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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
kLUME 21NUMBER 28
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
raeli Forces are Gaining;
ssembly Asked to Intervene
The UN security council was in session yesterday at Lake Suc-
N. Y to take up a United States proposal for a new Palestine
fire within three days.
Israeli troops Thursday encircled Nazareth from three sides
struck heavy blows at Arab armies in the Jerusalem area.
rish sources in Haifa said Israeli units now were within striking
tee of Nasareth, main northern Palestine base of Fawsl Pasha
Kaukji's irregular Arab volunteer army.
TEL AVIV. (JTA>The Arab town of Ramleh this week sur-
iered to Israeli forces which fought their way into its streets.
terms of the capitulation were being drawn up after the
of the first major Israeli offensive since the truce.
In the sister town of Lydda, five miles to the northeast.
ft fighting was still in pro-
despite earlier reports that
I fallen. It was reported that
Ida's mayor was assassinated
[Arabs while he was en route
|the Jewish lines to sign sur-
ler terms. Military observers
believe that several thousand
Legion and other troops sur-
ided and cut off in the Lydda-
Ueh pocket will surrender
lout a major battle.
;anwhile, the Israeli forces
ling out north of the Lydda-
leh area are threatening Ras
Sin, Arab-held village which
Jtrols the water supply to Jew-
Jerusalem. In their drive the
rs also captured a quarry some
miles from Petach Tikvah
which the Arabs have been
ling the outskirts of Petach
rah. The Israeli air force
lbed Ras el Ein, and a town
landing the road between
iarm and Jenin, anchor points
Iraqi-held "triangle" in
Iral Palestine. The Jews also
tured Beit Naballah, Arab Le-
base north of Ramleh.
reliable but unconfirmed re-
stated that Israeli forces
also begun a push on Jenin
the north. This is the first
cation that the Jews have re-
d their pressure on the an-
point which they entered
before the truce and then
lated to take up positions in
Tills surrounding it.
official communique issued
spoke of heavy fighting on
Syrian border, in the vicinity
lishmar Hayarden. A fierce
iw battle has been in pro-
for several days in this sec-
^with both sides claiming to
inflicted heavy casualties on
bther. The Jews said that they
captured a large number of
piers at Mishmar Hayarden
had seized a considerable
^tity of war supplies.
U.S. Delegation Asks
For Firm Action
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
United States delegations Tues-
day submitted to the U.N. Securi-
ty Council a resolution calling on
that body to determine that the
war in Palestine "constitutes a
threat to the peace" within the
meaning of the U.N. Charter and
to order a new cease-fire. The
introduction of the resolution, the
third since the Council began con-
sidering the problem of Palestine,
followed an oral report by U.N.
mediator Count Folke Bernadotte,
who urged the Council to act
firmly and quickly to halt the
war.
In language far stronger than
any previously used by the U.S.
delegation, the resolution orders
both sides to stop the fighting and
sets a deadline for compliance
no later than three days after its
adoption by the Council. The
cease-fire is to be of indefinite
duration "until a peaceful adjust-
ment of the future situation of
Palestine is reached."
The resolution provides that
"failure by any of the govern-
ments or authorities concerned to
comply would demonstrate the
existence of a breach of the peace
requiring immediate consideration
by the Security Council "with a
view to such further action under
Chapter VII of the Charter."
(Chapter VII authorizes diplomat-
ic, economic and military sanc-
tions if necessary upon aggressor
states.)
The resolution seeks, however,
to reinstate the original truce re-
solution of May 29, which limited
immigration of men of military
age into Palestine and banned all
shipments of arms and war ma-
terials into Israel. It also orders
an unconditional cease-fire in
Jerusalem within 24 hours and
charges the mediator with re-
sponsibility for carrying out the
city's complete demilitarization.
The Israeli delegation issued a
statement taking issue with the
Arab air raid on Tel Avivisectjon of the us resolution
place with no casualties re-1 which would freeze the immigra-
d, but one person was killed jtion of men and women of mili-
seven wounded in previous' tarv age and .would reinstate the
[attacks. Two hundred and j world-wide arms embargo of the
Jewish political prisoners. May 21 cease-fire accord. "The
by the British for several May 21 truce which was volun-
in Eritrea and later in Ken- tarily accepted for four weeks is
tention camps, arrived here.! dead," the statement said.
who were physically fit
liately joined the Army.
M" Arab towns on the high-
[between Majdal and Latrun,
Earlier, the provisional govern-
ment of Israel today summoned
the Security Council to label Arab
aggression a breach of world
(rtant bases respectively of (peace and to order an immediate
Egyptian invasion force and
|\rab Legion, were captured
Bws driving southward from
tamleh area. Control by the
of a section of this highway
(prevent a juncture of the
Arab armies, which have
[aiming at cutting off south-
*alestine from the rest of
Juntry.
end to the Palestine war. Until
that happened, Israeli represent-
ative Eban said, in an address be-
fore the Council, the Jewish state
could not listen to Arab propos-
als for a peace settlement.
He urged the Council to forget
about new attempts at concilia-
continued on Page 9)
Arab Leaders Reject
Extention Of Truce
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Arabs
resumed their war against the
state of Israel even before the
expiration of the four-week U.N.
truce which failed to bring about
a settlement of the Palestine de-
spute. Efforts by U.N. mediator
Count Folke Bernadotte to extend
the truce for a month failed after
the Jews accepted the prolonga-
tion but the Arabs rejected it.
The Israel government an-
nounced that Egyptian forces
"opened an offensive" against the
Beer Tuviah settlement, situated
some 20 miles south of Tel Aviv,
several hours before the truce
expired. The Egyptians were
using planes, artillery and armor-
ed cars according to the official
Israeli communique.
Northern Tel Aviv was attacked
by an enemy plane which dropped
several bombs on Friday, five
hours after the truce agreement
expired. Earlier, several air raid
alerts sounded in the Israeli capi-
tal, but there were no immediate
signs of Arab planes.
Arabs opened a mortar attack
on Jerusalem's Jewish residential
district of Rehavia hours before
the expiration of the truce.
Twenty shells fell in the center
of Rehavia and a number of
Jews were reported injured.
Shortly before the attack Ber-
nard Joseph, chairman of the
Jewish Emergency Committee,
announced that a sufficient quan-
tity of food and fuel is available
for distribution to the city's 100,-
000 Jews should hostilities re-
sume, but added that the water
supply situation is not promising.
(The Arab League announced
in Cairo that it has ordered Arab
forces in Jerusalem to observe
the cease-fire only in the Old
City which is populated now al-
most entirely by Arabs.)
Israel troops stormed and cap-
tured the King David Hotel fol-
lowing the evacuation of the
building by U.N. personnel. The
building has served as U.N. head-
quarters in Jerusalem.
NEWS FLASHES
Democrats OK Civil Rights Program
The Democratic convention commended President Truman for
his civil rights program and called on Congress to back him up in
guaranteeing racial and religious minorities these rights: Full and
equal political participation, equal opportunity of employment, se-
curity of person, and equal treatment in the service and defense
of the nation. The convention refused to insert a "states' rights'*
plank.
The Democrats pledged full recognition and aid and favored
lifting arms embargo to give Israel "right of self-defense." They
pledged support, within United Nations framework, for internation-
alization of Jerusalem.
The Republicans at their convention pledged full recognition
of Israel and United States aid within "letter and spirit" of United
Nations charter.
Asks Lifting of Embargo
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli repre-
sentative to Washington, this week urged the United States to lift
the embargo against Israel and to give material assistance to Israel
by loans for reconstruction and resettlement of immigrants.
Rumanian Gov't Returns Property
BUCHAREST, (JTA)The Rumanian government this week-
end issued a decree turning over to the Federation of Jewish Com-
munities heirless property of Jews who were killed during the war-
time pro-Nazi regimes. The proceeds of the property will be used by
the Federation for the relief of needy Jews.
Precautions Taken to Stop Plane
WASHINGTON, (JTA)A State Department spokesman said'
this week that all precautions are being taken to apprehend a:
mysterious B-17 suspected of being en route from this country to.
participate in the Palestine war. The plane, heavily-laden with.
3,500 gallons of high-octane gas, took off from the Westchester (N Y.)>
County Airport without the pilot's filing a flight plan, which is re-
quired of all aircraft flying to overseas destinations. Late reports
said the plane was forced to land at the Halifax, Nova Scotia,
airport due to bad weather and to minor engine trouble.
David Remez Confers in Prague
PRAGUE, (JTA)David Remez, Israeli Communications Minis-
ter, arrived here this week. He is already engaged in important
negotiations with various Czech officials, particularly with the
Minister of Transport. Remez came here from Switzerland where
he conferred with officials of the International Postal Union on
matters concerning Israel's postal set-up. He told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency correspondent here that his negotiations in this
country are concerned chiefly with questions of Czech-Israel air
service and are being conducted "in an atmosphere of mutual
understanding" and are proving "very satisfactory."
400 Rulgarian Jews Leave For Israel
SOFIA, (JTA)A group of 400 Bulgarian Jews left here this
week en route to Israel. The members of this group were the first
to leave this country with formal entry visas from the Jewish state
in their possession.
Zionist Executive
Asks U. S. Aid
PITTSBURGH, (JTA) Plans
for the expansion of the Zionist
program in the United States and
for securing American aid for the
state of Israel were mapped out
here this week by the newly-
elected administration of the
Zionist Organization of America,
following the conclusion of the
51st annual convention of the
ZOA.
Plans for the formation of a
$25,000,000 investment corpora-
tion to aid the state of Israel
were discussed by the national
executive committee. The com-
mittee also reviewed plans for
developing a program of expand-
ed Zionist education in the
United States. The project calls
for the intensification of Z.O.A.
efforts in the fields of Hebrew,
art, literature, music and other
cultural, as well as" religious,
media. Dr. Robert Gordis will di-
rect this program. The names of
the winners of five Z.O.A. $1,500
fellowships, providing for study
at the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem and other institutions, were
also announced.
150 IIiimani.aii Jews Unable to Leave
BUCHAREST, (JTA)A group of 150 Rumanian Jews holding
Palestine immigration certificates granted them by the British
government before the establishment of the Jewish state are unable
to proceed to Israel because of lack of transportation. The Rumanian,
liner "Transylvania" has suspended all calls to Palestinian ports,
until the Egyptian and Syrian governments officially cancel their.-
blockade of Palestine's costal waters.
Nazi War Criminal to Die
WARSAW, (JTA)Joseph Buchler, former chief administra-
tive officer of the Nazi occupation government in Poland, was
sentenced this week to death by the Supreme National Tribunal
here for the murder of millions of Jews and Poles. Buehler, one of
the most important Nazi war criminals apprehended and tried by
the Polish government, was accused of responsibility for the plan-
ning and execution of an annihilation program under which
2,500,000 Jews were murdered. He was also found guilty of re-
sponsibility in the deportation of some 2,000,000 Poles and Jews.
Irgunists Abduct Four Rritons
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Irgun Zvai Leumi forces this week ab-
ducted four British employees of a local electrical supply company
on charges of "intelligence with the enemy." The Irgun said that
the Britons communicated with British officers of the Arab Legion
through secret routes leading into the Old City during the siege of
the ancient quarter. The four men are "being held for interroga-
tion," an Irgun announcement said. Simultaneously, the Stern
Group announced that its military court had tried and executed
a young Jewess named Rosa Baiser on charges of being "a British
intelligence spy."
Court Issues Writ in Rergson Case
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Acting on a plea for a writ of habeas:
corpus, the Tel Aviv district court issued an order calling on Minister
of Defense David Ben Gurion and other authorities of Israel to show
cause why they should not release Peter Bergson, chairman of the
Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, and Jacob Maridor
deputy commander of the Irgun Zvai Leumi. Both men were ar-
rested in connection with the attempted Irgun landing of a cargo
of arms from the Vladimir Jabotinsky recently, and the authorities
announced they were to be tried on charges of using arms against
the Israeli Army and of inciting to desertion.


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)AY, JULY 16. 1948
* Jew 1st fhridUar?
PAGE THREI
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Arabs In History
e Arabs have been over-. der the heel of the Seljuk Turks
..orized. We get a false im- and later of the Ottoman Turks.
lsion of Arabian life and char- These Mongols, the Moham-
medan in religion, had as much
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Service. Friday evening at 8:16 p.m.
Rabbi Raab will apeak cm "What The
Rabbi I'an Do For You!" A reception
will follow the services.
Temple Israel 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
relationship With the Arabs a. ajJ" Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
K Sabbath eve services at 8:18 p.m.
Christian-Jap has with a French-. Dr. Kaplan will conduct services.
man. The Arabs of Palestine were Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
stepped on and pushed around by draws Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
the Turks until 1918, when Gen-
eral Allenby freed Jerusalem.
Listening to the Arabs howl
about the Israel state, one would
think they had been lords and
masters of Palestine. These be-
nighted Fellaheen say they have
lived with their harems of veiled
from the romantic tales
out by Sheherazade in the
Busand and One Nights. We
eet that these stories were the
Hit fiction of Asia long be-
the Bedouins let up on rob-
caravans in Arabia for the
fger game of looting kingdoms
long over ripe and ready for
Bcking.
fhe traveler in Spain is
limed by the beauty of the
hambra. He is amazed at the
gtness of the great Mosque in
.rdova. Yet he does not ques- women in the land of Israel for
,n -why similar monuments of WOO years. So did their horned
t glory are not found in the cattle- Nor was the Arab nomad
ibic lands of the East. He more Productive to their sacred
rlooks the fact thai the Arabs soil than their gats or donkeys.
'mselves had little to do with Mark Twain ***** Palestine in
e marvels. The Arab pro- 1187 sets dow" hls impressions
iced nothing. The astonishing in his book "Innocents Abroad.
"For days, he records, We rode
through leagues of blighted, blast-
ed, sandy, rocky, sunburned,
ugly, dreary, infamous country.
Finally we reached a stream, and
on its banks a great herd of
cuiious looking Syrian goats and
sheep were eating gravel. At
least, I suppose they were eating
gravel, because there did not ap-
pear to be anything else for them
to cat."
To such a condition the Arabs
reduced the once celebrated land
of milk and honey. In 25 years,
the Jews transformed this desert
into a garden. Now, the entire
Moslem world has set up a howl
for this land of Israel. It is their
holy land, they claim, because
Mohammed tied his sacred horse,
El Burak, near the Wailing Wall
before making his nose dive into
Heaven.
Friday evening services
Speaker to be announced.
at 8:00.
ORTHODOX
liant civilization of Bagdad or
Dorish Spain was created by the
topic who inherited the great
Btures of Greece, Rome, Judea,
Brsia, Egypt.
for about 10.000 years, semi-
ptoarians lived in the Arabian
Their sole contribution to
Dgress was domesticating the
km el. Their business was rob-
pry. Rude, unlettered Nomands
the wilderness, they despised
|e high civilizations of Egypt
nd Mesopotamia, which they
|>uld not comprehend. Then a
range thing happened. These
edouins were set on fire by
lohammcd an illiterate genius of
he desert. He presented his fel-
kw tribesmen with his book, the
foran. and sent them fighting.
onverting and plundering until
a short time they conquered
ic-half of the known world.
About five years after the
eath of Mohammed. Caliph Amir
kptured Alexandria, which was
he New York of the ancient
[rid. On being told of a large
jilding with a 100.000
tripts in it. the ignorant Arab
eclared, "If these books contain
jvything of value, then it is in
he Koran. If it is not in the
Coran, then they are super-
luous. Burn them up!" And thus
or six months the philosophy.
he science, the priceless wisdom
antiquity fed the furnaces to
at the public baths.
he Arabs in Palestine
In the year ..37, Caliph Omar
Bok Jerusalem away from the
Jlers of Constantinople. It was
|n big deal, for the Byzantines
become fat, corrupt and
ancid. For about two centuries
he successors of Mohammed ruled
Holy Land. Their illtreat-
kent of pious Christians brought
_on their heads the Crusaders
Fho vowed to wrest the Holy
epulcher from the infidels. For
vo hundred years. Palestine
as, off and on. a Christian state.
overned by European kings.
Liter the Christians were dis-
Idged, the Holy Land came un-
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HOTEL ROBERTS
28 West Flegler St.
Phon* M-Wta
Open daily 10-8 P.M.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services. 6:45 p.m.;
Saturday morning services at X:80 a.m.
Th- rabbi will speak n "Disharmony "
Saturday evening at T>:3I) Rabbi
Kackovsky will speak on Spiritual
and Material Sustenance." Mlncha at
6:30 p.m followed by ShalOS Si-udus.
Maarlv at 7:30 p.m. followed by a
class in Jewish Laws and Customs.
Morning services daily at 7:30 a.m.
followed by a class in Mishnah.
Neumann Cables
Pledges To Israel
NEW YORK.Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, re-elected president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, addressed renowned pledges
of support on behalf of Zionists of
America to the leaders of the
Jewish state of Israel in cables
sent yesterday to Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, provisional president:
David Ben Gurion, prime minister
and Moshe Shertok, foreign min-
ister of the provisional govern-
ment of Israel.
In keeping with the resolution
unanimously'adopted by the 51st
annual convention of the ZOA.
which has just concluded its ses-
sions in Pittsburgh, and in his
own personal behalf, the ZOA
president, in his cable to Weiz-
mann extending warm greetings
and an expression of respect and
high esteem, said:
"God grant you many years of
health and strength to guide the
republic of Israel to peace, se-
curity and successful realization
of our fondest hopes."
In his cable to Prime Minister
Ben Gurion. Dr. Neumann pledg-
ed "our continued unstinted sup-
port in the great struggle you
are having to ensure security ard
stability of the republic of Is-
rael."
