowledge and Jewish con-
tent.
What a turning point will be
reached in American Jewish life
is happens, when rabbis
,. rained to understand, at least
.preciate the importance of
group work and informal educa-
tion, and when on the other hand
Center workers come to view
Jewish religious institutions with
sympathy and affirmation. To
nether, what a role can Syna
gogues and Jewish Centers play
in the birth of what Mr. Ger.
shovitz called an "indigenous
American Jewish culture." We
must put an end to the sense of
Jewish uprootedness among our
young people. We must say t0
them, "Here is clay for y0Ur
hands; model a Menorah! Here
arc melodies for your pens, young
Jewish musicians; sing unto the
Lord a new song! Here are mar-
velous Jewish stories for your
vivid creative imagination, young
Jewish writers; dip your pen into
the sea of ink that is Jewish his-
tory and fashion poems and
novels out of the multicolored
ocean of Jewish suffering and
triumph!"
Judaism as a Solution
We shall become wise enough
not to demand absolute answers,
but we shall also become wise
enough to present Jewishness to
the millions of our people in this
land not perennially as a prob-
lem, but rather as a solution, al-
(Continued on Page 14)
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Battle Royal At Zionist Convention
The story of the Ziopist move-
ment can be summed up in a
series of epical conflicts. Period-
ically, they seem to rock and
shake Zionism to its ve.y found-
ation. Their repercussions re-
verberate throughout the length
and breadth of world Jewry. Yet
after each struggle, Zionism has
emerged stronger than ever. They
merely attest to the explosive na-
ture of the Zionist idea, to the
spirit that brought about the Bal-
four Declaration, the Mandate,
the upbuilding of the Yishuv, the
unequal duel with Britain, and
the series of dramatic events that
culminated with the State Israel.
Another such conflict seems to
be shaping up at the next con-
vention on July 3 in Pittsburgh.
The issue is foreshadowed in an
exchange of letters between S. P.
Benamy, the chairman of the At-
lanta Zionist District, and Morris
Margulies, former secretary of the
Z. O. A. and now director of the
committee for progressive Zion-
ism. In a wrathful letter, Mr.
Benamy castigates the committee
for "stirring controversies." In i
masterful four-page answer, Mr
Margulies stresses the necessity
for free expression and open dis-
cussion by tried and tested Zion
ists who made enormous contri-
butions to the movement during
the past fifty years. Will this con-
test merely degenerate into a
clash with the Silver-Newman
regime over its "totalitarian con-
trol" of the Z. O. A.? Or is it the
beginning of an historic conflict
that will take its place along side
the famous secession over the
Uganda issue when the youthful
Weizman led the Russian in-
surgents out of the Sixth Con-
gress? Or the memorable struggle
between the Brandies and Weiz-
man forces in Cleveland over the
Karen Hayesod?
Zionism at Croisroadi
The formation of the State Is-
rael closes one epoch and opens
another. The time has come for
some hard thinking on Zionist
aims, principles, programs and
values. There are those who al-
ready maintain that the State
Israel is no longer the exclusive
province of the Zionists; some
even urge the scrapping of the
entire Zionist machinery. Charity
mongers will advocate turning
over all fund raising for the Is-
rael State to the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. And since the
Jewish State is no longer a con-
troversial matter, B'nai B'rith
may offer to adopt Israel as a
major project and give it parity
with the Anti-Defamation League.
Even bubble heads of the Ameri-
can Council for Judaism, Inc.
(before all its members resign)
may accept a job to assist, pro-
vided, of course, a sufficient iron-
clad guarantee be furnished that
such an assignment will not brand
them as citizens of the Jewish
State.
People are wondering what will
become of Zionism when the Is-
raeli State will rest on a sure
foundation? Will Zionist veterans
sit back and watch the new herd
of rah rah boys on the band
wagon wave the blue and white
flag and rehash the hackneyed
platitudes of the pre-Hi?rzi era.
Or will the creative force, the
dynamic fourth dimension if the
Jewish soul, reassert itself?
The time has come to re-ex-
amine and re-evaluate the entire
philosophy of Zionism. Earnest
thinking people cannot look com-
placently on the contemporary
world scene without strong mis-
givings. It looks like a million
Jews are destined to remain in
Europe and walk on soil soaked
with the blood of their families
Another million are stagnating
spiritually in Moslem lands of
ignorance and bigotry. Can we
be indifferent to political trends
in South Africa where a Hitler
worshipper is heading the anti-
Semitic party that has just at-
tained power? Nor can we easily
forget the anti-Jewish hysteria
whipped up with such ease by
Nazi agents and reptile dema-
gogues before World War II. Will
triumphant Zion.sts rest on their
aurels and content themselves
vith a tiny commonwealth be-
:ween the Jordan and Medi-
teranean, minus Jerusalem? Then
he six million who perished in
Cierman crematorias simply died
in vain.
Melvin Michaels
Joins Symphony
Melvin H. Michaels, violist with
the University of Miami sym-
phony orchestra for several years,
has been accepted by the Buffalo
Philharmonic symphony.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, Michaels received
his bachelor of arts degree last
week from the university where
he studied viola under Dr. Joel
Belov. Also an accomplished vio-
linist, the son of Mrs. Gertrude
B. Michaels of 2171 S.W. 2nd Ter.,
was accepted for a special course
with the Berkshire festival in
Massachusetts in July.
Michaels, whose grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner
of Miami, studied in Canada last
summer under William Prim-
rose.
He will join the Buffalo Sym-
phony in the fall.
B. & P. Women To Aid
Israel Medical Needs
A games party held last night
by the Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah at
the Ritz Plaza Hotel spearheads
summer activities of the group
on behalf of the state of Israel.
Proceeds of the affair, first of a
series of similar events to be held
weekly throughout the season,
will be devoted to the Medical
Supplies Plane, to be loaded with
drugs, food, hospital equipment,
tlood plasma and other essential
supplies. The mercy plane will
take off from New York and pro-
ceed to Tel Aviv.
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Services Friday evening al 8:16 p.m.
Rabbi Raab will speak on "The High-
lights of the Central Conference <>f
American Rabble." A reception for |
Rabbi Raab, who han just returned
from the Rabbis conference! will follow
the services.
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Z wit man; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Babbath eve services at 8:18 p.m. I
Dr. Kaplan will conduct services.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale.'
Friday evening services at 8:00.
Speaker t be announced.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave,. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services 8:45 p.m.;
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha
at ti:;',(i p.m. Maariv at 7:15.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at ii:ir,;
Saturday morning al '. a:m: Dally
services at 7:80 a.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 8:45 pm.
Sabbath morning Bervloes at v;a;
a.m. Mlncha at 6:45 followed bj Bhalos
Seudos, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Summer
sessions of tile Religious School will
bo held during the months of July
and August from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. Monday through Friday. Regis-
tration daily at office.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:43 p.m.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Mlncha
it II::!" p.m. followed by Slialns
Si'iidoB.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.'
S'ervlces Friday evening at 6:45 p.in.
Sabbath servlees at S::si a.m. Regis-
tration for summer Hebrew school
9:30 a.m. Monday. Class dally, Monday
through Thursday. a.m. to 12 noon.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening Bervlce at 7 p.m.
Saturday morning service at a.m.
Hebrew religious school 8 a.m. to 12
noon.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at B:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 1<> a.m.
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Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Friday evening service at C p.m.
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PAGE NINE
Hfi^s Myra Jean Scheer and Maurice Samuels were united in
marriage l>\ Rabbi Col man A. Zwitman during a double ring, candle-
Been mony, Sunday, June 27, at the Robert Richter hotel. The
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer of 2110 S.W.
^Et. and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Samuels of
6486 S.W. 10th Terr.
Mrs. Samuels was at-
tended by Mrs. M. Jos-
epher, matron of honor;
Miss Bernice Namoff,
maid of honor; Misses
Lee Sunshine, Marilyn
Amstcr, Marion Sherman
and Sonny Jaffee, brides
maids. The groom was
attended by best man.
Joseph Levitskey; ush-
ers were Morris Joseph-
er. Allan Greenberg, Sy
Moultcr, Stuart Shapiro
and Bob Grossberger. The
brides book was kept by
her cousin, Miss Mavis
Meyers.
A reception and dinner
followed by dancing took
place after the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests in-
cluded the bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. Cohen; the
bride's aunt, Mrs. Rachis.
both of Chicago; and Mr.
and Mrs. Brookless of
Pittsfield, Mass., uncle
and aunt of the groom.
The couple are on an
Mrs. Maurice Samuels extended honeymoon,
|ting Chicago, New York and Boston.
The former Miss Scheer attended the University of Miami and
_sh Business School. Mr. Samuls served five years in the Army
also attended the University of Miami.
mny Sperlings
tailed In Home
irden Wedding
"he garden of the home of
bbi Moses Mescheloff was the
le of the June 8 wedding of
Bs Rita Ginsburg, daughter of
and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg.
14 S.W. 21st St., to Arnold
fcnnv) Sperling, son of Mr. and
William Sperling, 3545 S.W.
ird Ave.
Irs. Charlotte Baida, sister of
groom, attended Mrs. Sporl-
matron of honor, while Miss
Jth Grayson attended her cousin
maid of honor.
fulius Baida served as his
Dther-in-law's best man.
ISolnist, during the ceremony,
as Miss Marion Cohen, cousin
| the groom, who sang "Be-
|use" and "I Love You" accom-
jinied by Arnold Grayson, cousin
the bride.
[The couple left for a two week
neymoon trip to New York fo1-
>wing a bridal dinner for all
ucsts at the Shelborr.e hotel, Mi-
li Beach.
The bride and groom both
raduntcd Miami Senior High
ehool. Mr. Sperling attended the
[Diversity of Miami after his dis-
large from the Army in 1943.
Out of town guests attending
le wedding were Mrs. Libbv
Lbrams, Syracuse, N. Y., grand-
nother of the bride; Mr. and
Irs. Benjamin Goldstein and Mr.
Itnd Mrs. Irving Ozersky, Bing-
hamton, N. Y.
[Pioneer Women Council
[Announces Chairmen
The final meeting before ad-
journing for the summer has been
leld by the Greater Miami Coun-
:il of Pioneer Women at the home
Df Mrs. Isaac Kaplan. Mrs. Kap-
[lan. newly elected president,
Imade the following appointments
Jof chairmenships for the coming
Iseason: Moatzoth Hapoaloth, Mrs.
IHarry Faber, co-chairman, Mrs.
(Louis Rubin; membership, Mrs.
Fred Sandier; JNF, Mrs. Ethel
Dorf; child rescue, Mrs. Miriam
Rosengarten; youth and educa-
tion, Mrs. Yetta Davidson; cul-
tural, Mrs. Max Shapiro: public-
relations, Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, co-
chairman, Mrs. I. S. Shapoff; and
[legislation, Mrs. David Washer.
Harold Leibman
Weds Miss Simon
In ."N'ew York
The marriage of Miss Robina
Simon and Harold F. Leibman.
son of David Leibman and the
late Mrs. Leibman, 615 29th St.,
Miami Beach, was solemnized in
the Hotel Pennsylvania, New
York, June 20.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon, Nor-
wich, Conn.
Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer of the
Park Ave. Synagogue, New York,
officiated. The service was fol-
lowed by a reception and dinner.
Mrs. William Blumfeld, the
bride's cousin, was matron of
honor. The bridegroom's brother,
Joseph Leibman of Miami Beach,
was best man. Ushers were Mayer
Simon, Norwich, the bride's bro-
ther; Milton Sisselman, Philadel-
phia, and Arnold Mandel, New
York, the cousin of the bride-
groom.
The new Mrs. Leibman is a
graduate of the University of
Connecticut and received a mas-
ter's degree in psychiatric social
work at Simmons college this
June. She served with the Amer-
ican Red Cross at Ft. Dix, N. J..
during the war.
Mr. Leibman is a graduate of
the University of Miami where
he was a member of Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity. He served three
years overseas with the army and
was discharged as a lieutenant.
After a wedding trip through
the west and California, the new-
lyweds will live in Miami.
Personally Speaking
Miss Shirley Merlin, 1767 S.W. 13th St., is home from
Vanderbuilt University, Nashville, Tenn. for a three week vaca-
tion.
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Spending a month at the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Jessie Bloch, of New York City. The Blochs are the nephew and
niece of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon, Everglades hotel. An-
other nephew, Aaron Friedman, is also here on a short vaca-
tion. He is staying with an aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Wolff, of North
Alton Road.
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Dr. Elias Freidus, of 420 W. San Marino Drive, has re-
turned after a two weeks vacation in New York City. While
there he attended the Louis-Walcott fight.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein of Miami Beach, celebrated
their first wedding anniversary last week at a gathering at the
Shelborne hotel. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stone,
Mrs. Bernstein is the former Adele Stone.
* *
Mrs. Max Tendrich and daughter Helene Sandra left last
week for a one month vacation in Chicago. They are motoring
north with Mrs. Tendrich's father, Joseph Needle, who has been
visitina the family in Miami.

Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 111 S.W. 30th Rd., left last week with
her children for a short visit in New York.
Schwartzman Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N.
Schwartzman of 2845 Fairgreen
Dr., Miami Beach, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Harriet to Erwin B. Frenkil, son
of Mrs. Dora Frenkil and the late
Samuel M. Frenkil of Baltimore,
Md.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
Heimans Celebrate
Golden Anniversary
Independence Day holds special
significance for Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Heiman, 1951 S.W. lfith
Terr., who will celebrate their'
golden wedding anniversary on
that day. A family dinner will be
held at the home of their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Heiman, of Rivo Alto
Island. Among the guests will be
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Heiman, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Samet of Miami,
Isidore Heiman, Mrs. Harry
Divoskain and Mrs. I. M. Galanty.
of Atlanta.
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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948
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PAGE ELEVEN
Jewish All-Day School Has Rightful Place In Education System
By A. P. CANNES
Executive Director, Bureau of
Jewish Education
I am prompted to write this
long over-due article on the He-
brew Academy in answer to Harry
Simonhoff's column on the subject
which appeared on Friday, June
4.
The Jewish All-day School is
the subject of controversy in the
American Jewish Community
and therefore needs clarification.
