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The Jewish Floridian ( August 27, 1948 )

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^uviisltUEIliDJPiidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY EjME 21-NUMBER 34 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS rael Boundaries Must Be Revised Shertok rael takes First 'lep To Apply For r .N. Membership LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA>—The first step towards applying for aission to United Nations membership was taken here this [ek by the Israeli government in addressing an eight-page Imoiandum to each member of the Security Council, emisizing that the admission of Israel into the family of nations — would enhance the prospects for JERUSALEM. (JTA)—The boundaries between Israel and the Arab state in Palestine as decided upon by the United Nations under the partit on plan must now be reconsidered since the Arab-Jewish war has brought tremendous changes, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok told the Zionist Actions Committee here this week. &f The same is true with regard to Jerusalem, he declared. "The Jews," he pointed out, "have agreed to put Jerusalem under interIrael To Build 10 Mile Highway SL AVIV, (JTA)—An auto ray from Metula, northern5t point of Palestine, running [the way to the Gulf of Aqaba, [istanco of more than 250 miles, [being planned by the Israeli irernmont, Mordecai Bentov. lister of Labor, stated this 5k. second plan on which Isli engineers are working is the truction of an underground Iway extending from Tel Aviv IHaifa, a distance of about 50 stability and peace in the Near East. British delegate Sir Alexander Cadogan told newsmen that the British government is opposed to the admission* of Israel to the United Nations as long as the situation in Palestine remains unchanged. Britain's final attitude towards the question of the Jewish state's membership application, he added, will be determined by future attempts to settle the Palestine conflict. The formal application for admission to U.N. membership will be made by the Israeli government at the forthcoming meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in Paris next month. In the memorandum addressed to the members of the Security Israeli Troops Repel Advances Israeli troops manning the suburb North Talpioth drove the Egyptians back with vigorous fire as fighting flared again Wednesday in and around Jerusalem. An Israeli army bulletin said Egyptian troops, established in new commanding positions near the demilitarized Red Cross area, tried to advance across no man's land toward a Jewish suburb. The Jerusalem truce also was shattered during the night and early morning hours. Three southern suburbs, Mekor Haim, Ramat Rehl and South Talpioth. came under heavy shellfire from the direction of Beit Safafa village and Mar Elias monastery hill. The commander of Arab legion national rule in order to save the city for the Christian world. However, since the Christian world did nothing to save it, and since any internationalization of the city would now practically mean Zionist Actions Committee To Map Future Movements TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Despite the tense situation in Jerusalem, the Zionist Actions Committee opened its sessions there this week to decide on the future of the world Zionist movement and to define the relationships between that movement and th e state of Israel. The meeting, which is being atforces in Jerusalem has notified tended by more than 150 delethe United Nations his army will 53, the cabinet member said, will reduce traveling time Council, Aubrey S. Eban, Israel; Aecn the two cities from two to 45 minutes. He also said extensive Jewish colonizawas expected along both Paine routes. lentov stated that his ministry KCted a total of 3.000.000 Jewimmigrants within ten-years that all future settlement jerts would be based on that lire. He asserted that at least ^000 Jews must be expected iin two years and that they aid need 80,000 dwellings, costIan estimated $200,000,000. This truction programwould give loyment to 20,000 workers. ion i si Leader wn At 71 Years JEW YORK. (JTA)—Funeral flees were held here this week Jacob Lsh-Kishor. veteran ist leader, who died at his 8 at the age of 71. At the of his death, Mr. Ish-Kishor vice president of the Eastern Insurance Company and secof the American Red Dovid. rn in Russia, Ish-Kishor fled pogroms that gripped that Wry in the early 1890's and his way to England where |fce-came a co-founder of the 'pvei Zion (Lovers of Zion) foment. During his early years Ithe United States, he supM himself by teaching HeRVLater, he became one of founders of the Order B'nni He served as a delegate to American Jewish Conference as a member of the execuI committee of the Zionist Orpation of America. representative, pointed out that "Israel qualifies for membership under Article Four of the U.N. Charter, since it is a state—peaceloving and ready to accept and abide by the obligations of the Charter." "While eligibility under Article Four constitutes sufficient grounds for admission," Eban wrote, 'Ut is relevant to point out that the Palestine situation requires swift stabilization. It is clearly an essential condition of a peaceful adjustment that the Arab states should be induced to acquiesce in the existence of Israel and abandon all tempts to eliminate it by force," he said. "Everything which make's the existence of Israel a permanent and irrevocable fact in Arab eyes is a contribution to peace and a deterrent to resumed hostilities. If the international community is to reconcile the Arab world to peaceful relations with Israel, it si.ould itself acknowledge what it wishes the Arab world to recognize," the memorandum pointed out. Prospects for mediation would rot be disturbed by Israel's admission to the U.N. since the mediator's mission itself recognizes the government of Israel, and is in constant and explicit touch with it, Eban emphasized. He recalled that the partition plan of the General Assembly envisaged membership for either state to be estatlished in Palestine. "Under the plan, admission of one state was made independent of the other and therefore Israel's mem bership need not be delayed denot brook further alleged violations of the truce by the Jews. At Lake Success, Gen. Aage Lunddstroem, chief of staff to County Folke Bernadotte, UN Palestine mediator, on Wednesday formally accused the Israeli government of violating the truce. Zionist Parley Demands Jewish Right To Settle TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The World Confederation of General Zionists concluded its session here this week, adopting a platform which emphasizes that every Jew must have the right to come t'> Israel to settle and to work there. A resolution regretting the absence fr-im the conference of the General Zionist group, which is led by Israeli Minister of Interior Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, was also adopted. The platform adopted by the Confederation also emphasize* that the General Zionists will fight against the present system of allocating Israeli immigration certificates along party lines. It urges that aid to new immigrants bo given by the state of Israel as a whole and not on the basis of political groupings. The delegates elected a world executive of 43 members and a council of 78. Bratislava Has Anti-Jewish Riot gates from all parts of the world, will remain in the Holy City for three days and will then transfer to Tel Aviv. The committee expects to be in session for abou' 10 days. The American delegation, which has been insisting that members of the Israeli Cabinet resign from the Jewish Agency executive, met here and decided to press their demand at the meeting of the actions committee, supreme ruling body of the world Zionist movement between congi esses. Drs. Abba Hillel Silver and Emanuel Neumann indicated at the meeting that they will resign from the American section of the Jewish Agency executive if their request is not complied with. On the other hand, members of the fsraeli Cabinet, including Premier David Ben Gurion, have been ask ii g that the agency liquidate its offices in New York and London and retain only its Jerusalem headquarters. The American delegation insists that the agency office in London remain intact in order to direct the work of immigration while the New York headquarters be made responsible for financial matters relating to Israel. It is generally expected that most committee members will back the Americans when the issue is taken to a vote. Meanwhile, many of the American delegates have been meeting with Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan concerning the mobilization of funds in the United States for Israel. city would now practically Ohanding over the holiest, Jewish city into Arab hands, we will definitely and vigorously oppose any arrangement which will lead to the Arab'zation of Jerusalem." Outlining the Israeli policy with regard to the Arab refugees, Shertok told the actions committee that the war brought about a great change in the demographic constitution of Palestine. This change he emphasized, suggests a separation of Jews and Arabs which might actually pave the way towards final and lasting understanding and cooperation between the two peoples and will avoid further disturbances as well as any threat to the Jewish state. With regard to Israel's foreign policy, the Foreign Minister of the Jewish state said that the Israeli government must choose "a middle way" and must turn ^cither to the right nor to the loft in order to maintain the most friendly relations with all states.. including the Arab states. New relationships must also be-reatcd between the world Zionist movement and the state of Israel, he declared. He expressed thanks to American Zionist leaders, especially to Dr. Abba Hillel' Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann and Chaim Greenberg. for the great aid they gave to the struggle which resulted in the establishment of the Jewish state. Premier David Ben Gurion. addressing the actions committee, warned the Zionist leaders against "false illusions." despite the Israeli military victories and Jewish superiority in the Arab-Jewish war. "Only by mobilizing all our forces and by making the utmost financial and economic sacrifices can we withstand the assault of the six Arab states which, in the meantime, learned a lesson from their failures and are preparing for a final attack," he cautioned. Pointing out that the Arab-Jewish war has not yet ended the Israeli premier said: "All victories will be useless unless thefinal victory is won. That victory is not yet in our hands. It will' not be easy to win it unless we v ave the maximum support of all the Jewish people." arrested. The violence—which grew out of a dispute between a Jewish and a non-Jewish woman—wound up with cn'i-Semitic mobs attempting to loot Jewish owned shops The situation is now respito'the'fact thatThe U Arab U state|Pr te d to „ be in hand *"£*%? PRAGUE, (JTA)—The chief of police in Bratislava has been replaced this week as a result of arti-Jewish rioting which broke out in the capital of Slovakia TRL Av y (JTA )_Several last week. Forty-one rioters were hundred porsons in this ( itv werc Israeli Troops Detain Hundreds in Palestine and the economic union of these two states have not materialized," he added. "The United Nations cannot with logic or reason refuse to acknowledge a state to whose birth it gave the sanction and incentive of its own prior recommendation," the Israeli memoranMichae! c um declared. "If the U.N. fails Ion, presented his credentials ; to act on Israel's application durTremier David Ben Gurion this mg its Paris meeting this fall. (Continued on Page 12) (viet Union Envoy ets Ben Gurion EL AVIV. (JTA)—Pavel Yer'. the Soviet Union's envoy to Provisional Government of 1. accompanied by six memof his legation and Israeli of Protocol Dr. police officials refused to discuss the outbreaks, stating only that an official report had been sent to the proper authorities. detained this week by Israeli authorities following the carrying out of a surprise "Operation Consolidation" designed to ferret out any draft dodgers among Israel's population An official announcement said that the identity papers of those detained will be scrutinized. News of the raid against "shirkers" was first made known to a qroup of editors at a special conference called by Col. Michael Bengal, Tel Aviv brigade comSculptor's Work Shown NEW YORK, (JTA) — Bernard mander. He revealed that all of Reder, noted Jewish sculptor whose works have been shown in art galleries throughout Europe, is currently showing his most recent works at the Museum of Modern Art here. the city v/as surrounded by Israeli troops and the search continued on a house-to-house basis. Similar investigations will be carried out in other par 4 ? of the country later, he said. Greek Minister Issues Orders To Halt Arrests ATHENS. (JTA)—Tn an attempt to protect law-abiding Greek Jews from being arrested for serving with the ELAS during the Nazi occupation of Greece. Public Security Minister Constantine Rendis this week issued an order to police authorities clarifying the oosition of these Jews, many of whom have already been seized and deported to the Aegean Islands. The order emphasizes that Jews need not be classified as Communists for serving with the FLAS they were compelled to flee to the Communist-^eld hills in order to escape Nazi persecution or deportation to the death camps. Jewish leaders, in hailine the minister's order, expressed the hope that this move bv the government will put an end to the numerous arrests of Jews which have been taking place recently only because these Jews lived in Communist-controlled territory during the Nazi regime.



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til i I' PAGE TWO t t*j*IJk ridiiain___ FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 io ffi KKK Investigated By Treasury Agents Because Of Unpaid $685,305 Tax Bill Flagler-Granada Center Sponsors U.S. Treasury Department have been set on f)flnf P ^ MldHII Y .he tra 1 of the Ku Klux Klan as a result of a plea made by the 11 Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi Leaque. backed up by Rep. Arthur Klein of New York, the League revealed. The Revenuers have qone after the Kluxers on account Fedi Patio Of Ritz Plaza To Be Scene Of Dance A • D a ,., for Israel" under the au ,, i C e S of the Kadimah Chapter Women, the Women's I | or /mmst Organization of A will be held in the patio an unpaid reaerai tax bill toe, $685,305.08 owed by th( Klan. For MHS&C Completes The Fli %  '' ',',, tie Ritz Plaza Hotel Saturday \ • |8 at 8:30 a.m. % %  > al i Mi i the past two y< ara the I rei quarter million dull.a lien been collecting not! it dust in an Atlanta court, the AntiNazi League chai gi Grand Dragon Samuel Green doesn't know it. but two T-Men were standing within a few feel of him as he condui ted the Klan initiation on Stone Mountain, c;> orgia, July 23. the League said. This revelation was n ade in a letter fron Acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue Fred S. Martin to Rep. Klein, advising tl al "The Secretary of the Treasury lad\ • %  Plans For Boatride Plans have b i n i ompleted a m %  cruis< •s A i iat" to be held Sunday. Augusl 29 al 8 30 p.m. bj the Miami Hel rew School and C Mrs. Louis Augusl vice pr< dent and chairman of ways an means, has n imed Mrs. Harry i Steinbach cl ted bj Mesdames Simon April. Max Jacobskind, Harry Minkoff. Bui Soeoloff. Ralph Bargteil. II Needleman, Dave Frank and Dave Kleber. Entertainment, musicfor di ing and refreshments will be pro, as his partner and R night club entertaii 1 %  w ji| \ rhumba contest i cee Tom Brady will give a x ibition with Gerry tner and Ruth ner, A rhumDa contest to the music ol Caney's Latin Amcr[] bo Jui ior H; l will highlight the evemnounced Mrs. David x | • ent( Man meiit chairman. | n ( ase of rain the affair will : in the (.'oral Room of the referred to this Bureau for apvided. Contributions are $1.50, propriat" attention your telegram vvith proceeds going to th( buildendorsing the suggestion ol I i< i n g fund. Tickets may be obAnti-Nazi League that Treasury tained by contacting 48-1631 agents be on hand to impoundl any fees collect.,! by the Klan incident to a pul lie initiation on Stone Mountain.'' Two deputy collectors were assigned to the mountain, Martin reported, but tailed to set any money change hands Pressirg for in d< J| rmirrd efforts tn colled th< i ix money owed by the KKK. th< Ant: Nazi League h is wired acting Revenue '^A missioner Martin that tht ^^^^xf^M Klan's purse strings an eld by the Grand Dragon Green ar.d a Kligrapp n imed "Waters." Claims by the Gri nd Drag >n that the resurgent Klan is not liable for the tax debt run up > the dissolved Klan corporation are "flimsy," the Leagw said, pointing oul tl at "it is a ba i< principle of law t! at a lien follows the property." The resurgent Klan is "usii g With much profit" SUCh pi ope: •lent the Klan corporation as the copyrighted Kloran ritual, pn | ganda booklets, patented robes. regalia, and n sigias, the AntiNazi I.( ague chained. In its wire to the Commiss cr, signed by Administrative Chairman James H. Sheldon and consultant Stetson Kennedy, the League said it is forwarding photostatic copies of these properties, and addid tl at its undercover "observer-" inside tl e KKK stand ready to testify that they are in current use. "If the Bureau of Internal Revenue will simply inform the Kluxers that they must pay off this three-quarter million dollai i e t the Klan will go out nl usiness overnight tor all time," Kennedy predicted. : Aci '" B( cl n the u I [ S well into il %  t< sts. and i '. B ttei dent: Charles Adi m n, Dr Gen-. Bi : '• iuis Eslov r I I Mrs. Samuel K M R nstein hotel, said overall chairman M Harold G. Shapiro. Chairrn en the affair are Mrs. Maurice Com ton, tickets; Mrs. A. Nan*, and Mrs. Sol Braun, posters. Tickets are $1.00, for inform, tion call 48-4021. JNWA Affair Sept. 6 Th;Ben Gurion Branch 304 of the Jewish National Workers AL liance announces a moonlight boatride of the yacht Seven Seas September 6 at 8 p.m, pi er 10 ^ musical program, singing and refreshments have been planned Admission is $1.25 and tickets will be available at the pier. HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers IAD 1D39 LINCOLN IT MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-D467, S-Q46B 440 E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE Miami Eft< k a<*li V To Hold Musleal On August 28, the YM & VVHA of Miami Beach will present a musical evening entitled "Songs of Mary Lands." Operatic arias American and Jewish folk and Spanish love songs will comprise the evening's conceit. The following artists participating, are all residents of Miami and Miami Beach: Miss Fay Drazin, coloratura soprano, who has given a sei i< of concerts m Philadelphia an* Bayfrort Park, Miami: Marshal' Giller—pianist, home from the University for vacation; Mrs. Pauline Fried—of Westminster Choir College. well known dramatic soprano who has performed with the Jewish Folk Chorus of Miami: Hector Naya— Costa Rican tenor, w. <> has con certized in South America and worked with the Opera Guild Leon Schiff—baritone and local choir leader: Joseph Schreibman —conductor and composer, with his choir. Herman Fried, music director of the Y stated the program is open to the public without charge. 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F mr)AY, AUGUST 27, 1948 *Jewisli Ifloridlian PAGE THREI I'll Say... translation By HARRY SIMONHOFF They Are No More While In Europe, I was told that Jewish men of letters were king the ruins of. the destroyed Ghettos. Sometimes they ra ^'!llfind written messages from victims on the way to the gas a £omhers In their search for evidence as to what fJlnsDired in those poignant last days, they, of In n r question eagerly those survivors wnose Se could be ascribed only to a miracle An Ssive literature is rapidly growing; it deal,1 the unspeakable horrors perpetrated by the SI,i r • %  ttlcsnakes. Oddly enough, the most sensitive writing seems to be done i n i Yiddish. In Palestine, before it became Israel, a friend ,.,„., smith' Africa gave me a booklet Its fifty %  contain 'They Are No More," by S. KSalowitz and are translated from the Yiddish ,,Nishto," bv Amelia Levy of Johannesburg fee are some typ-al stanzas, which picture the i harrowing st< v that has ever been told of M '„,k I am informed the Yiddish original js more vividly palpitating than the following From town and city and from hamlet Snatched from bees, from mothers torn, They had to run the fierce gauntlet, Forsake, lost, bereft, forlorn. Oh woeful sound of children's wailing; The heavens heard and yet were still! And curses mingled with I ewailing And damn the slayer"s artful skill. From Poland and from Lithuania Through wind and snow and fleet and ice In cattle trucks to crematoria Our babes were brought to sacrifice. The night was witness to this transport: Naked, j agged, mutilated. They scarcely guessed the journey's import; Fearful, frozen, intimated. In corpse-like silence they were lying Upon old wooden boards outstretched, In torment and in angul?h dyingNo sound, as though their mouths were latched. A throttling sound, a choking rattle, Then sudden silence fills the air; And human eyes, not those of cattle, In death's last glassy stillness stare. While baby shoes pile up like giants, The gas attendant's voice rings dry •The little ones are splendid clients Tiiey need so little glas to die.' Our temples are a heap of rubble Fountains spurt our children's blood. A folk reduced to ruin and stubble Arc dragged like beasts through mire and mud. What's left of all the hope, desire To mount the crest of every wave'.' In crematoria and in fire A distant, piled-up, nameless grave. Mv lips would fain a blessing utter But where are those I long to bless? Just ghosts behind a ruined shutter And all I loved is dust and less. Oh Polish land, you are the altar Where we were dragged for sacrifice. Where German blood-lust did not falter T;> build of bones an edifice. Your cars of wheat and laden corn Arise from lands with blood-soaked hues, The flax and grain your fields adorn Are fertilized with bones of Jews. At bridal feasts the choicest flowers Which you mass in festive splay, Borrow from our blood their colours While growing in your Polish clay. The gift of millions you have taken. You surely will this token prize; The dew with which your fields awaken Are tears from six million eyes.. Oh let not tin-e erase the story. On parchment write the tragic saga— The final end of Polish Jewry Submerged as by volcanic lava." Halki I I To Take Tour Off Florida In a trip extending from Monday. August 30 through September 8, Gilbert J. Balkin, associate director, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation LeagQe, will visit Fort Myers, Bradenton. Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Lakeland, Lake Wales, and other west coast and central Florida communities. While in the state's west coast region, Mr. Balkin will meet with ADL committee chairmen and corrmunity leaders to discuss plans and projects for implement ing the league's educational program for combatting bigotry and advancing human rights for all people. One of the current state-wide ADL projects, which Mr. Balkin will bring to the attention of the local communities on this trip, is distribution among ministers of the booklet specially prepared by the league entitled "Your Neighbor Celebrates—The Jewish Holidays." Describing and illustrating the major Jewish religious observances, distribution of this booklet is being timed by the Florida ADL Office to coincide with the approach of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Copies of the booklet may also be obtained by contacting the Anti-Defamation League Office, 330 Seybold Building. Letters To The Editor llicsl "N.-IHM-S As Chairmen Ahcss And Montgomery Leonard L. Abess, accountant, of the firm of Abess, Morgan and Altemus, and John D. Montgomery, publisher of the Florida Sun. have been appointed co-chairmen for the Miami Beach region in the 1949 Dade County Community Chest campaign, it was announced today by R. Warner Ring, general chairman. Miami Beach will be one of seven regions covered in the Red Feather drive set for November f> to 23. Ring explained, and a campaign organization will be set up to solicit subscriptions Horn all individuals and business establishments in the region. Ring also reported that Frank O. Pruitt, chairman of firm group solicitation in companies employing 100 or more persons, has enrolled A. L Reynolds of the Florida Power and Light Company, and O. C "Jack" Corbin of National Cash Register Company as co-chairmen. Flimsy Excuse Mr. Fred Shochet, Editor The Jewish Floridian, • Dear Sir: The Bureau of Jewish Education takes cognizance of your criticism in the August 20 issue that we should have been the "watchdogs" to prevent a breach of propriety on Tisha B'Ab. Your excuse for not mentioning this Day of Fast is quite flimsy. I believe that the Jewish Floridian, which comes into many Jewish homes every Friday, is an educational instrument in our community. In many instances, it is probably the only Jewish periodical coming into the homes. It occurs to me, therefore, that it is incumbent upon the Floridian also to be a "watchdog." Wherever possible, the Bureau of Jewish Edducation attempts to Inform the community of coming Jewish events. Thus, for example. we have sent a Jewish school calendar' to the Dade County Board of Instruction so that the school board may plan accordingly. May I point out that two weeks before Tisha B'Ab, I had occasion to bring to the attention of two large organizations in this I community that the fast would, occur on the evening of August 14 and that they should consider cancelling affairs they had scheduled for that evening. This information was ignored. May I suggest that your paper print in bold letters the dates of all Jewish holidays (minor and major) one month in advance, since organizations make preparation for programs early. Now is the time to inform your readers when the major holidays occur to prevent breach of propriety. We. on our part, have a Jewish school calendar available, and are preparing one for adult organizations. This calendar may be obtained at the Bureau of Jewish Education office. Very truly yours, A. P. GANNES. Miss B'nai B'rith Contest Announced Marx Faber, president of the Sholem Lodge, announced Saturday that a contest to select Miss B'nai B'rith will be held at the third annual Fall Frolics and dance on Sept. 12. Entries may be sent in writing to the. lodge offices, 330 Seybold Bldg. Sam Silver, arrangements chairman, announced the following committee chairmen for the event: Al Pallot, tickets; Irving Saal. personnel; Jerome Weinkle and Ben Koven, games; Dr. David Seitlin, refreshments: Murry Pearce. distribution; Cal Pont, fooc; John Kronenfeld, equipment and transportation, and Alex Cohen and Martin Moses, priezs. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wcrit Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI. INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright—Cheerful—Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly Kosher Meals— 24 hour nursing care Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrulh Special Diets Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always on call I. GERTMAN. Director For information write or phone 82-5395 BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED THE ESTABLISHED PRACTICE IN MODERN CEMETERIES IS AS FOLLOWS: In order to keep families toqether, when 75% to 80% of any section has been sold, the remaining portion of that section is withdrawn from general sales, to be made available, exclusively, to the next of kin of lot owners in that section. Because it is necessary to wait an indefinite period for the disposal of these unsold lots, prices are always advanced on the lots reserved. THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY ANNOUNCES THAT. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1st, 1948, SECTIONS 1 & 4 WILL BE WITHDRAWN FROM GENERAL SALES. PRICES WILL BE ADVANCE ON THE LOTS IN THESE SECTIONS AFTER THAT DATE. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT LOT OWNERS WHO WISH TO EXPAND THEIR HOLDINGS, AND NEXT OF KIN OF LOT OWNERS WHO WISH TO RESERVE THEIR FAMILY SITES, AT THE PREVAILING PRICES, SHOULD DO SO BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1st, 1948. Mount Nebo Cemetery OFFICES IN OLYMPIA BUILDING MIAMI. 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t I PAGE FOUR +Jewistfkrldtor FR IDAY, AUG UST^ x% EDITORIAL fall To Jvuish Parents This is a call to Jewish parents, upon the approach of a new school year, to consider the education of their children—in terms of their personal happiness, in terms of the historic times in which we live, in terms of an understanding of their heritage, in terms of synthesizing their lives as Jews and as citizens in democratic America. We believe that the Jewish child cannot achieve personal happiness without an understanding of his life as a Jew. He w.ll gain such understanding only through Jewish education Without it, that which should be a source of security to him may become a source of insecurity, unbalance, inferiority and escapism. Without it, the sp ritual bond between parent and child, between his past and his present, are severed. Without Jewish education, our children will have no understanding that American democracy derives its faith in the concept of the dignity and equality of man from the Hebraic tradition. Without Jewish education, our children can have no understanding of the stirring historical fact of the establishment of the State of Israel based on the precepts of liberty, justice and peace taught by the Hebrew prophets. Without Jewish education, our children will not understand that when the Hebraic tradition is rejected, the mechanics and the social sett ng of democracy can be and have been perverted for the uses of tyranny. Teach them to understand and to be proud that "Hebraic mortar cemented the foundations of American democracy." Jewish Education Month, beginning on September 15 and culminating in Jewish Education Week which ends October 23, has been designated as the period when the attention of all Amer can Jews is called to the need for educating our children and youth in accordance with the history, teachings, traditions and values of Judaism. The call is for your children. The call is to you, the parent, to make sure that, along with the democratic American heritage, the her tage of Judaism is made available to our younger generation. If your child already attends a Jewish religious school, make sure that this education is continued. If he is not yet enrolled, enroll him now. To have happy, adjusted, informed, insp red American Jewish children and youth there must be cooperation between parents and schools; community and schools; schools for general education and schools for Jewish education. A Jewish school is waiting in your synagogue or Jewish center to serve you and your family. Seek it out now. recent. Please Uncle, make one package o \\v Xvvtl Teacher* The Bureau of Jewish Education is again appealing to residents of this area for personnel to man the staffs of the Sunday Schools. Great difficulty was encountered in finding sufficient teachers the past year. The need for Sunday School teachers as anticipated is greater this fall. Three new organizations, the West Miami Jewish Center, the FlaglerGranada Jewish Center and Temple Isaiah have established schools. Twenty to thirty teachers will be needed to meet their needs. The existing schools too will be looking for additional personnel due to increased registration. There are in our commun ty many former Sunday School teachers and men and women with a sound Jewish education. The services of these men and women are needed. The Bureau of Jewish Education is issuing an urgent call to the community to respond to the increased re quest for teachers for the 1948-1949 school year. The type of people preferably desired include those who have had experience in teaching Sunday School; public school teachers; those possessing Jew'sh background, and college students willing to take courses while they are teaching. A real service can be rendered by devoting just a little Jime each week. Contact the Bureau of Jewish Education and help fill a real need. The Quality OS 3tereu When the British delegation just ly raised a hue and cry for humanitarim demanding the repatriation to Israel of MflB Arab war exiles, it hoped to play the Arab on human strings. But the note was too haM?] 6 discordant to elicit the anticipated iesponsel| it was played by a hand that wouldn't raise finger on behalf of Jews when they were f a K not only exile but death at the hands of HWL? We appreciate the Arab exile problem more than the British, understand the agony and torture of human beings in exile. We are a peonl with an exile history of close to two thousa; H years. We know the meaning of homelessnw and wandering. The plight of the Arab refugees is a traai one, even though it is of their own and Brits!, making. Those people were not driven from their homes -they left home and bed, field and job and business, under the influence of Arab and British-inspired propaganda. They were coerced into becoming exiles by threats; were cajoled into flee ng to Arab lands by false promises. They were victims of treachery—British as well %  Arab. They are not unwanted in Israel. On the contrary, their homes are intact except where hit by shell. Their fields ar? be'n* plowed by Israel's fighting men. Their property and businesses are secure. They can look forward to resumption of normal life in Israel when hostilities end. They are the unfortunate victims of war, not of ideology or politics. Britain would have the world believe that her tears are motivated by considerations of humanity. Pity is a great human quality, perhaps the greatest. But where was British mercy when hundreds of thousands of Jews were being slaughtered in Hitler's murder factories? Where was that human quality when it was still possible to save some of Europe's Jewry from Hitler's clutches? What is Britain's record on that count? Only a bare light on that record is thrown in the current issue of Colliers magazine, where we learn from "The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins" that the former British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden had turned down during the war an American request to save 60,000 Bulgarian Jews from the Nazi clutches. The suggestion was made by formei Secretary of State Cordell Hull at a joint BritishAmerican meeting which was attended by the late President Roosevelt. And what was Britain's excuse? If that is done, replied Eden, "then the Jews of the world will be wanting us to make s'milar offers in Poland and Germany." And if Hitler "takes us up," he cautioned with diplomatic serenity, "there simply are not enough ships and means of transportation in the world to handle them." But when President Truman requested, and the Anglo-American Committee on Palestine recommended, immediate entry into Palestine of 100,000 Jewish refugees, there certainly were enough means of transportation. The war was over. And what was Britain's answer? The civilized world knows the answer only too well. Is Italian Jewry Still Alive? By LEO BERNSTEINROME—The emancipation of the Jews began in Italy at the end of the 19th century. Slowly and the disturbances of t e the ghettos were closed down and i nuc ( tne j assimilation of the Italian Jews Italian Jewry lost 20.000 souls 1 the last war. That great loss, war, profound effect, which made great progress. In time not seemed > however, not to last too only did the forget the Hebrew| lon 6A' the end of the war tin language (Yiddish was never known in Italy), but they generally remembered that they were Jews only on the High Holidays, when they went to listen to the synagogue organ rendei selections from Bach. In Italy there was no antiSemitism at all. Economic rivalry did not exist, and there was never place for race discrimination. So, in Italy, there was practically no Jewish question until 1939, when Hitler reminded his friend and colleague Mussolini of his duties as a Fascist. It is interesting to note that the revolutionary ideals, as well as the ideals of Zionism, as they lived and grew in the hearts and minds of the masses of Jews in Eastern Europe, did not find a fertile ground in Italian Jewry. Indeed, there were in Italy rabbinical seminaries, Jewish cultural-centers, religious schools and even publishers of Hebrew literature, but it was solely a religious spirit which dominated ,the.se institutions. presence of the Jewish Brigade in Italy, its successes and the allied victory impressed Ihe Jews It was an Italian Jew, Rienzo Si reni, who. as a Jewish pui ac l ist from Palestine, was dropped over Italy in 1944, captured bj the Germans and then died heroically. At that sime. some Italian Jews immigrated to Palestine, mainly girls going to marry Jewish fiances. Also, before the war, there were already some Jews from Italy who had settled in Palestine. But when the war was over, the effect of all this weakened, and it seemed that Italian Jews forgot that 10,000 co religionists w. .,. still living in camps in Italy, with conditions far from ideal. Italian Jews never visit these DP camps. The majority of Italian Jews seems to be quite indifferent to the Jewish question, despite the fact that at the head of Italian Jewry there are leaders who are not only fully conscious of | responsibility to Jewry, i ut have considerable authority on i great political stage. In ,; >"'vt plac< %  ay be mentioned tello Cantoni, the president of the society of Italian Jewisl %  : '"' 'ties, an important political figure, who recently inter( (,|i '11 ;| i the Col : i] Offici in London foi Italj to be givt n back her former colonies, Mention must also be made of Protes or Prato, Italy's C well-known philosopher ;m a !" 'son ol inti rnali mal pute. There is also a note i poli: • who, however as president of the Italian Constituent Asseml ly, is engaged chiefly in general Italian affairs, rhe >ituat:on .,, ms ,,, u ^ stated abovi. but now we havi had occasion to see that tl tional consciousness ol Jewry is awakened. We tly in the fund-raising drives tor the defense of Palestine '"" %  are hardly 40.00u Italian v 1 expected that they contribute e than 200 on Urea (about $350,000) this of great political stading, who visited 11 ily on his way to North A i a, where he will direct the me drive. Al the Congress, Cantoni dcclared that Italian Jews, who a I to give • leir gold and jewelIhe conquest of Ethiopa, %  to the Germans, now to contribute to the com'i "il cause. A relatively big sum was hroughl up by the inmates of the %  ''' s itorium in Merano, none • ows If he will ever promised land. Among the Italia. Jews who contributed there were some cases, which are ry significant. For example, the well-known playwright. Vallabnno Lopez, gave his precious "t of the Fattori school. which is valued at 200.000 lire In Trieste, a very big sum was donated by the industrialist. L. stock, the producer of Stock 1 gnac. In Venice Miss Bassi gave all her jewelry with the cp mment "They were owned by "V sister, who had to give most of I er jewelry to the Gestapo to %  held in Milan'on Jan £7 I f "' Du1 she was niV(r 28Until now Italian w I krowlhS^ 8nd kMed N have Conffw*.1,1 !. l u u ,h: mv sister's soul will lie naItalian mi The campaign was launched at the ( lf Italian did not have Congress,s wit The most important feature of the Congress was fwence of Dr. Umb, I Nahon the representative of the Jewish Agency, an Italian :it.d pi ace "' I ; time of the proclamation 1 state, a large deleg ,n n "I Prominent Jewish personalities visited the Italian Jew'President. The President told the delegation during the reception: -Italian Jews have a double task: one. construction; two, reconstruction." He meant, that Italian Jewry had to contribute both to the construction of Palestine, and to the reconstrutcion of Italy. It seems that Italian Jews, who were always good patriots of their hospitable country, have taken these words of their President to heart. Jew/Si) fkiriidliian Friday *<"" Published every .y The Jew Sixth Street, lered as second-class m 1930, at the Post Of'"" Fla.. pn ever y r %  %  — 1 ,„ u i ,ish Floridian at 120 t. Miami 18. Fl0fMj 6* %  cond-class matter JJTJ rfiimi. 879under "the Act of MWtftJ^ The Jewish Floridian has Hie Jewish Unity and Veekiy."" Member 'of the •"*"£,.,'„* graphic Agency, Seven Arts r Syndicate. Worldwide Nevrt sJJJJJJ National Editorial Association. --^ can Association of En V. 5 ,„, J Newspapers. Florida Press Associf SUBSCRIPTION One Year Two Years FRED K. SHOCriET Editor and Publisher 2-8212 Telephones 21141 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, W AB 22, 5708



