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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Oil Refineries Reopen
"We re-
refineries
isoline re-
sly low,"
ritz Bern-
rence here
have had
several
us crude
feu The re-
at the re-
main vic-
>rt. We do
Hie British
fce they did
refineries,
le added,
rnment has
Ing United
with a pro-
m/r crude oil
to the Haifa refinery. U.S. au-1 ern Europe first.
thorities have been told that all
surplus oil, not required for local
consumption, would be made
available to the European Recov-
ery Program. At the same time,
the authorities were informed
that if the United States is unable
to supply the Haifa refinery, the
Israeli government will be com-
pelled to accept offers of crude
oil from Rumania. It is pointed
out here that the Haifa refinery is
capable of supplying 3,000,000
tons for E.R.P. in the next 12
months, which is nearly 20 per-
cent of the total oil allocation.
The Rumanian offer to supply
crude oil, it was learned here, is
conditional on Israeli agreement
that all surplus refined kerosene
will be offered for sale to East-
would be Iraq and the other Arab
Either way, Israeli authorities I states which in the past drew
believe that once the Iraqi see their supplies of refined oil pro-
Haifa operating without oil from
Kirkuk, they will reconsider their
decision to cut off the pipeline
flow. That decision, unless it is
promptly reversed, will cost
Iraq's treasury about $12,000,000
a year, which is more than one-
quarter of the country's entire
national revenue. The loss of this
amount would be felt with parti-
cular severity this year since the
national expenditure has sharply
increased as a result of the war
in Palestine and revenues dropped
due to a serious drought and
locust plague.
Should the Haifa refinery con-
tinue to operate successfully
without Iraqi oil, the main losers
ducts from Haifa. The Tripoli re-
finery in the Lebanon is unable
to take its place because of
Tripoli's capacity is only 250,000
tons a year.
n Offers Aid To Arabs
TA) The
jis week ad-
lty Council
contribute
Ro a United
b refugees
a result of
this offer,
Alexander
l Council to
adopt the following three-point
program:
1. The Council should impress
the Palestine mediator with the
urgency of the Arab refugee prob-
lem.
2. The Council should ask the
International Red Cross to under-
take a preliminary survey of the
conditions of the Arabs.
3. The Council shouldin the
ran Alerts Jerusalem
rA)Col. Moshe Dayan. commander of the
liem, called upon all Jewish inhabitants here
unprovoked attacks by the Arab Legion. At
rdered Jewish troops to be ready "for any
Jewish military commander was issued follow-
Arab Legion guns directed at the Jewish-
| quarter, which resulted in the death of one
Arab Legion also attacked a Jewish convoy
supplies under the supervision of United
U.N. observers were wounded by the
event that the Red Cross reports
that the Arabs are in need of aid
place at the disposal of the
Red Cross a special fund for al-
leviating the refugees' plight.
In his review of the Arab dis-
placed persons, Cadogan linked
the plight of the Jewish DP's in
Europe with that of the Pales-
tinian Arabs. Describing the dis-
placed Jews in Europe as the
"aggravating problem" in the
Palestine dispute, Cadogan sug-
gested that they be repatriated
through established U. N. agen-
ciespresumably the Internation-
al Refugee Organization and
hinted that if this repatriation
plan is not carried out soon, the
British may propose an alter-
native plan.
In his diagnosis of the Arab
refugee problem, Cadogan esti-
mated the number to be between
250,000 and 550,000. He listed 56,-
000 in Transjordan, the same
number in Lebanon, about 70,000
Syria and "a considerable
Dr. A. B. Silver
Issued Visa
NEW YORK, (JTA)Special
visa nurnber one for Israel was
issued this week to Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, chairman of the
American section of the Jewish
Agency, in ceremonies which
marked the official opening of
the Israeli Consulate General in
New York. Dr. Silver will leave
for Israel next month to attend
a meeting of the General Zionist
Council in Tel Aviv.
Arthur Lourie, consul general,
also announced the appointment
of several consular officers. At
the same time, it was announced
that the Israeli Office of Informa-
tion here has opened a special-
ized reference service at the Con-
sular Office. Under the direction
of Mrs. Rinna Dafni, the refer-
in
of the Jewish forces in Jerusalem simul-
members of the military forces not to sign
'Israeli government to make Jerusalem the
i petition is now being distributed among Jews
rgun Zvai Leumi. Prof. Joseph Klausner, who
ted the Revisionists, broadcast his withdrawal
Iso-called "referendum" regarding the future j ^he chair, which is presided over
the Irgun is now conducting in its petition
I (Continued on Page 4)
Fighting Continues
In South Palestine
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A sporadic
exchange of fire continues on the
southern front between Israeli
and Egyptian troops. The com-
munique also said that elsewhere
in Palestine the situation was
quiet. However, several truce
breaking incidents over the week-
end were reported from the vicin-
ity of Lajjun, where Fawzi el
Kaukuji's irregulars are operat-
ing.
Meanwhile, Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Shertok sent a
letter to Bernadotte explaining
once again the Jews' objections
to the readmission of Arab refu-
gees who fled Israeli-held terri-
tory. He refused to make any
special concessions for the 70,000
Arabs who fled Jaffa and the
40,000 who left Haifa.
He pointed out that the pres-
ence of these tens of thousands of
Arabs would give the invading
armies a new advantage against
the Jews. Adding that the Arabs
have agreed to continue the truce
on what amounts to a day-to-day
basis, with Arab spokesmen con-
stantly threatening a renewal of
hostilities, Shertok insisted that
only after a final .peace settle-
ment is made will the former
ence service will answer inquiries .
on points of information regard-1 Arab residents of Israeli territory
ing Israeli.
'be permitted to return.
number of displaced Arabs in
Palestine."
The British delegate's statement
precipitated severe criticism from
Extraordinary Measures insure
Sueeess Of Argentina I ..f .1.
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)Jewish leaders here believe that at
least 80 percent of the Argentine United Jewish Appeal campaign
for 50,000,000 pesos ($12,500,000) will be achieved before the drive
ends this" month, it was learned this week. Extraordinary measures
are being instituted to guarantee the success of this first united cam-
paign for overseas relief and Israeli needs.
The leaders of the campaign have just announced that special
tribunals will be established to apply moral sanctions against
Jews who do not contribute to the appeal. Persons who do not
contribute will not receive a special card without which they may
not attend any social or cultural activity of the Jewish community.
The Chevra Kadisha, largest and most powerful Jewish fraternal
and burial society in Argentina, has threatened that Jews who do
not aid the DP's and Israel will not be buried in Jewish cemeteries.
Contributions are fixed by local committees at two percent of
the assets of businessmen and industrialists and half-a-month's
salary for workers. All Jews who have associated themselves with
any Jewish organization in the past receive a note from the com-
mittees to visit their headquarters and pay their quota. During the
period of the drive no other campaigns may be held by any Jewish
organization.
lack;
Driven
Task
IA large-
launched on
[by Egyptian
[by tanks, it
iced here this
taking place
Bir Aslouj,
imain supply
[time in two
observers at
)ing station,
er must be
reach Jeru-
eaten up and
Legion per-
that point, it
here. Both
and Jewish
;hey brought
pair pumping
ten and driv-
ly, the Arabs
permit Jewish
ir the machi-
the entire
kinder the ad-
khe UN.- ob-
News Flashes
Pays Call
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Israeli
special representative to the
United States Eliahu Epstein paid
his first official call on President
Truman at the White House.
Afterwards, Epstein reported that
the President told him he is con-
fident that the state of Israel will
continue to contribute to the pro-
gress of the Middle East.
First Convoy
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The first
supply convoy to pass along the
main route from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem during the second truce
this week arrived in Jerusalem
after an uneventful trip via
Latrun, where Arab Legion forces
previously turned back several
other convoys.
Hebrew Gains
NEW YORK, (JTA)The New
York City Board of Education
reported this week that the study
of Hebrew in the city's school
system has gained more rapidly
than any other foreign language.
During the last three years, He-
brew gained more than 17.5 per-
cent in enrollment, an annual
survey disclosed.
Pays $2,000,000
LONDON, (JTA)The British
government has decided to pay a
$2,000,000 installment due on its
subsidy to the Arab Legion, a
Foreign Office spokesman said.
He explained that the action was
taken because of the present truce
in Palestine. The payment, which
is used for arming and equipping
the Transjordan Legion, was due
two weeks ago.
Restitution
MUNICH, (JTA)Dr. Hans
Ehard, Bavarian Minister-Presi-
dent, has issued a decree author-
izing the creation of a three-man
restitution council in the province
to cooperate in the United States
zonal restitution program. The
ORT revealed that there are now
some 520 Jews, not living in DP
camps, who attend its trade
schools in this city. The students,
who receive a small monthly al-
lowance from the Bavarian gov-
ernment, are registered in courses
for automotive mechanics, type-
writer repair, optical work, print-
ing, photography and many other
trades.
Traffic Check
TEL AVIV, (JTA) United
Nations truce control officers this
week imposed a strict security
watch on the port of Tel Aviv.
Two American and two French
observers took up positions along
the port while other U.N. of-
ficials undertook a rigid examina-
tion of all goods and passenger
traffic arriving at the port. Per-
sons of military age were scrut-
inized with particular care.
Swiss Birth Rate
ZURICH, (JTA)It was report-
ed here this week that the Jewish
birth rate in Switzerland, which
since 1939 was on a continued
decline, has shifted and is now
on the increase. Jewish births in
1946 and 1947 showed an increase
of 2.8 and 1.9 respectively.
Planes Held
CAMDEN, N. J., (JTA)A Fed-
eral District Judge this week-end
refused to release two four-
engined Constellation planes held
at the Milleville airport on the
grounds that the planes might be
destined for Israel. The planes
have been impounded since July
14
$2,000,000 Asked
For Administration
Of DP Immigration
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman this week asked
Congress to allocate an additional
$2,000,000 for the administration
of the Displaced Persons Act of
1948, under which 205,000 DP's
would enter the U.S. during the
next two years. The sum, if grant-
ed, would make a total of $4,-
000,000 set aside for the DP im-
migration program since an
initial $2,000,000 was appropriated
when the measure became law.
At the same time the President
submitted for the Senate's con-
firmation the names of three per-
sons to administer the refugee
immigrant legislation. They are:
Ugo Carusi, Edward M. O'Conner
and Henry M. Rosenfield. The
terms of the DP commissioners
would expire June 30, 1951.
Under the terms of the law,
the three commissioners would be
charged with "formulating and is-
suing regulations" and reporting
at stated intervals, to the Presi-
dent and Congress "on the situa-
tion regarding eligible displaced
orphans, eligible displaced per-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST
6.
PAGE TWO
By Kapehueks
After a three week motor tour
to New York, stopping in Wash-
ington and the Carolinas, Mr.
Personally Speaking
Beach are at home
"Mystery Auction
Highlights Meeting
\joint meeting of the Miami
d Miami^eaoh Masada w.ll
,,kl. place Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Room, Rit/. Plaza
ut the Coral
Hotel Highlighting the program
Will be a "mystery auction" eon-
ducted by Irving Best. Article!
Beach, announce
July 25. ^ ^
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daughter of Mrs. J. Rosenthal, 1.
New Jersey. Mrs. Silverman is
-ghter of Mrs. J. Rosenthal, 1502^N.E. 1st Ave.
, t n un? nf 1st Ave., and tan
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hams JSMJJXW gn. ^^ ^
and family
guest
; are entertaining as their house
Ben Harris of Pittsburgh, Pa.
T f
4100 Collins Ave..
llng Abe Shaefer, *a|an
mmittee in charge of
Miriam Sand-
Soldinger, living Best.
Adele Zaker, Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolfson, Marilyn Rubinstein
Faith Alexander. Bob Tucker and
Doris Aronson.
of the CO
arrangements, are
ler, Sam
Mrs. Martin Kapchuck
and Mrs. Martin Kapchuk are at
home at 750 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach.
The former Miss Ann Stein,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Stein, 801 8th St., Miami Beach,
and Mr. Kapchuck were married
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, June
30th at the Robert Richter Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Miss Ruth Smolinsky attendee
Mrs. Kapchuck as maid of honor
at.d the Misses Thelma Smolinsky
and Rita Kromberg were brides-
iraids. Serving as best man was
Harry Kapchuck, brother of the
groom, while Jack Stein, brothei
of the biide, and Mike Margolos
GPrved as ushers.
The bride attended New York
schools and the bridegroom at-
tended New York University after
serving in the armed forces for
five years.
Miss Radin Married
Mr. and Mrs. P. Perry Radin.
1917 S. W. 17th Terr., announce
the marriage of their daughter.
Geraldine, to Alex Mechlowitz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mechlowitz of Miami Beach.
The couple were married in
Tampa, July 25 and are making
their home in Sarasota, Fla..
where Mr. Mechlowitz is practic-
ing law.
Stopping at the Westover Arms Apts
Miami Beach, for the summer are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Milter.
Back home from a three^week trip to.New York: are Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Reinhard of 1355 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph rdo left Sa.urday far a two week
stay in New York. Following that they will attend a two week
seminar at Brandeis Camp Institute in W.nterdale Pa. Iheu
clans include a trip to Atlanta. Ga.. Labor Day weekend to
Send the Junior Hadassah and Masada RegionaljConven,l0ns.
