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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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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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JiBwiislhJEIliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
>D*ItI k-iUIfB 21NUMBER 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
N. Forces Truce Acceptance For Arabs Israel
Israeli Army Ordered To Fight Back
nly Holdout To UN Order;
Refuses Immigration Restrictions
SUCCESS, (HA)All Arab states except Iraq notified
[ Nations Secretariat that they issued a cease-fire
their troops in Palestine, a U.N. spokesman said here.
i Government, he explained, asked for more time.
xepting the truce, the. Arab League notified the U.N.
conditions that it de-
met: 1. Jewish im-
must be completely
uring the truce; 2. Pal-
Arab refugees must be
0 return to their homes
ewish areas; and, 3. A
time limit must be set
truce. As it stands now,
is of indefinite dura-
1 a permanent solution
Palestine problem is
IN
;
cil
He'
firtt
/
^ow certain that the Pal-
Imediator, Count Folke
kte, had suspended at
Imporarilyhis plan for
into Jerusalem 1,000
irds. U.N. circles express-
elief that Bernadotte now
place the city under
rigid supervision" by in-
the number of U.N. mili-
gervers.
lile, dispatches from
released here said that
>tte told a press confer-
his island headquarters j
is arrival that the biggest
ting him was setting up
[supervision machinery in
make the Security Coun-
sr effective,
this is accomplished, the
r asserted, the next step
to resume negotiations be-
[the Jews and Arabs. How-
ie indicated that in view of
Ct that the current truce is
pte, there is "no rush" to
ch negotiations under way.
irealed that he expects the
fontingent of military ob
to arrive soon in Rhodes,
vill serve as truce control
larters, he said, while
will be maintained as the
tion center.
Spokesman for the Israeli
iment here said after the
ncement of the Arabs' ac-
e of the truce: "By ac-
the truce, the Israeli gov-
lt has not accepted any re-
Dn on its immigration pol-
ther than that relating to
ug menthat is, men bear-
fms or identified as belong-
military organizations."
text of Israel's message ac-
ig the truce, which was sent
Foreign Minister Moshe
jk, follows:
ive honor acknowledge re-
your telegram containing
|resolution Security Council
communicate you following
tion adopted by provisional
iment Israel after its con-
fovisional government of Is
laving taken note of resolu-
|of Security Council of Julv
1948, decided comply with
Sil's request for resumption
in Palestine and for im-
ite unconditional cease-fire
rusalem. Provisional govern-
is ready issue necessary
to both effects as soon as
notified that all Arab gov-
lents and authorities con-
id have likewise accepted
in Palestine and immediate
^-fire in Jerusalem and hav'e
orders for these arrange-
to take effect at respective
laid down in resolution
sional government accepts
iption of truce in accordance
with its declared attitude as to
conditions to be observed.
"Regarding cease-fire in Jeru-
salem, haveinstructed our repre-
sentative Jerusalem approach
consular commission for receipt
notification of Arab decision. As
to truce, would appreciate earliest
possible advice as to procedure
whereby we can be notified in
time of decision ArSb govern-
ments involved tfin aggiessior.
throughout Palestine."
SOS Coiled*!
NEW YORK, (JTA)More than
6,561,000 pounds of foodstuffs,
clothing, medical supplies and
other relief materials were con-
tributed to the SOS (Supplies
for Overseas Survivors) collection
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee during the first half of this
year, it was announced here by
Mrs. Isaac Gilman, national co-
chairman of the drive.
As Syrians-Iraqi Troops Violate Truce
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Israeli Army's general staff this week
issued orders to commanders on all fronts to fight back
wherever the Arabs violate the United Nations truce and to
observe the cease-tire strictly wherever the Arabs do.
The order came after continuous Arab violations of the
truce, particularly in the north
Military Meet to Set
lerusalem Borders
State Dept. Urges
Basic Changes For
Immigration Code
WASHINGTON, (JTA)State
Department officials, testifying
this week before a Senate im-
migration investigation, have ad-
vocated a number of basic change.'
in the immigration code as it
presently exists.
The chief suggestion was to
change the law from a non-se-
lective oneimmigrants are ad-
mitted unless a specific rule bars
their entranceto a selective one.
Robert C. Alexander, assistant
chief of the Department's Visa
Division, asserted that the ideal
selective immigration law was
that in the Argentina. When
Congressman Ed Gossett of Texas
asked Alexander whether the di-
vision had a record of the num-
ber of Jews admitted to this
country during the past .few
years;, the State Department of-
ficial said that no such record
was maintained.
Eliot B. Coulter, associate chief
of the Visa Division, recommend
ed that immigrants be admitted
quotas either of their coun-
on
tries of origin or of countries o.'
which they are nationals at the
the time of immigration. Under
the present law immigrants are
charged against the quotas oi
countries in which they were
born, a practice which frequently
works hardships by exhausting
small quotas for years in advance
and not using up others.
JERUSALEM. (JTA)Negotia-
tions between Israeli and Arab
military commanders in Jeru-
salem begun this week for the
nurpose of establishing "frozen
boundaries" between the respec-
tive and Arab and Jewish zones,
it was reported here. The U.N.
-onsular truce commission par-
ticipated in the discussions.
A high Israeli officer told cor-
respondents that at the time the
cease-fire went into effect, the
Arabs held only three of the total
>f 40 miles of the main Tel Aviv-
Jerusalem highway. Despite this
traffic between the two cities will
proceed under U.N. auspices dur-
ing the truce period. The officer
also revealed that in the Arab
shelling of the modern section of
the cityfollowing the breaking
of the initial trucea B'nai B'rith
home for children was severely
damaged, but there were no
casualties. .
In a sum-up of the present mili-
tary situation, the Israeli officer
disclosed that the Jews have re-
captured Har Tuv. 15 miles west
of here, which was abandoned on
May 15. Israeli forces also seized
an Arab village of the same name.
a railroad station and an import-
ant strategic police fort in the
area which the Arabs occupied
after the British withdrew from
Jerusalem. The Jews now con-
trol a string of villages and
strategic mountain strongpoints
all the way from Jerusalem to
the piains along the coast.
North of the main highway, the
Tsraelis captured a number of
heights over-looking the road be-
tween Latrun and Ramallah, en-
circling the Arab Legion garrison
at Latrun. In the event of further
hostilities in this area, Israeli
forces could easily cut off all
Arab supplies to the major base
at Ramallah.
in
and on the central front. Syrian
and guerrilla units were active
on the northern fronts, while-
Iraqi and other guerrilla units of
Fawzi Kaukuji's "Liberation
Army" were pressing attacks in
the central area. Miner Arab ac-
tivity was also reported on the
southern front.
Meanwhile, an Israeli govern-
ment spokesman declared that ex-
cept for Jerusalem no U.N. truce
observers are yet on duty in
Palestine. He revealed that of all
the cease-fire breaches the heav-
iest and most serious are those
committed by the Syrians in the
north Asserting that the Israelis
consider themselves "at liberty to
attack Syrian troops wherever
they are," the spokesman added:
The Jewish Army command is
determined not to cease fighting
until the Syrians have been
taught their lession."
Disclosing that Syrian attacks
have cost the Jews a number of
casualties and the loss of at least
one strategic position, the spokes-
man said that the Israeli Army
had opened an attack on the
Mishmar Hayarden bridgehead
hejd by the Syriansin order to
relieve the pressure against Jew-
ish positions elsewhere.
Syrian attacks were particular-
ly heavy on Tel Azizia. on the
northwestern border of Syria and
West German State
Will Not Effect DP's
FRANKFURT, (JTA) The
formation of a western German
state will not jeopardize the posi-
tion of *"extra-territoriality" en-
joyed at present by displaced per-
sons in Germany. U.S. Military
Governor Gen. Lucius D. Clay de-
clared at a press conference here
this week.
"Until the last displaced per-
sons leaves Germany," Gen. Clay
declared, "the U.S. will retain
jurisdiction over .all DP camps."
In reply to a question as to what
he intended to do to give German
police the right to enter the DP
camps. Clay replied: "Nothing."
UN Threatens Sanctions
To Terminate Warfare
Israel where fighting had been
raging since before the truce came
into effect. Syrian artillery also
shelled the Jewish settlements of
Shaar Hagolan and Massada, on
the southern shore of the Sea of
Galilee, as well as the village of
Ein Geb. was repulsed by the
Jews. A Syrian plane bombed the
Jewisn held village of Quaqun
northeast of Tulkarm.
The Iraqi attacks this week
took place at a number of points
on the central coastal plain from
Ziohron Yaachov, about 20 miles;
south of Haifa to the Tulkarm
area. Other battles were fought
with guerrilla units and Iraqi
troops north of Jenin. On the
northern coast of Nahariah, about
20 miles above Haifa, the inhabit-
ants were alerted when an Arab
olane flew overhead, but no>
bombs were dropped.
It was officially reported that
the Iraqi attacked Ramath Harko-
vesh, Kfar Hess. Midgal Zedek
and Ras el Ainall northeast of
Tel Aviv in the Haifa-Tulkarm
sector. On the battlefield at
Maanit, halfway between Ziehror.
Yaacov -aid Tulkarm. the Arabs
left a score/ of bodies when they
were finally beaten -off after an
attack which lasted for many
hours. The Iraqi shelled Zraim,
in the Gilboa mountains.
On the southern front the
Egyptians made a determined but
unsuccessful attempt to regain
Biras Luj which the Jews seized
before the truce. Otherwise, the
southern front was fairly quiet.
However, the Egyptians have been
regrouping and maneuvering in
front of Hatta and Karatia, two.
towns which the Jews captured
before the truce and which'
opened the supply route to the-
Jewish settlements in the Negev..
Before the truce came into ef-
fect Jewish forces penetrated to>
about 20 miles northeast of Na-
zareth and captured Lubia, a
strategic village lying athwart the
Haifa-Tiberias road. With this
move and the seizure of several
other villages in the area the
Jews established full the highway betweew the port
city and all-Jewish Tiberias, the
chief city of Eastern Galilee. At
Ein Razel, south of Haifa, the
Jews and the Iraqi were locked
in combat with the Israelis at-
tempting to clear all Arabs from
any section of the Haifa-Tel Aviv
road network.
LAKE" SUCCESS, (JTA)The
United Nations Security Council
ordered the- Israelis and Arabs in
Palestine to cease their war with-
in three days; terminate the Jeru-
salem conflict within 24 hours:
and warned that unless the order
were obeyed, economic, diplo-
matic and military sanctions
would be imposed.
