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

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

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VOLUME 21NUMBER 36
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
____________ MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Shertok And Bernadotte To Meet;
Israel Now Drafting Constitution
Eban Outlines Future Israel Policy At UN.
TEL AVIV, (JTA)U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte
and Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok will meet here this week,
it is learned. Bernadotte is expected to arrive at the Haifa head-
quarters of the U.N. from Amman, Transjordan.
Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative to the U.N., this week
told a press conference that the
U.N. will be failing in its duty
if it does not exercise the maxi-
mum of pressure of the Arab
states to meet with the Jews in
peace negotiations. Outlining the
policy Israel will follow at the
Paris meeting of the General As-
sembly. Eban assailed the in-
definite continuance of the truce
as "intolerable," asserting that the
"war is in progress mitigated only
to the extent that the firing has
been cut down."
Declaring that the "best way to
end the truce is by direct Arab-
Jewish negotiations," Eban as-
serted that the U.N. must force
the Arabs to enter such negotia-
tions since they have shown them-
selves to be reluctant to do so.
He added that "those who think
that the truce can continue in-
definitely and do not take action
to replace it by a permanent
peace" lack realism.
Eban told the conference that
Israeli's bid for membership in
the U.N. has the pledged support
of the United States. He said that
if Sir Alexander Cadogan, British
chairman of the Security Council,
at which the application will first
be considered, does not invite the
state of Israel directly but uses
a "euphemistic" device, Israel will
not attend the Council sessions.
He also denounced the American
refusal to permit displaced Jews
of military age to leave Germany
for Israel and Britain's detention
of refugee immigrants on Cyprus
as violations of the truce.
Arieh Altman, head of the Pal-
estine Revisionist Party, which is
meeting here this week, called
on Shertok not to meet with
Bernadotte. It is expected that
the conference will adopt a reso-
lution backing Altman's call.
Meir Grossman, head of the
American Revisionists, said that
in the future the right-wing move-
ment will devote itself to con-
structive work in the fields of
economics and the establishment
of settlements. The World Re-
visionist Convention opens here
this week.
Congressman Andrew Somers
of New York and Prof. Harper
V. Fowler of the American Lea-
gue for a Free Palestine narrowly
escaped death this week when an
Arab mortar shell exploded near
a jeep in which they are touring
the country. Somers later told a
Press conference that Israel,
needs not a $100,000,000 loan
(Continued on Page 16)

Jews Reteasetl
PARIS, (JTA) Fourteen
French Jews who were detained
in Egypt as a result of the anti-
Jewish feelings there, have been
released this week, according to
reliable reports reaching here.
The release followed representa-
tions by the French government.
World Zionist Executive
Elected; Cabinet Eliminated
TEL AVIV, Sept. 3. (JTA)The Zionist Ac-
tions Committee concluded its session today with
the election of a new World Zionist Executive
from which all members of the Israeli Cabinet
were eliminated except Eliezer Kaplan who was
given a seat without a portfolio.
Prior to the election of the new executive, it
was officially announced to the delegates that
David Ben Burion, Moshe Shertok, Goldie Meirson,
Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, Rabbi Judah L. Fischman
and Moshe Shapiroall members of the Israeli
Cabinethad given up their seats on the executive.
They have been replaced bv Dr. Israel Goldstein,
General Zionist; Levi Shkolnik, Laborite; Baruch
Zuckerman, Laborite; Zerubawel, United Workers
Party; Zvi Lurie, United Workers Party and
Itzhak Werfel, Mizrachi Labor. Yehuda Gravinsky
of the United Workers Party and Dr. I. Schecht-
man of the Revisionists were elected deputy mem-
bers. Leon Gelman of the Mizrachi was chosen
as an advisor.
The new executive, which now includes repre-
sentatives of the United Workers Party and the
Revisionists, will be divided into three branches.
The American branch will be composed Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. Hayim Greenberg, Zuckerman, Lurie.
Mrs. Rose Halpern and Eliahu Stone. Dr. Schecht-
man will act as deputy member in the American
U.S. To Relax Ban On Emigration of Jews MSSSSLi From Germany If UN. Mediator Agrees
Tunisia Stoned
PARIS, (JTA) Arab mobs
have stoned and inflicted some
damage on shops owned by Jews
and European in Sousse and else-
where in Tunisia, it was reported
here today. The sporadic out-
breaks followed the death in
Paris of Monces Bey, former ruler
of Tunisia, who was charged with
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
representative of the Israeli mis-
sion to the United States termed
a "condonation of illegality" the
State Department's reply this
week-end to the Israeli protest
against the interference of Amer-
ican military authorities in Ger-
many with the emigration of dis-
Dlaced Jews of military age to
Israel. The mission spokesman
*aid that Bernadotte never had
such powers and if the U.S. agrees
to his exercising such authority
it will be a party to an illegal act.
The U.S. note answering the
first Israeli diplomatic protest de-
clared that the United States ban
of Jewish emigration from Ger-
many to Israel can be partially
elaxed provided all Jews of mili-
tary age receive prior clearance
'rom United Nations mediator
Count Folke Bernadotte before
'saving Germany. But if Berna-
dotte decides to withhold such
rlearance, the United States mili-
tary authorities in Germany will
see to it that the present tem-
porary ban on all Jewish im-
migration of men between the
ages of 18 and 45 years is con-
tinued, the note said.
The Israeli mission spokesman,
who said that the formal reply
to'the U.S. note will come from
Tel AviV presently, stated that
the mission in Washington cannot
believe that the note represents
final U.S. policy. He added that
people of Israel will be "pro-
foundly disturbed" by the col-
laboration of the American gov-
ernment in a "policy designed to
block Jewish emigration to Is-
rael. He likened it to the British
policy of holding the Cyprus de-
tainees.
The spokesman said that the
note places the U.S. in the posi-
tion of forcing the "breaking up
of Jewish families which contain
men aged 18 to 45" or of condemn-
Dangers Of Political Instability Pondered
TEL AVIV, (JTA)France's struggles to form its 11th gov-
ernment in four years are being considered here by the drafters
of Israel's proposed constitution as they seek to adapt the
European type of parlamentary democracy, such as the French
system, for the Jewish state.
A Students of political science
who are members of the Consti-
tutional Committee are aware
that Israel, with even more poli-
tical parties than France, faces
the danger of governmental in-
stability with a parliamentary
democracy. In fact some of the
drafters had shown an interest in
the republican form of govern-
ment in the United States where
a certain degree of continuity in
government is assured by the
fact that a strong president is
elected to serve a given number
of years.
But this would mean one-party
ule, they reasoned, pointing out
at in the foreseeable future no
single party in Israel would hope-
to receive a fuU majority. Israel
has four major parties, each able
to count on the support of 12 to<
25 percent of the electorate, and
a number of minor parties. Con-
tending that a one-party execu-
tive would in effect disenfranchist-
the majority of the people, these
experts believe that the only fair
form of government would be one
permitting a coalition cabinet to
be based on an election by pre-
portional representation.
Furthermore, these political
scientists argue that the inhabit-
ants of Israel, who come mainly
from European countries, are not
accustomed to the United States
system. They expect to have a
one government responsibly to the
people's wishes as expressed by a
Parliament. Therefore the Con-
stitutional Committee is in gen-
branch and Gelman will serve as advisor to it.
The Jerusalem branch of the executive will
be composed of Dr. Goldstein, Berl Locker, Kaplan,
Shkolnik, Eliahu Dobkin, Moshe Kolodny, Rabb
Wolf Gold, Werfel, S. Z. Shragai and Zerubawel.
Gravinsky will be its deputy member. Prof. Selij;
Brodetsky will constitute a one-man Londoi
branch of the executive.
The American branch of the executive will in
elude the economic department, which is charge
with promoting trade and investment for Israel
It will also bear responsibility for public relation
among the Western Hemisphere countries. It is
also expected that Dr. Goldstein will succeed
Kaplan as treasurer of the World Zionist Or-
ganization.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann in a statement to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency declared: "The sharp
conflicts and differences of opinion at the present
session cannot reduce the value of the great con-
structive work of the session. The Actions Com-
mittee passed most important resolutions on the
next year's activities in the field of immigration
and economics. It adopted a positive attitude to-
wards the proposal of the General Zionists that
members of the Israeli Cabinet must resign from
the Zionist executive. It is noteworthy that one
of our important colleagues, Dr. Israel Goldstein,
will participate in the Jerusalem executive."
of the first applications of the
new law under which anti-Jew-
ish propaganda is treated as a
punishable offense, a district eral agreement on a government
court in Vaslui sentenced four jn which the President is inde-
local residents to four months of i pendent but relatively powerless
imprisonment each. They were rather like the British King or
all found guilty of "uttering racial
insults."
A Bucharest court this week
began hearing charges against
Leon Vanderger accused of re-
French Presidentand a cabinet
strong but responsible to the Par-
liament.
The governmental machinery,
as proposed in the document ac-
peatedly conducting convoys of cepted by the Constitutional
deported Jews to Transnistria
during the pro-Nazi regime and
with robbing them of their be-
longings. The accused was in hid-
Pro-Nazi activities during the war .
and whose return to power was the mission hoped for a prompt
* of the major demands of the' reversal at the "highest policy
Arab League. 'level." He also asserted that the
Committee as a basis for discus-
sion, would work thus: A one-
house legislature would be elected
and when the results were known,
the president,the method of
whose election has not yet been
- decidedwould confer with the
ceive them. In view of^the in- Bucharest street by one of his I party leaders and appoint a Cab-
definite nature of the Palestine vjctims
ing whole families to remain in; ing since tne liberation of Ru-
Europe although they wish to|mania and was arrested only
leave and Israel is anxious to re- recentiy when recognized on a
truce, he pointed out, this state
of affairs may last a long time, i
The U.S. note, signed by
Charles E. Saltzman, assistant
secretary of State for Occupied
Areas and addressed to Eliahu
Epstein, head of the Israeli mis-
sion here, said that U.S. military
authorities in Germany had been
instructed to continue their "pro-
hibition of the exit of emigrant?
for Israel identified as fightinp
personnel"
The U.S. note said that clear-
ances which Jews must receive
from Bernadotte in order to leave
Germany must be procured for
them by accredited representa-
tives of Israel who would have
to contact the mediator. Only
when these clearances are pre-
sented to American officials in
Germany in advance of the Jews'
departure can the American of-
ficials allow it.
I (Continued on Page 16)
Jewish Agency Decides To Give No
Funds To the Government Of Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Jewish Agency at a meeting today
adopted a resolution declaring that it would no longer contribute
funds for security, military or political purposes in Israel. The text
of the resolution reads:
"Whereas the state of Israel has been proclaimed and its Pro-
visional Government is now exercising all the functions and pre-
rogatives of government and particularly those necessary for the
preservation of life and property generally classified as security and
militar yfunctions as well as the political and governmental func-
lions in the relations of the Israel government to all other govern-
ments and to the United Nations, now therefore, be it resolved-
r "L ?hat from, aLnd after AuRJwt 1 no part of the funds of the
Jewish Agency will be expended for security, military and Dolitical
purposes nor for carrying on propaganda or otherwise attempting to
influence legislation; f""k xo
. u "?a Pau n funds of .the, A8ency be directly or indirectly con-
tributed to the government of Israel for any purpose whatsop"W-
3. That Agency funds will continue to SmSmfSSS for
charitable purposes and for no other use and purposes whatsoever"




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JWB's Implementation Ot Statement Ot
Principles To Be Mapped Out At Meeting
NEW YORKSteps toward putting into effect the Jewish
Community Center movement's newly adopted Statement of
Principles on Jewish Center Purposes and consideration of the
nature of the Jewish Center participation in the forthcoming
program of USO. whose reactivation was recently announced,
will constitute the principal busi-,
ness before the 1948 annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Center Division
Committee of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board.
Meeting on Saturday evening,
September 18 and all day Sun-
day, September 19. at the Hotel
Commodore. New York, the Jew-
ish Center Division Committee
will have before it a variety of
problems related to putting into
practice the new Statement of
Principles in all communities
where Jewish Centers function.
The principles were adopted at
the 1948 national convention of
JWB last May by delegates from
the 321 Centers affiliated with
JWB. the national association of
Jewish Centers and YM-YWHAs.
The Statement of Principles de-
scribes the Center as an agency
with which the American Jew
"identifier himself voluntarily."
and declares that in its total pro-
gram the Center "seeks to de-
velop and enrich human person-
ality and group association."
As the agency representing the
American Jewish community in
USO. JWB will utilize this first
major national JWB conference
since the passage of the new Se-
lective Service Act to accelerate
once again the active cooperation
of volunteers and local commit-
tees and facilities of the Jewish
communities in support of the
USO program. Closer integration
between the field staffs and the
volunteer committees of JWB's
Jewish Center Division and its
Armed Services Division will be
mapped because of the increaased
resoonsibilities that the draft act
will impose upon both JWB and
its member Centers.
Isaiah Sisterhood Plans
Friendship Supper-Dance
Outdoor dancing and enter-
tainment will follow the "Friend-
ship Supper" to be given on Sun-
day, September 19. at 7 p.m. by
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Coloring
will conduct services. Saturday morn-
ing services I..... a.m. tin- rabbi win
speak "ii Hi.- Portion of the Week.
Pally services at 8 a.m. ami 6:15
p.m. Hebrew school Monday thrown
Thursday :i::i" t" ,;::''" P-m. Sunday
school opening session on Bepl l-'.
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
[Friday evening services at G p.m.:
Saturday morning services at 8:80 a.m.
Rabbi Khaplro and Reverend Maim lies
nil! officiate. Hebrew School bi
Monday through Friday, 8:80 t<- 8:80
dally, Sunday School registration sun-
day morning at in a.m.
Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services ;ii 8:15
Rabbi Kaufman will speak on rne
Spirit of ih.- Law" Saturday morning
services at 10. Religious school on
s. ;.t il' ;.t i" 30 Registration from
' .i.iii to ,"i p.m. daily.
ORTHODOX
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 8:15 a.m.:
Saturday morning services al 9 a.m.
Mlshna classes at p.m. Mlncha al
; p m followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi "ill .-peak on tin- Portion of
(he Week. Hebrew School daily from
5:18 p. 8:30 p.m Sunday School ses-
sions uiii begin Sunday at 8:46.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 8:15:
Saturday morning services at '' a.m.
Junior congremitlon servicesal in
, in Rabbi rsrauer wil preach on tin*
Portion of tii. Week. Mlncha al :46
followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday
hooi at in a.m. Registration for
llgious school from 3:10 to 8 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
j 311 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
9-Jenistncrid/ar
M.isaila Sponsors
Swim-Danee
The Greater Miami Ma^ada
will sponsor a swim-dance to be
held on Saturday, September 18.
at 8:30 p.m.. at the Rita Pizza
Hotel. Sunny Kay. pantominist
will be guest star. Proceeds will
go toward the purchase of an am-
bulance and medical supplies for
the State of Israel. Tickets are
available at the Empire Hotel.
Collins Ave. and 8th St.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948
Beth Jacob Seats For
Holidays Available
The seating committee of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob will be at
the Synagogue daily beginning
Sunday. September 12. from 9 a.m.
to noon and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
On Friday tickets will be sold ir
the morning only and on Satur-
day after 8 p.m. Selichoss night.
September 25, is the deadline for
the selection of seats and the re-
deeming of tickets.
Sholem Lodge Third Annual FaS! Frolic
On Sunday To Feature 'Miss B'nai B rith
A aold lovinq cup will be presented to "Miss B'nai B nth
on Sunday atThe Sholem Lodge third annual fall frolic and
dance, to be held at the Frolics Club.
Entries received to date include Bunny Lynn. 1643 N.E.145th
St., Lois Nevins. 2352 S.W. 3rd St.. Marqaret Blau. 185 S.E.
14th Terr., and Florence Loving-
er, 2121 S.W. 6th St. Miss Loving-
er finished second in the 1947
contest.
Sam Silver, general chairman.
announces that the personality
and talent contest will remain
open to contestants until 7:30
P.M. Sunday, and young ladies
are permitted to wear either eve-
ning gowns or bathing suits in
the final judging. Entries requir-
ing orchestral accompaniment for
vocal numbers or dance routines
arc asked to report to Crusty Dry.
bread, orchestra leader, at 8:30
p.m. Sunday evening.
According to announcements by
Frank Jaffe and Sol Davis of the
contest committee, three promin-
ent theatrical personalities will
act as judges and their decision
will be final. Elimination contests
will be conducted throughout the
evening and the winner will be
selected promptly at 11 p.m.
Tickets at $1.50 are available
from members of the B'nai B'rith
offices. 330 Seybold Bldg. Mem-
bers of the women's B'nai B'rith
chapters will participate in gala
event, acting as waitresses and
hostesses. Members of the Dcbbs
Chapter and Clara Landau Chap-
ter have designed colorful cos-
tume.- tor the occasion. Refresh-
ments and drinks will be served.
Assisting Sam Silver with ar-
rangements will be E. Albert Pal-
lot, tickets: Irving Saal, person-
nel: Jerome Weinkle and Ben
Koven, games: Frank Jaffe and
Sol Davis, contest and publicity:
Dr. David Seitlin, refreshments
Cal Pont, food; John Kronenfeld
equipment and transportation and
Alex Cohen and Martin Moses,
prizes.
If You Desire
JEWISH
Cuisine
Try These
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SMOKED SALMON
CHOPPED LIVER
TOMATO HERRING
SOUR CREAM
SPECIALS
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Mezzanine Floor
HAROLD'S, INC.
Hairdrvssers
103
9 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
PHONES S-0467, 5-0468
44Q E. LAS OLAS BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE
Friday evening services b( 6 i.m.
the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah,, Saturday morning at 8:80. Mlncha al
4925 Collins Ave. Newcomers to $"jjJS&ritf, VsSeak oTttTe
the community and tourists are J portion of the Wek. Regrlstrattoii of
invited and will be introduced to
the membership during the affair.
Tickets may be obtained by call-
ing Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus. 6-2128.
or Mrs. Gilbert Balkin at 58-5404.
Chairmen in charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. Charles Raab and
Mrs. Ben Silver.
^>W 'UN yT TW3.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th SL
Phone 2-7439
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children for Sundaj school "ill I
held Sundaj .it l" a.m. Dally ichool
from 1:30 t., 7 i> in.
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services 6:80 p.m.:
Saturday morning service* at 8:80
a m. The raiiiii will Bpeah on the
Portion <>f the Week. Saturday after-
noon ai 5 p.m, the rabbi will speak.
Mlncha at fi p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Maariv at 7:80 p.m.
ollowed by a clasa in Jewish Laws
and Customs. Morning servlcea dally
at 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in
Mishnato,
REFORM
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Services Friday nlghl al 8:15. The
Rabbi will speak on "Jewish Educa-
tion ... a Tradition." Vocal selec-
tions Ipv Rita Auerbach, accompanied
by Ulyan Drucker al the electric
organ A reception will follow. Re-
Igiu school registration on Sunday
,i i" a.m. al the Temple,
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.
Ratbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
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Sabbath evening services
i.iii. Kaidil Zwitman will
at VI
conduct
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at 8:00.
1 Speaker to be announced.
LIBERAL
Temple Eeth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Friday evening service al >'< p.m,
Sunday s,-lii"-l ,.|>,-ns S< |,t 11'.________
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Hebrew Calendar
5708 1948
j'Rosh Chodesh Ellul ___.......Sept. 6
5709 1948
Rush Hashonah, 1st day........Oct. 4
Rosh Hashonah, 2nd day......-Oct. 5
, Fast of Oedallah .........Oct. 6
'Shabbath Shuvah ..................----Oct. 9
I Yom Klppur ...................Oct. 13
ISuccOth, 1st day...........................Oct. IS
Succoth, 2nd day ........ net. 19
Hashanah Rabba ................. Oct. 24
STiemlnl Atsereth ........................Oct. 25
simchath Torah ...........................Oct. 26
Rosh Chodesh. Cheshvan ........Nov. 3
Rosh Chodesh, Klslev ___......... Dec. 3
Chnnukah, 1st day .._................Dec. 27
Chanukah. 2nd day ... Dec. 2
'Also observed previous day.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948
*Jewisfi Meridian
PAGE THREI
Off the Record
HEARD IN WASHINGTON .
Thl- pro-Arab bloc in the State
Department is more active than
eVCr before ... It is no secret in
informed Washington circles that
but for the influence and pres-
sure exerted by this clique the
Sta of Israel would long ago
have received U.S. de jure rec-
ognition ... Nor is it a coinci-
dence that the anti-Israel gang
has reared its ugly head again on
the very eve of the Paris meet-
ing of the General Assembly .
The boasted unity among the
Arab states is falling apart at the
iarns ... And the pro-Arab
trouble shooters in the govern-
ment are contemplating giving
tne Arab League a shot in the
arm They are said to have
nuietly intimated to Arab sources
in Washington that the General
Asseniblv may be receptive to the
idea of reconsidering or modify-
ing the Palestine solution ... An
Aiab propagandist has boasted
that while the U.S. delegation to
the Paris session of the Assembly
will publicly oppose reconsideea-
tion of the original partition solu-
tion it will operate secretly for a
revision of its terms ... He
bragged that Bevin has succeeded
in impressing our top govern-
ment officials with the fact that
if the Jews in Palestine should
emerge politically and militarily
triumphant in every respect de
spite British opposition Britain'.-
cSeclining prestige in the Near ana
Middle East would hit the bottom
to the serious detriment of Amer-
ican military and economic in-
terests in that sector of the world
But Democratic politicians
are puzzled by the President's
failure to implement his party's
Israel plank ... A delegation ol
leading New York Democrats
told to act or else risk losing the
usually high democratic vote in
I. at city Certain clerical ele-
ment- have recently been hold-
ing the President's attention 01
the Palestine question in general
and the Jerusalem issue in par-
ticular There have been times
in the past when it appeared th;
President was on the verge ol
announcing de jure recognition o.
Israel, the lifting of the arms
embargo and the approval by the
Export-Import Bank of a $100,
000,000 loan to Israel Whc
was responsible for the last-min-
ute delays? Does Secretar>
of State Marshall's recent an
nouncement that he and the Pres
ident see eye-to-eye on the Pal
estine issue mean that Truman
has been won over lo the State
Department's orientation? ... A
source close to Washington of
ficialdom tells us that when he
returned to the capital after a
four-week vacation he "sensed'
mure pro-Arab and anti-Israe.
activity in the State Departmen
than when he left. .. Loy Hender
son is out but his henchmen re
mained and are carrying out hi
policies as if there had been m
change Direct and independ
ent peace talks between Israc
and the Arab states are closei
than appears on the surface .
i Wasnington firmly divorced it-
self from Britain's cold politica
war against Israel tranquilit>
Would come rapidly to th(
troubled area.
AN EDITOR SPEAKS .
To The Members Of The Jewish
Ask Your Grocer For
David Weissman, vivacious edi-
tor of the Los Angeles B'nai B'rith
Messenger, dropped in to see us
during his recent jaunt through
the East And, like the sailor
who goes rowboating the minute
he quits ship, he immediately
proceeded to engage us in a con
versation on the future of the
Anglo-Jewish press in Amerkr
. He made the point that the
quota of Jewish news in the gen-
eral press is bound to decrease
In time and that when that hap-
pens there will be a greater de-
mand for Anglo-Jewish papers in
the Jewish communities through-
out the land ... He told us that
an editor of a large American
daily confided to him that he
subscribed to an Anglo-Jewisr
news service in order to get the
proper slant on Jewish affairs
home and abroad Weissman
does not believe in community
subsidized or communitv-ownec
papers His tour of the coun
try has convinced him tha'
"where there wes on inHeoendeni !#< V f Itto
Anglo-Jewish weekly, the Wei- '
Congregations Of Greater Miami
Friends: For the past ten years the Rabbis of Greater Miami
have worked together for the welfare of the Jewish people of 'all
the congregations of our community. We are about to form a Syna-
gogue Council in Greater Miami, for the purpose of working to-
gether, Rabbis and Congregations, for the best interest of the re-
ligious life of the Jewish community.
We Rabbis do not ask a member of another congregation to join
our congregation. That is the ethical principle we have adopted long
ago. But, it seems, however, that the members of the various con-
gregations do not always comprehend this elementary principle of
ethical conduct.
It is, of course, proper for any Jew, belonging to any one con-
gregation, to become a contributing member of any other or all
other congregations, but it is not ethical for a member of one con-
gregation to ask a member of another congregation to withdraw
from his congregation and join another. Neither is it proper fo:
children whose parents belong to one congregation to attend re-
ligious school of another congregation, unless the Rabbis involved
are consulted and satisfied with the arrangement.
As President of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami I
appeal to the members of all the Jewish congregations to observe
these etrical principles of congregational life.
Very sincerely,
JACOB H. KAPLAN.
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fare Fund, or Chest, or Commun-
ity Council fared better than ir
those communities that prided
themselves on running their own
newspapers ..." A community
house organ, he maintained, "nly
olays the tune of the so-called
'eaders of the community" to the
requent neglect of more import-
mt issues Readers of such
publications, in his opinion, tend
to become narrow and ghettoized
in their outlook Weissman
believes the time is rapidly ap-
proaching when the Anglo-Jew-
ish press must concern itself with
the whole fabric of American life
instead of reflecting only the pat-
tern of Jewish life ... He is con-
vinced that a great future lies
ahead for the Anglo-Jewish press
in America, particularly in the
'ight of the deplorable but in-
evitable fate of the Yiddish press
. He deplored "the failure of
many Jewish organizations to
fully recognize the potentialities
of the Anglo-Jewish press as a
medium of public relations" .
He projected the idea that Jewish
organizations would render a dis-
tinct service to Jewishness in
\merica if they popularized the
idea among their members of
u'jscribing to their local Anglo-
Jewish newspaper There is
much meat in what Weissman
;aid We record the conversa-
ion in this column because the
uture of the Anglo-Jewish press
in America is a problem of great
concern to all who are interestec
n the future of Jewish life in
this country We would like
to hear other editors speak on
'his subject through the medium
of this column.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and his
family have returned following
an extended visit in the north.
The Rabbi completed his grad-
uate work at the Harry Fischel
Graduate School of the Yeshiva
University of New York City. He
is now preparing a dissertation!
for the acquisition of the degree
of Doctor of Hebrew Letters from |
the Yeshiva University.
While in New York he met with
representatives of various nation-
al organizations and helped plan
their educational activity in the
community for the winter season.
Harold Turk To Check
On Miami Beach Needs
Miami Beach Councilman Har-
old Turk is combining a business
and pleasure trip in the north.
Mr. Turk, who is interested in a
low cost housing project on the
Beach to take care of teachers
who are unable to afford the
high rents, will look into matter-
dealing with city administration
of such projects. He- will also
study the New York fire depart-
ment system in order to secure
ideas which might be applicable
to local needs. Mr. Turk recently
introduced a motion at a city
council meeting to send a mem-
ber of the fire department to
Oklahoma A & M for advanced
technical training.
of
Beth Jacob Completing
New School Annex
David Whitman, president
Congregational Beth Jacob, an-
nounces that the building exten-
;ion of the congregation will br
ompleted before the High Holi-
days. The public is invited to in-
pect the new annex at 311 Wash-
ington Ave. A large kitchen for
he use of social activities has
been added in addition to new
classrooms for the religious
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Anti-Semitism For Adults
Though it has been many years since we
read Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist, its un-
savory taste is still with us. It was, therefore,
with misgivings that we read some time ago that
a British cinema corporation was preparing to
produce a f.lm adaptation of that novel. We felt
such a picture would enable the British to take
an ugly stab at Jews under the pious claim that
they were merely reproducing a work of art. This
anxiety has since been confirmed by Albert
Deutsch in an article in the liberal newspaper the
New York Star. Writing from London, he called
the J. Arthur Rank production of the novel the
"worst caricature of a Jew ever depicted in an
English-speaking movie." Although the word Jew
is not mentioned in the picture, Deutsch reports
that Fagin is a "life-size reflection of the classic
caricature of the Jew, with scarcely an element
lacking." Fagin, of course, "has a tremendous
hooknose," a scraggly beard and is wearing a
"flat, broad-rimmed black hat and a filthy, flap-
ping Kaftan." Moreover, while in the original
Fagin is one of three dastardly characters, in the
film, says Deutsch, "he stands out not as the cor-
rupt Fagin but as Fagin the corrupt Jew."
The film is so loaded with anti-Semitism that
when it was brought for approval to the British
National Board of Review that august censorship
body decided to bar juveniles from seeing it,
passing it "for adults only" as if the anti-Semitic
virus were less effective among the adult than
among juveniles.
The disturbing fact about the incident is that
the British film production company is planning
to bring the picture to Radio City Music Hall in
New York City. Of course, the British have no
moral compunctions about utilizing Fagin if he
can bring them American dollars and, at the
same time, serve as a retaliatory measure against
Jews for boycotting British goods. However, we
doubt that the management of Radio City Hall
will risk its good name and reputation through
WHAT WILL HE BRING FOR
ISRAEL?
transforming its art center into a home for anti-
Semitic propaganda. The response of the Ameri-
can movie public to a series of recent films aimed
at alleviating group and race tensions makes it
certain that there is no room in the United States
for this most vicious version of Oliver Twist. The
U.S. is no dumping ground for British anti-
Semitism.
Our Christian Friends
Reports reaching from Amsterdam, where the
Council of Churches met, say the conference was
dominated by a sense of guilt over Christendom's
failure to "prevent the annihilation of 6,000,000
Jews by Hitler."
The admission of guilt is a belated one. Noth-
ing that Christian leaders say or feel now can
br.ng back to life a single Jewish victim. Yet it is
encouraging to know that Christian leadership is
experiencing a growing awareness of the role the
Church can play in combating anti-Semitism and
its tragic consequences. However, we feel that
expressions of sympathy or guilt are not enough.
It is not enough for Christian leaders to impress
the Christian masses that anti-Semitism is anti-
Christian, brutal, uncivilized and contrary to basic
human principles. It is, of course, axiomatic that
hate directed against human beings of other
faiths is absolutely irreconcilable with the pro-
fession and practice of the Christian faith.
What is required is a practical Christian ap-
proach to the problem of anti-Semitism. To tell
a man that hating Jews is a sin will not eradicate
the hate unless he is conditioned by early Chris-
tian education against such hatred. Too many of
our Christian neighbors learned the habit of hat-
ing Jews because they have been inculcated in
their childhood with historically false concepts,
such as the Crucifixion and the attitude of ancient
and modern Jewry toward Christianity. Students
of the problem of anti-Semitism have sought its
origin in many causes. But it is apparent that if
our Christian friends modified their education
program for the young by elimating concepts that
are conducive to developing early hate for the
Jew, the problem of anti-Semitism would be at
least alleviated. It is hard to make a man hate
a person of another faith unless he has been con-
ditioned for hatred by early education and en-
vironment.
The fight against anti-Semitism, if it is to
succeed, must begin in the Christian schools and
homes. Once a person has acquired the virus of
anti-Semitism it is difficult to cure him by word
and chastisement.
" Israeli artist, arc attracting spe-
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ZIONIST AFFAIRS:
The American Zionists emerged
victorious at the Actions Commit-
tee in their fight against having
the members of the Israeli Cabi-
net remain as members of the
World Zionist executive and of
the Jewish Agency executive .
The political leadership of the
world Zionist movement will, as
a result, now pass from Jeru-
salem to New York Not so
the financial control, since Eliezer
Kaplan is the only member of the
General Assembly opens its ses-
sion this month ... A major
factor in the kind of action which
the Assembly will take will re-
gard to Israel will be the report
submitted by U.N. mediator Counl
Folke Bernadotte That re-
port is now being formulated in
Stockholm where top members of
the U.N. staff are now in almost
continuous conference with the
Count ... In Israeli circles th<
prestige of Bernadotte has been
sinking ever since he made the
Israeli Cabinet for whom an ex- false step of suggestjnR thilt Jeru-
ception was made Despite
the fact that he will officially not
hold any portfolio, he will, no
doubt, have the strongest say in
matters affecting the allocation of
funds raised by the Zionist move-
ment throughout the world .
However, in political affairs, Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann will be the
top leaders Dr. Silver's in-
fluence will equal that of the
president of the World Zionist
Organization And he will,
most probably, be elected presi-
dent of the world Zionist move-
ment at the forthcoming World
Zionist Congress The Labor-
ites at the Actions Committee,
who are now no longer represent-
ed in the Jewish Agency execu-
tive by such men as David Ben
Gurion and Moshe Shertok, want
Hayim Greenberg, the American
Zionist leader, to become the
chairman of the executive of the
World Zionist Organization .
This would mean that Greenberg
would take the place held by
David Ben Gurion However,
Greenberg is not keen on again
becoming active in political work
and so indicated prior to his
being elected a member of the
World Zionist Executive by the
Actions Committee .