Principle of Public
School Education
Jewish educators accept the
cardinal principle of the public
school in America and consider
it the bulwark of democracy. We
accept the basic principle of the
separation of church and state
and agree whole heartedly with
PATTERN OF JEWISH EDUCATION
JEWISH EDUCATION AT PRESENT
program integrated into the gen-If you like, put the all-day school
eral program and all of them in this category-
show promise of supplementing | Admittedly there are several
the Jewish educational program types of all-day schools in this
of the fall and winter.
d. The community must recogn-
ize its stake in the Jewish edu-
cation of its children, youth and
country. Some are not in keep-
ing with American educational
standards (teachers, buildings,
programs). There are others that
adults, and must make provision are progressive in program and
picture which includes all types to limited time devoted to study.
of educational ideologies in con-
sonance with the diversity in Jew-
ish life with the proviso that they
have a positive outlook on Jew-
ish life. The Q.E.D. of this is that
the Jewish all-day school, the
the recent decision regarding this'.most intensive form of Jewish ed-
subject handed down by the Su-
preme Court. Not at all times
have the above mentioned princi-
ples been practiced to our satis-
faction. This we know from our
experience in this community. As
Americans and as Jews we are
ready to battle until the principle
is firmly established. Certainly
the Jews do not want ghettoiza-
tion or segregationand it is not
the intention of any one to bring
this about, nor can it be brought
about.
Let us clarify it a little more.
American and Jewish Democracy
In light of what was said above,
does the all-day school have a
right to exist? Does it have a
ucation, is deservant of recogni-
tion and support.
The existence of the all-day
school will not lead to the se-
gregation and ghettoization of
Jews in America. The children
who attend the elementary all day
schools enter the public high
schools and colleges. The gradu-
ates of the all-day school have
not proven to be bad Americans,
nor have they segregated them-
selves. A study of individuals
who attended all-day schools" and
how they have fared as Ameri-
cans and Jews in adulthood has
not yet been made but would
prove most interesting. Only then
would we have scientific basis for
for centralized supervision, ex-
perimentation, central Hebrew
high schools, teacher training and
adult education.
e. Jewish educators realize that
987r of Jewish children will re-
ceive their Jewish education in
the Hebrew, Yiddish and Sunday
and that many children go un-
schooled. What is to be done?
Many answers have been given
and are discussed in Jewish edu-
cational circles today. In this brief
article, I shall point to some of
the answers. Taken in totality we
Jewish educators feel that the fol-
lowing will make for a partial m this country will attend such
solution to the important prob-
lem:
modern in educational approach.
The Hebrew Academy of Miami
Beach is being built upon such
principles. It is in its early stages
of development, but judging from
the physical appearance of its
building, the type of teacher (He-
brew and public school) it is at-
is
schools. For the select, however, I tractir g, and the program it
it is admitted that the most in- tQ int0 effect it should
tensive form of Jewish education | *
is the all-day school. Jewish ed- j make an outstanding contribu-
ucators realize that not more than
tion to Jewish education in our
3r/< of the 800,000 Jewish children community.
rightful place in our Jewish edu- making assertions. Nor would it
cational system? Firstly from the lead to segregation in terms of
American point of view: The con-
stitution recognizes the right of
any group to organize schools out-
side of the public school system,
provided the schools meet basic
requirements (safety, hygiene,
course of study, teaching staff,
etc.) set up by local and state
authorities.
From the Jewish point of view:
We recognize the right of Re-
form, Conservative, Orthodox,
Sholom Aleichem, Workmen Cir-
cle, Farband and other schools,
to organize and carry out an ed-
ucational program in accordance
with their ideology. We recognize
that these schools reflect the
diversity in Jewish organized life
in Americaand generally speak-
ing, any school system is a re-
flection of existing conditions in
society. It follows that in this pat-
tern of a democracy in the Jew-
ish community, the all-day school
should be afforded recognition of
its right to exist and of its place
in the Jewish educational system.
In short Jewish educators see
Jewish education as a pattern or
lead to segregat
numbers since the number of
children involved is, compara-
tively speaking, small.
The Name Parochial
We Jews love to borrow nom-
enclature from our Christian
neighbors. The term "parochial"
is strictly a Christian term. The
dictionary says that it "pertains
to a parrish, or church district."
"Parochial" implies central
church ownership, church financ-
ing and control, a faculty of
clergymen and nuns. The Jewish
all-day school lacks all these
qualifications. The word paro-
chial perhaps may be used in the
sense of limited or restricted, and
all recognize that the all-day
school is and will be limited in
terms of numbers.
The Problem of Jewish
Education
A full treatment of this sub-
ject would require many pages.
Generally speaking Jewish edu-
cators agree that a Sunday school
education is inadequate, that the
daily afternoon Hebrew schools
can achieve a bare minimum, due
a. Parents must come to realize
that a Sunday school education
cannot give their children an
adequate Jewish education. The
Sunday school must become a
two day or three day school. The
trend in the country is in that
direction.
b. Children who come to daily
afternoon Hebrew must begin
their education earlier and re-
main after Bar Mitzvah. The
school should not be looked upoiT
as a Bar Mitzvah "factory."
Foundation schools ( nursery
schools) should be established in
every school or on a community
wide basis. Jewish values should
be the core of the curriculum. If
children begin their Jewish ed-
ucation earlier and stay longer,
there is a strong likelihood the
end results will be better.
c. The summer should be util-
ized for Jewish education. In the
summer camp the child can live
Jewishly (the observance of the
Sabbath, Jewish song and dance,
etc.) and can devote some time to
study. This is in addition to reg-
ular camp activities. More and
more summer camps are being de-
'eloped with a Jewish educational
To sum up:
schools. (Can we call this se- > W* [* s diversity in Jewish
gregation or ghettoization?, Yet life and in Jewish educational ap-
ft fs an important and needed proaches The all-day school is
aspect of Jewish education. We pa. o th.s d.vers.tv an s
.-peak of America as one of the ughtful and necessary place in
two centers of Jewish life. ""* ***l0n*l*y*l"JL
Where will our future rabbis I To solve the problem of Jew-
come from? Where will our He- education, workmurtlbedone
irew teachers receive their basic ; n all ^\**Z**Z*Z**
training? Where will our Jewish- !* Pr9ram of exlst,ng schooU'
ly educated laymen come from?
Will the Sunday schools and He-
recognition of the need for the
form oi intensive Jewish educa-
brew schools with their attenu- *.** W3JII**L!5L,e,?
ii .v. uai9 all-day scnool. community plan-
oud ,/r.ugramS ? k ft?. Utagfor Jewish education, and
Should there not be an inst.tu- 9 importance, a
ion to America to provide an in- th(j
tensive education for future rab- *"" ,..,.
bis, teachers, and other Jewish percentage ot unschooled,
professionals?
The all-day school is the in-
stitution that can help in this di-
rection more so than the other
institutions, even if they intesify
their program. Let's look at it dif-
ferently. The private school is an
accepted institution in America.
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vJewlsti fk>ridUan
PAGE THIRTEEN
>uncil Women Call
lergency Session
I An emergency meeting of Mi-
li Section, National Council of
bwish Women, has been called
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at
he Hyde Park hotel, 4041 Collins
\ye. Recommendations of the
ard for the coming season's
cial Welfare Program will be
kid before the assembly. This
rogram will include assistance to
lie Southeastern Division of the
lental Health Society, and the
erebral Palsy Association.
A fifty minute sail to the
robus Club was enjoyed recent-
by members of the Miami See-
on, National Council Jewish
pomen, where they attended a
recial board meeting.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, hostess
iid chairman of the Social Wel-
fare Committee, recommended
lat Council underwrite the sal-
ary of a trained physiotherapist
ar the Cerebral Palsy Associa-
tion, as part of their social wel-
fare project for the coming sea-
son. This was unanimously passed
|>y the board and will be placed
eto't the general assembly at a
neeting on July 7.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman
jf the Scholarship Fund Commit-
ee, announced the award of two
cholarships to the University of
liami. Plans were made to hold
picnic supper and dance during
July. Following the meeting
luncheon was served at the club
House, followed by. swimming,
fashing and other activities.
Two Miami Beach 'Buddies' Earn
College Degrees, Many Honors
LEGAL NOTICE
NO'i ICE UNDER FICTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBRY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Florida Maid Lingerie at Langford
Building, Miami. Pla.. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HERMAN KAflAN
MARTIN W. VOGBL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Florida Maid Lingerie
6/4-11-18-23 7/2_____________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TUB CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
117487.
LENA CARRITY. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMBS H. OARRITY, Defendant.
YOU. JAMES H. OARRITY. 40T.
North Geddes Street, Syracuse, New
York, are notified to file your Ap-
pearance In the above cause for Di-
vorce, on or before July 3, 1948.
or a decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED: June 3, 1948,
B. B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
Wasman. Silver and Sakowltz
Attorneys for Plan tiff
Suite 918 Seybokl Building
Miami. Florida
6/4-11-18-25 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the rnderslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
North West Cut Rate IJquor Store
at 10G3 N. W. 79th Street, Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL STERN
Sole Owner
6/11-18-25 7/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Meat and Pood Market at 1156
N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HENRY KNEI88L
ALEXANDER GOLD
Partners
Myers, Helman and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicants
72-9-16-23-30
[Landau Chapter
Names Committees
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter,
iB'nai B'rith Young Women, have
[elected committee chairmen for
[the coming year, according to the
[announcement by Miss Gloria
[Farkas, president. These include
fthe Misses Elaine Schwartz and
jArlene Sisselman, social; Dorothy
iirnbaum and Ellen Rosenbloom,
lewspaper; Miss Shirley Fried-
hnan, Anti-Defamation League;
fMiss Doris Weinberg, telephone;
Mrs. Stanley Wallman, publicity;
Misses Henny Rosenthal and Miss
Evelyn Kaplan, membership;
Shirley Collegeman, community;
Miss Lenore Bergida, cultural;
[Muriel Rooff, religious; Norma
JThalblum, overseas; Terry Shul-
| man, athletic.
Plans have been completed for
a July 3 observance party at the
home of Dr. Benjamin Landau
after whose wife the chapter has
been named.
Allan Westin
Two Miami Beach boys who
have distinguished themselves in-
dividually and as a team in both
scholastic and extra-curricular
activities, are Gerald Lyon Gor-
don, 19, and Allan Westin, 18M,
recent magna cum laude gradu-
ates of the University of Florida.
Serving together on the debate
team, the two earned their col-
lege first place in the Southern
Regional conference of 48 schools,
and went on to take second
place nationally. With the win-
ners of West Point, Gerald and
Allan were invited to appear on
the "We The People" program
ubout a month ago.
Both members of Pi Lambda
Gerald Lyon Gordon
Phi, they were among six on
campus who made Phi Beta
Kappa as well as Phi Kappi Phi,
academic honorary. Only other
Jewish student to be graduated
with the magna cum laude status
was another Pi Lamb, Theodore
Benjamin of Jacksonville.
Buddies for years, the two Mi-
amians have both been admittec1
to enter Harvard Law School in
the fall.
Gerald is the son of Mr. and
Mis. Harry Gordon; Allan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin, all
of Miami Beach. Mr. Gordon is
a Miami Beach attorney and Mr.
Westin, operator of the Cabana
Sportswear shop.
Maurice C. Cohn Buys
Ward Distributing Plant
Beach "Y" To Show
Film On Palestine
The "Dream of My People"
starring Cantor Joseph Rosen-
blatt, will be shown by the Mi-
ami Beach Y on July 4 at 8:30
p.m. The film, one of a series
being presented by the Y, is set
in Palestine, and the public is in-
vited to attend.
The discussion group of the
Beach organization met last night
to discuss "The Truce in Palestine
and Its Implication in the United
Nations." Dr. I. R. Goodman was
discussion leader, with Jerry
Carver acting as moderator.
Proceed Of Affair
Go To Haganah
A fund-raising games party
with all proceeds to go to Ha-
ganah was sponsored by Rose
Cnapter B'nai B'rith Women
Tuesday, June 29, at the home of
Mrs. Alex Greenfield. Arrange-
ments for the evening were made
by the Mesdames Erwin B. Mar-
shall, Harold Reinhard, Isidore
Burak, David Platt and Harry
burak.
Singer To Speak
To (tables Group
Tuesday Night
Kurt Singer, author, foreign
correspondent, and authority on
international affairs, will head-
line a community Americanism
program sponsored by the Coral
Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith on
Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., July 6, at
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.
According to Leonard Spiegel
president, Mayor Keith Phillip.-
of Coral Gables and other civil
and community leaders have beer
invited to participate in the pro-
giam and near Singer discuss hil
best seller "Spies and Traitors.'
Jerome Adelman and Alex Al-
vin are co-chairmen of the Amer-
icanism program.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO I TUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
KliOUIDA. IN 1'ltOHATE, No.
21063.
In Re: ESTATE OP MORUIS S.
RUBIN also known as M. S. RUBIN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Batata!
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
laims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Morris S. Rubin also known
as M. S. Uubin, deceased, late of Hade
County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P.
Wanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In his office In
'he County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
y, Plorida. within eight calendar
nonths from the date of the first
nibllcatlon hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
>>e barred. See Section 130 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date June 16, A.D. 1948.
MILTON K. UUBIN and
HAHUY ZUKEUNIOK
As Executors of the I .tat Will and
Testament of Morris S. Rubin also
known as M. 8. Uubln, Deceased.
HARRY ZUKEUNIOK
Attorney for Executors
i/18-25 7/2-9
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV,.IEE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
* JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JERRY'S Itx PHARMACY at 2237
B.W. I2nd Street, Miami, Plorida, in-
tends to register said nun.- with the
Clark <>f the circuit Court of Dado
County, Plorida.
A. .1. IGNEL7.I
WASMA.V. SILVER A.- SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
6/2.1 7/2-9-1G-23
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 18138.
UE: ESTATE OF
BLANCHE 1'.. Ho s undo UK,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Executors
.if the estate of BLANCHE B.
UOSENDORP deceased; and that on
the 20th day Of July, 1948. will apply
to the Honorable W. P. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County. Plor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge ns Executors
of the Estate of BLANCHE H.