The order, issued late Thursday
evening after three days of pro-
longed debate, was based on a
U.S. resolution which was sup-
ported in part by the Soviet
Union. However, in the final bal-
lotingon the resolution as a
wholethe Soviet Union, Ukraine
and Argentina abstained, while, piration of the old cease-fire and
Syria voted against the issuance the ordering of the U.N. truce.
of the order.
Marking the first time in U.N.
history that the threat of invok-
ing Chapter VII of the U.N, Char-
terwhich deals with threats to
the peace, breaches of the peace
and acts of aggressionthe U.N.
order was described by Arab
spokesmen at Lake Success im-
mediately after its approval as
"disastrous" to Arab interests and
Middle East interests. The Is-
raeli representative at Lake Suc-
cess, Aubrey S. Eban, declared
that immigration is the exclusive
concern of the state of Israel.
In the week between the ex-
Israeli forces marked up several
important military gains in all
parts of the country.
Early in the week, the strategic
towns of Lydda, Ramleh and Ras
el Ain were captured by Jewish
storm units. Some of the Israeli
commanders were surprised at
the weak show of resistance put
up by the enemy. Lydda's capture
assured the Jews of the use of
Palestine's most important air-
port, while the seizure of Ras el
Ain meant that Jerusalem's water
pumping supply station was now
in Jewish hands.
11'iiiii.in Appoints
Henderson Envoy
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman this week an-
nounced the appointment of Loy
Henderson as Ambassador to In-
dia and Minister to Nepal.
Henderson, present chief of the
State Department's Division of
Near Eastern and African Af-
fairs, has long been under attack
by Zionist circles and American-
liberals for his reportedly pro-
Arab, obstructionist views with
regard to American policy toward
Palestine and the new state of
Israel.
He could not say who would be
appointed to fill the post vacated
by Henderson.




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+Jewisti Fhjrudtoaiti
PAGE THREI
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
:NATOR CLAUDE PEPPER
I Listening to the Dixiecrats
fating about "States Rights,"
)ur own peculiar civilization,"
/hitc supremacy," brings back
le.nories of school days. These
beeches have overtones of the
K it debate between Lincoln and
DUglas. With eyes closed, one
>uld readily imagine himself
ark in the year of Grace, 1848.
Heaven knows we have enough
jmplaints against Mr. Truman
Jut on the issue of Civil Rights,
happens to be on the side of
]c angels. Southern reactionaries
Isemble Burbons: they neither
lam nor forget. For them, the
Ussian revolution, the defeat of
Eitlerism, the two World War?
rere a. pure waste. They still
ream of a feudal society, with
white oligarchy riding on the
lacks of a negro serfdom.
But there is another South,
lank Heaven. In this camp are
ie Ellis Arnalls, the Hugo
Hacks, the Ralph Magills, the
);,vid Cohns. These progressive
)irits would rescue the South
om prc-Confederate obscurant-
m. Their most eloquent spokes-
jnan is our own Senator Pepper.
When Claude Pepper gets up
the morning, one can readily
nagine, he rubs his eyes and
Jsks himself, "Where am I?
mgton? The U.S. Senate? Is
|t possible, or am I dreaming?"
,'ith what humility he carries
limself. Not the assumed Uriah
leep pose of the politician who
lefore election puts on a ragged
luit and rants how hard he work-
Id to support his "pore old
mother." Pepper has a Lincolnes-
|Ue qualitythe humility of the
krulv great. Whether in a corridor
t.,e National Capital, or in a
kwanky hotel on Miami Beach, or
n !"is farm at Tallahassee, he is
Iways approachableeven to the
mr blest.
'epper the Liberal
It so happens that our Claude
fs gifted. As an eloquent speaker
ic has no peer in Congress. On
t:le stump, he's a masterful cam-
iaigner; on the platform, lyrical
ind forceful; on the floor of the
Senate, a logical debater. But his
International reputation is not due
to his gifts. Goebbels was also
talented. It is Pepper, the Liberal.
who has captured the imagina-
tion of progressive, forward look-
ing people everywhere. It is Pep-
per, the Liberal, whom we would
(ike to see President of the U.S.
Claude Pepper comes naturally
jy his liberalism. Forces shaped
lis destiny. In College at Tusca-
K>sa, he worked his way by
helping to wait on tables. At
Harvard Law School, he came un-
Jer the influence of Felix Frank-
furter. Under F. D. R., he was
militant New Dealer. In the
1930's, Pepper was an uncom-
promising hater of Hitlerism. All
is life an enemy of anti-semitism.
t advocated a Jewish Common-
wealth in Palestine long before
(Brael became a state.
Mot that Pepper is a starry-
f.ved idealist. He is shrewd and
tonny. He knows the devious
pays of practical politics. He is
n Henry Wallace who could let
the Presidency slip through his
fingers. It is the American tradi-
tion to be a great idealist and
yet conversant with all the tricks
of the political game. The bio-
firaphies of Jefferson, Lincoln,
Wilson, and both Rooscvelts will
demonstrate this quite clearly.
It is because Pepper is a skill-
ful, resourceful politician, who
knows the score, that all the more
credit is due him. Any child
knows that it is dynamite for a
Southern politician to favor rights
for the negro. Yet Pepper worked
to abolish the poll tax; he favored
a national anti-lynch law. He is
known to sympathise with the
unpopular Civil Rights measure.
Last year, when in Tallahassee I
heard him address the Florida
legislature. He opposed sending
aid to Greece. In so serious a step
that might lead to war, our gov-
ernment should have referred it
first to the U.N. He did not flinch
before the hostle lawmakers, who
under their breath were calling
him a communist.
Pepper has the moral courage
to take the unpopular side. He
maintained a militant liberalism
in the face of strongly mounting
reaction that followed the death
of F. D. R. A champion of the
forgotten man, Claude Pepper
stands out as the greatest figure
in history of Florida.
Schindlers Await News
Of Son, Mystery Pilot
Mrs. Sam Schindler, 1425 Meri-
dian Ave.. is still awaiting word
from her son Captain I. R.
Schindler, pilot of the mystery
B-17 bomber which landed this
week in the Azores after a peril-
ous flight from Halifax. When
the plane left Halifax it had no
radio transmitter, a missing en-
gine cowling and only two para-
chutes for the nine men aboard.
It is believed possible that the
plane is headed for Palestine. A
passenger, Philip Mark, who
claims he lost his passport when
leaving Halifax, admitted the
destination of the Flying Fortress
was the state of Israel. Mark
worked as engineer in the crew.
Mrs. Schindler stated that she
did not know whether Irwin was
a Zionist. "I think he just flies
for the fun *ol it," she said. An-
other son Roland was killed four
years ago in the service when his
ammunition ship blew up.
IN THE MAIL
Proud
Editor Jewish Floridian:
The open letter by Marvin
Zalis in last week's issue of the
|Jewish Floridian made me, and,
I believe, every religious Jew
proud.
Yes, we live and fall by our
Torah. A land for Israel not based
on the Torah of Israel for the
people of Israel is inconceivable.
These three are the basic Jewish
trinity.land, people and Torah.
I want to assure young Marvin
Zalis, that at least one Rabbi in
our community is keenly con-
cerned in Torah Zionism. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, now honorary
president of the Miami Beach
Mizrachi, founded our chanter
eight years ago. Rabbi Uri Fel-
shin, of blessed memory, was
president of our chapter before
me. There are three women's
Mizrachi chapters in greater Mi-
ami.
Our chapters have not only
raised funds for Torah Zionism:
they have helped religious edu-
cation in our country, and sup-
plied excellent leaders in our
and other communities.
We wouid welcome the oppor-
tunity to help Marvin and young
men like him organize a Poel
HaMizrachi organization in great-
er Miami. What do you say, Mar-
vin?
Sincerely,
DR. J. M. SAFRA.
President.
C. G. Center Announces
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter announces that High Holy
Day Services will be held at the
Coral Gables Women's Club. E.
Herman Fisher, chairman of the"
committee, has secured Cantor
Joseph Malek to officiate at the
ceremonies.
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The monthly meeting of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami will take place Thursday
in the Council offices, 30 Sey-
bold Building at 8:15 p.m. Shed-
uled for discussion are the pro-
posed plans for B'nai B'rith
groups to communicate with
President Truman regarding the
critical situation in- Israel. Local
aid-to-Israel projects will be
planned, and community service
programs for August, September
and October will be outlined by
president Willian L. Pallot. Re-
ports will be heard from Mrs.
Harry Gordon, chairman of the
budget committee, and Marx
Faber, chairman of the commit-
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In order to keep families toqether, when 75% to
80% of any section has been sold, the remaining
portion of that section is withdrawn from general
sales, to be made available, exclusively, to the next
of kin of lot owners in that section. Because it is
necessary to wait an indefinite period for the dis-
posal of these unsold lots, prices are always ad-
vanced on the lots reserved.
THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEME-
TERY ANNOUNCES THAT. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER
1st, 1948. SECTIONS 1 & 4 WILL BE WITHDRAWN
FROM GENERAL SALES. PRICES WILL BE AD-
VANCE ON THE LOTS IN THESE SECTIONS AFTER
THAT DATE.
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OF KIN OF LOT OWNERS WHO WISH TO RE-
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PRICES, SHOULD DO SO BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1st
1948.
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FRIDAY, IULY 2a
EDITOSRIAL
Promise And Periormame
Now that the Democratic National Convention
has adopted a strong pro-Israeli plank in its
1948 platform there is reason to hope that Mr.
Truman, the cand date and President, will pro-
ceed to translate his party's resolution into deeds.
In the light of the Democratic Party s un-
equivocal support of the revision of the arms
embargo and its pledge to oppose any U.N. re-
solution to "the extent that it may prevent any
such revision," it seems rather odd that the U.b.
delegate to the Security Council should have
sponsored and supported a resolution re-imposinq
a world arms embargo on the M ddle East when
it is an admitted fact that such a course rebounds
only to the benefit of the Arabs.
Another disturbing development was U.S.
support of the Council's resolution curbing im-
migration into Israel. Since the Democratic resolu-
tion speaks of the "state of Israel" and pledges
full recognition of that state, it seems to us that
logic demanded that the U.S. delegate would
oppose any limitation upon the basic sovereignty
rights of that state. The fact that the immigration
clause covers the Arab states as well does not
mean anything. There is no immigration to those
states.
Both major American political parties have
taken a stand on the Palestine guest.on. Because
the Democratic Party is in office, the task of im-
plementing the party's pledges rests on President
Truman. He is in a position of translating the
promises into action. We will leave it to the
legalists to determine what he can do on the
arms embargo issue. But the least he can do now
is to extend immediate de jure recognition to
Israel, appoint full official diplomatic representa-
> /J/SW.EU I
tion to ine new .
for including it in the U.S. aid program and pro-
ceed immediati :atic
pledgi ppi
:'. >ping its econ
Thv Task
Interesting facts on the economic conditw,
of Palestine were recently released by Dr. ia '
Goldstein in his capacity as national chairmn.1
of the United Palestine Appeal.