U.N. MOODS:
The eyes of the Jewish world
will now be concentrated on
salem be handed over to th>
Arabs Furthermore, it is felt
that as matters now stand, peace
between Israel and some of the
Arab countries can be achieved
by direct talks much quicker than
through Bernadotte's mediation
. Nevertheless, it will be the
recommendations of Bernadotte
which will form the basis for tin
U.N. decisions in Paris on various
aspects of the Palestine situation
. His word will particularly be
taken most seriously on the ques-
tion of the status of Jerusalem
cial attention One is of water
colors and oil paintings depicting
j life in Israel The other is an
exhibition of ghetto compositions
: by the same artist who was an
| inmate of the notorious Maidanek
concentration camp Mrs.
Gurdus, who studied at art aca-
demies in Geneva, Berlin and
Warsaw before the war, was en-
thusiastically acclaimed by the
Hebrew press in Israel and was
highly lauded in this country .
While her ghetto paintings pic.
ture the horror suffered by mil-
lions of Jews under the Nazis,
I er Israeli paintings reveal an
extraordinary ability to convey
the po( tic aura of Israel's land-
scapes and the indomitable spiiit
"i the Chalutzim Another ex-
hibition by an Israeli artist is now
eing sponsored in New York by
the Keren Hayesod The artist,
Rico Blass, who came originally
from Germany, settled in Pales-
tine in 1934 and is at present a
member of the Israeli armed
forces ... A number of the pic-
tures on exhibition are war sec es
\ I in Israeli village s Against this
background of peace and tran-
quillity, the war scenes provide
a n o.-t striking and realistic con-
trast And speaking of Jewish
artists and their exhibitions, oni
. And the Jerusalem issue will 'a:!n'" ,hcl ';Ut f* J* hi*hes1
he one of the most crucial issue, Pralse to B,'"';"
at the Paris session The Is-
known Jewish sculptor and paint-
er who has made the United
States his home alter many years
of residence in Europe Reder's
exhibition now in New York is
justifiably the talk of the town
raeli government is determine!1
to seek revision of its bordi rs at
the session Also a revision
of the U.N. decision that Jeru-
salem be placed under an inter-
national administration In-
cidentally, one of the reasons for
the Zionist Actions Committee
decision that the next World
Zionist Congress be held as late
as next summer is because the
belief exists that by then life
will be restored to complete nor-
malcy everywhere in Israel, in-
cluding Jerusalem .
AMONG ARTISTS:
Not all is politics in Israel .
Even in wartime, there is much
cultural activity there And ; ing its existence
examples of it can now be seen pendent military organization
in various art galleries in New,the Irgun will be given one repr&
Two simultaneous ex- sentative on the Jerusalem com-
li'gmi Agrees
To Merge With
Israeli Army
Reports from Irgun sources last
Friday indicated that an agree-
ment in principle has been
reached between Interior Minister
Itzhak Grucnbaum and the Irgun
high command for the merger of
the Irgun in Jerusalem with the
Israeli Army. In return for end-
York
Paris, where the United Nations hibitions of Mrs. Luba Gurdus. an, mand of the army and will
Red Cross Zone
Is Evacuated By
Jews And Arabs
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Quiet
reigned in Jerusalem this week
following the evacuation of the
Red Cross zone in the southern
part of the city under the super-
vision of the U.N. truce commis-
sion staff, headed by American
Brig. Gen. William E. Riley. How-
ever, there was some firing by
the Arabs against Jewish posi-
tions in various parts of the city,
and the Israeli Army this week
reported that some shelling oc-
curred in the southern part of
the city.
The evacuation of the Red Cross
enclave was carried out with
speed and no friction after an
agreement had been reached be-
tween the Jews and the Arabs
whose military leaders met under
the auspices of the U.N. Estab-
lishment of the enclave and a
U.N. security belt or No Man's
Land around the ana makes it
the second neutral zone in the
citythe first is Mt. Scopus on
which is located the Hadassah
Hospital and the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Sandbagged positions
raised by both the Jews and
Arabs in the Red Cross zone were
being demolished in line with the
decision.
The neutral zone is so far from
the main centers of the city that
many observers believe that few
will either desire or be able to
seek safety there in the event
that further fighting develops.
The fact that large concentrations
of Arab troops are being built
up on the outskirts of the city
are seen as direct evidence that
the Arabs are planning an all out
assault to capture Jerusalem in
tho near future.
The broadened Jewish Agencv
executive which was recentlv
elected by the Zionist Actions
Committee in Tel Aviv will meet
here this week. At that time it
will be decided how the variou-
positions on the executive will
be divided.
the army as a unit.
Israel Recognition
By U.S. In November
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
United States probably will grant
full recognition to the new re-
public of Israel some time in
November, it was indicated Wed-
nesday .
Secretary of State George C.
Marshall told a news conference
this country hopes to grant such
recognition after the elections in
Israel.
A spokesman for the Export-
Import Bank announced that it
could take no action on Israel's
formal request for a $100,000,000
loan until conditions there have
"settled down" He added that
the bank must have "reasonable
.insurances" it will be repaid be-
fore it can be authorized.
An Israel mission spokesman
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that "we already offered
every guarantee that the loan
will be repaid." Israel is "already
stable enough politically and eco-
nomically for us to hold elections
in the next several weeks. Every
Israeli move has been toward
stability," he added.
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Miami Beach Jewish Center Structure
To Seat 1800; Ready For Holidays
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center will conducts High
Holy Day services in its new
synagogue building at 17th St.
and Washington Ave., announced
Joseph M. Rose, president. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate at
all services, assisted by Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring and the Center
choir, under the direction of Jos-
eph Schreibman. Reservations for
High Holy Day seats may be ob-
tained at the old building, 1415
Euclid Ave. Harry Sirkin is chair-
man of the seating committee.
With a seating capacity of 1800
the new Center is one of the
largest Jewish Houses of Wor-
ship in the country. In December
1946 under the leadership of
Samuel Friedland, then president
of the congregation, groundbreak-
ing services were conducted, with
the dedication of the cornerstone
held in February of this year.
The edifice contains a main
synagogue, chapel and balcony.
Plans for a separate building
which will include a large audi-<^
torium, and social hall with
facilities for 1000, a library, youth
activities room, general congrega- j
tional offices providing 21 re-'
Ugious class rooms, a kinder-
garten and nursery rooms, have
already been made.
Joseph Rose
Itabbi Lolirinan
ltd nans To City
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, his wife and two chil-
dren, David and Rosalind Myra.
have returned from their summer
vacation in Highmount, New
York. While in the north the
Rabbi participated in the Rab-
binical Assembly Seminar in New
York City.
Butchers To Resume
Sunday Openings
The Kosher Butchers Guild, re-
presenting the kosher meat and
poultry industry of South Flor-
ida, through its president, Phil
Romer. has announced that mem-
bers of the organization are plan-
ning to reopen their establish-
ments on Sundays. The Sunday
before Rosh Hashonah will start
the change of policy which has
been in effect throughout the en-
tire summer.
Miami Communities Unite
For Educational Program
The West Miami Jewish Cen-
Icr. the Coral Gables Jewish
Center and the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center have
combined their Sunday and He-
brew schools, which will be
known as the United Jewish
schools. The opening date is Sun-
May at 10 a.m. at the North
Campus of the University of Mi-
ami. Non-members of the organ-
izations will be permitted to reg-
ister their children in the school.
Orthodox Synagog
Engages Assistants
Cantor Milton Friedman of
New York City, has been engaged
as cantor and instructor in the
religious school of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Cong. Cantor
Friedman is 28 years of age and
has officiated as a cantor since
childhood. He was known as a
child prodigy and referred to as
Chazan Moishele. Later he of-
ficiated as cantor in the Flatbush
Jewish Center and the Bronx
YMHA. New York City. He also
served Congregation Ahavath
Achim, in Savannah, Ga. Cantor
Friedman was recently married
and will arrive this week with
his. bride.