Traveling with them are Mrs. Pardo's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Wolf Albin of 1918 Liberty Ave.
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Mr and Mrs. M. Edelman and Dr. E. J. Edelmun, 6838
Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, are entertaining Mrs. Theodore
Cohen of Brooklyn, and her sons Irwin and Ralph, for the
month of August.
* *
Announcing the birth of a son, Larry Stephan, are Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cameroff of Orlando. Mrs. Cameroff is the former
Madaline Schulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schul-
man, 241 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
* *
M'.ss Marilyn Radoms of Birmingham. Ala. is the house
guest of Miss Dina Predinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss. 2355 S.W. 7th St. announce the:
arrival of a son, Danial Avram, Saturday, July 31.
+ *
Spending a two week vacation in New York are Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Romer of Miami Beach.
* *
Frank A. Brown, past grand master of Florida, and Joseph
Roberts, district deputy grand master, greeted a group of Free
and Accepted Masons of Havana, on their arrival at the Alcazar
Hotel, Monday.
* *
David Whitman, president of the Beth Jacob Congregation
left for New York here he will join his wife. They will return
in two weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, of Providence, Rhode Island,
announce the birth of a son, David Gary, on July 22. Mrs.
Schwartz is the former Beverly August, of Miami.
* *
New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
from Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Benno Webster and dauqhter
and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woolfe.
* *
Celebrating his 21st birthday, Bernie Suffer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Scffer, 1425 S.W. 18th St., and owner of the
Jack and J-11 Caterers, entertained 60 of his friends at a party
at his home, July 24, and at the Variety Club.
Dis-
Zionists Hold Rally
The Coral Cables Zionist
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)AY, AUGUST 6, 1948
Jewisli Fhjrldlilan
I'll Say...
PAGE THREE
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
iwish Attitude Towards The Soviets
lefore August 1939, Liberals
id-ally and Jewish intellectuals
particular, cherished warm
iinents towards the Soviet
on. That doesn't mean they
roved the regimentation of
jght, of conduct, of expression
the Kremlin. They were op-
led in principle to the denial
ndividual liberty, the suppres-
l of religion, the one-party
ing system, the censorship of
s, of books, of the theatre, as
icticed in totalitarian states,
they felt these evils would
is away as soon as the Soviet
em would become firmly in-
iched. The Bolshevicks had
ih a struggle to impose a new
of life upon a landless peas-
p-y, of whom about 90% had
m illiterate serfs under the
rs. Meanwhile, they felt, the
lets were developing an ideal
munity, a Utopia, in which
rerty and exploitation would
unknown.
ut this complaisant attitude
ished overnight. All faith in
moral rectitude, of the Krem-
died when Stalin agreed with
lor to grab off half of Poland.
w could Stalin, the protector
the underprivileged, the foe
anti-Semitism, the enemy of
zi-Fascism, become a buddy
the Beast of Berlin. Surely
re was something coldly syn-
1, something ruthless about a
ict that threw millions of pro-
tarians and Jews to the Nazi
lives, that gave Hitler the green
|ht to pillage, to torture, to ex-
minate to his heart's content,
axim LitvinoffI confess I
n't realize the provations that
ve Stalin into Hitler's embrace
il I read Churchill's "The
ond World War." The stupid-
of Chamberlain, the appeaser,
simply appalling. The frank-
IS of Churchill is also surpris-
!. The British Prime Minister
!s how hard Litvinoff labored
form the triple alliance be-
een Russia. France and Britain
:o block Hitler. When Stalin
Id get nowhere with Cham-
lain, whose blind and mulish
ptinacy is unbelievable, he dis-
ced Litvinoff, the friend of
Democracies. Says Churchill,
ic eminent Jew, the target of
iman antagonism, was flung
c like a broken tool, and with-
being allowed a word of ex-
ination." One cannot help feel-
something ominous about this
ment of Litvinoff. The stu-
it of Jewish history is familial
such incidents. Trotsky was
a symbol that points to some-
g foreboding.
iolotovHere is the portrait
the pro-German successor of
tvinoff as penned by Churchill:
folotov was a man of under-
lying, ability, and coldblood-
ruthlcssness. His cannonball
id, black mustache and com-
fhondirg eyes, his slab face.
verbal adroitness and imper-
fcat
turable demeanor, were appro-
priate manifestations of his qual-
ities and skill. I have never seen
a human being who more per-
fectly represented the modern
conception of a robot. His smile
of Siberian winter, his carefully
measured and often wise words,
his affable demeanor, combined
to make him the perfect agent
of Soviet policy in a deadly
world." Such is the picture of
the next dictator of Soviet Rus-
sia.'
When one thinks of the sudden
changes in the world around us,
one can only wonder what might
happen next. For instance, for
25 years in the U.S.S.R., anyone
suspected of favoring a Jewish
state in Palestine was packed off
to a labor camp in Siberia. On
the other hand, in the U.S.A., six
presidents have publicly endorsed
the Zionist program. It was a
policy of the American govern-
ment as evidenced by resolutions
in Congress and planks in the
platform of both major parties.
Then comes a sudden face-about.
Russia becomes the chief pro-
ponent of a Jewish state and the
U.S. the chief opponent.
Recently on my European trip
I was disturbed to hear of the
resurgence of anti-Jewish feel-
ing in Russia. This was confirmed
by my own relatives who had
served in the Russian armies. It
is also disconcerting to see Soviet
films now venerating such mons-
ters as Peter II, or Ivan the Ter-
rible. These despotic criminal
Czars were formerly reviled by
the Soviet propagandists. Now, it
is possible that Communism is not
as firmly rooted as the politburo
imagines. If dissatisfaction with
the system increases it may be
necessary to provide a scapegoat.
When the Czars found their sys-
tem cracking they resorted to an
old trick to cover up their mis-
ddeeds. They blamed the Jews
for all their public woes, with
disastrous consequences to them-
selves and to the Jews.
One can only wonder what
would happen during the dic-
tatorship of Molotov if he should
see his power slipping. Would
the negotiator of the Stalin-Hit-
ler pact shrink from invoking
anti-Semitism if he thought it
would bolster up the communist
regime?
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Youth Groups Present
"Eternal Light" Script
The A.Z.A. and B.B.G. B'nai
B'rith Youth organizations will
present a dramatic adaptation of
an "Eternal Light" radio script
at the regular meeting of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith Tuesday at
8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel. The
program will be directed by
David Rabinowitz, Sholem Lodge
Youth chairman, assisted by Sid-
ney Aronovitz, program chair-
man. Milton A. Friedman, presi-
dent of the State Federation of
B'n;.i B'rith Lodges, will describe
the five-point program under-
taken bv the youth organizations
throughout the country. Follow-
ing the meeting, refreshments
will be served by members of
the Women's Chapter.
Aids Aviation
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American Friends of Aviation in
Israel, an organization to raise
funds for the establishment of
aeronautical schools, workshops,
hangars, and training fields for
the training of aviation personnel
in Israel, has been launched in
New York, it was announced
here.
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Kadimah Chapter of the Pio-
neer Women will hold its last
meeting of the summer season
Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Michael Fiedler,
2368 S.W. 4th St. A round table
discussion on current events of
the Palestine situation will be
held, followed by Palestine rec-
ordings and a quiz program.
Miss Regina Moss, educational
chairman, is in charge of the
meeting.
Talianoff Addresses
B'nai B'rith Luncheon
"Bigotry in c-ur Midst" will be
discussed by George J. Talianoff,
Florida Regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, at the Sholem Lodge
luncheon today in the Downtown-
er restaurant. Plans for the 3rd
annual fall dance and frolic to
be held on September 12 will be
discussed.
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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.
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Moral Sanctions
A different approach to fund raising is sug-
gest blowing tPhPe plan of the ArgenUne: Un.ed
Wish Appeal, at present conducing Is cam
P^gtfoTmoney fa? overseas relief and Israeh
nPraS
Extraordinary measures are being *****
to guarantee the success of the country^s fust
United campaign. Special tribunals have been
estabushed'To apply moral sanctions jn
lews who do not contribute to the appeal A
special card is issued to all contributor. wUhou
which admission is refused to any of the social
and cultural activities of the Jewish community.
The burial society has threatened that ews who
do not aid the DPs and Israeli will not be buried
in Jewish cemeteries. These are a few of the
credos established by the Jewish leaders ot
Argentina.
How successful would this approach be if
tried in this country? Our burial societies who at
one time played an important role in the life of
the Jewish individual are on the wane. We find
it difficult to draw people to our communitywide
functions, much less refuse them admission. We
have our rating committees who attempt to es-
tablish a measure of adeguacy of giving on the
basis of ability to give. We can just pxture the
reception some members of our community would
give the Argentine procedure of fixing their con-
tribution at two percent of their assets. Salaried
workers are assessed a half-month's pay. We
can also visualize Miamians trekking to the office
of Federation to make their contribution without
having to be solicited a number of times as the
Eduvationai initiative
The establishment of the Institute for a
and the Middle East by the Dropsie College 3
Hebrew and Cognate Learning is n hrmnit- .
ceived and well timed public
Hebrew and Cognate Learning is a happily a*
ceived and well timed public service t0 I
Jewish community of the world. For its initiahwi
REMOVE THE LOCK
South Americans will attempt to do in this cam-
^^Moral sanctions can be the nucleus for a plan
to be initiated by community leaders. Jewish
people who shirk theil responsibil ty and con-
tribute nothing of their means and time must be
awakened to their responsibility^________________
-. -initiate
the Dropsie College, and its president, Dr. f^
ham A. Neuman, deserve our commendation.
Designed, in the words of Dr. Neuman, 1
prepare scholars and historians in Middle M
studies with emphasis on the contemporan I
scene" and "to train personnel for consular, J
ministrative or other government or commerce
service" in Israel and the nations of the MiddW
East, the new Dropsie College Institute will rat*
a real need, one that will steadily grow Q8 4,
new state of Israel prospers and develops.
Although the labor of political birth U u
quite ended, it is apparent that Israel existi.aj
will continue to exist. Therefore, what is m\
essential to its growth is cultural, economic
administrative "knowhow." To aid in the trainiM
of the future leaders of the new state of Israel 1
and to aid in the development of understandiJ
of Israel and the nations of the Middle East |
those Americans who will have to deal culturally,!
politically and economically with the nations I
the Middle East, is a service which the forty-
year-old Dropsie College can well fulfill.
In augmenting its faculty by the addition d
Hon. Edwin Samuel, the founder of the Middle
East College of Public Administration in Jen-
salem, Dropsie's new Institute has gotten off lo I
a good start. The results of its scholarship and
learning today should be a force for qood, andol
tower of strength to Israel for many years to con*
Britain Offers
Aid To Arabs
(Continued irom Page 1)
this month by the Soviet Union's
Yacov Malik. Declaring that he
called the session at the request
of the British. Malik said he was
"astonished" that Cadogan had
introduced this "novel" issue
without even complying with the
procedure which calls for dis-
tribution of documents three days
in advance of their publication.
Cadogan admitted his error and
apolized for the "misunderstand-
ing."
Following Cadogan's proposal.
Israeli representative Aubrey S.
Eban proposed that the entire
refugee problemthat of the
Arabs and the Jews, including
the detention of thousands of
Jewish refugees in Cyprus de-
tention camps-sbe treated to-
gether. In this proposal Eban was
supported by the representatives
of the U.S.S.R. and the Ukraine
Eventually, the Israeli-sponsored
plan was adopted by the entire
Council, without a vote.
Inclusion of the Cyprus ques-
tion was made with the consent
of Cadogan, following a challenge
from Malik who asserted that
it was a logical corollary of the
British suggestion.
Council president Malik sum-
med up the day's activities in a
four-point program which will
be sent to U.N. mediator Count
Folkc Bernadotte for his informa-
tion. The four-point program,
which may not be discussed in
the future except as an entity, is:
1. The Jews are to make a com-
plete report on the Jewish refu-
gees in Europe. 2. The Arabs are
to make a complete report of the
Arab refugee problem in Pales-
tine. 3. A program of aid to both
is to be worked out with the
help of the U.N. Secretariat ex-
perts. 4. The Cyprus issue is now
on the Council's agenda.
$2,000,000 Asked
For Administration
Of DP Immigration
(Continued from Page 1>
sons and displaced persons.
The three commiss will
also direct the operation of '
over-all program, coordinating
the related activities of the S1 it<
Department's visa division. I
Maritime Commission (trans]
ation*. the Army (screening) and
the U.S. Employment Service
(job placement).
Harry N. Rosenfeld .the Jewi
member of the trio named y I
President to administer the pro-
gram, is a New York City at-
torney. He served as a legal as-
sistant to the late Mavor Fior
LaGuardia of New York and is
at present a member of the I
of directors of the Confi n
Jewish Relations. He is the son-
in-law of the late Prof. Mi
Raphael Cohen, the noted phil-
osopher. Rosenfeld, an a ustanl
to Federal Security Adminisl
tor Oscar Ewing. is at present in
Geneva where he is serving
member of the U.S. delegatioi I
the U.N. Economic and Social
Council.
Meanwhile. Stale D< part enl
officials reported over the week-
end that jobs are already wait-
ing for all the 100.000 displi
persons who may be brought to
the United States during the next
12 months. Employment offers
have been pouring in from in-
dustrialists, farmers, commei
firms and public groups, the
partment said.