The highlights of the situation are: An av
age Israeli family must have at least $300
month to maintain its pre-war Standard of W
in new building constructions the average ren
for a room fluctuates between S30 and $50 pj
month; retail food pr'ces have risen about 2H
percent since* 1939 while wages and salarJ
have risen about 125 to 150 percent. To rneg
the gap between average earnings and expen&
tures it is imperative that at least two memb,
o a farhily are employed.
In addition, the report shows that at lea
S220 is required to meet the initial and bar;
needs of an immigrant during his first month |
Israel.
Even these meager figures emphasize t]*|
colossal task facing the new slate of Israel d
maintaining its economic equilibrium. They alio
demonstrate what efforts He ahead for the U.P.A.
agencies in their task of adjusting the newo.|
rivals of Israel during the early period of I
resettlement.
The burden of a war economy falls heavily I
on the strongest and biggest of countries. What I
it does to a new state is obvious. American ]i
can help ease the burden by assuming major
responsibilities for the funds needed for imnd
gration and resettlement purposes. While Israel
is fighting for its existence, the least we American
Jews can do is to meet our obi gations to the
thousands of Jews in Europe to whom survival |
and Israel are indivisible.
Personally Speaking
Off the Record
illal v ke 1 '"'"'-
to hi :' ^a
: to be

Among vacationers at Duncraggon Inn, Henderson vilic
N. C.. are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schim v"r,",ons on a lM '
mel, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bock, Mrs. Harold Kelman, Mrs. Mau
Klein, Milton Julian and Sam W. Shapiro, ell of Miami.
* + -. I in- |
Connie Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson because of Russia's refusal
is leaving July 25, for Florida State University Music Camp at
Tallahassee. Another daughter, Rema, is a counselor at Ccmp
Carlyle, Hendersonville. N. C.
marks that Hay's protest was |
widely read in American syna-
gogues "and helped the Republi-
can ticket" This is casually I
followed by an observation that
American termination of its com-j
mercial treaty with Russia it I
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* *
Spending a few days last week at Mayview Manor, Blow-
ing Rock. N. C, were Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Reuters o! '"
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Vacationing at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York "... an
Mrs. Charles Greenfield and her daughter, Miss Shirley G:
field, 2315 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Esther Cohen and daughter, Roslyn, left by auto 1
Wednesday, for New York City, where they will visit Mrs.
Cohen's father, Samuel Friedman, for two weeks. Mr. Fr edman i
will then accompany Mrs. Cohen and Roslyn back to Miami '
Beach, where he will make his home with the Cohens. S21 51s-.
St. Mrs. Cohen is the wife of Wilfred Cohen of the Allied Masonry
contractors at Miami Beach.
Now traveling north JaL month vacahon are M, I
Mrs. George Sugerman and their children. Roberta and Barrv. .
Their first stop w.ll be Chicago, after which they will travel to e
Canada. Niagara Falls and New York. .
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Meyers. 1710 N.W. 6th St.
:

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ould be to honor passports ot American
M,v, (''\v'jews was "a slap that was ad-
. ... ministered in response to Jew*
n the American pressure
' nt
th Egyp-
: uncinfi .
was
hot role
ted in
,... o, China
ha.- support ri luctant
! i fore the
ted in ''.' I
the A
he Se jews to Palestine
1 Pres- thing grimly humo..
mediately tempting to force Jews whom"
ii would not receive upon Aral*
. Speak-
ing of the late Mayor La Guardiat|
stuiing attack on Hitler in 1931,
the learned prof, sor paren-l
t: etically remarks that the Mayor
was "himself of Jewish ongi:"
. He passes on the information I
that one-fourth of the Jewish
Americans were opposed tO ON
I.airing the immigiation doors in
1938 ... In Truman's plea to
Bevin for the admis ion <>f
e sees "some-1
ions about at-
If Tru not
nitinn to Is
until the end of July are Mrs. Louis Simon and daughter Judith
of Sea Gate, N. Y.
* *
Honored by a shower given last Sunday by Miss Kath<
Peretzman, was Miss Norma Schwartz, fiance of Joseph Reis-
man, at the home of Miss Schwartz' grandparents, Mr and
Mrs. Charles Peretzman. 926 15th St.. Miami Beach
* *
entail;
t that Briti
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Ml,h M wWiener ^ Mn:*>bbY- -Pending the sum-
mer with Mr Wiener s parents Mr and Mrs. Herman Wiener, at i
Hotel Sunny land, Parksv.lle, N. Y. Mr. Wiener will join then
at a later date. ,,..,.,
* *
A son, Jeffrey Alan, was born to Mr. and Mrs Mvcr H
Abrams. 1714 S.W. 18th St.. July 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital i
His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Sinner of '
Miami. Mrs. Abrams' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Sinaei
of Brooklyn, N. Y.. came to Miami to attend the bris of he!
first great grandchild.
* *
On a short vacation to visit relatives in Canada is Mrs
Jennie Dolgin of 900 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach.'
i [i ise pol-
v. :1! be disap-
literl
A Professor Strays .
r of
t il Stan-
' : ling authority
i the intellect
t fles Since1
son e of the
i nt book "The
treet." published by
no n< ed for
am-
I immi-
mell pot
ting pot" .
Foreigi hi potentates
tlanl ausi ind u e their
i to i lub public of-
i will" .
soi calls for-
en I yphenau
ore hvphenates
r-
who wanted them evei
less thai
NEW YORK. (JTA)-RehabUi- set aside for this project, includ-
tation plans to aid some 8,000
Jews in Italy and Rumania at-
tain economic independence were-
announced here by Moses A.
Leavitt, executive vice chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee.
A total of $450,000 has been
ing a special S50.000 allocation :
e.-tablishing a credit cooperative
in Milan. The over-all pro- i
calls for strengthening exist
cooperatives and setting up new
ones, particularly for Jewish
skilled workers, professional men
and merchants.
dull I ii. rr hvpli. nat
>< the polls! .tiveAme
nvenientlv ig-
fact that theforeigrl
:;,n.,,,vc
I Americ* of the
, He rants al
. -: Cit; today is the "u--
ted capital of wor* JeWry"
lan-1 Jew. whort> he calls
bvamuuS" lhan national
Abdullah is too mart!
on financial help from I pi
This would make
in the hands 0f
his dream of a Larger Syria .
we did, and witi. letter reason
. Conveniently forgetting Wj
Jewish public opinion was di-
vided on the question of the loan
to Britain in 1946 Rabbi Ste-
phen S. Wise publicly defend*
the loanthe by-now sir.king_pn>|
fessor records the "bill W"JJ
Iv approved despite Jew"*
oosition" and that if
rejected "we woul<
striking illustration
that can be done when the ny
phtpate hoists his own flag aM
frT3t of his adopted country
ave had i|
of the ham
' not losi Bi Euro-
' trait like the German-
Speaking of
: )ms in Rumania in 1902
and the note of protect tent to
Bucharest by Secretary of State
Hay, this teacher ot history re-
vjmistifkridtoi^ n
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*Jeni*ti MnridTfon
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Wi.limaiis ChooseIWronker Leads Charter
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Stilton Island
At home, 1741 Victory Blvd.,
Staten Island, N. Y., after a wed-
ding trip to Highview, N. Y., are
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lloyd Wish-
man, who were married July 20
in the Aperion Manor, Brooklyn,
N. Y. by the Rev. Morris Mitzner,
executive director of the Jewish
Community Center, Brooklyn.
Mrs. Wishman is the former
Miss Selma J. Lipsitz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lipsitz of
1741 Victory Blvd., Castleton
Corners, Staten Island, N. Y. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Wishman, 1245 Penn.
Ave., Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride's only attendant
was Miss Sheila A. Wishman, sis-
ter of the groom. Kenneth L.
Lipsitz, brother of the bride, was
best jjjan.
Mrs. Wishman is a graduate of
Curtis High school, N. Y., and re-
ceived her degree from the School
of Commerce at New York Uni-
Members Of New Chap.
For the first time in its history
the National Children's Cardiac
Home has formed a men's chap-
ter. Herman Wronker is serving
as temporary chairman. The enr
rollment of charter members is
now under way with a deadline
of October 1 set for those desiring
to have their names inscribed on
the charter. Prospective members
are asked to send their dues of
$5 to Herman Wronker, 281 S.W.
20th Rd., or to the Home at 4250
West Flakier St. The National
Children's Cardiac Home, which
is open to children of all creeds,
has earned a nation-wide reputa-
tion for the results it has achieved
in helping youngsters afflicated
with cardiac conditions.
M. B. Zionist Move
Alfred Stone, president of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, announces the removal of
the office to Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. The mailing address
is post office box 2494, Miami
Beach: telephone 58-3401. De-
linquent members are asked to
pay their dues before July 31
by Dr. Leo M. Levin, member-
ship chairman.
JpiC 3-0869
Hadassah Slates Dance
The. Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will sponsor a dance
and water show at the Carribbean
versity, where she was a member pffotel, August 8 at 8 p.m. The
Mrs. Richard Sneider
j'liriii.-iii 1 iiit*s
Lichard Sneiders
JThe midday marriage of Miss
tivian Shapiro, daughter of Her-
Ian Shapiro and Mrs. Ether
lapiro, 641 10th St., Miami
each, to Richard M. Sneider, son
|f Mr. and Mrs. J. Sneider, 733
Iichigan Ave., Miami Beach, took
lace at the home of Rabbi Irving
tehrman, Sunday, June 20.
Miss Shirley Shapiro, sister of
ie bride was maid of honor, and
eonard Shapiro, brother of the
Iride was best man.
The bride was a graduate of
imi Bead) High school and at-
lended the University of Miami.
ie groom was also graduated
pom Miami Beach High school
ind served three years in the
Coast Guard.
After a motor trip through the
State, the couple is residing
2312 S.W. 17th St.
of Lambda Gamma Phi sorority.
Mr. Wishman, who will enter
Wagner College, Staten Island, in
the fall, completed his credits at
Technical High school, Miami, and
was formerly associated with
Lloyd Motors.
Sholem Lodge Hears
Sidney Aronovitz
Guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon held
today at the Downtowner, will be
Sidney Aronovitz, Miami attorney.