Another new appointee is Ber-
nard W. Kimmel who will serve
as an instruction in the religious
school. Mr. Kimmel was previous-
ly associated with the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. He re-
ceived his Hebraic education in
Boston, Mass., and is currently
attending classes at the Universi-
ty of Miami. He is married and
father of an infant son.
Both men will participate in
extra curricular youth activities.
They will specialize in programs
for young people which will util-
ize the facilities of the new Com-
munity Center building of MJOC.
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Hold Show-Rally
North Shore Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith will launch their
fall membership drive with a
fashion show and rally on Sep-
tember 22. at 8:15 p.m. at the
Atlantis Hotel Roof, according
to Mrs. Stanley Phillips, presi-
dent The fashion show, produced
by Burdine's, will be under the
direction of Mrs. Emphy Benway.
Mistress of ceremonies for the
-vening will be Mrs. Edward
Valterman and Mrs. Hal Evans
t general chairman of the affair
Mrs. Sam Silver. State Federa-
ion president of B'nai B'rith
Women's Chapters will bc princi-
pal speaker. Harry and Jackie
Fay, pantomine comic artists will
headline the program of enter-
tainment Admission is free to all
rcmbers of the North Shore
Chapter and their friends provid-
ing each member is accompanied
by a prospective member.
Serving on the committee toi
arrangements are: Mrs. Mickey
Silverstcin, Mrs. David Schiffman
md Mrs. George Gallander,
Gannes Addresses
W. Miami Jewish Center
Abe Gannes, executive director
of the Jewish Board of Educa-
tion, reported on the operation of
religious schools at Tuesday's
meeting of the West Miami
Jewish Center. "The House on
the Desert," Palestinian motion
picture was shown.
High Holy Day services will bc
held at the Center's regular meet-
ing place, 1000 S.W. 67th Ave
Rabbi Samuel R. Stone will of-
ficiate. Mrs. Louis Goldin is in
charge of tickets. Interested per-
sons are asked to call her at
48-8851.
Entries in "Miss B'nai B'rith" contest. Miss Bunny Lynn and
Miss Lois Nevins. examine gold trophy held by Miss Jean Brom-
berg (center), winner of 1947 contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. The winner will be selected at the third annual
dance, Sunday, September 12, at the Frolic Club, Bayshore Place
and MacArthur Causeway.
Center Talmud Torah
Adds New Course
The fall season of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Talmud
Torah opened this week with a
new addition to the regular cur-
riculum. According to Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman special classes have
been instituted where emphasis
vill be put on the study of the
Hebrew language as a living
tongue. Sunday school will begin
its sessions on Sunday with bus
service serving students of both
the Talmud Torah and the Sun-
day school.
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especially d e s i g n ed for
school wear are now offer-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, i948
I'll Say... I
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Beach Syndicate
Miami Beach has become fame,us .^J^^onS
luxuriant hotels, swanky night spato rnnting >
palatial theaters, intriguing shops and Lvelj bars a
and wonder of two continents. All the world would Wee to
and enjoy Florida's Gold Coast.
side. Proximity to throe race afford 1 nl -l *
tracks attracts the gambling ele- in fc"
ment as cheese draws maggots, public office.
Nor is n ssary to spend a a:. Ij there is
delightful afternoon at Hia] the electoral "'
watching the sport of kil
Dapper young fell s, smiling b Syndicate its 1 ids and
hind the cigar counters of mi uying :
hotels, are always ready ac- ... ; .
comrr.odate the tourist by pi
ing his money on a horse. And .
out of the numerous b tting si .Us be acquired, they say. I
an industry has arisen, controlled cate will ; City C
and directed by a small local tQ .. ., .... into a
group. This selected band isly, s
Super Bookies is kn t -
language of big business, as tft( ,, citizenry at a ii
Syndicate.
llcM|iifcii For
Bar >lii/vah
The Rabbinical Association ot
Greater Miami has announced
thai in order to have a public
Bar Miizvah celebration in any
of the synagogues, centers or
temples in this area, a boy must
have a minimum of two years
Hebrew school education or its
equivalent.
Dr. Goodman Is Guest
Of Beach B. & P. Meeting
Dr Morris Goodman will be
. ;t speaker .Monday nig! t
eting of the Miami
ness and Professional
Divisi f Ha iss at 8:30 p.m.
V His subject will
j th 'Hadassah Medical Or-
tion," to which Dr. Good-
man has rendered much support.
, the program will be a
. Miss Jean Brown anc
.... ., iffman, as "Mr. and
v n.. lai and Palestinian
s by the Choral Group, under
ection of Mrs. Beatrice
King.
Sholem Lodge Women To Discuss
"Aid To Israel" At Meeting Tuesday
E'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge will hold their regular
!meet:ng on Tuesday at 8:15 at Temple Israel, it was announced
'by Mrs. Harry Gordon, president
Scheduled for discussion w 11 be the chapters "Aid-To-
Israel" programs for the year and plans for fund-raising in 1949
Me I bers are icquestcd to bring .
materials for overseas kits to this B & P Meets At Y
meeting. Items needed most are: The Busincss and profegg.
combs, 5 or 6": nylon hair-brushes, Division of Hadassah will mm
shoes brushes, tooth brushes safe-1Mond flt Q.3Q mJ
,v razors, razor blades, small sus- ^ y p,ans for ^ m(imh^
drive will be formulated under
sors, buttons, needles, thread.
Following the business meeting,
:he women will join the men's
1 ,de in Kaplan Hall to hear a
,. nel discussion dealing with
crime in the Greater Miami area,
conducted by George E. Patter-
son. Jr., of the Dade County
Crime Commission and Dr. Sey-
mour E. Blumenthal of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
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The Syndicate has virtu ., and sporting
monopoly on a race track bettin
within the lush nfines of Mi- .,. .. cjtv n0
ami Beach. It is a political
Aureas sqi osre si m ma the Syndicate It would, h
with tentacles reaching the police ^ .l p its .
station ar.d City Council Thus whv not a non.
partisan political league of the
it is able to exercise an
trol over its henchmen in the pub'ffc spirited. A well knit caps
widespread network of Bookie- Qf thi, civ;
Id act as a vent
ndicati i falling into
nt practi
dom. For a good and valuable
consideration, it dispenses
ices, it shields from pol:
ference. it backs with
Above all. it throws over its
clientele a mantle of protection:
and protection is as necessary to
the life of bookmaking as w I
to a school of barracudas. For
the Syndicate has enough poli-
tical influence, police protection,
and financial resource to make a
business tycoon's mout wati I
Thi.s does not mean that the
Syndicate is sinister or vicious.
Far from it. Its contributions to
charities. I am told, are more
than generous. Within Miami
Beach proper, it has no truck
with dice-throwing, chemen-de-
fer. card tables, or roulette
wheels. It abhors organized vice
from prostitution to dope peddl-
ing. Hotel operators say that the
Syndicate makes the Bookie toe
the mark and guarantees the
winning.- of any betting customer,
no matter how big the jackpot.
Even respectable folk claim this
Syndicate keeps the Chicago
gangsters from muscling in: its
very presence prevents the
world's premiere pleasure city
from degenerating into a stew of
vice, crime and murder.
All of which may be true. Still
a lurking unease tugs at one's
vitals. So far the Syndicate has
not abused its power. But power recej t decision o{ the United
corrupts: so does moneyand the States Suprcme Court in a case
Syndicate has a good measure of ^ jn ch ij;ni minois
both. Some feel a certain security ouUaws thfi relegsed tiim, systom.
because the inner circle is made The organizations sponsoring the
up of residents, who are raising &uJt ar|,
their families in the vicinity. But AmL.rican Clvil Liberties Union:
the ruling personnel may change.
This type of business draws into
Hew York Board
Of Rabbis Joins
Released Time Suit
Rabbi Harold H. Gordon, ex-
ecutive secretary of the New York
Board o) Rabbis, revealed that I e
board had joined the nine other
nizations sponsoring the suit!
by Tessim Zorach and Esther
Gluck to outlaw released time foi i
religious education in the New
. City schools. In a letter to
Leo Pfeffer, of counsel for the i
organizations sponsoring the suit,
bi Gordon stated that for
y years the board had op-
posed released time as a viola-
tion of t ican principle of
n of church and state
and therefore requested Mr. Pfef-
fer to add the I oard as one of
the sponsoring organizations.
The suit which is now pending
before Justice George J. Beldock
in Brooklyn was brought by a
Protestant parent and a Jewish j
parent of children attending the'
New York City public schools.
The basis of the action is that the
Auxiliary Meets Tuesday
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold their first board meeting
of the season on Tuesday at 1:30
Youth Program on WWPB at the home of Mrs. s. Covner.
, L Freehling will interview 2 Palermo Aw, Cora. Gables.
Seymour M. Blumenthal,
former child psychologist in the
New York Juvenile Courts, over
station WWPM Monday at 4
k. Dr. Blumenthal. a mem-
of the B'nai B'rith Youth
servation committee, is spcak-
in observance of National
Youth Month's juvenile delin-
quency control program.
Tep Rushees Honored
Rushees Of Tau Alpha chapter
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at
the University of Florida were
honored with a swim dance this
week at tht> Ritz Plaza hotel.
the direction of Miss Ruth Stein-
berg, membership chairman, who
will appoint her committee at
the meeting.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill ot Any Kind
Phone 4-0335
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Upholstering
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Head Hoards
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE
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American Jewi-h Committee:
An erican Jewish Congress; B'na
its orbit the undesirable and even B.pith Jewish Labor Committeo.
the criminal. Circumstances may Jewigh W{u. Vete National
force the management into the Community Reiations Advisory
more vicious rackets, if only to Coundl; svnagogue Council of
protect Us status qua Amcrica an"d tn Unitcd Parent8
After all, the nature of the Associatl
"industry is parasitic, it works._______________________________
under cover. It specializes in fix-
ing. Its mandates are enforced
with an "or else." Too much
wealth and power are concen-
trated in a small band, distin-
guished neither for education nor
public spirit, for morals nor civic
virtue. Yet no Councilman can
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
For Better Service to the Public
In Greater Miami...
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Ph. 34616 or 4-9981
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Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
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all Jewish cemeteries.
Serving the leading
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Look For the 2-Story White Building
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1948
+Jewist fkjridHan
World Jewish Congress Receives
Eye-Witness Report Of Arab Attacks
The World Jewish Congress has Jewish Congress had supplied
just received information and I substantial aid. But, he added
photographs from Tripoli describ-1 their unfortunate situation was
ing the pogroms against the Jew- aggravated by two years of
ish community which took place drought which followed "The
last June, Dr. Robert S. Marcus, recent pogroms," said Dr Marcus
PolitiP.ni I "have made their position even
PAGE SEVEN
World Jewish Congress Political
director, announced.
'worse because they have had to
Rabbi Shapiro to Address
Beth David Sisterhood
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the meeting of
the Beth David Sisterhood on
I Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the
Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Alex
Stiebel, sisterhood president, and
.Mrs. Max Feldman, PTA presi-
dent, will also address the as-
sembly. A program of entertain-
ment has been arranged under
the direction of chairman Mrs
William Danziger. Refreshment:--
will be served following the meet-
ing to which newcomers to Mi
are are invited.
ZOA Administrative Council To Meet
The newly-elected National Administrative Council of the
Zionist Organization & Americathe ruling body of the Z.O.A.
between conventionswill hold its first meeting on Sunday,
September 19 at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York. The meet-
ing, which will be addressed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, head
of the American Section of the ..
.Wih AD-----*.._____a r.- Zlomst. delegation to Jerusalem
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Pictures received by the World Jewish Congress show de-
struction of Via Palmi Synagogue's Ark and Sefer Torahs durinq
Arab violence and looting in Tripoli last June.
After receiving earlier reports
on the outrages in Tripolitania,
the World Jewish Congress,
through Dr. Marcus, communi-
cated with Sir Oliver Franks,
British Ambassador in Washing-
ton, urging the British adminis-
tration in Tripoli to guarantee
the lives, property and security
move from their homes and
places of business. As a result,
they lost their opportunity to
carry on business as well as their
capitol resources. They are just
managing to keep alive today
through the minimum aid furn-
ished by the Jewish Community
of Tripoli. This aid is both ir-
Leon Ell To Address
Beach Zionist Meeting
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict will hold an open meeting
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Monday at 8:15 p.m. Sched
uled to speak is Leon Ell, loca!
Zionist leader, who has just re-
turned from the State of Israel
where he conferred with the lead-
ers of the new government. The
public is invited.
Miami Hebrew School
Daily classes from 3:15 to 6:15
are now being held at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
Registration for new students is
still open. First session of the
Sunday School will take place
on September 12 at 9:45.
Jewish Agency Executive and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, president of
the Z.O.A., will be a significant
one.
Both Dr. Neumann and Dr. Sil-
ver, who will shortly return to
his country after attending thir-
teen days of sessions of the gov-
erning council of the World Zion-
>t Organization in Jerusalem and
Tel Aviv will report on the pro-
ceedings and decisions of these
sessions. Dr. Israel Goldstean,
president of the World Confeder-
ation of General Zionists and
other members of the American
and Tel Aviv also will speak.
Preceding the administrative
council, a meeting of the National
ZOA Executive will be held Sat-
urday night, September 18.
Bargteil Bar Mitzvah
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs-.
Ralph Bargteil, 2487 S.W. 16th
St., will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
A reception will be held in the
synagogue following the services
at which Rabbi Simon April will
officiate.
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Arab mobs desecrate via Palmi Synagogue in Tripoli during
reign of terror against Jewish community.
of the Jewish residents and to
provide full indemnification for
the victims of the attacks. In a
telegram to Sir Oliver, Dr. Mar-
cus pointed out that the repeated
assurances of the local authorities
and Arab leaders had proved
meaningless and that the responsi-
bility for peace and order rested
with the British administration.
Dr. Marcus pointed out that the
10,000 Jews in the interior of Tri-
poli were in particularly bad cir-
cumstances following the anti-
Jewish disorders in November
194f>. at which time the World
regular and insufficient since the
city of Tripoli itself has suffered
damage to the extent of 35,000,-,'
000 lire and the de3th of 20 pei
cent of its population."
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948
Rabbi And Mrs. Machtei Announce
Daughter's Betrothal To New Yorker
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Naomi Machtei
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Ma<
are leaving for New Y rk City
where they will ann en-
gagement of their
Naomi to Morton Stitsky, -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky. of
t. e Bronx. The w> :
will be made at a family gather-
ing on Sunday, September 19
T wedding will take place n Kl
summer.
Naomi is a graduate of Mi
Senior High school and nov
tends Florida StaU University
where she is a member of Delta
Phi Epiilon. Mr. Stitsky.
just returned to New York a
spending the Labor Day week-
end with the Machteis, is a vet-
. with two years a
the Pacific. He is now associated
with Stitsky Brothers Shoes.
Louise Raphael Engaged To Rabbi Merzel
Ceremonies uniting Molly Ann
Boyell and David Howard Weiss
were performed Sur.ciay at the
home of Rabbi Colman Zwitman
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Boyell. 1096 V
tian Way. Biscayne Island. David
is the son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Weiss, of New Y I k
Barbara Boyell. sister of I
bride, was maid-of-1 onor, while
Kath Wohl. her coll. ge room-
mate, was bridesmaid. Louis
Bovell served as best
Out-of-town relatives who at-
tended the ceremony and the
I dinner which followed at the C
I lumbus Hotel were Mrs. Leon
Reiss Alex Kaufman and daui
Janet of Chicago, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gustave Scckbach of Tampa.
After a honeymoon in Virginia
the newly weds will reside in
Washington, D. C, where Mr.
Wi : 3 is with the Navy Depart-
ment.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Newman. 60 S.W. 52nd Ave.. an-
nounce'the birth of their daughter Judith Wendy, at St Franc*
Hospital on Sunday. September 5. Mr. Newman is co-owner of
the Hotel Pierce.
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Mrs. Louis Haitz is confined to Alton Road Hospital
following an ace dent this week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein have returned horn a six
weeks' tiip to New York.
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Mr. and Mrs. Al Block of Tallahassee, are guests at the
Martinique Hotel. They will be here ten days.
COMPANY
ANCE
FORMS
Mrs. Joe ReisiiHin
Double Wedding Ceremony Unites
Richard Bells And The Joseph Reismans
Ten-.pie Beth Sholom was the| Beckerman, bridesmaids:
dinrofKa^nn^l^PerSlAHene Cohen, flower girl and
man to Richard Bell and Norma Charlene Perry, train bearer. Mr.
Helen Schwartz to Joseph Ben- Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
nett Reisman. The nuptial vows ray Ben 2868 Pinetree Dr., Mi-
were taken together by both ^ Beach w- servcd by Miss
couples before Rabbi Leon
Kroni-h.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peretzman, 92(i 15th St..
Miami Beach.' Kathcrine had as
her attendants: Miss Joan Rich,
maid of honor; Mrs. Harry Cohen.
brides matron; Barbara Siegel and
Peretzman's brother. Bill Peretz-
man, as best man; Jack Perry.
Edwin Peretzman and Ira Good-
man were ushers and Bobby
Cohen was ring bearer.
Attending Miss S c h w a r z ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Schwartz, 2147 S.W. 7th St., Mi-
ami, were her sister Florine. maid
of honor: Patsy Reisman. sister
of the groom, and Mildred Zalkn
and Lucille Gold, bridesmaids:
Miss Harriet Rosenstock. j Linda Cohen, flower girl and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Diana Peretzman train bearer.
Rosenstock. 357 S.W. 18th Terr.. Mr. Reisman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rosenstock Swerdlin
Nuptials Set For Sunday
will become the bride of Edward
M. Swerdlin Sunday, Septeml er
12. at 3:30 p.m. at Temple Is-
I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.W. 7th St..
had as his best man, Robert
Katims. Robert Shandloff. Ed-
Second Street
[iami 32, Fla.
Phones 9-3836
9-3837
ael."Tre'weddingce\emo'nyrreadiward Somberg and Herbert
rv Rabli Colman A. Zwitman. I Schwartz, brother of the bride.
served as ushers while Neil Evens
served as ring bearer.
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ception from 4 to 6 p.m. in Kap-
lan Hall.
Miss Donr.a Feldman. cousin of
Miss Rosenstock. will be her only
attendant, while Sanford Swerd-
lin will serve as his brother's
best man. Ushers will be Donald
Swerdlin. Herbert Hirsch. Je-
rome Merlin. Fred Segal and Alan
Frchling. Miss Gail Grossman of
New York will keep the bride's
book for her cousin.
The future Mrs. Swerdlin grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
school and attended the Univ.
ty of Miami. Mr. Swerdlin grad-
uated from Hillsboro High ir
Tampa and attended Emory I
v : sity ir. Atlanta. Ga.
Following a horn trip
the couple will i at 323!
Manegro. Coral Gables.
Th(. former Miss Peretzman
graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High and is a former
photographer's model. Her groom
spent two years in the Security
and Intelligence Branch of the
Mrs. Richard Bell
Army after graduating from Mi-
ami Beach High.
Mrs. Reisman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High, as is her hus-
band. She attended the University
of Miami and was formerly presi-
dent of ALS chapter B'nai B'rith
Girls and Tau Alph Omega soror-
ity. Mr. Reisman attended the
University of Florida and Is now
attending the University of Mi-
ami. He was formerly state presi-
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A reception for 350 guests fol-
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Mary Reisman, all of Philadel-
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daughter of Richmond, Mrs. Mey-
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Mr. and Mrs. S. Evans, brother-
in-law and sister of Miss Peretz-
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{personally Speaking .
Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, accompanied by their
ht Frances Louise, and son Louis, have returned from a
| foTof South America. ^ + ^
Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk are spending a vacation in
!, Mew York. Sunday they attended the wedding of Mrs.
fv brother. Jerome Wohlstadter. and this week they w.ll be
ent when'Mr. Turk's niece, Rita, is married. Following the
?reS-i aatherings the Turks will travel to Canada, accompanied
b Mrs Turk's sister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
| W. Schwartz.
Miss Diane Predinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H.
P Hinaer left Tuesday to attend the Oral Hygiene School at j
Tmole University, Ph ladelphia. She previously attended the
' University of Alabama where she majored in biology.
"^* "^* "^*
Sherri Lea, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer,
as born in Jackson Memorial Hospital on the first of j
September.
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Freehling, 1231 S.W. 19th Terr., an-
nounce the birth of a granddaughter. Marcia Fay, on September
a Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sterman, of Fayette.
Alabama. Mrs. Sterman is the former Jeanne Freehling.
^P ^* "^
Mrs Etha Beck, 1785 S.W. 13th St.. entertained her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Joseph Blum, of New York, as her houseguest for
a month. # # #
A tour of ten northern states has been enjoyed by Mr. and
Mrs L Bloomfield. 1660 Lenox Ave., who are now staying in
New Hampshire. They expect to return to Miami Beach on the
20th of this month.
^K "^ ^*
Celebrating her 11th birthday, Madelyn Berg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg, 2115 S.W. 14th Terr., entertained
twenty of her friends on Wednesday evening.
' *
Hershey Glantz, 2263 N.W. 4th St., left by plane on Wednes-
day for Pittsburgh where he will attend the funeral of his father,
Alex Glantz, who passed away this week.
* *
Miss Mildred Zalka, 1446 Lenox Ave., is entertaining a
house guest, Miss Marie Davis of St. Petersburg, Miss Davis
is a sorority sister of Mildred's.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Leslie C. Rome have returned to Coral Gables
following a trip to New York where they were the guests of
Mr and Mrs. Max Forman, former Miami Beach residents.
While there they visited Mrs. Rome's mother, Mrs. Lillian Rose.
at the Laurel Country Club, Sackett Lake. On their return trip
they stopped in Williamsburg, Virginia, to visit Mr. Rome s
brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Rome.
* *
Miss Carol Jane Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., has as her
houseguest her college roommate, Miss Sylvia Bolasky of Jack-
sonville. The girls attend the University of Alabama and are
members of Sigma Delta Tau. Parties, picnics and other get
togethers in honor of Sylvia have been planned by Carol Jane
as well as by Flip Rosenthal, Joan Tillinger, Bobbie Stieg and
Lois Schloss. also Sigma Delta Taus. Before returning to school
Carol Jane will be the guest of Sylvia at her home in Jackson
ville where they plan to stay for a week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont have had as their house guest
Mrs. Pont's father, who spent a brief vacation here.
* *
Dr. David Kirsh, of Miami Beach, left yesterday for Chicago
and Californa for a four weeks' trip. He will visit his family in
New York before returning here the middle of October.
+ *
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper have returned to Miami with
their children after a six weeks' vacation. While the children
were at camp in East Stroudsburg. Pa., the Peppers visited
Asheville, N. C. later staying at Shawnee Inn, Shawnee-on-
the Delaware, Pa. At the close of the children's camp session
the four Peppers visited New York where they stayed at the
Waldorf. During his trip Dr. Pepper visited various medical
clinics and attended a number of medical meetings.
* Wi
Alfred Gottesman and Al Clark have returned to Miami
following a European tour.
Miss Berger Weds
Stanley Blank
Molly Boyell United With David Weiss
Announcement has been made -
of the engagement of Louise
Raphael, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Raphael, 918 Ocean Drive
to Rabbi Nelson Merzel, son of
Phillip Merzel, of Rochester, N.
Y. The betrothal was celebrated
at a party and reception in New
York City on August 22. The
wedding will be held in the
spring.
Miss Raphael is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school and is
now attending the University of
Miami. She is a member of Young
Israel and is a teacher in Beth
Sholom's Hebrew school. Rabbi
Merzel received his degree from
Telshe Yeshiva of Cleveland.
Mrs. Stanley Blank
A double ring ceremony marked
the August 22 marriage of Miss
Barbara Berger, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Berger, 1234 S.W.
4th St., to Stanley Blank, son of j
Mrs. Jean Blank, 1176 S.W. 20th
Ave. The ceremony, which took
place at the Coral Gables Wom-
en's Club, was performed by
Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, was attended by
her twin sister, Mrs. Thelma
Bronis and Patricia Ann Rokow,
niece of the groom. Martin Rokow
served as his brother-in-law's best
man.
The ceremony was followed by
a reception. Out of town guests
attending were Mrs. Roy Allen,
New York City; Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Roth and family, Daytona
Beach, and Mrs. Peter Frisco,
Carrabelle, Fla.
The couple are now at home at
1760 S.W. 13th St.
Rabbi Mescheloff
Unites Watermans
Miss Beate B. Gutmann and
Edward Walterman were united
in Marriage on Tuesday in the
study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
at Congregation Beth Jacob. The
bride was given in marriage by
her uncle, Max Silver, and was
attended by Miss Emily Hank of
Miami, as bridemaid and Mrs.
Ida Levy, New York City, as
matron of honor. George Topolski
was best man. A reception in the
Community building followed the
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Gutmann,
Mt. Vernon, New York. She at-
tended Syracuse University and
is a registered nurse, graduating
from Mt. Sinai Hospital, New
York. Mr. Walterman is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Walterman
of the Bronx. He is an auditor
and attended schools in New
York. The couple will reside in
Miami Beach.
Miss Anna Kalichman who
became the bride of Dr. Jacob
L. Parnes on August 22.
attended by her mother and
sister-in-law, Goldie Shenkman.
with Abe Goldstein attending the
groom. Following the ceremony
a reception was held at Man-
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After a honeymoon in New-
York the couple will reside at
1637 S.W. 5th St.
Miss Shenkman Weds
The wedding of Muriel Hope
Shenkman, daughter of Mrs. Ida
Shenkman, 642 S.W. 10th Ave. to
Sidney Barshak, took place last
Sunday, with Rabbi Moses Mes-
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These are Israel's Heroes
Nine young veterans of the Palestine war stepped from
an overseas airliner onto a ramp at New York's new Idewild
Airport early this month to begin a historic mission that is taking
them across the length and breadth of America. u
Constituting a "Friendship Mission of Israeli \outh, me
nine young people, five of whom
are girls, have come to this coun-
trv at the invitation of Henry
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man of the S250.000.000 Ui
Jewish. Appeal, to tell maj r im-
munities across the nation the
full story of Israelof mass
n igration, of new homes =: ins
up. of factories being built, of
the rebirth of men. women and
a who have not had a
ne or a homeland :'- c more
than a decade.
It :s particularly fitting thai
these young soldiersd< f< r
and builders of the Jewish State
-should visit the cities and :
of the United States under th<
auspices of the United Jewish
Appeal. For it Is the gener sitj
of American Jewry, m il st
through, contril uti as I th UJA.
that is making possible 1
cle in Israelthe building )f
Jewish nation where n nc I
for nearly 2.000 years.
Members of the 'Triendship
Mission of Israeli Y ut sym-
land that they call
home V rying i m 19 to
25. they arc tyi teal of I
has come iver frorn Iirael a
Itzchak Ben Menahem. who has
scarcely passed his nineteenth
... Twice wounded in com-
: this bov who was
Um farm colony of Ramatayim
has | articipated in the captun
16 Arab villages. He was with
his unit at Miahmar Haemek
:. th< Jew ish forces defeat
the numerically superior A
army, and played a heroic role
in the capture of Jaffa. L>
,:-d Ramleh. His spirit is .har-
acteristic Of Israel's young people
at the IK :"'-
ranks of Haganah. Jewish de-
fense force under the Br-
and forerunner of the
i nt Army of Israel.
In twenty short years. Naomi
Tulman has crowded more ex-
ences than many people se-.
in lifetime. After months ol
r fire on the Jeru-'
salem-Tel Aviv road she chose .... ., fighting along the Jeru-
I remain as a nurse at Kfar Et. highway. At
- evi though the settlement saiem iei -^ &
s i I and its capture was present a company commander.
just a question of time. Ever. e participated in the capture
gh she nnew she would fall
int th hi nds of tr.e Arabs, she
newest vigorous lerr .. remain to bring com-
n si half f whos :-:..... ,::-,n^ to those who
re wounded and courage to
o went out to face the
enemv. Rescued by the Red
... Is, nath ^ -b rn Pal '
igei orror t
Nazi Europe, theii unity .s :
--
..:: its itiz< ns equi iity, and v -
an pi rtunit; to shai
the tasks f d
an 1 nstruction.
7 ie twei ty-tv ai Id gi I
- in Jerusi .-.ined
nati' "' is a wireless
during the bitter, tragic
days of the Aral si ge. riske -
eatedly so that the vital
Lydda airport, and fought cour-
ageously in helping to seize a
[argi number of Arab villages.
Both Albi and Koppel are vet
British Army
may have a full report on what
the dollars they contribute to
UJA are doing to build the land
which means home and security
for hundreds of thousands of
Jews who have long known only
homelessness and despair. They
..ave made this journey so that
America may see in their persons
erans of the British Army in......
World War II: Albala volunteered! the qualities of vigor and courage
for service with the British
: she is in this country now, being detained by them as ir. "il-
to tell Americans of the deter- \ legal" imgimrant fbr eighteen
mination displayed by the people [months after his ai
- at ire the best
i Israel's continuing
security.
assurance of
freedom and
I [srael even ir. the face of de-
ats and setbacks.
Under constant shelling by-
Arab guns and mortars, two of
the girls on the "Friendship Mis-
a" remained at their posts in
Jerusalem as wireless operators,
although their lives were con-
repeated] eJ tinuoullv in danger. Aliza Pnculy.
nessages she transmitted might .
get through. The boy of twenty
who came to Pali -'
- ..: from
Hungary, gave heroic K lers i]
to h: pany in t m 1st of
the crucial battles on the Jeru-
n-Tel Aviv highway. The girl
would not be old enough to
v '- in America, but stayed on
I nurse in Kfar Etzion until
that settlement surrendered to
the Arabs, was rescued from
enemy catpure only thr -
intervention of the Red Cross.
These young people are not un-
usual in Israel. There are thous-
ands and ten of thousands of
others like them who deem no
effort too great, no sacrifice un-
reasonable in the giant task of
building and defending the Jew-
ish homeland, and provid ng I
over 50.000 refugees who have
already arrived this year and tens
of thousands who are to follow.
In cities and towns throug
America, the members of the
Friendship Mission" are rej I
ing on the tremendous job-
construction, land developnv r.t.
refugee assistance, and child care
which are being carried through
with the funds mare available
bv American Jewrv through the
United Jewish Appeal and carry- _N^undect
ing on locally through the Great- | ;anK
er Miami Jewish Federation.
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companion. Rica Menache. stayed
on the job in the Old City until
its .-uire:.der to the Arab Legion,
narrowly esaping removal to
Transjordan. A native of the Bel-
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tine because of a deep love for
the Jewish homeland around
through her paticipation in the
Zionist Youth Movement.
Refugees from the intolerance
and hatred of Europe. Yehuda
Kopped and Alexander Albala
given glorious service in the
defense of their chosen homeland
Koppel. a native of Kiev. Russia.
isked his life time and again in
wing up Arab installations and
armament workshops ir. the Haifa
r^rea. The hundred men whom
he commanded constituted one-
third of the entire force which
captured Haifa. Later, when he
saw action in Galilee. Koppel was
a member of the first convoy to
get through to Yehiam. after
those who had tried before had
wiped out by enemy action
W unded at Jenin, he holds the
of Operational Com-
mander.
Alexander Albala came to Pal-
estine via the "underground"
from his home in Budapest. Hun- <
gary. He saw some of the heaviest
action of the Arab-Jewish con-
The officer in charge of
units in Haifa of CHEN, women's
group of the Israeli Army, is
Shula Friedberg. twenty-four-
year-old native of Kovno. Lithu-
ania, who came to Palestine at
the age of thirteen. When hostili-
ties began, she lef a successful
career as a fashion designer to
face danger and death in the
heavy fighting on the Haifa-Le-
banon road. She also helped in
the successful defense of the set-
tlement at Ramath Yohanan.
Under constant heavy fire of
Arab guns, a small group of fear-
less young men built Israel's
"Burma Road" through the moun-
tains to Jerusalem. One of those
men. Zerubavel Chefetz. is a
member of the "Friendship Mis-
sion." Not only did he work to
build the road, he braved death
by acting as a guide to the first
jeeps to use it. and to the Israeli
air force which took part in the
important defense actions in this
area. At present a platoon com-
mander. Chefetz. although only
twenty.three years old. has ten
years' experience in defending
the Jewish homeland, having
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PAGE KLL'VLN
Capital Spotlight
WASHINGTONIf you lived
in Germany after Hitler's rise to
0Wcr, and had your shop, sav-
ings, or investments confiscated
by the Nazis, there's a chance
you're going to get them back.
Th;s is the import of the recent
announcement by the Alien Prop-
erty Office in the Department of,
justice that all qualified residents |
in'the United States who may j
have debt-claims pending against
Gei many for Nazi confiscation of
their property or wealth must
have those claims filed before
January 3, 1949.
A "debt-claim," according to
the department, relates to busi-
nesses taken over by Hitler at a
time when they owed their own-
ers investors, clients or creditors
money. If, after confiscating the
firms. Hitler refused to meet these
debts because the creditors were
Jewish, the Justice Department
feels adjustments should be made.
If the owners of the confiscated
shops and businesses were those
persecuted by the Nazis because
0f religious beliefs, they are like-
wise entitled to file debt-claims.
The Justice Department says
persons eligible to file a debt-
claim are not only American citi-
zens but also aliens who have
lived in this country continuous-
ly since Pearl Harbor Day-^De-
cember 7, 1941. Citizens of the
Philippines are likewise eligible.
The money to meet debt-rlaims
which the department feels are
justified will come from con-
fiscated German assets held in
this country. In most examples,
it was indicated, these German
assets were, in turn, confiscated
by the Nazis from their rightful
owners in Germany. A full cycle
will thus be completed for those
ex-Germans whose debt-claims
are met by the United States
government.
The first debt-claims that will
be processed will be those against
properties and funds now held in
the United States, or those which
were deposited here by Nazi firms
or officials. Those claims relating
to properties and funds still in
Germany and Austria have yet
to be determined.
Even so, all debt-claims mu*t
be filed by January 3, 1949, and
this deadline is important. The
deadline has been imposed by the
Justice Department so that once
all claims have been filed, the
department's full energies can
be devoted to weighing them and
according swift action to the
claimants. Already a "substantial
number of people" have filed their
claims, and the register of claim-
ants is expected to lengthen great-
ly before the deadline.
The method of filing a claim is
easy. If you are an individual
the Justice Department suggests
you drop into its Alien Property
Office in Washington, if conveni-
ent. If inconvenient, merely write
for a special form, which will be
mailed to you.
If you have a corporate or busi-
ness interest in the Nazi assets
held here, the Justice Department
will permit any corporation or-
ganized under Federal, state, ter-
ritorial or Philippine law to
handle the debt-claim for you.
Maule Industries Host
At Picnic For Employees
More than 1,300 picnickers took
over Crandon Park and Virginia
Beach Sunday on the occasion
of Maule Industries' annual pic-
nic for employees and their
families. F. Paul Anderson, gen-
eral superintendent of operations
for Maule, was in charge of ar-
rangements. White employees
from the local plants gathered at
Crandon Park while the picnic
for the colored employees and
their families was held at Vir-
ginia Beach. Following the ath-
letic events an old-fashioned fried
chicken dinner was served. C. B.
King is president of Maule In-
dustries which is a pioneer South
Florida company engaged in the
manufacture and distribution of
concrete block and building ma-
terials.
Rabbi April
To Conduct The
llolv llav Services
High Holy Day arrangements
have been completed by the Mi-
jami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. Rabbi Simon April will
conduct the services assisted by
a choir composed of members of
the senior and junior congrega
tions together with Hebrew
school students. William Wein-
traub is chairman of the ticket
committee which will be at the
building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
every evening from 7 to 10.
Rabbi Lehrman Officiates
At Beach Weddings
Recent weddings at which
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Reach Jewish Center, of-
ficiated included Phyllis S. Zin-
ner, 2478 S.W. 12th St. to Harold
Bessell, New York City; Sony a
Zaias, 1421 Collins Ave. to Rap-
hael Belkov; Sylvia Levine, 435
Espanola Way to Edward Allen
Gleich, 1614 Pennsylvania Ave.:
Rosalyn Simmons to Jerome Brill.
41 Washington Ave.; Harriet Re-
becca Dresnick of 610 16th St. to
Samuel Kessler; Natalie Friedman
to Irwin Gars; and Frances R.
Horngrad, 4812 Pinetree Drive to
Burton Stewart Marks.
Miamians Returning From Europe To Be
Guests At Forum Sponsored By Temple
Conditions in Europe this summer will be discussed at Temple
Israel on Wednesday, September 15, at a joint meeting of the Sister-
hood and Men's Club, when a group of ten Temple members who
vacationed in France, Italy, Switzerland, and other European coun-
tries this year will be welcomed home.
Participating in the report and symposium discussion will be
Mr and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan B. Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. William Singer, and Mr. and Mrs.
Acting as moderators for the discussion and question period are
Morris Glass and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Henry E. Wolff, presi-
dent of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Isaac Levin .president of the
Sisterhood, wil greet the guests. Jerome E. Freehhng is program
chairman. ...
A reception will folow the program, which is open to the public.
Entries in "Miss B'nai B'rith" contest. Miss Bunny Lynn and
Miss Lois Nevins, examine gold trophy held by Miss Jean Brom-
berg (center), winner of 1947 contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge,
l B'nai B'rith. The winner will be selected at the third annual
I dance, Sunday, September 12. at the Frolic Club. Bayshore Place
and MacArthur Causeway. ___________________________________
Litz Opens New Kosher
Market In Southwest
Formerly associated with Mel's
Market, Miami Beach, Sam Litz
has opened "Sam's strictly Kosh-
er Vneat and poultry market" at
322 S.W. 12th Ave. He will also
specialize in kosher delicatessen
and his market is under the sup-
ervision of the Greater Miami
Vaad Kakashruth. Before coming
to Miami Mr. Litz was engaged
in the meat and poultry business
in Philadelphia.
Miami Beach Center Asks
Early Reservations
Joseph M. Rose, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, has announced
that services for the High Holy
Days will be held in the new
synagogue building at 17th St.
and Washington Ave. Congrega-
tion members are urged to se-
cure their tickets now so as to
insure being able to participate in
the services in the air-conditioned
building.
Barn Dance Scheduled by
Beth David Sisterhood
The first social event on the
calendar of Beth David Sister-
hood will be a barn dance, No-
vember 3, at the Bayfront Re-
creation Hall, Biscayne Blvd. and
5th St. Mrs. Harry August, chair-
man of the affair, announces that
a country store booth will be
featured. Members are requested
to bring their "white elephants'
to the sisterhood meeting on
Wednesday.
Obituaries
MRS. RACHEL WOLF
Age 78, residing at 1627 S.W. isth
St., passed away xuililonly In Wash-
ington, l>. C. on Tuesday while visit-
ing her children. A resident of Miami
sineo 1920 Mrs. Wolf is survived by
her husliaiid. John, of Miami; three
sons. I.....n. Jerry and ESdward, all of
Washington; three daughters residing
in Miami Beiuh, Mrs. Harold Tobin.
Mrs. Jasper Cromer and Mrs. Hose
Sriual; anil two sisters. Mrs. li.
K.uidel of Miami, find Mrs. Julius
Wolpe of Washington. Graveside serv-
ices will he held in the Jewish seetlon
of Woodlawn Memorial Park today
;it noon. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. The arrangements are under
the direction of Gordon Funeral Home.
I Unveiling
Unveiling of a monument to the
' memory of the late Esther Becker
will take place Sunday at 10
' a.m. in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park, with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating.
I Friends and relatives are request-
>ed to attend.
MRS. IDA SILVER
ill, of 984 S.W. 4th St., passed away
Wednesday following a brief illness.
V resilient of Miami for 12 years,
Mrs. Silver rame here from Chicago
She leaves her husband, Sam Silver;
one son. Harry of Chicago; one
daughter, Mrs. PrltSlfl Kaplan of Chi-
cago: and a granddaughter, Mrs. La
Verne Hoffman, "f st. Paul. Minn.
Services were held yesterday in the
Thai.el of Cordon Kuneial Home with
Kablii Simon April officiating. Burial
was in the Jewish section Of Wood-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,
1948
Samuel Friedland Announces Food Fair
Chain Stores To Operate In Florida
Samu-l Friedland of Miami*"
\ewsbits
The local 1949 March of Dimes
will be headed by Circuit Judge
B E. Holt. Judge Holt will
. man of the drive
consecutive year.
Jewish War Veterans Post Selects New
Honor Guard; Arranges Final Rites
Beac man of the board of
directors of Fond Fair Stores.
Inc.. announced that the seven-
state chain is
nding its op-
e rat ions into
Florida.
He disclosed
acquisitior. of the
"Food Lane"
51 res :r. Miami
Council Off ic*?
lias Owners List
Of Seized Goods
as
: names to
F )d Fair." At
Fr:ed'.c.-d
he revealed : I I ".02nd link in
the chain :s now under construc-
tion in Edison Center, Miami
Xh. iss -ted firms of Alex-
Jr., Inc. and Alex-
& Associates have an-
rchase of Belcher
National Council 1 Jewish, [ndustri teidWVhw?
of the Fore:,, B
I names t '' ~ ---------
in whose behalf, cl David R. Isei as been elect.
and Coral Gables be registered with the Dutch g v. executive council
rhanging of f ..... .. .. ..-
:.-. Holland d
which were sold by I N
The f
Dutch government
K-ith the Dutch v. executive coum.u ui -
Real Estate Man,
which (. harles a i -
lur. ; | Dresident. Other
Since the wherea >uU
Friedland. >f the Shel- riginal owners ...: n
born I M Beach, when the list is on file t th
he resides, began the grocery en- 315 Langford Building
terprise v the opening of a ( rmation car. be st
small st >re in Harrisburg. Pa.. ____________
in 1921.
A M Miaaii a>m Official
Beach Jewish. C mmunity Cen- 9VUTB IPlill
ter. Mr. FrW Hand takes an ac- ]g CllPSt Head
live part in its Charles B. Johns.
A notaj mill si m in the
. een n imed p
v..:; serve include
.:.. vice president:
T. S '
J E Kollenbeck. executive
new legislation
up : c nsi lera.
- the next session of Con-
; is c ng George
will "end the
lent conferenc*
-. Caux, Switzerland.
Eui pe he will observe
The Honor Guard of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post No. 174.
Jewish War Veterans, held an
election of officers recently at
which the following slate was
h isen: Kenneth Braidman, com-
mander: Imrich Eichenbaum, vice
commander; Hy M. Morris, ad-
jutant: Sidney Horn, finance of-
: Ted Lingston, quartcrmas-
ter; Joe Krissel. chaplain, and
Jack Silver, assistant chaplain. A
certificate of merit for outstand-
ing service was voted to Frank
Kline, Joe Krissel and Hy M.
Morris.
The Honor Guard announced
that if parents or relatives of a
returned veteran, or parents or
family of a veteran dying in this
area, should desire the services
of the Guard to perform final mil-
itary rites at the graveside, Ken-
neth Braidman. 3-2517, or Hy M.
Morris, 4-6180, should be con-
tacted.
Hadassah Installs
Officers Sept. 29
An installation luncheon will be
held by the Miami Beach Group
of Hadassah at the Hyde Park
Hotel on Wednesday, September
20. Chairman of the affair is Mrs
Milton Wolfei with Mrs Lou
Heiman serving as co-chairman
Tickets to the luncheon will be
$2.50 and reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Wolfe at
5-5771, Mrs. Heiman, 58-1963, Mrs
Herman Popkin, 5-5200. Mrs. Leo
Chaikin, 5-4053 or Mrs. Adolph
Ginsburg at 5-9186.
I ** S5J5S? Obituaries
gr0'A" \Te the depressi >f 1M3-when man in the Special Gifts Division Italy .-. and England^ He
Friedland tes de- for the l949 Dade c m.
cidec to closi I t small, con-
ventional type outlets and to op<.r.
big. scienl I super-
kets featuring si If-si 1
The chain r. w h ts in
Virginia. D Maryland.
Pennsylvania. New Jersey and
-
.;; als c nfer with Allied of-
munity Chest campaign, :: was ials n th< Russian situal
announced today by Oscar E.
D '.;.
man.
Jr., Special Gifts chair-
A rding 1 Si ers, "th< trip
r I it .. nment (:.;. '"-
: ance to fa 1 iliar-
.:-. those
problems.*1
ning of the
Johns will be responsil U i- r
the solicitation of company and
New V rk, s a volume I executive gifts from national
$121,765,206 in j corporations, which, are th si new West Flagler playground took
ted to top bus nesses whose principal head- place Monday. The grounds
quarters are outside of. |Dade adjacent to the Flagler dog track
ty, D" ly stated. His a] r dnt- re leased by the city from
ment completes the top leader- thi West Flagler Kennel Clu.
ship of the Special Gifts division. a dollar a year. Jacob Sher. presi-
5140 this :
Fri 51 i that p n-
ing of othi \- is
r ir. Florid I nl
to ai n the economic
state."
T E -.- n Centei unit, or.e
M irgest n tail food out-
lets, is fully air-conditioned. The
40.000 squaia t site provides
ample parking space.
More than 3.000 food items will
be stocked. The market also con-
tains complete self-service meat.
dairy and I -- a depart-
ments, and ike shopping
tasit?' feat ires huge modern re^
eye-level |
food displays, fluorescent light- i
MRS. RACHEL WOLF
\g, 1 162" S.W. 13th St.. passed
esday in Washington. 1 >. C.
. e re] itives. A resident of
120, \ eptlng ;< short
A-hl h she lived In Washlnir-
s ;: red by husband, John Wolf;
sons, Leon, Jerry and Edward
- Washington: three daughters, Mrs.
Mrs. Jasper Croraer and
Irs. I Si gal, ;11 <( Miami Beach;
Rlsti 1 Mrs. B. Kandel of
nd Mrs. Julius Wolpe of
kVashlngton. Graveside services win
... :.. .i. Ish section "f \\ ood-
Park Cemetery, Friday, at in
k noon. Rabbi Mas Shapiro, of-
>: i..ii Funeral Home In
an angements.
WGBS Official Is Guest
At Weekly Luncheon
Frank Jaffe, promotion man-
ager of WGBS, will address the
members of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith at their luncheon meeting
today in the Downtowner Rest-
aurant.
A FREE CALENDAR
TO OUR READERS!
24 Years of Hebrew-English
Dates
Bar Mitzvah dates, Yahrtzeit
dates any Hftbrew datos from
1925 on can hp found quickly
ami easily with this ralr-ndar.
ich bears the responsibility ol dent 1 f the club, presented th<
aisir.g i-. major portion : I
SI.013.173 goal' in the Ri I F. athi r
drive scheduled for November 5
to 23.
Other Special Gifts section.-
heae'ed by James L. Knight, for
the solicitation of local firm and
executive gifts, and Stanley C.
Myers, in charge of obtaining
gifts of $200 or more from indi-
viduals.
to ffic flow.
Abe Mai :. will supervise op-
e as vice pn sident in
charge of the Fl 'i':da disti I
WARSAW, (JTA) Rudolf
Hentschel. a German war crimi-
nal responsible for the death of
many Polish Jews, was this week
senterced to death by a Warsaw
court. Hentschel was a former
barracks conimander in the Da-
chau death camp.
Residing at 350 Grand Con-
course. Miami Shores, Johns is a
board mem'ier of the Young
I Men's Christian Association, the
Dade County Research Founda-
n, and the American Cancer
Society. He has served in ;
Chest campaigns in connection
. the Retail Merchants' As-
sociation.
[rounds to the City of Miami
M >r Robert Floyd accept-
n behalf of the city govern-
ment.
The Israt 1 Corporation of Amer-
ica, dedicated to furthering the
. imic upbuilding of Israe1
through a program of housing an<
the promotion of essential ir.dus-
. has been formed with fund
of S25.000.000, according to Albert
Schiff. Zionist leader of Colum-
bus. Ohio. Among the organize!
of the new enterprise is Abra-
ham Goodman of Miami Beach
There is a possibility of Goodmar
leavi Israel for a 3 month
stay where he will take an active
part in the corporations activity.
MRS. IDA SILVER
64, of :! H W. Ith St passed away
Wednesday after a brief Illness. A
. :.! here 12 > eai s, coming from
'hi. aco. III. Wife of Sam Silver,
nother of Harry Silver and Mrs.
i/.. Kaplan, both, of Chicago, Also
survived by one granddaughter, Mrs.
.;i Verne Hoffman <>f 8t. Paul, Minn
service* were Thursdaj In chapel
" Gordon Funeral Home. Rabbi Simon
Vprll officiating.