In his cable to Moshe Shertok.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 6:45;
Saturday morning at 9 a:m: Daily
services at 7:30 a.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
^2ZT.I 6,5 pm. the ZOA president said in part
Sabbath morning services at 8:30 >^e shall continue to follow With
&"& fiSUSSSffVK SSS deepest interest and admiration
on the Portion of the Week. Summer your skijiiful efforts to pilot the
sessions of the Religious School will t.p,o] thrnuph the
be held during the months of July lepubhc of Israel througn me
and August from lft;oo a.m. t i:oo DOiitioal storms and shoals to sale
ftSlW? -TOlce. W'J&Z anchorage. More strength to you."
at 8 p.m.. 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.--------------------__
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- Visitors Asked To Forum
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Fridav evening services at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Mlncha
at fi:30 p.m. followed by Shalos
Scudos.
J.W.V. To Hear
Stone, ISivkin d
At Symposium
J.W.V* State Commander Mau-
rice Klein announced that a spe-
cial meeting of all Jewish War
Veterans in the area will be held
on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Amer-
ican Legion Home. Miami Beach.
Morris Stone, former vice com-
mander of the Western Region,
will discuss the aims and objects
of the organization, followed by
Sam Rivkind who will speak on
the methods by which these may
be carried out for the betterment
of the Jewish War Veterans and
the community.
Brief addresses will be made
fcy Dr. Klein, who is also vice
mayor of Miami Beach; Burnett
Roth and Abe Goldman, former
j department commanders; and
i Harry Adams, vice commander of
I the Southern Region. This is the
! first of a series of symposia
i which will be called by the or-
' ganization. Dr. Klein stressed the
importance of these meetings to
every Jewish veteran in the area
and emphasized the necessity for
a community-wide turn-out.
Junior Hadassah
Sponsors Danee
Greeting the guests tomorrow
manii- m6nt at the Rt>ert Richter Ho-
tel at the dance given by the Mi-
ami Unit of Junior Hadassah, will
be Barbara Pulver, hospitality
chairman, assisted by her com-
mittee. Featured on the program
will be Rita Rosenberg present-
ing celebrity imitations. A rumba
contest will be held, with music
for dancing furnished by Ed
Swanko's band. Proceeds of the
affair will be sent to Palestine.
Assisting in arrangements are
Miriam Sheinberg, Anita Gold-
man, Thelma Cohn, Cfaickie
Cohen and Rosalynn Barkowitz.
Helen Bogan, fund raising
chairman, announces that during
the summer the seven-month old
unit, now comprising 49 members,
will concentrate on securing con-
tributions for their Palestinian
projects. This will be followed in
the fall by a membership and
education drive.
Members of the Coral Gables
Zionist District are asked to in-
vite persons interested in the
state of Israel to join in the
meeting which will be held Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. at the home of
| Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lclchuk. 1414
lAlhambra Circle. Reports from
Softball Game Takes
Top Billing At Picnic
A softball gnrno between mem-
ibers of the Miami Beach Lodge
B'rai B'rith will highlight the
day's activities when the organ-
nation holds its second annual
basket picnic at Greynolds Park
Rock Shelter on Sunday. July
,25. Special games for adults and
children have been planned with
prizes for the winners. The af-
fair, scheduled to begin at 10:30,
is being organized by a commit-
1 tee headed by Samuel W. Shap-
iro. Arrangements for transporta-
tion may be made by calling Mr.
! Shapiro at 2-4181.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max;'- nationa, ZQA confer.
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Pittsburgh will be dis-
services Friday evening at 6:4.. p.m. | ence ui
Sabbath services at 8:30 n.m. Regis- cussed,
tratlon for summer Hebrew school
9:30 a.m. Monday. Class daily. Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to II noon.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 7 p.m.
Saturday morning service at 9 a.m.
Hebrew religious school 9 a.m. to 11
noon.
Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
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lerican Colonel Scores Irgun Acts;
[presses Adminiration For Workers
IEW YORK (Special)A high
iking American army reserve
who served under Gen-
icer
i! Bradley during the last war,
who recently returned from
fisit to Palestine to obtain first
nd information about how con-
ations to U.J.A. are being
in the reception and rehabil-
>n of Jewish displaced per-
is, and in Israel's defense ar-
lgements, lashed out this week
lainst "acts of murder and
eason" perpetrated by the Irgun
pai Leumi and the Stern gang.
|ln an interview, Colonel Harry
Henshcl. vice president of the
ilova Watch Company and a
adcr in the United Jewish Ap-
I, told of his visits to the fight-
? fronts inside Jerusalem dur-
kg the critical days when all
? roads to the Holy City were
,-ered by Arab troops. He and
pother American reserve officer,
Lionel Melvin Krulewitch, U.S.
larine Corps had been "smug-
led" through the Arab lines
torn the Dead Sea by a Haganah
fficer while Jerusalem was un-
|er siege.
"There were several distinct
icidents I came across which ex-
ploded the myth of IrgUn leader
lip in the battle of Jewish in-
Eepcndence," Col. Henshel stated.
^Throughout the last war I was
logistics officer in charge of air
nvements under General Brad-
ey; and for a time assigned to
Jie U.S. Administrative Staff, 21
Umy Group British, while Gen-
Bradley was under General
dontgomery in the preparations
D-Day and for the first two
nonths of the operations in
France. I know the vital import-
ance of supply. So I was able to
Appreciate the danger to Israel
|n its critical battle of Jerusalem
irhcn every bullet in the Ha-
ganah arsenal counted, when no
Supplies;food or ammunition had
come into Jerusalem in six weeks.
\x\ spite of this, the Irgun and
stern gangs raided these short
pnmbat supplies, and went off on
shooting fray of their own
against the inoffensive Arab vil-
age of Dir Yassin which had no
llitary value or purpose: in-
ead it opened up a new fighting
front behind the tired boys and
girls of Haganah who fought five
Jays and nights to capture Mt.
tastel in order to open the road
om Tel Aviv to bring in sup-
plies to starving Jerusalem. This
i-as at a time when every bullet
and every weapon had to be
|hoarded. Yet the Irgun-Stern
gangsters gave thought only to
false glory, at the expense of
Jerusalem's security."
Continuing, the iron grey-
|haired six footer whose appear-
-ice belies the "inactive" status
on his army papers, spoke of the
personal loss he felt when Dr.
[aim Yassky, head of the Ha-
taasah Hospital, was killed in an
Irab attack on a hospital am-
bulance convoy. "This death,"
Raid Col. Henshal, "was in my
opinion directly due to the Irgun-
Stern attack on Dir Yassin."
The prelude to Dr. Yassky's
lurder was the Irgun-Stern at-
tack on the Arab village of Dir
'assin, a peaceful community
A-bich the Haganah commander
vas particularly anxious not to
Minn, as it was behind his lin<"
the vital fight for Mt. Kastel
as well as the site of a proposed
badly needed air strip. Some two
\j"dred Arabs, including worn?"
nd children were massacvr': and
28 dissident Stem-Ireunists un-
expectedly severely wounded, and
-rre killed. Dr. Yasskv took
barge of the wounded, setting up
'mporary medical station in
Jerusalem using facilities and
personnel needed for Haganah's
ivounded. But the surgical facili-
"es required for these casualties
[ft a mile or so away at the
ladassah Hospital on Mount
Scopus. After negotiations with
the British, Dr. Yassky succeeded
in getting a promise of safe con-
duct through the Arab quarter of
Shiekh Jarrah. But the promise
was not kept presumably because
tbe Arabs learned who the
"qsualties really were. The doc
tor, many other medical person-
nel, and most of tfee Irgunists
were slaughtered before Haganah
arrived on the scene to fight the
Arabs off.
While in Jerusalem for five
days during the siege, Colonels
Henshel and Krulewitch visited
frequently with David Shaltiel,
now publicly revealed as a Brig-
adier General in the Israeli
Army, and with Shaltiel's com-
petent staff of officers. Like Colo-
nel Marcus, a close friend of both
Colonels, they reported to top
American Army, Air Force and
Marine officers of the situation in
Israel, which is a routine require-
ment for all reserve officers in
the armed services when visiting
outside the U.S.
At Mt. Kastel, Colonel Henshel
said "a real military victory was
won." Only the disciplined Ha-
ganah, and never the handful of
Irgun-Sternists were capable or
such a feat. "These dissidents are
guilty of murder and treason," he
added. "They have a false glam-
our and many do not realize the
genuine harm they do. Their mis-
led supporters in this country
actually are condoning murder
and treason. Would the United
States, during a war, have al-
lowed a political group like the
isolationists to have taken over
the Marines as a fighting unit
and have done as they pleased in
dependently of the regular gov-
ernment forces? Th Irgun is
doing just that and no country
can permit the existence of two
separate armed forces."
Colonel Henshel went on to
say that "at a press conference
in Jerusalem, following the mas-
sacre of the Arab village, I was
shocked to learn that some re-
spectable business men were in
the Irgun crowd and they seemed
to show no shame. The recent
attempted landing of an Irgun
ship of munitions in defiance of
the government of Israel's ob-
ligations under the truce was out-
right treason. I am glad that the
government, under David Ben
Gurion, acted as it did. It seems
a pity that these badly needed
supplies on this ship could not
have been held somewhere pend-
ing the termination of the truce
instead of defying world opinion
by flagrantly breaking the truce
terms. I met Ben Gurion three
times during my stay, and many
independent leaders including
Dr. Judah Magnes, Judge Gad
Frumkin and the top Revisionists.
I was tremendously impressed by
Ben Gurion's devotion, capacity
and leadership."
Turning to other phases of Is-
rael that he saw at first hand.
Colonel Henshel experssed the
highest admiration for the type
of Jewish workers he encoun-
tered. "The Histadrut made a
most favorable impression. They
have vision and create opportun-
ities for the new comers. I be-
lieve that when the present trou-
bles are over, the friendly rela-
tions established btween Histad-
rut and the Arab people will be
resumed. There should be no dif-
ficulties between the two. There-
fore, I am optimistic about the
future." Colonel Henshel added
that "the Jews have set a great
example in human history. Take
Beth Haaravathe House in the
Desert on the Dead Seawhich
has been evacuated for security
reasons. This settlement is a pearl
in the desert, just as Israel is a
gem in the Middle East which
will be appreciated more and
more as time goes on."
Major Dafni Appointed
Defense Minister to U.S.
NEW YORK, (JTA)Major
Reuven Dafni of the Defense
Army of Israel, who is now in
the United States, has been ap-
pointed representative of the De-
fense Ministry of the state of
Israel in the Israeli Office of In-
formation in New York. The ap-
pointment of Major Dafni was
made by David Ben Gurion.
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PAGE SEVEN
i
THE BOOK OF BOOKS
A Bible Quiz With Answers
By Dr. Solomon Goldman
What do you know about the Bible, its history, its
people, and its influence on the world? Test your
knowledge in this quiz by Rabbi Salomon Goldman,
author of the new thirteen volume commentary
"The Book of Books". The answers, from Dr. Gold-
man's monumental project in Biblical scholarship,
are printed with special permission of the pub-
lishers, Harper & Brothers.
Q. How do you account for
the fact that some Biblical stories
do not point up a moral; in fact,
they are stories of sinfulness?
A. The Jews dreamed and
prophesied of the ideal society
and even legislated for it, but
never got down to build it. The
Bible recorded the disparity be-
tween faith and conduct, the
habitual frustrations and back-
slidings of the people, but it
never hardened into cynicism or
pessimism. If the Jewish people
laid bare in its national literature
its own evil doing with an open-
ness and candor that no people
was ever to emulate, it also de-
manded of the Judge of all the
earth an accounting for chastis-
ing the innocent and making the
guilty prosper. The Bible re-
vealed the Jewish people as never
deserting its God, nor ceasing to
vex him; nor did the Bible ever
reveal the Jewish people as de-
spairing of its own ultimate re-
generation or of the salvation of
mankind. It was out of these
aspostasies and wrestlings and
aspirations that the Bible came
into being.
* *
Q. What famous American
social historian, widely known as
the first muckraker, claimed that
the original muckrakers were the
prophets of the Old Testament?
A. Lincoln Steffens, in chap-
ter 3 of his autobiography, said:
"I was not the original muck-
raker. The prophets of the Old
Testament were ahead of me."

Q. What early American presi-
dent wrote a book about the Bible
in which he said, "It is an in-
valuable and inexhaustible mine
of knowledge and virtue."
A. This description of the
Bible was written by John
Quincy Adams, sixth president of
the United States, in the book
"The Bible and Its Teachings."
It was published in 1811, a little
more than a decade before he as-
sumed the presidency.

Q. What is the oldest division
of the Bible?
A. It is generally agreed that
the Torah was the first division
to be canonized. Some scholars
discovered the story of its canon-
ization in Nehemiah, where it is
related that, after assembling
"the men and women and those
who. could understand." Szra.
mounting a raised wooden plat-
form especially improvised for
the purpose, read the law in
their presence for several days,
from daylight to midday. Others
believed to have found it in the
Deutreonomic law, enjoining the
reading of the Torah once every
seven years. Still others, taking
cognizance of the numerous refer-
ences to Torah in the Torah it-
self, are convinced that its canon-
ization preceded the Babylonian
exile by centuries. But, whenever
it happened, this much is cer-
tain: that as far back as we can
trace the history of the Penta-
teuch, it appears as an aggregate,
of one piece, as it were. The
Torah is comprised of the five
books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus,
Leviticus, Numbers and Deu-
teronomy.
*
Q. What did the Puritans think
of the Bible and its veracity?
A. Whosoever doubted that any
book of the Bible was the in-
fallible word of God was guilty
of blasphemy according to the
"Body of Liberties" adopted in
1641. Those guilty of such blas-
phemy were to be whipped forty
lashes and fined fifty pounds for
first offenders; for second offense
the guilty person was to be put
to death or banished.
*
Q. What is the highest known
price ever offered for a Hebrew
Bible?
A. In 1512 the Jews of Venice
offered half a million francs, ap-
proximately $100,000, for a He-
brew Bible in the possession of
the Vatican. This price was ar-
rived at because the Jews of
Venice proposed to Pope Julius
II to pay its weight in gold for
the Bible. This Bible was so
heavy that it required two men
to carry it, weighing 325 pounds.
Though hard pressed for money
in order to maintain the "Holy
League" against King Louis XII
of France, Pope Julius II declined
to part with the Hebrew Bible.

Q. What American president
said that the Bible "is the best
gift God has given to man?"
A. This statement was made
at the White House, less than a
year before his assassination, by
President Abraham Lincoln in
his remarks to a committee of
colored people who had come to
see him.

Q. What great American 19th
century editor called the Bible
"the groundwork of human free-
dom?"
A. This statement was made
by Horace Greeley, editor of the
New York Tribune. He said: "It
is impossible to mentally or
socially enslave a Bible-reading
people. The principles of the Bible
are the groundwork of human
freedom."
Q. What comprises the He-
brew Bible?
A. The Hebrew Bible, or He-
brew Canon, is comprised of 39
books that were officially ac-
cepted by the Jews as Holy Books.
The Hebrew Canon is divided into
three major groupings, the Torah
or the Law, the Naviim or the
Prophets, and the Ketuvim or the
Writings. There are 5 books of
the Torah; 21 books of the
Prophets, and 13 books of the
Writings.

Q. What is the reason behind
the Biblical injunction against
plastic arts?
A. It is not, as has been said,
that Jews did not possess an art
sense no less keen or refined than
that of any cultivated people.
Now, then, shall we explain the
Second Commandment and the
horror that the foremost repre-
sentatives of the Jewish people,
throughout many centuries, ex-
perienced in the presence of
plastic arts. The Jewish genius
rebelled against art, as it was
generally conceived and prac-
ticed, because of its identification
with religion and the deleterious
effect on morals that ensued from
the apposition. Art was nowhere
to be found existing for its own
sake, as distinct from religion.
The myths overcast the aesthetic
significance of the most exquisite
forms. And all art was far more
an act of faith, a prayer, than an
expression of beauty, even as the
Athenian Acropolis was a sanc-
tuary and not a museum, and the
great Phidian statue that once
stood there was a patron Goddess
and not a sculptural ornament. It
is evident that in Greece, as else-
where, and in classical times as
in other ages, art existed solely
for religion. In the opinion of the
Jew, this intimate relationship
l between the two was responsible
for the worst evils of paganism.
*
Q. On what were the original
books of the Bible written?
A. The original books of the
Bible were written variously on
stone, clay, wood, leather or skin,
and papyrus. Parchment was a
comparatively later development.
The implement of writing for
stone, clay or wood was the stylus
and for the others, the reed; ink
was obtained most probably from
the juice of the cuttlefish. A book
took the form of either a table
or tablet or a roll or scroll
(megillah).
*
Q. To what does the Bible owe
its unique place in the world's
literary history?
A. Only the utmost nobility of
theme could have created so
powerful a sequence of universal
metaphors. It is to its theme that
the Bible owes its unique place
in the world's literature. Its au-
thors were not poets of dalliance,
! weaving out of the scenic beauty
of the country and the strong
language of their people charm-
1 ing and gracious patterns. They
were not concerned with tropes
and rhetoric. They spoke under
compulsion and poured them-
selves out with the unevenness
and impetuosity of a torrent.
They had a cause and they pur-
sued it, or were driven by it, re-
lentlessly, breathlesslv. The Bible
is a by-product of the ultimate
purpose and of the theme it de-
M'lops; it is, thanks to the theme,
that the Hebrew Bible, even in
".anslation, fans the imagination
into a flame and remolds to its
spirit languages unborn at the
time of its writing.
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Q. What American play, which
was a great success in the com-
mercial theater, was written by
the author "as a consideration of
man's search for the divine in
himself?"
A. The play, probably the
most successful of the many plays
derived from the Bible story.
was "Green Pastures," written by
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Claudia Walden
To Return In Fall
Returning to Miami in the fall
will be a local girl who "made
good." Claudia Walden, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woladai
1816 Meridian Ave., after many
successful stage engagement
the north, intends to enter
radio field ii iter Miami, ac-
Personally Speaking .