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FBIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1948 Hebrew Academy Names Principal, Sol L Sugarman Sol I. Sugarman has been chosen as principal of the faculty ar.d director of the educational program of the Hebrew Academy, [orated at 6th St. and Jefferson Avi'.. Miami Beach, according to | a n announcement by Dr. David S. Andron, president of the school. Mr Sugarman, an outstanding [educator and administrator, |comes to his new post af*er a [varied background acquired dulling 15 years of active identification with leading educational inktitutions throughout the coun-0 [try. | Sugarman was principal and Luperintendent of instructions of %  the Hebrew Academy of St. Louis %  for five years; executive director %  of Nei" Israel Rabbinical College %  of Baltimore for four years; and |p:i: cipal of the Chelsea ComIniuniiy School in Boston for five +Jenist) fhwdHajn PAGE FIVE Sol L. Sugarman %  years. T! e new principal of the Hebrow Academy of Miami Beach Jistinguished himself as a leading.' Zionist, vice president of the Vrnerican Jewish Congress, vice president of the David A. Lourie Lodge of B'nai B'rith, radio eomnentator of station WIL in St. Louis. Mr. Sugarman is author of a lumber of articles in periodicals, rd educational reviews, as well fcs co-author of a new book entitled "New Methods of Teaching he Pentateuch." In the field of American i duration. Mr. Sugarman has had an Ictive and variegated career. He Jras lecturer of techniques in educational procedure at the Maryan State Normal School. He atended graduate courses in eduation in Washington University, lity College of the State of New rork, nd Yeshiva University. He also a member of the execuIve beard of the Conference of Jhristians and Jews in Boston. In assuming the office of principal of the Hebrew Academy. Mr. lugar-ran stated: "The purpose nd objectives of the American shool system'is to develop better Itizenship and prepare a child Pi I tter living. The Jewish edBen Gurion Changes Labor Zionist Force Military Position Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Ourion's action in abolishing Palmaoh, Labor Zionism's striking force, as a special group in the Israeli Army was hailed this week as "an act of high constructive statesmanship" by Daniel Frisch. vice president "of the Zionist Organization of America In his statement in which he commented on the reDort received yesterday from Tel Aviv concerning Palmach's consolidation into the Jewish army at the necial behest of David Ben Gurion. Mr. Frisch said "Premier Ben Gurion is to be congratulated upon his act of high constructive statesmanship Bybanning Palmach along with Tr gun as a special force in th*> Jewish army ard by insisting that both he incorporated in Haganah. Premier Ben Gurion has rendered a great service to the Jewish State. There is no room and there can be no room for private armies in the State of Israel: there is room only for one Jewish nationa' army loyal to the Jewish State and sworn to defend it against all its enemies from without and from within, from the right and from the left." Off the Record STRAY ITEMS n: ,li a J n an £i^ ead0WS fam ou s film actress whose parents are Episco? !" n, m i S f' 0nar i es 1 wlU be inverted to Judaism soon She her ?utur P h 0 ,X d H hc /K P arc ; nt i ofher decision to ad P l ^ faith of wi 1 hi f e H US ba D nd the n u tcd r riter Milton Kri !" The nuptials "lie Prinen nf g om <-\ where the groom is working on the picture tSfJT r iuL e f u F Xes • • Benjamin Miller, a New York City deS.rt ha s a mezubah" in his police car H e says i't has Si Baniy ./in? SH i i. MU fr Ls a ^'^er president of "Shomrun an Diomn rt P i J h W sh Policemen and a nephew to Bernard Semel. rChT h communal leader The Zionist Organization "Materials Fnf S Zionists throughout the country not to back lumW 4tmnL^ o"l ; • • I ? Ier So lomon, conductor of the Coiffi rff $££S hon yP'cnestra, who was the first visitor to the new htv^L ^T duCl ^ } h vt y{lvc concerts of the Palestine Phil n en amninunn'h" ?* ^ V1V Haif a Jerusalem, Ramat Gan and SnlZL P f l f th e I srach arn, y close to the front lines ... Mr fn armnrnH nd h, ^' rCh T CSt, a raVoled thc newl built "MarCUS Road" n nine morShf %2S£?R l g Ve ffiS first conccrt he,d ther < Mr Im L;, \ ^u ng th !" ny hlstoric occasions at which 5 ShTr.ii ? Ctcd £S 01ch est ra was thc ceremony in Tel Aviv pta&jEmSS PS t0 k the ath f aUegiance to th A GOLDEN TALE M !" 1 f£" n j la 1 bbi Wolf P old chairman of the World Mizrachi executive toured Europe with Chief Rabbi Her/.og to redeem Jewish Sm dre K f lT ?mstians wh0 had sheltered them during the war he aS^iSS t0 t0ll a Sta ,^ lin g & e • • In a sma tow in Holland ti.ey came across two elderly Christian Dutchmen who gave haven to a Jewish child during the Nazi occupation Rabbi Gold told them he wanted to take the child to Palestine and offered to compensate the couple for their kindness ... The cldcrlv people hid hecome terribly attached to the child and were frantic over thc prospect of parting with their ward When they heard the child was to be taken away from them they became upset and cried 'if you take our child to Palestine you must take us too or else we will commit suicide" ... The two elderly Dutchmen and the Jewish child are now somewhere in the Holy Land, citizens of the new state Dr. Seitlin Opens Dontal Offices -. :,;, %  : %  •'•::, Referring to Ben Gurion's stric mHljq of the Irgun. Mr. Frisch al system has the same said: "Every argument that could -. augmented by the ob-|be used against the existence of '' "1 developing and in-! t he Irgun as a separate grouo in Uligent Jewish laity. By familiarthe Jewish army is applicable to inn it..-,,lf ,,,.tU 41 •__• .. K %  • .... .. Argentina Group Issuing Propaganda Causes Agitation BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)—AntiSemitic agitation in the province of Santa Fe is continuing, it was reported here. According to informed circles here, the groun chiefly responsible for the antiJewish propaganda now being fomented in Santa Fe is the "Movimiento Tradicional Sindicalista." line itself with the mission of k Jewish people throughout the pituries and what it means to Palmach. In insisting that Pal mach be disbanded. Ben Gurion ., has demonstrated that he holds under a democratic govern-1 national loyalty superior to partv fent the pupils of the Hebrew loyally. He acted both justlv and < : • better fit themselves for, logically i' participation in American hd fi %  1 ish communal entereach Y Refurbished Mr. Frisch was sure that the consolidation of the Palmach into the Jewish army will have a beneficent effect not only upon •h strength and thc efficiency of & WHA of Miami the Jewish fighting force but alsi lach will be open for business, It closed to all activity—Monty. Tuesday and Wednesday. Must 30 ar.d 31, ard September If>r cleaning and repairing purupon the whole political field in Israel. "What we need in Israe today," Mr. Frisch conclud'.-d, "is not party domination but the coooeratlon of all parties in the interests of the new state." Try this tempting treat I I0ROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING AH the high-quality HorowitzMargareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old home-style Jewish way. Economical, too save work, time, money! VU talU UlU 4f04* Hi goad! Human This organization.-whose activities include the printing and distribution of leaflets castigating Or. Chaim Weizmann in language similar to that used in the Nazi newspaper "Dcr Sturmer," is -omposcd of members who claim to follow the teachings of the Argentine dictator Rosas, who -uled about a century ago anr 1 vho is generally regarded as the most reactionarv desnot ever to come to power in this country. The official Zionist Federatior oaper. "The Jewish State" •varned editorially that the antiTewish propaganda emanating from Santa Fe may spread to other sections of Argentina and urged the DAIA, central renre-ertative body of Argentine Tewry, to "face the situation with more energy." Argentine President Juan Pe•on's pledge to the Jewish community in this countrv that iranti-Semitism would be aljowe'' •n Argentina during his tenure n* office was greeted here this week by the DAIA. central representa >ive bodv of Argentire Jewrv The DAIA also exnrr^-sr--: the one that the Argentine gnveTi. ent would soon recognize the State of Israel. The local ,T'"' cl h pros'*, in hnilmg Pcnn't; qdHress to nn estimated 30.000 persons m the heart of the city's Jewish quarter pointed out that the President's | neeeh was made in circumstances 'hit could well hp regarr'ed as extraordinary. Peron partic-na'er' 'i the dedication ceremonies of the new offices of the pro-Peron "Organizacion Israelita Argenj tina," the first time—it was noted —that an Argentine President has visited the offices of a Jewish organization. President Peron was applauded when he appealed to his audience, inviting Argentine Jews not to "isolate" themselves from any form of national life, but on the contrary to participate fully in the country's affairs and avil themselves Of all their civic rights. [ As he concluded, the crowd demanded that the First Lady also speak. Senora Peron denounced' the previous national administrations which she accused of instigating race-hatred. She said she did not make any distinction between Jews and non-Jews. David J. Seitlin David J. Seitlin, D.D.S., announces the opening of his offices for the practice of dental and oral surgery in conjunction with Dr. Harold Klock, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Dr. Seitlin is a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended the University of Florida, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, graduated Loyola University School of Dentistry and completed his interneship at New York Polyclinic Hospital, New York City. 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• : < • FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 "Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR CopyriSht. IMS. J*. W^P"c Ag^y. Inc. Jewish Athletes Win five Championships At OlympJc Games set up J£2 cun.r, .,„,,,„. 'SSt. '! "HI A ZI ONIST -NEW DEAL": \ !" %£££*** **• Although it is very quiet on thj j lQ preven1 deliver* %  -s^s be lively action here next month. after the American delegates return from the current session of Se Zionist Actions Committee m Israel • The issue wffl be whether the Labor Zionists in the United States should p.aetu. merge with the Z.O.A. unde th Hrship of Dr. Abb, H. lei Silver or not Such a possibility ,s foreseen in connection with the forthcoming parluunerta, > Hoetions in Israel Wlthou the aid of the General Zionists in Israel the Labor Party, led by David Ben Gurion, may not gain sufficient strength to keep ien Gurion and Shertok in the! present leading positions Ul the Israeli Cabinet .Dr. S lver. who is now in Israel, is willing to secure the support ol the Gen eral Zionists in Israel for Ben Gunon providing the Zioms Labontes in the United States reciprocate • Such reciprocation would involve putting the Labor Zionist moven ents in tm* in perfe I order... !" !" 3 "" v 1 ,-v „hserve. stationed • \ observei even a at Latakieh at lines are written tinlime PLANS AND ACTION: American Jewish groups detanss renters tl rough the tional %  n irc: % %  ; the Ui %  ; -,,, also • %  %  %  „ ma,iv...f^ -r/eff: ninw --'.""'".r;, e' inth C place in indiv I ^S on in New.York 0B e third.^ ^V^dividual | .... Washington ^Intetarn events the 5 stablis ment P r P ertJ •'"', %  .U, ..u,V ceeds go to benefit Jew .,.„... ntedl Srmay f r a bei 0 -* s in tins countrj L; S Olympic Food T -u u/ar Veterans of &f ~ : St?tes of Americiij The ^w.sh War Veterans f Genial Julius Klein of CM. an anno^S^oSmander. announced establishment of the || cago. National Com m n m provide rehabilitation aid S i em en,ary OU totS anS Federal assistance to amputees and o*. dtaaW^v^raniorJ^rWlP^ A California, is shonl Mr ^' I the course of one of her visits to disabled vet.rj S7he Veteran" Administration's Birmingham Hospital, Vn Nuys. California. s hv Jewish groups in mis wui. %  „ „, __ en =s5-=a-sj-__8 -JfS.ISCSAf'ih shaften campaign, th. fund-rais.,.,.. I thai he be w n the JcwM athletes ng organization ol I im all parts ol the world, waj Labor Z^nist movement .. s f jv „„,_,. ^ ^ at tl Ion of BenGurio Jewish Con, ; leJSi • ilona EUk. Hungary, worn /in:ist groups to take ^V ra ^^e tiS ofT' S 'fS^^wLS.^ Sunday. August 29. at Tel Aviv Who '„;' % % %  "" ;""I" gj, .ncernan. who Crandon Park. fo ha. S e M .ooose of die af,a„. Israel? • Masada lroup To Hold %  • %  >" %  • A joint "Nitzanim Picnic" has een planned by the Miami and Purpose ATTENTION! ATTENTION!: There is a good deal ol confusion : ow m t: is countrj connection with continued ar rival of persons fron I lei wh< as an., i-..V„b Rnrllman. of co-chairwomen, will be the co %  D nd ["2 a \ P ew OWmpic ve ;. Jewish restitution York, Pa ". set a new ui>.n m .... hiwhed in Gerrerord fining the middlemany, re „,,, i n winning the middle... %  rtain com. ht w iht-liftinf[ tiOe. .as a resull Stephen Seymour, ol Los Anr'annoTn I Hnbhed second in the ,1 Ger ja velin throw, with a toss ol 22 many th" n left to L t 74 inches James ^Fuchs o n and action, vale, finished third in the hot 'put witl a mark of :>- feet iu 4 niches. Margarel Elek, Hungary. claim that they represent the Jewish state Some ol diem release st ite i ents to thi pi which cause embi nerd the authoi ize sentatives of ; Israel ... No wondei thai th |;!||||SIII I\aill h Israeli Office of Info _. %  .-• % %  „_ New York is now warning thi I I press not to accent any st ite ments befon checking the persons making their. r< represent the government of Is-| rt tary of State Geo i WASHINGTON, D C Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith, : as been n in ed by see it int.guvenimeiii •" %  ini.oy ui rael Is it true that an Egyp-1] all' a s a member of the Citizen tian.Nekrashi Pasha, is now con-1 committee to pro i ote the observ clud'inK the purchase in theLnee of United Nations Daj purchase in the United Stales of Or. October 31. 1947, the Gen12 jet fighters, available withinjeral Assembly ol the United Naa month? Would such a trans-Uions adopted a resolutior action not ., S i s ter of Ilona Elek, was 6th in the women's foils. Irvn .. M,,n Iscl ein, of New York University, took eighth place in the decathlon while Norman Lewis, ...1 i | New York, placed ninth m the nun's epee event. Dr. Ivan Ossier, of Denmark. : plaC( winnei the 1912 Olympiad, led the Danish swordsmen to a fourth design-1place in 1 e epee tean event. The '•' team, half ,UI 11.111 v> %  ••.". lection by the chapters of recreational equipment for the youth of newly organized Israeli colonies The project is part of a general effort by all southeastern Masada groups and all persons attending the picnic are asked to bring at least one of such items as sporting equipment and clothing, indoor and outdoor game sets. used or new. Each voung woman attending will bring lunch for two persons. Pinicers will meet at the entrance t.i the Rickenbacker causeway ; 10 a.m. Serving on I e joint committal are Gil Rappaport, Ted Xdal and the Misses Faith Alexankl Flo A! ran.smi and Terry Mertl Those planning to attend are si quested to contact Miss Greel 5-4953, or Miss Ruhinstein,4-3!l| WHfl (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAT 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P.M. EVERY TUESDAT 6:00 to TOO P. M. Yiddish Classical Ho EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in tjj Latest Recordings AvaiH* CLASSICAL-LITURGICAl AND FOLK MUSIC For Better Service to the Public In Greater Miami... llli!.>[Wli]ll'.U,li !" uuii".i ..,.„.. ,,,.„. ... [al] under the U.S. at ing October 24 as United N arms embargo order for the coun1 lintions Day and inviting all mei ich was made upol players tries of the Middle East 0 -jber governments to cooperati Montreal VMI1A And is it true that Turkey is de-l 0 bserving it. The resolution de-jished ninth livering to the Arab states wea-l c i a red that the day shall "be de Yoted to making known to the ,i.,, 0 pies of tl e world the re-|and achievements of the United hat iNatioi s a: d to gaining tl eir -up16 medium-sized bombers of Engoi ,,, every stat< and i very c munity in tl e countrj I %  organiz* [rams for United Nations Daypons and war materiel coming from the United States'' And what about the intelligence re-, ana HC iu U port received in this country that [Natioi S ai d to gaining tl eil 16 medium-sized bombers of Engpo rt for the wmk of the United lish make were delivered during I Nations." The National Citizens the first two weeks of August I committee is asking the peopli at the Egyptian port of Alexandria? They were sent in crates, in separate parts, labelled "agricultural implements," and are now being assembled at ( Marash Matruh And where, were the U.N. observers when a \ Turkish cargo ship, the Jawuz Ad. unloaded on August 15 about ( 2.000 tons of war material in the Lebanese port of ( Latakieh for delivery to Arab hide-outs along the Palestine border? ... It seen Builders of Immortal Memorials for the • Jewish Trade • Large stock of monuments on display for immediate delivery in all Jewish cemeteries. • Serving the leading Jewish families in this area since 1925. Look For the 2-Story White Budding THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS "CEMETERY CHARGES Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 007 Bincayne Slrio. Ph. 34616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for yuur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS ^p 710 S. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1948 HorowitzMargareten Uses Special Field To Grow Wheat For Matzoh ?^te*lstjh>riidlfan PAGE SEVEN A group of Quakers near Philadelphia, Pa., demonstrates the efficacy of its belief in freedom of worship and tolerance by cooperating with members of another faith to help the latter observe certain fundamental principles This Quaker group has panying pictures — Rabbi Max Schay and Rabbi Joseph Soloveitcnik inspect the wheat plants to make sure that the grains are completely dry, and that they have not sprouted. Otherwise they could not be used for the flour for these Matzohs. Rabbi Max Schay and Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik inspecting the wheat plants. Draft Registration To Begin August 30 Thirty-five locations where draft-eligible young men will register for selective service were announced for Dade County. Registration will begin at all sites at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30, and continue through Sept. 1 according to the following schedule: Aug. 30: Men born in 1922, after Aug. 30, 1922. Aug. 31 and Sept. 1: Men born in 1923. and 3: Men Men 9: Men 7: born born born in in in leased to Horowitz-Margareten a huge field where special wheat is grown for flour to be used for •Matzoh Sh'murah." 'Matzoh Sh'murah" means matzohs which are "matched" or i "guarded" from the planting o' the grain through the packing o the finished products—in accordance with the Biblical exhortation: "And ye shall watch (or The wheat isthen reaped and threshed under careful supervision, and packed in special sacks, each of which, is sewed up and securely fastened with a lead seal bearing the Rabbi's inscription and signatures. The bags are then stored in a dry place under lock nnd .seal. In January, the Rabbis cut the .seals, and again examine the *. Rabbi Max Schay guard) the matzohs" (Exodus XII, 17). The wheat is "watched" carefully during harvesting, milling, and making—so that it may not lecome leavened by rain's swellUK the grains and causing it to "ut, by the flour's becoming Painp. or by excessive kneading pel slow baking. These special "Matzoh Sh'mulah" require special "watching" because they are used ritually— knd only two nights a year. Three W these "Matzoh Sh'murah" are pied in the "Seder" Dish and ati n at various intervals during ie impressive ceremony on the •st two ("Seder") nights of Passver. The grain for Horowitz-Marpreton "Sh'murah Matzoh" is town in this special field rented 1 Om the cooperative Quakers W Philadelphia. In the middle July—as shown on the accomseals bags of grain. grain—because if any moisture has come in contact with it, it has become "chomet?" (leavened) and may not be used When they have passed approval on the grain, it is ground into flour, packed into Lags which are sewed and sealed with the Rabbis' seals, and transported to the Horowitz-Margareten bakery in Long Island City Just before Passover, this closely I "guarded" flour is baked into | "Matzoh Sh'murah." This special "Matzoh Sh'murah" represents a liny fraction of the millions of pounds of matzohs produced annually by the Horowitz-Mai gareten firm. The cooperation of the friendly Quakers with their Jewish fellowcitizens is further evidence that under the American flag all peoples can live in peace and harmony—a true demonstration of democracy in action. Sept. 2 192 '•. Sept. 4 and 1925. Sept. 8 and 1926. Sept. 10 and 11: Men born in 1927. Sept. 13 and 14: Men born in 1928. Sept. 15 and 16: Men born in 1929. Sept. 17 and 16: Men born in 1930, before Sept. 19. Under the law. all men in these age classifications must register on the dates named, regardless of whether they may later be exemptied from the draft because of previous service, occupation or other reasons specified by President Truman. WHERE TO REGISTER FOR DRAFT—numbers on map correspond to the following locations throughout Dadc county: BOARD NO. 45 1. Klnloch Park Elementary and," Junior HiKh Bchool, 125 N.W. 43rd Ave. -'. Opalocka Elementary school, Opalock.i. :t. Hiuleah Elementary and Junior High school, E. 5th St.. Hlaleah i. Fulford school, North Miami Beach •'. vtiiliniii Jennings Bryan school 1200 N.E. 125th St., North Miami! i. Earllngton Heights Elementary school, 1740 N.W. 22nd Ave S. Little River ichool, 514 N.W. 77th :<. Miami Shores Elementary school 10361 N.E 5th Ave. 10. Bethune Elementary school (NeBro3, 4801 S.W. 25th Ct. 11. Liberty City Elementary school, (Negro), 6020 N.W. 17th Ave 12. L>orsej High school (Negro),' Tl(ii) -N.W 17th Ave. 13. Liberty Square auditorium (Negro). N.W nth Ave. ana 63rd si BOARD NO. 46 14. Lobby of Dads oounty courthouse, 15. Miami Senior Hiuh school, 2i:,i> S.W. 1st St. 16. Robert K. Lee Junior lli K h school. 3100 N.W. 5th Ave. 17. Comstock Elementary school, 24281 N.W. lsth Ave. 18. Highland Park Elementary schocfl 1020 N.W, Till Ave. 19. Mlramar Elementary school, ma. N.E. l!>th St. 20. Riverside Elementary school, ^21 S.W. 12th Ave 21. Booker T. Washington JuniorSenior lliuh school (Negro), 1200 N.W. 6th Ave. ci'hc following at .Miami Beach) 22. North Beach Elementary school, .11 list St. 23. Central Beach Elementary school, 1120 Washington Ave. 24. Miami Beach Senior lliuh school, 1420 Drexel Ave. 25. South Beach Elementary scl I, 385 Lenox Ave. 26. Biscayne Elementary scl I. 77th St, BOARD NO. 47 :'7. Homestead City Hall. :'s. Perrlne City Call 29. South Miami City Hall. :!. J. It. 10. I school, b'outh Miami. 31. American Le 3-10-17-24 commence Monday, August 30, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the synagogue, 590 S.W. 17th Ave. High Holiday seat reservations will be honored by the seating committee starting Sunday, August 29, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 7 to 9 p.m., daily except Friday, accordingto Sidney H. Palmer, president of the congregation. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks You may obtain your copy of "SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA. Price S2.W Upholstering i Slip Covers Draperies I lied Spreads Head Hoards Cornices Made to Order 11 Reasonably Priced \ Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL jj JOSEPH J. 'RAWLSON 704 N. 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I i • t 1 1 ii %  1 i %  1 I H : %  1 PAGE EIGHT ncridiar FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, Mrs. Wm. Peretzman Beach Couple Pledge Troth He lore Eironisli Miss Ruthe Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Singer. 1040 15th St.. Miami Beach, and William Peretzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th St.. Miami Beach, took their nuptial vows before Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom Sunday. August 22. The bride's attendants were her sister Evelyn, maid of honor, and the Misses Anne Bearmar. and Katherine Peretzman. the groom's sister, bridesmaids. Flower girl was Charlene Perry and ringerbearer, Bobby Cohen. Edwin Peretzman served as his brother's best man and Leonard Hollander and Richard .Bell served as usher.-. Mr. and Mrs. Peretzman are both graduates of Miami Beach Senior High school and Mrs. Peretzman did fashion modeling before her marriage. The groom served 18 months in the Navy and attended the University ol Miami. Pioneer Clubs Join To Sponsor Boatride The Pioneer Women Club 1 of Miami Beach and the Golda Myerson Club will join efforts to sponsor :, moonlight excursion Sunday. August 29, of the yacht 7-Seas at pier 8. Tickets for the boat rim are $1.25 per person and the proceeds will go to the state of Israel. Tickets can be obtained at the dock and by contacting Mrs. Lena Pushkin. 9-7917; Mrs Henry Seitlin. 5-6380: and Mrs. Pearl Kreiger, 82-6158. 5 Personally Speaking ... I BIR T. and Mrs. Max R. Silver announce the, Wrth oj a son. David Robert, on Saturday, August 21 at Jackson Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robins m Baltimore August 10, a baby boy, James William. + Roberta Ellen, born to Mr. and Mrs Irving Laden. 2471 S.W. 21st Terr., August 9 at the Victoria Hospital. Ann Marsha, born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer at the St. Francis Hosp'tal August 13. -* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin announce the birth of Lawrence Scott July 21 at the Victoria Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan announce the birth ol a baby boy Auqust 25 at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. PERS Mr N and'Mrs. Gus Zoslow recently ^£5 wedding anniversary with a gathering at their home attended by thirty-five friends and relates. Out-of-towners presen included Dr. Charles F. Scmelson, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kopin, of New Haven. + Euqene J. Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St., has returned to Miami after an extended visit to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He was accompanied by Mrs. Weiss and their two daughters who will remain in the north until October. Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, 710 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, is recuperating after an illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. Nussbaum, of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rivkind, of the Raleigh Hotel, left Wednesday with their son for the north. They will visit their daughter and grandchild in Cincinnati, followed by a short stay w.th another daughter and her two children in New York. Before returning to Miami around Labor Day, the Rivkinds will visit their hometown of Boston. Mrs. Rose Hayes, secretary of Beth Jacob synagogue, is on her vacation in New York City. i + Convales'ng at Fayettesville, N. C. after a serious illness 1 is Mrs. Maurice Mamches of Miami. + Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman have icturned from a two month vacation in the north which included visit to New York, FenMar, Baltimore and Washington. -* Spending two weeks on an extended West Indies tour which will include Havanna, Hati, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and son, Harvey. Dr. Alfred Augustine of Miami and Miami Beach. has returned from a trip through England, Holland, Belgium. Switzerland and France. + %  Vacationing at the Blue Horizon for a few days are Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Wolfson and son have moved to the'r new home 1815 S.W. 23rd St. At home after a 10 week stay in Parksville, N. Y. are Mr. end Mrs. Meyer Venetsky, 2112 S.W. 14th Terr. Mrs. Max Shapiro will shortly return to her home from the hospital where she will convalesce following an operation %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prosterman who have been spending the summer in Chicago are leaving for Washington, D. C, on the first of the month to spend a few days with their children before returning to Miami Beach. + Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Groundwerg have returned to Miami Beach following a trip to New York where they attended the graduation exercises of their son, Moses from the Talmudical Academy of the Yeshiva University, and a short trip to Havanna, Cuba with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald. Jr. Hadassah Holds Regional Meeting Begbining with the traditional „ v:;il>l! services and welcome "eetings from prominent local immunity and Zionist leaders .on SaTurday. September 4 the Southern Region of Junior Hadassah .„ „, H n is annual conference. S" s year conference headquarter will be the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, from September 4-6. Miss Harriet Cotton, president 0 f the Southern Region, and Mrs. Sidney Rich, conference chair* ,,. „ av announced that Mi* Mariorie Slusker, well known ';';,;,:.,. of the Work-Study Group" of girls who recently reined from a year's stay of work, ,,, an< 3 study in Israel, will headline the program of speaKprs Miss Slusker. native of Lor,. Ohio, recently attained National Junior Hadassah recognition on her alert, conc.se reports 0 f her experiences and impressions obtained while in Israel. ng the later part of her stay. Slusker close to spend some on Cyprus, working with the lewish agency relief groups (here and studying conditions among the Immigrants interned bv the British on that island. Thirty Organizations Plan For Youth Month Representatives from thirty ,] ,,-. ai izations met last night Mayor Marcie Liberman to .... plans for t e observance o| National Youth Month which occurs in September. Principal speaker was Perry Botwin, chairof the youth conservation committee of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. It was announced that an estin ated 1500 persons active in local youth work will be given the opportunity of viewing a special film "Report for Action" at the Capitol Theatre on September 9 as part of the forthI coming program. Botwin was cl osen as overall chairman of the observance at a tint: of community representavi i last week. Y Opens Health Club Next Wednesday The Mian i Y announces the opening of it.Health Club Wedlay evening, September 1. at "i 00 annual membership in the health club allows use of I i ti m loom, steam sponge ii Era red lamp treatment, locker service, showers, electric vibrator, lim n service and gym. Membership is ope', to Y members only. Those wishing to use, %  i facilties who are not memof the Health Club will pay t iblishcd fci s. Ethel Mintzer ii. hel Mintzer %  roth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ethel, to Dr. Herbert Feinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg of Dover, N. J. Miss Mintzer is a graduate of Miami Senior High and Miami Business college. The doctor is a graduate of Dover High school and Illinois College of Chiropody. He interned at the Foot Clinics of Chicago where he was a member of Beta Tau Alpha, professional fraternity, and is practicing at Miami Beach. Dr. Feinberg is vice president of the Florida Chiropody Assn. and is a past pre sident of Dade County' Chiropody Society. The wedding is planned for October. Edna Budlow-Harry Gompers Take Vows Announcing the marriage of their daughter, Edna, to Harry Gompers, son of the late William and Rebecca Gompers, are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow ol Miami Beach, formerly of Baltimore. The wedding took place at Temple Isaiah Sunday, August 21 with Rabbi David Raab officiating A reception was tendered at the Temple for the 85 guests present. Following an extended honeymoon the couple will reside at 167 N.W. 38th St.. Miami. Miami Beach AVC Celebrate V-J Day The third celebration of V-J Di 5 will he observed by the Americans Veteran Committee, Mi n ; Be: cl Chapter, which has announced plans for a gigantic rally in Flamingo Park on the eyi ning of September 2. Admissioi to ihe event, which will com! ,: i-' speechi S, musics and a play. will be free, $* ovf* 5€ HAH* MC BAKED BEANS "Scat VfOHW-H And W' Mewe** 4 O9rond.ovorf lhe favorite HI „,n.whh neighborhoods. PRODUCED UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION SPECIAL SALE OF S A M SOX RUBBER BLADE A X S Formerly SIP.50 Priced S21.95 ,0 The utmost in safety. Blades of Fan are made of rubber. They are likewise very durable, and efficient. UNITY ELECTRIC CO. Sidney S. Margulies, Prop. 1054 Alton Read MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4570 — 5-6269 iirdines HEISEY'S PLANTATION" gracious new pattern in HAND CAST STEMWARE l 70c each hospitality of the South abou in 'this smart new Hew. pattern. Inspired b> jhe ^ lous pineapple. tiao" symbol of hospitality. P" d lionMs a modern treagen^ 1 i< era-nous token o:" jc paced life on the vast trap estates. Other Heisey !" f%* Glassware Celery *• J Oil and vinegar container*^ each Mayonnaise dish with $ „j ladle set ft Pickle dish Burdine'., Mia"" OI.Mware. fifth F'"