Uoskndohf, deceased.
This 22nd day Of June, 1948.
MILTON S. BINSWANOER and
HOWARD S. ROSENDORF,
as Executors of the Estate of
Blanche B. Bosendorf, Deceased.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Executors
6/26 7/2-9-lfi
Proceeds of a card party to b
held by the Miami Jewish Or
tnodox Sisterhood Tuesday atom
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mur-
ray Shulman, 542 S.W. Wth Aye.,
i will go towards the new building
fund.
Maurice C. Cohn
Maurice C. Cohn, owner of
World Wide Importing and Ex-
porting Company, has announced
the purchase from Ward Distri-
buting Company of its wine
plant. Among the nationally
known lines now represented by
World Wide are Christian Bro-
thers, Chateau Martin, Manische-
witz Passover Wines, Rose City
and Granny's Georgia Blackberry
wine. This transaction will make
World Wide one of the largest
wine bottlers in the state of
Florida.
William Pallot acted as attor-
ey tor Mr. Cohn, who has been
operating in greater Miami for
he last 13 years.
A director of National ChU
rlren's Cardiac Home and the Chi-
"p0 Club, Mr. Cohn resides with
his wife on Hibiscus Island.
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOH DADK COUNTY.
KI.OUIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
117957.
BETH AI. CULP, Plaintiff, vs.
WALTER CULP, Defendant.
TO: Mil WALTER CULP
554 FOREST AVENUE,
BELLEVIEW
PITTSBURGH. PA.
TC>U AUK HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
July 3d, 194S, otherwise a decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 25 day of June. 1948.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT HOTII
attorney for Plaintiff,
112 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ray's Cut Rale at 501 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, Fla intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court DAVID OLASER
Role (iwner
Welnstein. Welnsteln and Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicant
12" Lincoln ltd.
Miami Reach, Florida
6/25 7/2-9-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Dude club at 700 N. E. 1st Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida
FRANCES J. TiiWT
Bole Owner
8/18-25 7/2-9-lfi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO: IDA ELIZABETH ESKUIDCE
c/o Webster Ivlns
Harrington, Delaware
YOU. IDA ELIZABETH EKK-
IUDGE, are hereby notified to
vour appearance In the above
flit
causi
-.ui iippenrance in ine anove cause
for divorce on or before the 3fHh day
>f July, 1948, otherwise a decree pro
onfesso will he entered against vou
Dated: June 29, 194S.
E. B. LEATHF.U.MAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. fug p..
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
7/2-9-16-23
(he
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
..ie undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
>f Icon's Arrow French Cleaners &
Dyers at 1390 S.W. 8th St.. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
LARRY L. WHITE
ILONA WHITE,
Sole Owners.
1EORCE CHEBTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
fi07 Olympla Bldg.
7/2-9-16-23-30
Florida.* ......* Da* Cou:,,y'
HAp.vi:v ERSHOWSKT
... ARTHUR 8CHAAP
"elnsteln. Welnsteln & Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicants
6/18-23 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Florida." ........""n,y-
BEN KIRSCHNEH
LILLIAN KIRSCHNER
8/18-25 7/2-9-lfi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Plaminero Trailer Park at 2960 N.W.
36th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH RPITZER
Sole Owner
HAUUY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
7/2-9-16-28-30_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslness under the fictitious name of
S & S Services at 1442 S. W. 8th
Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIMON SCHUBERT
SAMUEL SPIEOEL
MARX FABEB
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Building
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT court op TIIF
ELEVENTH JUDKMXL circuit
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
Ooi-nty. IN CHANCERY. No.
117702.
CLAIRE P. SILVERS, Plaintiff, vs.
MUUUAY SILVERS, Defendant.
TO: MUUUAY SILVERS
3(1 Hazel Street
Brooklvn, New York
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit for divorce has been Instituted
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to file therein your appearance
or answer on or before July 15. 194S,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 15 day of June, 1948.
E. B. LBATHEBMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By P. J. o.OUI.D,
Deputy Clerk.
MAUX M. FE1NBEBO
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
6/18-25 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M (? I W
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
.Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Hill No.
1175, Chapter No. 2095:'.. laws of Flor-
ida. 1941. will register with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade
County, Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name. to-Wit: FIVE
O'CI/TOK CLUB under which 1 am
engaged In busln< ss at 2002 Collins
Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach.
Florida.
That the party interested In said
business enterprise. Is as follows:
BAM BARKE-N.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Applicant
7/2-9-17-23
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rJewlstrhrMte'1
FRIDAY, JULY 2,
LIVES OF OURJOMES
On march 40M.AU flags Hi tmi
STATE CAPITOL, AlB*nr,N.r,WE
FLOWN AT HALF-MAST IN MEMORY OF
A6REATPU6LIC SERVANT/HILAN-
THROflST AND CIVIC LEADER-
for new roRK COT '-fciVi
r>4-' NORMAN *nd soi MOcR
^ W RMOOa I SIMON
ScTWTlH LED HER TO A'WMTRUNT
MATOR LA6UA*DIA AS MCMMR OF
?Hl 0AW OF RICHER DUCATH>H.
ZEAL FOR CHAMPIONING TNI
PUftUC INTEREST LED NIM TO
SERVE Z TEARS WITHOUT MY At
ASST. ATTOAMfY GENERAL OF NY
state in charge OF election'
FRAUDS
r -L. .. -
REPUftl M?INATlOM fOR
U S SENATOR f MM MX STATE.
IN I9II.PRES.HOOVER APPOINTED NIM
US ATTORNEV FOR THE SOUTHERN
DISTRICT OF NY. SUCCESS IN SMASH-
ING PUBLIC RACKETEERING, SMUGG-
LING AND VICE R'NGS BROUGHT
HIM NATION-WIDE ACCLAIM.
INTENSELY INTERESTED IN JEWISH
COMMUNAL AFFA.AS, HE SERVED*
PRESOFTHEN-YHD OF JEWISH
fNILANTHUHES ANO VICE PRESIDENT
OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH
COMMITTEE.
IN 1945, GOVERNOR DEWEY
APPOINTEO MEDALIE TO THE
HIGHEST JUDICIAL POST IN THE
STATE-JUSTICE OF NEW YORK
STATE COURT OF APPEALS.
ATC2.MEPAUE Ml AT AlRANT.H.y.
TMI GOAL Of THIS MAN'S IIFt WAS
APTLY SUMMED UP AS-'......THE
PURSUIT OF JUSTICE AND CHARITY
TOWARD NIS FEUOW-MAN.*
THIS WAS
JUSTICE
QOnGX.
MtmMt imi jiwiim mieii'KK Aiet
Six Year ONI
Honors I'IjijlS Hay
A F D
tion "
: ;
1 : tes i
I to hon thi
Sti nd Stripes. D |
;t the lack of piti I lisolay ol
The American Jewish Adventure
. lers in ever; I A 1
Israel Mission Offices
Blessed By Rabbi
Rabbi Klavan formally presented
I the silver mczuzoth to Mr. Ep-
, stein.
(Continued from Pagi I
In keeping with traditional
: ":sh commui custom Rabbi Joshua
:' : the '' '! ,;': Klavan ea of th<
it .1 in this vi :y fruitful hi I
Let there
' v of
i ( an t nd <>f that
. 1] ,v ii h
Washington
. last week blessed the
0| the Israeli Mission at
the banm J I
<.
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Aidi i by his sister, Ir
Thi Pli '-" ol Al-
them in
' salul to '. fl g aci
"My
C ntrj "T : Tl 1 1 "
Ira. tudenl I I h Hebn w
Academy, B
- love I the fla|
when at thi ol II
d up in his 1 .lute
I colors, At the age ol 3
. -ded Ira's rei dition
0 t e Pie Ige to the Flag." a
nt th
triot an
t, Dur ng 1 ar Ira had a
-.-." saluting to his he irt'
tenl thei prevalent
play SI SI Hi
kid"
tr. the arnv in the an
Ira iv : eautil il m v I
to 1 thi nner of the state
1which its plate
in his irt with the in-
:' the United Stab
embers of the Israeli Mission.
ffitmjff
.-. nei bring forth
not the wild 2210 Massac usetts Ave.. and nf-
S( ... 3, ritual rixed 10 silvei mezuzoth on the
:' this country loor panels of the Mission's head-
and so frustrat. I. I :-' : thI e sweet ^
;. : then b. in end of the w. vidual Jewish digni- [n a sl,rpl(, ceremony attended
p by vested interests of their ty, of J( nd ol Dy Eliahu Epstein, the Israeli cn-
little segment of Jewish life, ..." fulfillment in voy, Arthur Livcrhant. and other
il en thi totality. Let
there >< tl e beginnii g of a cul-
:i by all Jewish lead.- ..1 I P ychically. I
country ol a mutuality
mderstanding. a shared respect Oh God Mi th< yea
and a profound consecration for 11 the stom
the m w tasks ahead of us May that America]
the words ot Isaiah take on 'in abund-
new meaning today: "My well 1 and of
eloved hath a vineyard in a very life, sweel into oui taste, nour-
ruitful till, and he fenced it an irselves and the genera
; out stom s thereof 1 I yet \ ..
1 id he looked that it should '
ring forth grapes and behold it
b ought forth wild grapes."
111 vineyard ot American Jew-1
is lifi it forth I
il pes of 1 hip,
s< eta tion. Je\
: nti nd Ji w. n
ance, each group cultivating
. ly its little plol il
need :
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+Jewish tier Mian
PAGE FIFTEEN
CALLING All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
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YOUR REGULAR VISITS
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Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the
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Blood Bank of Dade County
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Delegates Leave For Zionist Convention;
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sylvania. Jul; :
situation in Israeli, tl
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FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1948 I'll Say... fJewisJh ftcridliari PAGE SEVEN By HARRY SIMONHOFF Battle Royal At Zionist Convention The story of the Ziopist movement can be summed up in a series of epical conflicts. Periodically, they seem to rock and shake Zionism to its ve.y foundation. Their repercussions reverberate throughout the length and breadth of world Jewry. Yet after each struggle, Zionism has emerged stronger than ever. They merely attest to the explosive nature of the Zionist idea, to the spirit that brought about the Balfour Declaration, the Mandate, the upbuilding of the Yishuv, the unequal duel with Britain, and the series of dramatic events that culminated with the State Israel. Another such conflict seems to be shaping up at the next convention on July 3 in Pittsburgh. The issue is foreshadowed in an exchange of letters between S. P. Benamy, the chairman of the Atlanta Zionist District, and Morris Margulies, former secretary of the Z. O. A. and now director of the committee for progressive Zionism. In a wrathful letter, Mr. Benamy castigates the committee for "stirring controversies." In i masterful four-page answer, Mr Margulies stresses the necessity for free expression and open discussion by tried and tested Zion ists who made enormous contributions to the movement during the past fifty years. Will this contest merely degenerate into a clash with the Silver-Newman regime over its "totalitarian control" of the Z. O. A.? Or is it the beginning of an historic conflict that will take its place along side the famous secession over the Uganda issue when the youthful Weizman led the Russian insurgents out of the Sixth Congress? Or the memorable struggle between the Brandies and Weizman forces in Cleveland over the Karen Hayesod? Zionism at Croisroadi The formation of the State Israel closes one epoch and opens another. The time has come for some hard thinking on Zionist aims, principles, programs and values. There are those who already maintain that the State Israel is no longer the exclusive province of the Zionists; some even urge the scrapping of the entire Zionist machinery. Charity mongers will advocate turning over all fund raising for the Israel State to the Joint Distribution Committee. And since the Jewish State is no longer a controversial matter, B'nai B'rith may offer to adopt Israel as a major project and give it parity with the Anti-Defamation League. Even bubble heads of the American Council for Judaism, Inc. (before all its members resign) may accept a job to assist, provided, of course, a sufficient ironclad guarantee be furnished that such an assignment will not brand them as citizens of the Jewish State. People are wondering what will become of Zionism when the Israeli State will rest on a sure foundation? Will Zionist veterans sit back and watch the new herd of rah rah boys on the band wagon wave the blue and white flag and rehash the hackneyed platitudes of the pre-Hi?rzi era. Or will the creative force, the dynamic fourth dimension if the Jewish soul, reassert itself? The time has come to re-examine and re-evaluate the entire philosophy of Zionism. Earnest thinking people cannot look complacently on the contemporary world scene without strong misgivings. It looks like a million Jews are destined to remain in Europe and walk on soil soaked with the blood of their families Another million are stagnating spiritually in Moslem lands of ignorance and bigotry. Can we be indifferent to political trends in South Africa where a Hitler worshipper is heading the antiSemitic party that has just attained power? Nor can we easily forget the anti-Jewish hysteria whipped up with such ease by Nazi agents and reptile demagogues before World War II. Will triumphant Zion.sts rest on their aurels and content themselves %  vith a tiny commonwealth be:ween the Jordan and Mediteranean, minus Jerusalem? Then he six million who perished in Cierman crematorias simply died in vain. Melvin Michaels Joins Symphony Melvin H. Michaels, violist with the University of Miami symphony orchestra for several years, has been accepted by the Buffalo Philharmonic symphony. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, Michaels received his bachelor of arts degree last week from the university where he studied viola under Dr. Joel Belov. Also an accomplished violinist, the son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Michaels of 2171 S.W. 2nd Ter., was accepted for a special course with the Berkshire festival in Massachusetts in July. Michaels, whose grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner of Miami, studied in Canada last summer under William Primrose. He will join the Buffalo Symphony in the fall. B. & P. Women To Aid Israel Medical Needs A games party held last night by the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah at the Ritz Plaza Hotel spearheads summer activities of the group on behalf of the state of Israel. Proceeds of the affair, first of a series of similar events to be held weekly throughout the season, will be devoted to the Medical Supplies Plane, to be loaded with drugs, food, hospital equipment, tlood plasma and other essential supplies. The mercy plane will take off from New York and proceed to Tel Aviv. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Services Friday evening al 8:16 p.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on "The Highlights of the Central Conference <>f American Rabble." A reception for | Rabbi Raab, who han just returned from the Rabbis conference! will follow the services. Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Z wit man; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Babbath eve services at 8:18 p.m. I Dr. Kaplan will conduct services. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale.' Friday evening services at 8:00. Speaker t be announced. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave,. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services 8:45 p.m.; Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha at ti:;',(i p.m. Maariv at 7:15. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at ii:ir,; Saturday morning al '. a:m: Dally services at 7:80 a.m. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 8:45 pm. Sabbath morning Bervloes at v;a; a.m. Mlncha at 6:45 followed bj Bhalos Seudos, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Summer sessions of tile Religious School will bo held during the months of July and August from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration daily at office. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:43 p.m. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Mlncha it II::!" p.m. followed by Slialns Si'iidoB. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.' S'ervlces Friday evening at 6:45 p.in. Sabbath servlees at S::si a.m. Registration for summer Hebrew school 9:30 a.m. Monday. Class dally, Monday through Thursday. a.m. to 12 noon. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening Bervlce at 7 p.m. Saturday morning service at a.m. Hebrew religious school 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at B:15 p.m. Saturday services at 1<> a.m. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholonv 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. 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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948 tJewlstifhridfiar? PAGE FIVE Truman Signs DP Bill With Reluctance As Nationwide Condemnation Is Yoked WASHINGTON. (JTA)—With "very great reluctance," President Truman late last week iigned the displaced persons bill that will admit 205.000 DP's tc thia country during the next two years and which Jewish organizations have assailed as highly discriminatory to Jewish refugees "Tl the Congress were still ir session." the President said in a long statement, "I would return this bill without my approval anc' urge that a fairer, more humane bill be passed." He emphasized the bill "discriminates lr s fashion against displaced ins of the Jewish faith." The President stated that the December 22, 1945, cut-off date which determines eligibility for admission, excludes "more than 90 percent of the remaining Jewish displaced persons" and that the remaining 10 percent who are eligible "are beset by numerous additional restrictions written Into the bill. "It is inexplicable, except upon the abhorrent ground of intolerance, thtt this date should have been chosen instead of April 21. 1947, the date on which General Clay closed the displaced persons .amps to further admissions," he said. "For all practical purposes. it must be frankly recognized, therefore, that this bill excludes Jewish displaced persons, rather thin accepting a fair proportion of them along with other faiths." NEW YORK, (JTA)—Speaking on behalf of some 200 leading religious, civic, welfare and labor irganizations, the Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons has 'ssued a statement cor.demninp the bill adopted by Congress for the admission of 205,000 DP's from Europe. The bill contains provisions greatly reducing the possibility of displaced Jews entering the United States in accordance with their proportion to the total number of refugees in the camps of Germany and Austria. Declaring that the bill, as adopted, is based on racial and religious bigotry, the statement said: "The discrimination on racial and religious grounds against the victims of the Nazis is all the more shocking when we consider that one of the provisions of this bill actually permits oersons of German ethnic origin to immigrate to this country under the regular German quota. This is a clear departure from the basic principles on which our immigration law has rested." The New York Times in an edi'orial called the bill "niggardly and unfair." It expressed the hope that "both sets of national canJ idates in the coming Presidential campaign will insist, as Mr. Truman has done, that it be rectified." Miss Greenwald Receives Brandeis Scholarship Miss Soni Greenwald of New York, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald of 610 S.W. 10th Ave., has received a ten week scholarship to the Barndeis Youth Foundation of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Greenwald left for California where she will study dancjng, music and poetry, June So?ii Greenwaldl6. This is her second scholarship for dancing. York three years studying dancing under Charles Weidman. Mary Anthony, and the New Dance Group. Convention Of World Jewish Congress Debates Revision Of Setup (Continued from Page 1) world into two parts. After praising the Soviet Union for its efforts in behalf of the creation of I State of Israel, Mirskv inthat what the Congress do is decide on a program tion to strengthen Israel ither than hold an ideological debate on it. He urged the W.J.C. to become an Instrumentality for organizing Jewish forces throughout the world to aid Israel, which, he %  aid, will play an important role bl the fight against anti-Semitism. The delegate from Poland also called on the Jews to unite with "non-J( wish democratic, progressive and anti-racist forces" in the campaign to aid Israel. Mirsky was joined in the debate by Lajos Stoeckler, president of the Central Board of Hungarian Jewish Communities, who stressed that Hungarian Jews their survival to the Red 'Are You [With It?" :Donald O'Connor I Martha Stewart I Olga San Juan Lew Parker Army. Meanwhile, American delegate Rabbi Max Kirschblum of New York warned the convention against working with "progressive elements." "We know what happened after a progressive government succeeded Winston Churchill," he declared. After a caucus attended by members of the leftist Poale Zion movement from various countries, the party delegation announced a three-point program which it will support at the convention. Firstly, the Poale Zion advocates that the Palestine situation occupy the leading place in convention debates. Secondly, it favors overhauling the constructional machinery of the Congress and democratizing it. Finally, the party demands that the voting strength of each delegation be based on the comparative strength of its membership within the Congress. When the general debate ends, the 260 delegates will be divided among four major committees: the political, cultural, reconstruction and administrative. Sidney Silverman, British M.P. and leader of the British section of the Congress, is expected to head the political committee. An invitation was sent to Israeli President Chaim Weizmann to attend th^ sessions. Dr. Weizmann, who is now in Switzerland, will decide within the next few days whether he will make an appearance at the convention. Mrs. Rudolph Crystle Zwif man Unites K. •!• Crystles Miss Mildred Moss, daughter of Louis Moss of Miami, and Rudolph J. Crystle, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Crystle, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., exchanged vows in Temple Israel the evening of June 5, with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman pronouncing the nuptial service. An aunt of the bride, Mrs. Ann Weinbeck of Miami, was matron of honor, while Fred K. Shochet served as best "man. Following the wedding dinner the couple motored to Detroit, Chicago and New York City for their honeymoon trip. They are residing at present at the Hotel Everglades, Miami. Mrs. Crystle attended Highland Park college in Detroit. The bridegroom, a graduate of City College of New York and Rhodes Business college, served as a message order chief in the 66th Infantry Division. Former manager of direct mail service for Harper and Bros., book publishers, Mr. Crystle is manager of Ace Letter Service, Inc., in Miami. At a ceremonial dinner at the Hyde Park hotel, Marvin Kimmcl v/as recently installed as president of the Miami Beach Jaycet8. Control of the Miami Industrial Bank changed hands Saturday, with the reins now held by Baron i de Hirsch Meyer and Leonard L. j Abess. The institution, formerly i controlled by the Commercial In-1 vestment Trust, of New York City, will be governed by a group of local business men. Lorraine Arden Klapper Miss Lorraine Klapper Engaged To L. B. Mell The engagement of Miss Lorraine Arden Klapper to Labe Baruch Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St., was announced by Miss Klapper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klapper at their home in Moodus, Conn. Mr. Mell is the son of Mrs. Victor Mell and the late Victor Mell of Miami. F.vi Miamians have accepted appointments to serve on the area rent advisory board. These include Charles B. Costar, Frank L. Davis, Morton W. Leon, Renee T. Urquidi, and Burnett Roth. Appointment of a chairman to head the second phase of the I Mercy Hospital's Building Fund has been made, according to the Most Rev. Thomas J. McDonough, auxiliary bishop of St. Augustine, who announced that Denis V. Renuart will serve in that capacity. wsnssvM e*i*n* M1AMI_ Style Quality Priced Right Come in and look around before you make your final selection. The wide choice of styles will surprise you. Ethel will do her best to please you. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothleln 236 N. MIAMI AVE. Farewell Party For Auxiliary President A farewell party in the form of a mah jongg and card party for 15 guests was given in honor of Mrs. Etha Beck, president of the Miami Ladies Auxilary of the Home for the Aged, by Ida Shargaa at the home of Mrs. Sidney J. Cazzer, 21 Palermo Ave.. Coral Gables, Tuesday, June 29 at 1 p.m. Mrs. Beck is vacationing in New York City for two months where she will visit her mother and family. "The Community Chest is good business," is the motto of the new campaign chairman of the organization, R. Warner Ring. Ring plans an army of 3,600 volunteer workers for the forthcoming iall campaign, doubling the number serving in last year's effort. Chief Rabbi Installed LONDON, (JTA)—Chief Rabbi Israel Brodi" was this w?ck inducted as spiritual leader of the Jews of Britain at a ceremony held in the New Synagogue of North London. The audience included representatives of synagogical bodies from all parts of Britain and tne dominions. Israel Government Weathers 1st Crisis TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The Provisional Government of Israel this week weathered its first internal crisis and emerged strengthened politically and in the mind of the public when the State Council, provisional parliament. overwhelmingly voted confidence in the Cabinet of David Ben Gurinn which had ordered the Israel Defense Army to halt by use of force an Irgun attempt to land a cargo of war materials on the Israel coast in contravention to the U.N. truce agreement. The Council's vote also resolved a split in the Cabinet. 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*.jfistncrM>r FRIDAY, JULY 2. PAGE FOUR EDITORIAL M'p To Congress K ; ^ srrwaK S have had -he support of all decent people "tec^^tewSdsof the President himsell the bill discriminatea in callous fashion cqainst displaced persons oi the Jewish faith and excluded Jewish displaced persons^ rather ,han accepting a fair proportion of them along ^Vt^e nature and character of the bill .. • M:. Iiuman would have rendered a ££.s, o our country and its trades 5 he had returned the bill to Congress.with an admonh.c, :,,< he could not lend the dignity of •%  s '—'•• c.rice to cm "-.moral purpose. "Ve • the President's ailernrna and the motives which made him sign the bill with £* :,ii.e. Had Congress been mseMion. he seas:ck Howevt times talking singing %  • v.;. %  -.us %  • An %  : icans wi felt sure • Afte: a B< irut wi i • apital n n .' %  i r.isti ". I • us still ....... -.: • •-.. zin< %  loneer Amer didn't e %  %  %  %  %  lews I • soldiers armed with ". kinds of :•.-" 7 list ol %  ; %  ti %  ? .i; %  Th n >y ;a :ak n i wn '.. %  ed Wi • %  • •.--. t .: we apI •.':%  • I % %  el deck We lid Not I bef re they it 1 HOME SCENES ... If Dewev becomes the next WhitHouse tenant he will owe his to highest office to the late George Z Medalie One o. & at : Taft's closest friends is Dr. Abba HiUel Silvei The Repul lican pledge of full recognition of Israel "with it boundana a; sanctioned by the United Nations" is a feather in tl %  cap of Ml American Zionist Emergency Council ... It was Dr. Silver who directed the effort to obtain a strong Republican declaration ...I Zionist leaders.-.ip was at first averse to entering the picture .Bl was Bnly when the representative of the American Council .or Judaism insisted or. addressing the GOP Resolutions Committee that the Emergency Council decided to submit its own proposal-. Democratic chieftains are worried about the Repu Israel recogr.it. or. Was it a pure coincidence that lunanl an nounctment of the exc.-.ange of diplomatic missions with Israel art, the appotntrr.ent of James G. McDonald as special U S r< present* live to Israel, came almost within 24 hours after announcement* the Republican pledge? T.-.e Democrats may counter the Republican move by prevailing on Truman to extend full ce nn recognition to Israel immediately after termination of the four-weti Pa.estine truce. males Council Women Plan :': m the c X*-. € bwim-Dance Supper National Council of n< •" wi n t n to H ifa -; er, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Benard Fuller, Mrs. Julius Mufs* Mrs. Nat Williams, and Mr* ^ est: : I Aft< r that w %  %  n of I %  them -..-.. -..„,.. v.". st % %  • On! s i ." %  :• -. B this ti I ::r<' %  I the U. S Min s1 !.m Lcbanot passed set sail •• .' Mr Faust : • ••• ur heart Women will .-.old a Bring You'r' J ano£f announced that the pn•-• That Box Supper-Swim Dance Tuesceeds from the affair wiU be fJ : '•' V' men day evening July 27. at 6 pm.. at plied to the Council's Social** I %  • Rul in I cannot dothe Carribean hotel, in charge of fa e Program v •-"••> %  I a eommitte< beaded by Mrs Josn .„ mt mmi T show •* • %  n and] | ubt eph F Gleicher chairman and Danc ng • 1 %  % % %  M rru Alpert, co-chairman ^numca contest it At gun-i nt thi lec lit ight • -• -.-a -. i nt The co-chairmen and their com. i he'evening-* em I *** %  • % % % % % %  rr.en-.'Ders Mrs. Max Drey' •"and si; ginj We were n : : twelves Some : :-^ ind British officials We have de t :lunds ,> ard, although more of the former In Greece and Lebanon the captain Invited the officials to dine with him. Here Published every ft Ml ffffu I „y The Jewieh Flo' e a> %  t ,. Sith Street. Mi.rr. ._^"j^ K rered at eecond-c n '"';, i*. •930. at the Po.t 0" : ,0 nets : • tim< W v:. tc sted 1 ~the -.-.: >f W -r lat i [aug :-:.-%  till E t It seemed if ace. It w as useless ".". : By thij tim< M rampant They 1 the I alowinian^ and gur.J 5 intc s.i ;^'.:r. picture .--? of us M fftcxali %  • -. 5t< : JUr.! %  ,v. ed b; -r Lend-Lease, ound We •• happen%  : •' %  • many Ara-•: .. Tr;is letter will be mailed frorr •"e States, as tr.e master-at-arms -s Jewish, and he will mail it when he gets back. Please do not %  wry about us. Prav | r I who were detained, twenty-three Palestinians and fortr-rfai Ameri cans, it says on paper, but m our neans we know they are sixty MM Jews, and we are oroud o them Love. MARMUR. SUBSCRIPTIO' On* Year.. Two Y*r* ne FRED K. SHOCHET Editor a"d P %  W "*' OFnCE and PLA^ 120 N. E. Sbrth Str*^ Volume 21 ^jf FRIDAY. Jl'LY I 19W SIVAN 2? 1M