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Van
isiting friends and relative.
Nays and Los Anaeles. Cal.. is Mrs. Isidore Tannen IMC

Claudia Wolden
cording to a letter recei'
her. unt, Mrs. B. Ostroff.
Appearing in such r
Bramson in '"Night Must Fall,"
Connie in "Yes, My Dai
Daughter," and Lady Macbeth
with summer stock compai
Miss Walden was seen on B:
way with Albert Basserman in
"Wild Duck" and "In Bed We
Cry." Miami playgoers may re-
member her when she pi;
with the Theatre of Fifteen, Coral
Gables.
The niece of the well km vtt\
piano duo, Pier Lubochutz and
Jui ia Nenoff, Claudia is a grad-
jate of the American Aca l<
of Dramatic Arts of Now Y rk
and the Temple University Sum-
mer Theatre
Kaufman-Apatov Wed
Mrs. Fanny Kaufman became
the bride of joe Apatov at recent
ceremonies in the home of Rabbi
Moses Mcschloff. Miss Rae Levin,
daughter of Mrs. K fman, at-
tended her mother. Mr. Apatov
formerly resided in Sacramento.
Calif. The couple will be at home
at 1231 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Spendmq the summer v
St..'Miami Beach. She wilfbe joined by Mi Tannen
the summer.
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Leaving for a three montl
Mrs. J. Malakoff. 444 S.W. 24th Roac
Hendersonville. North Carolina cri
a trip to Richmond Hi l"
grandchildren, and a possible side-trip to Hot Springs Arl.......
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Levinson, 3394 N.W. 3rd St,
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Leaving by mote: ..sir.ess cr.d
pleasure trip ere ''. Mrs. Lee Eisj ":: 141
Miami Beach. They will
and Canadc, later v.
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pULY 16, 1948
*.Jenifkrrttor
PAGE NINE
(legation Asks
to Firm Action
i'<'Mti: ued from Page 1)
of breathing life into a
Re. "The only action con-
ith the duty of the Se-
ity Bauncil at this hour," he
i r I "would be to determine
K>f Arab aggression, aris-
r.lof the Arab decision to
lumBlostilities; and. as a pro-
measure under Article
of Bic Charter, to order that
|on immediately and un-
ially to cease." New truce
said would only se;-ve
let the Israeli forces who
ending the U.N. Charter
[Arab attack.
sharply attacked Berna-
luggestions for restricting
Immigration and for hond-
Jr Jerusalem and the Negev
[isjorcian. "We insist that
ttion into Israel is the
of Israel alone," he said.
\g the latter part of the
session British rcpresent-
tiveHp Alexander Cadogan an-
that his governmrnt
support the U.S. resilu-
rith one or two "verbal
g." He stated that his "gov-
jt feels that it is impossi-
^r the Security Council to
than is now proposed."
Brbal changes included re-
to the "Jewish authorities
lestine" rather than the
sional Government of Is-
fer the U.S. resolution was
(tted. Syrian delegate Faris
hiri introduced a resolution
Bng the Palestine dispute
to B International Court of Jus-
Bfor a ruling on the legal
of the country after the
lation of the Mandate. A
^r resolution introduced at
ast special Palestine session
^e General Assembly was
rty defeated.
ms oral report to the Coun-
^ernadotte supplemented his
en report which he submitted
lay. He urged the Council
firmly and quickly taking
Strongest possible steps per-
by the U.N. Charter to
[the war. He suggested eco-
jnd diplomatic sanctions to
with, and all-out military
mention at a later stage if
side refused to comply with
rw cease-fire order. In his
I statement, Bernadotte poi.it-
\c finger of accusation for the
time at the Arab state. Dur
his cross examination by
jlbers of the Council, the med
was confronted with a blunt
^tion from Andrei Gromyko
ie U.S.S.R. "Who is guilty."
i.vko asked, "for the renewal
hostilities in Palestine?"
ernadotte reDlied: "I think the
which refused to prolong
truce has to take the responsi-
ly for the fighting that has
ted."
srnadotte also disclosed that
|does not regard himself as
id by the partition resolution
November 29 and that his sug-
Jion for the demilitarization of
fa and establishment of a free
there had been prompted by
equest from the governments
Trance, Britain and the U.S.
Iresponse to a question from
\n, Benadotte declared that in
ering the wholesale detention
Jewish immigrants on Cyprus,
British acted on their own
Native.
Thinking aloud" about the
rse the Council must take to
Jre peace in Palestine, he said
U.N. must make it plain that
Iher fighting will not be toler-
I, He suggested an unequi-
^al cease-fire order, emphasiz-
"I repeat, order." The time
polite requests and sugges-
ts was over he indicated. The
Jer to cease fire, Bernadotte
td. must be backed by a firm-
Kronish Unites Jordan Barkowitz
With Jacquol ynn, Rosalynn Drosd
Rappaport Opens
New Law Offices
Oscar Rappaport has announced
the opening of his law offices at
516 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Mr.
Rappaport received his AB and
LLB at the University of Florida
where he was a member of the
John Marshall Bar Assn., the
Florida Players, AVC, and was
Art Editor of the Summer Gater.
A veteran of three years in the
Army, Mr. Rappaport also acted
as assistant director of the Hillel
organization in Gainesville and
was active in the Radio Guild of
the university.
Having been a resident of Mi-
ami for 25 years Mr. Rappaport
has been an active member of
B'nai B'rith groups and Jewish
Youth groups and plans to con-
tinue these activities.
Oscar Pappaport
In a single ceremony at the
Floridian Hotel on June 27, Rabbi
Leon Kronish united in marriage
Jacquelynn and Rosalynn, twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Drosd. 2408 S.W. 23rd St., with
Herbert Jordan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Jacobowitz, of
New York City and Harold Bark-
owitz, son of Mrs. Barkowitz and
the late Paul Barkowitz, of
Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Mortimer Ruden, sister of
the brides, was their only attend-
ant. Best men were Melvin Stein,
brother-in-law of Mr. Jordan, and
Lou Fried, Mr. Barkowitz' bro-
ther-in-law. Sixty guests attend-
ed the wedding dinner, including
out of town relatives from Cleve-
land, Charleston, New York and
St. Louis, former home of the
Drosds.
Following their honeymoon, the
Jordans are residing in New
York, where they will continue
with their studies in art. The
former Jacquelynn Drosd was an
active member in Junior Ha-
dassah. The couple both attended
Parsons School of Design in New
York Rosalynn, an honorary
president of Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah, attended the University
of Miami. After honeymooning in
Daytona Beach she and Harold
are making their home with the
bride's parents.
ly expressed, fully understood de-
termination" to use military sanc-
tions.
A delayed message received
from the U.N. Truce Commission
in Jerusalem today accused the
Jewish forces there of attempting
to seize all of Jerusalem. The
message said that the Jews
"boast" that they could conquer
the city in less than two weeks
and point to the Christian world's
indifference to the shelling of
Jerusalem by the Arab Legion
before the truce.
Truce Commission chairman,
Jean Nieuwenhus, of Belgium,
concluded that the Security Coun-
cil must intervene immediately to
stop the fighting in Jerusalem,
because the "international char-
acter of the city" stipulated in
the partition resolution seems to
be "dangerously" threatened.
British and American pressure
on Arab states to keep the peace
in Palestine, which culminated in
Britain's decision to postpone
payment of Trans-Jordan's mili-
tary subsidy, brought forth an
indignant protest from the Arab
office in London that Arabs are
being "blackmailed" in an at-
tempt to make them accept the
State of Israel.
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Agency Functions
Transferred to WZO
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The future
functions of the World Zionist
Organization were outlined at a
meeting of the Jewish Agency
executive convened to consider
the forthcoming nutting of the
Zionist Actions Committee which
will be held here on July 18.
It was announced that arrange-
ments will be made to liquidate
the Jewish Agency and transfer
its duties to the World Zionist
Organization.
It was also decided at the meet-
ing that seven or eight members
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion's executive must reside in
Jerusalem. Some of these may
have to move from their homes
overseas. Eliahu Dobkin presided
at the meeting.
British Payment
To Transjordan
Is Now Overdue
LONDON, (JTA) Britain's
quarterly installment on its sub-
sidy to the Trans-jordan govern-
ment for maintenance of the
Arab Legion this week became
overdue, a Foreign Office spokes-
man revealed. The British gov-
ernment, he stated, has considered
the question of the subsidy and
"has temporarily held up" the
$2,000,000 payment.
The "situation is obscure and
the report from the U.N. Pales-
tine mediator must be awaited."
the spokesman added. Asked
about a New York press report
that negotiations were being con-
ducted for the payment of the
sum in dollar currency or its
equivalent, the Foreign Office
representative said: "When Trans-
jordan left the sterling bloc area,
owing to circumstances against
her own and our will, we under-
took to pay this amount in hard
currency for her requirements."
The New York newspaper
story, emanating from Lake Suc-
cess, said that the British govern-
ment has been negotiating with
Transjordan's King Abdullah to
make available to him $2,000,000
in hard currency for the rest of
this year. According to the re-
port, the Transjordan government
is said to have accepted the terms
of the British government's pro-
posal, but on condition that ne-
gotiations be reopened "if addi-
tional liabilities are incurred as
a result if events in Palestine."
The spokesman could not say
whether or not this sum was part
of the regular subsidy nor was he
able to state whether this means
that a part of the British subsidy
to King Abdullah will be paid in
dollars. At the same time, the
spokesman warned against giving
"very much credence" to reports
that Transjordan's and Egypt's
conflicting views on Palestine
foreshadow a split within the
Arab League. Reports from Arab
sources, he said, do not seem to
confirm this.
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?At* MlIh,l1tn
PAGE ELEVEN
etters To The Editor
Enthusiasm
K.'ll" Hie 1 -'i letter from Pales-
tim- written by tho nleco of w. i.
Keuer. It depicts] the enthusiasm
I being shown by the youneratora and
demonstrates their efforts on be-
half of the Jewish homeland.
[iii-... Uncle,
It happens to me very often
Ithat I am thinking of my rela-
Itives somewhere in the United
I States. Four brothers of my be-
hoved mother, God rest her soul,
are living there, I do not know
them, they don't know me nor do
their families, and why?
Many, many years went by
since my dear mother saw them,
circumstances have changed
since, but nevertheless it's my
wish to make one day your ac-
quaintance, to meet you and your
family, to know the relatives of
my mother, my relatives, how
they are living, and how they
are getting on.
Therefore I decided to enter
into correspondence with you and
thus into closer relationship with
my uncles. You never can tell
what might happen where fate
jhas passed, and if our enemy
I wanted blood we answered with
blood. The Arabs wanted war,
they have got it, we are showing
them our strength and are pay
ing them back twice. At present
they are obliged to consider our
country as a fact, as a young
country wmen came into life and
can't be exterminated anymore
and we are sure that if there
were not third persons to mix
and to disturb us, we would be
able to settle things with the
Arabs in peace and understand-
ing.
I daresay that I am proud to
be a witness of this decisive
period of the liberation of Israel.
My husband joined the Army
too, before the war he was work-
ing with the Haifa Municipality
as an engineer. As to me, I am
busy the whole time, never at
home, so that the house is quite
deserted; family life has ceased
to exist.
But we must be strong and
happy and trust that soon vic-
Jewish government of Israel? I
will state facts. For over two
thousand years there has been a
Jewish religion on earth. Twice
in their history the followers of
Judaism established a state in
Israel, they thus became a people.
And twice the Jewish peopel in
Israel gave up their Torah, and
twice they were driven from the
land. But Judaism as a religion
never gave up the Torah. Thus
the Jewish religion has survived
throughout the world for thous-
ands of years. As long as there is
Torah in the land of Israel, the
state will prosper. The hand of
G-d has proven this.
It is sickening that we need to
I argue with our own people over
this question. I am not capable
of carrying the argument. But it
seems that in this community not
one leader has come out for
Torah Zionism. We have able
leaders and Rabbis. Are they
afraid to carry G-d's gift to man?
Respectfully,
MARVIN ZALIS
New B'nai B'rith Group
Holds Primary Meeting
The first organizational meet-
ing of a new B'nai B'rith Young
Men's group will be held at the
Miami Y Tuesday at 8:15 p.m.
Speaking before a nucleous of
approximately twenty members
will be Howard Liebman, director
of B'nai B'rith youth activities
for the State of Florida; Marx
Faber, president of Sholem
Lodge; and Theodore Sa.kowitz,
youth advisor.
Young men between the ages
cf 18 and 25 who are interested in
developing citizenship programs
and participating in religious,
athletic, social and cultural ac-
tivities, are invited to join the
new group.
been given to veterans at- the
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can push you to and I guess it .torious peace will be established
would be a comfort to know
about your relatives.
Today it's the first anniversary
of my wedding, let us hope that
the years to follow will be more
quiet, that they will bring us
peace and calm. A war is going
on in our country, a very hard
war, but it is dear to us, for we
are fight for a holy cause. We
are sure of our victory and that
soon our young fatherland will
rise in freedom and happiness.
We here, who are standing in the
frontlines are quite conscious of
what you in America are doing
for us, and we are deeply obliged
and normal life come back for
there is a lot of work still to be
accomplishes.
Hoping that you will write us
soon, I remain, dear uncle, with
lots of love to you and your
family,
Your niece,
ROSE SCHOR
(Tabachnik)
Torah(?)
Dear Editor:
I recently attended a Zionist
Youth discussion at which S. R.
Goodman was moderator. Before
I say my piece I would like to
for all your support. I hope that say that I admire Mr. Goodman.
you too are contributing your \ jje js a Zionist I would be proud
share to help us in accomplish- to follow.
ing for all Israel is longing for. I The topic at the discussion was:
Our Army is as young as our -
fatherland, but holy enthusiasm
is animating our soldiers and
they are doing their best, so that
we have faith in our success, for
where there is faith there is vic-
tory. Much blood is being shed.
our young and best fellows are
giving their lives on the battle-
field, but we are quite aware of
the fact that there is no war
without sacrifice. We only pray
that it must not be in vain.
We in the Army get food and a
small allowance for our expenses,
for there is not much money left
for soldiers, it is needed for more
urgent purposes, chiefly for arms,
so that the soldier has to content
himself with rather little.
During those past years of
Zionism we endeavored to revive
our country by hard work and
sweat, we have changed the
desert into flourishing fields and
gardens, and we are more than
proud of it. We were helping the
Arabs to get healed of all sort of
disease, we took them out of
poverty and misery, but it looks
as if they have got too much on
our account, for instead of thanks i
we got a kick and they are trying j
to drive us out. But that time
where Jews were ghetto Jews
The principles that will guide the
future Jewish state. Not one
speaker mentioned Torah as a
guiding principle in the Jewish
state.
Do we have to leave it up to a
member of Mizrachi to remind us
of our Torah? Are we all not
Jews? Yes, we are Jews! There-
foie we accept the Torah. Torah
is the only reason we are Jews,
the only reason there is a Jewish
religion. If it was not for this
reason we could just as well be
Christian.
G-d is one. Also, the people of
Israel, the land of Israel, and the
Torah of Israel are one. We can-
not picture G-d as two. Also, we
cannot separate Torah from the
iand of Israel, or the land of Is-
rael from the people of Israel.
Therefore, if we as Zionist fight
to set up a Socialist Israel with-
out Torah, it is as believing G-d
and Jesus as his son.
Why is Torah required in the
Optometric Association
Seeks Better Driving
A program to aid in decreasing
highway accidents in South Flor-
ida was launched this week by
the Southeast Florida Optometric
association which announced the
formation of a motorists vision
committee under the chairman-
ship of Dr. Sidney Norman, Ft.
Lauderdale.
The committee will cooperate
with local law enforcement
agencies in Dade and Broward
counties to emphasize the im-
portance of good vision in safe
driving.
Action by the SFOA followed
the July meeting this week when
Sgts. T. E. Jones and C. W. Keith
of the Florida Highway Patrol
spoke to the local Optometrists
on the relationship of vision to
driving.
'The man with faulty vision
who gets behind the wheel of an
auto is a potential murderer,"
Keith told the eye specialists.
The new SFOA committee,
formed to better acquaint drivers
with the importance of good vi-
sion in highway safety, will start
its campaign by distributing post-
ers emphasizing the need of main-
taining proper visual standards.
The posters will be displayed in
auto inspection stations, taxicab
and bus barns, garages, filling
stations and auto drivers' licenses
offices, according to Ar. Arthur
Hirsch, who heads committee
members representing Miami
Beach. Other local committee
members are Drs. W. H. Koblenz.
Miami; Dr. Glenn S. Clapp, Coral
Gables and Dr. C. J. Slade, Hia-
leah.
Volunteer Workers
Needed By Hospital
Sholem Lodge Hospital repre-
sentative, Mrs. Lenore Curtice,
announces that B'nai B'rith Wom-
en of Greater Miami are urged
to attend a volunteer worker's
course at the Pratt Veterans Hos-
pital next Friday from 9 a.m. to
4-30 p.m. Those taking the course
will be expected to contribute
ten hours service at the hospital,
receiving certificates after com-
pletion. Women interested in the
course should contact Mrs. Cur-
tice at 9-5715 before July 20.
Weekly birthday parties have
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Memorials for the
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FRIDAY, JULY 16,
Weizmann Institute Scientists Solving
in* Palestine's Water Problem^
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C/O Box 2973. Miami 1|
Water demintralizlng pilot
plant, including filters, ion-
exchange bedt and regen-
erating system.. '
Solar still auxil-
iary unit for re-
covery of sodium
sulfate during
trial operation
of water demin-'
erallzlng pilot
plant at Weiz-
mann Institute,
Rehovoth.
Dr. Walter Juda op-
erating controls of
water pilot plant.