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)AY AUGU ST 27, 1948 + ki*l n*ri4irnn >brew Institution •gins Second Year 1 August 30. exactly one year fc J the establishment of the ISLw Academy, registration Commence for the second tr of its activity. The Hebrew fademv. which launched its uni%  aQ f ovm of education in the kater Miami community, is lohort at 018 6th St., Miami Beach Erncr Jefferson Ave.) and conItutes the first all-day academy 'the South Eastern region of le United States. | Th P institution boasts of its Vdcrn and well-equipped school future with a 400 seat audiIrium with theatrically equipped L e large airy classrooms, outtV Playground, library and fcsic room, a professional arts crafts department, clinic ljnfi r0 om and kitchen. f' Th( Hebrew Academy is a non L fj community project sponL r cd by outstanding leaders and fucators of the community. The threw Academy offers a disnctive program blending a comL ve and integrated curriblum of progressive American Id secular training with mten|vc II. rew studies. TTIJS year. 1948-49, the academy HU offer elementary classes from L first through the sixth years. £,,.,. are also kindergarten Troups for children of ages 4-5ft %  Bars, In addition to an expert and Icensed faculty of educators, and laximum compliance with the i oard of education requirement-f Dade county as of the State of Florida the Hebrew Academy has Idopt.'d progressive standards and Lthodology in its approach and krcsintation of modern education A complete integration of 111 studi'-. has made possible the ttablishment of a full and inlusive educational program Uhich offers to the children of Jiami Beach and Miami, not only %  very subject offered in public fcrools, but additional courses in nusic and music .appreciation, nanual and expressional arts, na|un study, crafts, and science. imong the extra-curricular acBvities M the academy are the newspaper publication "The Ech<>" written, composed and produced by the students of the head, n y, as well as many dramaIk' musical performances presented by the children of the academy. Dr. David Andron is president Df the institution. Berie Axlrod Miss Axlrod Betrothed The engagement of Miss Beryle Axlrod to Alvin J. Glick has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W. 18th Ct. Mr. Glick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glick, 1560 S.W. 5th St. The wedding will take place early next spring. Robbins-Rabinowitz Nuptials Announced Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robbins of Philadelphia, Pa., announce the betrothal of their daughter Henrietta to Martin L. Rabinowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz, 2J73 S.W. 16th Terr. The ceremony will take place September 28 at the Warwick Hotel in Philadelphia. Ilsaac Levin Lodge |Gives Annual Dinner Th.' Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai i will hold its annual sumin :• icial event on September |2. Following a dinner at the Monte l( Club. 700 S.W. 8th St.. [r bers and guests will adjourn [to the home of Sidney and Dave lAfller, 853 Sunset Drive for a [swim-dance. The evening's festivities are open to prospective mem|bers and their dates. Chairman Morton L. Perry is [planrinc tne affair, assisted by [Martin Rosen and Stephen Davis. I The cost of the dinner will be I $2.25 per person. Singer Delegate Of Beach V Jl IIA At Youth Meet Joseph H. Singer, representing the Miami Beach YM & YWHA. is one of the delegates to the National Jewish Youth Conference, which the National Jewish Welfare Board and the JWB-spon sored National Jewish Youth Planning Commission are sponsoring at Camp Wei-Met, Narrowsburg, N. Y., from September 3 to 10. This is the first conference of its kind ever to be held in the United States. Eliahu Epstein, first Israeli minister to the United States, will be one of the principal speakers at the confernce, purpose of which is to bring into dear focus the function and activities of youth councils, to disuss common problems and basic issues facing Jewish and other vouth. and to investigate the feasibility of creating a permanent body through which prograrr ideas. techniques and experiences of Jewish youth groups may be exchanged. Tropical Lodge Features Sports Sports events will feature the coming week's activities of the B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge No. 1713, according to Saul Genet, publicity chairman. On Sunday at 10 a.m. Lodge members will meet the Sholem Lodge men in a tennis match at Flamingo Park Tennis Courts, llh St. and Meridian Ave. Tropical Lodge team will consist of Mark Brown, Saul Genet, Herb Zwick, Mark Shavel, Art Stein, Irv Shlomawitz and Mart Garfield. Participating for Sholem Lodge are Perry Botwin, Milton A. Friedman and Sol Rovin. A bowling night to which members and friends are invited has been planned for Monday at the Playdium Bowling Lanes, 3737 S.W. 8th St. Matches will begin at 8:15 p.m. Tropical Lodge will furnish transportation home for those not having cars. MB Y Nursery School Registration Begins Applications for admission to the nursery school to be conducted by the Beach Y are now being accepted at the office, 1536 BayRoad. Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein has been appointed director. A graduate of the New York Training School for Teacheis, Mi*. Bernstein has had many years' experience in pre-school edu-ation. She holds a B.S. degree ill Education and a Misters in Psyeho'.og; and Mental Hygiene. Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Beach "Y," has announced that experienced preschool teachers are needed and that applications will be gladly accepted. The nursery school is scheduled to open about the 1st of October. Information may be obtained by calling 5-5319. Pictured above from left to right are Misses Trudi Lach, Charlotte Sandier and Donna Feldman who are in charge of arrangements for the DEBB's Holiday JamborEve, September 5th at 3 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Hal Murray of WKA1 will be master of ceremonies while judges for the young adult talent show will be Dick Parker, WMBM; Eve Telegan, WQAM and Sonny Sheppard, Wometco Theatre. Group Hoars Or. S. Kriesler Dr. Seymour Kriesler addressed the sisterhood of Temple Isaiah Tuesday evening on the importance of cooperation between the Temple and sisterhood. Mrs. Hattie Mechlowitz, acting chairman during the absence of Mrs. Faye Tupler, introduced Rabbi David Rs&b who delineated the program for the religious school. Committee chairmen appointed during the meeting were: Mes-j tne tim cames Anna Strauss, visitation; 1 Clara Mae Van Ness, telephom Three Theatres Show "Case Of Mrs. Conrad" First Miami showing of the new March of Time film "The Case of Mrs. Conrad" will be seen at Wometeo's Town, Surf and Cameo Theatres from September 1st through the 3rd. It will be shown at other Wometco Theatres later in the month and in October. The Case of Mrs. Conrad" presents the history of a patient from she is informed of a need for an operation through l^iaru Mac van mi:, ifn-uiiuiK-, .„.„:„„ Gil Balkin. publicity and bullepre-operative tests, the ope.ation tin: Charles Gordon, religious j itself, and post-operative care. Beach Offices Opened Walter P. Vollweiler, formerly of Miami, has opened new offices in the Lincoln Building. 350 Lincoln Road. Known as the Beach Optical Service, the firm will specialize in filling oculists' prescriptions and duplicating lenses. It will also carry a large stock of latest style frames. Walker To Be Speaker Robert V. Walker, vice president of the First Federal Savings & Loan Association, will be the guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club on Friday, August 27, at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. school: Irwin Berry, alter-flowers; Sarah Shulman and Clara Mae Van Ness, representatives to the Temple membership committee; Charles Raab and Ben Silver, ways and means: Al Cohen, hospitality: Abe Hirsch. temporarytreasurer; Lilyan Drucker, entertainment. Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus, chairman of the constitution and by-laws committee, and committee women, Meclowitz, Tupler and Van Ness, will draw up the constitution and present it before the group at the next regular meeting, announced Rabbi Raab. The latest aspects of medical techr.ic are shown including the use of new apparatus and tests. The March of Time film illustrates the remarkable charges and improvements which have taken place in surgical and hospital practice in recent years. UNVEILINGS The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Isaac Rosengarten will take place Sunday. August 29 at 2 p.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park j cemetery with Rabbi Max Shap iro officiating. Friend and rela 1 tives are asked to attend. A monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Shirley Wallace Sunshine will be unveiled Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at one o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremonies. Gordon Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Victor Mell, husband of Minna Mell, will take place Sunday, August 29 at 11 m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. Arrangements ar e in charge of Gordon Monument Co. Ted Dortch Guesses Identity Of Mr. "Who" Winner of the "Who's Who" contest at the dance given by the Miami Beach Junior Hadassah last Saturday evening was Ted Dortch of Miami Beach, who guessed the identity of the mystery celebrity as that of Nino Yacovino, night club entertainer. Unexpected highlight of the evening was the sale, for $200, of two dresses donated to the Junior Hadassah by Wahl's Exclusively Yours, 1045 Lincoln Rd., announced Mrs. Gerald Soltz chairman. The dresses, modeled bv Miss L. Savage. Powers mode I, and Micki Pearlman. New York Fashion model, were bought by a MrSalmon of Cleveland, O. Union Speaker Here Field representative of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi Martin Hinchin, of Dothan, Ala., was guest speaker at a reception in his honor Wednesdav, August 25, at the Hillel House. Coral Gables Jewish Center sponsored the affair. Strictly Kosher Catering For All Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hotel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 1 1\3GUSTBROS.Ry £ OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 MIAMI BEACH YOUR OLD FRIEND W. P. CORBITT IS BACK ON THE JOB TO SERVE YOU THE BEST IN LIVE POULTRY COME AND SEE ME 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 3-6028 "A School of Distinction" A superior education is available for your child at THE HEBREW ACADEMY Sixth Street and Jefferson Avenue MIAMI BEACH Visit The Hebrew Academy and discover the outstanding qualities and intelligent, progressive and integrated American and Hebrew education. REGISTER NOW FOR OIR • Elementary Department 1st through 6th year • Kindergarten (from 4 to 5'z years of age) The Families of the late ANNA HUREWITZ Thank their many friends for the kind expressions of sympathv extended during their recent bereavement. Hurewitz Family Greenberg Family Shapiro Family OUR PUPILS RECEIVE: • English Education • Hebrew Education • Small class units • Library • Music—Art—Dramatics • Transportation • Hot Luncheons and Refreshments And—the opportunity to study under the guidance of a well trained, experienced and licensed faculty. For Information—Visit The Hebrew Academy or call 8M"1 rrfri V.VVV-V/yV.VWA M^^HMBH m^M



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. %  I %  Pomerantz Chosen Director Activity Max Meisel. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education announced this week the employment of Hyman Pomerantz of North Bergen, N. J.. as extension activities director of the BJE. Mr. Pomerantz holds a B.A. degree from Yeshivah University, a teacher's license from the Teachers Institute of Yeshivah University, and an M.A. degree in Educational Psychology fron Teachers College, Columbia University. He has also begun work on his doctorate in Semitic languages at Yeshivah University. Mr. Pomerantz has had varied experiences in Jewish education as teacher and principal and has been associated with Temple Zion Hebrew School. Bronx, N. Y., Kingsway Jewish Community Center, Brooklyn. N. Y.. Beth El, Fnglewood, N. J., and Yeshivah of Central Queens. N. Y. During the summers. Mr. Pomerantz has been head counsellor at children's camps. He will assume his duties on September 1 and will work under the supervision of A. P. Cannes, executive director of tie Bureau. Mr. Meisel indicated that Mr Pomerantz will he in charge of the Hebrew High School. High School for Jewish Studies, Adult Education, and will be consultant o youth groups requesting assistant in planning programs. He will also develop inter-school activities. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Service Friday night Hi S:lJi p.m.. the rabbi will speak <>n "if Prayei Be Hi. V i of God." I M. Seymour KrelsIrr uili read the ncrlptural lenson. A ivi-pptlon u ill follow Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colinan A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath evening Bervln .al B:l'i p.m. Rabbi Zwitman \% i11 conduct Hen Ices, Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Forl Lauderdale. Frldaj evening services at Sp< .ii.-:i.. inannounced. The Jewish University By DAVID SCHWARTZ The p.iil I : v I ;|r,i '" • u '' t Sho knows that if she displays to.. t an eagerness, it will work up an atmosphere leading to re jection ral i r than an acceptam i on t: e part ol the boy friend. She may never have studied psychology, she may i "t even know %  hat the word meat s, yel she this subtli principle. ORTHODOX Congregation Belh Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday \ enlng sei \ lei u in M in Saturdu) morning services al N W i -i in. The rabbi will speah mi the I I'oi tion of the Week. Saturdnj at. rI noon .ii %  "• ii.m. the rabbi will speak on "The Ktlii.s of Om Pathers." Mineha al •; .m. followed b> Shulos Seud> a class in Mlshnah. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. I-'I lda> • veiling services al •;::t %  • n.ni Saturday morning servli Scholarships To H raiidcis (iivi>n Bv Ladies Group WALTHAM. Mass.—Two full tuition scholarship to Brandeis University were donated by the National Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans. The two scholarships are reserved for daughters of veterans. A check covering t sol olarships was presented by Mis. Jennie Silverman, to George Alpert. president of the board of trustees of the university last week. The new university, first Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian college, win open for its first term this October. "'It is with gnat pleasure." Mrs. Silverman said, "that I make this presentation, on behalf of the thousands of women in the National Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans. We feel confident that this university, established in the name of the Jews of America, will become an important contributor to higher education in America." In accepting the award. Mr. Alpert said. "Please extend, on behalf of Brandeis University, our deep and abiding gratitude to the Auxiliary for its generosity and thoughtfulness in establishing these scholarships. "The granting of scholarships is on 0 of the most inspiring of deeds. It represent an investment m civilization and betokens faith m the future." o i ;t ,iin abb! Sun..a April will speak on The L'ses of Symbolism." Mliichn al 'i p.m. followed i>\ Shalox Si Itabbl will speak on the I'oi lion nf Hi. ^ • • k 11, l.n %  .HHI rells v, | | : % %  Kislrul Ion ilall>. !l a in to 12 n. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. a Friday evening services al ( 15 pn Sabbath morning services ,ii • :> %  a.m. Mlncha at 6:45 followed bj Shalos Seud*s. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion ,.f the Week Siimmei sessions <.f the Religious School will %  >p iicid during the months ol and August from i".i"> a.m. to l no P.m. Monday through Friday Registration dally at office. I>allj neivli at 8 p.m., ? p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening aervl. al 6 30 II m ,*' '! ,h, y '"• %  '•', '!'K services al i antor Miit.m freedman ..f New Vork ' Shalos Seudos, Registration I..W. for Kin Hebrew and religious si hool* b' Aug. so, io a.m. to 12 II CONSERVATIVE Congregation Belh David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamche? ', '' ; n '-" U11 ''-nvn! that the s.u'o 1 ;;":. 1 ;';SS !??!" %  • 'i P "• !'!. w: r. coIle e in America, The standard cord of wood is a stack of four-foot logs, or split wood, piled four feet high and eight feet long. It occupies 128 cubic feet and contains 95 cubicfeet of solid wood. Sabbath'-ervlcS. at'Tso* a m" ReU nan,, r „•£ Rls %  •••" a m. Monday. Cuwg dally, Mondav thraush Thursday, 8 a.m to 12 noo* Mid-summer service Saturday nlint Ausjurt H at 7:30 p.m. Tlsha Sav ti*;. c ; ,";"',j", K ,h frucOM M • i.i.r \ v ager for jo an i keep nn pestering the man who has tl e job i" give, the chances are you will rum your prospi i ts The vi rj fact thai you are over-eager foi it seems to build up a resistance to yi u in the mind ol tl e employer. From omstandpoint, ; ou want a thing very muc should i ature conspire against you" Y< t there isomething beneficient in I principle, too. Nature seems to say to us: "You shall nol e a supplicant You musl not be ;i beggar. You are not to prostrate yourself before anyone, :"i love. for employmei :. foi anything. Arc you ;i worm thai you should crawl? You can get that which you want only by assuming i qua dignity >\it'". ihe object sought." Tl e same principle, I say. runs through everything, Tl e man who has money gets credit easily fron the I ank, although e needs the money less than tin poor man. Zionist philosophy, too, largely ignii i • tl is principle Why is the Jew rejected evcrywl i %  pl3 : the reason tl .it he ha %  o homi Once he has anothi i place to go to, their will %  less 1 ection of the Jew in ;,11 parti of the world. Before the rise of the many Catholic colleges in the country, I ave been told, there was \i great deal of discrimination against Catholics in our universities. Today, that has almost %  i. Catholics have built so many colleges of their own. t no universitj any longer thinks '•' discriminating againsl them. When you are m a position to ask no favors, you will he grantee a favors. That is the iron law of psychology, heartening one. The Hebrew University has already begun functiouirig as ,.n "oUtli t" for Americai Jewish students, to some extent, hut there is no reason why we -h iuld nol have other Jewish universities in America. (ince they are established, they will not only provide havens for Jewish students, but they will i egin to change the whole psychology al out the admission of Jewish students to other universities. When we don't need •hem so much, they will begin to welcome us. But there is another rtason, and to my mind, a very important one. why we should encourage Jewish colleges in America. I t! mk we should do it from the American standpoint. We Jews have a rich cultural heritage. The Puritans built many colleges on the heritage of the Ola Testament alone, but we Jews have more than the riches of the Old Testament. We have the Talmud, the Jewish medeival philosophers, the Kabalah, Hassidism. Wo have a rich store from which American life, as a wi:ole. not Jewish life alone, may he enriched. We have worked in the past on the foolish and un-American principle that the way of good Americanism was to negate everything Jewish in our life and adopt all things of our neighbors. That is not good Americanism. It is good Americanism to make a contribution to American life, to bring your wares in the American n arket, so that others as well as yourself riches. ""* sna 'e m ^ We need Jewish J America, no, alon^S, for non-Jews J Ski Americans whoa re ^ J also attend and Pa 'HS *dom of a people^ H covers tne entire nation. SPECIALTY BUILDERS RELIABLE TRUSTWORTHY Repaln Alterations Adfliii 0ns • LICENSED • INSURED PHONE 4-6206 2728 S.W. 28th Lcme T7*? T CheerfuU G r. n. A. Loans with M down payment MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS DRINK PLENTY OF C?Zripure Water DELIVERED Tu YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c IPIUJ Bottle Deposit i PHONE 2-4128 WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. 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UDAY. AUGUST^l^ JEWS IN SPORTS r> an *hal the former see some lively action with one 1 „H who wasn't given much league raicing from the other. fennen ;„ "ake the New York Jiants w York p rexy Maurice Podoloff has ad\ '' vised all members of the BAA to' Of e!ia Fernandez Concert Pianist To Headline Show Miss Ofelia Fernandez, concert II ance to XOt antS f ^SSS?in BSlSZ, Vis d a members f thC BAA t0 P ianist from Cuba, will appear as t! e n who has appeared S thev try to keep up with newer loop instead of working I wjth the Havana Philharmonic Jewish lad. What's more he it theni h .„. iowl what to do with the ball nce he snares the ( lassy runner • ^.^ clubs> Rochcster snatcher in camp despite group starts gobbling players Governali and Coner y tround to throw him the ball. Key should have himself many a field day this fall. • • • Sid Luckman will not have too (mU eh trouble working his way E, shape with the Chicago Rear* In practice games Sid work,in the quarterback slot for both teams on offense. It will take some time yet before Johnny Lujack replaces El Sid in he Bear T formation. The Brooklyn ll( l i S a signal caller genius who comes along once in a generation and Coach George Halas is reluctant to let him quit or get too f a: out of shape. • • Another Chicagoan, Marshall Biggv Goldberg of the Cardinals, is hesitating about hanging up the -spangles. He has been takled into participating in the All Star Game because of his savvy on defei se. The Cards need him in there against the strong offense h Frank Leahy of the Col1, ge eleven will throw at the National League Champs. After the same Biggy is supposed to V\ l l I lilt. JAUVl ...moniously to pro-1 orchestra, will headlire the variepigskin He mote beUer "nd crstandin S in P r0 j ty show planned by the two Bnai in the open, fessior.al basketball. Two Jewish B>rilh Lodges> for the purpose of -J r-n^nrlv nonlrillllirl i • I II i I : H(rh( SteT and .„ :„; — ,. hiaila tnf iV\,\ nf funds for nd i raising Minneapolis, have moved from I Israel. the National League to the BAA j Marshall Simmons, radio comwhere the cities are larger and' mentator, will be master of cerethe possibilities greater. arc infinitely Palestine League Claims News Of Bergson Concealed The Miami Chapter of the American League for a Free Palestine has issued a release quoting a joint statement made last Monday by Senator Gillette and the co-chairmen of the League — Louis Bromfield, Ben Hecht, Will Rogers, Jr., Congressman Andrew L Sommers, William B. Ziff and Harry Louis Selden. The release read as follows: "We have just received advice from Israel via Paris to the effect that the Provisional Government Of Israel has ordered a suppres' sion of all news concerning the retire for good but the odds are hunger strike of Peter Bergson. against it at this writing. j aC ob Meridor, Moshe Hasson, Eliahu Lankin and Amitzoor. No word has been received regarding these Hebrew patriots or the state of their health and our information further indicates that the Ben Ourion government is riding rough-shod over all legal and civil rights and disregarding the mos' elementary democratic procedures. The five Hebrew patriots have never been charged, have been denied habeas corpus and apoei, WKUUII, %  —-, a ii other common legal protecGlovinsky is going over the final tions, indicating that this is a details for the games. Chicago c i ear case of political vendetta, and Philadelphia will see the inThe Ben Gurion government is apparently ready to let these men i monies of the event which will also include popular ballads by tenor Wally Neisen and a rhumba contest for all members and guests. Music will be by Jack Stuart and his orchestra. Dr. Margaret Shohat, 22 year to raise funds with which to puriold Indian doctor and active mem,uarc aim ma UH.MCSU. i ,iu ...~.~.. Co-chairmen of the fund rais-1 bcr 0 f tne Indian Zionist Youth ing program arc Miss Elaine. js shown as she do Schwartz and Dr. Lester Gordon. .... th n ht They will be assisted by Misses I nates a pint of blood for the fight Arlinc Sisselman, Dorothy Michelson. Dolly Stillman, Marjorie Stern, Gloria .Farkas and Mark Brown. Tickets at $1.00 per person may be obtained from members of either B'nai B'rith group, or at the door. Chaim Glovinsky of Tel Aviv. president of the Israel Football Association, arrived in this counts last week to complete arrangements for the tour being arranged for Israel's soccer team wl ii h will make four appearances in this country starting September 6 in the Polo Grounds. Representing three of the leading athletic associations in Israel. Hapoel, Maccabi, and Betar. Meyers-Roller Nuptials Milton Meyers and Miss Minna Roller announce their forthcoming marriage on Sunday, August 29 at 2 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant, Miami Beach. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Girls Invited To Golf Tournament High school girls of Dade county are invitee! to participate in the Junior Girls Golf Tournament scheduled for September 1. 2 and 3 at the Granada Golf Course, Coral Gables. The contest, spor sored by the Miami Woman's Golf Association, is open to girls between the ages of 12 and 18. Golf equipment will be furnished if necessary. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Lloyd Soulier at 48-1676. ers and builders of Israel. A resident of Bombay, India, Dr. Shohat is taking a post graduate course in this country. Several members of her family are already in Israel. In cooperation with the American Red Mogan Dovid, the Masada chapters of the New York area recently sponsored a "Masada Blood Bank Day," at which time Dr. Shohat and representatives of forty Masada chapters in the metropolitan area of New York donated blood for use in Israel. chase tetnus toxoid and tetnus anti-toxin. Because of the heavy fighting that has been taking place in Israel in the past few months, both of these items have become very scarce and difficult to obtain in the Near East. Both Df these items are vitally needed for the prevention of lockjaw and gas gangrene in wounds. W. E. Garrison Named Campaign Manager Wesley E. Garrison, Republican State Committeeman, has been appointed campaign manager of the Dewey-Warren campaign for Dade County's Republican party. Mr. Garrison has filled this posiIn conjunction with national tion in previous presidential Masada's Red Mogan Dovid campaign, the-local Masada chapters in Miami and Miami Beach are planning an intensive campaign campaigns, in 1936 for Alf Landon; 1940 for Wendell Wilkie; and in'1944 for Dewey's first^ campaign against Roosevelt. vaders while New York gets them twice. The proceeds of the two New York games will be turned over the Junior Division of the United Jewish Appeal. starve to death rather than set a date for a trial or, if there is no evidence, release them." Steve Seymour made up for his poor showing in the Olympics in Paris this week when he took the javelin event with a toss that bettered the mark made by the Olympic winner. Seymour finished second in the London games when his right arm kicked up and restrained him from making anywhere near the distance he had thrown the spear in American eliminations. • Although it is a little warm yet the news from the pro basketball field is still hotter. After seemingly effecting a pace the N tional and BAA loops have derided not to get along, despite the strong effort made bv the hitter to accede to the National League's demands. Consequently a war looms between the loops concerning players and you may LONELY? Why not meet someone who wants to meet you? Enjoy life with a congenial companion thru our organization; one of the oldest and largest of its kind. Make appointment today. Learn our new plan CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St. Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10-8 P.M. HOW MANY MIAMIANS CALL YOU "BOSS"? mplete


