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The Jewish Floridian
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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
VOLUME 21NUMBER 32
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Israel Can Absorb
10,000 Monthly Says
JDC Man, Schwartz
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Asserting
that he is "convinced that 10,000
Jews can be absorbed monthly
into Israel for the next two years,"
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, Euro-
pean director of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, who arrived
here this week, tod a press con-
ference that his primary purpose
for coming to Israel at this time
was to investigate the possibilities
of mass immigration.
"One of the primary purposes
in establishing Israel was to pro-
vide a home for the displaced
persons," he said. "Now we have
come here to discuss the neces-
sary arrangements with the Pro-
visional Government of Israel."
He added that the "job of the
J.D.C. is to pay for the trans-
portation of the DP's to Israel."
Dr. Schwartz reported that
"750,000 Jews in Europeand the
majority of the displaced Jews
are anxiously awaiting the possi-
bility to emigrate to Israel."
Pointing out that more than 30.-
000 Jews have arrived in Israel
.since the Jewish state was pro-
claimed, Dr. Schwartz said a plan
has been worked out to bring into
Israel 10,000 immigrants monthly
which will cost, in transporation
alone, $1,250,000 per month.
Citing his recent visit to Cyprus,
Dr. Schwartz said that "while
the displaced Jews in Germany,
Austria and Italy- move about
freely, the 13,000 Jews in Cyprus
are virtual prisoners behind
barbed wire." He revealed that
U.N. Palestine mediator Count
Folke Bernadotte told a J.D.C.
representative on the island that
he had no objection to the im-
migration of the Cyprus detainees
to Israel, but said that the British
refused to allow their departure.
The J.D.C. European director
pointed to the fact that although
51,000 Jews arrived in Israel
since Jan. 1 of this year, the
International Refugee Organiza-
tion, which should have assisted
in moving the DP's, refused to
do so, explaining that Israel was
at war and some I.R.O. members
have not recognized Israel.
"Therefore," Dr. Schwartz de-
clared, "the J.D.C. is forced, but
prepared to carry the burden
alone. The Joint Distribution
Committee spends $6,000,000
monthly in Europe, 90 percent
uf which is contributed by Ameri-
can Jewry," he added.
Egyptian Mobs Kill
Jews; Loot Homes
PARIS, (JTA)The situation
of the Jews in Egypt was termed
this week "highly alarming" by
a Frenchman who returned from
Cairo and gave the first detailed
and uncensored report of the
pogroms, mob violence, mass loot-
ing terrorism which are now tak-
ing place throughout Egypt
against the Jewish population.
Egyptian mobs, he revealed,
killed three rabbis by splitting
their throats, after dragging them
into a Cairo slaughter house. He
estimated that at least 150 Jews
had either been killed or had
"disappeared" in Cairo incidents
during the last four weeks. A sub-
stantial number of Jews had
been wounded, he said. The
pogroms and anti-Jewish terror-
ism are tacitly encouraged by the
passive attitude of the Egyptian
government, be charged.
The gravest single incident, he
reported, occurred on July 20 at
one of Cairo's chief street car
junctions, in Malika Farida Place.
An organized group of Egyptians
ejected all the European passeng-
ers from several trolleys. All pas-
sengers suspected of being Jews
were savagely killed on the spot,
and many had their eyes pierced
or were knifed, while non-Jews
and Europeans were robbed of
all cash and belongings. The po-
lice made no effort to intervene,
Israeli Mission
Sks Exchanges
PRAGUE, (JTA)An Israeli
commercial mission here will
probably purchase this week a
.? 1.000,000 supply of sugar, it was
reported here. The order would
cover the needs of the Jewish
state for a six-week period. The
mission is also interested in buy-
ing potatoes, dextrins, starches
and other foodstuffs.
Another mission is expected to
arrived here to negotiate an ex-
change of products between
Czechoslovakia and Israel. It is
planned to ship fruits, juices and
jellies from Israel to this country
in exchinge for china, pottery
and lumber.
(A caole from Tel Aviv si id
that the Israeli mission in Prague
has acquired a considerable quan-
tity of sugar and is beginning
negotiations to pave the way for
future barter exchanges.)
Israel State Council Begins Preparations
For Election; Five Irgunists Jailed
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Work was begun he. e'this week on pre-
parations for the forthcoming elections to the Israeli Constituent
Assembly. The elections will be held in the late autumn, if
fighting does not resume.
The committee recently elected by the State Council to
prepare for the voting held its first meeting at which it mapped
the French visitor emphasized.
Of the large number of Jews
in Cairo who have been wound-
ed, he continued, 120 are now
undergoing treatments in the
Jewish hospital there and an un-
announced number are in govern-
ment or private institutions. Scat-
tered incidents of knifing of Jews
arc repeatedly reported in various
parts of the Egyptian capital, he
said. The killing of three rabbis
in the slaughter house took place
on July 21, he reported.
Both Jews and Europeans were
attacked earlier in July when
they left large motion-picture
theatres, the French traveler
stated. The most violent of these
attacks, he declared, occurred
near the Odeon and Rivoli Thea-
tres, in the center of Cairo, on
July 17.
Two Senate Leaders
Appeal For Backing
Of Loan To Israel
YASHINGTON, (JTA) Two
Senate leaders this week appealed
to the U.S. government to grant
de jure recognition to Israel, back
the $100,000,000 loan application
for Israel now with the Export-
Import Bank and sponsor mem-
bership in the U.N. for the new
Jewish state. Senators Claude
Pepper, a Democrat, and Owen
Brewster, a Republican, made the
pleas on the Senate floor.
At the same time, a resolution
asking President Truman to ex-
tend a $150,000,000 loan to the
state of Israel through the Export
Import Bank was introduced in
the House by Rep. Andres Som-
ers, of Mew York. The resolution
also called for the lifting of the
Palestine arms embargo, transfer
to Israel of Jewish DP's from the
U.S. zone of Germany and de
jure recognition of the Jewish
state by the U.S.
Jerusalem Coups
Expected by Count
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Count Folke Bernadotte, U.N. medi-
ator for Palestine, this week informed the Security Council by
cable that the situation in Jerusalem remains tense and that
"there are rumors of impending coups by irregular elements
which are alleged to be uncontrollable or to be used as spear-
out plans for the setting up of
voting machinery. At its next
session, the committee will con-
sider a draft of the election
statute.
Enough evidence to "charge the
defendants with high treason"
was alleged in court this week
against Peter Bergson and Jacob
Meridor by Zvi Ayelon, deputy
chief of staff of the Israeli Army,
at the hearing in a habeas corpus
proceeding brought by defense
counsel Max Seligman and Max
Kritzman in behalf of the de-
tained men and three other mem-
bers of Irgun Zvai Leumi.
Ayalon added that Bergson.
chairman of the American He
eratton, and Meridor, deputy Ir-
gun chief, would be released as
soon as public security permitted,
when the army was assured of the
Israeli hinterland. The five Irgun
members were arrested in con-
nection with the attempt of the
Irgun ship Altalena to land an
arms cargo off Tel Aviv during
the first United Nations truce.
The decision that the arrest
warrant should be issued came
from David Ben Gurion as Minis-
ter of Defense, Ayalon said, and
the warrant was issued by the
Army chief of staff, Jacob Dori.
He added that evidence against
Bergson showed that he had pre-
pared an armed resistance against
brew Committee of National Lib- the Israeli Army.
heads of regular forces."
The U.N. mediator emphasized
that "the demilitarization of Jeru-
sale as recommended by the
Security Council would best rem-
edy this tense situation." He
added that he is flying from
Rhodes to Jerusalem in order to
continue his talks with the Jews
and Arabs for the demilitariza-
tion of the city. "Pending results
of the conversations, I shall con-
tinue, with the assistance of the
truce commission, my effort to
relieve the tension in the city by
promoting as far as possible the
conclusion of arrangements on
specific points," he reported.
Food convoys for the relief of
the Jewish population of Jeru-
salem have been resumed under
U.N. supervision and efforts are
being continued to reestablish the
supply of water, Bernadotte in-
formed the Security Council.
However, he added that "opposi-
tion on the Arab side to measures
calculated to afford relief to the
Jewish population of Jerusalem is
increasing." He attributed this de-
velopment "to the bitterness
caused by the plight of Arab
refugees in Palestine and neigh-
boring countries and the unwill-
ingness of Jewish authorities to
cooperate in this matter."
Reporting on the general situa-
tion' in Palestine, the mediator
said that on a government level
both the Jews and the Arabs wish
to continue the truce. "Compli-
ance with its provisions must,
however, in the circumstances,
depend to a large extence on an
adequate system of supervision,"
he pointed out. He appealed for
additional military observers to
make the supervision of the truce
more effective.
"An effective supervision sys-
tem of the truce In all the more
necessary as there are signs of
tension resulting from the lack of
trust in the good faith of the
other parties and from the fear
that hostilities may shortly be
resumed despite the truce ordered
dotte pointed out. He drew atten-
tion to the fact that public state-
ments by Arab and Jewish lead-
ers have recently indicated that
their governments might, as a
consequence of alleged violations
by the other parties, take such
military action as they thought
fit.
In order not to permit any
breaking of the truce until a
peaceful adjustment of the future
situation in Palestine is reached,
the mediator, prior to his leaving
RhodeS, issued instructions to the
U.N. observers which make it
clear that "no party may uni-
laterally put an end to the truce."
The instructions emphasize that
"no party may take the law into
his own hands and decree that
it is relieved of its obligations
under the truce resolution of the
Anti-Semitic
Feeling Rises
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) A
report that anti-Semitic agitation
is rife in the city of Sante Fe,
capital of the province of the
same name, and that "anti-Jew-
ish propaganda is poisoning the
atmosphere" of the city, which
has a Jewish population of close
to 4,000, was published here this
week in the leading Jewish news-
paper, Die Yiddishe Beitung.
Israel Asks Early
Answer From Arabs
On Peace Proposal
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Following
up his oral request this week to
U.N. mediator Count Folke Bern-
adotte to transmit an Israeli in-
vitation to the Arab governments
for a peace conference, Foreign
Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok
confirmed this request in a letter
to the mediator. Shertok asked
in the letter for the earliest pos-
sible reply from the Arab states,
to be sent through Bernadotte.
There was great surprise among
the Jewish population at Sher-
tok's sudden peace proposal to
the Arabs, especially since Israeli
military leaders are inclined to
the view that a third round of
warfare might prove to be de-
cisively in favor of Israel. In
addition the belief had grown
here that war was again becom-
ing inevitable.