Off the Record
100 Tons Of Supplies
Shipped To Israel
One hundred tons of first aid
medical supplies for the army and
people of Israel were shipped last
Friday by the American Red
Mogen Dovid for Palestine, New
York, via the SS FRYZOS.
The steamer which sailed from
pier 42. North River, carried 21
field ambulances. 20 auxiliary
blood banks, half a million field
and shell dressings and various
other medical and surgical items.
Arabs KojiH*t
Moves For l*pai*ik
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The Israeli
government has taken sever.,]
steps to make direct contact .
the Arabs to negotiate a pi :, i
settlement in Palestine, but the
Arabs have rejected all such at-
tempts. Foreign Minister Moshe
Shertok this week told a press
conference here.
The Israeli Minister added that
under these conditions the Jews
"certainly object to an indefinite
prolongation of the truce" as un-
justifiable. "Consequently," he
continued, "we must maintain our
army on a war footing. An in-
definite truce is an intolerable
uncertainty."
Here and There .
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, i
s way to Israel, will sto]
irt I Israel tl
They are 1 "
ingof 1 Zionist Con
\ ist 22 W
there 1 v ill try 1
... lion lim between the
f the Zioni '
nd the 1 irai li g v< rn
ment ... Opposition by the
Zionist < tion to 1 form-
s United for
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that 1 tion i
h< fun
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ii (1 year's p irtnei
ii UJA? This is an im-
tanl iov nee the
welfare funds in'1 nev
illed by f
ivi '. ents /.. ni li ader-
; : in; ti..... Keren
:! i ri n ibject 1
ZOA Y
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the Z.W.O and in t! i Ji
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to Israi l's loai egotiatioi
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King Abdullah Bv
money to T |
ent thai
ing of on.-. .
parties in the P ,: tin.
oes not constitute a vi
the UN truce order B.
of the accruing advantage |
membership in the international
organizatii n [si u I may apply for
UN membership before the nexl
i -ting of th General Assembly
A memorandum advising that
de juie recognition of Israel now
would not violate either the text
., 0i the UN truce is now
, sident Truman's desk .
Columnist Meets Critics ...
A prominent Jewish figure in-
[orms us that our recent item
A Lost Generation." dealing
, t thi fate of Jewish children
who were "sheltered" by Chris-
tian .luring the war, was
,,.. : ly out of line" An-
other Jewish community leader
, Us tl at t e crude handl-
tuation by a "certain
organization" brought about
for individual chil-
dren with a resultant skyrocket-
;- g of prices by some peasants in
Eastern Europe who had been
. ht out to give up t: e children
hiding Counter-
ncing this evil practice, he
i us, was the fact that
undreds of fine people
ed Jewish children
them up voluntarily after
to the logical or legal
Those people, he told
ine humanitarian job
for wl id the entire Jewish com-
is in their debt" .
C i king the available data on
li we found that after
t e thousands of Jewish
chili ren wi e living with Chris-
and in religious and
institutions Found stay-
ing in non-Jewish surroundings
2.1(14 children in Belgium,
some 8.000 in France and about
3,000 in Holland Figures on
i countries are not available
. The local Jewish communi-
;upported by the JDC under-
the Jewish children
C t an homes and insti-
tutions, but it is difficult to in-
' the exact results of these
avors Approximate data
on Ji w : i hildren .-till living in
tian surroundings shows that
are between 1.500 and 2,-
. i. about 400 in Hol-
700 in France. 200 in Hun-
and 10 in Belgium .
Stray Items .
Hie late Eleanor Medill Patter-
lis er of the Washington
s-Herald, once tried to in-
Einstein She
following the father of
' for a long time with
t! e trail ending at Palm Springs.
California When she reached
the place where Einstein was va-
cationing she found the famous
scientist sunning himself un-
clothed except for a handkerchief
his head ... Her ambition
to interview Einstein was never
fulfilled There has been much
Israeli Army
Puts On First
Public Parade
TEL AVIV. (JTA)-Nearljl
100,000 Israeli citizens this wed
lined the main thoroughfare i\
Tel Aviv to extend an enthus-l
astic reception to the first pubbc I
appearance of the L-raeli Annj,l
initiated in the underground and I
brought to full organization il
the midst of the war. The occasion
for the parade was the first of-
ficial state holiday, which alsl
marked the 44th anniversary dl
the death of Theodor Heni|
founder of modern Zionism.
The parade included land, ail
and navy units, demonstrating
every branch of modern arms, n-l
eluding panzers and mountial
military. Army planes circWl
above while Israeli Navy unffll
engaged in maneuvers along th(|
coast. Foreign military obsenwl
gather to view he paradtl
praised the smart turn-out of l
Israelis. Flowers were thrown*!
the troops from beflagged Wl
conies lining the route of .nardl
and the cheering crowds pl
sented candies to the sun-bunjl
soldiers among whom are nerwi
of the recent engagements l
Jerusalem, Ramlch. Lydda, i
zareth. the Negev and along t
Syrian and Lebanese frontier*
talk about the recently ad*
DP bill being both. anti-Cathl
and anti-Jewish ColujH
John O'Donnel. no lover of|
recently disclosed that the DP
did not
Catholics.
discriminate
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PAGE FIVE
btercade-Dance
ans Completed
final arrangements for the
fa-cade and dance to be given
the Miami Beach group of
iassah on Sunday at 8 p.m.
Ire been completed, according to
L Morris Alpert, general chair-
In proceeds from the affair,
fich will be held at the Carib-
ln Hotel, will go to the state
[Israel.
Participating in the watercade
hi be Johnny Fazio, formerly
kh Bill Rose; Ralph Smith,
lichen's swimming instructor,
Eh ten-year old Harvey Plant;
ots Spence, wife of Wally
*ncc, Olympic champion, in a
Woi-mance with seven-year old
[nna Rae Kihlberg; Marion
Irk in a water balet and divng
|t; Bob Newman and Johnny
Lzio in their "suicide" stunt.
Lo participating will be Corky
fcllesen, Olympic tower diving
lampion; Bob Watson, mterna-
bnal diving star; Joe Rambler,
Lciflc Coast diving champion;
pc Donahue, Pacific Coast surf
Card star and Mai Marshall,
fcodel.
ICommittee in charge of arrange-
Lnts assisting Mrs. Alpert,
[airman and Mrs. Joseph Shaw-
kut, co-chairman, include: Mrs.
fed Jonas, distribution; Mrs.
liarles Oppenheim, publicity;
Irs. Harry Platoff, supplies; Mrs.
[nn Wolf, tickets; Mrs. Lou Hei-
ban, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs.
am A. Goodman, Mrs. Irving
JTestin, prizes; Mrs. Walter
Conn, Mrs. Raymond Ellsin, Mrs.
Lear Lelchuck, Mrs. Milton Sir-
lin and Mrs. Freda Kalstein.
Tamara Group Plans i
Two Month Calendar
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, announces a busy calen-
dar for the next two months. On
the agenda, according to Mrs.
Charles Turk, president, is a lawn
party to be held at the home of
Mrs. Israel Yulish on Sunday,
August 14; a party and dance
scheduled for the Raleigh Hotel
followed by a card party at the
Atlantis Hotel and a boatride
dates to be announced shortly. A
linen shower for the Children's
Village and Farm School, Raan-
ana, Israel, is also in the offing.
re-
A fire-retardent,
woodwhich also is able to
sist attacks from termitesis be-
produced by forcing three
rot-resistant. pounds of chemicals into the fib-
ers of every cubic foot of lumber.
The wood retains all its normal
feature of workability and easy
handling.
Mrs. I. Cohen Is Hostess
Mr?. Isidor Cohen, 1876 S.W.
10th St., will be hostess to the
Women's League of the Alpha
Iota Chapter, Phi Epsilon frat-
ernity, Thursday at 2 p.m. A
regular meeting will be held.
Temple Isaiah Meets
To Form Sisterhood
For the purpose of organizing
a sisterhood, Temple Isaiah, 4925
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will
hold a meeting at the Hyde Park
Hotel, 4041 Collins Ave., Tuesday,
August 10 at 8 p.m.
Entertainment and refresh-
ments are on the program and
members are asked to bring
friends and become charter mem-
bers of the sisterhood. Dues will
be nominal and membership in
the Temple is not required, Har-
old Shapiro, ohairman of the
board, stated.
feek-end Program
Announced by YMHA
There is no summertime lack of
ictivities at the Miami Y, as evi-
denced by the full week-end pro-
tram announced by Randy Polan-
iky, activities director. Tomorrow
night at 8:30 a teen-age dance
trill be held including contests
nd novelties. On Sunday at 9
p.m. a weekly social for young
fadults is scheduled, while a Yid-
dish film "The Singing Black-
smith," starring Moishe Oysher
irill be shown at 8:30 p.m. A
ivrestling instruction class for
boys and men, led by Jerry
Carver, former Eastern Inter-
collegiate champion and now Y
athletic director, will complete
^he week-end's activities at 8
Ip.m. on Monday.
Assistant To Israel
Official Visits Here
Miss Nina Franklin, as-
sistant to Arthur Laurie, Consul
General of the state of Israel in
New York, left yesterday after a
two week's vacation at the At-
lantis Hotel. She was the guest
of Rabbi David Raab and the
Temple Isaiah congregation at
the reception following the serv-
ices last Friday night.
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U. 0? Miami Holds
Summer Graduation
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, vice
president of the University of
Miami, awarded bachelor and
master degrees at the university's
summer commencement exercises
August 2 at the Coral Gables
Country club.
The exercises were the first
ever held for summer school
graduates. Dr. Julian S. Eaton,
chairman of the university board
of trustees, wave the commence-
ment address. He spokt? on "The
Desire For Higher Education."
Among those graduating were:
Bachelor "f am.- I'mvi Altschuler,
Michael Baker, Bennett Goldman,
Ryca (lOldman, Shlrle} !. noldteln,
Harriet Blnine Hart, Harold Barn
Link In, Anita Lovett, Bldnej Needel-
man, Dolon Ointlonette i latrowakl.
Btanley Warren Blatkln, Richard l>.
Shaffer Ben Spezel, Harold N. Bugden,
Lilian Lucille L'nger, Jack I.. Waddell.
Bachelor of Science: Arthur Ben,
>.. : Ehn ns, Jack Kurtz. Charles
William I.-ff.it. Richard Stone Maxey,
Mi: lam Claire Bcheinbetir, Sylvia E.
Schwartz, Morton B. Wltzman.
Ba< hi lor if Bunineas Administra-
tion: Jack -i .-;! Ap|iel. Paul J, Apt,
Fred Atlas. Donald Robert Elsenberg.
Morton S. yn n ir Elai nix rg, Henry
Eugene Kiacher, Mortimer Fried, Paul
Cla-i I, Will am P Kaiip. Rudj R
Melaaner, Bernard Mcrker, Jack
Schwadron, David Barry Sullivan,
Paul A, Tennenbaum, Herberi David
Vi'lIZi T.
i ii helor of Music: Richard Edward
Kunlts.
Bachelor of Si lence. Engineering
Sclenci Rub n Smulln.
Bachelor "f Science, Industrial En-
gineering: Harold Abram Schuler, Jr.,
Mitchell Lawrence Weiss.
Bachi lor "i Education: Pauline
Klelnhesselink Borodkln, Edna M.
Schai ; Si ma Schlff. N. Edward
Schulz, Edward M. Sherman, Lola a.
Shulder.
Bachelor of Uw>: Burton Mayor
Cohen, Jack R. Courshon, i:nrt"ii
Engi nberg, Marshall N, Fetter, Frank
i: i-' 11 :. Saul ienet. Rhoda
Patricia Krupka, Joseph W. Malek,
Abe Perry, Allen E. Snerrill, Bradley
Frank Steinbach, Harold Stuarl Tag-
er, Morton Bruce I'lman, Jake Irvln
Wats.hi. Jr.
Master of Arts: Donald Sprague,
Grace Stone,
Master of Education; Irvln W. Katz,
. ; Rubinstein.
Greater Miami
Mizrachi Honors
Mrs. Louis WW
Various functions are being
planned by Greater Miami MlZ'
rachi groups in honor ol Mrs
Louis Wald, national vice presi
dent of the Mizrachi Women i
Organization of America. Mrs
Wald, w: o is staying at the Tide:
Hotel, plans to remain he
several weeks.
A delegate to the last Worl
Zionist Congress in Switzerland.
Mrs Wald also represented tl i
organization at the Am
Jewish Conference recentlj
in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Wald, a m ted
orator, is a graduate of the N
tional Hebrew School and Ford-
ham University
; The first of a scries ol
for the visitor will be held V
nesday evening at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scha
Alton Road. Sunday. August 15
I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lan
I man, 2924 Praii ie Ave will be
I hosts at a gathering in Mr?
jWald's honor. On Augusl IT '
four local chapters of Miz
will hold a joint reception at
Hyde Park Hotel at 8 p.n
which time Mrs. Wald will
those present her inter]
of current affairs in Palest
'from which she has iust retu
Mrs. Emanuel Karger,
tional adviser to the local i
ters. stated that all those inter-
ested in Mizrachi activities an
cordially invited to join with the
members at the functions to be
given for the national vice pn si
dent.