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iHWAUUHP • i %  i • Memorial Services Will Be Held For Victims of Tragedy Memorial services for victims of the recent tragedy in which three n embers of a Miami family lost their lives will be held Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at Beth David Congregation when Rabbi Max Shapiro will lead the Habonim and Farb.ind in offerinn praycis for the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weinstein and their son Morton, of N.W. South River Drive, Her First Toothbrush: SOS Gift From America I. Wcnistem The Weinsteins, accompanied by Morton and another son Irving, together with a family friend Miss Estelle Grcenberi*. of Miami, were travelling north to attend the wedding of then oldest son David when their automobile was hit 11 ad on by %  large trailertruck, according to information given to the Jewish Floridian by close friends of the victims. It was also disclosed that when the Weinsteir.s saw the out-ofcontrol trailer bearing down upor them they pulled over to the side of the road. Irving, who was seated in the back with Miss Obit %  ""*!>* %  •• & %  Sheindl S.. 4, in a DP camp in Munich, learns how to brush her teeth with a brand new toothbrush, an SOS gift from Ameri ca. The SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection of the Joint Distribution Committee has shipped overseas thousands of new household and comfort items contributed by manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers. SOS supplies supplement the purchases of the JDC for its overseas relief and rehabilitat'on programs which are made possible by the United Jewish Appeal. FlagiVr-lprsimiila Teams Mtn-t T %  Flagler-Gran; la Ji nge in the time of the regular Sunday n i t to 10 a.m. at Kinlo< k Park. Members of the bowling team u ;ted to continui theii practices every Tuesday night at 8 B I Alleys, The top ten men in thi bowlii t are: Men Estelle Greenberg Greenberg, threw her to the floor with him, thus saving both their lives, although he is still hospitalized. Miss Greenberg escaped with less serious injuries. The accident occurred at one a.m. Saturday. Funeral services and interment took place in Baltimore. M. Shinberg L. Tenny J. Shackman H. Feldman B. Clein C. Sonne J. Cohen L. Wool E. Block G. Balber Te? m Average : 1 N 5 %  139.0 (i • 133.8 P • 129 l WAR DEAD ..... ,|,.i,i being returned from ,..,,.,. >u iiiiD week are S/Sgt. I.. i< %  > .. .vi,|,nan, KOII f Mrs. Claire Feld. n s W i lib St., Miami, and ,R,,„en, whoae next %  if kin l Hxted :IS Maurice Rouen, HI I'IIMKI Cl Coral G ables. SGT. HERBERT BROWN Service* for Sgl Herbert Brown, i>> •"• a ,. "'•" in July 17, 14.. were .,..i.i ThursiliO In lh(lordon Funeral .!,:,. ',,,,,.. i with Rabbi Max Shapiro li ., (tended Seward Park M „,klyn, N V and ,. f (ll ,r years. His famllj ,l,.(| in Miami since 1936. He years old o the lime "f his his n iri-ntn, Mr. and i .... r wn 946 S.W 4th SI : a K Hrown. Miami, and Mrti Xano HornlB, Mra. lid Miss 1 thy II of II miklyn i, i,. .. .inin, ti' % % %  Hrown ll„ jewl li U ai Veterans. MRS. ANNA HUREWITZ \ KI MI of IT-'I Rodman SI Hollyi i died in i local hospital %  i. ni ,.f the ..,, _',; v, ,ii > li i\ lug come Id -..n she isurvived i>> her i„|, Xai. thrci -"i: I 'i Arthur Vi mil I lead H i m w uid Herbert Hun wit*, Miami: \i Lillian S ,i in. sl.-oi.-.. %  ; / %  ii, Mrs. Barbara Green\l Sarah S'iienl in m, Minni : M nett> I'tley, Detroit; Mrs. Bather i l .. %  udi i dull Mrs. MilKates, I la\ anna, I 'uh i: and S'athan • ;i • • nbi rg of Miami h i; ,, ii I ii rg "f i letrolt, I Sen I •wen held .it Gordon's l-'un. i .1 Home Max Shapiro ofIturiul was at Mi Xebo i PVT. SEYMOUR GOLDSTEIN \ il.'i Sllel'id in .\ \.-.. Ml, |tea h IN HI 'i lii action of l.a.v te i iIn South I'adflc, Xov. 21, ni|i ||. was a holder of the Purple Ilearl • lid is sun Ivcd bj his parents i i ioldsl • %  in anil a nnd sister, Mrs Renn Mi sin: urn I'hlladelphia Graveside %  i were hi M by the Vinerl n IX-KIOII Guard %  •! II %  Tl at 11:30 a m ai Mt. Xebo \ i:,-.side Mi inorial chapi l MRS. JEAN SEITLIN \m lent ul \r.i ml since %  %  ilii I Momlaj al Kiversidi Hos%  i liens. Mrs Seltlln apparel shops in Me.\ nnd Kvei glades Hotels hum years ago, Shi Is sui vlved i Ku nuel nnd a da lighter ii. Services wen held VVedneailai .i• i iordon I'un, ral h< me. Mew Organization Launches Campari Announces Nor*' NEW YORK. ( JTA r**\ 000 drive to aid JewTjM* Moslem countries will he u"" 8 I next month by a i?> t.on. the Committee F nr r ga % gotten Million, it was^M here this week bv ^ > Norvick executive direcSV of the funds will beta 1 ? H religious and cular -d "^ end provide food ard c\^* I JawMh children n,? d 5^J Arab states. siding •n V Jewifh children in Trinoii, Syria Iran and Frenjftfc are living under the jc<*t<*d TEL AVIV. (JTA) — The Tel Aviv district court rejected this week the application for a writ of habeas corpus for which the Israeli lawyer Max Seligman had applied in behalf of his clients. Peter Bergson. Jacob Meridor and three other members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi. Their continued imprisonment was thus confirmed. Judge L. Kassan dissented from the opinion of the other two judges sitting in the case. The five detainees, who were arrested after an Irgun gun-runner at'^ %  mpted to land a cargo of arms off Tel Aviv during thefirst truce period, sent letters today to a number of prominent persons stating that they intended to go a hunger strike that would end only with death. Israel Applies For U.N. Membership (Continued from Page : the result would be an in*.. inate ar.d uncertain political atmosphere for another full year." The memorandum pointed nut that the government of Israi 1 i x ercises effective authority w I a defined area and thus fulfills the generally accepted definit of statehood. It noted also that Israel is independent of any other government and has no military commitments to any other t | "which derogate from its full independence." Describing the organization of the government. Mr. Eban noted that "The internal authi i I fully accepted by the populat i The government represents a coalition and i? responsible to i State Council of 37 mi ri presenting pro rata all tin ganized political parties within the state." \zi Criminal.** Ili k En I'olaml WARSAW JTA 1 ee Nazi iding Dr. Josve as Si etj [ Stal the Nazi • N tionplani • i: an 2.000.ted tl • I: to Bui hie r. Albeit %  and Alfred Ki| Gesti| ere cspi the K : • %  lowing t • • • %  %  JACOB \i -h'-.m \\. Miami Hi • %  • U ||,, is 11) his u ife, I 'i rtha: son, Max \. JToi k. ami daughter, MrHull TM Vllam I., i i ue Khl| ; %  • il In Ni Voi k \>\ li< KIM I.Men JOSEPH J. REGAL %  %  > r..urn.iii, i;.i Xe Voi k in hla • i 'lm i • • l M Miami lleaeh. ilvrtl hy his re, I u-hoi ah %  •re, Mil hai ;. 11 ii ill, hviiiK, Sidnuel -i. :. I>iirotln Scrviccn i:n. II ill Mi nu.rial Kosher Meat — Poultry Market Grossing about S100.000 annually. Busy grocery and vegetable concessions rented out. Splendid S.W. Section. Good Lease. Excellent chance for the right parly. M. L. FENSIN. REALTY 1657 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1166 — 5-65^8 School Hays Soon llegin — and that calls for jrocks for college wear. For sport!, daytime and party u-ear. Ethel 'ins a host o) suggestions. Wliy not see the new display. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. VANA. 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)AY. AUGUST 27, 1948 +Jewist ikridliiciiti PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE Having withdrawn from said con> i n 1 am no longer liable for pur%  ii.isi-s or orders given by DADE HOME REMODELER8, 1067 N.W. T'.'th Street, Miami, Florida. Its present owners, agents or employees HARRY BKRKK former owner* 8/20-27 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX THE COUNTY JCI>OE"S COCRT IN' AND Fr)R HADE COVSTY, FLORIDA.—No. 1S92. IN RE: E8TATE OF E.MAN CEI. FROHMAN, I leceased, NOTICE is hereby given that ) have riled my final report and petlton for Final Discharge as Executrix of the Estate of Emanuel Frohman, Deceased; anil that on the Tth day of September, U'4S. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County .Judge of Hide County. Florida, for approval Of said final report anil for final discharge aa Executrix of the K-t it.of Emanuel Frohman. Deceased. This 2nd day of August. 1948. MRS. REBECCA FROHMAN, Executrix Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Executrix a 6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE An Army chapel at Fort Sheridan, 111., was the %  ne of this religious service for Jewish soldier? line 109th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade, IlliNational Guard, during maneuver exercises in Snois and Wisconsin, under the command of 3 Gen. Julius Klein. Gen. Klein, who was on military leave from his post of National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, is shown (front row, left) leading officers and men of the Brigade in religious observances. Ir. Magnes Outlines flan For Israeliirab Confederation \rv.W YORK, (JTA)—A pro|sul to set up a Palestine ConJeration—consisting of an IsU and an Arab state—wasj -acii' here this week in a statelent issued by Dr. Judah L. launcs, president of the Ihud AsEiation. The Ihud leader, who now in the United States, rea.-id the text of a 10-point proJam outlining the establishment the Ihud-advoeated Palestine pnfederation. The program calLs r: 11. Establishment of a Cor.fedJation by agreement between Isand the new Arab state of ratine, possibly including tansjordan, with Jerusalem as Jpital of this Confederation. A jrdinated foreign policy and ensures' of common defense to developed by the Confederain. |2. Boundaries of the two states be determined by negotiation |tween Israelis and Arabs, lor than imposed by an outie body. Economic Union of the two ites as decreed by the U.N., to in.plemcnted immediately. |4. A Supreme Court of the Drift-deration which would dele the sovereign rights to be served to the respective states, decide questions in dispute between them, and safeguard religious, minority and civil sights in both states. 5. Immigration and land ownership to be left to the authorities of the respective states for the next'twc years; thereafter, these questions to he determined by the Confederation, or, in cr.se of irreconcilable conflict, by the U.N. 6. Jerusalem in addition to being the capital of the Confederation, to be a demilitarized, internationalized zone. 7. Some form of international guarantee must be given to each state against attack from any neighboring country. 8. Restoration by each party of territory it has conquered outside the boundaries fixed by the U.N., with modifications permitted if agreed to by both sides. 9. Appointment* by the U.N. of a special commissioner with authority to re-establish economic life and central services. Thi; commissioner, working from Jerusalem, should remain until a joint economic council has been established by the two states. 10. Safeguarding of essential supplies for Jerusalem with the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv-Jaffa Highway temporarily placed under U.N. protection. All efforts should be made to preserve the character of the city as a spiritual center cf world-vide importance, Iwith special provision for repair to the dairage caused by fighting in the Old City. WHAT VALUE CD YOU PUT ON YOUR U. S. CITIZENSHIP 9 Millions of foreigners would give everything they own to come to America and begin again. But U. S. citizenship cannot be purchased, for its great value lies In the personal satisfaction, freedoms and privileges too numerous to list here. As an American, you know them well. You may even take them for granted. CAREERS WITH A FUTURE U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force But these privileges and freedoms are in danger. Alert, strong, purposeful. fighting men can help to hold off this danger while world understanding is built up. Enemies know, as we know, that a strong America will be a peaceful America because no one will dare to start trouble against us. See If you measure up to Army or Air Force standards by visiting your nearest Recruiting Station. U. S. ABMY AMD U. S. AW FOACI RECRUITING SERVICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PARR IIt V CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY ;it 1329 North Bays! • D Ive, Miami, Florida, Intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. HENRY KAPLAN MILLER & PODELL, Attorneys 2:i". Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flu. 8 27 9 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WEINKLES LIUCOK STORES at 1"S Ponce iic Leon Boulevard, Coral Cables, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I "ail.County, Florida. LEO A. < ilAIKIN AARI >\ WEINKLE CARL WEINKLE Applicant s MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants v :'7 :• 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .-'"I TH SEAS HOTEL at 1751 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, CEoRCK Col.DF.ERii SYLVIA GOLDBERG Applicant %  MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants v .'7 9 3-10-17-24 i lei K, i ircuit i our (Circuit Court Seal) p.. WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MARK iN" BROI IKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff. •• 27 :' ::-H>-lT 25 X. K. THIRD STREET, MIAMI NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ''lid TIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, HHIi.il -C. FRANCES GLICKER, Plaintiff, vs. HERMAN GLICKER, Defendant. TO: HERMAN GLICKER 11203 i 'iicny Avenue Flushing I-ong Island, Now York Y"I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styledy cause mi or before September .::. 1948. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let mis order ipublished once a .ek for four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper 1 published In Dade County, Florida. Pated this 24th day of August, 1948. E. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law i"?.: Heybold liuililing Miami. Florida v 2i u 3ln-17 ,Hl 1 9* OGUST BROS ftyc r Is the BEST.' Sri ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. U8901. VELMOND BOURQUE, Plaintiff, vs. MINNIE BOUROUE. Defendant. TO: MRS. MINNIE BOURQUE 52 I-ALMOUTH STREET RUMFORD, MAINE YOU ARE HEREBY required to lie an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before September H". 1948; otherwise* Decree pro confesso will be <*ntered n-27 9':t-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIKC11T COURT UK TIIK nth JUDICIAL ciiicriT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 118807. MORRIS BENDER, Plaintiff, vs. AMY BENDER, Defendant, THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: Mrs. Amy Mender 1668 Pophani Avenue Bronx, New York MRS, AMY BENDER 188 Circle Drive Rosslyn Heights, Long Island. New York. You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the mil of Complain! for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the n day of September, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken aa confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a we.k for four consecutive weeks in the. JEWISH FLORID1AN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circlt Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. HARRY DIETZ Solicitor for Plaintiff 170J Congress Building Miami 82, Florida 8/13-20-27 9/3 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT coCRT (>F TIIK 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 118867, FLORENCE B. DRUBS, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM DRUBS. Helen,lant. TO: WILLIAM DRUSS in E. I9th Street lirooklvn. New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that J suit for divorce has been Instituted against yon, and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before September C, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said bill will he taken IS confessed by you. Dated this tth day of August. 1948. E. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 111! Congress Building Miami, Florida 8 6-13-20-27 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TDK CIRCl'll CRT OF THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118686. STANLEY LKIROWITZ, riaintlff, vs. ANN BISHOP LKIROWITZ. Defendant. To: Ann Bishop Leibowltl Route 2, Box 217 Ventura, California You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 81st day of August. 1!Is. otherwise, A Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Hated this 29th day of July. 1H48. i: B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court. "Circuit Court Seal) By It. H. RICK, JR.. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff 92! Lincoln Road Ml imi Beach, Florida v 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Miami Garden Center at 11608 N.E. 2nd Ave Miami, Fiorina, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ANTHONY VIRGA NANCY VI RCA Silver, Kaplan, Diets .* Lasky Attorneys for applicants ^ 20-27 '.' 8-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Waldner Hag Co. (Not Inc.J at 127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LEAH WAI.DNKR Sole owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant S 20-27 9/3-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under .the fictitious name of Miami Venetian Blind Mfg. Company and Durable Venetian Blind Mfg. Company at 2061-54 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A ETTINGBR Ownei* S/13-20-27 9/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF TIIK 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No, 118924 JOSEPH ANTHoNY KLOSENSKI, Plaintiff, VS. ANNA ELIZABETH Kla iSENSKI, I "efendnnt. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ANNA ELIZABETH KLOSENSKI, 171 I.oekw 1 Avenue. Stamford, Connecticut You are hereby notified and ordered to appear t*. the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the IT day of September, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will I..taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a Week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, B newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED this 17 day of August. 1948 E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. E. HODGES, Deputy Clerk. SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ A LASKY Solicitors for Plaintiff 1708 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 8 2"-i'7 9 8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITTOUS" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of .: ami Vogue Mfg. Co at 883 N.W. 22nd Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk Of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, LoCIS ZAKARIN 8/6-18-20-27 9/3 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT CoCRT OF THE 11 'III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \NI> FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 118780 BELLE BANNER, Plaintiff, vs. JACK BANNER, Defendant. To: JACK BANNER is:, Bast 2nd street New York, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to tinBill of Complaint filed ill tin above styled cause, on or before September %  •, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a Week for four successive Weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade Countv, Florida. Dated this In day of August, 1948. K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal* By M C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1028 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 8 '13-20-27 9 3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious n ime of GOLDIN'S APOTHECARY at 1633 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. WILLIAM GOLDIN JEROME GOLDIN Applicants MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/18-20-27 9/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCCIT COCRT OF TIIK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLl*.tlDA. IN AND I'oll DADK col'NTY. — N CHANCERY, No. 118966 JEAN LAMPART. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN LAM PART, Defendant. Yill', JOHN LAMPART, 2", ELTON STREET, BROOKLYN 8, NEW YORK, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before September 20, 1948, or a Decree Pro Confesso will he entered against you. DATED: August m, if. is. E. B. LKATIIKRMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal" By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff Suite 918 Seybold Building Mlnml, Florida '8/20-27 9/3-10-17 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl



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UY, AUGUST 27, 1948 w State Spurs American Chalutzim -Jenlsti fktldfan PAGE FIFTEEN CIABRIEL NEUMANN I is the reaction of Ameri',, VI y to the rebirth of Isfcumber of obvious re.-pr „es l cited immediately; ent s tic moral and financial jrt on the part of the vast ,. accompanied by wide,d mobilization of manpower, lU from blood donors to rs. the other side of the ledger I anic stricken die-hards of American Council for Judar,.!. it with feverish haste •two blood donors to i r ism." •\c haven't fully answered ie stion till we list the less i .actions that indicate a ange in the way Jews a nd act. In our search for n i of this type it is natural n first to the youth which nature, always been the which is pledged entirely to Chaluziut, tries to solve the Dilemma by establishing educational seminars at its training forms, Where unaffilated individuals are introduced to the ideology of the organization. This ideology views Zionism as the best means of freeing the Jewish people from oppression, and combines it with an explicity Socialist interpretation of the causes of that oppression. Zionism is, thereby, closely linked with the struggle for Socialism throughout the world. Hashomer Hadati is another exclusively chalutz organization. It is ortiodox in character, combining the ideal of self-labor (common to all chalutz groups* with that of biblical tradition. Its motto, "Torah Veavodah" (Torah and Work), expresses its corcept of the broad fulfillment of Jewish pable of rapid and basic'tradition. A younger organization than Harhomer Hatzair, it has also grown rapidly during the last few months. The chalutz arms of the other Zionist youth groups have also the present trend continues it is Wan^n P.CH1S AllFlorida IllClUgUrCll hard to tell how far it will go. "Will Chalutziut in America ever become a mass movement?" the leaders of the groups were asked. The answers were all verv similar: "The new state will grow at a rate never before contemplated, and will draw chalntzim from America on a scale never before witnessed; but Chalutziut can never really become a mass movement because it involves too large a step from established ways of life for most indiv'duals to take readily Mass immigration to Israel from the United States may come some day if anti-Semitism gains the upper hand—but that would not be Chalutziut ." bish youth has, in the past. fc d to Zionism in a variety of The most personal identiloii with the cause has come • 'chalutzim" (pioneers) 'expanded a great deal within a vr ing men and women who similar period of time. These inled to cast their lot with the elude Plugat Aliyah, an affiliate Palestine, by settling ] of th e General Zionist movement. working towards '.he and Habor.im. the youth moveI interests of the comment of the Labor Zionist Organization, which has added 150 of the Zionist youth | new members to its chalutz arm in America have Chalut-[since the proclamation as com,ii entire program. The pared to about 70 for the entire merely include it as an ( p receding year. Habonim dert, t phase of their activiscribes itself as "laborite and libmi even these usually eontheir chalutz elements as the jards of their movements. if we're looking for per\w\ results in America of reevents in fcrael. the response lalutziut since May 14 might | us an important clue. m are a few facts gathered brief survey conducted this among American Zionist groups. Sisterhood Meeting Plans Games Party At a board meeting of the sisterhood of Beth Jacob this week final plans were completed on the fund raising and map projects for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. M. B. Frank was named chairman of the building fund. Mrs. Ben Kalish will take charge of the benefit games party, scheduled Aug. 30, in the Marseilles hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Kitty Kay, Mrs. Phillip Poris, Mrs. Dave Whitman and Mrs. Max Thurston will assist her. era! in our approach to labor'' and believes in the formation of the Jewish State as a "Jewish cooperative commonwealth." Haoleh is the chalutz arm of the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed eration of America It is bareb. two years obi being the young est of American chalutz organizations. It is a novel experiment in non-partisan chalutzuit. While accepting certain basic premises pokesman for "Hechalutz." common to all chalutz groups, it Icmtral pioneer agency for leaves to the individual units of of the organizations, re! future settlers the choice of ideo Id that, beginning with the logical approach—which may difproclamation, a constant fer in each instance. Haoleh has n of people had been con] grown by approximately 400^ : %  his office and stating their during the past year, to become chalutzim." The It should be noted that despite bsharah" (training) now their growth, the :.-halutz movea problem that never exist, menta st.-ll represent only a very fcfore—a shortage not of ap-' small segment of American Jewit as in the past, but of sh or Zionist youth. Their memlinu facilities to meet the bership ranges from 100 to about |1>increased demand. 13.000, roughly in proportion to imer Hatzair, a group their age. On the other hand, i f %  Network oj Muraclu Day Nurseries Frees Israeli Mothers for War Work A. F. Rich In preparation for what is expected to be the largest and most colorful inauguration in Florida's gubernatorial history. Democraticnominee Fuller Warren has designated A. F. (Pete) Rich, as chairman, and Mrs. B. K. (Mary) Roberts as vice chairman of what Warren has described as "the allFlorida inaugural committee." Both are long-time residents of Tallahassee. Governor -"nominee Warren said such statewide inMrs. B. K. Roberts terest had developed in the inauguration next January 4 that it was necessary to plan a committee to which additional persons will be added shortly. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phono 2-7439 dMllii'W" I r** -> Hi H rrr % Children at the Paxdess Channa Day Nursery receive loving while their mothers work in factories and "groves to further Israeli war effort. The Pardess Channa nursery is one of a -ber of similar institutions established jointly by the Miirachi nen's Organization of America and tho Moatsot Hapoalot of eel Ha-Miirachi during World War II to free mothers for war k Today the nursery is one of 47 projects sponsored by the rachi Women's Organisation towards the upbuilding of Israel he spirit of Torah. BEFORE YOU CAN TURN AROUND You'll be saying HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Attend to it now Join your friends in The Personal Greeting Section of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN No Cards No Addressing No Mailing Just fill out and send the coupon EVERYONE READS THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN'S NEW YEAR'S GREETING SECTION! OR CALL US AT 2-8212 WE'LL BE GLAD TO TAKE YOUR GREETING OVER THE PHONE!



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• i i PAGE SIXTEEN *.lewlst)fhrMb*J_ Louisiana Passes Act To Lift Arms Embargo Of Israel Louisiana became the first state in the United States to memorialize the President, Harry S. Truman, by legislative action to lilt the Arms Embargo against the New Republic of Israel when it passed a resolution during the recent session of the legislature which not only askftl for this action but also called for the endorsement of its frontiers as delineated by the United Nations. This resolution not only recognized the new Republic of Israel as voted by the United Nations on November 29, 1947, but also specifically stated that it "should have the right to purchase arms for its own defense, especially since this is specifically recommended in the partition plan, and the enemies of Israel, the Arab aggressor states, are obtaining a plentitude of arms from other sources." The resoluted stated further, "For, it is the right of all nations with whom the United States is at peace to purchasearms in their own defense." In its reference to theboundaries of Israel, the resolution staled, that "we endorse the boundaries of Israel as outlined by the United Nations decision of November 29, 1947, so that there will be no cramping of territory which would still further work handship on the resettlement of the Jewish displaced persons, which is one of the reasons for the existence of the State of Israel itself." Both the leaders of the Baton Rouge and New Orleans Zionist Districts were, to a great extent, responsible for the adoption of this resolution by the State of Louisiana. These districts carried out the instructions of the recent Louisiana State Zionist Conference held in New Orleans calling for the Louisiana State Legislature to further a resolution as adopted. The close cooperation between tile Southwest and Southeast Zionist Regions have hem a great factor in a very successful PublicRelations program worked out at the Louisiana State Zionist Conference which culminated in the Israel support resolution which was adopted by the State of Louisiana. Isadore Seelig, NewOrleans Public Relations ch'airman, has been in charge of the work in the Southeastern Region. AJ Congress Aids Victims Of Lebanese Piracy FRIDAY ; _A UGTJ S T ?7 Four A-20 Bombers Seized By Officials Four A-20 bombers nr.j to be destined for the |y Israel were seized WpHnf^ federal autho, ,,,„, ,*H ard County airport in F„ n erdale. Camouflaged f or use, the planes were Ifa* longing to -I., onard Bunu'l forr.ia. Accord,ng to Suoen Customs Agent Chester A fit the ships are owned by "thfl crowd" that sent three R ll Palestine last June Federal officials attribut. lack of an export license asl for the action. SOLAR WATER SERvJ REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 B O O S T E DON S. COLEMANI Shown aboard the U.S. passenger ship Marine Carp as -lie docked in New York recently are some of the .men (mostly Americans and a few Palestinians) who were taken off tie vessel en route to Israel and jailed in Beirut. Secretary of State Marshall has advised ( | man Arthur Klein of New York that charges against U.S. Consular officials •' linnler invest|atior.The American Jewish Cong provided legal aid fo. the Amen, as involved and is demanding State Departmenl action to obtain indemnities for the men from the Lebanese gov. n im nt. $500,000 Campaign To £egin In Cuba HAVANA, Cuba. (JTA)—A decision to launch a $500,000 campaign for various Jewish needs in this country and abroad was adopted here this week by the Central Committee of Jewish Institutions. Eighty percent of the funds raised will be allocated to Israel, while half of the remaining $100.000 will be used to aid Jew is! refugees in Cuba. The balance will be divided among various other organizations, including tin HIAS, CRT and the World Jew ish Congress. This is the largest campaign ever launched among Jews in Cuba. The biggest sum ever raised for Jewish purposes in this coun try was $80,000. In deciding t<> launch a $500,000 campaign, Jewish leaders here also agreed to apply "sanctions" of a social nature against those Jews who may refuse to make increased contributions. Egypt! MBJC To Begin School Registration The Miami Beach Jewish Center Hebrew and Sunday Schools will begin registration on Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will continue throughout the week. Parents are asked to accompany children when registering. Hebrew School sessions will commence Tuesday, September 7 at 3:30 p.m. with Sunday School scheduled to begin on Sunday, September 12 at 10 a.m. Bus service to both schools will be inaugurated this season. The buses will originate at 41st St. but will go further north if necessary. Miss Rosner To Marry The September 12 wedding of their daughter, Ruth, has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner of Miami Beach and Atlantic City. Miss Rosner will wed Jack Wolfe at the Oster.d Hotel. Atlantic City. The Rosners operate the Victor Hotel on Miami Beach. Bernadotte To Ask For Recognition STOCKHOLM. (JTA)—U.N. Palestine mediator Count Folke Bernadotte intends to ask the U.N. General Assembly, which opens next month in Paris, that it officially recognize the existence of Israel as an independent stale, it was learned this week from sources close to the mediator who is now attending an International Red Cross parley here. LOS ANGELES. (JTA) — Perez Hirschbein. noted Yiddish playwright and poet, died here this week at the age of 68. after an illness of several years. Funeral services were held here. A native of Byelorussia. Hirschbein came to this country in 1911 and wrote prolific-ally for the New York Yiddish stage and the Yiddish newspapers. In addition to his plays and poems, he was also known for his children's stories and travel books. His works were translated into Hebrew. Russian and German. "The Idle Inn," one of his plays, was produced in New York on Broad way. Israel Protests ian Seizure Of Clothing Cargo TEL AVIV. (JTA) The Israeli government this week protested to U.N. liaison officer John Reedman over the Egyptian government's confiscation of 14(1 casi i clothing ami shoes contributed by the South African Jewish comn unity to the Joint Distribution Committee for new immigrants tt Israel. The shipment was seized pom the vessel Clipfontcin which. was passing through the Suez Canal. A government spokesman revealed that the Arab community in Israel is receiving the same food rations as Israelis. He noted that the Arabs are being given more flour than the Jews since the\ consume more bread. In Nazareth, the spokesman disclosed, die resumption of industrial activity ha.already begun under tic direction of the Israeli military governor and 100 Arabs employed by the Israeli department of public works in that town. Half of the supply of water left for the Nazareth population by the British was used up when the Israelis took over the town and the supply had become dangerously low. The Jewish military governor arranged for bringing in water through an Israeli water company and the population's supply is now sufficient, Tl i spokesman also announced that the Israeli government is planning to take a census of Jaffa. Rankin Re-elected Representative John E. Rankin, known for his anti-Semitic diatribes was re-elected to the House of Representatives last Tuesday with an overwhelming majority. Rankin will serve his 15th term as representative from Mississippi. i. F. My PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bide Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 27, 1948