MRS. REINE ROBBINS
i >f l t"i Funston, Hollyw.....I, Fin.,
d away in a .Miami Beach hos-
pital Sept. 6, after .i lengthy Illness.
... i i hi re held ai
Rlvi rslde Memorial Chapel, u:..
>Va8hington .\\"i.. Miami Beach, Sept
., at l" i :n Rabbi ("oln an A, '/li -
an ol ri( : Ing. Sun i> Ing ai e two
I ti rs, Mrs. Belma Wolln. Hol -
wood, I'la : Mrs. Viola R, H-iinett.
k, N. .1.
The 24-year Hebreic-Englith Co/-
r tul ar... nil Hebrew Aatet, 1925 to
1949. All Jewish holiday! to 1964.
For your free copy, just addresi
a postcard or a letter to:
H. J. HEINZ CO. Dept. J2
Pittsburgh, Pa.
I WANT MY MILK
Estab
Rabbi Jerome Feinstein
Publishes Text Book
And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dscro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek
Labor Day morning saw the
dedication of Dade County's new
S180.000 blood bank ar.d medical
h center at N.W. 10th Ave
St. A. J. Cleary. foundei
of the original blood bank, pre-
sided. A S25.000 grant made by
Rabbi Jerome Feinstein, son- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ludwig, of
in-law of Mrs. Edna Weiss. 244" Miami Beach, together with funds
Flamingo Drive, has published a raised by the sale of blood serum
text book which is being widely provide-; necessary monies for
used in Hebrew schools in the the building. Some 50 medical
north. He is connected with the men. laboratory technicians and
.Jewish Center of Violet Park in office workers will be employed
I the Bronx. j in the new edifice.
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Our Beloved Spiritual Leader
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Will conduct services and
Deliver the Sermons
Seats may be obtained in the Synagogue
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SAMUEL HILL, Gabai
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High Holy Hays Servieefl
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Kick-off Breakfast Arranged To Start
Local B'nai B'rith Membership Effort
B'nai B'rith Council membership chairman, E. Albert Pallot,
and past district presidents Louis Heiman and Isaac Levin will
address those present at the Kick-off Breakfast on September 26
at the Marseilles Hotel.
Attending in their capacity of membership drive chairmen
will be John Kronenfeld ana
Marx Faber, Sholem Lodge; Bar-
mU Beckerman and Godfrey
Newman. Miami Beach Lodge;
Irving Cypen and Gershon Mil-
ler. Tropical Lodge; A. J. Kaplan
and Mark Silverstein, North
Shore Lodge; Leonard Spiegel
and Alvin Corenblum, Coral
Gables Lodge; and Richard Ger-
stein and Bob Levin, Isaac Levin
Lodge.
Representing the eight wom-
en's organizations of B'nai B'rith
will be District Grand Lodge No.
5, 1st vice president, Mrs. Irving
Becker, and State Federation
president, Mrs. Sam Silver. Presi-
dents of local groups expected to
attend are Mrs. Harry Gordon,
Sholem Lodge; Mrs. Harold Turk,
Miami Beach: Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
Coral Gables Lodge; Miss Ethel
Pont, Emma Lazarus Business
and Professional Women; Mrs.
Maxine Rcinhard, Rose Chapter:
Mrs. Stanley Phillips, North
Shore: Miss Donna Feldman,
Debbs BBYW; and Miss Gloria
Farkas, Clara Landau, BBYW.
The membership drive will end
on October 31 with a rally in
Flamingo Park, observing the
105th anniversary of the founding
of B'nai B'rith.
Miami Symphony
Starts Ticket Sale
Sale of subscription tickets for
the nine pairs of concerts to be
given this season by the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra will begin Monday, an-
nounced Mrs. Marie Volpe, or-
chestra business manager. Tickets
may be purchased in room 204
of the administration building,
Cordelia's Book Store, Amidon's
Music Stores, Miami Beach Radio
Shop, and at 340 S.E. 1st St.
Single tickets will be on sale
October 25.
The opening concert on Octo-
ber 31, conducted by Modeste
Alloo, will star Svet Svanholm,
Wagnerian tenor of the Metro-
politan Opera House.
Sholem Lodge To
Feature Youth
Month Program
A civic affairs program will be
held Tuesday at 8:14 p.m. when
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith hears
George E. Patterson, Jr., of the
Dade County Crime Commission
and Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal,
juvenile delinquency expert, in
a panel disucssion of adult crime
and juvenile delinquency. The
meeting will be held at Temple
Israel and will be open to the
public. The program is under the
direction of Sidney Aronovitz and
is being conducted in observance
of National Youth Month.
Cantor Julius Rosenstein
To Serve Hollywood
Cantor Juliivs Rosenstein off
Miami Beach, will officiate dur-
ing the High Holy Days at the
Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood in conjunction with
Rabbi Max Kaufman. Cantor
Rosenstein has been associated
with synagogues in Brooklyn,
Congregation Olcv Sholom of Or-
lando, Temple Beth Sholom and
the Miami Beach Community
Center.
LEGAL NOTICE
Transportation Available
To Miami Y Nursery
Parents who desire transporta
tion for their children to attend
the Miami Y nursery may secure
this service by the payment of a
small additional fee. Mrs. Helen
Temple, chairman of the Miami
Y Youth Committee, announced.
Those interested should contact
Mrs. Grossman at the Y nursery.
Consumptive Society
Meets At Robert Richter
The Greater Miami Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society will
hold its opening meeting on Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the Robert
Richter Hotel. A full program is.
planned for the coming year to
assist the tubercular of the com-
munity.
IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.)
Miami Bearh
During the Forthcoming Holidays
ROSH HASHONO YOM KIPPUR
Sunday Evening, Oct. 3 Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12
Monday, Oct. 4
Tuesday, Oct. 5 Wednesday. Oct. 13
Tickets May Ee Procured at the Academy
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ->i
Lemar Hotel hi 286 9th si., Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of tin- Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
FLORENCE WELOFF
Sole owner
HARRY DIETZ
Congress lildg.
Attorney for Applicant
'.1/10-17-21 10/1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 47033
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Hint
Ben Boskln, holder as assignee of
Little River Valley Drainage District
Tax CerUfioates numbered :m and itu,
dated the 27th day Of May, A.D. 1946,
has filed said Certificates In my
Of I ice, and has made application for
tax deed to issue thereon in accord-
an e with law. Bald Certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
eity, situated in Dade County. State
oi Florida, to wit!
Lota 11, 12, Block 5, 2nd Resubdlvl-
sioii of North Silver Crest, Plat Book
li, Page 21, In the County of Hade,
State of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate No, B0. The assessment
I said property under the said
Certificate issued was In the name
of Watson F. Plnckaid.
K 50.08 ft. of Tract l. Rev. Plat of
Christie Lawns, a Sub., Plat I look :;:.,
Page 18, Containing .16 Acres more or
less in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 90. The assessment of said prop-
erty under the said Certificate Issued
was in the name of (iarrett N. .Miller.
Unless said certificates shall lie re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 18th day of
October, A. D. 1948.
Dated this 31st day of August, A. D.
1918.
D, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By s. s. MOORE,
Deputy Clerk.
'.1/10-17-24 10/1
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/JRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY-. IN CHANCERY, No.
119188.
EDWARD DIliENEDETTO, Plaintiff,
VS. YVONNE DiBJiNEDETTO. De-
fendant.
To: YVONNE DIBKNEDETTO.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 18th day of September. 1948,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 30th day of August, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
i llerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. VV. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL j. RAND, Attorney
117 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/2-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Garden center ut 11603 N.E.
2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANTHONY VIRGA
NANCY VIRGA
Silver, Kaplan. Dletz & Lasky
Attorneys for applicants
8/20-27 9/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LIBBER'S LUGGAGE BHOP at :.oi
West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX UEBER, Owner
harry ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
OUsineaa under the fictitious name of
Circle Market at !HS Everglades Con-
course, Miami Beach, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDWARD GOLDSTEIN
FRANCES GOLDSTEIN
Owners
OEORGE CHERTKOF
808 olymphi lildg.
Attorney for Applicants
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desirlnK to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W.
17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
tho circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
T.ILYAN POLANSKY
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress lildg.
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
TROPICAL LANDSCAPERS nt 1601
Alton Road. Miami Reach, Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK E. FRIEDBERG
LOUIS FRIEDBERG
Owners
SAMUEL .1. RAND, Attorney
1117 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/10-17-24 HV1-8
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that Harry
Rosen and Harry Siegel on the 19th
day of July, 1948 dissolved the co-
partnership known as Carrlb Novelty
Company of 44 Northeast First Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, and that Harry
siegel is no longer connected with
aid Can ib Novelty Company.
RRESI.oW & GELB. Attys.
i I0-1V-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JUMBO SANDWICH at 12 S.W. 17th
Avenue intend to register said name
with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court Of
Dade County, Florida.
ARNOLD NOVICK
MIRIAM NOVICK
'1/10-17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
'ARK BAB AND ('.KILL at 1527 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, F'lorlda.
BETTY BECKER
Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Vttorneya for Applicant
/10-17-24 10/1-8
Twenty Years With
Leading Clubs and Hotels
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his jfolin his orchestra
Limited engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARR DRY CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY at 1.129 North Bayshoro Drive,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
'said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda.
HENRY KAPLAN
MILLER & PODELL,
Attorneys
2S6 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
8/27 9/3-10-17-24

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Highland Park Market at 1400 N.W.
8th Court. Miami, F'lorlda. intend to
regikter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MOE BERKOWITZ
ARNOLD HL'RVITZ
Owners
8/13-20-27 9/3-10_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:by GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Waldner Bag Co. (Not Inc.) 'at 127
N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorlda.
LEAH WALDNER
Sole owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
v 20-21 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 108
I'once de Leon Boulevard, Coral
Gables, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, F'lorlda.
LFX> A. CHAIK1N
AARON WEINKLE
CARL WEINKLE
Applicants
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
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
SOUTH SEAS HOTFTL at 1751 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorlda.
GEORGE GOLDBERG
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
Applicants
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THF; CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 119007.
WILLIAM JOSEPH WHYTOCK.
Plaintiff, vs. MARTHA ELIZABETH
WHYTOCK, Defendant.
TO: MARTHA ELIZABETH WHY-
TOCK
416 Rosecrans Avenue
Manhattan Beach, California
You, MARTHA ELIZABETH WHY-
TOCK, are hereby notified to file
your appearance In the above cause
for divorce on or before the 26th
day of September, 1948, otherwise a
degree pro confesso will be entered
against you. ______
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
S/27 9/3-10-17
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL C1BCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 118924.
JOSEPH ANTHONY KLOSENSKI,
Plaintiff, vs. ANNA ELIZABETH
KLOSENSKI, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA ELIZABETH
KLOSENSKI.
171 Lockwood Avenue,
Stamford, Connecticut.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you In the
above styled cause on or before the
17 day of September, 1948, otherwise
the allegations of said BUI of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLOR1DIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florid*.
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 & LASKY
Solicitors for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami SI, F'lorlda
8/20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF:N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOLDIN'S APOTHECARY at 1633
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
F'lorlda, Intend to reg^s>-r said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDIN
JEROME GOLDIN
Applicants
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/13-20-27 9/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF" F'LORIDA, IN AND F'OR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No.
1189M,
JEAN LAMPART. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN
LAMPART, Defendant.
YOU, Joll.N LAMPART. 25 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 be entered
against you.
DATED: August 19, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal i
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/20-279/3-10-17__ __________________
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFJVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAD1C COUNTY.
F'1-ORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118901.
VELMOND BOURQUE, Plaintiff, vs.
Mi.NNIF: BOURQUE, Defendant.
TO: MRS. MINNIE BOURQUE
52 F'ALMOUTH STREET
RUMF'ORD, MAINE
YOU ARE HF:REBY required to
file an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
September 20. 1948; otherwise a De-
cree pro confesso will be entered
.i 'alnst you In accordance with the
Statutes of the State of Florida so
made and provided.
Dated this 17 day of August, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8/20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
119031-C.
TRANCES G DICKER. Plaintiff, vs.
HKII.MAX GLICKER, Defendant.
TO: HERMAN GLICKER
14205 cherry Avenue
Flushing
Long Island, New Y'ork
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and
required to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause
on or before September 2:1. 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 F'loridian, a newspaper
published iti Dad.- County, F'lorlda.
Dated this 24th day of August,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FR1F:DMAN
Attorney at Law
102.1 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
21391.
In Re: ESTATE OF"
MORRIS RAUBF'OGEL. Deceased.
To ah Creditors and Ail Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which YOU, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, F'lorlda.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 19:13 Probate
Act.
Date Sept. 1. A.D. 1948.
ELSIE RAUBFOOBL,
As Administratrix of the F'state
of MORRIS RAUBFOOBL, De-
cessed.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for ELSIE RAUBFOGEL,
Administratrix.
9/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCFUtY, No. 119137.
MARGOT STERN. Plaintiff, vs.
GERHARD STERN, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIX)RIDA
TO: GERHARD STERN
132-21 Avery Avenue
Flushing, L. I., New York
You are hereby notified ami ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above styled cause on or before the
30th day of September, 1948; other-
wise the allegations of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published In Dade County, F'lorlda.
DATED this 30 day of August,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
9/3-10-17-24