It is understood that King Ab-
dullah of Transjordan is ready to
act on Shertok's peace move by
calling a special conference to
consider Israel's invitation. It is
also learned from U.N. circles
here that the King will propose
that plenipotentiaries from all the
belligerent parties meet to dis-
cuss armistice terms.
Abdullah's strong card this
week is the plight of some 250,-
000 Arab war refugees and the
adamant stand taken by the Is-
raeli authorities that they are not
prepared even to consider the re-
turn of the Palestine Arabs prior
to a general peace settlement. It
is understood that, for his part,
Abdullah will takt the position
that a settlement of the refugee
problem is essential if the Arab
states are to be spared a catas-
trophe this winter.
Because of this situation, United
Nations circles here are more op-
timistic about a const: uctive out-
come to the negotiations between
the Arab states and Israel than
Security Council because in its
opinion the other party has vio-1 consideration of the surface facts
lated the truce." | might otherwise warrant.
DP Amendment Killed
By Senate Sub-Committee
WASHINGTON. (JTA)The Senate sub-committee on dis-
placed persons this week voted 2-2 against amending the Dis-
placed Persons Act which provides for the admission of 205,000
refugees to the United States within two years. The sub-commit-
tee thus killed all hopes that the bill can be changed at the
special session of Congress to
eliminate the many -discrimina-
tory features which have been
criticized by President Truman
and many civic, religious and
political organizations.
Sen. Kenneth S. Wherry of
Nebraska, Republican party whip,
has announced on the floor of. the
Senate that the Upper House will
consider no legislation at this
session which is not backed by
favorable committee action. The
House committee on DP's has re-
by the Security Council," Bcraa- vealed that it will take no action
on the DP's unless the move is
initiated.
It appeared virtually certain
that Congress will not pass a sup-
plemental appropriation of $2,-
000,000 for administration of the
Displaced Persons Act. In a state-
ment concerning the various sup-
plementary appropriations which
President Truman asked the spe-
cial session to pass, the chairman
of the Senate Appropirations
Committee, Sen Styles Bridges,
said the committee would only
consider the fund requests after
the House had acted upon them.


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PAGE TWO
Personally Speaking
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Traveling north by train for a
A. J. Tobin of Mian-.: Beach.
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MissKelene Scffer daughtei of Mi
S.W. 18th St., celebrated
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entertaining forty of he: friends at obirUi
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Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Apr:: r.~.v, retu
week vacation to New York c
visited their son-in-law and
Blumenthal.
After an extended trip up the east
Chaves. 310 Meridian Ave. have ret
has served on the board of the Jewish H
the past five years.
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Awaiting the arrive! of Mi and Mrs. N
...-. and Mrs. Abe Desatnack b
Israel Yulish of 2870 Pinetree Dr.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gannes returned
one month vacation visiting relatives at
were accompanied by theii chil
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Leaving for Puerto Rico to visit hei cous:
Sidney Wolfeld and family is Miss
of Mrs. J. Rosenthal. 1502 N.E. 1st A,
former Sylvia Rosenthal, daughter of
thai, 518 S.W. 21st Ave.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moss left yest
to New York and Newark.
* *
Mrs. Henriette Berger of the Outlet Shop :
Beach, has just returned from an extensiv
and California.
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Leaving today on a two week vac
Graham Fried. 1621 S.W..3rd St. The Fried- wi
N Y where they will visit with Mr. Fried's parents
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Miss Betsy Collegeman, daughter of Mr.
Collegeman, 1957 Marseille Drive, left for tfa
accompanied by her cousin. Mrs. Morton Keise:
who will visit her sister Mrs. Phillip Brooks, of New 1
will join her cunt, Mrs. Lill.cn Herman in New York
accompany her to Charlottesville, Virginia, wher<
visit Mrs. Herman's family.
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Edward Newman returned to the city I isl
ing a three week vacation. Mr. Newman's trip to
York where he joined his brother, Arnold Newm
nationally known photographer, for a trip to New C.
Hollywood. Mr. Newman was on assignmei
Fortune magazines, and in Hollywood photogi
of eminent scientists whose pictures end stories w
an early edition of Life. Wh:le in Hollywoo:: the
guests of MGM Studios. Arnold Newman's recent
eludes the two covers of Life magazine during J
Upon their return to New York they were joined by
mother, Mrs. Freda Newman, a local resident, who will return
here next week. Edward Newman is associcted with the
side Memorial Chapel, of Miami.
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Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.W. 7th St., has returned from a
month's trip to the north where she visited her daughter I
at Camp Lenore, Hinsdale. Mass. She also spent some time in
principal northern cities.______________________________
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Hadassah Division
Plans All-Day Outing
Miami Beach Business and
nal Division ol Hadassah
lanning an all-day outing on
ay. August 22 Leavtag from
the "Showboat at
the party will enjoyJlSh-
Ing, swimminR j danc. -
turning at 5 p.m Si,Wlai **|
tainmcnt has been planned
refreshments will hp "*
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Tiekcts are S 1.50 :,n be used tor the n .dassahUS
Organization tor the si,, ,
Israel. The public is jS<
attend. Tickets may be pu^
through meml ers or bv ]T\
the ticket chairman, mJ?'
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outstanding in tlivor.
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rich-tasting, traditional,
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busy mothers. 14-ounce
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Bronze
Green
Brown
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Lavei der
Lime
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Will Be Given Aug. 28
The Kadimah Chapter, I'. n
Women, will spoi
For Israel" on the tei
Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th and Col-
lins. Miami Beach, 8:30 p.m.. Sat-
urday. August 28.
Acting chairman of the da
is Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro
included on thi n ingements
committee are Mrs. Harry Al-
herts,. Mrs. Wm. Berson, M -.
Michael Fiedler, Mrs. Sam Seitlin
and Mrs. David Washer.
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JAY, AUGUST 13, 1948
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PAGE THREI
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ie Syrians
hatching ;> session of the Se-
rity Council, 1 listened to the
linn shyster, Paris al Khouri,
BiTipering about the "massacre
the Arabs by the Jews in
kllalee." My mind reverted to
incident years7'ago in Charles-
ti. a young lawyer rushing past
; on the street exclaimed, "Say,
fou want to hear something in-
citing, go to the Federal court."
ben I entered the court room of
lished cherry wood, I saw a
Diip of Syrians ocupying the
Jience benches. The Federal
lorney, J- Waites Waring, now
S. District Judge, sat on one
ie Next to an elderly Syrian
T. Moultrie Mordachai, a
eminently lawyer of Portu-
Lsi-Jewish discent. Standing was
C stately barnett A. Elsas,
rineily Rabbi of Charleston's
(formed Temple. Judge Henry
Middlcton Smith was presid-
Ig
[A word about the aristocratic
Hdu-e Smith, who traced his dee-
knt from the Middetons whom
tng Henry VIII raised to the
iiage. Character, ability, per-
Inality and strength fairly radi-
.,| from him. The largest land
tvner in South Carolina, he lived
the monastic seclusion of a
h, val scholar. A profound jur-
an Egyptologist, a historian,
am" Smith was proud with-
Ut arrogance, learned without
edantry. It was an unforget-
ilo experience to watch him
court after the grand mannci
Lord Justice in old England.
Rabbi Elsas and Judge Smith
ere carrying on a spirited de-
fcte, one interrupting the other.
[lost the feel of the court room,
a stern judge, of the pleading
Iwyer. It was more like tut)
(ilars absorbed in the argu-
ment of some knotty, erudite
roblem.
i Said Judge Smith, "What is the
Bee or color of the modern in-
bilant of Syria? It is impossible
say. No geographical area of
lie world has been more mixed
Bice history began. Originaly
ossibly of Hittite or non-Semitic
Bus. lor a time at least under
Egyptian domination, then ap-
auntly taken possession of
gely and possibly almost ex-
lusively by the Semitic people;
hen overlaid with immigration
torn European races, then again
bllowed by another Semitic con-
uest in the shape of the Arabian
lahometan eruption, then again
vn laid by the Mongolian and
hirkish conquests; and through it
with an effusion of blood by
Third Annual
Frolic* Planned
Plans are under way for the
Third Annual Sholem Lodge Fall
Frolic dance to be held Sunday,
slaVes from any accessible part
of the world."
The Judge held that under the
CnrstltUtion of 1790, a Syrian was
not entitled to American citizen-
ship. He had already written an
opinion to that effect in the case:
ex parte Shahid, 205 Fed. 812.
The American Syrian Society
took alarm. They brought Rabbi
Elsas from New York; his scholar-
ship and particularly his friend-
ship with Judge Smith were well
known. Any lawyer impelled by
curiosity can look up this case
in ex parte Dow 211 Fed. 486.
That afternoon, I had a college
course in Syrian history. Here
are some of the notes I made at
the time: "It seems that Syria has
never been an independent state.
It has been conquered, subjected
and dominated by Hittites,
Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Per-
sia, Greece, Rome, the Arabs, the
Seljuks, the Crusaders, the Mon-
gols, the Turks, the French. And
v hat hai been their cultural con-
tributions? Outside of a few theo-
logians, have they added any-
thing to the civilization or the
well being of the world? Has any
one ever heard of a creative
mind, a great poet, a philosopher,
j 3 musician, a statesman, or an
artist hailing from Syria?"
While listening to the sawed-
joff, bobtailed delegate from
I Syria whining about "the Jewish
i invasion of Palestine" I was
stiuck by his lack of any sense
I of shame. The troops of Um-
brae! were stripping the hides
[off, rot enly the Syrians, but of
their six allies numbering alto-
gether about 350,000,000 humans.
If the Syrians claim a Semitic
descent a debatable claim accord-
ing to the researches of Judge
Smith, then they ^should take
pride in their Jewish kinsmen,
the art-retypes of the Semitic
family. If Syrians are at all capa-
ble of appreciating cultural
achievements, then they should
V>lcome back a people who, from
Sam Silver
Marx Faber
September 12. at the air-condi-
tioned Frolic Club. A program of
entertainment is being arranged,
details of which
will be a n -
r.ounced at a lat-
er date. The
Women's Chap-
ter of Sholem
Lodge, together
with the B'nai
B'rith girls, will
participate. Past
presidents Sam
Al Pallot Silver and Al
Pal lot are in charge of arrange-
ments and tickets respectively.
Marx Fabcr is the present Sholem
Lodge president.
MoseE to Einstein, have never
i sed to be creative. If Syrian
leaders are really concerned with
the improvement of their be-
nighted, impoverished, diseased-
ridden masses, then they should-
thank God and Allah for the re-
turned Jews, who brought edu-
cation, sanitation, a higher stand-
ard of living and modern civiliza-
tion to lands that have been re-
trogressing for a thousand years.