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 27, 1948

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Began in 1927?
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-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
EjME 21-NUMBER 34
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
rael Boundaries Must Be Revised Shertok
rael takes First
'lep To Apply For
r.N. Membership
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA>The first step towards applying for
aission to United Nations membership was taken here this
[ek by the Israeli government in addressing an eight-page
Imoiandum to each member of the Security Council, em-
isizing that the admission of Israel into the family of nations
-------------------------------would enhance the prospects for
JERUSALEM. (JTA)The boundaries between Israel and the Arab state in Palestine as de-
cided upon by the United Nations under the partit on plan must now be reconsidered since the
Arab-Jewish war has brought tremendous changes, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok told
the Zionist Actions Committee here this week.
? The same is true with regard to Jerusalem, he declared. "The
Jews," he pointed out, "have agreed to put Jerusalem under inter-
Irael To Build
10 Mile Highway
SL AVIV, (JTA)An auto
ray from Metula, northern-
5t point of Palestine, running
[the way to the Gulf of Aqaba,
[istanco of more than 250 miles,
[being planned by the Israeli
irernmont, Mordecai Bentov.
lister of Labor, stated this
5k.
second plan on which Is-
li engineers are working is the
truction of an underground
Iway extending from Tel Aviv
IHaifa, a distance of about 50
stability and peace in the Near
East.
British delegate Sir Alexander
Cadogan told newsmen that the
British government is opposed to
the admission* of Israel to the
United Nations as long as the
situation in Palestine remains un-
changed. Britain's final attitude
towards the question of the Jew-
ish state's membership applica-
tion, he added, will be deter-
mined by future attempts to settle
the Palestine conflict.
The formal application for ad-
mission to U.N. membership will
be made by the Israeli govern-
ment at the forthcoming meeting
of the United Nations General As-
sembly in Paris next month. In
the memorandum addressed to
the members of the Security
Israeli Troops
Repel Advances
Israeli troops manning the sub-
urb North Talpioth drove the
Egyptians back with vigorous fire
as fighting flared again Wednes-
day in and around Jerusalem. An
Israeli army bulletin said Egyp-
tian troops, established in new
commanding positions near the
demilitarized Red Cross area,
tried to advance across no man's
land toward a Jewish suburb.
The Jerusalem truce also was
shattered during the night and
early morning hours. Three south-
ern suburbs, Mekor Haim, Ramat
Rehl and South Talpioth. came
under heavy shellfire from the di-
rection of Beit Safafa village and
Mar Elias monastery hill.
The commander of Arab legion
national rule in order to save the city for the Christian world. How-
ever, since the Christian world did nothing to save it, and since
any internationalization of the city would now practically mean
Zionist Actions
Committee To Map
Future Movements
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Despite the
tense situation in Jerusalem, the
Zionist Actions Committee opened
its sessions there this week to de-
cide on the future of the world
Zionist movement and to define
the relationships between that
movement and the state of Israel.
The meeting, which is being at-
forces in Jerusalem has notified tended by more than 150 dele-
the United Nations his army will
53, the cabinet member said,
will reduce traveling time Council, Aubrey S. Eban, Israel;
Aecn the two cities from two
to 45 minutes. He also said
extensive Jewish coloniza-
was expected along both Pai-
ne routes.
lentov stated that his ministry
KCted a total of 3.000.000 Jew-
immigrants within ten-years
that all future settlement
jerts would be based on that
lire. He asserted that at least
^000 Jews must be expected
iin two years and that they
aid need 80,000 dwellings, cost-
Ian estimated $200,000,000. This
truction program- would give
loyment to 20,000 workers.
ion i si Leader
wn At 71 Years
JEW YORK. (JTA)Funeral
flees were held here this week
Jacob Lsh-Kishor. veteran
ist leader, who died at his
8 at the age of 71. At the
of his death, Mr. Ish-Kishor
vice president of the Eastern
Insurance Company and sec-
of the American Red
Dovid.
rn in Russia, Ish-Kishor fled
pogroms that gripped that
Wry in the early 1890's and
his way to England where
|fce-came a co-founder of the
'pvei Zion (Lovers of Zion)
foment. During his early years
Ithe United States, he sup-
M himself by teaching He-
RV- Later, he became one of
founders of the Order B'nni
He served as a delegate to
American Jewish Conference
as a member of the execu-
I committee of the Zionist Or-
pation of America.
representative, pointed out that
"Israel qualifies for membership
under Article Four of the U.N.
Charter, since it is a statepeace-
loving and ready to accept and
abide by the obligations of the
Charter."
"While eligibility under Arti-
cle Four constitutes sufficient
grounds for admission," Eban
wrote, 'Ut is relevant to point
out that the Palestine situation
requires swift stabilization. It is
clearly an essential condition of
a peaceful adjustment that the
Arab states should be induced to
acquiesce in the existence of Is-
rael and abandon all tempts to
eliminate it by force," he said.
"Everything which make's the
existence of Israel a permanent
and irrevocable fact in Arab eyes
is a contribution to peace and a
deterrent to resumed hostilities.
If the international community
is to reconcile the Arab world
to peaceful relations with Israel,
it si.ould itself acknowledge what
it wishes the Arab world to
recognize," the memorandum
pointed out.
Prospects for mediation would
rot be disturbed by Israel's ad-
mission to the U.N. since the
mediator's mission itself recogn-
izes the government of Israel, and
is in constant and explicit touch
with it, Eban emphasized. He re-
called that the partition plan of
the General Assembly envisaged
membership for either state to be
estatlished in Palestine. "Under
the plan, admission of one state
was made independent of the
other and therefore Israel's mem
bership need not be delayed de-
not brook further alleged viola-
tions of the truce by the Jews.
At Lake Success, Gen. Aage
Lunddstroem, chief of staff to
County Folke Bernadotte, UN
Palestine mediator, on Wednes-
day formally accused the Israeli
government of violating the
truce.
Zionist Parley
Demands Jewish
Right To Settle
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The World
Confederation of General Zion-
ists concluded its session here
this week, adopting a platform
which emphasizes that every Jew
must have the right to come t'>
Israel to settle and to work there.
A resolution regretting the ab-
sence fr-im the conference of the
General Zionist group, which is
led by Israeli Minister of Interior
Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, was also
adopted.
The platform adopted by the
Confederation also emphasize*
that the General Zionists will
fight against the present system
of allocating Israeli immigration
certificates along party lines. It
urges that aid to new immigrants
bo given by the state of Israel as
a whole and not on the basis
of political groupings. The dele-
gates elected a world executive
of 43 members and a council of
78.
Bratislava Has
Anti-Jewish Riot
gates from all parts of the world,
will remain in the Holy City for
three days and will then transfer
to Tel Aviv. The committee ex-
pects to be in session for abou'
10 days.
The American delegation,
which has been insisting that
members of the Israeli Cabinet
resign from the Jewish Agency
executive, met here and decided
to press their demand at the meet-
ing of the actions committee, su-
preme ruling body of the world
Zionist movement between con-
gi esses.
Drs. Abba Hillel Silver and
Emanuel Neumann indicated at
the meeting that they will resign
from the American section of the
Jewish Agency executive if their
request is not complied with. On
the other hand, members of the
fsraeli Cabinet, including Premier
David Ben Gurion, have been ask
ii g that the agency liquidate its
offices in New York and London
and retain only its Jerusalem
headquarters. The American dele-
gation insists that the agency of-
fice in London remain intact in
order to direct the work of im-
migration while the New York
headquarters be made responsible
for financial matters relating to
Israel.
It is generally expected that
most committee members will
back the Americans when the is-
sue is taken to a vote. Meanwhile,
many of the American delegates
have been meeting with Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan concern-
ing the mobilization of funds in
the United States for Israel.
city would now practically
Ohanding over the holiest, Jewish
city into Arab hands, we will
definitely and vigorously oppose
any arrangement which will lead
to the Arab'zation of Jerusalem."
Outlining the Israeli policy with
regard to the Arab refugees, Sher-
tok told the actions committee
that the war brought about a
great change in the demographic
constitution of Palestine. This
change he emphasized, suggests a
separation of Jews and Arabs
which might actually pave the
way towards final and lasting
understanding and cooperation
between the two peoples and will
avoid further disturbances as well
as any threat to the Jewish state.
With regard to Israel's foreign
policy, the Foreign Minister of
the Jewish state said that the
Israeli government must choose
"a middle way" and must turn
^cither to the right nor to the
loft in order to maintain the most
friendly relations with all states..
including the Arab states.
New relationships must also be-
-reatcd between the world Zion-
ist movement and the state of
Israel, he declared. He expressed
thanks to American Zionist lead-
ers, especially to Dr. Abba Hillel'
Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann
and Chaim Greenberg. for the
great aid they gave to the struggle
which resulted in the establish-
ment of the Jewish state.
Premier David Ben Gurion. ad-
dressing the actions committee,
warned the Zionist leaders against
"false illusions." despite the Is-
raeli military victories and Jew-
ish superiority in the Arab-Jew-
ish war. "Only by mobilizing all
our forces and by making the ut-
most financial and economic sac-
rifices can we withstand the as-
sault of the six Arab states which,
in the meantime, learned a lesson
from their failures and are pre-
paring for a final attack," he
cautioned.
Pointing out that the Arab-Jew-
ish war has not yet ended the
Israeli premier said: "All vic-
tories will be useless unless the-
final victory is won. That victory
is not yet in our hands. It will'
not be easy to win it unless we
vave the maximum support of
all the Jewish people."
arrested.
The violencewhich grew out
of a dispute between a Jewish
and a non-Jewish womanwound
up with cn'i-Semitic mobs at-
tempting to loot Jewish owned
shops The situation is now re-
spito'the'fact thatTheUArabUstate|Prted tobe ,in hand' *"*%?
PRAGUE, (JTA)The chief of
police in Bratislava has been re-
placed this week as a result of
arti-Jewish rioting which broke
out in the capital of Slovakia TRL Av,y (JTA)_Several
last week. Forty-one rioters were hundred porsons in this (.itv werc
Israeli Troops
Detain Hundreds
in Palestine and the economic
union of these two states have
not materialized," he added.
"The United Nations cannot
with logic or reason refuse to
acknowledge a state to whose
birth it gave the sanction and
incentive of its own prior recom-
mendation," the Israeli memoran-
Michae! c'um declared. "If the U.N. fails
Ion, presented his credentials ; to act on Israel's application dur-
Tremier David Ben Gurion this mg its Paris meeting this fall.
(Continued on Page 12)
(viet Union Envoy
ets Ben Gurion
EL AVIV. (JTA)Pavel Yer-
'. the Soviet Union's envoy to
Provisional Government of
1. accompanied by six mem-
of his legation and Israeli
of Protocol Dr.
police officials refused to dis-
cuss the outbreaks, stating only
that an official report had been
sent to the proper authorities.
detained this week by Israeli au-
thorities following the carrying
out of a surprise "Operation Con-
solidation" designed to ferret out
any draft dodgers among Israel's
population An official announce-
ment said that the identity papers
of those detained will be scrut-
inized.
News of the raid against "shirk-
ers" was first made known to a
qroup of editors at a special con-
ference called by Col. Michael
Bengal, Tel Aviv brigade com-
Sculptor's Work Shown
NEW YORK, (JTA) Bernard mander. He revealed that all of
Reder, noted Jewish sculptor
whose works have been shown in
art galleries throughout Europe,
is currently showing his most re-
cent works at the Museum of
Modern Art here.
the city v/as surrounded by Is-
raeli troops and the search con-
tinued on a house-to-house basis.
Similar investigations will be
carried out in other par4? of the
. country later, he said.
Greek Minister
Issues Orders
To Halt Arrests
ATHENS. (JTA)Tn an attempt
to protect law-abiding Greek
Jews from being arrested for serv-
ing with the ELAS during the
Nazi occupation of Greece. Public
Security Minister Constantine
Rendis this week issued an order
to police authorities clarifying the
oosition of these Jews, many of
whom have already been seized
and deported to the Aegean Is-
lands.
The order emphasizes that Jews
need not be classified as Com-
munists for serving with the
FLAS they were compelled to
flee to the Communist-^eld hills
in order to escape Nazi persecu-
tion or deportation to the death
camps. Jewish leaders, in hailine
the minister's order, expressed
the hope that this move bv the
government will put an end to
the numerous arrests of Jews
which have been taking place re-
cently only because these Jews
lived in Communist-controlled
territory during the Nazi regime.


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 ioffi
KKK Investigated By Treasury Agents
Because Of Unpaid $685,305 Tax Bill
Flagler-Granada
Center Sponsors
, U.S. Treasury Department have been set on f)flnf P ^ MldHII Y
.he tra 1 of the Ku Klux Klan as a result of a plea made by the 11
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi Leaque. backed up by Rep. Arthur
Klein of New York, the League revealed.
The Revenuers have qone after the Kluxers on account
Fedi
Patio Of Ritz Plaza
To Be Scene Of Dance
A Da ,., for Israel" under the
au,, iCeS of the Kadimah Chapter
Women, the Women's
I | or /mmst Organization of
A will be held in the patio
an unpaid reaerai tax bill toe,
$685,305.08 owed by th( Klan. For MHS&C Completes
The Fli '' ',',, tie Ritz Plaza Hotel Saturday
\ |8 at 8:30 a.m.
> '
al i Mi
i
the past two y< ara the I rei
quarter million dull.a lien
been collecting not! it dust
in an Atlanta court, the Anti-
Nazi League chai gi -
Grand Dragon Samuel Green
doesn't know it. but two T-Men
were standing within a few feel
of him as he condui ted the
Klan initiation on Stone Moun-
tain, c;> orgia, July 23. the League
said.
This revelation was n ade in a
letter fron Acting Commissioner
of Internal Revenue Fred S. Mar-
tin to Rep. Klein, advising tl al
"The Secretary of the Treasury
lad\
Plans For Boatride
Plans have b i n i ompleted
a m cruis<
s a i iat" to be held Sunday.
Augusl 29 al 8 30 p.m. bj the
Miami Hel rew School and C
Mrs. Louis Augusl vice pr<
dent and chairman of ways an
means, has n imed Mrs. Harry i
Steinbach cl ted bj
Mesdames Simon April. Max
Jacobskind, Harry Minkoff. Bui
Soeoloff. Ralph Bargteil. II
Needleman, Dave Frank and Dave
Kleber.
Entertainment, music- for di
ing and refreshments will be pro-
, as his partner and R
night club entertaii
1 wji| \ rhumba contest
i cee Tom Brady will give a
. x ibition with Gerry
tner and Ruth
ner,
A rhumDa contest to
the music ol Caney's Latin Amcr-
[] bo Jui ior H; l will highlight the eve-
mnounced Mrs. David
x | ent( Man meiit chairman.
|n ( ase of rain the affair will
: in the (.'oral Room of the
"
referred to this Bureau for ap- vided. Contributions are $1.50,
propriat" attention your telegram vvith proceeds going to th( build-
endorsing the suggestion ol I i< ing fund. Tickets may be ob-
Anti-Nazi League that Treasury tained by contacting 48-1631
agents be on hand to impoundl
any fees collect.,! by the Klan
incident to a pul lie initiation on
Stone Mountain.''
Two deputy collectors were as-
signed to the mountain, Martin
reported, but tailed to set any
money change hands
Pressirg for in d< J| rmirrd
efforts tn colled th< i ix money
owed by the KKK. th< Ant: Nazi
League h is wired acting Revenue '^a
missioner Martin that tht ^^^^xf^M
Klan's purse strings an eld by
the Grand Dragon Green ar.d a
Kligrapp n imed "Waters."
Claims by the Gri nd Drag >n
that the resurgent Klan is not
liable for the tax debt run up >
the dissolved Klan corporation
are "flimsy," the Leagw said,
pointing oul tl at "it is a ba i<
principle of law t! at a lien fol-
lows the property."
The resurgent Klan is "usii g
With much profit" SUCh pi ope: le-
nt the Klan corporation as the
copyrighted Kloran ritual, pn |
ganda booklets, patented robes.
regalia, and n sigias, the Anti-
Nazi I.( ague chained.
In its wire to the Commiss
cr, signed by Administrative
Chairman James H. Sheldon and
consultant Stetson Kennedy, the
League said it is forwarding
photostatic copies of these prop-
erties, and addid tl at its under-
cover "observer-" inside tl e KKK
stand ready to testify that they
are in current use.
"If the Bureau of Internal Reve-
nue will simply inform the Klux-
ers that they must pay off this
three-quarter million dollai i e t
the Klan will go out nl usiness
overnight tor all time," Kennedy
predicted.
:
Aci '"
B( cl n the u
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[S well into
il

t< sts. and i '
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B
ttei
dent: Charles Adi m n, Dr
Gen-. Bi : iuis
Eslov r.' I
- I Mrs. Samuel K
M R nstein
hotel, said overall chairman M
Harold G. Shapiro. Chairrnen *
the affair are Mrs. Maurice Com
ton, tickets; Mrs. A. Nan*, and
Mrs. Sol Braun, posters.
Tickets are $1.00, for inform,
tion call 48-4021.
JNWA Affair Sept. 6
Th;- Ben Gurion Branch 304 of
the Jewish National Workers AL
liance announces a moonlight
boatride of the yacht Seven Seas
September 6 at 8 p.m, pier 10 ^
musical program, singing and re-
freshments have been planned
Admission is $1.25 and tickets will
be available at the pier.
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Miami Eft To Hold Musleal
On August 28, the YM & VVHA
of Miami Beach will present a
musical evening entitled "Songs
of Mary Lands." Operatic arias
American and Jewish folk and
Spanish love songs will comprise
the evening's conceit. The follow-
ing artists participating, are all
residents of Miami and Miami
Beach:
Miss Fay Drazin, coloratura
soprano, who has given a sei i< -
of concerts m Philadelphia an*
Bayfrort Park, Miami: Marshal'
Gillerpianist, home from the
University for vacation; Mrs.
Pauline Friedof Westminster
Choir College. well known
dramatic soprano who has per-
formed with the Jewish Folk
Chorus of Miami: Hector Naya
Costa Rican tenor, w. <> has con
certized in South America and
worked with the Opera Guild
Leon Schiffbaritone and local
choir leader: Joseph Schreibman
conductor and composer, with
his choir.
Herman Fried, music director
of the Y stated the program is
open to the public without
charge. A film, featuring one of
t e wuild's outstanding piaistt
and symphony orchestra will cli-
max the evening's program.
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Fmr)AY, AUGUST 27, 1948
*Jewisli Ifloridlian
PAGE THREI
I'll Say...
translation
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
They Are No More
While In Europe, I was told that Jewish men of letters were
king the ruins of. the destroyed Ghettos. Sometimes they
ra^'!ll- find written messages from victims on the way to the gas
aomhers In their search for evidence as to what
fJlnsDired in those poignant last days, they, of
In n r question eagerly those survivors wnose
Se could be ascribed only to a miracle An
Ssive literature is rapidly growing; it deal-
,1 the unspeakable horrors perpetrated by the
SI,i r ttlcsnakes. Oddly enough, the most sensitive
writing seems to be doneini Yiddish.
In Palestine, before it became Israel, a friend
,.,., smith' Africa gave me a booklet Its fifty
contain 'They Are No More," by S.
KSalowitz and are translated from the Yiddish
,,- Nishto," bv Amelia Levy of Johannesburg
fee are some typ-al stanzas, which picture the
i harrowing st< v that has ever been told of
M',k I am informed the Yiddish original
js more vividly palpitating than the following
From town and city and from hamlet
Snatched from bees, from mothers torn,
They had to run the fierce gauntlet,
Forsake, lost, bereft, forlorn.
Oh woeful sound of children's wailing;
The heavens heard and yet were still!
And curses mingled with I ewailing
And damn the slayer"s artful skill.
From Poland and from Lithuania
Through wind and snow and fleet and ice
In cattle trucks to crematoria
Our babes were brought to sacrifice.
The night was witness to this transport:
Naked, j agged, mutilated.
They scarcely guessed the journey's import;
Fearful, frozen, intimated.
In corpse-like silence they were lying
Upon old wooden boards outstretched,
In torment and in angul?h dying-
No sound, as though their mouths were latched.
A throttling sound, a choking rattle,
Then sudden silence fills the air;
And human eyes, not those of cattle,
In death's last glassy stillness stare.
While baby shoes pile up like giants,
The gas attendant's voice rings dry
The little ones are splendid clients
Tiiey need so little glas to die.'
Our temples are a heap of rubble
Fountains spurt our children's blood.
A folk reduced to ruin and stubble
Arc dragged like beasts through mire and mud.
What's left of all the hope, desire
To mount the crest of every wave'.'
In crematoria and in fire
A distant, piled-up, nameless grave.
Mv lips would fain a blessing utter
But where are those I long to bless?
Just ghosts behind a ruined shutter
And all I loved is dust and less.
Oh Polish land, you are the altar
Where we were dragged for sacrifice.
Where German blood-lust did not falter
T;> build of bones an edifice.
Your cars of wheat and laden corn
Arise from lands with blood-soaked hues,
The flax and grain your fields adorn
Are fertilized with bones of Jews.
At bridal feasts the choicest flowers
Which you mass in festive splay,
Borrow from our blood their colours
While growing in your Polish clay.
The gift of millions you have taken.
You surely will this token prize;
The dew with which your fields awaken
Are tears from six million eyes..
Oh let not tin-e erase the story.
On parchment write the tragic saga
The final end of Polish Jewry
Submerged as by volcanic lava."
Halkiii To Take
Tour Off Florida
In a trip extending from Mon-
day. August 30 through Septem-
ber 8, Gilbert J. Balkin, associate
director, Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation LeagQe, will
visit Fort Myers, Bradenton.
Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa,
Lakeland, Lake Wales, and other
west coast and central Florida
communities.
While in the state's west coast
region, Mr. Balkin will meet with
ADL committee chairmen and
corrmunity leaders to discuss
plans and projects for implement
ing the league's educational pro-
gram for combatting bigotry and
advancing human rights for all
people.
One of the current state-wide
ADL projects, which Mr. Balkin
will bring to the attention of the
local communities on this trip, is
distribution among ministers of
the booklet specially prepared by
the league entitled "Your Neigh-
bor CelebratesThe Jewish Holi-
days."
Describing and illustrating the
major Jewish religious observ-
ances, distribution of this booklet
is being timed by the Florida
ADL Office to coincide with the
approach of Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur.
Copies of the booklet may also
be obtained by contacting the
Anti-Defamation League Office,
330 Seybold Building.
Letters To The Editor
llicsl "N.-ihm-s As
Chairmen Ahcss
And Montgomery
Leonard L. Abess, accountant,
of the firm of Abess, Morgan and
Altemus, and John D. Montgom-
ery, publisher of the Florida Sun.
have been appointed co-chairmen
for the Miami Beach region in
the 1949 Dade County Community
Chest campaign, it was announced
today by R. Warner Ring, gen-
eral chairman.
Miami Beach will be one of
seven regions covered in the Red
Feather drive set for November
f> to 23. Ring explained, and a
campaign organization will be
set up to solicit subscriptions
Horn all individuals and business
establishments in the region.
Ring also reported that Frank
O. Pruitt, chairman of firm group
solicitation in companies employ-
ing 100 or more persons, has en-
rolled A. L Reynolds of the Flor-
ida Power and Light Company,
and O. C "Jack" Corbin of Na-
tional Cash Register Company
as co-chairmen.
Flimsy Excuse
Mr. Fred Shochet, Editor
The Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir:
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion takes cognizance of your
criticism in the August 20 issue
that we should have been the
"watchdogs" to prevent a breach
of propriety on Tisha B'Ab. Your
excuse for not mentioning this
Day of Fast is quite flimsy. I be-
lieve that the Jewish Floridian,
which comes into many Jewish
homes every Friday, is an educa-
tional instrument in our com-
munity. In many instances, it is
probably the only Jewish period-
ical coming into the homes. It
occurs to me, therefore, that it is
incumbent upon the Floridian
also to be a "watchdog."
Wherever possible, the Bureau
of Jewish Edducation attempts to
Inform the community of coming
Jewish events. Thus, for example.
we have sent a Jewish school
calendar' to the Dade County
Board of Instruction so that the
school board may plan accord-
ingly. May I point out that two
weeks before Tisha B'Ab, I had
occasion to bring to the attention
of two large organizations in this I
community that the fast would,
occur on the evening of August
14 and that they should consider
cancelling affairs they had sched-
uled for that evening. This in-
formation was ignored.
May I suggest that your paper
print in bold letters the dates of
all Jewish holidays (minor and
major) one month in advance,
since organizations make prepara-
tion for programs early. Now is
the time to inform your readers
when the major holidays occur
to prevent breach of propriety.
We. on our part, have a Jewish
school calendar available, and are
preparing one for adult organiza-
tions. This calendar may be ob-
tained at the Bureau of Jewish
Education office.
Very truly yours,
A. P. GANNES.
Miss B'nai B'rith
Contest Announced
Marx Faber, president of the
Sholem Lodge, announced Satur-
day that a contest to select Miss
B'nai B'rith will be held at the
third annual Fall Frolics and
dance on Sept. 12.
Entries may be sent in writing
to the. lodge offices, 330 Seybold
Bldg. Sam Silver, arrangements
chairman, announced the follow-
ing committee chairmen for the
event: Al Pallot, tickets; Irving
Saal. personnel; Jerome Weinkle
and Ben Koven, games; Dr. David
Seitlin, refreshments: Murry
Pearce. distribution; Cal Pont,
fooc; John Kronenfeld, equipment
and transportation, and Alex
Cohen and Martin Moses, priezs.
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EDITORIAL
fall To Jvuish Parents
This is a call to Jewish parents, upon the
approach of a new school year, to consider the
education of their childrenin terms of their
personal happiness, in terms of the historic times
in which we live, in terms of an understanding
of their heritage, in terms of synthesizing their
lives as Jews and as citizens in democratic
America.
We believe that the Jewish child cannot
achieve personal happiness without an under-
standing of his life as a Jew. He w.ll gain such
understanding only through Jewish education
Without it, that which should be a source of se-
curity to him may become a source of insecurity,
unbalance, inferiority and escapism. Without it,
the sp ritual bond between parent and child, be-
tween his past and his present, are severed.
Without Jewish education, our children will
have no understanding that American democracy
derives its faith in the concept of the dignity and
equality of man from the Hebraic tradition.
Without Jewish education, our children can
have no understanding of the stirring historical
fact of the establishment of the State of Israel
based on the precepts of liberty, justice and
peace taught by the Hebrew prophets.
Without Jewish education, our children will
not understand that when the Hebraic tradition
is rejected, the mechanics and the social sett ng
of democracy can be and have been perverted
for the uses of tyranny. Teach them to understand
and to be proud that "Hebraic mortar cemented
the foundations of American democracy."
Jewish Education Month, beginning on Sep-
tember 15 and culminating in Jewish Education
Week which ends October 23, has been design-
ated as the period when the attention of all Amer -
can Jews is called to the need for educating
our children and youth in accordance with the
history, teachings, traditions and values of
Judaism.
The call is for your children. The call is to
you, the parent, to make sure that, along with
the democratic American heritage, the her tage
of Judaism is made available to our younger
generation.
If your child already attends a Jewish re-
ligious school, make sure that this education is
continued. If he is not yet enrolled, enroll him now.
To have happy, adjusted, informed, insp red
American Jewish children and youth there must
be cooperation between parents and schools;
community and schools; schools for general ed-
ucation and schools for Jewish education.
A Jewish school is waiting in your synagogue
or Jewish center to serve you and your family.
Seek it out now.
recent.
Please Uncle, make one package o
\\v Xvvtl Teacher*
The Bureau of Jewish Education is again
appealing to residents of this area for personnel
to man the staffs of the Sunday Schools. Great
difficulty was encountered in finding sufficient
teachers the past year.
The need for Sunday School teachers as an-
ticipated is greater this fall. Three new organiza-
tions, the West Miami Jewish Center, the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center and Temple Isaiah have
established schools.
Twenty to thirty teachers will be needed to
meet their needs. The existing schools too will be
looking for additional personnel due to increased
registration.
There are in our commun ty many former
Sunday School teachers and men and women
with a sound Jewish education. The services of
these men and women are needed. The Bureau
of Jewish Education is issuing an urgent call to
the community to respond to the increased re
quest for teachers for the 1948-1949 school year.
The type of people preferably desired include
those who have had experience in teaching Sun-
day School; public school teachers; those possess-
ing Jew'sh background, and college students will-
ing to take courses while they are teaching.
A real service can be rendered by devoting
just a little Jime each week. Contact the Bureau
of Jewish Education and help fill a real need.
The Quality OS 3tereu
When the British delegation just
ly raised a hue and cry for humanitarim
demanding the repatriation to Israel of MflB
Arab war exiles, it hoped to play the Arab
on human strings. But the note was too haM?]6
discordant to elicit the anticipated iesponsel|
it was played by a hand that wouldn't raise
finger on behalf of Jews when they were faK
not only exile but death at the hands of HWL?
We appreciate the Arab exile problem *
more than the British, understand the agony and
torture of human beings in exile. We are a peonl
with an exile history of close to two thousa; H
years. We know the meaning of homelessnw
and wandering.
The plight of the Arab refugees is a traai
one, even though it is of their own and Brits!,
making. Those people were not driven from their
homes -they left home and bed, field and job
and business, under the influence of Arab and
British-inspired propaganda. They were coerced
into becoming exiles by threats; were cajoled
into flee ng to Arab lands by false promises. They
were victims of treacheryBritish as well
Arab. They are not unwanted in Israel. On the
contrary, their homes are intact except where hit
by shell. Their fields ar? be'n* plowed by Israel's
fighting men. Their property and businesses are
secure. They can look forward to resumption of
normal life in Israel when hostilities end. They
are the unfortunate victims of war, not of ideology
or politics.
Britain would have the world believe that
her tears are motivated by considerations of
humanity. Pity is a great human quality, perhaps
the greatest. But where was British mercy when
hundreds of thousands of Jews were being
slaughtered in Hitler's murder factories? Where
was that human quality when it was still possible
to save some of Europe's Jewry from Hitler's
clutches?
What is Britain's record on that count? Only
a bare light on that record is thrown in the current
issue of Colliers magazine, where we learn from
"The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins" that the
former British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden had
turned down during the war an American request
to save 60,000 Bulgarian Jews from the Nazi
clutches. The suggestion was made by formei
Secretary of State Cordell Hull at a joint British-
American meeting which was attended by the
late President Roosevelt. And what was Britain's
excuse? If that is done, replied Eden, "then the
Jews of the world will be wanting us to make
s'milar offers in Poland and Germany." And if
Hitler "takes us up," he cautioned with diplomatic
serenity, "there simply are not enough ships and
means of transportation in the world to handle
them." But when President Truman requested,
and the Anglo-American Committee on Palestine
recommended, immediate entry into Palestine of
100,000 Jewish refugees, there certainly were
enough means of transportation. The war was
over. And what was Britain's answer? The civil-
ized world knows the answer only too well.
Is Italian Jewry Still Alive?
By LEO BERNSTEIN-
ROMEThe emancipation of
the Jews began in Italy at the
end of the 19th century. Slowly and the disturbances of t e
the ghettos were closed down and i nuc( tnej
assimilation of the Italian Jews
Italian Jewry lost 20.000 souls
1 the last war. That great loss,
war,
profound effect, which
made great progress. In time not seemed> however, not to last too
only did the forget the Hebrew|lon6- A' the end of the war tin
language (Yiddish was never
known in Italy), but they gen-
erally remembered that they
were Jews only on the High Holi-
days, when they went to listen
to the synagogue organ rendei
selections from Bach.
In Italy there was no anti-
Semitism at all. Economic rivalry
did not exist, and there was never
place for race discrimination. So,
in Italy, there was practically no
Jewish question until 1939, when
Hitler reminded his friend and
colleague Mussolini of his duties
as a Fascist.
It is interesting to note that the
revolutionary ideals, as well as
the ideals of Zionism, as they
lived and grew in the hearts and
minds of the masses of Jews in
Eastern Europe, did not find a
fertile ground in Italian Jewry.
Indeed, there were in Italy rab-
binical seminaries, Jewish cul-
tural-centers, religious schools
and even publishers of Hebrew
literature, but it was solely a
religious spirit which dominated
,the.se institutions.
presence of the Jewish Brigade in
Italy, its successes and the allied
victory impressed Ihe Jews It
was an Italian Jew, Rienzo Si
reni, who. as a Jewish pui ac l
ist from Palestine, was dropped
over Italy in 1944, captured bj
the Germans and then died hero-
ically.
At that sime. some Italian Jews
immigrated to Palestine, mainly
girls going to marry Jewish fi-
ances. Also, before the war, there
were already some Jews from
Italy who had settled in Palestine.
But when the war was over, the
effect of all this weakened, and
it seemed that Italian Jews for-
got that 10,000 co religionists w. .,.
still living in camps in Italy, with
conditions far from ideal. Italian
Jews never visit these DP camps. '
The majority of Italian Jews
seems to be quite indifferent to
the Jewish question, despite the
fact that at the head of Italian
Jewry there are leaders who are
not only fully conscious of |
responsibility to Jewry, i ut
have considerable authority on
i great political stage. In ,;
>"'-vt plac< ay be mentioned
' tello Cantoni, the president
of the society of Italian Jewisl
' '" :'"' 'ties, an important poli-
tical figure, who recently inter-
('(,|i'-11 ;|i the Col : i] Offici in
London foi Italj to be givt n back
her former colonies,
Mention must also be made of
Protes or Prato, Italy's C
well-known philosopher
;m" a !" 'son ol inti rnali mal -
pute. There is also a note i poli-
:' who, however
as president of the Italian Con-
stituent Asseml ly, is engaged
chiefly in general Italian affairs,
rhe >ituat:on .,, ms ,,, u. ^
stated abovi. but now we havi
had occasion to see that tl
tional consciousness ol
Jewry is awakened. We
tly in the fund-raising drives
tor the defense of Palestine
'"" are hardly 40.00u Italian
v*1 expected that they
contribute ,.....e than 200
on Urea (about $350,000) this
of great political stading, who
visited 11 ily on his way to North
A i a, where he will direct the
- me drive.
Al the Congress, Cantoni dc-
clared that Italian Jews, who
a I to give leir gold and jewel-
Ihe conquest of Ethiopa,
'' to the Germans, now
to contribute to the com-
'i "il cause.
A relatively big sum was
hroughl up by the inmates of the
'''' s" itorium in Merano, none
' ows If he will ever
' promised land. Among the
Italia. Jews who contributed
there were some cases, which are
' ry significant. For example, the
well-known playwright. Valla-
bnno Lopez, gave his precious
"t of the Fattori school.
which is valued at 200.000 lire
In Trieste, a very big sum was
donated by the industrialist. L.
stock, the producer of Stock
1 gnac. In Venice Miss Bassi
gave all her jewelry with the
cpmment "They were owned by
"V sister, who had to give most
of I er jewelry to the Gestapo to
held in Milan'on Jan 7 I 'f"' Du1 she was niV(r-
28- Until now Italian w I krowlhS^ 8nd kMed" N.....
have Conffw*.- 1,1 !.lu"u ,h:" mv sister's soul will
lie na-
Italian
mi
The campaign was launched at
the ( ,lf
Italian
did not have Congress,s wit
The most import-
ant feature of the Congress was
fwence of Dr. Umb, I
Nahon the representative of the
Jewish Agency, an Italian
:it.d pi ace "
"' I ; time of the proclamation
1 state, a large deleg
,n"n "I Prominent Jewish per-
sonalities visited the Italian
Jew'President. The President told the
delegation during the reception:
-Italian Jews have a double task:
one. construction; two, recon-
struction." He meant, that Italian
Jewry had to contribute both to
the construction of Palestine, and
to the reconstrutcion of Italy.
It seems that Italian Jews, who
were always good patriots of
their hospitable country, have
taken these words of their Presi-
dent to heart.
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FBIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1948
Hebrew Academy
Names Principal,
Sol L Sugarman
Sol I. Sugarman has been chos-
en as principal of the faculty ar.d
director of the educational pro-
gram of the Hebrew Academy,
! [orated at 6th St. and Jefferson
Avi'.. Miami Beach, according to
| an announcement by Dr. David S.
Andron, president of the school.
Mr Sugarman, an outstanding
[educator and administrator,
|comes to his new post af*er a
[varied background acquired dul-
ling 15 years of active identifica-
tion with leading educational in-
ktitutions throughout the coun-0
[try.
| Sugarman was principal and
Luperintendent of instructions of
the Hebrew Academy of St. Louis
for five years; executive director
of Nei" Israel Rabbinical College
of Baltimore for four years; and
|p:i: cipal of the Chelsea Com-
Iniuniiy School in Boston for five
+Jenist) fhwdHajn
PAGE FIVE
Sol L. Sugarman
years.
T! e new principal of the He-
brow Academy of Miami Beach
Jistinguished himself as a lead-
ing.' Zionist, vice president of the
Vrnerican Jewish Congress, vice
president of the David A. Lourie
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, radio eom-
nentator of station WIL in St.
Louis.
Mr. Sugarman is author of a
lumber of articles in periodicals,
rd educational reviews, as well
fcs co-author of a new book en-
titled "New Methods of Teaching
he Pentateuch."
In the field of American i du-
ration. Mr. Sugarman has had an
Ictive and variegated career. He
Jras lecturer of techniques in ed-
ucational procedure at the Mary-
an State Normal School. He at-
ended graduate courses in edu-
ation in Washington University,
lity College of the State of New
rork, nd Yeshiva University. He
- also a member of the execu-
Ive beard of the Conference of
Jhristians and Jews in Boston.
In assuming the office of princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy. Mr.
lugar-ran stated: "The purpose
nd objectives of the American
shool system'is to develop better
Itizenship and prepare a child
Pi I tter living. The Jewish ed-
Ben Gurion Changes
Labor Zionist Force
Military Position
Israeli Prime Minister David
Ben Ourion's action in abolish-
ing Palmaoh, Labor Zionism's
striking force, as a special group
in the Israeli Army was hailed
this week as "an act of high con-
structive statesmanship" by Dan-
iel Frisch. vice president "of the
Zionist Organization of America
In his statement in which he
commented on the reDort re-
ceived yesterday from Tel Aviv
concerning Palmach's consolida-
tion into the Jewish army at the
necial behest of David Ben
Gurion. Mr. Frisch said "Pre-
mier Ben Gurion is to be con-
gratulated upon his act of high
constructive statesmanship By-
banning Palmach along with Tr
gun as a special force in th*>
Jewish army ard by insisting that
both he incorporated in Haganah.
Premier Ben Gurion has rendered
a great service to the Jewish
State. There is no room and there
can be no room for private armies
in the State of Israel: there is
room only for one Jewish nationa'
army loyal to the Jewish State
and sworn to defend it against
all its enemies from without and
from within, from the right and
from the left."
Off the Record
STRAY ITEMS
n:,liaJnani^ead0WS' fam,ou,s film actress whose parents are Episco-
?n,miSf'0naries1! wlU be inverted to Judaism soon She
her ?uturP h0,XdHhc/KParc;nti ofher decision to adPl ^ faith of
wi 1 hi feHUS.baDnd' the nutcd rriter Milton Kri The nuptials
"lie Prinen nf gom<-\ where the groom is working on the picture
tSfJTriuLe,f uFXes Benjamin Miller, a New York City de-
S.rt has a mezubah" in his police car He says i't has
Si Baniy ./in? SH i i.MUfr Ls a ^'^er president of "Shomrun an
Diomn rtP iJhW'sh Policemen and a nephew to Bernard Semel.
rChTh communal leader The Zionist Organization
"Materials Fnf S Zionists throughout the country not to back
lumW 4tmnL^ o"l ; I?Ier Solomon, conductor of the Co-
iffi rff $ShonyP'cnestra, who was the first visitor to the new
htv^L ^TduCl^ }h'vty-{lvc concerts of the Palestine Phil
n en amninunn'h" ?* ^V1V' Haif,a' Jerusalem, Ramat Gan and
SnlZLPfl f th.e Israch arn,y close to the front lines ... Mr
fn armnrnHndh, ^' rChTCSt,'a !raVoled thc newl" built "MarCUS Road"
n nine morShf %2S?R l g'Ve ffiS first conccrt he,d ther<
Mr Im L;, \ ^ung th ny hlstoric occasions at which
5 ShTr.ii ?Ctcd S 01ch.est,ra was thc ceremony in Tel Aviv
pta&jEmSS PS t0k the ath f aUegiance to th
A GOLDEN TALE .
M.1f"n jla1bbi Wolf Pold' chairman of the World Mizrachi execu-
tive toured Europe with Chief Rabbi Her/.og to redeem Jewish
SmdreK flT ?mstians wh0 had sheltered them during the war he
aS^iSS t0 t0ll.a Sta,^lin,g &e In a sma" tow* in Holland
ti.ey came across two elderly Christian Dutchmen who gave haven
to a Jewish child during the Nazi occupation Rabbi Gold told
them he wanted to take the child to Palestine and offered to com-
pensate the couple for their kindness ... The cldcrlv people hid
hecome terribly attached to the child and were frantic over thc
prospect of parting with their ward When they heard the child
was to be taken away from them they became upset and cried 'if
you take our child to Palestine you must take us too or else we
will commit suicide" ... The two elderly Dutchmen and the Jewish
child are now somewhere in the Holy Land, citizens of the new state
Dr. Seitlin Opens
Dontal Offices
-. :,;,:'::,
Referring to Ben Gurion's stric
mHljq of the Irgun. Mr. Frisch
al system has the same said: "Every argument that could
-. augmented by the ob-|be used against the existence of
'' "1 developing and in-!the Irgun as a separate grouo in
Uligent Jewish laity. By familiar- the Jewish army is applicable to
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Argentina Group
Issuing Propaganda
Causes Agitation
BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)Anti-
Semitic agitation in the province
of Santa Fe is continuing, it was
reported here. According to in-
formed circles here, the groun
chiefly responsible for the anti-
Jewish propaganda now being
fomented in Santa Fe is the
"Movimiento Tradicional Sindi-
calista."
line itself with the mission of
k Jewish people throughout the
pituries and what it means to
Palmach. In insisting that Pal
mach be disbanded. Ben Gurion
., has demonstrated that he holds
under a democratic govern-1 national loyalty superior to partv
fent the pupils of the Hebrew loyally. He acted both justlv and
< : better fit themselves for, logically "
i' participation in American
hd
fi
1 ish communal enter-
each Y Refurbished
Mr. Frisch was sure that the
consolidation of the Palmach into
the Jewish army will have a
beneficent effect not only upon
h strength and thc efficiency of
& WHA of Miami the Jewish fighting force but alsi
lach will be open for business,
It closed to all activityMon-
ty. Tuesday and Wednesday.
Must 30 ar.d 31, ard September
If>r cleaning and repairing pur-
upon the whole political field in
Israel. "What we need in Israe
today," Mr. Frisch conclud'.-d, "is
not party domination but the co-
ooeratlon of all parties in the in-
terests of the new state."
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Human
This organization.-whose activi-
ties include the printing and dis-
tribution of leaflets castigating
Or. Chaim Weizmann in language
similar to that used in the Nazi
newspaper "Dcr Sturmer," is
-omposcd of members who claim
to follow the teachings of the
Argentine dictator Rosas, who
-uled about a century ago anr1
vho is generally regarded as the
most reactionarv desnot ever to
come to power in this country.
The official Zionist Federatior
oaper. "The Jewish State"
varned editorially that the anti-
Tewish propaganda emanating
from Santa Fe may spread to
other sections of Argentina and
urged the DAIA, central renre-
-ertative body of Argentine
Tewry, to "face the situation with
more energy."
Argentine President Juan Pe-
on's pledge to the Jewish com-
munity in this countrv that ir-
anti-Semitism would be aljowe''
n Argentina during his tenure n*
office was greeted here this week
by the DAIA. central representa
>ive bodv of Argentire Jewrv
The DAIA also exnrr^-sr--: the
one that the Argentine gnveTi.
' ent would soon recognize the
State of Israel.
The local ,T'"'clh pros'*, in hnil-
mg Pcnn't; qdHress to nn esti-
mated 30.000 persons m the heart
of the city's Jewish quarter
pointed out that the President's |
neeeh was made in circumstances
'hit could well hp regarr'ed as
extraordinary. Peron partic-na'er'
'i the dedication ceremonies of
the new offices of the pro-Peron
. "Organizacion Israelita Argen-
j tina," the first timeit was noted
that an Argentine President has
visited the offices of a Jewish
organization.
President Peron was applauded
when he appealed to his audience,
inviting Argentine Jews not to
"isolate" themselves from any
form of national life, but on the
contrary to participate fully in
the country's affairs and avil
themselves Of all their civic rights. [
As he concluded, the crowd de-
manded that the First Lady also
speak. Senora Peron denounced'
the previous national adminis-
trations which she accused of in-
stigating race-hatred. She said
she did not make any distinction
between Jews and non-Jews.
David J. Seitlin
David J. Seitlin, D.D.S., an-
nounces the opening of his offices
for the practice of dental and
oral surgery in conjunction with
Dr. Harold Klock, 605 Lincoln Rd.,
Miami Beach.
Dr. Seitlin is a graduate of
Miami Senior High, attended the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity, graduated Loyola
University School of Dentistry
and completed his interneship at
New York Polyclinic Hospital,
New York City.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Seitlin of Miami, Dr. Seitlin is a
member of B'nai B'rith, Sholem
Lodge.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27
"Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
CopyriSht. IMS. J*. W^P"c Ag^y. Inc.
Jewish Athletes Win
five Championships
At OlympJc Games