Heading the Greater Mi
raiDAY^UGUST,
Professional Leaders
To Instruct At Dance
The Men s Club of Temple Is-
rael has completed plans for an
evening of entertainment featur-
ing a square dance on Wednesday
at 8:30 at Kaplan Hall, 137 N.E.
19th St. Uncle Harve and His
Ragtime Wranglers will furnish
the music. Four professional
couples, specialists in the old
fashioned square dance, will in-
struct and lead the audience.
Jerome Freehling, chairman of
the program committee, announc-
ed that the public is invited to
attend the affair, as well as mem-
bers and their families. Refresh-
ments will be served.
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M.B. Zionist District
Holds Symposium Aug. 9
-The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
,,., Will hold a membership
meeting on Monday. August 9, at
H-1S p.:r. at the Miami Bench
Jewish Community Center, 1415
FiUl,d Ave.. Miami Beach," an-
nounced Alfred Stone, president.
Martin Com'! and S. A. Good-
, an will i e co-chairmen of the
which will be in the
rorm of a Zionist symposium.
The August 9 meeting is one
. a series beii g conducted by
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crn rship and its commun-
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AUGUST 6. 1948
*Jewisii ftw-fdiair)
PAGE SEVEh
lians Sciii
.jlifornia
Ins attending the Bran-
fctitute camp at Santa
Jbal., from August !) until
fer 2, are Libby Hoch-
fcretary of the Zionist
Commission in Miami;
fcchs, president of the Mi-
Hadassah; and Dolly
active member of B'r.ai
ad Masada.
bd Mrs. Joe Pardo of Mi-
ll now attending the two
Imp session at the Bran-
fcrip in Winterdale, Pa.
Ho is president of the Mi-
bada and Mrs. Pardo is
it president of Miami
Jr. Hadassah.
Max Kaufman
is From North
Max Kaufman, of the
Community Center, Holly-
Ceturned last week after
\g the convention of the
Conference of American
at Kansas City. Rabbi
In delivered an address
[meeting on "Immortality
[the Framework of Mod-
ence." Following the con-
he visited Cincinnati
be attended various insti-
the Hebrew Union Col-
Jter which he spent sev-
leeks in New York City
|rs. Kaufman and their son.
Top Price Paid for
f'S USED CLOTHING
AL'S
132 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
Lillian Fox News and Views
reporter on station WMBM and
writer and director of "Behold
My Shadow," a two act drama
being presented by the Beach
Y Theatre Group, August 14
and 15 at 8:15 p.m. at 1536 Bay
Road, Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN TIIK NAME AND HV TIIK AU-
THORITY OP THK BTATBS OF,
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PREH- !
PINTS SHALL COME. GREET-
INGS:
This Is to certify that, whereon,
Milt..m H. Waaman, Miami. Florida
M. M. tola, Miami. Florida
Max It. Silver, Miami, Florida
did on the Slat day of March, A.D.
1947, cuuse to in- Incorporated under
the provision! of Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida, Acta of 1928, i 100 N W.
THIRD AVE. CORPORATION, a cor-
poration, with its principal place of
bualneaa at Miami. Dade County, in
the State of Florida, and whereas
the proper officers of such corpora-
tion did on the 2sth day or July,
A.D. 194S, Cause to he filed In the
office of the Secretary of state of
the state of Florida, a duly authenti-
cated resolution adopted by the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter lOO'.O. Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1925, Showing the dissolution of
such corporation, and the Secretary of
State is satisfied thai the require-
ments of law have been complied with.
IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of
Florida, at Talla-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTIt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA OR
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
118667.
FLORENCE B. I>RUS*S. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM DRI'SS, Defendant.
To: WILLIAM DRUBS
in E. 19th Street
Brooklyn, New York
Vi i|- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that 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
September fi. 1948, otherwise the al-
legations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated this 4th day of August. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8/6-13-20-27
STOCK I NO.
Deputy Clerk.
the State of
haaaee, the
twenty-eighth
1948.
Capital, tin*
day of July,
the
A.D.
(SEAL)
8/6
R. A.
Secretary
C.RAY.
Of Slate
Strictly Kosher
Catering
For All Occasions
By MAX FIRESTONE
At Our Hotel or Your Home
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL
516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617
>R. S. E. MISNER
Announces Reopening of
nlal Offices
ITINGTON BUILDING
IMIAMIPH. 9-9708
IIAMI BEACH OFFICE
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-1080
APPOINTMENT ONLY
Iractice LIMITED TO
llPICIAL DENTURES AND
MOVABLE BRIDGEWORK
SPECIALTY
BUILDERS
RELIABLE
TRUSTWORTHY
Repairs
Alterations
Additions
LICENSED
INSURED
PHONE 4-6206
2728 S.W. 28th Lane
Estimates Cheerfully Given
F. H. A. Loans with 10%
down payment
II. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GLASS
FOR EVERY
PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
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IORRJS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY,
FI.OIUDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
11S5S6.
STANLEY LEIBOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ANN BISHOP LEIBOWITZ, De-
fendant.
To: Ann Blahop Lelbowlti
Route 2, BOX 217
Ventura, California
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the Jl8t day of
August, 194S. otherwi.se. a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against sou.
Duted this 2!>th dav of July, 1948.
E. 1!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
!27 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cofllT
IN AND K')R DADE COUNTY.
FliORIIIA.No. 1SS92.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EMANUEI, FROHMAX.
I leceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petltotl
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the Estate of Emanuel Frohman, De-
ceased: and that on the 7th day Of
September, 1948, i win apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
filial discharge as Executrix Of the
Estate of Emanuel Frohman. De-
ceased.
This 2nd day of August. 1948,
MRS REBECCA FROHMAN,
Executrix.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
S/rt-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Little Pake Shop at 2127 S. W. 22nd
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACOB L. LIFSET
Sole Owner
MYERS', H El MAX & KAPLAN
I Attorneys for Applicant
I 7/16-23-30 8/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 118231.
VINCENT JAMES CIRAFFA. Plain-
tiff, vs. RUTH OIRAFFA, Defend-
ant.
TO: RUTH OIRAFFA
33-07 83rd Street
Jackson Heights,
Ijnng Island, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above stvled cause
on or before August 12. 1918. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish Florldian, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade Oountv. Florida
Dated this 12 day of Julv 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN
(Circuit CourfSell)0' C"cuit Court-
By WM. w. STOCKING
MILTON A. FRIEDMANDePUt5' 0-*
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
7/16-23-30 8/6
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 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 Fcrr.ua
4 Page Avenue
Yonkers, New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 10th day of
August. 1948. otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 19th day of July. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Cleik.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
7/16-23-30 8/6
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
W183SaS8PD!T COURT O*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
IX AND FOR DADE
THE
CIRCUIT,
;;m!U...a. lv chanceryNnI:
LENORE PACKARD, Plaintiff vs
PHILIP Packard.' Defendant
TVi-M/.{, P'U,Al' PACKARD
?;> WEST END AVENUE,
NEW YORK. N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY
rue an Appearance or
above action for divorce on or before
August 12. 194S. otherwise a Decree
pro -onfesso will he entered against
','" 1a,c<''-anne- with the Statutes
r.rovb*,cd.,H,f'of nori**" "
Dated this 13 day of July, 1943
E. B LEATHERMAN,
c Igrk of Circuit Com
Court Seal)
By WM. W.
required to
Plead In the
.ttention
APARTMENT HOUSE
Owners
Builders
Carload Shipment of
Apartment Size
A.&B.
ELECTRIC RANGES
For Immediate Jflft
Delivery J r I
Special Price of ~
(Lots of 4 or more)
List Price $129.50
15% Reduction on All
Electrical Appliances In
Stock
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Silver Palm Apartment Hotel at 3700
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AL (ABRAHAM^ COHEN
Sole Owner
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Applicant
I11119-IOIO Congress Bldg.
7'16-23-30 8/6
(Circuit
>urt.
BURNETT ROTH
t.t0r,ney fo'" Plaintiff
If r,"S;e8 Building
Miami, Florida
7/16-23-30 8/6
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
IN
OF
CIRCUIT
NOTICE TO APPPi
THE CIRCUIT COURT
'"H JUDICIAL
COUNTY LN,vAE2 "<' "ADK
11X228 ~ V CHANTE"V, No.
vs. EVELy'n^aN^- ^'",lfr-
fendant
UtTHUR
* CLAY.
TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY
2018 N. Ivndale Avenue
Minneapolis. Minnesota
YOU ARE HEREBY
THE
OP
De-
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/iRLDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
118661.
MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
GKRALDINE ROSENBERG, De-
fendant,
TO: GKRALDINE ROSENBERG
148-15 90th Road
Jamaica, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that 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
September 6, 1948, otherwise the al-
legations of said *iII will bu taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August. 1848.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
g/8 13-20-27
STOCKING.
DepOty Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Heated Company (Not Incorporated}
at number 5765 l,a Gorce Drive In the
City or Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
THEODORE GOLDFINGER
BEATRICE GOLDFINGER
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
1204-05 Pacific Building
Miami 32, Florida.
NOTIFIED
suit for divorce has been in-
st'tutcd against you. and you are
hereby required ,0 file therein vour
iwer on or before
ega-
as
that
appearance
August 9. 1918. otherwise',he ,T,
ions of said bill will be taken
confessed hv you "
day of July. 194s.
.011
Dated this 12th
_ R. B. LEATHERMAN
.c.rcu SB 8L8" C,N
By WM, W
ourt.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 congress Building;
Miami. Florida
" 16-23-30 8/6
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
is- ?m,?.ER FOR PUBLICATION
'V,T,H.|,: S'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MOBLEYS MARKET at 407 East
OkeechObee Drive, HIaleah. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
MARK S, BURNETT
SAMTEL LUT2
WASMAN, SILVER & KAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7/16-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
Miami Vogue at 888 N.W. 22nd Lane.
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the C >-.
cult Court of IV.ide County, Honda.
LOUIS ZAKARIN
8/6-13-20-27 9/3 ________________
LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
UNITY ELECTRIC Co.
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WINZ
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6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LERNERS MARKET at 2090 North-
west 7.'ith Street, Miami, Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dnde County, Florida.
HARRY LERN'ER
MARTIN BURI>
WASMAN, SILVER BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7/16-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 S. W. 44th
Court. Miami 34, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NORMAN L. C.REENBERG
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
7/16-23-30 8/6-13__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
LOUIS HAFTELS WOMEN'S
PRESS SHOP
at number 1035 Lincoln Road in the
City of Miami Beach. Florida. Intend
to register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS HAFTEL
HELENE HAFTEL
AUDREY COHEN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Mtornev for Applicant
7/30 8/6-13-20
milWDA'.IN ANi' TOR DADE
UtSS" ,N CHANCERY, No.
[An'\?, !-5fiScFAWN' 3n- Plaintiff,
v* GLADYS JUANITA afacFAWN
Defendant.
ALDEN
vi
Defe
T'lm!, 'A.'V:. i,.l'AV,TA MaoFAWN.
lOlSH East Fifth Street
Ixmg Bea.h. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
rile your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 24th day of August, 1H4S
Dated this 26th day of Julv, 1H48.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
, Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
SAMUEL RAN... A-,'ri!;:;,V *
327 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
7/30 8/6-13-2U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bUSlneaa under the fictitious name of
Miami Venetian Blind Company at
3051-54 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
A ETTINGER
Owner
7/30 8/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S BAR at 218 West Flagler Sl.vet. Mi-
ami. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
THERESA A. WILLIAMS
HENRY DONAHUE
Eipial Uartners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
/I6-23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
MODERN AUTO RADIATOR SERV-
ICE: MODERNIZED AUTO RADIA-
TOR SERVICE; MODERN RADIATOR
SERVICE, at 624 N.W. 5th Street,
Miami. Dade County. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
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Beach Y Forum
To Discuss Inflation
The Miami Beach Y Forum
Group will discuss "'How Will
Your Party Curb Inflation*' at
its meeting on August 19. accord-
ing to Gertrude Miller, of the
planning committee. The newly
organized forum is the outgrowth
of the organization's weekly dis-
cussion series which have beer
held for the p;ist six months. Both
the discussion meetings and the
forum symposium are held on
Thursday evenings and are open
to the public.
Obituaries
LT. NATHAN ARONOVITZ
a, v ..... for M Nathan I
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Aronovltx ol M ami Beai h. were i
Wi clni day ;it
Jewish Picture Shown
At Miami Beach Y
"The Singing Blacksmith," a
Yiddish picture starring Moishe
Oysher. will be shown at the
Beach Y on Sunday at 8:30 p.m
Other August activities include a
play -Behold My Shadow" to be
presented by the Little Theatre
Group August 14 and 15 and a
forum discussion scheduled for
August 19.
Anniversary Party
A celebration in observance of
the first anniversary of the gi
ing of its charter will be hold on
August 10 by the Miami Beach
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress. The affair, scheduled
for 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Y. will
an informal gathering includ-
ing dancing.
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Miami Beach Chapter ol the
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,il was announced
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Sisterhood Gives Party
A card party, sponsored by the
sisterhood of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, will be
held at the home of Mrs. David
Singer. 1786 S.W. 10th St.. Sun-
day. August 8 at 8 p.m. The public
is invited.