Robert llichter
Scene Of Fine-
Fried Wedding
The Marine Room of the Robert
Richter Hotel was the setting in
which Rabbi Colman Zwitman
.solemnized the nuptial vows of
Miss Joy Fine and Mortimer
Fried Sunday, August 1.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Fine, 2250 S.W. 18th
Ave., was attended by Miss Made-
lin Linshutz of Nashville, Tenn.,
as maid of honor.
Daniel Fried served as his
brother's best man and ushers
for the occasion were Lester
Goldstein and Walter Rawlson.
Mrs. Fried will continue her
studies at the University of Mi-
ami while her husband, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fried,
1630 S.W. 20th St., will continue
studying law.
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1948
PAGE FOUR
EDITORIAL
Tli# Arab Reluqev
Great Britain this week summoned the Se-
curity Council into an "emergency session to
consider the pliqht of 250,000 Arabs who have
fled Israeli territory since hostilities began.
It is easy, amazingly easy, to see through
the crudely woven fabric of this latest expression
of altruism on the part of His Majesty's govern-
ment. But the sophistry of the gesture cannot be
fully appreciated until we view, in its entirety.
the British-engineered propaganda cycle which
this action completes.
The problem of Arab refugees is, of course,
a real one; but, characteristically. Israel is the
only nation that is genuinely concerned with
their fatenot Great Britain or the Arab League^
A number of articles on the question appeared
in the Israeli press during the recent four-week
truce. Excerpts from one of them follow:
". The criticism of the Arab states by Arab
notables in Palestine, and the open complaints of
Lebanon to the member nations of the Arab
League regarding its great burden of maintaining
thousands of Arab refugees, finally induced the
Political Committee (of the League) to place the
refugee question on its aqenda. The Arab League
fears that the problem may lead to great up-
heaval."
"... These refugees, with no one to care
for them, live in a state of privation and want.
They face starvation. Those who fled to Trans-
jordan, Syria and Egypt are interned in camps
and are forbidden to trade or engage in their
accustomed occupations."
". The Syrian government spends one
half of a Syrian pound (about 20c) per day on
each individual. The refugees, in turn, complain
bitterly. What was the reaction of the 'democratic
Syrian government to this? It forced many oi its
charges to sign telegrams expressing thanks to
the government 'for its kind attitude towards the
refugees.' This kind attitude apparently motivated
many of them to sell their clothing so as not to
perish from hunger."
"In addition to their physical privation ,many
Arabs have suffered emotionally from the hostili-
ty of the Arabs in the neighboring countries. They
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are treated as deserters, slackers, cowards, who
let others fight their battles."
". The antagonism towards the Palestinian
Arabs has steadily progressed. It rose sharply
whenever news of Arab defeats leaked through,
to the extent that if the refugees hud not been
interned, bloody riots would have ensued be-
tween the enraged populace and themselves."
"... The Arabs who are no! refugees also
suffer grievously at the hands of the il
especially in the Egyptian zone of occupation.
The Egyptians treat them as slaves they buy
whatever they need for a song in the occupied
cities in compensation for their having 'liberated
the Palestinian Arabs'; and the latter are now
engaged in comparing the attitude of the bj
witn that of their 'liberators'."
"... Abdullah now seeks to return the Ar t.
refugees to his zone of occupation in order to
strengthen his control His mouthpiece thi
Ramallah Radio, justifies the Arab flight'and
terms it a 'second Dunkirk* ... The Hashemi*
king now poses as the benevolent protector of fa
Palestinian Arabs, for whose rehabilitation, it
claimed, the British government has offered'lam,
sums of money. ($400,000 was offered this week)
But the establishment of Israel as an existing fag
has removed the last vestige of faith which the
refugees had in the Arab League."
". The plight of the Palestinian Arabs is
now more aggravated than it ever was. On the
one hand, their subsistence depends on the Arab
nations harboring them, and on the other, no one
cares about their future, or that of their property,
in their own country."
But that is not the entire picture. The wide-
spread panic among the Palestinian Arabs was
not entirely spontaneous in its origins. It was
carefully nurtured by the Arab propaganda ma-
chine, aided and abetted by its traditional ally-
Great Britain. It is no accident that British army
vehicles of every description were made avail-
able for the evacuation of Haifa and Tiberius, to
fac litate the mass exodus. It is also significant
that 20,000 Arabs returned to Haifa within a week
of its occupation by the Haganah .
So the propaganda stunt backfired to a large
extent: it created unexpected tensions in the Arab
world and "enlightened" the Palestinian Arabs.
But it did not entirely lose its value as a poUtical
weapon in the hands of the United Kingdom.
Alexander Cadogan, seeking new grounds
for holding back the ten thousand Cyprus "il-
legals," tries to equate their plight with that of the
Arab refugees, knowing full well that the two
problems have not the faintest relationship to
one another.
He also hopes to impose upon Israel the mili-
tary and economic liabilities of readmitting at
this moment a quarter of a million Arabs-a body
of refugees which his government deliberately
created!
It will be a neat trickif he gets away
with it _____
Care For The Aged Problem Met By Three ffilT"
Sub-Committees Ot Greater Miami Fed.
Three sub-committees to concentrate their attention to the
care for the aged problem of this area will be appointed shortly
by Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the community planning
committee'of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Announce-
ment of this decision was made following a meeting oi the
committee on July 29. Th, three pj ,. _. ,,._ ..^ ..
sub-groups wil delve into the the purchflSe ,. ,- ; : ,
To Support Strike
Bead Chapter of
V< t< rai s Commit-
tated t
bit
, La iu. Auxiliary today an-
, their support of the Da-
le ami Kite
'
meat strike. "For the
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aged problem, dividing I en in- ,, : ^ ,
vestigations into thre. nnel ,:.: :
capital needs of a u E agencies; programs of other com-.Myers addi
munitics and a model plan for ___ munities and a model plan for
Greater Miami; and coordinating
:. : ed tl ;.,..' re-
sponsible' ng ol
. :.:/.,t be laid to meet the needs of in-
run : encies requ< sting
UVldUi :
ave been
frii nds in this area urg-
t and si

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study i ...
itUN
': the A
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the services of loca
tions. sy
Revicwir.u the work of the ,.
.. b ., for the aged even more directly
eommunitv planning committi
Mr. Myers stated that the meet- v;,:- *" leration.
ing was the outgrow.: con- Morris Kl;.-s. exi il
ference held by Federation and tor of Federatioi issed th<
the Home for the Aged commit- ad\ of I i
tee to discuss- the future pro-jmetl I of
gram for the Home, and that tni inj thai
present meeting died for exchange of inl
the purpose of bringing together gency plans, a I inl
all groups concerned with this progj
will tun '
ecu
'.'.".< mil
ing I t to purchase meat
l meal packers
itor bring the price
lowi to th< level of the
nnner,'1 r< ported public
i Hal Bergida.
lary the AVC spear-
ed a nation wide meat strike
ilai .suits. The AVC
wishes to urge all
heir friends and fam-
i arplj curtail all pur-
meat, Bergida
an-

segment of the local Jewish pop-
ulation to inaugurate con munity-
wide plar.ring. The chairman
praised t i lirectors of
the Home for U i Agi the
progress made during the past
two years.
Mr. Myers also gave
outline of the background of loci 1
Jewry, pointing out that the J< w-
lsh Social Service Bureau, then
way
rt presentativi
:' : of their in-
:ations
: nity. Agei
: rting incl ude I thi Beach V
Bur.'. : Ji ish Ed
the A nd
Servici
AVC Summer Dance
Offers Club Bali Show
The A Vel
North Shore Women
Give Luncheon Party
A n followed by man
an card games will be
' North Shore Worn-
Health Club Latest
Feature Of Miami Y
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Young Men's and Young Womens
Hebrew Association of Miami, has
announced the opening of a
Health Club in the new building
of the Miami Y at 450 S.W. 16th
Ave The "Health Club will offer
steam room, showers, ultra-violet
lamps, electric vibrators and other
usual Health Club facilities. In
addition, there will be a profes-
sional licensed masseur m at-
tendance. Membeiship in jhe
Health Club is available at *
per year for Y members.
"Heat Wave Dance"
Sponsored By Emanons
A beauty contest in search of
Miss Iceberg" will be he feat^
attraction of the Heat
Dance," mflhthly affair of W
Emar.on Club. Sunday. August 29,
9 p.m. at the Miami Y.
Other features ot the dance J
be the informal attire of UJ
patrons, sun-back dresses, shorn
and crew shirts, and a dan
contest.
:
The stat< rrent of the Ho
known as the Jew:.-: Welfari I then is r.ov
Bureau, was the first agency in capacity resident grou] :
social. Those in-
tending should call
us dru
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refugee services, fol-lcer, mental cases. Trnprna-^" IS-cho1 and ^ .'...,, M' .' .' M.00 and t
lowed by a study of Jewish ed-; blir.dness. etc i ong
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Mr. Myers continued with a
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' ar. $1.00 and th
^ th* 10 to 12 n .,'; rcbuUding of the recently
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Volume 21 ,.-T'i3 1941
FRIDAY. AUGLsT 13.
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+Jewi*ti HcrHktn
PAGE FIVE
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Irs Joseph Kripke
Kripkes Make
[in Toledo, Ohio
ne in Toledo, Ohio, after
trip along the eastern
(c Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ike The former Dorothy
daughter of Mrs. Anna
ban, and her groom were
[in marriage July 18, in
Ten of the home of Rabbi
Jlcscheloff, Miami Beach,
tide was attended by her
Irs. Abraham H. Eiscn-J
jhile Benjamin M. Bien-
rved as his brother-in-
lest man. Following the
fcy the family attended a
linner at the Shelboume
kripke attended the Uni-
|of Toledo and Mr. Kripke
ftduate of MIT.
sds Of Party Go
ledical Supplies
Ambassador Cafeteria, Mi-
|ach, will be the scene of
y's games party to be given
Miami Beach group of
Bh from two to five. Mcd-
feplies for the State of
mil be purchased with the
fls of the affair to which
jplic is invited. Refresh-
Iwill be served. Mrs. Bar-
linkle and Mrs. Fred Jonas
[charge of arrangements.
Hears Stearns
Lodge B'nai B'rith
Ir.s will hear Frank Stearns,
|ve secretary of the plan-
jard of the city of Miami,
luncheon meeting at the
swner today. He will dis-
fhe Patterns of Miami's
Miss Audrey Bergida
Bergidas Announce
Troth Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. William Bergida.
6291 S.W. 14th Ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Audrey Pearl, to Berne M. Becker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N.
Becker, Miami Beach. The two
University of Miami students are
planning a March 5 wedding.