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JJVES OF OUR TJMES

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,
1948
*aoovc* NOQMAN t JOl NO0(l
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Born in Poland in i860, with a back-
ground THAT INCLUDfD A GIANO-MTHil
WHO WAS ONE OF THE EARLIEST LEADERS
Of THE HASIPIC MOVEMENTJHIS JEWISH
YOUTH WAS TO BECOME THE FOUNDER W
MODERN HEBREW JOURNALISM ANP ONE
Of THE MOST ABLE EXPONENTS OF
ZIONISM.....
AT THE AGE Of HE MARRIED THE
DAUGHTER Of A WEll-TO-DO JEW Of
S ENTERED THE COMMERCIAL
FIEID.TRAVEIUNG fOR A COTTON-
CONCERN WITHOUT SUCCESS.IATR HE
WORKED AS SECRETARY IN THE SPAN-
ISH CONSULATE IN WARSAW.
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son
A SON Of ORTHODOX PARENTS, HE
STUDIED TH TAlMuD.WBU.COMSt
HEBREW GRAMMAR BUT DESPITE THE
LACK Of SKUA* EDUCATION, HE RE-
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THE JEWISH AGENC1 FOR PALEST-
INE i THE WORLD ZrON.ST
ORGANIZATION.
AT THE OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR I W
MOVED FROM WARSAW TO LONDON AkP
JOINED PR WElZMANN IN ZIONIST POLIT-
ICAL ACTIVITIES HE PROVEP AW EFFECTIVE
DIPLOMAT ON THE CONTINENT ON MANY
IMPORTANT ZI0NI5T MISSIONS HE MS
RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAiMUG THE AF?XO*Al
OF THE BAiFOUR DECLARATION BY THE FRiNU,
ITAilAN/OtrSH, AUMANIAN iSOOTH AFRICAN
IN 1881,HE BECAME EDtTOAOf HATZEFIRAH
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SOON AFTER.
ORIGINALLY NOTAZIONIST.HE
BECAME KEENLY INTERESTED III
THE MOVEMENT AFTER AHEAD-
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ZIONIST CONGRESS.Ht LATER
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THE WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZAT-
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OVER 4500 ARTIES JO BOOKS IN HEBREW.YIPWSH.ENGHSH.GERMftifOllSH.
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Bar Mitzvah Ruling
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. : play In his home town. H.. I s Dy Mrs, Louis J. this reason that the Greater Mi-
knows thai Moline is offering ig fCrensky, president of the Sister-
m ney I every star it | sibl; ,j under which auspices the
:....: to lure them away snop is conducted. Mrs. Leon that a boy
BAA Adolph realizes Kronish, Mrs. Leon J. Ell and'of Jewish education to be eligible
that the niinois lean I P Mrs Alexander Kogan are now for the Bar Mitzvah ceremony on
the Sabbath. Two years attend-
ance in Sunday School is not
equivalent to the two-year re-
Insj
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suffering i pitching
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in New York purchasing mer-
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more. As a last resort he would
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Jewish
Education Month Listen To:
WMBM (800). Wednesday,
Sept. 22. 8:45 A.M., A. P.
Gannes, speaker.
WINZ (940), Sunday, Sept.
26. 4:30-4:45 P.M., Max
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much about Jewish ball players
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1. Adult Education class.
2. College of Jewish Study,
Miami Y.
3. Institute on Judaism.
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to youth and adult organiza-
tions requesting assistance
and guidance in planning
Jewish cultural and educa-
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Community Has Stake In Jewish Education
IpEAR JEWISH COMMUNITY:
Ours is a dynamic Jewish community:
A new community, comparatively speaking, it has organizations and
.congregations, schools and clubs of every variety, of every ideology, and of
tvery relig.ous belief. It is a community in the process of growing up, in the
process of finding itself. If we are to judge the guality of our
community, it is necessary to examine our cultural and educa-
tional programs.
I wish to write briefly of our educational work. It is en-
couraging to report that educational opportunities of every
variety have been made available for our children__from the
reform on the one hand to the Yiddish and All Day School on
the other hand.
It is encouraging that more than 50% of Greater Miami
Jewish children were found in Jewish schools in the 1947-48
school year.
It is gratifying that the community, through the Miami
Jewish Federation, has recognized that Jewish education is a
Community task, and therefore endorses and finances the Bureau of Jewish
Education. The latter is the community agency rendering a variety of educa-
tional services to all schools, youth and adult organizations, and interested in
advancing the standards attained in Jewish education.
Yet it is not enough! Too many children still remain unschooled! Too many
Barents remain indifferent to the urgent need for giving their children a sound
ewish education. Too many consider Jewish education a preparation for Bar
/litzvah. Too many organizations talk glibly about Jewish content, and leave
in the talking stage. We cannot and should not rest until all children
are in attendance in a Jewish school. We cannot rest until youth and
adult organizations take action upon their Jewish educational and cultural
needs and fulfill them. Experience has shown that ignorant Jews spurn their
fewishness and attempt to escape it. At this time and age, when Israel has
Dnce again taken its place among the nations of the world, every Jew needs
to come into his own by studying seriously his own place in the Jewish world
and thrill to the romantic adventures of a people that has traversed all ages
and yet lives today. We cannot afford at this time to have Jews without
ludaism.
The need for trained and informed leadership in Jewish communal life
has never been greater than it is at the present time. We, who participate
in planning for the future development and growth of our community today,
through our central planning agency, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
can make the plans, but it will be the leaders of tomorrow, the youth of today,
who will carry out and implement the planning we do. This V
will reguire on their part a thorough understanding and |
knowledge of and identification with the basic concepts and
philosophies of Jewish life.
It therefore appears elementary that any investment a
Jewish community makes in training and educating its youth
to assume responsibilities of leadership, is sound and practical.
Through an organized system of Jewish education, well ad-
ministered, community supervised and financed, the necessary
training can be made available to those who will carry on in
the future the responsibilities that we bear today. That in
essence was the intent of our Federation when it helped establish the local
Bureau of Jewish Education.
The guality of the Jewish community and of its leadership will be directly
related to the Jewish education received. A recognition of this elementary
truth will strengthen Jewish education in our community. We join with other
communities throughout the country in the observance of Jewish Education
Month and urge the vital necessity of a Jewish education for children youth
and adults.
STANLEY C. MYERS,
Chairman, Community Planning Committee
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Jewish education is a major instrument in the unity and continuity of Jews
and hence a must in Jewish life. The whys and wherefores and the hows of
yesterday, today and tomorrow should be the concern of sensitive Jews and
Jewish education attempts to help us find the proper answer.
Our community has created the opportunities in the form of schools, adult
institutes, Jewish library, etc. They await your attention, your endorsement
and your active participation in them.
A. P. GANNES,
Executive Director, Bureau Jewish Federation.
Brief Notes On The Schools In Our Community-Register Your Children In One Of Them!
EBREW ACADEMY
6th St. and Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
This institution is one year old and conducts
integrated secular-Jewish program. Children
illow the Dade County Board of Insturction cur-
culum and receive a Jewish education. Hours
:30-3:30. Housed in excellent quarters, it has
indergarten to grade 5, inclusive. It aims to be
regressive in educational approach to secular
rid Jewish educat on. Bus transportation to and
om Miami and Miami Beach is provided.
ORKMEN'S CIRCLE SCHOOL
At 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
For those interested in giving their children
Yiddish education, this is the only school of its
nd in the Greater Miami area. Its aims are to
the boy and girl a spoken and written
owledge cf the Yiddish language and literature.
includes B ble stories, Jewish history, and (in
e later grades) Hebrew. The school is affiliated
B.J.E.
I ORTHODOX SCHOOLS
Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave., Miami
ach; Miami Jewish Orthodox, S.W. 17th Ave.
S.W. 6th St., Miami; Miami Hebrew, S.W.
2th Ave. and S.W. 11th St., Miami.
These congregations aim to give their chil-
en a traditional Jewish education. The Beth
cob congregation conducts a 5-days-a-week He-
ew school. Up to the age of eight, children may
tend Sunday School. All children above this
are required to attend the other days in the
eek. Junior congregation. The school is affiliated
ith the BJE.
The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has
new attractive, spacious, and airy building. A
inday School in addition to a four-day Hebrew
nool will be conducted this year. Its program
1 be traditional in content and progressive in
Bj. Conducts Junior congregation. Branch of
brew High School sponsored by the BJE. It is
hated with the BJE.
The Miami Hebrew School has a new build-
s' Its program is Orthodox in form and content.
?wot" *unior congregation. It is not affiliated
' BJE.
pday School
tandards
May, 1948, the BJE and the
bbinieal Association adopted a
* of standards for the Sunday
"ools in Greater Miami. These
-lude: length of school year, re-
"rements for confirmation, uni-
m examinations, salary scales
,r teachers. Parents' attention is
PeciaUy called to the require-
nt that to be eligible for con-
a"on a student must have a
1 of four years Sunday School
ng, the last two years of
lch must be consecutive in the
001 confirming.
. the leaders of tomrrow, toe youth of today .
THE CONSERVATIVE SCHOOLS
Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami; Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., M.B.
These institutions conduct a 4-day-a-week
Hebrew School in addition to the Sunday School.
Both have adeguate facilities for their children.
Both have educational directors. The Hebrew
school program is akin to the program in the
Orthodox Schools. Conduct Junior Congregations.
Also High School for Jewish studies. Beth David
conducts special classes for children living at a
distance from the school. Bus transportation is
provided two times weekly. Branches of Hebrew
High School sponsored by BJE housed at Beth
David and MBJC. Both institutions affiliated with
BJE. Each has the beginnings of good library.
Also PTA,
REFORM SCHOOLS
Terrible Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami; Tem-
ple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Temple Israel conducts a Sunday School
only. Employs professional supt. Its facilities are
excellent, and the school has a fine library. From
Kindergarten to Confirmation. Hebrew is included
in the curriculum. It is affiliated with BJE.
Temple Isaiah is a new institution and will
serve the North Beach area. The rabbi hopes to
establish a school in keeping with the standards
of the BJE and hopes to have the institution af-
filiated with the BJE.
LIBERAL SCHOOLS
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
This Congregation conducts a Sunday School
plus 3-day-a-week Hebrew School. Employs pro-
fessional educational director. It has fine facilities
and an excellent library. Bus transportation is
provided for children living at a distance from
the school. Affiliated with BJE.
UNITED JEWISH SCHOOL OF MIAMI
(Coral Gables, West Miami and Flagler-
Granada.)
Meeting at the University of Miami old build-
ing. North Campus. Under direct supervision of
BJE. Will adhere to stands of BJE and will af-
filiate with BJE as soon as feasible.
JEWISH LIBRARY OF GREATER MIAMI
In Bureau of Jewish Education.
A library is symbolic of culture and educa-
tion. Some 2000 volumes on every conceivable
Jewish subject have been collected. The library
includes films and record albums and periodicals.
Housed in 318-319 Congress Building, the library
and its reading room are open Monday-Friday,
9-5 P.M. Books may be borrowed. The public is
invited to take advantage of this cultural op-
portunity
HEBREW AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
The Adult Division of the U. of M. announces
that two courses in Hebrew will be given by
A. P. Gannes this fall: Hebrew A101 for beginners
and Hebrew A102 for those who have some
knowledge of the language, Tuesday and Thurs-
day evenings. It will be taught as a modern,
spoken language. Registration will take place in
the Administration Bldg., Sept. 28, 29, 30, Oct.
1 (7-9 P.M.).
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
Secondary education is gaining ground slow-
ly. Established two years ago by the BJE, the
Hebrew High School will have more than 20
students meeting in three places: MJOC, Beth
David and MBJC. Students study advanced He-
brew, Bible, Mishneh, and related subjects. For
information, call 3-5858.
In
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
Rei"
Miami TyP
Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Cons.
Miami Hebrew, S.W. 12th Ave. and S.W. 11th St. Orth.
Miami Jewish Orth., S.W. 17 Ave. and S.W. 6 St. Orth.
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
United Jewish School, University of Miami
Workmen's Circle, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
MIAMI BEACH
Hebrew Academy, 6th St. and Jefferson Ave.
Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave.
M. B. Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave.
Area Serving
S.W. and N.W.
S.W.
S.W.
All sections
Affiliated
with BJE
Yes
. No
Yes
Yes
C.G., W.M., Flagler-Granada Yes
Yiddish All ections
All-Day All sections
Orth.
Cons.
Liberal
Reform
S. Beach
Central Beach
North Beach
North Beach
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
New sch^~'
Bar Mitzvah Ruling
Unfortunately there are many
parents who do not remember
their spiritual and religious re-
sponsibilties until their boy is 12
or 12 M>. They bring the boy into
the school or obtain a private
teacher to prepare him for Bar
Mitzvah. The ceremony becomes
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LONDON. VJTA'-Jewish un.
ration to South Africa has
banned, it WW reported
here this week from Johannes-
[n thi future only close rela-
tives of Jewish residents of South
Africa will be given visas to
. nter the country, the report
; it is this policy which is
ind the official policy of care-
fUly screening all prospective lm-
rants just established by In-
Minister Theopilus E.
Donges. the report stated.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1Q. m
Eban Outlines Future Israel Policy At U.N.
the U.S..
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Idon :' the "One
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stein, American
ish Agency.
: All the speakers
LaGuardia's spiritual
ty with the principles on
.which Israel is based.
Sherzer Opens Modern
Kosher Food Market
Under the name of "Jerry's
F nest I- Foods" a new kosher
ptned at 242 West Flag-
s' I'nder the ownership man-
: ry Sherzer, form-
: Dade Kosher, "Jerry's"
member of the Kosher
Butchers Guild of Greater Mi-
ami. The new market will carry
:.-. poultry, delicatessen, ap-
iers ar.d dairy products,
.sale and retail.
Unveiling
The unveiling of the memorial
to the memory of the late Esther
Becker will be held Sunday, Sept.
12. 10 a.m. in the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. The
relatives and friends are invited
to be present. The services will
be conducted by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff of Beth Jacob con-
gregation.
Dangers Of Political Instability Pondered
rmntlnued from Page 1) Some political experts feel that
inet. "collectively responsible" to
Parliament ar.d the people, "re-
signs if it ceases to retain ma-
jority support." H no new Cabi-
net can be formed, the President
dissolves the chamber and orders
a new election.
Having decided that point, tl e
com: Jthen
as possi-
[t j Ej various pro-
ds to cut thi number of con-
fidence votes. One provides for
a p..t tion by a tain number
of deli gal
iird of the
total1 Par"
1. ment could force a confidence
tricl con-
I I ct list of
types lati n
Israel has a good chance of gov-
j ernmental stability since the Jew-
ish parties had decades of ex-
perience in working together'in
coalition in the Jewish Agency
under the British Mandate. Also
l the present Cabinet is based on a
1 coalition. Others feel that this
coalition hung together solely be-
cause of the continuing crisis and
might crumble in the days of
peace, adding that the Jewish
Agency did not really have gov-
ernmental responsibility and the
Jews as a nation have had little
experience in self-rule.
Miss Rita Solomon
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Miss Rita
Solomon and Sam LeVine is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mose Solomon, 1900 S.W.
17th Terr. Mr. LeVine is the son
of Mrs. Abrahame LeVine, Co-
lumbus, O., and the late Mr.
LeVine.
After attending schools in Co-
lumbus, the bride-elect was grad-
uated from Miami High school.
She is a charter member of Phi
Gamma sorority, Alpha Chapter
in Columbus, and a member of
Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Business and Professional
Women in Miami.
Her fiance also attended
schools in Columbus and Ohio
State University College of Com-
merce. Of his three years in the
Army Signal Corps, 21 months
were spent in the European the-
ater.
No date for the wedding has
been set.
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guest speaker at the September
16 meeting of the B'nai B'rith of
Hollywood. This will be the initial
meeting of the season and will
take place at the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Polk St., Holly-
wood. The public is invited to at-
tend.
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FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 *Jewisfi Meridian PAGE THREI Off the Record HEARD IN WASHINGTON Thl pro-Arab bloc in the State Department is more active than eVC r before ... It is no secret in informed Washington circles that bu t for the influence and pressure exerted by this clique the Sta of Israel would long ago have received U.S. de jure recognition ... Nor is it a coincidence that the anti-Israel gang has reared its ugly head again on the very eve of the Paris meeting of the General Assembly The boasted unity among the Arab states is falling apart at the iarns ... And the pro-Arab trouble shooters in the government are contemplating giving tne Arab League a shot in the arm They are said to have nuietly intimated to Arab sources in Washington that the General Asseniblv may be receptive to the idea of reconsidering or modifying the Palestine solution ... An Aiab propagandist has boasted that while the U.S. delegation to the Paris session of the Assembly will publicly oppose reconsideeation of the original partition solution it will operate secretly for a revision of its terms ... He bragged that Bevin has succeeded in impressing our top government officials with the fact that if the Jews in Palestine should emerge politically and militarily triumphant in every respect de spite British opposition Britain'.cSeclining prestige in the Near ana Middle East would hit the bottom to the serious detriment of American military and economic interests in that sector of the world But Democratic politicians are puzzled by the President's failure to implement his party's Israel plank ... A delegation ol leading New York Democrats told to act or else risk losing the usually high democratic vote in I. at city Certain clerical elementhave recently been holding the President's attention 01 the Palestine question in general and the Jerusalem issue in particular There have been times in the past when it appeared th; President was on the verge ol announcing de jure recognition o. Israel, the lifting of the arms embargo and the approval by the Export-Import Bank of a $100, 000,000 loan to Israel Whc was responsible for the last-minute delays? Does Secretar> of State Marshall's recent an nouncement that he and the Pres ident see eye-to-eye on the Pal estine issue mean that Truman has been won over lo the State Department's orientation? ... A source close to Washington of ficialdom tells us that when he returned to the capital after a four-week vacation he "sensed' mure pro-Arab and anti-Israe. activity in the State Departmen than when he left. .. Loy Hender son is out but his henchmen re mained and are carrying out hi policies as if there had been m change Direct and independ ent peace talks between Israc and the Arab states are closei than appears on the surface i Wasnington firmly divorced itself from Britain's cold politica war against Israel tranquilit> Would come rapidly to th( troubled area. AN EDITOR SPEAKS To The Members Of The Jewish Ask Your Grocer For David Weissman, vivacious editor of the Los Angeles B'nai B'rith Messenger, dropped in to see us during his recent jaunt through the East And, like the sailor who goes rowboating the minute he quits ship, he immediately proceeded to engage us in a con versation on the future of the Anglo-Jewish press in Amerkr He made the point that the quota of Jewish news in the general press is bound to decrease In time and that when that happens there will be a greater demand for Anglo-Jewish papers in the Jewish communities throughout the land ... He told us that an editor of a large American daily confided to him that he subscribed to an Anglo-Jewisr news service in order to get the proper slant on Jewish affairs home and abroad Weissman does not believe in community subsidized or communitv-ownec papers His tour of the coun try has convinced him tha' "where there wes on inHeoendeni !# %  % %  • %  < V f Itto Anglo-Jewish weekly, the Wei' Congregations Of Greater Miami Friends: For the past ten years the Rabbis of Greater Miami have worked together for the welfare of the Jewish people of 'all the congregations of our community. We are about to form a Synagogue Council in Greater Miami, for the purpose of working together, Rabbis and Congregations, for the best interest of the religious life of the Jewish community. We Rabbis do not ask a member of another congregation to join our congregation. That is the ethical principle we have adopted long ago. But, it seems, however, that the members of the various congregations do not always comprehend this elementary principle of ethical conduct. It is, of course, proper for any Jew, belonging to any one congregation, to become a contributing member of any other or all other congregations, but it is not ethical for a member of one congregation to ask a member of another congregation to withdraw from his congregation and join another. Neither is it proper fo: children whose parents belong to one congregation to attend religious school of another congregation, unless the Rabbis involved are consulted and satisfied with the arrangement. As President of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami I appeal to the members of all the Jewish congregations to observe these etrical principles of congregational life. Very sincerely, JACOB H. KAPLAN. ALITY / / FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by VARIETY FOODS DIST., Co. Phone 3-3761 1029 N.W. 31st Street Rabbi Mcs<*h<*loff fare Fund, or Chest, or Community Council fared better than ir those communities that prided themselves on running their own newspapers ..." A community house organ, he maintained, "nly olays the tune of the so-called 'eaders of the community" to the requent neglect of more importmt issues Readers of such publications, in his opinion, tend to become narrow and ghettoized in their outlook Weissman believes the time is rapidly approaching when the Anglo-Jewish press must concern itself with the whole fabric of American life instead of reflecting only the pattern of Jewish life ... He is convinced that a great future lies ahead for the Anglo-Jewish press in America, particularly in the 'ight of the deplorable but inevitable fate of the Yiddish press He deplored "the failure of many Jewish organizations to fully recognize the potentialities of the Anglo-Jewish press as a medium of public relations" He projected the idea that Jewish organizations would render a distinct service to Jewishness in \merica if they popularized the idea among their members of •u'jscribing to their local AngloJewish newspaper There is much meat in what Weissman ;aid We record the conversaion in this column because the uture of the Anglo-Jewish press in America is a problem of great concern to all who are interestec n the future of Jewish life in this country We would like to hear other editors speak on 'his subject through the medium of this column. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and his family have returned following an extended visit in the north. The Rabbi completed his graduate work at the Harry Fischel Graduate School of the Yeshiva University of New York City. He %  is now preparing a dissertation! for the acquisition of the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters from | the Yeshiva University. While in New York he met with representatives of various national organizations and helped plan their educational activity in the community for the winter season. Harold Turk To Check On Miami Beach Needs Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk is combining a business and pleasure trip in the north. Mr. Turk, who is interested in a low cost housing project on the Beach to take care of teachers who are unable to afford the high rents, will look into matterdealing with city administration of such projects. He will also study the New York fire department system in order to secure ideas which might be applicable to local needs. Mr. Turk recently introduced a motion at a city council meeting to send a member of the fire department to Oklahoma A & M for advanced technical training. of Beth Jacob Completing New School Annex David Whitman, president Congregational Beth Jacob, announces that the building exten;ion of the congregation will br ompleted before the High Holidays. The public is invited to inpect the new annex at 311 Washington Ave. A large kitchen for he use of social activities has been added in addition to new classrooms for the religious school. Mount Plersant 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 Hakashruth Special Diets Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always or call I. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 +Jewist fkjridHan World Jewish Congress Receives Eye-Witness Report Of Arab Attacks The World Jewish Congress has Jewish Congress had supplied just received information and I substantial aid. But, h e added photographs from Tripoli describ-1 their unfortunate situation was ing the pogroms against the Jewaggravated by two years of ish community which took place drought which followed "The last June, Dr. Robert S. Marcus, recent pogroms," said Dr Marcus PolitiP.ni I "have made their position even PAGE SEVEN World Jewish Congress Political director, announced. 'worse because they have had to Rabbi Shapiro to Address Beth David Sisterhood Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood on I Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Alex Stiebel, sisterhood president, and .Mrs. Max Feldman, PTA president, will also address the assembly. A program of entertainment has been arranged under the direction of chairman Mrs William Danziger. Refreshment:-will be served following the meeting to which newcomers to Mi are are invited. ZOA Administrative Council To Meet The newly-elected National Administrative Council of the Zionist Organization & America—the ruling body of the Z.O.A. between conventions—will hold its first meeting on Sunday, September 19 at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York. The meeting, which will be addressed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, head of the American Section of the „ .. .Wih A„ D .. A r.Zlomst delegation to Jerusalem %  *.. Pictures received by the World Jewish Congress show destruction of Via Palmi Synagogue's Ark and Sefer Torahs durinq Arab violence and looting in Tripoli last June. After receiving earlier reports on the outrages in Tripolitania, the World Jewish Congress, through Dr. Marcus, communicated with Sir Oliver Franks, British Ambassador in Washington, urging the British administration in Tripoli to guarantee the lives, property and security move from their homes and places of business. As a result, they lost their opportunity to carry on business as well as their capitol resources. They are just managing to keep alive today through the minimum aid furnished by the Jewish Community of Tripoli. This aid is both irLeon Ell To Address Beach Zionist Meeting The Miami Beach Zionist District will hold an open meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Monday at 8:15 p.m. Sched uled to speak is Leon Ell, loca! Zionist leader, who has just returned from the State of Israel where he conferred with the leaders of the new government. The public is invited. Miami Hebrew School Daily classes from 3:15 to 6:15 are now being held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Registration for new students is still open. First session of the Sunday School will take place on September 12 at 9:45. Jewish Agency Executive and Dr. Emanuel Neumann, president of the Z.O.A., will be a significant one. Both Dr. Neumann and Dr. Silver, who will shortly return to his country after attending thirteen days of sessions of the governing council of the World Zion>t Organization in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv will report on the proceedings and decisions of these sessions. Dr. Israel Goldstean, president of the World Confederation of General Zionists and other members of the American and Tel Aviv also will speak. Preceding the administrative council, a meeting of the National ZOA Executive will be held Saturday night, September 18. Bargteil Bar Mitzvah Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs-. Ralph Bargteil, 2487 S.W. 16th St., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will be held in the synagogue following the services at which Rabbi Simon April will officiate. CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR, President %  HH.IIIAim: PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Arab mobs desecrate via Palmi Synagogue in Tripoli during reign of terror against Jewish community. of the Jewish residents and to provide full indemnification for the victims of the attacks. In a telegram to Sir Oliver, Dr. Marcus pointed out that the repeated assurances of the local authorities and Arab leaders had proved meaningless and that the responsibility for peace and order rested with the British administration. Dr. Marcus pointed out that the 10,000 Jews in the interior of Tripoli were in particularly bad circumstances following the antiJewish disorders in November 194f >. at which time the World regular and insufficient since the city of Tripoli itself has suffered damage to the extent of 35,000,-,' 000 lire and the de3th of 20 pei cent of its population." Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner I*T TtjGUST BROS Ry^ **" Is the OESTf B^f INSUKA NC% 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 FLORIDA'S NEW YEAR'S GREETING SECTION! *&! 4?0 UHCOIH ROAD MIAMI BEACH, r LA. •PHONE 5-2070 / Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewistinor*m**) FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER 10, ig 48 i II '[ I %  ; ; •i : % %  • %  • '• • r j j I i j .! ill EDITORIAL Anti-Semitism For Adults Though it has been many years since we read Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist, its unsavory taste is still with us. It was, therefore, with misgivings that we read some time ago that a British cinema corporation was preparing to produce a f.lm adaptation of that novel. We felt such a picture would enable the British to take an ugly stab at Jews under the pious claim that they were merely reproducing a work of art. This anxiety has since been confirmed by Albert Deutsch in an article in the liberal newspaper the New York Star. Writing from London, he called the J. Arthur Rank production of the novel the "worst caricature of a Jew ever depicted in an English-speaking movie." Although the word Jew is not mentioned in the picture, Deutsch reports that Fagin is a "life-size reflection of the classic caricature of the Jew, with scarcely an element lacking." Fagin, of course, "has a tremendous hooknose," a scraggly beard and is wearing a "flat, broad-rimmed black hat and a filthy, flapping Kaftan." Moreover, while in the original Fagin is one of three dastardly characters, in the film, says Deutsch, "he stands out not as the corrupt Fagin but as Fagin the corrupt Jew." The film is so loaded with anti-Semitism that when it was brought for approval to the British National Board of Review that august censorship body decided to bar juveniles from seeing it, passing it "for adults only" as if the anti-Semitic virus were less effective among the adult than among juveniles. The disturbing fact about the incident is that the British film production company is planning to bring the picture to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Of course, the British have no moral compunctions about utilizing Fagin if he can bring them American dollars and, at the same time, serve as a retaliatory measure against Jews for boycotting British goods. However, we doubt that the management of Radio City Hall will risk its good name and reputation through WHAT WILL HE BRING FOR ISRAEL? transforming its art center into a home for antiSemitic propaganda. The response of the American movie public to a series of recent films aimed at alleviating group and race tensions makes it certain that there is no room in the United States for this most vicious version of Oliver Twist. The U.S. is no dumping ground for British antiSemitism. Our Christian Friends Reports reaching from Amsterdam, where the Council of Churches met, say the conference was dominated by a sense of guilt over Christendom's failure to "prevent the annihilation of 6,000,000 Jews by Hitler." The admission of guilt is a belated one. Nothing that Christian leaders say or feel now can br.ng back to life a single Jewish victim. Yet it is encouraging to know that Christian leadership is experiencing a growing awareness of the role the Church can play in combating anti-Semitism and its tragic consequences. However, we feel that expressions of sympathy or guilt are not enough. It is not enough for Christian leaders to impress the Christian masses that anti-Semitism is antiChristian, brutal, uncivilized and contrary to basic human principles. It is, of course, axiomatic that hate directed against human beings of other faiths is absolutely irreconcilable with the profession and practice of the Christian faith. What is required is a practical Christian approach to the problem of anti-Semitism. To tell a man that hating Jews is a sin will not eradicate the hate unless he is conditioned by early Christian education against such hatred. Too many of our Christian neighbors learned the habit of hating Jews because they have been inculcated in their childhood with historically false concepts, such as the Crucifixion and the attitude of ancient and modern Jewry toward Christianity. Students of the problem of anti-Semitism have sought its origin in many causes. But it is apparent that if our Christian friends modified their education program for the young by elimating concepts that are conducive to developing early hate for the Jew, the problem of anti-Semitism would be at least alleviated. It is hard to make a man hate a person of another faith unless he has been conditioned for hatred by early education and environment. The fight against anti-Semitism, if it is to succeed, must begin in the Christian schools and homes. Once a person has acquired the virus of anti-Semitism it is difficult to cure him by word and chastisement. %  Israeli artist, arc attracting spe"Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ZIONIST AFFAIRS: The American Zionists emerged victorious at the Actions Committee in their fight against having the members of the Israeli Cabinet remain as members of the World Zionist executive and of the Jewish Agency executive The political leadership of the world Zionist movement will, as a result, now pass from Jerusalem to New York Not so the financial control, since Eliezer Kaplan is the only member of the General Assembly opens its session this month ... A major factor in the kind of action which the Assembly will take will regard to Israel will be the report submitted by U.N. mediator Counl Folke Bernadotte That report is now being formulated in Stockholm where top members of the U.N. staff are now in almost continuous conference with the Count ... In Israeli circles th< prestige of Bernadotte has been sinking ever since he made the Israeli Cabinet for whom an exfalse step of suggest j nR thil t Jeruception was made Despite the fact that he will officially not hold any portfolio, he will, no doubt, have the strongest say in matters affecting the allocation of funds raised by the Zionist movement throughout the world However, in political affairs, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann will be the top leaders Dr. Silver's influence will equal that of the president of the World Zionist Organization And he will, most probably, be elected president of the world Zionist movement at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress The Laborites at the Actions Committee, who are now no longer represented in the Jewish Agency executive by such men as David Ben Gurion and Moshe Shertok, want Hayim Greenberg, the American Zionist leader, to become the chairman of the executive of the World Zionist Organization This would mean that Greenberg would take the place held by David Ben Gurion However, Greenberg is not keen on again becoming active in political work and so indicated prior to his being elected a member of the World Zionist Executive by the Actions Committee • • • U.N. MOODS: The eyes of the Jewish world will now be concentrated on salem be handed over to th> Arabs Furthermore, it is felt that as matters now stand, peace between Israel and some of the Arab countries can be achieved by direct talks much quicker than through Bernadotte's mediation Nevertheless, it will be the recommendations of Bernadotte which will form the basis for tin U.N. decisions in Paris on various aspects of the Palestine situation His word will particularly be taken most seriously on the question of the status of Jerusalem cial attention One is of water colors and oil paintings depicting j life in Israel The other is an exhibition of ghetto compositions : by the same artist who was an | inmate of the notorious Maidanek concentration camp Mrs. Gurdus, who studied at art academies in Geneva, Berlin and Warsaw before the war, was enthusiastically acclaimed by the Hebrew press in Israel and was highly lauded in this country While her ghetto paintings pic. ture the horror suffered by millions of Jews under the Nazis, I er Israeli paintings reveal an extraordinary ability to convey the po( tic aura of Israel's landscapes and the indomitable spiiit "i the Chalutzim Another exhibition by an Israeli artist is now eing sponsored in New York by the Keren Hayesod The artist, Rico Blass, who came originally from Germany, settled in Palestine in 1934 and is at present a member of the Israeli armed forces ... A number of the pictures on exhibition are war sec es \ I in Israeli village s Against this background of peace and tranquillity, the war scenes provide a n o.-t striking and realistic contrast And speaking of Jewish artists and their exhibitions, oni And the Jerusalem issue will a :!n '" hcl £ ;Ut f* J* hi *hes1 he one of the most crucial issue, P ralse to B, '"' ; at the Paris session The Isknown Jewish sculptor and painter who has made the United States his home alter many years of residence in Europe Reder's exhibition now in New York is justifiably the talk of the town raeli government is determine! 1 to seek revision of its bordi rs at the session Also a revision of the U.N. decision that Jerusalem be placed under an international administration Incidentally, one of the reasons for the Zionist Actions Committee decision that the next World Zionist Congress be held as late as next summer is because the belief exists that by then life will be restored to complete normalcy everywhere in Israel, including Jerusalem • AMONG ARTISTS: Not all is politics in Israel Even in wartime, there is much cultural activity there And ; ing its existence examples of it can now be seen pendent military organization in various art galleries in New,the Irgun will be given one repr& Two simultaneous exsentative on the Jerusalem comli'gmi Agrees To Merge With Israeli Army Reports from Irgun sources last Friday indicated that an agreement in principle has been reached between Interior Minister Itzhak Grucnbaum and the Irgun high command for the merger of the Irgun in Jerusalem with the Israeli Army. In return for endYork Paris, where the United Nations hibitions of Mrs. Luba Gurdus. an, mand of the army and will Red Cross Zone Is Evacuated By Jews And Arabs JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Quiet reigned in Jerusalem this week following the evacuation of the Red Cross zone in the southern part of the city under the supervision of the U.N. truce commission staff, headed by American Brig. Gen. William E. Riley. However, there was some firing by the Arabs against Jewish positions in various parts of the city, and the Israeli Army this week reported that some shelling occurred in the southern part of the city. The evacuation of the Red Cross enclave was carried out with speed and no friction after an agreement had been reached between the Jews and the Arabs whose military leaders met under the auspices of the U.N. Establishment of the enclave and a U.N. security belt or No Man's Land around the ana makes it the second neutral zone in the city—the first is Mt. Scopus on which is located the Hadassah Hospital and the Hebrew University. Sandbagged positions raised by both the Jews and Arabs in the Red Cross zone were being demolished in line with the decision. The neutral zone is so far from the main centers of the city that many observers believe that few will either desire or be able to seek safety there in the event that further fighting develops. The fact that large concentrations of Arab troops are being built up on the outskirts of the city are seen as direct evidence that the Arabs are planning an all out assault to capture Jerusalem in tho near future. The broadened Jewish Agencv executive which was recentlv elected by the Zionist Actions Committee in Tel Aviv will meet here this week. At that time it will be decided how the varioupositions on the executive will be divided. th e army as a unit. Israel Recognition By U.S. In November WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The United States probably will grant full recognition to the new republic of Israel some time in November, it was indicated Wednesday Secretary of State George C. Marshall told a news conference this country hopes to grant such recognition after the elections in Israel. A spokesman for the ExportImport Bank announced that it could take no action on Israel's formal request for a $100,000,000 loan until conditions there have "settled down" He added that the bank must have "reasonable .insurances" it will be repaid before it can be authorized. An Israel mission spokesman told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that "we already offered every guarantee that the loan will be repaid." Israel is "already stable enough politically and economically for us to hold elections in the next several weeks. 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i i PAGE TWELVE • MnistncrkffafL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 Samuel Friedland Announces Food Fair Chain Stores To Operate In Florida Samu-l Friedland of Miami*" \ewsbits The local 1949 March of Dimes will be headed by Circuit Judge B E. Holt. Judge Holt will man of the drive consecutive year. Jewish War Veterans Post Selects New Honor Guard; Arranges Final Rites Beac man of the board of directors of Fond Fair Stores. Inc.. announced that the sevenstate chain is nding its ope rat ions into Florida. He disclosed acquisitior. of the "Food Lane" 51 res :r. Miami Council Off ic*? lias Owners List Of Seized Goods as •: names to F )d Fair." At Fr:ed'.c.-d he revealed : I I ".02nd link in the chain :s now under construction in Edison Center, Miami Xh. iss -ted firms of AlexJr., Inc. and Alex• & Associates have an• rchase of Belcher National Council 1 Jewish, [ndustri teid WV h w?£ of the Fore:,, B I names t %  ~ in whose behalf, cl David R. Isei as been elect. and Coral Gables be registered with the Dutch g v. • • executive council rhanging of f ..... .. .. •..:.-. Holland d which were sold by I •N The f Dutch government K-ith the Dutch v. • executive coum.u ui ••Real Estate Man, • which (. harles A I lur. • !" ; | Dres i d ent. Other Since the wherea >uU Friedland. >f the Shelriginal owners ...•: n • born I M Beach, when the list is on file t th he resides, began the grocery en315 Langford Building terprise v the opening of a ( rmation car. be st small st >re in Harrisburg. Pa.. __ in 1921. A M M i aaii A>M Official Beach Jewish. C mmunity Cen9VUTB IPlill %  %  ter. Mr. FrW Hand takes an ac]g CllPSt Head live part in its Charles B. Johns. A notaj %  mill si m in the een n imed p v..:; serve include .•:.. vice president: T. S %  • J E Kollenbeck. executive new legislation up : c nsi lera. the next session of Con; is c ng George will "end the lent conferenc* -. Caux, Switzerland. • Eui pe he will observe The Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174. Jewish War Veterans, held an election of officers recently at which the following slate was h isen: Kenneth Braidman, commander: Imrich Eichenbaum, vice commander; Hy M. Morris, adjutant: Sidney Horn, finance of: Ted Lingston, quartcrmaster; Joe Krissel. chaplain, and Jack Silver, assistant chaplain. A certificate of merit for outstanding service was voted to Frank Kline, Joe Krissel and Hy M. Morris. The Honor Guard announced that if parents or relatives of a returned veteran, or parents or family of a veteran dying in this area, should desire the services of the Guard to perform final military rites at the graveside, Kenneth Braidman. 3-2517, or Hy M. Morris, 4-6180, should be contacted. Hadassah Installs Officers Sept. 29 An installation luncheon will be held by the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah at the Hyde Park Hotel on Wednesday, September 20. Chairman of the affair is Mrs Milton Wolfei with Mrs Lou Heiman serving as co-chairman Tickets to the luncheon will be $2.50 and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Wolfe at 5-5771, Mrs. Heiman, 58-1963, Mrs Herman Popkin, 5-5200. Mrs. Leo Chaikin, 5-4053 or Mrs. Adolph Ginsburg at 5-9186. I ** S5J5S? Obituaries gr0 A \££ Te< l i n been appointed an associate chair-. H ? £j£? He the depressi > f 1M 3 w hen man in the Special Gifts Division Italy .-. and England^ He Friedland tes defor the l949 Dade c m cidec to closi I t small, conventional type outlets and to op<.r. big. scienl I superkets featuring si If-si 1 The chain r. w h ts in Virginia. D Maryland. Pennsylvania. New Jersey and .;; als c nfer with Allied ofmunity Chest campaign, :: was ials n th< Russian situal announced today by Oscar E. D '.; %  •. man. Jr., Special Gifts chairA rding 1 Si • %  ers, "th< trip r I it .. • • nment ( : %  .;. %  • '"%  : ance to fa 1 iliar•.:-. those problems.* 1 ning of the Johns will be responsil U ir the solicitation of company and New V rk, s a volume I executive gifts from national $121,765,206 in j corporations, which, are th si new West Flagler playground took ted to top bus nesses whose principal headplace Monday. The grounds quarters are outside of. |Dade %  adjacent to the Flagler dog track ty, D" ly stated. His a] r dntre leased by the city from ment completes the top leaderthi West Flagler Kennel Clu. ship of the Special Gifts division. a dollar a year. Jacob Sher. presi5140 this : Fri 51 i that p ning of othi • \is r ir. Florid I nl to ai n the economic state." T • E -.n Centei unit, or.e M irgest n tail food outlets, is fully air-conditioned. The 40.000 squaia t site provides ample parking space. More than 3.000 food items will be stocked. The market also contains complete self-service meat. dairy and I -%  a departments, and ike shopping tasit?' feat ires huge modern re^ eye-level | food displays, fluorescent lighti MRS. RACHEL WOLF \g, 1 162" S.W. 13th St.. passed esday in Washington. 1 >. C. e re] itives. A resident of 120, • \ eptlng ;< short A-hl h she lived In Washlnirs ;: %  • red by husband, John Wolf; • sons, Leon, Jerry and Edward Washington: three daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Jasper Croraer and Irs. I Si gal, ;11 < %  ( Miami Beach; Rlsti 1 Mrs. B. Kandel of nd Mrs. Julius Wolpe of kVashlngton. Graveside services win ... • •:.. %  .i. Ish section "f \\ oodPark Cemetery, Friday, at in k noon. Rabbi Mas Shapiro, of>: %  I..II Funeral Home In an angements. WGBS Official Is Guest At Weekly Luncheon Frank Jaffe, promotion manager of WGBS, will address the members of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith at their luncheon meeting today in the Downtowner Restaurant. A FREE CALENDAR TO OUR READERS! 24 Years of Hebrew-English Dates Bar Mitzvah dates, Yahrtzeit dates any Hftbrew datos from 1925 on can hp found quickly ami easily with this ralr-ndar. ich bears the responsibility ol dent 1 f the club, presented th< aisir.g i-. major portion : I SI.013.173 goal' in the Ri I F. athi r drive scheduled for November 5 to 23. Other Special Gifts section.heae'ed by James L. Knight, for the solicitation of local firm and executive gifts, and Stanley C. Myers, in charge of obtaining gifts of $200 or more from individuals. to ffic flow. Abe Mai :. will supervise ope as vice pn sident in charge of the Fl 'i':da disti I WARSAW, (JTA) — Rudolf Hentschel. a German war criminal responsible for the death of many Polish Jews, was this week senterced to death by a Warsaw court. Hentschel was a former barracks conimander in the Dachau death camp. Residing at 350 Grand Concourse. Miami Shores, Johns is a board mem'ier of the Young I Men's Christian Association, the Dade County Research Founda• n, and the American Cancer Society. He has served in ; Chest campaigns in connection the Retail Merchants' Association. [rounds to the City of Miami M >r Robert Floyd acceptn behalf of the city government. The Israt 1 Corporation of America, dedicated to furthering the imic upbuilding of Israe 1 through a program of housing an< the promotion of essential ir.dus. has been formed with fund of S25.000.000, according to Albert Schiff. Zionist leader of Columbus. Ohio. Among the organize! of the new enterprise is Abraham Goodman of Miami Beach There is a possibility of Goodmar leavi Israel for a 3 month stay where he will take an active part in the corporations activity. MRS. IDA SILVER 64, of :••! H W. Ith St passed away Wednesday after a brief Illness. A :.! here 12 > eai s, coming from 'hi. aco. III. Wife of Sam Silver, nother of Harry Silver and Mrs. %  i/.. Kaplan, both, of Chicago, Also survived by one granddaughter, Mrs. .;i Verne Hoffman <>f 8t. Paul, Minn %  service* were Thursdaj In chapel •" Gordon Funeral Home. Rabbi Simon Vprll officiating. MRS. REINE ROBBINS i >f l t"i Funston, Hollyw I, Fin., d away in a .Miami Beach hospital Sept. 6, after .i lengthy Illness. ... i i HI re held ai Rlvi rslde Memorial Chapel, u:.. >Va8hington .\\"i.. Miami Beach, Sept ., at l" i :n Rabbi ("oln an A, '/li an ol ri( : %  Ing. Sun i> Ing ai e two I ti rs, Mrs. Belma Wolln. Hol wood, I'la : Mrs. Viola R, H-iinett. %  k, N. .1. The 24-year Hebreic-Englith Co/r tul ar... nil Hebrew Aatet, 1925 to 1949. All Jewish holiday! to 1964. For your free copy, just addresi a postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. • Dept. J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. I WANT MY MILK Estab Rabbi Jerome Feinstein Publishes Text Book And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dscro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek Labor Day morning saw the dedication of Dade County's new S180.000 blood bank ar.d medical h center at N.W. 10th Ave St. A. J. Cleary. foundei of the original blood bank, presided. A S25.000 grant made by Rabbi Jerome Feinstein, sonMr. and Mrs. Robert Ludwig, of in-law of Mrs. Edna Weiss. 244" Miami Beach, together with funds Flamingo Drive, has published a raised by the sale of blood serum text book which is being widely provide-; necessary monies for used in Hebrew schools in the the building. Some 50 medical north. He is connected with the men. laboratory technicians and .Jewish Center of Violet Park in office workers will be employed I the Bronx. j in the new edifice. 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FRI DAY, S EPTEMBER %  I %  H i • i • • • \ 1 ^' 4 These are Israel's Heroes Nine young veterans of the Palestine war stepped from an overseas airliner onto a ramp at New York's new Idewild Airport early this month to begin a historic mission that is taking them across the length and breadth of America. u Constituting a "Friendship Mission of Israeli \outh, me nine young people, five of whom are girls, have come to this countrv at the invitation of Henry -^[r^niwoE^M ,VE T0 T0UR MAJ0R AMEWCAN <*w $RA M iKttfSgSOj OOAWO UNITED JEWISH APPEAL Morgenthau. Jr.. general c man of the S250.000.000 Ui Jewish. Appeal, to tell maj r immunities across the nation the full story of Israel—of mass n igration, of new homes =: ins up. of factories being built, of the rebirth of men. women and a who have not had a ne or a homeland :'c more than a decade. It :s particularly fitting thai these young soldiers—d< f< r and builders of the Jewish State -should visit the cities and : of the United States under th< auspices of the United Jewish Appeal. For it Is the gener sitj of American Jewry, m il st through, contril uti as I th UJA. that is making possible 1 cle in Israel—the building )f Jewish nation where n nc I • for nearly 2.000 years. Members of the 'Triendship Mission of Israeli Y ut symland that they call home V rying i m 19 to 25. they arc tyi teal of I has come %  • iver frorn Iirael a Itzchak Ben Menahem. who has scarcely passed his nineteenth ... Twice wounded in com: this bov who was UM farm colony of Ramatayim has | articipated in the captun 16 Arab villages. He was with his unit at Miahmar Haemek : th< Jew ish forces defeat the numerically superior A army, and played a heroic role in the capture of Jaffa. L> ,:-d Ramleh. His spirit is .haracteristic Of Israel's young people —at the IK % %  • : "'ranks of Haganah. Jewish defense force under the Brand forerunner of the i nt Army of Israel. In twenty short years. Naomi Tulman has crowded more exences than many people se-. in lifetime. After months ol r fire on the Jeru-' salem-Tel Aviv road she chose .... ., fighting along the JeruI remain as a nurse at Kfar Et. highway. At evi though the settlement saiem iei -^ & s i I and its capture was present a company commander. just a question of time. Ever. %  • e participated in the capture %  gh she nnew she would fall int th hi nds of tr.e Arabs, she newest vigorous lerr .. rem ain to bring comn si half f whos •:-:..... :: -, n ^ to those who re wounded and courage to o went out to face the enemv. Rescued by the Red ... Is, nath ^ -b rn Pal • igei •' %  • %  orror t Nazi Europe, theii unity .s : -•• %  %  ..:: its itiz< ns equi iity, and v an pi rtunit; to shai the tasks f d an 1 nstruction. 7 ie twei ty-tv -• %  %  ai Id gi I in Jerusi .-.ined %  nati' "' is a wireless during the bitter, tragic days of the Aral si ge. riske eatedly so that the vital Lydda airport, and fought courageously in helping to seize a [argi number of Arab villages. Both Albi and Koppel are vet British Army may have a full report on what the dollars they contribute to UJA are doing to build the land which means home and security for hundreds of thousands of Jews who have long known only homelessness and despair. They ..ave made this journey so that America may see in their persons erans of the British Army in. World War II: Albala volunteered! the qualities of vigor and courage for service with the British : she is in this country now, being detained by them as ir. "ilto tell Americans of the deter\ legal" imgimrant fbr eighteen mination displayed by the people [months after his ai at ire the best i Israel's continuing security. assurance of freedom and I [srael even ir. the face of deats and setbacks. Under constant shelling byArab guns and mortars, two of the girls on the "Friendship Misa" remained at their posts in Jerusalem as wireless operators, although their lives were conrepeated] !" e J !" tinuoullv in danger. Aliza Pnculy. nessages she transmitted might • get through. The boy of twenty who came to Pali -' %  %  ..: from Hungary, gave heroic K lers i] to h: • pany in t • m 1st of the crucial battles on the Jerun-Tel Aviv highway. The girl %  would not be old enough to v '•in America, but stayed on I nurse in Kfar Etzion until that settlement surrendered to the Arabs, was rescued from enemy catpure only thr intervention of the Red Cross. These young people are not unusual in Israel. There are thousands and ten of thousands of others like them who deem no effort too great, no sacrifice unreasonable in the giant task of building and defending the Jewish homeland, and provid ng I over 50.000 refugees who have already arrived this year and tens of thousands who are to follow. In cities and towns throug America, the members of the %  Friendship Mission" are rej I ing on the tremendous jobconstruction, land developnv r.t. refugee assistance, and child care which are being carried through with the funds mare available bv American Jewrv through the United Jewish Appeal and carry_ N ^ undect ing on locally through the Great| ; anK er Miami Jewish Federation. Youngest of the group which Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction twenty-two-year-old native of Jerusalem, remained at her vital work until the first truce, at wrier time she was transferred to Tel Aviv to be an instructor Army Signal School. Her companion. Rica Menache. stayed on the job in the Old City until its .-uire:.der to the Arab Legion, narrowly esaping removal to Transjordan. A native of the Beln Congo, she came to Palestine because of a deep love for the Jewish homeland around through her paticipation in the Zionist Youth Movement. Refugees from the intolerance and hatred of Europe. Yehuda Kopped and Alexander Albala given glorious service in the defense of their chosen homeland Koppel. a native of Kiev. Russia. isked his life time and again in wing up Arab installations and armament workshops ir. the Haifa r^rea. The hundred men whom he commanded constituted onethird of the entire force which captured Haifa. Later, when he saw action in Galilee. Koppel was a member of the first convoy to get through to Yehiam. after those who had tried before had wiped out by enemy action W unded at Jenin, he holds the of Operational Commander. Alexander Albala came to Palestine via the "underground" from his home in Budapest. Hun< gary. He saw some of the heaviest action of the Arab-Jewish conThe officer in charge of units in Haifa of CHEN, women's group of the Israeli Army, is Shula Friedberg. twenty-fouryear-old native of Kovno. Lithuania, who came to Palestine at the age of thirteen. When hostilities began, she lef a successful career as a fashion designer to face danger and death in the heavy fighting on the Haifa-Lebanon road. She also helped in the successful defense of the settlement at Ramath Yohanan. Under constant heavy fire of Arab guns, a small group of fearless young men built Israel's "Burma Road" through the mountains to Jerusalem. One of those men. Zerubavel Chefetz. is a member of the "Friendship Mission." Not only did he work to build the road, he braved death by acting as a guide to the first jeeps to use it. and to the Israeli air force which took part in the important defense actions in this area. At present a platoon commander. 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• PAGE EIGHT *Je*ist flcrtdlari FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 Rabbi And Mrs. Machtei Announce Daughter's Betrothal To New Yorker T^ i.i_: „.,-J XT*-..Q \i f Naomi Machtei Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Ma< are leaving for New Y rk City where they will ann engagement of their Naomi to Morton Stitsky, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky. of t. e Bronx. The • w> : will be made at a family gathering on Sunday, September 19 T wedding will take place n Kl summer. Naomi is a graduate of Mi Senior High school and nov tends Florida StaU University where she is a member of Delta Phi Epiilon. Mr. Stitsky. just returned to New York a spending the Labor Day weekend with the Machteis, is a vet. with two years a the Pacific. He is now associated with Stitsky Brothers Shoes. Louise Raphael Engaged To Rabbi Merzel Ceremonies uniting Molly Ann Boyell and David Howard Weiss were performed Sur.ciay at the home of Rabbi Colman Zwitman The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell. 1096 V tian Way. Biscayne Island. David is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weiss, of New Y I k Barbara Boyell. sister of I bride, was maid-of-1 onor, while Kath Wohl. her coll. ge roommate, was bridesmaid. Louis Bovell served as best Out-of-town relatives who attended the ceremony and the I dinner which followed at the C %  I lumbus Hotel were Mrs. Leon Reiss the at ST/ MINERVA WOOL TO KNIT A PAIR OF ARGYLE SOCKS $ 1 .95 kit SHRINK-RESISTANT yarn n multicolor combinations • • ten lor choice, with background colors of: tan, blue, green, white, light grey, dark grey. For a gift to win any man's heart, start knitting Argyle socks now! Burdine's expert instructor will show you how. Burdme'e, Murnl. Art Needlework, l*h FlMf %  H9HHB