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)AY, AUGUST 6, 1948 +Jewi*t) fhrHttr PAGE FIVE btercade-Dance ans Completed final arrangements for the fa-cade and dance to be given the Miami Beach group of iassah on Sunday at 8 p.m. Ire been completed, according to L Morris Alpert, general chairIn proceeds from the affair, fich will be held at the Caribln Hotel, will go to the state [Israel. Participating in the watercade hi be Johnny Fazio, formerly kh Bill Rose; Ralph Smith, lichen's swimming instructor, Eh ten-year old Harvey Plant; ots Spence, wife of Wally *ncc, Olympic champion, in a Woi-mance with seven-year old [nna Rae Kihlberg; Marion Irk in a water balet and divng |t; Bob Newman and Johnny Lzio in their "suicide" stunt. Lo participating will be Corky fcllesen, Olympic tower diving lampion; Bob Watson, mternabnal diving star; Joe Rambler, Lciflc Coast diving champion; pc Donahue, Pacific Coast surf Card star and Mai Marshall, fcodel. ICommittee in charge of arrangeLnts assisting Mrs. Alpert, [airman and Mrs. Joseph Shawkut, co-chairman, include: Mrs. fed Jonas, distribution; Mrs. liarles Oppenheim, publicity; Irs. Harry Platoff, supplies; Mrs. [nn Wolf, tickets; Mrs. Lou Heiban, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. am A. Goodman, Mrs. Irving JTestin, prizes; Mrs. Walter Conn, Mrs. Raymond Ellsin, Mrs. Lear Lelchuck, Mrs. Milton Sirlin and Mrs. Freda Kalstein. Tamara Group Plans i Two Month Calendar Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women, announces a busy calendar for the next two months. On the agenda, according to Mrs. Charles Turk, president, is a lawn party to be held at the home of Mrs. Israel Yulish on Sunday, August 14; a party and dance scheduled for the Raleigh Hotel followed by a card party at the Atlantis Hotel and a boatride— dates to be announced shortly. A linen shower for the Children's Village and Farm School, Raanana, Israel, is also in the offing. reA fire-retardent, wood—which also is able to sist attacks from termites—is beproduced by forcing three rot-resistant. pounds of chemicals into the fibers of every cubic foot of lumber. The wood retains all its normal feature of workability and easy handling. Mrs. I. Cohen Is Hostess Mr?. Isidor Cohen, 1876 S.W. 10th St., will be hostess to the Women's League of the Alpha Iota Chapter, Phi Epsilon fraternity, Thursday at 2 p.m. A regular meeting will be held. Temple Isaiah Meets To Form Sisterhood For the purpose of organizing a sisterhood, Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will hold a meeting at the Hyde Park Hotel, 4041 Collins Ave., Tuesday, August 10 at 8 p.m. Entertainment and refreshments are on the program and members are asked to bring friends and become charter members of the sisterhood. Dues will be nominal and membership in the Temple is not required, Harold Shapiro, ohairman of the board, stated. feek-end Program Announced by YMHA There is no summertime lack of ictivities at the Miami Y, as evidenced by the full week-end protram announced by Randy Polaniky, activities director. Tomorrow night at 8:30 a teen-age dance trill be held including contests nd novelties. On Sunday at 9 p.m. a weekly social for young fadults is scheduled, while a Yiddish film "The Singing Blacksmith," starring Moishe Oysher irill be shown at 8:30 p.m. A ivrestling instruction class for boys and men, led by Jerry Carver, former Eastern Intercollegiate champion and now Y athletic director, will complete ^he week-end's activities at 8 Ip.m. on Monday. Assistant To Israel Official Visits Here Miss Nina Franklin, assistant to Arthur Laurie, Consul General of the state of Israel in New York, left yesterday after a two week's vacation at the Atlantis Hotel. 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Pi le fr ar c: le w ** is th as Is gj V, of | B W at m la of w sa w g at as m se | lo m Pi bj so > of th i hi gr u F Jc ev m Jl N j i Tl sp th I Wi L. is • st; th ad re j fo' by' • CO fa • nc • an • %  D of th C( | 13" 2in : I ; ; I PAGE SIX U. 0? Miami Holds Summer Graduation Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, vice president of the University of Miami, awarded bachelor and master degrees at the university's summer commencement exercises August 2 at the Coral Gables Country club. The exercises were the first ever held for summer school graduates. Dr. Julian S. Eaton, chairman of the university board of trustees, wave the commencement address. He spokt? on "The Desire For Higher Education." Among those graduating were: Bachelor "f AM.-— I'M VI • Altschuler, Michael Baker, Bennett Goldman, Ryca (lOldman, Shlrle} !. % %  •• noldteln, Harriet Blnine Hart, Harold Barn Link In, Anita Lovett, Bldnej Needelman, Dolon Ointlonette i latrowakl. Btanley Warren Blatkln, Richard l>. Shaffer Ben Spezel, Harold N. Bugden, Lilian Lucille L'nger, Jack I.. Waddell. Bachelor of Science: Arthur Ben, >.. : Ehn ns, Jack Kurtz. Charles William I.-ff.it. Richard Stone Maxey, Mi: lam Claire Bcheinbetir, Sylvia E. Schwartz, Morton B. Wltzman. Ba< hi lor if Bunineas Administration: Jack -i — .-; %  Ap|iel. Paul J, Apt, Fred Atlas. Donald Robert Elsenberg. Morton S. yn n ir Elai nix rg, Henry Eugene Kiacher, Mortimer Fried, Paul Cla-i I, Will am P Kaiip. Rudj R Melaaner, Bernard Mcrker, Jack Schwadron, David Barry Sullivan, Paul A, Tennenbaum, Herberi David Vi'lIZi T. i ii helor of Music: Richard Edward Kunlts. Bachelor of Si lence. Engineering Sclenci Rub n Smulln. Bachelor "f Science, Industrial Engineering: Harold Abram Schuler, Jr., Mitchell Lawrence Weiss. Bachi lor "i Education: Pauline Klelnhesselink Borodkln, Edna M. Schai ; %  Si ma Schlff. N. Edward Schulz, Edward M. Sherman, Lola a. Shulder. Bachelor of Uw>: Burton Mayor Cohen, Jack R. Courshon, i:nrt"ii Engi nberg, Marshall N, Fetter, Frank i: i-' 11 :. Saul ienet. Rhoda Patricia Krupka, Joseph W. Malek, Abe Perry, Allen E. Snerrill, Bradley Frank Steinbach, Harold Stuarl Tager, Morton Bruce I'lman, Jake Irvln Wats. HI. Jr. Master of Arts: Donald Sprague, Grace Stone, Master of Education; Irvln W. Katz, ; Rubinstein. Greater Miami Mizrachi Honors Mrs. Louis WW Various functions are being planned by Greater Miami MlZ' rachi groups in honor ol Mrs Louis Wald, national vice presi dent of the Mizrachi Women i Organization of America. Mrs Wald, w: o is staying at the Tide: Hotel, plans to remain he several weeks. A delegate to the last Worl Zionist Congress in Switzerland. Mrs Wald also represented tl i organization at the Am Jewish Conference recentlj in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Wald, a m ted orator, is a graduate of the N tional Hebrew School and Fordham University ; The first of a scries ol for the visitor will be held V nesday evening at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scha Alton Road. Sunday. August 15 I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lan I man, 2924 Praii ie Ave will be I hosts at a gathering in Mr? jWald's honor. On Augusl IT four local chapters of Miz will hold a joint reception at Hyde Park Hotel at 8 p.n which time Mrs. Wald will those present her inter] of current affairs in Palest 'from which she has iust retu Mrs. Emanuel Karger, tional adviser to the local i ters. stated that all those interested in Mizrachi activities an cordially invited to join with the members at the functions to be given for the national vice pn si dent. Heading the Greater Mi raiDAY^UGUST, Professional Leaders To Instruct At Dance The Men s Club of Temple Israel has completed plans for an evening of entertainment featuring a square dance on Wednesday at 8:30 at Kaplan Hall, 137 N.E. 19th St. Uncle Harve and His Ragtime Wranglers will furnish the music. Four professional couples, specialists in the old fashioned square dance, will instruct and lead the audience. Jerome Freehling, chairman of the program committee, announced that the public is invited to attend the affair, as well as members and their families. Refreshments will be served. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; yot will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" &f 14 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6*60 r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-. 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p. fr : ai C ai : 1 v, nr st is a: i Ii P. V o B V I ii: %  o • SI I V l< i • SI V 5 g u J e n J I T 1* S< ti v i I it s • t: I a | I r, c f, i r I 1 i i i 1 • %  • i PAGE EIGHT Beach Y Forum To Discuss Inflation The Miami Beach Y Forum Group will discuss "'How Will Your Party Curb Inflation*' at its meeting on August 19. according to Gertrude Miller, of the planning committee. The newly organized forum is the outgrowth of the organization's weekly discussion series which have beer held for the p;ist six months. Both the discussion meetings and the forum symposium are held on Thursday evenings and are open to the public. Obituaries LT. NATHAN ARONOVITZ a, v ..... for M Nathan I MI, ol i" and M S Aronovltx ol M ami Beai h. were i Wi clni day ;it Jewish Picture Shown At Miami Beach Y "The Singing Blacksmith," a Yiddish picture starring Moishe Oysher. will be shown at the Beach Y on Sunday at 8:30 p.m Other August activities include a play -Behold My Shadow" to be presented by the Little Theatre Group August 14 and 15 and a forum discussion scheduled for August 19. Anniversary Party A celebration in observance of the first anniversary of the gi ing of its charter will be hold on August 10 by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress. The affair, scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Y. will an informal gathering including dancing. temple lra< vlti was killed in mb IUI -. P' % %  ) %  '. IMS, %  .. •ihi • % %  iMervi an ,. y I %  II p." i.t ,\nm< I la and %  • .i II.! Hie %  \ [\ .1 lij .i Kent \i mil Bet UaMil i %  ilman \ ^" i % %  hi Id ..i Ml N< %  %  cemetery The li"al chaptei Jewish w :ir \'i ti rani I Rprvlceg. The posthumous HW with the V fot .1 was presi nted to Pr, Vr< vlti for the lleuti nant. Gordon I aj home vv is In i ha %  %  %  ETHEL BARG Age R >yal Palm \>' !i She was sui lirothi rs. Ous Barg %  I VI Ralph and Mortis Bars ol PI ; two r ter, Mrs. Gerl if Miami H I Mi ( Mil Kati .f Ardm • i Pa Punei al % %  i • id Tuesdaj .it the Rl il .il chapel "f .Miami Beach, with at Mt, NVi H ti M.B. Women Give Games Party, Aug. 15 Miami Beach Chapter ol the Mizrachi Women are trying to child restoration work ii I ,il was announced last week. \ s one of its summei pi : group will hold a game nartv, Sunday. August 15 ... • ., p .... Hotel. 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FEDERAL EMPLOYEE GENTLEMAN Desires meeting young lady Age 25 to 35 Address Mr. F. E. C O P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18 GIFT PAHcj TO m ISRAEL Services Approved Miami Zionist Dig J GREAT ClRcJ AIRFREIGHTERS LTDJ Miami International ftfaJ Information—88-4621 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 II o o s r i; IK s DON S. COLEMAN STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too (mil PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 ops MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture T Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass Wa Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4311 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? 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)AY, AUGUST 6, 1948 Jewisli Fhjrldlilan I'll Say PAGE THREE By HARRY SIMONHOFF iwish Attitude Towards The Soviets lefore August 1939, Liberals id-ally and Jewish intellectuals particular, cherished warm iinents towards the Soviet on. That doesn't mean they roved the regimentation of jght, of conduct, of expression the Kremlin. They were opled in principle to the denial ndividual liberty, the suppresl of religion, the one-party ing system, the censorship of s, of books, of the theatre, as icticed in totalitarian states, they felt these evils would is away as soon as the Soviet em would become firmly iniched. The Bolshevicks had ih a struggle to impose a new of life upon a landless peasp-y, of whom about 90% had m illiterate serfs under the rs. Meanwhile, they felt, the lets were developing an ideal munity, a Utopia, in which rerty and exploitation would unknown. ut this complaisant attitude ished overnight. All faith in moral rectitude, of the Kremdied when Stalin agreed with lor to grab off half of Poland. w could Stalin, the protector the underprivileged, the foe anti-Semitism, the enemy of zi-Fascism, become a buddy the Beast of Berlin. Surely re was something coldly syn1, something ruthless about a ict that threw millions of protarians and Jews to the Nazi lives, that gave Hitler the green |ht to pillage, to torture, to ex•minate to his heart's content, axim Litvinoff—I confess I n't realize the provations that ve Stalin into Hitler's embrace il I read Churchill's "The ond World War." The stupidof Chamberlain, the appeaser, simply appalling. The frankIS of Churchill is also surpris!. The British Prime Minister !s how hard Litvinoff labored form the triple alliance beeen Russia. France and Britain :o block Hitler. When Stalin Id get nowhere with Chamlain, whose blind and mulish ptinacy is unbelievable, he disced Litvinoff, the friend of Democracies. Says Churchill, ic eminent Jew, the target of iman antagonism, was flung c like a broken tool, and withbeing allowed a word of exination." One cannot help feelsomething ominous about this ment of Litvinoff. The stuit of Jewish history is familial such incidents. Trotsky was a symbol that points to someg foreboding. iolotov—Here is the portrait the pro-German successor of tvinoff as penned by Churchill: folotov was a man of underlying, ability, and coldbloodruthlcssness. His cannonball id, black mustache and comfhondirg eyes, his slab face. verbal adroitness and imperfcat turable demeanor, were appropriate manifestations of his qualities and skill. I have never seen a human being who more perfectly represented the modern conception of a robot. His smile of Siberian winter, his carefully measured and often wise words, his affable demeanor, combined to make him the perfect agent of Soviet policy in a deadly world." Such is the picture of the next dictator of Soviet Russia.' When one thinks of the sudden changes in the world around us, one can only wonder what might happen next. For instance, for 25 years in the U.S.S.R., anyone suspected of favoring a Jewish state in Palestine was packed off to a labor camp in Siberia. On the other hand, in the U.S.A., six presidents have publicly endorsed the Zionist program. It was a policy of the American government as evidenced by resolutions in Congress and planks in the platform of both major parties. Then comes a sudden face-about. Russia becomes the chief proponent of a Jewish state and the U.S. the chief opponent. Recently on my European trip I was disturbed to hear of the resurgence of anti-Jewish feeling in Russia. This was confirmed by my own relatives who had served in the Russian armies. It is also disconcerting to see Soviet films now venerating such monsters as Peter II, or