set up

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A ZIONIST -NEW DEAL": \ %*** **
Although it is very quiet on thj j lQ preven1 deliver*
*......."..............-s^s
be lively action here next month.
after the American delegates re-
turn from the current session of
Se Zionist Actions Committee m
Israel The issue wffl be
whether the Labor Zionists in the
United States should p.aetu.
merge with the Z.O.A. unde th
Hrship of Dr. Abb, H. lei Sil-
ver or not Such a possibility
,s foreseen in connection with
the forthcoming parluunerta, >
Hoetions in Israel Wlthou
the aid of the General Zionists
in Israel the Labor Party, led
by David Ben Gurion, may not
gain sufficient strength to keep
ien Gurion and Shertok in the!
present leading positions Ul the
Israeli Cabinet .Dr. S lver.
who is now in Israel, is willing
to secure the support ol the Gen
eral Zionists in Israel for Ben
Gunon providing the Zioms
Labontes in the United States
reciprocate Such reciproca-
tion would involve putting the
Labor Zionist moven ents in tm*
in perfe I order...* 3 "" v
1 ,-v hserve. stationed
\ observei
even a
at Latakieh at
lines are written
tin- lime
PLANS AND ACTION:
American Jewish groups de-
tanss
renters tl rough
the tional n
irc: ......
' ; the Ui '
;- -,,, also
.
,ma,iv...f^ -r/eff:
ninw.....--'.""'".r;, e' inthC place in indiv
I ^S on in New.York 0Be third.^ ^V^dividual |
.... Washington ^Intetarn events the5
stablis ment '
PrPertJ '"', .U, ...........u,V
ceeds go to benefit Jew .,.... ntedl
Srmayfrabei 0 -- *
s in tins countrj
l; s Olympic
Food
t -u u/ar Veterans of ?' ~ :" St?tes of Americiij
The ^w.sh War Veterans f Genial Julius Klein of CM.
an anno^S^oSmander. announced establishment of the ||
cago. National Comm*n m provide rehabilitation aid *
Siemen,aryOUtotS anS Federal assistance to amputees and o*.
dtaaW^v^raniorJ^rWlP^ A California, is shonl
Mr^' I the course of one of her visits to disabled vet.rj
S7he Veteran" Administration's Birmingham Hospital, Vn
Nuys. California.________________------------------------------------
s hv Jewish groups in mis wui. __en.
=s5-=a-s-.............j-__8 -JfS.ISCSAf'ih
shaften campaign, th. fund-rais- .,.,.. I thai he be w n the JcwM athletes
ng organization ol I im all parts ol the world, waj
Labor Z^nist movement ..s f jv ,_,. ^ ^ at tl
Ion of BenGurio Jewish Con, ; leJSi vn inlsrae] Others oppos. [srael N -Aj ; ; ^p, inches for a double Miami Beach chapters of Masada,
these terms The issue w > ilona EUk. Hungary, worn /in:ist groups. to take
^Vra^^etiSofT'S 'fS^^wLS.^ Sunday. August 29. at
Tel Aviv Who ';' "",;""I" gj, .ncernan. who Crandon Park. .
foha. SeM .ooose of die af,a.
Israel?
Masada lroup
To Hold >"
A joint "Nitzanim Picnic" has
een planned by the Miami and
Purpose
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!:
There is a good deal ol con-
fusion : ow m t: is countrj
connection with continued ar
rival of persons fron I lei wh<
as an-
., i-..Vb Rnrllman. of co-chairwomen, will be the co
' Dnd ["2 a\Pew OWmpic
ve ;. Jewish restitution York, Pa ". set a new ui>.nm
.... hiwhed in Ger- rerord fining the middle-
many,
re ,,, in winning the middle-
... rtain com- ht w iht-liftinf[ tiOe.
.-

as a resull Stephen Seymour, ol Los An-
r'annoTn I Hnbhed second in the
,1 Ger javelin throw, with a toss ol 22
many th" n left to Lt 74 inches James^Fuchs o
n and action, vale, finished third in the hot
'put witl a mark of :>- feet iu 4
niches. Margarel Elek, Hungary.
claim that they represent the
Jewish state Some ol diem
release st ite i ents to thi pi
which cause embi nerd
the authoi ize sentatives of;
Israel ... No wondei thai th |;!||||SIII I\aillh
Israeli Office of Info _. .- _
New York is now warning thi I I
press not to accent any st ite
ments befon checking
the persons making their. r<
represent the government of Is-|rttary of State Geo i
WASHINGTON, D C Frank
Goldman, president of B'nai
B'rith, : as been n in ed by see
it int.- guvenimeiii ini.oy ui ........
rael Is it true that an Egyp-1] all'as a member of the Citizen
tian.Nekrashi Pasha, is now con-1 committee to pro i ote the observ
clud'inK the purchase in theLnee of United Nations Daj
purchase in the United Stales of Or. October 31. 1947, the Gen-
12 jet fighters, available withinjeral Assembly ol the United Na-
a month? Would such a trans-Uions adopted a resolutior
action not
., Sister of Ilona Elek, was 6th
in the women's foils. Irvn ..
M,,n Iscl ein, of New York Uni-
versity, took eighth place in the
decathlon while Norman Lewis,
...1 i | New York, placed ninth
m the nun's epee event.
Dr. Ivan Ossier, of Denmark.
. :. plaC( winnei
the 1912 Olympiad, led the
Danish swordsmen to a fourth
design-1place in 1 e epee tean event. The
'- team, half
,U- I 11.111 v> .".
lection by the chapters of recrea-
tional equipment for the youth
of newly organized Israeli col-
onies The project is part of a
general effort by all southeastern
Masada groups and all persons at-
tending the picnic are asked to
bring at least one of such items
as sporting equipment and cloth-
ing, indoor and outdoor game sets.
used or new.
Each voung woman attending
will bring lunch for two persons.
Pinicers will meet at the entrance
t.i the Rickenbacker causeway ;
10 a.m.
Serving on I e joint committal
are Gil Rappaport, Ted Xdal
and the Misses Faith Alexankl
Flo A! ran.smi and Terry Mertl
Those planning to attend are si
quested to contact Miss Greel
5-4953, or Miss Ruhinstein,4-3!l|
WHfl
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAT
12:00 Noon to 1:00 P.M.
EVERY TUESDAT
6:00 to TOO P. M.
Yiddish Classical Ho
EVERY SUNDAY
A Variety of Stars in tjj
Latest Recordings AvaiH*
CLASSICAL-LITURGICAl
AND FOLK MUSIC
For Better Service to the Public
In Greater Miami...
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[al] under the U.S. ating October 24 as United N
arms embargo order for the coun-1
lin-
tions Day and inviting all mei ich was made upol players
tries of the Middle East0 -jber governments to cooperati Montreal VMI1A
And is it true that Turkey is de-l0bserving it. The resolution de-jished ninth
livering to the Arab states wea-lciared that the day shall "be de
' Yoted to making known to the
,i.- ,, 0pies of tl e world the
re-|and achievements of the United
hat iNatioi s a: d to gaining tl eir -up-
16 medium-sized bombers of Eng-
oi
,,, every stat< and i very c
munity in tl e countrj I organiz*
[rams for United Nations
Day-
pons and war materiel coming
from the United States'' And
what about the intelligence re-,ana HCiuU.
port received in this country that [Natioi S ai d to gaining tl eil
16 medium-sized bombers of Eng- port for the wmk of the United
lish make were delivered during I Nations." The National Citizens
the first two weeks of August I committee is asking the peopli
at the Egyptian port of Alex-
andria? They were sent in
crates, in separate parts, labelled
"agricultural implements," and
are now being assembled at (
Marash Matruh And where,
were the U.N. observers when a \
Turkish cargo ship, the Jawuz
Ad. unloaded on August 15 about (
2.000 tons of war material in the
Lebanese port of (Latakieh for
delivery to Arab hide-outs along
the Palestine border? ... It seen
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
ments on display for
immediate delivery in
all Jewish cemeteries.
Serving the leading
Jewish families in this
area since 1925.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1948
Horowitz- Margareten Uses Special
Field To Grow Wheat For Matzoh
?^te*lstjh>riidlfan
PAGE SEVEN
A group of Quakers near Phila-
delphia, Pa., demonstrates the
efficacy of its belief in freedom
of worship and tolerance by co-
operating with members of an-
other faith to help the latter ob-
serve certain fundamental princi-
ples This Quaker group has
panying pictures Rabbi Max
Schay and Rabbi Joseph Soloveit-
cnik inspect the wheat plants to
make sure that the grains are
completely dry, and that they
have not sprouted. Otherwise
they could not be used for the
flour for these Matzohs.
Rabbi Max Schay and Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik inspecting
the wheat plants.
Draft Registration
To Begin August 30
Thirty-five locations where
draft-eligible young men will reg-
ister for selective service were
announced for Dade County.
Registration will begin at all
sites at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug.
30, and continue through Sept. 1
according to the following sched-
ule:
Aug. 30: Men born in 1922, after
Aug. 30, 1922.
Aug. 31 and Sept. 1: Men born
in 1923.
and 3:
Men
Men
9: Men
7:
born
born
born
in
in
in
leased to Horowitz-Margareten a
huge field where special wheat is
grown for flour to be used for
Matzoh Sh'murah."
'Matzoh Sh'murah" means
matzohs which are "matched" or
i "guarded" from the planting o'
, the grain through the packing o
the finished productsin accord-
ance with the Biblical exhorta-
tion: "And ye shall watch (or
The wheat is- then reaped and
threshed under careful supervi-
sion, and packed in special sacks,
each of which, is sewed up and
securely fastened with a lead seal
bearing the Rabbi's inscription
and signatures. The bags are then
stored in a dry place under lock
nnd .seal.
In January, the Rabbis cut the
.seals, and again examine the
*. .....
Rabbi Max Schay
guard) the matzohs" (Exodus XII,
17). The wheat is "watched" care-
fully during harvesting, milling,
and makingso that it may not
lecome leavened by rain's swell-
UK the grains and causing it to
"ut, by the flour's becoming
Painp. or by excessive kneading
pel slow baking.
These special "Matzoh Sh'mu-
lah" require special "watching"
because they are used ritually
knd only two nights a year. Three
W these "Matzoh Sh'murah" are
pied in the "Seder" Dish and
ati n at various intervals during
ie impressive ceremony on the
st two ("Seder") nights of Pass-
ver.
The grain for Horowitz-Mar-
preton "Sh'murah Matzoh" is
town in this special field rented1
Om the cooperative Quakers
W Philadelphia. In the middle
Julyas shown on the accom-
seals bags of grain.
grainbecause if any moisture
has come in contact with it, it has
become "chomet?" (leavened) and
may not be used When they have
passed approval on the grain, it
is ground into flour, packed into
Lags which are sewed and sealed
with the Rabbis' seals, and trans-
ported to the Horowitz-Margare-
ten bakery in Long Island City
Just before Passover, this closely
I "guarded" flour is baked into
| "Matzoh Sh'murah." This special
"Matzoh Sh'murah" represents a
liny fraction of the millions of
pounds of matzohs produced an-
nually by the Horowitz-Mai gare-
ten firm.
The cooperation of the friendly
Quakers with their Jewish fellow-
citizens is further evidence that
under the American flag all peo-
ples can live in peace and har-
monya true demonstration of
democracy in action.
Sept. 2
192 '.
Sept. 4 and
1925.
Sept. 8 and
1926.
Sept. 10 and 11: Men born in
1927.
Sept. 13 and 14: Men born in
1928.
Sept. 15 and 16: Men born in
1929.
Sept. 17 and 16: Men born in
1930, before Sept. 19.
Under the law. all men in these
age classifications must register
on the dates named, regardless of
whether they may later be ex-
emptied from the draft because
of previous service, occupation or
other reasons specified by Presi-
dent Truman.
WHERE TO REGISTER FOR
DRAFTnumbers on map cor-
respond to the following loca-
tions throughout Dadc county:
BOARD NO. 45
1. Klnloch Park Elementary and,"
Junior HiKh Bchool, 125 N.W. 43rd '
Ave.
-'. Opalocka Elementary school, Opa-
lock.i.
:t. Hiuleah Elementary and Junior
High school, E. 5th St.. Hlaleah
i. Fulford school, North Miami Beach
'. vtiiliniii Jennings Bryan school
1200 N.E. 125th St., North Miami!
i. Earllngton Heights Elementary
school, 1740 N.W. 22nd Ave
S. Little River ichool, 514 N.W. 77th
:<. Miami Shores Elementary school
10361 N.E 5th Ave.
10. Bethune Elementary school (Ne-
Bro3, 4801 S.W. 25th Ct.
11. Liberty City Elementary school,
(Negro), 6020 N.W. 17th Ave
12. L>orsej High school (Negro),' Tl(ii)
-N.W 17th Ave.
13. Liberty Square auditorium (Ne-
gro). N.W nth Ave. ana 63rd si
BOARD NO. 46
14. Lobby of Dads oounty courthouse,
15. Miami Senior Hiuh school, 2i:,i>
S.W. 1st St.
16. Robert K. Lee Junior lliKh school.
3100 N.W. 5th Ave.
17. Comstock Elementary school, 24281
N.W. lsth Ave.
18. Highland Park Elementary schocfl
1020 N.W, Till Ave.
19. Mlramar Elementary school, ma.
N.E. l!>th St.
20. Riverside Elementary school, ^21
S.W. 12th Ave
21. Booker T. Washington Junior-
Senior lliuh school (Negro), 1200
N.W. 6th Ave.
ci'hc following at .Miami Beach)
22. North Beach Elementary school,
.11 list St.
23. Central Beach Elementary school,
1120 Washington Ave.
24. Miami Beach Senior lliuh school,
1420 Drexel Ave.
25. South Beach Elementary scl.....I,
385 Lenox Ave.
26. Biscayne Elementary scl.....I. 77th
St,
BOARD NO. 47
:'7. Homestead City Hall.
:'s. Perrlne City Call
29. South Miami City Hall.
:!. J. It. 10. I..... school, b'outh Miami.
31. American Le C......nut Grove. *_
New Structure
\'ai's Completion
Nearing completion is the new
community center building of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, Charles Adelman, chair-
man of the building committee,
arnounced. The new structure
will house the religious schools
of the congregation and will also
afford the expansion of the social
and cultural activities of the
group. A Hebrew nursery is being
planned for the coming year and
a thorough program of youth ac-
tivities in conjunction with the
operation of YMHA extension ac-
tivities.
Rabbi Murray Grauer an-
nounced that registration of stu-
dents for the daily religious
school and the Sunday school will
82. George Washington Carver lliuh
school (Negro), 238 Grand Ave,
Coconut Qrove.
33. Coral Gables City Hall.
:;i Shenandoah Elementary school
mi':: 8.W, 21st Ave.
::.. Coral Way Elementary school.
I!'.'." S.W. 18th Ave,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dee-Llclous Products :ii 5905 N.W
I7ih Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl of Dade County
Plorlda.
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High Holiday seat reservations
will be honored by the seating
committee starting Sunday,
August 29, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and
7 to 9 p.m., daily except Friday,
according- to Sidney H. Palmer,
president of the congregation.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27,
Mrs. Wm. Peretzman
Beach Couple
Pledge Troth
He lore Eironisli
Miss Ruthe Singer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Singer. 1040
15th St.. Miami Beach, and Wil-
liam Peretzman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th
St.. Miami Beach, took their
nuptial vows before Rabbi Leon
Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday. August 22.
The bride's attendants were her
sister Evelyn, maid of honor, and
the Misses Anne Bearmar. and
Katherine Peretzman. the groom's
sister, bridesmaids. Flower girl
was Charlene Perry and ringer-
bearer, Bobby Cohen.
Edwin Peretzman served as his
brother's best man and Leonard
Hollander and Richard .Bell
served as usher.-.
Mr. and Mrs. Peretzman are
both graduates of Miami Beach
Senior High school and Mrs.
Peretzman did fashion modeling
before her marriage. The groom
served 18 months in the Navy
and attended the University ol
Miami.
Pioneer Clubs Join
To Sponsor Boatride
The Pioneer Women Club 1 of
Miami Beach and the Golda
Myerson Club will join efforts to
sponsor :, moonlight excursion
Sunday. August 29, of the yacht
7-Seas at pier 8.
Tickets for the boat rim are
$1.25 per person and the pro-
ceeds will go to the state of Is-
rael. Tickets can be obtained at
the dock and by contacting Mrs.
Lena Pushkin. 9-7917; Mrs Henry
Seitlin. 5-6380: and Mrs. Pearl
Kreiger, 82-6158.
5 '
Personally Speaking ... I
BIRT. and Mrs. Max R. Silver announce the, Wrth oj a son.
David Robert, on Saturday, August 21 at Jackson
Hospital.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robins m Baltimore August
10, a baby boy, James William.
* + *
Roberta Ellen, born to Mr. and Mrs Irving Laden. 2471 S.W.
21st Terr., August 9 at the Victoria Hospital.
Ann Marsha, born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer
at the St. Francis Hosp'tal August 13.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin announce the birth of Lawrence
Scott July 21 at the Victoria Hospital.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan announce the birth ol a baby boy
Auqust 25 at the Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* *
PERSMrN and'Mrs. Gus Zoslow recently ^5
wedding anniversary with a gathering at their home attended
by thirty-five friends and relates. Out-of-towners presen in-
cluded Dr. Charles F. Scmelson, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Kopin, of New Haven.
+
Euqene J. Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St., has returned to Miami
after an extended visit to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Weiss and their two daughters who will
remain in the north until October.
* *
Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, 710 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, is
recuperating after an illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
C. Nussbaum, of Jacksonville.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rivkind, of the Raleigh Hotel, left Wed-
nesday with their son for the north. They will visit their daughter
and grandchild in Cincinnati, followed by a short stay w.th
another daughter and her two children in New York. Before
returning to Miami around Labor Day, the Rivkinds will visit
their hometown of Boston.
* *
Mrs. Rose Hayes, secretary of Beth Jacob synagogue, is on
her vacation in New York City. i
* +
Convales'ng at Fayettesville, N. C. after a serious illness1
is Mrs. Maurice Mamches of Miami.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman have icturned from a two
month vacation in the north which included visit to New York,
FenMar, Baltimore and Washington.
-* *
Spending two weeks on an extended West Indies tour
which will include Havanna, Hati, the Dominican Republic,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Farr and son, Harvey.
* *
Dr. Alfred Augustine of Miami and Miami Beach.
has returned from a trip through England, Holland, Belgium.
Switzerland and France.
+ *
Vacationing at the Blue Horizon for a few days are Dr. and
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Wolfson and son have moved to
the'r new home 1815 S.W. 23rd St.
* *
At home after a 10 week stay in Parksville, N. Y. are Mr.
end Mrs. Meyer Venetsky, 2112 S.W. 14th Terr.
* *
Mrs. Max Shapiro will shortly return to her home from the
hospital where she will convalesce following an operation
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prosterman who have been spending
the summer in Chicago are leaving for Washington, D. C, on
the first of the month to spend a few days with their children
before returning to Miami Beach.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Groundwerg have returned to Miami
Beach following a trip to New York where they attended the
graduation exercises of their son, Moses from the Talmudical
Academy of the Yeshiva University, and a short trip to Havanna,
Cuba with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald.
Jr. Hadassah Holds
Regional Meeting
Begbining with the traditional
v:;il>l!, services and welcome
"eetings from prominent local
immunity and Zionist leaders.on
SaTurday. September 4 the South-
ern Region of Junior Hadassah
. ,H,n is annual conference.
S"s year conference headquarter
will be the Biltmore Hotel in At-
lanta, Georgia, from September
4-6.
Miss Harriet Cotton, president
0f the Southern Region, and Mrs.
Sidney Rich, conference chair-
* ,,. av, announced that Mi*
Mariorie Slusker, well known
';';,;,:.,. of the Work-Study
Group" of girls who recently re-
ined from a year's stay of work,
,,, an<3 study in Israel, will
headline the program of speaK-
prs. Miss Slusker. native of Lor-
,. Ohio, recently attained Na-
tional Junior Hadassah recogni-
tion on her alert, conc.se reports
0f her experiences and impres-
sions obtained while in Israel.
ng the later part of her stay.
Slusker close to spend some
on Cyprus, working with the
lewish agency relief groups
(here and studying conditions
among the Immigrants interned
bv the British on that island.
Thirty Organizations
Plan For Youth Month
Representatives from thirty
,] ,,-. ai izations met last night
Mayor Marcie Liberman to
.... plans for t e observance
o| National Youth Month which
occurs in September. Principal
speaker was Perry Botwin, chair-
of the youth conservation
committee of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith.
It was announced that an esti-
n ated 1500 persons active in local
youth work will be given the op-
portunity of viewing a special
film "Report for Action" at the
Capitol Theatre on September 9
as part of the forth-
I coming program.
Botwin was cl osen as overall
chairman of the observance at a
tint: of community representa-
vi i last week.
Y Opens Health Club
Next Wednesday
The Mian i Y announces the
opening of it.- Health Club Wed-
lay evening, September 1. at
"i 00 annual membership
in the health club allows use of
I i ti m loom, steam sponge
. ii Era red lamp treatment,
locker service, showers, electric
vibrator, lim n service and gym.
Membership is ope', to Y mem-
bers only. Those wishing to use,
i facilties who are not mem-
of the Health Club will pay
t iblishcd fci s.
Ethel Mintzer
ii. hel Mintzer
roth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843
S.W. 9th St., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ethel,
to Dr. Herbert Feinberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg of
Dover, N. J.
Miss Mintzer is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and Miami
Business college. The doctor is a
graduate of Dover High school
and Illinois College of Chiropody.
He interned at the Foot Clinics
of Chicago where he was a mem-
ber of Beta Tau Alpha, profes-
sional fraternity, and is practic-
ing at Miami Beach. Dr. Feinberg
is vice president of the Florida
Chiropody Assn. and is a past
pre sident of Dade County' Chiro-
pody Society.
The wedding is planned for
October.
Edna Budlow-Harry
Gompers Take Vows
Announcing the marriage of
their daughter, Edna, to Harry
Gompers, son of the late William
and Rebecca Gompers, are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow ol
Miami Beach, formerly of Balti-
more.
The wedding took place at Tem-
ple Isaiah Sunday, August 21
with Rabbi David Raab officiat-
ing A reception was tendered
at the Temple for the 85 guests
present.
Following an extended honey-
moon the couple will reside at
167 N.W. 38th St.. Miami.
Miami Beach AVC
Celebrate V-J Day
The third celebration of V-J
Di 5 will he observed by the
Americans Veteran Committee,
Mi n ; Be: cl Chapter, which has
announced plans for a gigantic
rally in Flamingo Park on the
eyi ning of September 2. Admis-
sioi to ihe event, which will com-
!,: i-' speechi S, musics and a play.
will be free,
$*!
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BAKED BEANS
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STRICT RABBINICAL ,
SUPERVISION
SPECIAL SALE OF
S A M SOX
RUBBER BLADE
A X S
Formerly SIP.50
Priced S21.95 ,0
The utmost in safety. Blades
of Fan are made of rubber.
They are likewise very dura-
ble, and efficient.
UNITY
ELECTRIC CO.
Sidney S. Margulies, Prop.
1054 Alton Read
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4570 5-6269
iirdines
HEISEY'S
PLANTATION"
gracious new
pattern in
HAND CAST
STEMWARE
l
70c
each
hospitality of the South abou
in 'this smart new Hew.
pattern. Inspired b> jhe ^
lous pineapple. tiao"
symbol of hospitality. P"d
lionMs a modern treagen^
1 i< era-nous token o:" jc
paced life on the vast trap
estates.
Other Heisey f%*
Glassware Celery J '
Oil and vinegar container*^
each....... .
Mayonnaise dish with $j
ladle set ft
Pickle dish
Burdine'., Mia""
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)AY, AUGUST 27, 1948
+ ki*l n*ri4irnn
>brew Institution
gins Second Year
1 August 30. exactly one year
fcJ the establishment of the
ISLw Academy, registration
Commence for the second
tr of its activity. The Hebrew
fademv. which launched its uni-
aQfovm of education in the
kater Miami community, is lo-
hort at 018 6th St., Miami Beach
Erncr Jefferson Ave.) and con-
Itutes the first all-day academy
'the South Eastern region of
le United States.
|ThP institution boasts of its
Vdcrn and well-equipped school
future with a 400 seat audi-
Irium with theatrically equipped
Le large airy classrooms, out-
tV Playground, library and
fcsic room, a professional arts
crafts department, clinic
ljnfi r0om and kitchen.
f'Th(, Hebrew Academy is a non
Lfj, community project spon-
Lrcd by outstanding leaders and
fucators of the community. The
threw Academy offers a dis-
nctive program blending a com-
l ve and integrated curri-
blum of progressive American
Id secular training with mten-
|vc II. rew studies.
Ttijs year. 1948-49, the academy
HU offer elementary classes from
L first through the sixth years.
,,.,. are also kindergarten
Troups for children of ages 4-5ft
Bars,
. In addition to an expert and
Icensed faculty of educators, and
laximum compliance with the i
oard of education requirement-
-f Dade county as of the State of
Florida the Hebrew Academy has
Idopt.'d progressive standards and
Lthodology in its approach and
krcsintation of modern educa-
tion A complete integration of
111 studi'-. has made possible the
ttablishment of a full and in-
lusive educational program
Uhich offers to the children of
Jiami Beach and Miami, not only
very subject offered in public
fcrools, but additional courses in
nusic and music .appreciation,
nanual and expressional arts, na-
|un study, crafts, and science.
imong the extra-curricular ac-
Bvities M the academy are the
newspaper publication "The
Ech<>" written, composed and pro-
duced by the students of the
head, n y, as well as many drama-
Ik' musical performances present-
ed by the children of the academy.
Dr. David Andron is president
Df the institution.
Berie Axlrod
Miss Axlrod Betrothed
The engagement of Miss Beryle
Axlrod to Alvin J. Glick has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W.
18th Ct. Mr. Glick is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glick, 1560
S.W. 5th St. The wedding will
take place early next spring.
Robbins-Rabinowitz
Nuptials Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robbins
of Philadelphia, Pa., announce
the betrothal of their daughter
Henrietta to Martin L. Rabino-
witz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Rabinowitz, 2J73 S.W. 16th Terr.
The ceremony will take place
September 28 at the Warwick
Hotel in Philadelphia.
Ilsaac Levin Lodge
|Gives Annual Dinner
Th.' Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai
i will hold its annual sum-
in : icial event on September
|2. Following a dinner at the Monte
l( Club. 700 S.W. 8th St..
[r bers and guests will adjourn
[to the home of Sidney and Dave
lAfller, 853 Sunset Drive for a
[swim-dance. The evening's festivi-
ties are open to prospective mem-
|bers and their dates.
Chairman Morton L. Perry is
[planrinc tne affair, assisted by
[Martin Rosen and Stephen Davis.
I The cost of the dinner will be
I $2.25 per person.
Singer Delegate
Of Beach V Jl IIA
At Youth Meet
Joseph H. Singer, representing
the Miami Beach YM & YWHA. is
one of the delegates to the Na-
tional Jewish Youth Conference,
which the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board and the JWB-spon
sored National Jewish Youth
Planning Commission are sponsor-
ing at Camp Wei-Met, Narrows-
burg, N. Y., from September 3 to
10. This is the first conference
of its kind ever to be held in the
United States.
Eliahu Epstein, first Israeli
minister to the United States,
will be one of the principal
speakers at the confernce, pur-
pose of which is to bring into
dear focus the function and ac-
tivities of youth councils, to dis-
uss common problems and basic
issues facing Jewish and other
vouth. and to investigate the
feasibility of creating a perman-
ent body through which prograrr
ideas. techniques and experiences
of Jewish youth groups may be
exchanged.
Tropical Lodge
Features Sports
Sports events will feature the
coming week's activities of the
B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge No.
1713, according to Saul Genet,
publicity chairman. On Sunday
at 10 a.m. Lodge members will
meet the Sholem Lodge men in a
tennis match at Flamingo Park
Tennis Courts, llh St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Tropical Lodge team
will consist of Mark Brown, Saul
Genet, Herb Zwick, Mark Shavel,
Art Stein, Irv Shlomawitz and
Mart Garfield. Participating for
Sholem Lodge are Perry Botwin,
Milton A. Friedman and Sol
Rovin.
A bowling night to which
members and friends are invited
has been planned for Monday at
the Playdium Bowling Lanes,
3737 S.W. 8th St. Matches will
begin at 8:15 p.m. Tropical Lodge
will furnish transportation home
for those not having cars.
MB Y Nursery School
Registration Begins
Applications for admission to
the nursery school to be conducted
by the Beach Y are now being
accepted at the office, 1536 Bay-
Road. Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein has
been appointed director. A grad-
uate of the New York Training
School for Teacheis, Mi*. Bern-
stein has had many years' ex-
perience in pre-school edu-ation.
She holds a B.S. degree ill Educa-
tion and a Misters in Psyeho'.og;
and Mental Hygiene.
Gus Jacobson, executive direc-
tor of the Beach "Y," has an-
nounced that experienced pre-
school teachers are needed and
that applications will be gladly
accepted. The nursery school is
scheduled to open about the 1st
of October. Information may be
obtained by calling 5-5319.
Pictured above from left to right are Misses Trudi Lach, Char-
lotte Sandier and Donna Feldman who are in charge of arrange-
ments for the DEBB's Holiday JamborEve, September 5th at 3
p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Hal Murray of WKA1
will be master of ceremonies while judges for the young adult
talent show will be Dick Parker, WMBM; Eve Telegan, WQAM
and Sonny Sheppard, Wometco Theatre. ______________________
Group Hoars
Or. S. Kriesler
Dr. Seymour Kriesler addressed
the sisterhood of Temple Isaiah
Tuesday evening on the import-
ance of cooperation between the
Temple and sisterhood. Mrs. Hat-
tie Mechlowitz, acting chairman
during the absence of Mrs. Faye
Tupler, introduced Rabbi David
Rs&b who delineated the program
for the religious school.
Committee chairmen appointed .
during the meeting were: Mes-j tne tim
cames Anna Strauss, visitation;1
Clara Mae Van Ness, telephom
Three Theatres Show
"Case Of Mrs. Conrad"
First Miami showing of the new
March of Time film "The Case of
Mrs. Conrad" will be seen at
Wometeo's Town, Surf and Cameo
Theatres from September 1st
through the 3rd. It will be shown
at other Wometco Theatres later
in the month and in October.
The Case of Mrs. Conrad" pre-
sents the history of a patient from
she is informed of a
need for an operation through
l^iaru Mac van mi:, ifn-uiiuiK-, ..:
Gil Balkin. publicity and bulle- pre-operative tests, the ope.ation
tin: Charles Gordon, religious j itself, and post-operative care.
Beach Offices Opened
Walter P. Vollweiler, formerly
of Miami, has opened new offices
in the Lincoln Building. 350 Lin-
coln Road. Known as the Beach
Optical Service, the firm will
specialize in filling oculists' pre-
scriptions and duplicating lenses.
It will also carry a large stock of
latest style frames.
Walker To Be Speaker
Robert V. Walker, vice presi-
dent of the First Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association, will be
the guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Club on Friday, August 27, at
12:15 p.m. in the Downtown Club,
Seybold Arcade.
school: Irwin Berry, alter-flow-
ers; Sarah Shulman and Clara
Mae Van Ness, representatives to
the Temple membership commit-
tee; Charles Raab and Ben Silver,
ways and means: Al Cohen, hos-
pitality: Abe Hirsch. temporary-
treasurer; Lilyan Drucker, enter-
tainment.
Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus, chairman
of the constitution and by-laws
committee, and committee wom-
en, Meclowitz, Tupler and Van
Ness, will draw up the constitu-
tion and present it before the
group at the next regular meeting,
announced Rabbi Raab.
The latest aspects of medical tech-
r.ic are shown including the use
of new apparatus and tests. The
March of Time film illustrates
the remarkable charges and im-
provements which have taken
place in surgical and hospital
practice in recent years.
UNVEILINGS
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Isaac
Rosengarten will take place Sun-
day. August 29 at 2 p.m. in the
Jewish section of Woodlawn Park
j cemetery with Rabbi Max Shap
iro officiating. Friend and rela
1 tives are asked to attend.
A monument to the memory of
the late Mrs. Shirley Wallace
Sunshine will be unveiled Sunday
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at one
o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate at the ceremonies. Gor-
don Monument Company is in
charge of arrangements.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Victor
Mell, husband of Minna Mell, will
take place Sunday, August 29 at
11 m. in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi
Murray Grauer will officiate. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Gor-
don Monument Co.
Ted Dortch Guesses
Identity Of Mr. "Who"
Winner of the "Who's Who"
contest at the dance given by the
Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
last Saturday evening was Ted
Dortch of Miami Beach, who
guessed the identity of the mys-
tery celebrity as that of Nino
Yacovino, night club entertainer.
Unexpected highlight of the
evening was the sale, for $200,
of two dresses donated to the
Junior Hadassah by Wahl's Ex-
clusively Yours, 1045 Lincoln Rd.,
announced Mrs. Gerald Soltz
chairman. The dresses, modeled
bv Miss L. Savage. Powers mode I,
and Micki Pearlman. New York
Fashion model, were bought by a
Mr- Salmon of Cleveland, O.
Union Speaker Here
Field representative of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, Rabbi Martin Hinchin,
of Dothan, Ala., was guest speaker
at a reception in his honor Wed-
nesdav, August 25, at the Hillel
House. Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter sponsored the affair.
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Kindergarten (from 4 to 5'z years of age)
The Families of the late
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FRIDAY,
AUGUST
27.