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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948 Jr*##/ Ikflrfhtr, PAGE ELEVEN Jewish All-Day School Has Rightful Place In Education System By A. P. CANNES Executive Director, Bureau of Jewish Education I am prompted to write this long over-due article on the Hebrew Academy in answer to Harry Simonhoff's column on the subject which appeared on Friday, June 4. The Jewish All-day School is the subject of controversy in the American Jewish Community— and therefore needs clarification. Principle of Public School Education Jewish educators accept the cardinal principle of the public school in America and consider it the bulwark of democracy. We accept the basic principle of the separation of church and state and agree whole heartedly with PATTERN OF JEWISH EDUCATION JEWISH EDUCATION AT PRESENT program integrated into the gen-If you like, put the all-day school eral program and all of them in this categoryshow promise of supplementing | Admittedly there are several the Jewish educational program types of all-day schools in this of the fall and winter. d. The community must recognize its stake in the Jewish education of its children, youth and country. Some are not in keeping with American educational standards (teachers, buildings, programs). There are others that adults, and must make provision are progressive in program and picture which includes all types to limited time devoted to study. of educational ideologies in consonance with the diversity in Jewish life with the proviso that they have a positive outlook on Jewish life. The Q.E.D. of this is that the Jewish all-day school, the the recent decision regarding this'.most intensive form of Jewish edsubject handed down by the Supreme Court. Not at all times have the above mentioned principles been practiced to our satisfaction. This we know from our experience in this community. As Americans and as Jews we are ready to battle until the principle is firmly established. Certainly the Jews do not want ghettoization or segregation—and it is not the intention of any one to bring this about, nor can it be brought about. Let us clarify it a little more. American and Jewish Democracy In light of what was said above, does the all-day school have a right to exist? Does it have a ucation, is deservant of recognition and support. The existence of the all-day school will not lead to the segregation and ghettoization of Jews in America. The children who attend the elementary all day schools enter the public high schools and colleges. The graduates of the all-day school have not proven to be bad Americans, nor have they segregated themselves. A study of individuals who attended all-day schools" and how they have fared as Americans and Jews in adulthood has not yet been made but would prove most interesting. Only then would we have scientific basis for for centralized supervision, experimentation, central Hebrew high schools, teacher training and adult education. e. Jewish educators realize that 987r of Jewish children will receive their Jewish education in the Hebrew, Yiddish and Sunday and that many children go unschooled. What is to be done? Many answers have been given and are discussed in Jewish educational circles today. In this brief article, I shall point to some of the answers. Taken in totality we Jewish educators feel that the following will make for a partial m this country will attend such solution to the important problem: modern in educational approach. The Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach is being built upon such principles. It is in its early stages of development, but judging from the physical appearance of its building, the type of teacher (Hebrew and public school) it is atis schools. For the select, however, I tractir g, and the program it it is admitted that the most in. tQ int0 effect it should tensive form of Jewish education | is the all-day school. Jewish edj make an outstanding contribuucators realize that not more than tion to Jewish education in our 3 r /< of the 800,000 Jewish children community. rightful place in our Jewish edumaking assertions. Nor would it cational system? Firstly from the lead to segregation in terms of American point of view: The constitution recognizes the right of any group to organize schools outside of the public school system, provided the schools meet basic requirements (safety, hygiene, course of study, teaching staff, etc.) set up by local and state authorities. From the Jewish point of view: We recognize the right of Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, Sholom Aleichem, Workmen Circle, Farband and other schools, to organize and carry out an educational program in accordance with their ideology. We recognize that these schools reflect the diversity in Jewish organized life in America—and generally speaking, any school system is a reflection of existing conditions in society. It follows that in this pattern of a democracy in the Jewish community, the all-day school should be afforded recognition of its right to exist and of its place in the Jewish educational system. In short Jewish educators see Jewish education as a pattern or lead to segregat numbers since the number of children involved is, comparatively speaking, small. The Name Parochial We Jews love to borrow nomenclature from our Christian neighbors. The term "parochial" is strictly a Christian term. The dictionary says that it "pertains to a parrish, or church district." "Parochial" implies central church ownership, church financing and control, a faculty of clergymen and nuns. The Jewish all-day school lacks all these qualifications. The word parochial perhaps may be used in the sense of limited or restricted, and all recognize that the all-day school is and will be limited in terms of numbers. The Problem of Jewish Education A full treatment of this subject would require many pages. Generally speaking Jewish educators agree that a Sunday school education is inadequate, that the daily afternoon Hebrew schools can achieve a bare minimum, due a. Parents must come to realize that a Sunday school education cannot give their children an adequate Jewish education. The Sunday school must become a two day or three day school. The trend in the country is in that direction. b. Children who come to daily afternoon Hebrew must begin their education earlier and remain after Bar Mitzvah. The school should not be looked upoiT as a Bar Mitzvah "factory." Foundation schools ( nursery schools) should be established in every school or on a community wide basis. Jewish values should be the core of the curriculum. If children begin their Jewish education earlier and stay longer, there is a strong likelihood the end results will be better. c. The summer should be utilized for Jewish education. In the summer camp the child can live Jewishly (the observance of the Sabbath, Jewish song and dance, etc.) and can devote some time to study. This is in addition to regular camp activities. More and more summer camps are being de'eloped with a Jewish educational To sum up: schools. (Can we call this se• > %  W* [* s diversity in Jewish gregation or ghettoization?, Yet life and in Jewish educational apft fs an important and needed proaches The all-day school is aspect of Jewish education. We pa. o th.s d.vers.tv an s .-peak of America as one of the ughtful and necessary place in two centers of Jewish life. £""* •*** l0n *l* y *l "JL Where will our future rabbis I • To solve the problem of Jewcome from? Where will our He* education, workmurtlbedone irew teachers receive their basic ; n all ^\**Z**Z*Z** training? Where will our Jewish!*• P r 9 ram of exlst,ng schooU ly educated laymen come from? Will the Sunday schools and Herecognition of the need for the form oi intensive Jewish educabrew schools with their attenu* .** W 3J II *£*L!5L ,e ,£? ii .v.„ uai9 all-day scnool. community planou d ,/ r .u gramS &f K ft?. Utagfor Jewish education, and Should there not be an inst.tu, 9 importance, a ion to America to provide an in £ th(j tensive education for future rab%  *""• *• ,„..,. bis, teachers, and other Jewish percentage o t unschooled, professionals? 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FRIDAY, JU LY 2 PAGE TWELVE uubinsky Persona! European Trip Proves Heed Per U.S. Aid And Support ......-. %  %  • %  •' %  %  %  -• -'; • %  i-r:tl -...%  %  • %  • -' V •' %  %  • i "' I % %  (uesti >r.s .,-•• %  • E •• IS %  %  %  %  %  %  A'"' _-•. %  • p S w %  %  %  • % %  .%  -• %  ; ." -. • %  ... — .; -• %  ..r r.* • • 6 %  %  I with produ ^ settlements, and being iminp imand useful s t enlightening • il •' Palestinians • willing to absnrhr • Dusands of dis. • ein S ronsumed and observe the equipment that th w.re using and for the most M it represented lend-lea.se m a ten al that was being supplied to 0Ur enc mies by the British. In conclusion, after bavin t.lked to the high ranking jJJ ish Agency representatives Jnd tne average man on the street i Palestine, it is my feeling • • • •-• • • •' • AV war %  ....%  ••.• %  %  : %  • %  %  '" %  %  %  that with a tely 30.000 7 : %  • • that I ight with %  %  ? %  : %  m icracy, lild up a %  %  ... •• • F %  • %  % %  % %  east 75.000 isintalkingt many thai live in Pales-•.-.. -* %  %  • • that the v., 11 able to • r.sl ug • by the jive • %  %  .. K er.l Par.s • • • ". • •". "amp F """ %  '" %  • %  er • : % %  100 yaris ar.i :h< %  • %  .%  %  i • •' %  • %  %  • %  %  %  "HymJe Sez" • .... :• tly willing ith ou : peaci A tral pres • told thai : back fron th< Arab •. • erved 1 '.'... Arrr.; :' I i • y side in the 1 ring Arabs. : le tc economy only to solve a probUn, from a humane standpoint for the sake of the remnants of six a-d one-half million people. It is our duty and responsibilitv to Mioplv the Palestinians with adeouate funds to carry on this endeavor We cannot expect a small country with a population of 700.000 to accomplish their aims for humanity without substantial assistance 'rom us. After having observed Dachau in the wintertime, where the grass was green from the ashes of 273.. J00 people who were cremated, it is my firm belief that I would prefer seeing these people fight and die for the right to live for the first time in 2,000 vears. • .. %  s Sea: M.'-ar • • %  %  -• %  ".'" • • %  %  *~ .. .* : r' • ... rr .-* -• %  Z £" %  % % %  %  %  ... • r .... %  %  ~ %  -. ...... .. — a "HYMIE SEZ" %  %  i 127 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami Commercial Arcade WOOLENS — RUGS I 1 K "Refrigerated" S T O II A ii K Vaults Fully Insured s:..00 Per Year A Garment IN AND OUT SERVICE FREE PICKUP SERVICE METRO FURS, INC. In Miami Phone 9-7720 REPAIRING CLEANING REMODELING noted efrepidfrt, •conomiit, author and worid-rrov^or %  YOUR UJID AND MINE Direct, honett talk* on AmoHco and the eottfe wortd KOM. Monday and Friday WKAT—7:30 P.M. /ubl Chevroletw\ -. % %  %  ELECTRIC MOTORS Ve carry a complete stock of Century motor* from h.p. :o 50 h.p. Larger sixes available on short notice. E. G. GONDAS CO. 2140 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3-8497 it ii -;-" : *• .' : to i '1 %  I • %  Ir -•-. people. 1 1 ::: %  %  ••• hal America meant to our ; pie in the EM zc. tht We !T T : %  -: ping i — ^J-;: t: tbe : standards Ii = ; thes ':"---—-z?i %  -. %  ile eat^i -. -^ :: %  •'. ---•;• ;.%  ---%  .. %  le rr.us' ed i~.z g the : _r. r te :;: life 3.-.r -: :-r •: T?:?:? .7r.r r_c^is ~2 plight %  : :-i %  --.-.5 :_£*.vaUOS Wl • : •-: r--i-i:-; • m = — --' Amen: %  tra :r .: n g rr: I :.r.f job. 1 c::-.g :!'. -ere i_. he %  : cationa! Buy Retail At WAolualt PJUCU Foretmann Silk Gci>ardine SLACKS $26.. $ 25 Value* to Hi .Vet; PepeF--", TROPICAL SLACKS WRXUXLC RESISTEKT Arr-ai Vtl-^es ic t.i r ir || HYMIE SEZ" • • ;; 50|t K *^ i r | linkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washer* Use Thai Soft City Water ior a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 MFRS. OUTLET : LTJICOLII P.CAD EL^G --K o-. .... ti: • J Cpe= LI_1T S-S • ••,.-%  ::, "-1 "HYMIE SEZ" J-.:."::r — %  • i •; ;;/; sae—ps : T •L-. L • ... Adv.* MOTOR OVERHAUL $3750 $3750 Six Cylinder Cars Six Cylinder Cars ••CT,. INCLUDES rl&h T 0UR CHOICE • 5 QUARTS OF FIRST• piw „ AND EXPANDER RATE MOTOR OIL -Bwaffi CARBON • 6 NEW SPARK .•^I,^ 0DS BEARINGS PLUGS •5. ALL NEW GASKETS • MOTOR TUNED ALL WORK GUARANTEED—EASY TERMS OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. 22nd ST. GARAGE •<• w 22 d St it \u CX. Phone 2-7224



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%  AY, JULY 2, 1948 +Je*i*ti ncrMImm PAGE NINE Hfi^s Myra Jean Scheer and Maurice Samuels were united in marriage l>\ Rabbi Col man A. Zwitman during a double ring, candleBeen mony, Sunday, June 27, at the Robert Richter hotel. The %  is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer of 2110 S.W. ^Et. and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Samuels of 6486 S.W. 10th Terr. Mrs. Samuels was attended by Mrs. M. Josepher, matron of honor; Miss Bernice Namoff, maid of honor; Misses Lee Sunshine, Marilyn Amstcr, Marion Sherman and Sonny Jaffee, brides maids. The groom was attended by best man. Joseph Levitskey; ushers were Morris Josepher. Allan Greenberg, Sy Moultcr, Stuart Shapiro and Bob Grossberger. The brides book was kept by her cousin, Miss Mavis Meyers. A reception and dinner followed by dancing took place after the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Cohen; the bride's aunt, Mrs. Rachis. both of Chicago; and Mr. and Mrs. Brookless of Pittsfield, Mass., uncle and aunt of the groom. The couple are on an Mrs. Maurice Samuels extended honeymoon, |ting Chicago, New York and Boston. The former Miss Scheer attended the University of Miami and _sh Business School. Mr. Samuls served five years in the Army also attended the University of Miami. mny Sperlings tailed In Home irden Wedding "he garden of the home of bbi Moses Mescheloff was the le of the June 8 wedding of Bs Rita Ginsburg, daughter of and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg. 14 S.W. 21st St., to Arnold fcnnv) Sperling, son of Mr. and William Sperling, 3545 S.W. ird Ave. Irs. Charlotte Baida, sister of groom, attended Mrs. Sporlmatron of honor, while Miss Jth Grayson attended her cousin maid of honor. fulius Baida served as his Dther-in-law's best man. ISolnist, during the ceremony, as Miss Marion Cohen, cousin | the groom, who sang "Be|use" and "I Love You" accomjinied by Arnold Grayson, cousin the bride. [The couple left for a two week %  neymoon trip to New York fo 1 >wing a bridal dinner for all ucsts at the Shelborr.e hotel, Mili Beach. The bride and groom both raduntcd Miami Senior High ehool. Mr. Sperling attended the [Diversity of Miami after his dislarge from the Army in 1943. Out of town guests attending le wedding were Mrs. Libbv Lbrams, Syracuse, N. Y., grandnother of the bride; Mr. and Irs. Benjamin Goldstein and Mr. Itnd Mrs. Irving Ozersky, Binghamton, N. Y. [Pioneer Women Council [Announces Chairmen The final meeting before adjourning for the summer has been leld by the Greater Miami Coun:il of Pioneer Women at the home Df Mrs. Isaac Kaplan. Mrs. Kap[lan. newly elected president, Imade the following appointments Jof chairmenships for the coming Iseason: Moatzoth Hapoaloth, Mrs. IHarry Faber, co-chairman, Mrs. (Louis Rubin; membership, Mrs. Fred Sandier; JNF, Mrs. Ethel Dorf; child rescue, Mrs. Miriam Rosengarten; youth and education, Mrs. Yetta Davidson; cultural, Mrs. Max Shapiro: publicrelations, Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, cochairman, Mrs. I. S. Shapoff; and [legislation, Mrs. David Washer. Harold Leibman Weds Miss Simon In ."N'ew York The marriage of Miss Robina Simon and Harold F. Leibman. son of David Leibman and the late Mrs. Leibman, 615 29th St., Miami Beach, was solemnized in the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, June 20. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon, Norwich, Conn. Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer of the Park Ave. Synagogue, New York, officiated. The service was followed by a reception and dinner. Mrs. William Blumfeld, the bride's cousin, was matron of honor. The bridegroom's brother, Joseph Leibman of Miami Beach, was best man. Ushers were Mayer Simon, Norwich, the bride's brother; Milton Sisselman, Philadelphia, and Arnold Mandel, New York, the cousin of the bridegroom. The new Mrs. Leibman is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and received a master's degree in psychiatric social work at Simmons college this June. She served with the American Red Cross at Ft. Dix, N. J.. during the war. Mr. Leibman is a graduate of the University of Miami where he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. He served three years overseas with the army and was discharged as a lieutenant. After a wedding trip through the west and California, the newlyweds will live in Miami. Personally Speaking Miss Shirley Merlin, 1767 S.W. 13th St., is home from Vanderbuilt University, Nashville, Tenn. for a three week vacation. + Spending a month at the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bloch, of New York City. The Blochs are the nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon, Everglades hotel. Another nephew, Aaron Friedman, is also here on a short vacation. He is staying with an aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Wolff, of North Alton Road. Dr. Elias Freidus, of 420 W. San Marino Drive, has returned after a two weeks vacation in New York City. While there he attended the Louis-Walcott fight. Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein of Miami Beach, celebrated their first wedding anniversary last week at a gathering at the Shelborne hotel. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stone, Mrs. Bernstein is the former Adele Stone. Mrs. Max Tendrich and daughter Helene Sandra left last week for a one month vacation in Chicago. They are motoring north with Mrs. Tendrich's father, Joseph Needle, who has been visitina the family in Miami. %  • %  Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 111 S.W. 30th Rd., left last week with her children for a short visit in New York. Schwartzman Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman of 2845 Fairgreen Dr., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Harriet to Erwin B. Frenkil, son of Mrs. Dora Frenkil and the late Samuel M. Frenkil of Baltimore, Md. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 Heimans Celebrate Golden Anniversary Independence Day holds special significance for Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heiman, 1951 S.W. lfith Terr., who will celebrate their' golden wedding anniversary on that day. A family dinner will be held at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman, of Rivo Alto Island. Among the guests will be Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Samet of Miami, Isidore Heiman, Mrs. Harry Divoskain and Mrs. I. M. Galanty. of Atlanta. i. F. GIVES PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA Mrs. Sonny Sperling BETTER HURRY ON THIS ONE! 15 Units—2 Separate CBS Bldgs. One with 8 1-Bedroom Apis. The other consisting of 7 Hotel Rooms. 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i PAGE SIXTEEN Delegates Leave For Zionist Convention; New Program To Be Formulated of,! N of America n sylvania. Jul; : situation in Israeli, tl tion is being important meet f America; Jewry eon erned Of IS! Y.. rating 1 Zion t District Sootii and Robert Leon ... % %  • G. era! John H Hilldi rig wl served as US. repres n1 the U.N. Gen James G. McDon I Crum. m< mbers American C or Palest prii akers at th< tion. General Hil to ill health, recentlj I the appointment is sp ant to Secretary of 51 t< M %  in charge o! Pali I scheduled to openinc of the f ui on S % % %  July 3. iTarnlr^ver Children's Home Bar Mitzvahs At Denver FRIDAY, YAHRTZEIT DATES tti GLANCE Thl Calendar Free fo Our Readerj! The famous 24-year HK. %  lish Calendar i"be s ^ J readerj_pf this'pubhcS H This s< ssion will featuri presi lential add mann. James G. McDonal I w Iress tl-e spe 1 Jewis N tional Fund sess r i Sui morning, whi 'h will tior be hich! [1 I y an % %  %  : Judge Morris Rothenl rg president of the JNF. Th* relationship f American <* Miami 7-ioni .. / Israel, constit .1 orga! rial chanj %  neral poli lies, youl ucation will be tl k S. GFred Grossberg Opens Law Offices ffices t 704 pened 1 %  %  t S irossberg. Gi %  ••.... .... • the foursions. Henry Mori' nt! I tion: airman f the U I Appeal v.:.' ess a special UJA %  n dm rivention. Gem ral Zionist ] will be session led by Dr. Israel Gold ps stein, thi W r! Conference i Gener I Zi Jack Grossman Heads The convenl Now Pn ("VMMm. %  •salute to Israel" New Fur Company Mondi ..... | • direel t Mi n of 1 A I' .'• • Mi Fedi atioi Hi ah the : : 1 f g %  .•• 11 'nil S t al e in t.:bute to Dr. AA'ca Hilli • oe in t.Dute IO ur. /w nu man Fu Silver. : • Ami ri;;• York Cil | Mi l can Section i I tl y Fu i. Inc. for Palesti In additi n • Mi si tie. oth, ... convention de Shej N E lst Broad. Dr. Day.: > .-.: n .. H Children at L lovi %  them, • %  • %  %  : ere, lhi tivi .. to the N tional Home for pri vidi • %  :•::•: failed 1 rid I treal • • • • :. %  .; ith : itii %  icel lin I in til ition in Di me of its kind. %  .:'-. a combination of expert trie care ir nment nnd health Idrei from all thi • %  %  • I %  : heall nd i I living. Thi : k-day He ... t the ethical tioi %  • p. 41 VI : I for thou ren and chil: the tuberculous poor. Ir %  %  %  • • %  :-. anded l l< includ %  • nd treal nent %  enl th Herl of t of the 1 the Home. The; n thi National nver New York ,. Mitzvah recently. Rabbi Chaim is showing adBeach B'nai B'rith Equips Israel Ambulance As its contribution to the B'nai to the People of Israel project, the Miami Beach : to furnish the new th a fully equipped amce, which will bear the name The cost of the matimated at S2.500 and urged to send volunnations to the organizaat 420 Lincoln Road. pation in the naB'rith project to lies, trucks and be undertaken by the ] oup if funds permit. JNF Correspondence %  to the JewNational Fund is referred. %  nee "f Isidore • Dr. Lipkind at 844 Mi Bi ach, : 5-1650. DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure W Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 8Sc 75c Plus Be tillDeposit.) PHONE 2-4128 selectioi etc. Thev mplete line INCOME OVER SI,000 A MONTH 8 Ur.its — New Building Finances Easy to Handle We Specialize in Income Properties RUSSELL REALTY Congress Bldg. Tel S2-7638 48-776C MARTHA /ALL MODISTE r "*•' > th Lily R., Be n Located at 7 15th ST.. VIAMI BEACH Barry Ready-to-Wear %  : 14; 144-244 RUSS SEIFERTH Plumbing & Heating Co. PLUMBING HEATING GAS AND OIL BURNERS Installations and Repairs PLUMBING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES 2145 N. W. 2nd AVE. PHONE 82-2785 Louis F. Gillingham DISPENSING OPTICIAN Phone 5-9703 9-J Lincoln Roaa M ia r<-i Beach NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION BILT RITE VENETIAN BLIND CO. SPECIALISTS IN VENETIAN BLINDS oi ii Phone 4 e921 Zl Almeria Avenue Coral Gables The 24-year Btbrm+BajUtiM endar...all Hebrew dale, loj;. 1 1949. All Jewith holiday,' l0 SI For your free copy, j us t |gj a postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. Dnt JJ Pittsburgh, Pa. Use The Conveniences of The First National BANK BY MAIL SERVICE Upon request, w will hoiWl or mail you self-addresndl envelope, together with deposu slip in duplicate. Merely fill o* the deposit slip and enclose "*| your deposit... and drop in nI nearest mail box. The bonkwil acknowledge receipt oi your deposit immediately and encl forms for yowr next transact* Save unnecessary trips to to* Bank By Mail. .it's good busini* Aqu' Se Hubla Espanol Aqu! Se Fa'.a Ponugfln TheFirsI National^ nf Miami E.ublisheJ 1902 %  Two Entrenc. for Your Conv.nJ Member FeJmIR'."" 5 """ TRULY NOLEN. President LEO IISKVSTII\ KUJU^ Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami %  SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTM^TS 13 Year, o, E per;ence in Buildin<1 Conttfuet|nn ^ M|am ^^ ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 4l8t Stree and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Mami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION



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FRIDAY, JULY 2, PAGE SIX The American Jewish Adventure Bv DR. JOSHUA LOTH LIEBMAN Part II "TSSS that among Jewish orgamxatiow, h >• C^S "-—*• the synagoaue en the one hand and the Jewish Center on he mora] coinmlt ment that otheJcanbe sources of infinite light Between them there shou d not be a spirit cf petty r valrv and grim competition .We sihouW have the statesmanship to understand that they supplement one another. Recn A the same time t • ight to make il eR t e rpr se but let him 'ous or unconscioutivism on the generations to come. A Moral Commitment What an American Jew beis his own personal and ... affair long as he re mains a private individual, but he a mantl leadership m a Jewish movemen Jewish educal % %  %  ">'• but they are not sufl nt |m progr m where tors for a full 3e\ %  play nA • Jewish e 1 n an and stud for a mi ence. The trut is thai Jewish 1 • afuu ann .,..,, • %  ,,- %  %  nal and inforn al need I iv a. 1 I • • • tive partners, hi Israel to escaj %  • ation and alon< ni [the contagion of Jewi in different th texts, suppl worship, group th< rapy spiritual affirmat n th.-se twin foci of an American Jev ipse. A "Two-Way Passage" Believing as 1 "• the "field theory" as applied 1 to physics but to maintain that thi enough to do in order to fu its major "field functions" of formal Jewish edu t. %  .. %  l and pel re ligious inspiration withe.' on what must b< temporary tens as purely se cular or partially se tional and athletic | and other forms of group technique. At the time 1 am sure the Jewish O this land must n cannot hope and should n I I to become substitute -: %  n There should be a "t' passage" in thi relation tween Jewish Center.and gogues — a pass of Jews, youn and adult alike indifferent to religion and to J stimulated by joyous and affi ative contacts within the C walls to go to the synagogue for a deeper know'.' [Jev religion, of Jewish lit ex periencing and creating n and religious patterns of belie 1 "> %  • '•"-''• n ame 1 rj he I V "V'" the validity of that foi which he ids; namely, the Jewish P well as the social-w • of his carei I say tl al this is so very vital ta • use we now know, throm %  % % % %  '""' and intl iS Cl %  ren an I %  n,s as %  IU I • ,n and send its I I • % • ti : %  for croup activity. In this way we can ... a very fertile hip a-d I lentify with th heroes I, • %  P % %  until the day the Nati nal Jew ,.,,., ,,,,.. %  .. There is a contes th |th or of ai ease in the atn | ere of a a in Jewis r -• %  I rewish ( • pendent u] : ... erely the verbal affirma-l At t ions of faith, eneral attitude in our and wav of life new a m s I | up work. .. jati m of th. complexthat Centei I tl reative social 1 we owi il to th< nolog ically. with a dynamic, affirmam ,, creative Jewish pro, on hving-a program ha ,, ru d into practice and that 'anserve as a model to be urn..;„,, b y all of those who come within the orbit of the mfluence t leadership. I am happy to learn that the IWB is 'n deod P lanninR> '" lts personnel training, to give Cenu„ workers a new orientation in Jewish content and value, new new instrumentation. I ,. !lk ew.se that all of the Jew. minaries of this country will join wholeheartedly in this naming program for leaders in the Center movement, and arrange courses and programs for Center workers to become deepened m their love of and loyalty to Jewish knowledge and Jewish content. What a turning point will be reached in American Jewish life • is happens, when rabbis ,. rained to understand, at least .preciate the importance of group work and informal education, and when on the other hand Center workers come to view Jewish religious institutions with sympathy and affirmation. To nether, what a role can S y na gogues and Jewish Centers p l a y in the birth of what Mr. Ger. shovitz called an "indigenous American Jewish culture." We must put an end to the sense of Jewish uprootedness among our young people. We must say t 0 them, "Here is clay for y 0Ur hands; model a Menorah! Here arc melodies for your pens, young Jewish musicians; sing unto the Lord a new song! Here are marvelous Jewish stories for your vivid creative imagination, young Jewish writers; dip your pen into the sea of ink that is Jewish history and fashion poems and novels out of the multicolored ocean of Jewish suffering and triumph!" Judaism as a Solution We shall become wise enough not to demand absolute answers, but we shall also become wise enough to present Jewishness to the millions of our people in this land not perennially as a problem, but rather as a solution, al(Continued on Page 14) I lilt? v 1 .1 • • %  ..----.--. n r i • .> ( 11 1 %  %  > • UlUi *ti Amei 1 an Israel to demand that the Jewi Center .•,.,.;,,. f Jewish groups with-| it a gue and thin the %  i : lea li : hip tol I I %  1 • ... themsi lves n Jewish source material, not uipped tn tec hi I ... ally and spiritualy, culturally and psy' For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director. Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA eriod. hut %  marvelous and thrill1 ative adventure of poiti and prose in modern Palestine. 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lie\wiislhJElliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21—NUMBER 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS July 4th Americanism Rally at Flamingo Park To Hear Congressman Smathers More than 2500 members of B'nai B'rith, are expected to attend the mammoth July 4th rally in Flamingo Park, Sunday, 8:15 pin., sponsored by the Miami Beach Lodge. The community-wide affair will feature an address by Congressman George A. Smathers, music by a twenty piece band supplied through the courtesy of the American Federation of Musicians' Transcription fund, and community singing. Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach will speak and mayors of adjoining communities have been invited to appear and participate. County commissioners will be on the platform. Harry Zukernick's talk will include a description of the four Chaplain incident recently commemorated nationally by the issuance of a postage stamp picturing the immortal chaplains who went down arm-in-arm with the S.S. Dorchester after giving their life-belts to fellow soldiers. David R. Isen, program chairman, announced that Rev. Wiley Scott will offer the invocation and veterans groups and Boy Scouts will present colors. Serving on the arrangements committee with Mr. Isen will bt Godfrey K. Newman, Harold Zinn, Jules P. Channing, Samuel W. Shapiro, Barnett Beckerman, Walter C. Kovncr and C. R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council. The affair is open to the public and there will be no admission charge. Groups participating in the rally include: Disabled War Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Goldie Meirson Named Envoy TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Goldie Meirson, one-time political chief of the Jerusalem section of the Jewish Agency and member of the 37-member Israel State Council, was this week-end named Israeli Minister Plenipotentiary to Moscow. The Russians anounced the appointment of 34-year old Pavel Yershov to head their legation in Tel Aviv. Yershov is expected with his staff within ten days. The Soviets will open consular and commercial offices as well 83 offices for Tass, the official Soviet news agency. Bernadotte Plan Forwarded; U.N. Gets Peace Proposals George Smathers American Legion Post 85, Marine Corps, Army and Navy Union, Jewish War Veterans, AM VETS, American Veterans Committee, Elks of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Civic League, JC's of Miami Beach and the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. British Release Jewish Prisoners HAIFA, (JTA)—The last 12 Jewish prisoners held by the British military authorities in Palestine were released 48 hours before the completion of the British evacuation. They included a number of Sternists whose death sentences had been commuted to life imprisonment. General Gordon H. A. MacMillan, British military commander, revealed that the British lost 198 men killed during the last 12 months and that 419 officers and men were wounded. He declined to comment on the number of troops who deserted to the Arabs. Britain's 31 years of military power in the strategic Middle Eausly an Arab source said the UN mediator's suggestions "imply the existence of a Jewish state which the Arabs could never accept." Convention Of World Jewish Congress Debates Revision Of Setup Dr. Maurice Klein Much-honored City Councilman Klein was elected state commander of the Jewish War Veterans at the organization's meeting in Jacksonville. Other officers from this area include Hy Morris. senior vice commander; Saul T. Von Zamft, judge advocate; and Abe S. Goldman, trustee. MONTREUX, Switzerland, (JTA)—A clash between delegates from Eastern and Western countries to the second convention of the World Jewish Congress developed this week as the general debate got under way. The first speaker to follow Dr. Leon Kubowitsky, secretary-general of the Congress, who delivered a lengthy report on the organization's activities since the last convention, was Joseph Mirsky, Communist member of the delegation from the Central Jewish Committee of Poland. In the midst of protests from the delegates, Mirsky accused certain "forces in America" of attempting to "set the world aflame." He asserted that two major dangers face the Jews today: anti-Semitism which "no longer means pogroms, but annihilations," and the splitting of the (Continued on Page 5) news agency. [j__ ; %  Shertok Addresses Tel Aviv Military Ceremony TEL AVIV, (JTA)—"The ceasefire is thus far only a pause in the war, the peace is still far off," Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok warned here this week, speaking at a huge, colorful ceremony at which Israeli Army troops in this city took an oath of allegiance to the provisional government. Brigadier Michael Ben Gal administered the oath and took the salute from parading units of the army. The 42-year-old general has served in the Jewish defense forces since 1925 and was a major in the British Army during the war. The Palestine Symphony Orchestra, under the lead of American conductor Salomon Eisler. played during the ceremony. Tel Aviv Mayor Israel Rokach was among the civilians who participated in the proceedings. All soldiers in the Defense Army of Israel, including Haganah units in Jerusalem, took oaths of allegiance to the provisional government, following a ceremony at which Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, who also holds the portfolio of Defense Minister, administered the oath to 20 top commanders of the Army. As each of the field commanders and members of the general staff stepped forward to swear allegiance, his real name was called out, thus stripping the veil of anonymity from the members of the high command of the Haganah Previously, they had only been known publicly by aliases assumed to foil British attempts to smash the Haganah. Most of them have served jail sentences _in some cases up to three years —for their Haganah activities. The oath was administered in a roped-off square in front of the army's closely guarded headquarters. The officers were drawn up at attention before a blueand-white flag of Israel and each heard the oath, then said: ". swear," as his name was called out. The only top commander absent was Yaacov Dostrowsky, chief of the general staff, who was kept away by illness. In a short address at the end of the ceremony Ben Gurion emphasized that the "devotion, loyalty and strength of your soldiers—men and women alike, on land and sea and air—will bring the victory which will bring redemption to our people in its homeland and prosperity, peace and progress to all of the Middle East." First officer to be called forward was 34-year-old Yigal Yadin-Sukenik, chief of operations. Sukenik is well known in Israel as an archaeologist and son of Prof. E. L. Sukenik, one of the most famous archaeologists in the Middle East. He was followed by Yigal Alon Feikowitzer, a farmer in a communal settlement who commands the Palmach, the army's commando force. He has been on the British "wanted" list for years. Moshe Carmeli, quiet and tall, the commander of the Israeli forces who captured Haifa, took the oath next. After serving in the British army in the last war, Carmeli was imprisoned by them for 18 months for Haganah activities. The fourth to swear, and perhaps the most colorful figure in the group, was Itzhak Sadeh, a sxi-foot, bearded man of middle age. A field commander, Sadeh was responsible for the final defeat of Fawzi el Kaukuji's forces at Mishmar Haemek, turning point of the battle for Israel in the days before the Mandate ended. He also fought at Jerusalem, where David Shaeltiel commanded the fight in the Old City. Sadeh, a Russian immigrant who served in Kerensky's forces and the Soviet Army as a private until 1922, organized the Palmach during World War II. For the last eight years he has been living underground. Other commanders who participated in the ceremony were: Uri Jaffe, Eliahu Ben Hur, Dan Even. Yehannan Kattner, Yosef Avidar Yehezkiel Secher, Israel Amira, Michael Ben Gal, Michael Schochem, Mordechal Maklev, Moshe Zakok, Zvi Ayalon, Shalom Eshet, Shlomo Shamir, Shmuel Admon and Shimon Ardan.



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LY. JULY 2. 1948 +Jewish tier Mian 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 ACME SEPTIC TANK CO. and ACME CONCRETE CORP. }0 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami ACME SUPPLY CO. D5 N.W. 1st Ct. Miami Fred Arnold—Building & Construction 5th St. Miami Beach !m. G. Blanchard, Jr., Realtor 34 38 Alcazar Ave. Coral Gables Culinary Assn. of South Florida Gerard Runge i7 NX 1st Ave. Miami DRI GAS CORPORATION 129 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami xvid E. Futch-Eddie D. Roberts Plumbing Contractors S16 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami GODDARD PAINTING CO. West Ave. Miami Beach This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors Robert Eades Occupational Southern Life & Health Ins. Co. Exchange of Florida Hosack Electric Company 624 N.W. 62nd St. Miami La Vigne Electric Co. 38 N.W. 7th St. Miami Southeastern Terminal & Steamship Co. 28 S.W. 4th St. Miami Thompson Polizzi Construction Co. 300 Granello Coral Gables ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S.W. 8th St. Miami McDonald Shell Service 337 71st St. Miami Beach PONY BAR 224 N. Miami Ave. Miami 312 Professional Bid?. Miami Rhea's Women's Apparel 911 41st St. Miami Beach Rivanov Sculpture Studio 12755 N.W. 14th Ave. Miami ROYAL BAKING COMPANY 601 N.W. 7th St. Miami THE SAVOY BAKE SHOP 1684 Alton Road Miami Beach SIDCO APPLIANCES 1317 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. 44 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami SMOKERS GARAGE 127 N.E. 7th St. Miami Pacific Bldg. Miami Frank Straw—Electrical Contractor 1236 N.E. 2nd Ave. • Miami Strecker Body Builders 724 N.W. 21st St. Miami TOWER HOTEL 332 S.E. 2nd Ave. Miami TRAYMORE HOTEL 2425 Collins Ave. Miami Beach TRU-FRUIT CO. 135 N.W. 36th St. Miami Vogue Laundry & Dry Cleaners 1425 20th St. Miami Beach Eugene J. Weiss—C. P. A. Mercantile Bldg. Miami Be ~<< 'a



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>AY, JULY 2, 1948 fJetflsti Fhrldttari PAGE THREI HI AS Releases Movie On Displaced Persons The first "behind the scenes" documentary film on the subject of emigration from the DP camps of Germany, entitled "Placing the Displaced." and produced by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society with the cooperation of U. S. military consular, immigration and customs officials, is ready for distribution. Containing hitherto unknown sequences captured from the files of the Gestapo, the film runs for twenty-five minutes. It relates the story of Sam Miller and his family as they are rescued by HIAS from a DP camp and set on their way to resettlement and rehabilitation in the United States. Much of the film was photographed in the displaced persons' camps in Germany under the direction of Martin A. Bursten, HIAS Public Relations Director who was a U. S. war correspondent. The script was written by Arnold Perl, well-known screen and radio writer whose dramatizations on the "Eternal Light" program have become legend, and is narrated by Raymond Massey, distinguished radio and screen star. The film is dedicated to world Jewry. This is Sam Miller. Look at him and believe in miracles—for he is a Jew in Europe and he is alive! Sam Miller was sent to Auschwits. His wife went to Dachau. His eldest son was killed resisting arrest. Sam Miller lived. He lived— because he did not die. Days of wandering followed. Days of wearily plodding the merciless roads, days of anxious and ceaseless seeking for those whom they might never again see. Sam Miller found his family. Corralled in a camp with the beaten and the branded, they were suspended between the living and the dead. Yes, they were not dead. Instead, they were DISPLACED. Sam had an uncle in America. He wrote a letter through HIAS and found him. The appeal from out the black pit of despair was heard across three thousand miles of ocean. The HIAS Director in Munich sent for the Millers. He was kind, but realistic. He said they would have to apply for U. S. immigration quota numbers. Then came many hurdles—documents, proofs of residence, proofs of r.on-collaboration, a medical examination. If anything was wrong, they stayed behind. As the film continues, these, the homeless, the unwanted, the scourged, these, the DISPLACED, ere finally placed. JEWS IN SPORTS [JBernie Bernard, L.I.U. student, working his way through colje the hard way. Bernard is a lightweight boxer and a better than fair one. He fights regularly '.•Around the Metropolitan area but always back in class the next jrning after a tussle. Al Rosen farmed to Kansas Jity by the Cleveland Indian' quite the cocky boy. He told riends recently, "Some newsipermen think I look like Ted rilliams at the plate—I think too." When Rosen left the idians to join the K.C. Blues left a couple of his favorite pats behind. Kenny Keltnor rabbed them and went on a lit ting streak. He has, at this writing, hit 12 homers or one lore than he belted all last summer. One of the two bats has sen broken and Keltner is hopeil he can get through the rest f the season without breaking tie remaining claymore. Mauri Rose, diminutive auto racer from South Bend, Indiana, again is winner of the 500-mile annual automobile race conducted on the Indianapolis Speedway on Decoration Day. The win marks Rose's third triumph in the difficult race, his second in succession. Mauri, connected with a large automobile concern, comes out of his shell once a year to ••ace in the big affair, tie doesn't run around the country like most drivers racing for purses all over the ration. The latest win will net Rose about $25,000 at a minimum. The Speedway people haven't decided, at this writing, how much *" award the three-time leader. Since he led most of the way Rose will take down a good portion of the lap prize money, too. • • • Did you see where Vic Frank, the Yale football star, cracked thr IC4A record for the discus throw at the recent running of the annual track meet? Frank is a sure bet to make the U.S. Olympic team. Right now he rates second to Gordon of Minnesota in throwing the platter. He was also good enough to land a second in the hot put to help Yale win its first IC4A crown in over twenty years. Dick Gelb of the Old Blue squad came through with a win the javelin throw to help paid the Eli score. • • Irv Mondschein shattered the T C4A high jump record with a leap over 6'6" and broad jumped into a second place spot in the running leap. Moon also apDea-s certain to win a place on Uncle Sam's Olympic squad. • • • Samuel Reshevsky. the former Yeshiva bocher, and one of the world's best chess players is back from Moscow where he competed for the world's championship which was won by Mikhail Botvinnik. He may defend his American title in a forthcoming tournament at South Fallsburgh, N. Y., in August. Israel and Independence Theme of Swim-Dance The Starlite Patio of the Caribbean hotel will be the scene of an "1-Day" swim-dance, to be held by the Miami Beach Masada. Young Zionists of America, on July 4 at 8 p.m. Tony Negret and his orchestra will furnish the rau.-'c A water show will be presented by Johnny Fazio, known as •'Professor Chopmeat." A rhun-ba contest will be judged by Arm Herman, dancing instructress and Harold Shapiro. Miami Beac'attorney. A broadcast over WINZ will be held at 10:30. Cabanas will be available for those wishing to swim. Proceeds of the affair will go to the state of Israel. The committee in charge consist of Abe Schafer, chairman; Ted Nelson, program; Viviain Schiffer, arrangements; Miriam Sandier, tickets; Sam Soldinger. door committee: and Libby Hochman, publicity. 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PAGE FOURTEEN rJewlstrhrMte' 1 FRIDAY, JULY 2, LIVES OF OURJOMES ON MARCH 40M.AU FLAGS H I TMI STATE CAPITOL, AlB*nr,N.r,W£E FLOWN AT HALF-MAST IN MEMORY OF A6REATPU6LIC SERVANT/HILANTHROflST AND CIVIC LEADERFOR NEW roRK COT '-fciVi r>4-' NORMAN *nd soi MOcR ^ W RMOOA I SIMON ScTWTlH LED HER TO A'WMTRUNT MATOR LA6UA*DIA AS MCMMR OF ?Hl 0AW OF RICHER DUCATH>H. ZEAL FOR CHAMPIONING TNI PUftUC INTEREST LED NIM TO SERVE Z TEARS WITHOUT MY At ASST. ATTOAMfY GENERAL OF NY STATE IN CHARGE OF ELECTION' FRAUDS r -L. • .. REPUftl •'• M?INATlOM fOR U S SENATOR f MM MX STATE. IN I9II.PRES.HOOVER APPOINTED NIM US ATTORNEV FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NY. SUCCESS IN SMASHING PUBLIC RACKETEERING, SMUGGLING AND VICE R'NGS BROUGHT HIM NATION-WIDE ACCLAIM. INTENSELY INTERESTED IN JEWISH COMMUNAL AFFA.AS, HE SERVED* PRESOFTHEN-Y HD OF JEWISH fNILANTHUHES ANO VICE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE. IN 1945, GOVERNOR DEWEY APPOINTEO MEDALIE TO THE HIGHEST JUDICIAL POST IN THE STATE-JUSTICE OF NEW YORK STATE COURT OF APPEALS. ATC2.MEPAUE Ml AT AlRANT.H.y. TMI GOAL Of THIS MAN'S IIFt WAS APTLY SUMMED UP AS-' THE PURSUIT OF JUSTICE AND CHARITY TOWARD NIS FEUOW-MAN.