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' i : \r PAGE SIXTEEN Beth Sholom Sisterhood Resumes Activities As Members Return Home With ties of tl Beth S Sisterha Temple 0 Moil y group." un ler tl ship of Mrs Jack G Mr^. Carrie H ff„ will in the TV time I ( Arts and Crafts will IhMn %  Sisterhood 1 by Mrs Leonin the R -The W %  :: N %  tO and 1 r 1 atthi Beach Hi* i d Mrs and-Mrs Arthui -.irmen. Lillian %  tic teach+Jenlst!ncrkf**r> African Ban LONDON. V JTA'-Jewish un. ration to South Africa has banned, it WW reported here this week from Johannes[n thi future only close relatives of Jewish residents of South Africa will be given visas to nter the country, the report •; it is this policy which is ind the official policy of carefUly screening all prospective lmrants just established by InMinister Theopilus E. Donges. the report stated. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1Q. m Eban Outlines Future Israel Policy At U.N. the U.S.. becaui I • try fi Da\ :•-: [ t he 1 week that nor.: seven Arab states againsi Isra :. He A" 5! %  • I :-....annour..-. : : • ships raeli -" ins v. lin si t pass capacity to 3,000 U.N. observers in I E:n area wei bv Arabs an -, U N. report that all fronts quiet. '.In Rhodes Bmad tte I equipment al Latrui lag i '' ~ •" %  : •-...Arabs The : te< si ; x lations. b old%  ;r. ari :ht I r • -: %  %  Tel Aviv :' a %  I • .-. ^onor :th< Sew York. FioreU -_, at a cere7 | A %  iv"s Mayor ,....special VS. reprej .: MacDonald, Idon :' the "One Award Conunittee and stein, American ish Agency. : All the speakers LaGuardia's spiritual ty with the principles on .which Israel is based. Sherzer Opens Modern Kosher Food Market Under the name of "Jerry's F nest IFoods" a new kosher ptned at 242 West Flags' I'nder the ownership man: ry Sherzer, form: Dade Kosher, "Jerry's" member of the Kosher Butchers Guild of Greater Miami. The new market will carry :.-. poultry, delicatessen, apiers ar.d dairy products, .sale and retail. Unveiling The unveiling of the memorial to the memory of the late Esther Becker will be held Sunday, Sept. 12. 10 a.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. The relatives and friends are invited to be present. The services will be conducted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob congregation. Dangers Of Political Instability Pondered rmntlnued from Page 1) Some political experts feel that inet. "collectively responsible" to Parliament ar.d the people, "resigns if it ceases to retain majority support." H no new Cabinet can be formed, the President dissolves the chamber and orders a new election. Having decided that point, tl e com: •• Jthen as possi[t j Ej various prods to cut thi number of confidence votes. One provides for a p .. t tion by a tain number of deli gal • iird of the total—1 Par 1. ment could force a confidence tricl conI I ct list of types lati n Israel has a good chance of govj ernmental stability since the Jewish parties had decades of experience in working together'in coalition in the Jewish Agency under the British Mandate. Also l the present Cabinet is based on a 1 coalition. Others feel that this coalition hung together solely because of the continuing crisis and might crumble in the days of peace, adding that the Jewish Agency did not really have governmental responsibility and the Jews as a nation have had little experience in self-rule. Miss Rita Solomon Engagement Announced The engagement of Miss Rita Solomon and Sam LeVine is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr. Mr. LeVine is the son of Mrs. Abrahame LeVine, Columbus, O., and the late Mr. LeVine. After attending schools in Columbus, the bride-elect was graduated from Miami High school. She is a charter member of Phi Gamma sorority, Alpha Chapter in Columbus, and a member of Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Business and Professional Women in Miami. Her fiance also attended schools in Columbus and Ohio State University College of Commerce. Of his three years in the Army Signal Corps, 21 months were spent in the European theater. No date for the wedding has been set. FOR HOLIDAYS* Young man available to -ffirln for High Holidays in capadw" Rabbi, Cantor and Reader Distance no object. Phone 58-9841 — 58-9851 SHEET METAL WORK Anything in Sheet Metal Galvanised—Stainless Steel Aluminum PALM SHEET METAL CO, k 1840 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 82-3341 7UGUST BROS.*£ #4 tht; BEST? 'M Julius Jay Perlmutter Licensed Mortgage and Investment Broker :i:ir MAneoin Road. Miami tteaeh Phone 5-0858 Confidental Co-operation with ATTORNEYS. ACCOUNTANTS AND BROKERS \o Relief TEL AVIV. (JTA)—No outside relief assistance may be needed by the Jews in Poland after 1949. SAM'S KOMI I It MARKET 322 S. W. 12th AVENUE Strictly Kosher Meat, Poultry and Delicatessen NOW OPEN CALL 9-6266 FOR FREE DELIVERY rion of Rabb: Racovsky and the '." lad Hakashruth Essen To Address Hollywood B'nai B'rith Ben Essen, of Miami, will be guest speaker at the September 16 meeting of the B'nai B'rith of Hollywood. This will be the initial meeting of the season and will take place at the Jewish Community Center, Polk St., Hollywood. The public is invited to attend. L EO EISENSTEIN • RvJta Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach Civic League Sponsors "Ladies Night" On Wed. "Ladies Night" will be held by the Civic League of Miami Beach Wednesday at the Hyde Park Hotel. Tickets are $3.00 per person, including dinner at 7 p.m. followed by dancing and entertainment. 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• I I I i • %  : 1 • 1: • • i i I Ii %  • : %  • : I • i. : i I PAGE FOURTEEN JJVES OF OUR TJMES FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 *aoovc* •' NOQMAN t JOl NO0(l *••* .. MARC Ru T NCR. BORN IN POLAND IN i860, WITH A BACKGROUND THAT INCLUDfD A GIANO-MTHil WHO WAS ONE OF THE EARLIEST LEADERS Of THE HASIPIC MOVEMENTJHIS JEWISH YOUTH WAS TO BECOME THE FOUNDER W MODERN HEBREW JOURNALISM ANP ONE Of THE MOST ABLE EXPONENTS OF ZIONISM AT THE AGE Of HE MARRIED THE DAUGHTER Of A WEll-TO-DO JEW Of S ENTERED THE COMMERCIAL FIEID.TRAVEIUNG fOR A COTTONCONCERN WITHOUT SUCCESS.IATR HE WORKED AS SECRETARY IN THE SPANISH CONSULATE IN WARSAW. SSSSm son A SON Of ORTHODOX PARENTS, HE STUDIED TH£ TAlMuD.WBU.COMSt HEBREW GRAMMAR BUT DESPITE THE LACK Of SKUA* EDUCATION, HE REQU'REP AREiiASKABlEABll'Ti ) UkMttM&MftSMN.NUSH.FN WSUS.SUMAJIDrrAUAN l£ THAHSUTf05WllU*IWONA •"' 60**MtNTS£tK [ CW='v MAN Or TW rVU) i KUflVfMnHUM KtC i THAT CAPAC.T? oNT.L 19?; %  > miUNT/LWj^fWASPRESOf THE JEWISH AGENC1 FOR PALESTINE i THE WORLD ZrON.ST ORGANIZATION. AT THE OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR I W£ MOVED FROM WARSAW TO LONDON AkP JOINED PR WElZMANN IN ZIONIST POLITICAL ACTIVITIES HE PROVEP AW EFFECTIVE DIPLOMAT ON THE CONTINENT ON MANY IMPORTANT ZI0NI5T MISSIONS HE MS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAiMUG THE AF?XO*Al OF THE BAiFOUR DECLARATION BY THE FRiNU, ITAilAN/OtrSH, AUMANIAN iSOOTH AFRICAN IN 1881,HE BECAME EDtTOAOf HATZEFIRAH NWARSAW.THl ONLY HEBREW PUBLICATION IN EUROPE.AND UNDER HIS DIRECTION THE JOURNAL MADE PROGRESS.BECOMING A DAILY PAPER SOON AFTER. ORIGINALLY NOTAZIONIST.HE BECAME KEENLY INTERESTED III THE MOVEMENT AFTER AHEADING.A5 REPORTER.THE FIRST ZIONIST CONGRESS.Ht LATER • CAME GENERAl-SECRETARY OF THE WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATm ^vv Q. '• -"' ~ '~ ieago Whiu \ y :i • %  Sox r kie rith a w rd of thre< '.,. Y = _.. and om ~ : '; ." V D hrrr.ers by ._. ;-:ld. T)M New York Krin the BAA are having := iiffieull time sic-.—.; Adolph Schayes former N Y U have offered him eontn ts it %  re sir unts but nothing tc %  i the satisfaction of the J • %  lad "eniovai ne in the National League. MiDer and Podell attorneys u which does not care how it throws law, a n no u n ce d the res arcurd -—• ; ffered him a :he^ :f:.: ; = tc ZZl Lincoln R -': Full Line of Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE IMS Purdy Avenue Ca^ 58-3756 or 5-4316 At*d*g"*~ Your Complete Departmn Store With Quality Merchandit* Washington AT*, at 13th St Miami Beach And for youi convenience Morns Brother's New Ap pare! and Accessory Store 70 E. Flag;** St.. Miami %  SrtB r ft" S tit :' %  't a Washington Z Z :-.i rrMrr. \s ".'.ir.i.-g H i "ey aw ~ years with %  United States Navy rr aney. few thousar :'~:r •-"-: • : E For a FREE copy Listing the STRICTLY KOSHER butcher s'r.ops arc pru'.ajp markets under the active super".".?.:r: ve Miami Beach • Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any ether Kasrruth inrcrrr.iV.on Writt it| executive cuector. Rabbi M. Metc'r.floff 311 WASHINGTON AVEMIAMI BEACH. FLA SLATER BUILDING HOLLYWOOD'S NEWEST AND MOST MODERN OFFICE BLDG. A Few Offices Still Available For Renting Completely Air-rcnditioned Seli-Service Otis Elevator Office Cleaning Service 1938 HARPOON ST. HOLLYWf 01, FLA. Phone Hollywo^ 1 131-1 or 473-W Broken Protected Tho— oeeadontd nlghU loo keepe yea a****^" wtMB M try to flht th Uketbeee.It MUM aadnLhu beea making for more CAUTION aa directed. Ntrrla* at eaAV* let*. Blkhar*. StfCWS