Clubs Join To
Sponsor Dance
Clara Landau Chapter and the
Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith will
jointly sponsor a dance on Satur-
day, August 28, at the Atlantis
Hotel, Miami Beach. Geared to a
nautical theme, a variety pro-
gram "Nautical but Nice" will be
presented. Ofelia Fernandez,
Cuban concert pianist, will be
featured. Marshall Simmons,
radio commentator, will act as
master of ceremonies. A rhumba
contest will be part of the eve-
ning's entertainment. Miss Elaine
Schwartz and Dr. Lester Gordon
are co-chairmen of the affair, as-
sisted by the Misses Arlinc Sissel-
man, Marjorie Stern, Dolly Still-
man, Dorothy Michelson, Gloria
Farkas and Mark Brown. Tickets
at $1.00 may be secured through
members of both lodges.
Tillie Livingston Heads
Show Night Committee
The Emma Lazarus Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Business and Pro-
fessional Women has named Tillie
Livingston to head the arrange-
ments committee for Sunday
night's "Show Night and Dance
at the Shelborne Hotel. Tickets
may be secured through organiza-
tion members or by calling Miss
Livingston at 2-4994.
Masada Shows Film
"Return of the Wanderer," a
Palestinian film, will be the fea-
ture of the Sunday night meeting
of the Miami Beach Masada at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The program will begin at 8:30
p.m.
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Organization
Of Sistcrliooil
Takes Plaee
The orgai '
,.., -,-, mpiel ih Sisterhood took
I -' <': H>"d''
Pa Hotel. Miami Beach, with
Mrs Be in S i rry as acting
an.
Principal ?p< ak< rs were Rabbi
Davi Ra i iritual leader oi
:... Harold Shapiro,
. I the board, Dr. Si
,. ;; rid Allied Kreis-
ler, s f the b lard.
The pi >t entertainment
included Mrs Irving Nelson al
in I Miss Elaine Weil,
who ren It red the \ il si Lections.
Cnar, mbe! if the sister-
cludi Mes lames B. H.
,.; c Gord m. Jack
R ch. Al Cohen, Samuel B
c ,rles Raa F e Tuplcr. F.
Coplan, M S. Purcel, Herman
Glassi r, Benjamin Tupler, Henry
i bein. Ab Hirsch, Raye Cole.
Hatl M lowitz, Hinda Frey< r,
Sara M Shulman. F ye Phillips.
Samuel Rollach, Madeline Bieit-
kof, Clara Mae Van Ness, Lilyar.
Drucker, Ruth Scura, Anna
Strauss, Gilbert Balkin, Alice
Frankel and Miss Jean Sara
Mei hlowitz.
Women desiring to become
mbers of Temple
[sai il Sisterhood, now in the
process of formation, are asked
to call Rabbi David Raab, 0-5103.
1-2248 for information.
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the torn ation of and
class are ask.
Beach Y on Mond at
Athletic Contests
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Closing exen
YMHA Home Can p will
this week. Among the i
planned is a Mac
ire of a re-i nactmenl
tinian type Olyn
i uled are a I ii k meel
vollyball, potato and black
pea races. The entire ca
the four-year olds to the
will participate. The firal vent
will be a show on Thursda i '
ning al 7 o'clock to wl
public is invite C
skits and song nui
for musical review v.
in the U.S.A.,"
pared by the childn I
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Gilbert Kaplan, son of Mr. and
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The Mizrac! i Wnm
Beach Chapter wife?d
party at the Park fn ,ftN
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P.m. The affair, whS?I %
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benefit ol the orphar* ^II
priviledged ci.:l,ir, o^
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Rabbi Shapiro Leaves
For South America
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LY, AUGUST 13, 1948
*Jewish fkuridHan
PAGE SEVEN
ii 0
is
[Israel Reborn
JvieW by Rabbi David*Raab)
very simple but direct
ler the short entitled "Is-
Reborn" brings one up to
in the news about the State
L-ael. This short news reel
tvs the pattern of the pop-
"March of Time" variety
intended to educate and
lighten. Very briefly but ef-
ively we are given a clear-
vievv of events as they unfurl
Vc our very eyes. What we
L read in a week in news-
fcrs and magazines is presented
Bhe screen in a crystallized
The scenes are well chosen
[the narrator describes bcauti-
the fast moving action.
is number one reel of "Israel
fern" tells of the incessant de-
rations of the various leader^
he world at the United Na-
s Assembly and their deci-
to partition Palestine and
create, after almost two
[isand years, the State of Is-
From the UN Assembly in
.. Success we are shifted to
DP Camps where we behold
homelessness of our brethren
all its grim reality. But what
complete transformation oc-
with the hearts and minds
souls of these people as they
rn of the proclamation of the
;h State of Israel. Joy and
fill their hearts at the same
for the dream which they
for and prayed for has
[Tally come true.
rom the DP camps we are
sported to Israel and we be-
ild the war between Jew and
fab in all its intensity and
Irceness. Bullets and gun lire
II the air of the holy city of
pusalem. There is danger and
ktruction at every turn. But
lost inspiring is the will de-
leted heroism of the army of
Eael.
'Israel Reborn" as a short reel
current events is an excellent
|edium of presenting the news
the masses of Americans, both
few and gentile alike. Such a
Monthly reel in the theatres of
tnerica will bring about more
bod will than all the speeches
nci pamphlets combined, for the
ew is presented as a dignified
nd creative individual. "Israel
febom" is highly recommended
. the public.
"Israel Reborn" is now apptar-
\g as part of the regular pro-
K.in at the Plaza theatre, Mi-
Inii Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I ( nt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. llS7i;s.
ISIDORE! LAZAROFF, Plaintiff, vs.
lirni LAZAROFF, Defendant.
TO: KITH LAZAROFF, 8190 Ro.hain-
ii. -hi Avenue, Bronx, New York:
c o Mendelowlts.
V'mi are hereby ordered t<> file your
ippearnnce or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
\.,i i,\ ISIDORE LAZAROFF, on or
before the 8 day of September, 1948,
w is.- the allegations of said till!
win ii. token as confessed against
\ nil.
DONE AND ORDERED this day
... August, 1948
i:. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
ni-iiiii Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEl IROE .1. TALANI >FF,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
'" 27 9 ::
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN TDK CIRCUIT I'ul'RT OF TDK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciRcriT
OP hLOKIDA. IN AND F< >l{ DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No.
118499.
ALDEN I. MacPAWN, JR.. Plaintiff.
vs. GLADYS JUANITA MacPAWN,
Defendant.
To: GLADYS' JI'ANITA MacFAWN,
101514 Bast Fifth street.
ing Beach, California
Y(ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the aln-o
styled cause for divorce, on or I
the 2lth day of August, 19*'
Dated this 26th day of '
E. B. LEA""
Clerk of
(Circuit Court s.ai),
SAMUEL J. KA^f
827 Calumet B
Miami, Florida
7/sn 8/6-13-20 ___
dcc
The cast of characters of the two-act play. "Behold My
Shadow" to be presented this Sunday night at 8:15 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Y, under the direction of the author. Miss Lillian Fox,
are from left to right, Marilyn Meyerson, Melody; David Wittes,
David Drew; Alice Bergson, Mrs. Drew; Pauline Fried. Bess.
Rabbi Shapiro Guest
Speaker At Benefit
A benefit dance and entertain-
ment for the State of Israel will
he given by the Hungarian-
American Culture Club on Sun-
day at 8 p.m. at their club house.
3901 N.W. 2nd Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be guest speaker.
On the entertainment side of the
program the following artists will
appear: the Misses Evelyn Sam-
uels. Dawn Lorine and Lovinger,
soloists; Dr. Paul Beck, tenor:
Leon Shiff. basso. A Hungarian
gypsy orchestra will furnish
music for dancing. Admission to
the affair will bo $100. Prior to
the evening's activities dinner
will be served at the club house
beginning at 5 p.m. Reservations
may be made by calling 7-9797.
August bros RYt
** is the BEST.'
MRS. GERTRUDE RIMER
Sister of the late
ETHEL BARG
Wishes to thank her many
friends for their kind ex-
pressions of sympathy in
her bereavement.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 118780.
ItELLE BANNER, Plaintiff, vs. jack
BANNER. Defendant.
TO: JACK BANNER
iv". Baal 2nd Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the BUI of Com-
plain) filed in th.- above styi.-d cause,
m or before September 9, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this order be published once
n u.ek for four successive weeks ill
The Jewish Ploridlan, a newspaper
published in Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 1" day of Auuusl, 1948.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court SeaB
By M. C. PEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
AttOI n.-v Hi Law
Iu2:l Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
v 13-20-27 : :'.
net
NOTICE i .
IN TDK CIRCUIT^!!
ELEVENTH JUDIC
IN AND FOR DADE
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, .
1185SC.
STANLEY LEIBOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ANN BISHOP LEIBOWITZ, De-
fendant.
To; Ann Bishop Leibowlts
Route 2. Box 217
Ventura, California
You are hereby required to ffle an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 31st day of
August, 1948, otherwise, a I.....ree Pro
Confesso "ill be entered against you.
Dated this 29th day of July. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By I: II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
h^t Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undetsinued. desiring to .-image ill
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Venetian Blind Mfg. Company
and Durable Venetian Blind Mfg.
Company at 2052-54 N.W. 2nd Ave..
Miami. Fla intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
c.urt of Dade County, Florida.
A ETTINGKR
(iwner.
8 13-20-27 B ::
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN and FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA.No. 18892
IN RE: ESTATE I P
EMANUEL FROHMAN,
I deceased,
NOTICE Ik hereby
hn\
given that 1
....... .. ,n ,,,-,<-,,,, .\. n iiiilt i
have nied my final report and petlton
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the Estate of Emanuel Frobman, De-
A F. GIVEN
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ACCOUNTANT
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EDDIE ALPER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
Little Bake Shop at 2127 8. W. 22ml
Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register Bald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACOB I. L'.FSET
Sole i twner
MYERS, HKI.MAN .t- KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
T 10-23-30 8/6-13
ceased.
This 2nd day of August, 1948
MRS REBECCA PROHMAN,
Executrix.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 fteybold Duihllng
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
s 6-13-20-27
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>
OKDbR OF PUBLICATION
IN THE oiltcilT COURT OF THE
1Mb JUDICIAL fllP TIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, Fl.oRIDX
iv CHANCERY, No. 118807.
MORRIS BENDER, Plaintiff, vs.
wiv BENDER, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: Mrs. Amy Bender
Kir>8 Popham Avenue
Bronx', New York
' MRS. AMY BENDER
136 Circle Drive
Roaslyn Heights, Ixmg Island.
Vcw York.