* THIS WAS JUSTICE Q£OnG€X. MtmMt IMI • JIWIIM mieii'KK Aiet Six Year ONI Honors I'IJIJLS Hay A F D tion "• % %  : ; • %  1 %  : • %  • tes i I to hon thi Sti nd Stripes. D | ;t the lack of piti I lisolay ol The American Jewish Adventure lers in ever; I A 1 Israel Mission Offices Blessed By Rabbi Rabbi Klavan formally presented I the silver mczuzoth to Mr. Ep, stein. (Continued from Pagi I In keeping with traditional : :sh commui custom Rabbi Joshua : : %  % %  the '•' ,; : Klavan ea of th< it .1 in this vi :y fruitful hi I Let there v of i ( an t nd <>f that •. 1] ,v ii h Washington last week blessed the 0| the Israeli Mission at the banm J %  I •<. %  •'". % %  :.••: ilv Aidi i by his sister, Ir •Thi Pli '-" ol Al• them in %  % %  salul to '. %  fl g aci "My C ntrj "T : Tl 1 1 Ira. tudenl I I h Hebn w Academy, B • %  love I the fla| when at thi %  • ol II d up in his 1 .lute I • colors, At the age ol 3 -ded Ira's rei dition 0 t e Pie Ige to the Flag." a %  %  • nt th triot an t, Dur ng 1 %  ar Ira had a -.-." saluting to his he irt' tenl • thei prevalent play SI SI Hi kid" tr. the arnv in the an Ira iv %  : eautil il m v I to 1 thi nner of the state • %  1—which • its plate in his irt %  with the in:' the United Stab embers of the Israeli Mission. ffitmjff .-. nei bring forth not the wild 2210 Massac usetts Ave.. and nf%  S( ... %  3, ritual rixed 10 silvei mezuzoth on the • : this country loor panels of the Mission's headand so frustrat. I. I : -' : %  th€I e sweet ^ ;. : then b. in end of the w. vidual Jewish digni[n a sl rpl( ceremony attended p by vested interests of their ty, of J( nd ol D y Eliahu Epstein, the Israeli cnlittle segment of Jewish life, ..." fulfillment in voy, Arthur Livcrhant. and other il .• en thi totality. Let there >< tl e beginnii g of a cul• • :i by all Jewish lead...1 I P ychically. I country ol a mutuality mderstanding. a shared respect Oh God Mi th< yea and a profound consecration for 11 the stom the m w tasks ahead of us May that America] the words ot Isaiah take on 'in abundnew meaning today: "My well 1 and of eloved hath a vineyard in a very life, sweel into oui taste, nourruitful till, and he fenced it an irselves and the genera %  ; out • stom s thereof 1 I yet \ %  .. 1 id he looked that it should ring forth grapes and behold it b ought forth wild grapes." 111 vineyard ot American Jew-1 is lifi it forth I %  % %  %  il %  %  %  pes of 1 hip, s< eta tion. 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HDAY. JULY 2, 1948 vJewlsti fk>ridUan PAGE THIRTEEN >uncil Women Call lergency Session I An emergency meeting of Mili Section, National Council of bwish Women, has been called Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at he Hyde Park hotel, 4041 Collins \ye. Recommendations of the ard for the coming season's cial Welfare Program will be kid before the assembly. This rogram will include assistance to lie Southeastern Division of the lental Health Society, and the erebral Palsy Association. A fifty minute sail to the robus Club was enjoyed recentby members of the Miami Seeon, National Council Jewish pomen, where they attended a r ecial board meeting. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, hostess iid chairman of the Social Welfare Committee, recommended lat Council underwrite the salary of a trained physiotherapist ar the Cerebral Palsy Association, as part of their social welfare project for the coming season. This was unanimously passed |>y the board and will be placed eto't the general assembly at a neeting on July 7. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman jf the Scholarship Fund Commitee, announced the award of two cholarships to the University of liami. Plans were made to hold picnic supper and dance during July. Following the meeting luncheon was served at the club House, followed by. swimming, fashing and other activities. Two Miami Beach 'Buddies' Earn College Degrees, Many Honors LEGAL NOTICE NO'i ICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBRY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Florida Maid Lingerie at Langford Building, Miami. Pla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERMAN KAflAN MARTIN W. VOGBL BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Florida Maid Lingerie 6/4-11-18-23 7/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TUB CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THB 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 117487. LENA CARRITY. Plaintiff, vs. JAMBS H. OARRITY, Defendant. YOU. JAMES H. OARRITY. 40T. North Geddes Street, Syracuse, New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before July 3, 1948. or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED: June 3, 1948, B. B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. Wasman. Silver and Sakowltz Attorneys for Plan tiff Suite 918 Seybokl Building Miami. Florida 6/4-11-18-25 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the rnderslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of North West Cut Rate IJquor Store at 10G3 N. W. 79th Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL STERN Sole Owner 6/11-18-25 7/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Modern Meat and Pood Market at 1156 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY KNEI88L ALEXANDER GOLD Partners Myers, Helman and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicants 72-9-16-23-30 [Landau Chapter Names Committees Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, iB'nai B'rith Young Women, have [elected committee chairmen for [the coming year, according to the [announcement by Miss Gloria [Farkas, president. These include fthe Misses Elaine Schwartz and jArlene Sisselman, social; Dorothy iirnbaum and Ellen Rosenbloom, lewspaper; Miss Shirley Friedhnan, Anti-Defamation League; fMiss Doris Weinberg, telephone; Mrs. Stanley Wallman, publicity; Misses Henny Rosenthal and Miss Evelyn Kaplan, membership; Shirley Collegeman, community; Miss Lenore Bergida, cultural; [Muriel Rooff, religious; Norma JThalblum, overseas; Terry Shul| man, athletic. Plans have been completed for a July 3 observance party at the home of Dr. Benjamin Landau after whose wife the chapter has been named. Allan Westin Two Miami Beach boys who have distinguished themselves individually and as a team in both scholastic and extra-curricular activities, are Gerald Lyon Gordon, 19, and Allan Westin, 18M, recent magna cum laude graduates of the University of Florida. Serving together on the debate team, the two earned their college first place in the Southern Regional conference of 48 schools, and went on to take second place nationally. With the winners of West Point, Gerald and Allan were invited to appear on the "We The People" program ubout a month ago. Both members of Pi Lambda Gerald Lyon Gordon Phi, they were among six on campus who made Phi Beta Kappa as well as Phi Kappi Phi, academic honorary. Only other Jewish student to be graduated with the magna cum laude status was another Pi Lamb, Theodore Benjamin of Jacksonville. Buddies for years, the two Miamians have both been admittec 1 to enter Harvard Law School in the fall. Gerald is the son of Mr. and Mis. Harry Gordon; Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin, all of Miami Beach. Mr. Gordon is a Miami Beach attorney and Mr. Westin, operator of the Cabana Sportswear shop. Maurice C. Cohn Buys Ward Distributing Plant Beach "Y" To Show Film On Palestine The "Dream of My People" starring Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt, will be shown by the Miami Beach Y on July 4 at 8:30 p.m. The film, one of a series being presented by the Y, is set in Palestine, and the public is invited to attend. The discussion group of the Beach organization met last night to discuss "The Truce in Palestine and Its Implication in the United Nations." Dr. I. R. Goodman was discussion leader, with Jerry Carver acting as moderator. Proceed Of Affair Go To Haganah A fund-raising games party with all proceeds to go to Haganah was sponsored by Rose Cnapter B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday, June 29, at the home of Mrs. Alex Greenfield. Arrangements for the evening were made by the Mesdames Erwin B. Marshall, Harold Reinhard, Isidore Burak, David Platt and Harry burak. Singer To Speak To (tables Group Tuesday Night Kurt Singer, author, foreign correspondent, and authority on international affairs, will headline a community Americanism program sponsored by the Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., July 6, at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. According to Leonard Spiegel president, Mayor Keith Phillip.of Coral Gables and other civil and community leaders have beer invited to participate in the progiam and near Singer discuss hil best seller "Spies and Traitors.' Jerome Adelman and Alex Alvin are co-chairmen of the Americanism program. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO I TUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KliOUIDA. — IN 1'ltOHATE, No. 21063. In Re: ESTATE OP MORUIS S. RUBIN also known as M. S. RUBIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batata! You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any laims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Morris S. Rubin also known as M. S. Uubin, deceased, late of Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Wanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In 'he County Courthouse In Dade Couny, Plorida. within eight calendar •nonths from the date of the first nibllcatlon hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will >>e barred. See Section 130 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date June 16, A.D. 1948. MILTON K. UUBIN and HAHUY ZUKEUNIOK As Executors of the I .tat Will and Testament of Morris S. Rubin also known as M. 8. Uubln, Deceased. HARRY ZUKEUNIOK Attorney for Executors %  i /18-25 7/2 -9 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV ,.IE E CIRCUIT COURT OP THE JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JERRY'S Itx PHARMACY at 2237 B.W. I2nd Street, Miami, Plorida, intends to register said nun.with the Clark <>f the circuit Court of Dado County, Plorida. A. .1. IGNEL7.I WASMA.V. SILVER A.SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 6/2.1 7/2-9-1G-23 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— No. 18138. UE: ESTATE OF BLANCHE 1'.. Ho s UNDO UK, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executors .if the estate of BLANCHE B. UOSENDORP deceased; and that on the 20th day Of July, 1948. will apply to the Honorable W. P. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Plorida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge ns Executors of the Estate of BLANCHE H. UOSKNDOHF, deceased. This 22nd day Of June, 1948. MILTON S. BINSWANOER and HOWARD S. ROSENDORF, as Executors of the Estate of Blanche B. Bosendorf, Deceased. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Executors 6/26 7/2-9-lfi Proceeds of a card party to b held by the Miami Jewish Or tnodox Sisterhood Tuesday atom o'clock at the home of Mrs. Murray Shulman, 542 S.W. Wth Aye., i will go towards the new building fund. Maurice C. Cohn Maurice C. Cohn, owner of World Wide Importing and Exporting Company, has announced the purchase from Ward Distributing Company of its wine plant. Among the nationally known lines now represented by World Wide are Christian Brothers, Chateau Martin, Manischewitz Passover Wines, Rose City and Granny's Georgia Blackberry wine. This transaction will make World Wide one of the largest wine bottlers in the state of Florida. William Pallot acted as attorey tor Mr. Cohn, who has been operating in greater Miami for he last 13 years. A director of National ChU rlren's Cardiac Home and the Chi"p0 Club, Mr. Cohn resides with his wife on Hibiscus Island. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD LEGAL NOTICES ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOH DADK COUNTY. KI.OUIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 117957. BETH AI. CULP, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER CULP, Defendant. TO: Mil WALTER CULP 554 FOREST AVENUE, BELLEVIEW PITTSBURGH. PA. TC>U AUK HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before July 3d, 194S, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 25 day of June. 1948. E. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BURNETT HOTII attorney for Plaintiff, 112 Congress Building, Miami, Florida. 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ray's Cut Rale at 501 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court f July, 1948, otherwise a decree pro %  onfesso will he entered against vou Dated: June 29, 194S. E. B. LEATHF.U.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. FUG p.. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff 7/2-9-16-23 (he NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ..ie undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name >f Icon's Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers at 1390 S.W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. LARRY L. WHITE ILONA WHITE, Sole Owners. 1EORCE CHEBTKOF Attorney for Applicants fi07 Olympla Bldg. 7/2-9-16-23-30 Florida. !" Da Cou:,,y HAp.vi:v ERSHOWSKT ... ARTHUR 8CHAAP "elnsteln. Welnsteln & Welnsteln Attorneys for Applicants 6/18-23 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Florida." n,y BEN KIRSCHNEH LILLIAN KIRSCHNER 8/18-25 7/2-9-lfi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Plaminero Trailer Park at 2960 N.W. 36th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH RPITZER Sole Owner HAUUY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 7/2-9-16-28-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In huslness under the fictitious name of S & S Services at 1442 S. W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIMON SCHUBERT SAMUEL SPIEOEL MARX FABEB Attorney for Applicants Congress Building 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT op TIIF ELEVENTH JUDKMXL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE OOI-NTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 117702. CLAIRE P. SILVERS, Plaintiff, vs. MUUUAY SILVERS, Defendant. TO: MUUUAY SILVERS 3(1 Hazel Street Brooklvn, New York You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been Instituted against you, and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before July 15. 194S, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 15 day of June, 1948. E. B. LBATHEBMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By P. J. o.OUI.D, Deputy Clerk. MAUX M. FE1NBEBO Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 6/18-25 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N A M (? I W TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Hill No. 1175, Chapter No. 2095:'.. laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name. to-Wit: FIVE O'CI/TOK CLUB under which 1 am engaged In busln< ss at 2002 Collins Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That the party interested In said business enterprise. Is as follows: BAM BARKE-N. JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Applicant 7/2-9-17-23 H


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