Weizmann Institute demineralizing 2000 gallons of water a day
The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth, Palestine, has
had erected on its grounds a pilot plant for demineralizing water to
make it fit for human consumption. This is the first step in a cam-
paign to create an adequate water supply for household use and
irrigation in those sections of Palestine, which at present transport
their water to the spot via pipelines and lank trucks. Construction on
the plant was carried out by Morris Carron (shown above with solar
still) under the direction of Dr. Walter Juda of Harvard University.
The plant, as now designed, is demineralizing water containing
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Reply Mr. R. K.
P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18
la the fisrf
One of Palestine's greatest
problems, the procurement of
water suitable for di inking and
irrigation purposes, is now in the
process of solution, according to
an announcement by the Ameri-
can Committee for the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Rehovoth,
Palestine, whose headquarters are
at 16 East 66th St.. N. Y. C. De-
spite the present unsettled con-
ditions of the country, scientists
of the institute continue to de-
vote themselves to the long-range
problems of Palestine of which
the water problem is a vital part.
A pilot plant has been erected
in the grounds of the Weizmann
Institute for the purpose of de-
salting brackish waters, thus ren-
dering them suitable for drink-
ing and household use. The solu-
tion of the water problem in Pal-
estine is of the greatest import-
ance for the effective colonization
of the country and will open up
new prospects of development in
many parts of Palestine, including
the Negev. which have quanti-
ties of sub-soil saline ground-
water. Moreover, the establish-
ment of water-demineraliz.ation
units in already existing colonies
will render them practically self-
sufficient with regard to drink
ing water, dispensing with the
pipeline and truck forms of trans-
porting water, which are now-
vulnerable to attack.
The present pilot plant work is
part of a programme for the in-
vestigation of possibilities to
utilize Palestine's existing water
resources to the fullest extent
for colonization and industrial
purposes. The process is based on
a discovery made public in 1935
by two British scientists, B. A
Adams and E. L. Holmes, who
developed the use of synthetic
resinous materials, known as ion-
exchange materials, for the de-
salting of water.
Instead of expensive distilla-
tion methods used hitherto, the
new process simply involves the
percolation of saline waters
through successive beds of p
ous ion-exchange materials in
granular form. In sul
years improved materials
1 vi loped ;,nd the method is now
used to purify waters in ill
try, primarily boiler feed wal
However, the method as util-
ized in industry at present, is fai
too expensive to be considi 1
practicable for such large scale
use as irregation. Dr W
:Juda. lecturer in chemistry
Harvard University, and 1
to the late Professor Grinnell
'Jones of Harvard, first thought of
simplifying this form for pr I
cal application to the special
needs of Palestine.
In 1945. through the generosity
and initiative of Harry Le\
treasurer of the American (
mittee for the Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science, a non-profit
ganization, known as the Pales-
tine Research Associate, was
formed at Cambridge, Mass
which made donations to Han
University to enable it to under-
take experimental research in the
laboratories on the problem of
desalting water. This was cai
on by Morris Carron, under the
direction of Professor Jones and
Dr, Juda for over a year and a
Salf and sufficiently encourai
results were obtained to lead to
the erection of the pilot plant in
the institute grounds at Rehovoth
under the direction of Dr. Juda
and Mr. Carron.
The plant, as now designed
is demineralizing water contain-
lion of 400-500 parts, considered
excellent for drinking purposes
The ground-water of the Negev
in many areas has a salinity of
V," same PrPr,'on, namelv
1000-2000 p.p.m.. which while not
absolutely undrinkable is very
unpalatable and therefore comes
well wtthin the scone of the
plants performance. The pilot
plant is designed to treat approx-
imately 2000 gallons of water per
day. H
In conjunction with the ion-
exchange dcmineralkation plant,
Louis F. Gillingham
DISPENSING OPTICIAN
Phone 5-9703
'"0 J Lincoln Road Miami Beach
in test plant.
from 1000 to 2000 parts per million of dissolved salts, bringing the
salinity down to 400 500 parts, which is considered excellent drinking
water. The ground-water of the Negev in many areas has a salinity
of the same proportion, namely 100C 2000 p.p.m.. which, while not
absolutely undrir.kable, is very unpalatable, and therefore comes
well within the scope of the plant's performance. At present the
plant is demineralizing water containing 2000 p.p.m. salts to 600
p.p.rr.. salts. It is designed to treat approximately two thousand gal-
lons of water per day.
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+Jewlst fhrldfom
PAGE THIRTEEN
leration Community Planning
immittee To Study Leisure
Ime Services And Aged Problem
Invitations have been extended
the Greater Miami Jewish
leration to a representative
ss-section of local Jewry to
picipate in the activities of the
imunity Planning Committee
1948-49, Stanley C. Myers is
lirman of the group. Local
jbis and affiliated agency pres-
ents, together with Morris
ss, executive director, are
biding members of this divi-
L
*rojects carried on by the com-
Jttee include census study, per-
inel practices, health and hos-
tal study, the Home for th<
fed, education, kashruth study
id the "Ys." In the words of
federation, "Community planning
is the attempt to develop
immunity agencies, services and
jgrams along orderly and plan-
fcd lines, anticipating the growth
jjanges and needs of Greater Mi
ii in the future, and planning
work to meet these antici-
ted needs."
The initial meeting of the pres-
lt group took place last Monday
ironing when the history of the
ctivities of the committee were
eviewed by Mr. Myers and Mr.
Mass. M. J. Kopelowitz, chair-
lan of the census survey, re-
>rted that last year's census
tudy will be ready for publica-
ion in the very near future. Max
leisel outlined in detail the per-
Dnnel practices study, which was
parried on by staff members of
ie Federation's local agencies.
(e announced that the study
/ould be presented for ap-
proval at the next meeting of the
Pederation's executive committee.
In the process of study by the
>mmittee is the group work and
sisure time services and needs,
|nd the study of the needs of the
Iged for which a planning con-
ference is being organized for the
lmediate future.
Those receiving invitations to
eeome members of the division
iclude:
Jack Abbott, Leo Alton, Rabbi Sl-
lon April, Joe Arkln, Sam Blank,
Jeorge Chertkof, Charles Cohen. Mrs
|B. F. Danels, Florence Fhikelsteln.
Irving Frankel, Abe Cannes. Joseph
Jardner, Mrs. Ixiuls Olasser. Dr. L.
lllcksteln. Mrs. Ahe Ooodman, Rabbi
. Crauer, Maurice C.rossnian. Max
Itsberg, Morris Jacobs, C.us Jacob-
n. Mrs Ada Joseph, Leon Kaplan,
I M J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi I.eon Kronlsh.
E)r. A. Kushner, Sam I.achman, Rabbi
|lrvlng Lchrman, Max MelMl, Rabbi
IMo.ses Meschelnff. Anna Brenner Me) -
I Rabbi David Raab. Rabbi J. F. Rmk-
lovsky. Sam Rlvkind, Joseph M. Rose,
[Arab League Front
Appears Shaken
Continued from Page 4)
mediator Count Folke Bernadotte
lor with the Security Council
They added that they would re-
fuse to recognize any arrange-
ment made by Abdullah regard-
[i*w the future status of Palestine
[territory.
4. To reinforce this decision.
[ th Lebanese government has ap-
pointed Fawji el Kaukuji, com-
mander of the irregular "Arab
liberation Army." as commander-
in-chief of all Lebanese armed
forces and has incorporated the
[entire liberation force into its
army.
5. Kaukuji is now working
closely with the ex-Mufti of Jeru-
salem, bitter enemy of Abdullah.
According to information here,
plans are underfoot to proclaim
an independent Palestine Arab
government as soon as Abdullah
moves to accept some kind of ^ar-
rangement with Bernadotte *or
the Security Council.
It is understood that these plans
of the Kaukuii-Mufti combination
are being actively supported by
the Egyptians who are making an
all-out drive to occupy that part
Norman Rossman, Herbert
Mrs. Monte Sell*. Harold
RaWii Max Shapiro, Mrs
Sherry, Fred K. Shoohet,
Sllverman. VVm. D. Singer,
ton Slrkln, Judge Harold Spaet Al-
fred IB. Stone, Col. Elry Stone. Carl
Weinkle, Henry Wolff, Oeorge Wol-
pert, Zwitman, Rabbi C. A. Zwitman.
F. Seller,
Shapiro,
Benjamin
Lionel J.
Mrs. Mll-
LEGAL NOTICES
Obituaries
MRS. JOLAN KLEIN
Age 49. of 1394 N.W. 62nd St. died
here Sunday. July 11. A resident of
Miami for 13 years, Mrs. Klein (Same
here from New York. She Is survived
by a daughter, Mrs. Lenora Clark and
a brother, Eugene Klein, of Miami.
Services were held Monday at Gordon
Funeral Home, with Interment at Mt.
Nebr cemetery.
THEODORE KORENGOLD
C>f 826 N.W. 1st St.. age 59, passed
away Wednesday. July 14. in a local
hospital following a short Illness. The
remains were shipped to Minneapolis,
on Fur
Minn., by Cordon
jneral Home.
ISAAC KRITZER
Age 68, of 3340 S.W. 2r.th Terr.,
died suddenly, Saturday, July 1(1. He
is survived by his wife. Riverside
Memorial Chapel of Miami Is In charge
i)f shipping the remains to Cleve-
land, O.
HAROLD LETTMAN
Died on July 9, age 52. He Is sur-
vived by his wife. Adeline. Services
held at Riverside Memorial Chapel,
July 12. Interment at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TICK CIRCUIT COt'RT OF THE
11 III JUDICIAL ClltcriT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FliORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 118232.
PAULA SAVOC), Plaintiff, vs. IRA
SAVOD, Defendant.
TO: IRA SAVOD
206 West 92nd Street
New Vork. New York
Vou arc hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the BUI of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause
on or before August 12. 1948, other-
wise the P.lll of Complaint will be
taken .is confessed against you. Let
this ordpr be published once a week
for four successive weeks In The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dad.' County, Florida.
Dateil this 12th -lav of July, 1948.
K. 1! LEATHERMAN,
cierk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Mil ton- a. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
7 18 -23-30 8/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S K THERESA'S SNACK
HAH. at 2IX West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
THERESA A. WILLIAMS
HENRY DONAHPE
Equal Partners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
/16-23-30 S/fi-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Little Hake Shop at 2127 B. W. 22nd
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACOB L LIFSET
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
7/16-23-30 8/6-13
MRS. IDA K. WEISS
Of 70 N.W. 25th St.. age 64. died
in her home Monday, July 1U. She is
survived by her husband, Nathan;
two sons, Milton of Manville, N. J.,
and Samuel of Miami; a daughter,
Mrs. Charlotte Troop of Miami; a
sister, Mrs. Mary Levinson of Ar-
verne, L. I.. N. Y. Services held Mon-
lay, July 12, at Riverside Memorial
Chapel of Miami. Interment at Mt.
Sinai. Rabbi Murray (irauer officiated.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TICK CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
118183.
JOHN BELL, Plaintiff, vs. JANET
HELL. Defendant.
YOI.', JANET BELL, 249M: N. Queen
Street. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, are
notified to file your appearance in
the above cause for divorce on or be-
fore August 16, 1948, or a decree pro
ronfesso will be entered against you.
DATED: July 9, 1948.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
.Circuit court Seal) u c fkiof
Deputy Clerk.
Wasman. Silver & Sakowitz
Attorneys at Law
Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
7/16-23-3" 8'6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MOBLEYS MARKET at 407 Fast
Okeechobee Drive, Hlaleah, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARK S. BURNETT
SAMUEL LUTZ
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7-16-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme of
Silver Palm Apartment Hotel at 3700
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AL (ABRAHAM) COHEN
Sole Owner
El RY STONE
Attorney for Applicant
1009-1010 Congress Bldg.
7/16-23-30 8/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby c.iven that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 8. W. 44th
Court, Miami 34, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NORMAN L. OREENBERC.
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
7/16-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LERNERS MARKET at 2090 North-
west 75th Street, Miami. Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY LERNER
MARTIN BURD
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7/10-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCl'lT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
118170.
HENKY E. FKKRAKA. Plaintiff, vs.
LUCILLE FERRARA, Defendant.
I'D: Lucille Ferrara
4 Page Avenue
Yonkers. New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 10th day Of
August. 194X. otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 19th day of July. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEK1E
Deputy Clerk.
IAROI.D SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
7/16-23-30 8/6
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FUMUDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118258.
LENOKE PACKARD, Plaintiff,
PHILIP PACKARD. Defendant.
TO: MR. PHILIP PACKARD,
64.1 WEST END AVENUE,
NEW YORK. N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY required
file an Appearance or Plead in
above action for divorce on or before
August 12. 1948, otherwise a l>ecree
pro confesso will be entered against
you In accordance with the Statutes
of the State of Florida so made and
provided.
Date.l this 13 day of July. 1948.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V
vs.
to
the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
MODERN A'"TO RADIATOR SERV
ICE; MODERNIZED AUTO RADIA-
TOR SERVICE; MODERN RADIATOR
SERVICE, at 624 N.W. 5th Street,
Miami. Dade County. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID SUSNER
ROBERT OOREN
LOUIS SONA
Equal I'artners.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
7/9-16-23-30 8/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Meat and Food Market at 1155
N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Moridn.
HENRY KNEISSL
ALEXANDER COLD
Partners
Myers, Heiman and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicants
7/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
?i!i'f u",,,'r ,h<' 'I'-Utlous name of
JERRY'S Rx PHARMACY at 2237
S.W 22nd Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. J. IONEIJ5I
fu2!'/ULYm,& SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
6'25 7/2-9-16-23
NOTA'Bli?^ir^ENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
_,__ DISCHARGE
fo?-NTVY SRSS? COUItT- nADB
RE :>es-?.Jte^/fR,,,A-No- 18138-
BLANCHE
Deceased.
NOTICE is
B. ROSENDORF.
BURNETT BOTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
7/16-23-30 8/6
STOCK INC,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TICK
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 118231.
VINCENT JAMES CIRAFFA. Plain-
tiff, vs. ruth ciBAFFA. Defend-
TO: RUTH CIRAFFA
33-07 83rd Street
Jackson Heights.
Long Island, New ^or,k.
You are hereby notified
quired to appear to the 1
plaint filed In the above
on or before August 12. 1948. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will
taken as confessed against
this order be published
for four successive
and re-
of Com-
Styled cause
be
you. Let
once a week
weeks In The
Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper pub-
l|He..d In Dsde County fjorfda.
llted tnis^dayof^cly^,^
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Clreu,t*rByrtwfrV STOCK.NC.
Deputy Cl-rk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
118228.
ARTHUR ALLEN CLAY, Plaintiff,
vs. EVELYN JANE CLAY. De-
fendanl
TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY
2012 N. Lyndale Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that s suit for divorce has been in-
sUluted against you. and you are
hereby required to file therein your
appearance or answer on or before
August 9, 1948. otherwise the allega-
tions of said bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 12th day of July. 1918.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
tile undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o'
North West Cut Rate Liquor Store
at 1068 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
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
117957.
BETH M. OULP. Plaintiff, vs.
WALTER CULP. Defendant.
TO: MR. WALTER CULP
564 FOREST AVENUE.
BELLEVIEW
PITTSBURGH, PA.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
July 30, 1948, otherwise a decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 2.'. day of June. 1948.
E. II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff,
112 Congress Building,
Miami. Florida.
7/2-9-16-23
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Executors
JSUftJ of BLANCHE B.
,, ,hl w'ay f.Julv- I9. will apply
to the Honorable W. F BLANTON
bounty^ Judge of Dade Countv Flo?:
ml tor f&TO uT MU nn*> "Port
Of the F i. t'""c,hRr*n Executors
ine h.state of HI jvnui? n
ROSBNDORF. deceased. CHB R
This 22nd day of June, 1948
MILTON S*. BINSWANfJITR ,a
HOWARD S. R^NTORF*
r.J*nno B. Rosendorf.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Executors
6/2.". 7/2-9-16
Deceased.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,h H,-rVS HEREBY CIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
in&i n"* ?*& at BW <*>>" Ave;
Miami Reach. Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of
cult Court of Dade
the Clr-
Florlda.
County.
DAVID CLASER
Sole Owner
W elnsteln. Welnsteln and Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Florida
6*2r, 7'2-9-lfi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN 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 Countv. Florida
PRANCES J. TOWT
Sole Owner
6/18-2.". 7/2-9-16
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
VI! TON A. FRIEDMAN
of the Negev which Bern*dotte's Agffig^*fflBfjBf
plans would have ceded to ad- Mrami, Florida
dullah. .7/16-23-30 /
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miam|. Florida
7/16-23-30 8/6
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS!
This is to certify that, whereas,
Irving Mitel, Miami Beach, Ma.
Maxwell Hymnn, Miami Beach, Fla.
Morris O. Warner. Miami Beach,
Ma.
did t.n the :!<"h ,lav of November
a.d. 1946, cause to be Incorporated
under the provisions of Chapter 10096,
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, PETE'S
BAR & LIQUOR STORE, INC. a
corporation, with its principal place
of business at Miami. Dade County,
In the State of Florida, and whereas
the proper officers of such corpora-
tion did on the Bth day of July, A.D.
19IS. Cause to be filed In the office
of the Si cretary Of State of the State
of Florida, a duly authenticated reso-
lution adopted by the stockholders
under the provisions of said Chapter
100RA, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925,
Showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration, and the Secretary of state Is
satisfied that the requirements of
law have been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Creat Seal of
the State of Florida, at Talla-
hassee, the Canltal. this the eighth
day of July. A.D. 1948.
R. A. CRAY.
Secretary of State.
(SEAL)
M\RX M. FABER
Attorney at Law
7/16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'lT COCRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/1RIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. '118003.
QEOROE WASHINGTON ESKRID'IE
JR.. Plaintiff, vs. IDA ELIZABETH
ESKR1DOE, Defendant.
TO: IDA ELIZABETH ESKRIDCE
c/o Webster Ivlns
Harrington, Delaware
YOU. IDA ELIZABETH ESK-
RIDCE, are hereby notified to file
your appearance in the above cause
for divorce on or before the 30th day
of July, 1948, otherwise a decree pro
confesso will he entered against vou.