I


Pomerantz Chosen
Director
Activity
Max Meisel. president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education an-
nounced this week the employ-
ment of Hyman Pomerantz of
North Bergen, N. J.. as extension
activities director of the BJE.
Mr. Pomerantz holds a B.A. de-
gree from Yeshivah University, a
teacher's license from the Teach-
ers Institute of Yeshivah Uni-
versity, and an M.A. degree in
Educational Psychology fron
Teachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity. He has also begun work
on his doctorate in Semitic lan-
guages at Yeshivah University.
Mr. Pomerantz has had varied
experiences in Jewish education
as teacher and principal and has
been associated with Temple Zion
Hebrew School. Bronx, N. Y.,
Kingsway Jewish Community
Center, Brooklyn. N. Y.. Beth El,
Fnglewood, N. J., and Yeshivah
of Central Queens. N. Y. During
the summers. Mr. Pomerantz has
been head counsellor at children's
camps.
He will assume his duties on
September 1 and will work under
the supervision of A. P. Cannes,
executive director of tie Bureau.
Mr. Meisel indicated that Mr
Pomerantz will he in charge of
the Hebrew High School. High
School for Jewish Studies, Adult
Education, and will be consultant
o youth groups requesting assist-
ant in planning programs. He
will also develop inter-school ac-
tivities.
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Service Friday night Hi S:lJi p.m..
the rabbi will speak <>n "if Prayei Be
Hi. V.....i of God." I M. Seymour Krels-
Irr uili read the ncrlptural lenson. A
ivi-pptlon u ill follow
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colinan A. Zwitman: Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath evening Bervln .- al B:l'i
p.m. Rabbi Zwitman \% i11 conduct
Hen Ices,
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Forl Lauderdale.
Frldaj evening services at
Sp< .ii.-:- i.. in- announced.
The Jewish University
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The p.iil I : 'v- I ;|r,i '" u''t' Sho
knows that if she displays to..
t an eagerness, it will work
up an atmosphere leading to re
jection ral i r than an acceptam i
on t: e part ol the boy friend. She
may never have studied psycho-
logy, she may i "t even know
hat the word meat s, yel she
this subtli principle.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Belh Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday \ enlng sei \ lei u in m in
Saturdu) morning services al N W
i -i in. The rabbi will speah mi the
I I'oi tion of the Week. Saturdnj at. r-
I noon .ii ii.m. the rabbi will speak on
"The Ktlii.s of Om Pathers."
Mineha al ; .m. followed b>
Shulos Seud followed l..i .i class in Jewish Laws
and Customs. Morning services dallj
at 7:30 a m. followed l>> a class in
Mlshnah.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
i-'i lda> veiling services al ;::t n.ni
Saturday morning servli
Scholarships To
Hraiidcis (iivi>n
Bv Ladies Group
WALTHAM. Mass.Two full
tuition scholarship to Brandeis
University were donated by the
National Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans.
The two scholarships are re-
served for daughters of veterans.
A check covering t sol olar-
ships was presented by Mis. Jen-
nie Silverman, to George Alpert.
president of the board of trustees
of the university last week.
The new university, first Jew-
ish-sponsored, nonsectarian col-
lege, win open for its first term
this October.
"'It is with gnat pleasure."
Mrs. Silverman said, "that I make
this presentation, on behalf of the
thousands of women in the Na-
tional Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans. We feel
confident that this university, es-
tablished in the name of the Jews
of America, will become an im-
portant contributor to higher ed-
ucation in America."
In accepting the award. Mr.
Alpert said. "Please extend, on
behalf of Brandeis University, our
deep and abiding gratitude to the
Auxiliary for its generosity and
thoughtfulness in establishing
these scholarships.
"The granting of scholarships
is on0 of the most inspiring of
deeds. It represent an investment
m civilization and betokens faith
m the future."
......o ..........i ;t ,iin
abb! Sun..a April will speak on
The L'ses of Symbolism." Mliichn al
'i p.m. followed i>\ Shalox Si
Itabbl will speak on the I'oi lion nf Hi.
^ k 11, l.n .hhI rells.....- v, |.....|
: Kislrul Ion ilall>. !l a in to 12 n.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
a Friday evening services al ( 15 pn
Sabbath morning services ,ii :>
a.m. Mlncha at 6:45 followed bj Shalos
Seud*s. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion ,.f the Week Siimmei
sessions <.f the Religious School will
>p iicid during the months ol
and August from i".i"> a.m. to l no
P.m. Monday through Friday Regis-
tration dally at office. I>allj neivli
at 8 p.m., ? p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening aervl.. al 6 30 ii m
,*' '!',h,y '"'','!'k services al i
antor Miit.m freedman ..f New Vork
'oau,-,; will apeak on "The Portion ,.f
Week Mlncha ni 6.13 ,,., ,,,|.
1 >' Shalos Seudos, Registration
I..W.
for
Kin
Hebrew and religious si hool* b-
' Aug. so, io a.m. to 12......ii
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Belh David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamche? ', '' ;'n'-"U11''-nvn! that the
s.u'o1;;":.1;';SS !??!" 'i P !'!. w:r. coIlee in America,
The standard cord of wood is
a stack of four-foot logs, or split
wood, piled four feet high and
eight feet long. It occupies 128
cubic feet and contains 95 cubic-
feet of solid wood.
Sabbath'-ervlcS. at'Tso* a m" ReU
nan,, r Rls
a m. Monday. Cuwg dally, Mondav
thraush Thursday, 8 a.m to 12 noo*
Mid-summer service Saturday nlint
Ausjurt h at 7:30 p.m. Tlsha Sav
ti*;. c;,";"',j",K ,h- frucOM M
i.i.r \ v ii ii \ SnaP'r will discuss the
latest developments in the "Third &
Final Hebrew Commonwealth."
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi-
am! Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina
".....' service .- ,,.,
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Tl e same principle holds .-ill
througl life II you show you are
,.....>ager for jo an i keep nn
pestering the man who has tl e
job i" give, the chances are you
will rum your prospi i ts The vi rj
fact thai you are over-eager foi
it seems to build up a resistance
to yi u in the mind ol tl e em-
ployer.
From om- standpoint, ; looks wrong W > ou want a
thing very muc should i ature
conspire against you" Y< t there
i- something beneficient in I
principle, too. Nature seems to
say to us: "You shall nol e a
supplicant You musl not be ;i
beggar. You are not to prostrate
yourself before anyone, :"i love.
for employmei :. foi anything.
Arc you ;i worm thai you should
crawl? You can get that which
you want only by assuming i qua
dignity >\it'". ihe object sought."
Tl e same principle, I say. runs
through everything, Tl e man who
has money gets credit easily fron
the I ank, although e needs the
money less than tin poor man.
Zionist philosophy, too, largely
ignii i tl is principle Why is
the Jew rejected evcrywl i
pl3 : the reason tl .it he ha
o homi Once he has anothi i
place to go to, their will less
1 ection of the Jew in ;,11 parti
of the world.
Before the rise of the many
Catholic colleges in the country,
I ave been told, there was \i
great deal of discrimination
against Catholics in our universi-
ties. Today, that has almost
i. Catholics have built so
many colleges of their own. t
no universitj any longer thinks
'' discriminating againsl them.
When you are m a position to
ask no favors, you will he grantee
a favors. That is the iron law of
psychology,
heartening one. The Hebrew Un-
iversity has already begun func-
tiouirig as ,.n "oUtli t" for Amer-
icai Jewish students, to some ex-
tent, hut there is no reason why
we -h iuld nol have other Jewish
universities in America.
(ince they are established, they
will not only provide havens for
Jewish students, but they will
i egin to change the whole psy-
chology al out the admission of
Jewish students to other uni-
versities. When we don't need
hem so much, they will begin to
welcome us.
But there is another rtason, and
to my mind, a very important
one. why we should encourage
Jewish colleges in America. I
t! mk we should do it from the
American standpoint.
We Jews have a rich cultural
heritage. The Puritans built many
colleges on the heritage of the
Ola Testament alone, but we Jews
have more than the riches of the
Old Testament.
We have the Talmud, the Jew-
ish medeival philosophers, the
Kabalah, Hassidism. Wo have a
rich store from which American
life, as a wi:ole. not Jewish life
alone, may he enriched.
We have worked in the past on
the foolish and un-American
principle that the way of good
Americanism was to negate
everything Jewish in our life and
adopt all things of our neighbors.
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UDAY. AUGUST^l^
JEWS IN SPORTS
r> -an*hal the former see some lively action with one
1 h who wasn't given much league raicing from the other.
fennen; "ake the New York
Jiants
w York prexy Maurice Podoloff has ad- \
'' vised all members of the BAA to'
Of e!ia Fernandez
Concert Pianist
To Headline Show
Miss Ofelia Fernandez, concert
II
ance to XOt
antS f^SSS?in BSlSZ, Visd a" members f thC BAA t0'Pianist from Cuba, will appear as
t!'en hort weeks to be the best League rosters unless the other .
Dr. Shohat, Zionist Gives Israel Blood
B*nai B'rith Young Women and
- Tropical Lodge show night and
|hc presence of Bill SC% first. With the money the BAA dance Saturday 9 p.m. August
Columbia fame.^jw^ ^^ ^ has on hand the Natlonal League ^ ^ ^ Manils Hotel Miss
kf"k-i ups'flat on their faces shows poor taste in fighting tne j Fernandez> who has appeared
S thev try to keep up with newer loop instead of working I wjth the Havana Philharmonic
Jewish lad. What's more he it theni h..
iowl what to do with the ball
nce he snares the
(.lassy runner ^.^ clubs> Rochcster
snatcher in camp despite group starts gobbling players
Governali and Coner y
tround to throw him the ball.
Key should have himself many
a field day this fall.

Sid Luckman will not have too
(mUeh trouble working his way
E, shape with the Chicago
Rear* In practice games Sid
work,- in the quarterback slot for
both teams on offense. It will take
some time yet before Johnny
Lujack replaces El Sid in he
Bear T formation. The Brooklyn
ll(l iS a signal caller genius who
comes along once in a generation
and Coach George Halas is re-
luctant to let him quit or get too
fa: out of shape.

Another Chicagoan, Marshall
Biggv Goldberg of the Cardinals,
is hesitating about hanging up
the -spangles. He has been takled
into participating in the All Star
Game because of his savvy on de-
fei se. The Cards need him in
there against the strong offense
h Frank Leahy of the Col-
1, ge eleven will throw at the
National League Champs. After
the same Biggy is supposed to
V\ l l I lilt. JAUVl
...moniously to pro-1 orchestra, will headlire the varie-
pigskin He mote beUer "ndcrstandinS in Pr0" j ty show planned by the two Bnai
in the open, fessior.al basketball. Two Jewish B>rilh Lodges> for the purpose of
-J r-n^nrlv nonlrillllirl i I II i I : H(rh( SteT and :; ,. hiaila tnf iV\,\ nf
funds for
*ndi raising
Minneapolis, have moved from I Israel.
the National League to the BAA j Marshall Simmons, radio com-
where the cities are larger and' mentator, will be master of cere-
the possibilities
greater.
arc infinitely
Palestine League
Claims News Of
Bergson Concealed
The Miami Chapter of the
American League for a Free Pal-
estine has issued a release quoting
a joint statement made last Mon-
day by Senator Gillette and the
co-chairmen of the League
Louis Bromfield, Ben Hecht, Will
Rogers, Jr., Congressman Andrew
L Sommers, William B. Ziff and
Harry Louis Selden. The release
read as follows:
"We have just received advice
from Israel via Paris to the effect
that the Provisional Government
Of Israel has ordered a suppres-
' sion of all news concerning the
retire for good but the odds are hunger strike of Peter Bergson.
against it at this writing. jaCob Meridor, Moshe Hasson,
Eliahu Lankin and Amitzoor. No
word has been received regarding
these Hebrew patriots or the state
of their health and our informa-
tion further indicates that the
Ben Ourion government is riding
rough-shod over all legal and civil
rights and disregarding the mos'
elementary democratic proced-
ures. The five Hebrew patriots
have never been charged, have
been denied habeas corpus and
apoei, wkuuii, -, aii other common legal protec-
Glovinsky is going over the final tions, indicating that this is a
details for the games. Chicago ciear case of political vendetta,
and Philadelphia will see the in- The Ben Gurion government is
apparently ready to let these men i
monies of the event which will
also include popular ballads by
tenor Wally Neisen and a rhumba
contest for all members and
guests. Music will be by Jack
Stuart and his orchestra.
Dr.
Margaret Shohat, 22 year to raise funds with which to pur-
iold Indian doctor and active mem-
,uarc aim ma uh.mcsu. i ,iu ...~.~..--------------------------
Co-chairmen of the fund rais-1 bcr 0f tne Indian Zionist Youth
ing program arc Miss Elaine. js shown as she do_
Schwartz and Dr. Lester Gordon. .... th n ht_
They will be assisted by Misses I nates a pint of blood for the fight
Arlinc Sisselman, Dorothy Mi-
chelson. Dolly Stillman, Marjorie
Stern, Gloria .Farkas and Mark
Brown.
Tickets at $1.00 per person may
be obtained from members of
either B'nai B'rith group, or at
the door.
Chaim Glovinsky of Tel Aviv.
president of the Israel Football
Association, arrived in this coun-
ts last week to complete ar-
rangements for the tour being ar-
ranged for Israel's soccer team
wl ii h will make four appear-
ances in this country starting
September 6 in the Polo Grounds.
Representing three of the lead-
ing athletic associations in Is-
rael. Hapoel, Maccabi, and Betar.
Meyers-Roller Nuptials
Milton Meyers and Miss Minna
Roller announce their forthcom-
ing marriage on Sunday, August
29 at 2 p.m. at the Colony Res-
taurant, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
Girls Invited To
Golf Tournament
High school girls of Dade coun-
ty are invitee! to participate in
the Junior Girls Golf Tourna-
ment scheduled for September 1.
2 and 3 at the Granada Golf
Course, Coral Gables. The con-
test, spor sored by the Miami
Woman's Golf Association, is open
to girls between the ages of 12
and 18. Golf equipment will be
furnished if necessary. Further
information may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Lloyd Soulier at
48-1676.
ers and builders of Israel. A resi-
dent of Bombay, India, Dr.
Shohat is taking a post graduate
course in this country. Several
members of her family are al-
ready in Israel.
In cooperation with the Ameri-
can Red Mogan Dovid, the
Masada chapters of the New York
area recently sponsored a "Masa-
da Blood Bank Day," at which
time Dr. Shohat and representa-
tives of forty Masada chapters in
the metropolitan area of New
York donated blood for use in
Israel.
chase tetnus toxoid and tetnus
anti-toxin. Because of the heavy
fighting that has been taking
place in Israel in the past few
months, both of these items have
become very scarce and difficult
to obtain in the Near East. Both
Df these items are vitally needed
for the prevention of lockjaw
and gas gangrene in wounds.
W. E. Garrison Named
Campaign Manager
Wesley E. Garrison, Republican
State Committeeman, has been
appointed campaign manager of
the Dewey-Warren campaign for
Dade County's Republican party.
Mr. Garrison has filled this posi-
In conjunction with national tion in previous presidential
Masada's Red Mogan Dovid cam-
paign, the-local Masada chapters
in Miami and Miami Beach are
planning an intensive campaign
campaigns, in 1936 for Alf Lan-
don; 1940 for Wendell Wilkie; and
in'1944 for Dewey's first^ cam-
paign against Roosevelt.
vaders while New York gets them
twice. The proceeds of the two
New York games will be turned
over the Junior Division of the
United Jewish Appeal.
starve to death rather than set a
date for a trial or, if there is no
evidence, release them."
Steve Seymour made up for
his poor showing in the Olympics
in Paris this week when he took
the javelin event with a toss that
bettered the mark made by the
Olympic winner. Seymour fin-
ished second in the London games
when his right arm kicked up
and restrained him from making
anywhere near the distance he
had thrown the spear in Ameri-
can eliminations.