You are hereby notified and ordered
,. ,|c,car to the Dill of Complaint for
Dlvoi..... Wed against you In the above
*tyl"' cause on or before the ii day
of' September, 1948, otherwise the
allocations of said Dill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
Lei this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
he JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
laper published* i" Dade County,
P',0rld8- ,-: D. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk "I Circuit Court.
lCir.il Court S.all ......
By M. C FRIGE,
I teputy < -Jei k.
HARRY DIETZ
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Building
Miami :.;. Florida
8/13-20 27 8 :: ___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Highland Park Market at 1400 N.W.
Mil Court. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Cl.rl ol
the circuit Court of I'ade County.
''MOB BERKOW1TZ
ARNOLD HURVITZ
I IWIlelS
\ 13 20-27 9/8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring; t<> engage In
business under the fictitious name
LOUIS HAFTEL'S WOMEN'S
DRESS SHOP
it number 1016 Lincoln Road In the
City of Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
LOUIS HAFTEL
HELENE HAFTEL
AUDIJEY COHEN
jack A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicant
7 :.. s/fi-13-20
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 6765 l~i Qorce Drive In the
city of Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
clerk o? the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
THEl DORE GOLDFINGER
BEATRICE GOLDFINGER
LEO 8HEINER
Attorney for Applicant
1204-05 Pacific Huilding
Miami .iL', Florida.
7 23-80 S'6-13
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB
COUNTY. -- IN CHANCERY, No.
118661.
MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
OERALDINE ROSENBERG, De-
fendant.
TO: GERALDINE ROSENBERG
148-15 '.n'tli Road
Jamaica, New York
Yof ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that B 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 ii. 1948, otherwise the al-
ienations of said bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 1948.
E, B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
iCircuil Court SeaD
By W'M W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ii.. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name ol
)()| l>INX APOTHECARY al 1683
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
,i | >ade Count... Floi Ida.
WILLIAM col.DIN
JEROME col.DIN
Applicants
MYERS. HELMAN & KAPLAN
Vttorneys for Applicants
13 -'ii 27 iu
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.Mop.l.KVS MARKET at 4lT East
Okeechobee Drive, Hlaleah, Florida,
Intpnd to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count v, Florida.
MARK S. BURNETT
SAMUEL LUTZ
UASMAN. SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7/16-28-80 8/6-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LERXERS MARKET at 2090 North-
west 75th Street, Miami. Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY LERNER
MARTIN Bl'RD
UASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7 16-28-80 8/6-13
"NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 8. W. 44th
Curt, Miami 34. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
'" '"' NORMAN L. GREENDERG
Sole Owner
\\|os BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
, 18 23-86 S/C-13
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT c. (-RT OF THE
UTir JUDICIAL CIRCUIT up
FLORIDA, IN AND FoR DADB
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
118667.
FLORENCE B. DRURB, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM DRUBS, Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM DRUBS
ill I'.. 19th St I. el
Brooklyn, New York
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTlFIF*D
that a suit for divorce lias 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 bill will be taken
as confessed i.\ you.
Daled this Ith day of August, 1948,
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seali
By wm. w.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
n:: Congress Building
Miami, Florida
S'6-13-2fl-27
STOCK INC.
Deptlt.v Cl.-rk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S .V.- THERESAS SNACK
BAR at L'l\ West Flakier S.ie.t, Mi-
ami. Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of lade County, Fkirlda.
THERESA A. WILLIAMS
HENRY DONAHUE
Equal Partners
AMos BENJAMIN.
Attorney 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
Miami Vogue Mfg. Co. at :t:::: N.W.
22nd Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
LOUIS ZAKARIN
8/6-13-20 27 9, I







:


PAGE EIGHT
le^iaHflrfldlkiri
FRIDAY
AUGUST.
Israeli Government
Plans Perpetuation
Warns Bercovici
Tin- Miami Chapter of the
** American League for a Five Pal-
chairtmne this week issued a news
Princip David Raab.ho warned that the preS-
the Temple,'tonal Government of
chairman of theoaring steps to pi
mour Kreisler an.'ven. if necessary,
ler. members of ti-. << scheduled elec-
The program of n. Bervovici just
included Mrs. Ir\rtn from the Jeru-
the piano and rotated that "the Bi n
who ren li '' /fernment of Pah I
; any of tm trapping il
(i p p r e s s i v e and dictatorial
regime."
Bercovici stated that Ben Gurion
ale in the Jerusalem seme, stated
that the provisional government
has arrested its potential oppon-
ents, such as Peter Bergson, an'1
is holding them under tin
ominable British Emergency De-
fense Regulations." Bercovici
stated he "was unable to see
Bergson. founder of the H< brew
Con-.mittee of National Libera
tion. Bergson is being held like a
common criminal in a prisor
formerly used by the British to
confine Arab felons."
Bercovici stated al Hen c; .
is obviously getting ready for a
renewed drive to liquidate the
Irgun and all other oppos
groups on the pretext thai tl e
"Irgun may ri op -. the attli
Jerusalem
"I know of no prep.,: ations on
the part of the frgun to battle in
Jerusalem. Rumors to the con-
trary an eing circulated ii an
attempt to lay the groundwork
for a violent attack againsl any-
one who might b"at them in a
free 'lection. In the even:
this drive fails it is probable that
Dr. Weizmann will be returned
to Palest::-.,- around the 15th of
September when he will
quish British nationality and re-
Temple Group
Given Party
The patio oi the Hyi i Park
Hotel. Miami Bi ach, will e I ie
scene of a games party undei I i
auspices of Ihe Sisterhood
Temple Beth Sholom Moi
,.. |6 T | proci i I thi*
;. the second m a si
midsummer
I j Krensky. president
of the Sisterhood and her board.
i e bem fit f the ri
ligious school.
M s Em u uel Goldstrich chair
wavs and mean*
o
I t the foil ng worn
en are in cl ai ^< of thi ; art}
Mrs. Fred Somerstein,
,i Mark Donan
.i, an C. Lehman, pul licit} Mi
Alexandi r Ri.....'
Irving Marcus assisted b} Mrs
Lester Korshak, refi
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Bercovici said Unit* N ons
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the direction of Mrs. Joel Belov.
These classes will replace those
which have been given Tuesday
nights at the Beach Y and Thurs-
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Mrs Florence Finkelstein, ex-
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LY, AUGUST 13, 1948 Jewish fkuridHan PAGE SEVEN ii 0 is [Israel Reborn JvieW by Rabbi David*Raab) very simple but direct ler the short entitled "IsReborn" brings one up to in the news about the State L-ael. This short news reel tvs the pattern of the pop"March of Time" variety intended to educate and lighten. Very briefly but efively we are given a clear%  vievv of events as they unfurl Vc our very eyes. What we L read in a week in newsfcrs and magazines is presented Bhe screen in a crystallized The scenes are well chosen [the narrator describes bcautithe fast moving action. is number one reel of "Israel fern" tells of the incessant derations of the various leader^ •he world at the United Nas Assembly and their decito partition Palestine and create, after almost two [isand years, the State of IsFrom the UN Assembly in .. Success we are shifted to DP Camps where we behold homelessness of our brethren all its grim reality. But what complete transformation ocwith the hearts and minds souls of these people as they rn of the proclamation of the ;h State of Israel. Joy and fill their hearts at the same for the dream which they for and prayed for has [Tally come true. rom the DP camps we are sported to Israel and we beild the war between Jew and fab in all its intensity and Irceness. Bullets and gun lire II the air of the holy city of pusalem. There is danger and ktruction at every turn. But lost inspiring is the will deleted heroism of the army of Eael. 'Israel Reborn" as a short reel current events is an excellent |edium of presenting the news the masses of Americans, both few and gentile alike. Such a Monthly reel in the theatres of tnerica will bring about more bod will than all the speeches nci pamphlets combined, for the ew is presented as a dignified nd creative individual. "Israel febom" is highly recommended the public. "Israel Reborn" is now apptar\g as part of the regular proK.in at the Plaza theatre, MiInii Beach. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I ( nt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. llS7i;s. ISIDORE! LAZAROFF, Plaintiff, vs. lirni LAZAROFF, Defendant. TO: KITH LAZAROFF, 8190 Ro.hainii. -HI Avenue, Bronx, New York: c o Mendelowlts. V'MI are hereby ordered t<> file your ippearnnce or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against \.,i i,\ ISIDORE LAZAROFF, on or before the 8 day of September, 1948, w is.the allegations of said till! win ii. token as confessed against \ nil. DONE AND ORDERED this day ... August, 1948 i:. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. ni-iiiii Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEl IROE .1. TALANI >FF, Solicitor for Plaintiff. '" 27 9 :: LEGAL NOTICE ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN TDK CIRCUIT I'ul'RT OF TDK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciRcriT OP hLOKIDA. IN AND F< >l{ DADE COUNTY, — IN CHANCERY, No. 118499. ALDEN I. MacPAWN, JR.. Plaintiff. vs. GLADYS JUANITA MacPAWN, Defendant. To: GLADYS' JI'ANITA MacFAWN, 101514 Bast Fifth street. ing Beach, California Y(ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the aln-o styled cause for divorce, on o r I the 2lth day of August, 19*' Dated this 26th day of E. B. LEA"" Clerk of (Circuit Court s.ai), SAMUEL J. KA^f 827 Calumet B Miami, Florida 7/sn 8/6-13-20 DCC The cast of characters of the two-act play. "Behold My Shadow" to be presented this Sunday night at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, under the direction of the author. Miss Lillian Fox, are from left to right, Marilyn Meyerson, Melody; David Wittes, David Drew; Alice Bergson, Mrs. Drew; Pauline Fried. Bess. Rabbi Shapiro Guest Speaker At Benefit A benefit dance and entertainment for the State of Israel will he given by the HungarianAmerican Culture Club on Sunday at 8 p.m. at their club house. 3901 N.W. 2nd Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker. On the entertainment side of the program the following artists will appear: the Misses Evelyn Samuels. Dawn Lorine and Lovinger, soloists; Dr. Paul Beck, tenor: Leon Shiff. basso. A Hungarian gypsy orchestra will furnish music for dancing. Admission to the affair will bo $100. Prior to the evening's activities dinner will be served at the club house beginning at 5 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling 7-9797. AUGUST BROS R Yt ** is the BEST.' MRS. GERTRUDE RIMER Sister of the late ETHEL BARG Wishes to thank her many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in her bereavement. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 118780. ItELLE BANNER, Plaintiff, vs. JACK BANNER. Defendant. TO: JACK BANNER iv". Baal 2nd Street New York. New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the BUI of Complain) filed in th.above styi.-d cause, • m or before September 9, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once n u.ek for four successive weeks ill The Jewish Ploridlan, a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. Dated this 1" day of Auuusl, 1948. E. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court SeaB By M. C. PEIOE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN AttOI n.