Mr. Aronovitz will discuss his ex-
periences as Acting Chief of Mili-
tary Government Intelligence in
the United States Sector of Berlin
irt 1945.
proceeds of the affair are to go
for. emergency medical supplies
for the state of Israel. Mrs. Anne
Alpert, chairman, announced.
a1
IB. & P. Women To Meet
Emma Lazarus Chapter, Busi-
less and Professional Women of
iB'nai B'rith, will hold their next
jmeeting Tuesday evening at 8
[o'clock it the Miami Beach Y. A
[program of entertainment has
been planned, to be followed by a
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Sinai-Nautilus
Doal Doubtful
Possibilities for the Mt. Sinai
hospital group I i immediately ac-
quire the Nautilus Hospital dim-
n i : '.'' members
i i ity council authorized
Claud A Renshaw. city manager.
to seek the acquisition of the
prop, r ition by tl
city. An ami nded application with
the War Assets Administration
WM Mr. Renshaw. Of-
ficials : Mt. Sinai gn u]
have not been reached to the
pn nt for i m ment.
Cit; Atl rrey Ben Shepard ex-
I ..,. ., :., pinioi that the city
nj. le to ei ter into an
agreement w en the Mt. Sinai
offi il i use the property
Bfte ii : lired by thi
citv. An unnan e"d ity official
. | ted that the property would
mi an outright gift to Miami
becau e f the d counts allowed
I v I i WAA The property is
v'a ed at SI 400.000.
ypwsbits
Daniel p Sullivan has !>< en ap-
| p( tii direel if the
Inv n Division of the Law
Enforcemei t Institute of Dado
C ii ty. Aci or ling to Sullivan
the : law enforcement
in Da le i mnty is the -are prob-
lem that confronts every com-
munity when is organized
crime. "We must first find out
who tl se c rials are and tl e
weaknesses in law enforcement
that makes it possible for gangs-
ters, racketeei and Ramblers to
settle in I area and live off the
income of the citizens."
A ti n-year lease on the Stevens
Hotel, Collins Ave., has been tak-
en over by Red Pollack at a cost
ol : 57 i boo Harry Simberg is
t i ownei and builder. Pollack,
former night club owner, was as-
sociated with Ciro's and with the
Surrey Hotel which he built.
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would like to enjoy the
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The Service to thj I
"Gel Acquainted" Party
Held At North Beach
tion. National Council
1948. which reads as I -
lit.'! I. liuuv'tnti -^ *-
attention to SECTK >N 4 ol
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ThTunited States a, ? no,
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the Immigration Ac of May
a person displaced from the
or of his la,. de-ce b .
out-break of World War II: and !M
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account of~rsce. r'ioion or ...
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! aw should watc
of the av
persons interest)
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Y Voung men and
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Unveilings
Unveiling ol
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will officiate. 1
lives are requi U
Dress Shop Specializes

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Unveiling of a mi i
memory of the I '
Farr and one to the
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fJeniisli ttortdNkun
PAGE SEVEN
Division
its Soillin
ii Beach Chapter, Club 1,
I Pioneer Women's Organ-
for Palestine, held an
)n of officers at the first
ig of the group since the
felon of the Greater Mi-
Chapter into two divisions.
Icnry Scitlin was elected
mat She will be assisted by
following slate of officers:
liporo Levine, 1st vice pres-
Mrs. Rebecca Yunes, 2nd
Petition To Lift Arms
Embargo Sent to Truman
A resolution petitioning the
President of the United States
and the Secretary of State to lift
the arms embargo to Israel and
asking sanctions against the Arab
nations in view of their repudia-
tion of the obligations under the
United Nations charter, has been
forwarded to Washington by the
B'rai B'rith Council. Represent-
ing more than 5,000 members in
South Florida, the Council has
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S ft THERESA'S SNACK
li.ut at 218 w.st riagler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..f Dade County, Florida.
THERRSA A. WILLIAMS
HENRY DONAH
Equal Partners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
7/16-2.1-30 8/6-1.1
IK
, gone on record with an offer of.
resident: Mrs. Mary Stcpkin. coopo,.ation t() tho Miamj Zionist!
ing secretary; Mrs. Mary Emcrr,cncv Council and other!
n, corresponding secretary: Jewish organizations for a con-
David Freedman. financial t. ary; and Mrs. Ann; from senators, representatives and
other government officials. Readi-
ness to join in co-sponsored
rallies and mass meetings for the
purpose of stimulating public ac- \
tion has been announced by Wil-
liam L. Pallot, president, and ex-
ecutive secretary, Charles Jacob-
son. I
treasurer. Serving ac
nen are: Mrs. L. Kaplan,
Wth Hapoaloth! co-chairman,
[M. Shoher; Children's Res-.
hind, Mrs. Sadie Minovitz:
lairman, Mrs. Soria Fine-
National Fund, Mrs. B.
|an; co-chairman, Mrs. Min-
'Mendelsohn; refreshments,
[Pokola; sunshine, Mrs. Sele-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho fictitious name of
MOBLEYH MARKET at 107 Bast
Okeechol..... Drive, Hlaleah, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk .if the Circuit Courl <>r Dade
l '< unit y, Florida.
MARK S BURNETT
BAML'RI, LITTZ
WASMAN, SILVER & KAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7/16-23-80 8/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Little Bake Shop at 2127 S. W. 22ml
Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the f'lrcult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACOB I,. LIF8BT
Bole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
7/16-23-30 8/6-13
Three B. B. Lodges
Combine For Picnic
Tropical and Noith Shore
Lodges have been invited to join
with the Miami Beach Lodge
B'r.ai B'rith in the second annual
basket picnic to be held Sunday
at Greynolds Park Rock Shelter.
Starting at 10:30 a.m. the all-day
affair will be climaxed by a soft-
ball game between members of
the Miami Beach Lodge and a.
team composed of men from the
other two lodges. Special games
and races have been planned for
groups was found necessary the children. For transportation
rder to alleviate travel diffi- imembers may contact Samuel W
les of members on 1:oth sides Shapiro, general chairman of the
Be Bay. The Beach section [event, at 2-4181.
[henceforth be known as Pio-
Women's Organization Club
|l, Miami Beach (not affiliated
Beach Club No. 2); the Mi-
group has taken the name of
eer Women's Organization of
ii, Goldie Meyerson Group,
action was suggested and
roved by the national presi-
Bert Goldstein.
rs. Scitlin announced that a
fceon and a boatride are sched-
aniong the summer activi-
iBM. Pioneer Women
Separate Clubs
|e Pioneer Women's Organ-
>n. Club Number 1, of Griat-
liami has announced that its
jlbership of more than 160 has
divided into two separate
Bers. The formation of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sliver 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
s.iie Owner
RT.RY .STONE
Attorney for Applicant
1009-inio Congress Bllg.
7/18-23-30 S/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Meat and Food Market at 1156
N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HENRY KNEISSL
ALEXANDER SOLD
Partners
Myers, Helman and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicants
7/2-9-16-23-30
WIDOW
lid like to share her comfort-
ible home with congenial
companion
Kosher Close In
Phone 2-1398
B. B. Women Join Course
The Volunteer Workers Train-
ing Course has enrolled eight
B'nai B'rith women, announced
Mrs. Lenore Curtice, chairman o'
the Sholem Lodge Women's
Chapter Hospital Committee an-
nounced. In keeping with theii
motto "they shall not be for-
gotten," B'nai B'rith has under
taken veterans' hospital service
. their major post-war project.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I,ERNERS MARKET at 2000 North-
west 78th Street, Miami. Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
c..uit of Dade County, Florida
HARRY LERNER
MARTIN HI'llH
W ASM AN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7 16-23-30 B/6-13
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fi IN CHANCERY. No. 118231.
VINCENT JAMES OIRAFFA, Plain-
tiff, vs. RUTH OIRAFFA, Defend-
ant,
TO: RITII OIRAFFA
33-07 83rd Street
Jackson Heights,
Ing Island, NeW York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Hill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause
on or before August 12, 1948, other-
wise the Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Lei
this order be published once a we.k
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish lloriiiian. a newspaper pub-
lished in Hade County. Florida.
Dated tills 12 day of July. 1948.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
[Circuit Court Seali
By \VM W. STOCKTNO.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
attorney at Law
it23 Seybold I'.uilding
Miami, Florida
"/16-23-30 8/6 _______
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT ColRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118170.
HENRY E. FERRARA. Plaintiff, vs.
LUCILLE FERRARA, Defendant.
TO: Lucille Ferrara
4 l'age 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
Vugust, ll'is. otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this ll'th day of July. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE
Deputy Clerk.
II VKOLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
T 16-23-30 8/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_______ NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice hi hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Rill No
1176, Chapter No. 20053, Ijiws of Flor-
ida, 1941. will register with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County, Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice the
fictitious name. to-wif FIVF
O'CLOCK CLUB under which I am
engaged in business .,| 2002 Collins
Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach,
Florida.
That the party interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows-
_, BAM BARKEN.
JA( k. A. ARROTT,
Attorney for Applicant
7/2-9-1G-23
Top Price Paid for
EN'S USED CLOTHING
AL'S
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
Now in its new location
m:mji: K.
BREMBTAIf
Real Estate in All Its
Branches
337 y* N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-1953
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118258.
LENORE PACKARD, Plaintiff.
lii I lip PACKARD, Defendant.
TO: MR PHILIP PACKARD,
64fi 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, 194S, otherwise a I>ecree
pro confesso will be entered against
you In accordance with the Statutes
if the State of Florida so made and
provided.
Dated this i:i day of July. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
C|erk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
m^ NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
-Notice Is hereby given that
the
vs.
to
the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Hill No
IvES&t ?41V.W|" r"*'s"<- with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for
Dade County, Florida, upon receipt
"'proof of the publication Of this
ulC;'\.,,h" "''"""us name, to-wic
THE slack par under which we
h2!*isJ,t?.enga>reln b"'ness at num-
ber Ml Lincoln Road, in the City of
Miami Reach. Florida.
That the parties Interested In said
business enterprise, are as follows:
DAVID MILLER
IRVIN SHAPIRO
EARL PERTNOY
i.,..- A Co-PartnershIp
JACK a. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
!'2< Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
7/9-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <>i
:.-. 11 1 C.....pany (Not Incorporated)
l number S76S La Oorce Drive in the
Itv of Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
register the Bald name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
"ounty, Florida.
' THEODORE QOUDFINOER
BEATRICE OOLDFINQER
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
1204-05 Pacific Building
Miami vi, Florida.