Although it is a little warm
yet the news from the pro basket-
ball field is still hotter. After
seemingly effecting a pace the
N tional and BAA loops have de-
rided not to get along, despite
the strong effort made bv the
hitter to accede to the National
League's demands. Consequently
a war looms between the loops
concerning players and you may
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Memorial Services
Will Be Held For
Victims of Tragedy
Memorial services for victims of
the recent tragedy in which three
n embers of a Miami family lost
their lives will
be held Saturday
at 8:30 p.m. at
Beth David Con-
gregation when
Rabbi Max
Shapiro will lead
the Habonim and
Farb.ind in offer-
inn praycis for
the late Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan
Weinstein and
their son Morton, of N.W. South
River Drive,
Her First Toothbrush:
SOS Gift From America
.
I. Wcnistem
The Weinsteins, accompanied
by Morton and another son Irv-
ing, together with a family friend
Miss Estelle Grcenberi*. of Mi-
ami, were travelling north to at-
tend the wedding of then oldest
son David when their automobile
was hit 11 ad on by large trailer-
truck, according to information
given to the Jewish Floridian by
close friends of the victims.
It was also disclosed that when
the Weinsteir.s saw the out-of-
control trailer bearing down upor
them they pulled over to the side
of the road. Irving, who was
seated in the back with Miss
Obit ""*!>*

* & *_
Sheindl S.. 4, in a DP camp in Munich, learns how to brush
her teeth with a brand new toothbrush, an SOS gift from Ameri
ca. The SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection of the
Joint Distribution Committee has shipped overseas thousands of
new household and comfort items contributed by manufacturers,
wholesalers and retailers. SOS supplies supplement the purchases
of the JDC for its overseas relief and rehabilitat'on programs
which are made possible by the United Jewish Appeal.
FlagiVr-lprsimiila Teams Mtn-t
T Flagler-Gran; la Ji nge in the
time of the regular Sunday n i
t to 10 a.m. at Kinlo< k Park.
Members of the bowling team u ;ted to continui theii
practices every Tuesday night at 8 B
I Alleys, The top ten men in thi bowlii t are:
Men
Estelle Greenberg
Greenberg, threw her to the floor
with him, thus saving both their
lives, although he is still hospital-
ized. Miss Greenberg escaped with
less serious injuries. The accident
occurred at one a.m. Saturday.
Funeral services and interment
took place in Baltimore.
M. Shinberg
L. Tenny
J. Shackman
H. Feldman
B. Clein
C. Sonne
J. Cohen
L. Wool
E. Block
G. Balber
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WAR DEAD
..... ,|,.i,i being returned from
,..,,.,. >u iiiiD week are S/Sgt. I.. i<>
.. .vi,|,nan, koii f Mrs. Claire Feld-
. n s W i lib St., Miami, and
,- R,,en, whoae next
if kin l Hxted :IS Maurice Rouen,
HI i'IImki Cl Coral Gables.
SGT. HERBERT BROWN
Service* for Sgl Herbert Brown,
i>> ".....! a ,. "'" in
, July 17, 14.. were
.,..i.i ThursiliO In lh- (lordon Funeral
.!,:,. ',,,,,.. i with Rabbi Max Shapiro
li ., (tended Seward Park
M ,klyn, N V and
. ,. f(ll,r years. His famllj
,l,.(| in Miami since 1936. He
years old o the lime "f his
. his n iri-ntn, Mr. and
i.... r ,wn, 946 S.W 4th SI : a
K Hrown. Miami, and
Mrti Xano HornlB, Mra.
lid Miss 1......thy
II of II miklyn
i, i,. ...inin, ti' e hv N man Hi <> Hrown
ll jewl li U ai Veterans.
MRS. ANNA HUREWITZ
\KI, mi of IT-'I Rodman SI Holly-
i i died in i local hospital
i. ni ,.f the
..,, _',; v, ,ii > li i\ lug come
Id -..n she i- survived i>> her
i|, Xai. thrci -"i: I 'i Arthur
Vi mil I lead H i m w
, uid Herbert Hun wit*, Miami:
\i Lillian S ,i in. sl.-oi.-..
; / ii, Mrs. Barbara Green-
\l Sarah S'iienl in m, Minni:
M nett> I'tley, Detroit; Mrs. Bather
i l .. udi i dull Mrs. Mil-
Kates, I la\ anna, I 'uh i: and
. S'athan ;i nbi rg of Miami
h i; ,, ii I ii rg "f i letrolt,
I Sen I wen held .it Gordon's l-'un. i -
.1 Home Max Shapiro of-
Ituriul was at Mi Xebo
i
PVT. SEYMOUR GOLDSTEIN
\ il.'i Sllel'id in .\ \.-.. Ml-
, |tea h In Hi 'i lii action of l.a.v te
i iIn South I'adflc, Xov. 21,
ni|i ||. was a holder of the Purple
Ilearl lid is sun Ivcd bj his parents
i i ioldsl in anil a
nnd sister, Mrs Renn
Mi sin: urn I'hlladelphia Graveside
. i were hi M by the
Vinerl n Ix-kIoii Guard II.......
Tl at 11:30 a m ai Mt. Xebo
\ i:,-.- side Mi inorial chapi l
MRS. JEAN SEITLIN
\m lent ul \r.i ml since
ilii I Momlaj al Kiversidi Hos-
i liens. Mrs Seltlln
apparel shops in
Me.\ nnd Kvei glades Hotels
hum years ago, Shi Is sui vlved
i Ku nuel nnd a da lighter
- ii. Services wen held VVednea-
ilai .i iiordon I'un, ral h< me.
Mew Organization
Launches Campari
Announces Nor*'
NEW YORK. (JTA, r**\
000 drive to aid JewTjM*
Moslem countries will he u""8 I
next month by a i?>
t.on. the Committee Fnr,r,ga%
gotten Million, it was^M
here this week bv ^ >
Norvick executive direcSV
of the funds will beta1? H
religious and cular -d "^
end provide food ard c\^* I
JawMh children n,?d5^J
Arab states.
siding
n V
Jewifh children in Trinoii, ,
Syria Iran and Frenjftfc
are living under the palling" circumstances ktl
stated. In Casablanca. VeZ!
fiO percent of the Jewish ch2J
die from tuberculosis befor T
reach their first birthd^S
of 260 teachers is at preset
gaged in an intensified edu
tmr.al program, Novick said, ,S'
mg that the committee is 2
fling to set up an additional 5
schools which will make poJJ.
the vnrollment of 10.000 child*.
The committee also plans to D^
vide care for the aged ar.d thei ill
Funds for this expanded d-o.
gram, Novick ixnlained an
.sought from Jewish communal
federations, individuals and va-
rious organizations. These viU j,
asked to "adopt" a Jewish child
living in an Arab country for a
one-year period for a sum d
Sinn. Those "adopting" a child
will be enabled to correspond wift
their beneficiaries through the
committee. The committee is a
completely non-political body.
Novick asserted. Among the spon-
sors of the group. Novick named
Dr. David dc Sola Pool, Samuel
Schneireson, Dr. Leo Jung. In-.
ing Burim and other prorffinent
Jewish leaders.

WEINER
\\, Miami

WrH Of Habeas
Corpus lfc>jc<*t<*d
TEL AVIV. (JTA) The Tel
Aviv district court rejected this
week the application for a writ
of habeas corpus for which the
Israeli lawyer Max Seligman had
applied in behalf of his clients.
Peter Bergson. Jacob Meridor and
three other members of the Irgun
Zvai Leumi. Their continued im-
prisonment was thus confirmed.
Judge L. Kassan dissented from
the opinion of the other two
judges sitting in the case. The
five detainees, who were arrested
after an Irgun gun-runner at-
'^mpted to land a cargo of arms
off Tel Aviv during the- first truce
period, sent letters today to a
number of prominent persons
stating that they intended to go
a hunger strike that would end
only with death.
Israel Applies For
U.N. Membership
(Continued from Page :
the result would be an in*..
inate ar.d uncertain political at-
mosphere for another full year."
The memorandum pointed nut
that the government of Israi 1 i x
ercises effective authority w I
a defined area and thus fulfills
the generally accepted definit
of statehood. It noted also that
Israel is independent of any other
government and has no military
commitments to any other t |
"which derogate from its full in-
dependence."
Describing the organization of
the government. Mr. Eban noted
that "The internal authi i I
fully accepted by the populat i
The government represents a
coalition and i? responsible to i
State Council of 37 mi ri
presenting pro rata all tin
ganized political parties within
the state."
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Ilik En I'olaml
WARSAW JTA 1 ee Nazi
iding Dr. Jos-
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Si etj [ Stal the Nazi
N tion-
plani
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I: to Bui hie r. Albeit
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Gesti| ere cspi
the K :
lowing t
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JACOB
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U ||,, is
11) his u ife, I 'i rtha: son,
Max \. JToi k. ami daughter,
Mr- Hull TM Vllam I., i i ue
Khl| ; il In Ni Voi k \>\
li< Kim I.- Men
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)AY. AUGUST 27, 1948
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PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
Having withdrawn from said con-
> i n 1 am no longer liable for pur-
ii.isi-s or orders given by DADE
HOME REMODELER8, 1067 N.W. T'.'th
Street, Miami, Florida. Its present
owners, agents or employees
HARRY BKRKK
former owner*
8/20-27
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX THE COUNTY JCI>OE"S COCRT
IN' AND Fr)R HADE COVSTY,
FLORIDA.No. 1S92.
IN RE: E8TATE of
E.MAN CEI. FROHMAN,
I leceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that )
have riled my final report and petlton
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the Estate of Emanuel Frohman, De-
ceased; anil that on the Tth day of
September, U'4S. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
.Judge of Hide County. Florida, for
approval Of said final report anil for
final discharge aa Executrix of the
K-t it.- of Emanuel Frohman. De-
ceased.
This 2nd day of August. 1948.
MRS. REBECCA FROHMAN,
Executrix
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executrix
a 6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
An Army chapel at Fort Sheridan, 111., was the
ne of this religious service for Jewish soldier?
line 109th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade, Illi-
National Guard, during maneuver exercises in
Snois and Wisconsin, under the command of
3 Gen. Julius Klein. Gen. Klein, who was on
military leave from his post of National Com-
mander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United
States of America, is shown (front row, left)
leading officers and men of the Brigade in re-
ligious observances.
Ir. Magnes Outlines
flan For Israeli-
irab Confederation
\rv.W YORK, (JTA)A pro-
|sul to set up a Palestine Con-
Jerationconsisting of an Is-
U and an Arab statewasj
-acii' here this week in a state-
lent issued by Dr. Judah L.
launcs, president of the Ihud As-
Eiation. The Ihud leader, who
now in the United States, re-
a.-id the text of a 10-point pro-
Jam outlining the establishment
the Ihud-advoeated Palestine
pnfederation. The program calLs
r:
11. Establishment of a Cor.fed-
Jation by agreement between Is-
and the new Arab state of
ratine, possibly including
tansjordan, with Jerusalem as
Jpital of this Confederation. A
jrdinated foreign policy and
ensures' of common defense to
developed by the Confedera-
in.
|2. Boundaries of the two states
be determined by negotiation
|tween Israelis and Arabs,
lor than imposed by an out-
ie body.
Economic Union of the two
ites as decreed by the U.N., to
in.plemcnted immediately.
|4. A Supreme Court of the
Drift-deration which would de-
le the sovereign rights to be
served to the respective states,
decide questions in dispute be-
tween them, and safeguard re-
ligious, minority and civil sights
in both states.
5. Immigration and land own-
ership to be left to the authorities
of the respective states for the
next'twc years; thereafter, these
questions to he determined by
the Confederation, or, in cr.se of
irreconcilable conflict, by the
U.N.
6. Jerusalem in addition to
being the capital of the Confeder-
ation, to be a demilitarized, in-
ternationalized zone.
7. Some form of international
guarantee must be given to each
state against attack from any
neighboring country.
8. Restoration by each party
of territory it has conquered out-
side the boundaries fixed by the
U.N., with modifications per-
mitted if agreed to by both sides.
9. Appointment* by the U.N.
of a special commissioner with
authority to re-establish economic
life and central services. Thi;
commissioner, working from Jer-
usalem, should remain until a
joint economic council has been
established by the two states.
10. Safeguarding of essential
supplies for Jerusalem with the
Jerusalem-Tel Aviv-Jaffa High-
way temporarily placed under
U.N. protection. All efforts should
be made to preserve the char-
acter of the city as a spiritual
center cf world-vide importance,
Iwith special provision for repair
to the dairage caused by fight-
ing in the Old City.
WHAT VALUE CD YOU PUT
ON YOUR U. S. CITIZENSHIP
9
Millions of foreigners would
give everything they own to
come to America and begin
again.
But U. S. citizenship can-
not be purchased, for its
great value lies In the per-
sonal satisfaction, freedoms
and privileges too numerous
to list here. As an American,
you know them well. You
may even take them for
granted.
CAREERS WITH A FUTURE
U. S. Army and
U. S. Air Force
But these privileges and
freedoms are in danger.
Alert, strong, purposeful.
fighting men can help to hold
off this danger while world
understanding is built up.
Enemies know, as we know,
that a strong America will
be a peaceful America be-
cause no one will dare to
start trouble against us.
See If you measure up to
Army or Air Force standards
by visiting your nearest Re-
cruiting Station.
U. S. ABMY AMD U. S. AW FOACI
RECRUITING SERVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PARR IIt V CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY ;it 1329 North Bays!..... D Ive,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of bade County, Florida.
HENRY KAPLAN
MILLER & PODELL,
Attorneys
2:i". Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flu.
8 27 9 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEINKLES LIUCOK STORES at 1"S
Ponce iic Leon Boulevard, Coral
Cables, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I "ail.- County, Florida.
LEO A. < ilAIKIN
AARI >\ WEINKLE
CARL WEINKLE
Applicant s
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
v :'7 : 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.-'"I TH SEAS HOTEL at 1751 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
t.. register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
CEoRCK Col.DF.ERii
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
Applicant
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
v .'7 9 3-10-17-24
i lei K, i ircuit i our
(Circuit Court Seal)
p.. WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MARK iN" BROI IKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
27 :' ::-H>-lT
25 X. K. THIRD STREET, MIAMI
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ''lid TIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
HHIi.il-C.
FRANCES GLICKER, Plaintiff, vs.
HERMAN GLICKER, Defendant.
TO: HERMAN GLICKER
11203 i'iicny Avenue
Flushing
I-ong Island, Now York
Y"I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and
required to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styledy cause
mi or before September .::. 1948.
otherwise the Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Let mis order i- published once a
.ek for four successive weeks in
The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper1
published In Dade County, Florida.
Pated this 24th day of August,
1948.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
i"?.: Heybold liuililing
Miami. Florida
v 2i u 3-ln-17
,Hl
1
9*
OGUST BROS ftycr
Is the BEST.'
Sri
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE circuit COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
U8901.
VELMOND BOURQUE, Plaintiff, vs.
MINNIE BoURoue. Defendant.
TO: MRS. MINNIE BOURQUE
52 I-ALMOUTH STREET
RUMFORD, MAINE
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
lie an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
September H". 1948; otherwise* De-
cree pro confesso will be <*ntered
n Statutes of the State of Florida so
made and provided
Dated this 17 day of August, 194S.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
.circuit Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE,
Iieputv Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
^ 20-27 : :M"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Highland Park Market at 11"" N.W.
Mil Court. Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
MOE BERKOWITZ
ARNOLD JIURYITZ
(iwners
S/13-2i>-27 9':t-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIKC11T COURT UK TIIK
nth judicial ciiicriT in and
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 118807.
MORRIS BENDER, Plaintiff, vs.
AMY BENDER, Defendant,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: Mrs. Amy Mender
1668 Pophani Avenue
Bronx, New York
MRS, AMY BENDER
188 Circle Drive
Rosslyn Heights, Long Island.
New York.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the mil of Complain! for
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the n day
of September, 1948, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken aa confessed against
you.
Let this Order be published once a
we.k for four consecutive weeks in
the. JEWISH FLORID1AN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circlt Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
HARRY DIETZ
Solicitor for Plaintiff
170J Congress Building
Miami 82, Florida
8/13-20-27 9/3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT coCRT (>F TIIK
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OP
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
118867,
FLORENCE B. DRUBS, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM DRUBS. Helen,lant.
TO: WILLIAM DRUSS
in E. I9th Street
lirooklvn. New York
YOU ark HEREBY NOTIFIED
that J suit for divorce has been In-
stituted against yon, and you are
hereby required to file therein your
appearance or answer on or before
September C, 1948, otherwise the al-
legations of said bill will he taken
IS confessed by you.
Dated this tth day of August. 1948.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
111! Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8 6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TDK CIRCl'll.....CRT OF THF.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118686.
STANLEY LKIROWITZ, riaintlff, vs.
ANN BISHOP LKIROWITZ. De-
fendant.
To: Ann Bishop Leibowltl
Route 2, Box 217
Ventura, California
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 81st day of
August. 1!Is. otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Hated this 29th day of July. 1H48.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court.
"Circuit Court Seal)
By It. H. RICK, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
92! Lincoln Road
Ml imi Beach, Florida
v 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Garden Center at 11608 N.E.
2nd Ave Miami, Fiorina, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
ANTHONY VIRGA
NANCY VI RCA
Silver, Kaplan, Diets .* Lasky
Attorneys for applicants
^ 20-27 '.' 8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Waldner Hag Co. (Not Inc.J at 127
N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LEAH WAI.DNKR
Sole owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
S 20-27 9/3-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under .the fictitious name of
Miami Venetian Blind Mfg. Company
and Durable Venetian Blind Mfg.
Company at 2061-54 N.W. 2nd Ave..
Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
A ETTINGBR
Ownei*
S/13-20-27 9/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF TIIK
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 118924
JOSEPH ANTHoNY KLOSENSKI,
Plaintiff, VS. ANNA ELIZABETH '
Kla iSENSKI, I "efendnnt.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA ELIZABETH
KLOSENSKI,
171 I.oekw.....1 Avenue.
Stamford, Connecticut
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear t*. the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above styled cause on or before the
it day of September, 1948, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will I..- taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
Week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, B news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 17 day of August.
1948
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. E. HODGES,
Deputy Clerk.
SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ A LASKY
Solicitors for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
8 2"-i'7 9 8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTItTous"
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
.: ami Vogue Mfg. Co at 883 N.W.
22nd Lane, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk Of
tho Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
LoCIS ZAKARIN
8/6-18-20-27 9/3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT CoCRT OF THE
11 'III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \NI>
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 118780
BELLE BANNER, Plaintiff, vs. JACK
BANNER, Defendant.
To: JACK BANNER
is:, Bast 2nd street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to tin- Bill of Com-
plaint filed ill tin above styled cause,
on or before September ', 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this order be published once
a Week for four successive Weeks in
The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published in Dade Countv, Florida.
Dated this In day of August, 1948.
K. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court. -
(Circuit Court Seal*
By M C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1028 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8 '13-20-27 9 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n ime of
GOLDIN'S APOTHECARY at 1633
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDIN
JEROME GOLDIN
Applicants
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/18-20-27 9/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TIIK CIRCCIT COCRT OF TIIK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLl*.tlDA. IN AND I'oll DADK
col'NTY. N CHANCERY, No.
118966
JEAN LAMPART. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN
LAM PART, Defendant.
Yill', JOHN LAMPART, 2", ELTON
STREET, BROOKLYN 8, NEW YORK,
are notified to file your appearance
In the above cause for divorce, on or
before September 20, 1948, or a De-
cree Pro Confesso will he entered
against you.
DATED: August m, if. is.
E. B. LKATIIKRMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal"
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Mlnml, Florida
'8/20-27 9/3-10-17
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w State Spurs American Chalutzim
-Jenlsti fktldfan
PAGE FIFTEEN
CIABRIEL NEUMANN
I is the reaction of Ameri-
',,VIy to the rebirth of Is-
fcumber of obvious re.-pr es
l cited immediately; en-
tstic moral and financial
jrt on the part of the vast
, ,. accompanied by wide-
,d mobilization of manpower,
lU from blood donors to
rs.
the other side of the ledger
I anic stricken die-hards of
American Council for Juda-
r,.!. it with feverish haste
two blood donors to
i r ism."
\c haven't fully answered
iestion till we list the less
i .actions that indicate a
, ange in the way Jews
and act. In our search for
n, i of this type it is natural
n first to the youth which
nature, always been the
which is pledged entirely to
Chaluziut, tries to solve the Di-
lemma by establishing education-
al seminars at its training forms,
Where unaffilated individuals are
introduced to the ideology of the
organization. This ideology views
Zionism as the best means of
freeing the Jewish people from
oppression, and combines it with
an explicity Socialist interpret-
ation of the causes of that op-
pression. Zionism is, thereby,
closely linked with the struggle
for Socialism throughout the
world.
Hashomer Hadati is another ex-
clusively chalutz organization. It
is ortiodox in character, combin-
ing the ideal of self-labor (com-
mon to all chalutz groups* with
that of biblical tradition. Its mot-
to, "Torah Veavodah" (Torah and
Work), expresses its corcept of
the broad fulfillment of Jewish
pable of rapid and basic'tradition. A younger organiza-
tion than Harhomer Hatzair, it
has also grown rapidly during the
last few months.
The chalutz arms of the other
Zionist youth groups have also
the present trend continues it is Wan^n P.CH1S All- Florida IllClUgUrCll
hard to tell how far it will go.
"Will Chalutziut in America
ever become a mass movement?"
the leaders of the groups were
asked. The answers were all verv
similar: "The new state will grow
at a rate never before contem-
plated, and will draw chalntzim
from America on a scale never
before witnessed; but Chalutziut
can never really become a mass
movement because it involves too
large a step from established
ways of life for most indiv'duals
to take readily Mass immi-
gration to Israel from the United
States may come some day if
anti-Semitism gains the upper
handbut that would not be
Chalutziut ."
bish youth has, in the past.
fcd to Zionism in a variety of
The most personal identi-
loii with the cause has come
'chalutzim" (pioneers) 'expanded a great deal within a
vr ing men and women who similar period of time. These in-
led to cast their lot with the elude Plugat Aliyah, an affiliate
. Palestine, by settling ] of the General Zionist movement.
working towards '.he and Habor.im. the youth move-
I interests of the com- ment of the Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, which has added 150
of the Zionist youth | new members to its chalutz arm
in America have Chalut-[since the proclamation as com-
,ii entire program. The pared to about 70 for the entire
merely include it as an (preceding year. Habonim de-
rt, t phase of their activi- scribes itself as "laborite and lib-
mi even these usually eon-
their chalutz elements as the
jards of their movements.
if we're looking for per-
\w\ results in America of re-
events in fcrael. the response
lalutziut since May 14 might
| us an important clue.
m are a few facts gathered
brief survey conducted this
among American Zionist
groups.
Sisterhood Meeting
Plans Games Party
At a board meeting of the
sisterhood of Beth Jacob this week
final plans were completed on
the fund raising and map pro-
jects for the remainder of the
summer.
Mrs. M. B. Frank was named
chairman of the building fund.
Mrs. Ben Kalish will take charge
of the benefit games party, sched-
uled Aug. 30, in the Marseilles
hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Kitty
Kay, Mrs. Phillip Poris, Mrs.
Dave Whitman and Mrs. Max
Thurston will assist her.
era! in our approach to labor''
and believes in the formation of
the Jewish State as a "Jewish
cooperative commonwealth."
Haoleh is the chalutz arm of
the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed
eration of America It is bareb.
two years obi being the young
est of American chalutz organ-
izations. It is a novel experiment
in non-partisan chalutzuit. While
accepting certain basic premises
pokesman for "Hechalutz." common to all chalutz groups, it
Icmtral pioneer agency for leaves to the individual units of
of the organizations, re- future settlers the choice of ideo
Id that, beginning with the logical approachwhich may dif-
proclamation, a constant fer in each instance. Haoleh has
n of people had been con- ] grown by approximately 400^
: his office and stating their during the past year,
to become chalutzim." The It should be noted that despite
bsharah" (training) now their growth, the :.-halutz move-
a problem that never exist- menta st.-ll represent only a very
fcforea shortage not of ap-' small segment of American Jew-
it as in the past, but of sh or Zionist youth. Their mem-
linu facilities to meet the bership ranges from 100 to about
|1>- increased demand. 13.000, roughly in proportion to
imer Hatzair, a group their age. On the other hand, if
Network oj Muraclu Day Nurseries
Frees Israeli Mothers for War Work
A. F. Rich
In preparation for what is ex-
pected to be the largest and most
colorful inauguration in Florida's
gubernatorial history. Democratic-
nominee Fuller Warren has de-
signated A. F. (Pete) Rich, as
chairman, and Mrs. B. K. (Mary)
Roberts as vice chairman of what
Warren has described as "the all-
Florida inaugural committee."
Both are long-time residents of
Tallahassee. Governor -"nominee
Warren said such statewide in-
Mrs. B. K. Roberts
terest had developed in the in-
auguration next January 4 that
it was necessary to plan a com-
mittee to which additional per-
sons will be added shortly.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phono 2-7439
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Children at the Paxdess Channa Day Nursery receive loving
while their mothers work in factories and "groves to further
Israeli war effort. The Pardess Channa nursery is one of a
-ber of similar institutions established jointly by the Miirachi
nen's Organization of America and tho Moatsot Hapoalot of
eel Ha-Miirachi during World War II to free mothers for war
k Today the nursery is one of 47 projects sponsored by the
rachi Women's Organisation towards the upbuilding of Israel
he spirit of Torah.
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Louisiana Passes
Act To Lift Arms
Embargo Of Israel
Louisiana became the first state
in the United States to memorial-
ize the President, Harry S. Tru-
man, by legislative action to lilt
the Arms Embargo against the
New Republic of Israel when it
passed a resolution during the
recent session of the legislature
which not only askftl for this
action but also called for the en-
dorsement of its frontiers as
delineated by the United Nations.
This resolution not only recogn-
ized the new Republic of Israel
as voted by the United Nations
on November 29, 1947, but also
specifically stated that it "should
have the right to purchase arms
for its own defense, especially
since this is specifically recom-
mended in the partition plan, and
the enemies of Israel, the Arab
aggressor states, are obtaining a
plentitude of arms from other
sources." The resoluted stated
further, "For, it is the right of
all nations with whom the United
States is at peace to purchase-
arms in their own defense."
In its reference to the- bound-
aries of Israel, the resolution
staled, that "we endorse the
boundaries of Israel as outlined
by the United Nations decision of
November 29, 1947, so that there
will be no cramping of territory
which would still further work
handship on the resettlement of
the Jewish displaced persons,
which is one of the reasons for
the existence of the State of Is-
rael itself."
Both the leaders of the Baton
Rouge and New Orleans Zionist
Districts were, to a great extent,
responsible for the adoption of
this resolution by the State of
Louisiana. These districts carried
out the instructions of the recent
Louisiana State Zionist Confer-
ence held in New Orleans call-
ing for the Louisiana State Leg-
islature to further a resolution as
adopted.
The close cooperation between
tile Southwest and Southeast
Zionist Regions have hem a great
factor in a very successful Public-
Relations program worked out at
the Louisiana State Zionist Con-
ference which culminated in the
Israel support resolution which
was adopted by the State of
Louisiana. Isadore Seelig, New-
Orleans Public Relations ch'air-
man, has been in charge of the
work in the Southeastern Region.
AJ Congress Aids Victims Of Lebanese Piracy
FRIDAY;_AUgtjSt ?7
Four A-20 Bombers
Seized By Officials
Four A-20 bombers nr.j
to be destined for the |y
Israel were seized WpHnf^
federal autho, ,,,, ,*H
ard County airport in Fn
erdale. Camouflaged for
use, the planes were Ifa*
longing to -I., onard Bunu'l
forr.ia. Accord,ng to Suoen
Customs Agent Chester A fit
the ships are owned by "thfl
crowd" that sent three R ll
Palestine last June
Federal officials attribut.
lack of an export license asl
for the action.
SOLAR WATER SERvJ
REPAIRS AND
CALL 4-7485
B O O S T E .
DON S. COLEMAnI
Shown aboard the U.S. passenger ship Marine
Carp as -lie docked in New York recently are
some of the .men (mostly Americans and a few
Palestinians) who were taken off tie vessel en
route to Israel and jailed in Beirut.
Secretary of State Marshall has advised ( |
. man Arthur Klein of New York that charges
against U.S. Consular officials
' linn- ler invest|atior.The American
Jewish Cong provided legal aid fo. the
Amen, a- s involved and is demanding State De-
partmenl action to obtain indemnities for the men
from the Lebanese gov. n im nt.
$500,000 Campaign
To egin In Cuba
HAVANA, Cuba. (JTA)A de-
cision to launch a $500,000 cam-
paign for various Jewish needs in
this country and abroad was
adopted here this week by the
Central Committee of Jewish In-
stitutions.
Eighty percent of the funds
raised will be allocated to Israel,
while half of the remaining $100.-
000 will be used to aid Jew is!
refugees in Cuba. The balance
will be divided among various
other organizations, including tin
HIAS, CRT and the World Jew
ish Congress.
This is the largest campaign
ever launched among Jews in
Cuba. The biggest sum ever raised
for Jewish purposes in this coun
try was $80,000. In deciding t<>
launch a $500,000 campaign, Jew-
ish leaders here also agreed to
apply "sanctions" of a social na-
ture against those Jews who may
refuse to make increased con-
tributions.
Egypt!
MBJC To Begin
School Registration
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Hebrew and Sunday Schools
will begin registration on Mon-
day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
will continue throughout the
week. Parents are asked to ac-
company children when register-
ing. Hebrew School sessions will
commence Tuesday, September 7
at 3:30 p.m. with Sunday School
scheduled to begin on Sunday,
September 12 at 10 a.m. Bus
service to both schools will be
inaugurated this season. The
buses will originate at 41st St.
but will go further north if neces-
sary.
Miss Rosner To Marry
The September 12 wedding of
their daughter, Ruth, has been an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. David
Rosner of Miami Beach and At-
lantic City. Miss Rosner will wed
Jack Wolfe at the Oster.d Hotel.
Atlantic City.
The Rosners operate the Victor
Hotel on Miami Beach.
Bernadotte To Ask
For Recognition
STOCKHOLM. (JTA)U.N.
Palestine mediator Count Folke
Bernadotte intends to ask the
U.N. General Assembly, which
opens next month in Paris, that
it officially recognize the exist-
ence of Israel as an independent
stale, it was learned this week
from sources close to the medi-
ator who is now attending an
International Red Cross parley
here.
LOS ANGELES. (JTA) Perez
Hirschbein. noted Yiddish play-
wright and poet, died here this
week at the age of 68. after an
illness of several years. Funeral
services were held here.
A native of Byelorussia. Hirsch-
bein came to this country in 1911
and wrote prolific-ally for the
New York Yiddish stage and the
Yiddish newspapers. In addition
to his plays and poems, he was
also known for his children's
stories and travel books. His
works were translated into He-
brew. Russian and German. "The
Idle Inn," one of his plays, was
produced in New York on Broad
way.
Israel Protests
ian Seizure
Of Clothing Cargo
TEL AVIV. (JTA) The Israeli
government this week protested
to U.N. liaison officer John Reed-
man over the Egyptian govern-
ment's confiscation of 14(1 casi -
i clothing ami shoes contributed
by the South African Jewish com-
n unity to the Joint Distribution
Committee for new immigrants
tt Israel. The shipment was seized
pom the vessel Clipfontcin which.
was passing through the Suez
Canal.
A government spokesman re-
vealed that the Arab community
in Israel is receiving the same
food rations as Israelis. He noted
that the Arabs are being given
more flour than the Jews since
the\ consume more bread. In
Nazareth, the spokesman dis-
closed, die resumption of indus-
trial activity ha.- already begun
under tic direction of the Israeli
military governor and 100 Arabs
employed by the Israeli de-
partment of public works in that
town.
Half of the supply of water left
for the Nazareth population by
the British was used up when
the Israelis took over the town
and the supply had become dan-
gerously low. The Jewish military
governor arranged for bringing in
water through an Israeli water
company and the population's
supply is now sufficient, Tl i
spokesman also announced that
the Israeli government is plan-
ning to take a census of Jaffa.
Rankin Re-elected
Representative John E. Rankin,
known for his anti-Semitic
diatribes was re-elected to the
House of Representatives last
Tuesday with an overwhelming
majority. Rankin will serve his
15th term as representative from
Mississippi.
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