-v Hi Law Iu2:l Seybold Building Miami. Florida v 13-20-27 :• :'. %  net NOTICE i %  •. IN TDK CIRCUIT^!! ELEVENTH JUDIC IN AND FOR DADE FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, 1185SC. STANLEY LEIBOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. ANN BISHOP LEIBOWITZ, Defendant. To; Ann Bishop Leibowlts Route 2. Box 217 Ventura, California You are hereby required to ffle an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 31st day of August, 1948, otherwise, a I ree Pro Confesso "ill be entered against you. Dated this 29th day of July. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By I: II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff H^T Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 8/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  the Undetsinued. desiring to .-image ill business under the fictitious name of Miami Venetian Blind Mfg. Company and Durable Venetian Blind Mfg. Company at 2052-54 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit c.urt of Dade County, Florida. A ETTINGKR (iwner. 8 13-20-27 B :: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.—No. 18892 IN RE: ESTATE I P EMANUEL FROHMAN, I deceased, NOTICE IK hereby hn\ given that 1 ....... .. ,n ,,,-,<-,,,, „.\. n iiiilt i have nied my final report and petlton for Final Discharge as Executrix of the Estate of Emanuel Frobman, DeA F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT e 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA Strictly Kwsher Catering For All 11., asiotis By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hotel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 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 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill o{ Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tin. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of Little Bake Shop at 2127 8. W. 22ml Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB I. L'.FSET Sole i twner MYERS, HKI.MAN .tKAPLAN Attorney for Applicant T 10-23-30 8/6-13 ceased. This 2nd day of August, 1948 MRS REBECCA PROHMAN, Executrix. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 fteybold Duihllng Miami, Florida Attorney for Executrix s 6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE r L r r FOR EVERY GLASS PURPOS STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. la* and knm *JEf3£ WuS'SuS LOUIS GERBER_ r linkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modem Maytag Washers. Use That Soft City Water lor a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH | 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 > OKDbR OF PUBLICATION IN THE oiltcilT COURT OF THE 1Mb JUDICIAL fllP TIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, Fl.oRIDX iv CHANCERY, No. 118807. MORRIS BENDER, Plaintiff, vs. wiv BENDER, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: Mrs. Amy Bender Kir>8 Popham Avenue Bronx', New York MRS. AMY BENDER 136 Circle Drive Roaslyn Heights, Ixmg Island. Vcw York. You are hereby notified and ordered • ,. ,|c,car to the Dill of Complaint for Dlvoi Wed against you In the above *tyl€"' cause on or before the ii day of' September, 1948, otherwise the allocations of said Dill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against Lei this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In •he JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a newslaper published* i" Dade County, P ,0rld8 ,-: D. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk "I Circuit Court. lCir.il Court S.all By M. C FRIGE, I teputy < -Jei k. HARRY DIETZ Solicitor for Plaintiff 1708 Congress Building Miami :•.;. Florida 8/13-20 27 8 :: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Highland Park Market at 1400 N.W. Mil Court. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Cl.rl ol the circuit Court of I'ade County. ''MOB BERKOW1TZ ARNOLD HURVITZ I IWIlelS \ 13 20-27 9/8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that tinundersigned, desiring; t<> engage In business under the fictitious name LOUIS HAFTEL'S WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP •it number 1016 Lincoln Road In the City of Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. LOUIS HAFTEL HELENE HAFTEL AUDIJEY COHEN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicant 7 :•.. s/fi-13-20 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 6765 l~i Qorce Drive In the city of Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk o? the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEl DORE GOLDFINGER BEATRICE GOLDFINGER LEO 8HEINER Attorney for Applicant 1204-05 Pacific Huilding Miami .iL', Florida. 7 23-80 S'6-13 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY. -IN CHANCERY, No. 118661. MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. OERALDINE ROSENBERG, Defendant. TO: GERALDINE ROSENBERG 148-15 '.n'tli Road Jamaica, New York Yof ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that B suit for divorce has been instituted against you. and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before September ii. 1948, otherwise the alienations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 3rd day of August, 1948. E, B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. iCircuil Court SeaD By W'M W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 8/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that • ii.. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinfictitious name ol )()| l>IN X APOTHECARY al 1683 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ,i | >ade Count... Floi Ida. WILLIAM col. DIN JEROME col.DIN Applicants MYERS. HELMAN & KAPLAN Vttorneys for Applicants 13 -'ii 27 %  • %  %  iu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .Mop.l.KVS MARKET at 4lT East Okeechobee Drive, Hlaleah, Florida, Intpnd to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v, Florida. MARK S. BURNETT SAMUEL LUTZ UASMAN. SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7/16-28-80 8/6-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LERXERS MARKET at 2090 Northwest 75th Street, Miami. Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY LERNER MARTIN Bl'RD UASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 7 16-28-80 8/6-13 "NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AIR-LITE HOMES at 641 8. W. 44th Curt, Miami 34. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. '" '"' NORMAN L. GREENDERG Sole Owner \\|os BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 18 23-86 S/C-13 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT c. (-RT OF THE UTir JUDICIAL CIRCUIT up FLORIDA, IN AND FoR DADB COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118667. FLORENCE B. DRURB, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM DRUBS, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM DRUBS ill I'.. 19th St I. el Brooklyn, New York TOU ARE HEREBY NOTlFIF*D that a suit for divorce lias 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 bill will be taken as confessed i.\ you. Daled this Ith day of August, 1948, E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seali By WM. w. MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff n:: Congress Building Miami, Florida S'6-13-2fl-27 STOCK INC. Deptlt.v Cl.-rk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of MICKEY'S .V.THERESAS SNACK BAR at L'l\ West Flakier S.ie.t, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of lade County, Fkirlda. THERESA A. WILLIAMS HENRY DONAHUE Equal Partners AMos BENJAMIN. Attorney 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 Miami Vogue Mfg. Co. at :t:::: N.W. 22nd Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LOUIS ZAKARIN 8/6-13-20 27 9, I



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AUGUST 13, 1948 +Jewi*ti HcrHktn PAGE FIVE Irs Joseph Kripke Kripkes Make [in Toledo, Ohio ne in Toledo, Ohio, after trip along the eastern (•c Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ike The former Dorothy daughter of Mrs. Anna ban, and her groom were [in marriage July 18, in Ten of the home of Rabbi Jlcscheloff, Miami Beach, tide was attended by her Irs. Abraham H. Eiscn-J jhile Benjamin M. Bienrved as his brother-inlest man. Following the fcy the family attended a linner at the Shelboume kripke attended the Uni|of Toledo and Mr. Kripke ftduate of MIT. sds Of Party Go ledical Supplies Ambassador Cafeteria, Mi|ach, will be the scene of y's games party to be given Miami Beach group of Bh from two to five. Mcdfeplies for the State of mil be purchased with the fls of the affair to which jplic is invited. RefreshIwill be served. Mrs. Barlinkle and Mrs. Fred Jonas [charge of arrangements. Hears Stearns Lodge B'nai B'rith Ir.s will hear Frank Stearns, |ve secretary of the planjard of the city of Miami, luncheon meeting at the swner today. He will disfhe Patterns of Miami's Miss Audrey Bergida Bergidas Announce Troth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Bergida. 6291 S.W. 14th Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Audrey Pearl, to Berne M. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Becker, Miami Beach. The two University of Miami students are planning a March 5 wedding. Clubs Join To Sponsor Dance Clara Landau Chapter and the Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith will jointly sponsor a dance on Saturday, August 28, at the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach. Geared to a nautical theme, a variety program "Nautical but Nice" will be presented. Ofelia Fernandez, Cuban concert pianist, will be featured. Marshall Simmons, radio commentator, will act as master of ceremonies. A rhumba contest will be part of the evening's entertainment. Miss Elaine Schwartz and Dr. Lester Gordon are co-chairmen of the affair, assisted by the Misses Arlinc Sisselman, Marjorie Stern, Dolly Stillman, Dorothy Michelson, Gloria Farkas and Mark Brown. Tickets at $1.00 may be secured through members of both lodges. Tillie Livingston Heads Show Night Committee The Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Business and Professional Women has named Tillie Livingston to head the arrangements committee for Sunday night's "Show Night and Dance at the Shelborne Hotel. Tickets may be secured through organization members or by calling Miss Livingston at 2-4994. Masada Shows Film "Return of the Wanderer," a Palestinian film, will be the feature of the Sunday night meeting of the Miami Beach Masada at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The program will begin at 8:30 p.m. At*** Your Complete Department Store Wit* Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at i3tb Bt Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Ap parel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. 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: %  • %  PAGE EIGHT le^iaHflrfldlkiri FRIDAY AUGUST. Israeli Government Plans Perpetuation Warns Bercovici TinMiami Chapter of the **• American League for a Five Palchairtm ne this week issued a news Princip\ ; nment Bercovici said Unit* N ons supervision ol an eleel on would %  to guaranb e that spected and to prevent the • m of people who diffet with thosi olding powe Hi pointed oul thai Israel stands at the crossi iads toda} letween democratic and free sociel ,i self perpi tuating dii I Es Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given L BO I:ISI:\STI j\ • Realty Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach Your Smooth Tiros have more Til AIM -B\ Value when you buy SEIBERLING T III i •; s "America's Finest Tire" $2.00 down puts a new SEIBERLING on your car! Balance SI.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station NMI ****** — 101S.W. 1st STREET 5327 M. MIAMnr^ P? 945 F[FTH ST M R 3539 H. ff. 17.S m. 1840 S BVM. \ V Electrical Appliances for the Home NCIW Holds Classes In Practical English The National Council of Jewish Women has announced that be! inning August 17 English classes ,, ,11 take place every Tuesday and Thursday eveninga from 7:45 until 9:15 at the Miami Y. under the direction of Mrs. Joel Belov. These classes will replace those which have been given Tuesday nights at the Beach Y and Thursd ,\ nights at the Miami Y. Mrs Florence Finkelstein, exccutive secretary of the Council, lated that these changes were made primarily for the conveni:, nee of those newly arrived persons for whom the knowledge of ish will make easier the social and economic adjustments to this country. "The Council es to thank the YMA's for their spirit of cooperation," said Finkelstein. loin Federation Group Five ni n iza t in I filial • • %  %  ; • i Gn %  %  lude: r-Gran ty Centi Mi if Ti YIVO DRINKPLENTY OF C/Zripure f Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 'Pins Bo tile Depot it i PHONE 2-4128 85c 75c -IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW ani" RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES | M "MfW POSTWAR ECUirMENT" NNOW.HOW MECHANICAL STAFF • MIDGET PUN IF DESIRED • SAM MURRAY IK -Jl Han W,H forf Ifll WSCATNE IOUIEVARD PHONE M741 > TRUCK DIVISION *S N. E. J7TH STREET 'HONE *.7UT '*AEl Services Ap pi Miami Zionist raiKAI CIB( AIRFREIGHTERS H Miami International Information-^ I SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 IIOOMI IIS DON S. COLEMAN STEEL ERECTDJCI HAULING None Too Large orT*| PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSOll TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVI L Phones 2-4308 3-itjl MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Topt Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glut We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR! Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do II • PAIKTING • PAP] llll \\.i \<. • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painten| We IIo Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Moro Painting t{ Office Room 302 Congress Bldg. Phone 9-2831 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21st Street Phone 4-7472 No Job Too Small, Or Too Big TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS s, K „^ T ERM|TE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE M 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION



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' : > 1 %  i • i • • : i • > i' j ; *.U^trhriJiafl FRIDAY, A UGUST i 3 J PAGE TWO Personally Speaking \uplial* Bead 1 Traveling north by train for a A. J. Tobin of Mian-.: Beach. • %  1 MissKelene Scffer daughtei of Mi S.W. 18th St., celebrated dauahtei Mi —• --\ J* %  M Mr 1425 O.Y. luu —. entertaining forty of he: friends at obirUi ^ ^ Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Apr:: r.~.v, retu week vacation to New York c visited their son-in-law and Blumenthal. After an extended trip up the east Chaves. 310 Meridian Ave. have ret has served on the board of the Jewish H the past five years. ^R "^ ^* _^ Awaiting the arrive! of Mi and Mrs. N ...-. and Mrs. Abe Desatnack b Israel Yulish of 28 7 0 Pinetree Dr. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gannes returned one month vacation visiting relatives at were accompanied by theii chil • Leaving for Puerto Rico to visit hei cous: Sidney Wolfeld and family is Miss of Mrs. J. Rosenthal. 1502 N.E. 1st A, former Sylvia Rosenthal, daughter of thai, 518 S.W. 21st Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moss left yest to New York and Newark. Mrs. Henriette Berger of the Outlet Shop : Beach, has just returned from an extensiv and California. + Leaving today on a two week vac Graham Fried. 1621 S.W..3rd St. The Friedwi N Y where they will visit with Mr. Fried's parents -* Miss Betsy Collegeman, daughter of Mr. Collegeman, 1957 Marseille Drive, left for tfa accompanied by her cousin. Mrs. Morton Keise: who will visit her sister Mrs. Phillip Brooks, of New 1 will join her cunt, Mrs. Lill.cn Herman in New York accompany her to Charlottesville, Virginia, wher< visit Mrs. Herman's family. Edward Newman returned to the city I isl %  • ing a three week vacation. Mr. Newman's trip to York where he joined his brother, Arnold Newm nationally known photographer, for a trip to New C. Hollywood. Mr. Newman was on assignmei Fortune magazines, and in Hollywood photogi of eminent scientists whose pictures end stories w an early edition of Life. Wh:le in Hollywoo:: the guests of MGM Studios. Arnold Newman's recent eludes the two covers of Life magazine during J Upon their return to New York they were joined by mother, Mrs. Freda Newman, a local resident, who will return here next week. Edward Newman is associcted with the side Memorial Chapel, of Miami. Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.W. 7th St., has returned from a month's trip to the north where she visited her daughter I at Camp Lenore, Hinsdale. Mass. She also spent some time in principal northern cities. Goldbergs On Extended Northern Honeymoon • :• ; %  A %  %  %  n N v I ol • %  c o ";;"' t ZFi£ ternard Cohen, 100 Collins \v<. Miami > e ach and DonId Goldberg vere wed July 1 in the home of e bride's pari.ts vttii a wedding rip to New fork, Detroit, ,nd Canada, the ouple will live at 2351 Pine Tree .Mrs. Goldberg ,l Drive, Miami Beacn. Hadassah Division Plans All-Day Outing Miami Beach Business and nal Division ol Hadassah lanning an all-day outing on ay. August 22 Leavtag from the "Showboat at the party will enjoyJlShIng, swimminR „„j danc turning at 5 p.m Si, Wlai **| tainmcnt has been planned refreshments will hp "* servd 1 H Tiekcts are S 1.50 : ,n


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^wiislb-IEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21— NUMBER 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Israel Can Absorb 10,000 Monthly Says JDC Man, Schwartz TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Asserting that he is "convinced that 10,000 Jews can be absorbed monthly into Israel for the next two years," Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, European director of the Joint Distribution Committee, who arrived here this week, tod a press conference that his primary purpose for coming to Israel at this time was to investigate the possibilities of mass immigration. "One of the primary purposes in establishing Israel was to provide a home for the displaced persons," he said. "Now we have come here to discuss the necessary arrangements with the Provisional Government of Israel." He added that the "job of the J.D.C. is to pay for the transportation of the DP's to Israel." Dr. Schwartz reported that "750,000 Jews in Europe—and the majority of the displaced Jews— are anxiously awaiting the possibility to emigrate to Israel." Pointing out that more than 30.000 Jews have arrived in Israel .since the Jewish state was proclaimed, Dr. Schwartz said a plan has been worked out to bring into Israel 10,000 immigrants monthly which will cost, in transporation alone, $1,250,000 per month. Citing his recent visit to Cyprus, Dr. Schwartz said that "while the displaced Jews in Germany, Austria and Italymove about freely, the 13,000 Jews in Cyprus are virtual prisoners behind barbed wire." He revealed that U.N. Palestine mediator Count Folke Bernadotte told a J.D.C. representative on the island that he had no objection to the immigration of the Cyprus detainees to Israel, but said that the British refused to allow their departure. The J.D.C. European director pointed to the fact that although 51,000 Jews arrived in Israel since Jan. 1 of this year, the International Refugee Organization, which should have assisted in moving the DP's, refused to do so, explaining that Israel was at war and some I.R.O. members have not recognized Israel. "Therefore," Dr. Schwartz declared, "the J.D.C. is forced, but prepared to carry the burden alone. The Joint Distribution Committee spends $6,000,000 monthly in Europe, 90 percent uf which is contributed by American Jewry," he added. Egyptian Mobs Kill Jews; Loot Homes PARIS, (JTA)—The situation of the Jews in Egypt was termed this week "highly alarming" by a Frenchman who returned from Cairo and gave the first detailed and uncensored report of the pogroms, mob violence, mass looting terrorism which are now taking place throughout Egypt against the Jewish population. Egyptian mobs, he revealed, killed three rabbis by splitting their throats, after dragging them into a Cairo slaughter house. He estimated that at least 150 Jews had either been killed or had "disappeared" in Cairo incidents during the last four weeks. A substantial number of Jews had been wounded, he said. The pogroms and anti-Jewish terrorism are tacitly encouraged by the passive attitude of the Egyptian government, be charged. The gravest single incident, he reported, occurred on July 20 at one of Cairo's chief street car junctions, in Malika Farida Place. An organized group of Egyptians ejected all the European passengers from several trolleys. All passengers suspected of being Jews were savagely killed on the spot, and many had their eyes pierced or were knifed, while non-Jews and Europeans were robbed of all cash and belongings. The police made no effort to intervene, Israeli Mission Sks Exchanges PRAGUE, (JTA)—An Israeli commercial mission here will probably purchase this week a .? 1.000,000 supply of sugar, it was reported here. The order would cover the needs of the Jewish state for a six-week period. The mission is also interested in buying potatoes, dextrins, starches and other foodstuffs. Another mission is expected to arrived here to negotiate an exchange of products between Czechoslovakia and Israel. It is planned to ship fruits, juices and jellies from Israel to this country in exchinge for china, pottery and lumber. (A caole from Tel Aviv si id that the Israeli mission in Prague has acquired a considerable quantity of sugar and is beginning negotiations to pave the way for future barter exchanges.) Israel State Council Begins Preparations For Election; Five Irgunists Jailed TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Work was begun he. e' t his week on preparations for the forthcoming elections to the Israeli Constituent Assembly. The elections will be held in the late autumn, if fighting does not resume. The committee recently elected by the State Council to prepare for the voting held its first meeting at which it mapped the French visitor emphasized. Of the large number of Jews in Cairo who have been wounded, he continued, 120 are now undergoing treatments in the Jewish hospital there and an unannounced number are in government or private institutions. Scattered incidents of knifing of Jews arc repeatedly reported in various parts of the Egyptian capital, he said. The killing of three rabbis in the slaughter house took place on July 21, he reported. Both Jews and Europeans were attacked earlier in July when they left large motion-picture theatres, the French traveler stated. The most violent of these attacks, he declared, occurred near the Odeon and Rivoli Theatres, in the center of Cairo, on July 17. Two Senate Leaders Appeal For Backing Of Loan To Israel YASHINGTON, (JTA) — Two Senate leaders this week appealed to the U.S. government to grant de jure recognition to Israel, back the $100,000,000 loan application for Israel now with the ExportImport Bank and sponsor membership in the U.N. for the new Jewish state. Senators Claude Pepper, a Democrat, and Owen Brewster, a Republican, made the pleas on the Senate floor. At the same time, a resolution asking President Truman to extend a $150,000,000 loan to the state of Israel through the Export Import Bank was introduced in the House by Rep. Andres Somers, of Mew York. The resolution also called for the lifting of the Palestine arms embargo, transfer to Israel of Jewish DP's from the U.S. zone of Germany and de jure recognition of the Jewish state by the U.S. Jerusalem Coups Expected by Count LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Count Folke Bernadotte, U.N. mediator for Palestine, this week informed the Security Council by cable that the situation in Jerusalem remains tense and that "there are rumors of impending coups by irregular elements which are alleged to be uncontrollable or to be used as spearout plans for the setting up of voting machinery. At its next session, the committee will consider a draft of the election statute. Enough evidence to "charge the defendants with high treason" was alleged in court this week against Peter Bergson and Jacob Meridor by Zvi Ayelon, deputy chief of staff of the Israeli Army, at the hearing in a habeas corpus proceeding brought by defense counsel Max Seligman and Max Kritzman in behalf of the detained men and three other members of Irgun Zvai Leumi. Ayalon added that Bergson. chairman of the American He eratton, and Meridor, deputy Irgun chief, would be released as soon as public security permitted, when the army was assured of the Israeli hinterland. The five Irgun members were arrested in connection with the attempt of the Irgun ship Altalena to land an arms cargo off Tel Aviv during the first United Nations truce. The decision that the arrest warrant should be issued came from David Ben Gurion as Minister of Defense, Ayalon said, and the warrant was issued by the Army chief of staff, Jacob Dori. He added that evidence against Bergson showed that he had prepared an armed resistance against brew Committee of National Libthe Israeli Army. heads of regular forces." The U.N. mediator emphasized that "the demilitarization of