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 *.kUtrk*-MH?*n PAGE KLL'VLN Capital Spotlight WASHINGTON—If you lived in Germany after Hitler's rise to 0W cr, and had your shop, savings, or investments confiscated by the Nazis, there's a chance you're going to get them back. Th ; s is the import of the recent announcement by the Alien Property Office in the Department of, justice that all qualified residents | in'the United States who may j have debt-claims pending against Gei many for Nazi confiscation of their property or wealth must have those claims filed before January 3, 1949. A "debt-claim," according to the department, relates to businesses taken over by Hitler at a time when they owed their owners investors, clients or creditors money. If, after confiscating the firms. Hitler refused to meet these debts because the creditors were Jewish, the Justice Department feels adjustments should be made. If the owners of the confiscated shops and businesses were those persecuted by the Nazis because 0 f religious beliefs, they are likewise entitled to file debt-claims. The Justice Department says persons eligible to file a debtclaim are not only American citizens but also aliens who have lived in this country continuously since Pearl Harbor Day-^December 7, 1941. Citizens of the Philippines are likewise eligible. The money to meet debt-rlaims which the department feels are justified will come from confiscated German assets held in this country. In most examples, it was indicated, these German assets were, in turn, confiscated by the Nazis from their rightful owners in Germany. A full cycle will thus be completed for those ex-Germans whose debt-claims are met by the United States government. The first debt-claims that will be processed will be those against properties and funds now held in the United States, or those which were deposited here by Nazi firms or officials. Those claims relating to properties and funds still in Germany and Austria have yet to be determined. Even so, all debt-claims mu*t be filed by January 3, 1949, and this deadline is important. The deadline has been imposed by the Justice Department so that once all claims have been filed, the department's full energies can be devoted to weighing them and according swift action to the claimants. Already a "substantial number of people" have filed their claims, and the register of claimants is expected to lengthen greatly before the deadline. The method of filing a claim is easy. If you are an individual the Justice Department suggests you drop into its Alien Property Office in Washington, if convenient. If inconvenient, merely write for a special form, which will be mailed to you. If you have a corporate or business interest in the Nazi assets held here, the Justice Department will permit any corporation organized under Federal, state, territorial or Philippine law to handle the debt-claim for you. Maule Industries Host At Picnic For Employees More than 1,300 picnickers took over Crandon Park and Virginia Beach Sunday on the occasion of Maule Industries' annual picnic for employees and their families. F. Paul Anderson, general superintendent of operations for Maule, was in charge of arrangements. White employees from the local plants gathered at Crandon Park while the picnic for the colored employees and their families was held at Virginia Beach. Following the athletic events an old-fashioned fried chicken dinner was served. C. B. King is president of Maule Industries which is a pioneer South Florida company engaged in the manufacture and distribution of concrete block and building materials. Rabbi April To Conduct The llolv llav Services High Holy Day arrangements have been completed by the Mijami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will conduct the services assisted by a choir composed of members of the senior and junior congrega tions together with Hebrew school students. William Weintraub is chairman of the ticket committee which will be at the building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. every evening from 7 to 10. Rabbi Lehrman Officiates At Beach Weddings Recent weddings at which Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Reach Jewish Center, officiated included Phyllis S. Zinner, 2478 S.W. 12th St. to Harold Bessell, New York City; Sony a Zaias, 1421 Collins Ave. to Raphael Belkov; Sylvia Levine, 435 Espanola Way to Edward Allen Gleich, 1614 Pennsylvania Ave.: Rosalyn Simmons to Jerome Brill. 41 Washington Ave.; Harriet Rebecca Dresnick of 610 16th St. to Samuel Kessler; Natalie Friedman to Irwin Gars; and Frances R. Horngrad, 4812 Pinetree Drive to Burton Stewart Marks. Miamians Returning From Europe To Be Guests At Forum Sponsored By Temple Conditions in Europe this summer will be discussed at Temple Israel on Wednesday, September 15, at a joint meeting of the Sisterhood and Men's Club, when a group of ten Temple members who vacationed in France, Italy, Switzerland, and other European countries this year will be welcomed home. Participating in the report and symposium discussion will be Mr and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. William Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Acting as moderators for the discussion and question period are Morris Glass and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Henry E. Wolff, president of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Isaac Levin .president of the Sisterhood, wil greet the guests. Jerome E. Freehhng is program chairman. ... A reception will folow the program, which is open to the public. Entries in "Miss B'nai B'rith" contest. Miss Bunny Lynn and Miss Lois Nevins, examine gold trophy held by Miss Jean Bromberg (center), winner of 1947 contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, l B'nai B'rith. The winner will be selected at the third annual I dance, Sunday, September 12. at the Frolic Club. Bayshore Place and MacArthur Causeway. _____ Litz Opens New Kosher Market In Southwest Formerly associated with Mel's Market, Miami Beach, Sam Litz has opened "Sam's strictly Kosher Vneat and poultry market" at 322 S.W. 12th Ave. He will also specialize in kosher delicatessen and his market is under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Kakashruth. Before coming to Miami Mr. Litz was engaged in the meat and poultry business in Philadelphia. Miami Beach Center Asks Early Reservations Joseph M. Rose, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, has announced that services for the High Holy Days will be held in the new synagogue building at 17th St. and Washington Ave. Congregation members are urged to secure their tickets now so as to insure being able to participate in the services in the air-conditioned building. Barn Dance Scheduled by Beth David Sisterhood The first social event on the calendar of Beth David Sisterhood will be a barn dance, November 3, at the Bayfront Recreation Hall, Biscayne Blvd. and 5th St. Mrs. Harry August, chairman of the affair, announces that a country store booth will be featured. Members are requested to bring their "white elephants' to the sisterhood meeting on Wednesday. Obituaries MRS. RACHEL WOLF Age 78, residing at 1627 S.W. isth St., passed away xuililonly In Washington, l>. C. on Tuesday while visiting her children. A resident of Miami sineo 1920 Mrs. Wolf is survived by her husliaiid. John, of Miami; three sons. I n. Jerry and ESdward, all of Washington; three daughters residing in Miami Beiuh, Mrs. Harold Tobin. Mrs. Jasper Cromer and Mrs. Hose Sriual; anil two sisters. Mrs. li. K.uidel of Miami, find Mrs. Julius Wolpe of Washington. Graveside services will he held in the Jewish seetlon of Woodlawn Memorial Park today ;it noon. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. The arrangements are under the direction of Gordon Funeral Home. I Unveiling Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Esther Becker will take place Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. I Friends and relatives are request>ed to attend. MRS. IDA SILVER ill, of 984 S.W. 4th St., passed away Wednesday following a brief illness. V resilient of Miami for 12 years, Mrs. Silver rame here from Chicago She leaves her husband, Sam Silver; one son. Harry of Chicago; one daughter, Mrs. PrltSlfl Kaplan of Chicago: and a granddaughter, Mrs. La Verne Hoffman, "f st. Paul. Minn. 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| %  'I i< PAGE TWO JWB's Implementation Ot Statement Ot Principles To Be Mapped Out At Meeting NEW YORK—Steps toward putting into effect the Jewish Community Center movement's newly adopted Statement of Principles on Jewish Center Purposes and consideration of the nature of the Jewish Center participation in the forthcoming program of USO. whose reactivation was recently announce d, will constitute the principal busi-, ness before the 1948 annual meeting of the Jewish Center Division Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Meeting on Saturday evening, September 18 and all day Sunday, September 19. at the Hotel Commodore. New York, the Jewish Center Division Committee will have before it a variety of problems related to putting into practice the new Statement of Principles in all communities where Jewish Centers function. The principles were adopted at the 1948 national convention of JWB last May by delegates from the 321 Centers affiliated with JWB. the national association of Jewish Centers and YM-YWHAs. The Statement of Principles describes the Center as an agency with which the American Jew "identifier himself voluntarily." and declares that in its total program the Center "seeks to develop and enrich human personality and group association." As the agency representing the American Jewish community in USO. JWB will utilize this first major national JWB conference since the passage of the new Selective Service Act to accelerate once again the active cooperation of volunteers and local committees and facilities of the Jewish communities in support of the USO program. Closer integration between the field staffs and the volunteer committees of JWB's Jewish Center Division and its Armed Services Division will be mapped because of the increaased resoonsibilities that the draft act will impose upon both JWB and its member Centers. Isaiah Sisterhood Plans Friendship Supper-Dance Outdoor dancing and entertainment will follow the "Friendship Supper" to be given on Sunday, September 19. at 7 p.m. by RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Coloring will conduct services. Saturday morning services I a.m. tinrabbi win speak "ii Hi.Portion of the Week. Pally services at 8 a.m. ami 6:15 p.m. Hebrew school Monday thrown Thursday :i::i" t" ,; : : ''" P-m. Sunday school opening session on Bepl l-'. Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. [Friday evening services at G p.m.: Saturday morning services at 8:80 a.m. Rabbi Khaplro and Reverend Maim lies nil! officiate. Hebrew School bi Monday through Friday, 8:80 t<8:80 dally, Sunday School registration sunday morning at in a.m. Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services ;ii 8:15 Rabbi Kaufman will speak on %  rne Spirit of ih.Law" Saturday morning services at 10. Religious school on s. ; .t IL' ;.t i" 30 Registration from %  .i.iii to ,"i p.m. daily. ORTHODOX Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 8:15 a.m.: Saturday morning services al 9 a.m. Mlshna classes at •"• p.m. Mlncha al •; p m followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi "ill .-peak on tinPortion of (he Week. Hebrew School daily from 5:18 p. 8:30 p.m Sunday School sessions uiii begin Sunday at 8:46. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 8:15: Saturday morning services at '•' a.m. Junior congremitlon servicesal in in Rabbi rsrauer wil preach on tin* Portion of tii. Week. Mlncha al :46 followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday •hooi at in a.m. Registration for llgious school from 3:10 to 8 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob. 301j 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. 9-Jenistncrid/ar M.isaila Sponsors Swim-Danee The Greater Miami Ma^ada will sponsor a swim-dance to be held on Saturday, September 18. at 8:30 p.m.. at the Rita Pizza Hotel. Sunny Kay. pantominist will be guest star. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of an ambulance and medical supplies for the State of Israel. Tickets are available at the Empire Hotel. Collins Ave. and 8th St. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 Beth Jacob Seats For Holidays Available The seating committee of Congregation Beth Jacob will be at the Synagogue daily beginning Sunday. September 12. from 9 a.m. to noon and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. On Friday tickets will be sold ir the morning only and on Saturday after 8 p.m. Selichoss night. September 25, is the deadline for the selection of seats and the redeeming of tickets. Sholem Lodge Third Annual FaS! Frolic On Sunday To Feature 'Miss B'nai B rith A aold lovinq cup will be presented to "Miss B'nai B nth on Sunday atThe Sholem Lodge third annual fall frolic and dance, to be held at the Frolics Club. Entries received to date include Bunny Lynn. 1643 N.E.145th St., Lois Nevins. 2352 S.W. 3rd St.. Marqaret Blau. 185 S.E. 14th Terr., and Florence Lovinger, 2121 S.W. 6th St. Miss Lovinger finished second in the 1947 contest. Sam Silver, general chairman. announces that the personality and talent contest will remain open to contestants until 7:30 P.M. Sunday, and young ladies are permitted to wear either evening gowns or bathing suits in the final judging. Entries requiring orchestral accompaniment for vocal numbers or dance routines arc asked to report to Crusty Dry. bread, orchestra leader, at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening. According to announcements by Frank Jaffe and Sol Davis of the contest committee, three prominent theatrical personalities will act as judges and their decision will be final. Elimination contests will be conducted throughout the evening and the winner will be selected promptly at 11 p.m. Tickets at $1.50 are available from members of the B'nai B'rith offices. 330 Seybold Bldg. Members of the women's B'nai B'rith chapters will participate in gala event, acting as waitresses and hostesses. Members of the Dcbbs Chapter and Clara Landau Chapter have designed colorful costume.tor the occasion. Refreshments and drinks will be served. Assisting Sam Silver with arrangements will be E. Albert Pallot, tickets: Irving Saal, personnel: Jerome Weinkle and Ben Koven, games: Frank Jaffe and Sol Davis, contest and publicity: Dr. David Seitlin, refreshments Cal Pont, food; John Kronenfeld equipment and transportation and Alex Cohen and Martin Moses, prizes. If You Desire JEWISH Cuisine Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdrvssers 103 9 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES S-0467, 5-0468 44Q E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE Friday evening services B( 6 i.m. the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah,, Saturday morning at 8:80. Mlncha al 4925 Collins Ave. Newcomers to • $ "jjJS&ritf, VsSeak oTttTe the community and tourists are J portion of the Wek. Regrlstrattoii of invited and will be introduced to the membership during the affair. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus. 6-2128. or Mrs. Gilbert Balkin at 58-5404. Chairmen in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Charles Raab and Mrs. Ben Silver. ^>W • %  'UN yT TW3. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th SL Phone 2-7439 IMMEDIATE SERVICEREASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION. FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTOR* FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES OHth NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT" ond | KNOW-HOW" MECHANICAL^STAFF^ BUDGET PLAN IF DFSIREP SAM MURRAY M rrarrWylrrud 1*17 IISCAYNE BOULEVARD' PHONE 9-47*1 TRUCK DIVISION UN f 27TH STREET PHONf 7547 children for Sundaj school "ill I held Sundaj .it l" a.m. Dally ichool from 1:30 t., 7 i> in. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services 6:80 p.m.: Saturday morning service* at 8:80 a m. The raiiiii will Bpeah on the Portion <>f the Week. Saturday afternoon ai 5 p.m, the rabbi will speak. Mlncha at fi p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv at 7:80 p.m. ollowed by a clasa in Jewish Laws and Customs. Morning servlcea dally at 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in Mishnato, REFORM Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Services Friday nlghl al 8:15. The Rabbi will speak on "Jewish Education ... a Tradition." Vocal selections IPV Rita Auerbach, accompanied by Ulyan Drucker al the electric organ A reception will follow. ReIgiu school registration on Sunday ,i i" a.m. al the Temple, Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St. Ratbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. >rove it V ntfse \*> :tfKS tgfl Sabbath evening services I.III. Kaidil Zwitman will at VI conduct Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at 8:00. 1 Speaker to be announced. LIBERAL Temple Eeth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Friday evening service al >'< p.m, Sunday s,-lii"-l ,.|>,-ns S< |,t 11'. Sgft8S> .•IB*** 01 Hebrew Calendar 5708 1948 j'Rosh Chodesh Ellul Sept. 6 5709 1948 Rush Hashonah, 1st day Oct. 4 Rosh Hashonah, 2nd day -Oct. 5 Fast of Oedallah Oct. 6 'Shabbath Shuvah Oct. 9 I Yom Klppur O ct. 13 ISuccOth, 1st day Oct. IS Succoth, 2nd day net. 19 Hashanah Rabba Oct. 24 STiemlnl Atsereth O ct. 25 simchath Torah Oct. 26 •Rosh Chodesh. Cheshvan Nov. 3 Rosh Chodesh, Klslev Dec. 3 Chnnukah, 1st day .._ D ec. 27 Chanukah. 2nd day ... Dec. 2 'Also observed previous day. Ike*"** PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION



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• 1 1 %  %  • 1 %  1 : i'i i j > • • i • !' ; • I I ; • Ml %  • I | r • %  %  %  : I • ; i i i : ; I • PAGE SEC +Jelst>ncrldlton FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, i 948 I'll Say... I By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Beach Syndicate Miami Beach has become fame,us .^J^^onS luxuriant hotels, swanky night spato rnnting £> !" palatial theaters, intriguing shops and Lvelj bars a and wonder of two continents. All the world would Wee to and enjoy Florida's Gold Coast. side. Proximity to throe race afford 1 nl l tracks attracts the gambling elein fc ment as cheese draws maggots, public office. Nor is n %  ssary to spend a A:. IJ there is delightful afternoon at Hia] the electoral "•' %  watching the sport of kil Dapper young fell s, smiling b • Syndicate its 1 ids and hind the cigar counters of mi uying %  •: hotels, are always ready ac. ... ; comrr.odate the tourist by pi ing his money on a horse. And -• %  '• %  out of the numerous b tting si .Us be acquired, they say. I an industry has arisen, controlled cate will ; City C %  and directed by a small local tQ .. ., .... into a group. This selected band isly, s Super Bookies is kn t language of big business, as tft( ,, c i t izenry at a ii Syndicate. llcM|iifcii For Bar >lii/vah The Rabbinical Association ot Greater Miami has announced thai in order to have a public Bar Miizvah celebration in any of the synagogues, centers or temples in this area, a boy must have a minimum of two years Hebrew school education or its equivalent. Dr. Goodman Is Guest Of Beach B. & P. Meeting Dr Morris Goodman will be ;t speaker .Monday nig! t eting of the Miami ne ss and Professional Divisi f Ha iss at 8:30 p.m. V His subject will j th 'Hadassah Medical Ortion," to which Dr. Goodman has rendered much support. the program will be a Miss Jean Brown anc .... ., iffman, as "Mr. and v n.. lai and Palestinian s by the Choral Group, under ec tion of Mrs. Beatrice King. Sholem Lodge Women To Discuss "Aid To Israel" At Meeting Tuesday E'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge will hold their regular !meet : ng on Tuesday at 8:15 at Temple Israel, it was announced 'by Mrs. Harry Gordon, president Scheduled for discussion w 11 be the chapters "Aid-ToIsrael" programs for the year an d plans for fund -raising in 1949 Me I bers are icquestcd to bring materials for overseas kits to this B & P Meets At Y meeting. Items needed most are: The Busincss and p rofegg combs, 5 or 6": nylon hair-brushes, Division of H adassah will m m shoes brushes, tooth brushes safe-1 Mond flt Q 3Q m J ,v razors, razor blades, small sus^ y p ans for ^ m(imh ^ drive will be formulated under sors, buttons, needles, thread. Following the business meeting, :he women will join the men's 1 ,de in Kaplan Hall to hear a ,.• nel discussion dealing with crime in the Greater Miami area, conducted by George E. Patterson. Jr., of the Dade County Crime Commission and Dr. Seymour E. Blumenthal of the University of Miami. ...— V 3 F 1 The Syndicate has virtu ., an d sporting monopoly on a race track bettin within the lush nfines of Mi.,. .. c j tv n0 ami Beach. It is a political Aureas sqi osre si m ma the Syndicate It would, h with tentacles reaching the police ^ L p its station ar.d City Council Thus whv not a non partisan political league of the it is able to exercise an trol over its henchmen in the p ub 'ff c spirited. A well knit caps widespread network of BookieQf thi civ; Id act as a %  % % %  vent ndicati i falling into nt practi dom. For a good and valuable consideration, it dispenses ices, it shields from pol: ference. it backs with Above all. it throws over its clientele a mantle of protection: and protection is as necessary to the life of bookmaking as w I to a school of barracudas. For the Syndicate has enough political influence, police protection, and financial resource to make a business tycoon's mout wati I Thi.s does not mean that the Syndicate is sinister or vicious. Far from it. Its contributions to charities. I am told, are more than generous. Within Miami Beach proper, it has no truck with dice-throwing, chemen-defer. card tables, or roulette wheels. It abhors organized vice from prostitution to dope peddling. Hotel operators say that the Syndicate makes the Bookie toe the mark and guarantees the winning.of any betting customer, no matter how big the jackpot. Even respectable folk claim this Syndicate keeps the Chicago gangsters from muscling in: its very presence prevents the world's premiere pleasure city from degenerating into a stew of vice, crime and murder. All of which may be true. Still a lurking unease tugs at one's vitals. So far the Syndicate has not abused its power. But power recej t decision o{ the United corrupts: so does money—and the States Suprcme Court in a case Syndicate has a good measure of ^ jn ch ij;ni minois both. Some feel a certain security ouUaws thfi relegsed tiim systom because the inner circle is made The organizations sponsor i n g the up of residents, who are raising &uJt ar |, their families in the vicinity. But AmL rican Clvil Libertie s Union: the ruling personnel may change. This type of business draws into Hew York Board Of Rabbis Joins Released Time Suit Rabbi Harold H. Gordon, executive secretary of the New York • Board o) Rabbis, revealed that I e board had joined the nine other nizations sponsoring the suit! by Tessim Zorach and Esther Gluck to outlaw released time foi i religious education in the New City schools. In a letter to Leo Pfeffer, of counsel for the i organizations sponsoring the suit, bi Gordon stated that for y years the board had opposed released time as a violation of t ican principle of n of church and state and therefore requested Mr. Pfeffer to add the I oard as one of the sponsoring organizations. The suit which is now pending before Justice George J. Beldock in Brooklyn was brought by a Protestant parent and a Jewish j parent of children attending the' New York City public schools. The basis of the action is that the Auxiliary Meets Tuesday The Miami Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold their first board meeting of the season on Tuesday at 1:30 Youth Program on WWPB a t the home of Mrs. s. Covner. L Freehling will interview 2 Palermo Aw, Cora. Gables. Seymour M. Blumenthal, former child psychologist in the New York Juvenile Courts, over station WWPM Monday at 4 k. Dr. Blumenthal. a memof the B'nai B'rith Youth servation committee, is spcakin observance of National Youth Month's juvenile delinquency control program. Tep Rushees Honored Rushees Of Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida were honored with a swim dance this week at th t > Ritz Plaza hotel. the direction of Miss Ruth Steinberg, membership chairman, who will appoint her committee at the meeting. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill ot Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER SPECIALTY BUILDERS RELIABLE TRUSTWORTHY Repairs Alterations Additions • LICENSED • INSURED PHONE 4-6206 2728 S.W. 28th Lane Estimates Cheerfully Given F. H. A. Loans with 10% down payment Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies ned Spreads Head Hoards Cornices Made to Order Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. RAWLSON 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES American Jewi-h Committee: An erican Jewish Congress; B'na its orbit the undesirable and even B pith Jewish Labor Committeo the criminal. Circumstances may Jewigh W{u Vete National force the management into the Community Re i ations Advisory more vicious rackets, if only to Coundl; svnagogue Council of protect Us status qua Amcrica an d tn Unitcd Parent8 After all, the nature of the Associatl "industry is parasitic, it works. under cover. It specializes in fixing. Its mandates are enforced with an "or else." Too much wealth and power are concentrated in a small band, distinguished neither for education nor public spirit, for morals nor civic virtue. Yet no Councilman can MOUNT NEB0 CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 For Better Service to the Public In Greater Miami... 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Lmft V. SEPTEMBER 10. 1948 +Jewlsii fkricfian PAGE NINE {personally Speaking Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, accompanied by their ht Frances Louise, and son Louis, have returned from a | foTof South America. ^ + ^ Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk are spending a vacation in !, M ew York. Sunday they attended the wedding of Mrs. fv brother. Jerome Wohlstadter. and this week they w.ll be ent when'Mr. Turk's niece, Rita, is married. Following the ? reS -i aatherings the Turks will travel to Canada, accompanied b Mrs Turk's sister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley | W. Schwartz. Miss Diane Predinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. P Hinaer left Tuesday to attend the Oral Hygiene School at j Tmole University, Ph ladelphia. She previously attended the University of Alabama where she majored in biology. "^* "^* "^* Sherri Lea, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer, as born in Jackson Memorial Hospital on the first of j September. Mr and Mrs. Jerome Freehling, 1231 S.W. 19th Terr., announce the birth of a granddaughter. Marcia Fay, on September a Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sterman, of Fayette. Alabama. Mrs. Sterman is the former Jeanne Freehling. ^P ^* "^ Mrs Etha Beck, 1785 S.W. 13th St.. entertained her sisterin-law, Mrs. Joseph Blum, of New York, as her houseguest for a month. # # # A tour of ten northern states has been enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs L Bloomfield. 1660 Lenox Ave., who are now staying in New Hampshire. They expect to return to Miami Beach on the 20th of this month. ^K "^ ^* Celebrating her 11th birthday, Madelyn Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg, 2115 S.W. 14th Terr., entertained twenty of her friends on Wednesday evening. %  %  Hershey Glantz, 2263 N.W. 4th St., left by plane on Wednesday for Pittsburgh where he will attend the funeral of his father, Alex Glantz, who passed away this week. Miss Mildred Zalka, 1446 Lenox Ave., is entertaining a house guest, Miss Marie Davis of St. Petersburg, Miss Davis is a sorority sister of Mildred's. Mr and Mrs. Leslie C. Rome have returned to Coral Gables following a trip to New York where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Max Forman, former Miami Beach residents. While there they visited Mrs. Rome's mother, Mrs. Lillian Rose. at the Laurel Country Club, Sackett Lake. On their return trip they stopped in Williamsburg, Virginia, to visit Mr. Rome s brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Rome. Miss Carol Jane Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., has as her houseguest her college roommate, Miss Sylvia Bolasky of Jacksonville. The girls attend the University of Alabama and are members of Sigma Delta Tau. Parties, picnics and other get togethers in honor of Sylvia have been planned by Carol Jane as well as by Flip Rosenthal, Joan Tillinger, Bobbie Stieg and Lois Schloss. also Sigma Delta Taus. Before returning to school Carol Jane will be the guest of Sylvia at her home in Jackson ville where they plan to stay for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont have had as their house guest Mrs. Pont's father, who spent a brief vacation here. Dr. David Kirsh, of Miami Beach, left yesterday for Chicago and Californa for a four weeks' trip. He will visit his family in New York before returning here the middle of October. + Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper have returned to Miami with their children after a six weeks' vacation. While the children were at camp in East Stroudsburg. Pa., the Peppers visited Asheville, N. C. later staying at Shawnee Inn, Shawnee-onthe Delaware, Pa. At the close of the children's camp session the four Peppers visited New York where they stayed at the Waldorf. During his trip Dr. Pepper visited various medical clinics and attended a number of medical meetings. Wi Alfred Gottesman and Al Clark have returned to Miami following a European tour. Miss Berger Weds Stanley Blank Molly Boyell United With David Weiss Announcement has been made of the engagement of Louise Raphael, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Raphael, 918 Ocean Drive to Rabbi Nelson Merzel, son of Phillip Merzel, of Rochester, N. Y. The betrothal was celebrated at a party and reception in New York City on August 22. The wedding will be held in the spring. Miss Raphael is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and is now attending the University of Miami. She is a member of Young Israel and is a teacher in Beth Sholom's Hebrew school. Rabbi Merzel received his degree from Telshe Yeshiva of Cleveland. Mrs. Stanley Blank A double ring ceremony marked the August 22 marriage of Miss Barbara Berger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger, 1234 S.W. 4th St., to Stanley Blank, son of j Mrs. Jean Blank, 1176 S.W. 20th Ave. The ceremony, which took place at the Coral Gables Women's Club, was performed by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her twin sister, Mrs. Thelma Bronis and Patricia Ann Rokow, niece of the groom. Martin Rokow served as his brother-in-law's best man. The ceremony was followed by a reception. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Roy Allen, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth and family, Daytona Beach, and Mrs. Peter Frisco, Carrabelle, Fla. The couple are now at home at 1760 S.W. 13th St. Rabbi Mescheloff Unites Watermans Miss Beate B. Gutmann and Edward Walterman were united in Marriage on Tuesday in the study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, at Congregation Beth Jacob. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Max Silver, and was attended by Miss Emily Hank of Miami, as bridemaid and Mrs. Ida Levy, New York City, as matron of honor. George Topolski was best man. A reception in the Community building followed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Gutmann, Mt. Vernon, New York. She attended Syracuse University and is a registered nurse, graduating from Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York. Mr. Walterman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Walterman of the Bronx. He is an auditor and attended schools in New York. The couple will reside in Miami Beach. Miss Anna Kalichman who became the bride of Dr. Jacob L. Parnes on August 22. attended by her mother and sister-in-law, Goldie Shenkman. with Abe Goldstein attending the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Manning's. After a honeymoon in NewYork the couple will reside at 1637 S.W. 5th St. Miss Shenkman Weds The wedding of Muriel Hope Shenkman, daughter of Mrs. Ida Shenkman, 642 S.W. 10th Ave. to Sidney Barshak, took place last Sunday, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 +Jewlsti fhjradlfori PAGE FIVE Miami Beach Jewish Center Structure To Seat 1800; Ready For Holidays The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will conducts High Holy Day services in its new synagogue building at 17th St. and Washington Ave., announced Joseph M. Rose, president. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate at all services, assisted by Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring and the Center choir, under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Reservations for High Holy Day seats may be obtained at the old building, 1415 Euclid Ave. Harry Sirkin is chairman of the seating committee. With a seating capacity of 1800 the new Center is one of the largest Jewish Houses of Worship in the country. In December 1946 under the leadership of Samuel Friedland, then president of the congregation, groundbreaking services were conducted, with the dedication of the cornerstone held in February of this year. The edifice contains a main synagogue, chapel and balcony. Plans for a separate building which will include a large audi-<^ torium, and social hall with facilities for 1000, a library, youth activities room, general congregaj tional offices providing 21 re-' Ugious class rooms, a kindergarten and nursery rooms, have already been made. Joseph Rose Itabbi Lolirinan ltd nans To City Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, his wife and two children, David and Rosalind Myra. have returned from their summer vacation in Highmount, New York. While in the north the Rabbi participated in the Rabbinical Assembly Seminar in New York City. Butchers To Resume Sunday Openings The Kosher Butchers Guild, representing the kosher meat and poultry industry of South Florida, through its president, Phil Romer. has announced that members of the organization are planning to reopen their establishments on Sundays. The Sunday before Rosh Hashonah will start the change of policy which has been in effect throughout the entire summer. Miami Communities Unite For Educational Program The West Miami Jewish CenIcr. the Coral Gables Jewish Center and the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center have combined their Sunday and Hebrew schools, which will be known as the United Jewish schools. The opening date is SunMay at 10 a.m. at the North Campus of the University of Miami. Non-members of the organizations will be permitted to register their children in the school. Orthodox Synagog Engages Assistants Cantor Milton Friedman of New York City, has been engaged as cantor and instructor in the religious school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Cantor Friedman is 28 years of age and has officiated as a cantor since childhood. He was known as a child prodigy and referred to as Chazan Moishele. Later he officiated as cantor in the Flatbush Jewish Center and the Bronx YMHA. New York City. He also served Congregation Ahavath Achim, in Savannah, Ga. Cantor Friedman was recently married and will arrive this week with his. bride. • Another new appointee is Bernard W. Kimmel who will serve as an instruction in the religious school. Mr. Kimmel was previously associated with the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He received his Hebraic education in Boston, Mass., and is currently attending classes at the University of Miami. He is married and father of an infant son. Both men will participate in extra curricular youth activities. They will specialize in programs for young people which will utilize the facilities of the new Community Center building of MJOC. SUN RAY SELTZER WATER Free Delivery to Your Home CALL 2-7283 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 520 W. FLAGLER ST. REGISTER NOW >l VNMIIIMII5 SCHOOL ESTABLISHED 1934 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach COMPLETELY KOSHER KITCHENS KINDERGARTEN — ELEMENTARY — HIGH SCHOOL SPECIALIZING IN PRINTING XKW YEAR'S CARDS FREED PRESS J 2035 Wesl Flagler Street Phone 9-1463 FAMILY PLOT The only available Family Plot in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. A square 16 by 32 feet enclosed by heavy chains on concrete Posts. For information call H. MMOVS — 2-3151 North Shore It"n.ii %  Frith Women Hold Show-Rally North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will launch their fall membership drive with a fashion show and rally on September 22. at 8:15 p.m. at the Atlantis Hotel Roof, according to Mrs. Stanley Phillips, president The fashion show, produced by Burdine's, will be under the direction of Mrs. Emphy Benway. Mistress of ceremonies for the -vening will be Mrs. Edward Valterman and Mrs. Hal Evans t general chairman of the affair Mrs. Sam Silver. State Federaion president of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters will b c principal speaker. Harry and Jackie Fay, pantomine comic artists will headline the program of entertainment Admission is free to all rcmbers of the North Shore Chapter and their friends providing each member is accompanied by a prospective member. Serving on the committee toi arrangements are: Mrs. Mickey Silverstcin, Mrs. David Schiffman md Mrs. George Gallander, Gannes Addresses W. Miami Jewish Center Abe Gannes, executive director of the Jewish Board of Education, reported on the operation of religious schools at Tuesday's meeting of the West Miami Jewish Center. "The House on the Desert," Palestinian motion picture was shown. High Holy Day services will bc held at the Center's regular meeting place, 1000 S.W. 67th Ave Rabbi Samuel R. Stone will officiate. Mrs. Louis Goldin is in charge of tickets. Interested persons are asked to call her at 48-8851. Entries in "Miss B'nai B'rith" contest. Miss Bunny Lynn and Miss Lois Nevins. examine gold trophy held by Miss Jean Bromberg (center), winner of 1947 contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The winner will be selected at the third annual dance, Sunday, September 12, at the Frolic Club, Bayshore Place and MacArthur Causeway. Center Talmud Torah Adds New Course The fall season of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Talmud Torah opened this week with a new addition to the regular curriculum. According to Rabbi Irving Lehrman special classes have been instituted where emphasis •vill be put on the study of the Hebrew language as a living tongue. Sunday school will begin its sessions on Sunday with bus service serving students of both the Talmud Torah and the Sunday school. YOUNG ART STUDENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Will care for your baby or young child afternoons while you attend meetings, etc. CALL 9-5715 Frorkst —for College Wear Smart, new. crisp frocks especially d e s i g n ed for school wear are now offered by Ethel at prices that are astonishingly reasonable. Why not look, anyhow. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. EXTERMINATING COMPANY TERMITE CONTROL SPECIALISTS Free inspection and estimates; 5 year guarantee PHONE: 78-6815 7664 N.W. 17th PL Miami, Fla. WANTED: 6 SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS ONE HEBREW TEACHER ONE HEBREW NURSERY TEACHER Excellent remuneration APPLY BOX 2006 OCEAN VIEW BRANCH, MIAMI BEACH ^Announcing TO THE REOPENING OF THE LITTLE BAKE SHOP 2127 CORAL WAY (Between 21st and 22nd Aves.) MIAMI With a large variety of CAKE, PASTRIES BREAD AND ROLLS for all occasions SPECIALIZING IN WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES PHONE 48-7242 GRAND OPENING "Jerry's Finest In Foods" FEATURING KOSHER 31 EATS & POULTRY DELICATESSEN, APPETIZERS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS We specialize in home-made salads and sandwiches for your parties and picnics. We take orders and have a speedy delivery service. Convenient shopping—a block and a half from the court house. 241 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI PHONE 82-3991 11 i I • i I