7/23-30 8/6-18
/MAC C rOR EVERY
ULAJJ PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
b-umiture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and ResiWering Our Specialty
L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St. JEttOBMM
MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS Gl
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Public notice is hereby given, thai
beginning on the dates, as enumerated
below, between the hours of 9:30 A.M.
and :>'> P.M. and continuing from
day to day until all goods are sold,
w.- will sell at Public Auction to the
highest bidder for cash, at the ware-
houses Of the ATLAS Mr.VINi: ft
STORAGE WHSES., located at 243 s
W 6th St., Miami. Florida, the follow-
ing goods, wares and merchandise for
storage and other charges on which a
Hen on the same is claimed, to-wit:
DATE OF SALE
August 3, 1948
Household goods belonging to .Mrs
The above'notice to be published In
the Jewish Florldlan, a legal
paper, published in Miami.
once .a.ii week for two
Wtfald sale to be under and by virtue
of the statutes of the state of Fkr-
Ida, in such cases made andIpTOJ Id; d.
Signed ATLAS MOVING *
STORAGE WHSES.
By SAM F. LEV IT EN, MgT.
7/28-80__________
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 Congress Kulldlng
Miami. Florida
7/16-23-30 8/6
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned.....siring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Leon s Arrow French Cleaners &
Dyers at 139.. S \V. sth St.. Miami.
...i.'L .',' '/m'",'1 I" rplstp'- ""Id name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida
LARRY L. WHITE
ILONA WHITE.
_. Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
607 Olympla Rldg
7/2-9-16-2S-S0
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COI'RT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
118228.
ARTHUR ALLEN CLAY. Plaintiff,
VS. EVELYN JANE CLAY, De-
fendant.
TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY
2013 N. Lyndale Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a suit for divorce has been in-
stituted against you. and you are
hereby required to file therein your
appearance or answer on or before
August 9, 194S, otherwise the Mlega-
tions of said bill will be taken as
confessed bv you.
Dated this 12th day of July. 1948.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By wm. w.
BETH M. CDLP, Plaintiff, vs
t,cAm.T,:^/,'1'''' Defendant.
TO: MR. WALTER CCI.P
;:. FOREST AVENUE,
BELLEVIEW
PITTSHCRGH. PA
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
iiw an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce or before
July 30, IMS. otherwise a decree pro
confess., will be entered against you.
Dated this 2.. .lay of June 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
/eu ,. ,,,'l'k "' the Circuit
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. YV.
Court
news-
Florida.
consecutive
Louis F. Gillingham
DISPENSING OPTICIAN
Phone 5-9703
630-J Lincoln Road Miami Beach
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MARX M FABER
attorney for Plaintiff
ii2 Congress HuiLiinx
Miami. Florida
- 16-28-30 S/6
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEIIKHY aiVEN that
the iimlerslKned. desirltiK to engage In
business un.ler the fictitious names of
MODERN AUTO KADIATOit SERV-
ICE; MODERNIZED Al'TO RAIIA-
TOR SERVICE; MODERN KADIATOit
skiiviCE, at 624 N.W. Sth Street,
Miami, Dade County. Morlda, Intend
t.. register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVID Sl'SNKR
KllIiKHT fiORKN
l.f)l'IH SONA
ESqual Partners.
\.\ins BENJAMIN
attorney for Applicants
7/9-16-23-Sil S/6
HI'RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
12 Congress Building,
Miami. Florida.
7/2-9-16-23
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THTB
"Til JUDICIAL CIRC -IT \ AND
FOR DADR coi-ntv F oinnv
nW CHANCERy No 'llMM DA'
Q^R"B WASHINOTON ESKRIDOB,
ESfCRmns"'^ "?A BLIZABBTH
JP0*, Defendant.
c>o u- FY'VyWTll ESKRIDGB
C'o \\..i,.(..,. ivins
Harrington, Delaware
i.m^'.m ">A ELIZABETH ESK-
lill >.!-.. me hereby notlf'e.l to file
your appearance in the above cause
'or divorce on or before the SOth day
of July, 1!>4S. otherwise a ,\t
confesso will be entered
Dated: June 20, lots.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,, .. ''lerk. Circuit Court.
t( ircuit Court Seal)
By
ree pro
against you.
MARION BROOKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
7/2-9-16-23
M C. KI'iiR,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IF.RRYS Rx PHARMACY at 2237
S \V. 22nd Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
A. J. IONELZI
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
ii/2.". 7/2-9-16-23
_______________________________________________________ *____________________________________________i----------------------------------------------------------------
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.REBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
S & S Services at 1442 S. W. 8th
Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIMON SCHPBERT
SAMUEL, SPIEGEL.
M \RX FABER
attorney for Applicants
Congress Building
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFV that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
naming.. Trailer Park at 2950 N W
36th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to
register sajd name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
JOSEPH BPITZER
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Rldg
,'2-9-16 -23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to .linage in
business under the fictitious name of
AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 P W 44th
Court. Miami 31. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
NORMAN L. GREENIiERO
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
7/16-23-30 8/6-13


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LY, JULY 23. 1948 fJeniisli ttortdNkun PAGE SEVEN Division its Soil l i n ii Beach Chapter, Club 1, I Pioneer Women's Organfor Palestine, held an )n of officers at the first ig of the group since the felon of the Greater MiChapter into two divisions. Icnry Scitlin was elected mat She will be assisted by following slate of officers: liporo Levine, 1st vice presMrs. Rebecca Yunes, 2nd Petition To Lift Arms Embargo Sent to Truman A resolution petitioning the President of the United States and the Secretary of State to lift the arms embargo to Israel and asking sanctions against the Arab nations in view of their repudiation of the obligations under the United Nations charter, has been forwarded to Washington by the B'rai B'rith Council. Representing more than 5,000 members in South Florida, the Council has LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MICKEY'S ft THERESA'S SNACK li.ut at 218 w.st riagler Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida. THERRSA A. WILLIAMS HENRY DONAH Equal Partners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 7/16-2.1-30 8/6-1.1 IK gone on record with an offer of. resident: Mrs. Mary Stcpkin. coopo ,. ation t() tho Miamj Zionist ing secretary; Mrs. Mary Emcrr cncv Council and other! n, corresponding secretary: Jewish organizations for a conDavid Freedman. financial t r Dade l '< unit y, Florida. MARK S BURNETT BAML'RI, LITTZ WASMAN, SILVER & KAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7/16-23-80 8/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Little Bake Shop at 2127 S. W. 22ml Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the f'lrcult Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB I,. LIF8BT Bole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 Three B. B. Lodges Combine For Picnic Tropical and Noith Shore Lodges have been invited to join with the Miami Beach Lodge %  B'r.ai B'rith in the second annual basket picnic to be held Sunday at Greynolds Park Rock Shelter. Starting at 10:30 a.m. the all-day affair will be climaxed by a softball game between members of the Miami Beach Lodge and a. team composed of men from the other two lodges. Special games and races have been planned for groups was found necessary the children. For transportation rder to alleviate travel diffiimembers may contact Samuel W les of members on 1:oth sides Shapiro, general chairman of the Be Bay. The Beach section [event, at 2-4181. [henceforth be known as PioWomen's Organization Club |l, Miami Beach (not affiliated Beach Club No. 2); the Migroup has taken the name of %  eer Women's Organization of ii, Goldie Meyerson Group, action was suggested and roved by the national presiBert Goldstein. rs. Scitlin announced that a fceon and a boatride are schedaniong the summer activiiBM. Pioneer Women Separate Clubs |e Pioneer Women's Organ>n. Club Number 1, of Griatliami has announced that its jlbership of more than 160 has divided into two separate Bers. The formation of the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sliver 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 s.iie Owner RT.RY .STONE Attorney for Applicant 1009-inio Congress Bllg. 7/18-23-30 S/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Modern Meat and Food Market at 1156 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY KNEISSL ALEXANDER SOLD Partners Myers, Helman and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicants 7/2-9-16-23-30 WIDOW lid like to share her comfortible home with congenial companion Kosher — Close In Phone 2-1398 B. B. Women Join Course The Volunteer Workers Training Course has enrolled eight B'nai B'rith women, announced Mrs. Lenore Curtice, chairman o' the Sholem Lodge Women's Chapter Hospital Committee announced. In keeping with theii motto "they shall not be forgotten," B'nai B'rith has under taken veterans' hospital service their major post-war project. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I,ERNERS MARKET at 2000 Northwest 78th Street, Miami. Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit c..uit of Dade County, Florida HARRY LERNER MARTIN HI'llH W ASM AN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7 16-23-30 B/6-13 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fiecree pro confesso will be entered against you In accordance with the Statutes if the State of Florida so made and provided. Dated this i:i day of July. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, C| e rk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS m ^ NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -Notice Is hereby given that the vs. to the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Hill No IvES&t ? 41 V. W| r "*'s"re ln b "'ness at number Ml Lincoln Road, in the City of Miami Reach. Florida. That the parties Interested In said business enterprise, are as follows: DAVID MILLER IRVIN SHAPIRO EARL PERTNOY i.,... A Co-PartnershIp JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants !'2< Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 7/9-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name <>i •:.-. 11 •. 1 C pany (Not Incorporated) l number S76S La Oorce Drive in the •Itv of Miami Beach, Florida, Intend %  register the Bald name with the •lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade "ounty, Florida. THEODORE QOUDFINOER BEATRICE OOLDFINQER LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicant 1204-05 Pacific Building Miami vi, Florida. 7/23-30 8/6-18 /MAC C rOR EVERY ULA J J PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS b-umiture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and ResiWering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. JEttOBMM MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS Gl NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Public notice is hereby given, thai beginning on the dates, as enumerated below, between the hours of 9:30 A.M. and :> % %  '> P.M. and continuing from day to day until all goods are sold, w.will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the warehouses Of the ATLAS Mr.VINi: ft STORAGE WHSES., located at 243 s W 6th St., Miami. Florida, the following goods, wares and merchandise for storage and other charges on which a Hen on the same is claimed, to-wit: DATE OF SALE August 3, 1948 Household goods belonging to .Mrs The above'notice to be published In the Jewish Florldlan, a legal paper, published in Miami. once .a.ii week for two W tfald sale to be under and by virtue of the statutes of the state of FkrIda, in such cases made andIpTOJ Id; d. Signed ATLAS MOVING STORAGE WHSES. By SAM F. LEV IT EN, MgT. 7/28-80 BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff 112 Congress Kulldlng Miami. Florida 7/16-23-30 8/6 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned siring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Leon s Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers at 139.. S \V. sth St.. Miami. ...i.'L .','• '/M'",' 1 I" rp lstp '""Id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida LARRY L. WHITE ILONA WHITE. _. Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants 607 Olympla Rldg 7/2-9-16-2S-S0 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COI'RT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 118228. ARTHUR ALLEN CLAY. Plaintiff, VS. EVELYN JANE CLAY, Defendant. TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY 2013 N. Lyndale Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit for divorce has been instituted against you. and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before August 9, 194S, otherwise the Mlegations of said bill will be taken as confessed bv you. Dated this 12th day of July. 1948. E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. BETH M. CDLP, Plaintiff, vs T,C A M.T ,: ^/,' 1 ''•''• Defendant. TO: MR. WALTER CCI.P ;:. FOREST AVENUE, BELLEVIEW PITTSHCRGH. PA YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to iiw an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce „„ or before July 30, IMS. otherwise a decree pro confess., will be entered against you. Dated this 2.. .lay of June 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN. /eu ,. ,, l k "' the Circuit (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. YV. Court newsFlorida. consecutive Louis F. Gillingham DISPENSING OPTICIAN Phone 5-9703 630-J Lincoln Road Miami Beach CAMP CARIAXE HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA ONLY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE SOUTH American Jewish FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ALL COLTI^^D ATSffic AggVmW OUALIFIED COLLEGE TLACHEHb Mike Levine^University of Miami Physical Educat.on Instructor. P*9*ro DU^CM*^ FWROT I NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD C M N 0 T RR C lI SffiOEU AS f^A T r E ArH RE p C Hr§5^ 5 2988 |1438 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHON.. 5 2988 Resident Physician in Attendance WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL-LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC MARX M FABER attorney for Plaintiff ii2 Congress HuiLiinx Miami. Florida 16-28-30 S/6 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEIIKHY aiVEN that the iimlerslKned. desirltiK to engage In business un.ler the fictitious names of MODERN AUTO KADIATOit SERVICE; MODERNIZED Al'TO RAIIATOR SERVICE; MODERN KADIATOit SKIIVICE, at 624 N.W. Sth Street, Miami, Dade County. Morlda, Intend t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID Sl'SNKR KllIiKHT fiORKN l.f)l'IH SONA ESqual Partners. \.\ins BENJAMIN attorney for Applicants 7/9-16-23-Sil S/6 HI'RNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff • 12 Congress Building, Miami. Florida. 7/2-9-16-23 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THTB "Til JUDICIAL CIRC -IT \ AND FOR DADR COI-NTV F oinnv n W CHANCERy No 'llMM DA Q ^ R B WASHINOTON ESKRIDOB, ESfCRmns "'^ "? A BLIZABBTH JP 0 !"!" *, Defendant. c>o uFY'VyWTll ESKRIDGB C'o \\..i,.(..,. ivins Harrington, Delaware I.M^'.M >A ELIZABETH ESKlill >.!-.. me hereby notlf'e.l to file your appearance in the above cause 'or divorce on or before the SOth day of July, 1!>4S. otherwise a ,\t confesso will be entered Dated: June 20, lots. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,„, .. ''lerk. Circuit Court. t( ircuit Court Seal) By ree pro against you. MARION BROOKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff 7/2-9-16-23 M C. KI'iiR, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IF.RRYS Rx PHARMACY at 2237 S \V. 22nd Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. A. J. IONELZI WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant ii/2.". 7/2-9-16-23 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF.REBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of S & S Services at 1442 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIMON SCHPBERT SAMUEL, SPIEGEL. M \RX FABER attorney for Applicants Congress Building 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFV that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of naming.. Trailer Park at 2950 N W 36th St., Miami. Florida. Intends to register sajd name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JOSEPH BPITZER Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Rldg ,'2-9-16 -23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to .linage in business under the fictitious name of AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 P W 44th Court. Miami 31. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. NORMAN L. GREENIiERO Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 7/16-23-30 8/6-13



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ID AY, JULY 23, 1948 +Jewisti Fhjrudtoaiti PAGE THREI I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF :NATOR CLAUDE PEPPER I Listening to the Dixiecrats fating about "States Rights," )ur own peculiar civilization," /hitc supremacy," brings back le.nories of school days. These beeches have overtones of the K it debate between Lincoln and DUglas. With eyes closed, one >uld readily imagine himself ark in the year of Grace, 1848. Heaven knows we have enough jmplaints against Mr. Truman Jut on the issue of Civil Rights, happens to be on the side of ]c angels. Southern reactionaries Isemble Burbons: they neither lam nor forget. For them, the %  Ussian revolution, the defeat of Eitlerism, the two World War? rere a. pur e waste. They still ream of a feudal society, with white oligarchy riding on the lacks of a negro serfdom. But there is another South, lank Heaven. In this camp are ie Ellis Arnalls, the Hugo Hacks, the Ralph Magills, the );,vid Cohns. These progressive )irits would rescue the South om prc-Confederate obscurantm. Their most eloquent spokesjnan is our own Senator Pepper. When Claude Pepper gets up the morning, one can readily %  nagine, he rubs his eyes and Jsks himself, "Where am I? mgton? The U.S. Senate? Is |t possible, or am I dreaming?" ,'ith what humility he carries limself. Not the assumed Uriah leep pose of the politician who lefore election puts on a ragged luit and rants how hard he workId to support his "pore old mother." Pepper has a Lincolnes|Ue quality—the humility of the krulv great. Whether in a corridor t.,e National Capital, or in a kwanky hotel on Miami Beach, or n !"is farm at Tallahassee, he is Iways approachable—even to the mr blest. 'epper the Liberal It so happens that our Claude fs gifted. As an eloquent speaker ic has no peer in Congress. On t:le stump, he's a masterful camiaigner; on the platform, lyrical ind forceful; on the floor of the Senate, a logical debater. But his International reputation is not due to his gifts. Goebbels was also talented. It is Pepper, the Liberal. who has captured the imagination of progressive, forward looking people everywhere. It is Pepper, the Liberal, whom we would (ike to see President of the U.S. Claude Pepper comes naturally jy his liberalism. Forces shaped lis destiny. In College at TuscaK>sa, he worked his way by helping to wait on tables. At Harvard Law School, he came unJer the influence of Felix Frankfurter. Under F. D. R., he was militant New Dealer. In the 1930's, Pepper was an uncompromising hater of Hitlerism. All is life an enemy of anti-semitism. T advocated a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine long before (Brael became a state. Mot that Pepper is a starryf.ved idealist. He is shrewd and tonny. He knows the devious pays of practical politics. He is n Henry Wallace who could let the Presidency slip through his fingers. It is the American tradition to be a great idealist and yet conversant with all the tricks of the political game. The biofiraphies of Jefferson, Lincoln, Wilson, and both Rooscvelts will demonstrate this quite clearly. It is because Pepper is a skillful, resourceful politician, who knows the score, that all the more credit is due him. Any child knows that it is dynamite for a Southern politician to favor rights for the negro. Yet Pepper worked to abolish the poll tax; he favored a national anti-lynch law. He is known to sympathise with the unpopular Civil Rights measure. Last year, when in Tallahassee I heard him address the Florida legislature. He opposed sending aid to Greece. In so serious a step that might lead to war, our government should have referred it first to the U.N. He did not flinch before the hostle lawmakers, who under their breath were calling him a communist. Pepper has the moral courage to take the unpopular side. He maintained a militant liberalism in the face of strongly mounting reaction that followed the death of F. D. R. A champion of the forgotten man, Claude Pepper stands out as the greatest figure in history of Florida. Schindlers Await News Of Son, Mystery Pilot Mrs. Sam Schindler, 1425 Meridian Ave.. is still awaiting word from her son Captain I. R. Schindler, pilot of the mystery B-17 bomber which landed this week in the Azores after a perilous flight from Halifax. When the plane left Halifax it had no radio transmitter, a missing engine cowling and only two parachutes for the nine men aboard. It is believed possible that the plane is headed for Palestine. A passenger, Philip Mark, who claims he lost his passport when leaving Halifax, admitted the destination of the Flying Fortress was the state of Israel. Mark worked as engineer in the crew. Mrs. Schindler stated that she did not know whether Irwin was a Zionist. "I think he just flies for the fun *ol it," she said. Another son Roland was killed four years ago in the service when his ammunition ship blew up. IN THE MAIL Proud Editor Jewish Floridian: The open letter by Marvin Zalis in last week's issue of the |Jewish Floridian made me, and, I believe, every religious Jew proud. Yes, we live and fall by our Torah. A land for Israel not based on the Torah of Israel for the people of Israel is inconceivable. These three are the basic Jewish trinity.—land, people and Torah. I want to assure young Marvin Zalis, that at least one Rabbi in our community is keenly concerned in Torah Zionism. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, now honorary president of the Miami Beach Mizrachi, founded our chanter eight years ago. Rabbi Uri Felshin, of blessed memory, was president of our chapter before me. There are three women's Mizrachi chapters in greater Miami. Our chapters have not only raised funds for Torah Zionism: they have helped religious education in our country, and supplied excellent leaders in our and other communities. We wouid welcome the opportunity to help Marvin and young men like him organize a Poel HaMizrachi organization in greater Miami. What do you say, Marvin? Sincerely, DR. J. M. SAFRA. President. C. G. Center Announces The Coral Gables Jewish Center announces that High Holy Day Services will be held at the Coral Gables Women's Club. E. Herman Fisher, chairman of the" committee, has secured Cantor Joseph Malek to officiate at the ceremonies. GIFT PARCELS TO ISRAEL Services Approved by Miami Zionist District GREAT CIRCLE AIR FREIGTERS LTD. Miami International Airport Information—88-4626 "Good For Your Health" 40 OCEAN DRIVE Phones 58-2763 — 5-3145 MIAMI BEACH v, UJ :a The Only Store Catering Exclusively in HALF SIZE and LARGE SIZE LADIES* APPAREL 14 Vz to 26Va and 18 to 52 HARRIS LASHER 620 LINCOLN ROAD Edna Harris Edna Lasher Upholstering f Slip COM: ers Draperies Bed Spreads f Head Hoards | Corniees Made to Order U Reasonably Priced I Quality work guaranteed I THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J.J RAWL50N* 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE 1 PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES B. B. Council To Plan Air To Israel Projects The monthly meeting of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will take place Thursday in the Council offices, 30 Seybold Building at 8:15 p.m. Sheduled for discussion are the proposed plans for B'nai B'rith groups to communicate with President Truman regarding the critical situation inIsrael. Local aid-to-Israel projects will be planned, and community service programs for August, September and October will be outlined by president Willian L. Pallot. Reports will be heard from Mrs. Harry Gordon, chairman of the budget committee, and Marx Faber, chairman of the committee on constitutional revisions. Travel Frocks —and Accessories The exact type of frocks for travel and vacation wear are sometimes difficult to find. Not here, the selection is large, the styles up-to-the-minute, and they are moderately priced. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION BILT RITE VENETIAN BLIND CO. SPECIALISTS IN VENETIAN BLINDS Phone 4-6921 21 Almeria Avenue Coral Gables A i mm Try this tempting treat! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING All the high-quality HorowitzMargareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old home-stvle Jewish way. Economical, too .. save work, time, money! 1U* laiim UlU fOM UX < jood! PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIONAL ISIKAMIS. INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida Phone 2-7405 THE ESTABLISHED PRACTICE IN MODERN CEMETERIES IS AS FOLLOWS: In order to keep families toqether, when 75% to 80% of any section has been sold, the remaining portion of that section is withdrawn from general sales, to be made available, exclusively, to the next of kin of lot owners in that section. Because it is necessary to wait an indefinite period for the disposal of these unsold lots, prices are always advanced on the lots reserved. THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY ANNOUNCES THAT. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1st, 1948. SECTIONS 1 & 4 WILL BE WITHDRAWN FROM GENERAL SALES. PRICES WILL BE ADVANCE ON THE LOTS IN THESE SECTIONS AFTER THAT DATE. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT LOT OWNERS WHO WISH TO EXPAND THEIR HOLDINGS. AND NEXT OF KIN OF LOT OWNERS WHO WISH TO RESERVE THEIR FAMILY SITES, AT THE PREVAILING PRICES, SHOULD DO SO BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1st 1948. 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ac d uncijk JiBwiislhJEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY >D *ItI K -iUIfB 21—NUMBER 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS N. Forces Truce Acceptance For Arabs Israel Israeli Army Ordered To Fight Back nly Holdout To UN Order; Refuses Immigration Restrictions SUCCESS, (HA)—All Arab states except Iraq notified [ Nations Secretariat that they issued a cease-fire their troops in Palestine, a U.N. spokesman said here. i Government, he explained, asked for more time. xepting the truce, the. Arab League notified the U.N. conditions that it demet: 1. Jewish immust be completely uring the truce; 2. PalArab refugees must be 0 return to their homes ewish areas; and, 3. A time limit must be set truce. As it stands now, is of indefinite dura1 a permanent solution Palestine problem is IN ; cil He' firtt / ^ow certain that the PalImediator, Count Folke kte, had suspended — at Imporarily—his plan for into Jerusalem 1,000 irds. U.N. circles expresselief that Bernadotte now place the city under rigid supervision" by inthe number of U.N. miligervers. lile, dispatches from released here said that >tte told a press conferhis island headquarters j is arrival that the biggest ting him was setting up [supervision machinery in make the Security Counsr effective, this is accomplished, the r asserted, the next step to resume negotiations be[the Jews and Arabs. Howie indicated that in view of Ct that the current truce is pte, there is "no rush" to ch negotiations under way. irealed that he expects the fontingent of military ob to arrive soon in Rhodes, vill serve as truce control larters, he said, while will be maintained as the tion center. Spokesman for the Israeli iment here said after the ncement of the Arabs' ace of the truce: "By acthe truce, the Israeli govlt has not accepted any reDn on its immigration polther than that relating to ug men—that is, men bearfms or identified as belongmilitary organizations." text of Israel's message acig the truce, which was sent Foreign Minister Moshe jk, follows: ive honor acknowledge reyour telegram containing |resolution Security Council communicate you following tion adopted by provisional iment Israel after its confovisional government of Is laving taken note of resolu|of Security Council of Julv 1948, decided comply with Sil's request for resumption in Palestine and for imite unconditional cease-fire rusalem. Provisional governis ready issue necessary to both effects as soon as notified that all Arab govlents and authorities conid have likewise accepted in Palestine and immediate ^-fire in Jerusalem and hav'e orders for these arrangeto take effect at respective laid down in resolution sional government accepts iption of truce in accordance with its declared attitude as to conditions to be observed. "Regarding cease-fire in Jerusalem, haveinstructed our representative Jerusalem approach consular commission for receipt notification of Arab decision. As to truce, would appreciate earliest possible advice as to procedure whereby we can be notified in time of decision ArSb governments involved tf in aggiessior. throughout Palestine." SOS Coiled*! NEW YORK, (JTA)—More than 6,561,000 pounds of foodstuffs, clothing, medical supplies and other relief materials were contributed to the SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) collection of the Joint Distribution Committee during the first half of this year, it was announced here by Mrs. Isaac Gilman, national cochairman of the drive. As Syrians-Iraqi Troops Violate Truce TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Israeli Army's general staff this week issued orders to commanders on all fronts to fight back wherever the Arabs violate the United Nations truce and to observe the cease-tire strictly wherever the Arabs do. The order came after continuous Arab violations of the truce, particularly in the north Military Meet to Set lerusalem Borders State Dept. Urges Basic Changes For Immigration Code WASHINGTON, (JTA)—State Department officials, testifying this week before a Senate immigration investigation, have advocated a number of basic change.' in the immigration code as it presently exists. The chief suggestion was to change the law from a non-selective one—immigrants are admitted unless a specific rule bars their entrance—to a selective one. Robert C. Alexander, assistant chief of the Department's Visa Division, asserted that the ideal selective immigration law was that in the Argentina. When Congressman Ed Gossett of Texas asked Alexander whether the division had a record of the number of Jews admitted to this country during the past .few years;, the State Department official said that no such record was maintained. Eliot B. Coulter, associate chief of the Visa Division, recommend ed that immigrants be admitted quotas either of their counon tries of origin or of countries o.' which they are nationals at the the time of immigration. Under the present law immigrants are charged against the quotas oi countries in which they were born, a practice which frequently works hardships by exhausting small quotas for years in advance and not using up others. JERUSALEM. (JTA)—Negotiations between Israeli and Arab military commanders in Jerusalem begun this week for the nurpose of establishing "frozen boundaries" between the respective and Arab and Jewish zones, it was reported here. The U.N. -onsular truce commission participated in the discussions. A high Israeli officer told correspondents that at the time the cease-fire went into effect, the Arabs held only three of the total >f 40 miles of the main Tel AvivJerusalem highway. Despite this traffic between the two cities will proceed under U.N. auspices during the truce period. The officer also revealed that in the Arab shelling of the modern section of the city—following the breaking of the initial truce—a B'nai B'rith home for children was severely damaged, but there were no casualties. In a sum-up of the present military situation, the Israeli officer disclosed that the Jews have recaptured Har Tuv. 15 miles west of here, which was abandoned on May 15. Israeli forces also seized an Arab village of the same name. a railroad station and an important strategic police fort in the area which the Arabs occupied after the British withdrew from Jerusalem. The Jews now control a string of villages and strategic mountain strongpoints all the way from Jerusalem to the piains along the coast. North of the main highway, the Tsraelis captured a number of heights over-looking the road between Latrun and Ramallah, encircling the Arab Legion garrison at Latrun. In the event of further hostilities in this area, Israeli forces could easily cut off all Arab supplies to the major base at Ramallah. in and on the central front. Syrian and guerrilla units were active on the northern fronts, whileIraqi and other guerrilla units of Fawzi Kaukuji's "Liberation Army" were pressing attacks in the central area. Miner Arab activity was also reported on the southern front. Meanwhile, an Israeli government spokesman declared that except for Jerusalem no U.N. truce observers are yet on duty in Palestine. He revealed that of all the cease-fire breaches the heaviest and most serious are those committed by the Syrians in the north Asserting that the Israelis consider themselves "at liberty to attack Syrian troops wherever they are," the spokesman added: The Jewish Army command is determined not to cease fighting until the Syrians have been taught their lession." Disclosing that Syrian attacks have cost the Jews a number of casualties and the loss of at least one strategic position, the spokesman said that the Israeli Army had opened an attack on the Mishmar Hayarden bridgehead— hejd by the Syrians—in order to relieve the pressure against Jewish positions elsewhere. Syrian attacks were particularly heavy on Tel Azizia. on the northwestern border of Syria and West German State Will Not Effect DP's FRANKFURT, (JTA) — The formation of a western German state will not jeopardize the position of *"extra-territoriality" enjoyed at present by displaced persons in Germany. U.S. Military Governor Gen. Lucius D. Clay declared at a press conference here this week. "Until the last displaced persons leaves Germany," Gen. Clay declared, "the U.S. will retain jurisdiction over .all DP camps." In reply to a question as to what he intended to do to give German police the right to enter the DP camps. Clay replied: "Nothing." UN Threatens Sanctions To Terminate Warfare Israel where fighting had been raging since before the truce came into effect. Syrian artillery also shelled the Jewish settlements of Shaar Hagolan and Massada, on the southern shore of the Sea of Galilee, as well as the village of Ein Geb. was repulsed by the Jews. A Syrian plane bombed the Jewisn held village of Quaqun northeast of Tulkarm. The Iraqi attacks this week took place at a number of points on the central coastal plain from Ziohron Yaachov, about 20 miles; south of Haifa to the Tulkarm area. Other battles were fought with guerrilla units and Iraqi troops north of Jenin. On the northern coast of Nahariah, about 20 miles above Haifa, the inhabitants were alerted when an Arab olane flew overhead, but no> bombs were dropped. It was officially reported that the Iraqi attacked Ramath Harkovesh, Kfar Hess. Midgal Zedek and Ras el Ain—all northeast of Tel Aviv in the Haifa-Tulkarm sector. On the battlefield at Maanit, halfway between Ziehror. Yaacov -aid Tulkarm. the Arabs left a score/ of bodies when they were finally beaten -off after an attack which lasted for many hours. The Iraqi shelled Zraim, in the Gilboa mountains. On the southern front the Egyptians made a determined but unsuccessful attempt to regain Biras Luj which the Jews seized before the truce. Otherwise, the southern front was fairly quiet. However, the Egyptians have been regrouping and maneuvering in front of Hatta and Karatia, two. towns which the Jews captured before the truce and which' opened the supply route to theJewish settlements in the Negev.. Before the truce came into effect Jewish forces penetrated to> about 20 miles northeast of Nazareth and captured Lubia, a strategic village lying athwart the Haifa-Tiberias road. With this move and the seizure of several other villages in the area the Jews established full