Ivan the Terrible. These despotic criminal Czars were formerly reviled by the Soviet propagandists. Now, it is possible that Communism is not as firmly rooted as the politburo imagines. If dissatisfaction with the system increases it may be necessary to provide a scapegoat. When the Czars found their system cracking they resorted to an old trick to cover up their misddeeds. They blamed the Jews for all their public woes, with disastrous consequences to themselves and to the Jews. One can only wonder what would happen during the dictatorship of Molotov if he should see his power slipping. Would the negotiator of the Stalin-Hitler pact shrink from invoking anti-Semitism if he thought it would bolster up the communist regime? AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Paris ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 PLAZA S. End Wash. Ave. Miami Beach Free Parking OPEN 1:45 BIG DOUBLE SHOW First Pictures of the Desperate Struggle in Palestine "ISRAEL REBORN" THE FIGHT TO UVil BY A DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE ON THE SAME PROGRAM "TYCOON JOHN WAYNE LARAINE DAY Youth Groups Present "Eternal Light" Script The A.Z.A. and B.B.G. B'nai B'rith Youth organizations will present a dramatic adaptation of an "Eternal Light" radio script at the regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel. The program will be directed by David Rabinowitz, Sholem Lodge Youth chairman, assisted by Sidney Aronovitz, program chairman. Milton A. Friedman, president of the State Federation of B'n;.i B'rith Lodges, will describe the five-point program undertaken bv the youth organizations throughout the country. Following the meeting, refreshments will be served by members of the Women's Chapter. Aids Aviation NEW YORK, (JTA) — The American Friends of Aviation in Israel, an organization to raise funds for the establishment of aeronautical schools, workshops, hangars, and training fields for the training of aviation personnel in Israel, has been launched in New York, it was announced here. WANTED REFINED CONGENIAL ELDERLY LADY To Share Beautiful Apt. with Same Good South West Location Phone 3-6679 Current Events Talk Planned By Women Kadimah Chapter of the Pioneer Women will hold its last meeting of th e summer season Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Michael Fiedler, 2368 S.W. 4th St. A round table discussion on current events of the Palestine situation will be held, followed by Palestine recordings and a quiz program. Miss Regina Moss, educational chairman, is in charge of the meeting. Talianoff Addresses B'nai B'rith Luncheon "Bigotry in c-ur Midst" will be discussed by George J. Talianoff, Florida Regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, at the Sholem Lodge luncheon today in the Downtowner restaurant. Plans for the 3rd annual fall dance and frolic to be held on September 12 will be discussed. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Dresses —and More Dresses For every occasion, street, afternoon and evening wear. In every available material. And best of all they are moderately priced. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. Try this tempting treat I 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 ttUtm UlU. tfCM iti. 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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. Mount Nebo Cemetery OFFICES IN OLYMPIA BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 3-3720 i



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AUGUST 6. 1948 *Jewisii ftw-fdiair) PAGE SEVEh lians Sciii .jlifornia Ins attending the Branfctitute camp at Santa Jbal., from August !) until fer 2, are Libby Hochfcretary of the Zionist %  Commission in Miami; fcchs, president of the MiHadassah; and Dolly active member of B'r.ai ad Masada. bd Mrs. Joe Pardo of Mill now attending the two Imp session at the Branfcrip in Winterdale, Pa. Ho is president of the Mibada and Mrs. Pardo is it president of Miami Jr. Hadassah. Max Kaufman is From North Max Kaufman, of the Community Center, HollyCeturned last week after \g the convention of the Conference of American at Kansas City. Rabbi In delivered an address [meeting on "Immortality [the Framework of Modence." Following the conhe visited Cincinnati be attended various instithe Hebrew Union ColJter which he spent sevleeks in New York City |rs. Kaufman and their son. Top Price Paid for f'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 132 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Lillian Fox News and Views reporter on station WMBM and writer and director of "Behold My Shadow," a two act drama being presented by the Beach Y Theatre Group, August 14 and 15 at 8:15 p.m. at 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN TIIK NAME AND HV TIIK AUTHORITY OP THK BTATBS OF, FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PREH! PINTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: This Is to certify that, whereon, Milt. .M H. Waaman, Miami. Florida M. M. tola, Miami. Florida Max It. Silver, Miami, Florida did on the Slat day of March, A.D. 1947, cuuse to inIncorporated under the provision! of Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acta of 1928, i 100 N W. THIRD AVE. CORPORATION, a corporation, with its principal place of bualneaa at Miami. Dade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 2sth day or July, A.D. 194S, Cause to he filed In the office of the Secretary of state of the state of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter lOO'.O. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925, Showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State is satisfied thai the requirements of law have been complied with. IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of Florida, at TallaLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTIt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA OR COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 118667. FLORENCE B. I>RUS*S. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM DRI'SS, Defendant. To: WILLIAM DRUBS in E. 19th Street Brooklyn, New York Vi i|ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been Instituted against' you, and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before September fi. 1948, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 4th day of August. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 8/6-13-20-27 STOCK I NO. Deputy Clerk. the State of haaaee, the twenty-eighth 1948. Capital, tin* day of July, the A.D. (SEAL) 8/6 R. A. Secretary C.RAY. Of Slate Strictly Kosher Catering For All Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hotel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 >R. S. E. MISNER Announces Reopening of nlal Offices ITINGTON BUILDING IMIAMI—PH. 9-9708 IIAMI BEACH OFFICE 605 Lincoln Road Phone 5-1080 APPOINTMENT ONLY IRACTICE LIMITED TO llPICIAL DENTURES AND MOVABLE BRIDGEWORK SPECIALTY BUILDERS RELIABLE TRUSTWORTHY Repairs Alterations Additions • LICENSED • INSURED PHONE 4-6206 2728 S.W. 28th Lane Estimates Cheerfully Given F. H. A. Loans with 10% down payment II. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS aiture Topi. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works |36 S.W. 8th SL PHONE 3-4834 IORRJS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, FI.OIUDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 11S5S6. STANLEY LEIBOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. ANN BISHOP LEIBOWITZ, Defendant. To: Ann Blahop Lelbowlti Route 2, BOX 217 Ventura, California You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the Jl8t day of August, 194S. otherwi.se. a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against sou. Duted this 2!>th dav of July, 1948. E. 1!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff !27 Uncoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 8/6-1320-27 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cofllT IN AND K')R DADE COUNTY. FliORIIIA.—No. 1SS92. IN RE: ESTATE OF EMANUEI, FROHMAX. I leceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petltotl for Final Discharge as Executrix of the Estate of Emanuel Frohman, Deceased: and that on the 7th day Of September, 1948, i win apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for filial discharge as Executrix Of the Estate of Emanuel Frohman. Deceased. This 2nd day of August. 1948, MRS REBECCA FROHMAN, Executrix. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Executrix S/rt-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Little Pake Shop at 2127 S. W. 22nd Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB L. LIFSET Sole Owner MYERS', H El MAX & KAPLAN I Attorneys for Applicant I 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 118231. VINCENT JAMES CIRAFFA. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH OIRAFFA, Defendant. TO: RUTH OIRAFFA 33-07 83rd Street Jackson Heights, Ijnng Island, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above stvled cause on or before August 12. 1918. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldian, a newspaper published In Dade Oountv. Florida Dated this 12 day of Julv 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN (Circuit CourfSell) 0 C cuit Court By WM. w. STOCKING MILTON A. FRIEDMAN DePUt5 0* Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 7/16-23-30 8/6 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 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 Fcrr.ua 4 Page Avenue Yonkers, New York You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 10th day of August. 1948. otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 19th day of July. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Cleik. HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff 7/16-23-30 8/6 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION !" W 1 83SaS8P D T COURT O* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IX AND FOR DADE THE CIRCUIT, ;;M!U...A. LV CHANCERY N NI: LENORE PACKARD, Plaintiff vs PHILIP PACKARD.' Defendant T ViM /. { P U,Al PACKARD ?;> WEST END AVENUE, NEW YORK. N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY rue an Appearance or above action for divorce on or before August 12. 194S. otherwise a Decree pro -onfesso will he entered against „',„'" 1 a c< ''-annewith the Statutes r.rovb*,cd. ,H,f o f nori ** -£ Dated this 13 day of July, 1943 E. B LEATHERMAN, c Igrk of Circuit Com Court Seal) By WM. W. required to Plead In the .ttention APARTMENT HOUSE Owners Builders Carload Shipment of Apartment Size A.&B. ELECTRIC RANGES For Immediate Jflft Delivery J r I Special Price of !" ~ (Lots of 4 or more) List Price $129.50 15% Reduction on All Electrical Appliances In Stock NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Silver Palm Apartment Hotel at 3700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AL (ABRAHAM^ COHEN Sole Owner ELRY STONE Attorney for Applicant I11119-IOIO Congress Bldg. 7'16-23-30 8/6 (Circuit >urt. BURNETT ROTH t t0r ney fo '" Plaintiff If r ,"S; e8 Building Miami, Florida 7/16-23-30 8/6 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. IN OF CIRCUIT NOTICE TO APPPi THE CIRCUIT COURT '"H JUDICIAL COUNTY L N ,v A E2 "<•' %  • "ADK 11X228 ~ V CHANTE "V, No. vs. EVELY'N^AN^^'" ,lfr fendant UtTHUR CLAY. TO: EVELYN JANE CLAY 2018 N. Ivndale Avenue Minneapolis. Minnesota YOU ARE HEREBY THE OP DeNOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/iRLDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 118661. MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. GKRALDINE ROSENBERG, Defendant, TO: GKRALDINE ROSENBERG 148-15 90th Road Jamaica, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been instituted against you. and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before September 6, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said *iII will bu taken as confessed by you. Dated this 3rd day of August. 1848. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 112 Congress Building Miami, Florida g/8 13-20-27 STOCKING. DepOty Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Heated Company (Not Incorporated} at number 5765 l,a Gorce Drive In the City or Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. THEODORE GOLDFINGER BEATRICE GOLDFINGER LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicant 1204-05 Pacific Building Miami 32, Florida. NOTIFIED suit for divorce has been inst'tutcd against you. and you are hereby required ,0 file therein vour iwer on or before egaas that appearance August 9. 1918. otherwise',he ,T, •ions of said bill will be taken confessed hv you day of July. 194s. .011 Dated this 12th R. B. LEATHERMAN .c.rcu„ SB 8L8" C,N By WM, W ourt. MARX M. FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 112 congress Building; Miami. Florida 16-23-30 8/6 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. is?M,?. ER FOR PUBLICATION '• V ,„ T H |,: S'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MOBLEYS MARKET at 407 East OkeechObee Drive, HIaleah. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MARK S, BURNETT SAMTEL LUT2 WASMAN, SILVER & KAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name 01 Miami Vogue at 888 N.W. 22nd Lane. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the C >-. cult Court of IV.ide County, Honda. LOUIS ZAKARIN 8/6-13-20-27 9/3 LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS UNITY ELECTRIC Co. SIDNEY S. MARGULIES H Alton Road Miami Beach Phones 5-4570—5-6269 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 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LERNERS MARKET at 2090 Northwest 7.'ith Street, Miami, Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. HARRY LERN'ER MARTIN BURI> WASMAN, SILVER BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7/16-23-30 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 S. W. 44th Court. Miami 34, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN L. C.REENBERG Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 7/16-2330 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name LOUIS HAFTELS WOMEN'S PRESS SHOP at number 1035 Lincoln Road in the City of Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS HAFTEL HELENE HAFTEL AUDREY COHEN JACK A. ABBOTT Mtornev for Applicant 7/30 8/6-13-20 milW DA '. I „ N ANi TOR DADE UtSS !" %  ,N CHANCERY, No. [ An '\?, !-5fiS cFAWN 3n Plaintiff, v* GLADYS JUANITA afacFAWN Defendant. ALDEN vi Defe T 'lm A .' V: i l AV,TA MaoFAWN. lOlSH East Fifth Street Ixmg Bea.h. California YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to rile your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 24th day of August, 1H4S Dated this 26th day of Julv, 1H48. E. B. LEATHERMAN, !" „ Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. SAMUEL RAN... A-,'ri!;:; ,V •* %  327 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 7/30 8/6-13-2U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bUSlneaa under the fictitious name of Miami Venetian Blind Company at 3051-54 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A ETTINGER Owner 7/30 8/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MICKEY'S