Dated: Juno 29, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By
MARION BROOKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
7/2-9-16-23
M. C. FUOE.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Flamingo Trailer Park at 29r,0 N.W.
3th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH SPITZFR
Role Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
7/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
S & 8 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 FABER
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Building
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Jumbo S. #idwlch Companv at 12 S W
17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
BEN KIRSCHNER
LILLIAN KIRSCHNER
6/18-25 7/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Bill No.
1176, Chapter No 20952, 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 fie publication of this notice, the
fictitious name. to-wit: pivr
O'CLOCK CLUB under which I am
engaged in business at 2002 Collins
Avenue. In the City of Miami Beach,
Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
SAM BARKEN.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Applicant
7/2-9-17-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute," House Bill No
1176, Chapter No. 20952, 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:
THE SLACK BAR under which we
expect to engage in business 't num-
ber 611 Lincoln Road. In the City of
Miami Beach. Florida.
That the parties Interested
business enterprise^ are aa
I'AVID MILLER
IRVIN SHAPIRO
EARL PERTNOY
A Co-Partnershlp
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
7 9-16-23-30
in said
follows:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Leon's Arrow FVench Cleaners &
fivers at 1390 S.W. Sth St.. Miami.
Florl la. Intend to register said name
with.the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LARRY L WHITE
IIA)NA WHITE,
Sole Owners.
OEOROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
607 Olympla Bldg.
7/2-9-16-23-30



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A L LIN G All Blood Donors!
Blood Bark of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
. and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
lated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank
Lires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood!
(Reprint from Miami Herald
Feb. 15, 1948)
Thousands of people through-
out the world are alive today as
the result of research at the Dade
County Blood Bank.
Experiments here have devel-
oped improved serums which
have reduced the time required
for blood tests from an hour to
two minutes and have increased
accuracy almost to perfection.
These serums, which the Blood
Bank is supplying to hospitals
throughout the world, have
brought international fame to
the institution and to Dr. John
Elliott, its director, who made
the studies.
Dr. Elliott is an outstanding
authority on blood and plasma.
In 1936, in Salisbury, N. C, he
began studies that resulted in a
successful method for producing
and storing plasma.
All methods now being used
through the country for trans-
fusions and the processing and
storage of liquid plasma were de-
veloped by him.
Only 700 transfusions were pro-
vided in the entire Miami area in
1940, the year, before the Blood
Bank was inaugurated. By 1946
the number reached 700 a month
and now is running at twice that
rate.
The Blood Bank is operated as
a public service. About 85 per
cent of its supply is replaced by
the recipient or his family, or is
drawn from banks built up by
grounds. The remaining 15 per
cent comes from volunteer
donors.
Blood Bank Checks "Type"
The Blood Bank oi Dade County is a permanent insti-
tution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important
institutions in the service which it renders to the community.
Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the
saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today,
but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute
for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range pro-
gram, appealing to every qualified donor in the community, has
been instituted. The success of the program depends upon
volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade
County is appeal to you to make this donation, so that the
Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program.
Blood Bank of Dade County
1750 N.W.lOth Avenue
Phone 9-1631
This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
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[Ocean Drive Miami Beach
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N.W. 10th St. Miami
C. A. O'NEIL
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pott Gardens Private School
Abbott Ave. Miami Beach |
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North Miami Ave. Miami
runite" Florida Service Inc.
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Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Causeway Carpet, Inc.
N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
^to Lock & Hardware Supply
N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
The Reef Bait & Tackle Shop
760 N.E. 79th St. Miami
ROYALTON HOTEL
131 S.E. 1st St. Miami
SMITH HAMILTON SHOP
232 S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami
SUPREME ENTERPRISES
1867 West Flagler St. Miami
SUE PREEM MAID
Women's Apparel
44 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami
Venetian Service Station
"Sinclair"
1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami
Walker Casket Company
535 N.W. 24th St. Miami
WALTERSON BODY WORKS
1135 N. Miami Ave. Miami
W. N. "BILL" WHEATLEY
Rock Sand
351 E. 41st St. Hialeah
ALTON BOAT COMPANY
210 Alton Road Miami Beach
BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
231 llth St. Miami Beach
BLACK CAT GROCERY
888 S.W. 57th Ave. Miami
CHARLES B. CLEVELAND
605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Curry House Apts.Hotel
253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami
FRIDEN CALCULATORS
2500 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Guaranty Title & Abstract Co.
50 W. Flagler Si. Miami
L. D. Haynes, Real Estate
5811 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami
KALER PRODUCE CO.
1200 N.W. 22nd St. Miami
Le Lian Krumm Beauty Salon
216 Seybold Bldg. Miami
MAX PAUL
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Al PfluegerTaxidermist
15400 N.E. 6th Ave. North Miami
R. H. ShaddickRealtor
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1654 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach
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FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1948 fJewisJh ffor ad fan PAGE SEVEN i %  THE BOOK OF BOOKS A Bible Quiz With Answers By Dr. Solomon Goldman What do you know about the Bible, its history, its people, and its influence on the world? Test your knowledge in this quiz by Rabbi Salomon Goldman, author of the new thirteen volume commentary "The Book of Books". The answers, from Dr. Goldman's monumental project in Biblical scholarship, are printed with special permission of the publishers, Harper & Brothers. Q. How do you account for the fact that some Biblical stories do not point up a moral; in fact, they are stories of sinfulness? A. The Jews dreamed and prophesied of the ideal society and even legislated for it, but never got down to build it. The Bible recorded the disparity between faith and conduct, the habitual frustrations and backslidings of the people, but it never hardened into cynicism or pessimism. If the Jewish people laid bare in its national literature its own evil doing with an openness and candor that no people was ever to emulate, it also demanded of the Judge of all the earth an accounting for chastising the innocent and making the guilty prosper. The Bible revealed the Jewish people as never deserting its God, nor ceasing to vex him; nor did the Bible ever reveal the Jewish people as despairing of its own ultimate regeneration or of the salvation of mankind. It was out of these aspostasies and wrestlings and aspirations that the Bible came into being. • Q. What famous American social historian, widely known as the first muckraker, claimed that the original muckrakers were the prophets of the Old Testament? A. Lincoln Steffens, in chapter 3 of his autobiography, said: "I was not the original muckraker. The prophets of the Old Testament were ahead of me." • • Q. What early American president wrote a book about the Bible in which he said, "It is an invaluable and inexhaustible mine of knowledge and virtue." A. This description of the Bible was written by John Quincy Adams, sixth president of the United States, in the book "The Bible and Its Teachings." It was published in 1811, a little more than a decade before he assumed the presidency. • • • Q. What is the oldest division of the Bible? A. It is generally agreed that the Torah was the first division to be canonized. Some scholars discovered the story of its canonization in Nehemiah, where it is related that, after assembling "the men and women and those who. could understand." Szra. mounting a raised wooden platform especially improvised for the purpose, read the law in their presence for several days, from daylight to midday. Others believed to have found it in the Deutreonomic law, enjoining the reading of the Torah once every seven years. Still others, taking cognizance of the numerous references to Torah in the Torah itself, are convinced that its canonization preceded the Babylonian exile by centuries. But, whenever it happened, this much is certain: that as far back as we can trace the history of the Pentateuch, it appears as an aggregate, of one piece, as it were. The Torah is comprised of the five books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. • Q. What did the Puritans think of the Bible and its veracity? A. Whosoever doubted that any book of the Bible was the infallible word of God was guilty of blasphemy according to the "Body of Liberties" adopted in 1641. Those guilty of such blasphemy were to be whipped forty lashes and fined fifty pounds for first offenders; for second offense the guilty person was to be put to death or banished. • Q. What is the highest known price ever offered for a Hebrew Bible? A. In 1512 the Jews of Venice offered half a million francs, approximately $100,000, for a Hebrew Bible in the possession of the Vatican. This price was arrived at because the Jews of Venice proposed to Pope Julius II to pay its weight in gold for the Bible. This Bible was so heavy that it required two men to carry it, weighing 325 pounds. Though hard pressed for money in order to maintain the "Holy League" against King Louis XII of France, Pope Julius II declined to part with the Hebrew Bible. • • Q. What American president said that the Bible "is the best gift God has given to man?" A. This statement was made at the White House, less than a year before his assassination, by President Abraham Lincoln in his remarks to a committee of colored people who had come to see him. • • • Q. What great American 19th century editor called the Bible "the groundwork of human freedom?" A. This statement was made by Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune. He said: "It is impossible to mentally or socially enslave a Bible-reading people. The principles of the Bible are the groundwork of human freedom." Q. What comprises the Hebrew Bible? A. The Hebrew Bible, or Hebrew Canon, is comprised of 39 books that were officially accepted by the Jews as Holy Books. The Hebrew Canon is divided into three major groupings, the Torah or the Law, the Naviim or the Prophets, and the Ketuvim or the Writings. There are 5 books of the Torah; 21 books of the Prophets, and 13 books of the Writings. • • Q. What is the reason behind the Biblical injunction against plastic arts? A. It is not, as has been said, that Jews did not possess an art sense no less keen or refined than that of any cultivated people. Now, then, shall we explain the Second Commandment and the horror that the foremost representatives of the Jewish people, throughout many centuries, experienced in the presence of plastic arts. The Jewish genius rebelled against art, as it was generally conceived and practiced, because of its identification with religion and the deleterious effect on morals that ensued from the apposition. Art was nowhere to be found existing for its own sake, as distinct from religion. The myths overcast the aesthetic significance of the most exquisite forms. And all art was far more an act of faith, a prayer, than an expression of beauty, even as the Athenian Acropolis was a sanctuary and not a museum, and the great Phidian statue that once stood there was a patron Goddess and not a sculptural ornament. It is evident that in Greece, as elsewhere, and in classical times as in other ages, art existed solely for religion. In the opinion of the Jew, this intimate relationship l between the two was responsible for the worst evils of paganism. • Q. On what were the original books of the Bible written? A. The original books of the Bible were written variously on stone, clay, wood, leather or skin, and papyrus. Parchment was a comparatively later development. The implement of writing for stone, clay or wood was the stylus and for the others, the reed; ink was obtained most probably from the juice of the cuttlefish. A book took the form of either a table or tablet or a roll or scroll (megillah). Q. To what does the Bible owe its unique place in the world's literary history? A. Only the utmost nobility of theme could have created so powerful a sequence of universal metaphors. It is to its theme that the Bible owes its unique place in the world's literature. Its authors were not poets of dalliance, weaving out of the scenic beauty of the country and the strong language of their people charm1 ing and gracious patterns. They were not concerned with tropes and rhetoric. They spoke under compulsion and poured themselves out with the unevenness and impetuosity of a torrent. They had a cause and they pursued it, or were driven by it, relentlessly, breathlesslv. The Bible is a by-product of the ultimate purpose and of the theme it deM'lops; it is, thanks to the theme, that the Hebrew Bible, even in ".anslation, fans the imagination into a flame and remolds to its spirit languages unborn at the time of its writing. • • Q. What American play, which was a great success in the commercial theater, was written by the author "as a consideration of man's search for the divine in himself?" A. The play, probably the most successful of the many plays derived from the Bible story. was "Green Pastures," written by Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington An. at 13th 8t Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Ap parel and Accessory Storr 70 E. 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iie\wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY kLUME 21—NUMBER 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS raeli Forces are Gaining; ssembly Asked to Intervene The UN security council was in session yesterday at Lake SucN. Y„ to take up a United States proposal for a new Palestine • fire within three days. Israeli troops Thursday encircled Nazareth from three sides struck heavy blows at Arab armies in the Jerusalem area. rish sources in Haifa said Israeli units now were within striking tee of Nasareth, main northern Palestine base of Fawsl Pasha Kaukji's irregular Arab volunteer army. TEL AVIV. (JTA>—The Arab town of Ramleh this week suriered to Israeli forces which fought their way into its streets. terms of the capitulation were being drawn up after the of the first major Israeli offensive since the truce. In the sister town of Lydda, five miles to the northeast. ft fighting was still in prodespite earlier reports that I fallen. It was reported that Ida's mayor was assassinated [Arabs while he was en route |the Jewish lines to sign surler terms. Military observers believe that several thousand Legion and other troops surided and cut off in the LyddaUeh pocket will surrender lout a major battle. ;anwhile, the Israeli forces ling out north of the Lyddaleh area are threatening Ras Sin, Arab-held village which Jtrols the water supply to JewJerusalem. In their drive the rs also captured a quarry some miles from Petach Tikvah which the Arabs have been ling the outskirts of Petach rah. The Israeli air force lbed Ras el Ein, and a town landing the road between iarm and Jenin, anchor points Iraqi-held "triangle" in Iral Palestine. The Jews also tured Beit Naballah, Arab Lebase north of Ramleh. reliable but unconfirmed restated that Israeli forces also begun a push on Jenin the north. This is the first cation that the Jews have red their pressure on the anpoint which they entered before the truce and then lated to take up positions in Tills surrounding it. official communique issued spoke of heavy fighting on Syrian border, in the vicinity lishmar Hayarden. A fierce iw battle has been in profor several days in this sec^with both sides claiming to inflicted heavy casualties on bther. The Jews said that they captured a large number of piers at Mishmar Hayarden had seized a considerable ^tity of war supplies. U.S. Delegation Asks For Firm Action LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The United States delegations Tuesday submitted to the U.N. Security Council a resolution calling on that body to determine that the war in Palestine "constitutes a threat to the peace" within the meaning of the U.N. Charter and to order a new cease-fire. The introduction of the resolution, the third since the Council began considering the problem of Palestine, followed an oral report by U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte, who urged the Council to act firmly and quickly to halt the war. In language far stronger than any previously used by the U.S. delegation, the resolution orders both sides to stop the fighting and sets a deadline for compliance no later than three days after its adoption by the Council. The cease-fire is to be of indefinite duration "until a peaceful adjustment of the future situation of Palestine is reached." The resolution provides that "failure by any of the governments or authorities concerned to comply would demonstrate the existence of a breach of the peace requiring immediate consideration by the Security Council "with a view to such further action under Chapter VII of the Charter." (Chapter VII authorizes diplomatic, economic and military sanctions if necessary upon aggressor states.) The resolution seeks, however, to reinstate the original truce resolution of May 29, which limited immigration of men of military age into Palestine and banned all shipments of arms and war materials into Israel. It also orders an unconditional cease-fire in Jerusalem within 24 hours and charges the mediator with responsibility for carrying out the city's complete demilitarization. The Israeli delegation issued a statement taking issue with the Arab air raid on Tel Avivi s ect j on of the us reso lution place with no casualties re-1 which would freeze the immigrad, but one person was killed jtion of men and women of miliseven wounded in previous' tarv age and .would reinstate the [attacks. Two hundred and j world-wide arms embargo of the Jewish political prisoners. May 21 cease-fire accord. "The by the British for several May 21 truce which was volunin Eritrea and later in Kentarily accepted for four weeks is tention camps, arrived here.! dead," the statement said. who were physically fit liately joined the Army. M" Arab towns on the high[between Majdal and Latrun, Earlier, the provisional government of Israel today summoned the Security Council to label Arab aggression a breach of world (rtant bases respectively of (pea ce and to order an immediate Egyptian invasion force and |\rab Legion, were captured Bws driving southward from tamleh area. Control by the of a section of this highway (prevent a juncture of the Arab armies, which have [aiming at cutting off south*alestine from the rest of Juntry. end to the Palestine war. Until that happened, Israeli representative Eban said, in an address before the Council, the Jewish state could not listen to Arab proposals for a peace settlement. He urged the Council to forget about new attempts at conciliacontinued on Page 9) Arab Leaders Reject Extention Of Truce TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Arabs resumed their war against the state of Israel even before the expiration of the four-week U.N. truce which failed to bring about a settlement of the Palestine despute. Efforts by U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte to extend the truce for a month failed after the Jews accepted the prolongation but the Arabs rejected it. The Israel government announced that Egyptian forces "opened an offensive" against the Beer Tuviah settlement, situated some 20 miles south of Tel Aviv, several hours before the truce expired. The Egyptians were using planes, artillery and armored cars according to the official Israeli communique. Northern Tel Aviv was attacked by an enemy plane which dropped several bombs on Friday, five hours after the truce agreement expired. Earlier, several air raid alerts sounded in the Israeli capital, but there were no immediate signs of Arab planes. Arabs opened a mortar attack on Jerusalem's Jewish residential district of Rehavia hours before the expiration of the truce. Twenty shells fell in the center of Rehavia and a number of Jews were reported injured. Shortly before the attack Bernard Joseph, chairman of the Jewish Emergency Committee, announced that a sufficient quantity of food and fuel is available for distribution to the city's 100,000 Jews should hostilities resume, but added that the water supply situation is not promising. (The Arab League announced in Cairo that it has ordered Arab forces in Jerusalem to observe the cease-fire only in the Old City which is populated now almost entirely by Arabs.) Israel troops stormed and captured the King David Hotel following the evacuation of the building by U.N. personnel. The building has served as U.N. headquarters in Jerusalem. NEWS FLASHES Democrats OK Civil Rights Program The Democratic convention commended President Truman for his civil rights program and called on Congress to back him up in guaranteeing racial and religious minorities these rights: Full and equal political participation, equal opportunity of employment, security of person, and equal treatment in the service and defense of the nation. The convention refused to insert a "states' rights'* plank. The Democrats pledged full recognition and aid and favored lifting arms embargo to give Israel "right of self-defense." They pledged support, within United Nations framework, for internationalization of Jerusalem. The Republicans at their convention pledged full recognition of Israel and United States aid within "letter and spirit" of United Nations charter. Asks Lifting of Embargo WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Eliahu Epstein, special Israeli representative to Washington, this week urged the United States to lift the embargo against Israel and to give material assistance to Israel by loans for reconstruction and resettlement of immigrants. Rumanian Gov't Returns Property BUCHAREST, (JTA)—The Rumanian government this weekend issued a decree turning over to the Federation of Jewish Communities heirless property of Jews who were killed during the wartime pro-Nazi regimes. The proceeds of the property will be used by the Federation for the relief of needy Jews. Precautions Taken to Stop Plane WASHINGTON, (JTA)—A State Department spokesman said' this week that all precautions are being taken to apprehend a: mysterious B-17 suspected of being en route from this country to. participate in the Palestine war. The plane, heavily-laden with. 3,500 gallons of high-octane gas, took off from the Westchester (N Y.)> County Airport without the pilot's filing a flight plan, which is required of all aircraft flying to overseas destinations. Late reports said the plane was forced to land at the Halifax, Nova Scotia, airport due to bad weather and to minor engine trouble. David Remez Confers in Prague PRAGUE, (JTA)—David Remez, Israeli Communications Minister, arrived here this week. He is already engaged in important negotiations with various Czech officials, particularly with the Minister of Transport. Remez came here from Switzerland where he conferred with officials of the International Postal Union on matters concerning Israel's postal set-up. He told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent here that his negotiations in this country are concerned chiefly with questions of Czech-Israel air service and are being conducted "in an atmosphere of mutual understanding" and are proving "very satisfactory." 400 Rulgarian Jews Leave For Israel SOFIA, (JTA)—A group of 400 Bulgarian Jews left here this week en route to Israel. The members of this group were the first to leave this country with formal entry visas from the Jewish state in their possession. Zionist Executive Asks U. S. Aid PITTSBURGH, (JTA) — Plans for the expansion of the Zionist program in the United States and for securing American aid for the state of Israel were mapped out here this week by the newlyelected administration of the Zionist Organization of America, following the conclusion of the 51st annual convention of the ZOA. Plans for the formation of a $25,000,000 investment corporation to aid the state of Israel were discussed by the national executive committee. The committee also reviewed plans for developing a program of expanded Zionist education in the United States. The project calls for the intensification of Z.O.A. efforts in the fields of Hebrew, art, literature, music and other cultural, as well as" religious, media. Dr. Robert Gordis will direct this program. The names of the winners of five Z.O.A. $1,500 fellowships, providing for study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and other institutions, were also announced. 150 IIiimani.aii Jews Unable to Leave BUCHAREST, (JTA)—A group of 150 Rumanian Jews holding Palestine immigration certificates granted them by the British government before the establishment of the Jewish state are unable• to proceed to Israel because of lack of transportation. The Rumanian, liner "Transylvania" has suspended all calls to Palestinian ports, until the Egyptian and Syrian governments officially cancel their.blockade of Palestine's costal waters. Nazi War Criminal to Die WARSAW, (JTA)—Joseph Buchler, former chief administrative officer of the Nazi occupation government in Poland, was sentenced this week to death by the Supreme National Tribunal here for the murder of millions of Jews and Poles. Buehler, one of the most important Nazi war criminals apprehended and tried by the Polish government, was accused of responsibility for the planning and execution of an annihilation program under which 2,500,000 Jews were murdered. He was also found guilty of responsibility in the deportation of some 2,000,000 Poles and Jews. Irgunists Abduct Four Rritons JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Irgun Zvai Leumi forces this week abducted four British employees of a local electrical supply company on charges of "intelligence with the enemy." The Irgun said that the Britons communicated with British officers of the Arab Legion through secret routes leading into the Old City during the siege of the ancient quarter. The four men are "being held for interrogation," an Irgun announcement said. Simultaneously, the Stern Group announced that its military court had tried and executed a young Jewess named Rosa Baiser on charges of being "a British intelligence spy." Court Issues Writ in Rergson Case TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Acting on a plea for a writ of habeas: corpus, the Tel Aviv district court issued an order calling on Minister of Defense David Ben Gurion and other authorities of Israel to show cause why they should not release Peter Bergson, chairman of the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, and Jacob Maridor deputy commander of the Irgun Zvai Leumi. Both men were arrested in connection with the attempted Irgun landing of a cargo of arms from the Vladimir Jabotinsky recently, and the authorities announced they were to be tried on charges of using arms against the Israeli Army and of inciting to desertion.