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>AY, JULY 23. 1948 *Jeni*ti MnridTfon PAGE FIVE %  4* ,. m -.Wi.limaiis ChooseIWronker Leads Charter < Stilton Island At home, 1741 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, N. Y., after a wedding trip to Highview, N. Y., are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lloyd Wishman, who were married July 20 in the Aperion Manor, Brooklyn, N. Y. by the Rev. Morris Mitzner, executive director of the Jewish Community Center, Brooklyn. Mrs. Wishman is the former Miss Selma J. Lipsitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lipsitz of 1741 Victory Blvd., Castleton Corners, Staten Island, N. Y. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman, 1245 Penn. Ave., Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her father, the bride's only attendant was Miss Sheila A. Wishman, sister of the groom. Kenneth L. Lipsitz, brother of the bride, was best jjjan. Mrs. Wishman is a graduate of Curtis High school, N. Y., and received her degree from the School of Commerce at New York UniMembers Of New Chap. For the first time in its history the National Children's Cardiac Home has formed a men's chapter. Herman Wronker is serving as temporary chairman. The en r rollment of charter members is now under way with a deadline of October 1 set for those desiring to have their names inscribed on the charter. Prospective members are asked to send their dues of $5 to Herman Wronker, 281 S.W. 20th Rd., or to the Home at 4250 West Flakier St. The National Children's Cardiac Home, which is open to children of all creeds, has earned a nation-wide reputation for the results it has achieved in helping youngsters afflicated with cardiac conditions. M. B. Zionist Move Alfred Stone, president of the Zionist Organization of America, announces the removal of the office to Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. The mailing address is post office box 2494, Miami Beach: telephone 58-3401. Delinquent members are asked to pay their dues before July 31 by Dr. Leo M. Levin, membership chairman. JpiC 3-0869 Hadassah Slates Dance The. Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will sponsor a dance and water show at the Carribbean versity, where she was a member pffotel, August 8 at 8 p.m. The Mrs. Richard Sneider j'liriii.-iii 1 iiit*s Lichard Sneiders JThe midday marriage of Miss tivian Shapiro, daughter of HerIan Shapiro and Mrs. Ether lapiro, 641 10th St., Miami each, to Richard M. Sneider, son |f Mr. and Mrs. J. Sneider, 733 Iichigan Ave., Miami Beach, took lace at the home of Rabbi Irving tehrman, Sunday, June 20. Miss Shirley Shapiro, sister of ie bride was maid of honor, and eonard Shapiro, brother of the Iride was best man. The bride was a graduate of imi Bead) High school and atlended the University of Miami. ie groom was also graduated pom Miami Beach High school ind served three years in the Coast Guard. After a motor trip through the State, the couple is residing 2312 S.W. 17th St. of Lambda Gamma Phi sorority. 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' • • • • i PAGE FOUR *jtnistncridHan FRIDAY, IULY 2a EDITOSRIAL Promise And Periormame Now that the Democratic National Convention has adopted a strong pro-Israeli plank in its 1948 platform there is reason to hope that Mr. Truman, the cand date and President, will proceed to translate his party's resolution into deeds. In the light of the Democratic Party s unequivocal support of the revision of the arms embargo and its pledge to oppose any U.N. resolution to "the extent that it may prevent any such revision," it seems rather odd that the U.b. delegate to the Security Council should have sponsored and supported a resolution re-imposinq a world arms embargo on the M ddle East when it is an admitted fact that such a course rebounds only to the benefit of the Arabs. Another disturbing development was U.S. support of the Council's resolution curbing immigration into Israel. Since the Democratic resolution speaks of the "state of Israel" and pledges full recognition of that state, it seems to us that logic demanded that the U.S. delegate would oppose any limitation upon the basic sovereignty rights of that state. The fact that the immigration clause covers the Arab states as well does not mean anything. There is no immigration to those states. Both major American political parties have taken a stand on the Palestine guest.on. Because the Democratic Party is in office, the task of implementing the party's pledges rests on President Truman. He is in a position of translating the promises into action. We will leave it to the legalists to determine what he can do on the arms embargo issue. But the least he can do now is to extend immediate de jure recognition to Israel, appoint full official diplomatic representa > /J/SW.EU I tion to ine new for including it in the U.S. aid program and proceed immediati :atic pledgi ppi : %  >ping its econ Thv Task Interesting facts on the economic conditw, of Palestine were recently released by Dr. i a Goldstein in his capacity as national chairmn.1 of the United Palestine Appeal. The highlights of the situation are: An av age Israeli family must have at least $300 %  month to maintain its pre-war Standard of W in new building constructions the average ren for a room fluctuates between S30 and $50 pj month; retail food pr'ces have risen about 2H percent since* 1939 while wages and salarJ have risen about 125 to 150 percent. To rneg the gap between average earnings and expen& tures it is imperative that at least two memb, o a farhily are employed. In addition, the report shows that at lea S220 is required to meet the initial and bar; needs of an immigrant during his first month | Israel. Even these meager figures emphasize t]*| colossal task facing the new slate of Israel D maintaining its economic equilibrium. They alio demonstrate what efforts He ahead for the U.P.A. agencies in their task of adjusting the newo.| rivals of Israel during the early period of I resettlement. The burden of a war economy falls heavily I on the strongest and biggest of countries. What I it does to a new state is obvious. American ]i can help ease the burden by assuming major responsibilities for the funds needed for imnd gration and resettlement purposes. While Israel is fighting for its existence, the least we American Jews can do is to meet our obi gations to the thousands of Jews in Europe to whom survival | and Israel are indivisible. Personally Speaking Off the Record illal v ke 1 %  '"'"'to hi : ^ a : to be %  Among vacationers at Duncraggon Inn, Henderson vilic N. C.. are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schim v r, ,ons on a lM !" mel, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bock, Mrs. Harold Kelman, Mrs. Mau Klein, Milton Julian and Sam W. Shapiro, ell of Miami. + %  •-. I %  •• in| Connie Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson because of Russia's refusal is leaving July 25, for Florida State University Music Camp at Tallahassee. Another daughter, Rema, is a counselor at Ccmp Carlyle, Hendersonville. N. C. marks that Hay's protest was | widely read in American synagogues "and helped the Republican ticket" This is casually I followed by an observation that American termination of its com-j mercial treaty with Russia it I hinl • • %  : street lion ... First • • Pal | ... • Spending a few days last week at Mayview Manor, Blowing Rock. N. C, were Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Reuters o! '•" Vacationing at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York "... an Mrs. Charles Greenfield and her daughter, Miss Shirley G: field, 2315 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Esther Cohen and daughter, Roslyn, left by auto 1 Wednesday, for New York City, where they will visit Mrs. Cohen's father, Samuel Friedman, for two weeks. Mr. Fr edman i will then accompany Mrs. Cohen and Roslyn back to Miami Beach, where he will make his home with the Cohens. S21 51s-. St. Mrs. Cohen is the wife of Wilfred Cohen of the Allied Masonry contractors at Miami Beach. Now traveling north JaL month vacahon are M, I Mrs. George Sugerman and their children. Roberta and Barrv. Their first stop w.ll be Chicago, after which they will travel to e Canada. Niagara Falls and New York. -* %  -* Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Meyers. 1710 N.W. 6th St. %  : %  %  r ould be to honor passports ot American M,v ( ''\ v j ews was "a slap that was ad. ... ministered in response to Jew* n the American pressure %  nt th Egyp: • %  uncinfi was hot role ted in • %  o, China ha.support ri luctant i fore the ted in '•'.' I the A he Se jews to Palestine 1 Presthing grimly humo.. mediately tempting to force Jews whom" •ii would not receive upon Aral* Speaking of the late Mayor La Guardiat| stuiing attack on Hitler in 1931, the learned prof, sor paren-l t: etically remarks that the Mayor was "himself of Jewish ongi:" He passes on the information I that one-fourth of the Jewish Americans were opposed tO ON I. airing the immigiation doors in 1938 ... In Truman's plea to Bevin for the admis ion <>f e sees "some-1 ions about atIf Tru not nitinn to Is until the end of July are Mrs. Louis Simon and daughter Judith of Sea Gate, N. Y. Honored by a shower given last Sunday by Miss Kath< Peretzman, was Miss Norma Schwartz, fiance of Joseph Reisman, at the home of Miss Schwartz' grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Peretzman. 926 15th St.. Miami Beach entail; t that Briti %  • : Srnu e h Ml ,h M w Wiener ^ Mn :*> bb Y* -Pending the summer with Mr Wiener s parents Mr and Mrs. Herman Wiener, at i Hotel Sunny land, Parksv.lle, N. Y. Mr. Wiener will join then at a later date. ,,• %  A son, Jeffrey Alan, was born to Mr. and Mrs Mvcr H Abrams. 1714 S.W. 18th St.. July 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital i His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Sinner of Miami. Mrs. Abrams' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Sinaei of Brooklyn, N. Y.. came to Miami to attend the bris of he! first great grandchild. On a short vacation to visit relatives in Canada is Mrs Jennie Dolgin of 900 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach.' i [i ise polv. :1! be disapliterl A Professor Strays r of t il Stan' %  : ling authority • i the intellect t fles Since 1 son e of the %  i nt book "The treet." published by • • • no n< ed for am• I immimell %  % %  pot ting pot" Foreigi hi potentates tlanl ausi ind u e their %  %  i to i lub public of• i will" soi calls for%  en I yphenau ore hvphenates rwho wanted them evei less thai NEW YORK. (JTA)-RehabUiset aside for this project, includtation plans to aid some 8,000 Jews in Italy and Rumania attain economic independence wereannounced here by Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. A total of $450,000 has been ing a special S50.000 allocation : e.-tablishing a credit cooperative in Milan. The over-all proi calls for strengthening exist cooperatives and setting up new ones, particularly for Jewish skilled workers, professional men and merchants. dull I %  • ii. • %  • • rr hvpli. nat ><• the polls! .tiveAme nvenientlv igfact that theforeigrl :;,n.,,„,vc %  I %  Americ* of the He rants • al -: Cit; today is the "u-ted capital of wor* JeWry" lan-1 Jew. whort> he calls bvamuuS" lhan national %  Abdullah is too mart! on financial help from I pi This would make in the hands 0 f his dream of a Larger Syria we did, and witi. letter reason Conveniently forgetting Wj Jewish public opinion was divided on the question of the loan to Britain in 1946 Rabbi Stephen S. Wise publicly defend* the loan—the by-now sir.king_pn>| fessor records the "bill W"JJ Iv approved despite Jew"* oosition" and that if rejected "we woul< striking illustration that can be done when the ny phtpate hoists his own flag aM frT3t of his adopted country %  % %  ave had i| of the ham not losi Bi Euro' trait like the GermanSpeaking of : )ms in Rumania in 1902 and the note of protect tent to Bucharest by Secretary of State Hay, this teacher ot history revjmistifkridtoi^ n Published every P' 10 3 *.')*) N I y The J.wi.h Flondian Sixth Street. Miami S.J W !" Ju |, tered as second class "'"*, >jM ,930. at 'he PostOJ^.* 3 ,jP Fla.. under the Act •* "V" tiU m The Jewish F\ r >**" ri t M J"*!* the Jewish Unity ;f, ,n ; i|h T # Weekly. Member of the J £ qraphic A 0 ency. Seven Arts ^ Syndicate. Worldwide NJJT& A< National Editorial AMMM^aj can Association of *"\m#)m* Newspaoers. 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