Jerusale as recommended by the Security Council would best remedy this tense situation." He added that he is flying from Rhodes to Jerusalem in order to continue his talks with the Jews and Arabs for the demilitarization of the city. "Pending results of the conversations, I shall continue, with the assistance of the truce commission, my effort to relieve the tension in the city by promoting as far as possible the conclusion of arrangements on specific points," he reported. Food convoys for the relief of the Jewish population of Jerusalem have been resumed under U.N. supervision and efforts are being continued to reestablish the supply of water, Bernadotte informed the Security Council. However, he added that "opposition on the Arab side to measures calculated to afford relief to the Jewish population of Jerusalem is increasing." He attributed this development "to the bitterness caused by the plight of Arab refugees in Palestine and neighboring countries and the unwillingness of Jewish authorities to cooperate in this matter." Reporting on the general situation' in Palestine, the mediator said that on a government level both the Jews and the Arabs wish to continue the truce. "Compliance with its provisions must, however, in the circumstances, depend to a large extence on an adequate system of supervision," he pointed out. He appealed for additional military observers to make the supervision of the truce more effective. "An effective supervision system of the truce In all the more necessary as there are signs of tension resulting from the lack of trust in the good faith of the other parties and from the fear that hostilities may shortly be resumed despite the truce ordered dotte pointed out. He drew attention to the fact that public statements by Arab and Jewish leaders have recently indicated that their governments might, as a consequence of alleged violations by the other parties, take such military action as they thought fit. In order not to permit any breaking of the truce until a peaceful adjustment of the future situation in Palestine is reached, the mediator, prior to his leaving RhodeS, issued instructions to the U.N. observers which make it clear that "no party may unilaterally put an end to the truce." The instructions emphasize that "no party may take the law into his own hands and decree that it is relieved of its obligations under the truce resolution of the Anti-Semitic Feeling Rises BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) — A report that anti-Semitic agitation is rife in the city of Sante Fe, capital of the province of the same name, and that "anti-Jewish propaganda is poisoning the atmosphere" of the city, which has a Jewish population of close to 4,000, was published here this week in the leading Jewish newspaper, Die Yiddishe Beitung. Israel Asks Early Answer From Arabs On Peace Proposal TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Following up his oral request this week to U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte to transmit an Israeli invitation to the Arab governments for a peace conference, Foreign Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok confirmed this request in a letter to the mediator. Shertok asked in the letter for the earliest possible reply from the Arab states, to be sent through Bernadotte. There was great surprise among the Jewish population at Shertok's sudden peace proposal to the Arabs, especially since Israeli military leaders are inclined to the view that a third round of warfare might prove to be decisively in favor of Israel. In addition the belief had grown here that war was again becoming inevitable. It is understood that King Abdullah of Transjordan is ready to act on Shertok's peace move by calling a special conference to consider Israel's invitation. It is also learned from U.N. circles here that the King will propose that plenipotentiaries from all the belligerent parties meet to discuss armistice terms. Abdullah's strong card this week is the plight of some 250,000 Arab war refugees and the adamant stand taken by the Israeli authorities that they are not prepared even to consider the return of the Palestine Arabs prior to a general peace settlement. It is understood that, for his part, Abdullah will takt the position that a settlement of the refugee problem is essential if the Arab states are to be spared a catastrophe this winter. Because of this situation, United Nations circles here are more optimistic about a const: uctive outcome to the negotiations between the Arab states and Israel than Security Council because in its opinion the other party has vio-1 consideration of the surface facts lated the truce." | might otherwise warrant. DP Amendment Killed By Senate Sub-Committee WASHINGTON. (JTA)—The Senate sub-committee on displaced persons this week voted 2-2 against amending the Displaced Persons Act which provides for the admission of 205,000 refugees to the United States within two years. The sub-committee thus killed all hopes that the bill can be changed at the special session of Congress to eliminate the many -discriminatory features which have been criticized by President Truman and many civic, religious and political organizations. Sen. Kenneth S. Wherry of Nebraska, Republican party whip, has announced on the floor of. the Senate that the Upper House will consider no legislation at this session which is not backed by favorable committee action. The House committee on DP's has reby the Security Council," Bcraavealed that it will take no action on the DP's unless the move is initiated. It appeared virtually certain that Congress will not pass a supplemental appropriation of $2,000,000 for administration of the Displaced Persons Act. In a statement concerning the various supplementary appropriations which President Truman asked the special session to pass, the chairman of the Senate Appropirations Committee, Sen Styles Bridges, said the committee would only consider the fund requests after the House had acted upon them.


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JAY, AUGUST 13, 1948 +Jewist fhrtdNanj PAGE THREI I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF ie Syrians hatching ;> session of the Serity Council, 1 listened to the linn shyster, Paris al Khouri, BiTipering about the "massacre the Arabs by the Jews in kllalee." My mind reverted to incident years 7 'ago in Charlesti. A young lawyer rushing past ; on the street exclaimed, "Say, fou want to hear something inciting, go to the Federal court." ben I entered the court room of lished cherry wood, I saw a Diip of Syrians ocupying the Jience benches. The Federal lorney, JWaites Waring, now S. District Judge, sat on one ie Next to an elderly Syrian T. Moultrie Mordachai, a •eminently lawyer of PortuLsi-Jewish discent. Standing was C stately barnett A. Elsas, rineily Rabbi of Charleston's (formed Temple. Judge Henry Middlcton Smith was presidIg [A word about the aristocratic Hdu-e Smith, who traced his deeknt from the Middetons whom tng Henry VIII raised to the iiage. Character, ability, perInality and strength fairly radi.,| from him. The largest land tvner in South Carolina, he lived the monastic seclusion of a h, val scholar. A profound juran Egyptologist, a historian, am" Smith was proud withUt arrogance, learned without edantry. It was an unforgetilo experience to watch him court after the grand mannci Lord Justice in old England. Rabbi Elsas and Judge Smith ere carrying on a spirited defcte, one interrupting the other. [lost the feel of the court room, a stern judge, of the pleading Iwyer. It was more like tut) (ilars absorbed in the argument of some knotty, erudite roblem. i Said Judge Smith, "What is the Bee or color of the modern inbilant of Syria? It is impossible say. No geographical area of lie world has been more mixed Bice history began. Originaly ossibly of Hittite or non-Semitic Bus. lor a time at least under Egyptian domination, then apauntly taken possession of gely and possibly almost exlusively by the Semitic people; hen overlaid with immigration torn European races, then again bllowed by another Semitic conuest in the shape of the Arabian lahometan eruption, then again vn laid by the Mongolian and hirkish conquests; and through it with an effusion of blood by Third Annual Frolic* Planned Plans are under way for the Third Annual Sholem Lodge Fall Frolic dance to be held Sunday, slaVes from any accessible part of the world." The Judge held that under the CnrstltUtion of 1790, a Syrian was not entitled to American citizenship. He had already written an opinion to that effect in the case: ex parte Shahid, 205 Fed. 812. The American Syrian Society took alarm. They brought Rabbi Elsas from New York; his scholarship and particularly his friendship with Judge Smith were well known. Any lawyer impelled by curiosity can look up this case in ex parte Dow 211 Fed. 486. That afternoon, I had a college course in Syrian history. Here are some of the notes I made at the time: "It seems that Syria has never been an independent state. It has been conquered, subjected and dominated by Hittites, Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, Rome, the Arabs, the Seljuks, the Crusaders, the Mongols, the Turks, the French. And v hat hai been their cultural contributions? Outside of a few theologians, have they added anything to the civilization or the well being of the world? Has any one ever heard of a creative mind, a great poet, a philosopher, j 3 musician, a statesman, or an artist hailing from Syria?" While listening to the sawedjoff, bobtailed delegate from I Syria whining about "the Jewish i invasion of Palestine" I was stiuck by his lack of any sense I of shame. The troops of Umbrae! were stripping the hides [off, rot enly the Syrians, but of their six allies numbering altogether about 350,000,000 humans. If the Syrians claim a Semitic descent a debatable claim according to the researches of Judge Smith, then they ^should take pride in their Jewish kinsmen, the art-retypes of the Semitic family. If Syrians are at all capable of appreciating cultural achievements, then they should V>lcome back a people who, from Sam Silver Marx Faber September 12. at the air-conditioned Frolic Club. A program of entertainment is being arranged, details of which will be a n r.ounced at a later date. The Women's Chapter of Sholem Lodge, together with the B'nai B'rith girls, will participate. Past presidents Sam Al Pallot Silver and Al Pal lot are in charge of arrangements and tickets respectively. Marx Fabcr is the present Sholem Lodge president. MoseE to Einstein, have never i % %  sed to be creative. If Syrian leaders are really concerned with the improvement of their benighted, impoverished, diseasedridden masses, then they shouldthank God and Allah for the returned Jews, who brought education, sanitation, a higher standard of living and modern civilization to lands that have been retrogressing for a thousand years. Robert llichter Scene Of FineFried Wedding The Marine Room of the Robert Richter Hotel was the setting in which Rabbi Colman Zwitman .solemnized the nuptial vows of Miss Joy Fine and Mortimer Fried Sunday, August 1. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine, 2250 S.W. 18th Ave., was attended by Miss Madelin Linshutz of Nashville, Tenn., as maid of honor. Daniel Fried served as his brother's best man and ushers for the occasion were Lester Goldstein and Walter Rawlson. Mrs. Fried will continue her studies at the University of Miami while her husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fried, 1630 S.W. 20th St., will continue studying law. 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"Songs Of Many Lands" Presented By Beach Y A musi f Many 1 by the VM & J Miami Beach on A the din n usi. lireel %  ,f the ] featuring a Tc phony Pla Symp•" %  • %  • ,: Men and W %  the torn ation of and class are ask. Beach Y on Mond • at %  Athletic Contests Comprises Closing Closing exen YMHA Home Can p will this week. Among the i planned is a Mac ire of a re-i nactmenl tinian type Olyn i uled are a I ii k meel vollyball, potato and black pea races. The entire ca the four-year olds to the will participate. The firal vent will be a show on Thursda i ning al 7 o'clock to wl public is invite C skits and song nui %  for musical review v. in the U.S.A.," pared by the childn I Kaplan EnlW* In Marine Corp* Gilbert Kaplan, son of Mr. and Louis ,.; Kapla^., 1127 Ocean B |vd North Miami Beach., has .... m the United States according to Master Sgt ... T Wi | S on. 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