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Weizmann Institute demineralizing 2000 gallons of water a day The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth, Palestine, has had erected on its grounds a pilot plant for demineralizing water to make it fit for human consumption. This is the first step in a campaign to create an adequate water supply for household use and irrigation in those sections of Palestine, which at present transport their water to the spot via pipelines and lank trucks. Construction on the plant was carried out by Morris Carron (shown above with solar still) under the direction of Dr. Walter Juda of Harvard University. The plant, as now designed, is demineralizing water containing POSITION WANTED Veteran and college graduate New England Resident Saw Florida onceWants to return permanently. Hotel or resort I work preferred, but a good offer in another line will not be refused. Experience includes advertising and insurance. Reply Mr. R. K. P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18 la the fi£srf One of Palestine's greatest problems, the procurement of water suitable for di inking and irrigation purposes, is now in the process of solution, according to an announcement by the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth, Palestine, whose headquarters are at 16 East 66th St.. N. Y. C. Despite the present unsettled conditions of the country, scientists of the institute continue to devote themselves to the long-range problems of Palestine of which the water problem is a vital part. A pilot plant has been erected in the grounds of the Weizmann Institute for the purpose of desalting brackish waters, thus rendering them suitable for drinking and household use. The solution of the water problem in Palestine is of the greatest importance for the effective colonization of the country and will open up new prospects of development in many parts of Palestine, including the Negev. which have quantities of sub-soil saline groundwater. Moreover, the establishment of water-demineraliz.ation units in already existing colonies will render them practically selfsufficient with regard to drink ing water, dispensing with the pipeline and truck forms of transporting water, which are nowvulnerable to attack. The present pilot plant work is part of a programme for the investigation of possibilities to utilize Palestine's existing water resources to the fullest extent for colonization and industrial purposes. The process is based on a discovery made public in 1935 by two British scientists, B. A Adams and E. L. Holmes, who developed the use of synthetic resinous materials, known as ionexchange materials, for the desalting of water. Instead of expensive distillation methods used hitherto, the new process simply involves the percolation of saline waters through successive beds of p ous ion-exchange materials in granular form. In sul years improved materials 1 vi loped ;,nd the method is now used to purify waters in ill try, primarily boiler feed wal However, the method as utilized in industry at present, is fai too expensive to be considi 1 practicable for such large scale use as irregation. Dr W • :Juda. lecturer in chemistry Harvard University, and 1 to the late Professor Grinnell 'Jones of Harvard, first thought of simplifying this form for pr I cal application to the special needs of Palestine. In 1945. through the generosity and initiative of Harry Le\ treasurer of the American ( mittee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, a non-profit ganization, known as the Palestine Research Associate, was formed at Cambridge, Mass which made donations to Han University to enable it to undertake experimental research in the laboratories on the problem of desalting water. This was cai on by Morris Carron, under the direction of Professor Jones and Dr, Juda for over a year and a Salf and sufficiently encourai results were obtained to lead to the erection of the pilot plant in the institute grounds at Rehovoth under the direction of Dr. Juda and Mr. Carron. The plant, as now designed is demineralizing water containlion of 400-500 parts, considered excellent for drinking purposes The ground-water of the Negev in many areas has a salinity of V," same P r P r, 'on, namelv 1000-2000 p.p.m.. which while not absolutely undrinkable is very unpalatable and therefore comes well wtthin the scone of the plants performance. The pilot plant is designed to treat approximately 2000 gallons of water per day. H In conjunction with the ionexchange dcmineralkation plant, Louis F. 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)AY, JULY 16. 1948 Jew 1st fhridUar? PAGE THREI I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Arabs In History e Arabs have been over-. der the heel of the Seljuk Turks ..orized. We get a false imand later of the Ottoman Turks. ls ion of Arabian life and charThese Mongols, the Mohammedan in religion, had as much RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Service. Friday evening at 8:16 p.m. Rabbi Raab will apeak cm "What The Rabbi I'an Do For You!" A reception will follow the services. Temple Israel 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. relationship With the Arabs a. aj J "£ Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. K Sabbath eve services at 8:18 p.m. Christian-Jap has with a French-. Dr. Kaplan will conduct services. man. The Arabs of Palestine were Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Anstepped on and pushed around by draws Ave., Fort Lauderdale. the Turks until 1918, when General Allenby freed Jerusalem. Listening to the Arabs howl about the Israel state, one would think they had been lords and masters of Palestine. These benighted Fellaheen say they have lived with their harems of veiled from the romantic tales out by Sheherazade in the Busand and One Nights. We eet that these stories were the Hit fiction of Asia long bethe Bedouins let up on robcaravans in Arabia for the fger game of looting kingdoms long over ripe and ready for Bcking. fhe traveler in Spain is limed by the beauty of the hambra. He is amazed at the gtness of the great Mosque in .rdova. Yet he does not queswomen in the land of Israel for ,n -why similar monuments of WOO years. So did their horned t glory are not found in the cattle Nor was the Arab nomad ibic lands of the East. He more Productive to their sacred •rlooks the fact thai the Arabs soil than their g ats or donkeys. 'mselves had little to do with Mark Twain ***** Palestine in e marvels. The Arab pro1 1 87 sets dow hls impressions iced nothing. The astonishing in his book "Innocents Abroad. "For days, he records, We rode through leagues of blighted, blasted, sandy, rocky, sunburned, ugly, dreary, infamous country. Finally we reached a stream, and on its banks a great herd of cuiious looking Syrian goats and sheep were eating gravel. At least, I suppose they were eating gravel, because there did not appear to be anything else for them to cat." To such a condition the Arabs reduced the once celebrated land of milk and honey. In 25 years, the Jews transformed this desert into a garden. Now, the entire Moslem world has set up a howl for this land of Israel. It is their holy land, they claim, because Mohammed tied his sacred horse, El Burak, near the Wailing Wall before making his nose dive into Heaven. Friday evening services Speaker to be announced. at 8:00. ORTHODOX liant civilization of Bagdad or Dorish Spain was created by the topic who inherited the great Btures of Greece, Rome, Judea, Brsia, Egypt. for about 10.000 years, semiptoarians lived in the Arabian Their sole contribution to Dgress was domesticating the km el. Their business was robpry. Rude, unlettered Nomands the wilderness, they despised |e high civilizations of Egypt nd Mesopotamia, which they |>uld not comprehend. Then a range thing happened. These edouins were set on fire by lohammcd an illiterate genius of he desert. He presented his felkw tribesmen with his book, the foran. and sent them fighting. onverting and plundering until a short time they conquered ic-half of the known world. About five years after the eath of Mohammed. Caliph Amir kptured Alexandria, which was he New York of the ancient [rid. On being told of a large jilding with a 100.000 tripts in it. the ignorant Arab eclared, "If these books contain jvything of value, then it is in he Koran. If it is not in the Coran, then they are superluous. Burn them up!" And thus or six months the philosophy. he science, the priceless wisdom antiquity fed the furnaces to at the public baths. he Arabs in Palestine In the year ..37, Caliph Omar Bok Jerusalem away from the Jlers of Constantinople. It was |n big deal, for the Byzantines become fat, corrupt and ancid. For about two centuries he successors of Mohammed ruled Holy Land. Their illtreatkent of pious Christians brought _on their heads the Crusaders Fho vowed to wrest the Holy epulcher from the infidels. For vo hundred years. Palestine as, off and on. a Christian state. overned by European kings. Liter the Christians were disIdged, the Holy Land c ame un IJONELY? I r not meet someone who Iwants to meet you? Enjoy life with a congenial companion Jthru our organization; one ol [the oldest and largest of it: %  kind. Make appointment today. Learn our new plan CLARA LANE iFriendship Center. Inc. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flegler St. Phon* M-Wta Open daily 10-8 P.M. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services. 6:45 p.m.; Saturday morning services at X:80 a.m. Thrabbi will speak n "Disharmony Saturday evening at T>:3I) Rabbi Kackovsky will speak on ••Spiritual and Material Sustenance." Mlncha at 6:30 p.m followed by ShalOS Si-udus. Maarlv at 7:30 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish Laws and Customs. Morning services daily at 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in Mishnah. Neumann Cables Pledges To Israel NEW YORK.—Dr. Emanuel Neumann, re-elected president of the Zionist Organization of America, addressed renowned pledges of support on behalf of Zionists of America to the leaders of the Jewish state of Israel in cables sent yesterday to Dr. Chaim Weizmann, provisional president: David Ben Gurion, prime minister and Moshe Shertok, foreign minister of the provisional government of Israel. In keeping with the resolution unanimously'adopted by the 51st annual convention of the ZOA. which has just concluded its sessions in Pittsburgh, and in his own personal behalf, the ZOA president, in his cable to Weizmann extending warm greetings and an expression of respect and high esteem, said: "God grant you many years of health and strength to guide the republic of Israel to peace, security and successful realization of our fondest hopes." In his cable to Prime Minister Ben Gurion. Dr. Neumann pledged "our continued unstinted support in the great struggle you are having to ensure security ard stability of the republic of Israel." In his cable to Moshe Shertok. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 6:45; Saturday morning at 9 a:m: Daily services at 7:30 a.m. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; ^2£Z£T.I 6,5 pm. the ZOA president said in part Sabbath morning services at 8:30 >^ e shall continue to follow With £&"&£ fiSUSSSffVK SSS deepest interest and admiration on the Portion of the Week. Summer your ski jiif u l efforts to pilot the sessions of the Religious School will t p o] thrnuph the be held during the months of July lepubhc of Israel througn me and August from lft;oo a.m. t i:oo DO iitioal storms and shoals to sale ftSlW? -TOlce. W'J&Z anchorage. More strength to you." at 8 p.m.. 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. _—_ Miami Jewish Orthodox ConVisitors Asked To Forum gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Fridav evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Mlncha at fi:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Scudos. J.W.V. To Hear Stone, IS i vk i n d At Symposium J.W.V* State Commander Maurice Klein announced that a special meeting of all Jewish War Veterans in the area will be held on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Home. Miami Beach. Morris Stone, former vice commander of the Western Region, will discuss the aims and objects of the organization, followed by Sam Rivkind who will speak on the methods by which these may be carried out for the betterment of the Jewish War Veterans and the community. Brief addresses will be made fcy Dr. Klein, who is also vice mayor of Miami Beach; Burnett Roth and Abe Goldman, former j department commanders; and i Harry Adams, vice commander of I the Southern Region. This is the first of a series of symposia i which will be called by the or' ganization. Dr. Klein stressed the importance of these meetings to every Jewish veteran in the area and emphasized the necessity for a community-wide turn-out. Junior Hadassah Sponsors Danee Greeting the guests tomorrow maniim 6 nt at the Rt> ert Richter Hotel at the dance given by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, will be Barbara Pulver, hospitality chairman, assisted by her committee. Featured on the program will be Rita Rosenberg presenting celebrity imitations. A rumba contest will be held, with music for dancing furnished by Ed Swanko's band. Proceeds of the affair will be sent to Palestine. Assisting in arrangements are Miriam Sheinberg, Anita Goldman, Thelma Cohn, Cfaickie Cohen and Rosalynn Barkowitz. Helen Bogan, fund raising chairman, announces that during the summer the seven-month old unit, now comprising 49 members, will concentrate on securing contributions for their Palestinian projects. This will be followed in the fall by a membership and education drive. Members of the Coral Gables Zionist District are asked to invite persons interested in the state of Israel to join in the meeting which will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lclchuk. 1414 lAlhambra Circle. Reports from Softball Game Takes Top Billing At Picnic A softball gnrno between memibers of the Miami Beach Lodge B'rai B'rith will highlight the day's activities when the organnation holds its second annual basket picnic at Greynolds Park Rock Shelter on Sunday. July ,25. Special games for adults and children have been planned with prizes for the winners. The affair, scheduled to begin at 10:30, is being organized by a commit1 tee headed by Samuel W. Shapiro. Arrangements for transportation may be made by calling Mr. Shapiro at 2-4181. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max;—'-•— nationa ZQA confer Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Pittsburgh will be disservices Friday evening at 6:4.. p.m. | ence ui Sabbath services at 8:30 n.m. Regiscussed, tratlon for summer Hebrew school 9:30 a.m. Monday. Class daily. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to II noon. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. 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>AY, JULY 16. 1948 +Je*isli fkridHknn PAGE FIVE lerican Colonel Scores Irgun Acts; [presses Adminiration For Workers IEW YORK (Special)—A high iking American army reserve who served under Genicer i! Bradley during the last war, who recently returned from fisit to Palestine to obtain first nd information about how conations to U.J.A. are being in the reception and rehabil>n of Jewish displaced peris, and in Israel's defense arlgements, lashed out this week lainst "acts of murder and eason" perpetrated by the Irgun pai Leumi and the Stern gang. |ln an interview, Colonel Harry Henshcl. vice president of the ilova Watch Company and a adcr in the United Jewish ApI, told of his visits to the fight? fronts inside Jerusalem durkg the critical days when all ? roads to the Holy City were ,-ered by Arab troops. He and pother American reserve officer, Lionel Melvin Krulewitch, U.S. larine Corps had been "smugled" through the Arab lines torn the Dead Sea by a Haganah fficer while Jerusalem was un|er siege. "There were several distinct icidents I came across which exploded the myth of IrgUn leader lip in the battle of Jewish inEepcndence," Col. Henshel stated. ^Throughout the last war I was logistics officer in charge of air nvements under General Bradey; and for a time assigned to Jie U.S. Administrative Staff, 21 Umy Group British, while GenBradley was under General dontgomery in the preparations D-Day and for the first two nonths of the operations in France. I know the vital importance of supply. So I was able to Appreciate the danger to Israel |n its critical battle of Jerusalem irhcn every bullet in the Haganah arsenal counted, when no Supplies;—food or ammunition had come into Jerusalem in six weeks. \x\ spite of this, the Irgun and stern gangs raided these short pnmbat supplies, and went off on shooting fray of their own against the inoffensive Arab vilage of Dir Yassin which had no llitary value or purpose: inead it opened up a new fighting front behind the tired boys and girls of Haganah who fought five Jays and nights to capture Mt. tastel in order to open the road om Tel Aviv to bring in supplies to starving Jerusalem. This i-as at a time when every bullet and every weapon had to be |hoarded. Yet the Irgun-Stern gangsters gave thought only to false glory, at the expense of Jerusalem's security." Continuing, the iron grey|haired six footer whose appear-ice belies the "inactive" status on his army papers, spoke of the personal loss he felt when Dr. [aim Yassky, head of the Hataasah Hospital, was killed in an Irab attack on a hospital ambulance convoy. "This death," Raid Col. Henshal, "was in my opinion directly due to the IrgunStern attack on Dir Yassin." The prelude to Dr. Yassky's lurder was the Irgun-Stern attack on the Arab village of Dir 'assin, a peaceful community A-bich the Haganah commander vas particularly anxious not to Minn, as it was behind his lin<" the vital fight for Mt. Kastel as well as the site of a proposed badly needed air strip. Some two \j"dred Arabs, including worn?" nd children were massacvr': and 28 dissident Stem-Ireunists unexpectedly severely wounded, and -rr e killed. Dr. Yasskv took barge of the wounded, setting up '••mporary medical station in Jerusalem using facilities and personnel needed for Haganah's ivounded. But the surgical facili"es required for these casualties [•ft a mile or so away at the ladassah Hospital on Mount Scopus. After negotiations with the British, Dr. Yassky succeeded in getting a promise of safe conduct through the Arab quarter of Shiekh Jarrah. But the promise was not kept presumably because tbe Arabs learned who the "qsualties really were. The doc tor, many other medical personnel, and most of tfee Irgunists were slaughtered before Haganah arrived on the scene to fight the Arabs off. While in Jerusalem for five days during the siege, Colonels Henshel and Krulewitch visited frequently with David Shaltiel, now publicly revealed as a Brigadier General in the Israeli Army, and with Shaltiel's competent staff of officers. Like Colonel Marcus, a close friend of both Colonels, they reported to top American Army, Air Force and Marine officers of the situation in Israel, which is a routine requirement for all reserve officers in the armed services when visiting outside the U.S. At Mt. Kastel, Colonel Henshel said "a real military victory was won." Only the disciplined Haganah, and never the handful of Irgun-Sternists were capable or such a feat. "These dissidents are guilty of murder and treason," he added. "They have a false glamour and many do not realize the genuine harm they do. Their misled supporters in this country actually are condoning murder and treason. Would the United States, during a war, have allowed a political group like the isolationists to have taken over the Marines as a fighting unit and have done as they pleased in dependently of the regular government forces? Th Irgun is doing just that and no country can permit the existence of two separate armed forces." Colonel Henshel went on to say that "at a press conference in Jerusalem, following the massacre of the Arab village, I was shocked to learn that some respectable business men were in the Irgun crowd and they seemed to show no shame. The recent attempted landing of an Irgun ship of munitions in defiance of the government of Israel's obligations under the truce was outright treason. I am glad that the government, under David Ben Gurion, acted as it did. It seems a pity that these badly needed supplies on this ship could not have been held somewhere pending the termination of the truce instead of defying world opinion by flagrantly breaking the truce terms. I met Ben Gurion three times during my stay, and many independent leaders including Dr. Judah Magnes, Judge Gad Frumkin and the top Revisionists. I was tremendously impressed by Ben Gurion's devotion, capacity and leadership." Turning to other phases of Israel that he saw at first hand. Colonel Henshel experssed the highest admiration for the type of Jewish workers he encountered. "The Histadrut made a most favorable impression. They have vision and create opportunities for the new comers. I believe that when the present troubles are over, the friendly relations established btween Histadrut and the Arab people will be resumed. There should be no difficulties between the two. Therefore, I am optimistic about the future." Colonel Henshel added that "the Jews have set a great example in human history. Take Beth Haarava—the House in the Desert on the Dead Sea—which has been evacuated for security reasons. This settlement is a pearl in the desert, just as Israel is a gem in the Middle East which will be appreciated more and more as time goes on." Major Dafni Appointed Defense Minister to U.S. NEW YORK, (JTA)—Major Reuven Dafni of the Defense Army of Israel, who is now in the United States, has been appointed representative of the Defense Ministry of the state of Israel in the Israeli Office of Information in New York. The appointment of Major Dafni was made by David Ben Gurion. \>M) WQ-N V T WO. 