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lie\wiislb-IEIliOiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Oil Refineries Reopen "We rerefineries isoline resly low," ritz Bernrence here have had several us crude feu The reat the remain vic>rt. We do Hie British fce they did refineries, le added, rnment has Ing United with a prom/r crude oil to the Haifa refinery. U.S. au-1 ern Europe first. thorities have been told that all surplus oil, not required for local consumption, would be made available to the European Recovery Program. At the same time, the authorities were informed that if the United States is unable to supply the Haifa refinery, the Israeli government will be compelled to accept offers of crude oil from Rumania. It is pointed out here that the Haifa refinery is capable of supplying 3,000,000 tons for E.R.P. in the next 12 months, which is nearly 20 percent of the total oil allocation. The Rumanian offer to supply crude oil, it was learned here, is conditional on Israeli agreement that all surplus refined kerosene will be offered for sale to Eastwould be Iraq and the other Arab Either way, Israeli authorities I states which in the past drew believe that once the Iraqi see their supplies of re fined oil proHaifa operating without oil from Kirkuk, they will reconsider their decision to cut off the pipeline flow. That decision, unless it is promptly reversed, will cost Iraq's treasury about $12,000,000 a year, which is more than onequarter of the country's entire national revenue. The loss of this amount would be felt with particular severity this year since the national expenditure has sharply increased as a result of the war in Palestine and revenues dropped due to a serious drought and locust plague. Should the Haifa refinery continue to operate successfully without Iraqi oil, the main losers ducts from Haifa. The Tripoli refinery in the Lebanon is unable to take its place because of Tripoli's capacity is only 250,000 tons a year. n Offers Aid To Arabs TA) — The jis week adlty Council contribute Ro a United b refugees a result of this offer, Alexander L Council to adopt the following three-point program: 1. The Council should impress the Palestine mediator with the urgency of the Arab refugee problem. 2. The Council should ask the International Red Cross to undertake a preliminary survey of the conditions of the Arabs. 3. The Council should—in the ran Alerts Jerusalem rA)—Col. Moshe Dayan. commander of the liem, called upon all Jewish inhabitants here unprovoked attacks by the Arab Legion. At rdered Jewish troops to be ready "for any Jewish military commander was issued followArab Legion guns directed at the Jewish| quarter, which resulted in the death of one Arab Legion also attacked a Jewish convoy supplies under the supervision of United U.N. observers were wounded by the event that the Red Cross reports that the Arabs are in need of aid —place at the disposal of the Red Cross a special fund for alleviating the refugees' plight. In his review of the Arab displaced persons, Cadogan linked the plight of the Jewish DP's in Europe with that of the Palestinian Arabs. Describing the displaced Jews in Europe as the "aggravating problem" in the Palestine dispute, Cadogan suggested that they be repatriated through established U. N. agencies—presumably the International Refugee Organization — and hinted that if this repatriation plan is not carried out soon, the British may propose an alternative plan. In his diagnosis of the Arab refugee problem, Cadogan estimated the number to be between 250,000 and 550,000. He listed 56,000 in Transjordan, the same number in Lebanon, about 70,000 Syria and "a considerable Dr. A. B. Silver Issued Visa NEW YORK, (JTA)—Special visa nurnber one for Israel was issued this week to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the American section of the Jewish Agency, in ceremonies which marked the official opening of the Israeli Consulate General in New York. Dr. Silver will leave for Israel next month to attend a meeting of the General Zionist Council in Tel Aviv. Arthur Lourie, consul general, also announced the appointment of several consular officers. At the same time, it was announced that the Israeli Office of Information here has opened a specialized reference service at the Consular Office. Under the direction of Mrs. Rinna Dafni, the referin of the Jewish forces in Jerusalem simulmembers of the military forces not to sign 'Israeli government to make Jerusalem the i petition is now being distributed among Jews rgun Zvai Leumi. Prof. Joseph Klausner, who ted the Revisionists, broadcast his withdrawal Iso-called "referendum" regarding the future j ^ he c hair, which is presided over the Irgun is now conducting in its petition I (Continued on Page 4) Fighting Continues In South Palestine TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A sporadic exchange of fire continues on the southern front between Israeli and Egyptian troops. The communique also said that elsewhere in Palestine the situation was quiet. However, several truce breaking incidents over the weekend were reported from the vicinity of Lajjun, where Fawzi el Kaukuji's irregulars are operating. Meanwhile, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok sent a letter to Bernadotte explaining once again the Jews' objections to the readmission of Arab refugees who fled Israeli-held territory. He refused to make any special concessions for the 70,000 Arabs who fled Jaffa and the 40,000 who left Haifa. He pointed out that the presence of these tens of thousands of Arabs would give the invading armies a new advantage against the Jews. Adding that the Arabs have agreed to continue the truce on what amounts to a day-to-day basis, with Arab spokesmen constantly threatening a renewal of hostilities, Shertok insisted that only after a final .peace settlement is made will the former ence service will answer inquiries on points of information regard-1 Arab residents of Israeli territory ing Israeli. 'be permitted to return. number of displaced Arabs in Palestine." The British delegate's statement precipitated severe criticism from Extraordinary Measures insure Sueeess Of Argentina I ..f .1. BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Jewish leaders here believe that at least 80 percent of the Argentine United Jewish Appeal campaign for 50,000,000 pesos ($12,500,000) will be achieved before the drive ends this" month, it was learned this week. Extraordinary measures are being instituted to guarantee the success of this first united campaign for overseas relief and Israeli needs. The leaders of the campaign have just announced that special tribunals will be established to apply moral sanctions against Jews who do not contribute to the appeal. Persons who do not contribute will not receive a special card without which they may not attend any social or cultural activity of the Jewish community. The Chevra Kadisha, largest and most powerful Jewish fraternal and burial society in Argentina, has threatened that Jews who do not aid the DP's and Israel will not be buried in Jewish cemeteries. Contributions are fixed by local committees at two percent of the assets of businessmen and industrialists and half-a-month's salary for workers. All Jews who have associated themselves with any Jewish organization in the past receive a note from the committees to visit their headquarters and pay their quota. During the period of the drive no other campaigns may be held by any Jewish organization. lack; Driven Task I—A largelaunched on [by Egyptian [by tanks, it %  iced here this taking place Bir Aslouj, imain supply [time in two observers at )ing station, er must be reach Jerueaten up and Legion perthat point, it here. Both and Jewish ;hey brought pair pumping %  ten and drivly, the Arabs permit Jewish ir the machithe entire kinder the adkhe UN.obNews Flashes Pays Call WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Israeli special representative to the United States Eliahu Epstein paid his first official call on President Truman at the White House. Afterwards, Epstein reported that the President told him he is confident that the state of Israel will continue to contribute to the progress of the Middle East. First Convoy JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The first supply convoy to pass along the main route from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem during the second truce this week arrived in Jerusalem after an uneventful trip via Latrun, where Arab Legion forces previously turned back several other convoys. Hebrew Gains NEW YORK, (JTA)—The New York City Board of Education reported this week that the study of Hebrew in the city's school system has gained more rapidly than any other foreign language. During the last three years, Hebrew gained more than 17.5 percent in enrollment, an annual survey disclosed. Pays $2,000,000 LONDON, (JTA)—The British government has decided to pay a $2,000,000 installment due on its subsidy to the Arab Legion, a Foreign Office spokesman said. He explained that the action was taken because of the present truce in Palestine. The payment, which is used for arming and equipping the Transjordan Legion, was due two weeks ago. Restitution MUNICH, (JTA)—Dr. Hans Ehard, Bavarian Minister-President, has issued a decree authorizing the creation of a three-man restitution council in the province to cooperate in the United States zonal restitution program. The ORT revealed that there are now some 520 Jews, not living in DP camps, who attend its trade schools in this city. The students, who receive a small monthly allowance from the Bavarian government, are registered in courses for automotive mechanics, typewriter repair, optical work, printing, photography and many other trades. Traffic Check TEL AVIV, (JTA) — United Nations truce control officers this week imposed a strict security watch on the port of Tel Aviv. Two American and two French observers took up positions along the port while other U.N. officials undertook a rigid examination of all goods and passenger traffic arriving at the port. Persons of military age were scrutinized with particular care. Swiss Birth Rate ZURICH, (JTA)—It was reported here this week that the Jewish birth rate in Switzerland, which since 1939 was on a continued decline, has shifted and is now on the increase. Jewish births in 1946 and 1947 showed an increase of 2.8 and 1.9 respectively. Planes Held CAMDEN, N. J., (JTA)—A Federal District Judge this week-end refused to release two fourengined Constellation planes held at the Milleville airport on the grounds that the planes might be destined for Israel. The planes have been impounded since July 14 $2,000,000 Asked For Administration Of DP Immigration WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman this week asked Congress to allocate an additional $2,000,000 for the administration of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, under which 205,000 DP's would enter the U.S. during the next two years. The sum, if granted, would make a total of $4,000,000 set aside for the DP immigration program since an initial $2,000,000 was appropriated when the measure became law. At the same time the President submitted for the Senate's confirmation the names of three persons to administer the refugee immigrant legislation. They are: Ugo Carusi, Edward M. O'Conner and Henry M. Rosenfield. The terms of the DP commissioners would expire June 30, 1951. Under the terms of the law, the three commissioners would be charged with "formulating and issuing regulations" and reporting at stated intervals, to the President and Congress "on the situation regarding eligible displaced orphans, eligible displaced perl (Continued on Page 4) m


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p. If fr ai C ai it w ir. S€ is tl I a? 1 SI ot I B ai re i la ol I w Sf W ai I at rr sc et I lo m Pi b: sc 01 tr h; ; gi ui Ji e\ tn r N Tl pi sp th w L. is st th ac %  re (d by • cc • fa n< ar • of th C \3f 2I in — I ) %  %  > %  %  i i i'i +jeistncrldtoil FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. PAGE TWO By Kapehueks After a three week motor tour to New York, stopping in Washington and the Carolinas, Mr. Personally Speaking •• Beach are at home "Mystery Auction Highlights Meeting \ j oint meeting of the Miami d Miam i^eaoh Masada w.ll ,, kl place Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Room, Rit/. Plaza u t the Coral Hotel Highlighting the program Will be a "mystery auction" eonducte d by Irving Best. Article! Beach, announce July 25. ^ ^ ^i^ttpr^** „„ m b _,, ,„** new hi: !" & %  &* £ isrts.*5 Set fcjra?ssssrt tt —M daughter of Mrs. J. Rosenthal, 1. New Jersey. Mrs. Silverman is -ghter of Mrs. J. Rosenthal, 1502^N.E. 1st Ave. T n un? NF 1st Ave., and tan Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hams JSMJJXW gn. ^^ ^ and family guest ; are entertaining as their house Ben Harris of Pittsburgh, Pa. T f 4100 Collins Ave.. lln g Abe Shaefer, *a| !" an mmittee in charge of Miriam SandSoldinger, living Best. Adele Zaker, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolfson, Marilyn Rubinstein Faith Alexander. Bob Tucker and Doris Aronson. of the CO arrangements, are ler, Sam Mrs. Martin Kapchuck and Mrs. Martin Kapchuk are at home at 750 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The former Miss Ann Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Stein, 801 8th St., Miami Beach, and Mr. Kapchuck were married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, June 30th at the Robert Richter Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Ruth Smolinsky attendee Mrs. Kapchuck as maid of honor at.d the Misses Thelma Smolinsky and Rita Kromberg were bridesiraids. Serving as best man was Harry Kapchuck, brother of the groom, while Jack Stein, brothei of the biide, and Mike Margolos GPrved as ushers. The bride attended New York schools and the bridegroom attended New York University after serving in the armed forces for five years. Miss Radin Married Mr. and Mrs. P. Perry Radin. 