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMB ER 10, 1948 +Jewist noridflari PAGE THIRTEEN Kick-off Breakfast Arranged To Start Local B'nai B'rith Membership Effort B'nai B'rith Council membership chairman, E. Albert Pallot, and past district presidents Louis Heiman and Isaac Levin will address those present at the Kick-off Breakfast on September 26 at the Marseilles Hotel. Attending in their capacity of membership drive chairmen w ill be John Kronenfeld ana— Marx Faber, Sholem Lodge; Barm U Beckerman and Godfrey Newman. Miami Beach Lodge; Irving Cypen and Gershon Miller. Tropical Lodge; A. J. Kaplan an d Mark Silverstein, North Shore Lodge; Leonard Spiegel and Alvin Corenblum, Coral Gables Lodge; and Richard Gerstein and Bob Levin, Isaac Levin Lodge. Representing the eight women's organizations of B'nai B'rith will be District Grand Lodge No. 5, 1st vice president, Mrs. Irving Becker, and State Federation president, Mrs. Sam Silver. Presidents of local groups expected to attend are Mrs. Harry Gordon, Sholem Lodge; Mrs. Harold Turk, Miami Beach: Mrs. Nathan Bloom, Coral Gables Lodge; Miss Ethel Pont, Emma Lazarus Business and Professional Women; Mrs. Maxine Rcinhard, Rose Chapter: Mrs. Stanley Phillips, North Shore: Miss Donna Feldman, Debbs BBYW; and Miss Gloria Farkas, Clara Landau, BBYW. The membership drive will end on October 31 with a rally in Flamingo Park, observing the 105th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'rith. Miami Symphony Starts Ticket Sale Sale of subscription tickets for the nine pairs of concerts to be given this season by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra will begin Monday, announced Mrs. Marie Volpe, orchestra business manager. Tickets may be purchased in room 204 of the administration building, Cordelia's Book Store, Amidon's Music Stores, Miami Beach Radio Shop, and at 340 S.E. 1st St. Single tickets will be on sale October 25. The opening concert on October 31, conducted by Modeste Alloo, will star Svet Svanholm, Wagnerian tenor of the Metropolitan Opera House. Sholem Lodge To Feature Youth Month Program A civic affairs program will be held Tuesday at 8:14 p.m. when Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith hears George E. Patterson, Jr., of the Dade County Crime Commission and Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, juvenile delinquency expert, in a panel disucssion of adult crime and juvenile delinquency. The meeting will be held at Temple Israel and will be open to the public. The program is under the direction of Sidney Aronovitz and is being conducted in observance of National Youth Month. Cantor Julius Rosenstein To Serve Hollywood Cantor Juliivs Rosenstein off Miami Beach, will officiate during the High Holy Days at the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood in conjunction with Rabbi Max Kaufman. Cantor Rosenstein has been associated with synagogues in Brooklyn, Congregation Olcv Sholom of Orlando, Temple Beth Sholom and the Miami Beach Community Center. LEGAL NOTICE Transportation Available To Miami Y Nursery Parents who desire transporta tion for their children to attend the Miami Y nursery may secure this service by the payment of a small additional fee. Mrs. Helen Temple, chairman of the Miami Y Youth Committee, announced. Those interested should contact Mrs. Grossman at the Y nursery. Consumptive Society Meets At Robert Richter The Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will hold its opening meeting on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Robert Richter Hotel. A full program is. planned for the coming year to assist the tubercular of the community. IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be held at The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.) Miami Bearh During the Forthcoming Holidays ROSH HASHONO YOM KIPPUR Sunday Evening, Oct. 3 Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12 Monday, Oct. 4 Tuesday, Oct. 5 Wednesday. Oct. 13 Tickets May Ee Procured at the Academy NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ->i Lemar Hotel HI 286 9th si., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida FLORENCE WELOFF Sole owner HARRY DIETZ Congress lildg. Attorney for Applicant '.1/10-17-21 10/1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 47033 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Hint Ben Boskln, holder as assignee of Little River Valley Drainage District Tax CerUfioates numbered :M and itu, dated the 27th day Of May, A.D. 1946, has filed said Certificates In my Of I ice, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordan e with law. Bald Certificates embrace the following described propeity, situated in Dade County. State oi Florida, to wit! Lota 11, 12, Block 5, 2nd Resubdlvlsioii of North Silver Crest, Plat Book li, Page 21, In the County of Hade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, B0. The assessment %  •I said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name of Watson F. Plnckaid. K 50.08 ft. of Tract l. Rev. Plat of Christie Lawns, a Sub., Plat I look :;:., Page 18, Containing .16 Acres more or less in the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 90. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was in the name of (iarrett N. .Miller. Unless said certificates shall lie redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 18th day of October, A. D. 1948. Dated this 31st day of August, A. D. 1918. D, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By s. s. MOORE, Deputy Clerk. '.1/10-17-24 10/1 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/JRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCERY, No. 119188. EDWARD DIliENEDETTO, Plaintiff, VS. YVONNE DiBJiNEDETTO. Defendant. To: YVONNE DIBKNEDETTO. Residence Unknown YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 18th day of September. 1948, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 30th day of August, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, i llerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. VV. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL j. RAND, Attorney •117 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 9/2-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Miami Garden center ut 11603 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANTHONY VIRGA NANCY VIRGA Silver, Kaplan. Dletz & Lasky Attorneys for applicants 8/20-27 9/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LIBBER'S LUGGAGE BHOP at :.oi West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX UEBER, Owner HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicant 9/10-17-24 10/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In OUsineaa under the fictitious name of Circle Market at !HS Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD GOLDSTEIN FRANCES GOLDSTEIN Owners OEORGE CHERTKOF 808 olymphi lildg. Attorney for Applicants 9/10-17-24 10/1-8 NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desirlnK to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tho circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. T.ILYAN POLANSKY Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress lildg. 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 TROPICAL LANDSCAPERS nt 1601 Alton Road. Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK E. FRIEDBERG LOUIS FRIEDBERG Owners SAMUEL .1. RAND, Attorney 1117 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 9/10-17-24 HV1-8 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that Harry Rosen and Harry Siegel on the 19th day of July, 1948 dissolved the copartnership known as Carrlb Novelty Company of 44 Northeast First Avenue, Miami. Florida, and that Harry siegel is no longer connected with aid Can ib Novelty Company. RRESI.oW & GELB. Attys. i I0-1V-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JUMBO SANDWICH at 12 S.W. 17th Avenue intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. ARNOLD NOVICK MIRIAM NOVICK '1/10-17-24 10/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 'ARK BAB AND ('.KILL at 1527 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said %  name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, F'lorlda. BETTY BECKER Applicant MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Vttorneya for Applicant •/10-17-24 10/1-8 Twenty Years With Leading Clubs and Hotels £o%Llo his jfoli n — his orchestra Limited engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PARR DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY at 1.129 North Bayshoro Drive, Miami, Florida, intends to register 'said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. HENRY KAPLAN MILLER & PODELL, Attorneys 2S6 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 '^miiiuumuuu nm t L ttuwtm rrtn 11, L..............ttL 1 y ,.',uvumii BBBgBIlBlHing animniiiwuia 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 1400 N.W. 8th Court. Miami, F'lorlda. intend to regikter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOE BERKOWITZ ARNOLD HL'RVITZ Owners 8/13-20-27 9/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Waldner Bag Co. (Not Inc.) 'at 127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. LEAH WALDNER Sole owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant v 20-21 9/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 108 I'once de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. LFX> A. CHAIK1N AARON WEINKLE CARL WEINKLE Applicants MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 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 SOUTH SEAS HOTFTL at 1751 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. GEORGE GOLDBERG SYLVIA GOLDBERG Applicants MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THF; CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 119007. WILLIAM JOSEPH WHYTOCK. Plaintiff, vs. MARTHA ELIZABETH WHYTOCK, Defendant. TO: MARTHA ELIZABETH WHYTOCK 416 Rosecrans Avenue Manhattan Beach, California You, MARTHA ELIZABETH WHYTOCK, are hereby notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on or before the 26th day of September, 1948, otherwise a degree pro confesso will be entered against you. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS, Solicitor for Plaintiff, S/27 9/3-10-17 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL C1BCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 118924. JOSEPH ANTHONY KLOSENSKI, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA ELIZABETH KLOSENSKI, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ANNA ELIZABETH KLOSENSKI. 171 Lockwood Avenue, Stamford, Connecticut. You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 17 day of September, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLOR1DIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florid*. 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 & LASKY Solicitors for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami SI, F'lorlda 8/20-27 9/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF:N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOLDIN'S APOTHECARY at 1633 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, F'lorlda, Intend to reg^s>-r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. WILLIAM GOLDIN JEROME GOLDIN Applicants MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/13-20-27 9/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" F'LORIDA, IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY. — N CHANCERY, No. 1189M, JEAN LAMPART. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN LAMPART, Defendant. YOU, Joll.N LAMPART. 25 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 be entered against you. DATED: August 19, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal i By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff Suite 918 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 8/20-279/3-10-17 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFJVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAD1C COUNTY. F'1-ORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118901. VELMOND BOURQUE, Plaintiff, vs. Mi.NNIF: BOURQUE, Defendant. TO: MRS. MINNIE BOURQUE 52 F'ALMOUTH STREET RUMF'ORD, MAINE YOU ARE HF:REBY required to file an Appearance or Plead in the above action for divorce on or before September 20. 1948; otherwise a Decree pro confesso will be entered .i 'alnst you In accordance with the Statutes of the State of Florida so made and provided. Dated this 17 day of August, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 8/20-27 9/3-10 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 119031-C. TRANCES G DICKER. Plaintiff, vs. HKII.MAX GLICKER, Defendant. TO: HERMAN GLICKER 14205 cherry Avenue Flushing Long Island, New Y'ork YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause on or before September 2:1. 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 F'loridian, a newspaper published iti Dad.County, F'lorlda. Dated this 24th day of August, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FR1F:DMAN Attorney at Law 102.1 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 8/27 9/3-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 21391. In Re: ESTATE OF" MORRIS RAUBF'OGEL. Deceased. To AH Creditors and Ail Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which YOU, or either of you, may have against the estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, F'lorlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 19:13 Probate Act. Date Sept. 1. A.D. 1948. ELSIE RAUBFOOBL, As Administratrix of the F'state of MORRIS RAUBFOOBL, Decessed. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for ELSIE RAUBFOGEL, Administratrix. 9/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCFUtY, NO. 119137. MARGOT STERN. Plaintiff, vs. GERHARD STERN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FIX)RIDA TO: GERHARD STERN 132-21 Avery Avenue Flushing, L. I., New York You are hereby notified ami ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 30th day of September, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, F'lorlda. DATED this 30 day of August, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 9/3-10-17-24 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBI



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JlDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1948 +Jewisti ncricffr>r> PAGE FIFTEEN Community Has Stake In Jewish Education IpEAR JEWISH COMMUNITY: Ours is a dynamic Jewish community: A new community, comparatively speaking, it has organizations and .congregations, schools and clubs of every variety, of every ideology, and of tvery relig.ous belief. It is a community in the process of growing up, in the process of finding itself. If we are to judge the guality of our community, it is necessary to examine our cultural and educational programs. I wish to write briefly of our educational work. It is encouraging to report that educational opportunities of every variety have been made available for our children from the reform on the one hand to the Yiddish and All Day School on the other hand. It is encouraging that more than 50% of Greater Miami Jewish children were found in Jewish schools in the 1947-48 school year. It is gratifying that the community, through the Miami Jewish Federation, has recognized that Jewish education is a Community task, and therefore endorses and finances the Bureau of Jewish Education. The latter is the community agency rendering a variety of educational services to all schools, youth and adult organizations, and interested in advancing the standards attained in Jewish education. Yet it is not enough! Too many children still remain unschooled! Too many Barents remain indifferent to the urgent need for giving their children a sound ewish education. Too many consider Jewish education a preparation for Bar /litzvah. Too many organizations talk glibly about Jewish content, and leave in the talking stage. We cannot and should not rest until all children are in attendance in a Jewish school. We cannot rest until youth and adult organizations take action upon their Jewish educational and cultural needs and fulfill them. Experience has shown that ignorant Jews spurn their fewishness and attempt to escape it. At this time and age, when Israel has Dnce again taken its place among the nations of the world, every Jew needs to come into his own by studying seriously his own place in the Jewish world and thrill to the romantic adventures of a people that has traversed all ages and yet lives today. We cannot afford at this time to have Jews without ludaism. The need for trained and informed leadership in Jewish communal life has never been greater than it is at the present time. We, who participate in planning for the future development and growth of our community today, through our central planning agency, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, can make the plans, but it will be the leaders of tomorrow, the youth of today, who will carry out and implement the planning we do. This V will reguire on their part a thorough understanding and | knowledge of and identification with the basic concepts and philosophies of Jewish life. It therefore appears elementary that any investment a Jewish community makes in training and educating its youth to assume responsibilities of leadership, is sound and practical. Through an organized system of Jewish education, well administered, community supervised and financed, the necessary training can be made available to those who will carry on in the future the responsibilities that we bear today. That in essence was the intent of our Federation when it helped establish the local Bureau of Jewish Education. The guality of the Jewish community and of its leadership will be directly related to the Jewish education received. A recognition of this elementary truth will strengthen Jewish education in our community. We join with other communities throughout the country in the observance of Jewish Education Month and urge the vital necessity of a Jewish education for children youth and adults. STANLEY C. MYERS, Chairman, Community Planning Committee Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Jewish education is a major instrument in the unity and continuity of Jews and hence a must in Jewish life. The whys and wherefores and the hows of yesterday, today and tomorrow should be the concern of sensitive Jews and Jewish education attempts to help us find the proper answer. Our community has created the opportunities in the form of schools, adult institutes, Jewish library, etc. They await your attention, your endorsement and your active participation in them. A. P. GANNES, Executive Director, Bureau Jewish Federation. Brief Notes On The Schools In Our Community-Register Your Children In One Of Them! EBREW ACADEMY 6th St. and Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. This institution is one year old and conducts integrated secular-Jewish program. Children illow the Dade County Board of Insturction curculum and receive a Jewish education. Hours :30-3:30. Housed in excellent quarters, it has indergarten to grade 5, inclusive. It aims to be regressive in educational approach to secular rid Jewish educat on. Bus transportation to and om Miami and Miami Beach is provided. ORKMEN'S CIRCLE SCHOOL At 1545 S.W. 3rd St. For those interested in giving their children Yiddish education, this is the only school of its nd in the Greater Miami area. Its aims are to the boy and girl a spoken and written owledge cf the Yiddish language and literature. includes B ble stories, Jewish history, and (in e later grades) Hebrew. The school is affiliated B.J.E. I ORTHODOX SCHOOLS Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave., Miami ach; Miami Jewish Orthodox, S.W. 17th Ave. S.W. 6th St., Miami; Miami Hebrew, S.W. 2th Ave. and S.W. 11th St., Miami. These congregations aim to give their chilen a traditional Jewish education. The Beth cob congregation conducts a 5-days-a-week Heew school. Up to the age of eight, children may tend Sunday School. All children above this %  are required to attend the other days in the eek. Junior congregation. The school is affiliated ith the BJE. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has new attractive, spacious, and airy building. A inday School in addition to a four-day Hebrew nool will be conducted this year. Its program 1 be traditional in content and progressive in Bj. Conducts Junior congregation. Branch of brew High School sponsored by the BJE. It is hated with the BJE. The Miami Hebrew School has a new builds' Its program is Orthodox in form and content. &f wot" unior congregation. It is not affiliated %  BJE. pday School tandards May, 1948, the BJE and the bbinieal Association adopted a of standards for the Sunday "ools in Greater Miami. These -lude: length of school year, re"rements for confirmation, unim examinations, salary scales ,r teachers. Parents' attention is PeciaUy called to the requiren t that to be eligible for cona "on a student must have a 1 of four years Sunday School ng, the last two years of lc h must be consecutive in the 001 confirming. the leaders of tomrrow, toe youth of today THE CONSERVATIVE SCHOOLS Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami; Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., M.B. These institutions conduct a 4-day-a-week Hebrew School in addition to the Sunday School. Both have adeguate facilities for their children. Both have educational directors. The Hebrew school program is akin to the program in the Orthodox Schools. Conduct Junior Congregations. Also High School for Jewish studies. Beth David conducts special classes for children living at a distance from the school. Bus transportation is provided two times weekly. Branches of Hebrew High School sponsored by BJE housed at Beth David and MBJC. Both institutions affiliated with BJE. Each has the beginnings of good library. Also PTA, REFORM SCHOOLS Terrible Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami; Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Temple Israel conducts a Sunday School only. Employs professional supt. Its facilities are excellent, and the school has a fine library. From Kindergarten to Confirmation. Hebrew is included in the curriculum. It is affiliated with BJE. Temple Isaiah is a new institution and will serve the North Beach area. The rabbi hopes to establish a school in keeping with the standards of the BJE and hopes to have the institution affiliated with the BJE. LIBERAL SCHOOLS Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. This Congregation conducts a Sunday School plus 3-day-a-week Hebrew School. Employs professional educational director. It has fine facilities and an excellent library. Bus transportation is provided for children living at a distance from the school. Affiliated with BJE. UNITED JEWISH SCHOOL OF MIAMI (Coral Gables, West Miami and FlaglerGranada.) Meeting at the University of Miami old building. North Campus. Under direct supervision of BJE. Will adhere to stands of BJE and will affiliate with BJE as soon as feasible. JEWISH LIBRARY OF GREATER MIAMI In Bureau of Jewish Education. A library is symbolic of culture and education. Some 2000 volumes on every conceivable Jewish subject have been collected. The library includes films and record albums and periodicals. Housed in 318-319 Congress Building, the library and its reading room are open Monday-Friday, 9-5 P.M. Books may be borrowed. The public is invited to take advantage of this cultural opportunity HEBREW AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI The Adult Division of the U. of M. announces that two courses in Hebrew will be given by A. P. Gannes this fall: Hebrew A101 for beginners and Hebrew A102 for those who have some knowledge of the language, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. It will be taught as a modern, spoken language. Registration will take place in the Administration Bldg., Sept. 28, 29, 30, Oct. 1 (7-9 P.M.). HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL Secondary education is gaining ground slowly. Established two years ago by the BJE, the Hebrew High School will have more than 20 students meeting in three places: MJOC, Beth David and MBJC. Students study advanced Hebrew, Bible, Mishneh, and related subjects. For information, call 3-5858. In SCHOOL DIRECTORY Rei" Miami T yP € Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Cons. Miami Hebrew, S.W. 12th Ave. and S.W. 11th St. Orth. Miami Jewish Orth., S.W. 17 Ave. and S.W. 6 St. Orth. Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. United Jewish School, University of Miami Workmen's Circle, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Hebrew Academy, 6th St. and Jefferson Ave. Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave. M. B. Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave. Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave. Area Serving S.W. and N.W. S.W. S.W. All sections Affiliated with BJE Yes No Yes Yes C.G., W.M., Flagler-Granada Yes Yiddish All ections All-Day All sections Orth. Cons. Liberal Reform S. Beach Central Beach North Beach North Beach Yes Yes Yes Yes New sch^~' Bar Mitzvah Ruling Unfortunately there are many parents who do not remember their spiritual and religious responsibilties until their boy is 12 or 12 M>. They bring the boy into the school or obtain a private teacher to prepare him for Bar Mitzvah. The ceremony becomes (Continued on Page 14) This message was prepared in its entirety bv v Bureau of Jewish Edu-<-*' n asa r"b\ic tervi<-p on '• ", M catiaa T >ni. • i



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itdli&\wiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun VOLUME 21—NUMBER 36 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Shertok And Bernadotte To Meet; Israel Now Drafting Constitution Eban Outlines Future Israel Policy At UN. TEL AVIV, (JTA)—U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte and Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok will meet here this week, it is learned. Bernadotte is expected to arrive at the Haifa headquarters of the U.N. from Amman, Transjordan. Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative to the U.N., this week told a press conference that the U.N. will b e failing in its duty if it does not exercise the maximum of pressure of the Arab states to meet with the Jews in peace negotiations. Outlining the policy Israel will follow at the Paris meeting of the General Assembly. Eban assailed the indefinite continuance of the truce as "intolerable," asserting that the "war is in progress mitigated only to the extent that the firing has been cut down." Declaring that the "best way to end the truce is by direct ArabJewish negotiations," Eban asserted that the U.N. must force the Arabs to enter such negotiations since they have shown themselves to be reluctant to do so. He added that "those who think that the truce can continue indefinitely and do not take action to replace it by a permanent peace" lack realism. Eban told the conference that Israeli's bid for membership in the U.N. has the pledged support of the United States. He said that if Sir Alexander Cadogan, British chairman of the Security Council, at which the application will first be considered, does not invite the state of Israel directly but uses a "euphemistic" device, Israel will not attend the Council sessions. He also denounced the American refusal to permit displaced Jews of military age to leave Germany for Israel and Britain's detention of refugee immigrants on Cyprus as violations of the truce. Arieh Altman, head of the Palestine Revisionist Party, which is meeting here this week, called on Shertok not to meet with Bernadotte. It is expected that the conference will adopt a resolution backing Altman's call. Meir Grossman, head of the American Revisionists, said that in the future the right-wing movement will devote itself to constructive work in the fields of economics and the establishment of settlements. The World Revisionist Convention opens here this week. Congressman Andrew Somers of New York and Prof. Harper V. Fowler of the American League for a Free Palestine narrowly escaped death this week when an Arab mortar shell exploded near a jeep in which they are touring the country. Somers later told a Press conference that Israel, needs not a $100,000,000 loan (Continued on Page 16) Jews Reteasetl PARIS, (JTA) — Fourteen French Jews who were detained in Egypt as a result of the antiJewish feelings there, have been released this week, according to reliable reports reaching here. The release followed representations by the French government. World Zionist Executive Elected; Cabinet Eliminated TEL AVIV, Sept. 3. (JTA)—The Zionist Actions Committee concluded its session today with the election of a new World Zionist Executive from which all members of the Israeli Cabinet were eliminated except Eliezer Kaplan who was given a seat without a portfolio. Prior to the election of the new executive, it was officially announced to the delegates that David Ben Burion, Moshe Shertok, Goldie Meirson, Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, Rabbi Judah L. Fischman and Moshe Shapiro—all members of the Israeli Cabinet—had given up their seats on the executive. They have been replaced bv Dr. Israel Goldstein, General Zionist; Levi Shkolnik, Laborite; Baruch Zuckerman, Laborite; Zerubawel, United Workers Party; Zvi Lurie, United Workers Party and Itzhak Werfel, Mizrachi Labor. Yehuda Gravinsky of the United Workers Party and Dr. I. Schechtman of the Revisionists were elected deputy members. Leon Gelman of the Mizrachi was chosen as an advisor. The new executive, which now includes representatives of the United Workers Party and the Revisionists, will be divided into three branches. The American branch will be composed Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Hayim Greenberg, Zuckerman, Lurie. Mrs. Rose Halpern and Eliahu Stone. Dr. Schechtman will act as deputy member in the American U.S. To Relax Ban On Emigration of Jews M SSSSLi