'jromtptn s Sfciyov i-in Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 OFFICERS WILEY R. REYNOLDS Honorary Chairman PAUL R. SCOTT Chairman GEORGE E. WHITTEN Vice Chairman CLEMENT B. CHINN President COMER J. KIMBALL Executive Vice President Vice Presidents J. G. LEYBOURNE HARRY G. RETALICK CHARLES E. KLUGH R. M. McDANALD R. M. DOYLE, JR. C. C. NIELSEN WILLIAM C. HILL H. FRANK NORTHROP OLIN G. SYMONS WINTON M. WRIGHT O. E. ROUSH Vice President and Cashier Trust Department LEE C. ROBINSON Vice President and Trust Officer DAVID B. ALTER, JR. Vice President and Trust Officer R. D. ROOABAUGH Vice President and Trust Officer HORACE K. HAYS Trust Representative DIRECTORS G. T. BAKER CHARLES F. BALDWIN HARRY HOOD BASSETT PRESTON B. BIRD CHARLES G. BRAND JOHN M. CARLISLE CLEMENT B. CHINN JAMES G. GARNER WILLIAM C. HILL R. C. HOU6ER COMER J. KIMBALL CHARLES D. LEFFLER J. G. LEYBOURNE RAYMOND M. MILLER WILLIAM P. MOOTY BYRON t. RAMSING WILEY R. REYNOLDS i WILEY R. REYNOLDS, JR. RAUL R. SCOTT OEORGE E. WHITTEN The Banking Center of Miami Since 1902 TMrsfNalionalBank of Miami Two Entrances for Tour Convenience 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET and 21 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call, June 30, 1948 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks $ 28,906,722.98 U. S. 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pULY 16, 1948 *.Jenifkr£rttor PAGE NINE (legation Asks to Firm Action i'<'Mti: ued from Page 1) %  of breathing life into a Re. "The only action conith the duty of the Seity Bauncil at this hour," he i r I "would be to determine K>f Arab aggression, arisr.lof the Arab decision to lumBlostilities; and. as a promeasure under Article of Bic Charter, to order that |on immediately and unially to cease." New truce said would only se;-ve let the Israeli forces who ending the U.N. Charter [Arab attack. sharply attacked Bernaluggestions for restricting Immigration and for hondJr Jerusalem and the Negev [isjorcian. "We insist that ttion into Israel is the of Israel alone," he said. \g the latter part of the session British rcpresenttiveHp Alexander Cadogan anthat his governmrnt support the U.S. resilurith one or two "verbal g." He stated that his "govjt feels that it is impossi^r the Security Council to than is now proposed." Brbal changes included reto the "Jewish authorities lestine" rather than the sional Government of Isfer the U.S. resolution was (tted. Syrian delegate Faris hiri introduced a resolution Bng the Palestine dispute to B International Court of JusBfor a ruling on the legal of the country after the lation of the Mandate. A ^r resolution introduced at ast special Palestine session ^e General Assembly was rty defeated. MS oral report to the Coun^ernadotte supplemented his en report which he submitted lay. He urged the Council firmly and quickly taking Strongest possible steps perby the U.N. Charter to [the war. He suggested ecojnd diplomatic sanctions to with, and all-out military mention at a later stage if side refused to comply with rw cease-fire order. In his I statement, Bernadotte poi.it\c finger of accusation for the time at the Arab state. Dur his cross examination by jlbers of the Council, the med • was confronted with a blunt ^tion from Andrei Gromyko ie U.S.S.R. "Who is guilty." i.vko asked, "for the renewal hostilities in Palestine?" ernadotte reDlied: "I think the which refused to prolong truce has to take the responsily for the fighting that has ted." srnadotte also disclosed that |does not regard himself as id by the partition resolution November 29 and that his sugJion for the demilitarization of fa and establishment of a free there had been prompted by equest from the governments Trance, Britain and the U.S. Iresponse to a question from \n, Benadotte declared that in ering the wholesale detention Jewish immigrants on Cyprus, British acted on their own Native. Thinking aloud" about the rse the Council must take to Jre peace in Palestine, he said U.N. must make it plain that Iher fighting will not be tolerI, He suggested an unequi^al cease-fire order, emphasiz"I repeat, order." The time polite requests and suggests was over he indicated. The Jer to cease fire, Bernadotte td. must be backed by a firmKronish Unites Jordan Barkowitz With Jacquol ynn, Rosalynn Drosd Rappaport Opens New Law Offices Oscar Rappaport has announced the opening of his law offices at 516 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Mr. Rappaport received his AB and LLB at the University of Florida where he was a member of the John Marshall Bar Assn., the Florida Players, AVC, and was Art Editor of the Summer Gater. A veteran of three years in the Army, Mr. Rappaport also acted as assistant director of the Hillel organization in Gainesville and was active in the Radio Guild of the university. Having been a resident of Miami for 25 years Mr. Rappaport has been an active member of B'nai B'rith groups and Jewish Youth groups and plans to continue these activities. Oscar Pappaport In a single ceremony at the Floridian Hotel on June 27, Rabbi Leon Kronish united in marriage Jacquelynn and Rosalynn, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Drosd. 2408 S.W. 23rd St., with Herbert Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jacobowitz, of New York City and Harold Barkowitz, son of Mrs. Barkowitz and the late Paul Barkowitz, of Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Mortimer Ruden, sister of the brides, was their only attendant. Best men were Melvin Stein, brother-in-law of Mr. Jordan, and Lou Fried, Mr. Barkowitz' brother-in-law. Sixty guests attended the wedding dinner, including out of town relatives from Cleveland, Charleston, New York and St. Louis, former home of the Drosds. Following their honeymoon, the Jordans are residing in New York, where they will continue with their studies in art. The former Jacquelynn Drosd was an active member in Junior Hadassah. The couple both attended Parsons School of Design in New York Rosalynn, an honorary president of Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, attended the University of Miami. After honeymooning in Daytona Beach she and Harold are making their home with the bride's parents. ly expressed, fully understood determination" to use military sanctions. A delayed message received from the U.N. Truce Commission in Jerusalem today accused the Jewish forces there of attempting to seize all of Jerusalem. The message said that the Jews "boast" that they could conquer the city in less than two weeks and point to the Christian world's indifference to the shelling of Jerusalem by the Arab Legion before the truce. Truce Commission chairman, Jean Nieuwenhus, of Belgium, concluded that the Security Council must intervene immediately to stop the fighting in Jerusalem, because the "international character of the city" stipulated in the partition resolution seems to be "dangerously" threatened. British and American pressure on Arab states to keep the peace in Palestine, which culminated in Britain's decision to postpone payment of Trans-Jordan's military subsidy, brought forth an indignant protest from the Arab office in London that Arabs are being "blackmailed" in an attempt to make them accept the State of Israel. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB ROT COMVALESCENtt AND aflKMK CASES its .w. JO~ couirr rt.QRIDA Agency Functions Transferred to WZO TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The future functions of the World Zionist Organization were outlined at a meeting of the Jewish Agency executive convened to consider the forthcoming nutting of the Zionist Actions Committee which will be held here on July 18. It was announced that arrangements will be made to liquidate the Jewish Agency and transfer its duties to the World Zionist Organization. It was also decided at the meeting that seven or eight members of the World Zionist Organization's executive must reside in Jerusalem. Some of these may have to move from their homes overseas. Eliahu Dobkin presided at the meeting. British Payment To Transjordan Is Now Overdue LONDON, (JTA) — Britain's quarterly installment on its subsidy to the Trans-jordan government for maintenance of the Arab Legion this week became overdue, a Foreign Office spokesman revealed. The British government, he stated, has considered the question of the subsidy and "has temporarily held up" the $2,000,000 payment. The "situation is obscure and the report from the U.N. Palestine mediator must be awaited." the spokesman added. Asked about a New York press report that negotiations were being conducted for the payment of the sum in dollar currency or its equivalent, the Foreign Office representative said: "When Transjordan left the sterling bloc area, owing to circumstances against her own and our will, we undertook to pay this amount in hard currency for her requirements." The New York newspaper story, emanating from Lake Success, said that the British government has been negotiating with Transjordan's King Abdullah to make available to him $2,000,000 in hard currency for the rest of this year. According to the report, the Transjordan government is said to have accepted the terms of the British government's proposal, but on condition that negotiations be reopened "if additional liabilities are incurred as a result if events in Palestine." The spokesman could not say whether or not this sum was part of the regular subsidy nor was he able to state whether this means that a part of the British subsidy to King Abdullah will be paid in dollars. At the same time, the spokesman warned against giving "very much credence" to reports that Transjordan's and Egypt's conflicting views on Palestine foreshadow a split within the Arab League. Reports from Arab sources, he said, do not seem to confirm this. 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JULY 16. 1948 *knisl Ihjiidlicin PAGE FIFTEEN A L LIN G All Blood Donors! Blood Bark of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu. and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood lated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank Lires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! (Reprint from Miami Herald Feb. 15, 1948) Thousands of people throughout the world are alive today as the result of research at the Dade County Blood Bank. Experiments here have developed improved serums which have reduced the time required for blood tests from an hour to two minutes and have increased accuracy almost to perfection. These serums, which the Blood Bank is supplying to hospitals throughout the world, have brought international fame to the institution and to Dr. John Elliott, its director, who made the studies. Dr. Elliott is an outstanding authority on blood and plasma. In 1936, in Salisbury, N. C, he began studies that resulted in a successful method for producing and storing plasma. All methods now being used through the country for transfusions and the processing and storage of liquid plasma were developed by him. Only 700 transfusions were provided in the entire Miami area in 1940, the year, before the Blood Bank was inaugurated. By 1946 the number reached 700 a month and now is running at twice that rate. The Blood Bank is operated as a public service. About 85 per cent of its supply is replaced by the recipient or his family, or is drawn from banks built up by grounds. The remaining 15 per cent comes from volunteer donors. Blood Bank Checks "Type" The Blood Bank oi 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.lOth Avenue Phone 9-1631 This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors f ALDORF TOWERS HOTEL [Ocean Drive Miami Beach [OVELAND PRODUCTS CO. N.W. 10th St. Miami C. A. O'NEIL S. W. llth Terrace Miami pott Gardens Private School Abbott Ave. Miami Beach | brie Home Improvement Co. North Miami Ave. Miami runite" Florida Service Inc. Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables rthur Murray Dance Studio Biscayne Blvd. Miami Causeway Carpet, Inc. N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami ^to Lock & Hardware Supply N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami The Reef Bait & Tackle Shop 760 N.E. 79th St. Miami ROYALTON HOTEL 131 S.E. 1st St. Miami SMITH HAMILTON SHOP 232 S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami SUPREME ENTERPRISES 1867 West Flagler St. Miami SUE PREEM MAID Women's Apparel 44 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami Venetian Service Station "Sinclair" 1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami Walker Casket Company 535 N.W. 24th St. Miami WALTERSON BODY WORKS 1135 N. Miami Ave. Miami W. N. "BILL" WHEATLEY Rock Sand 351 E. 41st St. Hialeah ALTON BOAT COMPANY 210 Alton Road Miami Beach BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 231 llth St. Miami Beach BLACK CAT GROCERY 888 S.W. 57th Ave. Miami CHARLES B. CLEVELAND 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Curry House Apts.—Hotel 253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami FRIDEN CALCULATORS 2500 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Guaranty Title & Abstract Co. 50 W. Flagler Si. Miami L. D. Haynes, Real Estate 5811 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N.W. 22nd St. Miami Le Lian Krumm Beauty Salon 216 Seybold Bldg. Miami MAX PAUL W. M. CREAGH LTD. 424 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Al Pflueger—Taxidermist 15400 N.E. 6th Ave. North Miami R. H. Shaddick—Realtor 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables Stewarts Juvenile Furniture & Toy Shop 1654 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach 1817 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables R. B. THRALL COMPANY Insurance 330 Alhambra Circle Coral Gcb!?s



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)AY, JULY 16. 1948 +Jewlst fhrldfom PAGE THIRTEEN leration Community Planning immittee To Study Leisure Ime Services And Aged Problem Invitations have been extended the Greater Miami Jewish leration to a representative ss-section of local Jewry to picipate in the activities of the imunity Planning Committee 1948-49, Stanley C. Myers is lirman of the group. Local jbis and affiliated agency presents, together with Morris ss, executive director, are biding members of this divi%  L *rojects carried on by the comJttee include census study, perinel practices, health and hostal study, the Home for th< fed, education, kashruth study id the "Ys." In the words of federation, "Community planning is the attempt to develop immunity agencies, services and jgrams along orderly and planfcd lines, anticipating the growth jjanges and needs of Greater Mi ii in the future, and planning work to meet these anticited needs." The initial meeting of the preslt group took place last Monday ironing when the history of the ctivities of the committee were eviewed by Mr. Myers and Mr. Mass. M. J. Kopelowitz, chairlan of the census survey, re>rted that last year's census tudy will be ready for publicaion in the very near future. Max leisel outlined in detail the perDnnel practices study, which was parried on by staff members of ie Federation's local agencies. (e announced that the study /ould be presented for approval at the next meeting of the Pederation's executive committee. In the process of study by the >mmittee is the group work and sisure time services and needs, |nd the study of the needs of the Iged for which a planning conference is being organized for the lmediate future. Those receiving invitations to eeome members of the division iclude: Jack Abbott, Leo Alton, Rabbi Sllon April, Joe Arkln, Sam Blank, Jeorge Chertkof, Charles Cohen. Mrs |B. F. Danels, Florence Fhikelsteln. Irving Frankel, Abe Cannes. Joseph Jardner, Mrs. Ixiuls Olasser. Dr. L. lllcksteln. Mrs. Ahe Ooodman, Rabbi Crauer, Maurice C.rossnian. Max %  Itsberg, Morris Jacobs, C.us Jacobn. Mrs Ada Joseph, Leon Kaplan, I M J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi I.eon Kronlsh. E)r. A. Kushner, Sam I.achman, Rabbi |lrvlng Lchrman, Max MelMl, Rabbi IMo.ses Meschelnff. Anna Brenner Me) f 826 N.W. 1st St.. age 59, passed away Wednesday. July 14. in a local hospital following a short Illness. The remains were shipped to Minneapolis, on Fur Minn., by Cordon jneral Home. ISAAC KRITZER Age 68, of 3340 S.W. 2r.th Terr., died suddenly, Saturday, July 1(1. He is survived by his wife. Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami Is In charge i)f shipping the remains to Cleveland, O. HAROLD LETTMAN Died on July 9, age 52. He Is survived by his wife. Adeline. Services held at Riverside Memorial Chapel, July 12. Interment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TICK CIRCUIT COt'RT OF THE 11 III JUDICIAL ClltcriT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FliORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 118232. PAULA SAVOC), Plaintiff, vs. IRA SAVOD, Defendant. TO: IRA SAVOD 206 West 92nd Street New Vork. New York Vou arc hereby notified and requlred to appear to the BUI of Complaint filed In the above styled cause on or before August 12. 1948, otherwise the P.lll of Complaint will be taken .is confessed against you. Let this ordpr be published once a week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dad.' County, Florida. Dateil this 12th -lav of July, 1948. K. 1! LEATHERMAN, cierk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cl e rk. Mil TONA. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 7 18 -23-30 8/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MICKEY'S K THERESA'S SNACK HAH. at 2IX West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THERESA A. WILLIAMS HENRY DONAHPE Equal Partners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants /16-23-30 S/fi-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Little Hake Shop at 2127 B. W. 22nd Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB L LIFSET Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 MRS. IDA K. WEISS Of 70 N.W. 25th St.. age 64. died in her home Monday, July 1U. She is survived by her husband, Nathan; two sons, Milton of Manville, N. J., and Samuel of Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Troop of Miami; a sister, Mrs. Mary Levinson of Arverne, L. I.. N. Y. Services held Monlay, July 12, at Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami. Interment at Mt. Sinai. Rabbi Murray (irauer officiated. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TICK CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118183. JOHN BELL, Plaintiff, vs. JANET HELL. Defendant. YOI.', JANET BELL, 249M: N. Queen Street. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on or before August 16, 1948, or a decree pro ronfesso will be entered against you. DATED: July 9, 1948. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. .Circuit court Seal) u c FKIOF Deputy Clerk. Wasman. Silver & Sakowitz Attorneys at Law Seybold Building Miami. Florida 7/16-23-3" 8'6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MOBLEYS MARKET at 407 Fast Okeechobee Drive, Hlaleah, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARK S. BURNETT SAMUEL LUTZ WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7-16-23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nnme of Silver Palm Apartment Hotel at 3700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AL (ABRAHAM) COHEN Sole Owner El RY STONE Attorney for Applicant 1009-1010 Congress Bldg. 7/16-23-30 8/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 8. W. 44th Court, Miami 34, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN L. OREENBERC. Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LERNERS MARKET at 2090 Northwest 75th Street, Miami. Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY LERNER MARTIN BURD WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7/10-23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCl'lT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 118170. HENKY E. FKKRAKA. Plaintiff, vs. LUCILLE FERRARA, Defendant. I'D: Lucille Ferrara 4 Page Avenue Yonkers. New York You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 10th day Of August. 194X. otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 19th day of July. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEK1E Deputy Clerk. •IAROI.D SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff 7/16-23-30 8/6 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FUMUDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118258. LENOKE PACKARD, Plaintiff, PHILIP PACKARD. Defendant. TO: MR. PHILIP PACKARD, 64.1 WEST END AVENUE, NEW YORK. N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY required file an Appearance or Plead in above action for divorce on or before August 12. 1948, otherwise a l>ecree pro confesso will be entered against you In accordance with the Statutes of the State of Florida so made and provided. Date.l this 13 day of July. 1948. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Cl e rk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \V vs. to the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of MODERN A'"TO RADIATOR SERV ICE; MODERNIZED AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE; MODERN RADIATOR SERVICE, at 624 N.W. 5th Street, Miami. Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID SUSNER ROBERT OOREN LOUIS SONA Equal I'artners. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 7/9-16-23-30 8/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Modern Meat and Food Market at 1155 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Moridn. HENRY KNEISSL ALEXANDER COLD Partners Myers, Heiman and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicants 7/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ?i!£i'£f u ,,, r ,h< 'I'-Utlous name of JERRY'S Rx PHARMACY at 2237 S.W 22nd Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. J. IONEIJ5I fu2££!'/ UL Y m, & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 6'25 7/2-9-16-23 NOT A'Bli?^ir^ ENTION TO M AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL _, DISCHARGE fo?-NTV Y SRSS? COUItT n ADB RE : > ES-?.JTE^/F R,,,A NO 18138 BLANCHE Deceased. NOTICE is B. ROSENDORF. BURNETT BOTH Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida 7/16-23-30 8/6 STOCK INC, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TICK 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 118231. VINCENT JAMES CIRAFFA. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH ciBAFFA. DefendTO: RUTH CIRAFFA 33-07 83rd Street Jackson Heights. Long Island, N e w ^ or k You are hereby notified quired to appear to the 1 plaint filed In the above on or before August 12. 1948. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will taken as confessed against this order be published for four successive and reof ComStyled cause be you. Let once a week weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper publ| H e..d In Dsde County fjorfda. „ llt ed tnis^dayof^cly^,^ Clerk of Circuit Court. (Clreu,t r By rt wfrV STOCK.NC. Deputy Cl-rk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118228. ARTHUR ALLEN CLAY, Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN JANE CLAY. Defendanl TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY 2012 N. Lyndale Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that s suit for divorce has been insUluted against you. and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before August 9, 1948. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 12th day of July. 1918. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that tile undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name o' North West Cut Rate Liquor Store at 1068 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 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 117957. BETH M. OULP. Plaintiff, vs. WALTER CULP. Defendant. TO: MR. WALTER CULP 564 FOREST AVENUE. BELLEVIEW PITTSBURGH, PA. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before July 30, 1948, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 2.'. day of June. 1948. E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff, 112 Congress Building, Miami. Florida. 7/2-9-16-23 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executors £JSUftJ of BLANCHE B. ,, ,hl w' ay f. Julv I9 will apply to the Honorable W. F BLANTON bounty^ Judge of Dade Countv Flo?: ml tor f&TO u T MU nn *> "Port Of the F i. t '"" c,hRr *n Executors ine h.state of HI jvnui? n ROSBNDORF. deceased. CHB R This 22nd day of June, 1948 MILTON S*. BINSWANfJITR ,„A HOWARD S. R^NTORF* r .J* n no B. Rosendorf. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Executors 6/2.". 7/2-9-16 Deceased. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,h H ,-r V S HEREBY CIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of in&i n"* ?*& at BW <*>>" %  Ave; Miami Reach. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of cult Court of Dade the ClrFlorlda. County. DAVID CLASER Sole Owner W elnsteln. Welnsteln and Welnsteln Attorneys for Applicant 120 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Florida 6*2r, 7'2-9-lfi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Dude Club at 700 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida PRANCES J. TOWT Sole Owner 6/18-2.". 7/2-9-16 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. VI! TON A. FRIEDMAN of the Negev which Bern*dotte's Agffig^*ffl BfjBf plans would have ceded to ADM r am i, Florida dullah. .7/16-23-30 %  /• MARX M. FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miam|. Florida 7/16-23-30 8/6 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA „ TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS! This is to certify that, whereas, Irving Mitel, Miami Beach, Ma. Maxwell Hymnn, Miami Beach, Fla. Morris O. Warner. Miami Beach, Ma. did t.n the : !<" h ,lav of November A.D. 1946, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, PETE'S BAR & LIQUOR STORE, INC. a corporation, with its principal place of business at Miami. Dade County, In the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the Bth day of July, A.D. 19IS. Cause to be filed In the office of the Si cretary Of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 100RA, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, Showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of state Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Creat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Canltal. this the eighth day of July. A.D. 1948. R. A. CRAY. Secretary of State. (SEAL) M\RX M. FABER Attorney at Law 7/16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'lT COCRT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/1RIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. '118003. QEOROE WASHINGTON ESKRID'IE JR.. Plaintiff, vs. IDA ELIZABETH ESKR1DOE, Defendant. TO: IDA ELIZABETH ESKRIDCE c/o Webster Ivlns Harrington, Delaware YOU. IDA ELIZABETH ESKRIDCE, are hereby notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on or before the 30th day of July, 1948, otherwise a decree pro confesso will he entered against vou. Dated: Juno 29, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By MARION BROOKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff 7/2-9-16-23 M. C. FUOE. Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Flamingo Trailer Park at 29r,0 N.W. 3th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SPITZFR Role Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 7/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of S & 8 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 FABER Attorney for Applicants Congress Building 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „„_ NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Jumbo S. #idwlch Companv at 12 S W 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida BEN KIRSCHNER LILLIAN KIRSCHNER 6/18-25 7/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1176, Chapter No 20952, Laws of Florida, 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of fie publication of this notice, the fictitious name. to-wit: PIVR O'CLOCK CLUB under which I am engaged in business at 2002 Collins Avenue. In the City of Miami Beach, Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: SAM BARKEN. JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Applicant 7/2-9-17-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No 1176, Chapter No. 20952, 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: THE SLACK BAR under which we expect to engage in business 't number 611 Lincoln Road. In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That the parties Interested business enterprise^ are aa I'AVID MILLER IRVIN SHAPIRO EARL PERTNOY A Co-Partnershlp JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 7 9-16-23-30 in said follows: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Leon's Arrow FVench Cleaners & fivers at 1390 S.W. Sth St.. Miami. Florl la. Intend to register said name with.the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY L WHITE IIA)NA WHITE, Sole Owners. OEOROE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants 607 Olympla Bldg. 7/2-9-16-23-30



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tIDAY, JULY 16, 1948 &f A t* Ml I h,l1tn PAGE ELEVEN etters To The Editor Enthusiasm K.'ll" Hie 1 -'i letter from Palestimwritten by tho nleco of w. i. Keuer. It depicts] the enthusiasm I being shown by the youneratora and demonstrates their efforts on behalf of the Jewish homeland. [iii-... Uncle, It happens to me very often Ithat I am thinking of my relaItives somewhere in the United I States. Four brothers of my behoved mother, God rest her soul, are living there, I do not know them, they don't know me nor do their families, and why? Many, many years went by since my dear mother saw them, circumstances have changed since, but nevertheless it's my wish to make one day your acquaintance, to meet you and your family, to know the relatives of my mother, my relatives, how they are living, and how they are getting on. Therefore I decided to enter into correspondence with you and thus into closer relationship with my uncles. You never can tell what might happen where fate jhas passed, and if our enemy I wanted blood we answered with blood. The Arabs wanted war, they have got it, we are showing them our strength and are pay ing them back twice. At present they are obliged to consider our country as a fact, as a young country wmen came into life and can't be exterminated anymore and we are sure that if there were not third persons to mix and to disturb us, we would be able to settle things with the Arabs in peace and understanding. I daresay that I am proud to be a witness of this decisive period of the liberation of Israel. My husband joined the Army too, before the war he was working with the Haifa Municipality as an engineer. As to me, I am busy the whole time, never at home, so that the house is quite deserted; family life has ceased to exist. But we must be strong and happy and trust that soon vicJewish government of Israel? I will state facts. For over two thousand years there has been a Jewish religion on earth. Twice in their history the followers of Judaism established a state in Israel, they thus became a people. And twice the Jewish peopel in Israel gave up their Torah, and twice they were driven from the land. But Judaism as a religion never gave up the Torah. Thus the Jewish religion has survived throughout the world for thousands of years. As long as there is Torah in the land of Israel, the state will prosper. The hand of G-d has proven this. It is sickening that we need to I argue with our own people over this question. I am not capable of carrying the argument. But it seems that in this community not one leader has come out for Torah Zionism. We have able leaders and Rabbis. Are they afraid to carry G-d's gift to man? Respectfully, MARVIN ZALIS New B'nai B'rith Group Holds Primary Meeting The first organizational meeting of a new B'nai B'rith Young Men's group will be held at the Miami Y Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. Speaking before a nucleous of approximately twenty members will be Howard Liebman, director of B'nai B'rith youth activities for the State of Florida; Marx Faber, president of Sholem Lodge; and Theodore Sa.kowitz, youth advisor. Young men between the ages cf 18 and 25 who are interested in developing citizenship programs and participating in religious, athletic, social and cultural activities, are invited to join the new group. been given to veterans atthe Pratt Hospital by B'nai B'rith women during the past year. A FREE CALENDAR TO OUR READERS! 24 Years of Hebrew-English Dates Bar Mitzvah dates, Yahrtzeit dates any Hebrew dates from 1925 on can be found quickly and easily with this calendar. WIlcll migut nun*"-" • •>... can push you to and I guess it .torious peace will be established would be a comfort to know about your relatives. Today it's the first anniversary of my wedding, let us hope that the years to follow will be more quiet, that they will bring us peace and calm. A war is going on in our country, a very hard war, but it is dear to us, for we are fight for a holy cause. We are sure of our victory and that soon our young fatherland will rise in freedom and happiness. We here, who are standing in the frontlines are quite conscious of what you in America are doing for us, and we are deeply obliged and normal life come back for there is a lot of work still to be accomplishes. Hoping that you will write us soon, I remain, dear uncle, with lots of love to you and your family, Your niece, ROSE SCHOR (Tabachnik) Torah(?) Dear Editor: I recently attended a Zionist Youth discussion at which S. R. Goodman was moderator. Before I say my piece I would like to for all your support. I hope that say that I admire Mr. Goodman. you too are contributing your \ jj e j s a Zionist I would be proud share to help us in accomplishto follow. ing for all Israel is longing for. I The topic at the discussion was: Our Army is as young as our fatherland, but holy enthusiasm is animating our soldiers and they are doing their best, so that we have faith in our success, for where there is faith there is victory. Much blood is being shed. our young and best fellows are giving their lives on the battlefield, but we are quite aware of the fact that there is no war without sacrifice. We only pray that it must not be in vain. We in the Army get food and a small allowance for our expenses, for there is not much money left for soldiers, it is needed for more urgent purposes, chiefly for arms, so that the soldier has to content himself with rather little. During those past years of Zionism we endeavored to revive our country by hard work and sweat, we have changed the desert into flourishing fields and gardens, and we are more than proud of it. We were helping the Arabs to get healed of all sort of disease, we took them out of poverty and misery, but it looks as if they have got too much on our account, for instead of thanks i we got a kick and they are trying j to drive us out. But that time where Jews were ghetto Jews The principles that will guide the future Jewish state. Not one speaker mentioned Torah as a guiding principle in the Jewish state. Do we have to leave it up to a member of Mizrachi to remind us of our Torah? Are we all not Jews? Yes, we are Jews! Therefoie we accept the Torah. Torah is the only reason we are Jews, the only reason there is a Jewish religion. If it was not for this reason we could just as well be Christian. G-d is one. Also, the people of Israel, the land of Israel, and the Torah of Israel are one. We cannot picture G-d as two. Also, we cannot separate Torah from the iand of Israel, or the land of Israel from the people of Israel. Therefore, if we as Zionist fight to set up a Socialist Israel without Torah, it is as believing G-d and Jesus as his son. Why is Torah required in the Optometric Association Seeks Better Driving A program to aid in decreasing highway accidents in South Florida was launched this week by the Southeast Florida Optometric association which announced the formation of a motorists vision committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Sidney Norman, Ft. Lauderdale. The committee will cooperate with local law enforcement agencies in Dade and Broward counties to emphasize the importance of good vision in safe driving. Action by the SFOA followed the July meeting this week when Sgts. T. E. Jones and C. W. Keith of the Florida Highway Patrol spoke to the local Optometrists on the relationship of vision to driving. •'The man with faulty vision who gets behind the wheel of an auto is a potential murderer," Keith told the eye specialists. The new SFOA committee, formed to better acquaint drivers with the importance of good vision in highway safety, will start its campaign by distributing posters emphasizing the need of maintaining proper visual standards. The posters will be displayed in auto inspection stations, taxicab and bus barns, garages, filling stations and auto drivers' licenses offices, according to Ar. Arthur Hirsch, who heads committee members representing Miami Beach. Other local committee members are Drs. W. H. Koblenz. Miami; Dr. Glenn S. Clapp, Coral Gables and Dr. C. J. Slade, Hialeah. Volunteer Workers Needed By Hospital Sholem Lodge Hospital representative, Mrs. Lenore Curtice, announces that B'nai B'rith Women of Greater Miami are urged to attend a volunteer worker's course at the Pratt Veterans Hospital next Friday from 9 a.m. to 4-30 p.m. Those taking the course will be expected to contribute ten hours service at the hospital, receiving certificates after completion. Women interested in the course should contact Mrs. Curtice at 9-5715 before July 20. Weekly birthday parties have 3JSSS3 The 24-year Hebrew-English Calendar... all Hebrew date$, 1925 to 1949. All Jeicith holiday* to 1964. For your free copy, just address a postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. Dept. J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. S. J. Frecdman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D*nsc nuin Telephone 5-9017 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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