1917 S. W. 17th Terr., announce the marriage of their daughter. Geraldine, to Alex Mechlowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz of Miami Beach. The couple were married in Tampa, July 25 and are making their home in Sarasota, Fla.. where Mr. Mechlowitz is practicing law. Stopping at the Westover Arms Apts Miami Beach, for the summer are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Milter. Back home from a three^week trip to.New York: are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reinhard of 1355 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph £rdo left Sa.urday far a two week stay in New York. Following that they will attend a two week seminar at Brandeis Camp Institute in W.nterdale Pa. Iheu clans include a trip to Atlanta. Ga.. Labor Day weekend to Send the Junior Hadassah and Masada RegionaljConven, l0 ns. Traveling with them are Mrs. Pardo's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Albin of 1918 Liberty Ave. -fc Mr and Mrs. M. Edelman and Dr. E. J. Edelmun, 6838 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, are entertaining Mrs. Theodore Cohen of Brooklyn, and her sons Irwin and Ralph, for the month of August. Announcing the birth of a son, Larry Stephan, are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameroff of Orlando. Mrs. Cameroff is the former Madaline Schulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. M'.ss Marilyn Radoms of Birmingham. Ala. is the house guest of Miss Dina Predinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St. + Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss. 2355 S.W. 7th St. announce the : arrival of a son, Danial Avram, Saturday, July 31. + Spending a two week vacation in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer of Miami Beach. Frank A. Brown, past grand master of Florida, and Joseph Roberts, district deputy grand master, greeted a group of Free and Accepted Masons of Havana, on their arrival at the Alcazar Hotel, Monday. David Whitman, president of the Beth Jacob Congregation left for New York here he will join his wife. They will return in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, of Providence, Rhode Island, announce the birth of a son, David Gary, on July 22. Mrs. Schwartz is the former Beverly August, of Miami. %  %  %  New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. from Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Benno Webster and dauqhter and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woolfe. Celebrating his 21st birthday, Bernie Suffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scffer, 1425 S.W. 18th St., and owner of the Jack and J-11 Caterers, entertained 60 of his friends at a party at his home, Jul y 24, and at the Variety Club. DisZionists Hold Rally The Coral Cables Zionist ,, am ounces thai a rally celebrating the creation of the state of Israel is being planned for the latter part of August. • AT BdtvTfigASi n iiATni nncoin .,. cio...,>nl I L ... co.o.r.o.10 1 one-thii Only ..inr-ninn of pi 22.000,000 acres of WoodIa "* under organized ^ against forest fires. /flaw* Qutlm Your Complex D partaw Store With Quality Merchandis. Washington A*. >t lay, ^ Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New A*. parel and Accessory Stow 70 E. FUgUr St, Mitml 145 [ FLAGLU ST OPEN 11:45 SUNDAV &"2I 555 lUCOlN BOAO MIAMI BIACH %  : %  : %  .*: PILLOW CASES NYLON ..complete protection from summer allergies -• zipper M $4.95 each Strong, smooth nylon gives you protection from those summer allergies and keeps your pillow tightly enclosed and sanitary nylon fabric is covered with Horcolite that will not crack or peel stays soft and comfortable. Blue, pink. green, maize and white colors in the group. 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fjenistfkrirti^r FRIDAY, AUGUST 6 J PAGE FOUR • I i %  %  • '. I i II > i i I EDITORIAL ] Moral Sanctions A different approach to fund raising is suggest blowing t P h P e plan of the ArgenUne: Un.ed Wish Appeal, at present conducing Is cam P^gtfoTmoney fa? overseas relief and Israeh nPraS Extraordinary measures are being ***** to guarantee the success of the country^s fust United campaign. Special tribunals have been estabushed'To apply moral sanctions jn lews who do not contribute to the appeal A special card is issued to all contributor. wUhou which admission is refused to any of the social and cultural activities of the Jewish community. The burial society has threatened that ews who do not aid the DPs and Israeli will not be buried in Jewish cemeteries. These are a few of the credos established by the Jewish leaders ot Argentina. How successful would this approach be if tried in this country? Our burial societies who at one time played an important role in the life of the Jewish individual are on the wane. We find it difficult to draw people to our communitywide functions, much less refuse them admission. We have our rating committees who attempt to establish a measure of adeguacy of giving on the basis of ability to give. We can just pxture the reception some members of our community would give the Argentine procedure of fixing their contribution at two percent of their assets. Salaried workers are assessed a half-month's pay. We can also visualize Miamians trekking to the office of Federation to make their contribution without having to be solicited a number of times as the Eduvationai initiative The establishment of the Institute for a and the Middle East by the Dropsie College 3 Hebrew and Cognate Learning is n hrmnit. ceived and well timed public Hebrew and Cognate Learning is a happily a* ceived and well timed public service t 0 I Jewish community of the world. For its initiahwi REMOVE THE LOCK South Americans will attempt to do in this cam^^Moral sanctions can be the nucleus for a plan to be initiated by community leaders. Jewish people who shirk theil responsibil ty and contribute nothing of their means and time must be awakened to their responsibility^ • -. ••-initiate the Dropsie College, and its president, Dr. f^ ham A. Neuman, deserve our commendation. Designed, in the words of Dr. Neuman, 1 prepare scholars and historians in Middle M studies with emphasis on the contemporan I scene" and "to train personnel for consular, J ministrative or other government or commerce service" in Israel and the nations of the MiddW East, the new Dropsie College Institute will rat* a real need, one that will steadily grow Q 8 4, new state of Israel prospers and develops. Although the labor of political birth U u quite ended, it is apparent that Israel existi.aj will continue to exist. Therefore, what is m \ essential to its growth is cultural, economic administrative "knowhow." To aid in the trainiM of the future leaders of the new state of Israel 1 and to aid in the development of understandiJ of Israel and the nations of the Middle East | those Americans who will have to deal culturally,! politically and economically with the nations I the Middle East, is a service which the fortyyear-old Dropsie College can well fulfill. In augmenting its faculty by the addition d Hon. Edwin Samuel, the founder of the Middle East College of Public Administration in Jensalem, Dropsie's new Institute has gotten off lo I a good start. The results of its scholarship and learning today should be a force for qood, andol tower of strength to Israel for many years to con* Britain Offers Aid To Arabs (Continued irom Page 1) this month by the Soviet Union's Yacov Malik. Declaring that he called the session at the request of the British. Malik said he was "astonished" that Cadogan had introduced this "novel" issue without even complying with the procedure which calls for distribution of documents three days in advance of their publication. Cadogan admitted his error and apolized for the "misunderstanding." Following Cadogan's proposal. Israeli representative Aubrey S. Eban proposed that the entire refugee problem—that of the Arabs and the Jews, including the detention of thousands of Jewish refugees in Cyprus detention camps-sbe treated together. In this proposal Eban was supported by the representatives of the U.S.S.R. and the Ukraine Eventually, the Israeli-sponsored plan was adopted by the entire Council, without a vote. Inclusion of the Cyprus question was made with the consent of Cadogan, following a challenge from Malik who asserted that it was a logical corollary of the British suggestion. Council president Malik summed up the day's activities in a four-point program which will be sent to U.N. mediator Count Folkc Bernadotte for his information. The four-point program, which may not be discussed in the future except as an entity, is: 1. The Jews are to make a complete report on the Jewish refugees in Europe. 2. The Arabs are to make a complete report of the Arab refugee problem in Palestine. 3. A program of aid to both is to be worked out with the help of the U.N. Secretariat experts. 4. The Cyprus issue is now on the Council's agenda. $2,000,000 Asked For Administration Of DP Immigration (Continued from Page 1> sons and displaced persons. The three commiss will also direct the operation of over-all program, coordinating the related activities of the S1 it< Department's visa division. I Maritime Commission (trans] ation*. the Army (screening) and the U.S. Employment Service (job placement). Harry N. Rosenfeld .the Jewi member of the trio named y I President to administer the program, is a New York City attorney. He served as a legal assistant to the late Mavor Fior LaGuardia of New York and is at present a member of the I of directors of the Confi • n Jewish Relations. He is the sonin-law of the late Prof. Mi Raphael Cohen, the noted philosopher. Rosenfeld, an a ustanl to Federal Security Adminisl tor Oscar Ewing. is at present in Geneva where he is serving member of the U.S. delegatioi I the U.N. Economic and Social Council. Meanwhile. Stale D< part enl officials reported over the weekend that jobs are already waiting for all the 100.000 displi persons who may be brought to the United States during the next 12 months. Employment offers have been pouring in from industrialists, farmers, commei firms and public groups, the partment said. Off the Record 100 Tons Of Supplies Shipped To Israel One hundred tons of first aid medical supplies for the army and people of Israel were shipped last Friday by the American Red Mogen Dovid for Palestine, New York, via the SS FRYZOS. The steamer which sailed from pier 42. North River, carried 21 field ambulances. 20 auxiliary blood banks, half a million field and shell dressings and various other medical and surgical items. Arabs KojiH*t Moves For l*pai*i k TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The Israeli government has taken sever.,] steps to make direct contact the Arabs to negotiate a pi : %  i settlement in Palestine, but the Arabs have rejected all such attempts. Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok this week told a press conference here. The Israeli Minister added that under these conditions the Jews "certainly object to an indefinite prolongation of the truce" as unjustifiable. "Consequently," he continued, "we must maintain our army on a war footing. An indefinite truce is an intolerable uncertainty." Here and There Dr. Emanuel Neumann, i s way to Israel, will sto] irt I Israel tl They are 1 ingof 1 Zionist Con \ ist 22 W there 1 v ill try 1 ... lion lim between the f the Zioni nd the 1 irai li g v< rn ment ... Opposition by the Zionist < tion to 1 forms United for %  I that 1 tion i %  %  h< fun ; | ii (1 year's p irtnei ii • UJA? This is an imtanl IOV nee the welfare funds in'1 nev illed by f IVI '. %  ents /.. ni li ader;• : in; ti Keren : %  i ri n ibject 1 ZOA Y %  i xi • nd oi Ion* will %  ve of the Z.W.O and in t! i Ji %  ovi nment I iicallv it : I that t! %  %  • 7 t C • Thi trict ] %  %  I n't inter• ihi ZO nxt 7. t'-e ZO will 1 • ... vry t'n i % %  ,. [f dei ed not oi tivil tr> ZO v n empt> ell A %  • to Israi l's loai egotiatioi n's grant I .. King Abdullah Bv money to T | ent thai ing of • on.-. parties in the P ,:• tin. oes not constitute a vi • the UN truce order B. of the accruing advantage | membership in the international organizatii n [si u I may apply for UN membership before the nexl i •' -ting of th General Assembly • %  A memorandum advising that de juie recognition of Israel now would not violate either the text ., 0 i the UN truce is now sident Truman's desk Columnist Meets Critics ... A prominent Jewish figure in[ orms us that our recent item %  A Lost Generation." dealing t thi fate of Jewish children who were "sheltered" by Christian .luring the war, was % %  ,,„.. : ly out of line" Another Jewish community leader U s tl at t e crude handltuation by a "certain organization" brought about for individual children with a resultant skyrocket; g of prices by some peasants in Eastern Europe who had been ht out to give up t: e children hiding %  Counterncing this evil practice, he • i us, was the fact that undreds of fine people • ed Jewish children them up voluntarily after to the logical or legal Those people, he told ine humanitarian job for wl id the entire Jewish comis in their debt" C i king the available data on • li we found that after t e % %  thousands of Jewish chili ren wi e living with Chrisand in religious and institutions Found staying in non-Jewish surroundings 2.1(14 children in Belgium, some 8.000 in France and about 3,000 in Holland Figures on i countries are not available The local Jewish communi;upported by the JDC under%  the Jewish children C t an homes and institutions, but it is difficult to in' %  the exact results of these avors Approximate data on Ji w : i hildren .-till living in tian surroundings shows that are between 1.500 and 2,. i. about 400 in Hol700 in France. 200 in Hunand 10 in Belgium Stray Items Hie late Eleanor Medill Patterlis er of the Washington s-Herald, once tried to in• Einstein She following the father of %  for a long time with t! e trail ending at Palm Springs. %  California When she reached the place where Einstein was vacationing she found the famous scientist sunning himself unclothed except for a handkerchief his head ... Her ambition to interview Einstein was never fulfilled There has been much Israeli Army Puts On First Public Parade TEL AVIV. (JTA)-Nearljl 100,000 Israeli citizens this wed lined the main thoroughfare i\ Tel Aviv to extend an enthus-l astic reception to the first pubbc I appearance of the L-raeli Annj,l initiated in the underground and I brought to full organization il the midst of the war. The occasion for the parade was the first official state holiday, which alsl marked the 44th anniversary dl the death of Theodor Heni| founder of modern Zionism. The parade included land, ail and navy units, demonstrating every branch of modern arms, n-l eluding panzers and mountial military. Army planes circWl above while Israeli Navy unffll engaged in maneuvers along th(| coast. Foreign military obsenwl gather to view he paradtl praised the smart turn-out of l Israelis. Flowers were thrown*! the troops from beflagged Wl conies lining the route of .nardl and the cheering crowds pl sented candies to the sun-bunjl soldiers among whom are nerwi of the recent engagements l Jerusalem, Ramlch. Lydda, i zareth. the Negev and along t Syrian and Lebanese frontier* talk about the recently ad* DP bill being both. anti-Cathl and anti-Jewish ColujH John O'Donnel. no lover of| recently disclosed that the DP %  did not Catholics. discriminate Published evry Frlday • g•„ %  uv The Jewi.r, Fiorldl." rid ,. f SiXth S,r V e con M d ,a cT a SS 18 m a.r >*} tered M .econd-c"• ""„ HM 1930, at the Post Off" j, ffll Fla.. under the Act of "<>* lM M The Jewl.h Fondian "• „jm Mie Jewlth Unity and i T ^i weekly. Member of **• %Z\M araphlc Agency. Seven ^jl Syndicate, Worldwide New ^i National Editorial 8,0C E n g.l,hJS| can Aeaociat.on of t A „ M ut*| Newepaoere. Florida Preti SUBSCRIPTION RATE^ One Year. Two Yeere FRED K. 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